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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: July 26, 1849
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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YLETE1NhUil, FLORIDA: z. -From tht Jtepublic.:, : tureof Missouri to.the,sources:bf, authontv 1iwz1tinkis\ ; U;S.-Senator! Widi !.b\ttJ1 i..C.tu 9u !11;lldslca --T.> WH "; t t

-. :ii t: JlFE ) N.CE.: C.fltionof.th.flarnburners. and L he.people themselvesThomas'HBen.ton'taslalceh .,' instructions .=" 'tatet.1hata. vesse1. oat a iecirctb.ribrnctioosto.' ib: .
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:1\:4 14ifc4 b.14idTntUeib. following regulations mittee .with the '. EUKtttstpis tp
deemJpedectJy 1'toDfistent lLeCoDi: 8e, wbenit.: ; suits his ; I, "
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tnn adopt |c*r&i* government o{said Institution informed ita rer.tat Mr'VA right.of!instruction and tha boldnesa and 'inelinatio'n.'t J '; voyagers the greater part were musicians the operation fa loss Acts of Congress-Concerning
I'TbeeboJt1c year to consist of one term, BVREN had.become Cfa''n : : venience make it.' Hsaysv < There were ten.ihoriatenr thee: players of tonnIaty SDanish. .Vessels'"
abihty.witb-wblcb .Olt' ,
.f tea ssj6fcdose. .'the"first Thursday Ifeeemberof hallowed combination!! and.of a-"disgusUng and the he,has"vindicated thetrueprinciplesof in'a: tone of defiance,, having just secured.his the cornet a-pistonvone.flati t two, violinceUiits and certain jyiyMfcjes: accorded by toe: Span
Constitution and the '
.. ** ;' coalition" between the '"Liberty men and sacred ;-, : le-electioti.tOithe.. Senate,,for'';six ,) one clarionet and rone, trombone. Uh vernuAmerican ,VesseU eot ring -

:' Barnburners to."gratify'his ambition interest'of.bumanityi give him a new .rs,' ; ,10 '.-. : Very shortly.anothervessel cwill"'sail'with and .
.J : OT TUITION te. 'o title to the confidence and:.affections of, the fj" "Jt elea jfoj Cuban(ports.ingf.Ctoban .'_ The'pdS ,
J; S satiate his ."The Democrats oft 'i"Thei Legislature assailed accused eeeoad. baity .the whole '
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,000000o t.! Thg'wrtIflK and arithmetic, ivenj. Arnericanpeopie.. Inurjust admiration of ges'te &s I: .S ;V
itr term' with English ," Ticted and.(as, they thought) executed rme, 'will: consist, '-of ,musicians and acton. 'pay.
.> 8l 6 Vjtee above grammar Stt' sd'tejUnia this great service to his country,and to mankind .. -, K |lI:ballatt oa dary\,
2O aboveJith the higher motive in"my'absence, behind back;and .; .1: .
American ;
aad gtorrabhy. f aVeevel7 tatanimat' we almost forget the differences of opin mjr upon 14 ooauentenng'! with s, aago.of
ranches oaijUah education; embracing natwsi minded and ) a false'charge/givingiae :
indomitble cst ion.whi "'vet::eiist between no opportunity .::Brevet CoIo !'MtnrKos of snydescrip 1M exempted from tonnage
mtatij andtj moral philosophy rhetoric;lobotan out thesefactious.Barnbumers' who would : usj we quite defend mleeIf-topleador: the'Artillerr! ;
ale r,1' ehtttistryriceoloor,*,book-keeping, forget the ill-timed visit of 1848 to:lour State I dence The felon tooflmy5evi. andBreyet Colonel,Ciukirsf. May'(says duties* ifmolasses. ; tail backcirgaejpf..
Union their These would.hav been entitled
poUUeil the above,'with la- sacrifice to passions. \ the : ., .Itrcnlarsajs: : .A ,
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and oonomy and .New-rork' Sun :
t city;and we tender him, with o hearty ; ,) left New'York last
tia; FrenohC Grek algebra geometry, mensura- men are than'Whigs. They. are.not '"God speed" the Hshrhahd of toa trial -to be.heard:ly-1 himself and hu Wednesday, with recruits S L ,TheSpanish .. )>l;1832 and ,1834 "reqauv
lion, Ice., (836Stnusio( on piano, 'extra $40; only opposed the Administration, but theyare .1''I' fellowship. witnesses. But not so have'Tbeeni treated for dragoon suffisienl ming from .ia thelsiaruin'of
drawing an4p44ing,'extra, 1251118' of piano,, building a.northern -fatal, as THONXLBLEECICER. Nothing would satisfy,the aspirants in' the two companies, en route for Santa 5Fewhither any port
per, term, { 1; .ftp wood, per term, $1.. One half up. party Chairman.' Col.,"MosttOB l is'ordered' to 'assume jftr Porto Rico,to pay.inthe14 -
the tuiU!9ito; 4-paid In advance the. other half it may prove, to the Union..itsel.to5attain' CxAai.tsJ1Bessniij-) ,, ( Legislature but a:"bUl of attainder".against command of:that district of'country. ports,of the? Ji States the .same rate eot

tk.firtt of 3uly.J: I their miserable obje ts." xcrearzer5 me, hurried!through in my absence,'and without -.-S .'-: -i *. duty on ;to1 :that shall be.leyi.d..onAmerican .
,RoUJtT.A/AD.uu .
,,I 11.J. "It is amusing, ,as .well/as disgusting:," j ; any. notice on.my part I hive nothing The North Carolina Standard.uses up M?. y' '&t.the pon'iusaia1inda

'*0Arr. \ 07 INSTRUCTION. says the' Union of the same date, "to' see the A, We annex the comints- of" that. "old Federal more to fear from their baseness of t '/hope Thomas from when $-Spanish vessels snail hare

Mr.WHJ art! Hunt,principal of male depart- fanatic JOSHUA LXAVTTT congratulate the paper," the PoSt' ttfta their justice,or,magnanimity;.They Caute/Reynolds most summarily-: lstdete4jj. likewise sack''further ton-

ment; Rei. GIf A. MaUett assistant of maledepaztmenfl Abolitionists upon the Union of VAN BUN Prospectsof*V IOD. T. neither. could.nor;:can'go'farther, .either ,in a long.editorial, obviously;!'furaisned by.the nage ,dntyjiia1t W"equtMQtto.tha
of
ftmal depsti4t IMf;R.Miss H.Mary Lnekey Ana, :principal Potter asaM and ADAMS." The'attention;of our read riii i invited .to their own,disgrace, ,or-injustice: .to me." American minister :at Ma4ri4 :Mr.;>;SAPs-, amount of dtiiaUngdutythatou1&

1 alstaat of fe department. Board may be obivaw So again, a. few days aftrS tIiUnion a series resolutions presented to the Democratic -' S They first;stab sue in the back and then. nias.Itia :shown very clearly that (this have, beeni$1o a tIie:,cargoes imported

tuned in p f&millelln the Tillage washing said, "The, influence is General Committee last evening by the ask..me toTuf handleTe1irniT elf!-Haa the' t -aUiL-fiaa betrayed like the:Ii1t1 in the same;| '< sMa I'respectively,if th smma
sad HgbtencSuI: from 8 to 10 dollars per said to have turned the scale in favor of the Hon. Benjamin FrButlerand unanimously request been"made before the treacherous of !had been es& t tlraa njepo1rtorMajan '
month. T s Bfrd of Trustees havl, in course private .confidence and' public, duty: Jt
and cowardly thrust ,I should inAmeiicaiujq1oms. It consequent/
erection wobrtck houses with two in New York apostate. GiDDiNGs'and'B.. F. adopted. They indicate a very prop r dis- -.was given, -
J ; rooms ; ;
each, large aad!obmmodious, and will be able toseoommoda4s BUTLER are said to have wrung each other's position on the part of 'the'most.. prominintmembers have at once complied with it, as a matterof was Mr..Sannders'a intention to. select 'Mr. lows that wrq[tonnage, duty discrim-

;*df mfortably, 150 students. The hand the public platform, m the presence of the Democratic party in this City duty; as well'as of pleasure. :'But not so Rodman, of N. O,:to,the office of' Secretary mating duty pii cargoes of Americaa yes-

houses will p.CAnpltted by the lit day February multitude, it that theywould to let by-gones be by-gones,and to renew our now. Until the insult is withdrawn,'I shall of Legation, but it was' fnconslstent' for,him i eels enterin4 'departing'frumpontsorplaces
asxt. The Ffe(,.: Institute is under the control untl seme r
ere innllected
consult d
wrench from their old my own 'feelings and honor rand of Cuba is imposedand:
political association the -
of the of the M.E church a provided principies to the time. The
Standard
F.1oril\&ponferenO accept sums .
those of the friends who stand to thr SpanISh .vessels
onth, and.xsatfei' one half mile from Thomas- sockets." of federal policy, which lie at the base of by me, as eoming-
the the time, place and manner,T when, where, up' the!whole story insiegard.to Mr. Rep frosuchp4r4paces are to be similarly
?in., Ga. Front the proverbial healthiness of the Having thus prepared way by givinJ the free-so organization in this State, are to

place. and\ A* well Known ability and snccesss the Union own account of the "disgusting sustain the"new structure. There will bean and how I shall reply to the indignity.. nolds'.' appointment as follows : treated as rebzstonnae: dutyin theport5softheUnitedes. .
as experiend teachers, of the Board of Instraoect The people of Wisconsin, and especiallythe .. -
coalition" of the Barnburners and opposition to such union in 'In die meantTme.Mr. ,
sel 4 the Trustees to share l- a ; one ;or two Reyholds bad been "
tion (by we hope te
tionists for the of from masses'of the Democratic party,will one recommended and The coUeiiof customs are therefore
hd.'become
liberal pal no lage from abroad. purpose building up a quarters, emanating, howeyer, men so anxiouson '
'II '. northern on the "most mischievous" of whose political 'consequence depends 'upon I day see and learn'that they have been shamefully the subject as to propose to Gen: Saunders i instructed t from the exaction of any
H. W. :311 'pS ct | P. P. SMITH. ,Pres. )imposed.Upon by a band 9f place seekers ,'tonnage dn IJ. Spanish-vessels oming
.-I all distinctions in a confederacy of Sttes"and perpetuating present division, or whose. engagements before the receipt of Mr.:Rodman's answer,
t I f .riiUtD or TRUSTEES. after having exhibited, in the .striking to our political(antagonists bind in regard' to" my effort to extend.over that if he would confer theplace"on him he from ports or : m the Island of Cuba

delineation of a BENJAMIN F. them to prevent any reunion which might California some kind of law, 'by whiCh it would resign at'the :expiration of"twelve in ballast or1lad nwithd.rgoes'of'molasses

Ri.1 SMITH, President. BUTLER and JOSHA mtr-penci. ,wringingeach lead to the.defeat of the Whig party in the might be saved -to our government,' its peo months,:.should his friend then desire the.sit taken i ii( '.eiherofsadportjbiircargoes

R .. SHARPE, Sect. other's hand until it would seem "that State this fall. pie protected, and that prevented, which !is nation., ThIS offer Gen Saurideri very gen of cmustb: suDJectecj to.t5ete

WsJ j BONDER, Esq.. Treas. they would wrench each'other's arms from The General Committee recommend;.h no always seriously threatened-the establish erously declined, as' he. was 'unwillins :to duties levied, iJ3 article by the tari1r'it.
Itzj 1)f.'H. L UCltEY.Y'iV. ment. of a government, on the Pacific 'coast, of 30th JuIy,9! 'together. with the addi-
I' : the socket," on the Buffalo, Platform-we specific course for the future; upon the place the Secretary in so humiliating a posi ; :
Rz1 GRIFFIN. would respectfully ask the attention of the ground that they have:no power to leave the independant of and'hostile to that of the tion. The result was1 the :appointment tioQal duty .iked by, the nth section of

1tx. G. A. MALLETT.r Union to another wringing of hands betweenthe track which has been already' marked out. United States?* They will also; learn that Mr.:Reynolds.: : joined Gen.Saunders'at the tariff act ,10th,.. '., August 1842., .

Br }*AL.,: POTTER.lAMEsJ&RKSEY same Mr. BENJAMIN F.BUTLER and Mr. They intimate, however, that the people may this imposition been mainly practised by Boston, accompanied him on' the route, and A NEW Ictk; rCrrare Stones' < Jif.o .

Esq.CaWi ,. ANTHONY J. BLEECKER,the chairman of the take the matter into their own hands and'de- men who never could, or never tried to see was treated by him with verydCgreO' of nwk--The .ia j: 'telfa JOT the following .
x. BIRD, Sen. ; any other merit in principle or 'measure than andaen. 'Sauhders &: Transcript ; -
Democratic Republican Committee ot the city e'rmine'upon"at1y"new-pt of 'Operation courtesy; received from '
'na'those
of New York Hall assembled. which-the that whi constituted it a hobby, on which'l'' him the warmest his thanks : persCTcring;; spirits
.TheIIchp1wiIl' open the first Monday InF.brssry.1 i Tammany present position -parties seems 'expressions' called Yankeeresidenton'thhand"bfNantucket !

IIlr 1 What says the Uni to this combinationand I to advise. In the absence of any such extra to produce excitement.selfish:and for the ends and for,having given him his place, 'as'well'as bew* fully persuaded,that the
their ;
coalition? Is and disgusting ordinary movement, they recommend a strict own 'corrupt ; every.assurance of fidelity and service. And fever", would ,|*tn depopulate the'.place,
which would .sacrifice
BRITISH PERIODICAL LITEBATURE. -or is it saved from being s because its adherence to' the recommendation of the who to accomplish .1 yet, as it noW'appears, his very first act was has put his .aw;)c of marble and; '1 te' 'on.
other interest how dear
to -
soever our
1.1: avowed object is to 'break down PresidentTAYLOR Legislature and to the action of the State every to treasure up a private conversation whichhe ;
TALVASUSutari P TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS! country and pe pJe! :. f *. '* 'I am indifferent overhear board a schopi$cjIDoand: for the gold;region;
be and which he
held happened to
e" rum because he is a "Southern slaveholder conventiqn to at Syracuse in September alike the falsehood malice 'of now" I and stones wjtif Ji were; intended for,some
to or envious
while the low! ?" We from the VIPER of the perverts and grossly misrepresents.. I
Jeir/ti, terms are copy J' or hireling assailants and calumniators.Nor of the old in4bints, beginning,"Sacred, to ,
I Jt.r Post: ,Mr..Benton's course is appropriately This article explains one other diplomatic '
very his brOther
Evening the
memory 4lpnd-"erected -
i do I that should,withhold : by
I U.I': At a meeting of the Democratic Republican noticed, and the views taken of by..the request you incident 'which may be of' interest to our ," &c., ictually.been. shipped from .
OF this letter from the if :have '
ftEVBLICATION Committee of the city and county of New committee, 'we presume,'. will be generally public, you any readers. that once pO's Iskad'to mark,the but '
desire it and should the j
THE .$N QUARTERLY REVIEW: York, held at their he-uarter corner of acceptable to the Democratic party througout communications to publish to which allude.publish It has been asked what was the "unofficialstep resting place,) hany of its' inhabitants inthe
THI : REVIEW and 18th the northern States you taken by:Mr. Saunders, most unneceSSarily
) ,
I4NURGH Broadway Lispenard 8t. I Your friend and obedient serv't, Dorado o9in present time, Whit 1ill
THE BRITISH REVIEW B. F. BUTIER from the Committee at the very juncture sf Sir Henry Bal- :;
I oPi; 1849, Mr. I. .WALKER. be the next of speculation!
THE T1V1..STER REVIEW, previously appointed for that purpose, HIGH AND Low CLASSES.-The followingis S wer's expulsion from Spain,. so eminently 1 ::

I H l!! AND reported the following resolutions, .which, from the Philadelphia Ledger : NATIVITY or THE Ciioz.zat SenuDs.In .- calculated deeply to offend the Spanish Government '.Tm.G' ,; >f1 G- Vio417zeContinental

WCO; ,,1 f.'. EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.1 1Bu after consideration, were unanimously adopted "A high and low class" certainly exist all the cities, seriously afflicted with this and threatened such'serious conse pa .'grve yanous; accounts,of

If ttf ,and ordered to be signed by the chairmanatid in all cities. But who constitutes the high terrible disease (says the Baltimore Sun) quences"-and which lost the American. the victory ofjittrians HungananSOTel..theADA-
i secretaries and in the the born are'by far the Minister the honor of dining with"GenNar.vares
: published EveningPost class? Why the orderly'the sober.the'quiet foreign population I
!''periodicals in New like' Cincinnati : ? The public will learn with:deep indignation and Rui. : '.The. .'NewYorfc'ns \ -
Irks a. e are reprinted and the Globe, and New Yorker Democrat the law-loving and the peace-preserving citizens greatest sufferers. 'Iii New-Yorks I -' '1
York 1m iiaiely on their arrival by the British( without'reference to' rich or poorr- and St. ,Louis, at least two-thirds of that "the step" here referred to bUM translatf. t 11 account from the Kolnucheaso4erate.

steamers, andire' fc'lieautiful:; !liaithful copies clear type of ,the on fine originals white 1. Rv That the S sweeping and'indis Were it otherwise, society could not, hang the unfortunate victims are of that .'class.- was the fact of our Minister having given'protection Ztitung, a. eof .paper;'of th !''st

paper B1ae ood V Magaiine being an exact fac-simile of the power of removal, together for an'hour. Who constitute the A list of the names of those who died of to an officer of high ranldn' the June,It sf o"p a
-S
.f the Edfcbntgh edition. They ,mbraee the by the present Exetv verifies the low class" but,the law-breakers, t e"J1 ace. cholera in New-York one week; as published Spanish 'Army, who unfortunately- ,.as "t.' from
views of thi three great parties in England-To remark of dear indignant" disturbers, the riotous the brawling inebriates by the Sun .shows the following .result he feared,involved himself in an insurrectionary' '"The tos' biveto-Iayrecety d-

FT WhIgIn4tR&Jical.! "Blackwood" and the sage Roman consul,quoted by President Harrison, and incorrigible loafers]- Net 'hepoor'for : '*.', ".* ., .; ,-. i. ,outbreak which. had taken1:'place* in, thjceie of k U extremely' 'faT rabJe 1for
'London Ouirterly" are Tory; the"Edinburgh Massachusetts' \I drld. To this serious ch of having the cause of I di vlagyars.; ",The:rteat battle
I Iin'b Natives of New York, 72 : rge
&em" fhyf Id the !WeaQlltDlter"ReYiew" i 'Junasaig.traUs observable there'are at least as 'many'poor'amougthobvrquiaportouofhs ;
RadicaL fl'bp ?North British Renew"is mores Tjfficesp-of: g Jlhode..Island,.;|..Connecticut, ,4;' New-? given the asylum, Gen. Saunders pleads gnil- wh chwebefi I.ojeetured would take place

eta relief $ Baracter, having been originally' power and trust before and after obtainingthem community, as rich. The distinction of Jersey, 12; 1'ennsyIVnTaZDea'rfr; i y .Knt.m t tolha tronT( ( infomrvraa Otjh tex"Secretary fa on the'14th 4. $ith of JuniiiearHochetriss.
and show thevalue wToe now carat*$
edited by jr.(Chalmers; and now, since his death instance of "violated Virginia 1 Georgia, 1; Ohio,':l-to!l natives ; to, have'reaChedd.f4
and that this number'of.-
belnOon4et* by his son-in-law, !Dr. Hanna, ; new "high and low, in classes when properly ; Natives of attached to his statements,'we have it in our place and thi4 ?A.. eters

]Sir David Bre water.! literary confidence1' is in nowise excusd however defined, involves no invidious sarcasm or i- of the United States,: 96. to what:"we are sure.our readers !Vienna. and .all agree. .as tothe'
Scotland 5 say .
j Khft very highest order. it may be accounted for, that the minions degradation on the poor. Wto England, .10; Ireland, .138; Poland, ; power will be .happy: to learn, that.Gen. Narvaezwas .followiii. .cu1a.rS- t ?

UIOCia.tedWQ1 Hero, who never surrendered to a Mexican constitute the police The poor. Wlo %Wales 3; France, 8; Germany' 28j; at the time of the officer's being "I 'Onthemctabongthe of June J4th,there began,

;l TBSCEIBED FOR EARLY.) commander, is now a prisoner at discretion, make up the ranks of the militia The poor. Ij; Denmark, 1; Portugal, 2; nativity. un: under apprised the protection of the American Eagle, wbJ 15 line, on ;the..nigbt"bank, of

S ,For any tm. >f-the. ,4 reviews, $3 per annum; in the hands'oi"an. ultra-Whig"cabinet. If the Sheriff calls out his possee commitatus, known, 17"whole total, 311. .' and that being an officer of twenty years acquaintance the'Danube.Nensiedla.- n Wieselburg to thejske of
half the ,
,for any two, fl-rpidoUars; for any three seven dollars -' fc. That, after the experience referred who obeys the'call Not the 'rich but the But a little mor, too, than aggregate whose' blood he did not desire f&batde between tfetf.&thiesof
foJl Of the reviews, dollars for -esve last week of : ,
fbr al eight deaths in New-York
; 702 ,
BIsckwoo4a ;agasine, three dollars; for Blackwood t foregoing resolution, it poor. Who" fight the.battles,of the country born in this coun- to shed, he secretly rejoiced! that he was likely the R >. t-and Austrian there encamped -
and thre* reviews nine dollars; for Black- be idle to expect that, in matr of.national in Wart The poor/ ,Who'produceproptrty -: all diseases were,persons to,escape. .He did escape into France andtheM M-arp.. The struggle was.distinguished

wood and the jfw reviews, ten dollars per annum. policy, the Executive wi venture to oppose ,and then protect it i ; but the poor! We I of mainly'through .the 'aid of the American bifwhekrd of fury OQ both dlasted ,
chief
the schemes of his advisers classes the idle and the industrious fn the West, it ig'Saia the cause 'and
; have but two ,
Paymei its id'bt made in all casts in advance. "ltr-Whs the Irish and Minister, and uponthe application of Gen. 64iawithout'interruption,
: and that it therefore Dmor- ; and the latter only discharge all the duties this 'dreadful'mortality among, Sounders this gallant officer, since.been ended with uel;{tjrw.st. complete defeat of the
I tli1: 1 has been the imprudentuse
: ;!! 'Jl MI1IS. cy of the Union to be vigilant and of goodcitizens.COLUMBVS German of population amount of vegetables,,'.which pardoned \and what is more Gen;'Narvaez, Inperial ar4iee-: Ttcenty-tkree'. thousand
the maintenance of their a vast thousand
Consisting of back volumes of the following raluabl principles. in his answer his great satisfaction Austrians auan1ande1ght[
works'Tifc Bentley's Miscellany; the Me- 3. Resolved, That President Taylor,'by allowing in Georgia, has same..twelve they are seen to carry in greater 'abundancethan in thus responding) expresses to the humane exertions Hungarians. !.dead on.the ..battiefieid.The1mperis4'iO5t .-
It is
tropolltBMafMine; the Dublin University Ma- his name and influence to be used manufacturing establishments, with a capital any others from the markets only, of the Min ster. For.this act of bininanity -, ,their'whole :'artillery,

rasine; Ulckpc'ed's. Magazine; the London Westminster ,the for the benefit of the slave power, at the of.about$400,000, and a flour mill.is! ; abottt then, by the'warning theconsequences'of Saunders. has the' 'consolationof and turnin tiVfM"disarray, fled:,in the direction
LdlaburJtb Foreign Quarterly,and the that can Gen.
of the late "session of .has going with a capital of$100,000. There such indulgences reaching all, we followed by :tbe hotly
up of of
ReVie f&' Any one imbscribingto Black- dos Congres having received the heartfelt hank f infia,
>
wood.orv to i jOn*; of.the Reviews, at 3 dollars ayear not only violated the spirit of pledge not are several cotton mills, an iron foundry, ,a expect to see them.'become'..equally. '* '" exempt, the amiable wife and children of.this officer pursuing Mgr hussars., ,0ntne" ''Hangarian -

or to ut" two of the. periodicals at 5 dollars, to interfere with the action.of Congressbut cotton' gin factory manufacturing about 18 with, others. -, and feel sure man, woman, and side GepArtfcur Gorgey and Gen.Gay-

will receive above, gratis Mined., ORE A volume subscriber of any to of the three premiums I by threatening, through his ofcia-organ," to gina week, a"wool company,&c.; and as:'a 'Mr..Clay ttequested to ftesl n.. child we in. this wide spreadRepublic every will unite_ on command;! that Imperial forces were. led

.f the periodicals C* 7 dollars year, or any to the 4 visit"Free-soil. party" indignabt natural consequence of: all this,-the .town At 'a.ne ti g of the :citizens" Trimble! in. ,t4i- %,tender* of.tnants*,.. save.oniv*. .*.1*' !, by LL FteldWsnkal. riaynatt. and the -

reviews at 8 do Oars, will receive TWO premium frown, in case they do what southern. is.:one"of.. the best off in. the State' or coun.r OuntyKr1'0.th6.1 9th May, in"the town ,Thomas Caute Reynolds. ? ... maD r Gen4i. ";, '": _.\.. 55 .

vdttnmM awnr*) A subscriber to Blackwood 1 members of Congres have done without incurring fry.S. of Bedford,'resolutions:were .adopted/ declaring \VVe think MrrT.C. R.; should change his ;" kjravie .taken:from;A'J tter
ndfhree'revltwi, at 9 dollars a year, or to the such frowns abundantly of from .Vienna andanothere4'
any h the'.emancipation doctrines Henry name.now from .Thomas Caute .Reynolds to. which has j4eached; lbs
rvitwsi ) at 10 dollars, will
4 THKU:aci Srealium volumes. ream shown that the cause of fredom the now The "EVENING POST" has an article on Clay violative of the constitution Kentucky; Thomas Reynolds.CAUGHT.. &shovrfl'tts'; : from::. greatbainghoi4f

1 I 1,- free territories of New,Mexic California Mr. Calhoun's letter to the citizens of Memphis. and calculateo"td1nju7etne wmdMotrof the' ihe same:'city, almost yer-

PZ as .particular works in naming theprtmi'itmsdtnna has nothing t hope, but much to fear, Mr:Calhoun tells the people these, slavesby corrupting them, :It\;was there, : IxPoJlTi' i DECISION.-4lUChiflteTOSt' was batim to tjjJ3inO purport: Our regu1arVieuna

;:3tfw: M8CT1bcdJor.ocr from the present nationa Administration.; that as regards the construction of railroad .:, : ''. ". created'some time'ago by the arrest of Mr.. .lent, as well as our eorres- 5

\''. i 1 Ji, Hl 'CLl1BBING. 4. Resjtved. That protect this great .in- to bur possessions on the Pacific,. 'he is not fore"Resoio ,-
four copipJ'Of; any or all of the above works terest, and to.ensure, in 'a sure that the inhabitants of those'** territoriesare fit instrument to carry put..the,wishes and county;in this state, for givingfoo&and assistance '''I'have recetf fifatters up to the. 16th, tin us

wffl be settle ope address.on payment of the reg- sound administration of otheresyct is going to prohibit slavery there and if defend the rights of the good people of this to'a family of'fugitive slaves,1 which.' no news wbat ez.m' 'relation to,this important -

.w nbl eta for three-Hho fourth copy beinggratis. indispensable that there should be a'reunionof they do,' he thinks it is not worth while for Commonwealth in the Senate of the' United were, brought from "Maryland or 'Virginia, battle pt! .that on thei4ththicOatnnons -

F-rj jjj ifc ] "' the Democratic i party on the great princi- the south to spend money on a' road'which' States and therefore, as the first act of.: the and left on his premises The'owner'of the thapdM fof cannon was heard in the
*., J.bill be given vhere the above 11n the will make a new ,place accessible the suit and gained in'one of the of and that the' of a
mllcwflcti, }* -ary ease be famished unless the :subscription ispaid Declaration of Independence;; and'set',for f slaves to run.away., to. The.' Post con' Henry. Clay> should be formerly requested inferior courts, a verdict against Mr. Kauff- great defeiHof* Imperialists circula-

puolithers. without recourse to in the inaugural adres' 'its author,r ad tiauesi- seat in the Senate of the-United i i man of$2000.',. An,appeal was taken to the ting at Vie W.$" We must howeverrsay in

Jl./vlJ'U'Af: we hail, :One would have supposed that the 'utility toS.ign..his., .' .' ,i Supreme'Court and on 'Mondarlastafter a regard to thws diat for some time past all our

.l 'I-J t .COMES. tat beginnings of this reunion in the measures of a'road to the Pacific Ocean,* was .as ". _- Broke oral1. '', full argument, .Judge. Coulter delivered, an letters from jfttsburg have'been opened, and
Wisconsin Vermont'' domestic1'institutions ;as ? opinion reversing the 'decision of the'lower when xjntalned'news''unfavorable: to
\ate'lLL' inent lately taken-in independent the they
with the nritish"publishers a .An ou break--w madeit i the Workhouse'yesterdal'betweefl the that if was.a :matter: "For this reason -
-S .fBJa.ekw-\[>l.gaiine secures to nX early sheets several other States: of the religion it might'find. ther;;:that our and'three o'clock inthe'afternoofrwhieh'reSUlted court'on ground ; the Imperial irtisse suppressed,
have observed, with interested in having such ; two which did not belong to' State jurisdiction, : our ipondent-writeswith.all possible
of that w tk) fby. which we shall be able to place 5.'ResolvedTha.l we whole countrywas i in the
the entirejBtinsbfer in tho hands of subscribers be- pleasure, various indications,.through[the a mediurnof. conveyance,' whether it :was escape but should have,been brought in one of..thefederal cautio a id:for the1. most part forwards ,

'fore*ny pocti4i- it can be reprinted in any of and in other forms of a general' desire destined tb transport the product df free.:.orof .f thirty..sevtn'of.the prisoners;,. The nng* Courts under the.act of Congress. hs letters v t. ftavellere,yheitS/? they.often
the Amercfth| journals. For this and other advantages press leader the movement we learn, was.Nicholas S Phil: become old '
for such reunion in the Democratic masses slave labor'chiefly,5 and whether a servile in [ lott kzericaL. do notreab1 _until they
BeeortA. toour subscribers, solarge KLzywhO1wa5 convicted ,
we pay of Mr.; details of
slave and
moqbsiderAtion, ,thatwe be compelledto of this State; and while, as a committ,;,we code'of :laws were administered at.,one or r "Accordtr I to the old new.
may months since of an :'as- 'Gov. McDbwiii Flare tip.-A ICtteiin the 14th of
ri& of the Therefore to or. We have never .some eighteen : i intelligence Kbich are.before us,
raise the f ( magacine.i! disclaim all authority or right propose* both ends'pf, the route. S ""
repeat" w>Wrftt early white the price is W!" to r receive terms of union, "to or 'from ;our heard it pretended that the:"multiplication"ot sault-with'I deadly"weapons' upon' a police the Shenandoah "Tenth Legion, urging JuOwaskfkd'i! as |he'.day when opera
but. of the
RemittL officer -nd sentenced to*be hung new Go 'McDowELL for the Spcakership : Theplan
/
sad communications should DO always as.sociatesno'suct; power for travel was' unfavorable: to 'the tions shoulit Reopenedon''botbrsides.r
former facilities
political
franked to the publishers ; granted on the plea of insanity; House'of Representatives, and:taking sides fail for/some days
addfreModypost-paid or constituents slave' of less d. trial being of the plang&rians
states or
our the
been delegated tons by of ,
1 fr'*LEONARD 8COT'f&CO having. prosperity ; and:has BESTOS Mr CJ.LHOU1fbaa 'attacks
'
imprisonment against
free and he was sentenced to with Col. been know i> be by overwhelming
be : occasion them than to the
S S .1, ; 1_Fulton street, New 'Xork. -we think.it proper, on present cided advantage to > "confined in the','Workhouse. alarmed the .Republican,.which !
tilt since'b Lynchburg the"two
ia t of lfy; ft ,extremevingsnear
,1' ..f td'declare our readiness, as .individuals though we are aware there is more capital the' of the cav _
name
threatening1angUageand possessed
.1'; : Mas- Having used demands an explanation"in lderiburgJ4d "rentschlD-to.. the
statebf :
'. .."T JOTIJ3E.4'ihie oo-part&ership- henstofore ex* cordially to c/HJperate in all just, equal invested railroads lathe other little of ths N6rth- elf of a bludgeon,the,keeper attempted Democracy Virginia.Dpes: Gov, McDowxLL"it ? Imperialist***,breakup their.'c nt4i. and intbis'theysr&baV"beefl'
promote'tibiaend.
to several
and in
I S 'X "istiiffibefween subscribers' nndcr-the and honorable. measures" 3., S6ReSQZCIZ eachusetts to subdue him but the 1owresis\ *-, ask,"sanction, in any"tiegree.the perfectly successful
.Inra or IkiJnsT oLBY & COMPACT, Is this cla1.tiaol""jb"Ju .- era.States,'than in allj the Southernstatestogether fiverorrs And _
'Ot."eouru'ofMr'BESTON1i
and that the public highways of the ted, .and.;being joined by' : : jpther / ,. Wnisthsr tne attack ofSchliek's
CDlt.COLBY,. : :: Thai,4to :ma jb proposed. are 'commonlv negroes;Tarmed"with: { the'haxnmerwithwhich isle willing:)1'l5tand"'by'the South at all corps eit1 Ctedenburgt 'whjkftitBTMd; out

':' rFLETCHER.. union permanent and effectual,'it must'.comeBDontaneouslr South for4month$19thC'Y.ear': bave'nyerfttOflemoment ; .--- they are'accustomed to crack'stqne, hstanbi and'to"\he.1l, ".!.xtremUy1'-- ,.We' so .tKfcUIJT .% the 'Anstrians."wer. .ionly the
4 I from themselvee.nd' must impassible, .we. the-keeper and: e.ifewV s to thIn matter, tile union's mottoes : f the
zJ't 1848. "yu.'v either-of tnose they overpowered adopt, opening Oifi9lVvrere *b.OTehaie _
,
dreamed ascribing
of '
!T 5t .' be" founded, m ajclear recognition'of.Iunda'' to"any settled Southern pol- came to his assistaj&cet.who were entire oi'4jntcntion'nd J ,. ,. .verro a. ardfVhicb; fyjennalettersspeakyorfeberthef
1I4. ,, n r, ASY, ,. mental principles;and that;paramount among circumstances" ; )ly'unarmed,inflicting several,severe.b iiit not ana\iif : defeat of chlick wasonlythe
S WiVAH.UUA.Att" in the ztitttof our national. ieyY < .*'The door beIng opened,* ft'HieHeT.-WMJYo0KGBLooD ,' 'of of
these present .. dangerous wound ciWfor. exaggerated reporto awe
The'' *ilwcf Sj f renpectfallv announces S to his fairs,"is!tne; 'Jeffersonian policyrbf prohibit- .t 'Go ., I : : ;' the more'active''participators' rushed out, and.. the Borneo Mission,'with theirtwo.children, universal :4fczLt,, 'shall knoW' with ee -. _
., and 4lj* public,that lie will continue the C NiCIQ -Restitution .of 2tfoneyr-An Boston the Zingarif' which.
fed ing after the manner of the otdinancepf; July. ( < wefe'followed by a number.of i others, but : arrived 'at : uin -
.. % .r, Br sad-PpBusHwo of human servitude, Ohio papertells.otacase'pf; conscience mute An reached that port. taintfiu'da7S. ,
existence yard
4r' 13tb '
1787vthe
.
twentyew&.aed
than i
which .
', ;'$ more
( :,.'been pa$464't! e late finnv ati been b except i.ea punishment for'crime in the]now 'w ic h a.genllemanrwhbj;" .;:fifteen'years small ago active pursuit.was.immediately commenced,, '' I. :S..nl aiDwAU T!:-A .)u rparson

5- f-. "S j l&Iybsd t bUel. to which Is his free territories of the United States.. ; ; lost 43a:'.pocket book) 'containing"* .and Nicholasand l : sixteen others have. already, oit."ni.'TW STRA'ITS :OF ;:'MAGELIAS.of* lOst his jn%forest, and belngiivehe-
.f recent- has l beenmade
,/) experiwMsiHf( from..its oommeocemeotj1t 7; Resolved,.Thxti{unless, omeother," provision amount of robneyrwas-.waited.upon > i been taken and lodgedJn )aiK t. ,: r.:* An announcement lately men T.;coI & )rainy he 1 hapPened pou.
i fce3onfident; that ke an offer to his officiating Catholic Priest, and paid J the discovery of coal in the Magellan Straits. -
| .
constituents inebnnexi6nwith'their Iy by an : aomedre'tq
be made [ desired aa
shall byTour understandtbatUt10rthetwrn'be cot4 lodginn
} -We '
terms.The f
MVRgeOUJ) ?
ob-
ecq primary 1'h'e"revereud'entIemanatated it will prove poor,
gold. If[ abundant good quality '
S -of 4Ii tcMCbushment will be the pubUcation i and Democratic as- by him-the amount jn Md tQodai. :pitl: allcoinm w Juu"; '_ ,'inulQ4'iuxfthathe

I;'' "Lad Miter Ifclfclonf Books,especially such as are wqates tbrbugbout'the"State,1 it'vrill['be' thedt' that R bad received! itat lug at.10 o'clock, JAMTSTOTPKB, ,.esq.,'_prosecuting of great importance ta' steam navigation.- nd' r." re..haJ ( o,rCj P4 if he
,
-- '. .sdtpUi 310'Jtto Baptist denominatiod. .A Urge oj.this coxnmittee-'a'd of"all:'kindred the confessional from a nameless ,individual. for! the: Stated Charleston' :Jfereury SainpIcaoLthecoaLit.i&said,' have ;beentransmitted pleased fe fry" :vitiV;.ba,boQW..Jie .
rJabbsth school be ; it as for scientific -
'aSBOrtn Wt kept wher'tbpay. the etaminatioaj
bk..W adhere ito and.abeY.til State with specific'directj'ons iS!* f* H| ,1 to Admiralty .''Ch him.u.1 kindly
S bodies "
fc L Mf department much to the Jugl4tMF! 'f1. *" epDe.Purilo:
j ......S ...L 1'.D, is3tk1choobi, 'wishingto "Wl orantzatlolLWithWhiCh&t{ t.is connected,ana, being'inoney-wrongfaUyiWithheldifroms. : '' 'It/ : oAf h1'e D grOesfNivh:f artlcf- : $ Jj""w'. "y 1.T '. accepted.1t. Io"'J e.p1of&o ''the DWa'af

."" :. .* )14' rVt purchase* .'new such:ones books, win as they for- atihe proper time, to take measures'for;electing rightful! oW1 r,.; ;, 'H _, "1r, : 'a.i. ir e'tbr...\rbn. ao.ht to;;,trial' ( wing5istisaiJAto be a"correci.estimate to : ket. 'D'li& iQme of
State
Dsmocratfc conventtionf iy'iYuijirieta le laugbiaTh1iikedhimvht1e
: J .<- <;)S; "' 'w4 ". elr orders'will leeeive prompt at- delegates the otjiancientt Mil' seems that:'ive 1' fuj, carr)1 f d .> .r thefoTlowingaay/widientenced tobe handnFMayt g- ,of the number ot sjaves in the following his neig. at. ,lnetrjsbaut"theisoutb

'".";. N..eetO: i w.be e.rT m. regiJarlT' ,called njfporsuance: '1 ,'C& ;J tJ'' bad eaouhfor men to usegoto 1u countriesr.,United. S f3,095.000; ; Brazil ,Liar so tbin
/ ,
next .: dH.r' C&D'but
12th of September : !! & !
for the '
.1' agei see'boy.withone,4tliebest : *Colonies : .. rJla1.'
>. .bpt lol butbin4 3,250,000Spanish! 900,000j i
A ) .:
.uclfw &p; he
'
'.S-, .' l:. -sermon paper,.suerS and then tobe held at the city ofjUtica, forthe'nomination an.'li1.'hin1, 1 .10 .. .. S5nUi; American haashUhd'pOLwI; h.en -
.. advice we rrO rei n&io1inctworothtrswere iang.S Dutch .Colonies, 85OQO :
; .
45. Books
: imported and f a .fItc
S t'} ;" .:+..,t.r t j ''uo.0 Yop..liberal discount ol'State"officerv: ; ',, wctk'with it and Hna\a.LgaUoWsj fQrt 1i'S%'55 theaame) it# !t 11:'ofihe.nskis Republics,;!40,000African'Settlements' ;30-, 'e'lll #t 'J -.
a of the court of
,. ministers and teachEDWAKD judge appealsV to'.bc done .. -t'f ,j. w5u18t., fij.t : ; I.W' -
4 of len'U t .,500oi)1rr 4K
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: rUulyi8,1849r. Russell, Ittl'an slttver, before". breakfast,' ?of K recent I at the epiratiOnof thesessiorini
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pat' of In. and remained around thetyard till.WuMllo'clock ft; t* *' *Vt b rcg'hi1passcdwrtb the\Wflhnot Proviso fe elzn of alt denominatjpns JJf Chr tians, int
i&zts ina4e thetr.eatce- the .\ Indian. rmrvwmch, has resulted A
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*-i, Mrhen.theyjleft.and walked to annexed commented 8e'ereIyuppn: ; ea 1Cstilen tbE1gbth Senatorig
IiIe1 .Mrjohxi the house of rCjjp Gotti&T.'about halfjjmllei in datlnd7 iiaI njnryiothe'eefllerecofaindent .clause r M is national calamityV-a naional istriot, t>7 ">' aeawM* uatt* s>uMmer.Twd -ILT..
Bikt9i h5fieLi'ut i distant.stopping .a short time/and.returned of LheVabti hi P .,; It, a i in thie&aoth enMorIiDttrjet

; r".1 t f* i T 11" *TU..Meft Benton" and Houston -ia it .their ti fastvis appropriate.obked .- V the resignation of.4j1.oulgAjdi4eI4r.&,,.
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j givtng .
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orthese'visfls trijendly UiiPBetorftimt VV #
pvihce4 durjn'gDotfi: ar' ai'rv'al' bak t +MondJIytVaris
ere&td".aJleiiteii jh 'wbok feeanBs,'"toskhij" p'repeaU6f I3>eads; V F
i bos! iio"ffl1xci'fnteresti 1an'd "at
; fend tbc'fJ""BchoorifcMigged ng'tbvbe r small ririgX ttfthfriehlJdren.; ,Afte>'Teina3aingivfhdrt1ime intelligence. j for"witli ;.;

boat e i river o alritit a twb'fcf the pirty! wwtf tctah*I AJ7 1ase I, &f tl24nt;: V V

foot tons,1 as wany"pofsilly settlersastou1d' 1 nttMWar&.antfoifled H'bfc
elow tbetnemediately *> ]$ tar twtt&t inV&i5fie. h iiV' ; Wid family were absent jitV PeopleFthVSoathern'States; ;' .which" :- 1R.nd 7Wt&t U.XUf1C4 I15Th
] l las proccslonjrmedeTflh1Cea550Ciat40fl5 .pf
lo j&i an"tbisp6rt < ; their\Vaytor heti :"They again collected at Cok'RuswMfe.Hhfy : large ,

where -th"K ar"aft 1 this'ttiornlng,. remained mutit abont4wlferi ,-K fl a,' Wished Wdajr-states; .thatudian,4res, -'h-V *just-appeafed'i3ihePehdletbii- r. ? 'nL ;tt -- = ** (S.X* *<-MMessenger )- p < V V V I

*r BnBertri'g.The I11fitflXpoture' and i Mnf 1 Cole H\-walkedto; the field ofJ Mr/ er -3 seen""-at intemediate !points>t>n ihe :, JaUuahe; re ewj he.char esbf ; i'he fol1osyiifltIeten 1eftPenacola V :i4IGaii1uii -

: follfa'tfinperionsVho'.afriTed Lher4tn1e 'of thiiff B YWhWVVa1 geLdin pot- has .think made _
aVrr plaflting srxfy.Biiles "top/ the BentoD/ani we a successful V
and
m ain jiveg1ifdUn4.Jfoi 5w"i $ V
d8y\thej8fe ;
bc AW1lnsDavb :
Sale
VtO e about3o roddia tandin paittviewf indiciion'1loth'documeIts being Vocdcei
'sell and 'teifghfrr Jthtflady -b after : / r.or-fti njn' flrtac- theit wiy'to Calufornalj way of
th&h n &Tmtheditely o rr Lb Circuit Coii,$.f Va
'MiiV 1keran th .ctaTh1ren1Ir Bntn. couiatrBUted" Vere.ieen.firing wppnthe; boat very lengthy,and referring to mah his and _
the Indians sliopk hands with the famJ4VbVthc.mV ) g ml YizfMessrs. PinnyV Copp.Phillip ( rbtInd
ham and four childrr 4 i.'Stnbe'rhomas"Bit Mejsrs.* : goodjb"ye "In," a, short timeleyjappiared jsaj) facts oCmodaetwouId.bemyoe.; *2&an i iTiidUa e sell in frOnt ot1L'odnUOue.ii wOdi
iII avara; iTi il ba k field whk.h Bible T to prpfh yw onM4md17t1iI sil1i d&yanguit next,
pHjbe that refuted tt
e VVVIt 1d b'1th st' :uuerlyimii ThIe; Lt say ,thefrfeply.bas every l1eJInM; oflorn$1$ 'uD21Aorn ftVVo
M. Mcteod, Jaie .gbthurnrVm R. was planted in. cane, and apprbached,.within re; whether *HtemP of tbe1'attackVupon a, has'ty perosal.Tojamrejrta'eett R anc,6fMiUoflV tract tlania ig4e county known is 'RsL4ard'
'Tomb, and othezs-2 : aumber-and 11e 25 yards pf Co1VRui1a d Mr' Barker, halted vl %hkrtzte i point, say V Utver'Ma.sicre.-. -; WAD 1tvEs;': ,

.. t>r BIX negroes.f w : and tqokfdeliberate alnt withi.herrjifls. thisi3a* prelude.talfiifiher.Indian Tjostilitie?, i ltii iii! e s fr EDroR-The'intelbgepce' frnm thIsV jUflOV21tJS.V 'GuraaV

rTbu *)t will, be i'jbe'ep'8prebended Ma'" ijjRMvhat'.has-long ,V aid; ;iired, wounding tol.ll breaking his,. or to, anotbefe.rSeminple wa;. \liii i beyond ary to make! arcaref'ul comparison of the Vi interesting", settlement is matterof ;the most V : .
;ha) ; rfwcome' to 'pass, aijmjinij his abdomen dropping two documents. Benton is' V i Circuit Court *
"grazing" ; 't hCfofIordihary men ftp', fathomj the so thoroughly serious Importance, hot only"t&'the'sufferersthemselves'but '
thattte" Indians> iiu" l>reak'up the settlement tVeir iLles'. puKuaJ.Mr. 'Barker .'(who'wjsupposewas o7 4tgcua C
onin'diifl adfl designrpf;the nly.and treacb' oui savage,; f fortified .with, evidence :;npbn'*: historical to our StateAt this point ieate 14 i1IJ7r.gOTYVY$1e
rW4 perhaps engage wounded,) towardshis1: houseWl.en i in Tropical Florida; by. th enterprise'of the G complVUat,1 Eflifor tki1.
'in another general In'lttnta'ajr, This occur"rence5 withjn; a few rods p it they succeeded bii V;with ifie;facts befor, us, there;wattle ppjntSt.tfoth in reference to onr"'bwn"and hardy pioneers who have been ruthlessly dnveri VV VL I 4'erfermDo. of a V

;o mosttaTnetbM these'worthy ib( stabbing bin .many .|i'inesj causing his doubt that i the.' attack; .on J Irni an other' cburitrie4Vtbat\veVdb! not Hastily reiard from their homes, and have had the fruits John H.Lewis and wir1InfI V V written contraetLhos..BJewettan&ie ,.

pioneers have been fjlisft'gigjiard/or seve- death immediately ITiey then pursued Col. ireme'ditatedfiwithout-: to any conpequenc'es g his allegations,,retd because'denied; OWe their,loilarid self-denial wrested away ontheeveof V I ,ether iajanction.reli ,"aad
',Tal years to j>rovidejll nfwSves a homiaudR sell;kli&rartdthe house of Cap t,Gotlis,I [ defendauts.V 4 V
noware.; uneerem 1arr.iig same
a
family* cry- t oC.science, andtheresource pf a trop"ical SL, tion of the Court, j'the affijttit ot the.
k abandon -all'"their, e4in.." It is now tavrngeen glnV far t more honest ,than Mr, Benton.
$ beg ]
-
: i'-g runt runU V The arm 3"of Capt. G. not more .of'pppvoca 'P.?; i 'climate, had begun'to promise much for p lainani iii.the abore iptt Wed ewujthAt th, 044
jo nrfrTTST TOefrffuTicTTga'ryfoTjpEBIn the the Indians by some/jf the, settler*, butnpta The country cannot forget Certain-shuffling bf defendant* reside outfgfobe eitctut atorcnlj,$ d
ton wiq see the nece 4iy| c| ;at or.ceTsendmgnsnfficient r Ye.'; as"$e last boat was JeaTinK the shore, elicited of the "'cards latter v t the* interests pur"Slae. V that the eaJbn.I1.i4is and wife reside in tn
shadow of by ? .by\th'e when
force in' l'li'katobveravpthe | < inVaich was Me8srs.'Bra"yton'mvarroand : "such'prpvpcationJia aspirant, A few1 days since ybnt'' correspondent received State: of Alabama, adtafthit theud rTbomM.

Indians and prev ;pt Ct hmlifiicuhies a neeroi ncai.o At.Indians came tip within thJtsjidbnyl the *% )ke"-:teemed.}o him wprtjiwinningand.hi a7etterfr6"nlihe Judge x>f Probate for Jewell and wife reeijfcnt the SUi. of Connpependency **-

Thdsd Indiyidtta Vid *irrivfc4 here toyc1rOnindianisiin'4 hrtyyards andfird T'.B deliberatlyat, bose the ontra/y'.Ujie letter" Wpni' rfeV Smyrna present '"appeai"to the Misspurians St'; Lucie'CouMyvcbntairtin* some -valuable : therefore,on m t r4t tha said comptaaqt, VV

1< : ( e''theTr scape inthe I I, theboat,pkii'restsovsr the'fe c ;foui states that on the very"mqrmngof jhe attack is, and ;ought lobe, "the lastcard inAw i information; confirming! the 1bsitionrau1upede IqL y his solieiorsjt pr4"d ths4 nui*pt tk
,greatest possible; ;aviig left many o tlihr shots were re&1at the Vsame bo t'after above.'This entlemah' ras wftytoNew V of this awl\k ttUiahed in a newspaper,-
/riendslond relative ibis ibg wbath 'a'aiiiterval of alout a minute;' ne bill paisng -: the1 Indians appeared jfriendly at.the house pack1' & so.T Let'.hinY play it 'outivHe York'orf a, vlsit'to1 M.
been tbe3iat j thev'posscssetof'the : through the Sleeve ofjjhe'inegp man,V of Mpss'rs'f Russell' aKd'Gottisy.to the extent will lose Others 'aye,. jpst'.before.h'im'pri with me." he'writes, "a Pine-Apple of my four inonttat r qninc ffi sail Defendants to ap-

have been left to th Indians V was all' injury done Fjve .minutes after of making presenb/tp he children., ''Noth thai same issue. ItJ>-the" platform which i aisingbich I Vvould like t have''shown tar the same and,answer and all the the e.4U foetUrs Mil,or and in default things therein tbsraof

thercrnps'nrfu1L j they fifed the bouse bf Capt.'p. fThefamV big could seem wore premeditated! fiend- broke beneath:the weight of Cass.It-is theabyss'in'which'Calhpun you-and; should be pleased to write ynwsomewhat alleged, WJU, b .taken Wconressed'agaiAsl Uiew,
Yours in great t4a sit .R. 1 es of Col. .Russell and Mr. .Barkerbun-: at length ha"TJI timehtisufflceit1oV and a decree reser4rcUnIy'. .. ,1 "- ,
-t
,, l like than the murder bf 'Mr -Barker.. But Bas been f- V
: engulfed
V th ; -o---, bering sp.lriade their in'tbe two'boatkconsifti.ig say that the many Given under my ha4<7, At PuatkiluiwrB fareuiiaforesaid
U- *ST.Avc1i44Ju1y19| 1845, of Mr J Russell escape Mrs/Barker. and,L 9 far 'fronV proybcatrbn'havinjr been given It Is.the rock bnwhtci,; } the political fortunes V tofore'dbnbtful asylo the success of the 'culture V ,this V 2Ctn d V*V
Ve.taresad. new indianrier; the Ms: 'Builock, six'white,.children-! agec to,i th'e, Indians, jhey tSeinselves'were'Vtresr of'the nob'e Clay'have stran'ed.; of the Pine-Apple" inoUrVlart of- the JV .

settlements are 'brotfrtfjig by 'Indian- A. V from 'oneto twelveVcarsT Five.negro Jwpmen L and we.are-told had been frequently We have but little interest in the'personaI country/are now satisfied; and as to the Banana V irkV{ ff'*
passers whcf has visited RobertCourt Yo ngti4 of the CfTCIII
,
nian' byth name-oftrt.! (brother-in-law children tc I: have U-from a gentleman
andjS'x Jiegrp edfrpm; one from ime to-tims/ before.. They twerebe.. contest between and Benton*"further for-the eounuiA'ehua,and Levy,4.
/ Calhoun thai
Of Rofsell; the fnpp Kits* t Indian1 rive) tea jjfars.. As thiTbbaU pushed but the wine : most of this Westjndia Plantations, hereby certify that 'ag order if a erect *
was killed 'n- his .." ''iU M Rnssell hoi ; ble\v violnyvhiccadth m to separate yond the reservation provided for them in the thanto; inform our.readers'pf.vheirposition.. the Bananas are superior to any he ever saw. copy of an-order iv pd now on.file in VT'

through the arm-in The house ; one of the boats baving'a'.sail male Uf peaty with the United States'.. Their visits- Neither of the.r-men, in] any e vent,t could I endeavor tp procure Pine-Apple plants office. J. ,i' X-fc '* jrf *

of Geddes, another burnedantop&s the xlyer and was picked up on the -siconi apparently; friendly, had,'become.frequent,. have our vote fOr;:-the* Presidency,:because i in NewYnTkdntigthesummerVandretjth 'fall'or winter." Vji.'hMr V and In seal testimony of office.Wb4ti51IC11tIV tbig3n'nity of,April Vast my, A.hand IX'T
Barker's and Russell? sacked.
Th dar.follpwing, by.Messrs Bray ton arid Moriispnr V ItOBEkT l
V $
V C&ri.
aTLOCO)
t ;theirvictims; lulled we believe there are better men to be found 119. ,
il&m untilj'unfbrtunately who has fallen anrictimto
settlers r Barker '
or a majoritk ci have'just ar and ,taken tcT New Smyrna. They : May 3-4rii
rived here in a'destitjion'their .c oyitidajfotners are subsisted by taking oysters and opening them L V in.toa. : false securityl We have'asyet.np m .the, rants ot( both' 'partleil'The'XVhig/ ; the rifle of the savage fe,:I knew welhHe iq1V V : V

way! l V V wiln their scisor& iTLes oltnfifboatj conVainIrg further,accounts j of outrage;.many' of- the part>\of. the,South,, hasher, B Bai x.and was bneiQf .thelmost thrifty'and industriousV I James ; ; V
This .is"ternble-nc] I greatly dfsns- the mali' the beach and Rus- merlin the seltlement, ol .quiet, ; ATTORSET C1c&Lw&-AT-LAw
negro on sea people) ,*however, located between the Destroyed other noble,spirits-of its? choice.- 'It-saeks ASD ,
.trous' 'iJndge"Brons6Dtions rtj's'Baken the dcpoi. neJi's daughter'succeeded in walking to,Mr V peaceful rdispbsiti6n -Hpne"ot those simple- Will attend to Profearof isineu ] Qy V
? of the men'andJ11! "i nd them'by thi I Scobies', at Cape Canavarall, a1..distanceo: settlement and Enterprise are preparing hp manfwhp'k'nWs icotie! North'as well hearted industrious citizen, whose Joss'cre- the Eastern Circuit '1ida, and in the F-

mail to Washingto'nl C1'Smith,-at Thii I seve'nty miles, in 48 hours, without any sub to Jeavef and'several have already left as the South- it'desires Ho"elevate;] : tpo man ates a void, and will be felt in the community eral Court for the Norl4nPlstriet of JRorida.|

post, will send off 'tk4uy detachment J1o]r s'steace and getting.a.'little'water twice; r'eirainiagatthat It is our opinion.that if the Indians contemplate who, in his addresses, appeals, alone: to i "where'he" resIdesV V V : V VIrL? V
: U. S.'troops to India9rvfrrjjand; ; he has ten walked' [ -It iso be hoped that no more lives will be i.V i.
place wo days, they vrar,,the signal vfor general uprising the People-of.'the Sautkp-!though ''there forgeiaIl3uiness. l1tat6-ruPeetinf V V
an,.express to TampaifavS.* to New Smyrna, some forty miles' sacrificed a false idea of what is essential g.'Hn t* and' donations o nc1 a dth r lacattoo.i
\otcM14t. Every member of the settlement, numbering ,will be; the demand for a surrender,of those. were np.West, no North, no East, 1But not V to a state' f paacewben: a savage'foe haying or gelling thereof.* V j V, tnpoa- ? .

some 50 individuals, succeeded in .mak- who; committed the'outrage on Indian theri: only iVthis the sentiment,of the\Vhig party,r paused to take breath and gather r source -

.'I'hefoioing the testimony lug their escape except Mr. Barker, ,some Wefcannpt doubt, that such a demand i jVf the great-, masses of the Republic.. for a m deadly encounter, is suffered, in Ir for the collection of txn* the United"
in-snoall boats and"ine balance in violation"bf treaty stipulations, and in face ol r State* for Military or!i L-tbc/ aarricei, pension
before : aflittlsschooner.of
taken, Jud e is4n is from the promptly and peremptorilymade by.the Government When they want a President, they will seek Tolubfi erji
I 5 tons and have iailed for S. government officers, despite the timely warnings supplies famished ,and for bonea or
News of to-day: V Augustine.. The next, day MessiB. Gp'.t's, ,',and we hope it will be backed by a man who will "frown down" sectional I and entreaties of exposed pioneersto other property lost, 'foriihi:the V United State*
liable.! fJH ?
On Thursday, the 3Ih inst, fpu: Brayton, Morrison and Navarro:Tisit'ed the; the means'1 bf summarily removing the Sum- issues, and who will have no hope.noaspi roam abroad, threaten, plunder, and ,dstrby' are Addresa JaeksonTiIleIstFIorId2:

Indians'came into th at Indian. premises of Messrs.. Ward, Russell and Bar moles, if it be discovered that further hostilities ration, but to add to the glories that already! V with impunity. lithe Seminolelrid'ansjiithis
river early in the morbfog"naT5sitedhouses the State here to remain let then be. bern LAST tYJCE
and found them of are ,
ker stripped everything,
for the attack. In
V was the motive// any cluster around our united Republic. '
of Major \\'j$ !, iJ.Russell, John even.the ticking of their beds, breaking'jal med in,and shut up within their reserve,by a fl1O ARMED OCCW&HTIOX SETTLERS

Barker, and.' D. JL.GottiiAjlThey were Ic I Iat I furnitureopening the trunks, and' takmj event, 'e'erthe Government should station Weregret to learn that the chain of' military post", Extending from Ju UNDKR THE--A] "aiai OCCUPATION
Gottis's house and aljci J al Major RueIrr1and tHing valuable out of them. Some o a chain of efficient military posts along syourdreceFred piter int i'or the mouth of the StiLucie, to ACT-The nndersiraeJ !;A4nt of- the Interior,,
every by Col.. Russell from the .fire of will attend at the foi'.oWtts places, on the days
remained 'at' the ( the
Jj"btt Curing 'niostr > It notorious fat V
p Gulf of Mexico.
the
the cattle werejseen dead and floating in the the;line, that the Indians may, ot be allow- w a specified below; to take i atre eire proofs by depositions
V the day They appea'iWt perfectly fiendly jciver-- yery-bjorse one. ed'Vnde'r" inch Indian, has become so seriousa's to have that for the last two years, Sam Jon 8 s party'Vr before him ia rtttoa to the eUIeaent

and good natured, and $ 44&culty: orquar. As'the boats were passing up the river on V any pretext trespass an rendered 'the" amputation of his arm necessary has been.roaming in neighborhood of the *occupation of alt pet$**! ssho obtained, pepmi -
ret occurred between 1b4nd any of the beybndltf In regard, to the defence of our St. Liicie and Indian rivervv'siting the settler?, tstnier the act ofCqsa entitled "&aaetprovide
.
their Way to"Ne\v Smyrna, Indian fires wereseen *fa ;' P> ;,t -, 'V --.. to
for the Armed and settlement
l'ctternor was anypytton! given by frontier it is a at this limeto V and also ui it isafair Otirapstion
< gradually. xtending north oti the mainland matter top serious v/ f- ( V rftarEnterprise pre of the unsettled part of thdpenhtsol! of Florida,**
the settlers for the o: the In. ,the' Jast one opposite',Merritt Jslanirie I connect with politics ; but it is certain that, Appointment* by 4hePreicIent. samptibn, that had they .beeix-resiaioed at approved 4tbr August,ISfD aBOj who"weeseceaV
dians subsequently coi tjfclIn the after f -f V once *the melancholy catastrophe alluded to V nader that act and Jj laot amendatory therfof -
: fixty miles from the scene of action. V thilstadinitrtion psjits
about three has been culpable in IV GEORGE W.CALL, Jr., of. Florida, to be '3an
noon_ o'I4kMa1dr[ ] Rusi1 I deem it not improper to state the above.wouldhare been"avpidedj.aiiJ a.&nial'military" : ,approved I3thji"i|,asrd V who settled or .
'
; upon '
-- V V V not ]r* ifltai -militar .foree of neuied I4'tO1UirLZUYc1inqnish
V -1Fb' V seVrrcGnCerflCa flaflteTrpt n in Attorney the-United States forthe-Northi; 'force stationed 'at' V arForr *
: '.who 1'ved about .300 yarjksQalh cf film antTrLyDr or-Tn OI Abandon UiO-wne, bat eontiaued toVesUa
and who'was In the fTeliS, WoOt 500 : mid preservation >yas 'owing South X, Florida.v < Shoultthepresint. adminiritrat11 : ern Drstrict of Florida, vice CHANDLER C. Piercein all human prbbabiljty waidi szrve oa saLt froatier zo'21lo{ The lina>diridisrTesrasaipa
useIisbone.anBlir5'rom'Barker's yardsfrom to tie gallant and noble] conduct bf MessrsBr.iyjcn not promptly supply.pthis needy it I 'GE.remoyed. ) to accomplish desirab'e an erU a.ul hold the nutaber nine j sUen, south and east of
V and Morrison,' who with a I V hostile Indians in checks and confine thex I tbs base line specified ini$<& nit of Idi2.-jUksreby
gooihbat will
beheld
The Indians left li hou 4 sh'trtly'aftsr Rue and high'j wind went lightning-like equally to. account bythe people fr WALTER C. MALONET,'V of jFJorida, to, he "within their.limits. aiding to effect the objectft said act,Ti*;, ?
sell did, bidding adiel i'most in th nj] ;: V : V At j7tb iewufleAIaV'$oAonty, on Moiday,
dfFIoridaand'Vth&'cOunty..
Marshal
of -the United States
V friendly manner. Rii1 an3 Barker: and down the sound, giving all warning ant V for the South 'Let it Le remmbereIthat the crops ofthe] May. V I VAt

V yrn standing together iii1tl field robbing the treacherous savage of his pray : ern" District: of Florida, vice 'JOSEPH; B.Baowsci sett'ers are now.nearly w.a.eso' far'as ,the -Angnftine.St.. '*eonnty, on, ToeTn *-
,Vheri' they'w'ere fired these talking foci: In Mr. ifs report to me, however, he was'too; ',Thos.; ll. licntou nc| Jpliii C. Culhonn. removed. V T* labor of nursing-aiid: trau'mj; Is cb.cerned: 'sat day, 15th May. V 1 : -
y' molest to mention this. I am'at 1 the Indan: will bare do will le to At PilatkaPatnan co4tP, en sJayv2ilnty
Indiana! and Russell wa ded hy three present on 'Most of our readers have already learned I V V lat & ; to 'May. V3 fl V:

alls in the left arm, a' i1ao in.:the aWe the:ivatcbti; pastm'dnight. ; that THOMAS H. Brstos V is at present actively Death of;Mrs..Madisoji.: V gather in the fruits of-the Jalwr of.others, STK Vt At ,MellonTiHe, Oran on Taesday,
In haste yourfriCnd have motive for the recent act pf, bat-' V -
,
V we a 1ay.-
; VV V
men, tjhichVas grazed bIiyo tails. Imndians Justus we are preparing to >
canvassing the .State of Missouri .go presswe V 'Marion
C., raze and nranlerl.and tbeMr.'Barker/whahas At ycila, -e4M1on; iMondAy,JSOiJune.
after
mediately the firej jlie? brok hear .with"profound grief,of death *- .- V'Wir V VAt
tthe ; | >; fcw
he it fallen victrra
making as terms an appeal" to the was puefofthe most."ihrivrng
towards from their them.cover. Barker-ran, about-; 4ro? ofl nei1irction and 'ran A; PAIKFCL PICTDBE-S/. Louli.- A. cor,- people against certafn resolutions passed by in thfs city, of Mrs,D. MADISON, the i: -relict husbandmen in the;:, n&ghborh.Irandha: V 2hJnne.Lake Liodsay,:Eent ll"i Jsunty, .oa Monday

;V and, Russell in( anothejr-T3Ve; InMians al respondent theBostbn, ,Transcript, writing the Legislature of that' State in'December i of Jam Madison, once'the'President-of the probably the'largest; anJ most proiiusin' At Fort Fannmg.Levynty" ,on Monday. 9t& -

I took after Carker and d sjlflet Win with thai f.-om; St. Louis on the 29th ult. V iastj solutions I iited;States. .Thi*;greatly ,venerated, .be-, crops fn process of'cuflure/ v July.' CjjfA; VAt
V says."What Thpe i declare that it is Ttmps. 1Iilborou.4doiinty,- on>Monday
viblat'ive fron -
k3te .
$ Russell'in the m 43 giavage barbarity are V VV V V (
; Logic of'Mr. Gcttis, the liidiftok lieiug between an afflicted city'is this! V Fire; pes- f.t.the principles of. the Constitution loved and celebrated Jadyj, whose' loss..willbe. I deseiyfng: ofpubUc sympatjfjyan succor, and SOih'Jaty : V "-M >* V

him and hi* own houee;) Gotti!>3i Congress'toj
Aogust. : ;
legislate aSect slaiVery
half amile, tonth of Jutt4 wui i. so as to 'I'M. ? -VAt *
on the shore of the L* oon t1inn immediately ricer or bi t age and/bpp'ress" us. Calamities! are al! in the States V:the District of;Columbia has: lingered since'Sunday,'and. breathed her that henceforward governmentwilt Miami'; Eade' county||*4 Monday,2QUCAa-
V around us. Death is where/ Cholera : afford and aid those."who gnzt. -4 .
Lucia Sound, as-were also H sUU' and barker's every last, at a'quarter pastJ10bcioclci! last nfght.1 V protection to -
'There he found GeA14( -' li wat-ro, Mr. Bray. ts dealing its blows to the right.ardlft, am I or the Territories ; that such legislationwould ; will return to their home 'an 1 fields.. At Fort Kerce"; St.Luoleniity V .on" .Monday
ton,and ayouug man camt i il'6tiibss TheyJiadno thousands oar people) have been ''hurriec I he We anticipate thVgrief which;.will be, universallyfelt V / sBlall Sd tcptember ; --V' *
,insulting'tb the' dignity of the! ,. .; :AH persons interestoJraiiimada ;]9&4>bar*not already
jn order, and all
gans aeeor; Jig/ of them' VV their
pnl to A well at her losbut'.we..must
graves. man noW be
.immediately in two; boat ipnilbe &uud, an may States thus affected, and tend 'to' disunion re their prooff are reqwitji't bare jtbeif witnesses
; : > meat. *
about the same time the/ tiwjKusssll's famil' an hoar hence, a corpse. The"sextons,: the serve till tp-mbf row the sacred office of pay Asraiig ready and- omofcl.rK$ r3-ioproTL.iheIr
; TJ L half a mile abort put off frii iJLi :Undiog in thei r undertakers, and even the horses of the city, that the General Ae embly.regardsjheXcon; : tribute her iiThe Northern Mail arrives'eyery' Sundayand cases 'fol'y'Settlors on J4* heretofore.tuisurrcyed V
boaU.t After Jbe two boati$ w walt-h B nssell an -
their lands. -
Gottis and others were bPgot'*bout 4'Jysrd I rial. Carts and furniture V i3th closes mbrnings'at 7 V
have ,to from onTuesday&"Friday ; V
t .from ,th. shore the Indian wagons Missouri, an adherence"to''the-basi of : ; V : q4frVV :' } V
; jMni nced firing a V *
supply the places of hearses which "" V V o'clock. V .
them aud continued though I the 'of' i.
Bn act
V to t| thni until thev onipromise, 1820 but that, for"t ttheVsakeof The Coalition. V
V '1 ''were out of gnnsh t,wbei l ycnt to Gottis'i namerous 'are"sufficient to carry Wtthe cof- ( : V ,The Southern Mail arrives'on'.Monday June2S,1S49 VV ti;
bouig, and*et fire to that aM Jjanied it. r They! 4V fits, though'piled one upon another. harmony"and the Union, ItVill I ; We comply with our promise.., in ;;publish and Tuesday"nights, andydpsea on Sunday May 3-tlOct.,

r then went to the bonces al ]|sfke, > and Ru selL Many-dead bodies! tie, without a friend to still$ flChiofl'the application.bf that compromise ing :to-dav: an' ,art ie'. from:-'te, IVash- and '.ednesdaymorains a'tj o'clock. [ : V -

tisge and plandered, as 'afterwards and sacked$ app4.e&frrn bfm/dting mere much wan da- execute the rites of interment' until 'a'p V'bliofficeror to'our reeently acquired pp sessiorisj if r ngton RepuZiZ:4mbodying the resolutiorui u i TheWestern,, Mail is due/'br ,Toesdayand"FriJaymornia"s Ix months V after: ,diita l3"wiavNotlc applyt. the

t.onneu, by destroying tIieikb a4 tearing: a sister of charitco' ,e to pui L3 by such wncessioii' the'spirit of fanaticism I offered by B L Butler eferreat i by.7 o'clock and closes JudgeofPobateofIa4ueountyfoeaIns1aqquiuance
ib. A141VISO iT ; them in the ground. Some persons to'save oui on Sunday and Wednesda'y.'morhingi at jl(
1 P'7t eat4 ) eme. Tb L oa the.Estate ,t Barnes Sapp, dee'd.
V famiri.. of $&rk.r ana ti4* Ia* ii the rneaii expenses, which they are "npt.abje''t6 "bear., be extinguished.. The/ so1utions also declare last) ih the Democralic.Republican Cbmmitr o'clock. ; : V late said county I1 V

tune fled Gottu'and br water,RusI1arh while t1ptiii j s were firing burytheirfriends in the woods br'orf the that the'right prohibit slavery in the tee"bf New--York?? V V V Thf Maulfromassau.j. Court House _. V : FELIX lGETL-A'r.
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burning upon Gottis house., 1 tI; V <& boats, ani L sxnd-barnf.jheriver; Many fs'the houselale'y Territories beldngs'exclusively*to the peoplethereof A correspontfence has also passed between I rivesbn ev"e"ryTu5sflay afternoon and closes ., B V N V SAAdmI.V V VVV'V

Gottis and his party in th4lie4 ,then continlet'l .. : full V of inhabitant", that flOV'b24'V 'in V'forming 'a. State on SundaymonmupatV1ocIock. Feb8-6rri. :
Constitution
the committee 'the
V ; neddowntho Sound.to,ot e ;,rs, and gar<.I scarcely one left') to tell the story of"he depat.ed. j F Fr respective pf Barnburnerand The Pait OJBce nas'been'jrembved few w' k HiNotid&
; the alarm,and aU that could*lx I 4izeu1y and that, in the event of the "o/.any/ Hunker which it"nas .
got oi board small'' sail collected I .- Husband and/wife: will'take 'their passage .wings, by :,been I doors.>ve 6fJ-A'.*-Reed's'store, 'on'* Bay | V

during the night a and came bo fc tl{tief-Cspt.UieaounJ,Daris's and In I IV ea together 'at"evening, apd before: the act;by Ppngress.dMS&'cting with these principles agreed that "one delegatefrpin each.prgariization street, ." J. ., :: VV The subscriber,baring,4tit\} in the city of
V the morning anchored off Kawll' next rooming! oeVorbotbs 'ready'fpr" the Jbli vjll 'with V V AVaihington, U prepared t eecute promptly.
henee
oppetSt '" spuri c-opera other be selected in;each assembly district, V allclaims| against the Unitj3tates for
V There they pent a asWeJ .found )MAIIIUKO, a. property
I party iw4 thaI grave ; V. "
; slavebolding Sjatesj'n: measuresfor loaf or furnished in the* War for
V to'mee in ; $ aM
1LueeI1isi4 p'rptecli6n. jgeparate bbdies atTltome ,
,
4V Barker's Iwusf fcal b I
V 4 : n pluadere .
? AllUbry'sorrices, Pensions, &e ..
Ii1 I I the and field.when sacked, and He slso had found been MA t&;JnrV 4Uills! s body in. the'dead at.half the/usual depth. "TTie1 city, The g"enators the State in Congress I J5l| Augustj Jor'the purpose'of consuira* Johnson- ; posto 'oP-thfr'Epwoopat Chorcn'. V Address/ JAME&tBaYANT! ;V 'V

to hare IeeiiLkmaa by stabbing $ta{itrith appeare.knives, government have abdicated their,powers be-V we're mstnict'fl: toVote, in cbhformitjr.>yithrespjutions. I tion and devising ,means,,of, union, and if. it L JOHN FlaV.to 1tUV1.CA.ROLINE liOURS- Each Q11EO of.ackoaiiUe,daaghter; VVVIu1yI9,1349... V L31 V
>bat wasnotsealpedor trippilli fore aa indignantpopalacc'and the duties of r these J* "f V % V V
,JUsseH's family in the mea& sj the J shall be deemed"expedientt to>jneet inX joint L oCJameaLii1boJaLe qf this city]; V & : : .
Bpard of'Health.arerdevplved upohsacomnhtteejbfv Against these .-i ; !; Lt Onth, 25th'last', by.the Rf'rT.1Iar1w : '
Is V i &ttp, family.LiIJazoeJijaJI I <:hizenfl.: Thev'public', ch6ol > zstructioqs ( rBenton t conyention'Jand, tuggesf the 'names for; aunioSjtickef the 1.plscopaFchureh in this town, RevflSAAC n $ ,; 5.

I.i itwstbo V.chor houses arejturfied ntp:, hospital ,:and the makes' his appeal}:and to sustain himself i rie; of JSta
C* ; V clie r and .chief business ofjicJithgh to take care oi I has;brought:to bear the'fnli\veight pf his limiaary to a general Cbnvention,bhiel Jaaghter. of the lato- JttnM BUbo- ,-Esq,-of-Sav&nCf 'Alabamk,Oeorglav sonW4roua,as.,
V .pLt out to sea o theawgy I IV te; sickapd dying,and tjTUTy'"jlbedeaJ! .- Pr9Mc/W e-V | his ; 'on' I nabtV.- 9 V V V Cipni3dlraTtsln/th *
$jj tve4ther. ou- th. moinn.f sr egan canvass m at Syracuse1 the12th'of.September:: ----i V VI WILL attend the EaaV
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tany meinber4 the city goirerninen and L Lprobahly the early patypf, las jnonth V '4 V tate of Ann St.;irsrnnudex, latb of tf Cireuittth Uiiea State* District
i % ouse1' found[V it les,Ilian I O,000 of the citiien f In*4*<>4>4B 4lB4'aKB4AAAL.'J.A T fF_ : ;: appeared.at .Wop38tpck.i.rEroBt ., for ," Joto 4** Cowii" V" "" Court at St. Augustine.thp eme Coortat V
nave. 1rbe, ofV : ;1 ity. I Ibdjee1t rI Tallahsswce: and prosecute i raai forcitisens fa V
> **** ui MJUC n o l6flhyfl1A
);7Sfl old. b.tUfVi 45g1W Myj7. .UdMVAill'r ddui twd nigbf| re eding- the lib inst.i ?At the any part of-Florida? agsilh 4ovmiitt: atWabingtoi
ft1a h4 jgnvJYhtle death : thes iisoluitioiis' chiim3against thofstate of f
epeNte4TrI* Vt S. et ofeomb ,is.dpinff ||svwpFk; The V i Ji 4- ;' -. V, thetinieth'tberuiomet'i1sr any Aon B V either leefore or &Jhe Di.partmonts .
llernandei
u all the / wn Toe IM jie.wfpapers dp not, 4jyaid, repoit ilf. tb asucoi4siteotwit Pr pouJnstnictioni'oIthe at lata/bf St. John'icounty.deoeased' V tlu V V

; V'F tanee Ths of number about of sixty persons m'Jes w or* "n-"P1 : ; V a'yzed cases,:becau, and officers e'all) (the'formspJ'Iaare their iax. effas-bcingV'' ;: opy4oI; linV1uIad4hi. *tireient ithut iIaIsy tlem: .duZy. 'thVWh uthentIcatod ma3'nd.atted be Lidbtae V ;V ,_ V 13hV2M, JTds'eptembont VtVVi
discharge dor V V
T requeteiI make n. r
VV :* i*** aw Jirthis **4*iJA'M'U v4 tiea the'Calbounres61otioas, offer d in the.SenateinFebruary.'l847i"denounced ; C death niF'ajni
,, ,4VdullnericrvOusneis lack-oi V Attd sit
d.
; Iegs.ttsVj4
a creditors entitled
V
? wai27iaalIiDelad'ng wome cUre.t .
t V -., V From their report Iris pz1tbr$ u energy, are nianifested by .every one'. The c"l: ;: ? .! 't" ii .- ;bv" me, "-V(htn, iYLV C7 T to and dUtribntion,"who U&1I PX* P esent theirdaim} $ ____ *Vj 4tIEmitLo

V ( J *nenttnU bf. time on; St. r-I.ucie >eowU r .rV a'jnospnere,is hot and hmnid.- jFjies swarm at the,jimeas t'ajfi remnd, intended for elecInfthw THANIEI, YENABWV of, consumption? ._.t V' lp.ttomberQtard demandwithJa two;Turther jeariftomthe tmtlCcd'that'thoirEiecntor., first pub- ;Dt4j hal adot.aVVL

V i.V They all eoacnr In t 'iI4 'n.'myriads. Vegetation 'grows fwith; ; :the, tioneerung and dLsunron purposC' Venable marie-a-"short stayih.'JacksonVille; ; clDunis. SjM fotvef fearrttl.M r V V thb fbUowgg V V V
eeg I rankest luxuriance and i
VVfl0 iohol stiear to if tau tesa
Indians anixnLjifes1nki tVa1y26Sv >
were CMU or hoard ofm :
t11es4ement connectioaAlrlBenton 3uftng-"tne "jpast'winterAhile *
ci takes xiccaBiori 'travelUn in' V
V ,f)e 12th instant, when thU o A propprtionajjly, e $ V 5 ; : V V
V t'4.but Ms3or ktasseli and commit srio r jTa'jnfat/as this account is V ,, twe* fearit'4 V, =i ahd ndeed'occupieVmosrof his"speech th&outb, vatb i 'his stjma i ibenefit.p ;h V J.EXECimVE-TE5ARTMEl r, V V -Qrtbogrpy,R4adingW&TV att1with, Eagtiihramwatn4 ftVtiepetenn1V'TZr

$ 'thi,opinion, from-he kmonn( r oviercharged'v' The.Tast accpn'ntf in be )$ ba Calion iia I | tbis'nealth;*;JHe bjWame'much en 1'V V< V V .T&haapee1.fiuzp2 ,1849. tV VTbet
*" rem represent V
jw tttiat. jbert wen iPPy more jSIiU thai thclrj 5V, 1>if3n( Ihere,'p :th* deaths atKaoo,per ,day--aV been.playing"' a jjam?ioijhe4esilencj Ioi r deared tamany' f'our citizezwhcAleep ,7 GBJKRAt.'Kinoct36n V .: V an Entlisa VOdeQ&t1mboflgtLrA6O1flitT7K1Sti

> {; 1: *Zndiins* rs 1ia4 been n* dimeuItciqititeI[ between ftr mortality V ye4bdtbai,4ii: ,'heiexpresawvlt-14*the regret Ksdcath"r: l1il ?, *.- .V li'. LIa' nUl.and mtri! .BoUI. -
5J vf the and the\settlen :te! compared kwjth,1h i o : ; i ? thO1rsLDiv1siono* tbeJlprida 4Uitiaor V
fdi say CV V
.. and no* pn>roeatien rhatereiThe tdanoh i V WffotPrk46V1Vit card fri his packin, V vLf V than.r-MQndLinoetobernezt. sttho place* geology*.A RbitC,
V V 5Na1t* .-- IK>(;* yf.! ,.>aTare.want< end V V inspffsistea.cies a teDar&1VCtOVOWInaIIa1d quarte7feV V
mnesf crneltj 4> dflOVC Pvl
,.t.: v MLo4jLas8ei1bough bal| |> 4't- and I jhe' yorfpilr Bdard oft ltb ftport 18 have been monstrous inlj4 to the ;;! J to be'Captain MOIV, 111 h? bccsIo ed by;the :' */" 3t v #* q
nffr'n much from hi wound from Cholera for V nation of V. V V iTh SobpUrs wiU berunde*
GeVWm3aiIey4
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w Uand thei'week'ending '
,m'm'f.Tj ., ; U S.Banjc; .the.Tar4 nialj 'OheW'pljr.temperance'men. -- tion of
a.11 A J U. V ; Imp'roVe.men ; an experioncadFemiPtovisloo. V
PLjnsan.whtCjand V 4nJ aa election jahrb yordera I3cpjpred.! -. > V: tQbe fl' V V tae Second Division of tho Florida .bds beea wade ft4itnqfto1 I' La V
aptp} e in >eHe.charge thing, _pwt tZotm. ; V V 4>n the V
idf V tGiJaery """" Moud i ifny;,French, r ifttiujr auLsnj;eaMuIe,
i first
j1 pi ; tr; Jjfowion irJ&n 0rOc"pb fl&tV&t ha"plates! V
: 4id11Adarn fejsj"v i appolated
: V' i ;remain VS1Para3ise *,lpjnvfth; *injen4he .Pofitica ahnearl* bj aatrfor the.election of county officers l, for which ftdiiiljon*! charges .- V'be
4 4,1' bcforehes.an4d V an amiable pp 8e to the:-Mf ; for ft'MjotPoiera1tOaomiuMJjj44jyjjon: tcconxm Ars rcommosoe&c4 UUfO$ iV
4w ? ?lP'prMchas; Mrfc- V VMV 4V -le'# +
$ her-lofini insba'ad TJtJie'-gPtmarn; dAnUVffTfA L tt ebsyacaner re1gtion'(3en.Jaruea
tr! : llBhll,Kri1 Aol lW T-*; 4 rson / pM 4onroc'1Vcabflet ii? tlia ; lP4i1i l V Pooper. i V--V

hostilities[ by\the Ind'answa 1 Kar.l9 iarciC anacityin >djn ''V V
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tontj UrftUaVfceetoa pieces, for a Ho-op of-warofm> 7-S-indnaancgany, t io fourteen feet ; t iJenirtb,to side 15 uk&est
CuAcrT.. oaerftkUr1I tqrq&n a1 ftia1MO nIiety |f p.fitt da a* (three ieW,)iafbItowwfe's' &"S3 e -

Cii I. -4"4ii-Ti -.. : # -* degreesthe7 remainder '-tj>' formacglfjin uft 1441et Itoi1d cubic feet& '-- 'qisatItles, i- :-. '10. beams 40 lqigttqe 15 incbee -
:oLi &Ot ) i ; 4 Wioety L*!** hundred degwefc $ *; &, 33tlo&do *'403 do'*' "* 30000 stoc rubfnotThii 100 feet 1-2 inch'msboganyf tea1 W fourteen-feet ,
-. ZTI. } jlio'iroreelose mortgage',., The IcpgtU of theutrfa to b measured from (1$ m -d4 M*. iw-a L '130 *do it: kioft .Afceea *to| twenty;inchet wl
Wm. 4i jYT back of the. l odv, aa moulded bheMgles given.jB.oji.r ..124do #* ; 'Theabotd' 'fO'be1n gtaznpIfdw

thiCurt, b 4' _1 bI1d.d1g 1-2 incnes and taonlded 13 tncb- fe&ttiakkptom4sCXlO135 t 1 5-sn42-Iriell rosiogrny.&n to fourteen pIXie, tdSpTiCCheifl4 (eJ. -
', timber.perubicfoot. .feet fifteen inches wide
b1L liu been r long, to twenty ,equal
.L th. $ ue,1b4 & E JEachrof tti lrintended'ttf Ibnstwo .... quantities-- *- : "f ", .f 2ooo4efc
filed iii Iuaed, and that U ha iun ( lIJ5anr & pieoti to>r6rk '14 1-2 nehw, iding-aiid 6 inches .X 1-2 inch,white oak.plank, per .100 fee* fine
thrt gai
crotckveaeeri
duly aa rtM tnahoganyi ; *
that the dcfen e fee '
p1thubrns monidbig; ne tdiniensieriiijj anftllowanee is made thousand 1L5 _
fet -
been ; longer
retsunysfC ft furtherppeMng to vNWs-- '*, ; 1* d4 Cf six 1neh 4ln'the a i vr i No4.
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raonUing the -2000
dait ca flb i waythat heart 200 eubfa feel ln the log not
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2 JH&d Afriaamaliojrany
boarA lit
Vourt upon athdait thittb. ,coo feet. measure, qiialltr: tjfthe"rce toa be tttken out if.deemed ( ot4
ths miirendant .reside .teyond the J-='-- ><7 tleaF--WhUe'-pfbeplifc T :.;.Jfl- andhe b&tractoYw1U'-hw them tWIth4hII proper 'thousand bbariineasurc rc!: H* Jess than.tea f et" long, twentyijlx td thirty ( -
sb0V .motion 2OO' t'bard 'measnre, uUtyi4-wo; -- -- ,. ar- 3oq9 svhite- Caches square.f' \ >-i.jf 'x.4 1 t \ '
lImlti C tb arte<(Hi<>B of the Court, on 1 runemat ; : QPeT -- i'
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:. A..Jkl )UteSeai ISolioltot! for couq4airnt, 'eletrwhfl..1nedMik. 'fj All aforesaid Llva Oak keelson,timber fehaU -- *b usa rca; boarl measure. / t.as No.12
*ppernd 3,003 feet, 'board measur sr.'lst Kjnalityjinch hare grown net ieie.thau twenty-fire mile from 3OOIeet'3-4 ib'whute 4The'abOTe -
IL Is ordere s1' 4 Mil on -or .before the first ." T J clear'white pine plank- .- *!:t' ? a,, the sea and hall-bo jfree ftoniall defects whrch per ; f7Ll6SOcnbl.ft.

taed .r tbe twtM: i Court,w the ewd bill ". 3,009 feet: board wcMure,;1ft quality 3.l-'S-is i maylmleit< *b*g od ,queliyQfhpflrpqo for 1X( >- Vttn rl Joj.t.4 i3,$1-2 x V and 8 M 3
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wiflbe sy $ KfL1tW. raa u : le&r wbitepisPIankc which it is required; U) be got oat straight the sKatog ; white < krplan >tocksn tQbe.inUengths.riot ? rJKhce, equal quantities. .. \ *', %

i fi4 t r4erod tIit&certed copy c( 13,000feet-, Vord3n< i ato t.lst.'qttali vjt34i ;way, and hy f sweep cnyinglkichaa1a,5 ,lec tha8"3&feet arp.raging 23 feet bipIkYunesrs-sfeetlQnE, assorted.; -
Ui. dfuurmuDntb5according < v .* -clear: white pi e plaak.j--- ; fees the moulding -a-, fee -
tbi .p. feetbOaMea1thfl&4tYJ 14-1o way* .43 ,.balf to sqnare 2jrictiesjand half;to Ce4arrloardmeasur4perM. .
jia 000 -
K ,- a' : :, 'o ; &iae'14icbd andupwards at the tctp end ::1-
.. OUGLAS,3adge. c1earwbtQ1mnepIsnk.xlfei ,4L th' 1Olf dabelr4n2-4bi htbIk.' ; l i0t12eees 1 +
pl f' ; board neasure, let qhality t V4jn4i -n ----- Locusf :Timb..rrfe 9thestkkTbmthist 'b rqugh.uaredaccordliit4 : : pJr.

c OcALAWON CPI i ,. clear-wiiite>ipine puuufc.1 ; : thrthorthe'eetd-ba; .,. '1ech p1cc. 63 $ I 22, I lii, v ,, .,
Circuit rt 1,000.feet, board measure, let jqaaHty'l 1-4-inch, ) % no'want,, exceedmg pnerfifUi" 1hidt1i1f 100 feet cUrry punk,2 l-2-iachr twelve to ighfl 117t-eub1 ( tit : -
o1iii L the clenrfiypreai |lankttl.ir=* Aengtl no.t le ?Jlhan ten feet, to average 1 2 inches 'b 4
7T the face .twn inches wide,- ten Uo fonrteenf fe t long, or 12 pleeesV 'ltl 4
fioi do hereby certify tha .4-000-feet .measnrejlst jfihf diameter not less than 10 inches the oflie4l e, aa squaredto"be of the
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for th Couit3 board qualttyij hoof .. ,, sehplee.I5Il ::17 ai4-s- '
the abore 3OI thC OrIh&1 orer9.3 onfl.Inmyofflm. "'"' :cle *cj-jires baardi .uff best quality; freevfroni nil deftetsr .V best quality- freelfrbra 'Jjeart hakes windshakes lOO"equal i Wneh-, twelve' to -lghtocii? ,

:'$ Hereuntoift 2,000 fceti* board maMura lstjqaalityjJHapa 2 pieces tdllow.Locnt-tmnber, 13 Vnbio 'feet; bJ' knot, :'short' crooks, :ana; feetcherry inches pfeuj trf fourteen feat long, equal '
wide-ten
kiot I have tn7b&nd v ciefcf.Trbite ash .. -,: JI4444,4 feet .each; 23 inches diameter.: '
planks :
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i.estj.rnoh 4,
I : --wr.j.j. otherPdefecfs. /The.e'ubica
-' ofhe / 12,000 feet
thh2flth da7 ofJnne, A.D. "contents quantities. ,. -- V p|. -
lit a. timber 37 cubic
-* fcet L.
and 2OCO feet, board ruoasurri quality ; pieoe.Uow jpocust '
L. jga.NCH, Clork. "" .. IslaJvJ 7/cet each 8 sap shaH be,excluded in the meaVureraeifcr" 100 feet cberry-plank, 1 l-2-inn, twelve to egbteen ooo tlo ;
1849. I t. JoRN. ; clear white ask plank4- .. ;,, -fi | in_..,.; 12 inches diameter. fourteen feet long, :
June 23- ia : -- 6OOOfeet! board measure.'1st. qualtty24nch 30 ? rirotctimbct, 150 cubIc feet, 'The1; *jrpmidcuohs timber to be.in lengths inches wide, ten' >. 4oOcidpTo _

'-- : clear white ashjlank. : ;.x .-<. -,jt- kinad42feotceeb,1 x:9: laches diam- riojtlesVthan 20 feeiverg'e; 35feet,* 100 fee equal*cherry quantities.boards 1-incn,eighteen, t J.> twenty.- ., jjncbes an upwraj
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1 4-ff ; 2OOOfoetboard meaaarelstqusIity2 $nch sky. ,: t;
t t Squar6"l 4 inches And the .
Timber &c; be 444Cu.ssNo.:3.- upwards'at lop end : :four inches wide,twelve to sixteen feeMonff; breadth4usuaI leigis. -; -
white-.ash ,one-half
PropoloF' -clear plank; ', ; / ot the stick-to 17 inches. It ,, .," .' .' feet
,, average must -- equal quantities. 2,000 2 cke5 th
.
-/not less than'SOinches wide. ; $, [ 'r49 r -
,
ior NLY.I1 > 't 100 A boards 7-8-inch eighteen tot wca..tyfourincb.es ?t
et ,
EIE > cherry ,
I 1>42,000 ffcet, board measure, lit quality 1-4-inch Yellow'PiniTim6e ** be'roughr squared according to.the growth 2,000 do. aI:4t 1-2 4 4 -2COQdo
,' sixteen'
-----I.: wide, twelve to feet -
il. i- -clear-white ash. plank; one-bait, ole : the treejtd hare'nb'wahc- exceeding 1-5 the, b ji4 ,( d -

'- l. 1NttT;DpAzTMTur.aie an Repair, '' .not less than 20 inches. wide..,;, ,* .- "",r. '> .20,000 touUoi:foet r Southern Yeilow'iijijo pbknjci width;of the face of'-'the'"sides ,squared;'to 100, ,feet long cherry, equal boards quantities.1, 5-8-inch, twelve. \to w.egh-! '- :40 .inchei, wide, 4-t
feet board let .
3,000. measure, 1-inob. -
) quality; stook2t : beof the best '
itfreefron !
heart teen.1 oheswide .twelve feet long; .
qu ,
1S43. shakesjwlfni I8
JuM 13 qua
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ash i .
r clear white boards- ,
t I 10,000cubtc feet $ / fine prbmisrnous -
Southeri/Yellow
4 ir _
Snakes bad knots and !all othe ., \S
de-
endorsed "Pr poaZtfor T.'COO; feet, board measurelt.quality.4-inch. : timber ?., ", -' 10Q quantities.---------- ,twelve eighteen flZa k W4 (b qP4mesesN,) )
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EAlED 1imber1 L4d&i as' the case maybe," BlackWalnut, plank.:. :?, The "plank stock" fo be in'length less than fectsi an .the cnbical contents of the" > sap -- '.,inches wide,twelve fact lone,eqnal quantities. '1,000 feet of p incli tbcko 1'oioso
COO; feet,>board measure, -1st quality 3-inch .35 feet, averaging 45 feet, half to 12 inches 'jded 'irf the.measuremenf '
shall be
Intended ;
is )
Ui. j-1id (ii wbieb the offer square exc 100' feet cherry jois W-4 x 4inchtwelve, fed long. do : -
will(namiimg be yceiv4db ; 1,000 feet board measure- let quality,2-inch top end of the sticks to ,be of the best ;1,000 do 1f 1.2 .l .tnsndr
;
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i4f .liext,for furnishing d quality, 44e-feIed .between ."feet'long. .. .. -
must
15t August
of the tiinfeeV
M.I? T cqnact. at the several navy Block Walnu> plaoki ,!.. ,longleaf; fine grain, free from heart shakes, wind promiscuous : 2000 feet12 and 5-S-inch >white wood- -boards S, f 'tjOOO do -... i '2do n'5. :
-delivering, up* 500 feet board ),1st quality,1'14-Inch shakes the I si Ocfoberrand 'I et WaTeH and-must 5- *
hereinafr itatartl, the timber, lumber, and measure nndall-otherdefocts1 tq bo hewed a fair ; fonrteen to twenty-Inches w1de (borI mea.nm. .- 41OOOfeetofb4fIjnchthjck-
yards other"articlesOnefourth mbcd in this advertisement. Black Walnut plank. ,,\, ; edge, and haverio.more.sap than one-eighth> hare grown within' sixty miles'bi. t C" seacoasVmust -, .) -., cti
of rirolc quantity required at each 2,000 foet. board measure, 1st quality',1inchBlack" The breadth of. the face from each corner,and the, stripped of-- the'bark, or hevir- .
before the 1st "Walnut boards._ ... / cubical contents,of all. sap tobexcludcd in the .N.YyYA1Ui, PHILADELPHIA.CJuss.NoT.l .*- 1,000d&M34 1103'S. '
ttlvered on or i 'S. -
navyyard, mm4jbe i before the 1st September; :i- measurement of,the timbczThe'romiseuous -." ','. '." edvilhin ;20 days after it' is .felled,,andPJiced'clear'bf '-* _
?
July-- one-fonr1on ,.-. -
timber"to not 20
one-/ourth on ID} brfpre the let November; and 62,500 in'lengths inhe.1 poportions of
December 185(). low thSjQ thirty.f .t, to, average 40 feet to "'- mcI..A:3 - fl'lmife
one-fourth on W.befcV the 30th NAVY YARD "CIIARLESTOWN ; square ; : Nor.: &. ;: :'- -
MASS 14 incheS and at the cnd3 ; 'S1ooofecto S
pw&rds
,
the articles within the top averaging i pInk tock.
In of fidli r*to dfever i5oS cubt feet white ca :
times case and in tbeJbr p4 Uons ppecified,the Bureau CLASS No. 1. 16 Inches square; to, be of the bestquahty; ion White Pine limHer, fa- (board measure-pei S instructions furnuhedat the ?rl.; : sia-i ,inch thicfcl,' 8i!

or the several 6aiiaiier3 to have the right to leo4 fine grain, free, 'fom heart ahakes, win thousand feet.) t. Sand 20 inchebJ4e? proportions"of eatb. ;
deficicrdps and the contractor While Oak Timber, fyc. shakes, and tH\ other defects; to be hewed to a fair CLASS No. 2. breadth "*
by-jwrt-hase fcet'3 1-V2 toMdear fall
:,500 inch ; defect
Bupply clear"wh pine, well *., ;
IKS in twice the edge, according to the growth of.the tree'and to
to" responsible cubic Oak .
and his surfclfcs 40,000 .feet White pIankstoekstaverage ; -
7izePinibjihe tAousandfcet.)
have n? more sap than 1-3 of.the breadth of, the e ..ofidi12- 16.feet"longj'equalt ; ( < : -
I forty-three feet ia Iength'none tobe Jesi.ban
contract price. JAU face from each corner, and the cubical contents of 0,000 feet- board measure 3inchVhite'Pine Emvssasti------
the tLmb411ui4b and other articles must .thirty-five long, and none less than twelve quantities. 3Otlfeet q ,
be of the very $t quality, and subject to the inspection inches square at the top end, clear of wane. 'The all the sap to'be excluded'in' the ineasurementTof 700 feet'4 inch clear white pine, 12 to 18 .. plank; forty feet long, fourteen to sixteen 8 to 10 iflcheaj fraie' 15 .toiafeeTJa -
the timber. -A of the 'above timber inches free from defects ,
sSureiacit established for the government stocks to be lined straight tlio siding and proportion 'inches wide widesquare-edged -*** _
and 'way
m< ; ; 12 tojt6 feet long, equal it-r- O't' .
rules maybe hewed with a fair curve of six inches that would injure them as stage plank. lenh
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SversUavy printed '
of the yards be straight have long fair the "
or a curve,
may of the stick. quantities.1000 ./. __ 2-inch feetof
of which b iiilobWBSd on application to the other both sides be.lined tapering "spring one way -1O,000feet, board measure, VVbite'uPine '1,000 ?
different comma may ti r navy agents. AU-eaid conformity vrny;'.with the may growth of the tree. The Tho aforesaid plank stocks" and <"promiscuous feet 3 inch clear white,:'pme,' 12.to. 18 : panel plank, sixteen feet long. eawide. :
timber" must be felled between the let of October :' 1 1-2-ineh White Pine 1'ji .L't
board !
timber, lumber indWMr a tides must be entirely wane piast not exceed one-fourth"the width'ojthafa&c inches yride,12 to 16 feetlong'equal 10,000 feetv measure, .
and the 1st of March, and must have I panel plank, sixteen feet long.-- Cypress, tnasirt.) -
commandants. grown :.
t i -fctfectivc of the stocks, as squared- cubic foot; .quantities: T -
satisfactory per ;
2 -
tiiuWiir'mukt be rough squared, cubic feet White Oak butt inlengthsfrorn.23 within 60 miles of the seaooastmust bo stripped '-- 5OO feet4 board measure,1 1-4-inohWhite Pine feet 1| Award's l.inch thicker .
4,000 "
The white oi1d picAeg 6,000 (juarte
:
2000feet 2 1-2 inch cleavvhTte .
of the bark to -I" feet .
to have ; hewed within 20 days after it is felled pin\,12 "panel plank, sixteen long. -
no '
the trco,
the fnmtbipf to 4fMeet long and from 14 to 21
according to to ,IT) inches qi4e; 15 to 25 feet in .J
wane exceeding, lie.f>(S 5ih( the width of the face inches square, equal proportions of the different and placed clear of the ground. ,18 inches widej"l2'io"ia..feei long, 10,00V feet, board measure/1-inch WMw Kn "- '' .,
the pine tiuirt -equal quantities .* e,boards, sixteen feet long-' length. i5r| > $. ,
of the side ass4u ired.'riAlt yellow lengths and sizes-per cubic foot. !> t- Cuss No. 4. ". ; ; S ,
her must be of (to $erjie quality otLmguaf 40 White Oak knees for cheeks, (say 423 siding 1000_ feet 21-4inchclear whitepine12 to CLASS.NO..S. ,
Sov.hifn >ine, to be hewed to a nches, inch,) the bodies 'and to be from -a. Sr .
fine grain, ?*' < per firms Spar Timber. 14mches>ide,12 tol5 feet'Jong, Domingo MaJi i a yfarcapttant' (loanfi
fair edge,and toJ hiT ne.i; the breadth of/lbi faife'from each corner; the twelve inches; and to forman angle from '110 to 3 yellow pine sticks, or 2C7 cubic feet of spar tim- equal quantities."v : '100 seasoned' Wbito-Ash, for rafters, fourteen if 5-
contents of all Ml?to(bsl xcluded in the measurement 120 degrees.- The bodies to be'rough sided to the .her,50 feet long, sixteen inches parallel. 12000 2 inch clear white pine, ,12 to 14 in feet, fourteen hundred lineal feet. pieces, each'pie 44"ltinchesvihlckvt-, -._. *
of the timii f. Tile feak must bo felled between diameter of .the arms.induJin2J.he bark. Th* yellow pine sticks, or 210 cubic feet of spar,timber -wMcj-12-to-16 feet long,"equal 109 seasoned- White Ash, for rafters,'sixteen feet, inches wide 9fIJ Jong, 400 feet.- p' sf M. ,*

the let Oil obdr *Id The Lit March, and noulding size of the bodies in the middle of their 4o feet long, 15 inches parallel. quantities.- "'" --- sixteen hundred lineal feet.- 4 pieces, each piec !H y hes thick,, 25 iacbw ; .,

must have grow| -witti'ti ;xty miles of the sea- lengths to be from fifteen to twenty' inches- (per 4 yellow pine sticks, or 1.035 cubic feet of spar 1000 feet.1 1-4 ihch"cicar white-- pine 12 to 3 1-2' inches square at loom;5 1-2 by 1 1-2 inches wide, 9 feet lon3Q4 feet.2 .- **.-,
coast; nftst be et'IpM $the bark or hewed with iding inch)-per inch. timber, 73 feet long, 23 1-2 inches, 1-3 from :at the end. _, each inches thick >
in twenty dsys of ''erft fs felled, and placed clear 200 White Oak lx>at knees; (say 800 siding butt. r* 14 incheswide, 12 'to 16 feet bn"g, -pieces, piecRl 25 inches
of the ground; ofli thhsh SStKaetory evidence must Inches,) arms not less than four inches diameter 4 I yellow pine sticK!,'or 722 cubic feet of spar timber equal quantities! NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON. wide; 8 feet 1on'6 feett e..r.l:', -3 C

be given by the|*>nl4-iicwr. by the production of clear of the baik, and the armn.and.bodies tor be 65 feet long, 23 inches 1-3 from butt. ifOOO feet I*1-2inch deaiwhite pine, 12 to CLASS "No...1.IVhite 4 pieces, each P>ecA P(Aches thick;12. went*, -

certificates signeljbyuwb .respectable witnesses, not less than thirty-two inches long. 'Due-third 4 I yellow pine sticks, or 403 cubic feet of spar timber 14, inches wide 12 to' 16 feet wide, 9 feet Jongi, &i feet. ;_, tj j4 y"v
with their depoai io'no, 12. iricUet
of the court or mfegitr|| i within the township or nett siding. 4 1 yellow pine sticks, or 334 cubic feet of spar tim equal quantities. ._ -7.000 sup.ft,2 inch white pine panel boards. : '"
county where the f iuJibofl Yes R-lled. All the above White Oak; timber- and knees' to ber, 43 feet long, IS inches 1-3 from butt. 10000 feel 1 l-4lnch clear white pine, 12 to 12UOOdo .1 1-2 do do 'do wide, 9 feet Jongjfoi feet. : .

Persons offering forlmcre( than one yard, must e.of the very best quality,,and free from all defects. 2! yellow pine sticks, or 147 cubic feet of spar timber 14 inches wide, '12 to 16 feet long, 2 pieces each piecj4 laches thick,13 in.chesi.wide ;
make teparate anfis1M| mposaUfortht supply The ends to be sawed off square to sound o4 feet long, 16 inches 1-3 from butt. equal qnantitiesl -n 7,00ado 1 .do do. do .- 8 feet Iohgj6il4''Ct. *. J 9JfyA -

of each, keeping thrdr4.fartitcs trparate. and and perfect wood by the contractor; 4 I yellow pine sticks, or JKM cubic feet of spar thn- 11000 feet.l inch CLASS'.NO.: 2 pieces, each pieije]J.l-2 inches thieivH -
.clear-hit&pine'i2 to 14
(lnbractltg the whale fuaWy ff all the articlet in v. H bet, 72 feet long, 22 inches parallel. -- "
the dot The cost bf gactem must be distinctly ULAfiS'No.* 4 t yellow pine sticks, or 874 cubic feet of spar tint i inches wide, 12 to'l6 feet loiigV'eqnal jlih.per cpbic feet.. : .inches wide,. -f 'ij ns,56: feet, ; j

carried out, and tl| iipgf* atc of each class correctly Yellow Pine ** fk j b f, 63 feet long, 22 inches'parallel. quantities. s "> :" I 1,500- cubic feet of Ash logs,;yizr To be straight ttVzicd, clear of knots,

footed np, hki hi niaterial to a fair comparison : Timber. ; -i' All-of'the, above YelloPine.Sjar Timber is '4000 feeti-4; inch clear white 'pine, 42" to 500, or one-third tq.be from 16 to 20 Cinches splits, and all pther, fects,. (by the.fpQtK ,.

of bids. *n.1eri| dieous extension or an 40,000 cubib feet fine graiued'soutierii i yellow to be of the best quality, frba from heart shakes, 14 incheswlde12-to: feet S diameter. .._',' 'Say MahoKBAjfiboard tntanri.) *?* "
erroneous ajrgrejr i* nI15j and the bid notbo ei>n idercd.No length, and none less than thirty-five feet long. a fair ede,- and to have no' more sap than 1-6 ofha -. .* equal quantities. .j? 500, 'one-third to .be frorn20,to 24inchesin 1,000 feet of plank/ taches tb/cki'toW \ -- ]

extension oftim fotj kleliverics nnder any Two sides mast be lined straight,' but may retain breadth of the face fyom each corner. Those 9000 feet 5-8 inch clear white pine 12'tb diameter, and .tj'v. I inches and upsHMs in breadth -':. >H ., '' .k

contract will be greeted,, M penalties for non- the natural taper of the tree., Tha other two sides pieces marked **l-3 from butt""are for yards.1 and v14.inches wid3,12 to, 16 feet long, 500, one-third to be from 24 "to 28inches; 1OOOfeetOfbOtttd41iflchthick; "- 'w'

fulfilment will iu, *fl *aaqs bo rigidly enforced; may be Iinedofparallel; breadthj,or with the nat- must be the, same at the butt, and lined full towards -. 'equalquantities.' F diameter 1,000do do iiHj4 do eT
: -
,r ,;
; :
to offer for no and .be lined with > :
ral must
bidders straight which be
arc, therefuereqiaeded taper, or a the end, can tapered off, the large '
more than they are(HUTS ffaj can furnish within air curve., The small cod must.not'be less than pieces to 11 inches,, and the' smallest to 11 inches 10000, feet 2 inch-merchantable white-pine," AH to be from 12 to 20 feet in length, lOOQdo do .j i4. do cn -
t our-fiftha of iho butt end and the small most v 14'feet andupwartli in Tobe16td2Q
the time Epecified. ,{ end -mytheeubiofoot. length. CLASS No.-.. .1 incheswje. -
The price of all i iknafiK red <>' awcd lumber not ,bo less than twelve inehes erjnare,'clear of 'V "' : -, lOOOj feet 2 'inch meTchantable white pine, -- equal a of each,by the fbo :
MitceUanems (board mtature, >thousand feet) .
CLAsa'No. ,
will be estimated i 8ml $ rained! by board wane. No more sap wood than oa ighth of the : 5. 14 feet and upwards length. } .
measure;" tb squ ass.1 *OiLfld timber, unless breadth of tiie face from each corner will be allowed : .Sprucespars. 10000. feet'2 inch 500 sup.ft. 1-2 in.yellow poplar panel boards CL4LJ'q 6, ** ? -
otherwise speciftedbtb'rubiCJOOt." on the stocks. The sap wood to be excluded in 'merchantable"white'pine, do'blackwalnutdo 200 handJ'eacb V *> "I1"r
'"*' 23 55 tofeet of 14 feet- and iri I 5OOZ ; > Hickory ,u ,Ieets in. j--5 "'
: long
Approved sureties i iivzctuo estimated amount, the measaremcat jr cubic.foot. spruce"spar?; proportionate upwards length., '
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In the manner set fo| Ih In t.h'form of the contract, 5,000 cuble feet fine grained eontheni'yellow size, per apart &, < 10000 feet good box boardiv/2-3 16 feet long, 500 l'lr2 do do do length, 4 5nche waare at the butt end,*?" <
centum in addition, timber from 25 40 25 43 to 50 feet long; of proportion 5oO" 1do _'dt A>_ldo li S O l. -
will be required, anttipt- pine promidcuou3 to fcetlong, spruce spars .1 -,, 4-:3..12Jfifctlong.: 1?. 15. a d CLInIth.. sma iorbythT
will bo wUhlttU frotti tb.wunt of each payment nd f.00*.IS tar 2 as collateral socurit jfot fit faithful performance above Yellow Line timber be of the oOt) inches "spruce'spar 6 1-2 to 9 1-2 inches, per es equal quantities. The:whole to' be inspected and-measnred 'piece -a. -

of the contract. petcentum' of each do'ivery cry best qn. ity; and free from all defects/'''The inch' --' ," > 2000 merchantable Albany plank, per pk.! .1 agreeably to the- printed-rules issued bjr.tbe -CLISJLigniimvits 7, :

will be pa'id Utltt'zty( agent within tbbty ends to be saned off square to -sound and perfect JB'.S-- ,"' CLASS No.,6. 1300 "do do beards, p. brJ.' bt which will be fnrnished 1-
days after the ua set&to&$ of aFprvcd bills, in wood by the co-tr&ctor. : '- v' ? Bureau, a copy (&tf4ji\( cfZ,240 jwiioA.) -f-.

triplicate, by tue r of the yard at Ash: timber, Sc.e. CLASSED. 9. bidders, hythe' Commandant of the-Navy 3 tons L'gnnmvia naf proportiou' f .
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CLAM Xo. "
which the delivcritfta. .,.->.,-. 3. _4 ash lags, 14 feet loag and 21 to 21 inches di- Lignunniltc (perLon.4t' .) Yard: Washington. the following** elrsviz 3,4'5 ', .I
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Every offer W a4nnisd| by a written T wBelies.
gnaianty, (the ma resl.iblV tj of the guarantor or JJ1niePn. : t5.5-7 VA l 200 rfiamctcr 1 inctea,rouml, 303.inches ash timber per Inch., 20 to 2i,inches di- -- I.u'ts in j NAVY YARD, GOSPORT'VA; :? '7,'-8, 9, and Id To be free of

be cti1 & feet board No. I-VVhitc Pine :-j.j. t -. ,,7v i i ..- ..Diameter- No. shakes tents cfects. fcSS and all other drHJ '
guarantors to $ a by a navy agent or 2.000 measure,- 1 ame'ter,per inch. "f > CLASS ,1., ;. -
other official person'.' <] by iiitne one known to the inch boards, to ba clear of all defects, such as 2DO inches round ash timber, 21 inches diameter, 12 tons, of 2,240 Ibs., of lignumvlte- 1-2 White-Oak Timber, cubic foot. I I

Bureau) that, if th;( t Tur t> accepted, the bidder knots, rot, si>!it#, 1.aVss, titrains, cuaricncsa of ,,, per inch. : 4 -do ,- 'do do do 15ta-16 \ per NAVY YARD PNSAcOLA. '
or bidden will, witlti4 i |5vc-B&vs after the r calptof quality, esp wood, bol *$, ft'i J uneven sawing-per (K) nehorouu41nsb timbcrj"20 inches diamoter, 13d do .' dodo 13 toJ4 3 ,OOO cnblc feet White SOak plank stocks., -; S ; p -.: -
tho contract ct tii ; FlSlcc daugnaUd, exoeute joiisiiud feet, board nieim ure. do, timber; CLL J'ict.1. .
j () per inch. : "do do .* dodo 11 to 12 1,000 do promiscuous '
the same with t& AJM naiucient sureties to 50.003: feet,board measureNo' White Tine 1 POO foetash, plant,4 incho thick,22 inches wide, 4 *'" To be-rough squared, -from;30 to 50 feet fVhite Oak Timtc. ty-l
furnish the articlet! j-Jp4, agreeably to the inch boards to have not more than three mcdinm' board measure, per thousand feot. 4 do. / do -c do;, do ,.,9 to 10 land
terms specified in th s1 $teinent. andWiiih ize knots within the earrace of Sftec-a feet; to'be 503. feet ash plank, 3 1-3 inches thick, 21 inches 5 -do .;;..daKdo do ,8 to, 8.1-2 in length, to' average 40 feet in length, 2,500 cubic 'feet- pfe i quality :white oak-

may be embodied w tfc<( ?t-.Atrnst. The law of CICt' of all other knots'sap wood, rot*shekel, '- 1 wide board measure,'per thousand feet. 4 do do do .jw-ldOt-7 tp '7 1-2 not to ba 1 less than 14 inches square. at small plank stocksto avtk M, 45 feet long, an4

10th Anust, 134t : l4 i tijf co'isijeratioa of all rplits, holM, and uneven sawing-per thousand 500 feet ash plank, 3 3-4 inches thick, 20 inches 4' do do .do do; 6 .to 6l-2 erid -. in ,, >none Jess than 35.few langto square from -

cot acponitHddcrs ir \ bf{ each gnarauty.yCautioned feet board moasure. wide, board .jne.asnre, per thousand feet; 4'do do do o3to5-1-2 '. IVhite Oj&*thickstuf. fjrCips an1 trettletnet 13 to 15 inches, andlfeHrage 13 at.top.'ends.. .- .
are parti : ti cndw'r 3 inches 21 inches ,
2300 feet ash thick
plank
1 .Y Slack Walnut 'Lb800
.
their offer, as abovt-' % $l. that they may ba < Cherry, ut : Cypress- -, wide; board measure, per thousand feet.- -i'obe of the best quality,of?..Sttpoaiin"gfaiignumviuc 10 pieces; ,each piece' 21 feet in length, 16 CLACT .S ot'<2, ,- ?-*

distinguished from 4h( ilptws loiters, in order 4c 500 feet ash flank,3 inches thick, 13 inches wide, to. be straight and sond .and -S" inches i wide, 10 inches thick,,or 232 cu- 1 \\YeSim Pine Timbv 1 Jy IW nibicfoat.) &
to prevent their bj' $-uiil before the proper cube; feet'Whits Ash butt pieces, from 14 board measure per lhon-an feet. ,bicfeet. : : '
time. :I 4 *' to GO feet lo'g. aud to fivoraga IS inches diameter 500'feet'ash pT.itik, 2 3-4 .inches'lhick, 20 inches free from" checks' ,. andnot less than' 3 feet -feet in 14 cubic feet_ firi'/r4iaed. l ngleafyel.c
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All offers not m4 litjf&Hct coTjforsaity with in the miJIle of t'uyat.Juks.'clear of bark; none less wide, board measure" per thousand fcetl l ong. t-: r-.** idpiece'each piece19'; length; low pin&plank l .TTk a qnaIity1euth' ,' '

this advertisement,1)) 'ifBry. particular, will bepff than 16 incbts ilinm'cUiST-per cubic foot.' '; 2300 feet ash plank,. 2 3-4 inches thick, 17 inches \\H ., CLASS 'Toio-: inchvide.9 1nchsthick'or, 162 cu- not-eu thin' 35, fee '
rejected as informsjll f fl vliosa offers are a will be i contracts forwardproposafi 16 iachcs- thousand feat of ah incHes thick 20 -' '- theiar.) ., i; M -- f't''j154piecc3jcachpiece -- V equate average
oepted duly 444c.an< cickito average -pori 000 feet plank;21- inches Ittckory'JJan, (by 17 feet inlenth- JL4 'ztd '
d witboutd.lav. j board measure. 'at,. wjda board measure thohsand feat. to pe
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Persons offering ek i 4& to designate the 20,090 feet board men sure. White'Ash plink,. 2 2000 feet 'nrl plank, 2 1-2 inches thick,IS inches 50 rough! hickory' BafsJ'.13feel butt.long,"Jo" ; -inches"wjcle,>'8.incnes'thickjor200' -' cu- cL4s4) tI4unber

post office through I4vh1ei fifyvj desire to bs addressed inches thick-pr. thonjaniit feet, board in aanre600 / _'.i' wiAoibWil measure,' por thousand f and the nat r'agecx; Eo whom, the contract feet board measaro, Cherry plank, 2 inches 000 feet"of a hpl nk2 1-4 inchos thick,21 inches 200 roiigft Hickory'.Bars, 5ll-2 feet long,;to 15- pieces,jach phee.ii( ;- feet iiile gth'i3 thweJet.5

hall be seat for exeeutiliU 1 s j "=' thick[ to average "14 ''inches wide-per_ thousand '' "wide, board tnearore, per thousand feet. *****square 3 inches 1-fe4.abovebutL.-, 7.: '' Inches wide,' 1inches thick-orl2OtUT, 2OOOOeetbest: qaaliW r&tte nebrdt *
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FOR ioM kFER. feet board measure" : 500 feet ash'plank' 21-4 Inches thick, 17 inches JS'rougli I-Iiekorybas,5 feet ,long, to ''*** "" '' ->; incfl. ttMClt jt* 5. ,-i C' -*i10,000 -
1,01)0) feet board measure, black walnut boards, wide. board measure'per thousand feot. bicJfeet.t> ; L .
Cnches'l butt f feet best .qu&ljljrwJute
foot abort
** 1 inch thick't average 13incb.es wide- -perthon' 2000. feet-'of ash plank,2 1-4 inches thick 15 inches .,. ,square .3 ; y Whtiidaiear smofl bitttt ; pine plankm *
flicfcory ,far.Cooper,
-, 1849, aind feet, board measure. ,. ts r-n i.fride', board measure;per thousand feet. 100" rough .Hickory, bars, t6rf etcngJ3 -' s ,

Six f I hereby agree to, finish and.deliver at 1,500 feet board meiwure,-black walnut boards, 2WO feet ash plank, 21-4 inches -thick,13 inches ? square 3 1-2 .inches.; : f r \ | 4 pfeces20 Het in length,' bjr the .- 10,000.; feet b st-qnalAyj rhite-,pine.plnki.e4

the navy yard at u ii>* >nt>rmUy with the 1 inch thick, to average 14 inches wide -pcrthou- ,wide, board measure, por thousand feet. AH to be split straight from the bestlquaUty -db 14JT: do' 'rdo' 1,1-2- inch-thitlf. If: -- *'
requirement of the t4reti4tnent from the Bureau and feet board measure a*'* "* 2000 feet ash plank 2 inches thick;'15 inches wide, 4. *" r
of white-.heart hickory, free/from knots 4 10 : : dp -do, 10,000 feet best4qualiJy, mte.phie plank, t.-* *',
Construction Jijuipwat, and Repair, of bOO feet board measure, black walnut plank, 2 board measure per thousand feot. dq -
the 13th June, 149, lb. err.t l articles of Inches thick, to average 14 incites wido-per thou 2900 feet ash.plank,2 inches thick;13 inches wide, and all otlierdel"ects:, -, ? [ ?'. > 4-, dai 8j';, ]db' '"' -. do'' ; inches thl kT.. I XJ, J / ,

enumerated in,,(class ( t K Vr classes and sand feet board measure. .?* -' board naasure. per thousand feet.- : Cypress {(board weajurr.). To.be. not less than'6 inches at'the small 10,000 feet:juaitterr i 'Fqclti.best '
-. for that yard, to!Wit Jf?! ,\ '10.000 feet board measure,Cypress boards, 1 inch 590 feet ash plank,2 inches thick, 12 inches wide, endaiid. 1ear.of knots and straight grained. length to be from 2 4o 16 feetjnridtb v?
t hick-from'20 to 80 feet longand from 8 to 12 ". board measure, per thousand foet.i SObd fcet of cypre33rboards7-S incithik.! _
'f'..LA3:*O.w- inches wide-per thousand feet, board measure'. 500 feet ash plank2 inches thick,22inchos, 5000', do.- do 1 14dd,; ,, ,ooo white,oak;: barrel-'staves* ,; usual" sizes, 'T 1romIOto4iQs.- < .. Tf>? *; ft S' ,
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pieces Yellow Locust, from 12 to 23 fe long, board measure, per thousand feet.L. -, .by.ths thbusand. .5-- : -' : CLASS -' -
cubic feet white at ; ,
i Blocks' f and from 10 to IS inches'diameter, to average 14 2900 feet' ash plank, 13-4 inches thick, 13 inches Blade Walnut, (board measure,)per JLM feet. : i -
fi-jt Hard JVoodPank ,hard -
cents cubie > ara4vrnIs
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clear of bark'in the middle ofhe board thousand feet. ; ,*
walnut
sided inches knees Inches diameter, I i'wida, measure-per 200 feet 4 x'4 inch black- joist, good
side1ln.cl,4-- ticki'orS75 cubic fectpor cubic Coot.,.". -1503 foet ash plank,'-13-4 inches thick;17 inches ** Pinelicinr by the ISOO'supfeet ''eherrjfit >aSgl"ineh thi3te4
at-cents jcubic C'f iVliilt rneiswrt, thotuandful '
anddryv
per | 0 pieces of Fnstic, three feet' long and.,.sixteen .* wide.'board measure,per thousand feet". -. .f ; /* !12feetlongI4l'incbea.Wi&t- ** t

t: ;. inches diameteray:17cubiofeet:;-par cubio-foot. 1000 feet ash plank,.1 3-4 ,inches thick, 16 inches 200 feet 41'inch': black al tank, good 5JOOO feet orp1ank't'oeks,;to be from 35.to 1000 nn. feet blickwil4ui inch thick?ISr* \'

i S-s.---- 1.210 feet board measure.'Cedar boards,;15 to wide, board measure'per thousand feet.- t' and dm 12*" to 1G' feet.lo""' :*>g, 12* to.18*" iri- 60 feet in length, ta ayc'rage"45 feet'inr ---i' feetlong 12 ta'IS'' rMpiewide4 < VrJ sJS tr .
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I = == 25 feet long and from 8 to 12 inches wide,',and 5-3 _1500"feet CSV plank; 1 3-4 inchor thick, 12 inches ches-wide _. '
4ll a length, joto, beltess than 14r inches :>-feet St. ''Demi ifc JmahojpinyTii. >s4 s
of an inch; thick-per- 'thousand feet; board.measure. wide board measure, per thousand f?et. 400 feet ai.2inchblM.kwalnnt planV, goof | -" 0stip
:; -* ",' *' *. '1 2000 feet' ash planfcj'l 1-2 inches thick; 17.inches square at smvJl end. -, in
f.t yeJIon' stocks, All the* 'Ali, CherryfeeVabore'desoriba ,. > -.wide/beard meaanreYper thousand foet.i and dry; 12 to 16-feet'1opg r "", 12to18inches /-4.OOO feet plank; 4 inches thick' '-' *>' '- -. : inches widei i '

at cents per cob 4if be of the Tery'-bssfquality'1 of'rotsplUt, 2MO- feet ash plant,*1 1-4 inches thick,17 inches wideA ." % 5,000,. ',00. '---3 ido : *., I.m l i '5 otiR.feet''St.Dt4no: alp. 3 ',
I cubic feet proniiiIdi ow pine, takci knoti, cross wornbolcsrstainr, -- '' wld Jboafd measure; per thousand feet;,' 600 feet 3-inch black waInvtmlangool; !aijd"dry-, tb.befl "r: :
'Susqaehanha pirie n plank! Incb/knd 10 toj2le ?
longr.15w:2O
at cents per cubic' : -- &s. The plank'nd boards to be sawedto even SDOOnfeoi ash plank; ll-8 inches'wide board measure 12 to 16 feet long, 12' to l lnches videv ', ( : '
thickhess; -' fl": -** --" t'i *-**> <- per thousand feet. -{ '' t, 303 feet 2 l4Mnch black .lndt ylank?good and -. under 12 i infheswWe.\ : V- 9inches: wide.-* :) )'- t
:3000 feet-ash'plank; lil-2 inches thick,board mcai, dry, 13 ta' 16 feet lo 2>g12'to 13 inches, wide. 30,000 feet.plaakv-2'ihcSesTthick- f- e -

= -i-- 4 -' sure, per thousand feet. 600 feet2-inh black..waluut ptipk, goodaic1 dry, 30,000.. aoli; I-2. d .* ," Z--Lr
Slack ? tfieincfy 'r' feet inches thickVl2 to 23 Inclic* $2 4 16fet Ion" 12 to13inlikes wider T'a- '
Spruce 4adPdes.-'By asVp1ank-4
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IfmybidieaccepUd 1 41itra to he addressed .-z... d'61ia 400 -' wlje*-12 td 14 feet long, well seMonoil.030 ." i63 feet 1 3-4-inoh' b1ck walnut plank,good and 33,000 feet boards, inchthick, ; Z&oatfafte 1 ft longt.
through the post ofiioe a rPf, and the contract -. -- *l feet asVptok: 3 inches thick.12 to 2)inches :dry12 toA6 foetlong, 12to13 inches wide.1oc -fgjoe ,oftthe usual breadtbr'Susque- first'4iia4
: to be sent" to'the navy f C .- -"for exeon'A. 30 place*,S7 feet long,,8 inehw diameto/'in the --- ;.widela to 1G feet long?well seasoned..'-.; feet 1-124zch black waln'ut planl4'g9od and hanna:pine N671, or first quality. -be,4 ; hejoos,4O-" ;
tion. espe tiil. B. middle,5 inches diameter at4b f.op en4, cl. of '1300'feerinh pl nk,2 inches thick, 15 to 2 Inches rdrvj 12 to 16feet"long12 18 Inches wide.:! 2ooTeet- v ; boards;. 5-8' Jndflhicfcr'to;be o[ a et1inai1bybeoott : ;- .

To Comaodor. $* the ark-pernch2tO Incbes } i'i ; -rwfda'iSind. upwards,,ta, hardest. and well 130'foct 11-4-inch black:liwalnuYplahk: ood and 1 the < pineIllildOOftelptanfczinchestWclrj "r iaf-rafters! rstqI4y'1Icetieng,4
' Chief Bureau j fCootruW5&e., &*., -"Wasufa6 '40 pieces.35 feet long,7 juditi disnctr Ln ie s : --- '.'. dry, 12 to.16 feet long, 12 to IS inches wide.. j': : ji4uaL,bteadthy.Sfis4trehanna.,,-' ; : eei ia.. j-ju, ,
. ; 1"' "" middle, 4 1-2 in hc?dwnwte? at the top end.. tlearof "SW'M Sl&SkJllM iOThesahtckj 1$to1 "400 feet 1-inch black walnut boards, good and dry, : v *** TO"!
the bark porlncli,2 0 iach s ;>ij /.fjuK J Mnchtes wide, to be clear and well seasoned.000 .-' : ''19t014f8etiong,14to24 inohesjwid9 *quulXJi ; -':
, We,the end* igneaj rtsSdJ-iUof_: ;Jrrthe: 30 pieces,aiTook long,.7 inches diaijjetcr in thmkhIlo4 ? (eat ash plank; 1 .Zinebes thiefc-18i!>24 ; quantities.. ,*, -- .j t i.,, L -., vf,' <; ,1* 15,000 4o I 25 '. 4 Pfc* *
State of- .herebjr. irn > ie, that in caw the 1.2 Inohp a diameter atj U,top eudolpar ;*'; 2 inches widest* be slear and; well seasonod. ,,400. feet 7-8-inch bInckaThntboard ,go d and : ': ,*- J0j breadth,'" SuaqaeBanna-pine' |ia'; $ "
*& ; : ofthebftrk-r-pecitieh,2K) iuchefc. 'r.V 6000 feet aSh p1nk?l'I-t>inches thick, 20 Inches dy1O to 14 .feef long,14 to 24 inchei wide. iiialilV *2 ,air 7"V" .A i"-"r/i9i27 <- S.2%*% jfcs
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wffl, within ve dale th4tce1pt oftbo Cong 40 pieces,27 to* long,6 inches diameter In laetniadlfi -- 'wld'anUw rd.1i'tO" becleas&fll well -- !equaLquauuiaes..' ii3i.; .-. '- -- --- ; o 2| of second' : rafters first yi 6 iVr ieellongf.4>
tract at the post offlce iAiwJa in said bid, exei -4 inches 4iamcwr.at-,the top,end,'clear of ,.. 'i&stned.' -v 150 feet 1-2-inch black iralnut- boards, good and -csiNo: : : [25 oae; quall? !? fL

- eatS the same,-witjj ttM tnfficient sureties, the bark-.-per Inch 240,|nch ?s. ., *, .';;&&, tbf'eet ab 1 k,1! fncb tb'ickj 12 *o twenty-T in'rch'es'wd 'drr/12 to 18 inches widgt' : ,'," \\.l ,'n by W '* !i. :iacflC3l square .in l! j* 5D tteouO*>ix* *.300"** '4k- ? I- ,
to furnish the1 acic&4prppt.ei> in Conformity 100 pieces. 23 feet long. 5 lno1oe3inthoor$1nthemnsddIe $ { ;ft 'l>e clear and well seasoned. .- Ofaet! jralnutrfnoert*, 3 feet long. StniQun' Yetou- .Pyu, *''*cvbufoot. | 'SalJby the foot.; rr .. i ; -

. with the terms'of the'*a4r< rtipment under which a 1-2,iocaeg ,diameter ratAe top end, '350 feet ash plank; 1 3-4 inches thick;tea ,toll STEAMERS T : [-. 6 dat.rafleri rstiqu tife feetlonjila :
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it was made. l< t< ouDI clar"of the bftrk Inch; 600 inches. *. ,.- ,>inches wideyy be"clear and well wawne* : 4* : ; : -4 5beams- ,i45 feet' in.engtb* side.13 tZ.inches K be 5 1-2 inches quitelfethe looms,'Uie ";:* ,; :

: II'ij F, xlorj poles;23 feet long4 Inehes diameter lit the 3000'feet Tislv plank; '1 1-2 inches thick,ted to'18r Mahogany, (board m&uurecr one 1tun-. -and moold.1 5 incbes,925cubi "- fCk* sr .
: hereby certJJv, t bttO Ilbe8t of"ray knowlnarautors; ; Middle, 5 inches dianteUr the top end, clear*f. wtfrftfehis7 wide;'to be clear and well soaeoned.5K .- '", '. blades to"S 3*
edge and belief the ajpt.scd sr.goodsndiumf.nt. the oark per pole; by the polenta *rp feet 4 Inch ash plant, board jaownare.- ,_ til2ineh drdfeet't.: tVftfeet. >: ; I ; .i.-v 5- rafters,a) O' inches 4 and 2ziicbea.cthc *t .-
Jv avrAgent,, -- AH the above'(rpars to be of the rtry.best qnalHy -, 5OO0dot4Wt 5 dosdo; 123 ret3 mahogany, )Oo U feet'png; 40-beaais45feet in length,to side 1 2 inches, t the laJepn iSSPfe'

s4 *5 ,'straight and tre.Ilomnsli'def.ete. ft yp : 3 K> do 2 1-2 do do do *-, -. .nU to 16 inches ide qaal..quantitie*; ; > -- rfjand.mould l4iinches 2>100, 4ubitfe
: +5tO'd6 2'.CdO 'do -- v. do 100 feet 4-incU mahogany..' 1% I o 14,feefc ifl 2fl'41MO1 83 dohJ'd&5" to 16 inches wide,-e4ual quantities.*,7lL- ** 'rnnu; r1ttGATE .

$n *; :.doll-2do4 dw 'tdG- 100 feet 3-inch mibogany, It) to 1 1 feet long, 12 to 10 b'eams46 f feeffrrlengjhJ'losfdftlSinthes, 12 feet long, (per' cabl
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1 lncla,) Ltvt' Ooi rl-lJi. '-5-l 5OOdo134db') lol :""do -3 boards'* do *' ; .'do5PwblWOlCoa17 dou- .-.-..- mahogany 10 toi4te1ong c1eet124uah ....and'mould inches670 cubic fe>t.- .- fetUF
Lrvo nantiUe. 16 beam 45 feetinf ngt6>rdel5inche8V' : iiCz.ka&Not '-
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eof ( e fitot feeVjlong-or 8foetn IDto 21Icbes wide ) 1tT&jii'
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white knee inches
the net sidinr oak ofue third* (q*t4*& .7 laches sdod, the net,) .- -'class; (two set,) as f 1towi't'! tt'lrJ' *-lefnitthr-by the foot. /' '.* u St-if 2:fl fret 2-Uchmaho"ganydq toJ4 feet; long, At10Df66fel34ncbto 10V ; ::1moald, riinehe 6J'cdbid( f Et.- 1: k -

siding of one third U b. ,H&i *i. and tho net si- < lOG white wb parB'W'faefeloBgiorl6iOfooUn ? 2-llnches-wido, eqult'quantifies, ten to toteen; feet J jf)liea.Tis.42 fcet anrUngto, td'tS&-i 5 inches, -
din< of the other thira,(o b* reh s; foarmtobe r- ( festongo,225fOOttfl" *t | iogany ?'4mllnoul4 14 ih'jhes;' 2 rc\HS feet ? :t -

in lengths from 0'feet L4t and 6 inches; ,, 15Wb1tbb- op.fl5 3ftaftSE5 lpteams nfeeijn Jehgth' to side 17 incbei,'
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thioiobsnJoiia 5*1-2 $OZl-2j 2 do 22 ,do"11 d&tl length IgWUhoO.nufeu, by the foot.tBOG ioegor4233 feetlu1f1eogth 20) foet 1 l-2"lnottsittaboganj, .lgbto fcfcVifod .Mduld'iJS Wches-825cnb feef" cu 3needci Ln* b&t. ,ket,
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i averaging 6 1-2 feel., ; .. ; 'vfes, *, ; 'dG- flfteenjJ&obBli
? .. ..* "-*fononeJthlrd twelva to wdSj 5Oi25kn
The bodies are to.tdt .the diameUr.of >To be aided,23 inohw and 'moolded 11 inches bbe foot. t third'eliht en *noh stwW f narttilri2f 9.bem4 'ftet1rtIen5gtbvtfyrKjittnches; ; -
the arm;the siding sixtr LIb4 the middle of the Esehoftbep1.cc* is IritendMtdfonn two pieces whit.- J>on twJotyfoufTnchesderoq<5 tpianliti** la and jnpulip inches,'81 ctbjfe faetl V; '.d4rtChs 41o n

length of the sea. ( Zez.. ikI'hr.e4ourUii ,to Im worked to,, |*ftiches 8idinj;'and'sl nchmoulded. 236 feet -14nqbnahOgUY r eight.;to,twelve feet; "5bms,42 feet in iengthv tirtide'-iTlnfihes; fceUn4er .12i hes -

of the ihUim or diszjot. $ 41iba:oonsUerod thnds1diogo.Lb.kn .nett.distension aV': llowftrfo iiSn d t ao :. # !4if; -Ji<>i I* Maarter twelve,toiflfteen- incaiea and mould 15 inches, 37) cnbic
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LTh. moulding else ).''in tho"mlildlejof the piece may bethntjaotoW Uken.pntif deefnea'propertMdnwith'rtfej flAflth(forlz n ssblim0t had "qusrtertVOfll W16 rr1debne.qnater4 .one 10 Jwamv'lHeel InfenfaSfo side 15 inches, $ vgbtftng4 'c3 % ,
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i Tin Queen is *bocvMit Ireland ana it is might arid courage'of the Soldiers this.Republic. IVtttrrn and Souther''*State' Apply to,the pub of Bending them for 'examination.The Post i* a times, 1f the 1f&IIb7 of,.iahIonhaa'iileuced Board- .,.per.month!"Iq a'tbe ftW-f 4edeiyflj"
ofLundy Ibhors.if. ; familr aper-and no article, not calculated to enter : the"olee of prudence if you will not hoe'TtolsL&tI
.upfleitet1tbe royatpardon. marshalled, by, ,t e'ACb1e. veteran Wit.h.thaboriw rk'ma1 W T cIr AtibyAgit.TUB the family circle ,can be admitted into.,its_cot i take precautionary measure to'prevent diseases -! '. reeker,essIon, It
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I : OnOrb t.accoUrom: s"ere}-indin :in twi' ct4 : aiiitf a S ;'Ourlbmi;* % .5 I cared ere tt i*too late., Attend to a alight eeld at S "rbeae IChoo- beutBadsh JlIO
the : nit volitmn royal.s; ; iiSotib subscriber I .Borabottleof BuxIwf CompoundSyntftf ao4.eliibl. Iocstkons a IDees.
recording Po.ttto'itn1i clar
: The! New YorlrTHbune/in The i enlarged. once.,
ord.er"tq-A.r : proposed nnsto tyi' wit* the Uutaryr u>wMwg, ,oj ligent lad monl io1aumtIes."Garygburg ladies i : uniform wilL,remain the same, vii r 12.CO per an- Wild Cherry.,we It, and thereby Dip .
I ,the'tnumvlrs,:whicb4t' was';': thought, would death.of ,lwq eistew;":estimable_young ; 1nOt.lM 13Oit2tS: ". :, '- S numTfn* advanee; #3 00,.It not paid advance. 1 consumption in the.Imd, .d..TOld lou-years "'I Northa.mp&oD; I. direciiy at &11. .funetlett rl ,
the Portamoutl
b'cci k f': of Cholera,"says"(; .' ne Libtuybtietbt lo ..uactently For$5 IQ) in.advance, onecopy will ,be sent four suffering, terminating too oftn only in.the grave "1I4;WiJmin-j---I'Ra Roti Wi '
:, Thje English (;mnment| 19* reported to We'are'.informed that they wereso indiscreet loot to be-known '.u!'conUlninir-large 'it]I Be not deceived by the too many spurious, worth I RIdgria ta 1sMiien: i,N.' O,at RWgWay fcf '

laTet! aso partake'of green'gOO8'berr) 'pie, amount of valuable readinjfi and a number of excbllaat years.Red. d',Ttrmt"tociiw,... less preparatiou Wild Cherry,whered into notice Poe shall'osUbe givethS Roleti4 Outo.Rail aosL ; .
presenJ.ed"iendlv. remonstrance their'dinner strawberries for their tea distinct worM Dd where else to be found.If -?: ,I ,In order-to accommodate that'large.number of I by ignorant pretenders; but tee that the signature ;; ecessaryatteatfon it'tlew
for schoow
against the bombkztEof nC the .it,contain were published in:wparateboolu *t1e.1t'hichta and itoeMfiia- company with oneef U
\1rgi.1g what who wish to take the first claw paper but I or Dr. H, SwATHKi on each bo *
ihey.partook.of ice persons officer of the Co '
to
French Govemmepf; & propose1 terras. V- i and:during the evening' both ,,TWENTY DOLLAES would not purchase them; misUkingly" .think' they cannot afford it, we have i the only guarantee against impogitlonS inations* ff-j, attend,the annual exam.
cream -the followIng.day: they were 6 'P Es fc', crnbf follow i' ',hn'l1&1XJli restored Health.. grade. te students and admit qua
/ScWejwigaflai? drawingra idly\o a : concluded. to reduce our t rm*to a* to fled tola '
;
applicant different
.
*
: Their mother,. whose health was "" S I do 3 4 COPIES ;-' r'annum. Read the most remarkable cure of consumption iD Collage
>
oonclnsipn, and a Iy i settlement! was expected corpses. for History;in sheep..WndingJ $5'$9 .I, ,J. loOcr ?'. without/um/r, j, 7. :? r
bad into the .country a .!* ."" ,3,60"' 8 .- ever placed MOB record r -
to take impaired, gone Library, Persons end1n.tibe Preparatory
DepaHoMron
place jjyS fortnight "s ." ; 13 ,n' '- :i S1500 Da. Swnn-DE.uSItIItul: ; a deOi of
of aIr. The Set, : 6.O _. scholarship,frn** end to the school
The defeated21st change t' $2000" In, the ricfaity
t HangananjK-'b'tre": "S ,. 20 -: gratitude due to you,and a duty to the afflicUj of

I. by the Ausrians'o ifi, ult.. and forced ,'u FRKED oCRACT"iN IoArhe: 'Free A for liberal cash.discount" Is'ini4e"to' Agent, S purchasing: ", And one Agent or,eiter up:of'the ciub.'f, Port. generally,to.offer'my humble testimony in favor it pade with Colfegfe tbe.criber..rgfts sa some. special W.A.8MIa arsnsin: .

to retire l'wher .Three. Comes ot the Saturday of your Compound Syrup of.Wild Cherry:: Some ,'L .', "
4 y : .from.tbe na- filers have nominated the following Board !---f, S SS and one of either Graham'Magazine,or,Gody' three, year since Iwa* violently attacked with ov'
tine of hedutj1ey: will be able to repel Public Works: WnI.Al1sonof; ; Monroe, The Publishers append 4,few of'the notices I iady'. Book for iii dollar ? .. cold and Inflammation of the lung,which 'waa TOT1EP1O'SOUmWESTERH vj SOTJTHEBX..

; theinvadifgthmeuurnorsaiinounceavictory for President j Dr. miller of Van Buren,and which the History has' received from the,re- Five Copies of the Saturday Evening Post, and accompanied with a'very distressing pain _.. STATEjT.
for the HIianand ther Two of either Graham' Magazine or Gody' lA- In the breast and'bead-.a: eonsiderabfedis. ;
yet reports -, and very
announceAustrian 'is raging1'in the Dr.. .Waters.of Muscatine" for Secretary' ligious'pressi; S S dy'Book,for ten dollar'., -'_* S charge of offensive'mucus from the lungs,especially THE '' 't---: CONTIN :

I Treasurer: 'FROM Rrv: 'WM. WH.IJAMS,'DilD.-The Three Copiea of the Saturday Evening Post, upon change of weather, however slight. .At A Popular& {N ;N,-
camp. t H The Iowa Freeman, the organ of the Free new.edition1: of Benedict'll"Histol'1. seem to the and.Two of the Ladies Garland,for five dollar, fir"1 felt DO alarm about my condition, but was fral 14 JifksanRdsson.S

J The Magyars ic t to be 'di pla'ing Democracy 'has been enlarged. D.M. Kelsey" subscriber a book of much value. He has made S Six Copies of the Saturday Evening Post,and pretty soon'convlnced that i'.was rapidly going '
I enthusiaithan KOSSOTH large extracts from the history'of the Mennonite two of the Fountain, (containing 252.poI of original ,
-
greater ever. has associated with hint;as Editor, Samuel the'work Into consumption. I grew daily weaker, and at "nRtSa
: Martyrs. From the pat'Tarlety"oC letter and a of Sartain'* Magazine engravings -
press walk S
has ordered ytAustrian able to about
to
length
was scarcely speak
'prisoners or
;; I L.Howe,: The Freeman is' tbe'only organ which furnishes these, the extracts wUI.to'our ,) for four dollars.., nch.w. the $a .'::1 4r.in'adva., .
< ; work on. the RaltiyAncona;J ; is raid to in the State 'Several churches have, besides their own in trmsicinterest, I above a' whisper, exceeding weakness ( i tU
Ii'fil HE'W.srnn4
of the party of 1 TI"ZT a paper ef
A. this time I
I Premium Offer. my lungs. 'During had tried '
hare destructive bom- of. As to the Baptists j .. ,
surrendered charm JL
j ltter, a i the havebecome Free.Soihsh. the additional novelty. various largest sh ,J'i If printed on good paper..1I4
Cass"'papers and but found
))1 : bardment jiSF'pToposals for capitulation of the United State he has with laborious fidelity The preparations prescriptions with fair type,air?{H all the characteristics
althouf of late since Col. Benton has asserted the of historical and statistical premium offer made in the lat' prospectus no relief-growing all the time worse/Just hero tf 6
,
l were made :jbje( of the beseiged. compiled mass of the old firm, will be adhered to and continued. I advised and in popular family jofrtwsl will compare favorably
I cu ; part constitutionality the Ordinance of 1787,as when else to bq found, and which ( was persuaded by a dear friend best
no the weeklies he
S Intelligence The offer is follows I .vt country. It ha been tk.
: 1'I'hefII .V !. as t of
.llA.5hUD.RIlRI' Wilmington to make trial of Wild
I r of the make your Syrup
uur'.Tcrrftories.--TheI -is a- subscriber,
would, in:the judgment S aim of the
"to
applied The Post Office of town in the Union editot/.ty preserve a high moral ton ,
pended. -The ad? |i f rom Prussia and Austria call in the last Freeman for a Mass Conven- his volume almost Indispensable to'every one of which we shall receive any the greatest number of;from subscribers .Cherry.., I must confess that previously had I and to maintain ri t Je1'&ted standard of Btenrv*
I' been
medicines 1
: of the prejudiced against patent and .
are much rrion .jiacinc than heretofore' ofBenyCo. our pastors, and abundantly'deserving patronage i excellence,.givinC' tft iU content such'
.: tion of the. Regular and Free 'Democracy' of our to the Saturday Evening Post,during they am still against those coming out of the hand of a vark
and churches.
I ,..The-Jewi&h.DisaV lUies Bill has been rejected to form union "embracing tee study ar between the 1st November,-1847,and the 1st empirics, out understanding your claims to: the character a* to iufibrpat and instruct an mind*a|
:
: I by the BUouse of Lords. the Buffalo Platform." A "coa FROM EDwARD UNDERHILL, EIQ.l Cor. &: November, 1848, (the papers to be mailed to inch profession and practice of medicine and having please all.taste*,jl&sides the,cUfI'e'QS newajfilk
of kiid.Thevolume
principles of the H&nscrd Knotty* Society, Ea Post Office to subscriber eign and dome tSa columns of the Conuntit
'& : or through it,) shall be implicit faith in the saying of friends I forth- ,
IVe Jolt of lition" Convention of both these factions is indeed an Encyclopedia of Baptist Literature ; my are supplied W h'
'' find the1 "ng fuller 'accounts County entitled to a continuance of the whole number of with purchased of Dr. Shaw, one of ,:1. 7
I' I' ffie Hungarian battJc? in the New-York Ex had previously been held in Lee Co. and Baptist history;'a book for perpetual the subscriptions gratuitously;'for;one year after a few bottles, and commenced its use.your My scents disease S Tales, EasijS1etrhes,aiUl Pot.1II .

: jf The Cass "Democratic" State, Conventionwas reference in every thing relating to our external the expiration of the year for which.their sub was at this time of twenty or twenty-five months from many of:th4al4est writers.of ,Use-eoun if .

J4; t S press : to meet on the 28th nit. and the Whigon affairs. scriPtionsehall have been paid: standing, and consequently was deeply seated. .1 and the choicest)fetions and origraaffrai

1 AUSCTA 'IDnuNGARY-We have the 30th. The election takes place on THE NEW YORE RECORDER.-The work commences ,'Tbe papers will be continued OE, either to the found, however, considerable relief.. from the us4 tions from the lit4nt.nre. i of England* Frsnceu4,

I I: teceived Vi nn:'. to the 24th inst. The and beside the Board of with a review of the dissenting parties of subscribers themselves or to the agent through of the first four or five bottles. But being a pub Germany.' i: -.;

1 I.;! \ last'b1tiJ Jes the banks of the the 6th of August; early times, among whom baptistio sentiments are whom we may receive, the orders for quantities, lie speaker I frequently attempted to preach with The Lfttertfnyni Georgia to Mauadtuttift,
S details of the on Public Work", the various county and local traced with more or less distinctness. It increases and to whom the package or package.. may be directed my, increasing strength, and thereby 'ruptured

W sag had not yet| aced Vienna, though officers are to be chosen-N* Y. Tribune. however, in interest as it advances to later periods or to both if there should "be both in the. those vessel that had already begun to heal t in pronpnneod vindicationof by tirbo: Jonth have from-read the them>ilanden the alI *

I it,would appear &i! 3su1t JS the.jrus3 where facts are established by more numerous and same town, as the case may be.Alvnyt this way,doubtless, my cure was greatly retarded.In falsehoods of noih< n fanaticism that ever emv 104

tratronofamostjoSAtinate! altt.ptof .toe ELECTION SCKNJE'AMOSO THE WEST INDIA incontestible historical documents Since the in Advance. consequence of acting thus imprudently,I bad nated from the Ire i, will be followed" by'otW
fv election the French publication of the earlier work, a good deal of progress to use twelve or fifteen bottle* before I was perfectly articles on the'Ul.ot Federal "Jaatou
at The our
Hddgarians la trdRAjHie Waag. NEGROES. The has been made in investigating the characterand money for Clubs must be always sent in ad- _
restored. I have much smaller
no question
On the for two Members of the vance. Subscriptions : be' sent at our risk- involved in the;4re&3e now waging against ft* _
morningiojifhe; 0th inst. they iClt :, Island Martinique, history ofthe Anabaptists of the Reformation, may number of bottles would have made me sound but institutions of hit Swtthern State

actually got pos-jeersiyn: of the right bank of s':;tional'.Assembly, has been a'great event and Mr. Benedict has made'good use of the addi- (when.possible the -sum the is cost large'of, a draft which should be be deducted procuredif. for the above indiscretion. The Syrup allayedthe of dutingnished. SofJierner*. ,from. the,poj .,

S S the river bu.tteye eventually Tbliged to amon." the. 'PeP'e-' 70,000 enfranchised tional,information of historical'which has been gained in this from the amount.)' Address. may-'_ feverish habit, did away the distressing cough, Dickens' rvoL-. ,..Voinbeys" : ''
literature.
: department 'Indeed we' a stop to the discharge'of matter from thelungs
.d the Besette put '
return to theJr'forWev position. : uPon oCC3Slon. .a DEACON & PEARSON'
laves vo think this of the work classed muthe
S part intensely interesting, and gave them and the entire system good justly most Popular'piodu ts
I, In the meantimd \Stn. Georgey had come colored b\d PUl ol.a Planer! were returned and worth far more than the cost of the volume. 98 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. health. I have deferred offering this certificate of that able writeif, *given in entire parts imas.diatey __

J up with remforceoe<$& and the Imperialist bya'iarge oAjr. 130,000 votes ;'. The.work contains likewise an extended review Editors copying the bove.'Or a fair abstract" till now, for the purpose of being perfectly satisfied on its arrml l in tV country. A eerisssf

\ 'I' leader Wo1i1gemuthivith his 15,000 men, were polled Besette &* suffered punish- of writers and writings on the baptismal con- it, or who will give notice of the new firm and enlarged with the permanency of the cure, and now tales, ilIustratiyg.ofAmerican J : history,i* in jr.

!i.1 was reduced to Iae4jeess'i Acting entirely the bands of the peters in the cause troversy, both American and' foreign,-some of paper (we auk not that they shall be praised) that I feel perfectly. well,I offer it with pleasure. paration, and *sr'i of _
; ; of ment at the late them exceedingly curious and.,interesting. It in their editorial columns, shall be entitled to an REV. J.P.JORDAN. 'LJ(.' rSjTritwi Major Janet '
on the defensiveiI: he arrival of emancipation He participated in then to the distinct consideration of i.' _
tipon proceeds American exchange. Such as are already entitled to an exchange S Dublin County, N. C. will be .
'P. { Russian. fierce baiL ensued ; allowed Baptists, whose rise is narrated at shortly poi[r n ed 'Bat we need not p.'
reinforcemtc'ts a revolution in France and scarcei/ very con- for the current year,-shall receive the tieularize. _
Our
: i which continued.tiUjjsght parted the conlbat- Provisional Government to TV'?** into siderable length. It is a useful study to inquireinto thanks of the new firm. 4In.s proximity to the great peliieal _
I: I the get the sufferings of our fathers in the cause of JOB PRINTING *sd literary,emporium' of. _
I: ..nts.j4 '11" *' before for the enn- commercial! disseminate' latest
he petitioned *> inU-
.1 'Iff'' opCfatioti, I I truth-men of whom the world was not worthy, .
I .i' The fight recommfrjfced on the afternoon cipatibi''. of thE backs) in.all of the colonies .enturingon: American soil, fines imprisonments, TO THE PUBLIC. NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE OFFICE OF THE northern .;i te a*.promptly a*any of ew _

\ j : \ said to Tripping and exile, because they asserted andmaintained FLORIDA UEPUBLICAX. conteu.siriei; and as oarpaper fa". _
Puicol
t t>f the following dajsr'ftnd lasted throughout of France. Bese..te and are the sentiments of THE HOME JOURNAL. large and chea-r iww'fetl' that we have at Iei4u

S f I: till the evening an|01or the whole of the bje of the Red Iti"luban; order.Correspondence bGod's house and the Baptists rights of on conscience.the ordinances EDITED BY MORRIS & WILLIS. equal claim wi1h', $:worthiest of.them to ttten* i ___

ci .{ next day. '}: t This 'portion of the work should commend the t1LLER'S hOTEL, Washington City tronage of the e4if ern public to whose pectmv j

t S .J TheHungariansKiAght with furious obstinacy the &&> lk. fubll71t. work to all JJ LDti5tS. It is well printed and PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAT, Et THE CITY OfJCEW .I': .,D. C., corner of Pennsylvania avenue and interests our ;Joi il (fa especially. devoted."IV
J of And handsome volume. In 12th street,EDWARD H. FULLER, proprietor, termined to do an I i but they ciid not prevail against From Bermuda and \V**d .dle0. makes a large possessit our ,YORK. who most respectfully calls the attention of.his tronage,it is tnoA ttcpectfully solicited. 'Addr 1
: !i the united Imperialjs Forces and after three opinion all Baptistsh01d paid- J ** "5 ____
I' a BERMUDA, July 6, 1S49. REGISTER. It At ItcoDoOartftr Annum. old friends and patrons, and the travelling public post _
11" battle THE NEW YORE Ex""* presents J1'EIUISi
days Gen. Geprjrey was compelled to in general, to hi'present'establishment now in
i lead his troops bacttejionTarkashd Negyed The Legislature of these islands has be.-n an astonishing amon.it of statistical informa- full operation, having opened on the lit of December Single copy S of tjB tt foutiueat, one year: "P _
of the
reader how
I j and Guta. : |t' I busily engaged during the last ten days Jn I ,ion and excites the wondtJ last last. The bunding i* entirely new, and Three copies,. 'f if:J: ,-, I
j'tHe -
,. j sn .fl its detail it could have ,eia collected. In IN November we commenced the publication erected under hit own immediate superintendence .
Tariff for the financial was Sevencopiea, (jq. _
crossed th V arranging a new year, ; of the of the Reforma- of this and novel _
\fate at the two first mentioned the a.count Anabaptists family newspaper on a new with the strictest attention to comfort and Twelve copies,. t if,. ., ,-,
this and terminating 5th -nthor has availed himself of tLs informaobtained. plan. No similar intended to contain the 'iJi
; I 1 places and t qed by destroying the commencing day tion 1" work, convenience. The rooms are large and airy with Seventeen copier ,, >

I i I bridgeat, Negyed: At' Guta the fugitive July A, 1850. disturbance broke out tion American re IJtlt'}ap'I including. And an the account history of of their the I,, PICK of of our the time news,,' elegancies to CULL from; opinion the wilderness and literature of fireplace each and and comfort.furnished The in furniture a manner,beds combining AH new subseirifcm: single or in elaba 5. 1riIJ") j _
luxury '
alarming
.! : Hungarians made 444dagainst their very entitled to a panftiM of"A Voice fro 0t
1 Imperialist their impr-onme t8' and their sufferings, the hour'. ever flowering caprice, and to RESCUE &. all the house. ropy _
this labors bedding, are new throughout "
I : !. i foes,:and beis'gf-'Jfurrounded by swamps among some of the convicts at Colony, is worth the cost of t.'e whole volume> tic jood; things else lost in the bewildering &tage The ladies parlor is most spacious,'fronting on South, comprhtag .Iettors from Georgia te 1>Lsachnsetts _
1 'r on the 3d inst. and painfully serious consequences novelties adrift had been and to .t'bo Southern States; alsa,tb
of
; oa each side ajidiodise; to the fortress THE CHRISTIAN CK5o .E.-We have looked previously attemptedby the avenue and opening on a splendid balcony,the back number of the i
containing DtJdlr
.1 j'j': have ensued. One"of the' men-a It bears the marksof others."S : which in taste and willsniete paper
Komorn it was 'fo&fci a matter of impossi over this work with interest I furnishing elegance & Son,"gratis,j 0
f I,r bility to thlecc' very bad character-was about to receive much labor. The matter herein embodied could That we have labored successfully in our vocation with any other in 'the Union. Private
dislodge
__
for mutinous conduct investigation. and produced a paper remarkable ,for its interest Jor Parties requiring such accommodations i S
S The loss of the corporeal punishment ; have been collected only by years value r ir.arI.i" S SPECTUg,
jjljtrtgiarians and and popularity, and to .
Imperial- one adapted throughout no has ,
5r Iii and is the,whole ship's company THE BOSTOX DAILY TIMES. Though of especial ,In the taugements expense t ,
ists were almost! h about as customary, the want of ALL CLASSES OF sociETT; 'we have render it in respect nnsor- i4OPTHEFJIthDA. .
; tNt'iz., 3,000 i every
men
.; l S killed either (the convicts being quartered in hulks) interest to Baptists, it cannot fail of commanding sufficient evidence in our extensive and npidlylnCrCLQng I beenspared to-Wtthfarfoii. The benrii WHIG.- .
oa side,| { an1i.i..1
the attention of all into the 'gher I pu by
; inquirers circulation in the universal '
witness the commendation
, l j -i' Iti is generally jbeievel| that Gen. Georgey, were mastered to brother in the punishment ship.-- facts and real philosophy history* The hisi-?'? of the public press, and above all,in the flattering *every way:d.IM8181Ioase>W J JnTabontmi" the y -To the lFTti&4ltfat' flori&v.and to '*X'i6n\\ ___

" ,.Wt S ___t'diiietreat! acsg1the I ; Waa, fell back The man had a same of that denomination is intimately connected V.'t1that encouragement and cordial approbation of I between ,the Capitol, >. illtn-wtd i. j.di""I Jl4t 41&'of.ThItt _

upon &morn aijattr iliiisTreaa ...t 1'lr. When the- prisoner was about to be tied up of the progress of the human mind. And thejuumecutions I ouT numerous LADY READERS in every sec- executive departments.. .. thebnsmeM ,sound,Poh'ifen, ffinciplet, *ar
'
E I at rresent at Goni'o'tir'; Raab. to be punished nWTV'utfacr ie pod on jhk to which they were at various times tion :!the country I S From E. H. F.'.long txperien' ) be TIlE 6mino;.j Wt is franzht with unpartuii- ]

: ;.!f .' It .'-,&.. barrier which divides the forward from the objected, and their uniform advocacy of the moat The scPe< dwga and character.the;Home i (eighteen years in the city'orwI1I S.Un* to the Whig,. j Florida. The voice of oar.__ __
j .., I ** S after of the ship a.?d, brandishing a enlarged principles of toleration, must win for JociuiAi.'iii3cr i from those of any newspaper heretofore : fMIiI' assured of affording satisfaction MB for the flstPi4t *.isheardia the electiof tt j
part honor their 8OU'DZwblch __
.5 I:';; As IZRESTI&SC4U HISTORY. tbeitt the sympathies of all enlightened minds.. A The contents may bun with patronage'in Chief 2Iagist ot the _
o? Thefollowing established. are fitted to engage at.ef Ci1WaR ro.es.
t, :.f I 5 1 large knife, called the prisoner by name, andgivE bistoiV of their origin and various fortunes must the attention! of the man of business,. and bea no exertion will be,spared" on.his' part tu 1.
: is a copj-Jjiif! an advertisement inS I a signal (doubtless preconcerted) to the be insVnctivc, ; and such a work is this of Mr.Benedict source of elegant instruction and entertainmentto merit their approval ve to.91 j tb een; and Legislators elwfct] ___

,tbe..old Kentucky;jSzette-edited by JohnS 500 assembled convicts. ImmeaVately about S the domestic fireside and family circle,and tt The charge for board $1.50 per diem. .wh "will d felve the appointment ef rJtj
: : The Bar furnished with the choicest selection _
barrlf-r THE ALABAMA BAPTIST. -Wo commend this combines the and novel attraction of the is : a &'Seu w: jsda
of striking
250 the to the (many d' .i- !
I Bradford of Les dated gang sprang of Wine and that the _
;, rtqp September 6, great work to our readers. Let every Baptist in Liquors Cigars market iucsr;
the interest of the :
newspaper with more abiding l
and .M'I5.
illvolrc
of them having knives in their hand*,) It afford : -_ _
the land will instruct
P'f'j'' secure & copy. and comfort It ,
1778 class U printed_in the S _
.
, : 9 I f S were about to overleap it, when the Overseer and encourage him in hit pilgrimage, and bea folio higher farm, oflirioJiCala.superior paper, on new S APorter will be in attendance at the ears on fur gtaTi !? : .. ?n, ..''" ,tbi&1111I

"NOTICE. Tsieriujiscribers, being proprietors called upon them to "fall back." They diSregarded rich legacy toL'is children. clear type, obtained expressly for the purpose; andis their arrival to convey baggage to the Hotel S free mastery vanquished, relUh.irretrievably.'WU1- ** .Vier'5*
I
S S of a tract iff Jandf opposite the mouth his mandate; and,as it was quite THE SOUTHERN BAFTIST.-The whole getting in its whole arrangement a3d detail a moat of expense. becomes gird th elvuwnllJD.icll

S of the Licking !.'ifini; the northwest side obvious that they contemplated to rescue up of this work is in a style highly creditable to favorable specimen of the best typographical kill and to go in ( 11I..le witL. seal and a*____

I of the Ohio, nayft sMcnnined to layoff ajtown I the prisoner and murder the handful.of officers -'I the firm that publishes i.',. In the preparation of of the country. In addition to these, and a* one FALL.SESSION' OF termination eouniMaurata with 'the' monemM' ______
tiis work Mr. Benedict JiM made valuable, ,
a most valuable of its most peculiarities, it tat in reference interests ct stukH if .
iipon that x4IKnt situation. The local and guards, (only twenty in number,) II IIthe contribution to Baptist literature. His book to diversity of talent employed upon it," .Randolph Macon College. lathe camp >4s'ltendedOmI ? i4*J

: and.natural, advantages speak its future I Commander eave the orders the guards I BhonJd find a place in every intelligent family of the cheapest paper in the United States. fH\he' Fall Session. of Institution I FLORIDA SVi.lG.au efficient Auxiliary-! !
this will
, 'prosperity, be ri''(e*]j if not superior. to to fire: two of the mutineers fell dea and abomination.! As all the bdck number of the work are'entirely, JL .commence on Wednesday, the 9th of August WHIG will noVjfef&sd with those who"345

any on the'ba 14j'cfjthe Ohio between the twelve were ,wounded. The disturbancevas THE CHEISTIAX REvrew.-There is no other exhausted ire have this day, Saturday,the 21st ,1848. The Preparatory Schools at RidgwayandGareysbnrg the' trumpet rlbja uncertain sound." .1111 1
single work which even approaches, in completeness August, increased the edition of the HOME iovziAL give a cordial s6f4rtto the nominee of th*fTWj!
Miamis. The in 3olsio be each half an acre: instantaneously quelled by thi- awful Benedict's for the expns accommodation of NEW sm- N. C., will open on tbe4th Mon. \ sftbI
and comprehensiveness of design, National Convob ibS and in its advocacy ] _
the'out-lots four, aercsJ! thirty of each to be but necessary act; and' quiet and order. were History of the Baptists.THE SCRIBERS, and therefore respectfully request that all day In S FACULTY OF COLLEGE great and gloriifc f J in-2iplc3* of the Whigf _

: iven to: sellers vrpbijijiayjng one dollar and again restored. S CHRIST/A.H REFLECTOR WATOHMAX-.5 .-. who intend taking wdtheprcscnt the paper will commence their W. A. Smith.D. D,"President and Professorof it will ever be tf&A fjearfcs*and untiring 1I4

jfifty ;cents for tha pwey and deed of each S The West India steamer Clyde arrived What days and nights must have been gven to subscription Ttrmt.-Two Dollars a num, er.three, for Mental and Moral ophy.' upon all proper if biJons,hold up to.public nt'|

S .5 ,JoL, ,yrbe< 15th Kiajj mS ptemb r is app in- here on the 3J from Nassau, Havana, &c. tedious reading, to h.ard study, to'the coUe<>tin of five dollars, invariably in advance.year or ,copies" David Duncan A. M., Professor ,of Ancient' ny the principle**?.Modern Democracy in A *f_ _
S l in There is little ews'. documents, the examination of dry details ant.1 OXtensivo The Language hideousness, ii..tIu.ss, and deformity. -Xt
ted/or a large ctorajjahy to meet Lexingrion very lIo3lz..JOVJl'fA.fi is sent by mail to all part WHIG 'a *
correspondence,'very few can fully n'r- of the Ezekiel A..BIaUCh: A. M., Professor of ,in fine fully, fairly,.and nncompn |:
and mark'a'rftadlom"there! )} to the mouth '. Accounts from.JAMAICA are to the 22d United States the British Provinces and to pure singly eonimittfrBtji "vigorous prosecution" jft
_
stand. It
is probable that the next I and applied Mathematics. ,
i of Licking, proi ipt&f' ze Symmes arrives June.: A severe drought prevailed in the Island feel generatioCwill Europe, done up in strong wrappers,with the ut- war against L44fueobun-it sake neither taJ't t>f!
more deeply the debt>of gratitude which punctuality and despatch.- -Rev. Charles F. Deern,.A.'M., Protcuor of. _
S biting daily expeetIfi'Vi1en the town is 1aid ;; no rains had 'fallen in :May as bad they owe to Mr. Benedict than does the present. I. Subscriptions, orders, remittance, and allcommnn.'ctftions Experimental Science ? fAce nor trcatyt i I ,. ..... ,?

I I S S off lots"will be gebt!tip such as may become been usual in preceding May; and the planters THE TENNESSEE BA1'TIST.-Th contents of the must be addressed (postpaid) to the Oliver H. P. Corprcw,.A. B., Tutor of'An- which Wit th view FLOKItA.54tiefurtbeianes WHlG ttanj.f&e.r.Tves pledgH**.!

; residents before ist'day.of' April next were greatly alarmed i for their*'erops: History as a whole are to us a treasure,and as Edito, GEO. P. MORRIS dent- Languages and Mathematics. efforts of all Wljtei'pood and troe are inroW*1
PRINCIPALS OF
PREPARATORY
such we recommend to otbe-nP."'lint for ourselves N. P.-WILLIS. -
; ; DENHUI Commercial distress still generally pre aid in *
eztendinj,4ciruuIatiou.Thepapersb.II
t.:1THUS very .. SCHOOLS. j
'would without the 107 -
we not be information FuItn.treet.ACADEMV.tTNDER
I ,: .'., t7 AI 5. .,i 1 IJ II.T vailed. The people of the Island were earnest furnished in reference to Baptists j of the old world, I Wm. T Davis, Principal the 'Preparatory I be trkt.placed in_theft&dt. IjgSi of every. Whig in tt j |

S ,with Britain to School at College. -
11 Jiirs FILSON. in remonstrating great as from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries :
: .* : the of in the alono'for the price of the whole work S THE DrELCCTIOlff Charles B. Stuart.A. M.,Principal of the Preparatory The WHIG Jcontinae-ander 51i EdIted--
I f- LtxcToxJCy6eplember 6,1788. necessity being more .
: .vigilant .
: ; | OP LADIES .
S jZ4S. suppression of the Slave Trade: and they v. THE'CHlilSTfAN InbibE;- The volume before ns 'i B\y oy. .. .c.-Doub,,A. M., Principal.t. of the Preparatory S' ltJ4dzaisceThms. 5'

: with Brazil and Is in itself a library on ecclesiastical Its For Single.Co i .
'SL1V Lu.A state that if the treaties Spainbe history. chool at Ridgway. ] i
.
letter .fromjtp
& IN ;
real rW he Sacred He rt i about eight .
value we know not how to estimate anght.- *: Academy For five Copies] f, .
is The coll into -2
S inviolate Jamaica igiate is divided
maintained two sessions.
;"S .franc1SCO'> Newark Advertiser preparedto Certain we are, ten eagles would.not bear away JL 'mile. from the oh* of New York, in the viclnity The year For ten Copie*, ; ii.. ;. .; ;
5 -t jtba in the markets of the world with first*gins 8 week after, and the second 21 S ;
compete from without of r1emrand >/ site .
; us our some that /anhattanville.The .
copy assurance we For twenty Co i '- 4
week before 2d ;
the in June, -
::j" r closes thus : Wi| | :<| slave-grown, Sugar.", The Jamaica .Legiela.ture would be able to replace it, is romantic, elevated,heal thy,and beautiful. The as desire'Ao enter Wednesday Conege,,d is important i To such that : J .. o&'ca.TOT1CE .

.was to meet on the-2Cth ultimo.;, LEWiS, COLBY 122JVosau Street, PIBL1SHER. buildings are erected in iaudaome style. .The
"A pmvisio4)) government would long '- 5 for recreation neat they be irf)attendance at the opening of the ses StIsLLicTs ou
grounds and promenade are andspacious _
have been itt ANTIGUA is also suffering from dro ght.- 5 sion.A* ton absence at that time may place a I .l. L1o1XJ"W PEYS1ONSo
but for
the
; S ago operation hope Oct..12, 1848. tf ,'surrounded with shrubbery, and pleasantly -
: .;"> "that Congress-GuM take care of us, but we Dates from thence to the 26th June state shaded by forest and grove tree*. student voder disadvantages which will impair his scriber,having i OtcId ;attention for up

f S .hue waited in aiiA( ; few more such delays that the cattle'on the Island were rapidly dying NEW .iospE&rus. This institution;in its plan of ea'.ication,unites of achoiarshi study is t throughout arranged; as to session.meet ,the Our wants course of of the ten General years to tJisoeeention before,of claims sa_ _
the of and that the every advantage that can be derived from a peOotual Goteusent and CoBtr *f|
for most
want water' _
: and they may as well legislate for the awaited and conscientious care bestowed o.i the pupil .iUD mep ire to acquire,an extensive succeeded, by ge( labor and expense, in- W

I rrinds.' 'As to slaverythere would be no gloomy prospects planter respecting ALWAYS. IN" ADYANCE.. in every branch of science becoming to their sex.: English; ucationwithout The studying the Ancient ing-by coUectfdrehsssprobabIythsS i

,! ; S 5 doubt as to the; ssiieVif: left to the people.J ,bis next crops,:!. ''-' Propriety of deportment;politeness,per."**!neatness use Language i of the Libarie benefit and to from be derived attendance from the" complete and ex14iire record of evi&isae. _
S I i Their voice: is alrnQstunanimous I TRULY A MAMMOTH SHEET. and the principles of morality, are objects of on the line-'and staff fttjerof the army oitioa the E4' <
iU
: against ,. unceasing assiduity.. The diet is abuudAnt Literary Soeiet.iea- should strongly induce snob ,from the eir&xt period .of'the'war te *
j -- good, ,
E t.S. ., -, 0'latrodactionand y4a; .negro. woman and Colonel WASHINGTON, in command of the REDUCED PRICES TO CLUB, and wholesome. .The health of the pupils is the young men to prosecute their studies here.In order termination th W f, io wit: The names rfhis &
r S child were bought'a taionlh since by a.mert Department of New Mexico, has'issued; his object of constant solicitude, and in sickness tiu-J for a student enter upon the English course eera of the line *T pnc>taff of the army appoiatot

t .,. S d1&nt'of this. tovrnf for $1900! The; buyer proclamation, in pursuance' the provisions i THE Proprietors'of the"SATURDAY .EVENING are attended with maternal tenderness.':. "' tl he must be thoroughly and acquainted Arithmetio.with. English the Continental t sreea, with a refereaette

I fjiruforiginally roni '.llhode Island! and the of the Treaty of Peace"with Mexico, :advising -. POST, satisfied from the experience of the last two Difference of religion will not be an obstacle to Grammars-Geography. '.The expense of this institution are'as follown to the"Returns 9te$9 n a*, the, Ws.ing&
inhabitants of f the ceded years that it is the:"manifest 'destiny",of,theirpapertotake' the admission of_young ladles, provided they are pen, the 'tstLApers"iiidotherimpCCinformation ;
Al .ee1ler from Oiegon. jjlie occasion of the purchasewaa the. territory,, to : its stand at the head of the willing to conform to;the ccneirJ're"uJatioDI Hoard per session:, $40. ,Tuition and Deposite from inarchives; of the Genml <
very
S ;. Ute /di8Leftlty!/ ; of obtaining ser- the United States to decide,by"the 30th pf weekly press,have resolved to make the Post more the school. 'h Foe,:,pet.session. 922 '50: 'or' 8125 for the colic, State OoveraneAlbus comprising tevidenceever -

'Z ? 'S vials,-but thia caiinoi bnrepeated without.calling May, (last t.) whether:they will become"American worthy than ever of its high' position. .They accordingly .Coor** of Ed1l ftIon., giate which Include year, exclusive the cost of of text incidental'expenses'fuel ., general and val held b717

out'a public demonstration. '5' citizens or retainthe,character.of Mexi. BOW have the pleasure calling the attention books furniture vale individual; ({ camea and rank of t '
_ r. 'j .of the:public to the fictj that the POST 1 ,.The knowledge of religion"and it* duties being &e,, for room' in College. We respectfully tmental and Ste'2 cOcers; their sppoinlpromotions -.
I ltgpT.DwicfltHp .
: > NT.; cans.,; S ,; has been greatly enlarged .- ,' the primary object of a good education,it i* treated sdTlaep&rent4 that more pocket money than j*necessary seri,1'sod eases Of.rS.gD2IiOS

1 This enlargement enables them to lay the equivalent -, with the attention due *o important matter, Is to'supply-the reasonable wants of a stu Boer er thomedl4stssergeous, DIIteIJ

i4iTi .TiMajo Noahn' i '!h ToLuwq TOE THE DEAD.-411: -consequenceof of eight'more columns -of.reading before and enter a* the bad into the plan studies fol. dent', injurious The'practice of contracting veyora, and apo4eiirieschap1sins to 1kads.ofthesrny4cen
)))4. 1Dits S debt with tradesmen in the vicinity of S
( r their:subscribers lowing in everycla.s.s and College, in the departnLeommissary
( the alarming.number of deaths'from cholera weekly-being,to fact, an addition departmenhtthe schooL In .
a A law '
:
higju/degree pemlciou* of the
., S SUa reminiscence h s.fli.travel : Louis the church bells'of that city ,of,one-fourth to.the.old area of the paper. .The course of education comprise reading elocutIon State geu e Isuies&ThIIn.rehln', -, '
St.
in to
; Virginia, designed provide
; writing, arithmetic-French and English'grammarEngUzh remedy for this Oe5 In the depaTlns o.the qwermar.rab .
,* \V e1 remembejt dropping in once to see have been,kept i in motion from morning till S Character of thtJPaper ; and Frencn.polite literature bane cZaR College i* to this 7:eff'ech That any including dtjSRar1, quartermaster .
'
D'Mr-Crawford, o'f CJeofgia, who was'our min night, for the, P1 fewT;weeks!: .. This'.'incessant :The'general eharaeter of"thi old papel'-lUch as composition m prose,in; both.langua", history, merchant 'who? shall give credit to a College itn- sUtant deputy qu wraaster generals,was"0-!

- -i--., 5, S. ister at Paris and 1)peiftz told that he was expected mourning for the dead has been silenced it has been under supervision of,the present eacred and :fane,chronology, geography,theme dent without special authority from his parent orguardian doctor forcjeHftMen, *; officers'ia **
frpmrcotrt( mH w1ni.1Qtea'We.took Editor-shall be maintained.* .& of the glObe. and delineation of-maps,the element shall upon conviction of the fact, forfeit partmenfof conjaiJsftry:'military..atewtw'nance .
S book ana awai&1'1is by the, auJ.liorities.The\\People't Organ S It shall be neutral in Politics and .Religion, 'at *astronomyi chemistry,natural philosophy, the debt,'forfeit hi*;,Ucense,'and*be fined JiOO- t and ofiktwr C,th.Jine ofiheariBcaptata /
.t a return. Therdoor "The,church and fire' belts will not the time that Let parent*and guardian have due '
'lit says: same it shall-not fear to speak itt mythology, geometry &q.f all kind ernsefuTand regard to this '.t staappoInthiati,sucb. a -
opened 5hort1y,.n :'wa.1.ked theambassa- riogouttheit i(mournful tell-tale notes in future breath-f "" ." ,.: c: ornamental needle-work embroidery and silk,eh. taw, and where it may be necessary to open 0'account a*an aId-de-osrdpheUtenants performing*b'ty

: dora, cracker 'plj l itcr,' bedizz ned with ,'for-deaths during the present'state,of ., .5 Original and StUeUd'Artidtt. nille/gold and silver, artificial flower,and every- with merchant, let j the individual de- i ofpaymazter ,,lu1semuters,,ands'
3: '' gold lacej with a csrvVd aud cocked hit-a ; } Its Original Tales Sketches Essays, &e.,shall specie fancy-work; according,the wishe* Of Birnated-n :and" 'i.hSr-amount'speelfledaad" the' evil also,officers oft e aUa nta|and Sa&I.U

:: ,*\stout Ban ;also> wM) felt and looked if be of the highest cbaracter ,The fault. of no article the parents.' : .. -, y ceae. _:_ .w'' -, 'a' tn many cases, 4 enry. the:evidence cf5'
as
"*he '' ::1oei HIT.--Th&: Washington' 'U 1 n can be over looked, from *foolish respect for .- t r ,T.rm*. ** ,4ATOR y. PPAR MENT. nienland .eonbshawn bat theIIU........
_ S S 'weftii1 armor.81 Wejjazed a moment aidS that u the' originality. ,. ,.. f- ,.v/ '.. .. r of
*" says democratic party, were netfer ? Board per annum,_ ., : f: MM The primary object of the Preparatory Schools account Rb4iI tae monthit'psy S
both brpke'otrt jin J wjsimnltaneous.baret i ,of in b .health than at present," ;*.Maybe ,,Its Selected' Article!will be procured fromst 'Postage.bookutlonery! MdWMhing; ,an J.to.prepare-,ouq'men:,for'College;'but1 the deemed im.itaffofncera. (In i the adjustnwn of _

S"i /i laughter Afurbkvwg niad.two:*r threeS so," says Prentice i #exercise on foot.is said sources; &JJd the reader of.the POST may depend charged to the parent.' ,, .. S course of study U such a*to meet the wants of the ,or their widow PerI $,
turns around t& tocm he called his faithful to be favorable, upon finding ia its pages the .' -r bi ct' and -."ti"1;. "-*' witty and perceive/ &a:;that appear, either In the foreign or domestic vance/ -c. '' jualify.atadenU/ott the th.LII1ooated of alone, sd not] iRHtaatofth iiiwfrksemayhatebMa
f.,*'"**" ;' "d".. Yjj' 'frj 1 ... Ukiofmy. that some of thq most; prominent men of the magazines,' >Tho4 layingthe1'whole English and No deduction will be made for .pupilwith evidence,althoo! ]"

J a 'U 10 .. S. pafly ars.vta1kflgo4cver! c1ay:' .. ,' 1 American 4F' S., -world; undor"contribntlon1" : S ::: drawn before expiration of the.quarter'.exeept The" sa0i'ti., vTchSty ofc'CoUegeontiine* edor in eases w'e IIIOflihl ahIiwanqe.!C rj*|
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": 'I"6'; caraLk ,-.' for cogent reasons. v i', ..: under the direction tf Mr*:\..,T, Davis, an able claimed hat n,< t4ngrsut.1br wan*of P" ]
5- : The Mexican.reporUp.hif 1t ofWu, in his latent : f HI HouaA: w'BjrJHMOxD.; Durjng the .5S The .'Ag owt ra1 matter/ ,of whieti the Pott No pupil will be received for"ttorter"epaoe' d.suosszfaieschernt.rn7 .own immediate such ease evid.4.'mT, now be ota .>3

'. S week hat always given heretofortdovbU the quantity of than six monthl.r :? -J t .} supeflWon..c-; ), -- ":_ c'Ji : reliable source, tt eslabtiahment ofseSr _
Gflfe states.the numberS ending fddaYi' )3tblnlc&t"7; ,P. any other paper, shall be ocoapoWof best &'- Musicon the piano harpguitar drawing Lad mU.eeaIou&D4 vacations are the same a*those claims.and in* ientaUOUOPeUIOe5 '

'.' l or Me ao'aa children'"annually; M,, 4? cases to the tides that can be found |In tb. 'tumro ue periodical painting, the Spanish j. German, and.Italian Ian- thejCeUege proper., ,Th cost or hoard,-& is allowance'of IerJS, COnimunlcstlO@S

S '' 'rttS.ian4'' -,the"hostile. In- Board.bfflealUf.Qf{:WfeVmfc/jJ :4id;: *;;devoted to the inbjeci Master in this way guges&re extra ehargq. ,->'- ,; > --.f a little lew than a student College pay*. ;j ness isnat bePi1n.rd.,1ettsn of lsq111ee1ve'sttontIono'ebsrge

54 .t fr6e'dr 4i'ibiindriLItisthe: \* .;jt..; v i -jm* Agricultural'Department Mpenorto what ttofvarioai The French language, flaentfrpokenlnUie ': 'Boarding and lodging private faiiiues, Laclo-, wilibemid"
:t : { ooui4_:" msd he seiceib_ uysinIe Write Inrtltattonand ..ia UajhturtttMutittj extraoharje. dine aTuitio i "910 month.7 evidence i*ferkd.'Idf ohdm*'seeceMrollsbd.
tie}! to--1tuuder tenS :The,will of the J late pen),GAiNuwaspro ;. necessary expense per. lu '
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S ; fr.: :-ff. vt-i .tnt session,'for Classical ata-, :: ] .' ; 4AL3.ANDEft ,,
11.t ., : ,per ,
-w tpthre.: i bated in'New Orleans! on tbe.'llth Jris evtatejisijeft r Y t 1b1 t -' : vext'doer to ibiS' .
.: zr" i'iom\i be : :,Oeh r l.UgnlitUo.a..ft : f :dOll&: "- "t' ** 520:00: 5' rAeieL1te, ;
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S ':,'.. .fk', '. ;{r r "-". ,ibf. Marion' counyrJdrtheDiiWctof ) .-.' .tw. ." bsfor.Uresd.rM! :posb1 inoent.S week of July;kn4.eboluUodUesflt resumed 4..t1t.th, ,. 4' ,' it Q.ij ib'I ?g;; C.i.o&I -

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S ,.." ; -. -k.o.efthebewbbU. ; & fa.be D States,.hu been' recalled* and,Col.. .Fremont S :E liravtn 111 iiimaiferationa1.ovhall.beforgottsn.i S pan by the Sacitd Heara.B100mDcW..tac. han been. teaohie;with walmnt snoctM tJrte that'. withtherT LsL.far.;Inc1DJ S
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