The Florida Republican
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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: August 9, 1849
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00016
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.PLETREIlNSTITUTZ.1LORIDAFg C' PROCLAMATION H .-. -*,.BY.THE..*, .. 'GOVERNOR"rt.J i' ,n, : f'Tl following letter/which we findja the, toiee it' ; r d'i'I3e eduldfioXtfould t/qt/ ,,I effort he made.in his present_speech. *to-reviteandgive .MtANatimielMdbgr: -' .
i'CQNFERENCE. J. ( ; } relation! to the''Indian fiisturbances, consent to it; and if TexaS'waht d'a Senatorso ,them circulation. <-"" ;' ".,ITew. *' ""w..a. M.It rwaI. l',
:: :tq act,she must send another in his stead. The far greater of the 'document"' "
<; i j r* t. haa.berniaadressei by Mr. Senator 'Yotxi part s ,i4ica; Jlw.Ta -u
,At ntfitlnf of.the Board of Tristeev, He would not lend a,voice or hand to impair devoted to a vindication of Mr..Cs connection
\h.Id rine. the following regnlationa t the Secretary of.WanST.'AtratJsriKiirJaly the fair fabric. The Uhidn'never could. out- with the Missouri Compromise, the.Annexation r i.id..1falt Wjr, !!!. 1849. .

.wen ail rot the government of said Institnttoa 30th, 1849. ,live'nls hopes.f A.WU >- of Texas, and the late efforts to extend DIAR AejBiciax' : I can't keep (rom' writing -

.fUn i" &_ties Id year*.the to consist Thursday of one in term Itembr ,Sr :.- Since I wrote you we have further in- "Mr. H. spoke of the Mexican !wa.i,,"ani] the Missouri Compromise line through! to yoq wt longer; I must say we are:t-

** *f Map*,tear. o. fl." "r-. '. telligencs of Indian.' outrage., A/number of alluded to the many just cause ,which that the newly acquired.Mexican J territories._ ting.most M. 'c/; patience up,"here' 'in thisSalt
UI' "l t ;' ELECTION OF..STATE I IENATORS.A families from distant quarters haV eughtshelter Government had given forthe ccasjbn of it.He river : rotojy; and are beginning to'f eel

\:uI ,j.fl or TpmOM.pDyJnding having: : oceurred in'. the.,ffiee' of here, and the n !'1 the said Mr. Ca..bo' 'had opposed!llbe war; The Washi gton Union has expressed its a good dea I ijappintedtothiak Giaeral Taylor -.

0rt1a0 WrltfnL and arithmetic vacancy State. Senator in the Eighth Senatorial exposed'counties are being broken"op. The *ndthen the vote was taken-in the Senate approval bf the traiterous design against the, is boldocrto: : the Presidency so long.I .
p.&ma 116 Ji.OMabore,with English grammar District- ,.by the death of Hon. James H.T. Lorimer -indications impress mcrwrth the apprehension uponlhe war bill tie'(Mr:C.) >\\'U;as muteas Union and ', was in' h Wftk'after" you concluded to star
ipayj 3); theabov,' with the higher and ut the thirteenth Senatorial District by that 4the hostile feeling is general,among the a dumb idol,without the patriotic' impulse against the constitutional right down theryuhin n and fight the'battle .

'. nae..W,..fjal&II uaiitoral EfctfUh| education philosophy,mbraeing rhetone nattral loft -- the Ordtnd resignation, 'That of Hon election Louis be Aldrich in&said it henby District Indians, .r.will.-speedily.become so -especially to ypfc for it, and lacking the"nerve to vote of the slave-holding States of the confederacy, 'out, tha't;$ '.would a & im-out by

*. bot*!f, e A fetry; reology, book-keeping on Monday: ,an the day hel next-, if t summarily arid effectively 'treat against i it. He asked what would have'been manifested by the'coalitian of' the :Northern this time, Art*f ."our party a.etanee to com

iacl poHUqil h economy, $30; the above'with 1$- to fill said racancies.. f 'Octobr ed.: The occasion calls for prompt. and vigorous'action. said 'Texas Senators if they had 'so acted, Democracy.- In its columns, 'ot't id. of back a irljjrTtyt that I've gotany. thing
\1. Fre.f I ; Orfetkj algebra; geometry mensnraWf Given under hand and Hal and i Gmeril-Taylor/and I donri rbm
my ; wottld they have Texas Senators to follow apt .
$I. b. music on piano extra, $40; te'' July, it thus spoke in reference to the coalition .
drawing td Minting, extra 9251 DIe of piano of the 'State of Florida, the >Not a foot of ground should be yielded.The .- in, the footsteps'' of such ,I man ?- what he's fl 4 fcleTer sort of a man enougVan4
B4 &Sr 91. On hait&h. [SEL.] Capitol in the city.Tallahassee; for .between the Democracy and the Abolitionists font well i i4 Ie jco and I don't know but
r- wood term
p &ma. ; per this 26th day of Jane, A. D. 1819, ; population should be covered and maintained And yet, not oUowing Mr. ,C., even i;* ;
Uitiofto oi3n1'k4;paid in advance, the other half and 73d vear American, Indepen. m! its present locality. The many to disunion,' he (Mr. II.) \as.denounced.?' : he and th< -.fjkAi. ;round him is carrying on

b U* first 1 d dence. ', ';-* crops now on theY grouhd'shonld be' hares The Presidential election'' is now over, the Govera* tf all smooth and]regular..-

or IlfITI.UCTION. Attest A. E. MAXWELL'W.'D.,' MOSELEY.., ; ted under tbeprotectiOn of'an adequatemi "' 'From the Philadelphia North .Aim+ call. and'tbe members of the Northern Democracy But all tha4sot1in to e'piaL, The whole

Mr.: w4 I *nnt,principal of male depart- : Secretary State., :jnly,12-td tary!force.. The?pro vision' crop- i ,3 Latest from California. have, a perfect right to compose the differ- nub of thesgzrnen: ".is, tbey' e'I>got -OUT

lent; a O. ;A. Mallett assistant, male very.abundant, is of essential Talue t The.fubjoined extract of a letter is ences.among themselves which grew out of places and'? want 'm. This Salt rivet

.department;; Re*. R. H. Lnckey, principal of EXECUTIVE. DEPARTMENT, preserved if general 'hostlte. ensuei ToaccompIishtbese from a gentleman whosailed from private New that contest, on such terms as may seem to country is 1 ttretsine place to stay rn7 And .
,..devfcrtiirent Miss Mary Aim Potter assistant Tallahassee, Jane 26, I York we've here
; 8.GnEJt' iely, Il with ajarge'amountpLmeansand merchandize them right and proper. [That is, terms subyersive'of : beenitbmg now a"jitunber: of

Im ofna1oepartment.}rvs4am1liee in the Board Tillage may washing be obtained ORDERS.] ,require 'bne: pui infantry' and; one for thiMjurpojie ot engaging TrV-regular ;the Costituticanjlhe'nights: : of I month, hoi }0u would upset 'the wboIeapplecart
and lightrtneloded from 8 to 10 dollars per AN Election i hereby ordered tob held in mounted State can probably fur- trade in San Francisco : "His;statements trie'.South.] 'They see that these difierences ihq" Administration and 'give
month. The Bo&rd of Trustees have in course First of.the Miti on nish this your demand. I liaveadvised may may give the control of their.State 'affairs'tothe us all a. fa uaneeto pickup the;fmlt.-
the first Monday in October next, at fotce'upn be relied on as those of a cool and'calm observer. ,
we've ,
brick with two in fi I
ferecUoajjt houses rooms flisappinted. don't'see
to call 1 out such a force whom is free- as
law party, one a
each larn ud.eommodioua. and will be able to appointed by for the election of-county officers By the same arrival we have received every
accommodate, eetnfortably 150 students. The for a Major General to command said Division .at once. .. ;4 an authentic price-current to the soiler, or an abolitionist, or both'/wedded to you: are ar@ftt: rer getting Gineral'.Tayloranyou :

fcoue* willbe completed by the lit day February to of fill the'Wm.vacancy occasioned' 'by'', th resignation After providinl for 'the security of the date, which will be found in our commercial same. federal heresies. Tt prevent thit result, they out of officq : was three months ago.V&ve .
Gen % had lumber of hereabout
aut. TbFIetf here Institute is under the control harvesting of the crops, columns.] hove a right, all must admit, to conduct their [ meetings.up
of the Florida.Conference of the M. E ehnreh, the And an election is herebyordered to be held in ;I the fall and. should employed ,in State elections on whatever they it, a4 talked the matter oter, and
Second Division of
the Florida Militia, on the winter princiffu'
outh,and located half mile from Tbomas-
vine Ga. \ Fren the ue proverbial healthiness of the first Monday of October,next at the places appointed -. remqving or exterminating these bloodthirsty Extract of a Letter to the Elitor, dated honestly entertain, and to a.t. candidates some of ou4Tieiids ;are'qoite'pat. out with

place. a 4tbe!| ,tMll known ability and suooesss by law for the election of county officers ava es. .' SAN FRANCISCO, May 1, 1849. men. who reflect those p'rn iplu.- you about il44ediag: out about your being
M experienced teachers of the Board of Instrnotion for a Major Gener t command said division, to Nothing could,.be .more ,and We certainly do not claim the right to thwart old, and los -OtttiBpnnkr: .and oon't fight
selected bytb Trustees,, we.hope to shareS fill the 'aancy ocone by the'resInatlou of. atrocious than these recent unprovoked outragesrandnow We are quite lively in this new city of the them in exercising this plain and''unquestionable with the gri vtm flsed to. '
liberal patronage from abroad.H. Gen. James CO y 'iyestrr-.yessels, are arriving daily-most of I took yono'sich rj|>art! rtrohg;and told 'em *twas
for it is when
Officers commanding Brigades. we call upon the Government for full! them from down the coast and the b'and- .privilege; Jim ..
W. JBjtp. *,geot | P.P. Surra.,Pres. talions, and companies within the ReglmenuBt protection to our people and property in the 'whichlslands with full l loads of anxious the Democratic party of the whole Union assemble a thJ u.yoo was older thanyouused
I 'i by required t car into effect tnis order.within first place, arid' the of th, gold I in council, to lay down principles for to be, j ni'was" toff as a pitch-nott yet,
1 BOARD Or TRUSTEES. the limits'of commands eecuto diggers and goods. -Among the recent arrivals '
respective anamk TaE'Y'oJ P.lE.S I Me whole_party. The Democracy of Connecticut as'erer, and
returns according LNDlO. from New York the .Whiton II.
Ri:*. P. P.:SMITH, President..H.W.SHARPESect. t law.W.. D. MOSELEY.. write i you freely I beg yom Nesmith, Sylvie de Grasse, Iowa and Sacramento Vermont, and Wisconsin have aright only wanted[!rtiussB. to make :'yon fight'likea

R4*. : ; JutylZt to receive my communication in the spilt generally in about 140 days from to speak for the Democracy ofConneo ;tiger. Thfe finally agreed if.I':,would

Wi*. PoiirDiR, Esq Treas. intended;'and to be 'thatI will :.eft- portto ticut, Vermont and Wisconsinand it is'on- write to youki$ stir you up, so as to'teake

R4i. R.:1!J LUCKET. .. Guardian's Sale. in'the asnre Department port. ly when they pretend to speak for the Democracy you :.come %?nip. the Administration
virtue of a decree *f the Circuit Court of opert with your Goods of some kinds sell well,and among hot and .though meant to
R& \V-W. GRIFFIN. BY a spirit of : of other, States that the Democracy of heaijrja yon do

R. G.A: )MUI.ITT.Rt and DTa frnt County of the I Court will expose House at in public said county sale- I have.the. honor to be your confdenc..'srvt., them umber.toal I may enumerate, wood, horses provisions and groceries he Union has a right to interfere.But something, t&af'd TIe patient a little longer.But .

$ Imt:;POTTER. ,on Monday; the sixth day of August next, all DL. YUL"B.: wagons. admitting that we 'are' wrong in'all if DOt tJd| Sick the "Union.over and
JAMis K-iillT, Esq. the interest of Norman M. Ives, a minor in and .Hon. GEOKGE W. CRAWFORD, Dry goods can be purchased as cheap, or his-admitting that the-Union between the take,pp anottitf organ for the party 'I asked
to a tract of land said county, "Haszard's cheaper, than in Philadelphiavand crockery, 'em how |hy 'thought could better
caI1L.: D* BIRD, Sen. Bluff.. i know. s< Secretary of>War. iron, glassware will not two divisions of the Northern Democracy is,
pay. expenses. themselves byilhat and where they tho
b-The thoolj wJn the first Monday in June 21-Ws. Guardian. The difficulties attending the landing of goods as Taylor organs allege'a.ba.e coalition '
_.\ralol'. open The fol win 'is the reply of- the Secretary from vessels have not been overrated, and ," and we ask what right has General could fiwiEan'. prgan'tq be compared to
J I. I Circuit Conrt 'Extern Circuit. Taylor and his to a word .the Union |.,-.|* x" I
of War to the'Hon. D.,L YUUE, on re many,of the lightering scows and boats in satraps. say ,

BRITISH PERIODICAL) LITEBATURE. The State o Florida, Alachua Con. ceiving the first intelligence, of the mu Ian use have been sunk by the violence of the against? take"Why the SaltiSJver m nil;Herald.Jones, says he,. "we'ft.

Gregory Yale OOmPlaint.Bi) for river winds. A boy by the name of Sam I :Bnt '
scifo negro belong
TALCABLXi. uMtiYMS: TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS! I ail say l1. "you know the,,Salt River
John Lewis and wife and. orace WAR The climate is very trying on the. constitution ng to Mr Samuel W. Tillinghast, of this Herald cant I & Candle to the Union lorrespectaLlhth

sthscrlUearl4wlLize! the terms are low I.B. Jewett and wife, I cntrt, and DnuTE I on account of the severe changes in place, on Tuesday last, attempted to shoot i .
I :, defendants., n: J oLe relief. Washington, July the atmosphere. In the morning, until 11 his wife, who belongs to Mr. Wm. G. Matthews 'I dont cfor bat" he, the' Her-
Six:-L have bad the honor to receive o'clock, it is pleasant, but at that hour a twice loaded at say
LEPUBLICATION OF TfT having been mad. to appear atia by snapping a gun her aid is a smaifeflpaper; it can tell two lies to
I & tion of the Court, by the affidavit'of yours of the 19th inst., and regret to know wind arises, which increases gradually until she making her escape, he discharged the the Union's Jofe week in and week"' ;

Tat JLJONDO* ;QUARTERLY REVIEW, in the above entitled cause,that the saiddefendants that the inhabitants on the Peninsula of midnight when. it frequently blows with contents of the gun at his wife's mother, and put a stiui the tail of out,
THE IfDiMBCXGH REVIEW, reside out of the circuit aforesaid,and Florida have been subject flight and The everyone of
that the said John H.Lewis and wife reside in theSti.t.e t a tremendous force. country around wounding her, but not mortally. He then em." JT|

THE tt.iOJlTH: BRITISH REVIEW, of Aabala and that the Thom.B. citizen actually killed. The imperfect proof about the city is barren Bandy and hilly,, loaded the gun, and putting the ,muzzle "W el I 4i!$| agoing to brag,
THE I fEITMtiJSTER REVIEW, Jewett in the I collected 5under circumstances; of grea: ex- and the comforts of life are few and far' be- against the side of his own head, pushed the "about the Upi n's uJents for chSfibs,

1 t.AND cut: therefore, on motion of the said cmplinant. cItmenf can scarcely lead to any. satisfactory tween. It is impossible tcr realize here what trigger with his toe, and killed himself in- but there's one thing
ought to remember
by William A. Forward and you
Butt. the act was committed ron' would call a good dinner-it cannot be stantly.-Fayetteville Carolinian. the
BCcOOD'4 E1INEURGII MAGAZINE. Herald'si .. ths
: esqs., his elcitors, it is ordered that ; art ,always 'tawerin,
t, pendency be published in a newspaper, reat tbe(less than tad. The chief reliance is upon fresh beef, whilst the ',fi n always veil stood
(printed in the circuit aforesaid) for the space of four in number,) a sudden and provisions brought from the states and Macready made his appearance .in England to; and U4i accordin .
you to the
The lobo periodicals are reprinted in New four month requiring the said defendant to appear outbreak by,four ,Indians who :were dstntfrm there are no fish, oysters or game., Add to since his return from America on Tuesday which is old sayin
York immelY'B their arrival by the British awer the said bill,or in default thereofthe tJel tribe, and apparently 'un this the fact thai the.labor to be done \is.ex- ,evening, Juue 25, at the Theatre .Royil red.worth the-most?
I think I rfc&r
teamen i fceanlifal clear fine white and the matters and therein ahead of Bill
4 type on tame things other these' will be sob- that ,Birmingham. The house was well filled got Jn.'the-!
bard and : ,
Indians ceedingly to dig gold successfully -
paper, and SIT* faithful copies of the original., alleged will be taken a confessed them argument hetajfor! he couldn't answer
aa for me.a
BekwoodMags$ ie being an exact fao-simile and a decree rendered jects inqur In them an- one must have in&lr Kthan ordinary but not crowded. When Macready appeared word. And

,-'.f ih. ,Edtaimrgh.Edition. They embrace the Given under my acerdgly., ,in the eicu' time'the necessary been taken powers of endurance,.'and you have .my.x-! he'was warmly welcomed.HetooI the sort lj4t4.mdearMr.Rithieyoasee.what & $
views of the three great parties in-England Tory. aforesaid,this. 20th day of April. A. D. 1849.TH6. t place in Florida step quate force for theprotectionpf erience of the gold-?!region. Those who jartof Macbeth.- Mrs. Warner appeared' as a pickle.wears :in,, aDd I

Whig, aid Radical.. / "Blackwood" and the I .' DOUGLAS, : its frontiers; and wherever han made most money here are land specu- Lady Macbeth. hope you witt'I{ nk up and put -your best.'
"London Quarterly" are Tory; the "Edinburgh Judge, $c. tfe. it is ascertained tbatsuch force is required.: foot forward;|c $at the Administration ia ar-
: Review"Wig) ; and the "Westminster Review" ators and merchants of Chili and the Islands. take hoHftf'eii *
Radical, ti$. "North .British Review" is more I, Robert Youngblood, lerk' of. the Circuit I have the honor to be, Gold is plenty, but very-hard to be got, and Mrs.: TATLOR,Jhe President's lady, made give nest'em like a acatamooat and

.f a religioiil character, having been originally : Court for the counties of Alachna and Lv.do Respectfully, your ob't. servt.. the average yield to the diggers may be set her first appearanceln public, since Jhe 4th to clear sichjaSelawing that they'll be pad
edited by Dbv Challp ' being eondii&ed' by his son-in-law, Dr. lIanD'i.auocia rect copy of a order made and now on file i my Hon. D. L.'YCLII one ounces. of a visit of some Sabbath-school scholars come in and Hafte the rights again that haVr
chance here fora of but mod-
'It th Sir.favld Brewster. Its literary office. no young man belonged to t&|,bii twenty Now' '
character U; If the very highest order. Li.testimony whereof, I hereunto set"my hand St. Augustine. erate means, as it costs more to start in business to the.residentia1mansion._ dont want to 4 fault years.. |
and seal of office, this 23th day of April, A. D. than it does at home,'and it must inevitably Ii nor complain your
PRICElIr SUBSCRIBED 1X9. ROBERT YOUNGBLOOD, FROM C.ALIFORNu.-The Washington Re- know it aint nater. But I must say I
( FOR E'.RLT.) May 3-4m many public states that letters from California to think you hav< ieen quite too tame a. long
For any qnf.!,9f the 4 review; $3 per annum: Messrs. Houston 'and R sk, the United young{ men coming with that, purpose.- the 21st of May have been received in that back, and too* : -ly-mouthed, 81"you was-
for any twos sre dollars; for any three, seven dollars States Senators from have been making Board is $16 per week, and house rent ex- of the afraid to
from spekout
; for all four of tbe reviews, eight dollars; for LAST NOTICE. Tex, month city a'distinguished officer army ; ,. jour mind. The' fact
Blackwood'l Mags ne, thres dollars; for Blackwood SO ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERS spec hes to their constituents. At a pub :ravagant-as high as$100 to$200 per stationed on the Pacific. They represent is, you must nt Gineral Taylor in real ar!
and tbee reviews, nine dollars; for 131a.ck.wood A UNDER ARMED OCCUPATION being demanded and paid for a mere oue story'shed that the excess of goods beyond the demandis nest. He's t1eead of the Administration,
and thjc four reviews, ten dollars per annum. AoT-The TiE ned. Agent of the Intrior. lic meeting held at Marshall, they both declared 10 by 15 feet in dimensions. Thereis great, that labor is still sCarce' and high, and you know M. we can cut the head off

Payments' (c mar.t in all coin in adtanct.si wu! attc.id at the i f.< 'lowing! places, on formaintaining: the Union at all hazards besides, nothing of comfort or cleanliness, and that 4000 persons who came from Sonora the critter's drjl! But yea must give harder
specified below, to :1'and receive proofs by de- nullification and everything is owned and controlled by a blows than
-denounced principles are working the mines on the San Joachim any>sfou have used yet. I dont
-.I before him relation to the settlement
?MEMICMS. few in the town. It has been with
si! p.itioL5 ;on u'all persons who obtained permits and commented in terms of indignation on the speculators river., deny but whatAou've called him a '"dolt,"'
Consisting back;iVolumes of the following valuable under u..- .x-t oC\onr8 entitled "An act which refused some difficulty that I have secured a Jot on A rumor hal reach California that Congress and a ''cbeat$ nd a 'tool," and f'a mere.

work tis[ : B4ntley's Miscellany; the Metropolitan to provide flie ariC. occupation and sttementor Southern Address ( they t which to place my store. had established a territorial government, cypher and i jisdisgrace to the country?
Msjgasinel :the Dublin University Ma- the unsettled of of Of Mr. Calhoun's Silver is and small hard to
p.t Forida. sign political course plenty, change in an amendment to the Civil and Diplomatic and "an imbec&k\ ignorant tyrant," and"a.
BlaakSwood'i TMaearine the London, the 4th 1542, and 'who
ruins I
; ; i approved ocu- but is in active demand. The
Edinburgh, Jje Foreign Quarterly and the West- under Aug' the act amendatory they spoke in a style of unsparing condemn pass, gold coin Bill. Great embarrassment was apprehended whitened sepuj ( ren and a man :who ,s

ainsUr Rev it ws. Any one subscribing to Blackwood pant ff. approved June 15th,18.and who settled or We present extract, from a report country back of us is much troubled by the in the civil affairs of the territory if it disgracing hinwesf," arid "a fraction of a
or to 1$we of'tbe Reviews, at 3 dollars a occupied under said act; did not voluntarily a Indians, and even among our own community should turn out that the rumor is false, and man,",and ICaBht6. part oi the cabinet,"
year or t*any two of the periodicals at 6 dollars relinquish or abandon the ue. but continued to of :their speeches at Marshall. Mr. there is scarcely a sign of law or order.In that Congress has failed to legislate on the and "the fly upbijta coach 'wheel,". and '"a
will r.csiverst1s': qitx volume of any of the premiums reside on said frontier luth the line dividingTownships Rusk said: haste,yours, B. and "
above namedi'! A subscriber any three number and ten, south and east of subject. _ _ butcher d;Nero, and"a Moloch
:.f the perio i als at;T-dollars a year or to the 4 the base line specified in the act of 1842, thereby "The Address in his opinion pint at P. S.-Land in San Francisco is very high FEMALE and "a Cyclop'?and zich like.: But all this.
'reviews at,dollars,'.w ill receive TWO premium aiding to effect the objects of said act, rll disunion.; He could not the and lots in the business parts of the town sell VILL.&NY.What has come over don't amount tgt othin. It's only jest nod-
volumes as'4ove. 'A, subscriber to Blackwood At Akchua county, Monday), said indeed feet front the women of New Orleans' On the 17th nit., "
Jewn&i. proper'remedy. It .ha.been at from $100 to $500 per 20 by. gina man in tnibswith your elbow;when
aad tare reT W', at.9 dollars a yearor to the 7th lots 137 137 Mrs. A. C. STILLN.AN and Mrs. STILLMAN, .
aim at In by to afejSst and
that Mr. Calhoun di.sunion.-137 deep Monterey you ought knock; him head-
4 reviews' at 10 St.John's county, on Tue- ; ,aT
an TERXx'nremiaia'volumes.ftr day s. Auglte. ; Why, then, threaten ill What good wouldit command from $500 to $2500 per lot. In and the ELLIN over heels. Ifhu really mean to do 'any

Pzz.1k'| pariinJar the At Pilatka, Putnam county, on Tuesday, 2 dot Did he expect t freighter the Nor ? Bennecia City;125'by'150 'feet for $1000to HARVEY alias ELLEN on same day. alias thing,It wont th4o stand minein''words ia.
in premi- PANDZGRASS .
,desired subscribed naming May. i In his'opinion that waa bad $5000; Sacramento City $50 to $200; this soft kind of bvay. You must' put the
a\dtht\ ifaHct fir.CtCBBING. Tuesday, 'pley'Amerlcns < Mrs. MASON, was arrested, along with an accomplice
At ,, .on hands worth blows
I, 'il. Mellonre. Orange county 'were not easily ; Stockton $50. Laboring are on witfr4 j sledge-hammer.! Insteadof
!iii I 29th At Marion county, on Monday, .18th much'sfer to appeal t their sense of justice from $6 to',10 per day; carpenters $12 to 15. 'and, MICHAEL BARRT obtain, charged with allowing hiirr J<;b be:a eighth part of a man,
an on
Fooopeiofsiyr f all of the above works Jane.OC. and to their patriotism. He could ,not Board $2 to'$3 per'dayl.Small: houses, 10 forger fraudulent, attempt and for money you should W"right i up and down (that.

will be sent to oat address on payment of the reg- At Lake LindsayBentoicounty, on Monday', turn his back North, and alienate by 20 feet. in size, and one story high, rent a mortgage note $800. .3, it you ever dicj'swear) that',there isn't aw

mlar subscript for&ree-ths' fourth copy being 25th June. the'iffectioni .urnn.th people when the,South at from$t00 to' $200 'per month., A good .I narticle of th,d hair; or hide of a 'nun,

gratis.*..frtmiwnt i : ill,fc bt given where the above July.At Fort Fanning, L\'count),on Mod 9 had friends there; men .for ins c' a store, 20 by 40, and one tory high, rents "WASHINGTON Jones whose, July 22,1849. .bot him. ,1I up'in that kind of< way

fiumuux it[I i mod* tt'clubt, nor will premiums in At Hillsborough county), .on Monday, MrDaD" w bur I effigy iti the for $3000 per year. "Wai; Carey resignation as and oar partyuldibegin| ; to take coarager,
any ease be fa td be4 unless the subscription is 30th Tamp .his wife n, .becausehe Charges for selling goods at auction are 5 Secretary to the Board Mexican Commissioners and feel as ;fl rclws; ? I2l c 'boee iii !

paid Mto' the putiiihen, without recourse to At Key.Wes. Monroe county), on'.' Monday. presence the casting vote which reduced the percent> at private sale 1Q(! per cent; pa buy- has been previously announced, will 'em vet fif: I i '{' .'
gave : ,
an agent. |f ISth At Miami,.Dade ), on Monday:20th An- and other who bi stood by the South ng"gola' 1-2 per, cent. Insurance, freight and leave this city in a few days for. California, 'fhere's onerajng! ''1at'*-fery. fdfIlZ
Cut tar with the most important despatches for Gen.
,IU''r,.. 'COPIES. ._ of her & tl. If a man, owe another commissionspngolddustto New York, 5-1-2 and I see ".ft tl!:: tery. stnxiouft about.it
,,. gu$ _. MV L >W_!:' .._ nc P. F. in relation to the. future I you : ;
A late arra r mentwith the British publishers. At Fort fierce, '.UCl county, .on ... ona. 'a debt is. it best.t go to u_ him., and,_ ,_ask_ per cent .I anent ofjIlat Smith! country. as .Gen. Taylor govern-(the and tbat is, thatJ4e sh'sitdd! get GiiWral. Taylor .
.Blackwoo4'iMagasJne to sheets 3d September. him to .v or W mm m are out
secures us early pay go somehojvj&r otner on the Wilmot pro.
ef that work*;$7 which we shall be able to placeth.ssroaunerliLe All prnslDtereaed.and who to baT. loIr ,politely say to him,,' Sir, youdon't pay he- should have (resident) has determined to take all the need- viso. Ifs a shaw an 'disgrate,"''and *treaiion crime
C. in
Mr. terri-
hands of responsibility our unorganized
subucribers before '
any por4qii of ,ft can be reprinted in any of mae ne' ready and cme. prepared to prove their i instantly, t'l'cut of, your ears' He remarked as- passed over the attack of BENTON in silence, torie for preservation of order.". worse than higfcj{ that he' keeps his
lands Union
theAmericai ourna s. For this and other advantages eases fully., on heretfor emr that the : a long directed himself mouth,shet ,wiat-subect-! hope yon
bad it been exclusively against Mr. JONES has left
seci. to subscribers eyed will now haT an. t ient it existed we bad a of protection,,>ofpce alreaiy Washingtonon will be able '
: ed :-BUT we pay so oput .( surety but inasmuch in his opinion, the at his California. some_ way or other
their lands. as route to
large a oomi4rstIe1bat we may be compelled HUGH ARCHER, of the diffusion of intelligence, and of mti: at the to get it out ; but I know it is ::a diffi-
tack of Mr. B. was aimed more Mr. Edward Johnson has been appointed
to raise the foe of Therefore
Mw magasine. tOI'
j which has !
of that
'.tsb446e Mry,vikiiu thtprict it low!" .Agtnt.. .of tht Interior.. DunC progress nation andpeople.5 Southern people than at himself-individually, Secretary,of the Board. cult matter.. cin fabby}used to haTer a
0 ,iRewJttsso44sed mmunicaUons should be al- June 2 18. made us great and'oweruTa i he felt bound to take notice"of it. The first way of !: outf; folks'whenthey
knew .
437sMdreast post4sidorranked, to the pub- May if it erI paragraph of the address reads thus: t'The' Louis Napoleon's silly and egotistical letter was aSlee.about] [ their lovers and 'sa

.:!Ilber!, n 1OjAD SCOTTCO., ,Ti Notice.. ". what might follow. himself he was a !line of conduct I have prescribed .to," myself, to Gen. Oudinot,relative to the resistance on. I believe f usI tOdo it,.Jby.stealing

: : 7.7uItoi.: 1 street, NewTTork.ftp6&t' months after' date w* 'wi'apply v;.&'?'the plain man-he understood only plain thingsand I j in reference to him (Mr. B.), is, to.have which "his'\ soldiers had encountered into the room'ithere.!they was asleep

11\.1_ \ "! SIX of Prba N.u fo 9nslsequittanee if this, Government. ,[ newas'satisfied'that little,to do,with him as possible! ,and I accordingly 'tome, brings to mind-a circumstance which andhoIdinga14inggassoyer 1 : their face,

., 1VOTICE n.i partnership heretofore ex- ".- .,Ja. .,dee'd, he hadnot sns' enough'tarnake never notice what comes front him. occured,during hilt .residence in. this State. and whlspenn.'el11i and they wbttld answer
J." feting rteao'l' subscribers under the of .at r 'one half 8'gO"that man must Senator when I any quea she asked 'em. Now,
'tc lt a in his character ,
even He had a plantation from a. -
ed''nIt of Law* CoLat.i" COMPAMY, is this.day tFELIX'GUGEnAnh.'J indeed be the incongruous : gentleman if you could ci4h. Gineral Taylor. asleep
> wbo'co1
-C1MolYe4. by tua.t *isent. ? : ; gfte believed can. avoid; doingsqconsistently.svithmy, on the coast,a portion of the paymentto .
Verily somewhere
1J-EWIS COLBY, .ANN"SAP!,: .11 duties. I regard him inn light very .be made iU"good .endorsed paper. The ou could gtone-of-
the Union Subiic
Feb8-6rn faithful to servants'of the him
were hit House tocatch':
ifcDV that long as we from what he seems-"t)regard me. he*.then this ;
; ARD H.'FLETCHER.CIRCULAR. -' e bless us.- Should we bee : Prince, as Was came to city, "
'- would Heaven asleep sometimndold
NewYoreptjh,1848. ., 'j;Notlce. I e long' would If we may judge from the frequency andvio-, i expected to find;some old Napoleonist who ; a Ipbkingglishim
? t our condition over his face, to hint i and ask
mad destroy twbjsper
,_.4: TI1H undersigned, been Appointed U. as it ten of the most lenceof his attacks on me. He", seems' s to would esteem it an honor to endorse the note ,
[ .< .L 3.Agent for the JarS of Timber upon be more abject, tat think J: stand in his way,'and that I am eves of the'nephew of the Grand Emperor. .But whether hefoar: dgm the Wilmot

.' na- Lii ? .Government lands in- the Atlantic District of deb&peppkonthe The,lun'of engaged some scheme, to j put him,;down. failing in this, and being unable to complete' proviso, probabi jihe secret :iwdold be Vou t
Th. subsettbfr 4e ctfnny.fcnnounees.to; his East. hereby.ctOI aUpersons from would be set, \and the" most tre for and our party ald be safe.v: !makes 'not'pin's
For tbe havenever, moment
'friend and Lbpubinh; that tie.win continue thesame f'g'E'l TKACY Government that'the' ) ID[ onrary his paper as stipulated wrote to the vendor a ddrenchini side .he 'domes .
Un of th> Bo tBELLiNa sind PUBLISHIHO I t.h the-mosihappy: thought of raising him to the,level of a competitor of the property that he could not without pat.ro
Ma11"t: dad eyecwitnessed,! would* detryedh. : on; we can fight .w weft one way' asithifiKJsto
Business at MT 141fNasaa! street which hat I or rival, nor considered iofanyin.portance dishonor;give him endorsed paper;-adding > _
l-j'UewpBrwaiwitkeWeArinj, UavmcUenrec- :.Administrator'IN tlee.i !'..,. l lasti'Xestige: of .liberty,t.heJe ,J 'ne ,. me-whether: he' sh ld'be: putdown the "name of Napoleon needs no endorser.", 'tother, The o( get*bun ,ouU..
:-Wariy bnaWs ufceadded to wl bit ; ." L l We lire ready,tbea4bim polboth tacks.
that.afur the ex- hotAHe think hehassoine-
is hereby given must N O !DelttJ.T .
1 HxirioiSi*Uit $oneera from it*eoouMoelvl'm *--i NOTJCE months from'this date J shill s ie i a Mr o or ; If he comes ont rt' tbe'pToyisoi' 'ca
six ;
Se I con-
to' assailingm
,. Uoo tithat h : gain by ;, pnthe
t.ik* ; lii can offer to hUTpatrtMu prl t tl,& '--i: thing,
adraitegcovifc tms.<-. Tk priinarrobjetoftld ly u' 'of tt.'IfPb fo r' a -i' ch' severity, trary feel that l' have nothing to" gain by! : & Ex-Kisoor THE FRENCH.- -The Par him downwitherat, _Caas;and if he come ..
tebUsfaj entwui b* tb e 1 h.*,* T y>****."*" "7'r '>i3''. ,J3-) # 0 : do of out agin the pr io e caa nta bbAdoa'with
*publication lyl euU. Estat* of B. .t,' to hsnullificatioo:1illccrcff noticing him, and.when compelled sp, is correspondent the Glasgow Daily mail :
Jon Cha hisjnconsistencyTef.erflg Col. Bent { beJontcOme 'Ul
.4 sal af RMI.uaooka,especially such as are without loss bf saysu"Loui3 Phillippe has not been talked & Bat LL l
dsoSied.jJEWIS satisfied if I'escape some ,
'a* to U4i Baptist denominsMen., A CHRISOPHER' and put-to by Gen.oecasionaUroutteririgs am I'm-afraiJ
large : rsi at all, i : we aa'iraobjrt"'dojrsLwithnobodyi : : :
Estate of John : of much You have heard of his ,
I another- reaso for/.no lately.
-aSortaitnt*f5itl *fc school book will be kept.aa4'Io' Adm'rorh. B Crphel t 1 -H aid'it with self-respect. hare ? property /.f.
awe .... tioD will be ; ? a, 8. Jik8cii : 'alumbre"; jh desirfeog notice.him onthe i resent>occa- and of his:debts.' ''I haye"'n w.'jn'my _, ti, : fl i t J
11&.14.'. If &lRmtk s4woU, wishing to replenish ;. ; .t sion.All his.charges agaiustjme, with few possession the most indisputable evidence Now; do try* jUO'10l1r best to gethwt .
\" r1IbrIwW 'rohaII.new.BSJ win forMf AdmlnUtrators'Notice. \ again'startedinto fuU;'if ,; gor.,in. the -but. the. reiterations that he is still therichest private individualin out b'a the jroVJi forfyou; :see.:tow_ioport-
i i' Urt iof'mhkoolwaf they ALL'prllDbt to the Et ofThom' llba ,of the'io-called SoutherntAdd.reit,- and.S trifling,..exception ar ;- the known, world. His .. in New ant it i5. ; ;n' ?:'; \:;' ;-.'- ; ,
oMen willieeetv causeit of those often p1a.:1 ,)1eretofore..tiyhimself : agent. I.
already hare,fcMir. *prompt at4M ; f He (5frH.) opposed the ddrebe ; o I.ieiiain'y4pient out rather.. inn-
.l'4entiin4 sleidon will be earefuUy mad. deoeased ar*hereby W t t"t forth ah to the'South ItwasseetionaMtherefore and qtheri, and ,whlch } .hayej.-met York; M.IAfareLhas' bought for him inhouses .rfrend' '
4 "MIoi/WIB"kCpL & hool and blank,book; and I payment th'lbbr m was pot as ,appeal fanaticalj Jt .w snot and eucces8tlIy. repel1einrn place in the stocks,'ana overproducing an aii- ?, i -' '; i. 'RjiAcXDoWNiNG

I. onvleervcv <. ."n'.O.JI&JII&; mar.yoretpt demands Ea'requested t pro- i Senate. That- they 'mad" p0. impression rual 1 income of ten millions of franci.l1JtwUctly' ..ioJ : if' 1 _'IJt .:., _.t
of %
Books'import*!I sam* within I ; addressed the people the Uaipn.It ..
..c.an UMnl.clI.Ieoa.ntt' ; .ut. 1" i rbb1lw to end.anetth: ,, againslmetttthe, time,' itbeiin.thip ,Senate useless for any:of.-befrien to _. ,. .f. .,_.,'J; "' -".

*IQ.be mi4. eb1c.flsn ministers and teach-., -.;;" H1r BRTI1 ."., was calculated Union, 'to*:We'l&ld"lrH.'mUBI! preserva : or community there p.a be no ,better j"proofthWisaffordeii [eny'vthis fact,'perfectly" "well-known.the .8ma.U'objfr, t PJ" .modast cot* ,

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The following iLr j ine', extracts, from the Too rnutli cannot be bestowed upon 'C.l..Itc'J' ) Who we*;ti'AetO"to**"* 1 ...,. cox. n0BEBir'irtTLEn.ft $ln C"TCH i.t Three 'or fOr of o ,

? statutesof the Stiiteguxd to negroes, Capt. Howse pre; sberif and the citizens .Hark,from the. I led sound.': '.. !1el worthy i wbp 4re ptrnii' j / Floridian.. e and Jour- young "'t out on a shark h1 _
IpI'r and i ir
who accompanied their1 immediate C Botleii'the wmoved neftt in- theFred Soil conviction it yesterday, |: course two *
tapPendeJ 0 uiYf actors o
I to the pr 'e sli3.published in our J/Rober i I July, J have read a letter landed a coupletfeet lof which
andarrest of these'crinnsmor
I last: '. pursuit in''the d neri,.appears tbcFOciif(# ;th sat in CleJt orUh813tb, anJ nl Surveyor Gen 2 inches in ktfL They mar'J'.
t'1"It present alarming cotJbrute".af '
iaitrcnlarly rt
I any person, hit; i ',the legal control of a tate the country. ver na the 29th Hon. ultimo, thefassagf of .wThoma Ewing anoher. quite a atter, estimated to b at 4

clave, shall rafier hiiI'f >r bet to go at large and Mr.Mobly left a family. Thos. Ewinp on'the 'ingratitude, of Taylor- Vie ldnan of.1787. A similar enactment, Secretary *>f the Interior. TJS document l let 15 feet lon t t he,tore oat the b t'

trade hall be at fined'a' free in person a sudi ,lot etteh'exceeding person one to offending hundred t Oa Argus,' 2d ins!. j s7). bav perusedRemtnisceneesof I asour.reader8faU.know' ,bas,now.assumed is one of social most remarkable"value.: a emphatc.pJitic.n ( poon, leaing on 1"i t portion of his '

dollars*t the discretta i'of fee Jury.-Act Febrv \ th e. ine"-in 'which. the A1thor. describes the_titIefthe,r Wilmot. Proyjso._,' (|s ,thc State of Florida,'a man sodeserving'the and* our "k'a"da .

t try lOtA, 1832; 27ioo. ',/Ji igut, 507. -FLORIDA REPUBLICAN. the imagined sensations decapitated first time lathe history of parties that either, consideration of public and fel .-.ha111Gi t&S&1BS ____
It master ptoyer of slave shall
any or ffi a liceaee e.
tuch-ilavo to gd It large and trade ai a free nobles as the retrospectof a.whole -lifof has attempted thus boldly and recklessly to': polite society, whose merit and coneqaencare MBS. I _

i loan, (except in thekii.of i St. Augustine and Thursday, August 0, 1849. folly crossingihe brain at one flash, and organise 01?*a 'ectional( 1ssue arid *;to unappreciated by present Executive mond GEx&J Jualw.-T\ Ricb ;
t prPenaacola. ) the mat c'*,cmployer,.hall forfeit of our Government, is enough to excite the iC the
and pay the mm or1[ ::4a3an' to the county "We:omitted to"'state, in 'our' last, that on the fixedness of the eye, even after the fat abtain'eclabby.the; mockery of a aiO mot ferYot indignation.-.fieryexaspera- 15th. July, has >ecetred from."North

. treasarer for the use of ,b4 county,to be recovered I of I CHARLES W. drop, as if fain to linger consolation, on a Yet such,.is; the. eL tp the breast of everyf r.Tbe, Bend",1;* tfie Rslde :bftbelateGen. Wira
the 23d
by,him before any cottt ;)arbg jurisdiction; and. Monday, July, ,
I if, after conviction, eaeit' .M*** shall be found going DOWNING entered his duties vision of titled ancestry. We attach w>. little Free"Democracy" the o b, are,,now thought that a'mail'who'"met the tarthianarrow hJ 8 togaifjrfhf in- '
at large and trading?Utf muter or employer Es., upon a had : ," after such long and meritorious services formation thatGen&atOrdertv ffVl lClpuktCf I COO
hall be liable tothe like ltYf. and so as otten Secretary of Slate-to serve for the term of credit to ft tto that we nigh forgotten : performing-such the ,ipsult offered.to4tbebeneficent asbe says' himself bejias tendered to valescing from bel r&ent attack of sickness

after conviction ai such'!s1i I be found so gof the book, and should probably hve'forgotten intentions of.,,our forefathers. his country, should Jbe' tamed out of ndhas1ar1aatukhabledto.

4 leg sec at 13,large and, ere and Thonij traiiBg>spft-Ad**.:ftigett Nov., p.2ltt 607., 123, our years._ _ _ the author, had not Col. Butler's posthumous And; who, we, gin,ask;'are ,the actors .in for any consideration' whatever, is ofc-I 1 I. walk! .-.bou;-."-,---i(.1)|--', :V .; .U. _

If any person shall 1 yept': or receive,from From Washington. experience recalled the decrptio: this Cleveland mummery I The distinguished much to endure 1 ,That,.all the services recounted 0 _

.tany value slave without, any money gr in,:produce, or thing of We have a 1 letter from a gentleman inWash- with tenfold force. Verily, the sufferings. of men'were, with one or two exceptions by Col.-Butler. himself, were rendered >" Li' *J *, ""' .*a.*** _
a ticket the will -
trap master or owner him who to deny
or oveneer of such slafe*acthoriting such slave i ington dated the 29th ult., from which we '! a noble martyr it intolerable r: ,. broken-down. political t hacks.., The, .chief You by that have, tears"prepare presume them Ez(1 riv* DPAT, "
to dispose 'f uch tJpg&f Ytilue, the person BOf make the following extract. It will be seen The victim hath uttered no piercing venerable centennial i she his ELEtm02&B Jr :1
. .. buying, accepting, or, ijecth-ipg j shall on conviction ,speakers were I.Locpfocos. now.And let us sympathise reby Ordered
:. : .. be fined in a aim not exceeding one hundred that President Taylor has determined to meet shriek ; neither doth he groan piteously; nor The President .w Hon.. .Benjamin i woundel' pirit upon the refle ti nbat: AN the, Fourth tgdgitde.of Fr&Au I W ;
dollars, and 'tmpruo t if not exceeding three ; pe'opte Florida be, the order .a on the first Monday fcf October D ,
the"ishes of.the of in regard doth his yell startle the welkin. As the Tappan 'a"radical the Red Republican : 1
( ?tt ,election
5, j months at the diseret *I'ofIke J.ul'1.-.4ct Feb. .01 Lieut. Col.! been. a appointed by law.fo of. .seers '
!.j ", lOrt. ,MC. 65, Th > nptojrt Vignt,p. 603.. to the removal .of the Indians. At the time head falls, a fierce hiss, loud and seething, stanip, ,hot aided i with 'all bis'might to annex Majorand therefore Taylor wonld woJd..not nave have risen for.a ilrigadM\*t. eral,ta A tt* vacancy
,! ; That or,by if anj hiS servant person 4 4r i pemau agent shall IOU or either barter himself to the letter was written\ the Government had i issues from the teeth, while OA the face Texas..,Rufus P.. Spaulding a.ano- to the command'of the American 'forces in oiue Byrne. by the.. *pi.oG. : Q ;

'1 i I any slave or slaves an; wnou' *<>r spirituous liquors: j just received the intelligence of the outbreakat smiles and frowns alternately rfpose. Indeed ther, and a Cs man last fall. Henry L. Texa and some other officer, possiblY him Also, ane1ectIon.cisbyordere4. tetielildn
1 '' i the Third BrigadfcNeJ Florida t
! of any description, wi tfoijt'en express license in Indian river. The intelligence chuckle of mortification slf, have beaten the Mita.*4.the
subsequent a occasionally Ellsworth, of Indiana,.was another, time and places aboi* cined,
!. j i \ : writing from the person!havtflgr the control of saidlave who 3 vp B
and descendant
I I or slaves authoiiaiug.th\\ slave to pur. from Charlotte Harbor will prompt the Government distorts the features,and even in their agony long l as be held place in the Patent cans at of Buena Vist might possibly have been a hail-- Ueneral rMmuel, oioo'!'Mtj$) M}.*,.resignation_ T .
: hase theaame. or barter with slave 9fceand l 1O. Rll t-* --
or -
: ( laves any article buy whatever,:without any license as to instant determination : the lips articulate: pocketed'his pay, was content. ed as a Washington !' Abe, u',ftpf by Ordered to W W ?

: aforesaid, he, she,or thqyso !ending,on conviction WASHINGTON, July 29, 1849. Butcher Ewing, this lot has fallen to me slavery.spread,from pole to pole. Eli Tappan .Alas that he-a not submissive, and the in the Cavalry Kegitejt6 o the Second t.'
Militia ,
t 1 ., fined thereof in a sum before not less thiCirc"oit'..had\ ,?nty-fve Court,dollars shall nor be 'To the Editor t f the Florida Republican: at your bands, I wrote two letters to Old ; a Locofoco Ohio,editor, who advocated I repository" of s much talent, curge integrity Forid, the ple on e' by law.i th 0&. ..

f .. more than twc hundrec doilais. or imprisoned not DEAR SIR: Supposing that your citizens Zack demanding the grounds of my sentence. annexation of Texas, drafted the resolutions and modesty, not placed- lion of the 0
sioned the GeL 8.
I three hat chair by pf Samuel Spencer.
exceeding month 5;At 4to discretion of the
I Judze.-Actt ISiS eft |.tV. : "tfumpson's Digest, would feel interested to know what the President He never answered them, but 'handed them I and J. W. Taylor, another Ohfo editorof ', It. may not 'be yet too late. He, -> rsg1| 'i;, -* ,*sT I

'6l. *" l : K ,designs doing in consequence of the over to yon,Butcher Ewing,and you, Butcher .. tle same' stripe, made a speech. 'Giddings I' "through the mail "'may "friendly billet" Officers PK"'KegfownU*Battalions '
of the hostilities commenced the In. and '
. That if any slave er itarosUHbefoundinanj r news by : Ewing, have sent 'em back to me unread I Van Buren were of course there find, stating hereby. ,
required ex
warehouse dians write to that he has issued orders t fl& U'8c:
,, storehouse % :tipping shop, or othe F. say the, latter representing the houseof within the limits tteif
: place fitted up for trad ng,:mitm sent by his, her for troops to be got in readiness; and if the -' thus adding insult to injury.. 'My char Lindenwald. iustrious 'wi give me pleasure to again restore," W.>l)|>'
ij Clr their owner, oversew or employer, after the (JLY. Gne.Juy
| intelligence next received shows that the acter as a gentleman is well established in I '* *
hour of nine o'clock at flight.:or before daybreak This convention held but two and we be blest again with the refulgent 2'I. '
Sssions -
t.: In the tihe'cjftbbath if outbreak is general, and not confined to the polite where I am much the Buffalo and descendant noble 0 .4r' ,4ExEcirtDspAiTixic -
t morning or on day; or any society bet i r adopted platform, light of this of a truly "
I lave or slaves shall be Void ml any time in any o f small party mentioned, the soldiers will be t known than the rough'and ready die.: name in'our political hemisphere.The .
among sin .
I the aforementioned places?uta sent as aforesaid sent to Florida at once. 0 0 .Tall eJol7,1849..
h.rehehe, has been rascals who helped to elect the second Wash. tC talent! of Col l, Butler also
or theYI'all permitted tc In a conversation on the subject of the As EXPECTED. Messrs. and Van p IS IIEREBY.ZtDEEED, 'That'tkess
; .remain for the space of Iw$ minutes,with the doo Clay I entitles grave consideration. The IT who shall W, .the-sevenl
Indians which I had with the President I have in vain for the by
, ,, j: ofthe aforementioned place Jod; or if anyllave un I ington. sought Buren, hitherto 8 wide apart on all ques facility with which he has arranged the imagined of Probate of iftos pint Inspecton e*'
1, or slaves shall be seen to carry into the aforementioned yesterday, I was pleased to learn from him I cause of my head being in this predicament, tin ot a political hearing, have each writ. communication of .Rough,and.Ready 0 Jude to be held: fof 'tetwty' o! on Monday

: place any article:4? articles. for sale, And1..i that he is in favor of removing them to the: or why the ultras of the political party ip of congratulation to a meeting of r to his _Secretary 'of the Interior, in such the first day of (Ofetobvr also act,
( 't not bring the same ou$ ; or if ho, she, or the,; West, and will recommend tliat Congress pas free-Boilers' at Cleaveland,"Ohio for the as inspector of the LJtaiions for Officer of.th* l
; t smooth and language
i shs.ll bring out of the jjlace article ot which belong desired When verse clearly intelligible -
.Mme anj that you my scalp. I Florida Militia, orde0&)s b.heldoaaald5zstMondayofOctober.
an.appropriation purpose. celebration f for the first time of tbe
I articles which may beenpurchased therein, the world knows the 'services the Ir passage i. ,is sufficient tt'stiCy.any one of his I Jp
: I this shall be taken and lccied family of the ordnance of 1787. :,ilOSELEY H
i as presumptive receiveddespatches I capacity in the line poetry.I W. DJ Gownwr. l
.l; J evidence against the perlon 'r Col. SPENCER, the Indian: Agent, whence I and service "Mr. Clay While ? '
} persons owning or sprung my own cays : no one'can be. envy Mr. Ewing the pleasant emotionshe July 23, 1S19. ji I rog3-4w

'i I' or keeping other the plaee storehonse.Msrehonse fitted upJ:' trading,of tippling-shop an unlawful 1 on the 1st, for which he has been (which latter my junior Zack knows something more opposed to the extro'o late in I. must have experienced upon reaJin; Col. i.. .t. -

,; trading with snch slave pir1 slaves-to be rebutted;, waiting, in answer to a communication ad about, if I could only get him to open, those new territories, ( \ Butler's letter addressed to him I am we.l Proclamation -#) the Governor.
::1 .1 however by further jjftiefeiunptions, by circum- dressed by him to the Department on the his stubborn mouth,) they would bush the Mexico,) either by authority 01! Congress or satisfied that he must have been assured the \'"
'f'.f .tanul in favor of thejactuse.1.-Pamphlft lawt, slander.' I individual I should be unwilling '
of grandfather Colonel left which
breathings My was enterris out 11f4
r l! Act approved 11th Jar\vvy\ 1849, No. 49,p. 7C,. 25th of June. Col. S. had at that time visited to do increase the one.accomplishment ? ;,
an Irish Native Amercli, who raised to theservice any prevailing he evidently possesses in an eminent degree

( NEW Y nt, July 28, 2 p. m. Tampa, and was induced from appear of the fve sons, who were excitement.1 I -that of being a trumpeter of no small
ances in that quarter to inform the Government named from the of "Mr. Van Buren says: 'It can scarcely ,
1, The steamer Crescent City arrived here Washington .
11 Jut night, bringing ohe month's later news that the aspect of affairs was threatening Honor's Bn. One of these sons \\a my be necessary to say to you how cordially ; caste.D Mr. Editor, if poss'ble: I pray, give
and I in the ,
l from Cahforma.I and to urge steps towards removing the father, Wm. O. Butler, who was earnestly concur policy of the i room in your paper for the letter entre ; it .- -
elevated to the Vice Presidency until great measure you desire to sustain.' : i is seldom that a man writer his own bo-;
t fi
Panama arrived $
The steamer at Panama Indians. He requested greater facilities for Fimore's Hate fellows well met." s ELECTION OF $ ATE SENATOR.
r from San Francisco on the llih of July.I' .- election was ascertained, was the graphy in such glowing terms, to be published
She brings $500,000 ibjgcld! dust. The gold operations than at present at command. His of my father's brother. Honoft flanpartcularly [Fayetteville North Carolinian. i while be is livini, that it is a rare A ACANCY'haTi lectured I l.oe.r

!: p at the mines i is -represented ns being abundant despatches to-day are in reply to this com- distinguished themselves in all I We think our yore friend of the Carolinian gem-/ Yours&c.:, State occasioned Senator in bye 4l& resignation .f the

i L fully realising ;qectatonJ There municafon.The the great battles of the Revolution, minutely need read the two letters again with) I PICKWICK. Dtrc. ErU IX Tnsytjl t* hereby Ordmd,
"1 estimated at from' :' to 30,000 described in Ingersoll's History of the Late That an ,. beheld la'said Dutriet on
5,000 MO
are persons Agent departed on the 1st for Tampa, more attention. He would then possibly he
1 \ \ employed in digging; at the mines, but War. I can barely advert to my own rather MattUenr. dajtlie. fint day of OoW1r"0' "*, next, to 6 1 vieancy.
under instructions. different We :
it} it is only those who rF.acctl tomel1to harJ achievements-but should not omit TO State brought to a very cncu8ion. This distinguished laborer in the Temperance Given wider and .lbs great

i work and fatigue who cku stand the labor The Indian that I won most.of my distinction with Gen.: do not perceive sentiment congratula cause has been in receipt of seal of the tt'1Ax Florida, at u

and privations of minin*. About one half We continue have Jackson behind the cotton bags at New Or tion" in' letters, nor do'we 'W'eve! that an annuity [SEAL.] Capitol in the ojty of Tahu
;I 1'If' of the miners are said jto be foreigners. to flying accounts of ; leans, and in aiding Gen. Cass in the heroic bth i from the British government, in con!idera1 25tb day of .d.A. $a. t
their authors i
f!. It appears that our Consal l at Panama further depredations by the Indians-killing surrender of Hull. Of course I was with) I are bale feUo\y well rf' 1 I !:pn of the many sacrifice his benevolence American WILLI1K) MOSELEY,'

tt:; would not assume the (responsibility. of sending men, plundering and burning houses, &c.; Col Johnson when he killed Tecumseh. more in reference to this "Democratic" free bas imposed. The enthusiastic sons oLj Attest: .,'ovcrsnrofRwid.C. .

I!$ i the California mon jby the Crescent Ci but we have no authentic statement of out not omit saying that, while behind soil movement than they have been on' W. DWlI.St&riary tfStatt-
Erin in New York determined that he
the cotton bag I seem t July 23, 0
ty. j | since the attack the actually an questions of a political bearing. In fact 1S. "' &
"I. The British frigate lh tar e was at San rage on trading house express on my own responsibility, with or think Mr. bat no longer remain the recipient of Brit. t t- -
I at Charlotte Harbor. We incline to the be ders to proceed day and we Clay's language conveys a rebuke Jacksonville rVnale Institute
Bias bound for MazatJbfi, witlt two millions night, (not sparing ish bounty. The Tribune says" that a businesslike -
)' of gold dust on board. lief that the startling accounts of subsequent horseflesh,) the bearer of instructianl to the convention and it actors a '-u II
iL( a movement is being made to free
| bY .
efforts ; command, to Gen. Coffee words be made do indi TgVIE Committee Erection adopted
!I The greatest art making in California occurrences arise from the fears and confusion Hnds plain as can to by h
him from the thn regu&tf flns
and following :
to establish a Slktje goviernment, and of the inhabitants who are flying from the Mississippi dragoons, to proceed by rection. We will quote from'h's letter'more entirely obligation to J Scholastic Year & .1n of four Una (,
I ,.: thereby demand admittance i into the Union day and night(in consequence at large. to the ordnance of 1787 place him in such a position as will enable of eleven weeks each. |- FOrthography
!; of the United States. I,, : their homes in the counties near the line, and I it was all day with the British) for the pro Alluding ,. him'to devote the'remainder of his life, free ,'ReadingVwriting, aad At

; : '.' The Alta California of the lith June contains taking refuge in the towns. Numbers of tection of NewDrleans !' In short, my services Mr. Clay says : from anxiety or inquietude, to the tic, per term, 94. Tl;!.'fkore; w F"-

:i, ') a proclamation b} 'G|n. RJley warning people have flocked into Tampa Ocala, St. were inappreciable, as a proof of which) It is proposed for the first time to commemorate of propgton Grammar above, with and the Geographyi) ] Pr t,f '
his benevolent A higher
" }: j the settlers not to countenance the Legislative they were rewarded by a brevet to a grade it. It is impossible to disguise the mi8io : pr Jmi- education AFfc ?Dl.
Augustine, Carey's Ferry, Pilatka, and some lower than that / served in/ In conviction that this meeting of most influential citizens will I embracing C.I.m
: Assembly of the District of San Francisco !! a fit of purpose originates out of nary ''r natnraT, and Plo ,
M i either by paying takes or by supporting have even taken refuge BO far north as Jack- modesty, I requested that this brevet might the quetio0 the take place, and, when a treasurer and com ny, Cemter' Geology t ,

?i or abetting the offices of the illegal: and un- sonville. This is the condition of things be expunged from the records. Although tllll of unfounaelvagaing funds .rOlrtaty., t
mite are appointed, to a large amountwi 96. Each ,
h < authorised body. r i brought about by the two forays that are entitled from seniority to the Adjutant Gene into New Mexico and California. While ni in t 'in- t U *
;l;I < The same paper contains a proclamation known to have taken place. An outbreakonce ralcy, a Whig Board further recognized my one can be more opposed to the extension of be liberally contributed to relieve him of: The&lyane.Scholars will bejEyfif the instreo-

H j. by Gen. Riley, which tales that he, in accordance merit by 'reducing me from a Colonel to a slavery into these territories, either by the those pecuniary hilities contracted in the tion, of a experienced F43 e. -
t with instruction* frtim: the begun, panic ensues confidence is lost, Lieutenant Colonel,and Z. Taylor, (Lt. Col.,) authority of CongreS or by individual en cause of humanity It is said that Father Provision has been maolil or iastrnctioa i La.-
and the promising settlements in Southern the Second / tin, French Painting a43for >awing, and Music,
L ry of War, has assume* the secreta-j r Washington, now President of terprise unwilling to do any Matthew does not
I, Florida abandoned.But pwe one shilling.person which additional
of affairs California B >t an are the United Slates to a Major-and tbisto thing to increase th pmailing excitement term cw'wi b m. Octo-
ernor but as Executive) of the"; Government these events have fully awakenedtne I by a Whig From that time Zachary I hope ,that the question will be. met in a ally. 1 her frt. eommeq'1lj. th 8 o

now existing in Cahforni i. The Californian r State and the General Government to a has repudiated "ulr Whiggery. I met the spirit) of .calmness and candor, and finally fr He has entered iilly on the labors of hii Applications for.admbs $| 'a&b made*

condemns the terms of' en. JMey's! : proclamation : tense of duty, and will perhaps not be much Parthian arro\"' resige. As some recompense settled in a manner to add strength and eta- mission,in the Un4dStatee, and ha administered of fljyeettgi!) "

and defends tht irtjcle) >of the Legislative : regretted, if they ultimate in the removal for the me, the President bility instead of bringing any danger, to the i the pledge tnew and Brook. J.Dr.M.H: .NIEL ,

i assembly alluded,1 'iI14' publishes an savages. refused 1 accept my resignation but existence of the Union." York A. M.D,
The extract from the letter we publish said: I consider: lyn to 20,000 peop| e. He paid .
address in which they co i iilkii bitterly of the might myself one of the disbanded What is there but rebuke in the expres Csitet ofDiictioa.
1. j failure of Congress to gft e ih rri a legitimate will show the feeling of the President of the officers, with six month extra pay! sion of Mr. Clay's a visit to Boston where he was received Rev. I. SWART ThiIrtr.
4. 1 form of government. \ U. S. Orders have been promptly given to Sat sfied, I devote the remainder anything with the heartiest and confers Jacksonville July 7,IS
Complaints are also I Iq dpf taxing the inhabitants the commanders of military posts at Charleston of my life: to a comfortable ,survey of its che to increase the prevailing excitement 1 his demonstrations .

p without givij ftbbin a form of Savannah, and other Southern point quered scenes. But alas! after having fought He knew, a well a every man not bent on veyed t qua in a barouche drawn I Estate of Ann 3!. II+'3.de1, Jaa. .f *f

; g v't suitable to their protection, especially to hold themselves in realness to bled. and die] for my country, the second the sacrifice of the country's peace for his by four horss.A .oh,. C.CJ ,...' J
after the recital f our relief, and a body of regulars has already Washington, at Butcher Ewing 7HTOTICE having--
repeate' : their grievan-I your instance own that the convention for herebypvafl person
ces. reached St. Augustine from the first named decreed my auto defe, by an order fully preferment was floufhern Lynn. 111 any claims against, i estate of Amr M.
The Assembly earr.efl t\'i 1f recommends to city.Gov.. MosEtET has acted with &romantic as this record of myachieve- nothing__ more, than H-agitationn at the North. One of the mot1atrtiV nhieet- _n_ u in_ flip___ to Hernandes Drwent them, late duly of 8t.antl J5i* *county Udand deceased.attested.
their fellow citizens the nSpriety of electing becoming ments. I have done it into verse. He knew too well the men who led the I f without And be
delay. Indebted
t t *. at least twelve delegate '|f'cm? each district promptitude in the premises, and in pursu Iam not fond of "splitting hair" nor movement, to regard it of good thriving City of Atlanta, Ga., is the &o are requested to make ; v. ''

to attend a General Con intion, to be held: ance of his orders enlistment is going rapidly am I partial to splitting necks; it He concludes I, a augury Factory oJ J. T. Humphreys' If Co., It is And all creditors, thoiL. DI entitled
I Puebla San Jose oft'the' third forward to relieve and protect the frontier.- to any one who politely victimized such an establishment to distribution, who their claim*
or hi ,
Monday as
has been raised in Leon "But. all other considerations emphatically any and demands within two yWJ from the first'publication -
County gentlemen waiving
fin next, for the "rpoje 01 to if I would not have been hailed the -
August organis- say
Georgian.migbt well be proud of. The hereof are ftrth notified that,C1eir
under will gentlemanly
. ing a government for the e whole territory despatched to Tampa command of second Washington, bad I submitted to my indispensable engagements prevent claims are forever barred. >I .1': : -. '
.. of California. I I II Capt.: \Vm. fither another company is to be reduction.: I sy y s.. Because, would'ut I my attendance, &cv and enterprising 0 proprietors are 0 JOSEPH M1IITtNANDEZ .

It is further suggested al tjieM delegates ; enrolled at $ point, and orders have have pushed-Lt. Col Taylor down r Ma- %What were these other considerations ? Georgians. July 26-8w JJ3 Ezecutce.JACKSONVILLIDADF.Mv. .

have discretionary pow ;ita form a State been sent Col. Mitchell, of the 10th regiment, jor, and taken rnk 1 Would'nt I have Why those ,enumerated in the above .extract "-e' tan their own leather with Georgia .,

Constitution, or to adopt rh other form of upon information transmitted by him of the just started where he started 1 Would'nt I -that the. of the convention mostly of Georgia hides, and are THIS Institution wilt i'peued o. a. 'rat
government, subject to t" ratification of the necessities of'the case, to organize a compa- have beat the Seminoles at, Okeechobee ? manufacturing them into shoes at the in June ne44 9' o'clock, A. M,,
people, as they may deer/ vfcable. ny of mounted men at Ocala. In additionto Would'nt I have had command of the north originated out of the question now unfortunately of forty pair per day, two hundred and forty rte in JACKSOIVILUC East F1o

it .' An enthusiastic meelioi was held at San the instructions received by Col. Pons to wing of the army in Mexico 1 Would'nt I agitating' the Union : that it was calculated per \ being upwards of twelve thousand modation Separate of rooms young will Lads b4 tI t4cftte.9 for, when the accom they

: J Francisco on the 12th Ju'q': consider theta organize a mounted company here, J.V.. have beaten the starving Mexicans at B ena td'increase the prevailing excitement. : pair a year."They will be instructed in the (Of $tary and higher

I propriety of sending dele's the Conven- Bryant, Esq. returned from Tallahassee on Vista [Certainly you would, if your'pite that it was not in a spirit of calmness and to furnish country merchant branches of an :English I tion above mentioned &c.: [lieITon. Thonn- Tuesday last with orders to Col. Pons to nurture not you for 'rog7ing' candor: and that it was calculated to bring at props price that such can be and young men will be fit|** [fbf College or for
raise another. Of the professional in the IAt Greek
I L as Butler King was Presi t, and addressed company already or- it, or such a sacrifice as danger to the existence of the Union. bought in Charleston. And a the best pos and in the philosophical aict*aualhematieal d daisies oi-
Thos. Ledwith has .
r the assembly in a forcible! ianner. ganized, been elected Cap. sick private your berth in a steamboat, and \\ e need not contrast Mr. Van Buren's sible evidence of the quality of their work, ences. :'- ;: '.<,' '. ,1AaistoxuR't
F I Business at San Franc ci Is: very duLL tain, John Roberts let Lieut.; Ephraim Harrison wrapping yourself in your blanket,for a letter. of a nomination'tendered one house in Savannah has engaged to take *; '

: : Dry goods and provisions kre. iling below Mr. 2d Lieut.has:and also Lawrence received from Ryan 3d Liel t I rough nap on the quarter deck.] But Iwould'nt by acceptnce ablitionistlast fall, is'the 10,00 pair. We would get up at midnight Tn yzjR will be divide4ito four'quarters:' ,

the original cost. LumbeHis"stl! in great Bryant the Governor have been a no-party President- best interpretation : snow storm, to do that merchant a favor of about 12 weeks each wiinUTvening vaeations. >>
demand, and selling for $350 per 1000 feet. the appointment of Quartermaster.The .- not I. 0 I, for'lisliberl encouragement to. home The day will have twtf iMkion*s the first,
sickness Company now organized material I submit to without indus from 9 to 12 M.,' and the sepAd, from S to ft P.
:, There is no of atnoint at the possesses my decapitation a Signs. tr.and enterprise. M.
for efficient service if Wednesday appointed to
mines. Every thing is going oa jjuictly and very needed. murmur, Butcher Ewing. Napoleon Ritchie The Washington,Union published Colonel exercises in declamation.
Gen. L. A. and
peaceably.The Thompson Col. B. F. your Cabinet is without a which After the first be 0
Crescent City brings no mails" and but Whitner have been commissioned: to confer account for its delight in hea beads Benton'a speech without a word of animad At St. HARIED.. except at or near mOrDinK'lh; ; the'.session,.

ii, l; few passengers. with the Government at Washington, and people off. My sight becomes dizzy version.It Swart, of Augustine, on the 3a.ult., by Rev. I. and no pupil, for. e s
t .I 0 Jaksonie. Esq., "
i ii ; "The brig Col. Fremont,:,an4. Tiip Grey to urge the immediate removal of the Indians. I and I roll over. J nave worn for thirty has published Mn Calhoun's reply Mi. LVCT FECi. dghter of BUIT the late Dr. t. t a _,*

II IiI4 Hound, Baltimore, had artivjfcJ safely at The despatch of Major Morris, commandant years the coat of polite Democracy, and it without a word, of commendation. Heading- -Wnttngan4Aritl2jeUj5" 00

: "'", San Francisco. AU hands yeli'aud'0 ;' ;in good of Tampa, to the Adjutant General of is not threadbare yet. So much for the late editorial 1 connection Higher English studies ,)]I'- .- .'-S 00
J Philosophical and Classical iodSes
___ "spirit i DIED 1000
1 f'T' '. The Crescent City bring? f over j $ OOooo the U. S., giving an account the outrageat 'Our correspondent will excuse us for not formed by Ritchie and the ExCommissionerof At Geneva, N. Y., on the ELIZABETH One-half tie price r;toi tide,1 according ?-tb.studies .
Pease Creek, mentions the return of the publishing the Dirge of Col. Butler verbatim 2 nt..l\i
it ''in 'Patents will be !
% Burke pursued expectedin L4TanOa
gold dust this ROBINSON
jit to for
city different parties. men d patched to bury the persons killed, and at length. If one were to read it a hundred ofNe\v' Hampshire .,.daughter PETa and .1zy. the balance at the end of eaeK&ra.
:; : Teap'dfor L Ba.'t patriot.. but ha not a syllable of the painted Indians times he could not remember s muchas State' which has dlcar I'itl through H. BODES'; 0 "I Board will. be provided iiv-TftW ,'at reasonable

HUr. Mnrdeiy ] afterwards seen, or of the hundred who raised the above eclectic. The Union of course i Legislature, in the,Wilmot.Pro- They tl me thou hast'gone!--. "tat a in,na ., parents rates per an4 month guardians for pupils, who fratt&e m4n'desire'"travail countryman*

A" IA dreadful and revolting munkr was commilted the war-whoop. will publish a new edition, and it will be- viso and the abolition of slavery in' the District fondest tones now"try to wake thy sleep,. themselves of the facilities of UM baU'aticul'ror

-,.--- at Palatlakaha on last Friday, on the come a classic with the young Democracy of of, Columbia. While empty !halls ip akbaok thy name again, the education of their chUd'aahd. :Others,may be
;'person of E. Mobly. The hxtii4ual; The Ocala Argus of the 2d states that In- the next generation. When our correspon And echo mocks the'sighs of thou that assured that no exertion will bo mred to ensurethe
con- din signal fires extend over the dent remaiks that the General' 0 : But like weep; health comfort and.progress'I fa knowledge of
in ;it country a wintry frost .
1 erne were Massey, Johjiion, Thomp. the Oclawaha to the St. forgotten W..twar Emigration 11 California. upon epng' flower*, all who may be entrusted. to the'care of the Principal
0 to enumerate
,. Mills, graziers and planters of that with Johns quality as trumpeter, The Missouri route to' California.is. literally The word falli en my heart lnger there f 'KUFUS K. EWALU
to connect
0 0 Jfl : from thenc appear signals on forgets it (Was all by distinguished In whojo cells
place. gather coroner's deep now ;
/We a
inquest lined }>; Principal.
the with
: Atlntic. A postscript says: "We have author of the ." wagons and teams yi a'ia-ehidh03d'ib r 0 (
: /the. following particulars: j'| |t{ this authentic news from Benton. the BoatHo By cn gpiief6the Thine !ImVge fondly'. U" : ;my.ttr dear.: N. B.-Pupils in Town wOlirf expected to|pro'
gold region. five :
way-not splitting Fully thousand
I y, > -some vidoscats and desks. ChairjUf reconu&tThe .
I '.vent t the house of Thompocif.; iMis a eo.Indians.and stop the burnt press to announce it. fam,The of our readers' tell 'ns why Wm. O. Butler, .,wagonsare said ,to be.on ;.their..way. Within myj>oaom'mem'ry'a springs,'o'efflowtog, "," ;"May2.a''tf._. : .. -: L'i'"J. ''.- ,. 4'

:tally existing between Thoin) on and Mob- sly hY. one dwelng-the with the prestige of Honor Band, polite There appears to be mucb- Mingle their waters with my secret I.... -.I. l.... ." --I ,' .4
00 They are ; amH parties society, and was laid by moraityam Upon whose streams tr 0 ._ (obce, I 4 _
'leyj Thompson ask 'Mob wjjy fcs h spreading .over the No time for Mexican'eploit the emigrants from''cholera'A: Affection's rays,e \ ;, { ,t 4' -
: the American traveler -
country. 'cbiefy'
Treated him as while Old I efleef the brightnissir departed' subscriber baring av t ki] :tkceityof
ha tcj more to save mail. Send years; .,
t II between .htba troops. Rough and, Ready was elevated to the seat direct Joseph .states that on But'uothv's Washington; is prepared Htt&rte promptly
pceijr ,breathjiwakes its
.befor ; ; 'Jt ** I esIZesswsbs-_. > all claim the United &fctt
p pHeJ(or bi damned m nr { tThompson \Ve' have' been informed, says the N. 0. of the Frst and hailed- as'a Second Wash' tie'rou'tehoi: nr 4it'Ciiles! to' St. Joseph.he ,Ta bat wih my.heart their lonely > oat or' furnished ta SemijftteWW.mAtat'foruI.sdf

f Mobly with hl gtJ!Johnson Picayune' of the '18lh ult. that I .r i ... .. _i counted eei rl 'hundred 'grvit Most of And ocean;aut Mddeiisvesth IUc.. ., lUitary services Pensieiw-Jc i&A i

0 .'iusie4 into' tbe {"c using a. j on, and Maunsel White '&: Co..;'yesterday"sold. 'Me8rs Old: HEALTH 01 CITICS.-The deaths in ,:New-tt "hem- ;are' jn'the*:open'-"prairie, and.:a t roughplankt ": '%' 51 'th., tame '. \thafchaunts'tlimiriK'n '*A*Addre->v* \j.A,,';, ,JAMWbYAWl.J& OIJES Florida., -t
"Massey stabbed ( ,'
Mobly ia th. !e& br' utvitb ; '.w- ( : .o- --
1 ; a bovrie )kni/e, after woahsUftgian cx.I Zack's cotton,crop at"eight cents per pound, York'for 1352 of which the week ending,on 28th-uly\vire'' ,;the egdpf. le gives the.napoe,, ofthe''deceased :. ;"k'd'-.. .9 .'a"'" >,. ; ItJly1,139.. ; r :, HJr: j 1 "I _iA I

I "'- ,'clJjtt named Bird. _J&J6Myi I roo "This' we consider, :a, tip-top' 692 were by ) and his otTe'Sttetfad the.diseaseof Sweet bo thy r .t.. Thy heart/like the Clp1ut' *,.:, Oresory-- 'Y'd: ,L..tir.
npjre 271 of other diseases; of
the bowels .
ptc -61 by Which ,bndsbeneath: J. ?
t: irit1In i two minutesafler ijic it which he rode ; C 2'T .ttl' ii- : 3L4It! J' '.J"CmiuioesrforLh.acoi.1t4
lJw we'a he
jffia; : soa; is one Convulsions 'and'54 by Consumption inscrip &D1a. night's r. : _/'
'iI tears ,
4 Jroiathe ,koi/e Mills' $tooJjvrjti&agQn{ sn&erg (' ions'arejnerally1piee1 with'shoe 1q .n.' 0 js :. fL I ,
f' grea'lest by thejatq overflow.F&OVVCflt In Philadelphia lonnme'peno ;:the I ; !Slack- Bow'd affliction till ,0 4 A1aacMorgIa.' .1IItb .6
presented during i .
peJ.jo. f 't '
ler aodjj ; tbYlut14 pan '.11' >*<-WP fitt fi+dt't '
!11'.hal from : Jo&asoh'a bead, 'SABBATrf ScHOOt.- -tt1, Jeats'wer.' : were by ing; .Beneath many:pf ,,t r'r es'.at 9g:.th ,JUelf.to sleep) to wake ln tboi bright spheres,JOf I.:" attend the Clrenit Cw&Wl*,the EastJerntCirouit -
OTf IS 106
by" the 'collar 'it 'jibe tinje sIted{ that'Lyncbburg, established the'firel bowels, ,by a., other'diseasfl. rt,us-0f;the_ road,, the,newly raised!.sod,' }; coarsely' ;endless joy, where angels shaUnnfurl ::: .: Y.9'- ;,the Unlte V@Mf*tKstriet

'the. 0 knife' wound was inflicted.: ,A, : 0 Sabbath "'3choorin.; Virginia; i inth:,: year In B limoref.'of' the: wimef'pe'riod, ;the drdwn Inscription""bn"* the {rer/"where'ftheTb'afjf'hai'been '$ Their! golden wings to waft e ta sweet re* (r .'Court Tallahassee a.S Augustine and prescevUr;tthe QaUMl&r 8 pjit*eCe cittf rt aa al tsf
Mailey. Thompson;and MiJ/r./ hUe been 816.r ITS. .' d ) 'removed And Weave for ther pC' Florida ainst $ at
| wo Senators- feSrs 'Apen 2Gw Chop ,;for/lh'piirpose; any"part-of- a -ttr ff reramesit
i rested/And now .in'lai m Ih } place of Ohio and / -were era th8i 12otwhi by M/" K rowl
0 /pbnsou is yet at large. \u'-t *.' member. of Wolki"'ol tbor W/sconsIn" ;and'6, by by Choler Diarrh a.1orft 7bj'Dysentery victims.mrk the Jast.rfKtmfff.place! ,9f many.poor. 0' .l* 1t. .."0: ,. J-i. partmenta,: Address.' i A- JjUS05Tn.tz.J.a "! :1' jjj'jj.\ '. .p!' 'S

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Ita" ef *, ... c.ti.; One-half the above kn e*t U LITe Oak 1eel for.1100 S .TJ- -, -- f .-_ :
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CW &T-Is.CHAKCEKT.Jona .oa&lorn u anile .. tot clue (thno.,u,) M foSow i :- 5GL.uaNo71. J' 1 ,u0. feet 7.4neh anogwyourte" I ). 2 l It-fJL.i.
Seott,!I"'; "' let1 deg t one hundred degrees.form-.?. angle,,. fI. 18 S pfe .29 feet long 1,071 eubie feet. : ITlite Ooi im i6er, fo: per:eu*e/oot long fi/Uea to"twenty.,inches. :wide, 'equal aD aou.J4cbes Ot4_"
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Bifl 1a foncloM 'do'.as 1 qUDUtJa. _T
mortgage. 5? do -
].I',I t back 18c.f the mm moulded to be measured from the I LdO >*1. ,4o' :do' 130do 30000. cnbic feet white,oak plank'stock,,per .100, feet MJneh(mhogany,1eato'fourte'feet" 10 beams,40. .e tt6U "- "
toe given. -
Jl..\.t t tatirfactionor.. the Court. in & by. angles ; dol,, /do. do it*" do' 10000' eu bicfoot. -7.- <<. long.tiff*"**:* hrnt71ac'. %wIde,.:equal 'and mould :c 'eoo.ba -

r V -a To 1I.aide41B 1-2 inches cubic, feet-whhe oak promiscuous The above
tICu Md "died 13 inch '" k4.to4:5 ip1uetosprIngc1iIn45f
the .bO1I *tittd eaoM, that a bill has been 200'rVlwaudl-lncli :
ea. Eada mahogany to fourteen
: ;; ofth.piece., it intended to form ;per cubic foot '
that it two .
aiid'Obr tuned. and bu .
4-111W ; C ). pieces to *11 B_to twenty Inees wide
work-.141-2 feet .equal
IN'm Inches 2000
"n siding 11-2 inch
t. d inches whitOak -
that the defendant feet
lIeU retUTfle ept'be twbposna .' P- mOoIdingnett plankper qvntit. I : 20,000. Tt ,I'
eamot uf&uUhnd it farther appearing to of dimoaaiena an allowance Is made thousand feet. board measure..,* 100 feet i ,' .-- fine .r' t *
sax Inches In the I grain.IGWenbleft. ,
Uw tatafactifa ,*f tbe Court upon affidavit that 20 feet board"measure,'1st:quality. -Much' of the piece "wng way that the n art 2000 feet,'IM inch white oak plank feet long. I I ':
clear white : lDayh taken oat if.deemed per S 3MNo-4. / '
pine plank 200 :
the aboTV MtB 4fendant resides beyond the proper enbia feet African
thousand J1 In the
and tha. feet log not
limit of the Jri dlrii.o of the Court, on motion 2,0 ft'board measure," lit quality, 4-inch contractor will ,hew themwitU tnita, board measure. lea i Lh. ten 1feet long, to & F
of C. A. M. Miteto% oIivltorfor complainant, white pine plank. '':'' .I' rangement.AU the i 3000. feet, 1.1 inch white'oak" boards, 'per inch**square. IWtJ1'1-I. thirty. .' .
it is ordered hatttodd .defendant appear and 3,003 feet, boarduieuure- quality ab'"' bare aforesaid Live Oak keelson timber'.baU thousand feet board measures: -I ihFflIjT"alf7RdL.I :
plead, or anther! ta& hill on or before the first clear white pine plank..: .: : : the grown not more thanJtwenty-nve miles from .3000 feet 3-1 inch white oak;boards Cz.issNo'l2: .:
4&1or th.nettrnI& this Court or the said biD 3,000fee board measure,1st taat 2 1-2-ineh sea &Del sha1l befreefromaildereetewch !thousand fee .board .,--per M pl '(board measure,) :ioO/tft. 'I ,
- the
impair per
white JUT good quality for the measure.
wifi And be taken it It rutftaor pro ca+orfl frwr.rd that a certified copy fthU 10.0 feetboard meamre.pine 1n.Is"qut. 211e., whiob I. roquiredto u be got out draught purpose the for ii- The above white oak plan\'stocka" 'to 100 feet tuple Joist, .x.'11-2'z'' andSx, 3 .IjJ: ) 11U .1. rf
dml"'Y. inches
- order b ,Hi$be4ibr the space offour. months clear I, the .Dd J 'WMp cuning Ginches.in 45 be in lengths not less than 35 feet, aTerairinir Z5 feet .equal quantities. .

according to l&w.,, .1c* 10,0 feet,board met. let fa1t1 1 1-2-inch. feet moulding,. '. ... 43 feet, half to sqnare 12 inches and half to i maple..veneers aredtOD', &' ".- J "J,:' It iSJ ill 1f..
I LAS clear ,pine : Cedar, board : M.
Judge. measure
:1 CuisNo.2. square 14 inches and per c
the !
: JTOS.DOUG upwards at end :
feet, board let quality 1-4-inch ; top -
6.0 ter. of the stick. 1000 feet cedar boards:84 inch Wet. ,
cLfti' OrFK-c, OCALa, MAXJO Co. clear p1i" locust, Timier They must be rough-squared '!:1; :

Bnletu' berk 1,000 feet, board measure, qut 1 1-4-tech.. ::500'eubic ''recl"'LoDi1JslaD.d Locust according to the growth'of the tree; to have I C.rrg.board' measure.) or 11 phees I.ir : ; _, ; .
L I John L. of the Circuit Court 0 Timber .
__ clear 1
plank. no pMee a A ,.. It
cypress lengths not less wane exceeding fifth the ,.
than width dt'
tea feet of 100 feet : !
for tM Count*jof fai Dl do hereby certify that feet, board measure, 1stqnehity11-Ineh f to average 1 2 inchMi the cherry plank 21-1-1oeh.twelve to eign- .- > .
of order 40 diameter not less than 10 inches to be of the face of the side as squared to be of the teen inches wide n.r". oJ
_ tbe above i*a ;roeo py. the original as on clear cypress boards. J best ; ten to fourteen led long or 12 pieces ; .
Ale in my offioIn .. i ; 2, feet, board let quality 2 quality Yellow free from all defects. best quality free from heart shakes wind equal quantities.' ,' each piece I M ti', 21714. ..t?
testimony: vUrtef I han hereunto set my < clear.white mer plank SIne pieces IxKUrt Timber, 18 cubic feet; snake, bad knots, short crooks and all 100 feet cherry piank, 2.Inch, tweto to eighteen .
hand and seal of office, this 20th day of June, A. 1st L.'Island, 4 feet each, 25 inches diameter. other de ect.. The cubical ., Inches wide ten to fourteen feet long, equal Wlil,.4IIi tw, snr. *,fir tenssujfri.
I- D.1S49.JaDe234m. JOHN L.BRANCH,Clerk. 20 rot, br te&plank.qut12lchcler ,8. .piece, Yellow Locust timber, 37 cubic feet, L. contents of the quantltles.c --S ,_ 12OOO/eetorp it, i cheiUh'ik" .
i" : whie 6h Island*feet each, 8 x 12 inches diameter. sap shall be excluded in the measurement 100 feet cherry plank 11-24noh. twelve to eigh ... .) -

- ; 6.0'fet.clear white me.lre.plank.2,000 la'2-ineh, ''* SO pieces Yellow Locust timber, 150 enbio feet, The "promiaeuoustimberto be in lengthsnot teen inches wide, ten to fourteen feet. long, 5.000do 1i j.' 1.2 .to ....N.-.. '.
ah It. Island 12 feet each,7 z Inches diam less equal quantities. 'e' 4,000do bo* sf-- 'do
than 20 ,
feet feet to .
let quality 1 1-2-incli average 35 feet, to '' '. ".
Propo' .hi for: Timber, "c.. br'e plank; oneh t be eter.Cuss square 1 4 inches and upwards at the top end 100.feet-cherry four inches boards,twelve 1-inch,eighteen to twenty- To bel :)1)'h-e.1WU .. .'111.'
wide r'
to sixteen hread"Jall
No. feet '"
not less than 20 3. ot the stick long lengtbt.
3rpi WAVT. 17 inches.
ibs It
-- average must o equal quantities. .
Ira 2,000 feet clear;board.white measure ash, 1s qatyI 1-4-inch Yellow Pine Timber. be rough squared according to the growth of 100 feet cherry board,7-8-ineh,eighteen"to twen 2,000feetofpla lJ iDche.-thict'" ',-'
'N.. to. b the tree to have ty-four Inches wide twelve to sixteen feet 2,000 do elf: I-t do. 'i
i yy DtpuTXEnt: ; no wane, exeeedinir. us th.
ConttrucLw, guipment and Repair .. not. 10 than, 20 iche. wide.. u. 20,000, cubic feet Southern. Vollnw.. P:.. .t_.. width -------- v ... long, equal quantities.IW 2,000 do ,bo* ;"Jt: do ..-t 4
Bureau of .. oU lee;, quality 1-inch etuek: ---- ---- aasw J" Tltfc of the face of the sides as squared ,to
; feet
I June 13, 149. & cherry boards fr-S-ineh, twelve to eigh From 3 .iocbe wid U
clear ash beards.feet be of the best _
whit 10,000 cubic feet Southern quality free from heart shakes teen inches t .
Yellow Pine promis wide, twelve feet long. eqUal *. .
: 600 18 feet leD .
proposals, endorsed "PropotaU far mear let quality 4-lnch cuous timber. wind shakes, bad knots, and all other de quantities. I' .i i
_ SEALED: or &,'. u the cote may Le," Black plank. The "plank stock" to'be in length not less than fects and the cubical content of the 100 feet cherry board 1-2-roch.twelve to eighteen .w .S, 5HI5rL) ,
(naming the yard for'which the offer is Intended) 500 feet, board measure, 1st quality 3ine S5 feet, averaging 45 feet half to square 12 inches shall be excluded in the eop Inches wide,twelve feet long equal quantities. 1,000 feet 01 p1kjt.4tincbes: I .
Black Walnut \hick
will be received by Uaf iiurean until o'clock,.. plank. and half to square 14 inches and upwards at the measurement. 100 feet cherry joist, 4 x 4-inebL, twelve feet long.
M.,of the 15th of A.uptf'Dut,for fnrnbUnga d 1,0 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2-inch top end of the sticks: to be of the best quality, The above white oak plank stocks and 150 feet cherry joist 3 1-2 x 31-2-inch, twelve. 1,050 uo'l.3-\ i do q
I delirering, under eonUtrt at the ceretal nary Black Walnut plank. long leaf, fine grain, free from heart shakes wind promiscuous timber must be felled between feet long. 1,000 do do! l2IJ.2 do.i ,

yards hereinafter named, the timber, lumber, and 500 feet board measure,1st quality 11-4-inch- shakes and all other defects; to be hewed to a fair tbe 1st October and let March, and must 2000 feet ,1-2 and 5-8-inch white wood boards 1,000do doi l.i- I do; ; .
Black Walnut
other articles embraced in this advertisement. feet, plank. edge, and to have no more sap than one-eighth of have grown within sixty miles of the fourteen to twenty inches wide,'(board measure. 12 inches1an1hiupwszdsin: b&a&li
_____ One-fourth of the wboto-qaantity required at each 20 board mear. let quality, 1-inch the breadth of the face from each seacoast )
corner and the must be 1,000 of boa:4t U, inch
- navy yard. must'be-delivered on or before th% let Black boards. cubical contents of all to be excluded in stripped of the bark, or hew- thicki'f-J1'
July;one-fourth on'or Wore the 1st September; measurement of the timber.. ed within 20 days after it is felled and NAVY YARD, PHILADELPHIA. 1,000 do do I' 4 : do ". *4

tone-fourth on or* Qsforo' tbe 1st November; and 6250U The "promiscuous timber" to be in lengths not placed clear of the ground.. CLASS No. 1. To be ,i4brcdtbs! of 16,'M,._.

tone-fourth on or'bejoretlie: 30th December 1850. NAVY YARD, CHARLESTOWN less than thirty feat, to average 40 feet, to square Cuss No. White Oak. the 20 InCbesiI. 11icm'oJ. .
In ease Of failure: elin the articles within the MSS 14 inches and upwards at the top ends averaging i 8. (by fuct.) : eid
limes and in the proportions specified the Bureau CLASS No. 1.; 16 inches square; to be of the best quality lung White Pine timber, fa (board measure,. Iii,OOO cubic feet white oak plank stock. Omt-, ;.t t '
tor the several com aarclers to have the right to leaf, fine grain, free from heart,shakes, wind thousand feet. per Instructions furnished at the yard. 1,000 feet of bot. t'1i! < inch thickt S
supply deficiencies >? purchase, and the contractor White Oak Timber $c. shakes, and aU other defects; to be hewed to*fair ) <' and 20 inches v.iitv proportions. oTeae
No. .
and his sureties tWo ofe. responsible in twice the 40,00! cubic feet White Oak plank stocks, to edge according to the growth of the tree, and to 300. feet 4 1-2 inch clear white pine, well !.ASS 2. breadth, to be vl<**.o(all defect ..

contract t price. t" average forty-three feet in length, none to be less have no more sap than 1-8 of the breadth of the seasoned,12 to 16 feet long, equal fffiitt Pine (b,' the tAOIIItiNl fiit.) ElIII (14i ,
AU the timber,'infaber, and other atticte mU3t thai: thirty-five long, and none less than twelve .face from each corner,and the cubical contents of quantities. ,,o00 feet board measure, 3-inch White Pine ) ..
be of the very be* fcuaWty, and subject to the inapection inches square at the top end, clear of wane. The all the sap to be excluded in the measurement of 700 feet 4 inch clear white 4. plank, forty feet long fourteen to''I sixteen 3,000 feet quartereJ ,brds H iJ thck,'
pine to 18 .
and measurement established for the government stocks to be lined straight the siding way, and the timber. A proportion of the above timber inches wIder square-edged, free from defects 8 to 1OincheOii41: > 25.
of the M v4-al nary yards printed rules may be stralgbt: or have a long fair curve, the may be hewed with a fair curve of six inches inches wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal that would injure them as stage plank. length. | --
vf which may be'wb'; a'.nod on application to the other w-jy both:; sides may be lined tapering in spring one way of the stick. quantities. 10,000 feet.board measure, 2-inch White Pine feet of PJ, I 5 ,

different coromandaixts or navy agents. All said conformity with the growth of the tree The Tho aforesaid "plAnk stocks" and ""romi eu- 1000 feet 3 inch clear white pine, 12 to 18 panelplank, sixteen feet long. 1,000. r,5iizchea' ,

tieer, lumber, afid. >lh<* articles ma t be eatirc- ".: laiut. not exceed onc-fonrth of the width of r ous timber" must be felled between the 1st of October inches wide, 12 to 16 feet long 10,000 feet, board me&l1JreII.2-ineh White Pine es wide., |i;j i ;-, 1, .
Iv satisfactory toiIlK rejpVctive commandantstjfaie.'raust the face of tLe stocks. R cubic foot. and the 1st of)March and must have grown equal panel plank, sixteen feet long. Cypress.(J rIeaJN.s.> .
The white 01.11I bt rough squarc.l 4.000 cubic feet \ .Iqanred-pr pieces'in within 60 miles of the soa-coast: must be strippedof quantities. 5,000 feet, board measure, II--IIch White Pine ?
according to tLo I nJrtiiOi? I the lrce, to have nowajeexceedi'g lengths f.om 2" to in feet long and from 14 to 21 the hark, or hewed within 23 days af tor it is felled 2000 feet 2 1-2 inch clear white pine 12 to panel plank, sixteen feet long. 6,000 feet quarter .

: o aof IJt.ih the vr'.Uih of Ji! r jteetn inches yparc. equal.proportions< of the different- ,and placed clear of the ground. 18 inches wide, 12 to' 16 feet long, 10,000 feet, board measure, 1-inch White Pine to 10 S de>;'i5-lA 25. fee*'.

the side as ",'|Hfei rOl1. A I1 the yello'v i>iiHitc 13Lth31 sues-per cubic foot equal quantities. panel boards sixteen feet long. length. ; 'if" 0 '
ber must Lc of 'faJffit \ hr t q lal:t.r (tlMSfjcf 40 Wutj: Oak knee for chocks, (say 420 siding CLASS No.4. feet CusN,5. .d .
1000 21-4 inch clear
i.e Led ton white pine, 12 to CLASS No. 3 : "f
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gr1*, S u'' iareJge.an 'Q ,T" Sp .".'t ."IIV.g'l! .Il ithes.r:, feetIo.g: sett a'lt,:ring f.om nine: to j Spar Timber. 14 inches wide, 12 to 15 feet long While Aih, (by lineal foot.) St .Dosiusge. Maknfer, capat..., (iomd
oftiw iireau.- 'llt| 'i .Lo. "r>)'a i'a. nci. ...cib* I, ">e're! S'C'KS. ,nd to fo-m r..> angl fi-oni 11} to yellow pir.e sticks or 277 cubic feet of spar tim. equal quantities. 100 seasoned White Ash, for rafters fourteen .yv.) .

40L cert oftl:' : 'i' ...':. '\i' :L'J: .. 1 2D. .' 3 :.'9 Tisa UoFo bo-onga Mjed to the br,5O feet loug, sixteen inches parallel. 12000 inch clear white pine, 12 to 14 inches feet, or fourteen hundred lineal feet. 4 pieces, each piece miti: inchei ,Uuck, i*
aneM of ]I':; .. 131'-: "f ie.l : :!:.:r :1 tLe i'1 ::g the bark The yellow! pins sticks or 210 cubic feet of tim- wide 109 White inches wide 9 ffef long feet -
,, .: ..! :. ... .n' l2 spar 12 to 16 feet long, equal seasoned Ash, for rafters, sixteen feet, 4.00
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'tween :'e $ : I' .Ii < ar; '; 'ul. : o'V .. tas mtddleoftbelr her, 43 feet long 15 inches '
b.i'e" parallel. or sixteen hundred lineal feet. 4 pieces each
quantities. piecf 4iZLthUthiC 25*n
must & tht'I.'III"t< '' h Jl ..1 of Itl'i !h--b: ; ", iora to twe inches 4 sticks ."
sty pine cubic feet ..
.,.(per or 1,035 of roar 3 1-2 inches square at loom;5 1-2 br11.2inches wide 9 feet feet -
xoatt: mil J 'a;X.t' : ";''t'wedfi.."!' 1 <, .I' -.' 'I' Ill-ill. timber, 73 feet long, 2. 1-2 inches, 1-3 from 1000 feet 1 f-4 inch clear white pine, 12 to at the end.NAVY long fU
in teiV "kYlar r t .4 t 4. t. : 4.4d eeza" .-"< ; .Yh. .k boat kaocs. (ST 300 idig butt 14 inches wide, 12 to 16 feet long, 2 pieces, each piece i !4ukb.es: thick 25.inciti. .

oftli g.oa-d of4&i4-' f. ,,\; ...:,;''" ,. .! I -1.: '..' .j-iii-i j-.:t :"i than four noliis dMmct-- yellow trine' sticks, or 722 cubic feet ofspar timbet. equal quantities. YARD, WASHINGTON. wide, 8 feet Iongl3!! $Jnt. r' ,
be given by tbu o: 'ttt..Ft- ::"' ', '. i, "f.certlt..t" v :i! 'i;><9 (i. k and the arm and.bodies bi 65 feet each "i
.i inadP.t' e" "' ."., 'e.JOt. i .jMjMt--. -. to long, 23 inches 1.3 from butt. 11000 feet 1 1-2 inch clear white pine, 12 to CLASS No.1. 4 pieces, piece:; ;! .thick* i2;. indue .
inches "
\r-two Ion 4
One-third yellow pine sticks, or 46J cubic feet of tim "
with tbs .lri' t' V" -. J"j'i'',. ,' 'Y:whole: i.'aj'r. t be square kaeoa-per inch. ber 52 feet long, 19 inches 1-3 from butt.spar 14 inches wide, 12 to 16 feet long, White Pine (board measure,per thousand feet.) wide 9 feet long,'1 &feeL' '

)he Cl'ur111 eu'' ,T ',,
county wber, th. !I i$J .. 'I. j 1'.a! nl..<-3 Wuite. Oak timber and knees tii bet 43 feet long, IS inches 1-3 from butt. 10000 feet 1 1-4 inch clear white pine, 12 to sup. do do do 9 feet 10Dg i 4feet: ,
1 1-2
Personr aeing'ror3oe, 11111. .U' ."J. ( I IIfIIZh .-.-. he4 12,000 2 each
very quality, and free from all de- 2 yellow pine sticks or 147 cubic feet of spar tim .14 inches wide 12 to 16 feet pieces pteciclies! thCk,2-II bI
uptUl11 III1 i' 'rlrr'p''' ,! ;:'; : "rr'"' i '. TII* end to be sawed off square to soundt her, o4 feet long. 16 inches 1-3 from butt. long, 7,000 do 1 do do do wide, 8 feet Iong, 6 eet. _
kc'piiiZ thi e' srrfar'it'e-< 't. / .t .' o.fbct wool by the contractor. 4 yellow pine sticks or 963 cubic feet of tim equal quantities. CLASS No.2. ,
unbracing the sde4.w4'IytJI.i.c| < if' i. her,72 feet long 22 inches parallel. spar 11000 feet 1 inch clear white pine, 12 to 14 2 pieces each piece i .;-? inches thick, It

the dots. The cost'if acb Ut-ui mat be U. ti,-i'Icftarh !, CLASS No. 2. 4 yellow pine sticks, or 874 cubic feet of spar timber inches wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal AA, per cubic fett. inches wide, 8 feet long,66 feet <;:

carried out and tbk dprr Ate of each class co- Ycllov Pine Timber. 65 feet long 22 inches parallel. quantities: 1,500 cubic. feet, of Ash,logs, viz.: To be .straight for Ined i clear of .knotfc

rectly footed of bid up. #An hA! 'erroeons mae.111.1 extension to a fair onu coin cubic feet fine AH of the above Yellow Pine Spar.Timber is 4000 feet 1-4 inch clear white pine, 42 to 500, or one-third- to be from- 16- to 20- Inchesin splits and all otherld feels, (by,the foot) '.:

parison 4,01 grained southern yelow' to be of the best quality, free from heart shakes diameter. u BayMdhogain (boitrd.) ".
erroneous aggregate WU1 eungtitcte an iufonnalitr > stocks, to forty-five 14 wide, 12 to 16 feet long, ,
,and the bid wiUjn ;be considered length. and noje less average thaa thirty-five feet fet long a wind fair shakes edge; and and to all have other no defects more,sap to be than hewed 1-6 to of equal quantities. 500, or one-third to be from 20 to 24 inchesin 1,000. feet of plank ;f mlhe thick, tob.14

i o extension of tint* for deliveries under any Two sides mnjt be lined straight but may retain the breadth of the face from each corner. Those 9000 feet 5-8 inch clear white pine, 12 to diameter, and inches and ntia irda in breadt .

contract will be grint id, *nd penalties for non- the natural taper of the tree. The other two sides pieces marked -1-3 from butt" 'are for yards and 14 inches'wide, 12 to 16 feet long, 500, or one-third to be from 24 to 28 inchesin 1,000feetofboard!'14 inch tbJek, ,:- -
fnlfilment will in --all cases be rigidly enforced may 0 lined parallel breatb or with the na. muit be the same at the butt and lined fall toward diameter.All l,000do dot f : :: do '
equal quantities.
oSer for
bidders are, therefor,! revested to no ural and must be ', or a
the end which be
furnish w.thm: tpr. can tapered off,the large feet to be from 12 to 20 feet in length. 1,000do do *'.5-jr do ,
more than they aret sore. UY eat fair The email end must not be less than pieces to"14 inches,and the smallest to 11 inches 10000 2 inch merchantable white pine, ----a
the time specified.'{ I ; four.fifths of the butt end, and the small end must -by the cubic foot. 14 feet and upwards in length. CLASS No. 3. To be 16, l4 Qd 90 inehet wid*, .

The prioe of all WWtured or sawed lumber not be less than twelve inches square, clear of 10000 feet 2 inch merchantable white pine thousand equal propowufca of each by the foot
will be estimated''!an* determined by "tirrf wane No more than one-eighth of the CLASS No. 5. _. f MiicelZaneoui, (board measure,per feet) ,
Ip"o 14 o4 --
ADwarJ Ipniih. fLs4li L -
,-" the squire awl round timber unless breadth of the f IwjJKured \ ooou -.lt.I_3.-y..ll r"Ta.11..1. .
w' .r.i .
otherwise specified' by!&hAppvedeuretitiiflte."nij<'." on the stocks. sap wod b ecul in Spruce spars.z 10000 feet 2,inch merchantable wbjte pine 500 2do black walnut do do 200 Hickory handspikes,, each '6 lee 1*
estimated amount, cubic foot. 55 to CO feet long, of proportionate 14 feet and upwards in length
*;the the measurement per spruce spars 500 1 1-2 do do'do length, 4 inches .square at tha butt end
form of the contract, cubic feet fine southern yellow size, per spar. 10000 feet box boards 2-3 16 feet long ,
Jn tile
in the manner set forth 5,00 grained good 500 1 do do do do500'.r and not less thikf J-' inches the .
centum in addition. timber, from 25 to 40 feet long. 25 spruce spars 45 to 50 feet long,of proportionate at
feet and inches
will be required, aafl t9 per promiscuous 1-3 12 long, 12, 15, 20 do do do small end. To"
wffl be withheld from the atoonnt of each payment and f t>m Id to 24 inches square-per cubic foot site per spar. (eoflered for' fertile
*s collateral security fo* the faithful performanceof AU the above-Yellow Pine timber to be of the 533 inches spruce spars 6 1-2 to 9 1-2 inches, per wide equal quantities., The whole to be inspected and measured piece. r. E* *V\:\ *. '
of each delivery free from all defects The inch. 2000 merchantable Albany plank, per pIke tl" -
the contract. Ninety pf r centum very best quality, and agreeably to the printed rules issued by the CL5iO.-.
will be paid ry th*airy: agent within thirty ends to be sawed off square t sound and perfect CLASS No. 6. 1300 do do boards, p. brd. Bureau, of which will be furnished ...',
f bills, in the Ugnumvittc, by tie, rtz.H
days after the pr *(tUtto s> approved wood by contractor. 1OWI4)-
Ask timber CLASS No.9. bidders by the Commandant of the Navy '
triplicate, by ihereom a rvant of the yard at CLASS No.3. oe. tfe. 3 tons LignumvitzjaJI! bal
whiefi' he deliverie are in d'S. written 4 ash ,, 14 feet long and 21 to 21 inches diameter Lignum ;tlZ, per ton.) Yard, Washington. the following *diabetcrs, vu 3 4, 5, ." .

Every offer mnst'jbe Rortmpanied by a White Pine. 303 inches. per inch. 11&d&1IJ1 NAVY YARD, GOSPORT, VA. 7,8,9and1ccbes.[ To be free of .
ruaianty, (the reionibiU4Y:of the guarantor or 300 Inches round ash timber 23 to 21 inches diameter -
guarantors to be cettiftiod
other official person', or)-1 some one known to the board.to be clear of a defect. such asknots. 200 inches round ash timber, 24 inches diameter 12 tons, of 2,240 lbs., of lignumvlte 17 1-2 White Oak Timber,per cubic foot. fects. n, :;: *

Bureau) that. if the oter fce'accepted. the bidderor ; rplils, shakes, Itrain. of per inch. 4 do do do. do 15 to 16 NAVY YARb,1FSAcoLL.
bidders will wit iii ,vf days after the receiptof quality,sap wood boles and uneven sawing-per 209 inehe round ash timber 21 inches. diamster, 3' do do -do do 13 to 14 30,000 cubic feet White Oak plank stocks. .

the contract at tike tost ($ce designated exeeaw thousand feet mCre. per inch. do do do do 11 to 12 1,000 do do promiscuous timber. CLAM j. : .'
the same with geofl and sufficient sureties to 31.000 fet, measure No 2 White Pine I 1000 feet ash plank,4 inches thick,22 inches wide 4 To be rough squared, from 30 to 50 feet White Oak Ta1hCobiCfoci.) :
famish the article ppopWd, agreeably to the inch boards to hate not more than three medium board measure, per thousand feet. 4 do do do do 9 to 10 in to 40 feet in length, and cubic feet Itelt d'! 'J
terms specified in thi* ad6 tUement. and which size knots within tbe surface of fifteen feet; to be 1503 feet ash plank, 3 1-3 inches thick,21 inches 5 do do do do 8 to 8 1-2 length, average small 2,500 iuality whitcmkplank

may be embodied la tt c.o4tract. The law of clear of all other knots, sap wood, rot, shes;. wide. board measure, per thousand feet. 4 do do do do 7 to 7 1-2 not to oe less lhau 14 inches square at stocks to avIe45; feet long, aa4

10th August, l 1846 forVMsdgtoaquzrfroa13to15inehesand4rtta13attopends

proposals not aeeonipai j d BJl such guaranty. feet board measure. wide, board measure per thousand feet. do do do do 3 to 5 1-2 White Oak thick stuff" for cups and tratletntt .
Hidden are particu plf rtntioncd to endorse Ass, Cherry, Black Cypress, Locu.'t 2000 feet ash plank.3 inches thick 21 inches 4 feet in 16
abovk that they may be I anu feet. of St. 10 pieces, each piece 21 length, CLAs. "-
their offers, u i ;quirra wide, board measure,per To be of the best quality Domingo -
distinguished from ptb t banytess letters,in order 1500 feet ash plank,9 inches thick, 1 i inches wide, Lignumvit to be straight and sound, and inches wide, 10 inches thick, or.232 cu- YtUcw Pint Tunbtf, Wf'&t- cubic foot.). "-"'
to their id before the proper 800 cubic feet White Ash butt from 14 board thousand feet. bic feet.10'piecel' "
prevent bin |op pieces measure per
and less than feet cubic feet fine I ,
'mi.. I 'IAn *" c to 30 feet long. and to average 13 inches diameter 1500 feet ash plank.2-- inches thick,20 inches free from checks, not .3 each piece 19 feet in length, 14 2,000 gjv&jed long-ksf yel*

offers not mile e n .Aitct conformity with in the middle of the sticks clear of bark;Don. wide,board measure, per thousand feet. long. 9 inches 162 cubic low pine plank stock, ts{ qoality,.kagtit
this advertisementrin :*vej* particular, will be than 16 inches dimetr-pr cubic foot.' 2000. feet ash plank 2 3-4 inches thick 17 inehes CLASS No. 10. inches wide thick not less than 35 feet, tjreragiag 45 fee ,to

rejected at informal. fThewhose; offers are accepted 5 feet ban &nr. boards one inch wide, board measure per thousand feet. feet. square from 12 to 14 i chefi,and average II

will be duly otir.d.td contracts forwarded to average 16 inches-per thousand" feet, 1000 feet of ash plank 1-2 inches thick 20 inches Hickory Bart (bytlu bar.) 15 pieces, each piece 17 feet in length, 14 at top end. .!: :, ]!I "A ,'.,
without delay f j' .;H board wide. board measure per thousand feet. ri13 feet to I t ,
meur. 50 Hickory B long, inches wide 8 inches thick or 200 cubic f.
Persons offering art dire wd to designate tbe 21,090 fet bad m are, Wht Ash plank, 2 2000 feet of ash plank 21-2 inches thick,16 inches rough above butt. CUSB. 'pi:.i... .
pott office through? which) they desire to be M- whet thick per thousand ., measure. wide. board measure per thousand feet. square 5 inches 2 feet feet -
Lumber board .

hall be tout for execution- to average II ,laches wide-per thousand wide board measure per thousand feet. square 3 inches 1 feet above butt. inches wide, 7 inches thick. or 120 cubic 20,000 feet best qualit j white pine boards 1

feet board measure.1XX 1500 feet ash plank, 2 1-4 inches' thick 17 inches 75 rough Hickory! bars, 5 feet long to feet inch thick j ,
FORftJ o&ELWAsiI4r4I.$ )feet board measure, black walnut boards, wide board measure per thousand feet. inches foot above butt. 10,000 feet best "
1 inch average/13 inches wide-perthoulind 2000 feet ash plank 2 H inches thick,15 inches square 3 1 small butts j pine'P1a.
t IVhite Oak Hickory ,f or Coopef.
1849. thick inch -
--' &mea-iure. wide;board measure,per thousand feet. 100 rough Hickory bars, 6 feet long, to 1 1-4 'itur.! ,. : :

SOL I hereby agree!Jufnfch and deliver at 1,500 feet board measure, black walnut bad 2000 feet ash plAnk. 21-4 inches thick 13 inches square 3 1-2 inches. 4 pieces, 20 feet in length, by the piece. 10,000 feet best q 1 .,. pine' plank

the navy yard at _1_ ra conformity with the :! 1 inch thick, to average 14 inches wide- wide, board measure, per thousand feet. AU to be split straight from the test quality 4 do 14, do do 1 1-2 inchth ; 1 i : .
requirement of the] advertisement from the Bureau ud feet board measure. 2000 feet ash plank.2 inches thick.15.inches wide free from knots do do do feet best qualfyWifite pine plaakj'2:
of white heart hickory, 4 10 10,000
of Construction Eqtipinent, and Repair of.. 500 feet board meore. black walnut plank,2 board measure per thousand eeL S -
the 13th June 149Jthi*ev ral articles of-, inches thick,to average 14 inches wide-per thou 2000 feet ash plank,2 inches thick. 13 inches wide and all other defects. 4 .-do, 6 do do. ,. : incbesthick.1j' I: .- '.::. J

jmumerated ia (date +-.,) or classes and sand feet board measure. board measure per thousand feet. ,Cypress (board measure.) To be not less man 6 inches at the smau 10,000 feet juniper.;Mmen,.best' quality J

-.for that yard to wit cCLAM 1flcX0teet board measure Cypress boards, 1 inch 1500 feet- sh plank,2 inches thick, 12 inches wide end, and clear of knots and straight grained. length to be feom 12!to 16 feet, width
thick, from 20 to 30 feet long, and from 8 to 1 : board measure,per thousand feet. 5000 feet of cypress boards, 7-8 inch thick. white oak barrel staves usual sizes fromlOtol4incle ."
co.scable inches wide-per thousand feet, board measure. 1500 feet ash plank,2 inches thick 22 inches wide 5000 do do 11-4 do 5,000 n
Yellow Locust from 12 to 25 feet by the thousand. cL4:4.:
50 pieces long board measure, per thousand feet. .
-cents feet cnbie whiu foot oak pfenk i'*' .stocks. ,at 9-- and from 10 to Id inches diameter, to a 14 2000 feet ash plank, 13-4 inches thick, 13 inches Llack Walnut, (board measure,)per 100feet. CLASS NO.2. Hard Wood Plank awtsmCt! : board aseea's:

-tided per Inches of whi. oak boat knees, inches diameter clear of bark, in the :rAe of wide, board measure.per thousand feet. 200 feet 4 %.4 inch black walnut joist, good feet boa'rds inch, '
cherrY 1 thick
575 cubic feet cubic 'inches 17 inches 15001up. ,
-- the sic or -per 1503 feet ash plank, 1 thick and iVkite Pine,board measure, by the thT.fl4rulfetl.
M-.snt.perEdIsek. 6 of Fustic, three feet long and sixteen wide. board measure, per thousand feet. dry. 12 feet long; tto8: inches wide.'

'i i ftZTZ inches damet say 17 cubic ret r cubic foot. 2000 feet ash plank 1 3-1 inches thick 16 inches 200 feet 4 inch black walnut plank good 5,000 feet of plank stocks, to be from 35 to 1000 sup.feet black Wilisat, finch thick 12.
I ; 1.210 fet measure board"1 to wide, board measure per thousand feet. and dry, 12 to 16feet long, 12 to 18 inches -, 60 feet in length, to average 45 feet in feet long;12 14 rSlochetj wide. ',

: ; ; ==== 25 feet long and from 8 to 12 inches ; 5 1500 feet ash plank, I 3-1 inches thick, 12 inches wide. length, not to be iess than 14 inches 500 sup. feet St Ddpiihro mahopny
CLua of an inch thickper thousand.feet, board wide, board measure per thousand feet. black walnut goodand -
;se-; .. 400 feet 3 1-2 plank, at small end.
: inch and 10
2000 feet ash plank, I 1-2 inches thick, 17 inches square to: 2Jieetlonft 15 to 20.
eubto feet yeQf> f iQ93ank stocks ure.AH the Ash, Chel,&o.:, above described, to wide board measure-per thousand feet. dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 in- 4.000 feet plank, 4 inches thick, inches.wider. Ii f 'i.'?" <.' .b /

at-cents per cubic 'ioot t. 9- b of the very, Qlali1', clear of rot, splits, 2000 feet ash plank 11-4 inches thick, 17 inches ches wide. 5,000 do 3 do 500 sup. feet St. t uaiiigo aiabogany3'inch '

cubic feet prowi Cuopj| yellow pine ska1 knots, cross' grai worm, holes, I'iu. wide, board measure, per thousand feet. .500 feat 8-iDcb black ,&lnu'plank,good and dry Susquehanna pme; no plank to be and 10 U' 2;'f jet long 15 to 20
at-cents{xir cubic f,.t>*' > -- ., pUnk and t be sawed "In 3900 feet ash plank, 11-8 inches wide,.board measure 12 to 16 feet long 12 to 18 inches wide. under 12 inches wide. .' "
inches wide. e> >
"' thickness. per thousand feet. SOO feet 21.2.inch black walnut pla.nk, good and : ."j -
'a r1ri S--. CLASS No. 4.- 3000 feet ash plank, 11-2 inches thick,board measure -! dry. 12 to 16 feeL long, 12 to 13 inches wide. 30,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, CLASS ioL .11'I
thousand feet. black walnut plank; good and dry, do 1 1-2 do '
; per (KAJievfcA'Uicu i
lll\ s==r=saIf
M l Black Spruce SpaT'an'PouBt inc 400 feet ash plank 4 inches thick, 12 to 20 inches U to l6feet long 12 to B inches wide. 35,000 feet boards 1 inch thick, ke4ikUw! 41L4: 1a:

my bid beXcceriUdJ'i wsire' to be addressed wide. 12 to 14 feet long, well Masoned. 100 feet 1 34-Inch black walnut plank, good and To be of the usual breadth Sasque- 25 oar rafters fin* .;qi&lS( I.t 1 >;. .
through the 0 ta ajt f and the contract 'an 12 20 inches 12 to 13 inches wide. _
post -, 600 feet ash plank 3 inches thick. to dry,;12 to 16 feet long be 4, inches the looms 50 '
to be tent to the naty ag nl at -, for execniioa. .- 30 pieces,37 feet long, 8 inches diameter the .. wide 12 to 16 feeUong, well seasoned- 100 feet 1 1-2-ineh black walnut plank good and banna pine No. 1, or first quality ,.sqaatt in "' {>
Respoet&Of,: A. n. mid-lie. 6 inches diameter at the top'end, clear. of- 1300 feet ash plank 2 inches thick 13 to 20 inches dry 12 to 16 feet long,12 to 18 inches 20,000 feet boards, 5-8 inch thick, to be of feet in all, br -t 3 '
"1". Commodore C. ,v. jPKr'x'er. the. bark-per loch:'21 inches, "- wido, and upwards to be .clearand, well 153 feet 11-1-ineh black walnut plank, good and the usual breadth Susquehanna pine 25 oar rafters, first jwilUj, 16 feet' k>Bf, 4 *

.Chief Baraau of ptriaVtc,&e., Ice Wash 40 pies.Z5 fet 7 i'.ches diameter in the _. dry 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide. No.1 first quality. inches square iat) looms, 400 feet ia1. 'Jt.-
ington.. Tjj' .n,, miMlc.1, 2 iebe diameter at the t end,clear 350 fet'ashVank. ;134 inches thick 18 to 21 400 feet 1-inch black walnut boards, good and dry or all the foot" L: I ,? ,
{.! ortb bark-p'inch, 2 ) inehsj: __ : .. inches wide to be clear and well seasoned.. 10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 2-1 inches wide equal 15,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, ft :
We,the .?Jtsof-, ia the'' picous. :30 fet long,7 inches damt ia tbe 3003"-feet ash plank, 1 1.2 inches thick,13 to Z4 quantities. 5- 15,000;' do '1 do. 25 oar rafters, first i 4itj, 14f g,4'inches '

""State of' &Wit?*, tu\t'n case th> j middle,4 1-2 iacbc. diarnHer at t top. el,clearofthabaik inches wide. to be ctear and welt seasoned. 400 feet 7-S-inch black walnut boards,good anddl'1. Usual breadth, Sasqnehanna pine square ift&e J -
,.foregeir; 1 i "fWd.tit! ner inch IUn inches.40 .. 6300 feet- ash plank, 1 1-4 inches thick,.2D inches 10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inches wide, No. 2 or second quality.. ,all, by the'footji i." .'. \. '' "; :
wili, witD ande-Iir.'I' r *;>iWoeif4' ot t.>e a in'ttsaattbe pieoes,21 feet long **Heh&diameter in tne wide,end upwards, to:.be\: clear an" well canal quantities. ,: 25 rafters first raEtjVtt fe tloii4
i oar _
t..v4i ia slid INII, cxc- miJ11c; 4 inches-diamster at tbs tol cad;clear of ,.seasoned,. ,, "". 150 feet 1-2-ineh black walnut. boards good and cNo:3.So&rn feetut .
toav. 300
eute the I .*",r. 2>nic;eat wrehcs, I In wkrr iach. 240 tnebes.DOi.'Hsx '- 600 feet ash plank, 1 inch 1 thick, 12 to t\\'ontlln. : .dry 12 told iachet wide. : Yellow Pine by the cubic foot. i inches square ilfJ pet %
to farrriih ; ia conformity 2S rut bag. 5iaih9J diameter i chea wile, to be clear and well seasoned. 200 feet black walnut veneers, 3 feet Tony. all, by the foot. .t, 1L ,. -.\--
rwiIh the "rms.t# : i.t under whictltwumads. t'oe! ja'iid'.u. I-2incbes diameter at the top 350 feet ash plank. 1 3-4 inches thick. ten to 14 STEAMERS. 6 oar rafters- first M tlity; Sf .t1ocg.tO

.' CltJt""t'if'U'; : C. D. I I I!ur of the bark-:-.per inch, iOO inched. ,inches wide to be clear and well seasoned CLASS No.111'., 45 beams,' 45 feet in length, to side 13 1-2 be5 1-2 inches( .rein2slOoae.

fi., F. I 10 po'ci,21.fet. long, 4.inches diametsr in thenTtt"o 3MO. feet *3U plank. 1 1-2 inches thick ten to 18 Mahogany;, (board'jn Mtt, ,VpeT:'one'hundred inches, and mould 15 inches 2,925 cubic blades to be ,oneAjJtnJ.that aI.tb
\ 9 iieh>< : at the clear o
I berebr e tay4! }: of tnv kn)wl"odge 'laet Ll'Ud inches wide, to be clear:and well seasoned-, J ;
&Vslief..UhiFat, u* guiirs.ito &, :.I "pI. 'y .be)p1 .5 H>feet 4.inch ash plank board measure. -. :' ._.feet.. .". .> ---S feet. rafters and 7jg ai.* 'a
,:oodaodwfflcteat.41 M. : .'- wtk tNn\i\"en&, \ I I AH the aWr mars very best. _qiali.'T. 5OdoS do do do'i. 123 feet 31-2-uwa mahogany 10 to 14 feet long. 40 beams 45 feet in length,to side i 2 inches thick at,the' b''naaia.t tiD' a

,' -.. u'1 lit 1 straigbtid free from all,defects. 7 -: f ". t4o21-2do: 'do \Sd9 :__ .'12 t.o 16 inches wide 5tu1$1 quantiUes. and mould 14 inches 2,100 cubic i feet. by tUe foot., :\ ". L. :i t. l1 ""

NAVflARDI ; NAVY BROOKLYN : .4)Odo2do ;do ,do 100 feet 4-lnohm&hogany.: iO to U feet long 12 I 14, <
1 FEftYITAtP.. YAR; ," NJ:YjC .', 20) do 13-4 do do 'do. to 16 inchet.wide-equal quantities. FRIGATES.. lOLashlogs, 12 to i.ia-- ;

?1" I .,. ', : iMNo.lj.. > '- rl, !.53doM-2do,:rt; Aj dodo' 100 feet S.inohmahogany,10 to 14 feet-' long. 12 to' 10 h beams 46 f etin length to side 15 inches 12 feet long., (pe' '. ,'\ 100uI"-".< .,
t \ ; 600 do 1 s.do do ;do. '16 inches wide, equal quantities. ."-' : ieel- .1 .rr.M t S
p cubic feet.
Live and mould 14 inches 670
Jtt Wjja bi J IC- ., Oa Tim(by t eifo.) in, do 1 da bo rds.do.J, 150 feet 21-2.inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet long; *: 'r; .. :"
r .. l'l first L' SWfeet ia wide eque1quuit1t1ei.S 10 beams;45 feet in length,to side 13 inches, ,- _
I aided :1. 40 white ash ,.oars, 17 feet,Jong;or ; 10 to 21Iqches c1J1rp.23.kit :
ki .inciosh ltor .
'M BW ,) !i..o..a ** 'Jr to 14 feet long 10 I -' inches 660 cubic feet. ; -.
follows : 10 mould
)% .not tiding ef 0 n4 jBr| tobe7IncbeetbenetfaMthlt4to..idiAchIaand, e t. c. ; length by the foot100 .*: ,?* "- : ; 200 feet 2-ineh mahogany, and: ,)4 Jf1I.- ". .:'i.3..t---1.0: -
<-> 4 lnJf thsnetei. I S.ttSHWw--1. L. I: .White aih.osrs, 10.feet long,or, 1SOO feet ial to 21 Inches wide equal quantities:: .feet 4 beams 42 feet in length;to ide 15 inches I II *J 7. .V r': ,-' > : oo.oI .'- .

'IdiZ of th*other U V4>op. iashes; tho arm tobTEa L : -, 4ol75,4do; _'4Iellgtl,1t1' 'he lQOt.;;,. Go.1'.-.. lOOfeet 1+lloh mahogany ten to fourteen wide i and mould, 14 inches 245 cubic feet s; e7.-Jne&&Stuk4to&fee .. .
d 25, do, 153 white aSh oars 15 cot. lougor, 223l.f.et 14 long,ten to twenty-four1nches; equal feetIth1T5
kmgtht I feetamd6 inches : U&do4: to 7 iatb s.
; "* ,. ,'. Ieiii:2ine1I lObeams 47 feet in lengtbtorsideiTinthes, body
2 do 22 do 'lio'1 "do T" length, by1tb.e foo503 .> -.1C -.'--. "in.ntitIi .
froia 6 M 71-2 : 0 1 :
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Th* ..tra'i: To l'sided ttlaenes' uilds4 JncW' J :1.- .lengtb.bytbe foot, 7.- ;- .' ;"JOD'. ODe-Wrd'. twelve to fifteen* Inches; one-third wide I }0 beamS 46 feet length,to side 17 inches' ; body to TfInflb501.i--'

the arm,tbe *at hdt4r Each ,UCM pieoet it 0 to form.tw* pio-; -5)0 whiLe ash oariIfeet DgOr, ".1 5OOfoet' .: l I.- one-third eighteen inchet wid. *i f. >and mould 15 iflches;815 cubic feet.' -' t knees sided ,5in+M4sin! 4.w-kef- to
tu 'k of tka | .Jengtb, by.the 100'> ;i2OwbIte : 1, twenty-four Inches wide equal quantitiet U.5 '
.1-r-Ca eet & worked to.W Inchet tiding,and sU Gushmoutded.netdIaeastaoiso : .f.e1ongr5GOO feeL In3eugtbbjIhIfOOt. 258- feet j.itte'lDa1opay eight.to'.01".feel 'beams/42 feet in lengthto ai d4 iriache "z- boay.5tofe : -
oars.11. '
ftbisLdIngordl *t r'.J'.A > OWf 1. uh \ to ftfUea"inohet **an4 mould 15'inches:37I"'cubi: feetl None to vary 1aoMl-4! *a dereon liaiD .
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:'1 .11.t tth.body. In the middle of the piece mar lit-taken out way deemed proper and i : -" "i'l 1 1 r D- .pw.k"M'1I 01 I wide onsqesrer e1ghpsa Si be: "LIe,.one- 10,beams, 44 feet i in lengtnjto wde 15 lAches, .a right.angle .... 'i I ,: 'c .."

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i to the Minis- FOUR !uIovs1oP1Es r b D to degenerate > G. TSB'rlIt i.
: .4 .. t looked At for *'monieSl,.and then tossed to the J .WILD CHERRY; ,established ia 1833 by HOL.

vin?despatch t. : Puliis&ect'in'ab<>ut its- many months-of c children play Jwitn,. :*. V8S; .' '.* act Congress- :- ei 't i ', '.d' "' vb Board ia the'bfst'fijftHlcs, per niontnft. 1 _
I ? > 'has de I ,4. s1 ;' 7' : tWr Contributor. i The most effiwtua.and'speedy Benedict History : 1" the: flap. ( '/ sift-'t tor any of the above disease*It \ r T nitiow1forGa4LatInperaesion! *." "_
Contributors 'ibec
rds:ot 800 Our Original arc 'uioits orAMERICA. _.
..r, lr tllts.1 ; IJ NJNH0J..d th .. ,J.tOCTOIi'8WAYtE' J'J 40.1 .t': ;;.. i .1119v.Jj
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oflicew. I exi !1 > We always bold ourselves 'ready to ; and ""
: { tomor TVUTcLaso articles ;offered. to ns,*l fc price proporioned -. COMVOr/KD STJIITK:OFiWttD cHEESY &eDiJl ., 1fo.
het qt'J
> :: e.tngIzhbranebei4'e;
few compe'tent K1li'm'l'jind proitabli'ttnploymtflf 1JIrI.
: mart to their merits. But authors- whew writ- -
Thin hoes wet feet cold a neglected
I ., ,* slight ,
Ij,defeat j1 iA w t'* tn ings'are of a ridiculously exaggerated immoral 4. EX1'EN8f .! m7'
cough Consumption of the ltmgUeath I How m.11n ..
i j ,: .
the '
in -IT"JI
them. .apjrattd.pabtteuIurZl :
field not yet character;may save themselves and.the trouble rifling the cause-how direful the I! '

ns are taken, 'Western Southern Statet. Apply to.the pub- of sending them for examinations The Post is a'amiry 3af.warned. in time. If,the tyranny consequence,of. Swhion Board prmotb.Asdsmyj$3 .
I u fl 'i f -and article net calculated to 'I -.4' l I '
j paper no enh as silenced voice of if win not kUwiV'a. ramilMt
: hsi1 prudence; you
: Ibo:work may be i circulated by Agents ter the family circle can bo admitted Into its columns. take ,to diseases Tuition-Latl'te.kpetasuen .
: ] : : precautionary measures prevent ,1' ii W-
taken Kolong. TAE.BA.PTI8T. J.IIIBARV; listen, at least;to the dictates.of reason, and be ,rljItg and iDJ : n1'--

I .- -Him'volumfi in .00000f royal'octavo,. bound. ins a '"Our 'Terns'*, cured ere it is too late Attend to, slight cold at 1 I ,*. .". I(4branzbuafEnalIah.::$ ,
h I : the unequal I style uniform' with the Uistoiy., confuting of ThVterms; the enlarged Post to single subscribers once. Buy a bottle ot Doctor Stoaynft ComprundSyrvpoftViJd r 'JTbese school, e4naiibl..IoQa'i n..m iaieI- f'Il

I Advices .more than 1300 pagel.Tbelibrary 'will remain the same, TJJT: $2 GO per an- cherry, use it, and thereby nip a l iigcnt and aOr4lmunitlce. Garellbvr. J. .
.1' .')has been' before the public sufficiently nnmrin; advance; $3 00,. if not paid in advance. consumption in:the bud,. and ;avoid long years of NorthamptonJdlrwtIyst.h. Juntt toilr .;,

\ the repor long to be known aa containing'a "large For $5 00 in advance. one copy will be.sent. .four suffering terminating too often only in the grave. the Portsmoutl< .1d, Wilmington KV4U AMU& ... r .

at St. amount of valuable reading, and a number of excellent years. Be not deceived by the too many,spurious, worth-: Ridgeway is in rw N1CD. N..O,, at.Rtdgewi aJ ,_.

1 I unfounded.. distinct works no where else to be found.ir .- Reduced Termt tothubt. J leu preparations of Wild Cherry,ushered into notice pot,on the RatejgMad Gaiton Rail Road, I.' .

t country, and I what it contains were'published in, separate In order to accommodate that large number of by ignorant pretenders; but .tee that the signature I shall give, Jia necessary attention ;to.: ,"
ijooks DOLf-AHSwouldnot purchase them. persons who wish to take the first class paper but of pr H. Swuxt is on each bottle,which. s school, and ex *r.J>in company with'one : "
: } engagement ,TWENTY mistakingly think they cannot afford it, we hare Is I Ii the only guarantee against imposition. officers of the Qo fA".to attend the annual aaa-. 's

t : PEICES. concluded to reduce our terms to clubs, as follow:i i Another Invaliartttortd to Health. 1 iDA.tiOD'gnkl the' .tudenw.'and admit qaij -;

:1j j, ) right bank of 1 History, in sheep binding, #. 350 in cloth.$3. 4 COPIES, :- SO 00 per annum. Read the most remarkable.cure of. consumption led applicants ;IJI.t different ,clasesi CORep t
: t followed Library, 3.60 8 '. .I&1000 ?, ever placed upon record: .: witboatfuflhevfehinInatiou., '; : ; !;
: ; () The Set, 6.50 13 -, $1500 ". DE. SWATNK-DEAR SIR I feel it a debt of: Persons sendKi&trfthe'Preparatory BeparMeV., ;"'

) appeared to A liberal!dIscount it made to Agents purchasing 20 $2D 00. gratitude due to you, and a ''duty to the .tf'cted on scholarship;.fli&t send to the school 1ft..lI' .

;( ) at Acs, where, for cash. And one to Agent or getter up .of the club. generally to offer,my humble testimony Lt favor cinity of Collsfittdeu some'IpecIatrt1flgiai1;... .

\ L t captured. -, Three Copies of the Saturday Evening 'Post,p of your Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry. Some is i made with tlotbect1bcr.' .' : W.1A.: S1f1nI.

i then re- and one ot either Graham Magazine Gody S three years since,1. violently attacked with ".
; : ]
few of the notices '
r 1 The Publishers append a I TO'THEAND .og 'OF THE '
f Lady's Book for six dollars. ? ; cold and inflammation of,the lungs, which was SOUTHER .
1 : Emperor was. which the History has received from the religious Five Copies of the Saturday Evening Post; and I accompanied with a very distressing cough pain SOt fmVESTERN. STATES.,

I t retired to press. Two of either Graham's Magazine Gody's Lad in .th. breast and:head, a very considerabi. discharge j", ,

were thrown FROM REV. WM. R. WIM-IAMS, DD..-The v's Book for ten dollars. of offensive mucus from the lungs, especially TilE \VEfc 1m*., CONTINBXT: ,

1 Danube to new edition of Benedict's History seems to the: Three Copies of the Saturday Evening Post, upon changes of weather, however slight. At Popular So&: FaihityNeitspaptrfNt ., &
I and Two of the Ladies Garland,for five dollars. first 1 felt alarm about condition, but was trail
Hungarians subscriber a book of much value. He has made no ray ;.Mttia and Religion.jTERMSi i- "
i : Six Copies of the Saturday Evening Post, and I soon convinced that I ,was going ,
of horse, and lofce extracts from the history of the.Mennonite pretty ; rapidly i4e.\ ;,
of the Fountain 252 of
containing pages orig into consumption daily weaker and a t
[ From the variety of the work grew ,
Martyrs. great 11
?, for e'ght i inal letter press, and 8 of Sartam's Magazine engravings able to walk about f,
length was speak
scarcely or
which furnishes these, the extracts will to our .
$1 434eiur In ad.....
for four dollars. ,
,J :
: in their above a such the weakness It
; churches have besides their own in trinsicinterest, whisper, was exceeding rflEVEsTeLCornNxsT
: ,' ventured the additionnl charm of novelty. As to the Baptists ,A Premium Offer. of.my lungs. During this time 1 had tried JL. it a pap.nD'.. t
guns and was of the United States he has with laborio us fidelity various preparations and prescriptions, but found largest t J4 printed on good papsry "
| : compiled a mass of historical and statistical .The premium offer made in'the lost prospectus no relief-growing aU the time worse. Just hereI with fair type, *4*in all the ebaracteristie*C a 1'-

) light intelligence no where else to be foundand which of the old firm. will be adhered to and continued. was advised and persuaded ,by a dear friend in popular family Jonl will compare favorabrjrnk. .
reater number would, in the judgment of the subscriber, make The offer is as follows: Wilmington to make trial of your Syrup of Wild the bst ; country. It bal beia Ole r: :

; guns. Th I" his volume almost, indispensable to every one oi The Post Office of any town in the Union,from Cherry. I mnst confess that previously I had aim of weekliiUle a high monTCtM i
Transylvania our pastors and abundantly deserving of the pat which we shall receive the greatest number of subscribers been prejudiced against patent medicines, and 1 and to ', .standard Tittrtry 1i .

!Ii resistance e ronnge and study of our,churches. to the Saturday Evening Post,during the am still against those coming out of the hands of content such a.vart4, i r
FROM EDWARD B UNDERBILL fesq; Cor. Sec.of year between the 1st November, 1847,and the 1st empirics, but understanding your claims to_ the character as to (fltjJfat and instruct aQ mnjraol, ,
]| wa strong the Ifunserd Knollyi Society, En"land.-The November ISiS, (the papers to be mailed to such profession and practice of medicine, and having please.all toatei if*&sides the'current'nevt -" it

; forced their; volume indeed an Encyclopedia Lite Post Office, or to subscribers through it,) shall be implicit faith in the saying of my friends forth eign and domesti the columns of the Coo&in4, i..

and enteret rature and Baptist history; a book Baptist for perpetua'; entitled to a continuance of the whole number ol with purchased of Dr. :law, one of your agent;, are supplied Wit I'j'I j; -- _'? .".

: h of June.- reference in every thing relating to our.extcrnal. the subscriptions gratuitously, for one year after: a few bottles, and commenced its use. ily disease Tales,i'isi *;'Slcetchet, and Poems _.
the tio aft'airs. the expiration of the year for which their subscriptions was at this time of twenty or twenty-five months from many of 4i+ blest writers of the ;-xuntq. .
shall have been paid. and I and the choice$$ Actions
standing, consequently was deeply seated. f and original tsau.
THE NEW YORK RECORDER.-The work com The papers will be continued on, either to tho found, however,'colls l1crable- relief from the use tions from the lkbtnre of England, Frame,mi.
I capturing Gen mences with a review of the dissenting parties of subscribers themselves or to the agents throughwhom of the first four or five bottles. But being a public Germany. j I ,
early times, among whom baptistic sentiments are we may receive the orders for quantities, t i
been 1
hand speaker, frequently attempted to preach with '
with lcss distinctness It increases Tfie.Lettt-i jkji'Georgia to SfattadnuHU' 7
r traced more or and to whom the package or packages may be directed ;
increasing strength and
i accounts however, in interest as it advances to later periods I, or to both, there should be both in the my those vessels that had already begun thereby to ruptured heal: in pronounced by til|rho have read them?tt'cabbik

c. Bestiric. where facts are established by more numerous an LI same town, as the case may be. this doubtless cure retarded.In vindications of v*, South from the nlanifrti 4j
way, my was greatly C.
historical documents. Since the
incontestible falsehoods
} Raab, aft! of the earlier work, good deal of .Always in Advance. consequence of acting thus imprudently, I bad suited of ccittJom fanaticism that ever eaa- .
publication a pry- : from tbejPsais, will be followed bf
i trians. to twelve fifteen bottles before I otiv !
The use or was"per- ;
made in the for Clubs must be sent in ad
f gress has been investigating characterand money always articles on the aujKt of our Federal reluMWt
t I : pap r, history of the Anabaptists of the Kefonnation vance. Subscriptions may be sent at our risk- fectly restored. have no question a much smaller involved in the IdiSiiade now M
has : (when the sum is large a draft should bo number, bottles would have made me sound, but waging4j.ius Lbs. -
have reUkei and Mr. Benedict made good use of the addi procured I institutions of the Southern' States from
i iof
the above indiscretion.. th.jea
if possible-the cost of which be I for The Syrup allayed .
: to te opened tional information which ha been gained in thisdepartrae.lt may deducted distinguished S jlierners. '
t of historical literature. Indeed we from the amount.) Address the feverish habit, did! away the distressing cough,

think this part of the work intensely interesting, I DEACON & PEARSON, ., put a stop to the discharge of matter from the Birkent'.tfl47 Work, Dombey 4* S..,

by a Belgi} :i-' and worth far more than the cost of the volume. 93 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. lungs, and gave them and the entire system good justly classed oii
I the Island 2! f The work contains likewise an extended review 5- health. I have deferreJ offering this certificatetill of that able wrili9 given in entire part, fnna> 4 :f
!I of writers and writi.igs the ; Editors copying the above, or a fair abstract ol f now, for the puposc of being perfectly satisfied diately on its afraM in this ?
and LII on baptismal L- country. A'serisftf i
I ; corps both American it, or who will give notice of the new firm and en with tho porraancfcy of tha cure, and now tales, illnstrati tot|American
trovcray, and foreign-some Sf! history E
o ,
: drawn them exiccilinglv curious and interesting. It I larged paper (we ask not that they shall be praised]) that I feel perfectly well, I offer it with pleasure. paration, and a ntdee of .'p- '
I .
i acting 111: in their editorial columns shall be entitled to an lU Y.J.P.JOH.IAX. :.
then proceeds to the distinct consideration ot American 1
) 1 L to 80 I-, Baptists, whose rue is narrated at 5- exchange. Such as are already entitled to an ex: Dublin County, N. C. Lcfrnm Major Jane
: gidcrable It is very con change for the current ;year, shall receive the will shortly be csnenced. But we nee J not ptre -
consis useful
I a study to inquires -
I army thanks of the new firm. ticularize. On: r3i proximity to the great poh'W
Prince the sufierings of our fathers in the cause o.
commereb'ad tit
literary emporiooa. tktn
I truth of whom the
men world was not
; : Miskolez and enduring, on American soil, fines; imprisonments.worthy;: TO TIlE PUBLIC. country enables disseminate the latest iabias .
tt in flank, so whipping nnd exile, because they asserted and 8lMmtS promptly as say of MT-
TIlE HOME JOURNAL. FLORIDA REPUBLICAN. northern eonten'iries: ; and as our it f
paper it
the maintained the sentiments of
by Baptists the
I ; ; on ordinances
largo and cheap! feel that have
we s feHtcr-.
i bs of the of God's house and the rights of conscience EDITED BY MORRIS & WILLIS. equal claim with- worthiest of them
; able to This portion of the work should commend the HOTKL, Washington Clly, tronage of the si4tthern to-thepa. <
re- FULLER'S public, to
1r i ? \
work to It
Baptists. is well
l battle bu printed, and PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, IS THE CITY OF of Penr.svlvania avenue aae interests our JdsjbaJ is especially devd. Ds.- |
1 makes a large and handsome volume. In 12th street EDWARD H. tILLER -:
our ,
t I proprietor: termincd to do so complete opinion all Baptists should possesslt HEW YORK. who most respectfully calls the attention of his tronage is mrvcpectuiIysolicited. Addn pa. |; -

:: i 40,- THE NEW YORK BAPTIST RFGISTER. presents At "IwoDottartper Annum. old friends and patrons, and the travelling publicin post paid. .* 'i; %

f for Comorn, an astonishing amount of statistical information general, to his present establishment now i in jTERMSi!
and excites the wonder of the reader, bow full operation having opened on the 1st of December -
), who since in all its detail, it. could have been collected. In last. The building is entirely new, and Single copy of Incontinent, one ysar- $?
IN November last, we commenced the Three i .
publication K
to the copies | ,
resume erected under his
was own
the of
account the Anabaptists of the Reformation euf.criItcndence f
: of this family newspaper on a new and nov si Seven copies, 45j -
( the author has availed himself of the information with the strictest attention to comfort and lit
L- plan. No similar work, intended to contain the Twelve copies, |5b* .
: in obtained. And the history of the convenience. Tho rooms arc large and airy, with '
was pur recently PICK of the news, elegancies, opinions and liters Seventeen copies, .
and it is American Baptists, including an account of their ture of our time, to CULL from the wilderness ii fireplaces in each, and furnished in a manner combining .
labors their luxury and comfort. The furniture beds All new subscribers, single or in el-s,wiDW
imprisonments, and their sufferings, tho hour's ever flowering caprice, and to ,
t ; of Den is worth the codt of the whole volume. the good things else lost in the RESCUE bedding, &c. are all new throughout the house entitled to a pamr Ict copy of"A Voferfroaitia j 1,

the warlike; THE CHRIST UN CnRoNrcLE.-Ve have looked of novelties adrift, had been previously bewildering floatage The ladies' parlor is most spacious, fronting on South," comprisfe letters from Georss'W3fss. j :'

: : the Rus over this work with interest. It bears the marksof by others.'That attempte the avenue and opening on a splendid balcony,the sachusetts, and %the Southern SU te ;-*! ,tS" i t

: 1 [ elf, will rise much labor. The matter herein embodied conic we have labored successfully in our voca furnishing of which in taste and elegance will back Son numbers" of Ibs paper contaimnf.M D.mbq' f .
j i ( have been collected only by years of investigation I. tion, and produced a paper remarkable for its in- compete for with any other in the Union. Privateparlors gratis.
: THE BOSTON DAILY TIMES. of tercst, value and popularity, and one adapted to parties requiring accommodation
-Though In the MOSPKCTUS
ult., at Bud cspe the of arrangements throughout no expense has !
cial interest to Baptists cannot fail of command wants ALL CLAUSE OF SOCIETY, we have
been spared to render it in '
i the every respect unsurpassed : rCi'T11EFLOflDA *
\ ; upon intr the attention of all inquirers into tho higher sufficient evidence in our extensive and rapidly in Hotel

i J I e to rise facts anuf real J111110IU lJy or im-f ory. j to luntorof ; Teasing circulation, in tho universal commendation .. is by any desiraWe__Washington.__ _.bp.! 1l1.ont. _The_ miAn'location WHIG ?
The alli- that denomination is intiuiniolv cnnnertove Mil. :. .h. a... -- even- H4 w..y '----T --'ur- --- __ ._
:. is that of the progress of the human mind. And< the; tering encouragement and cordial approbation--o tour between tbe Csprto!; President'' House, and the 7o the IFft/Kj cf&eit Florida, and rv &'etfer *
: I army executive dt'I'l\? ments. interested in $ dissemination
numerous LADY READERS f
: persecutions to which they were at various times in every sec cjTrettau4 )
t<> work tion of the country. From E. H. f.'s long experience in the business tound P'i&oqriiicies. .
and their uniform j
subjected, advocacy of the most ;
'I'E: people, and enlarged principles of toleration, must win for The scope, design and character of the HOME feels(eighteen year in the city of Washington) he THEeemingetestjsfraghtItb '

'I and im them the sympathies of all enlightened minds. A JOURNAL differ from those of any newspaper heretofore assured Qf affordirg satisfaction to all who to the Whigs /ofi3i'lorida. The vole osrti.

on the 2d history of their origin and various fortunes must established. The contents are fitted to engage may honor himjwith their patronage, in soliciting zeus for the first)t14ae,,is heard in the election fir I

be instructive; and such a work is this of Mr.. the attention of the man of business, and bea merit which their no cxertkm will be spared on his part to Chief Magistrate( the Union. A'Xepmepto-j' y

1 : BenedictTHE source of elegant instruction and entertainmentto arJ'onl.The Live to Congresy Bd an Executive Ceer for t. .
: on the Ar..ABAf.4.I'TIST.'e commend this I the domestic fireside and family circle, and i it The charge fir board 81.50 per diem. State are to be 44ssen; and Legislator el et ir '
i combines the striking and novel attractions Bar is fffrnished with the choicest selectionof I. upon whom will rolvethe.
: out, ant} great work to our readers. Let every Baptist in of the Wines appointoeatofs "V
I I I flag, in the land secure a copy. It will instruct and com newspaper with the more abiding interests of the affords. Liquors, and Cigars that the market d.ciary aud a Wilted States Senator"dor !
than fort and encourage him in his pilgrimage, and bea higher class of periodicals. It is printed in the issues is iavolve fepoliLical well btfJivss !
APorter will be in
I ; sur rich legacy to his children. folio form, and large, on superior paper, on new attendance at the cars on fir years to ccrfThe contest is a "strift'ftrt

t THE SOUTHER BAPTIST.The whole clear type, obtained expressly for the purpose ; and of their arrival to.convey baggage to the Hotel free mastery;" and '-'* n ffx tlirfat*.f th* e

j of this work is in getting is, in its whole arrangement and details, a most expense.e vanquished. V i)b 1ps -irretrievably. :JTth*- ferr
% l'exai. up the a style bishly the creditable to favorable specimen of the best typographical becomes the WL .. .1vetwIthgtp -
firm that it. In
publishes preparation of of tho country. In addition to these and and to go into tbeitamggle with seal
unusually this work Mr. Benedict has made a most valuable as one FILL. SESSION OF a suds.-i F-
; Ii contribution of its most valuable peculiarities, it is, in reference ; termination con atea arate with the .sonsatM
longer to be should find to Baptist literature. IIu boot to the diversity ot talent employed upon it, I Randolph Macon Collage.fW interests at sLak.-||, ., -
a in
place intelligent ;
every of
: : general In- denomination. family the cheapttt paper in the United States. Session In the campaijga it ia intended'make tt* -
in the our At all the bark numbers of the work are entirely he Fall of this Institntion will FLORIDA WH5C an efficient AuocEary. tie .

:; r Rio Grande THE CHRISTIAN REVIEW.-Thero is no other exhausted, tee hare this day Saturday, the 21tt cif\ JL commencrfon Wednesday, the 9th of Au WHIG will not fefTf&md with those-wh
have single wmk which even approaches, in complete- August, increased the edition of the HOME JOURsr. gust 113 TBc Preparatory Schools at Ridgway the trumpet widLip uncertain soua<." ft VIIP .
: been nets comprehensiveness of design, Benedict's for1M txpr'ts accommodation O/JIEW SUB GareYs'bur4. N. C., will open on the 4th Mon give a cordial snpplri to the nominee cfthe' "Wli(;
j : kil History of the Baptists. SCRIBERS,and therefore respectfully reyuett that al< day July. National Conveutiiry;'' and in ita advocacy sliM

.' ) ; |:| houses, THE CHRISTIAN HEFLECTOR. WATCHMAN.-.- who intend taking the paper,' will commence their FAC17LTY OF COLLEGE. great and glorious ) acipIes of the Whig Part.it |-

1! : the growing What days and nights must have been given to tubtcriptivnt with the present own tr. of W.Mental A. SniiQi.i D. P., President and Professor will ever be foawl Uarfesi and ontidog.1 ItwUI \

fr near Lar tedious reading, to hard study, to the collection of Termt.-Two Dollars a year, or three copies for and oral Philosophy. upon all proper occWms, hold up to w e icnQ- ? ,
i I documents, the examination of dry details and extensive five dollars, invariably in advance.. David Duncan, A..1\1., Professor of Ancient ny the principles flf$ >"odern Democracy in aQ tb& | -

reate5t unea- correspondence, very few can fully under- The HOVE JouasAr..ieeent by mail-to all partsof Language hideousness, naktinfesa, and defojmTry. '"ft -
: the Vves stand. It probable that the next generationwill the United States, the British Provinces and to i Ezekiel A. Blanch, A. 31., Professor of pure wHit, in fine, iafcifly. fairly, and mneomprwi' i

I The feel more deeply the debt of gratitude which Europe-done up in strong wrappers. with the utmost i I and Rev.applied Mathematics. singly committed s"vigorous prrmt atfna* f i .. ,
to the they owe to Mr. Benedict. than docs the present. punctuality and despatch. Charlei F. 1Dt'em.A. M., Professor. of a war against LocJECSweism-r-it asks atither ana -
, 1 1 Subscriptions, orders, remittancesand all Experimental Sciences. Lice nor treaty, 4'- '
contents of the
, the country History as a whole are to treasure, munication, must be addressed (post paid) to the Oliver H. P* Corprew. A. B, Tutor. of Ancient With view to the fuHnerance oftha'esn b.
us a and
as Editors Languages and Mathcmaticp.n .
GEO. which the
I : such we recommend it to others.' 'But for ourselves MORRiS, PRINCIPALS FLORtyAJlWHlG stao< lJedr d; *
i i: the 8th In. we wonld not be- without the information N.,P. WILLIS. 1 r SCHOOLS OF PREPARATORY' efforts of all Whigigood and true aaa iatokW I* t-

I, ; : by being furnished r_._ ..' ._..reference___.._ ..Baptists.L_ of, the.old world. 107. Fultin-street., Wm. T* Dttfi*. Principal A of,t.lin. Prtva.twv beplscedinthehulaofyeriWjn aid in extending isaerculation. Th&aperib.ths4a!
I i also to iiwiu uu 'uuiirccui W i>uv euvcubcciivu vujuuriea School at Colle re. ---C----'J.

: ] COLLINSOS alone, for the price of the whole,worlf.. '_" A.C.DEnUXDER THE DIRECTION Charles B. S art, A. M, Principal of the Pre. met.The; WHIG wi tontbue tmdtr-ft Esliterui
U. S. Infan- us charge of THOMJ jfi B. ALEXAOTJEB.nct .
; I on the 28th is ia {jtself a library on ecclesiastical history Its NEW YORK. Win. C. Db J A. !si., Principal .of, the Pre / Ttrmt.roricE .
[ i real value we know not how to paratory School at
I i < estimate aright.- The Sacred Heart Academy is about Ridgway For Single Copies $
t : was a brave from Certain we are ten' eagles would not bear away JL miles fvm tho city of New'York, in the eight vicinity The collegia# year i il divided into two sessions. For five Copies, ,ki, ,,,-i $
distinc us our copy without some assurance that of Harlem The first beghvS weeks 'after, and the For '
t we and Manhattanrille. The site second 21 ten Copies, ... ', ,. W
I f in the inet- would LliWIS)be able to replace! it. is romantic, elevated,healthy,and beautiful. The weeks before.' th' 2d Wednesday in J une. To such' For twenty Copied T ..,. .. -:.. i
where he USHER. COLBY, 122 Nattav Street, Ti B- buildings are erected in :a handsome style. Tho as desire to e!tcr 'College, it is important that .!.NJ. G. L1B1JO : &C..
be in attui
they lance
at the
grounds for recreation and opening, :aba ses-
promenade neat
as he re- Oct.12, l&S. are and sion. A 'short .
j tf spacious,'mrrounded with shrubbery,' and pleas absence at that time may place a TO tAIMANTS WOR RKTO'
SCOTT'S antly shaded by forest and grove trees student under disadvantages which will impair his .L1 LVTIONAU PEN2OaS..Truub.scriber .

part in NEW PROSPECTUS. This institution, in its plan of education, unites scholarship thibughont the session. 'Our course ,having der4nlhis attentTeo for npww*
\ every'advantage that can be derived from a of study 1s' arranged 'as to meet the wants of of ten years to th4eeution of iIa.imagsis

. ( the ALWAYS ADVANCE.J' J' I tual and conscientious care bestowed on the pupils pune- young men whA desire to acquire' an extensive the General Covey .,jt and beforeCtogres*,kibor
on op in every branch of science becoming to their English education, without studying the Ancient succeeded, by gre* and expeaw, in-obtain
sequence Propriety of deportment, sex. Languages. ,The benefit to be derived from the i lug, by collection ._ nnrchase.'probablyUiew*
TRULY politeness,personal
in fa- A MAMMQTH; fSIIEET. ness,'and the principles of morality, are objects nca of- use of the Liljarics' and from attendance on the complete and ext* iiv. records of erid aoe ef 0

is expec unceasing assiduit}. The diet is good, abundant, Literary Society, should! :strongly induce such line and staff ofB etof the army ef the RerehK *_ .
Northern REDUCED PRICES TO CLUBS. and wholesome. The health of the pupils is the young men to prosecute their studies here. In order Lion, from the earli. period of the war to It* -

-. object of constant solicitude and sickness for a studant to enter Upon the English course, termination thereof: to wit: Tt names ef *
object of THE.Proprietors of the SATURDAY EVEMXO: are attended with maternal tenderness.* they he must be thortnghly acquainted with English cers of the line and' tftff of the arm* appointed If

' i ; Repub: Posr, satisfied from the experience pf the last two Difference religion will not be an obstacle Grammar, Geography and Arithmetic. the Continental CttfgresX,with a reference Ma "
, ; l ; ANNA will years that it is the c "mapifu t destiny" their the admission of young ladies, provided to I. The expenses f,this'institution are as follows to the Returns kno b as the "Washinrtea. JV i

j paper to take its stand at.the very head of the willing to conform to the general regulations they are of Board. per .*ess2jn,'\$40; Tuition and Deposit peril" the State :iperj" and ether importa*

weekly cress_ have resolved ta make the. Post mnn- the school. Fee, per sessioi, $22 SO: or 8125 for the colle information from th/krehtves. of the Geaeral tar

worthy loan ever of its high position.: They aocordinjly Coarse giate. year. exclusive of incidental enen t_ State Government thus comprfiang; the"***
.-At .now have the pleasure of calling the at- Education.. wmcn incmae tte cost or text books fuel, furniture general and valuablitTldence ever held by sJ5)Tate

! ; ;.;A. cution of the pnblio,to the fact,. that the POST Tho knowledge of religion and its duties &c,, for rdbm'in College.Ve respectfully individual; tlfc tames and rank of the wa*
: 1 23J, to the has This boon greatly.enlarged. the primary object of a good education,it Is treat- advise parents that more pocket money than is ne tinental and ftat ]affieera; their, appointa'promotions
: is a enlargement enables then to lay tho eqniv- od with the attention due so' important a cessary to supply the reasonable wants of a stu cci vices!; nd cases resignatioaj;*
great aleu of eight more columns'of rending before and enters as the basis into the plan of studies matter fol dent is injUriO The practice of contracting floors of the medica tff, surgeons- mate*, Jffeyvors

; ?! by Judge tion their of, subscribersweekly, -being, in fat, an addi- lowing in every class and department of the school. debt with tradesmen in the vicinity of College, is and apothv rie j chaplains to tie**'
BENTON one-fourth to tho old area of the i Tho of in a- high degrei aCe of the f
_ ) paper.i course education comprise reading,'elocution pernicious. A law of tho.. tate army; etlc.rs ia the .departaert
with iCluiracter of the Paper. ; writing arithmetic, French and English of Virginia, designed to provide a remedy for this commissary general,. issuesanspurehaaest'
: The grammar, English and bane of aU ColI\res.is to this effect cers in the departmei of the *
( the Court general character of the old paper such French polite i i literature, : That any quartermaster p
, >Jo'r'Mr. it has been"undor-the supervision of the as composition in prose in both, languages,history, dent merchant who fhll give credit to a Collegeaht- ral, including deputyquartermaster1 general, V
1 present without
I The Editor-shall be maintained. sacred and profane, chronology, geography, the tfebal ityfrom hit parent or sistant deputy qusrtasnadergcnev$1s, wagou
;, { : meet- It sball be neutral Politics and Religion uso of the globes and delineation of maps, the ele- guardian, shall tuon conviotiou of the fact, forfeit ductors and forsge1rs.st.rs ; omcrs-b the
spoke in the same time that it shall not fear to its at ments astronomy,chemistry,natural philosophy; the debt, forfeit |is license. and bo fined $500.- partnuent of eommiscry seiitaryjIoreiudWDance
peak Let
j 1' : l'onden e breath. _i4 mythology geometry, &c.; all kinds of useful and law parents and guardians havo due regard to this ; and ocers p the hinaot the amy

f and *Original and Selected'Articles.* ornamontal needle-work,embroidery and silk,chenille .1 and where i| may be necessary to open an ac tng staff appoinUueoU, such a>a ,oaptaj3

; showing Its Original Tales,Sketches;:.Esttys, &0., shall gold and silver, artificial flowers,and e.cry signated count with a mefthant,let ,the individual be de at an aid-de-camp, Hjfttenantt performing tI
and Ufi
be of the nighest character. The faults of no.article species fancy-work' according to'the. wishes of will .. 4 &lflOUfltZpeCjfled, and the evil ty paymasters, qmsjtenttast, aad.acjatUL
of the ce&ll also officers
arellt of
part can be over looked, from a foolish for < (,eitbentsJ aM Stats a1'In
; BEN- its originality* respect Term PREPARATORY' DEPARTMENT. many cases, not oniy the.eri4e o*. of sppIi*
V ; { If ;, tits Selected,Articles wil.o procured frolItflnt' Board,'per annum, ,. '. '250 The olject or ment and service eae.e thoirnt.buofacconnta ,th.IeW! '
sources and the ; Postage, books, primary tho Preparatory Schools giving nont
1 hereaf ; readers of the POIT may depend stationery. sad washing, are .into tjie hpsyIuich'deemed
In ita charged to the 1 prepare "ylung'men for College but important Taj toe
I F upon finding pages the best Tales parents ; the adjustment of pennOI
: Essays course of
: {: T &,'that appear.either In foreign Payments are to be made eml- uaUlln I study Ifauch aa to meet the wants of the staff.offlocrs. or to toei widows. P r OM 1t1'1(
Or domestic advance. .
... ... agazine8.-,'Thus laYiDIl'. tha'.JVlon. _R".II.h n.1 .' ,l t L I neighborhood M.which they'are lo located and to I claims pending before he Commissioner! bt
American,-world under eonlributkin.J. -'--.-. MO..g.. ( .u No deduction will be made-for a'pupll with Ufa. .itudenti,. >for.,t.he;;- .nr- <-irn' ."..'"-tnw l Fnr w nt nftha aeo
: 1-"> ; drawn'before the expiration of the 4" 1j evidence, although sjqried Iee eusy bh'vbe fl adW
'" quarter :
;4gr'utlural; 4' for except Thi siuhtt Ia4v1cinjt' _
cogent vlop i\JCOU in
;S. YOBK. The Agricultural-matter reasons.- I p.l'OutiDues ot cases wherth.1flifl P45SfP0
of : : under the
whtch "
j hat tlte'Pot No pupil will be received dlreetkji oUIr.V. T. Davis claimed baauotbeeato1fwwsat.tprOO4
the Type alwQyt given heretofore double forV hortef'Wco and all able _
\ business any other paper, shall be the autintity of than sfx'months.'I 014 t suecesdul TeLcher, andjny own,immediate such eases evidence'irr.Kj aow l "obtained &**

They will that can be found in eomposedofte.bost the feutteroua articjes MWL/ the' Pia? /' harp.'guitaP,'drairlni and Eipe.rYiaiou.. Its sessions 1 '} '- reliable source', in th tetbliabC$ ( eritorW
I. with PUIla-' 'devoted to the periodical Spanish;; :German, and Italian lan sn4vaostlocis" are the same as those claims, and in angin4atIo (pensions to tk .L*
: subjtet.-'Making this '
; & Out Agricultural 'Department way guages. are extra charges.\**'' w;M r. The cost ofboard,-&o"U allowance of e-i Cot1estibh* .1 '
: ,rwill superior to what ft 'l'h8 'French language fs' a College ness must be post tLbs SF1Muit1Yifl
fur fl"'nOytpokenlnthe
bns.4s.bytbe conies pars. : _
o(the best ,. ,, J-.,..,,,, l'JJ,1 ofany"'.' iingle.;... writer. '_' I institution, and. 'M*taught without any extra tthtfPouegel giftg in private lkmibes, liclu. csIv'sr'ttentio.eNo'ag4 !ifl'.bt'ai1ds
: i in ,.The News .ew. T' : C&ATgOatT* !;"** X-i t ?*vt4.. 4'U'llr$ bx th. 'and
rtlJl SQt. f sill, and at far, > Hureieu dOIfl, O. cJWI be :L, Ge"erat.. 'ltei1l1 dente H. for CJa -. 1[ J\t,.,: tisaod, : ZXANDEftr R&T,) 'I
M 'TIf..J.ab' t
: ; 'n :
; 'uos adverUshthUBO- before thera4estthfafueg ura d bit-laid ti .'O&tib ,1It **"S- (| 44, II< U 1 : ('.

bJJnOzt. ti'iJPWr week pt July,and chaJaJtl dI1U .m t'F.ClQUJd EuglLftL stcldieif 13 90" ,. .,, ___i
toreeejve.. / Mc M4ttm,1- I. the first Monday of *" :* 'rt'or h'eohooijs Oairt-e.'rN 4 I ,* S. ) -. .-
j j ;.f1. September, ,. 'j .fj : 1&jc'q: 'iYe' --' a- nMIt&eIAeJ.i
the 7h\IB 1kF'Neten.iAt, For furt.he .J I obtained&lI rYfi. tk e.i A
: amooofc .s tea -.my! ; A pariculsrz It! roqllf ' f'u11. : p1T.tO tlit'J.t&h )!* s *
'and ti'
: andTor1:
: : "a.o lU'&te :"i.ctIoUrit 4 ot th Rv'HIebop'flugbee fa I th' kl'at4fitf( (
: at 9 ctt. SaiofS ;4. iso jg1wJU? < .*he rior, .6aond Heart ; ; 'SIJ tY*tricetI &wbJs&33!i
; : ...| are. r*0 PAIa.rgci >
I j ; ; :/' .'. .r, ,,' 'I 5tt et N'wYork.'J ,,-, IW ,, s South. H :
'f graviigt.'. ",. -'l.f r "The| ManhattanviUe t',1J iL4 J1jfl at'tty'* Jg6nUefeD' **w>eas sInce reception of Sojeurn I staprity V1 _
Jngra.ml' and BlO a hifrlt
Taylor. shall not be Tf1001 J kinds the in Moderation,also "111 pass by the Sacred Heart D1ind '.ge'l 'bsvcbeeu! emttlontsllC0Us reriatatl 1Il}'and 1 ,
I forgotten. But POST shall never passengers to or from the whenever' there are tlm. The scholacje SIflCI that plied ith.4h.hish .

: It inatituthii two sessions of'l' ntinths yeuwmbe.cdtvide- can bt directly. bin
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