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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
Creation Date:
July 14, 1849
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note:
Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note:
Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note:
Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note:
"Our country."
General Note:
Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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Itet ,aJ na---ar-- becbnrinued" ontil- 4lIiredw ; '' ,-.. $ ..! t in length, andnoBe(-6kaVthkty:fiv feel: laches diameter;cot less than 10 inches to be ,::.irI : .-\:1't aD d d'1. ..J

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be ; for. id I .n.u.e'n ujril Uper of the tree.*oThbe 2 pieces Yellow=.tJ" J8 j o Jtrnc" 6oUi

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JII u.i .:. I '1 ;2''cubic fet''promiscuous JjfeUowts 2mJ l. lined straight, or>wlth*.Jitir curve.' ,The 3 'pieT Wtt6 U15O'e WOti fe t Jee& m1: fne :.' '

$1I ra.aI : I" 71W pine.,at'- cents pet* )&&* o -f.tnJ-UH -UJ{ t lIcid dJoJ IJto.I_ tf'nnflftl..ot, .; l lldJ! ft$. aclz,7: 's V1nchesVdI ,.tt't'' =.t det ear d 1tlU I11d, !::1' '.
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far Letters Administration 500jeigious 1 *> s" r.'t' IpUlAl uv ti teI.U.lJ11 tongp di-l; t4j 6 -t. 'fdll'-t.J..h' tl
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> !le 'tian twalii.incIie BquarejearoC ane.No ", bL41. ,J. Cia1oiP' .'NY.,t'.lU",: t.i .IICD ,el _, ., .tit .
notices will be inserted grttui- q -=== J" : 11 '"i'
.I ; t destret01b' ( more sap or vwlfhfttt w qMj1iu.-Of the ,1'1fj-'YJ1c > t"'i" r 1U 'b 4')r/Q1. ; 30Ojertash piank4iincbesth1eklirt, .. 18 t."I" .\; ,:
. If my bid be accepted I wldressiotib'theolit .breadth m-Q wilt al- I mc tim5.' t w zae8'..ld e.tov.' t ear.1I'e n.'nEIo "'j' \
of the face .corner oe ,
&- dil at?', .' andihe I br" -jj k t"\ -\ 'I1 rr' : .l13 a. 1'-4' w .. 9 ; a, '
UUflC&ti0l $ most be addressed ttrr1' I4 "ed' n tJie 8\O "Wwood to be u. I 20,000 cubic(Cat outa'euow Pine pink : .
l1.II OAfl. J : contract to:be sent to the navy agent 'j ;1 ', c1ddMfl Y?1i* fjiii vJ-- .i ,Ql.t' m_ L..*_* tt J p_. f 4, hn rd"lQe ? !
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Lc S ,fpersonal for execution. Trr v ItIlnnCIlhiirl1 .1 : .y lOC6 ; .1U3: : '; Q'! cf. l )t! : .
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;: AJJWJ for Job.Printing.matt be paid on the. Chief ; Bureau of Constnctiou1 &. &c, cubicsfoot'itsxa than 35 feet averaging feet .half to square 2OQ H' n..l 4 1 J-_ 1 *#c
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timber be
joliie.mrk. i: All the above,Yellow! Pne |6 otIthe 12-Inched antWr.t01sq *14Jlche"; WRpi) I < M'

, ... ... 4. ... If'.., J". ; "..::.v; very best a1itiJfi 'from all'defects. 'wards st the top ad f.tbe sticks;'to bof.the 5OOdol OO,1do13 4F.. 'd"do" '-boards50 ,. 'd *Y.*do"'f' d-- '.,'
.1I J' 1 1rea 'in.the ,State. of t .. .., 'hereby.',. uarant e The ends to be sawBd-'tff''sq'uare to sound and best qualUy ;lMgileaf/ttoe>gra tree, .l1011t ;; .t" ,.. ,Clo. j'4 );! .
A 1. r w''" l white aah13argt7tiet feH :1
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PRO that in case efol"egOlngi CtVo4&by t1i, cir nct t"fsn O \L : heart''u,1r windis keSj' anafiaUjOther\.defects .. 1t.f.'fJength .
b&acceptcdjthat .:'jwUlj;within: five days J by.the,foot.., ,, f:.- .fir E' ..
A u, FOBT-nC ..:. ; mfJ jo JtJ 'J J.l ,h. "- : to be.hewn to airtedge, ndtbbaTe.lI& 11O)rJait 'oalioars irfeet
TplSEB after the receipt of theconractat the pos'Oi.flee {: Ji.'i01 more* **+ T *than*one-eighth of the 1- Breadttt of>the ... ;; imgfci UOo.t'ett", 'i;.
; < /: i sap 'TfOot 4 't,1..t >JIo/ '. .
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bid execute the same witePine: Z 1 1'. H length,'th. ... ;1'
designated jn said ..,. c. .r'H" .face from each corneiyand tBe cubical contents .t 11 t. 4 {
NAVY DETAKTMEKT, with good i("sufficient*sureties,1 ioYurnish the .'O 't et': n.' : $NoiWhite"'Pine > .150 white ash oars, 15 feet loner 4rmo''tet '
of all to be the measurement of > .
a LMM. tt J Construction,Equipment. and Repair, article'proposed id'conformity with the terms 1 i;l iid t>4'clear cfectaiiRichJas' waetimugtift sap" *-** e.t. y,W J--. <- iy* ,'4r*,*:"k l-.toot :.; i ?" :.. .J

II fine 13, 1849. of the advertisement under which it was made. knots sbakesstairs coarseness/df ., x Lli l36 wbu.h' 1. (e J 2 ur_ C
. .- .-. .'* -- i; t rot splits ,' ] The "promiscuous timber 1 to be' inlengiu$| .in lel"'''by the foot. .. '.4 tt. ,. ,1t
P- ttiLED proposals, endorsed "ProP: for I .. quality, sap wood, holes:' and uneven sawingpCThQUMndfee not less than: 30feet;: to ..acrage"40eeti.tol"PChea ; : :tJi te 7" ","-':Ir.t e ;' .ff ", :t' p
'r Lumber as the case nay be", (na- 'V.A F \ }\ ; t..... < ,} Ng, .. .::4
Yfinbcror the "
'brdiueasure42.White square sndj upwards:at top en s, b. .tJi" .t, ,.0.. r- .
e1. ii tie yard for which the offer is intended,) I hereby Certify,that to the best of my knowledge 30 OOOJ; c ,Pine inches square> bejjpljhfjjbjest In ena.MJ e AOOt. : : 1. .i4(30&whiteisbosrs,12
this Bureau until three and belief the .above-named guarabibrtare nch b atdsj rto have not more tban th ( fet1 ir736 l"ett :t :,
v fl be received by one io r. quality. long leaf'fine grain,: :free from heari ,i :' ;; t "A..Ji ; .. 414 .fta CM,
1.ij ad'P; M,ofthe fifteenth of August next;foi.sbing good and mcie 1t. : ; t* J., mo.o mediuja MzknotsWitbin fifteen', shake;'wlhCBlbSesVand kirotber defectsv 16 .fl' ""*** u6ui 1oI.J"I r,.

ijr I. ADd delirering, under contract'at .' : : .2avy4gen. ) ,. J' tee to.h.1-M-lt' ill'"otlier:1r': '.wood>- be hewed to a fair edgei ording tothowth -'Anlhe foregoing ash.timbet,and ptanlffo* b* ;f ji..
hereinafter named the rot shakes, splits holes and uneven : iorthe. .. <. 5 fywUte> ft vfM otjL, j" ,.j
yards sawing tohitfr
it ;tjeteralnaTy ** 'V'A .4 W *7't ,of the tree, and no more SSpthflr Jof -f'JL 1.bN ';'.11' '.t ,. ."" .f ':-." ,: i.
% d' .
and other articles embraced in .VYYARD lilTTEBY, MAINE. : 't uje4a aputlj ..,. OUler. .,.e.. D.. '0 '.II,
tthe:'bet limber per'rJ7' the breadth.6f the, face frbia each corner,.an i : :. r't't .1
j,'JTertisement. One-fourth of.the -wholejujgtr !- Istdixis; \ v'05 : 4'A.n'iif..1f l 1. t" ..Crett:, the cubical contents f f all the :sap to be excln "I.rlc!.-' -"- .fO ,I'L.I.SS.N'o..7.'tI' .' ,-.,. -' 't.'I' Jt j jt t.

1.e required each navy yard,must bed'ouorbeCorethe'lst &- iu...ftlO't.J.It.. ded in the measure ottbet: mber&pro.p4Ii WAit Oak timber : cubic
White oak kni (by,the tided inh.), I < &c.j per /001.
.et r 3ed July; one-fourth on ; Locts4c. ? i D'i rthff b l-:"'tb r"h1 1 be Ilewed*it1i t )
one-fourth be- 600 White ')ak knees (or4,50q sided,inchesj 30000 cubic et-1fhl plaak:stockj pescbicloot .1i 'J
lefore the 1st September; or SOOcabic feet .f hi4itpie from a fairTiie'of ingoiie was' f the l l
I K rethc lit November;and one.fourth on or be. the net siding of one third tofb! 'V inches, 'th % v t /v" .-. .. ..1j;

fab r t tie 30th December, 1850. In case of failure net siding one third to be-8 (inches,and the ,.ia the mld4I. of the ,Ucka, u.of., I The aforesaid '.'plank stocks9 :aid.flpf m1zcu.oustimber" 10000 cubic feetwhite'oalcpiomiscuous timber, S .4 .
fait deliter the articles within the times and in net siding lethe other third to be,9.inches; the ; bark none less; than l6inchezdiaunetezperbicToot must''be felled between!the'-1st-of r.goaf pe* e ibid fQOt.r r i.;. ;1 ) "SS t ; 't.t
oak .
the Bureau of the !e- arms te be in lengths from 5' feet tb'S'feet and v 12000 leet U inch white ,pfaaijpetthoa* :. :
specified .
e proportions : "i 'id"ff 'C'. ft.. .i..df 'j :.; ( t October, and the 1st March1,;and must havegrown $ sand f etboaameasnrt.r*. .
( In lengths frora.5 i ,2s ; f+ f
commandants to hare the right to supply 6 inches the bodies to de : 500.feet board measures Cheiryboartia, one 1ritbiD"60'mi1e' t'tJ e sea'coagt; must \ Y'OOf" <
purchase and the contractor andI to,7% 6% feet 2000 tull inch!white oak:planl Tps.thouM t' lA
Ede&des by averaging / T "I incS thick,to average 16 inches -per thousandfeet stripped of the barktorVhewed:.within.20 '
itffl sueties to be responsible in twice the con-. The bodies are to be sided to the diameter of ;" board i ""*"" itay.ner it is Yelled 'and placed .clear"of the feetboardmeas1iei. if ;t'.f vfiHl:o 1 i ;1
I measure.'I> ,
'IL 3000 feeVil inch white ak boards" .
: tthouZ& .
taken them1dd'leofjthe !
** per
the arm the siding'siz 'at J. V*> ?* kV}*
id price.An ; 2O.0Q0fet board measure White plank .
groun .
'r: If. ,..r 1 Bahd'feeti: 31'Chl eaiue.s... ,
tie timber,and other articles must be of length of the arm, (clear of bark.' ). Three 2 inches thick- thousand feet ,.boir mea .0 ; .4 I- 'f sc! : :.:
per _.. .
be 3000 feet 3-4 iach white:cafcboards .thou i .
is 'to CLASS No4. .
"diameter :
and to the fourths the'aiding' con ;per
i I aVerr best quality, subject tnspecaud of or inre.' .* ., .
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? (J7 S tf-11- > Ii ?: -: :; i 'J .T tft sand.feet-i >
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measurement established for the gor- sidered the net siding olihe knee. : L j 500 feet board measure _hcrry,plank 2 inches S arlimhtr. IARU'U'm.4* 11
P -The'ab
., "whiteoak ,
rules size of the body in the middle '{ u *" & \. plankstocks tff b e In.lengths .
the several yards moulding 't e
iu of printed I
nt the wide
" navy thick to 14 inches
average -
; .
; per .
J ftichmaybe obtained on application to the of its length, to be full one and on'e&alf net' thousand feet board 1Jow'Pine sticks.or,267.cubic feet of spar i not:less tha'::3fee ; averaging; j : ("
measure.1000 / Umber 50 feet long Ifl inches parallel. feet '12 inches and half to : ,
. 41jF ferent commandants or navy agents: .o\J1said siding of the knee. .' feet bo 'measure Black Walnut square sqnar:14inehesand .1-.i
. ibcr.lumber, and other articles must be enilj One-half of the above knees to be.square,and. boards .1 inch thick/to\ 18 inches'wide 3 yellow pine sticks or 210 icubic? feet of spar: ; upwaids':atlthe top eadl ffafrsticki : t l'.f

, satufactory to the respective comraanDtS. one-fourth to form an ,angle from eighty to ,thousand feet 'board average timber, 45 feet long, 15 inches parallebv j /-.They muss be'rough tt re4/ac;: pdinj' ; ,.'.
j the reD lnder-'to form anan: -per measure. : :4'yelloir pine:8 ninety degrees
j' Walnut.boards
board.. Black .
1.500.,feet measure, : timber 73 feet tee 1-5 the width of thefaeeof Ihtfis&a
longji25 inches from
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white oak timber must be rough squared gle from ninety to hundreddegrees 1
Fie inch thick.,,to aTePAIM"14lnchea widepehouujd5ceboardzneaaure.
butt. t6 be ortha
: i squared p besUqualityifree'trO
to the growth of the tree to have none The length of the arm to tie m 8 d"from ; > 4'i I at ti,
ICICf rding '
i. A? 4 yellow,pine sticks or.'I22-Ubio,feet of ;heart sha1eswind 'shakesYbad'Jajotsyishortcrooks'and : .
tded spar 1
the width ofthe face the'backs of the body ns mo by the angles'given.
'I exceeding one-fourth 500 feet board ineasur, k'1'a1Ilu1'plank ."
: 1 .t.1riiber65 feet'1 long J23"iridies *.froaf all other defects.>dTht cubiealcon- .
! IIOw the side &s squared. All the yellow pine .. ; .i4iQchei wide
.f 2.inches .thick average : ,7\per : butt. *aJ1..n r."3 T,' t tents of UieBpshsJlbeexcludtdmtflemearjre.meat. '?

ibermustbe: oUhe best quality of hewed long:leaf 2d CLASS. . t \Jlii?< &*-vv <*.*M"measure..Of j L-, :4,yellow,pine sticks,' or.468,cubic- fc t.ot spar- : : Jot ,av p Imp: :
to be to
'. aiJ redge grain,and SoutktinycUorcpine to have no more, sap than one-a Lumber, ("Board measure. ,") pefthousandtfeet.ti : 10,000 feet board measure feetiong, Cypress' ;Boards from : timber,52 feet long,19 inches) from butt dThe: "i t- us't ber.IJ ,l Je i & '
11nbth1ckrpm.20to39 arijj '
kth of the breadth of the face from each corrjtnecontentsof board yellow pinsUcksor.3M :reet, of>par noti diiii 20 ie, evia36fe ttosquare ;
'q;; tf 8'to 12 Iches. -.per hQs4fjA :
> .Jr'4-' timber.-48; feet long. 18*inchesjr r..froiit' 14 bicbei hil"JrJj'V .
all sap to excluded in'the feet board measure lat quality 5inchclear ;
; 2.000, measure. __ .butt/ brri
: 4rrr. : aafl
the timber. The oak must be -"*- iUjeet stc..tq inche5trmnst, t
asnrement Pine
: lie White plaufe ju ilcvca i eilwTjoooMj-tfrom 2 7'i 'f :_'.l..a ''.t' "' _. ,
-. ]led between the 1st October and the 1 st of 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 4-inch. long,and from 10'to-l inches diameter'to aT.eisg14' .yellow.plaB.sticksor.,I ..tofspar.l9n& .1UII:1\i ', g0"Wle-p' 1.JI.1&;t IIG" mr,. .f1 i. ; ,

. telL.rch, and must have grown within sixty miles clear White Pine plank., ... ,II' inches diameter/clear of bark, in:the timber54. .. : ,....h.-. .' "feet 1' "'-r :'Jj'r 18"r-..i. h.IUJ'jl...___n"J.. fronL4 tdhave face of the no:wine sides exceedingly' the Vidtfi'of th.- 'III _.
tIIt.. mnct hp Vf Hnnwi rtf tf>(> hark or as squared ; ,
attoi' 1st a.1DCD leofthe 575 feet
fe board measure qualityclear or cubic cu
v- .J -------- r-- -- --- ---- -- 3,000 sticks. per. : 4'yellow pine slicks 968 bici'eetof .
or c spar
: '
1e'm' red within twenty days after it is felled, WiitePine plant ,. biafoot. f 9'I. .. ', ,?, ;: "* feet 22 inch qaalityfreefrom[ -:wind1 shakes; '
timbery2 long ea.'lala1leL. bad ttsand all .erdefe.a tag 2
; d
placed clearoftheground:which satisfuo 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st qualityinch 2%- pieces Fustic three feet long and,.llxteen 4'yellow pine sticks or 874 blofeetotepirtimber : the cubical ; :
contenteof %l
r evidence must be given by the contractor, clear White Pine plank. inches'diameter ',17-cubic/eet- cubic ; sapIiaWbe-excludedln.. 4 -.
say ; per ,'65 feet long 22 inches paralleL measurement' '* t;.. .-.* -. -'.- ..
., he production certificates signed b, two 10.000 feet,board measure 1st quality,2-inch. foot. *,,.. .d ,'t1..1. .J" All of the above Yellow'Pine- 'timber'isto ;

lectable witnesses, with their deposition on clear White. Pine plank. 1,200 feet board measure. Cedar,boards, 15 be of the free front spar heart shakes Thesboew1iitoakp1ank stocsiii"roizi..

mtD before some judg*of the court or magis.e 10,000 fee board in sure,' 1st quality' }$. to 25 feet longand .from,8, to,(,12:inche3>ide, wind shades bestquality,"*nd'all other; defects'to:b hew d iscuous timber must be felled!-between' theist .
tDtl within the township or county where theer inch clear White Pine plank., e, and% of;an inch tMck=per'f thousandfeet" ) to a fair.edge) Ddt! have'no/more than 1-6 pctober.andjst March, and must.havr crown ,
tiaI > was felled. 6,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality .t)(- board meavire.A11the'AshCherry. of;the breadth Of the face from each eonm-.: within 60 miles of the cea xast'most' t 4' ,. a
for than must "'* ,, &ca19TedcscrIpedtobe bdrof the barf hewed within?20 a1fte Iitisfelled
rrsons offering more one yard, inch clear White Pine plank Those marked.,"34from t butt tare for '. or .

separate and distinct proposals(or the supply 1,000'teet, board measure, lst pnalitj.Ij. of the.very best:Equality,.qlenr'ofjrot,splits yard 'and pieces mast'be!the name at"the" butt ;and ntt' 'l c1eaiohh gnOnILCi.Asi'N&6. -
,: ****** t.* ,
ttkj;keepifg the classes of articles separate inch clear.Cypress 11t.: : : shakes knots cross grain,worm holes,Stainsr&c.. lined r.n.t wardstheend'which'can'be'tapered $ .# *. ; j.

embracing therchole quantity of all the articlese 1,000 feet,board measure, 1st" ua.1ittlinch Tbepboardatobeacd.t9, e1 :off;the large'.pieces vto44'inches'''and the, Whi&Pitit iStttipt -lr( atif anireJ :
clench item'must be disily ,. :
The rd&i4 "
cost clear Cypress b ?> It -';. n -" *'?1'1" ,f' smallest to U IncJi' the cubic'foot/; :. Kianulxnd'at J
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carried out and the aggregate of .each 2,000 feet, board measure 1st quality 3inchclear'White S -Ci.ASsN6:4. .'sJJtl- '* a? ,j-.C": 11 'tJ:i' tCssNo.5..4 'lIZ" f';
footed which is material to a AsI :'/ "' "?" feeWincK r fie !
!correctly up, pl : Tt1 t,1) 500 cles whiOrf ?Well *.

lab comparison of bids. An erroneous exten- 2,000 feet, board measure; 1st;quality 2 Jr Blacid. .piuce;.SptRoles-' I.H'.i' Bi1\" the '. 'S1r4iceSpdriz' .u..jit .',! -f"m g aclsoned/lZta: 16 feel 19DJ eflutq DaD. '

oran erroneous aggregate will constitute inch clear White Ah plank. '. I 'T' ";.IU ,.ana pqJ *, v r rfujr ,: 4-qT \ ': vtii '; ;. f .J JH U". '

iformality, and will not be considered 6.000 feet, board'measurejist cpmlaty'2.tnch: 30 pieces 37-feet 16ngy 6 inches'diameter in ,*25 itt spruce,.donate spars.. ., .-;,55. .-to. v..i 60:.e
extension of time fordeliveries under any cl White Ash plank. ;" ,!v ; ft the middle, 5 inches diameter at the top end sue, per spar1?? JEcheswide,12 to.16 feet Kmge jnal quanquantities. .

ract will granted, and penalties fornon- 2.000. feet, board measure, lat quality%\ clear of the bark. per inch 240 inches 25 spruce spars size ,'.45to, 50*feet"' long,' of5 proper1.tionate --t1tieICi. ,')1 *-. .J94 }I ".- <,l': 5 1l)1JJ 17
Iment will in all cases be rigidly enforced clear White;Ash plank one.hiir diameter per spar. : : 3-inch clear: .
inch ; 40 pieces 35 feet-long, 7 Inches1 in: I IjOOOfeet 'White'pinet:13:to.-18 In't
m therefore,requested to offer for no to be not less than 20 inches wide..f| 'the middle,4 1'inhes:diameter tat;the/toy.end,' 500 Inches spruce. span. ')6Wt'g> Indies. ;,'p r: ,'... ,I xes wide,,12to_ ;16;feetlonr. equatq1lld1- ,
inch f -
e than they are sure ihey can furnish within I-.OOO.feet.. .. ,, board. measure' lst quality" ,1M.! clear of the bark-per 4ncb,280 inches:t> < '.. l x. / 'i M 1 .-.tltieL" .4 tt t'4-"*L 11 i ;eMYd2OOOeet21.inchclearwb1tpI .: ; ,

1e time specified. inch cl at' "h- ''Ah't.t'J ODe- '(. : 'C30: pieces,1 30 feet long,7 Cinches'diameter Cin : ,t ::. -c'. ,o.IIj I bj2i talS '

ke price of all manufactured or sawed lum- to: less : :wide.>. _the middle,',4) inches diameter the top end,' ; a j/" lk 4'c ": ... .J l ches i4t J2 t)18i fee ftr, equal

jill 'be estimated and determined byrd ; '3.000 feet board measure,-1st uality1.idchclcaibite4ibOardL ; clearofthebark per,inch in he&,:;?I:',l-'- :f : .t '.; .f" .; :.:" 'n:. '";. 'nt1tii.-: tbor:".f.'M J.')$ l ;! 1

.ueautre;" the square and round timber. ; r'27netlonr.f6iJlnChei i diameter in g .4 ash.logs, 14 fwt Jong and,20 to 24 inches OQO. C.c1acteu.white tne" 19r to' 1-1

B otherwise' specified, by the"cdie foot.. .500 feet,board measur ts4 a1itft1nch' 'the middle 4'inches fdiameterc at?the" top end, diameter,7308inchesf per Inch.. | .',: 'y lnche Wlde-t2tc1.1.t fm"lonr.\

4J pprpvcd sureties in twice the estimated ain BlacVVralnut'plankl "*' ; t11" clearof the bark.per inch; 240 inches ii i"1 3o 1hr.indlishtiinber 20 to 24 inches i .;;
Dt, the manner set forth in the form of 500 feet,'board D U re1abl1J lt1:3- -_ OO :Ilon4inchea4i'zneterintbe ] -- ,.t .. .1 OO2-inCh blear white'pin12'.to 24)1ntitem .

contract,will be required and ten per cenin .Black Wa1 l1tp1ank.HHI 'H.j; sdl1JWO middle %,inches diameter .the top end, ;J200 incbeidund ash timber;24 inches dlam4 i ,m'i -widejrtStO'lS feet lo&t,1' qoalj quant i- .;

I .addition, will be withheld from the ant feel board messure: 1st quality. 2-inch_. .- ciearoclc! ?.. -P fjochj-SOO inchesr ,- 1 t etercperincb. I -1) .I -a!*' ::t/! Jf"- tiesLjf c .4I4? *43*t j ai' jjt I1,000 : '

of each payment as collateral security .'vBt"ct.W. a pu Plaflk.i-L:; ; -",. -_, t IbO poles,i 207eetTong4: inches diameter l"bith 200 inches round ash timber,'20..i inche aiam- feet',3-4 inch clear.-White pine,.12 to 14 .

toe,faithful performance' of the contract. 500 feet, board' 'measure,' 1st qna.liry'l(i !'middle/3'inched diameter'Tat the lop'end; t 'eter' per inch., J >' ; iswiC't.1000 .-* .finches wide, 12; to Ji.1 fe\feet 1 lonr. ,. eattalquantities. :

*y per centum of each delivery will be paid -pUclcWalnut planfcc' u7 'f cl aiibf the kr1i peTpoleby'the perd sr&HsAH lee osh) plank;,4.Jnches thick, 22 inches ":4 : .

navy agent within thirty days after'the 2,000 eec'board ,'jlstqualitya-Inch .! the-above spars to! be of i tfae ve ry best. __ __;' wide board measure,'per 4000 feet.--.-. | 11,000 feet'll-il chcIeaiMtc pins,. 12 to Uequal I

e&Ution approved bills in triplicate byumandantof ,Black;Wslt.bo3rd54T .. m J..atrai'1.. ,&.r1 and tree... ..from... aU.defect..,., ,,. : I Iqualitr '1SQQ..r 84'-p 3MI"h } i ltJD es ( iinchesTridej'lS. ..:ft* &)feetUong, : j
delive- ; .1.' '-1 1iIdfd ti.E..qaan :
the board .
vide 1000 feet .
the at which | i .
yard per f r"'l1'1I..t"
kremide. 4 62,500NAVY .(( ... .,.&tq. '. .,. YJr. AAi 1 29 ,, i 1!'! 1500 feet ash'plank.3 inches thick,20 inches 10,OOOO.l et1Uft il:1 pins,;,2[tO14 ; ;i

r offermust be accompanied by a written YARD cgA1LEsoWNMAssig ; q""t; '. z:7T -Jl' 3jt f?I>3'<.CLAja.-rrs-i.s :1t1'tP.1h.,1. vfJm t.i 0 wldiboaMmn" '#i.suz'1p l 0O0. fe' .,ll''f'. ".inches wider+-12""t i."'IfqnanUtiea ",'tett". .D"r,'"'ttI ual n 'i
uty,(the responsibility of the guarantor Or I,' 0'1. LxwNoqt11 { ibJ: Live OqktMer, ("JI T. C'loetth I 2000:feet:: t.q.fn', thick, ,21.inches .. 4. ,u.r. "- ; ,

antors to be certified to by inavyagentorrocia1person :. .wide, board measufeIler 1000 feet'Uii-f I : .11,MIree'. ".liDche1ea.r... .hit,. tMt 1 I t4, fir.. :

;or by some one,known tothe WAit -OaTi.,. tfct -fhl. MveOaklkeelsch.pieces for a frigate,of the let I IiSttblfifef 500'/eetaslfplank. inch d$thick/18' inches. -tr 1' '.,1 h'..1'-.8j:'i, --w.;--".u..C......OIl.'.,. h', 1IAZP, *.!
?wj) that;if theofferb accepted the'bidhidders f 'J".t Wtitte'PJ11 tt1t--.tockito :s = 3 clatwose4sjasJoUows=. r wide,'.boArd eaire '1000 feet. \ 'titiesi > $:..-1- t_ -J
willrwithinfive days'after theic1dthcofltt 40, feet,;".1a..I. .2. J'fd21 ararg .*<** i f I 1500 feet ash plan ".inches thic iiw inches '<4.000 feet 34 incScleaf whi 19? .tonequal
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fo ? ,C*' : ; i .
atthepost office designated, average .I and t..1.v > !. 1 1Jortt2'dom2 wid, bolird measure per lOOOfeeti0 u : .I Iiwic1et2.. k11feet1oi 1, .,
thirty-five lUng WIa.t1r'etiet t .d 1 '1JJ4Jo. .-' --
than "m"r
ate the same with goodand sufficient sure- .f'ns st iuarearthe top>nd,0 fariaish toe'specificd inc1i -ldo.n rlfqt t i '5 1rtd1 board feet. : }eeJ4tch feU hitec l2tl4 .
thearticlespro agreeaWy,M 1iedI flh$ Jb ''1; \ 1 'a'o hf' 4th4T nieisure1-per 1000 \ 9,000 pin
IIv tthadTertIsethcntjand I nne..J"'Ie. '' ; "1000 feet ash plank,2%inches. thick,'20 inches ,incbeade: 12 to11fretdlong1 !uallOjOOOieet I
'd may be straight, To be sided 20 inches'find Gaoulded 18 inched.Each 1 jj ; '1Q" H *
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may bemb di&1ntheconract. The tAdamajibe1tn (.1rldtt 1I eas ttf L ;. F .
,1 \tJlet'-Wa1r" of these pieee sIi,intendea a'Iformtwo tJ mercliia&Vl9*white 14 r
rf cdnsidenuf ( tine
the feet
Ipth August<1846J forbids : 2000 ashpank2ntMpI6incb[
; ,
d taperiiigjn wn P MtT.i 1f pieces worked to'18 incheslsiding,' adancels n4<7 % -S
,* & prop ials not.accompanied by such' treel .wane not'a4&dfes ':6ne.otnth'ofth rideu board measure,per f fee&ftl'.t efabdBpVanJrittle hi'f t r
The mllft ii fiAI1QW- '
nty. '-- -" r- -/t *6li.f of the Ji' [aoQ1dW: petlUi"1oa1i1 1000 feet ashpj nk 2> inc hes thick,Clinch1 es OOC Jfl glM meech bll.Trgft pfnf, 11
? .idth'of th 'vf'1hlu&o) made of 6 inches the moaldiug. lj that ** 3. L: ua IeiIth.E:' ,l .
*lers)are particularly cautioned to'cndorse ,wide,board measure,'per:lOOO, t; trpi ; q
: : uand bio'foot. J.ol"fP ---J.!.t'aq i the heart of tJi Pie e *ybe taketfoatirdeeioTwith fee 2.iJi merchantable!,hitipinel4 ?
to that '1$
as above theyJmaywtiaguish' b.r f
: required,1 .t. k 2 J.11ni.
ya. UIit r6 _41411f..e f1riUfuttit.rh '
4.000 u ; l1 and ?
ed frbmblher bUlb. lettertjinr :' : ,wide. uucpeyIOJeet.2000feet t i feet.., upwards in'lengtfL .
i .lf n\'f2$ -.m.'teeU n;" oiut ". this ttrange&, v>" f fIttVOak : ." 1-\,
p'ennt'th.ii being. opened before!the dQDl9fthe difF. ; ash plank, 2>.inchw thsck,5 inchesWMIffW 10 .t_ _, ,. a ; I 4
tJf !:
n. ". -> r? in lson'piews for '-" ket. ?: J" 20 aeJ widli. :
e. -; v- t- [ TobK 1j- i'6 ? cl siftass) .fedo w '
8ixesptTtubI6 tttiiii '
and iv 4 Mfth "j?l f" l iont. s ,
erent 1O ioVlsl I
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a offers not ide'in'strict conformity with'tfvertisemenft rt : i 2000feeV&*pi4nk1 hcIethlckl3: i'_ .. ; '
: .f eekBjsayx42ftding : '-j : "" 'nilf,4""f, '
WhfteOak'knfc WfeSS 1--
# tt 'f cab feewfwj 2QOO'm t ID.lIinnt
riH be 'oer 1000 feet
in '
>ted informaL every:.particular.'offers" inches&te&, !) the.:Mdi. aDd tr..1\ ., e -ftJ a tncheVHhicl4 15 inches >,1,.. Itl'46'. .."' ,t""idfif = ;! !
as Those whose are be from deht to ien fectwngi netf sitting on>. nlLt ;;. !. "t tl.1 "t1 I' : .t ,Ao. 'tJ. -. ri

( 1 win'be duly''l otUi d, t.;oatiracts" 1';. ;;iJlTMhttia. :. aMj_ tojformiaaonsleU4UV ,_ '." _.' a. .,,-" ,.."' .-'jIrfi.! .. < :1c.ZUvid d PJI'1000.f 1tt f ; tri1 t. \ iraea without r ..: *, yf :1'oI'eib'ir *V vwfv w ----- W .Ia 20 00. iiz. :n.tfttV .o.l : t Inches '
detoyf ', ) I0dereca;; babtbe' : ,, 1 'J :Jf 1 tj r1e i l(I tr J =! : LignszviI. p 9L1.; ) :.
$ont directed to d1gntitctIedeSIIGC 6 cssndy&nEack :
anisinci- nc
*_ rough4sided tq:tae iiiiit r oiute i tiP n. ; = h. 'i2 .Dtr t.
!e tb wJ >.fAt.'J a4-, l'. dJ04 .ffi l i 1s f4sa .aa teGt j to : f 1rit.l1Ji&dw. .

,i a'th:u-ijr.g t.To whom. thereonatUl fc11.. g tt b Th' ..'ldiDI be '6'0.. ; Qg P .,:W, ; llt F i '.{ : .wlde.bosrIt. meaure : e;,1000.t :' t .,'a;, ; > daf_ .-Zd! tytrlt:17.:14.r.. ..., .,
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fr .. Iean tl$44f trefteen ( 1 lie\ 4ci d4 .do (
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:1 .14yoluLoF; ; T" finetr.O l that the. tbepece'Jffi; i J i&M*. feet 1i.Usk!, 1>X,'neb8 tiifc 18 Inches :4: ,do :dot'd ;dI'< E :

\ rJr..n..G..1I.T. \1' -)849.4. : ) lo I ic l AftJ?the.contTMtoTK,. on .:t l' wide. board measure, per 1000feet.' ., tic*-1 S IJ v'.iit .
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I rt: Ilztre'byagn&t furnish anddeliter!at .""h'f.W" : 1500 h zkptanktIIbIck, 17 ineb- .oDleJ. 1oi1 1t-j\ttq
.ims it4bti .j ) an gL H, 40, $. 't. ;
1InJ1ird'tizn< : f i L.I I{ 'Jri ai rl"6'IIatr; .1"i 1 -', Lp4M51UDishaU mea uceLOOObisk12lch t i 7i i..-" tf.uct .fer:" daoed. I

1 mDntalof:the advfrtisemeatfroin" .. 1t i g have brown-notinore tinan'. 'V.aG. ii _'/. lb' ch- .' '4 mi'. da, 4-i; 99f- i- *? .,clo, 3i .io E .. !?
sbewbOt.e # If t.
Eir ati 'qr Cc1struc9n J Equipment and: T4J miles from .the tMbM: pel" 11 .. Of U1 Vll 11 'Li .

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\ gentlemen atrhose) inclination :-". ::: > 1 : .l\1 : ;; \Villm5r'Mr)| mithlfdRitjr 'r : .

0AL.thse: Litaemcaiaefonrani to the{table..ami"Jf .an d'f;i ug..'' !ei'" .'" }"f"., :prot ,have nnotner.eyjueflceotheeuec s of' ,:, ;''fum'. :1 ,2taJ r..J.J.. ,aY'- 'Ji",o/.,"...-..e,. 'r.j' > :

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taU 'gentlemen too jnay be lDerT1'.1if.ho !you: wJ1InnathaL> herMntnqkresta: .. ,$hat our toiithti4;: Mr7J6siSsBooker, t OL* tU 'h. :-.. ,efbIl7o l 7rp.JU illj n J.J.1t *Q1J'\b-11 1ULT"?I l "f1 ittA.ttenUODf
c1iellld: cheer,them. t ; ia ri(1i-1' lhric1iitnti isTt ; ::
tcd ( .b"B'I1'tt 'tIau" stUll 4.&I .t.on. ,., .pi ilj i We8t4irtdie8 'Ele I0Iir\t7sr tO'ile" ibl"GhU l dt bi r.riJ nTtplgife
f/41 wedid not observe any 1t"" a. 44l. Jceft- : ry"1 hhse' 2 Tiernerara1 the 'Planta.' l vX A1jm b\in s d'l1 hbd "lra'fb 'nWatoirf&cio Iatf 7i ,
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J twed4eou reftPt..u "jm&yis.1rfii
meTT1mcn 5 : \ I1.;. t' : ;1 Dl. :rictby4iiedeathjQf Hon.James .! .VSWWWSP
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jjowmuch more ezalting to UI thus u.d to'peopleidIidaaIe CeCbtIot1r ? M4 DanubBerLefvdanki- TemlAH;:, ff PIJ09 ,\qeer14i; S17 l and inr the thirteenth Senatorial district by! 11 bltr.J< Tn 'i'\dAH f4Vi'ft! \P"Iq j jt )J"** i*&> G1 ', ', _

.co lD IUtlea an a .. to\\Bucnariwond,r :eaternroEktserof 1 and 'Henr.y were sold at tiiasame'' tlmeirbey a. thXresTgnaiion:bBoi ':?.,3andersbnlja&i:ftth'eflfteenth'SenatoriaVdrstrict'Kr anf lJbm11 "d Uft iU.'"tJdl L
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: ient'are scenes or ,quIenesS, peace :.> aissiM : '1.heAftgh3nmonnmltl. lcnt, resigns.ti a1wqa1MJ fcund O.ID tut I 'L '
godiff the Glen-'and COlt:;e 100,000 sterling t otJto ,tAl : hebod: : me t.Lii 'l siitiI&:; '
like this from those of drunkenness separate: .Rtissian.nnd/Englinh:Sen-' ; : :11"f .t', .t: ;: It
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.ap1 which but too 'often and The>:fdiir:only 1 brbuffhl'($a SSOorjee.v ,That an1elect1onbe.. held in said districts;on
and riot :tinels. 1'hi flanki the. fiUfrIBRELL S 'JpARASOJjnS
debUcbF7 4 ,, fond 'tint'f:Oc&bet'nexCfo'fllluid .
we arid ; n.1t.h. ;J-t'i. 5!i"' .t. i 11' 1 ., t ,
hi May : 750 "' '-
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grace i..j At )
p1acel u: u
itoonauY Ue to enjoy taany Oasis of4Khiva (25. ,miles, long by 50? 11.:1 Tn Tacandes.,. v. -. '# ?ARASOLflTSAND .SUN-.
I .1t. O'ere present long Glorious Fourth. -" 'wide) and:.the Aral seaT; :by ;the':wholefthCaki .A f'-. .i'f- Given under iifbaiuI'sid; the"'seal i'of _
ebrat10 .B' jl:i ic: : '1: 'fti' $
I fII jiuch. '> l'i- I the Stale of Florida.--the CapU + p 'SH'AD E S t lfij.-, 1"s.R l' .3.
I 'H'tlj\.l "' 'i ":? )
-' { sea, !including the depen- <'In.thJUl'.L :" Mr.'firew q.iut tlrfl ;; t dt4a1o ti
'has'giyen tol h"t '
: DtmUiew. / jl ; in the City Tallahassee,this oCt :
if Faufcw
'dentr.yers 4t
:CC'pd. ofPersia[ and, theng tot a counter-alatement-intended prpbably as a [s.-1.,. j 6tbd.v.of'JanIL..i' D.18.9.&I14. W ': ''.rQ u 15i

e'B ltim.oreraD of, ,the 31 insL says thUni-,:, Path- way; through Persia towards:Herat*" a : :reply.I _,,to njy .ut..4.'&toi... .'..}concerning....... < :. .him. '"of#last' : '"73d"year'of American., Indtpen. e$.Dy'qual1.G.J. B.dYf Jed ,a .a''\11'---a \.n m u br l'Irl 1". Q'n'(1p 4$
at length a sojourner in 'Let VT<)>l>lf Ti're'< *''aattention' TAU .* nioMxnMk 0nt'.4kttf\ml fvr d nce. :- ; t .,, t : r'J .M
II' England! lktoiIand4f8hedoeI 4 .. I'arasola .m.t.h',e. -' ", .4"anar"fotO".. .. a 'al1 '
: Ii
; *h1e1tnd8Xoahuthe c ififin"iotYt b. .dt
ted States and is at present recruiting from itwill: ; ,hardly'arrest her-fatejvthdt it 1tm' n t t li'iu'1i, : XiK. -0lU" ,?, \ W1Dl1l0SELEY.\)1. be AN"-1 m every' respect.f <- + ? .: :u\-- % :
at the residence of < ; out'ofhiniiaandwhIeh Attest: A Eo 3rAX\\Et.L. See. State.TALLAHASSEE ; t ul3 9 eMU I
Wipes of his voyage the present .operations'of s bt .l $ '; ..' /1 O..J 'If. J} rii1'r"t 1iil! Jt t.h'tiW j 1ift
the open: require 9itkdb'iL aln ,qon.tli pub1ic 7 '49;" p t1 dt' }
July .
$ '
recei- ,, -
jjr:rjUnltb, on Staten Island. H(?was Moldavia, and Wallachia. tandr: \He .ft "' "Jj # ( y :> r n. < '" Ih\;*-TThj!kCrA' cnik1 *!'- 5e i9sx ,e. _
much courtesy on his arrival at Quarant I was compelled nuke former charges : > '. ,.. .j: !: T 'vL' tt"tf*'- '-.. wt
Ted with march intoHungary, do not'conceal l a? my : ,, 4\m/** oo sold before tKe Court Ilausc", in- t &j
medical staff.stationed there, against tth'iⅈ nbrefur.d' cirVunastance because .1,. ; .u V.Y the Town Ja ksyhfille I'
e,hy the j jul grand movement'on:her left flank1;[that: '; '., .It. on the first
to nsweP h rWriUng :tWfaijnple t ; Monday in A'u M
civilities eed-' : gtet'next/fetweeotliensaal93
after an !interchange of pro a Jopolen could conceive d execute] .
: ., question wneiher'h hadr nWmndeTah imputation''again& 4' I ""' I .[hours of sale, the-following
the residence of his friend, 'where he was that would the .,' The' f .. i ..'. : propertyto"wit5ijnone .
d to change England, by waving tn; ractr answer to- ertainlot of kdd,With: the-atiportimances."1
riiiudbv committees from New York charged :of" a marshal's baton, into a third this would hdv&been Yes'or N6v.and'there was I ..L. ; ', .Ht'.. 1 .':., thereto b tig11igsituM msfliil Towtfof Jack* .*
for his -,. no'reason:why it could;'not havo been returned ". ,37 ': sonvlll ;hnd khown otf the .
of preparing public reception plat .rhld'i.1ToWDJJa'a. 4 k
the duty rate ..
y1t.h power. WMtinn. troll vVvl ,:rf 'ThAf'... -:--_... E .
.in.. .. .na .. a .. il I nf/tl. 1.- 'J .J ; "t. .Lot No.3in J 'ana t
landed Castle Garden A* i'** '**'- w --J' S** t'W B v- 'square'No.fi0.
in that city. He at Thtrt are .at least 100,000; Russian pening two .of;his letter?, niimittcd, and my : xee ttlvet epii.u.tnC;""!: l 'boundary line df said'lot conimehcw* oir'
jesterday.JL soldiers,,force mobile, beyond e' Caspian design. 'was to meet, all. {suspicions} as 'to ,the'extent June 26th, 1849J .',j'GE5ALOiDFii and rolis''thenieNortberly: 10ft fect o-;th8k1 J ]

great temperance meeting is to be held in I lea, that can be marched in twenty of'my: act. In Ii cowardly manner he en- .j' .* 'ai 'f : l'$ 'Southernmost/'linfe Ldt'NoJ'o, itf sdky: {'sqx ar ;i ..J

&e Tabernacle this evening,.at which he will days tb the'banks of the'Indus.'\bal' fused to given written; acknowledgements as A ,N election is hereby,ordered to be held'P N'o.10J.l1ie & :Smilherly 78'few!;:nhen eKastwiewardlyi f
to whether he had oF Had hiade ( ': .1
ode1irer an address. The New York Herald, force appear on the banks of the I Indus, not an imputation : .tl. the first' Division'of the Florida" Militia, -thencei'Sou'thwaVdly; fiTtfec ;al j' I '.
against me, and' i'was thus left 'unprotected on the first Monday,in October next,at.the pJ thence said(&jy( BtrWt324} a \;? .
and the of the British ; '
terror name to the assassin attacks of slander." feet to'the bonndeiwon .
4aji: My only -, ces appointed by law for the election of County place of'beginning)>Bmg .
I'We visited the good man yesterday; and will be as a thing lost upon earth. All means of meeting this was to publish his conduct Officers, for Major 'General to command saidDiVisiou. the.Norrliby K t"No.0aforcsaaJaiid? bjsvi If t :

hough he looked well after.his'voyage, there Indii, from Ceylon to Cahul, and from I in refusing' my'request. ". i to" fill the'Y aiicy'occasioned. by .the j portion said J t;rr .:3/6n'the'! East'by'a*porW. .1
decided change in his general In reply to this Mr. lirew addresses the Public tion(rsaidlotNb.3'on'theSofutU'by: .
qru I appearance Bombay to Bootan would rise in arms, resignation of Gen. William Bailey,. Bay !, .:. '
troll the time that we saw him in Ireland, a and the British exist. in' a long rambling 'ount r. t tement, evading And an .election is,hereby ordered'(b be'held and on the West by jirportion of said' lot No3. 1, .
few 1 ears ago-not so great a change, however power cease to the point at issue.between us.:but'substan-' in the ond Division'of the Florida Militia' n'the' Said property letied. on,to satisfy two to fay Is*"? =! 1..j
n we were led to expect from what we haI.keard. I England without India would sink'to tially admitting the truth of my'represcn. atipns. -' first Monday of October next at'the places sued from the' Circuit Court for Duval country& .t: f '

His face is still'ruddy and beams as it I. the level of Naples with no nation so He'owes that be didhave' a'conversation appointed by 1awfor. the election of County Officer Judgements of foreclosure obtainfediit the Miy :1;1
did, with benevolence. IDs hair is turned do with a third rerson,.that he did make. an' TernTtherepfpnein7favorofJohn-S/rSammi -- It ,JL
ever poor as to her reverence.: I ?, for Major General to Command said Di j JI
from ajet black to a dark grey. He has less actfritj Take Care John Bull lestthe soliloquy allusion' to me,-and that he'did refuse to giver ,'t fill the"vacancy occasioned by the res-. I and the oihe1"'ln-taT'Ol"-6rSidfu,'WanttiDghlm H
,and his step has lost much of its elasti i- me a written answer to my question as to the ign.ition of Gen. James,G.Cooper. ": both against George D.'Millcr.-. :t f J iiB.fl .. :
Ij' bat this may be partly accounted for by the of Cardinal Wolsey be applicable nature of thnt'allusion. In that question I did Officers commanding' Brigaded;, "Regiments' 'PIT /\.\fO 3.Liil>WlJLUyO .". .s 4. >J;

fact of his frame not having yet got rid of the to 'you- not ask him to say whether' he" hud,or,not accused Battalliona.! and Companies'. within the tate Sheriff of Duval county *A. .' t

onotioa of the vessel. "Farewell," &c me of opening two of his l letters,-I acknowledged -. are, hereby required to carry into effect this order Jacksonville, June 30. ,a.84 9. .tda1 t. I' :. y :. :'
liThe most remarkable change is in his voice having ,done so,'but whether.he within the limits of their '-.-' .1_ .'p ''
The condition and the : respective com -- '
it is subdued and faltering, and wants the. en- England po had or not made an imputation injurious to my mands., and make returns according law: Shcrill's S de.. ,.n :"t ;> ; :. .
rgj of tone it once possessed. It must, how- suion of Russia may be .compared to character. He now simply says that he'alludedto W. D. MOSELET. be sold bufurctbo Court House door, : i

.erer. be recollected, that Father Mathew' is the fish-hawk' and the eagle : the eagle "facts," and. us leaves Uu bole matter nit July, '49. .t1 t 'WILL in ho Town'r\J cbonvill .ton.thao P 4 ; <
DOW 59 years of age and has scarcely yet recov- perched upon a height, from which he was before, on the ground apparently, that first %loriJay of August'rrextt between the iistfal '; .

ered from a severe attack on his nervous system. can descend at any time, upon the one of ray notes was delivered by' a '.-boy}:.>(unj'. Jacksonville Female InstitHtctFirinE hours of sale, the following property,1p"'Witi- : 11 if.
Seventy years ago he would be taken for and the the other'"inthe evening. 'Committee.of: Direction_ have adopted 5 Slaves 'TenTaged about; 25 yearsv'Airiy- .. t3:
nun ot 40 years of age. He has one feature hawk compel relinquishmentof With his explanation to Col.Pons,I have nothing A the following regulation. bout! 12, John, 7, Louisa,. aBd-Thomai.a.-r; v \
: IDch1uged-his clear blue eye still undimmed. her'prey.. to do further than to show, from it, his talent ,Tho scholastic'year is to;consist of four termsof Levied' ofonas' .tire:property t.J08b JUok- ".

meals the bright intelligence within. He ex Theie is plenty of study in the way for shuffling. He,told, leiutin,that eleven weeKS each. man, deceased; and .pointed out bytWilliamjUickman I'flif i

pre I shimel.'as delighted with the country and of European and Asiatic politics just the "cause of bis removal was th.t he "was a Orthography, reading writing and ''arithme ,'one of the Executors of said.deceased, v<

j ii iceaery. He is particularly pleased with the about this time and be extendedinto zealous Democrat, Awhile his successor wai a tic per term, $4,00.; The above 'with' English 'to satisfy fie fa. issued,from.the Circuit Coarib .
tie*of the bay,between Long Island and Staten may staunch Whig. Let us apply this explanation grnmml\rand Geography, per term$ .OO. The of Duval county, wierein'.Wm.Bailey,administrator ,
blind,as seen from Mr. Nesmith's house and the dog days. to the editorial paragraph of the Republican above with'the higher braucbelOf* EnglisheducationembracingAlgebraGeometryHistpry de bonia AOQof John Ballance,dee, ia tha t
compared it to the Lakes of Killarney." Yours 'with respect, "It is not too late now,if our opponents are sensitive ; ':Plaintiff,' and 'Be j min 'kPutnAmi ..Williaia"Hickmantlsabk '* .

WM. H. CHASE, Maj. of Engineers. about the matter to ascertain that ,will natural,.,mental.and.moral Phijosphy Botany, D. Hart, Ex ci'torsf-Jusb4, '
. LntrM Irena KnrpeENGLAND. 9 1849. and whether' that removal has been.made for cdzcseJ ChemUtry eolojrAltro omlR hetoric,Logic Hickman,, deceased Defendants. iat .4-K ,,
Chasefidd near PensacolatJunt
; The idea of threatening the Democratic party and,Evidences ,Christianity, per term $6,00-: 'THOMAS LEDW1TH,, 1'
Thecholem had again appeared in England with proof that Mr. Pons was a zealous Democrat Sheriff of Duval .
Each, ,Quarter to be, .baid. to the Treasurer in ad- jcounty.Jacksonville ,
oil at P ris it was nukiug most frightful havoc, AWFUL FATALITY IN Loursi cNA.-Ve is an absurdity which can only have been vance.-. June.30, 1849.v ,4. '.'-tdt '
upwards of eleven thousand deaths having been concieved by a,man willing .to make any explanation The scbolars will be under"he careful instruction ------
have been favored by a friend with the '
already occasioned by it, and in one day 900 of a vague charge, blindly made. against -. otanexperlenced.lemale' teacher. -
new cases and 600 deaths were reported.Mirshal .- following extract of a letier receive4. in the reputation another., "I Provision,has, been made for instruction'in To -Ml ,to nhon theu#. Presentt.tkal *'mt, ,

Bugcaud anti stver.xl other persons of Baltimore from Louisiana, which shows 'shall not enter' into any argument with Mr. Latin.French,Painting and Drawing,' and" Music Greetingt s*'Mfcg.j. .oaur s 1.f1 .'
eminence have fallen victims to the scourge.The an alarming destruction. the slavesin Drew, to prove my honesty intention''in open for which additional charges will be made. WHEREAS Lawrence Ry n ka$applied Id V i1
cholera is also raging fearfully in Silesia, that SateI"Parishof ing letters addressed to him.. I have'publicly The first term commences.on the 8th pfOctobernext. Letters diaaiissoiy froin* the;'Estate : .'

Yietmn Fetcufturf, and Alexandria and Cairo/ declaredthat 1 did so from a 'mistake, and the ,' . of George Churchlt .;
ia Egypt Ascension, June 18, 1849' denial of this by any'one will be met in another Applic tions'for..admission" are to be. made' to persons interested are .hereby ,flotifiedfp\fild ". ; ...
The Brit k Government repudiates all sanction The cholera is sweeping oft' the black manner. But he has adduced a new fact whichI he Committee. of Direction.i their 'objections,:if' "ny', they have, to the issuing

of the proceedings Qt the French Government population in great numbers. For in. also admit,-that r retained one of his letters CoMiaTTJSK, OF DIRECTION of said Letters sixmonths i after date,other .. 4

ae.iingt aote.S stance. Dr. Duffel has lost 7 nenroes. a few days I putit. with' dozen. others in my i, J.M.DiIELJ' wise said Lawrence Ryan wiH ."be" discharged **,
Parliament is engaged in debating th e Canadian pocket,intending to send it to his house, as he- ,, Dr.H.'HOLLAND, by virtue of&ese|Mreents. .". J _. .__ i.
Losses Bill,and it kw occasioned much excitement M. Le Blanc 4, Trist 20, Kenner 34, lived next door myself but forgot, 'imme- ''. .A.3LBEED Witness;ciy name andjseal of office 4L
Mr.Gladstone has warmly opposedthe Doile 40. Minor, opposite this place diately. It seems'much'more accordant with TREASURER.' : [ S. ,this25th, June, A. Do t849"J.L umWILLtAr'F. r t'A ;

bill: and Lord John Russell, in reply to some has lost 66 within a week. These are reason to suppose'that. my political enemies Rev. SWART* Clt' UTRlIaj'. *

I tlYis remarks, characterised them as .injudicious Lafourche, Col. Bibb has lost 74 Bish- would avail themselves mistake which they .Jacksonville! July"7, 9.'Dlall''ArrangeiBent.. '. ,'u e..e, ..r' N1.- t hLy(1. ll, ij :
'y "
't ""
and calculated w the rioters could dis ,49.-Gia r ,.
I encourage use against me by exaggeration by n.'wV .
: ..r.-"I.U. !
Polk 64 and Ir
op (Episcopalian) many '
in Canada. insinuation' '
: tortion-by cowardly behind my : j -.
... "
Smith O'Brien denies the legality of the others in proportion. The victims haveno back and denial to my face,.thah that= should The, Northern\lati arrives" every'Sunday 1.l' "'( 'I A 1'i. ''I.. -IS.rators.'tNn 2-' a_'. \ ..f .!i1.i..,a.e.? WiU.t 2 :

action: of the Government in commuting his sentence premonitory symptoms. They arc have,the idiocy to open intentionally! while. acting Wednesday by three ,o'clock l 1.1Mandc1oaes 'f&UOFREALESt'.ATB.. ; djy S j
to transportation. taken with weakness in> the and as deputy-postmaster lettersjbf a rival. and at 7 o'clock. .
a legs, on Tuesday .Friday mornings :." lp u4 to theII'M.ikiii'Maysth1o 'If
The potato rot has again made its appearance in hours dead! editor' ,and after retaining them as long as I saw The Southern Mail arrives"'Monday'andTuesdaynigbtsj :.
two they They '
are URsmn11t.1n; ,
ia Ireland. fit, coolly return them to hini in person. In alluding and closes-on Sunday,and Wednesday t4 'lto&. gt fii :

The bill for the abrogation of the Navigation have neither diarrhoea nor vomiting. lost the fact that Mr. Drew,had mornings at 11 o'clock. .. \ ( / ..ibate of DuaLCo, ty"of.tlUsric1ate-riiJ\ .
., law has passed the House of Lords without It is awful to see how they drop downin opened 'two'of my letters,I did not intend to, The,Western Mail is- dueon. Tuesdayand otTer for'sal ;t 3iblic, Auction t, op the Gist c

material amendment,md has received the Boy the field: at one time perfectly well offset them, us be says against my mistake.,I Friday mornings,by. ,7 o'clock.. 4,closes Jon Mpndin Apifl )iex t ensu n n 'the>nSbnl '
il unction. It into effect on the 1st of It was merely to show how naturally that mistake -, I at ii o'clock. hours StretiiPs sale t J.'followini.a ibi. : '
and hearty, and by the time they are Sunday .Wednesday mornings *
I : .real of Eliza JtC'n l
January next. was committed. That convenient memory T he Mail, (romNassauoutti1ouae arriTes .estate tou dqcea edhundted \
carried lathe house they 'are no more. tfea '(i3t}('icr vH
Thirty soror1essjCuated
FRANCE.Oa whiCh'recollected' every' circumstance against' on -jerl.Tuesday afternoon; Lnt closes oh Sun. I ] Land, VM
Wednesday, the 13th, an incipient insur- Every morning there are a number reported me, but was,actually ''taxed" to recall the fact day.morning at 11 ''cl ckv, i I ojajthe StJ'Jbhios RiveiynflM '. 1 ."
ftcfwn was detected in Paris. About 25.000 of dead on the different plantations. of his havi g committed the some mi take,- MARK BUTTS Postwuter.,7'.. val County,find onnddd oitheSouth"ithdt *
followers of the Mountain Party were en- This morning there were three at llcCall's seems to have, proved treacherous and owned Jacksonville,Ju 1t'49 .* by tJrtids.;;or'i'EleanbrJ( I7Crichton.L' V r6ist. ". ,
Pged in it, headed by M. Elllege Arago but it rather too much ''He'h s'"Uutl d to'a thin! letter : ., JoKns River North,and"EasVbyXlind/oifX 1 I 2? ..

) promptly suppressed by the ,troops. The one at Dr. Duffel's, and' eightout to which I made no reference.,. But. there Eaitrra. Jiidielttt' Clreall-CtrraU. C.nrtmf Vin:'cidl.NW1h'ti ran' CharlcaByrne .. rtole number of the insurrectionists was SUP'PBe4to of twelve fat Dr. ,Brunner's. I will are1 two 'other 'One is addressed me by : St. ...& ". ", the. sasi; Veing bne eignth6f'a; ) :+:tracf. Vd f \

be 70,000. Several attempts were no more on' this subject it is too name, and the other as editor of the .uNews," Peter Beiiot. Admtnik'rrator'tfrf \ lan.T,oipnwJ; .tiy'the'1iteJoh: U "I.f/Clr say
> ', : < l lJacksorivil
. **U to rr.:t barricades during the evening,'butfleyIere awful ,to dwell!1 upon. As yet,.no white 'the"latter being' the one" which lie received frqnf' Fr&iicfsP"8 ; ,'e 't' H i "A: S"Jr't"TvtIde""bnd r'fl, J J". ":.sit'-ii:" 'fiit:; tie'i j 6utT' ( '
invariably frustrated by tke promp- ,St.. Augustine in an enclosure himself.The .nr. !t.f\"tU at *I'Int'CJtaUC I7.Be1 rI1 K',. l1e SiUataowuw .
ttile of the military nutl riti. The 'Assemty persons,have been affected on the coast whole tiis is 'now'Before the' nblk- ..A,:Putnam1Ext'cutor ;Oef' : 'I ; sold 1 a'.pajment(f klebts pf eceased. f :

declared itself en permanence, and passed a What are they to think of a man who:evjKJcs'allmeans ,{, ;Peter'Mitch elj'et al:>, 'J.i .t' .A1E lSDER'CR1{ItTO :IH
1tedecIaring Paris to be in a state of' siege. BOSTON, June 26,1847.The of giving'satisfatfion: "for atf'itijary'Soneto tXTHEREA8rib1. .O .daI11 'Ac1;J""t 9rEliiiJICzjditoni; .' i %I ;

. n Thursday, the alarm had onsiderably auf another. What are they to think of arman \ ".f".a the,13th day of June,. 1849,.the .
Hand business which was enti lY'8uspenlheda1prerious Fire :'in the Forest,-immense who objects"answering"a pr per; request on the was appointed take and tate among ,!Feb.\24J"." ; .\y rt .O tT -' i I : ,

1 4a was very generally renewAt .Destruction oj'P ptrtv.-We l Have St. ground that one of my noteswaidOlied, by a other things an'accout; cUbe I tawjugby J:7jT aTeplispostponed! to the First '

. \ one time the peril was imminent that there John papers of yesterday, by which,,xve .'boy,"and the bther"in therening." What are the Estate of feter Mi tchel,.deceAaed \, v, i,.Monday in May next. Dpr7. -: '
foaUbe a repetition of the terrible scenes.conyjA 'I l learn' that the l large fires in the woods they to'think of a man whose convenient memory ,Now, therefore, in putsuaniciofsaid9rdr, !.. flbqabove8ahis,'i "p u. 1I0 .1.rT ) .'i-A'1'1 ...' ..... '. : .
witk the insurrection of last July. The : should'recall'the slightest incident''in"relationto Notice hereby gi tn; to all persons claiming : } po .P .,,< '

. '. commeneed in a demonstration: .''the weire,ranging withjunabated violence. opening# two-of his! letters,'but'which''had be 'Creditors thejEstate. of..t'hesai4Peter. !Jlond'l1lnJpln! ; r1fJtlht' f! ,.junea.

.S : tofthe Red Republicans,which'was got' up A letter from St Andrews; June 19tb, 'actually to be Utax d"ln, order to.teminel him Mitchel,deed,to produce their CLumsond make Admll1strfitq. 4 : '- > '

i. 11 I pretext Numerous arrests have taken. says that the whole village at New that he had,cpmmitted a similar'mistake v in proof thereof}before.'matmyj office,Jn 1&h+ ;1uL

,S ac;Including several members of the Assem- 'River; including Messrs.Fry & Farri.ham'r.extensive'aaw opening three of Inih .* I shall write no more SU Aagustine/on'or before.tjiethjlay :SIX MONTHS afterdate I sh'ajrpmentTiay: j'
r vM.. Arago andLedrn'Roll in'being among 'destroyed about this subject:having determined to look of Octoberieandithatinefau1 thereof, :, a9CO n and .vouchers ta.t28.i849r" lwprJh. ,
had been
, i &Uber. The latest accounts represent Par.L mill, upon the cowardly insinuator, of nde'rt .as theyr will be precluded,ftbeen. fij9(,.flheDecreeto .; geo gF9 f ;. e t3 )1 "c1 '.. '

. L to be entirely tranquil ,by. the &aging1ernentt9gather: upon an ssasejoj/xs upon one_.wb o bas/orfeited be madetberen. .-r :7 '" ,j"kIJ-r1 t' sballbeqpply asAdraimatratbr for A l dichjrgeiin44fr. ,

I 1tl reported that th City Bheims Is in full with )large,quantities, .lumber. More all claims to be treated. ..alan', member. ..m' '\Ijp.uULu4i,2 9> o.m Wi c ,' IOt. .q .' ;
1 = 1* ",% Syecial'Mizzle,'. William .Q.;-ThomaX deceased f. nptiqa; ,is '
? Red !
rectiou. and that it has established a than 100 persons were obliged to fly to ofaociety. t. hereby given .to all,'W that : '
.wic!a Government. the'beach for safety. The fire isnow V, :. .AUGUSTUS. 0 ,9GILLETT.t June.30, 1849;,,\tt } tr 'L is t49'.,. lshall lft.. i i>rajthit- a OTttitjmay.Mtfwr,durfributun.ofxiul: "Eg* : '
t L? tae Socialist and Rod Republican jourwParis ,. = .:' n" o- &te, ni'd' Il rii ir ,
and other 'tV.ilr'.h. .
both ,
1 bursting out on i.iJ staIacie:: County Tax'Collector's ... d i. I. apd..Ptl'I.I "
the :
\ Irell
have been suppressed except 'i .' Caitorn Judicial'Clrt -!!. nrtIn 1 ThoIUUL, .e. ,.tue
:1 a. saw .mills have1 tTalI y ,to: the SALE. '. .- .,'Ff' ..81 ... lCl lftj .'ilt" J" ..,.wl.j.tI..4.7"J. : ..4 oia:" '.\ r'l u.q1 t. ,.,"..anomL\l- 'a '

3 j ITALY. ilftmp.JI.Eyen__.__-_ _n ,Robbinstown.__ __ where BY virtue of the power,vested in me by law, Joseph M. Hernandez, .(A inistratorprniX'.Thoma& T : /
. k lloIi'Rome we learn that the French army eight large ships are building i is in great : {hive.leyied'uponJanxI will expose fcf .0r.Rqb.ert H' 1;Executor"l'( ti .'I t J ..le.'rd _""6n>. i]

S menceiI an attack on the 30th of May and of destroyed. 'The f destruction sale at Fort Pierce,'(there being no Court House .- VS..." xv ) Chancery ,
4n which the danger : in the' of St.' in the county pf StLucIe'Floridapn.Mondayithe22d WhippleAldrich Administrator i ; 'tii 'i' r"1ln .!II41c-r" 4
:, ; joinary engagement, ; ; t 1s county: lci.el) Jt [. ,. :
I ,of farmhouse*, gram, &c.y "A t' f cs" .LI.ll.J". "' : '
-lost eight hndredmen they succeeded : .day of Octo- &.0f shearman,1: t'iI' J ; D .yf bs'hq'.toj r t nn.ex' P 4
,I'S. tl JT'/iag several important st8.' A series.1&k very gre t. ,. |wrVA/p 'l849rbe'tween'th'eyusi isale'thefollowirig h ars. of ) Order.duly entered on !1i c tin'iinfsl n SCh "f y (I'L ,
e _. .. '.' Jf ,, '. ;"or V V the 13th day of June-1840, the.nnder- : i j
:S..i t': t followed in which thead'antagesa '- ; ; described.Jtraci li I'des1f ii t 'r i i4 e mmwJaUnd; : ,
eies j "
:Lt4 by both parties,but in'which. 'the lava.. NEW OHLEANS, July 4.5,- a.- .. so'much th'ereofj'as. will pay th B'State and Cqu signed was appointed,to take and:state, among 'C r'wisl t45ak1' charge of AcjidenivferXonng'J .
" t :*"ay aas suffered most. The French' 'pa- 'ty Taies,3 assessedIHereon-Ib r.jttt !ryear ,1 847 other things, an account of the debts.owing by > ; 'of isofcae'fiealthy"piesani .
f ;hi.'& eonicting acoosntshichWre Col Duncan, Jnsp ectpr,4Gene(lSqfthe and 1848, unless the taxes there6nindthostsj the Estate of-Robert McHirdyiJecea8ed: i.,0NowH .D.ItWhich..l ; *

) :'e4..p to hmt, It is clear however, .Army, died y.esterayinMbi J | ? > :'Ire'pa l before' th&day of S\let' K'i4U' Ii-; t ere'qr7 inpursuancp.ofi sai4Prde.r, will be ginn bei.tJ. stablihcbooIforYoang encouragement t4; C ; |

Oudinot had not then; gained access, ',' The Cotton Corn f rl1ol.SugucroP.8. land'containing 3,600. acres of land{lyingf and i Notict u.tterebygiveiy to all persons claiming to Ladies, in 'which.irill, .be anght all the Bran*', U ( i
)1'- .r,1ff. !'" There is no appearance.whatever .veVe'quite" "pf onisibg1 throu. b 6urTei, being il'the'snid' county bf $t 'Lucisy1 called i"Marritt'&Islaijd .be Creditors ot\the Estate;of ibe'.said,Robert hes of a"_complete'EducaUon !tdgether JritHshFwnch ; 2 .: I
og on the of the Romans. 'Jt 1"Ir ', ,".! sitnatca'-'rieaTr Ca ejCanaveraV Mcllardy :
part : ;fr "J r- I' fl J "Yi. t' P luntJ g; lae1'1.&c. %( f
Ii m. P'I 'rJ
as. ,..-. v ? fJ } iithe'River YsVrlnillan Kivpr{;:iintei, make proof thcreof.before me,'at..njy Office,!in ,. :
: GEaMANY I erences, as regardsher._ sucoess.. and._ capability., ;
- porteJ&dindian's
I Cholera it : SDiih'ish'Oovernmentjfthe : .theCi'y of l8t'Au2USUJ1enHor.bJfo" *> tit 4
/The .,, .waJ.r to 1)onJuan McIntosh'bTthe ; -- *
' .is ,. .. .,. '
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la General .MchiILncjisj4ngth
c haiIiinedpi'oclaina.jOflie the Camaecb ; : iath'. lnYth'e ykz1893h add.riieazurel .day.of OCtober J1eir..and thut ia Dcfulttherfvf (
informs -broke out; mbng ; engigehersei.i 9.1Mo can give the abovodres3 1
is lIu : ithich'he 'tdl'J'
aHans in
: ., frorn'jhQrbncfif
and J J'McIntosh byjGFeb.J'FrClark ; they, U\be,precluded !
ifthey do notinbmtl| '$1dIydnrJ 'and'ih yi.were fly trig In every'dir tion" \ t, : 1f9 1.t bP. 1. :
; t frt. ." ,"; the pecmber\8i7 itiUbe the Decree tb be made therein. r J hZ t I Muo 'tthr dy\ni'iN ?
;they must tikethe e iequences.- 'p aitrilie : .., seen the thereof;\wLlch.' i lLtUMA.cU, 9 SS .
; ,.I __;!t_ ff ,,by plat and/surveyJ 1 ..5"v hrt'} fHilt tit lJ r stt.o % I '
0 }'TiT i I atPestbyand has been/re- : -"r ,: ,: t 41tL. : ,( 'sAideOOcounty.tJJohnHMcIntosb.; acres:lore'agsesaed''I i'>laid!SLXiude fU bi a.! ntIl 1ft. i m :. fl't. .,. ,*rf* tf .9" 't ..4"4S.eRAUWS ; !
f" '
Ii *1 t5"f *: 1 -* .b--bR.9bi' f
: k the capital1 i : .4 f ?the.RepnV. : *'rjAe Gold $ollar.Threeiun4red! ,, I _i*, i_i : u'Q"a.ot, 94t. ,. .'. t4oct' t 'msMJ' v'lBBtPLUR'ID fis. i '

Jr Jde 'and' tjiousandfviite huii4ri45rUd1ii ,'Amount llae for Taxes:for:1817,i% $22.27"" .. ;";... -r' .' < ..1 ;t r / :blj.M A.3I.BEED., 1
ftff 3nJliJ. sixty : n .IiI.A' S: .
now "
stmgzleMs '
a/evolutionary. ; , ;zIe.iiIA2b* .; : L
t't:f' qa. : ; 4f :
i-l 1 have been cbliicoifi .- ;. .26.13j ,. .
10 -* *- M ) 'rty-nine! gold.doHars !G. tt\ [.FNEBUOGY'_ :'aad: HARNESS.triJen. ,JV .--- 'IU'd II k-" 8r '

: cPziA.4e.r PS41i i ttJ r16.ta. e ed. nttbint1i'Phirdelph18} ,.up the ..t1r'tt trft. OJIi.1BRAY'lON. -. ow"' "Rlwte-.''.".'-,.'.,''".-'' ,' ''J' !-.-''*' T'r.5il /rtCNS.- r wt.lI1.g1..ndtd bI..bama !
r:*sil4iarwyofthe_ : KWa '.nnd.f' f'Baden'jCT :i ;.Ii. 't.,1}.1,be JIJ .. J S.'YF Y.i\\j pr Tat'Collector tntd ltlso'J\&. Loucie Co 1"'$%%$&$ '' 1:9oPEaJacknrniune'184Lv : "I JOfu df 4 1RY'fOi. ;

S.a I.J il'Tbo J ;. ore bcautv ond conveniences'filrrfri'ir f: uly''14 '184 ..****$ Tt., "),Uosttf":; ) 4& '.1 .D ff. .h 1ttrl.1i.A-\M'' ,.
admired fpr it > .
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: : nts TlTESSRS. Trrvrf**'* *r.f/V. KnvA.v0maV6d % ; .

.' ; : s : : t 1M# t .. ; 1I to the fcg J # : f .
.4 a r c.pp .v
building(or melajedb7 the United State, ViottsJIb
.: : :
known \hv2G Vernin
: as >flit 3uilding. it
: : L1 ] : L1r1I gh alghti4o
+IP4 I .,. .. .- have w1ded\te1ratocl7:the late arrival -
r ; *. + ''. .TW5STITUTINWJ.LL'13 I OENEDOi& '- from New York assortment of Dry Goods. li ;v :
:) .-.'f &-
Groceries Hardware .Provisions &o &c.
4 I k ..-' Occupy
.IQJacksonville, East Ka. a which$thejiiaw pcepareoblo jaelloitlriducecattbe W9 .1.1ztlcsie LI*4 In ,tiu cnt ,

t ::2' '1 b'l ?:;&&& rooms will be-fitted ipfQIhC ac-j p rce.f There, :1 1k fjr gjtf &i _11 Thtj L* *

'1 cominoaalipn of young Laos and Aliases, where, nowprcpare4tO pnxchftPottOflS; 1o 4rtck o & 1 &Mj # 'f-t I IWot P II 1 'GRE4T
4e: .1f they will, bV instructedin the Elementaryandbioner h ides, andshher prbduqeo hecpuutry, : _
I ihe$ jarketj xates, and wao,casix a4vane5n )
tj1 .branches,of anL English jmd.vdassical; ) &
:, Education, and young men iI1bcfitted. -Jar, Co sIZum nttor ther.-Ithn4 inSva1iWid iba1Y .: t 'itt a ceor

t1()&' 4 College 6r,for professional life in the Latin,and, CbaresfoiiLo ew York ; ft.They ANDS-'fef Packages diffethlriff''desirable5 j"C dh'-i ore

Greekclaasiesand in Philosophical and 1uiA a 4 1hetherth4 fr ltti.

NA ': Mathematical. sciences. Ploughs winch they,wull.respectfully..callthelattlenlbn'of.Planters p jtjbaue pcc4yjrdtm
.v rfl.A FOREIGN arid Ills
t7ft4 rzt *. t fri the'linel 8
PtW' 1b Arrang meist.. -' Jacksbriville, Nov. 6, 1846. 8 >& .w'y., DOMESTIO414 *siM4ta ? BVMIWf vI Phyiciatu and is t1ireuWo anexteniihhiscl -* bothing ,C4fl'e! fliers 'jt1,,

Tax YEAR will be divided into fourquarters,,, u a rtvtf wMfitffire fl'ff redtforAxIftlfoi'cash oi ] eurijj Ltw7pr

tA1 a' .of about ISTWeeks each, with intervening Vaca-- -5.. : 3. :: 4 i ti rdltJ tliLO W.ESTPRICM ate TbeW1I1 ar. .

'v4!' '1 ; ...3 i1on* The day will have two sessions;the first,; JL3p :M.- tREE *-r f'tJFAS by'th 4Jflc r1E1 I,5; seen itlfsHluiary jffcyiicupomDthf rif*need"BO, at ovuo Oecor' i v .j. .oo "Mvt-mgBUBQty >ft |!fataTr Y

.I : frmtO123I4ftfldth i second, from 3 to 5 P.;! 'constantly'Vnhanol'a: well assorted fartber.gvid.ence.p.fIts'g'pa&ntafo, T> >ealth eiobu8tlfuflk tl 3*

: ) Mb Weda day'morninge will be appointed'to, LM-rfA.; i- :4*,*. t"L -- -, 'I. 4(p ..J of thousands has, been pcrfeetly rjHtor by- z iJPjViencq.. ''It inetately. couaSSS
rc.iIftEI n" exercises in English and declama -it ( Alt iwe fi:A alnpryaay, nervclessipess of.the ferifale'Ki
composition1 ) J 4mnd this medicine >hpn..all oiher'Vonediies imve
t for our sales .
i wn
o em are got 'L
i Groceries.ProvisionsDryGoods many up a i'fnIled.qfsOpe1at1O1 -
tion. '
i A *
'- jr.-* 3J.* 4.andno't'tqbo t is rioF )lto-suspendj

..''. : After the first term, nc pupil will be received, J9aJraarS-Crcker &c., ,yiz ; 4 found fri 11 r1eCte4 Tomii,; j L 4hediseasef'; mebu1tO. pprffeiti 'iw -. j ielicale: ; .
T&L:; except at or neor the beginning of the session
restoiOftOPflt1flUd, eflh
Superfine Flour, in bbls and bbls j ., c lay tWdayW'y ,2 emai pcre .
4 and no pupil for less than one term
?$ A small Treatise on the "cis 8 ?( tjDeflt
1 Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; z mi Tad d :.
"Trillion. horns, Bacon, Pore, PM B Pickled, Tongues*; L' hLI1t1J1he r and cure offevr znd ague nd of

: 3 ;: c Beading,Writing and ArithmeticVi6,00; Mackerel, Codnsh5altj Rice; 3 \ I tiid jiiictj ., 'tlic nfl.c'J a4tbqgal... '
? .
fiT; Higher English studies. : 8,00! Goshen Butter7\Xard, Ch'eese, White Beans! 'we staW, tbat tie value of' r ur usual stock o u; % sufferiitoatlnlzallyu

lr_ : I;; i 9 t Philosophical and Classical studies, .10,00 I Irish Potatoes?;* : : *jj ( tlxis ONK A TJicLEiiai leas twjce rtb.e Vjaliie.* a.of- jrt jfficuhieihATj '

r :; '. : ; vUne half the price tuition,according to the Sperm Oil, Cnd1es; the entire: tpcK of'dry goods usually ieptby6urlargest gTesp t 4ic!

:; ttuDres pursued, will be expected in advance,: Green and BlackTeaj and Java Coffee; '. wh'blesale I jbbbers..5TMs: : tact Jto- efficacy of this'medicine cm be seen-on appU p hearing it recommended vt for cr
v and the balance at the end of each term. Musotvado Sugar, N.Molasses; ether witi the' f&cL th 6uririeMystind(} our "c ti iitb M''Stt Jr:: ?i snc caIei'gTeme1ZshQd

ti': ; BpaM'will be provided in'Town at reaisoriable Stuart's Refined Loa /'Crhed, and Pulverised attWtipnjinstea.d'Jf1beiigdiyidedarii Wiii' J31 : f

E rates'per month, for Pupils from the'coun Sugar raViefofarticles> to Agents for JacteonvtiUJack8onvillcFeb..24lS49r kV1CiJi1ZJ!

312c4: ,' b: try; and Parents and Guardiah'Si'who'may desire Brandy,!kum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpeng _iiriirrenderttlie advarifagesiw ilch'wecari'offero Cm..a,4. **

:444' L' fr: to avail themselves of the facilities of this tine; dealers'perfwtly pbvious j''bur b h ---- '.: .- :. -- ; --. : rateful v fbr.lhe.benefits"Aff lirtifcii
I 9 ,? Institution for the education of their children sEVr rS?
r London Porter, Port,Madeira, andChampagne care that.'none'who visit our establishment. gjgw4 L. leasure itf thilsnac"knb
:e and others be assured thatrno 'exertion Iea'gin'y&$\
may Wine ihatt
; 'I meet wiih'ahy disappolntiierit.: \ fo-t
? wt m'etiibtit flrI
V.? AjZ t' will be spared to ensure the health,comfort and L Cordials; Confectionary, Preserves, &c., .Ou assortment Js complete all 'seasons of: ) 4 4S1i :3 )j7W4 J1OQaEJcor pdblI Of Qrari
: 1 in knowledge of all who be ""'" > kidi.'
progress may ; AJ Complete Assortment of Dry Goods- the year -----KEE PSONt"IiBE -j-j'P."S 5
zirf ,4 F '. > ; t six eAlhapyrA .1844 ,
f' 4. entrusted to the care of the Principal. ,
Calicos Bonnet Bi'F.'LEE a 7czIs.
: Ginghams, Muslins, arid Taffeta formerly'.bf the ,-[ofXord jeridr"toany d 1see'4iiho t TO MOTHERS
p Principal :Ribbons ; &Xee'sland late ANJ>
; partneroftheprj- HK
: 'I 1v: N. B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to! Sheetings Shirting bleach'dand r unblcach'dlrishlinenDiaper gmnafirmu:6; : *Lee Bx. wster;frbmtwhicKcbri 'voizitinEiihfrginI; j Sickening o tKKKiafing thepa a This Extra tQfazsarjl ffiffi] -
; + ad th
:: .' i provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen and .jWf tient, adisprticu1ar1y pte&tor l.-repared' feo .
Bishop's Long Lawn ectioahe thdiewjspme'tmeed hIr i i
; ded. ; .. 1wpI.c14v :
.[Republican copy.] Cambrics. fiL : temaleVBo-Tias-rwison to
Jaconet Swiss and ieSS
crossbar Muslins: : business 'in' 6n ectiiiwith & strptose
;. : .ft .May 19,1S49/ 'tff GlOves ; The great beau ty.and superiority pUbis Sar preaching that
: b Si Hosiery, Hdkfs, Su pendersj; JudsohVariof.; assures iiratliaVthwiie r v u> Jsii'1'x-xi it *uWi: t 'edies'i'i WoL:.2 rUii4peTiojtyvthS waftlX
p Tickings. Linen and Cotton i *-" **-- should neglect to .take itcs it r5
p Tax collector's Notice. Osriaburg; pbricernt11' :i. t,' di 1di hf 1&ajith' U is A rur
Wine white and brown Linen Drill for uuejtuxeof1ife.
pants, ,
3 ,. : fllHE UNDERSIGNED Tax Assessor jind I &c., &c, &c guished the otitwo. lwufe8 ,to,which -' 3bodcthsnnptIon'c red, O .

,q :. '4. -of Jl Florida, Collector for the County of.Duval, State Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton,in steel longed. '1 ./U! TJune 25,1847. 2y j consumption cleanse-and-strengthen 4aii-.bcuretl, This- ; / d !ad fi.
; hereby gives notice that he willatitend and whale bone frames; *! ira11lirIisitk

; at the following times and places, for the Hdidrcurefr Cutlery-Knives Scissors- Razors 1Iitfl factUifs' 'Supply, Store bronochitis* consumption, liver jComplajnt,| l
; ; .
q1-:4: 1' : purpose of collect jng the Revenue the State Nails'Hinges' Butts, Knives and Forks, Spoons, ',. .coldscoughs'5 fifi 4n M>l% .stbtxma, Spita 1 :icomaoo1d31thbyqalcenipg :
tiiigbfbI&YI ir lii time chei
1849 viz s
: ; 'Tea.Trdys; : t1
: J At Samuel B.Thompson's Store, Black Creek, Collin's Hammers Hatchets- 'j :hectIcuihtniht; system .Indeed this
Axes Saws ,mpdici eis'ialltKe
: ; ? No: 1 39 jWATEfe/ STREET uCoKNER'J P-II i CflltO1 ': 1'.. .
; on Tuesday, the 19th June, inst. Carriago Wrenchcsj Halter Chains, Pots Keitles or :,: )' : proiuseexpccf i3j diseiises"4 WuiCh wonen-li't are 3

.'. : At Darling C. Prescpt's Store. Clay Hill, on &ci:; & Wednesday the 20th June, just. A few Rifles : i 4
-low priced-Powder Flak a DEALERS IM Litz; ? ';. ently-theaatturaUenergiesi-byJ reaoW

:;4 At WiUiarnThomas' House, Thomasville, on A Good Assortmentpfi Crockery and Tin Ware Coudis. Woolen,.Silk.nni,. ,Carpet, Mani I., ,,' '"'* > 'rn C ipitj 9f t -zg _
Thursday the 21st June inst. T--W ; be
.J % Boots $ 5//5M Men'sWomen's AV *i.M v +** *- *- *>* can ,the
and Children's systmas1to
j4 At Lawrence Ryan's House, St. Johns Beach, Boofsrand Shoes, bf all kinds. fqctarer '(.Article*), w )cre&i o. .tiftn, wBich Ts the yuubc sebf most M.Duuscqqeni meaiHxi'YorfemaleHreaittessaiid'dwiease

: > ? on Saturday the 23d June, inst., A variety Fancy Articles' Medicines AND MANUFACTHKERS iO ? : Probmbly ? remedy tbat ha'a' w *!

'1t 1b : At Col. John Broward's House, Cedar Creek, &c: ., Perfumery, wAyEBs'REEPS;: HEDDLES. ,. 'been.Is !so i successful' ,insdespcratc cases* ol J. 'consunip-- ) DISEASEiOP EECIIE4R21U:
'S on Monday the 25th June, inst. Jacksonville : tionas this: it cleanses and strengthens the .
.I ;. .At C. 8. ,April ISj 1848. ly B(3BBlSs( ;. SPOOLS &c.
Emery Store, Mandarin, on Wed* systemririd'fapp; irstS heal the ulcer'sJonihe. .. .
I' ZI srl' ,. .4 :nesday the 27th June, inst. Columbia Shcrifl's lungs/and the pjUientsJgradualJy! regain'their :'
'i At the Sale Agents for the sale of the latest pB%: Towzzn-.Veat Sir:, : M 1e
Court House improved
Jacksonville on Thurs- be sold before usual health and streiigtHei d" 4
'f'.1' i WLL/ the Court House door,. t < i b e&nicud.'ittI a diseVse'of tie
# ... a 'day, Friday and Saturday, the 28th, 29th and thA Town nf Alli ator f"ohimWfi F.n! SHEARING.. AND. NAPPING AIACH1NES., CURIOUS CASE OF CONE : with terrible -ruptbr eifti

I 'P;:: : : .- on the first Monday of July] next, between the WOOL PICKERSoCLOTH-WINDERS, There is scarcely uiirri'iwe ? 4ofhet1m. Sbeb
A. A. .
P L. .- .f L Tax Assessor and Collector CANOVA, usual hours of sale, the following property, to ..REGULATORS SAmTET WARPS, &c a ;i3imbei of ciscs, o.Cqisjnption reped 8, ,troubled tith shortness bjreathatij t l'
j' Duval Co. wit
: ; : Lot No.25, tuning one hundred and fifty dils.-r-Sperm cured bythe lering,of the heart, which .haa ,beea
Jacksonville Lard .v
June 2d 49. a and.Olive-r-and :
4t feet ((150) second Soap. *' -s"- '
) on and third streets and The Recently feceive'j aid
one March17, 1849. 2m ; fbllowuig ras : has |e4tiently: been w &bli,
.t .. r r; hundred and ten feet ((110)) on Magnolia and the 1a leav'ber ."The1 rbiJlrire! -"
4 Administratrix' Cherry streets; and Lot No. thirty'six, eyearsiIthave/ibeen afflicted andseverei
( ) run- iASTIOTi1 : with gcnerat .She t tried almost ev vEeiba&Uken
eir' \ T qIx MONTHS after date I shall prescnfmy 'In onoJiundreds arid fifty" feet ((150)on) third ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERJ3. debility andr nerxous.consumptioni of/thelast.; ;

F' :. t.c.t accbunta'and vouchers to the lion the and feet fourth oh streets,, and one hundred and ten TO, UNDER iTHE;.AKMED' OCCUPATION ,stage_ and.,- '*did riot_ expect to ever gain my health,. : but three..bottles,pf,joor,exeeJje
; :: : f 'Judge of Probate of Columbia county for ((110)in )theTown Magnolia and Cherry oii-eei situated ACT.-Tne uuaersigutxiAKvub; vi &Uv *,nil"& -t 4fftts. iyrt.i TnroiTorh':" *-:?t nnnrsi r- ii nt i'mp?, 'Wk

s ; settlement and.discharge from the administration Columbia GV-, will attend at tne hollowing places on tne days, cine under tile care orsome-of the most distinguished or the heart, airiFther 'rnpiiire-has1 la '*

;, ,3 : i $ of the :Estate of John C Smith, late1 of to getherwith' all the" buildirigs/an appurtenance specified below, -to take aridtreceivefproofs by regular-physicians and members'of-the :tirelydisiBppeare6U i- r ,U> .A

':. ::4.s; .,. % said county, deceased. in*the thereon j Ulso the'i teret'ofFrancis Jones despositions.betbre im in relation ,tq the setilement Board; ofHea thanjNew/Yprlj Snd,'.elsewhere-,. ( .Shthas aJap had the dropsyiaiulTCMB; '

::. ; I ELIZABETH SMITH. thereof said also town the of interest Columbus, being six shares t and occupation .of all persODS,.ivh obiained a u&speudiiIhe.jnost.JV. .I. .V.. /< omy1aqninat-: much swollen. We had,-to idea that 8e$
ln 4"* ; of Francis Jones, in t permits under the ; tofregain nealth and after be so benefited, '
By A. Y. ALLEN, Ag't. the toll act of Congress ie tiile'd -] tempting 4my read as she bad such' a coidpliota
June'16,1849. 6mLaiicl Bridge, at Columbus, being six shares _t ''An act to provide forithe.arnied ing iri me paper f-yourWrtrsapartlJa I J resol 'of di ef.8ts. But ithas,as strange as knaj i ii.
: th ereof. Levied upon as the property of the lion and occupav ed to try it. After six : )
? t settlement of tHe, unsettle -part using bottles 1 fo'urfdff pear, relieved Sherofthe dropsy TWaw

; ;: : : ::1 :.. ; fr Sale. from said the Francis Circuit Jones Court, to satisfy a fi. fa., issued Peninsula of'Floid ,'f/ 'apprQyedJ4tHiAugust; done me greatgood1andcalled to see you tyour that: ihte'statlmentis-sb straDgr-as to'ifte

:; ': Benton, wherein Luke 1242 and who were. under office;with your advice I do gihjicst like fiction
.. p FOR SALE,between nine and ten thou- Moore Administrator occupants ,that tact kept'oiiytfnd but it ia/neverthdea b
-. Sand acres of Land situated in Nassau Estate of Lester and' the act amendatory,thereof,approved June mostheartily thankyou-foryour advice.*'-'I per* rzhir: i8 $
t? : '. t; Cbtfrity, partly near Nassau; arid partly near St. Francis, : deceased Jones and, is Peter the Plantiff, and the said ,15th,. 1844, arid who,settled \>r occupied,under .severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been ..uapiefmea.i ner ana .pfcouiu be used tgrina

?' :! .. : ; Mary's: Rivers,-being a portion of the Waterman* made, K. Bailey,*are the De"fendanf 'said act, and) did not,voluntarilyreinqu5shr'or] ,, able to attend to my' usual labors for the 1at ci'ihat'isqffeth'g'fmsw'bav "" esi KM
s. Levy Thomas
by B.
: Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine former Sheriff of Fitzpatrick- abandon the same, but.continued to. reside.on four months, and:I-hope by the blessing?of God 'disbelieve thfs ac onnt,'tby' ih14t !t
.IA ';:.' : ;, -land, conveniently situated Upon water courses, : '. A. county said frontier sout' ,of,th"f line djyidipg. Townships -! and your Sarsaparilla'to continue health.t .- call nt my house and have oculareinstncj.

e.c. !;! ,': .I' .:, pith.the exception of about five hundred acres -Alligator May< 26 1849 A. STEWART, Sheriff. numbers nine and. ten, south and.eas't of 'I helped me"beyond the expectations of all that, Yours resp1i1r] : 'i-

:;:! : I I', T.heavy hammock laud upon the St. Mary 6t. the baseline specined in the act of 1842, theretyioidingtO -. knewmycase.& c ICHARLES.QUIMBY., 4,' -. 4.

'.11 a River. The whole or any portion will be sold ;effect the objects of said,act, vu:!: .OrangeEssex: .N/J Avgi 2)1847) : )

tt's'r' ;.. s : : .cheap for cash. Apply to LL Notice. At Newuansville, Alachua cburityj on. Mon Sate ofNewJerstj,'Esez' Couit1yss.-Chas.: ,i? 1'r ?J

:; WILLIAM HICKMAN. i\ Ferris persons indebted to Messrs. Palmer & day, 7th May. r., Quimbyi being duly sworn according law orf %en4i e'ced
) : : .% on mortgage, bond, note, or other T At St. his oath :'the.'
) Jacksonville, March 17,1849. U'w isewilI,. please take notice that the Angustine Johnscounty;! ,on,Tues saithj'thAt foregoing statement isi wliitb nearJy
: .I- .--- undersigned day, jSth&ay true,according tblthe best of his arid. saliva in
Ibs..t. : is authorized collect arid : knowledge or) decomposingfood and itnrsgtlqp
S settle *
the '
f : same. At Pilatka Putnam belief, se t >*t CHAS/ Wl > 4the -* *
Immediate county, jTuesday, 22d : oransof4igestion as.this
attention to this prevar1
; ..:. notice'becomes necessary : lay.: ,, .. Sworn and eulcribedto betor
THE t- ;"At'Melloriville -; ., ; 'in atOrafige Sipaifl ; Y1 dii
SUBSCRIBER has leased the as Mr. Ferris is about to ,
remote from
:?, -_ / ,Orange county on Tue&Iay"29th tlie. 2da ugusl"i847 4i'CYltUa BALDWIN hiTdt4!
.House formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on the State Suits will be brought once in all i -* ,j
cv T
:: .. s. Bay street, (known as Hart's old Boarding .c ases 71re .prompt Attention-fe; the, above, is At May.Ocala;r 4 .a Justice of the Peace -, i i$1
f ri House,) and is now prepared to accommodate neglected, ;. :;._ : on Mondsy,18ths :
: UflC.; ; ; WQ.CIJPRES.4Y.ED.i 'tbr several
S Any who see fit to patronize him and "'* ti yens'witji dIspepaia1..LEtairiea
: i 1' .'?. : them that no pains will bo spared to ensure Attorney'for,Messrs. Palmer* At Lake*" Lindsay,Benton-J countyoi- M6nday 2:< i* Yeryje familea indeed in haiJnQt f6rnf|attenatd with'i oflstcibfc&j'l0f
q &Ferris.
*. their comfort. A commodious stable is attached ,May261849.; 4t 25th June., ..,, ? ,4 : I'ard Ofl5-thAU8e Towmezt1's appetitej>ektreinei BeaftlmrHp Sa3.I:

i ? 1 to the establishment, and every attention At Fort Fannui& 7JeowxtXii oi'Monday,- Sarsaparilla/ tirafrlbsVany,children the ,past. j asiOThJ&ci kndaI fkfoo&nd CrI ))

." .; I will be.paid to the horses of those travel Parker's Patents, liupfo ve- .9th July.a w ,, ir ;eoa t ?u a. fltn/t summer. J Tlin, while tho cthatjdi4.nQir8ickene4aridj.. :('Y ha; ? ould Mt.I) ygbw3qoNtiapqt

l. 4 :i Jew who may think proper stoprwith Lira; mentinUidrniiUc'V.wer At TampaHilhiborough; tCpunty,;on>I6iday ceficateve YkiiVtliol* belowa coii .C : a smallportioustiafi'emediefl
f 30th July.: ; ; ; .; '
: -4 ., A3V. rRICHTONacksonville ; : + t !sladjison1yinQtb- ,- btitthey1i.d bitliU1q"

,: X' : ::r : E. F, Dec.2, 1848. tf .ti A LL PERSONSinfringing oz violatjnl th* ? At,Xey;West. ,.,,* *Jmf fonr'oe.- county- -?* ;,*on, 4rXopcay;. cr instance of its.8avingtheliYe&of children; effect inretrioving hF *

above'Patents cautioned ,13tb.AugusL4 .. ..
I : rnot'tp pay : ;3iintn XnOIthSsILCejO; kIpfara4rillahi4J1mq4
rl 6 !Ci"t--" '3
V1 -
V. WM. S. LAWTON,. for said-infringements* or'viqlatibristo'Lymin' -rT Atj JJiami.Dade: ; Bounty, ..onJBJjpoay/i20th! 4neureIby sinuii suyitkiit11t1cBc
Daniel ; complaint and
and'Thomas' .
t.l. .. FACTOR AND COMMISSION Barney,1 or either of them J. At Jlort months old and j : ;, iafte m y
( I 4. MERCHANT, ctingimagents, >{ Pierce-StiLucio couniy, on Monday -the other-3 years.They wer .found h'iy npjetite restoreu
.s Charleston, S. C. 'under a power of Attorney, dated" on the 18th 3d September. :: .; ?' ?E 'OI4flCb reduoedftndvwe expected they would': entirety"remoTea'iindr wjwd W8lKft fsgg

day of January; 1848,'as said power'of Attorney: ,AH persons i teesedan&ho have not ali; I dle .ther.wer givtu upb.two espectable" -OGmtpend e.xjse.of tJ o-tBose w; o*
.: G. Jaudon
4 a .. : Esq., near Jacksonville was revoked'"by" me on ,the 23d day'' of April, ready made'their proof,*-requested to have physicians.; WJienthedoctorinfonnedittsrlhat'w
:: E. F. Gov.-C. J. McDonald :
( :' ; Ga. ; Ci: 1849. ZEBULON PARKER, Patent e. their j witnesses ready,arid tcome prepared jto ; ;inust !lOseithomwe>resoltecFito: try yonrj
Furman, Esq., Charleston, S. C. Hon. f.B Newark Ohio '" v ; ;!
: Elmore, Charleston, S. C. ; i Slay 19,1849. -Snios prove their, cases f uUy,1.Sttlers on 1azbere. Safsaparilla; we:haiheard sd much of but had N. _. i'urcbsenone but sucbLaaTfl'P
tofore unsurveyed will little tconfidenethere'b thg solmuch: ; tbaPhide'the'bottle'
C .February ID 1848 stuff acU ers cdlee1 lTB
r't :,. .P ly"TVTotice. E xccutor's N tI e.-t shall exposefor. : .vertiseoUthat! ciacwbrthlesas but;.wetare?Very* tBewrittefa signature ofS2VSZW
'S. sale on the 2d day of next i t. .> thankful.thafwedidjrfprf it
? April itf ifl
.. Six MONTHS 2UkECIRc undonbtedlycsvd Principal Office, 126 Yulton.a5 *
after of -
i elate shall I the court house at Jacksonville, Tena and -.. Agcnt ofilie "Interior. 6 ithe j lives fbothj J.wrte.tliiathatthers N Y.'Re4ding &rca-8Stat
i'present mylaccounts and'Vouchers her may
..u: tninistrator of the Estate of as Ad- children,-Amy, Jphn, Louisa and Thomas, Apjj 8j849 ,,- j.j.. rntioct '; beinduceditQ.ris" iU yoDrsrespectfnlly i s &ogr32 NOTtIIBancedruggi4_ -r -!*
I4 Francis Richard, property of the Estate of Joshua :tr. "
Hickiriari sc< tsiiiixftsfc JOHNaWILSONjJrJiafiMyrtleayenueJBrooklynfieDtl5.18J47f .
l lRichmond'
'i4' 1 ltimoreiDWce.
I tie of Duval County deceasedto the ,
Hbnora- satisfy a debt AiIilifntit4,1
luerpm .
1 .1 '' saia.Estate. atortsN tice.T3L ;' P.M. .Cohen.i/n'1-rf*"* *
,: ble Judge of Probate of said county, for a final i : SixNoTijiaftei datet.l ; :
: settlement of said Estate anclshallatth W.i-'t 'ir 'S1' "AVy'JSLWAJN shaU-apply to q L l-.LUNTICi2SYttT.i 3)'L _& .ioiinartr s-6t'J .. same Ex'r last iWilland.Tes'ment-. Hickman'-dec. the Hon.Probat Jj'dge.Vb ColumbuXjCounty '3am Cuizi Pearl A nyf f
t I. V Ume( apply for.Letters ..of.Distnissibri as such Jacksonville March WfgEs i bf the-Ais1stiits ?
o ,. 10thil849. forrLettersAof-Dismwsionas'Administratoron' ldthe irjittlitf-yp "
,g 'i .: Adminiztrator.of.wbtch'o11. prlrsons 4t the tie Market D'ridsBwSb! y' *"T by
( ir.: 'e in1 said Estate,*Ere desired to take notice interest. -';' 5 The; above sale is postponed to the firsta Estate of Henry Cleftonilataofsaid cbrintyseceaseaM "gentleman SpokeflroiizthTo1l6wjngjett I 'principal sDrnggislstt iand 'iiCTcfii1 '*8 *"

45 STEPHEN D. FERNANDEZ, Adih'r. Monday in July next;'** ( > ; june9.u -4an.27' ; -'RHEUMATISMaJ3 : '

; January, 1849 6m .cHA4IuEj iAL ,u.71 This is only one of more than four thousand!
cases j\f *
3 LflkJ rheumatismthet-rTo'Iye
'Jfl d's
I Iiarillil ; Z '
"tUCTIONE'Lfl 1i'
4Ve 3481"
f1pRDIALS, &e-Miiaschino; Cra()' ,'& J4brsoNvij.Lj, '5 TVTESSRS? oiiadaA ay kly4r t pu 9tdt t y t44'\
flr.I;: p Absynthe Lemon E j REID? C07 yiilleas. d'bj it d
; Syrup 1siisCii i-i.lV ; !.rr- ji x-usi'' rr" L IfA.WedtheWhafare .
1g 'lron; Currants;'Presefved GingerV Fresh''.Sal: f tr A 3tn.TORart.o C Cpunljatteiidfcd I' J5t Lodv1i3 o -
Ld,4 L- .
b fI1 mon and Lobster in'cazes,-Sardines; Olives:Ca41 to and respectully-solicited. ',. ,... *now.Iprtpa'r6d v in t'cotfnVclf6l ''fwitli"\nii ihida'b1e $

pen! ; Corrarit Jelly, Blackberry Jam "Ja_ kyill1 j,6, 1848 iD&yt-iGOOU&QRQ0ERlfHARJifeFlif'_ .
ss* 4 -F teRefi ed Liquorice &c. ; Jujube I- "'*'>*' --'-""- : ft: :ttft.SvN t? < *\. ', Wfl1Tfi1iT'A i r T. S. "" .".""
For sale by
itI, Dc. a U u I trYI
S l ..-i- _. M.ItEED. r 'if '+r** F *f *sc 2tt _a4cl, ci' istressliig3ns'faid'W | : TJP'rurb14
------ t
:... Jpr tiard TEftedconve iits'w1 4 leYriD sWblleto"*MVe tfsedt
: taliereby given to anktheja
)Nttae all whom it m *wfcciu4ed four bottieiof '
.. r er that tbeibicjberg will MsSSffAwaJirtfcletha your Sarsftparilla,ag( ;
a at
; th idge's 4? t.qbat f r mm M
:a They-writ beof
r hceuntic: ; athskiexCtrms ofr2ulp1D.(4

; .. ': ..L tILCL? $ever fc1:Ieyo.t4 jl tIi iial tlios&rn th& j c4Yit 4seH4F4YZ fajs gfl&fttare; gg

ihey ne full 8atisfacttonta ifiSiiHiti tr. fin i i .A,'
any Imported at such F4* 4 A"6
tio Krgi iiTP **JMft-CC< Jt.
: i. : orb. : r andfforwardedVith aesMtchr'-i 4 ; ; I 4 f5NEitGGT.1lfiaAB-a fT tr
I ?HTKfif i*fltfi4Pntt 9 ? ,
1 r; UoxAsD'DExTE1; ; tgAlt1letwpU brtcl mn4 COflicabt1kwihi Aini- pp 'ddIP SpMaXb4

KWWCW Zuvilshctl" in anyquauy'tieslj, t 'enttotheWi rt- '- 1 1tlre : an: | 3rtffil! .(WjPbtSFSas&Bafy
{0-JAcob"8ujjimerliriJ de T2lA hr T F.A.. BIULL F;
w 'c W
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Cba bbW4n &
) !; (;WSti:4- lwuzngle end double barre ) ra -
th1ns,19tsuprior: '
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-a, i41I4
.5'- :: MIiph1 .tM.flEEh- & !' &&w <*m *&<&*i&4'!

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YsslyUtedii yg: ; ii l
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.; w' .,.. .ii'"JoriW', \. .'.i." i1 3Oo 1 "In-:' \t'. ; (ht'yt1j r.."
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f TutDou.Au: 1he* 01'11.fald',.r.will .- T" 1.--. ..+ .... "'. ,-..,.. ..J.a _i.! ., .' .' I
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;r ia .. ' 0' . ; 40 feet ash
" inserted the follow- f. ; OUR CO'01rlfft tJ "t a ir{ J ,J.. 'vr: t" p41ncbt.1 ;... i., Ml ,
;/ i $ be on .' ': .- -. :? ._': 't tor: t : it <' < } tjQ .I, 1 ws : f. to"Uiftet .

: . :.,.._:..,. '. .p :.... ."- '1- -" .. : ;. lOBed. o1 J $: r tit :: V : ;V
I pelMure- !f.telY.e linjitioei '. 4: i.: ;vo"i-. 'r YI 1 1ia.1tc t -.& jiTi..1I<'tIIi t: .1. ', '. : :"".4pt;;- I. ) Ul_ "}., .

. fI. d.n cerdi Jor. :' : i 'i," fl it4.E. .: f'4 i. ,H' .).: ". ".. i irt'i, .ff. >i-: ," ..;-. !r!! < fI 11..,. : t t IaoUs,1ridA. 1 to. 1 CS feet 1 1hB:*V.""'" V Ii Ii .{,t
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fl. f.cbeniaen a'iberae. ,.. 0. n .. T ... V- V -
T ye .' ,., _;4 & CuAS' .1."Hl .u .JoIt dJ to be"i&hld.square;Ifosotuid'i I .i4t' ht.>th.d Difti 1J' fa. sweecurv1n6 -.J 3O0 f d--s.'p1e 1, ladies : 1iiⅈ f ,f

- ierore fr t-cuicfOetibfl, \ iaj ; l-.i.t1 I 'dfi ttfecf:woodfcy. ,the --.> .f.l inchee in4f t,:the iuh11ng1ray.t .wide, aad upward to" t" .a V
S intl iidfr 4 i -1 .it < ,
j ** > f = 'tW 1vi 4J 1- '.\-A, 't-tI- 'n.41 :Jrf. I.- ... '1 t. wefl.... .. ; V ,, -
t fJ f ft :
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Iti ;' at treatsper cubic foot: .t it., niS:,.,I h 111 N' 'f '" J ;
:lb,amsrt.? S; *'lfS1* of white .1 : mir :' .";.t\ ; f.1f-l. ".I ;" .t $.&., 1.tlf 550.feet tIH8 to 24,' J'
es = JJ ueenainedji; :. -.sided ;oak boat cY4t .. j 41 JI !... f ;h :'lijtLocW elB tA'-cJ f ... -
.t' req1a1Jtte lum may b4i b lirat.-J-cents'per'aided Inchu *l*ZLf>L.' d i -PWCT. 1.i ,d..i "td._? ,.1 'isttsoned. 'II. ; fII'aa. dJ.-. 1"
"rJI.he. .. oJ _,'..semeD------..". -ft-uct '7E r t "I'e tij 'f n* '.Jh ;f z- -..,f_, 4 ooo' ubtc''t te gIn8onthernYe1., LJ. .'o'.1t :1't i ( '.:'t V 'e.t: .ft. ,v..a. "t.,V e V 44j
1. low Pine ; feet ten '1 1tJ/ ; .1Jl: 1 i !
atI-ID t J. .--- plantEtocks/$ &ae-for,4Te tJf'f121n 11" 1 ,
;1t Jd trin beeondaned umil forbid (.J. -P;a-_-- ---1. .id length, and DO fea tnitt thitty.fiT feel: IiheadIaieternot1essthaniO inches'toW 'i 1aeJ..1ricJ i, d .re11 sea.'-" J

3 .e --iied. ", CLASS..0.i"Jj..J; f ft f long. Two'sides mui* be fitted itraigh&Ibi .D the beaI 1ra1i.i\rn l.&' f1jJ": |jAy> ; 1 fe V

lOr.' y retain tie natural tspertaf the tree.i I pieces Yencnr18. cabk feet f8 *jpuMi*, *?4 uicuea uucx20 laeaiW" V .
h '.. .'ilhgd for.11 .--cubIcfeeyeflo.p1peplank F t"; n{ oth iw 1Ji tffmy WaBea' faranel T. __ .t teet 8.x..12 JftlhM.4i.' V 1. Ltd npwarUs, to; be clear aad will :t.
tid' att I UI, r 'stocks. at- cents per cubic foot'feet'i' $-- .breadths, or Ith't1InstnriP toper,and munl te: : ""'ttI.. ..,) v-ii : 't, :rf { t* 4.w *;Trsc ::
. .. (WStS n :' t fio{oot :: ub1 .M. '1teUn''t.G. _, t >f lined straight OJt\.1rith-'llair curve Thefijar.fiJRha 3 piecWYindwlocutt Uerj 150 cable fei .: ". G t .t'Mh'. .i*_ % tIihU1.'ii'ioJt' rncn-' S'; J J..:

.' :, : 4! I 700 pinejat'eet#r.T rrtt&w_ _.a1Hf. .n.endsu 6 Je JaaA ot .1.1 *ItfWi* t2 fee* each, 7 x >InchesedtTtiasaeter.1 ;'i.'ie et'f .d -:e1 tare d we JlUSGB d. V ," '"

for Letter*of Administratf on 5 00 -.. : .,...... _.-r_', ti'htttlut'ta Jh n i must,not f -iss-esnt' ,faai t.rl dau.; -\11't 350r lwfd Di HmA1o4"'i it2to ili. : ;-h
.z lesa than clear of wane.f6 I : .; jM1 f'.r eh ti ll seasoned. #, !*
"IIir j DOtiCeI will 1 be inserted gritul.ii1 c=== :twelreinchC9 pquar tu'4ci tSi1i! 3. T Jk.I .U 4
ash .
: II.e1 j C ho more sap Wqth4Ih- I ..1IfJ"lyJl "f1-'; ;1L n ,L. : 1t.:''" J ,t.OOO,.led#. pIank1Klncbestiiick1crtq IS' .

t.l ," 0 If my bid the be accepted il I desire> be addressed : meadth of the race fumieah corner Will be *1.6wec I .. 'tt .t & Pine t6.r. & :if'' -'J1t.c t lII. aeB".. \.'1de'., to.""btC1earandeIIseason.wA ;4 :;..". '.'.'. ..-. -.... : i'.#i{ Ssfn
VIII1, ; moit ** through' post on tue kThp wood to be axlI1dedslii -I 20,000 cubic feet BoutheniVeUow Pine plnk V r tHtk 4
contract ta be sent t .the na agent JM .. .'4IUV '' ;4' -lieI.asp1a c.-1" .J'1. : .'
" GILLETT. ,,ulA. 4 avj. ttihmet' r .t stock. ; ; > > 'So" fIGWlI UU'iUU. mea # ,.I t1.
Co. J : forexecutipo.11 *!& .. sOida:3'.: : "'ad9.40" "do't.qr.. i. "
4 idmisiabte personat coininUrnctiODljsdverdsemeflt *U. f1i 4J4aJ -f : t -cab 'rfpelriR( | grqheiw Y Tot :'j iOoOacnbie feet ern;YctjO"iPiAe3.Pk :j .t !.' \or w?..
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To'CoinodoreO.WSaumnajF |>*> jyffr mndifiwoots t 't 4Thei'pianttok be iil th; :4. do V doda' ;- t
.fcti Cpure'- .o not{ '
2nn.t'o"'ts --dO'f.J. .f''t1 .t .
dJI jjf&ffli for Job(Printing.mart, .be paid on'the !: Chief,'Bureau of 'Vonstrqction1 &c, &c, cublctOO&r't9 f ivifJ m / .- than 35 slaftl'aglng..43 .feet , tqaare 1''u : 4v.' tt.A.' V'JY' V :...i if4 1 T;
per : 1 .
"* 14J M ir/v C5>"frr fJPS"i ,
Wri ti 0 OJJc "I.j t.t m; ( ;so :ao tl: / d t.rito ; d41
2- "e'ork. :Wisbintoh.41J t All the abteYeUow Jn4i.ti ber'lobe of 1 2-inchest ani Jaalfto 14tecnes i. 3i .
dtet1. qu&r& and-ujK p500 do IlL do l" '. t'i .
..d' -
Wetheu d 4 flt4.. .; ., -t, Ithe bertqualitr*and free from all'defects..The 'wards at the end of the sticks to be of-the i if V do' .6"t '
i . . ... feJ'81gn" -I. Tery p ; :OO.'d"I.. .tdo boards. -do' i hoF VV 'p ''
m.the S tate 0 :-, hereby guarantee, sawSdoff itfuare to sound andecnrpctor1 best. V ;
ends, to be quallty: lSng tlcs4lftne3: grainy itree-from:: ,
1 : 'P'R 0 p.O SA. L'S th tID ca e the forgoing t Wbf( "" "_ tfrvvbe tJLA-_ A* .'-*- V % T'ioip7eel7 ; 501,white ash oars,17 feet JODgor'i.In V
nO rd( .ahakesywinatshakea/.TanaeaU totherjtfefects '.
accepted;thiit :- 1 wiU,'wi\hid. fire days I ) A. "lengtibytheooL. f10QVhuteasb.oare .*"'*,*. .. .,
; to hehewn to a fair edge and to,hare n) :"
,gTJ1BE &bPOlT. .B.1 W after the receipt of the contract at the"poi office Iu4jjft, iw DtJihC I( ;! ;d. ; $ ino'ie'up'than"DH ighth'oTthl breadth of'the | ".:' ; irfeei nrlOf..1G, O feat; j- .4
l' v> ,
-DEPARTMENT designated in said hid, execute the same, & :;.jWAitiPin: "W-i1.bJ..7 '' :face from each corne and tKo cubical contents ,_ inlength,tgr the f ot .;'".* I' I 44 .
with good'nnb! sufficienV 4ureties\iotu nnsh the oo easurp.aNo.Xilite:'Pine : be in ti5OwhitIshoars,15feetlong, or2C50. 1(1
of all 4o excluded the measurement of 5liSOO'white
-'fClutrxdion Equipmoat and Repair, articles proposed in;conformity irith1 the terms 1 inch'boards'td be clear of all defects,-such as thetimber1fi&sap "" "' -% < l r' inl gih the 'tt *
'l' June 13, 1849. ftheadvertisementunder" t "--.c. which--.C.U was.made.r'I" knots, rot, splits, shakes, stains, coarsencsrof I The "promiscuous timber/,t inlengijis 4t' ash'oarsVl4'feet"lei4200feet*( *'* V 1' i t;
rtHED proposals, endorsed "Proposalsforirnrier .-'DI quality, sap wood, holes; and'uneren sawing not less than 30 to '.40 .to1.Jnehes :: ; ; V : : \J
feet arerage J
500white : "
et" .
.1 or Lumber as the case may be" (na .z: i-'i!' perlhQusand eet; 'bbiid measured iu \ : square andtnpwirdsat: top,en s,. '.= *.... ".. .asK'pars" 13f; ; Ing,. ,, 'c b'fe ; : ..

-7 epit I;if ike yard for which the offer is intendetLj I hereby Certify,that to the bestof my knowledge i 30,000-feetyboardmeasareNo.; 2l6...:inches squareto be. otLthe.bcst -y 1D engt. b,.t h'"A''t. : tVt. V : .ft., V

lie received by this Bureau until three and belief the..above named'guarahtbrs' one,inch boards,. tO.haVe;/1 more*than thiftznediwa .uaui-"i leal;:fiae grain ''tree" 'from heart SOO.waite''' ': ash.oaxs 12 feetjlon g;rorr3600'. feet LN1" )
> ; i; '*
Iii ,
oct;p SL of the fifteenth of August next forri&hS&at are, good. and sufficient.K1 1b, ijH4 tiiosNXVT Mze1cimptitbin ibcsurce' ftecn* shakesfrimTshakesand all'oinirvdefects j 16be : -ibtiwibofi-tng / j :* 1 rnfAii

delivering, under contract',at ," f. j-. ,' .'' :NIL"1. ....ift, t'i .ee.;. ,.twj. I.W' ..M er" Ji- .0 ,... ..1f,"A. t hewed to a faIre4ge.cOordingtothCiowthof (0 isa.timbetyd,ptaafTtob* ;; .1

IflefenJ DA1'lyard4 hereinafter named- the 4 rot,shakes, holes and nneren .1m" the tree and to'haVe;;no,more. than.* the-b q\1aUty Wte'ashVfreVfromJsplitSj'andall'other'aefects "iot.. t. :. ,
dSPhtS : sap '
tT '''-"*'* 1i : ,* -i' 'Ii,
1 bTnteasure.htrry. ;
other articles embraced inaiirertisement. YARD ; .
and OUBan .
lumber per ofthe breadth of the each .
face from f
1jb ';p reorder,. n< t' 'Z \T--:, k i .Y'1v ., .1
One-fourth of the whole .1'ist &&: v-l th 101? -- 4,& Black- Walnut. Cypress.ii the cubical contents of aH thesapto be excluded ,ulva"C:: IS.'.' ., .,1.!-. .4qn- "' ,d J J

required each nary yard,must b'd .avw. }&&h..&. 'I' in the measuremeniVf the, timber, A Oak 0
a White oak Untts (by;-the sidtdinch.) *: Tpro* WAite .:&C.J pfr cubic foci. :
one-fourth ; Locusti FSOO
on & '
Trtdon or before the 1st July; ; t' portion of the aboire' timber may be hewed with! .
one-fourth be- 600:White.Oak knees, (or.4,500 sided inches J) A ( 30000 cubic feet white,oat;plank stock,per1.e& .i 1'
I Wore the September, cubic.feet .White. ., .butt Di. from 1 *lair:curre,of 6:'inches spring one way 76f the / ?" ---V' .m "
retle tat Notember;and one-fourth on or be-.' the net siding of,one:third to be 7'inches, the' 14- -to-30"---feet-- long-4- and" to-aT rageiSii! -k diameteriin -;. .ti :-**'.'i'f.)t .A. ti J.4 It- ? :--i, 'l.1 r bic'foot. t "v fir.! 7.i

t1'e30th December, 1850. In case failure I' net sidingof one third'to b':8 .,,and the the D td41f ofthe ,1U cka,.tel rof. ; \ The aforesaid "plank stocks77 'and" 'ijioin1zen.' 10000. cubic C t"hi e'Kpi :cuo11B timber.eJper ':" :4 1
articles within the times and in net siding of the other third to be.9,inches; the. | ; Ubicfoot.r : ', ., <* (1%' .; '.CI
bark ii diameterper
gtfirerthe :; none less than 16 ,_ :, ous timber" inub felled between the 1st of t11V1nchwbiIeoa. .
specified the Bureau or the eel arms te be in lengths from 5: t e'tt "feet and 200O-1e : pbak., pet.a.ou. : :. o-
proportions I and the rMarcbuand
ilTk October 1st must have
'ICIoot r ,,* .
1 r- J. -.
? {> rS'"i"l sand -
hare the to supply 6 inches the bodies to bee:in lengths from.5,;; feeti measure.. ; >a i: 'j V
right :
commandants to ; 500 feet board measures Cherry.boards, one i grown within'60 miles of-the //sea,'coast(must : :i:
and the contractor andI to7 averaging6) ,, 2000_ feet 11 inch'white oak plank iperJnou !.1
% feeti/r
gdencies by purchase '' ? incE thick inches thousand be of hewed Wlth 20
stripped -barkt'oTr :
,to aYxagei6rectboardmeazure. .'- per.. .. ..I sandfeetboardmneasitre. ." V
to the diameter ofthe'arm .iw ;S-f -' efSOOafeet .
sureties to be responsible in twice the conid The bodies are sided \ ?,* da s\iierltis "felled and placed clear'oftheground. V :i $ it. .
I I .
It inch, '
1 white akboards
price. the siding size taken t"tJa !mtdcfle-. :; O:,feet board.measure,White -" : .. vV **- ; ; per. itaou !r-1
ill tie timber,and other articles must be ofsftrr the length of,the arm,j clear .Ct t.hrne.) 2 inches thick- thousand feet ..tlJ mea t<* t iij r C- .1' AJK.sand: feetboiardmeasore.; ?; :1j ZJ
per ,
the fourths of thesidingor'iiimnet er is to be'considered : CLASS No.'4. 3000 feet 3-4 inch l'hite ftkboaz ,per thou : .
f i best quality,and subject to inspec. 'are.11', ? V"7" ,, &l :: :;
4t. established for the the net siding of the knee. : d.!.n t sand feetj.boanl measure _- v* ff" h'f
: measurement goT. board inches 11
t tad 500 feet measure, )' plank, 2 SpaFtimber.3jjellowpine 'i
The aboye hiteoa :p1. b'tt fc in
the in the middle e '
Boent of the several nary yards,printed rules The moulding size of body, thick to 14 inches wide- -" of ). ,
( average ; per
ca be obtained on application to the of its length, to be full one and one-half the net thousand feet board aticu.r.,26'ieu1 feet of spar lengths hot i less than: ,.teelf'a.Tenging '43; .... t. .
may measure. Umber 50 feet long IS inches paralleL feet half to 12 inches aDd half ta -
. square squat
relent commandants or nary agents: \llsaid siding of the knee ? feet board meis Black Walnut ;
knees to be and. 1,000, { :3 yellow! pine sticks,ri21b[cubic; feet of spar. '14 inches and upwards-all: ,topVeni1f isit -
vibo ibcr..lumber,and other articles must be en- One-half the above .square, boards- inch thickvtO Iv eke 18 inchw wide t :
satisfactory to the respective comraannfs. one-fourth to form an' angle:from eighty. to ,thousand feet 'board timber, 45 feet long,15 inches parallel. \ stick. They must be rough-squared;acmding :. :

' ninety degrees the reiamd rto forman'an-i! per measure.1.500.feet Walnut. :4 yelloir pine'sticks,.or io35-cubic.feet of spar ,to the growth of the.tree;to have Do.1B'DtI.exceeeing f. 4I j..
;jboardrmeasure,. 'Black timber 73 feet ",25 inches, from ; 1-5 the width of the face of '
, to hundreddegrees { : long, % thCsiJejUsquared :1'!
be from
The white oak timber must rough squared, gle ninety one ge'H inches'wide '
1t--M"cro i: .board8hllnch'd 'c ay 'utt. ;.to be or the best.'quality -free jfroa '
to'be .
ding to the growth of the tree to have no The length of the arm .( eboardineamtre.\ \ th ':"- t .
I El neezeeedingone-touflh the width ofthe face the'back'of the'body'ns moulded by the angles: 500 feet board wu'BI k'Va1Dut"i1? k'< 4.yellow,pine sticks, or. 22'cubic.eet of spai heart shakes .windshakes,;bad knots short '
timber' 65 feet JODg )23"lnchea \*':..from.'butt. :crooks,and all defects.v.iThe cul tLcon.. "
f .
1:11.ft: the side as squared. All the yellow pine g1Tefl. r" thick ifinches Wide :
.i' 2 inches to average per .. .lt )tents of the sapshaU be excluded in themeajurt 'r. '
** ll. :h:' *
ibermustbeorthe best quality of long leaf 2d CLASS. thoosand t{'board.measure. r f.t; 4, sticks cubic :ment. V
yellow 468, feet of r.l
pine or ; ft.
,: ,
hewed 'I spar ? p.TL
. ,'rridn.SoulheinyeJloiepiHetto be to a feet board measure" Cypress boards : . ,
edge and to have no more sap than one-* Lumber, ("Board_meanre, ) per tkou9f .. 1.ineh.thic1rCrom.2Q 10,000 to 30 feet Jong, an'd from timber. ,52 feet long, 19 inches.from J)1 tt ID1SC11OUS- ',lIDuer.-- Ub lit leSgbU_ V ..

tth of the breadth of the face from each cor- 8tmd I'.ftl. J d(feet"boardmeasure. .4..yellow) piRa.stickg; 3S4 cubic,feet of spar, no&r SiJtli: squawl'4incheVa a "
; ,- it ? 8:to 12;inches. timber 48 feet J .t.rr..hgetftwir2 V ; ..,
v --" *** %*> ng.i8! e4rombutt. .
rthecontents of all sap to be excluded in theasurement,5fthetimber. feet board measure, lit quality 5-inch .. 4 t i r. V5' thestjck'rft5 '
2.000 .
- The oak must be clear White Pme pttnfcrv '-pieces TdUow-Loost-Irom? 1Lt5feet ., f'f< r,. '. 'q _._ .aTeragff:"17 iri=i&'If'mUJ_ be.romth- { Ij
2 147 cubic feet of spar'"timberr54 t TJfAy '>' T w<-" i AI. .vw **- .
'! led between the 1st October and the 1 st of 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 4-inch long,and from 10 to'18 inches diameter;'to'areraze 7ellQ1I'"pln.sticU. or _to:1Ii wt ". : ': ; 't'fatum'J

rch. and must have grown within sixty miles clear White Pine plank. 14'inches dmeter1i.Ieai'.of bark im the butt'f.,',ff;_- feet, o*'long-.- ./. 16inch&K-fr u ill J.;,. wane exceeding 1-5 the width'of:* th ;' 1. .; 2''

.. ofit ,he sea coast; most be stripped of the bark or 3,000 feet,'board measure,' t'qualit13-inch middle of the_sticks,,or.575 cubic 4 : sUcksj 968 cubiafeet face of the} sides as squared< to be of the*' best .
yellow pine or spar
free shakes"
from heart' Bhak
: quality wind
red within twenty days after it is felled, clear W.hiteP: plank.! ; ,'. J. blofoot. .. ... .1. timber feet ; y V
I clear of lie which satisfac- feet f long,122 Inches'parallel. bad knots,and all other defects. andrth.cubical .-
placed ground: feet board measure, let quality 2K- 6 pieces Fustic three long, ;sixteen '
3,000 4" sticks 8741 cubic-feet of
- intoi yellow! pine or } spar : contents of the iapsbaIFb&-excluded .in tks '
eridence mast be the contractor ,
r given by inch clear White Pine plank. inches-diameter, say',17 cubiofeet-pubic '
65 feet inches c..ucsUcThe ,:
; long,122 paralleL measurement; ;- :
.1 he production cfcertificates signed by two 10.000 feet board measure. 1st quality 2-inch fooL --_ .1.- ,-.; ,"S *. All the abotOYeflowPIn&spar- fV

re lectable witnesses, with their deposition on clear White. .Pine plank., f,200feetboard measure. Cedar,boards, 15 to be of the best quality-;free from heart shakes, aboTe white oak plank stocks ant 'promiscuous ; .

I L, before some jadg*of the court or msgis- 10,000 feet, board measure' 1st'quality:l to25feetlongand .from t.,8 to 12..inches:>ide, wind shades,and all other defects,
ealti within the township or county where the inch clear White Pine plank.;. H and'* or an inch thick=per,"thousand""" /eet, a fair edgeiahd:to hare:no more sap than.1-6 bexand1aUiarchnd muststrgrownwkt1n
ter was felled. board let quality tJ- board : ,. 60 mileoftbe sea4u ItVtbe-stifp..
feet measure, measure. <
6.000. 1.Jt d} of ther breadth of the face from each corner.-
) rrsons offering for more than one yard,must inch clear White Pine planKa"3 ," All.the>Ash,Cherry, &&,aboTe.dcscriped;to Those pieces;'marked*W;bam.' btttt"tare for 04 of the bark: or hewed Tfithm20 dayg-ane V. 1itisfelledandp1cedcl .

esexratecnddiitinaproposalsfor the supply 1,000.feeh board,measure, tlst puality! .1), ,--.. be of the very best,quality,.clear of 1.rot, splits; yard 'and must be!.the same 1at"the"- butt;-and '..'.** ..If..- ir-,.oftbop.und.._, .
rcA' the classes of articles knots holes stains.&c. ': "-CtiWo .* oJ.4V t &2 V
separate, shakes worm
keepitg inch clear Cypress plank. ,cross grain lined fall:towards thendwMcWcan be:&aper.

aArocing the whole quantity of all the articles 1,000 feet;board; measure, 1st quality 1-inch TheplankanoVboards be*sawed' ,to" !even thick-**.' ed off,the large'pieces!to-J 44 inches-and*the Whi.tPin thiiiWTiizure '
-w ; ,
t class. The cost of each item must be distly clear Cypress boards.,, ... ., )" nesses f .*. p> ".KIV ., smallest 1 1'incfies' -by'the cubio.foot.t3 ;. .f ':, 1.1 I
ptriMtu1zrulJat.t n
carried oat and the aggregate of each 2,000 feet, board measure. ,1st quality 3-inch -<. v' ;CLA'U ;4- ..-'?. -" v ai 'j 4t'-; at 1 tii Jitz f* .

s correctly footed'Up, which is material to a 1 clear'Whlte Ash' plank?'w.' '* W CLAISN a.J Jr ,.:, '. 500feer4inchweUrtft..

comparison of bids. An erroneous us exten- ,board measur 1st 2* Bl/S ceiSptir8'(!olu.-B. ,.... l the --'." ; -
2,000 feet, *, }quality'-, &; 'SpeSpar' :V : jj "I <5'aeasoned,12"to! l6feetloDgeqttarqcanr. :
Iiia> .olin erroneous aggregate' will constitute inch clear White Ash plank., ': t 1 f. e--, incA7mdpQl ?, :ti l r. **"f*' "S1 *i.- Jfc I'3f ; ; ) 9 .* .1 V l H' iH",. ,V"F : r

aformality, and will not be considered 6,000 feet,'board measure;Jilt qunUiy'2.b ch: 30 pieces, 37:feet long,'6 inches:diameter in '"25** Spruce spars. ,.<.5jTto.60'feet. "long, ,,,T of..,propbfdonate ; *"'. IlL 700 feet 4-inch clear.*hitepin,13.shea to-l8.D- '
i 'extension of time fordeliveries under any '. clearWbiteAsbplank. > j the middle 5 inches the SIZe per sparl" ]. J'-J. 'l E'f '. .wide J2t .16-reeUODr equal '
10 < >o%f N diameter at top end quan- :
net will be granted, and penalties fornon- .- 2.000 feetl, board measure, let quality 14inch .! clear, of the.bark- -per inch-240 inches., 25 spruce. spars, 45,to 50"feet long; of'proporv. ':,. ,> uues AA* *e'l l'*"> ... zac-ir ,jrr u v :'b j. *$j t f ij i- I

I Iz1 Iment will in all cases be rigidly enforced; -: clear White-Ash pbnkj; onelidtjto 40'pieces 35 reet..toiag1inche*dlataeteT n in iMO tionat-eaizeperspar. ,v r 13000 feet 3-inch clear white:pin e,"13 tol 8 in ;

t Ware,therefore,requested to offer for no be not Jea.than 29.ncbcaujde41' the middle,'4jinhea1diamet= tat?the}top'end,: inchbsspruce sKtO91nch' ,IJp riucb :?;& des wlde,1210,16lee&, 1out equalqjanm V

e than they are sure they can furnish within 2,000.... feet,, board" measure *lst quality 1M-; .clear of the bark-per Inch,(280inche&ct;; ;; '_- ;. 0..2.7 t I ,...titi '" : a.. '. r5' tif 1 -ZtSr'.r2.000r2J ,

time specified. i "inch clear '30'pieces," 30 feetlong,7 J inched diameter ,jtc lib & \ iDcJi: e:1rI'l1 ttipli1 z12l 1615 1

te price of all manufactured or sawed lam- ; :be fD less than:2O inches wide.'** the middle,'.4 J inches diameteiatthe top'end,1 : I -" .'rTi' ;:7f'I j... r. 11;',;'inches wldtf..1a%tc A V) Awwv *W4MI, 'CljttOA J .

rill "be estimated and determined byrd 3.000 feety board measure, lit quality.t-inch': clear of the barfc'-rper inchf210'char cl t.C : ::; : ftfI.'lI..:. ..-w '-. :--- S 'J1 XW.-'..' 51g > 's as*. quantities.*: inct>1.-7TSr r4*"IIt '

Kffiwrn the square and round timber ;. clear W ito.,A .. oardSy /1.-s-- "d 4p.pieces27 long/6 :inchear diameter'in ;4ash logs, 14 long and.20 to 34 inches 1,000. f 21-inch: clear white pine-1*"tos I. -. J

ssibtaerwise' specified, by the"cttKe foot? '. 500 feet board measure, ..1st qUaldl4-in., .. h'I the middle 4 kchw'ouiaeteriat'th* top'end, **' ?dietci'3O8 iflchesper inch. ::I .V : ;clnchea wide.,'12-toIStfetl'... -\t1, .

pprpTcd sureties in twice the estimated apt ., BUcVWalnut plant *, Cw" I cleaV of the bark- per inch" 240 inchesh..' 300:inche>>iund ash iimberj. 20 to 24lnch "'quantities''c.t.-:&? ,f '*.,i ,- 'c7.;..'_- .

,in the manner set forth in the:form of 500. feet,'board measure,\ :1st quality 3-inch siOO-pieees?25feefc long,<5 inche diameterJnthexmiadle .-cnameter; inri-' .. t '12,000 3-inch tlear white pin;12 tam 141ihea V

contract,will be required, and ten per cen- 'Black Walnut plank.u q ." in,addition will be'withheld from the a- ; 1st i1 i".*, -* tiei r ** ": t'iJati 'awl G4v"2
i J J)00 feet, board mtosnre, A._qualityj2.jnch.Black : clearpfjthe; bark per jnchj op inches 'H i iiy"**! ** fv*** s b. { -c-1 w*>v.j *= $ : ; 4.
at cf each payment as collateral security ,Walnut plank.. .t. :r" 'yr:IMO .1 100 poles; 20-feet long,"4 Inches'diameter in .200 inches.round ash mberinobeIlim., 1,000feetl ,3-4 inch cleat while pine 12 to 14 f .

4e: iithful performance of the contract. feet, board''measure; "1st quality 1&lincKtBlack' thzntdd1e,3'inches... diameter-atthetop'f ttclL, .J! eter' per IDC!. ;| ii&> t". v. .v" .J .nches''JIid@,' ." .:.-J2., tjt19t&V 'ut :
*J j>er centum of each delivery will be paid Walnut'planted: :7.i? |! elea.rOI the nark per tht.: -t' 1000 feet ash Jrli1ches.thick; 22 inches quanihle&l':0'J. ; :-

n&1 agent within thirty days after'thecaution 1 2,000 feb; measure jlst quality: -Inch ESC AH the abore spars Jot W ofi f the;' 'ry bcst. !'.wide-board measure,per 1000 feet J t 11,000 feet li-inch clear'white pins,' 12 to 1* _V

of approved bills, triplicate bymandint I BkwaInuboasfl; fn m quality straight. ,from, (, all.defects. ; ; 'UQQf. $Mh pian :Iia J i9 2J !JP. ef ( titt il ttr LfectIo i1i, 'equat jz jzquantutes.3
the deliteirmde. Jj 'r.'L 'u. .i> ff.-.iiji; '4 i wide board fee'C' .t
of the yard at which measure, per 1000 V
; '
elI.- i-} -.tll'l'l1") N VllX R)11 V ,.
JK .11 .9:9 1'I--.J -0fncheawide
62; ,500 { _, 1ti .. f 1500 feet ash plank -.r4 inches thick,20 inches 10,00q.feeUjncldeaxyhieptnefg.....toU
wj,offer must be accompanied by written NAVY YARD .CHA LES1?"WN'- 'h'msS: tT .4i dh q 1l'ifllt ,f' ; .widej boatd-meaEir'per1OOO feetlr*- 2't li"t.ul. i', 'tq uaI -V : ,

Dt,(the responsibility of the guarantor or "w ,-m? icixw, 'NofV.11 s't 5lc J Live Oqktie4. ( J" 1. !l! 2000 feet:ash' plank, finches thick. ,"21 inches,. quanUtiO4e1Zi. "V V ;
*ftton to be certified to by a :agent or .wide board measurt/per5 1000,feet i I
navy L4 Oak!'1 for frigate of the 1st 'po 1.b = iJ :1 = V
nl pieces a
tothe q T' 1(4-t.r.4J e 60o.1IWnE3 inches to 16 feet
rcfficUl person or by some One known ivIi .i'o. I ij hsthick18 ..cct' < -, -.8J .-- .. lonfc. '
**))that;if thVofferbe'ftccep>di the bid\vblte'' i 1 :._. :.:._ (lWO. ,M.iol : widey board meaiure per 1000 feet .. 1 titi ." '.r.:* 1.1EI' V 4 ,
I 'O ublc-r d-.toek .1 V
aftet the 4 U 29 tJo 1. f inchestlojct,1 Inches / 00ct 3-4 in' fWhiti! !' '.' .
lIidde's will/within fite days re- feet JJ2 35 1nd'df.d. 1500 feet ashplank,1 12. to 14 ( :-

ftrS l*f ttecoQtract. at the post designated, : aVerage.forty-three.1 faffl&rfir-and none less than- wide, boaH measqre,jjer lOOO'feetL0- ; -.r i.h. .i'wit-. teIfeelo3' -,exruil t ; -1:
fess than t h 1"111'0 long, ".4ol.it2)dom2 .4'0' 11pi24) jao. :." V 'Hn-Q". rlf' -, .'! ,:'' "J .q 1.i..J .
1 rachea thick17'inchesboardmeisureVper1000 uantlwel. '
w"the and sufficient 2000 feet :
same withgood iurenraish i : the ndQ fleaiJof ashplank,:2" : r V
the articles proposed,agreeably to iirefre'inches5 4lLcptOcka qute f."a Uned top.; h' tlt ; i.-! 7Jn ) :t L :t.'t l' .-'kt2 wld; feet. ; j:19'O O't,1"eef&t'-il1 h'1 wl1it iD-.12'tG.lt4 .

"specified W this1!!adTertbemcnt' and : 1-ine.t3t '1l"'f 1000 feet ash plank,2 inches.thtcOO inches in a 12 t''i feet1oDg ,
', dine,way.-nnd m&1 be D"r&lg hr-tl.trtr1' To be sided o.liidhes r nd moulded 18 inches. V .dA ,!:t tiUiol::u 1'1.N.y. c 'J.l .!? -
.wid' p
ittay be InZth contract. The (
embodied, 1 i
'r4lr'C i"e \\tller..1r Each of these :Is' Jntended' Stflfonn' two qee&-2
f!10th August 184 G;forbids the'considera- uity4wth3thegroihof worked piece* 2000 feet asbp k,' jmches thick,IS_,inches, ;.. ,90.. inttt melcaastaolwnlte[ ..P.J 14 & : i'
Uperirt to18indb&8idingadlia1e ; -w "U '
toe z-uiiAftm '
lined pieces. r *t 4feUoH 1aieMihi '
.M ill. not'accompanied bjs11aaty. : -wid&board mneasire,per N" qr :
proposals! .Th1 i
: tree. e wane muSt no ezceea oDe10ultJ i I 1(1d d 'U" 'Ji 1 &llow: -
f \he Jl : eS '10,000 ftetiricli: a tWit blewl U
t l000"t
.: A'-- t theilUc'tffihkBtoclES ash plank, S inqUes thic; ,. _pine,! j V
tb.idth'o( -
f aneV diG inches the moulding that a. '; .
ftetfattd *
; -
t1wad sinslenjrthj
er are particuUrly cautioned t.'esdseTs ; .wide ,board meuurep i 1000j et1c.tep ; :;
t iiftrntI1tieeid..
II1bio'oot. tlb
.t the heart of piece t
;!f ,as.abore' required,' that*they'.mayluished '' squared7pey..4.000 tnbiofee'... .lh-t.'f. .unk" \'!\'l" ";' UI.i .'. "'i11d' .r:maybe l1 i..iUfb1tt1i.Dit1ri&.JrV d 2 H.ueli.. ... ,.. 111n4es 10,000 feet2.ichi. rcbantable'wfsit.pinV14feet
letter1uo DU'5J audup1.r&'lengtfiu :
frbmother'Vusinesi i jt1i 'l'**nt 2S "'r4.0-te: ion**! jt, ,to,thJi'TaDge ; V ,1'tYk '2000 ash 2fnc l3i1iiCkt" inches ? 04.b x- .a 1i V 'I
before!the fe t pUnk 10oQQJ ;
ntth ii .
.pr being iipencd ?
ckes "
.rtime.! .. <, ". a4'! sqw f?Jts:9lm hQl?| JAM Merent (k f.J.:1 t.t ir.V .waifi.ot1st 'nfh1J mea" .JQOO t"P 1 feet lonaw'JC.ud.20 IACaes, JrjdA.'t ,
and IOOK jhe j- ,: ;;' '' .) "'l.f"'J Ii .w b't u
; .,j f offer not'm in. tri t'conformltirnth,. lengths k.b-Or etk1TA2OJ1', Trl; ,Hn-r.forfrci1b OWiflf't.dt ,2OOO feet t plank,,2J :! chc.bLck3 inches" ., ..._...." 'rJJ.64t.wuquanUwt
Mtettfsetn".it t. prticulArwII1 1etd *o"'ht. tr I 'k tutOQO .eeL, !: g '
< J .
&II e'ferr. Ill. -.4 jlt 1&R & 1 1sttJo --V. 'd =
&linrormal.. Those .whoseloferl'pare 1U i ; Jrn1fr &r : 4 e" 15 ,inches ,1"f I' .
kz tto'l.42f i11 1'.i1I '
; 1"1.'t j"
tonet6'We& ba tl :
pd' :taaa : oflacta from eiet st ,a .. 't ., id meashre pet 1000.Tett, 't .
'in be notified J .
duly tmf..iaAJf. ;c'' '
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"* ... ,... Iie; 3. 'd'' 20 d 16"" d' 'rM, :2000 feet;Jh Incb es' t. .i -t"! rl: r it
;< 't a..t p-chrsthIdkl3
ttwithouidelayr .romf AlOl to d .TIIA t. "! : ft t ;rit'J1t-.f r4 : : 1" .1 dfl mtap6".iOL Y: t t4i
*WM directed designatethead atni1nciu- 4rQL di63nche mouaeLtS j boaiIiSe 'pek'-l000Ieet. .
offeriagare "
e l
.IIl. 'thr ugh 1fhlc1i U'el aea1 to.b ad4 -, sided tq.the. ho.s\" .dJ ., Inches... ,r tt ach otihe pLb.iete i" 1500.. ..feeL$4 "JL..tCk1'f'inches : tOp f ii"'ffJg rit1l1 Jdiam. 'tt
bLfr rrr. r> > &
,and'the nary itgenfc'to hom..the'coD-. 1roUih : .t i be,hID, fJ I4_!- 4 <- J'd o ..., ., ..w1de ; ... dO' d !d&tflU7to1edq: i'
I itlibe8entforexecution. > 1. ; tb44lqOf Ineh-" 1 4tI3gnet' .; \ 1fQ1. ,1'fah w.kUiQb&th1Ik C" ea. .3 'd -d. -;".tICfJ ",;,' :
fifteen lo twenty rncbMrfpei. f ffidJn 5 :1i- : i ," :'ffl"? i"1QOjfte "o.Jd ft dtJ" 'd Jd l't.i l t"d :
\ 'bih .
ji.a7/. hJ .. .
.. F J (. .O" 1. .. "t- !l 1h.lW): 5fli ilirth bears- '{1ief.. Jf l j'ttd. !,inches thic 18 inches .4V: ',do .dc.d \ dO. ''ltOl_ : :
1 k ( : 8pQI "
3Vsitc i.r- 9'' :2eQJY.lJ1te q 1 Jl ". _wide-board er 1000 feet. ,!, iI q1. jI '
lIl'.v' .r IOui'incie* J :. .. ''fm' "A' measure ; 1 f1 J i18. T
1S thai 6tII'M-P .
) I *: I hereby agree'to furnish and'aeHm It.. ches1j$1ULUOt $ WI"p .,_ Mit.i1 L .. i. 1500 fte. *.It:' itU_.thick 17-inch- J. .d 44d. ..e l .,d-7 .; .
l ies&r1beaub : \ : ; :
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n .. U . -::,.I fc'lJl .I b b I "I ',..M' r""QOtee.t 4do r' tao. .; o- -4G.Jo4.; :

,tijt the s@rtIs.t4oz2hai $ ::1 ltr"t r{ = tiaunaYerown' o-aoretizaa twetj.Iie! .:t: L ta. .it $ he. V, ,r ..0' .. .dOt d0.d 0 3tO5jo. .. V 4

;tf.Construction,.Equipment/. :'r miles from the. ,3bdth J'M'1m 4r'bmWtodttfest. ..t t !t allt7"oK' Li,. ;,

w,cf the 13th i,'e several ar- .bt ,' lSork.} i'i.'b.Oft"Dftd'n.ftrb.v 1' der.l mP1dt !. god.q1l&1 .1300 t. I l.t" ,: ll lc\. 12 Inch1eLtcet 'GO.-rit.a .2I ..tfttfroDi
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I r r-V hick 39
4 ; inchj
-CutNo.. 10; >" $ -; r J ? ; V V

: : boo,; one-third tfrbef jpMfr 24 Ices hick,'25 In VTwa
(by diameter >nd J W celebrstedj
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.L P :$o tongk Hickory birs, 13 fcet long,to square coo' *, or one-third** k" "toe*** **S v>i.j frofl14ti' > v Sw 28 incUes in 2 pIeces each peace4 Inches V V Ick, 25 Inches I
d'V -; t : V.V
yI4eS1tO150I' .
too rough lUckory ban-5 J feet long, to square AU te Vth1ck,12 ihuV : frb5V

tJ ;' 3 Inches I foot abore butt f ;. s -. .1 v 180.fcet ,, ; (
feetlong tSvS1
wideg ,
ib;. : 75 rough Hickory bars,'3 fcetlontj: ,.to square Atiscellane eSbottrdmealure, per Aoa- 4V pieces each Apiece 4 inches 'thick, 12 inches II

3 inches 1 foot above butt. xv100 ;- : ? -..,, feeL4r bl members.At .
V ** 'wide g feetlong134 KSV1TT $
rough Hickory: ban, 6 feet long, to squart3iinches. 'dd:) UIX14jl84L 11 A.M tne Divishn 4

: ; > fBf llnch t& : i'tje'd1iThf -
< 5ooc p. ? Yellow Poplar S V 4S
;rt J3, All to to split straight from the best quality 1IS Mtdiitrltch,'*htchraa sit11
4rdd: .'' of white heart hickory/free from knots and nil sooSf ,1i.SdoI do dOt, (104 I ;;. owin.bee! thoUdng a $
J ; 'kv.i : # :. 'V V :V xr' VVV VV '
therdefects. v jf j. V
> % ,
uOuO.5or' V through with.d.TA .
uwc't uG r To bestraigbfcgraln penihg to tbe steamer was gone
board measure.) dot'S the foot V s& V ***?* *** *$ t
;: : Cypress, ( and oil other defects,+(bJ, ) ; VI5141L
V The whole to bo i sect'atn'd. measured a- the-breaking rihatjsben una,2 Q1I&U(1&CflCe. SVVV
I boards K Inch thTck; .
1 ,000 feet Cypress afiogn 4 "
greeably to the printed'rales issued by the Bureau. I Bay 3i' ..
_L.1I; : $.000 do do u 4o' ,. IibfeetofIplflk bic to make II rtuDVon Sunuay tast'-
& cow orwbich.wili be.furnished bidders CflLMcbes t ; -; '"* i-'KWTvt ; feaAsihteis'not1keIy F) tewr 'w:1': VV

4 Black fTo/nutf, (6oord measure,) per one S b the commaadant. of the Navy Yard, Woshiw I ? *ndUPrdL to occur ogam very beautUuUtidHefc banner ,1J
l -i V 'eof
: "ijv < >V* tf,1'-** ** '*' j.- < IL V V
I&uiulredfert. 1' t1t' onll1 tl rfg rdt"aV(3( *) ,-;>rM3-'b & 4,000fe tofIwardvl.toc: 1 ckpji : ttj4OOOaot s Voont1itraveIIing public need expect our Otf er,war heupesdeT:; SI

: : 00 feet 4 z 4-inch black walnut jotst good d Udoi 2i 4| % jftn, om t ..*r sibib7Mis& MaiW 'it
and Ld' rf jdO> V't jpp detention here in,futures ladie* of JacksopTllle $
dry. CtA3flNbL' wc l,000"do, : -> ttf 3* & ccompnje,
: fiOO ft t 4-inch black walnut plank, good and Wh eOJc o | In.. thif ?tbnnectiori "WfrcAnnotaTOidcommodation : sh'orvand,
dry, 12 to ,1ft feet long, 12 to 18 inches uifoot.OOOOV I ( j -': ( say that we.have neeherd, .
% T wr Mto
wide. 3 cubio feet.White Oal lank'Locksc 4 u )(1t5 CUNO.VO. rnUing attenUo1 ObftflD4J onjgnilar occasion. fl0rVwit1u1 seea OM : M

; f : tc 400 31-inch black walnut plank; good and 1,000* if ,do .dat jprpmiscuous.timber.To 2 Hickory hindii5kw, eh 6 fe in length, V afforded'by:the nevv mail; grace ana ease. *

., V'V'V! dry: 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches be rough squared, from 30 to 50 feet m '** "4 inches square at;the butt nd-and not "--- ;4. :ThefBanner! ras 'receWbrfeil Vt'I
fJ wide. length, to average 40 feet in length, and not to 1 'f' less than 2J'inches thframall: eud.34Tobeoffe V cipent. By passengers V. V V are P. Cooper, ABSon'the part oflliev Zr

;; 09 feet3nch black walnut plank, good and be less than 14 inches square at small end. tt forbytte iec*. 'conveyed direcdy, through from Talla- responded in anleloquent,impresau ,j"1.

dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 13 incheswide. White Oak, tk)ctufffor&s and tres- .5'V J .. nt$ 'hk; f J V,baseeviaA11gatorto/ Jf '/ 'Savannah'and' pmte manner. Of the two addresses we t/3 a

*' I } V T i S I:' t 41 ; V ; '* i "'** *--. *V*! s1' |j nothing. corninmd&toqsince we nnd/?
900 feet 2)-inch black walnut plank, good tie trees. p. V ton of,24Op9u74t ). horchnt immediately fe with | thesteampackets V is inteuded if possible to obtain'thai *

c.kJJV ; f'. : aid dry, 12 to 16 feet long 12 to 18'inch. 40 pieces, each'piece 21 feet; in length, 16 inches .3 tons tfraumf itw an.eqaal'proportion ofthdfollpwiiig t NewY(6rk.VV Jnfchieap-' location, when'they'willbest' I
pt. s wide. I wide 10 inches thicker 232 cubic feet 6 to ( Vi
diameteriTi3i 5i j7 '
4i & .r c
:t' :, 4 COO feet 2-inch black walnut plank, good and 10 pieces, ( caolrpiece feet ini length, 14 inches **l 9 iM-10!inches.'? To;'free of shakes, 'neuandexpe'ditton.thisro" te. : is superior.toanyotlnerfianS'steamers VVj 5h.-The Declaration of,Iodepeadefi

., ; % dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches V ,wide, Sinchea thickfor 162 cubic feet V I' rents cracks,and all other deftetetfo" *.: ifiat unTrhetween .. thenread by botherhilph'rwr D a. '
1ft ; ,.it wide. 15 pieces, eadv piece:17 feet in length, 14 inches V I 6i1.The: 'Oit r'of thi Dv;'

; 1? .: I oft f..$ incli black walnut plank, good wide, 8 inches thick, or 200 cubic feet. V : .: PSACOLA.V. the St. ohhs river and Savannah; Seyralthen' delivered an /address.strength (

and dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 incbsswide. 15 pieces, each piece 11 feet in 5length13 inches c I j ,'-,. V !FtVfld -_. I' otron, 'force' *
1&t4: :: r 4V. wide 7 inches thick or 120'cubic feet. Wc for comtortanupeatnese are notoriously'at 4S.
100 feet 11-2-inch black walnut plank, good White Oak TMer, (by the vc r./oof.) c2OO VV# .k

43.! ; ; L and.dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches White Oak'or Hickory small butts, for cubic feet best quality white oak plank the head 'of all on the-Southern coast.Captt 7iK The
'V.S Ode
.. tOCk to five feet and noneess.ihanthirty.five 'V Closing5 was ;* ;
ka -. :; wide. 8 $, average forty' long, .
LZ V3a Cooper. :
V.V ? after invitation
.';. i; ISO feet l>(-inch block walnut plank good V I feetlon square,frein L&h U,11CdrnftIiV a pressing to the au'l
Etsi' Prpsidentof Hav' ,. J
h tt.
the 1 ti
4 pieces 20 feet in length by piece. i.
VV: and dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches thirteen to.fifteen inches, and average'. thirteen The Chariestonour Or 1 -- ---------- --- --dl
4do do do / '*/ t\i& V"" thL : P. W P0Vmvbehalf;
14 _
,. t.# wide. at top.ends.,. r ... ofL tv
i : ': ; :; 400 feet 1-inch black walnut boards, good and 4 do :10 do' do V VV55 V V cfVA53 k .. n ; iTIi the dinner prepared.for the occasion, tht BeL
: dry 10 to 14 feet long 14 to 24 inches 41o :6 do do. | ediction was jronbuncedr and the.proceaW .,
# T!, 1 wide, To be not less than'6 inches at the small end,' Yellow Pine Timber (by the .. Dickinson,, arrived at her wharf gain formed in c the jrollowing\'order.

; .; 400 feet; /,equal*-inch black quantities.walnut boards, good and and clear of knots and straight grain d' -,>* ;oo'ibTc feet fine graihed longJeaf yellow atii i1y V IstVSo fTemperance.*.- V /
i K.
; ,1 oak barrel usual'sizes Iek'stcck b it quality'I ngtlI'not less' 0.4" i ?3i-C "j.'lUf-'J 3-fj"* ; ') dry, 10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inches 5,000.white staves, : by, p from Philadelphia. The,detention V q of
tt1 .c wide, equal quantities. the tho and. 'f. "*' VVV t han Lhirty.five feet avenging feet; ; -- v i M Jj 'i V ..
j, : V '< to'square from:;twelve to fourteen inches'anu' V$the V her usual time men.. I
ISO feet-i-inch black walnut boards, good and V CLASS No. 2. V j., V ** & 3"v"vCLASS Osprey beyond was V V V V ;:
.V.t 12 to IS inches wide. averagerthirteen"at .top end. Theprocess n then procedei tor
dry, .
White Pine, boar4Vzes.'urebgthe ihoitsandyeet. q- her;havjn 7f? len inynh, on sentanga pleasing and
.lf 3p; 4 BOO feet black walnut veneers, 3 feet long. No. 3. V p imposg I. Z
.\ V the 20th June ,6 o'clock A. M %Vshould4 judgcJht btwecn.
at *
> ;
L.e' CLASS No. 11. V V Lumberboard measure ) per'thousandfee& "JUT 7-T3 W o rte I
; 5,000 feet of plank stocks, to be.:from 35 to6O V ; I hundred pVc8.nsVma4ckcd in the roce ic j-

I I diV. IV.' Mahogany, (board measure,) per one .* V v feet iu lengthto average 45 feet in length, V : V' Cape Haiteras bearing N.N.Wi:vdistance Whea at the, table a vigorous on1j**

V hundred feet. not to be less than 14 inches square at 20,00'6 ,feet best quality white -pine boards, 1 tenrmile!! Jtlie *wrecfc of the brig commonced* "-'*' upon*the*' suDsUntiala* '\anI. $
-small end. V V ?v *!nch thick?" T' '* ; ,t"> *. ,1' '- rj V s prad ut inVabuidance. :
1 V '
; ISO feet -inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long. 4,000 V fecplankr4 inches thick.V : T' '. V" i QOOO'feet best'quality whito' pine plank/ Seaman, ofNew YEIj' 11 days ,out, Tko t4Ie5firded (u the'shipe of an '
; ; 12 to 16 inches wide,equal quantities. 5,000 doV V 3 do : '. ; "?"i InchthickF" > 415- V : : bound J cks hvill '(E. F.) and was V letter T' jraa a beautiful grore CftUi:

: 100 feet 4-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, V to be feet best white pine IJ > "" '' \" bakpfthe2iT r.. '
Susqueha na pine; no plank under .10.000, quality plank j" -Jj L" ,
: : 4V 12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 12 inches wide. V V inch thick f V; *-.. detained five hours m-takingtoff the survivine The rsibIe ws filled entirely by thMe

: .j' '! i:;: 100-feet 3-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 30,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick,. I oOoo, feet best quality white pine planky in officers and Jcrew.consisting7 of the,Sons Serving them"" and''seeing that'in TO:

12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 30,000 do 1J do ches thick. V V .A" V- V tfcJ "JUjpi V '7t'-i- ; if d uly.upplIcL, "'. ..

;' ., ISO feet 21-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 35,000 feet boards, 1 inch thick, V I0t)00,: feet best quality white pine plank inches the.following.Individuals :, .Capt. .Morgan After the ladies the gentlemen V were\iejW

:a 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. To be of the usual breadth Susquc- thick. V V fi>, Gunderson : Mate James 'VY Ro- and were likewise waited.upon by.tbecifatei
,: 1.' 100 feet 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, hanna ? -ifx-.> -*- "- SSVVSVV VVV,., .:_ Jetermined
pine No. 1, or first quality. 10.000 f juniper, 1 inch,best quality; length > : < VV- } they being to attend weliytd'iicr,
;1 ; :.) ..:..;;: V 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. 20,000 feet board, % inch thick, to be of the to be front 12 to)16feetwidthfrom1O, bothan j Char.leWe1ls, Henry. Smith guest.Lastly the Sons'seated themwlmiad'
V'p ; too feet 1-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, usual breadth abundance still oii
Susquehanna pine No. 1, V to 14 inches. **> a S and Jeremrah Batnes : V The partook pf.the the bwii.'
: Ie; .. "I 10 to 24 inches wide equal quantities. .. ,. .. ,
; p. or first quality. t CLASS.N6..4. rf ; ,5 W.Jt, VV ,j I V After,the"clot ii""was iemoved, the ladles,v ose
: -.. 800 feet J-inch mahogany 8 to 12 feet long I ; / steward and lost
15,000 feet plank 2 inches thick, :V one seaman.were jtheir'nanies -, it ed around ia:the grpre.upon seatipnpttrfj -
0 one-third 12 to 15 inches wide one-third Hard Wood 'Plank \duI Boards board
15,000 do 1 do V < ; cduld hbVbe ascertained. t he goblets were thea filled with pure cold,>

: :. V 18 inches wide, one-third 24 inches wide, Usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No.P -measure.); f1500 :-. .V 'rrt'r ii ** 2 ter, and, toosU*being called.for,'the follov f'

II. equal quantities. ; orsccond.quality.V The brig was full of water, deck-house. regular toasts were read by the President V
,feet 'cherry boards 1 inch thick 12 '- >--i
V S50 feet l-inch mahogany 8 to 12 feet long sup. ,
V ;; :, V one-quarter 12 to 15. inches wile, one- S CLASS No. 3. V feetttmg, 12 tojt8 IM'inches* wide 4IV!S.Lignumvitabyfht r V V washedrroffl v*, i jr. mainmast': V jV! !goce,> foremast. -'rbi.,*- T'day/KEGULAR Ve celebrate-TOASTS.Htllowe.!'bj. ,iHtrrwtlections + V
: 1J 43 18 inches wide 20 inches Southern Yellow Pine the cubic 1oo0 u k. feet black W ,>I Inch feet V .t: V l ; of the and the of
4f.? l V quarter one-quarter by foot; 'head gonedaththe lopjMying; onJierbeam past hopes the ftVtterv hei'wId "
V :11 Iong, 12 to hfHjidberationifc
V wide, one-quarter inches wide, equal ance ;: -7v-$&
It.e.; ... j quantities. STEAMERS. V'V V 5OOlii fe tSt. 1 IneI4V ends and crew clinging to 'the; :>2TIie Meinory of George Washington;tw, ii,

:;:; : ISO feet J -inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 45 beams, 45feIn1enthio; ride 13 J inches/ V V ftfl4j 10 V V to V 12'feet4on15 V to' '20"inches rufhiVcnntry.V x ? .J V -'. ,',*5* t
e ; 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. and mould 15 inches,'2,925 cubic feet V 'I 5 tf .f*' i; rig'ing.VJ 1 V : f'V3--TbC President OCVP.IG.United.State!-tbe.iia<

:' 100 feet 1.inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long' 40 beams 45 feet'in/lerigtb/to side* 12 inches; 5o6suih, feet S t'Domingo mahogany,!; 3 inchandflO'tb12 / 4 ,1'V'V c( Sqvereigntie, and jet no Sovereign .fcS V V
4-Our Itevplutionarjr zers, As .Time teaw
and inotiidi4inches,2lOO cubic Tee t feet long-15 to'20 inches 'DoctVincs. "
15 to 20 inches wide ntiti WhIt '
qu .V their numbers, we cling more fondly 16 the few WnJ>
;y 800" feet 1% and 2-inch mahogany, iO to' 4 I ; ..?RIGATES.V I V '-V wideJ- ,*., ._ .- r"T-fr 7 4S'VV *The; i; ;richest:nt'>n ; { ?*r do TerifMiy their aihway to the'Grare be, '

I : :; feet long, 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. 10 beams,46,feet in length,, to side.15 inches, S .,, .*.>.- . L. ., .. I expositionof VyVhig ctrines" by a'R'giub.ic'5'grauuIde. ,.
;. .j ( and mould 14 inches, 670 cubic feeL White Jlih Oar Rafters and tfsh :Logs we haye'yet twithmay be '5-'The:Goverftur of the State of i Florid. '

tk;: : -, :V 100 feet assorted mahogany, crotch veneers, 3 10 beams 45 feet in length to Vide 15 inches found 'Sloridafeepublicar" 'G-rQurlisat't S&ate-la Gud ia our tnut." V :
rafters 'feet in the
feet oar first quality18 long;to be ) of.the : 7 TIie C'iHigres3 0(1)1eV United SuirMi|Vt
"N *, long. and ;
i. rM \ 900 cubic feet African mahogany, in the log, 4.beams. mould 42 feet 14 Inches inJength, 660, to cubic side feet 15 inches, 4 inches the square in the looms' ,'450 y feet- in all.r 5th V V inst.V V If'the" AiTtfuhDodffers. Cabinet gudation Moiferat'n.'and terut to hldewperance.V justice, being inspired V bj WuJuei

rt : not less than 10 feet long 26 to 30 inches and mould inches by foot/ H i I t'S S' 5 "' rsiorimVlibcrtiMJ
V 14 245 cubic.feet Consttation of die USiates-Lheb
'b'e 8f-The
first feet \YasJ3uVgton, jd
V 25 oar rafters quality, 16 Iopgr4 inches ? >yqu! uj>ply as
square 10 beams 47 feet in iffff
length, to.side 17 inches aa'/impte platAirraoa.wlii
in the looms 400 feet in all
V CLASS No. 12. and mould,15 inches, 825.cubic feet. V S V square"* V by candid as our' neighbor,' what 'aworldf. W rW'ca&staikt. ; %,
10 beams 46 feet in length to side 17 inches .the/foot.5 .uy"**''* &ent.U' *;9 The.Army nd Navy of the Uoited 8uite w

: 'Maple, (board measure,) per 100 feet. and mould, 15 inches, 815, cubic feet. V 25'o: rnifters1, first quality, 14 feet long, 4 inches troublethey.4might save themsejves cfTectuat arra92of the'couutrj,.to' defrod ia frirttlu
in the 16oms:350: feet in all/by >i>urtin .
square .He established ) peace: -
100 feet Maple Joist, 4 x4,31x4: and 3x3 5 beams 45. feet in length, to side 17 inches, the foot. V < -4V v V 'ilttt 8ayt'liisrpaperwa8p:i J ? JO-AgricaUufftManufactureiCpromerrey iJ j
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4 V inches, equal quantities.V and mould 15 inches,371 cubic feet 55 bar wifters,'first 4 uality; t'2 feet long,i 4 inches 4 to support>theffdoctrines, of, .the .. : IS feet Maple Veneers, 3 feet long, assorted. 10 beams, 44; feet ,in length, to side 15, inches V square in the loom 300 feet in i all by 4 ..v.f '** *" "*" "** licncyVifoor Institution. 'V ; t,'
and mould 11 inches. 550, cubic feet V V, Quministfation 19.mRut'whavsortof'our 51 U-The Cause of Temperanee1t1qi'L1Me '.*
& ;, V V ( -
: Cedar board measure M. V the foot ** fi V
per 10 beams 42 feet Puriry,knd..Fidelitj,'iu vccrn
Jk V in.lengthto side 15 inches wetrajttIsf
d V 6oahtertflrsttlnalfty 28 feet long to tbe re efs\
1000 feet Cedar Boards, % inch thick. and mould 11 inches, 520 cubic feet. /,. ; -The Banner of our jvisiop..euruioWZWI* ,<*p
inches in the looms the blades "
10 feet in 5\ square g iven to the N W"-Administrati n" J yVy the SiarjSpangledBanner. V VV &'
V beams,40 length to side 15 inches.
,! Cherry, (board measure.) V V to be one-third '.the. length of the rafters, : (1S'cft' 4V {,.13V'Qnian-. !rjieonly to'yerrign wewe.proud&owniier J"? ?
and mould 11-inches 500 fi
cubic feet and 7 inches wide and 2 inches thick at the by our innocent ne/glibor V :WK i'-he as she, gorerii *M
: : 100 feet Cherry Plank 2J-inch 12 to 18 inches ;: sway
The above beams to be fine V ., .' .
grain Yellow Pine + Love.' 7iw nd .sBy. tV> Sr
t l 7. wide 10 to 14 feet long equal quantities. blade"end; 168 feet Wall, by abandons1 aIl Fideliiy.
; ; to spring 6 inches in 45 feet tbfoot'V the issues,that have,/or ;t '
: 100 feet Cherry Plank, 2-inch, .12 to 18 inches feet Yellow Pine to"be V 10 ash. logs, 12 to14 inches la 12t .j4ti / tiv/.i VAyeaJ8V4iVideLtflq.pareS.adEfldS : ; !QbNTEERTbAsTs.
pII : wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities grain.'V'plahk'slpckj: V fineV V : feet long, (per cubic foot,) 130 cubic feet. <> | it :) the .the 'Presi'deat "pf fao' tyr&*?* V

r ;4 k. tV 10 feet Cherry Plank, 12 to 18 inches V Cf.kssNb4.: '* 'V- 't V V CLASS No.'6. V .u JrWhte'Oak wisdom ottL&D ithkpo1icy, and Drtughtexs .vpf. emperance, their objectf JMaimsjo

# wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities. ; ; ; I ."yt'iv 4. t I shield us, to cieez.! U&Vtl ?

I :v: V 100.feet Cherry Boards, 1-inch, 18 to 24 inches Southern, Yellow_Pine,, (by cubic foot') .V Knees, (per sided inchT iy9uldlnj$ with it'V uavTwiS- ',*';.. ;-t ,V!jf.. "%.' VVV ;:vi'a
wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equalquantities. ; 4Vb V .25 knees, sided inchef arm.4 to 5 feet, body 5! But let hfm speak for'himself:" :> By> 4
': 'V 100 feet Cherry ards, Jinch, 18 to 24 inches ; up 9 end t? 7feetin length,175 jnches. ,,, ii p* .;Eu wt1 i "i ti : ** v &' .. _r' ; > inay-tM/ '

g $: .. [ '. wide, 12 to If feet long, equal quantities. g.Cw 0 feet inches. 25 kaeeajgiJed 6 inchesarin4, ; to5feet, booy> iii44j VKnoughI Aye'-heat no" ogifationv! aboutoldque3tiQusrfiuch -; ways be inseperable. "" tV-. -b

: V.: 1.V: ItO feet Cherry Boards, %-inch, 12 to 18 inches Half t V ; V buttiinches. -,,, small S -! to 7 feet in length, 1OJnches. j fo aib'ank, Tar- yards.
:; .. .f SJi feet V. 4 25 knees sided 5.inches 5 / iit '
wide12 long, equal quantities. V. 32 inches. V arm 4tq feetjbodyLJr > & ilihoughitoiome utent y thi, UdS of
V 100 feet Cherry Boards, J-inch, 12 to IS inches 0 V AU 4'VV t- Q V i S *3ta/7/ feet in4ength>.125.incies. ;l7 :{ the .noUcy fl''cfocdafldInhiiistrations! .to ourcause* rwr .V. VnluBy

'rtV ;Zt wide, 12 feet long, equal quantities. I 3 -Size 6Ueat ..,None to>vary.inore/thian3jegreeai:; ; | from41 I it.. .., ; the. taiMlard BerT1IefJ41VVOJ5eAtedua F5

'V :. I' 100 feet Cherry Joist, 4 x 4-inch, 12 feet long. V V A from : right angle.u may be let aionewe&.SV .pereewein1thae wjth:;ourrBanner; heautifal 8*

": ;; } ..'e V 150 feet Cherry Joist, 3 J x J-inch, 12 feet long 1680 cubic ft.or'r'. ----- 'tberspinvhicthe hAaSlways auimaied,,, dres3,:>moreJbeautifully: .prono nced,- Uj
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iVt1J4T: :V tOOO feet i and %-inch White wood Boards, 14 12 pieces each V & ; WhIg par1y..ztVzpirit averse to j demoition -. ..characteristic.herself. ; ;j"she has hotLoal Wourpledge
to 20 inches wide board piere. 62 32 22 '19 -16 10
*c'Ti ( measure.) bu eterniil I ,
& 1176 cubic ft.,or .*- -a- V sflf. V What thTcause of this sallow m'pe'iton.'jaun'firJiHMtof 4.hait Woutt! rather' build. up our gratitu< .f rf :
; !: NAVY YARD PHILADELPHIA. ->JLi. *'*' i.'>;,'..i KT! V f- ByVRe7..3tewarX.JC0rgeW53h1VgtOfli.quntry .
12 pieces each *.i than tear downHhWdepfecates
; V V $ : 1esprcsaior4side jOf l J l tW convult.i ; eabr5nianki
{ ;:: V .: ; : CLASS No. 1. piece. V 55 20 V ** t ,14s benevolence
( j2O>4- 47' 14 v-60 and smolder,',weariness of body, bitter.taste awe changupozquestinsnot Vitally uc i'.hia, crvicesb1esac4, the worlf'jByEruserTh&unIon

; ;. ; V White Oak, (by the cubic foot ) White Jlsh V (board VV measure- V }V-tier thousand r ithiflflIthfi' Such Is_ thf. enquiry. ;and"snchft I affecting the lex istencGbrcur Govern of
Mr- V VS ? C-
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: &.1: ; .. 11,000 cubic feet White Oak plonk stock. r' the Symptoms of many a s -ffere'rVIt is the Kve'r ment. Theselloctrines shall fdfev- be

$ 'i: f: Instructions,furnished at the yard. 12,000.feet.bfplaniLj V V 2 inc eif/thic1/ | a' which It* diseased/and bVChobgogae is the er advocate to the extent of our humMMtn hOnqrLTk daughters everVrevere ax4 s :it.sonaud .V

:. CLASS No. 2. 5,000 do .* tdo ;lj *1 dotJJ' !,, ift .- remedy always successful'in curing it. Try it, ble !caIacitv:: IV By,1cob; SpencerTheVliSSe

V V White Pine (by the thousand feet.) 4,000 doV Doardsj't.jj'do v. V ,*r V V S V ftnjud f IyoiII t For sale byOEA9TEBW Call ye this. backing ff&it: your ?friends Water 4rniy,may'th y never be ni5Z 'fjgi 1'
V 5)V To be 12 inches and : "
upwards in breadth 5" 1r S nder kingT6rwith.femaIeiflflBegoodtwork
.1 0,000 feet (board measure) 3-inch White Pine '' Oo.
4 and usual lengths._,. :t I his creflIS i .more than halfaccoinpM** ,
plank' 40 feet 14 ''
long to 16 inches V
s' ; 2.000,feet plank.,2 inches ihfcktA atin-iba i ?Byr CP pocf llll;totfjj
4V >
.! :.L. V wide, equaro edged, free from defects *A/\A j" > *- JrDICIAI, aupponofW.Ljg,4 ctrines,
? V: that would injure 'them'as singe plant, ; do1 4VVVI4O, (ij' ,." jio i -2 V >* *' l' ( v V jT" f (4 5V ?,., S VJ V V S Jacksonxilley They .who ntribU8i :: *

:.. 10,000 feet (board measur)2ine1Whito) Pine 2,000 do,, jbparde, I : Uo. V, V Circuit Court of St. Johns') County,. 9 ,, over 'to r.wrooghtij anid, she JwhVpreseated.,, ."?S' P ft
,V panel plank, 16 feet long. V VV V 'jFrom 8 to lo'inches' ** widej'12; 'to 18 feet Thursdaythe. lth tneocofoco.Tbereatoaoia.f .t113 t?.igkoii .1 IJBP; _. #nIMi4r6 .! eta

13t: .. 10,000 feet (board measure) 1 J-inch White Pine lengths. "- 4 ; JfcUl i V A k* VV S & !

; .,: panel plank-II feet long. Black, s&boardmecture.) V-: ; ., .. tt V.1' Sr2rSI: T- xeflectre5pbniisV wleVSPr9 ?' toS"

V :: ,000 feet (board V measure) 1inch White 1,000 feet Qf planfc-4'inchesthi2i'6 "' ..' OeorgeJB:Fairbanks, Master] V V S ool.

:;;. Pine panel plank,vl 6 feet long. ,, t,000day:: da 3 ** 'ljJ do-1*** **** a": in Chancery,iji : ) auppqsuaizz4deten4 Ihe.' i, ,

.* 10,000 feet (board measure) 1-inchWhite Pine l.OOO'do"' do"2V do'V' I uiaofBurUgbtCaretaflU! S't3 i3 : ( 6fjh !eapI *

V f-r,.'.* panel boards, 1C feet long. V 1.000do, ''do 'S do- > V 1V : Fcde'aLt party.V fork yearpast tVV lowed bytheemoiF of the pas *

S CLASS No. 3. V 5- 12 inches and upwards inHireadth/ V ffenrvW.Groyep,.et el:j, i'tt i V 4bepresqnaudthe hopeii of the fut
the '
S succss: jjpj w t'c J i jlhijy Assured V
1,000 feet of boards 1 Inch thickrli; 5V.VV.A.SV4 '
FL4 White 4Sh 1
lineal .
(by foot)V '-I RJairbana'SoIjcito Ij grI
l,000dc, ; 'do* &yrV* 'do't4'a i& "0i.- Qtsaidco'1AI their deludrd followers, theVprosperity'of .
IW susoned White Ash, for rafters! 14 tee T1jo I; beadthof1,18fld in'ches as.appearI R-that the,said. /rabaii. iaples.of cpnsUtu tional righia an
% ,or 1400 lineal feeC :4.VV in propbrtibns'bf flenWj V theqaSr. eyenrdedareJ o equality; and mayHhe Influences 9ftJV i1 Ebct
; each. ta &i i y #-S C-Bi< J&g
jjf }
!. seasoned White Ash, for rafters, "i 8 feet *-' '* --H I sie,4ntkState thr I doned the;moment cI it bey/eachth ftit? ** ? | ; V ed day prQT ,ligely.jbtstrumentaliai W.tbMpiritX
: e-pos-
.S 1600 lineal feet l lrakJ JU Lewis D *
.or : C0e utellcCharlea.Boum and Ma. ifjaJUtf iltl'AtjfifRti k. ..AjL: Wtt J nwr an ajroif
Sincbes square i at loom1 of boardVl.inch 'J Boutell r.eeide iathe : urJand. .* ?. fMi'i *1_ r .3.iu .
; 5JbylJ inches t 1,00V.eet Ihick/lfy 18 and 20 fasachusetts. Jjate of Mae V' i** .iZ-; : VVJ "i*
: 'r wi ejincheswide-proportions; of each breadth'r V(4 ;.fc p: J'q$ e cotenteL cqtrQpr
: NAy; (YARD, WASHINGTON, f to becleartof aUdefectsJMX-it* fa '->?& M WSi tpr. the array and navy '
V i "* .5 V
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CLAM No. ." t Qo1iS )s! lf? iiw 4- 4VLyww
c Irf -* j ; $
B ti&lCMeWBp&VwvSi
rj s. % M M
; V S
; ci cofocpo1iqya1one.4it 1II
lhtit: Pine board !&r
( measure, per ifou? ). 1Iite'fland V 4cIiy'Wq, ( "
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-- V 4 4V mmi V guide to hoaior ..
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V k cesthardi4eiz.eure v \ $& ii 5tf$& mf d th r 5tI43'J4nd
V : DLi 9ste I' tji ** *1
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___ I J :M: y hpecubcf !' ? c :: %?* g M "TI5Aft wman WIHttftS A-iviij f : c JnnWonthe behalf of thV. 4 4

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ftr oatrthird to b fr a 1C to 20 i1MA4I .5 5 V141rfSf sSgl'i ySm icitaiti t51t *; 1 -

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those 'and ;IU '' -a I tL ( { ','
thetabland.themselves. tI08.G Ii ;. > J- ,ar 'J,ui s n #
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L the. aiUwaajConemonstrating 'Jt": B:1""$ -" o "- ,:,! t .4afgJclT 4 ''IJIItIr.". .'M. v!!
ezr scene,: irtJJ 1d To. :'Ht..I > ;. ,r'.c ;...)h.-1- ''';' .elands. : ; 4- tJr..At.._. I .e.-j.r t'nn.i ;1 itJ' : <. ,- j'"",
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concinsivelyithat.Ia? if = ) $t tfldian mail we1earn. ; iovrru: J.t.i1I .'d ".11 < '
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taU tnf aId,i gentlrm.en toomay be merry.without .. i.:: '')1'juG 1'L''I'tUt' .1.nV j. .t* IS. ,t:1.. :: hat our toW s i'I i ; MrJ i1B ker, !. ,j. ._ "tt1fl'i ifo-'C w t It 'J It lD 'rtunt f 1",aUentioD 'i',,

dd; Gedtitcl atimu1&ntl to cheer them. 1."B a 1'.Jot .fj;'I \.g l 'J ; =whi:iii i ii r,.idrthe1\\l est 4Ind ies' : .: le tlo..qr 8t te B41"iblCh.Ii ..tirind' Jeli: .s1t i rrr Y.rI Ht jt

af nrougbou' theda1 wedid not observe harmony any treon. .,...e"I'vanl"1Uht,' t h.: .i..."Yi'ereear Iz: : lb. s.r.f' r ld i Tf-n. 'rt\hPIdia) i I !.i J f.i ti oj f : P Ii"hiD11 a1tatb f 1(4a 1l.J iufctornd h

stirbatDe ofAIl.kiadj aU wu peace c.'? ) t ""' cc.tmleJJUO: I.0i: Jj'H'" -t"rdir >jl'o'qno1.-tl".l" 1.nHi H 1l. 1'oStatC'&iz t In the,eighth.Senatorial '.",. -i a't Warehom n-ff t-.... "rr'w.& .. ,,1YJt4t. itS l,
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UI as a pe ple plantittlonste! d i.K"; 1. t.-.V"
eult1Dg the Danub'. BeIet 1anki, etended : Jee f cS1and > U 4 i? "I nJ4V'h ;
; 4 ine&ii'a lathe thirteenth Senatorial $
thus to' cele & L d distrither in.,' t.9 R 4.A \ lC"Itj
Individuals ; 1ft- rlJ .
Mdu nenrywereso1d atiha same'tune. 't : (
to'Bucbaria and th'ewstefoffont ierfJfChina IgnationoCnonJ.P.Jtd t. t.:1Q .
our national t.ulrerm1. 'they lQrni ily; )eJp gq4fig: ?iM t the'fifteenth SiD iaf dra n ..t"t > ;Cedar and Liberty streets,wher.lhw9 dJ 4'
rIt difeient'are scenes or .quietfleS JC1Eure :: 1 hez&ftg1taumonnatns-nioq J ; ers. will always be found- the most extensiTC,awott-.i
Bow: Iike 1s .t OIe f ken .. ''separate'the:Russian land?Englinb:; Sen'tinels. -: Glen; "nnd cost : 100OOO.. sterling.ThefOUiil1r"brbught432,3S0 .-' 'ti that lt.o Hon.Louis AtdttcnfJl. hetebOderei, !ment oti:. I. { r :,tit. "- 7f1'. 7" '.;'v:) 4"4 d: _
-election be held to J4 districts,
riot whieJa but too often adypscIgrace ; This' fta 'or..e6J:, ; onUonfty ttMBRELIiAV" tS :"
ir"Che..and h day..Malwe uda1111'',:the; ".5(f"tIJl4; '_ : .cii4 1/:' 'nA'f \t, r'. ; the firit day of lOctoberTiexCto'filleandes. ,. .- .... -.JtA _
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O: 1I'ere celebrations present of long the Glorious FottrtE.. wide) and'p the':Aral sea'5 ;by (thewholeoftheCaspiansea.tncludinglhe ; -- ',.I .il'tr11Itjiii-ri., 2 ?it"_ (!J Givenunder-, nf1. 1 band,"and t"-.i.."salcfthe I 't.-...t." p... .
ca 8t&fe'ot'Plortatt.h"Cap- w : 'SHAUL ft"Mr IU
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-iii : dependent i. t h'l last "Republican75 Mr". '. ; .1' ; nJlW" ,: ,_.,
: 1\ All Brewhas'giy- tol m the City Tallahassee this 1.1'Hh1r Z JJt..'t'
: pepd.* .f VmOxr D&bcw.orthe3Iinzt.aays .rivers of.Persia. and. ,therrntit of > of P t-IP r i r
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D.ore'un ,: Fathjktbew : h AJI\I, at m'o n
). r way throughPersia: tow rdILHer t.t-'d :reply'to myjmblicatfoa.concerning him.of last 1 3d"1ear 0 Ammcal1 .w\l6 t J ld :l1 W01\
is at length a aojourner in the,U ni- lookto .we k.' Tbre"arC. 'a few mi-sVepresentAtfons id dence. 4.N' Parasols d ,' -: .H
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and is at present recruiting from will : frn mfWWiaaV.E&'itt1 } ,21vFW/DJ NQSELE1J.01 :
hardly her fatejthatthe boAio.liueveryrespect. -
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the residence of 'r fJ"I.:7 .
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Island. He was recei- "*' *..- 5 +- -* -j .. .... ,- '
ft Sesmitb, on Staten .Moldavia 'nnd .WallachiaAand:! attentIoii: ** TI --- (& -- 1." 'S ;; .ih"c..e- l: '-;78'"I' .t.c-.:7.- u % :7J u !e ,.
ted irith much courtesy, on his arrival.Qnarjj&e march i.ntoHang, do'not'conceal"a- ," .was compel lf to' niakeniy;' former' charges ; -"* *:**JtiAmi**f'>, -Ut-. t.I .:Jt J j, :'U7ILL be 8 d.ti foa.i{,Coirt.It f.J.;"'l j-" .t .
stationed there htm'fr m 1 iarcnmstan bese .*< MariM ", t. r. .j 9' the rfnt ,
medical staff ; Townof JztekdhtiUe
,by the ; grand movement'on'her left flank' [that' .hrreta t ; -" t. ," .., on the '
d' f. ;
to i answer ingVtheysijnple r in '
civilities .. JJondajjr August l1 X r,1ie(1rtetilCb ,nsuml3
after an interchange of proceedto a,.Nopolen cpujd conceive d execute] I r
aDd question Whether'he1)had or tibf innae an'imput ; "t'j.J1'H! ;<2t:" honw of Ale the-followin ;ttf*itn
to the residence of his friend, where he wasrisiteiby that would change England, by ,the war ioh'against'ro' *: lianct l' J The'answer to' J <; "' ,. It '.1".1 one certain Jot of land,withtli proferfr.'.pprtimances"JtheretobelOBg1ngsrtaat :

committees from New York, charged I ving'of marshal's baton, into a third this would have;been Yes)>rN6i and there%ai I JJ'' IjJ'. .Wt, ill Mid TowbofJack"'s

; -jja tie duty of preparing for his public reception -I rate power. ',,- no'reason why it could*not have been returned I ,t M1 ''lfr n ;fc'r2. nrlll'allWd.. _:-known.on the plat faM'lTown IJ& 1! ,!
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that city. He landed at Castle Garden hast writing as well !Verbally." The1:fact Of o- :' 'WW.'' .J T' "ii'f.J.w t.tD as Lot No.Vi A 'square No.,10.> Th&Wcst! riiabounIaiyit l. ': :
1 in There are at 100,000 Russian pening two, of,his letter?, I:admitted, and 'my : Executive' > partra ti Bf; ,n 1't JT.U.UUASSEE of said'loi commences VJinUsy stand -'-J

f jesterday.A soldiers, aforce mobile, beyond:!'.Caspian design-wa! to meet. 'aU suspicions' as to jthe'extent June 26th, 1849.1 } .runs'thettce NorthiBrly' 105 fect tOi;thwlciSouthernmost'linebf / t
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treat temperance meeting is to be held in sea, that can be marched in twenty of my act. In a cowardly manner he en- G L EU'L.4n VAD&.IMJ.c"_.:. ."' Iff.- ", '. --",..,. t,., ;Ldt No.;<5, in'sdld''' square' ,1jo.,10.tb.e

the ftbemftcle this evening, at which he willdelirer days the'banks 'of the Indus.' Let that: fused to'give me written': acknowledgements''as A N.,election is hereby ordered to be.held inA. &otilfcerly 78 feel:::Whence Kafettisiwardljr'7 04'4l.rj j l.
whether he had had not hi:1de '
an address. The New York Herald force appear 00'the..banks of the I Indus, or ; an; imputation I ;PtJi first 1)iMon'ofthe'Florida' Militia, : feet-thence'Sonthwa'rtlly fiT'feet, I i. t 'ri
against me;and I was thus left unprotected thence Westwardly'aldng7 said{Bty'411 1-124) .1* ; ..j,-
on the first Monday October next at.the places i
and the of the British "
terror name to the assassin 1 attacks of slander1 feet to-the '
jaji: My only -1 nppointwl by Jaw for.the election of County I' plac'of beginnfnrPBernjJ :;
&I W. visited the good man yesterday; and will be as thing lost' upon earth. All means of meeting this was to publish his conduct ., Officers, for ax Major 'General'to command said ou'iheNerth'by ) }(. rarotrit1 ,; dtbJ '

ihoothhe looked well after his voyage there Indi.i, from Ceylon to Cohul, and from in refusing my request. '. 4 Ditisiou. to 611 the tacancy'occasioned !by theresignation rt ODorai.d lot 3So.-.3.';on'the" Eist b, o I'i'.1 1.:1
decided change in his general appearancefroa In reply to this Mr..iirew addresses the Public Lion rsaldlbtNo.; on the iii Bombav to Bootan. would rise in arms. _of.Gen.William Bailey.. ,: J ;;
the time that we saw him in Ireland, a in a loner rambling' cOunter-stAtement.. eva.tisbetwe ---* -* & riw* A < ;fj m A A and on the West by:portion orchid lot No.3. J j.,
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and the British to exist. .. c. :; --g : = g'J Ana an election is hereby orderea to be held -.t
fcw years ago-not so great a change, however] power cease ding this point us. but sdbstantially in.the/second DivisioVpf'the Florida Militia on Said property levied-oh to satisfy two&.fs-" 1
u we were led to expect from what we had England without India would",sink to 'admitting. the truth of my:represch_ atipns. -: the first-Monday'>of October,next at the places sued (tom the'Circuit Court for Duval county; .: ,

lord. His face is still! ruddy and beams as it the level of Maples, with no nation so He- *owns that be' did hATe conversa' appointed by:law:for the election. County.Of Judgements foreclosure obtained'ut the ay :1;j

ever did with beuerolence. ihs hair is turned poor as to do her reverence.; tion'with: a third pergon,-that he did make an' Been, for Major(General Command said Di Ternr thereof'one hr-f vorof John. *SammU' t t;

Ira a jet black to a dark grey. He has less a Take Care John Bull lest,the soliloquy allusion to me,-and that he did refuse to giveme i VisiO :"to'fill the Tacancy occasioned by the resignation and the etherinvoref SMne. Winlringhain, .: it
iirity,and his step has lost much of its elasticity a written answer'to my question as to the: of Gen. James.O.Cooper.,\, ': both Against George D.Miller.' Jkrt 1 thrp ...
bat this may be partly accounted for by the of Cardinal Wolsey be applicable., nature of thnt'allasion. In that question I did Officers commanding .Brigades, RegimentsBattallions. .'.rIlO IASJLED\V1TlJrr. j5heriff3of 9. t ..;j

fictof his frame not hating yet got rid of the to you- not ask him to say whether- he bud or not accused and Companies within 'the State, Duval county.. '0 # t

motion of the teasel. "Farewell," &c 1e"or opening two of his l letters,-I acknowledged are hereby required to'carry into'effect this or-:! Jacksonville, ,.June 30,<1849. tds i ,-, : : j ::1:1
remarkable change is in his voice having done but whether,he _-__- i _. : -M : .
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"The most The condition England and the' I der within the' limits of their respective cOmmands -- r r i.-t-- L \ l ri u 1 ,;' : : : t
it is subdued and faltering, and wants the. en- position had or not made imputation injurious to my and make returns 'to'lawiWiD.MOSELET. Shcrifl's Sale. \ .; < '. '.s .'j

erer. be recollected that Father Mathew' is the fish-hawk and the eagle : the eagle to "facts," and thug. leaves the.whole matter ns July49. lloct VT in tho'InfJicksonil1eonthe; j t 1'1
'59 of and has scarcely yet recov- which he it was before on the ground apparently that '4 first Monday 'next, '
Low years age, perched upon a height, from of Autrhst .between the usu il ;i\ ..,
ertd from a severe attack on his nervous system. can descend at time the one, of my notes was delivered- by a **boy :' and. Jacksonville Femule Institute*' 1 i hours of sale, lowing propertywit rt .'
any upon '* A -!
Seventy ago he would be taken for the ottier"in the evening." '' 5 Slaves '' a\ :U5 /a
years Committee of Direction have adopted Tenaj"raged >out year* Amy *
.nun ot 40 years of age. He has one feature hawk, and compel the relinquishmentof With his explanation to Col.Tons,I have nothing THE following regulatipiulTho _. '. bout 12, John, 7, Ix>uisi{5j-and-Thomav.aLevied' ; :
I his clear blue still undimmed. her to do further than to show from it his talent .
tnchanged- eye prey. scholastic year is to'consist of four terms ofon n'-08 lire:property of os1au.IUekman J
i meals the bright intelligence within. He ex- Theie is plenty of study in the way I for shuffling. .lie.told that.gentleman,that of eleven Weeks'each.Orthography deceased; and pointed .utbyLWllfl1

pre.shim-el:as delighted with the country and of European and Asiatic politics just the "cause of his removal was' thit he vwas a reading, writing and '.arithmetic Ilickman,oneof the Hxecutorsof ,deceased, ,. t' ,4 tV

j it&Cener!. He particularly pleased with the about this time and be extendedinto zealous DemoCrat,- ''While his successor wai a per term, $4,00: The above 'with1 English 'to satisfy a fi.(a. issued.ftom the Circuit-Coaife.of .
tiew of the bay,between Long Island and Staten may staunch Whig. Let,us apply this explanation cmmmar.and GeozrachY. cer termS5.00. Theabove ,Duval county, wt reiD: Vm.& ,administrator .
blind,as seen from Mr. Nesmith's house and the dog days. to the editorial paragraph the Republican: with the higher branches'' English i iueatio debonis fton-of JonnIiAllancedeo, ,-iatho '

compared it to the Lakes of Killarney. Yours, with respect, "It is not too late now,if our opponents are sensitive ,embracing.-\Jgebr G ietryBistPr1; ''Plaintiff; and Benjamin .I'atmmj..WjllumHickman '

WM. H. CHASE, Alaj. of Eng nee B. about the matter to ascertain .that will, natural,.mental.and,moral'Phjlosphy,,Botany, ;Isaiah D.. liartEx ct'wrsf1oa1u' ''
LRIrI Creal Earepc and mhether that removal hat been madef r cause" Rheton L Hickman deceased. are Defendants. Ji-jn 5C:\, ,. .
Chemistry Geology .
ENGLAND.The Chasefidd, near PensacolatJuntt 9, 1849. The idea of threatening the Democratic'party i and Evidences, Christianity,Astronoroy,,per term, $6,00 pc; THOMAS LEDW1TIIKSheriff ; if

cholera had again appeared in England with'proof that Mr. Pons was'a zealous Democrat Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer, in ad; : A of Duvaljcotinty.Jaoksonv'ille ,
Ail at P.r18 it was nukiug most frightful hutoc, AWFUL FATALITY IN Loutsi NL-We is an absurdity which can only hare been vance. "" I June 30.1849.t. jdi. ..

cpwards of eleven thousand deaths hating been have been favored by a friend with the concieved by a roan,willing toke any 'explanation The scholars will be under the car M1ntiIId4lion :- Ii
already occasioned by it, and in one day 900 of a'v gue'charge, blindly) made against 'of an experienced.female teacher. -{ ".: -. STATE OWLOB1D&. ,
new wes and 600 deaths were reported. following extract of a letier received in the reputation of another., : '* | Provision.has been made' for instrnetionjn: To lit..Jt'
Marshal Bugeaud and scver.vl other persons of. .Baltimore from Louisiana, which shows shall not enter into any argument with.Mr. Latin French,Painting and Drawingv and'Music -, Greag i ?
eminence have fallen victims to the scourge. an alarming destruction. the slavesin Drew; to prove my hon. ty orlUtenhOn'ID open for which additional charges' .will be made. YXTHEREAS h =Jk}: .tP i '

The cholera also raging fearfully in Silesia, that State :' ing letters 'addressed to him. I hate publicly The first term commences on. the 8th pfOcto- v9e ine for.Letters disaiizsoijrJF ran the : '

TietHM, P iex lur! and Alexandria and Cairo, declared that 1 did so from a: mistake, and the ber.neit. _- 4': ', .. .: tate of George Churdh-deceased,sT ereforc jail i
Egypt. Parish Ascension,June 18, 1849 denial of this by any one will be met in another Applications'for admission detO; be. 'made,< to" persons* interested are h'ey5aoti1edtofl1! ,. .

The BrUUV Government repudiates all sanction The cholera is sweeping off he black manner. But he has adduced a new fact whichI Committee. of Direct IC43MiiTTxx. I their-objectioBS/; -any.they have, totheijngofsaidLettetsiiitnonths su-

of the proceedings of the French Govern- population in great numbers. For instance : also dmit-that, I' retained one of his letters I ',' ,, .OT, DlKECTIOX. : after date, other* .- '1' J
went against Rocae. Dr. Duffel has lost 7 a few days 'I put it with a:dozen others in'my '. 'J.KDiIEL.LDrlLTD..H0LUNI wise said Lawrence Ryan, A.discharged 4 1 *.
PArliament is engaged in debating th e Canadian negroes, pocket intending send'it to his house;as he-: : by-virtizeotteseresent& __ _<*.. 5 j :'

Losses Bill,and it Jta occasioned much excitement M. Le Blanc 4, 'rrist 20, Kenner 34-, lived next door. to myself but'imme- ._ .!1 .. .' (A.3LREED,5;. WitnesatD1.tiame: andjseal of ,office, .

Mr.Gladstone has warmly opposedthe Doile 40. Minor, opposite this place, diately. It seems'much'more accordant: :with 'Tu.u" a -a. [r.L ..tfeislWth" June,. rJ849'f\1 ,,- .

bill: and Lord Job Bugsell in reply to some has lost 66 within a week. These are reason to suppose that'my' political enemies Ber" SWABT, I'; ...r", : 'i\VlL1 I"r.Clt'XDTR. 4
tlYn remarks, cturaeterHied them as ..injudicious would avail themselves a mistake which.they l' :.)uge orobate;Dca1u4t3
Lafourche Col.) Bibb has lost 74, Bish- Ja !1 .ql1.i7, .49. _. ; /
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sad calculated t e encourage the rioters Polk 64 and could use against me exaggeration ; by dis ., -, :, _. 11w" .49. -. .._.,.u...t c j *. / ,H
(Episcopalian) ; W :> t I. -.zl
op many -
f ia Canada. tortion-by cowardly insinuation behind my Mail 'A T. iD B" '- '- -
others in The victims haveno 1 "*<*- ". lt.t-lK *JO< :;',; .At1'iBlolsir torsN: oti a"t '
Smith the proportion.
O'Brien denies the legality of back and denial to my face,- than t should The RobiJai1Wednesday rries every Sunday and ,"" -' .. 4'. ie.iiSALB ,
action of the Government in commuting his sentence premonit symptoms. They arc have the idiocy to open intentionallyrwhile! 'ac-( by three:o'clock .-,andcIoaes: '. ..':: OF.REAL ESfATfilP -J"5C3 JJhrPrilp )1.f.J,' I -3
to transportation. taken with a weakness in the legs and ting as deputy-postmaster letters'of a rival and at 7:o'clock. ,
on Tuesday Friday mornings_ W I ,.Fij'ijiIil t'vjr,' 1o ;
The rot has made its editor and after retainipg them as long as I saw; .
potato again Appearanceia in two hours they are dead! They in The Southern Mail arrives on Monday flhidTueedayjnigbtsaud uRSu T1b .qh i -ii 1':f' ori'rif ;: ':
Ireland. fit, coolly return them to him person. In alluding clos and :;
The bill for the abrogation of the Navigation have neither diarrhoea nor vomiting.It .- last week to the fact that Mr. Drew had at 11 o'clock on! Sunday_, inesday'mornings r ,b !o. >f Duval Coimty'of thfcf date, ririnoffer ; .* ... 'A

lawi has passed the House of Lords without is awful to see bow they drop downin opened two'of my letters 1 did not intend to: The;WesteruMai1iI due.on: ./Tnesdayand! l t. for sale :ttt'public.' :4rzctioop? the firsts i

,, arterial amendment,And has received the RoyJunction. the field' : at one time perfectly well ""offset. em,"' as he_ says, against my mistake. .; Friday,jnorningsfiy; .3'o'cloct'\ and::closesjo"n )IQuday_"-_ .p.r .:lIe xt: -- n :allhel&hialowing :: '

It goiU into effect on the Let of and hearty, and by the time they are It'was merely to show how naturally that mistake -;, ,Sunday,and Wednesday: mornings'atl t;o'clock. ,hours a1etate or Shri-s : Described.o -' 'I I :.
January was coin ui!it ted. That convenient r ofEhiz4jcllondcceaedone '
next. memory l
The Mail frpm' Nassau Court.,House arrives .
FRANCE. carried to the house they are no more. *" hich_ _'_rec&llected" 'eveiv-_ circumstinee' acrainst' on e erv.,, .Tuesdav afternoon.&nd closes on'Snn. J : ".'thir.ti1 1 r l4nd.Q. I
,I.On Wednesday, thc13tb, an incipient insur- Every morning there are-a number reported me, but;; was actually; 'taxed"or to recall the fact davmormngattt'Ode--.- ,-, ; ---" -,----...,-., : ----.-- -- 'orless jiiat'ed O:tfJe'S'tIJ h'iiS B1eii'Dtt :4 '::i

I notion was detected in Paris. About 25.000 of dead on the different pla tations. of 'his having committed the same 'mistake, 'MARK'UTT Postwuter.> .,' I val': u:4 oieI1 h Socit1ithd}rs h : :

4e followers of the Mountain Party were en5 This morning there were three at MeCall's seems to have proved treacherous, and.ow d. JacksonvUleJuly749lsIrrR '-J 1ia3" rE1ea i't.A iC' &( ; iuJi I "SL .
PS Un it, headed by M. Elliege Aragobut it rather too much :He'has'alluded to third letter )oh'U'ei'l' Korthranelsold 'b' 't .t"'n
':] tMMomptly suppressed by the troops. The or.e at Dr. Duffel's, and eightout to:.which I made no reference.. Dot there J 4IeIt I. 1ft.I.I.. Court. jbit ni" r Cl '
'' kale number of the insurrectionists was sup- of twelve fat Dr. Brunner's. 1 will are'-two others. One '13 addressed'to me byname .c .J..; "' :'> '-'.,lr ih zv .bdng" i1e ; ;-J3 3f .

lad'to be 70,000. Beteral attempts were say no more on this subject; it is too and the other, as editor.of the News," Peter Beutt. .Adaiuilktrator- 1' Ian!oWned 1t''L ) 'tgY'he.'q't; 'c ts1deE1iii1

, erect barricades during the evening but awful to dwell!1 upon. As yet, rio white the latter being the one which he received front'" "Fr i fs' 1t a tf ';} 11. : S' 'i" "' tc" 1I'1.'8itW.<" t 'f:;la;..tl1e'DiutJiIQt .
tke St. in enclosure to himself. n& I..unf1'1U ell; In'Chaacery, x ue .d .reu t ofc'wlltg
ftPJere Invariably frustrated by promp- Augustine an ; fl.w'uw
!e of the military authorities. The.AssemKj persons have been affected on the toast. The whble'case is 'now'Before the ''public. Benj..A: utnamEzfCnLor : Af1' tmentofdebts* : of deceased. .
declared itself en perttumeMe,and ,alteedeclarirg What are they to think of a man who evades'all !' LPr'it1ckectt f al; '-.tK'. / A ALEXANDER W CRHm TO #
Paris to be in a state of siege. BOSTON, Jane 26, 1847. means of giving saltisfactton for'atf'i'njory' "pne : TifERE48iby..Ord. .rientereaon f Aain>7|. r finiM -0ochtJacksorivale J .- j : -4

\I '%Thirsday the alarm'had considerably sub.1e42and Immense to another. What are they to think of;a!ihan YIL, the siSth day oJuq849theuzderm FebrnarylOthj-lSiia. j
The Fire 'in the Forest who the 1 signed.was appointed to take and state 1.El-b.2-t. ".( '':,15PbL : :
1. business, which was entirely suspene objects answering a proper request,on ; among -4- -rA' -
tte day previous was very generally renew- Destruction of Property.-We have,St. ground that one of my notes,was:delivered by a other,things, an'accout:of the Debts,owing by I7.T aboeeipostponed to die jrd .-

V *At one time the peril was imminent that there John papers of yesterday, by which.we "boy?' and the other. "In thveni! g." What are_ the Estate of Peter Mitehel, deceased;:i ,.-'*; .Monday May next apr7. :
**libe a repetition of the terrible scenes coned 'I l learn' that the large fires in the woods they to'think of*man whose convenient memory :,Now, therefore,.in:pursuance of said.Order, >-w 1F!oi. "iffaf, ,i> J-! 4""*J? '.. : .
with the insurrection of last July. The should'r all the slightest incident* in''relation Notice U'AertlJ,gives to;aI\'clalrmngto ;) f jTha'boteonaylnJply aleisppstj.. ,to* .ther.first "
unabated violence.A .
If r commeneed in a demonstration on 'the were, ranging' with. to my opening two, of his letters,1 but'which"had be creditors. of 4the (JUtafre of,the..Baid.Peter .f:1J.t }'tt1t. .. .3' .J ?. :

. I W,ef the Red Republicans which was got up letter from St Andrews, June 19th, ''actually be "tax d"in, order. to. remind him Mitchel deed,produce their Claims and make AdBliDis'tr t Bailee .:

> pretext Numerous arrests hate taken says that the whole village at New that he had,,committed a similar'mistake-in p thereof;\ ,j before nie,f;at,;in the ..
0 r**.including several members the AssemM. River; including Messrs.Fry & Fa nham'd opening three of mine) I shall write no more City ors Augustine,.on or before.the i th jilayof :SIX MONTHS'afterdaVeIsh'airprSentmy i ;
. ; ,M.Artgo and Ledrn:Eollin being among des about this subject,"having determined to look OctoberCnex .and(.that in,i fauli theffof, ; co t1 .!vpucherSjJ gt4qp.fIla.. 4 '.7,,
. extensive saw mill, ;j.udge of Prpbate,for. h.e.Count 1 4 c
be .;
'l2aber. The latest accounts,represent Par- upon the cowardly insinuator ot a'slande'r} as they-will: precluded;fit 'Jie]) p < the .
. ,U t tt b!entirely tranquilfMreported troyed by the raging, element, together uppnanfissa8gjn/i ; upon onetwho hasorfetedall' Pc1eeto! nudetHerejn.1"i 1 tt t'J '1"fit"tfi i :v4***|y i elJ.f iff *"r fCv.J O31 mJCOiH jfcC.4tmt-UmSmi5sion -

that theCity of.Bheims Is in fnll with large quantities.of lumber. More claims be treated as'an honorable member. o.n--1.>"IP.. ..,. jUr l11 .1 ;. '* ,.*as Adniawtratbiyjfroia. 'thel A-..*1.fwmiam. *a!it of 1 '
- '.- lIE Thomas-deceased 'ftttd, tic, '
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1J rrection. and that it has established a Bed than 100 persons were obliged to fly to ofcistZ.; I ,hereby given wjaijW- .cqnccj that
3I .bIicq GocnLmeDL the beach for safety. The fire, isnow '4UGTUs,9MTa1T; June_30, 1849!: ' ,4:1: WoetJodielml .,/. I I t. iJiiJi1& a orojtin'd utu.oiaauL1 i ., .'.
the ,. ,. te.I ;
ht! Socialist and Bed Republican jour- sides and'other ,01.' ": : ---.p' "' .i m4d oii--,:tUrotWiUp, .
both .
7 bursting out on :. St."8ele.ollolll Tai Collector "
ris hate been except the ,Clrtali .irtnrit.Conrt: .-
suppressed ?Ra.ra Thomaa t T1e'.iB .
1 a mills have 'fallen a1 to' the SALE. .. ....' .. ,..., _.\ ,-, It ;.
saw < prey (o, ,. $5 .. I ,. vv .
3 'rOO I I _&___i_ _L___ > "Jth :4.of r"t..P.. :' .iuW-. 01. J. ,.>.1'1.4" ." '.I;R4s; i
: ITALY. name*. :u yen .noDomsiown, wuere By virtue of the power vested in me by law, Joseph M.Hernandez, Executor'. PofRobertMqUi'dyj4 1 Adm1nstrntororni.O,4homs. ;

**** Rome we learn that the French army eight large ships are building is ia great I:;hivei levied pionFandriH expose fcr ; JJ t HCb' j 11 NewnansvilleLAprn23.t849r. .. 60) ., .. '. .
- I*"***! an attack on the 30th of May,and of destroyed .The de -. sale at Fort Pierce,"(there being no Court' IousIntkunty' V- .;vs. #% anCU1Whipple"At -- ---Tfu. --' -- -T- -1- '- .. ';
t ?t**sanguinary engagement,,ittj which the danger being of St.Xucie,) in th6'otintr of St.Lneie. b'i Administrator" -' f .f"lJ 't ,V 'ca: IDtTl.f f= .
'is .
3I' 1 J* Mlost. eight hundred men they succeeded truction,of farmhouse,:graini. ; &c I /"Florida,bnvMohday..2"2d>...- day of' October ? :A A of Shearman'et'al t'al:.. J. 'I t.t, ,.,o!ADwbo.H ; '" hasthadeyct4eardpej.. i '
r' JJryiag several important-posts. A seriesi very great. : ,'A: D''1849:''between1 ue'1usua.'hours of ,Orderduly) 'entered on ee sc rrrroUnL ;
IS?**followed in which the advantages are .,. sale,' the:'following' described;.tract oflahd,} r' on v840, the undersigned ttV. :i i' iuinishing it reside in FlorMa Ja d-tI.'tJreI"iah .- j ,1.

2J *fcy both parties,,but in'which'the invaf NEW OELEANS, July 4-5, a. m., I '$' thereof,'as.will pay the State and Connt was appointed to take:and:state,among : s ,cnak c} 'i-l .m ,
f f .arm,[kas suffered most. The French"ps:9Ib1i8h ..Taxes; asEessed'thereon'ror;the'j cartl847;, .J other &things account of the debts owing by YouijJIies or'to. J: tiooikii 111r": 1i r.L :,
: conflicting .account*,'which.';were i Col Du.nean, Inspector, General, pf and 1848. unless the taxes thereon'and. the'costs the Estate -Robert UeBardyv Ieceased:. ]r.f i.x4ili..whickidfiicielt, encouragement.p
we4.P to the*th ust. It is clear however, the Army, died yesteidayjnMpbie;; < are paid before'the'day of sale, to wit f An Is-i; ,uNpw,"therefore, in p rsaanc? ot said XJrder, will be given hettp.establish%pchool for Foung .j' '

.:Ge!.Oudinot had not then gained access, 'The'cotton .Corn':aod.Sugar :crops, land containing 3,600.acres of land;lying,and i AVicsu, ,;to.U persons claiming tb Ladies, ifhlchiwiltbe anghtr ail the Bra nches ,
hatcyer, in*the' bf. called be Creditors Dt the state-fof ibesaid4iobertMcUaJydecd.jjtptoduco '
11etty. Tfiereisno appearance,1"he Tex- : being said'Jconnty St.'Tiucis/1 ; ofa"wmpleie"EducaUoatbgetherMushvFjFeheh ;
"er promising'throoghput .
I 011 the part of ; Romans. t pOEaMANY. :rf -quite* '- .1 1* 'U11I'J: f'as. "Marr t'8.Island!;'situated: edr'Ca e J'C; tJave 'thir\Clalniaind: Paintinglmbr6idery: Sc.erences I B' i .
II r '"t k# ; 1 j V in the'BiVerYs'tfr Indian Biver pinntwi make proof therwf :before ae,'at my0fficevtithe ,
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> her ,
I1' ?' *, file Cholera, it Va ..,refM'rtea,t1itd.. to Don Juan. McIntos1i\bjr 1i Spanish'U vbr. .City=of,,&:Augustine, .beor.tJa.:4t iyLea, as er.Jfl.Y7.gaD'n.A: ,., 8ucoes31ud| :itosK cajpajw. !iUt7" tengigeher 4
tdan General issned'a I \y
has proclama- t.
1'i broke out the Camanche Indians; I 'men.. th e'{ ,.8'1.r' :Iji tib'e y'"&. i .SpS/.and, da'of.October,nezndbain DeCaU1kthCT,9t services the
the among give iLni9rmlIonc3fl
ito IIung. itf 'whielfhe informs ; ,e 1IJO can :abovB
h Jbenf fit of
bv.deix fr t
measure..l andlatd'offlO saidMclntosh' ; precluded! mi> '
ftatifthey do boTtubm\& ;and:lay; dewn 'aVd?iheywere. "'ying'in everydirectionanjc ,.' :J:V1d1hW dDeb1t8 7/' iU be' the Decree tb be: made therein. -" hUb li'pt : s' PJ! r. rffl' 'Ja.UieJdJt 1 :

}. they must take the consequences, "P ?-'*' "-':,--.: <."...,v *"*r' ... r.'f" tf''" *"rt t leon .bythe plat and/survey!'thereof j which; .: g-.n":. ..."";.."hf.'r-.fft-. .Ad--,P.,,,) L '1uiw3O,1S49 '.. 3- r,6J1. t e'_...u.f1''d',1II n" .''. I. 'Iugi '
t auarriTed atPeath;;and has been re- :: 'said. 3,<500 acres ire'assesf e4*In"eald. St Ludecoanty"ttfJohnH.McIntosh ,L-n .fhn.r iat. iP1J1itftf1'JT if i- !' 'rr H*.*}1f1'ti 7
J8?i the capital as'President,of the IlepuVtjJea : ;T jJJ jj il T ef red ,._ .. ;-:I.'li : . ;, 4' '. .t4oet. 4: 'GsrniP1Ailmi. p"v 'I

>r dehim4e4IZi41 .A1nDII1t.-dae fear Taxes for i847,'!22.27. i rorutiIj. A.M.KEED.j..t : Fi
rind sixty,thouea : $* ** i j n n TTi" .;. ,
Inl&Z' : _
t strnggltfis5 ." ; -- '
now 3t
retolotionory ) i. t Uaililj. p
2 a ;1( 4 ,
10 -* SJ..V <- :-w i thirty-nine! gold,dollars! have beeiieoluW :dr r-ttA\h 11l J' ,, .13.t. 41NE BUGGY';aod,,URZiE8S2eriIa _-_____.; ': .: 4f, -.,.rA 9 t
.cPi4e.f Prussia tis left Berlin to5 taker .t 9SSthilUi : 'F 1iNS. r glo.&iUt b !
4. Mbe&lntl :Phiradelphia f ,,fPr'fP' \ JUf( OJ.IiBRAYTON. ': --low..A..J-.w.. ', !' : : .
r ?*vf( Srniy oft he BWne;;.and! f BadenDemocaraU '. '; :1'feeiiny cojn js yery:'ylfsretdmircd Tax Collector avdAssessor of.8. Loueie.Co. 'tt" v-i. ?ii:3; : .5t .t\. .I't 1 i J9.JO dr q 'aUli.toiii ;

... '. :' I aNJ, fl.viIL11o are for it'beau tv nndicorif) enience.' ::wjuty 14184V.44:1, : 'U. #W" >&it.1 Jackaoaville,!June 23.484 -i Ir-llM\JI.rI "' :
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;? :r ILL their sCbttbofjBfRfoipnie to the large cedirrstr et4i tow1Yprk' ) compIaint. left be.rnnd an''bOttl1sb
States .
.: V bnlding -I 4 .ra& isicetoredt 2a4
known as the tGl* eltea itl:BuJldlng. They I sTtioUgb4ftm3ghtd i
ll $ *
a,4 baJTe added to th tilo by U'*late arrivals sheii s rftittfnibr1 ofmMdi 6"w .
3E' PENEIONr t. from New York,a fall assortment of Dry Goods, ( '& ,) iUo fi fevers jrio-'gooxi ritlotalyl YoartTtSSSL
) fl .1 : d first MoncUj In June nc.t L 'C19 k, 4J1r' coupy TORTNMHOVSE : Wflt ; l. s ina383Sttw
repreparedto8eU CED4J.1ovl4c1 I taY144. 444
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c.v in Jacksonville ,
:, ,4. w ) exh11ition and, I' ,
Separate rooms will be fitted tip/or the ac- ,VI. 1 ti ; r ., ? v A UA-UAjplgg, .'jLhW**
i* Ihey arc prepaied to Ottons, ;
np prciuse
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Lads and Qjq .GREAT-FEMALE S
eommodatton pf Missesfwherethey
: ; V young llk tnt ohdi'du Of tbet'Tatli &ii SOiDlCU
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I will be instructed in the"Elementary and ittvices.a Y fli. rj. 41' f 'tSIT ?

1jjc: 4. ... higher.branches of'im English;and-classical $ Xa : Tites 1iq ii& j 11i$ yfl ; if; &; s land speJcurenec
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-4j ;. 4 Education, and young men Will be fitted
W' : ;c College or for professional life, in the Latin and rkey4J1a1' l ik or articI-U bf WrougTitf Iron' i mbraeing'.some t:THOUSANDS J different

r' ; :t : Greckclassies, andjin the .Philosophical"and*' S rctf.uP1 cati'theattehti 'p.triand r olorrngs and prnprising eteryj
n& i : Mithemati sciences.. nof Planters. thing desirable; in the line,' FOREIGN and. .-miia1EDICI j'jJ 5. '
.} I Ai4&iigeairaeuhai; : ; 1ack5o2iYiI 1846. tf DOMESTIC. aiU3,ttresi t piictIj9f J &t1zn az 'p
::1 .2. Tuc TSAR trill bediid1intoonr quarters, ji'- .t iU, .All of which are onTeted7fp>sale fpjtcash, or s Ter. ycrI4' bO9rate gO $ 'i bU'frv. '

;; .. .1 of about 12 weeks each, with intervening vacations : satisfactoi.New m ThQSQ wihve used it theIfl81TC! 0? dons aift .
REJD fl1. ; r v a 44VBI tftcuUhu:
r' : The(lay will hare two sessions: the first, bth Lt1q onceq qp

: from 9 to t2M.and: the.second, from 3 to 5 P. 1. AisLntIj oi,hand_af well assorted : cqPA farther'evfdcnTO of its great'valueof The'btalth' ituence.nervelessness.

i: : H. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to st kot'' '"- t. w 81eieceW d aTipei7 d13 thoustndiihtsjfceenrperftrtlyLJrjesiU( >r. d tv,? ,;otthe.flenia1e fra eVirMScIt

eA : :?' zeroises in English composition and declamation. Groceries Provisions Dry Goods apd manyof tlin are jt?P onae ,this;mtficM>ben Ua'pther remedjlea jha efelled. -iiea
rlts.operation.Js.nb .simply suspend
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k. : antnottbe found eIaewn'e willnotibr.expecled ofiresed -
,L After the first term,nc pupil will be receivedzcept ,- Hardvye, Crockery*Set,. viz# iPrmt: d list ftpricescorrec, r theUis.eks\forrimetbnt '*1ir urify* h'eTiygtemand delicate ai3atptQ etf '
*: a at or near the beginning of the session, Superfine Flour,in bbls and J bbls;v' : day to day, the rnrket perfect cTcob w

La;. '.2 and no pupil for less than one' term. ;Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers ; are placed an* the hands of.buyers.-f*' ,."j'T ;? ? nMiI2'reathe on:the i'cansea-treatment-i jt_ -* bunde4s 9rcase2 baTe been epej nd ,ureoffeycrand
TNItI.I. Iftms,Bacon, Pork,F Oeef Pickled Tongues; irchau&swi1lb. able, to form, some idea of, a L
r-- --"-rT'i > r-; j H t ; j-----; b
: v Reading,Writing and Arithmetic, 0,00 Mackerel, Codfish/SalfcRiceiCv4:? the extent andvariety or onr assprtmentvrbenWe | d ersIffrked ;y weakfic ind, general debilit1Uffe2DgCQnhiUUlJI

0 m&hernglishstndLes -, 8,00 Goshen. Butter, Lid; Cheese White Beans, state, that (the value,of ur/usual stock'of witt

.. ? hev; Philosanlitaa and Classical studies, 10OGit .. Irish Potatoes- this ojERTCLE, i&at.lcaet twj hT1dUO of.our.largest the difficu bain kiwwntiedicine

: One half the price of tuition,according to the Sperm Oil, Candl" tbe eitire r stock of dry gcIsusually l ep t stifyng'to great haseffeced

( .;' studiespursued? will be expected in advance: Green andMuscovado BiacketflcEJa Coffee; wholesale jobbers5 TbSfICt 1 to '. efficacy of this mediciiie, -,caq".b eu, on appUcation ,- 'hit&niiIdddesthbed

; P4:; ; ; and the balance at the end of each term. Sugar, N 0 Molasses; gcther with, the fact. thai our .means" .>-ildojir to 'fl & .

1v Board wjll be provided in Town at reasonable Stuart's Refio jloafy Grashed pBd'PuJv.erked attention, instead of Deirig'diYidedanibng4 Vast: .. a v -i ** ? CO4 farsawmrt

? : rates per month, for Pupils;from the country Sugar;, -..< > ,_., ?; I variety;o f articles,'.are devoted.wh'oUy jj to o N'EJ Asents for Jacksonville o andJacksonville vizZ. have me. In a short period It'rerncy

:eT., .t ; and Parents and Guardians, who may desire Brandy,Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpenj- .'will rendejpjthe adyanfages'yhiclL,we can offer, ><. -. >-;Feb:24'/1849:_ : ,, y, nt' plaints ,and restored her to hea6Keraterul
r ki.; e to avail themselves of the facilities of this tine; : f todealcrs.perfectly; obyions;.And it,sKall b" ' S ? .,- -,' ,forfthe .benefits stracthtdg1
Institution for the education of their children London Port Madeira and that D R.,TOWNSEND/S* coojpEXrIt4c.! tdisasure
: / 4I1 Porter., ,. Chainpa'gue. Our care .none wiqjisii our establishment InIthusacknbw11gimg
,;;4' t: and: ttkert, may be assured that no exertion Wine;,- > ? -J > "f'" rf shall meet Vith7anydisap mtmentlJ. : $ABSAPRZ'4'1 mending it iothe public

.::! rM' will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and Cordials, Confectionary'Preserves, &cl ,0ur assortment -is'complete all,s'easonsofthe This Extract is:;put up igwarfj lottles' .- li is M. D.MOORE,'cor. of Grand', 'LJ'

: 'i progress in knowledge of all who..may be 54 Complete Assortment of Dry Goods year. LEE,; JUDSON & LEE. six times cheaper,pleasanter and warranted 1 'Albany.Aug. 1844. "'* >

i. I...c entrusted to the care of the Principal. Calicos; Ginghams Muslins' Bonnet and Taffeta- P. LEE, formerly"of the ,firm of penpr to any *spldiJ" It'c.resdi8eseswithdM I Tb'MOTHERS<> .1ND MAR1EDJJJy

hZ&D ,;'. I;.-.' RUFUS K. SE WALL, Principal Ribbons; : ': Lord &,Lees, and late.senior;partner of the original v omilzpurgingiiecenflOTdefrhtatflg) the ja'J I

;: : N. B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to Sheetings Shiringb4h'hnd unbleach'd firni,of,LeeBrewster, from .which con tient,and particularly adapted'for a / < iFALLiAND rai d 'inreteiiice
provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommended. Irish Linen. Bishops and Lawn nection he withdrew'some time has' '
Diaper, Long ;, ago,, resumed '4 WINTER MEDICINE., $o emalvJio blia reinto
[Republican copy.] Cambrics.'Jaconet.Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; business ,in connection with .Messrs.Lee&. The;gr atbeautyand' supeViorityriof Bar Iitshould

F May 19, 1S49. tf Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders;' Jttdson, and assures his friends,that>tbe new] ,aariUa.over,all (6tHer remedies' it'eradicates proa lieglect to thk itIiS ft 1 c'erj'
Tickings. Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; concern shall have: ,the same, pre-enii encein' '3 disease, it invigorates the 1bpdyj yentjve for oT a

: iL'r Tax collector's Notice. Wine white and brown, Linen .Drillfor, pants, this branch of trade, which/formerly! distinguishcd consumption cured S .any lA thnumeiodjnrsn1dictat

tke; a'? }..3 TIKE UNDERSIGNED Tax Assessor and & &a, &c the. other two houses to which, he be;;- -cleanse and strengthen, ; tim flife.ieyeral.y ,,a This period I li'
::: 1 .a for the of Duval State Umbrellas Silk. Ginzha'm. and Cotton in steel .June 25 may *
t : County longed. 1847, 2y ( i:' *. '. .: {consumption be.cured, ., ars.byusing this
;' / : of Florida, hereby gives notice that he will attend a whale bone frames; /' > bronochitis, consumption liver complaint, ', less-valuable
j Jbr'thweswhov
; ferf. at the following times and places, for the Hardica re'$: Cto/7ery Kriiyes, Scissors, Razors; manufacturers7 Supply Store. colds coughs catarrh, asthma, spite '. womanhood 'as it is calculated are'VptrcidW
; tsd'
g. of the Revenue for the State Nails Stats'Knives and Forks
( purpose Hinges, Spoons, ,tiug'ofblooilsoie essifltI chest, ty.quickening the.blood,
,' : j t for the year 1849, vii: T &.Trays; OSCAlt SCHENCK, & CO., heet.ic'fiush, night sweats difli-' systeni. Ii ndeedj'thiV.medicine and'intigbrtliBzfftr ;

4:7: ; ;. :,.' 3 At Samuel Thompson's Store, Black Creek', Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchet;'Saws; No. 132 WATER STREET, COKNER OF PINE, . ,cult or profuse expectoration ,. all the-diseases to"which iromcn Invklaauil are BTiBjett***.
on Tuesday, the 19th June, inst. Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles and '
pain ,- ,. Itbraccsthe; whole
: .' .' It Darling C. Prescot's Store. Clay Hill & & NEVYO Bit i >ystcmrcnett8Mra
4-t1M v : on &, cntly natural
'. # Wednesday the 30th June, inst. Afew RifiIowpricea-PowderFlasks.-. :. DEALERS IN have and '' "' ; energies-by VenmingHf:
of the
; :' At William Thomas' House, Thomasville, on A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. Col ten, Woolen, Silk and Carpet ITIannfncturcr can be impurities jbbdv-pof eo tar SUI1j1'

.:i tb: Thursday the 21st June inst. Boots' Shoes-Meirs,>Vomen's and Children's *' Article, : .cured. tibni-whrclTis the systcn as, to he produce _setient) ii ;

,: At Lawrence Ryan's House, St.Johns Beach, .. Boots and Shoes) of all kinds. therp } case ofmpst mediciiicS! Ul| ,
that.habeenso ,
> MANUFACTHRER3 OFWEAVERS' Probably never was a remedy s for (emnle.weaneEsand'djease. *' 4 *u"
ruoffe' : : .on Saturday.the 23d June, inst. A variety of Fancy Articles,Perfumery, Medicines successful desperate cases of DISEASE OFTHE'
et At Col.John Broward's House, Cedar Creek, &c.Jacksonville. REEDS, HEDDLES, as this; it cleanses and strengthens the TUIE'AXD 'DROPSY.i RE4R'RVP'

to ; vNRi ; en Monday the 25th June, inst ,April 10}1848. ly BOBBINS, SPOOLS, &c. system, and appears to heal the ulcers on the WxoEgJl :
: At C. 8 Emery's Store Mandarin Wednesday 2JS

lungs and the patients gradually regain.theirusual DB. "
.: TowNSEci) r.JDfcr Sfr's 31y.itetii
the 27th June. inst. Columbia Sherifl's Sale.WLL .
for the sale of the latest
Agents improved health and
strengths been 6licted
V-r ; !: At the Court House, Jacksonville, on Thursday be sold before the Court House door, j ..with, a disecse of tlieiap '
the Town of SHEARING AND NAPPING MACHINES, CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.Therejs with a terrible rupturefor over fler '
Friday and Saturday, the 23th, 29th and : Alligator, Columbia Co., ,
; pv: pair 30tb, inst. on the'first Monday of Jnly next, between the WOOL PICKERS, CLOTH WINDERS, scarcely' ;a dAypseut there area the greater part of Ihe time. *&BV UM IK i'

: ;M: ;::1 A. A. CANOVA, usual hours of sale,'the' following property, to REGULATORS, SATINET WARPS., &c number of case's; of Cdrisuiuption' .fcporteU as troubled Shortness breath and great flif.

4 :t,. ;. :,, Tax Assessor and Collector, Duval Co. wit: Lot No. 25, rnning one hundred and'fifty .-Sperm, Lard t and:Olive-and Oil- JOils. cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's SarsapaHlla.' teringof the heart,which has been verrfi?'
vi Jacksonville,June 2d, '49. 4t feet ((150)) on second and third'streets, and one March The following was recently received: tressing, and. iaV: frequenOybeen .CDS" ti'leave'
.-. ij --- hundred and ten feet ((110)), on Magnolia and 1849. 2m ,JB. TOWXSENP-? ar. ,Sir..* For the last "her"beaThe",ropfure' yas cfy, Tatj

:,.z : AdmlaI.tirIx ZetIce- Cherry streets and'Lot No.'thirty six((36.)run- LAST NOTICE three years, I have becn'Afflictcd'with'g'eneraldebilityand and severe She tried alnsost every r : ; l.. ,. .
2 & a:'?;L. I p.m: MONTHS after date I shall present my ing one hundred and fifty' feet ((150)) on'third ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERS rierVous consumption'of'the -last; such .cases'witU'but! little"benefit:

; '4: ': $ SIX and vouchers to the Hon. the and fourth 'streets, and one hundred and ten i TO UNDER.THE ARMED 'OCCUPATION, stage,and'did not expect ever'gain my health had>token, uOifee| J>dttlfsp 7oijr jv .

':. i Judge of Probate of Columbia county for a final feet ((110)) on' .Magnolia,and Cherry street, situated .. ACT.-The undcrsigned Agent of the Interior at all; After going through a course of medicine medicine she'was entirely relieved' oftie't&wi

settlement and discharge from the administration in'the Townof Columbus in Columbia C will attend at the following; places, on the days, under,the care of.some of,the,most distinguished bf the> irtand.the'; --' ; "

;.; '..'. of the Estate of John C. Smith, late of together all the'buildings and appurtenances specified below, tqjakej and receive proofs by regular physicians and members of the tirelyjdisapbeared. ? n
: T aid county; deceased. thereon; also the interest Francis Jones,I desposhions.before him in relation to th'e set* Board of Health in, New York and elsewhere, She"ha"s alsp'h'a'd the'dropsyj and 'was''

: : : ELIZABETH SMITH. in the'said town'of Columbus being six shares tlement and,occupation of all persons 'who'obtained and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. "We had "to idea1 that si' cei

. ;.; z: ; .. 'By A 1'.. ALLEN, Ag>t. thereof; also the interest of Francis Jones, in I permits under the act of Congress"enti ."to regain, my health, and. reading be so benefited*,*.as*-A'I.---she b.ad8nch'*; -a-Ji. _a*--eou3pl "

:' ; June 16, 1849. 6m the toll .Bridge, at Columbus, being six shares tied 'An act to provide for,the armed 'occupa in some papetofyour.Sarsaparilai) resolved ptdisscs.: it inja

: 3 thereof., Levied upon as the property of the lion and.settlement pf the.unsettled part of the .to try; it. After,using six bottles I fpundit pear, relieved lie jpf'the'dfopsy.1 1ti

i'7. : rn' ? Land for Sale. said Francis Jones, to satisfy a fi. fa., issued I Peninsula of Florida" approved 4tn August done me great''good, Wd called"to'see ' that, this statement,is sp strange1: to aiai
;ig.; .. ;s: FOR SALE,between nine and ten thou- from the Circuit Court Benton,wherein Luke 1242, and who were)occupants under that 'act, your,office j jwith-your advice I kept on, and do almost lite*l fictionj'jbutjt is: neveri.v,. 3

;: sand acres of Land, situated in Nassau Moore, Administrator of the Estate of Lester and the act amendatory thereof,approved June: most heartily thank ypu.foryour advice. I persevere reality. Your Sarsaparilla is'; ertala1y.frF

j .Ja :: County, partly near Nassau and partly near St.Mary's Crook, deceased, is the JPlantiff' ,*and the said I 15th, 1844, and who settled or occupied under: in.taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been L uable mc'dicinej vend should be'usedIj eti
Francis Jones and able to attend to usual labors for that, is's'nffe'ring'as'disbelieve
Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman Peter K. Bailey;are'the Defendants. said act, and did not voluntarily relinquish or: my the last one

'. .4, I Grant The .above is heavily timbered pine JLevymade by Thomas II.Fitzpatricl: abandon the same, but continued to resfde on four months, audI hope blessings pf God tbsacount1they.sITe ?
situated former Sheriff, Columbia1" tyc' said and your Sarsaparillato continuemy health.It .-. call at my hcuse ahd have ocular d ncnstr Kt
% I land, conveniently upon water courses, frontier south of the line dividing Town '

,?. :' with the exception of about five hundred acres A. A. STEWART,Sheriff. ships numbers ,piue and ten, south and.east pf helped me beyond the expectations of all that :i ours.respectlully ... ,,
.1P1': .. :;; of heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary's Alligator, May 26, 1849. ,' 6t: the base,line specified in the act of 1842,'there knew ,. CHARLES. QUJMBY.' ; a"S'r: TOWSltIJanie.

0 ; ; ..;: : River. The whole or any portion will be sold : ., by aiding to effect'the objects of said act, viz: S. Orange.'Essex Co.N.?J., Aug., IS41?. -. .'.
y..t .. aeap for cash. Apply toe IVotice.ALL At Newuansvillej Alachua county on 'Mon-i Slate ojNewJf.rseyj;.Etsex,Cdvntytss.-Chas.Quiniby. '- pYSPEPSY. :. ; .
.. .:, WILLIAM HICKMAN. 'persons indebted to Messrs. Palmer & y.7thMay.. .being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or niedidinV'h&i ever

::1: : : Jacksonville, March 17, 1849. tf. Ferris,mortgage, bond, note, or other At St. Angustine, St.Johns' county,on Tuesday -:; his bath saith, that the foregoing statement is cd which so nearly ,resembles the' gsthejwe5orsalivaiudceonq6sin
!3 7 'wise, will please take notice that the undersign 15th May. true,according to.tne,,best oi'uis knowledge!and feed and strergtHthe.organs

4r :: i'if Notice. ed is authorized.. collect and settle the same.. AtPilatka, Putnam county.on.Tuesday 22d belief. CHAS.. QU1MBY. tof digestion ita ihif pf ej ntfaSarfapanlla
Immediate attention Sworn and subscribed to before meat ,. It Cines
.4 r d" THE SUBSCRIBER has leased the to this notice'becomes ne May., Orange. ijpsitiyely eTerjr'edyspepsia )

; b: llouse formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on: cessary, as Mr. Ferris is about to remove from .At Mellonville- Orange county a, on Tuesday : the 2d August, 1847., CYRUS BALDWIN," how'evcr severe or ehronifc r.
a. the State. Suits will Justice of the Pence BANK DErAETJtEj Ai lM5
brought at once, in all I, 29th Arr
I j. B*y street, (known as Hart's old Boarding, May. .
.. House.) and is now prepared to accommodate: cases where prompt. attention, ; to tho' above is At,Ocula. Marion county, on Monday, 18th ,. DTows-Si Ihayebeen$1
neglected. TWO CHILDREN HA V.R.D. for,,Beveral s years 'with dispepsia in V.
? j.1. ; e any who may see fit to patronize him/ond assures June ,
PHILIP FRASER, Very few.families indeed-in, fact have /orm,attended:with sourness fsin':
them that will be to : At Lake Lindsay Benton ye
no pains spared en county on Monday '
I ,;' :tI. .r. I sure their comfort A commodious stable Is attacked .' r .Fetu. ,25th"June. ,not heard of one ]lhatt used Drl Townsend'sSarsapa'rilla of appetite, extreme Iic t6TirIi/aid$J
May 2g 1849. 4t fin time lost'aiy children the all kinds I'pffpod and',$z4'what.I
to the establishment, and every attention ,, <4tt> At Fort Fanning'Levy county, on Monday past > ,:
'Ia ,
9th summer, while those that did not sickened and ,( could etiLhaTebe mib1et lM.
will be paid to the horses of those travel ;
; 4 Parker's Patents, fr Improve At ( died. ,The certificate we. publish below; is conclusive but a small portion,on my stomaeln' Jtrp W1.usual
k. lers who may think. proper to stop with him. Tampa, Hillsborough county on Monday
-V. A. W. PRICHTONaekswille itttenu la Iljiinuilie.Pvwer* 30th July. evidence of its value, and,is only,another ; remedies, bntrthey had ;buUittt f

I :b E. F,Dec., 1848. t'fWM. PERSONS infringing' violating the At Key West, Monroe county, on Monday instance of its'saving the lives of children:' effect in removing the,cVmplaMt l'itna
ALL 13th DR: Tothi-Dear: iSSff "rhadrtrwochiU .ed,Jiboutitwo mpnlhssmce tryy uIi
ta : Patents are"cautioned1 not' to August .
a .b .. S. LAWTON. ,. for said nfririgements,' violations to Lym'an pay At Miami, Dado' countyon\Mpnday' ,20th/ dren cured by your Sarsaparilla' of the summer :of Sarsaparilla, and 1 rnutyithjzi4kffidencc

-, t Merchant, 'DjinieV*Humphrey and Thomas' J r, &ug st. .. : complaintiind dysentery ; one was only 15 : ;.but iBfternsin nair '

FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Barney,'or either of J them acting as my'agents, At Fort, Pierce,St.- Lucie' county,.on<;Monday. months old and the other 3 years.. They were ..found:jay.appetite 'restored aad 1IeX1
; Charleston, S.C. .under a power''of Attorney,'dated on the,18th L 3d September,. ft' very wd expected they woulddiethe1 aidS i would.cayn4'comxneidthe.use
1 t
:: RcrcRKxcKS* G.Jauilon/Esq., hear Jack day January,'1848, as said power of Attorney All .persons interested, and.who'have not'al- were When gjven.up the doet by.?two">respectable J4jb* t
physicians. informed
usthat affiictetl
McDonald Was revoked by me on i the 23d 'day' of April L ready made their proof, are requested,to have as5I.i4tcenr
; r ionvilleE.F.j Gov.C.J. G4 i C, must Ioe t
we .resolved
; we :to. try -
. 1849. ZEBULON their ; j t ;your ;
PARKER Patentee witnesses ready and come |
prepared toproye S
Farman S. C. Hon.
Esq, Charleston, ; J.HXlmere ; had h'eard t
Sarsaparilla. we much of b
L so had 4ijUP'
: Newark Ohio their
., May l91849. cases fully. Settlers I -
# on landsthere-
Charleston 8. C.February i
'* '* -- tofore unsnryeyed will now have an opportuni .little confide'ncy/t erelbeing ttucHstSff ad- iiiera.thathidettlie! bottle,"cornpletel7 jndW
19 1848
ly to "their .. -irertisedf that'ts Worthless:'but we"afe the writtgaturfS. ti !
xccutor's Notice. I shall expose for ty identify lands. 'p'L.;; ;; very
F4s ; -trv.t : '< ;isaledri th,__>, 2d____ anf'A'i4,_ HUGHaRjOHER thankful that we did, fbr it undoubtedly,eared' :PiDC11 OfIi4e Fu1t6netSUU3NeY. I
: TVTotice,-Six MONTHS aftor date I shall ? vrf&v| *a\/MV ,
;. f7 tlie court'bousV at ;thelivft3 of bpth.T-y:I writethisthat others may' : .; .
Jacksonville and ; > <
I4fr J. M' present my accounts and runchers as Ad ; } Tend be induced to it. .T6u' f hi
childreiij Joh .April28 1849. ,, .use rspcctfill : r&aons,132$prth ecoqsi
j.i..,. tninistratorofthe Estate of Francis Richard, e Amy Louisa nndThomas, -,,, uu-Ji tlp t.. -"" ''"" 'S j r'*"" JOllN'w1sirj J .t' 81

.6 .: 1 ate of Duval County, deceased to the Honorable property of.the Estate of JoshuaHickmandecJ, 9dii1 ... 'wnvtytrugg M uamaft
ItOrtit6r'sNtjceS CfcarlestoajilW
,- SeptlS j847)I1t Richmond P. M. Cohen
. to satisfy a debt due from said Estate. ;
.LIjl'a'; : Judge of Probate of said county, for ji final ? -jf"K '* 'timHGattm
-v -; .rtt. 5 / 'IshalIpy'to/ 'Lt7N4TIC"4sYLUM J n :&cD.icChIlrre.i'arlst.rMbany.i;
4 J of said wiL HICKMAN. <
settlement Estate, and shallat, the same the Hpu. ,
%' time, apply for Letters of Dismission as such Ex'r last? Will and Tes'mentHickmah--dec. for* Letters.Probate of Judge of Columbia1 county 'Jades Qijniningi Esq nevcf the Assistants' ki.

: Administrator, of which all persons interested L -Jacksonville,March 10th, 1849. 4t : the Estate Dismission as Administrator on lathe Lunatic Ay slum,Bl4ckwe VLIa&d i8 he. Market and ,Broad.stsJ
i OfjIe CTefton late of said
- la said Estate, are desired to take notice: saTes postponed the'first t' dSa ia.w SoHN LEFlfON, county' gentleman spoken t of in.the following letter? pnd.-
Aum'rJan. M
.- *' '* xmwi m? f
: STEPHEN D. FERNANDEZ, Adm'r. june9.CH. v.'iJ t Y
:,..z "January, 18.19. 6m 27,1849. 6mK. This is only 6ac'of( J the- tanadas.'

; ?'; :. _:_: .A RISE'S 'DE WA-AL jJBEID. &...VO.ArrOT.toraQa iei of rheumaiisMsapariltai 'r"r.t iJa ks nTI1lFsry2G
has t 1$4S
TheiiinosfciseiveraiaiKl: ;
LI 4.t.'h' CORDIALS, &c.-Maraschino, Curacno.J !. 1TESSRa-:-u: REW '& .- rg.i

: ? II ? \ Absyhthe, Lemon Syrup Raisins, Cit; JAcxs vzLLR, E. F. ed thWhar'and$ hebuuldrngsattacled traoInry.irtnes I ;. '%TATBaOE3FioRU! >A< t
'Von h
'fkt Gnrraat*; Preserved Ginger; Fresh/Sal"tnona&d ttBia1iLkvi T ,.
SALES in are
-t any part ef the County attended prepired In'c nnet1Q1i1Wlth thir ? Seg1id7.1 ; r1''rdi&- t.1.
in IHS
cases,Sardines; Oliver Ca- to and respectully solicited. if'Jacksonvillej flRY.GOOD ROCRRYE4RD'WJ1JW DR. TOWKSEND U
pen Paste,Currant Jelly, Blackberry Jam(Jujube May 6,1 84s; ,AND terribly'fdr nine years with-'the'rheumatism"
,Refined &c. 'r m&M4KtPxaentMeiHoRoraMmwat. i
Liquorice, For sale by '
: considerable Jof/ihfe tjmeIi could iwte; >t
: -
: U '
4lk ___ AiMillEEK! 4i--BIcks loriSalclme .ooTki had the most distressing paine,and Jygk' #? k

) WO1{ SALE SUBSCRIBERffersfori sale har 11 1 Thar g are m M i4 > i 1 wnai lithe 1PnIafiqis1 e

VINE BUGGY bricks of the'fir t quality;h'h tzfiituie *al.rates, & four bbttlea bf ou p SaraaparUlaj-afid'they EJhji1c!
and HARNESS. "*' >-
> -*
.', A' U.W. Apply to Terms by n the vicinity of Jacksonvillej"at Jift! .are*4fclft fkpk9'iftX j &to {done mejnbre than;one'thousand dollar worth! ).i 1ttBDERED
-'i .I the low priceof FIVE M Jna ofrgpo4.: lam so nwch b tter ?- -
C P. COOPER DOLLARS per thousand.- $Sy& \ A place, andaref>wteiialled:i vlndeed anr : fh thI ise u
__ .
IHTT MlUW' They will be ( JYou are t
JacksovilleJune 23 1849. ready for delivery;by the 1st day! CY ; entirely liberty tonae *
t 3tIhall of May tiexMHe assures those in want of the' ant1 thorubliogenera11y r' &. this for the benefit of the afflicted. .,, "" ;jion of C. L'MItcelljtJOriiiy (orP !' '
; v iiitts; i .+frFD. Ji T vnct
article that 'jlgnet
j : Ttic& 4 the'wiIlg1vo asfuUsa'tisfactum as' cTUMflNO3.. : k
j } ; any i imported-'ai uch.great expense from the. I" &'4i : pon4enrui4 _
toth /i7i intrwi.;*** j
apply ; North. Jiivi3ttj '' ,fcsH! 0. '! :..:#* '%jt i jji I tD4T0Wp4ed'Brybest J' Hr Z F rtW,
&fY& 8.C
Vi1 folv to sell for--"-Columbia'tSmuSI Co Also tiles -w -wellbrick andbe'ftMiishedfnany Cornice hrkk,trill? remedy'f'female copplaYnts"tlero'i&. ,bdon3be1fip i JSntflar" | jof(o4o* x*
N .I9tt4e4Is&idCOuntydjj quantity desired. -i 9t h np .disputingj.Ithpusa.ndsj d' 'thdusand* o1 Courf Ana Uiisjuiriherjffgenpaper

Mu : (, < W .RU/BRILk I ., weakipid debtlitatedna1i4 .that 'were'proa* ktS
11 ?- *v/iETT r *T "Ordeunnarbrlell-tttthfi '*tore of 3Iri: '- '-nPENCER Iraled* b 'thbEe diseases'to.whi h females areUbJ'i1 in this circuit for t spaca 01

: .- 4dminzatntix.irt Chas. DeWaaJ hJfcksnfl1,. -J 4 iuhjec.'.-_ VrVsoos n flat" th&enjoSrmentiOf|robust 5a
: C ;TApril 2lrt849t! luw ( ) I1 ; t.t ; Llib.liToi.i4naiijtI

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: .ro&i. ftItTflQJ ] E- : 4W n $
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D JoLIpJloam
tMf or.nRi'.ba.Ic BAKES. :
j .
: Neatly xccafed 91 Ibl* : utedu temf hfeflltliJb n redacedbby a
UElct% Jan. t 49''. '
rie.ty Qfcpmplain"tssuohasfjDmalesarelia. J
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