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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
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July 21, 1849
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
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Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
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Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
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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>.
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"Our country."
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Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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.' 'at t DOLLARS per traum, if paid In J. '.__ 3002 feet oh plan t1,"<' thick i' board> '>meagre..1 ., .
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: r OUR COUNTRY. 400 feet ash plank, 4 inches '

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dope per square, twelve VOL XI. iA4 K8.b1 iPILLE 1110'IININ'GULY 600 feet ash plank, 3 Inches ,
.e 'SATVRD.'Y al 189. < : i .
firtin eition, and 75 cents for each aubse- 'f ..-'.. ;' I I taf0 41CtAss inches wide, 12 to 16 feet" t ''
I de advertiser. a liberal di.mbemade. ... soned. : : .,
ruon. To yearly --- ,',
j. rt. defects. The ends to be"sawed off1 square to out, straight the siding way, and by a' 1300 feet ash.plank, 2 inches '1 l

;, ..-. renbemenu mail be paid for before in- -cubic feet white oaldpUhlc'stocks' sound,and perfect'wood, by the contractor.CLASS curving 6 inches in 45 feet. ,' the moulding sweep way. inches wide, and upwards, '.

0 JTAD, 'regular customer. By referring at -cents per cubic foot $-- : No. 2. CLASS N c. 2. well seasoned. .:
jfIiOIo 11I1esi by a sided Inches'of' white oakopat 350 feet ash plank, 1% inches '

,.,1Ift ',the reqaiike sum may be-ascertained knees; at-.cents per sided incA' '- Yellow Pine Timber. i s Locust timber inches wide, to be clear : .1. I
id with the.advertisement.mnU 40,000 cubic feet fine grained Southern Yellow 500 cubic feet Long Island Locust soned. x.
trs not marked with the umber .' Pine stocks to forty-five feet timber, 3000 feet ash ....
$:_ plank average !lengths not less than 10 feet, to average. in- plank, 1J2' inches ,
/tfttai required,will be continued until forbid c.- in length, and none less than thirty-five' feet inches diameter, not less than 10 inches to be inches wide, to be clear 1
for.Jyve "CLASS KO/ long.. Two! sides,must be lined'straight, 'but of the best quality free from all defects. I soned. .. t ',e
armed teay'retain the natural taper of the'tree. The 2 Yellow 6000 feet ash plank IV inches (,
pieces Locust
: timber. 18'cubic ,
will be charged for all announce- -, Cubic'feet plank feet.
1s s: t?: ; dollars yellow'pine I other two "sides'may be 'lined :of parallelbreadths L. Island, 4 feet each, 8x12 inches di wide, and upwards, to be I l
for office. stocks, at cents per cubic foot. $--
.rall J'cpdida1e. with the natural taper, and must ameter. seasoned. ,

o.eJqulreforStsMonthl, : t .10 00 cubic feet promiscuous' yellowpine ...;... be'lined' straight, or with afair curve: The 30 pieces Yellow Locust timcer 1.50 cubic feet. 600 feet ash plank, inch thick .tS:

F i, Nacice to Debtors and Creditors, t x 700 : at cents'per .cubic-foot small end must not be less than four-fifths of L.Inland, 12 feet each, 7ga 9 inches diameter. ef wide, to be clear Rnd .:.

for Letters of Administration 5 00 r the butt end, and the small end must not be 350 feet ash plank, 13.! inch ; :. ...:

1PPjApreligious notices:-will be inserted gratuieommunicat" .. =$::----- ', less than twelve inches square, clear of wane. CLASS No 3. ches wide, to be clear and 'e -
: No more sap wood than-?,one-eighth of the I \' .* 3000 feet ash plank, l'" inches '.,''
If ray bid be accepted<< ,.I-desire. to be,addrea-: I breadth of the tsar.J JI1 each coinerwill: be allowed -I Yellow. Pine timber., inches wide, to be clear r : ,.
.ons moat be addressed to sed through the post office at' -,Wand the M be ed. .. :1'
'rg AU _' on the stocks/4The Sap % to ex- 20,000 cubic feet Southern Yellow Pine '. ...
C. Gu LLTT. ollage paid.jjyjjltdmiinble contract to be sent to the navy1 agent f at < ->, : cluded in the measurement-per cnbic foot. stock. pi. nk ':500 feet 4 inch ash plank, ..)
personal communications for'execution.' 5,000 cubic feet fine grained ..Southern Yellow 10,000 cubic feet'Southern'Yellow Pine 500 do 3 dodo dodo ,, ::!
B.To'Commodore promiscuous
ttI..rdlntenta. Respectfully, A. .Pine promiscuous timber, from; 25 to 40 timber. 300 'do 2% : a;
1 I swaged C.'TT.: SKINNER, and from 18'to 24 inches The 500 do 2 do do
feet long' square-- "plank otock"
to be in i:":
.0: jlllbilli(fOr Job Printing, must be paid on the Chief Bureau :of Construction, .&c.,, &c., per cubic.foot ? ** than 35 feet, averaging 45 feet length, half to not. less '200 dodo 1% do do :'.

dtlirldtka\ -oft. Washington. All the above Yellow.P.ina Timber be of :12 inches an4 half to 14 inches and square :500 Ij 'do do ..t
We, undersigned; residents of'- -, the best and free from all defects. square up :500 do li do doboards "
quality wards the
very at top;;end of' the sticks to bo of the .1
= in the State'of ----- hereby ,guarant.eej.that ;. ; 500 do I do
JbeacceptedVthat The ends to'be sawed Qfffqullr"ito'sou d and best quality, long- leaf; fine grain, free from ; :: ; '
PROPOSALS in-case the foregoing bid pf 50 white ash :oars: 17 feet -
." \ perfect wood-by.the contractor. heart shakes,wind shakes'and all other defects long ': "
will'within''five'daysafter ; .
nariKBBB, &*., FOB THE NAYY. ;' : CLASS' No.3.: ; to be a fair edge and to have no length, bythefoot. ., :
the recetpt'of the contract at the post: office more than the 00 white ash oars, J 6 feet ; >:

NAVY-DEPARTMENT designated (in said bid, execute; the same, White Pine.. 'face from sap each one-eighth corner. and of the cubical breadth contentsof of the in length, by the foot. :; .:.- ,i

with good and sufficient sureties, tdfurhish'the 2,000; feet, board measure, No. 1 White Pine : all sap to be excluded in the 50 white ash oars, 15 feet long > 1
*gta if Construction, Equipment and Repair, articles proposed, in conformity with the termsof 1 inch boards, to he clear of all defects,such as 'the timber. measurement of in length, by the foot. J ';. t'

June 13,1849. the advertisement under which it was made.. knots, rot! splits, 'shakes, stains, coarseness of The "promiscuous timber' to be in lengths; 300 white ash oars, 14 feet : ; ,':

gA1ED proposals, endorsed "Proposals fir C. D., quality,sap'wood,boles and uneven sawingper not less than 30 feet to 40 feet in length, by the foot. : -1 ':
S fader or Limber, as the case may be,'' (na- E. F. thousand feet, .board,measure. square 14 inches and, average ; to 500 white ash oars, 13 feet J"t.

ita the yard for which the offer is intended,) I hereby certify, that to the best of my knowledge I 30,000 feet, board measure, 1'0.2 White Pine averaging 16 inches upwards to ut be the'top of the ends, in length, by the'foot. ,,..

Jill be received by this Bureau until three and belief, the above named guarantors one inch boards, have not more than three quality, long leaf, fine square grain; free from heart best 300 white ash oars, 12 feet ;. : ...:; '

tdoek,P M,of the fifteenth of August next> for are good and sufficient. J.H., : medium size knots within the surface of fifteen shakes, wind shakes and all,other defects iu length by the foot. ; : .:r :

(tenuhing and delivering, under contract, at Navy Agent. feet; to be clear of all other knots, sap wood .be hewed to n fair edge, to the ; to Air the foregoing ash timber ; ;. .,; t":.

ileiercral navy yards hereinafter named, the rot, shakes, splits, holes, and uneven sawingper the tree and to have according lio growthof of the best quality. wfiiie ash. ; .
tuber lumber and other articles embraced in NAVY YARD, KITTERY, MAINE.1st thousand feet board measure. of the breadth of the face from more each sap corner and 3S' shakes, splitsand all other '. :. .' :
: this advertisement. One-fourth of the whole CLASS. Jl&h, Cherry, Black Walnut, Cypress; the cubical contents of'all the sap to be excluded CLASS No.. 7. :.- i ., ,
each must be de-
t l mntty lasted on required or before at the 1st navy July yard; one-fourth, on White oak knees, (by the sided inch) Locust, Sfc. portion in the of the measurement above timber of the hewed A pro- While Oak timber &, ., per ] : ;. ." .=.

ir before the 1st September;one-fourth on or be I 600 White Oak knees, (or 4,500 sided inches,) 800 cubic feet White Ash butt pieces, from fair curve of (f inches spring may one of witha the 30000 cubic feet white oak plank ; :

r i r.ruhe 1st November; and o (-fourth on or be- I the net siding of one third to be 7 inches, the 14 to 30:feet long, and to average: 18 inches di- stick. way bit foot, .: .

I forttbeSOth December, IS:>O. In case of failure net siding of one third to be 8 inches, and the ameter in the middle of the sticks, clear of The aforesaid plank stocks'7 and 0000 cubic feet white oakPro ,. K'
articles within the times and in net of the other third to be 9 itches the "promiseu.ous cubic foot. .
i itdeltTerthe siding ; bark ; none less than 16 inches diLmeter-p timber'? must be felled between the per : L I .
r proportions specified, the Bureau or the se- arms te be in lengths from 5 feet to 5 feet and cubic foot. October and the 1st March 1st of 2000 feet 11 inch white +oak ; .

; feral l commandants to have the right to supply 6 inches; the bodies 'to oe in lengths from 6to >>> 500 feet board measurer Cherry boards, one grown within 60 miles of the, and must have sand feet, measure. 1 ; _.

; deficiencies by purchase and the contractor and 7%, averaging 6% feet. inch thickt to average 16 inches-per thousandfeet be stripped[ the bark or hewed sea coast within; must 20 2000 feet 11 inch white oak : ', .

lis sureties to be responsible in twice the contract The bodies are to be sided to the diameter of board measqre. days after it is felled and, placed clear of the sand feet, board measure. I;' ,t;'I'
the the size taken at'the middle 3000 1 inch white oak '
price. arm, siding 20.000 feet board measure, White Ash plank, ground. ? ; ,
Allthetimber,and other articles must be of the length of the arm, (clear'of bark.) Three 2 inches; thick=per thousand feet, board measure I sand:feet, board measurei ; .:

very best quality,and subject to the inspection fourths of the siding or diameter is to be con'sidered -. CLASS No., 4.. I 3000 feet 3 4 inch White oak ; :. ; I

and measurement established for the gov- the net siding of the knee. 500 feet board measure, Cherry plank; 2 in- ,'Spar timber. I sand feet, board measure. : ,
; !ramentof the several navy yards, printed rules The moulding size of the body, in the middle ches thick to average 14 inches wide-per I The above"white oak plank' : >> :: '

;. dvhichwaybe obtained on application to the fits length, to be full one and one-half the net. thousand feet board measure. 3 yellow! pine sticks, or.267 cubic_ feet of spar lengths not less than 35 feet, ; I.! .

UerentcommIADdantsorna"yagent& siding of the knee. 1000'; feet board measure,' Black ''Walnut hmber,50"feet ong,161Oches.parallel., feet,half tojsquare 12 inches + t .
limber,lumber, and other articles must be entirely One-half of the above knees to be square,and: boards, 1 inch thick, to'average 18 inches wide 3 yeHopine sticks, or 210 cubic feet of spar 14 inches and upwards ,at ,the.; '. : : !Jo.
; latiifactory to the respective commands. ne-fourth to form an angle from, eighty, to. -per thousand feet; board measure. timber, 45 feet long' 15 inches parallel 'stick. They must be : 1 :'.',i'
form'an I 4 yellow! pine sticks or cubic feet of to the growth of the tree -
ninety degrees; the remainder to angle 1.500 feet board measure. Black Walnut 1,035 spar ; to '.
: The white oak timber must be rough squared: from ninety to one hundred degrees. boards, 1 inch.thick, to average 1'4.inches; ,wide timber,. 73 ieet long, 25% inches }s from" ceeeing 1-5 the width:of the face .';> r"r,1,
wording to the growth of the tree, to have no The length of the arm to be measured from thousandfeet.board measure. butt. L ;\' ', squared ; to ba of,the best r.'I

t r exceeding one-fourth the width of the face the back of the body as moulded by the angles -per 500 feet board measure, Black: Walnut plank .4 yellow pine sticks, or,722 cubic feet of spar heart shakes, wind shakes, ,; _

I the aide as squared. All the yellow pine :given. 2 inches thick, to average.14 inches wide,-per -'butt.!timber., 65' feet ,1 long. 2?- inches.% from,, crooks and all ot.Jterdefeds. e :; "' :
I a WIer must be oBhe best quality of long leaf 2d CLASS. thousand feet board measure. : ,tent8'oftheeapj.1J, be excluded ; '

fcrntia, Southern yellow pint,to be hewed to a 10,000 feet board measure, Cypress boards, 4 yello pine sticks, or 468 cubic feet of spar I went. ; .. f ........I'
Dredge, and to have no more sap than one- Lumber, ("Board measure, ) per thousand 1 inch'thick from 20 to 30 feet long and from timber, 52 feet long ID! inches U from butt. The "promiscuous timber. to ; ,{'.

i 9gUh of the breadth of the face from each tort feet. 8 to 12 inches wide-per thousand feet, board 4 yellow pine sticks, or 334 cubic tees of spar not less than 20 feet, to average '
t Iter;the contents of all sap to be excluded in the 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 5-inch measure. butt.timber. 48 feet long 18 inches }3 from 14 inches and upwards at the 't.. : t''::1. '
, ; measurement of the timber. The oak must be clear White Pine plank. 50 pieces Yellow Locust,, from 12 to 25 feet .stick-to average 17 inches. It long'W'. "' ".
: 2 ; :
, 'I r'led between the 1st October and the 1st of 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 4inch long, and from 10 to 18 inches diameter, to average yellow timber pine sticks, or 147 cubic feet of spar squared according to the ."1+; \ J'

I firth, and must have grown within sixty miles clear White Pine plank. 14 inches diameter: clear of bark, in the butt. 54 feet long, 16 inches Ls from to have no wane exceeding 1-5 : M ;; ..

if the sea coast; must be stripped of the bark or 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st'quality'3-inch middle the sticks, or 575 cubic feet-per cu- 4 face of the sides' as squared ; to. .? : ,#
r itwed within twenty days after it is felled, clear White Pine plank. bic foot. pine.sticks, or 9C5 cubic feet of spar quality, free.from heart 'shakes .
ail placed clear of the ground:of which sati8faary 2 and sixteen timber, 72 feet long, 22 inches parallel. bad knots and all otherdefects : p'
r 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality }. 6 pieces Fustic, three, feet long 4 sticks 1" "; i' ,
i pine or 874 cubic feet of '
J i : evidence must be given by the contractor, inch clear White Pine plank. inches .diameter, say 17 cubic feet-per cubic timber 65 feet spar contents of the sap shall be :' : fi
long inches .
1.: jjtlie production certificates signed by two 10.000 feet. board measure, 1st quality 2-inch foot. of the above Yellow, Pine parallel.All measurement. ri

respectable witnesses: with their deposition on clear White Pine plank. 1.200 feet board measure. Cedar boards, 15 to be of the best spar timber is The above white oak plank r.' .

Juth, before some ju
within tie township or county where the inch clear White Pine plank. and % of an inch thick-per thousand feet, a fair edge, and to have October and 1st March, and o
no more than 1-6 !
timber l was felled. 1st quality% board measure. sap within {;0 miles '
6,000 feet, board measure, of the breadth of the face each f the sea-coast, .
Persons offering for more than one yard, must inch clear White Pine plank. ,All the Ash,Cherry, &c,above descripcd, to Those pieces marked {' from butt"corner. od of the bark, or hewed within .: .',1 t'

IJ ,vie teparate and distuict proposals for the supply 1,000 feet, board measure, 1st puality 13- be of the very best quality, clear of rot, splits, yards, and must be the 3 ut the are for it is felled, and placed clear of : ;:'
same and
(tack keeping the classes of articles separate, inch clear Cypress plank. -shakes,knots,cross grain worm holes,stains,&c. lined full towards the end which CLASS Xo. 8. r 'at .
1f 114 the whole of all the articles 1 inch' be sawed to thick- can be tapered f+
embracing quantity feet board measure, 1st quality The plank and boards to even t
1,000 off the White Pine timber
large pieces to 44 inches and ftc. "
the ( ,
f itkchii. The cost of each item must be dis. clear Cypress boards. nesses. .. : ,:'
I smallest 11
to inches-by the cubic foot. .
Sadly carried out, and the aggregate of each 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 3inchclear CLASS No. 4. per thousand ; '.. ...
incorrectly footed up, which is material to a White Ash plank. CLASS No. 5. I '. ,
500 feet -inch clear white :
:I to comparison of bids. An erroneous exten- 1st Black Spruce Spars and Poles.-By the I ; i : t
2,000 feet, board measure, quality 2J-- Spruce Spars. seasoned, 12 to 16 feet ;
t ita or an erroneous aggregate. will constitute inch clear White Ash plank. inch and pole. tities '. .', ';,

5 "" Uinformality, and will not be considered. 6,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2-inch 30 pieces, 37 feet long, 8 inches diameter in 25 spruce spars, 55 to 60 feet long, of proportionate 700.feet 4-i nth clear white ; "j f

t Ki extension of time deliveries under any clear White ABU plank.. the middle, inches diameter at the top end, size, per spar. I ches wide, 12 to 16 feet :': ., .1 ::

e tract will be granted, and penalties for non- 2.000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1*.'- clear of the bark-per inch 240 inches. 25 spruce spars, 45 to 50 feet long, of proportionate i titles. ., .. ."

e t1 ,*MHment will in all cases be rigidly enforced; inch clear White Ash plank; one-half 40 pieces 35 feet long, 7 inches diameter in size;per spar. I 1,000 feet 3-inch clear white '' '4'i"1
e Men are,therefore requested to offer for no than 20 inches wide. 500 inches spruce spars, 66 to 93 inches :: :
to be not less the middle, 4J inhes diameter at the top end, per ches wide, 12 to 16 feet '. j
.*rt taut they are sure they can furnish within 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality %- clear of the bark-per inch, 280 inches. inch. tities. .:" ::. :.2

0a I k emu specified. inch clear White Ash plank; one-half 30 pieces, 30 feet long, 7 inches diameter in Cuss 1'0,6. 2,000 feet 21-inch clear white" ;1' h i

;'"!1 L ne. price of all manufactured or sawed lum- to be not less.than 20 inches wide. i the middle, 41 inches diameterat the top end, dsh inches wide. 12 to 16 1''; w t,;
1. .. will be estimated and determined by4.eQlflrti" 3.000. feet, board measure, 1st quality l-inch : clear of the bark-per inch, 210 inches. Timber, Sfc., 4.c:. quantities.' : ': f:,,1

1m the square and round timber. clear White Ash boards. 40 pieces, 27 feet long 6 inches diameter in 4 ash logs 14 feet long and 20 to 24 inches 1,000 feet 2t-inch clear white :. ':. 1. t

|1'.otherwise specified, by the eubie foot.n 500 feet, board measure, let quality 4-inch the middle, 4 inches diameter it the top end diameter, 30S inches, per inch. inches wide, 12, to ib :ti.' "t

nII, : Approved sureties in twice the estimated ain Black Walnut plank. clear Crthe bark-per inch, 240 inches. 300 inches round ash timber, 20 to 24 inches quantities. : .... l::
I *tt) the manner set forth in the form offs 500 feet, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch 100 pieces,.25 feet long. 5 inches diameter diameter, per inch. 12,000 y-incb clear while pine, [ ; : ':"t t:.,.

II I : contract,will be required, and ten per cen- Black Walnut plank. the middle, 3% inches diameter at the top end; 200 inches round ash timber, 24 inches diameter wide, 12 to 16 feet long, ; '.. !;

addition, will be withheld from the a- 1,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality. 2-inch clear of the bark-per inch, 500 inches. per inch ties. -I j th.

pT each payment: as collateral security Black Walnut plank. 100 poles, 20 feet long, 4 inches diameter in 200 inches round ash timber, 20 inches diam- 1,000 feet 1 3-4 inch dear f" I'J

pfi .rim faithful performance of the contract. 500 feet, board measure, let quality 1% the middle, 3 inches diameter at the top end, eter, per inch. inches wide, 12 to 18 : ; :

) per centum of each delivery will be paid inch Black Walnut plank. clear of thc'bark-per pole, by the pole. 1000 feet !ash plank, 4 inches thick.: 22 inches quantities. / \( :. j:t::,

tt wry agent withiu thirty days after the 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality l-inch' All the above spars to be of thu very best wide, board measure, per 1000 feet. 11,000 feet Ij-inch clear white ": ',,
;8 : patttion! of approved bills, in triplicate by Black Walnut boards. quality, straight and free from all defects. 1500 feet ash plank, 3} 'inches thick, 21 inches inches wide, 12 to 16 i N

;. commandant the yard at which the deliveI NAVY YARD, BROOKLYN, N Y. wide, board measure, per 1000 feet. quantities. : -.;' ,"i I.J.:
sohi are.we. 62,500 1500 feet ash plank, 3% inches thick,20 inches 10,000 feet li-inch clear white :'i' l;,

. Laofnmust be accompanied by written YARD 'CIIARLESTOWN.1IASS.CloAM CLASS No. 1. wide, board measure: per 1000 feet. inches wide, 12 to 16 "J ;x:
tto; Jf '1,(the responsibility of the guarantor or No.1. Live Oak timber, (by the cubic foot.) 2000 feet ash plank, 3.inches thick, 21' inches quantities. . ; u :;:ft,

0b Jars to be certified to by a nary agent or Live Oak keelson pieces for a frigate of the 1st wide, board measure, per 1000 feet 11,000 teet'1-inch clear white ; / 1 1':.
bj"J L.woseUl person,or by some one known tothe White Oak Timber. ftc. 1500 feet ash plank, 3 inches thick, 18 inches chcs wide, 12 to 16 feet .
,class, (two setSjas follows:' ;4.- .
D< : v that,if the offer be accepted, the bid- cubic feet White Oak plank stocks, to 24- 29 feet long 1,740 cubic feet.s wide, board measure, per 1000 feet tities.' Y. ,I
pieces \
40,000 ,
.*bidden will within five days after the rettheeontraotatthe average forty-three feet in length, 'none to be 2 do 35 do 175 do.' 1500 feet ash plank, 2% inches thick, 20 inches 4,000 feet 3-4 inch clear white ; :, )-1; ";

lJ post office dcsign&ted, ;: and none less than wide, board measure! per 1000 feet. inches, wide, 12 to 16
: Cess than thirty-five long, 2 do 25 do 124 do. t ';1.1.i
L1*the lame with and sufficient suref 2000 feet ash 2 inches \ntiti s. .
plank thick
good twelve inches square at, the top. d; ,clear of 2 do 22 do 110 do. % 17 inches f'u< i- -1 t:
JJ''ttniUlitbearticlesproposed agreeably to wide board measure per 1000 feet. teet S/.iuch'clear white :
- The stocks to be lined straight the. siding 2 do 14 do 70 do. 9.000 f :
I: -f/f0 4Ama*specified in this advertisement, andy wane.way', and may be straight or'have a long To be sided 20 inches and moulded 18 i inches. 1000 feet ash plank, 22 inches thick, 20 inches inches wide, 12 to 18 .2.% :"l. ..f a
be embodied in the contract. The sides be wide, board measure, per 10UO feet. quantities. L '' ;
. ? fl fair curve, the other way ; ,. may Each of these pieces is intended' to form two : ..
10th August 1846 forbids the conridera- 2000 feet ash plank 2} inches thick 16 inches 10,000 feet 2-iuch merchantable '
: the
:It'g4 lined tapering in conformity with growthof pieces, to be worked to 18 inches siding, and : t .:. ;;
such wide board feet and in I ka 411
upwards .
1000 feet.
not accompanied by measure "
not exceed per :
Ptn.II.propoaa1a The wane'"muit one- six inch moulded nett dimension an allowance ; .
: the tree ; 1000 feet ash plank 2)/ inches thick 21 inches 10 000 feet 2-inch meechantable ,T .,
face of the stocks / ;
fourth of the width of the as is made of 6 inches the moulding way that .
endorse wide board feet and upwards In l _
are cautioned
to 1000 feet.
particularly measure, per '
cubic foot. the heart of the piece be taken out if deemed I : : ]
f wu above that they squared-per may 1500 feet ash plmk.2J.4'. inched thick l7'ishes 10,000 feet 2-inch merchantable ,
k, required, may cubic feet White 'Oak butt pieces, in and the contractor will hew them {f .
from other business lettera in 4.00D proper, wide, board measure 1000 feet. feet and upwards in r'
per ,
Iierllguiahed aid from 14 to
25 to 40 feet long, with reference to this l arrangement.Live ,. .
51id, .: prevent their being opened before the lengths from proportions of the different 2000 feet ash plank, 2l" inches thick, 15 inches 10,000 feet good box. oar !, ?s. t :,:;:. .f 1': !
f'P'rfime.' 24 inches' square: equal cubic foot.. Oak keelson.pieces, for a sloop-of-war, of wide, board measure, per 1000 feet. 12 feet long, 12,15,'anU -. t;

3JJ.DC 'q; ,' Afl Dlera not made in strict conformity with lengths and1'sizes-.per:for .cheeks (say 420 sir the 1st class, (three sets,) as follows! 2000 feet ash plank, 2J..i inches thick, 13 inches equal quantities' '.C : .f i
Oak knees t'6j
*ertl will beinformal 40 White 18 pieces 29, feet long, 1,071 cubic feet. wide board 1000 ft-et. merchantable Albany '
..:... etnent iDetel'J particular, inches, inch ) the bodies and arms to measure! per ? V .i ;
,. y Those whose offers are ding per nett'siding from 6 do 33 do 408 2000 feet ash plank, 2 inches thick, 15 inches 1J300 do do : ,', y
:"t! ':. te1 will be notified, and contracts be from eight toten'feet'long; 3 do 21 do 130 do. wide board feet. 'T 't: .
: duly and to form a tt angle measure, per 1000 CLASS .,0. D, "
inches '
.It ", bhrd e4 without delay nine to twelve ; bodies to be .3 da 20 tlo. 124 do.. 2000 feet ash plank, 2 Inches thick, 13 inches ., : "' ':
The ,
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JoDB i Zehont Offering are directed to designate the from 110 to to 120 the degrees.diameter of the arms; 'Including To be sided 16M. inches and moulded 18 wide,board measure, per'1000 feet. Lignumvitce, (per : t.

..hi at'*through which they desire to be ad- rough sided'bark. The moulding size of the, bod inches, .Each of the pieces intended. to form 1500: -feet ash plank 2,, inches thick, 12 inches 12 tons,of 2:2401bs, df taiSiinm f 1 t, :.a{

1 end the navy agent to whom the con- the middle'of their lengths to.'bit from two pieces to work 14}!' inches siding, and 6 wide, board.measure, per 1000 feet. 4' do .dodo : do do ( ,' .,

.....1 be ftent for execution. ies .in the, inches ( siding inch),- inches\moulding,' nett dimensions; an allowance 1500 ,feet ush plank, 2 inches thick, 22 inches 3 do dado ,do : :' .

lf4 FORM OF OFFZB fifteen to twenty per is made of 6 inches in the moulding way, wide board measure, per 1000 feet. 4 'dAdo [o do a; K :r

per inch. boat knees 800 siding that the heart of the piecemay be taken ou. it 2000'h, plank, I/? inches thiok,18 inches 4 io, do do .'f :. 'ij
Oak (
tl WASHWCTOIf' 1849. 200 White say
deemed'proper, and the contractor will hew wide,'board measure; per 1000 feet. 5 do dodo do dui 'i.
inches diame- "'
than four
.6RS Ihereby agree to furnish and deliver at inches,) arms not less and and. bodies them with reference to this arrangement. 1500 feet ush'plariky %! inches thick, 17 inch'- 4 do do do : i):t.

01, k' "!J ird at -, in conformity with ter clear of the bark, the inches arms 'One All the aforesaid Live Oak keelson timber es wide,board measure, per 1000 feet. 4 do do do do f : .

,, W d airpmcnts of the advertisement fromqlq to be not less than thIrty-two to be long.. knees shall have grown not more than twentyfivemiles 2000 feet ash plank, 1% inches thick, 16 inches 4 do do \ dot "',, .. x :

k.:. ; of Construction Equipment, and third of the whole number square. from the sea, and shall be free from all wide, board measure, per 1000 fret. .'. To be of the best quality oJT t

!'jrri,i fit the 13th June, 1849, the several ar.., -per inch, nett siding. Oak timber and knees': defects which may impair the good quality for 1500 feet ash'plank))' inches thick, 12 inches. numvitro, to be straight an.d, sou + :1i

It--of *? =-'..,enumeMtcd in (erase---,) 01: All the above: White bolt Iud c'fronal1' ., the purpose for which it is required. ; to be got wide, boara.measurt1 pw'1000 feet. checksum: not less than 3 feet q 01 If ,ds
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and :-, for that janl, tq 1'11.: 'j 't.It.j .

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'-u ., I e -I'e'I each piece'41 inches thick 29 inches ,!1'.H fo.ul.der of 1I' nttS Uit nat. .I.
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.,; diameter. pieces, L4MY: bi own voVk ) q. tI
r',1il 0' :, : : I ..i.{-: CLASS No10. 500, or one-third to be from 20 to 24 itches In wide 9 feet long, 400 feet.: t 7' ... ;Uhlt'fblQl fm .

f.- ; /! ; .: t Hickory Ears (by the bar.) diameter, and .". r. 4 pieces,'each ph.'Cen inches thick, 25 inches f.Amencau.Jrc.ullwJhemp1rOGllJa. ,
> .' '1. f. 28 Inches In wide/1) feet long, 804Jfeet. f t"l p n $mpio o! t i
.. ; ..' . : SO rough mqkoxvbars, 13 feet long to square zoo, or one-third to bafrom; 24 to ( ', Jpeace $ inches thick, 25 i inches Tariff; the safest friend totrould. ,'interiorL.tC,
g:.::j- :: .. 10 : 5 inches 2 feet above butt. diameter. ? ? 2 pieces en l56 feet. ba the j8tate iaanwho had ,
i- ..I. .. J. I .f. All to be from 12 to 20 feet in length. widens feet long, / t .
t' ,.;, t 800 rough Hickory bars, 5J feet long, to square each piece 5 inches thick, 12 inches tlie MFwissipi Tie 'thiS wi:r

r. '. 3 inches foot above Jailt. CLASS No. 3. I 4 pieces wide,,9 feet long, 180 feet. most zealous 'prom f' ffj liit rI:1111en : '

;:i j'if. :.;- '.+ 75 rough Hickory bars, 3 feeL butt.lone, to square Miscellaneous, (board measure, per thou. 4 pieces, each piece 4 inches thick, 12 inches would'be:1the iPresWent 1rho
." vf i 3 inches 1 foot above JACKSONVILLE ttmphed o cr thpre denl 'nJ5l'construction
vV : wide, 9 feet long, 134 feet: JULY 21,1840..AppoInniejt1s twfc*.
4')l4r: .1 ; .-* 100 rough Hickory bars 6 feet long, to square sand feet.) 2 pieces, ech piece 4 inches thick, 12 inches_ National Roads, and 83.**
..: .eI. h 3 i inches. 500 sup.ttt. i inch Yellow Poplar panel boards. meal successful!applicant! for
.i ? 64 feet. .
President treaties
.". ? wide 8 feet 101lg, by the, vt lt '
r:1; ( ',:' 4,:.f All to be split straight from the best quality 500 2 do Black Walnut do do 2 each'pfece 3J inChes thick 12 inches1 \ tft.t ti : v. & Ic*et :i.ez.ddvocJlie'
i .1i ;. 'r ) of white heart hickory, free from knots und all 500'u do do do pieces, GEO.C.ALL, Jr., to be District Attorney (t1it'lr"owl tndl
; '' p 1J do .wide.8 feet long,5.4 feet.. -, '. ___.01 "... ",..-. -" U"r *4Such c' .'. de tt *'
\ t other defects. 500--" 1 do do do do To be straight grained, clear of knots, splits of'the'I. ojihetl. ., :Djstr Pet""of FlorIda 'Tu6Mii'If:eir B >*._,

...Ifii ,' .1. '. r II. Cypress, (board measure.) 500 i do do do do .. and all other defects, (by the foot) vice CuANDLEaLYoJwEremoved." : was 1\1r.. E TON i -:1oai
and measured <. ;J
:.': i :,>. "; ,,000 feet of Cypress boards % inch thick. The whole to be inspected agreeably Bay J\fahogany\ (board measure.) ; jasW9was : 'i ';Jf Ji
'i-r' do do li doe to the printed rules issued by the Bureau 'WALTER C. MALQNEY to' be 'Marsh'dl Qd.JimaiJen a4
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/ r r : : : 1 ,000 I
? t : f a copy of which will be furnished biddersby feet of plank inches thick to be 12 inches 1 s ,4'' "J,, f"A *' "- last t.
.1 Black Walnutt (board measure,) one 1000 of the Southern District of Florida ,viceJpsEPH'B. a desperate effort to (eed.hit'
: t ((' : c ; per the commandant of the Navy Yard, Washington. and upwards in breadth.. .. : ,- ,..
:.Li11c, ";..ri. ; '.' hundred feet. 1,000 feet of boards, 1 inch thick I BROWNE removed. pendous Vflitrcbnie'aut i ",.
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'Ata.'1. : ': ; t. :' 800 foot 4 x 4-inch black walnut joist, good NAVY YARD, GOSPORT, VA. 1.000 do do % do ,. ''1)t }'fi tl.n I, 'TItif.Hf 1i--.f.
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'oJi.1t, .. '. ; &nrl. CLASS No. 1. I The Weal her aml the Crops. I Mr. '
;. 'l.. .:;'t\, I'I, ei lit elt 4.inch black walnut plank, good and To be 16, 18, and 20 inches wide, .equa.:. accuse CALHOUN of beDgi.*
Oak Timber cubic \ .the I last fortnight
'. ";. :.. .' f.i : 1.1 dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to JS inches per foot. proportions of each, by the foot. During ,'and0inore. ,j oat'.u1 J .It 1f"0. '..( "It nr .'.' l 1

"I'ol.f.jr' .. f.. ; wide.L 30,000 cubic. feet White Oak plank stocks, CLASS No.6. -. ', .. the weather has been exceedingly warm, : -.-_- '
!; .: 400 feet SJ-inch black walnut plank, good and 1,000 do ds promiscuous timber.To ; '- '-' rtV1* -' : **'
: ij-: ': f' 200 Hickory handspikes, each 6 feet in length, At of'thf ;
;i'f'i' ", J'{ dry, 12 to 1C feet long, 12 to 18 inches be rough squared, from 30 to 50 feet in 4 inches. at the butt end,and, pot and the countrynoodedby:: thajieayy ; meeting : f
; l'1" t.\ t. wide. length, to average 40 feet in length, and not to less than 2| inches the small end., To I rains,- hict. may prod ce some slight iOth lust, it was"fcsoh I14i' i \

: r-t 49' :;" c" (00 feet'3-inch black walnut plank, good and be less than 14 inches square at small end. be offered for by the piece. From Jfttfbe die aU(19(j&"aenra' ?fteW

t:', ",.: ;, ., f.,, dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches White Oak thick stuff,for caps and trestle CL.AZSNO7. injury to planters. our correspondence visifthe i -- residences'l _oftbeir'respecti'20th '

:t" .''Jr..j :!' wide. we gather however. --that in
C; l'i':1", i i 200 feet 2)g-inch black walnut plank, good trees. Lignumvitce, by the ion 2,240pounds. )) ,,i -' of the. present month At which tjin'q4i

:: .\. ".,. ....'f_.;(. and .dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inch.d' 10 pieces, each piece 21 feet in length, 16 inches 3 tons Lignumvitse, an equal proportion pf the general! .aq.ayeiagj' *'Jsirpfl njay$igejjefi; ?.. to'rifid, itjop.- a '.i...1 t .zj.tnhiif"I. ,{ou

'iJ ".ri.r.4 ", .' .dIII: #, aWl wide, 10 inches thick, or 232 cubic feet. following diameters,,viz., 3,4, 5,6, ::7, 8' ted, while in Marion and Benton:conn-;: .1"U. *X l S l. .
:t..l'. !. :,. a,i ;'r: COO feet :-in h black walnut plank, good anddry 10 pieces, each piece 19 feet in length, 14 inches 9 and 10 inches. To be free of shakes, 'niore'faVorable. premises as fully} t :p1lIiL
ties slill tomfet jS
h : :. '." : 'fj. b. .. 12 to 16 feet long. 12 to 18 inches wide, 9 inches thick, or 162 cubic feet. rents cracks, and all other,defe ts.NAVY prospects are,-i t ? ? -'"?i?> iWe Board .exp iJo
:;'; 1 ..1: t. "i; wide. 15 pieces, each piece 17 feet in length, 14 inch PENSACOLA. 'are happyto learn that:planters thereby.presem, and J romot6tb,Sof '
:",:'; ; :t : : 100 feet linch black walnut plank, good es wide, 8 inches thick, or 200 cubic feet. YARD,' themselves and friends',and.pteJtp
.j' and 12 to 16 feet long 12 to 18 inchss CLASS No:'1. 'in the Southern_ .qoimties are ,'devoting"their i\ .
.1; : i'it'; .: :. di 15 pieces, each piece 11 feet in length 13 inches f tr P.LtlQC d HJJqllAft
/ 'i $," .' : t'.... wide. wide, 7 inches thick, or I 20 cubic feet. White Oak Timber, (by' the cubic foot.) .attention- more-and more .to .the;' It wasfur eresohe 4,1
f ': 100 feet 1 1-2-inch black walnut plank, good un"lI moal tib
,..i! j'ff ),r .:':.4; ;r jv;::: arid dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to lsinchesc.zif White Oak or Hickory small butts, for 2,500 cubic feet best quality white oak and plank 'cultivation. -- .of T ; #UheJ,*sugar'' -'cane.;-. *"g'\.L'bnff> I authorities Mf4hltownirbe4ru 6 totab

.44 : r'; ; wide. Cooper. stocks, to average forty-five feet long, none is. c nooi ptjri'iw rT f
staple cotton unprofitabletand glfr{
!r2Jr : I ;:: #, 150 feet l) -inch black walnut plank, good less than thirty five feet long; to square from lRta.

: 1 .;:" ) t'r; I and dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches 4do 4 pieces, 14 20 feet in do length, by the do piece. thirteen to fifteen inches; and. average thirteenat near. pay- .the'- -expense of. tiltj taislrigrif, ; .,, ,andthenunerous.contingeucies. I '. :! ill unsightljf.jind.uawliolesomeJiM.DANIEL coUectioua of

,. r wide. top ends. tras.4 1 ,. 9. .
j.1 : W Q9
; ; e 4 do 10 do do ; tow1iich.. : y. ; !
'. CLASS No. 2. : .
h,:,)i ,, ; : 400 feet 1-inch black walnut boards, good and ,...' ".,.
JO. r. 4.J 4 do 6 do do Cba1rm2n.
.I.'d't.....1'.Ir...... ,i.':.. ... .,fl' dry, 10 to 14 feat long, 14 to 2-1 inches To be not less than 6 inches at the small end, Yellow Pine Timber, (by the cubic foot. it is: : subject, but" prej 'dic&against at* : ,- Secretary. .
...' .:r, ,; wide equal quantities. ? '. "' ftllnr
: has hitherto caused .
and clear of knots and straight grained. 2,000 cubic feet fine-grained long-leaf 1l0w tempting a change Hi ." -" --t__.
: ; : .00'feetinch black walnut boards, good I ttG f.J
1 t. : ,' : #; '
." \ilc- f, dry, 10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inches 5,000 white oak barrel staves, usual sizes, by.. than pine plank ihirty-five stocks feet, best averaging quality, length forty-five not feet less many, to adhere to;it. ,.much''against their, 1 .rmU* .. a "II .ni.r1.l. iiJ.
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the thousand. "
t t i: + wide equal quantities. niidnie-CiTJl WiirVi >s's M
; ':' : inches and interest. So much has Li
from twelve to fourteen production. .
to '
:;'! & t : 150 feet j.inch black walnut boards, good and CLASS No. 2. square 1' .r- -i>v\ 't IK ,rj/ i| jtQiyiXwar .w
,; :
'\,; ..,'I ."r .: dry 12 to 18 inches wide. average thirteen at top end. of increased that we esti- has, commenced, in g.. naest"
; sugar may
.. White Pine board the thou-
( t. measure by Germauy .The beautiful
f. : : 1'1'' ::7 100 feet black walnut veneers, 3 feet long. CLASS No. 3. ,, banks of t .;
,:.-c ..t.; i sand Jeet. mate 'the amount manufactured /. last and pf the,;JS' resounl1J9'the
: J
...w.J". .. : r : CLASS No. 1 1. Lumber (board measure ) per thousand &qu
'r : .4'.1'. r : 5,000 feet of plank stocks, to be from 35 to 60 year in this county alone, at three hun artillery usead ufto.the ..sobondoKio ott1zq.
t.;:, : ': ...': '. : '1' Mahogany, (board measure,) per one feet lengthto avcl'age45 feet in length, feet. ,:,or..the iaecry.L&ugh of" -the gir14

:..." ,.Y. 'r : : ;,'. hundred feet. not to be less than 14 inches square at 20,000 feet best quality white pine boards, 1 dred hogsheads. the,exact 'quantity at- ding the plants. of,the gnipe., 'Alw: usiaa '

v 'w'.t'"i'.... : f email end. inch thick. tributed' to the whole' State i in the ;last the suwe.wlia, headed thel'ohsh.risbglartn?'
i1jt:; li" : :b .' 120 feet 3 -inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 4,000 feet plank, 4 inches thick. 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank, U.\ and anerwiir.ds commanded 'tbein.urge j

:fc.i A '. .\ ... :. t ::: 12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 5,000 do 3 do inch thick. Report of the C mm'issioner.otP. tents.. PaJenno, .,has bc proclaimed 11UD Il ;

.,r.. kt\.,t.. p:t.: 100 feet 4-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, Susquehanna pine; no plank to be under 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank. 11] chief,of the;; and f*
..f" : ,. 12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 12 iuches wide. inch thick. Bentpri's* Whilst! Austria has her hands f Il"Jfi'ILUI1ll .

1 r,.:. : : .; 100 feet 3-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 30,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, 10,000. feet best quality white pine plank 2 inches Mr.o .' 'Speech.. .' ry'and Italy. Prussia..ha: asizzie4th tsk, fcpuUjhg
:j f'.; 4. i J. ; -" 12 to inches wide, equal quantities. 30,000 do 1| do thick. The manifesto against !the Souili'is: down the rebellion in.Iho.rst:; t'erf.

; td'; :: ":.... : 150 feet 2J-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 35,000 feet boards, 1 inch thick, 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank inches .. 'sued by'' Mr.'BENTON. in vvT .
;" ; 10 to 24 inches wide, equal qtnntities.II. To be of the usnal breadth, Susquehanna 'thick. "p 0 ed its troops into the Bavarian Pa1zij

.- .: J;.t7- :-p' : 200 feet 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, pine No. 1, or first quality. 10,000 feet juniper, 1 inch, best.quality; length. ,speech '.dejrvereid.iit. .JeHer. ph:, (Uhcin Pialz) and Jfcden.l, It. .. r i'rj
:. ..: *" :.. : .1 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. feet boar inch thick width from 10 ....l'he.SUib. Ian publLihe
: t 20,000 8. % : to be of the to be from 12 to 16 feet, .Missourie startling but'- cannot Mercury >i the(o1l ,;
!\Jeii.:: :. : tOO feet %- nch mahogany to 14 feet long, usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. I, to 14 inches. i !i' ? IngJetter-, ',. .. .1- ,._._ t.. :,
: ."' .;; .. :. -. t, I: 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. or first quality. I No. 4. have' been unexpected by;./Vmericah. 2-I : ".\'i3l'U\lx1JW1eJ64.h..II'.
;4 :J ,/ l; : ,t :o tOO feet 12-inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long 15,000 feet plank 2 inches thick I. CLASS I .' Thtea 1
It.1)a5' l Hessians :
'people. long'b'eeri'known'-that W
,\ '.I. :','.u..; ,.Il one-third 12 to 15 inches wide, one-third 15,000 do 1 do Hard Wood Plank and Boards ,. (board. i ." ierday' far ,Vicrnheim wtte'ren1Jy.beatcn IwWeeaijtnd $
.r..\ : { 18 inches wide, one-third 24 inches wide, Usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. measure.) heiwasiunsoundupon' the question'i ",,6fslavery ;;' 'OurJsoIdeir3; .t1 fcalIyuurtillery t.

.f' ;rP '.' (S:. equal quantities. 2, or second quality. feet boards ''I inch thick 'and" the: instances in'which 5wthTresbI atlu erit-
1500 12 ffequent- figh o/N
';.itx .: ; ; L," 250 feet l.inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long, sup. cherry ; J4cD.
II '. ;: one-quarter 12 to 15 inches wide, one- CLASS No. 3. feet long. 12 to 18 inches wide. Jieoo I : %! ', Senator, .burg a sharp conflict occurrt-l yesttrdafjttleasts
: t .occasion as. a
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1000 feet black walnut. 1 inch thick 12 feet j ; .f fearfal'cunuouadc" h .l1"ddltic
L. asf
sup. ,
; inches wide, 20 inches Southern Yellow Pine
18 the cubic :
'!":' :..'Z:rt'' ', .. :' :: '\ 'quarter wide, one-quarter 24 one-quarter inches wide, equal -- by foot. long, 12 to 18 inches wide; . tri. neglect: the. interests' of the, ,South, ;time -in th t.didcti tl*." .''lirLa-lw gshsifiaMi1on

:.', .4iJ', .' :"! quantities. STEAMERS. 500 sup. feet St. Domingo mahogany, I inch, .have lost him all confidence i. .this side of the lthiiU,-the c4Baonte l
'.\f'.. ::. : r., ?.1" 150 feet 7 -inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet. long, 45 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 13] inches, audiO to 12 feet long, 15 to 20 inches iiiP v ;tiu ,almost yitjiut ciUi j'the 'Ilsti

..'.. .: \'r'. .,. t L..2. 15 toO inches wide, equal I quantities. and mould ]5 inches, 2,925 cubic feet., wide. : Southern men. But i itis somewhat a :4GuSeq11'if oth 'r siJ e'or.i hU'ti vt'tJ 11m
r '' 40 beams, 45 feet in length, to tide 12 inches 500 feet St. Domingo mahogany, inch, ,other buildings *ttv: tIteJeverIetb-
.!;' ,"' ; ; ,;. i'j' 100 feet {-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, sup. sudden sbo kfor Sodthern.Statesmujn\ .;\ 'P
1 and mould 1.1 inches, 2,100 eubic feet. and 10 to 12 feet long,"Z0 inches. 'ground.;or are-io ttitmeajwigshaien .I.l'nC11-.5.i11h4W
,: :.'.::" f'.J't' t t... 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. .
,:::., ...: .:... J'if. t ':. COO feet % and 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 FRIGATES. wide. ; .. possessing his -reputation, to set his is to b& 'totdfly. .d 1Qtrli h Jlfol tsakeot1Alannheini'

;..4.t i.\ : L;". feet long. 15 to 20 inches l'e'lualql1an- 10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side 15 inches, CLASS No.. 3. ;cthtItu nts t deITanc ,mid boJd1'pro.claim :iaushjivc autferell 'a I.iJ.1tt.Th* ne"o

f" 't' (.rl .'. .': ., .: title and mould 14 iuches, 670 cubic feet. White Mi Oar Rafters and dsh Logs. considerably.2 11r" =
his" from the dear '
.; ..,.., :.. r .,": 100 feet assorted mahogany,. crotch veneers, 3 10 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 15 inches, cause; .. J' AUSTRIA; i sSfttrl.MA: :ffL'
.. '. 25 oar rafters, first quality, 18 feet long, to be ; '. : '! : :
feet '
J4. long. their interests. :
; ,; ; and mould 14 inches, 6CO cubic feet. est to ;: IVccp'unts ihave.betn r.ceivefli.Panipiruru'ij.whlch
>i ;'.::; : 1 ;:: r.1 200 cubic feet African mahogany, in the log, '1 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches, 4 inches the foot.square in the looms, 450 feet. .mail, In this :therei&'JUtie/that/ ; state, that the djfia/ti y e"tfwijL

,'...f. .' ., j. t ;s: not less than 10 feet long, 26 to 30 inches and mould 14 inches, 245 cubic feet. by speech ; is twe'en Austria and. ardinia- haul t been'oa '.
. ,".) : oJ! : l' .' square, 10 beams 47 feet in to side 25 oar rafters, first quality, 16 feet long, 4. inches new -and lihld. that! ;will i hare' ,' ; i : "
.I''e.f.. length, 17 inches, square in the looms, 400 feet in all, by ;, ( any '-ct-I ., nytAvittistuuding. :the jiffurts. ,pw4*J1
i .If'*:..-:', -t' :, -. t t. ,..' CLASS No. 11'i-. and mould 15 inches, 825 cubic feet. the foot. powerful: effect. Likeij1traiturso b'o1&ICI"tO." pr.cyentit. .PiedujoaV has'COtlintedl
& 10 beams 46 feet in length to side 17 inches > [ ; dlal.. of'seventy'JmlUims( rf
4J. .,i.. board ) 100 j 25 oar. rafters, first quality, 14 feet long, 4 inches .::. .p. .:., -(..iw.hunTfy\ '1 li:
:if'\"i-i.r 'r" k." v ." Maple, ( measure, per jcet cu "
(:. --';, f.i f. 100 feet Maple Joibt, 4 x 4. 3| x1, and 3x3 5 beams -15 feet in length, tu side 17 inches,. the foot. IIOUN, a&fthe: head and- -front of the- institution nOll Of.1Le2aftdfli.: . 4 i "j-l ': inches equal quantItIes and mould 15 inches 371 cubic feet. ,
:. : : 25 oar rafters, first quality 12 feet long, 4 inches NICHOLAS IN AUST&LW U'f-
-f.f : : ..', .' 25 feet Maple Veneers, 3 feet long, assorted. 10 beams, 44 feet in length, to side 15 inches, square in the looms300 feet in all, by of. slav l 4haringhith!: .! ;' as 'The-Emperor'Kichohs-: -at O' emOrling'or
'P.".!!i :;..,.. :: I f:-,' Ctaar- board measure, per ..41.t \ 10 beams and mould 42 feet 11 in inches. 550 to cubic side feet.15 inches the foot. usual),,with being turn-coat, an'd somewhat thearMalsky. 14 h ul'rrol'\ n1J tb'Ispeeiamltrain1
length, feet
first 28 be
; .r ..t... .. : 1000 feet Cedar Boards % inch thick. 6 oar rafters, quality, long, to of .irtaboiti6ni! tV ,.and cutbuIIi JOIl'
I..t.J. ;.. ." ;.... t.. and mould 11 inches, 520 cubic feet. 5] inches square in the looms, the bladesto : : '-; !'- :>:,' :"J' .Having- .. ji eased:, -, :uey-without stopping at CracWijiCcoYnpanicd = 'Tbecvryai

..M.jf"1t, ;f.. t.t..., .. i.". Cherry, (board measure.) 10 beams,40 feet in length, to side 15 inches.- be one-third the length of the rafters, himself. his ,bile, against ;ope' whom by ottc of his Sons an;I'iskUtcT
t ; and mould 11 inches 500 cubic feet.
., :' 100 feet Plank 21-inch 12 to 18 inches and 7 inches wide ani 2 inches thick at the and would
.t : Cherry he ; not stop at' CracowjbntgboBtrftk;
The above beams to be fine grain Yellow Pine is pleased toconsjdetashlsrMrab,he
.4 'If : :: ; '.. wide 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities. to 6 inches in 45 feet. blade end, 168 feet in all, by the foot. I. I. '' If ;'; 'J ; h .tdq 1"tt'J'S1(1ftne.I ft'y"in'UaIlacia.'rA&'11

f.-t.: .;.$ 100 feet Cherry Plank. 2-iuch, 12 to IS inches 20,000 spring feet Yellow Piue plank stock to be fine 10'ash logs' 12 to 14 inches in diameter; and 12 brings up the old .exploded,, arguments on' the same day the'Archduke Williaa pcstet

.:3 ,: .r' ..,.: :' -. /. wide, 10 to 14 feet long. equal quantities grain. : feet long, (per cubic foot,) 130 cubic feet. against 1 'admission of slavery into : through Cosel/on his way-toratorW3"'

%e; -J. 'i' ., '" '. ... too feet Cherry Plank li-inch, 12 to 18 inches CLASS No. 4. CLASS No. 6. '' 'u-'' "' \ !"", the Emperor; o" tI f .'t'laasi.The .-..
-\.i .':' :. wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities. White Oak Knees sided inch. new territory.His: ; chief ,poi.nts''are : .Emperor of n ussia.1 on*amvin atC?'
t ,:: ..u.r., .'. :r. ..' ,:, .' 100 feet Cherry Boards, 1-iuch, 18 to 24 inches Southern Yellow Pine, (by cubic fo t') ,.(per th it :by the l Mis'sburi" Compromise cow.remainool'tbm' itorad hoor|duiiJ1IYJich
I.l; .:.11" .to' : ., .:{ wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities. .? ui uj 25 knees, side 7,inches, arID 4 to 5 feet, body 5'h .' '".d'z T. J fi j received thevDircfctorsrofitbeswil'/'Wl

; :;';J): : .: t' 100 feet Cherry Boards, %-inch, 18 to 24 inches 4-I : : "I : :1.< : rI3l-. 7 feet in length, 175 jnche. Congress and norther.. power,can legislate :other Austrian notables After r'eriflwig
\.t .' :. : es wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities. c:1 ; Q I 25 knee sided G inches, arm 4 to : feet, body .5' trobparh'fe;dro e off for Daklartae'.bcaJq} 0*
: : ,
So' "
a\J.fCJ.: .. ,d; ..A ItO feet Cherry Boardsinch, 12 to 18 inches lIJ.lf ynrd .. .: z -.I... -J._Q -So'. .._C ,== UJ: to 7 feet in.length, 150 inches. : upon, the, ,.sVbjec (. ."slav- ry fri\heterritories .of the Russian army of intervenffion,!:; Hi**

),.O, I '. ; wide, 12 feet long, equal quantities. -: -.,) ( ;. C'. 00 jj 25 knees, sided 5 inches, ,arm 4. to 5 fee'} body 5 ,- andthat :the.whole question, !turn'was xed Jtbr-'the lsm i'i i I .- 100 feet Cherry Boards, i-inch, 12 to IS inches tl : .Q. f"4 : C'I Q ) -; .: .Qs to 7 feet in length, 125 inches.None I :heretbfore{about the Czar"headiogft&etrsjf
wide 12 feet < I2SNSNSo to more than 3 degrees from a as presented( .by the Yirgmnrresoliiibhs t .
.; : ,': : i i' : long, equal quantities. .C) jj 'Z C c vary are. unfounded.IT-# j- T\*"--;lT8t
: ": ..... J ;;. 100 feet Cherry Joist, 4 x 4-inch. 12 feet long. .- -- on "f J .t'n right angle. June.0lawiReterdietbasiiivc. .g;. is an abstract one,. and:can never ,practically On; his Tetnrn :; !: : 150 feet Cherry Joist, 3J x 3 -incb, 12 feet long. 1680 CUbIC :Lo\iiez'arid thence rfo KilischirBeaito
t.... ." t. i: 2000 feet J and %.inch White wood Board, 14 12 pieces, If I'am'tb'betor- : .Qa!c. the1nierestsof:i ihe .South. ,one ottthe'ybung} post rand.dnkesand Paskeww "

.1'.C' :..... .( ',. '. t- : to 20 inches wide, (board: measure.) 116 piece.cubiC ft.or\\ 62 \ 22 I 22 19 16 10 tured from day to day with this horrible Ague, We await with, some interest the re- the rrinces of ibiko1f.,';Menchiio1f"1D4: *

.K r NAVY YARD PHILADELPJILLCLASS 12 each exclaims the poor sufferer has..become :' accompanied hini -tr" c-" 'f.'.!* c/.s' '
:'.;%;::'I" ..". \is.. :. .. :I pi liel'cs ce. I I a burden from the racking,par xypn81f ply of Mr.: CALfltoiTNtoitHiaJJspeech; ; '*'..,", t -x_ .. .,. ,-ir- ft I:LICT I i
No. 1. 55 20
II' .- '." t 20 17 14 9 I an intermittent, and whose confidence in human Which we upderstand"\ViU.rel flfc ." -} j '

;i t : .' '.::., "J White Oak, (by the cubic foot ) White .lIsh (board measure) thousand aid is destroyedbythe: failure of remedies' to \ to .: ?-<'' N vi.p I.nle.l-lfroarESjIai" '1..1" i>'-;:'i&c i. ,', ,':;:.ji!

'j \ .' ... ;. ''.. j. .... l ,OOO cubic feet White Oak plank stock. feet. per produce the, promised relief. Such' has' I been that," part. which-" "' 'is'personal., & :-..vt'! himself.. J .-|., :. ,1TlContinental papers, gJTes 'iIf" .>!
u the situation of thousands who are, now rejoicing counts.of .thq resit. victoiryjof'the Hngan I Iq'u'he
} -
but to the South. g I
furnished the the
:r : Instructions at yard. argument against'.
l. 1
;: ; :
12,000 feet or plank, 2 inches thick. in all the blessings of health from the ,use of : AUtrl S audRussansrefl !.
I I'if., '1"t J;' '.' ....',. 1 t ,, CLASS No. 2. 5,000do do 11 do Dr. Osgood's India Uholagogue. In noi instance As to Sir. BENTOS'S charge of apostacy., .'23tJ66'of thVIatter;slain; an'd'ffOO tUftftt,6/"*;:

White Pine the thousand 4,000 do boards, 1 do does it fail of effecting a speedy and permanentcure. well j 'on, the Uth J.une. The'; f w..York'TWr.
I 4Sr ." : i T.i. (by feet.) we :cannot : percei w it will *
To be 12 inches and upwards in breadth, For sale by- : trzins1ates. an Account frb'm die Zolaw&ei. 'i'
KftJW'f. itc oooo, feet (board measure) 3-inch White Pine and usual lengths. T. 0. HOLMES' &: 'Co. fail to be brought: .with tenfold weight t1';nS>.fVverjr; ,
> };. ,!." r. : !r s plank, 40 feet long, 14 to 16 inches 2.000 feet plank, 2 inches thick. ---- himself... theTery la.te&t eceive4 from aepianY,.!icS;. ,
:.t\f f \ t..;. '; .; r 1- wide, square edged, free from defects 2,000.. do do 1| do ISASTEItN JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT.Circuit against What Cart/ he, now .w'it is'011" .01 ihi. '."authority:6f: >! Teram. crt.ceiwa. ..

.. ; P .: A"< that would injure them as stage plank 2,000 do boards, 1 do claiming-par excellence' to be the champion 'from*Vienn-i: WZejtnaA Jfjg
Court of St. Johns ., .
: y.: 10,000 feet (board measure) 2-inch White Pine County j : "I '
r.; From 8 to 10 inches JUUigtwftrf
}{r'l-l} ;;;!..' '. .' t panel plank, 16 feet long. lengths. wide, 12 to 18 feet Thursday the J4th day of June, of: Democracy,.,the.: Simon, Pure"tb; th from, .r.i"bii'3-;..resuut'tP been. :..h/earU/' great. t anaenng w

:t'r1, : ; '' 10,000 feet (board measure) I-inch White Pine Black Jlsh board A. D., 1849. extinguish the genius'of.M CALHoUNy non- a&itiztds' lt. 't.l 'ou"j"'tJi t'f.the. h.dt..
l. 16 feet ( .measure. .
panel plank, long. ) '. '4t',1.4. "
l t ... V George .R..1'bj1Dk8, Master ) .: |Hege, :: g'ainsf"lii \ : f'atatea '11C 1'.a 0 )1..118 ca. 'ror,': .;. ..
;.!: :,< S,000 feet (board measure) 15 -inch White 1,000 feet of plank, 4 inches thick in Chancery ,. .0'.%:11 "''c-t'if or 'fj," Ju1824y .t rertoupvcisal 4Ifeatc.4a "d'.. 1 f.t.lTiji .
:1 ..h! '., ,." Pine panel plank, 1 G feet long. 1,000 do do 3 do I Order forv when. first ic'ndidat '
: :
i.t ,l .' 10,000 feet (board measure) 1-inch White Pine 1,000 do do 2} do use of Burroughs. E. Carr,et l.1: Publication.. TIiE .SI :JQMB 1'I

.p; panel boards, 16 feet long. 1,000 do do 2 do \ loves ( ) fqr f, Prsiden t,:, EO't H fi as &A before announced, J latest tntegwe

CLASS No. 3. 12 inches and upwards in breadth. Henry V', et 31: J now! a 'S nator4rom*,Missouri .was',an 4 (to June 15,) left Rome uncaptored,7tt Pthere'
,000 feet of boards 1 inch thick UPON heading.and filing the affidavit of Ge
; White JJsh, (by lineal foot.) 1,000do do 3 do Fairbanks, Solicitor said CorapiaiH- active-- suppqrtejjofjMr.'Cy an3ji mem- njporttha't thdFr nchhad entered Bon.T*le

100 seasoned White Ash, for rafters, 14 feet, To be in breadths of 16, 18, and 20 inches .- ants Henry, it W.appearing Groves and that Miutha the: said p'Defendants Bartlctt her. of;,the' Clay! Central Committee.'I'hc -. 'j outof the'fact"that on the;IUB a breachTra
lineal fe $1t
or 1400 feet. In proportions of each. reside -. ted br F'rQnchin tbew111sand
110 seasoned White Ash, for rafters, 16 feet, in the State'of' North Carolina, and that follQwln.g' ',.;,extract/of/.... ti r"fr m of heir troops entered the late along1hi. .
board --- TMr. .
Cherry ( : ; m
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.J '
't or 1COO lineal feet. measure.) Lewis Henry Boutell, Charles B utell,and Mary tr 1400 .abm 'ntrob: S"nnde rGaraba '
S 3J inches square at loom; 5J by U inches at 1,000 feet of boards I inch thick, 16, 18 and 20 Caroline Boutell, reside in the. StateofMas. B&5rroNfitst. appeared i in;tl o/Mhs: making 4tsorti ;"had!tretat.Th13'v

-. tat en. inches wide: proportions of each breadth sachusetts. sou ri. ."J)ien g c ri" (Y Ocote"2icl: which-wu ginIr"cut by Jihe Pren )W
NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON. to be clear of all dcfe ts. On motion of said Complainant's Solicitor It 1824 ., belief that :
: .
is that the ? ? "It .
ordered said Mar- r.
Henry n.
dud .
) .$ .3 CLASS No. I. Elm, (board measure.) tha P. Bartlett Lo.wis The ; in p ures defence1 on the1onehand; .
Henry Boutell, Charles : "p es. MC1Youl'd g'oix1flClii"s attack;on'the rdtheri'irerecarried!on'wrtff Jj I
White Pine, (board measure, per thou 3,000. feet quartered boards,.'% inch thick, 8 to Boutell, and Mary.Caroline Boutell. do appear .:'dniimitratio -ut it t'elctd, M ro5 Well remitting elInEand aroundnthr ono 1I '

.$ sand 10 inches wide.: 15 to 25 feet in length ind answer the said Complainants said Bill of iQ wtoih, : "*itiqn, They'iaye: been'display* I and the!lest'. ction ri d.ued'gity .
ff.etj l,000 feet of plank, -3 inches thick 24 'inches- Complaint! within four Months (from,,the first ed.upon tKeT5flooVT6f Congresa'for"th e'last'sevienteehryears. necessary by them absolutely trigQlt
4 7,000 sup. ft, 2 inch White Pine panel boards. wide publication of this Order. The/"constituted 'system JdtAMERiCAif The Abbe 1aieotthasbeea sept by the pt

: 12,000 do 1J do do do' Cypress, (board measure.) It is further ordered that due publication : Ppvcr).>based on. the agrlpoltdr? to Louis Q'Eolcon' .witk Jett.rpJI1onst'l

: ; 7,000 do 1 do de doS 6,000 feet quartered boards hereof be made weekly in some;;.Newspaper .aridMunufACtiirca of ois i nniejr against the monstro'us attack upon )?9m*:';
.'. CLASS No. 2. 10 inches wide 15 ,25 1 inch feet thick length.CLASS'N0.5. 8 to printed in this Circuit for the period of four {6f c." f lrn i'foreign cpnWerpe- -dp'oA Ifiiclosecomraepcijil'ailianjcpa thtf Ffetfch'-f hrs hollnesafHfules'to0'tsie'rs
: L ..: Ash, per cubic feet. .. Eonths., I Certified to. be a true Copy. .' '. '1,d :terpal, theIn4epeiiien&e1j'li5W1li81ar4piOitht..Z!; ; Jth( Y W t1 ; IJd p1ju h }Vt t7it,yt Lu1s Nbleofl';:

*:' 1,500 cubic feet of Ash logs viz St. Domingo Mahogany .. P.,B.. DU1AS;t ,..f vii* l1fcoiro. l put'fo'fth'excepi!:tBattbfb ndis1i1":
: 4: or one-third to be from 16 to 20. inches in I capstans, -. 'Clerk C.C. of St.Johns count \ oth1.l.muricIf! itii it th'iNh i iifon'ld for'tlifsf _.
(board measure.. ) '. { ;] ,r. .'r-.,. \ ; unprecedented nS8-rhon. !
I I ': Jr' June 30,4848. -" i.; V}?<.;* ><,i4m.v.j h. J .pf. 1. lnS l.C- !P1i l. !d Jth c.?I l < m P 04fi t influence'r UtJ*lift of Fr.-incp- t/in;ItalJJ .!f ':

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_:; -;- HUNGARY. When this told position that .fell by its own weight,- 'ra, M. McLeod"James P. Lightborn, Execor'a5tiIe of4{'1 w&Pelr'.tI !ltCMfilW ml VJ IS '- t >tj;
'f they ntxt us the system of proscription
that couretarrivcd 1
JJ1 iI June pms 2L-1.\tel:1st I night with a imporwde5p&tche would only extend to men.put in by\President .,Wm. R. Tomb, ami. "others-? 28,:in nun-, son Property. .I.8Lq (Ii t il-.J 1:1'tl1 : t :. ,

in IJolk. \ pursuance and by.' virtue of the last Will '
; theatre of in Hun- 'I" 1 ber-and five six IN f Wt t :
the war '
from or-, .
negroes.We j
and -
left Vienna the tfthinsLP When this fki led. by the proa ription'of men.. Testament the late James Dell, deceased f I

*' The hid arrived at Vienna from Gen.Havuhu.tSoander put in office:-under;'Tyler; under:'Van Buren, understand that Co). SPENCEB, AUchuacounty in this State, we shi ll >' I *ij-

,iu-cbief of the Austrian army. t" and-under Jackson-, then ;we*were told that it ,the'Indian Agent 'being advised of offer for stile by Public Auction to.the highest ." .

&he SsLhwartieiiberc,announcing'that on the morr was to be justified from.the fact. that Democrats. upon bidder, before th :Cdurt House,in'thc Town of .. .

ijce. the 12th tile Austrian army had assumed tbe .held all the,offices/7 _?. : the following facts, has. taken, prompt Newn osTiller, in the county. of- Alachua,f between -. '. w U L6, !i !. V
on the \ : the hours of .10 o' ock A. tid'.3o.clock .4 ; 73 1. f
'jrf ,1 had attacked hungarians This excuse haVing failed them Mn ;
from the
f action in the addressed
men, of matter, having 'Election;Of state,;Senators; \ *J v '
300.000 P. M
S5'ihe line. A joint army that many Whigs bavobeen holding office under on Monday the 21st day of August .. : t
*ltl 160,000 are Russians and 140,000 Auitrianstrnic" the Home next. the following described Property '""v ACA CY'! occurred brihe'o *- J.
.. of tor- all, ouradmidistrationa, the next plca: that Department, at Washington, A : ,
) put; raotin6, firtbe onroose tuate and being in the of Alacb'WI.towit of State Senator in the aDistrictby
Ihlt County eighth''Senatorial'
cetS battle. According to the Jefferson,. Jackson:>and 'Polk.'have removed and also the Governor of .State ). i )
jgthe Huncariaouo give the Austrian and whttoffic :;--.V -. ;,/ -:: o our up00 : The West half.of North-East ..quarter.of the death orHdb.Jomtt1Ft'f.J.etIt!
for the campaign agreed on. ; the We also lenin that Col. Section 'twenty-two Range half Xorth-West mer '
& ..undeithecHnmandofMar5halPrnceESwieh Thus;then, h'as:!lherebeena-, 1g.8 bt t- subject. ,' andintheLbirtcenthenaWrialdistnitby t
to pass the Carpathian mountain fugaDd; preVaricationj sustain*i& man who; SMITH Commander of the Post quarter of Section, twenty-two; So ih-West the resignation of Hnn.J.R 14"l'ICnt aUoia- .X f..rce the pa.wge of the river Dulka has commiI.tedwilr&il premeditated'falsehood Military quarter.of.Section 27, East half of uthEnstqnartcr the.fifteenth Senfltoriardwtriet'bjr'.tu'e resjgaa.ion *;.-,. : ,

Debnrcsm, the ceutre of the .in declaring :that he would allow no of St. Augustine, 'sent off on Thursdaya Section)28. NorlhEast'qu: ter of.Sec- oflIon.'LoujsAltji4ch: liLt hereby Orthpnd,. : .fi

SSSSJifc"$. The Russia General LudLj feeling to his but party. tion thirty-three, Xorth.East quarter.of SouthEast That an election! be held in said diri t. on '. !.J j .
govern appointing that detachment of U. S.
the Ban JelUehicli, were a.-lvo\ncingtowards he would make troops to. quarter of Section thirty-three N r li- Mondt.he 'firttdiy of Oetoberin4. to'fill '. '< /..
make honesty and -
manoeuvring so as to ,capacity, fidelity,
of Hungary
vefotre rations converge on the one hand with the the standard for the bestowal 'of office, and. River West quarter ofSei nthuit'.tonr, West half szutlvacances.1 / \ t i 'u ., C.*f I-; ?.
\ oot Paskiewicii.and with the their absence the "cause for removal On of South-West quarter of Section thirty.fonr. Given under my hand, and the seal) of ;.. .a.
Mof Prince onthepther } (see In, Thursday the 13th July, inst,. four Indians -, All 'of the '
which under the above lands In Township seven' the SLifc ufFloriiIz at the Capi. :. :.
of the Austrian
ii body army augural.) In the face of this declaration,of a came into the settlement at Indian Hirer, :
jTamioJ ofGen.Hayoau was marching on Comorn. Soutb, Range eighteen' East, containingeight .tol in the,4 itX orTilnhusee *. a
: dozen oth declarations before the : .
.r'similar declaration. .
eanlyin the houses of _
morning *
jf *-f ,
i SCdeipuches described the Hungarians as hem- ,hundred and forty one thirty-nine hundredth, [iiiLl. :26tTd OrJJ1ne. :D'J8-tg': i ;
Hud the declaration of such : .
Grittenden Major Wm. F.; Russell John Barker and D. H. s.
men as "
\ Sin OH In 1!liiJcII' either by llie Austrian or by the acres, more or less.of which about two hundredand 73d year of Atoertcan {'Indtpcn-. ) ;.
Ihat within} month the Hunritniwill and Clayton, is to be wondered at.that Got Us. They were, fed at Go.ttia' house and -*1?. *-*, > .
; Slttiitij; and they) Say the I. fifty is improved, having 'thereon a''good <.dencc. :._ .... ...... .{ : ,:tl
beaten. and Hunjary supportersbf Taylor should find the mselvesdriven also at Mijor Russell's and remained at the :
: be completely paSbi house -
dwelling kitchen and other houses, stables :' Q., 3I.QSEtE\- .; :
to the "t
most shifts and
contemptible evasions latter during most, of the day. Theyappear- .
barns' and other improvements belongingto Attest : A. E. MAXWKI.L Sec.State. .
justify his course! perfectly friendly and good natured nnd no .
Cotton Plantation also 49. tloct
a a Screw and July, "
aexbaustlbli& '
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I .. she m.Q.lcI Mr. Clayton intended to be very severe when difficulty or quarrel occurred between them .Mill House. with running Gear r'a'Saw.Gin .

following is au extract from a letter in the he spoke of "the last refuge of a co ndrelIt ."- and any of the settlers,'nor was any provocation and Grist Mill with WaterPower also a Stockof Executive DepnrtmcBt, ) '.' : f.

I I l',York Tribune, dated May 1. u language ich may be used by men claim- given by the settlers for the outrage which the Cattle .about fifty head more or; less. ., .T.U. .AIIASEEi June. 2GthJl849.: f f .:i
at the mines is composed of all the but neyer'could have originated Indians ; .
I "The population ing decency, subsequently committed. In the afternoon The Title of said lands and the,'Terms and GEYERAtORDFRS.J 't4 I, a ,;,.,,
emigrants,runaway sailors (from the from & Democratic Senator. It is nowa ,about o'clock Major Russell went over .-
BWicMi '
conditions made known the of sale.
on day e\e\ 4'
! which hare visited and are in this portItwtsenVChilians. suitable time for Whig orators'and Whig to see his neighbor Mr.: Barker, who lived a. APT n is hereby ordered lobe held'il : J;

) Peruvians,Mexicans, Sandwich presses to tell us what is the last refuge of a bout 300 yards South of him, and who was in BENNETT SAMUEL E.M.PYLES DELL, .the first UiTision of the Florida 'Militia : ; r ,

Islanders and more or less of the natives I scoundrel, if'a violation of all sacred obligations the field, about 500 yards from Russell's house Executors., onhcfi8t.lo ay October next,at the places : 4 t.

oalleirilized! countries upon the globe. In and the treachery of a Parthian faith are and 300 from Barker's. .The Indians left his appointed by law for the election County ; : .

t their,kbits and nunnerof living there is.great to be the subjects of their justification? house shortly after Russell did, bidding adieuto July 2i, i849. tdiAdministratrix' Officers, for a Major General, tp command saH' ; .' "t
health comfort and Division to fill the YI\Cmcy:occusiohed bv .tha :..
; eed of reform to insure ( his family in the most friendlv m_.nn____r.- -
tothose who are well disposed alreadyjtere Russell anf Barker were standing----" together u in '.. ., resignation'of"Gen. WillLiin Bailey; ,: ;. .:jt

that coming. Drinking O lel l. the field months after date shall And an election is hereby ordered 1 be hcl Jt .,
tad to these are talking, when they were fired upon by present my accounts '
abound I A RECOMMKXDATtOK BY THE PRESIDKXT SIX in the second Division i of the Florida Militia 6u ... ;, Ie ;
and all kinds of licentiousness OF THE these four Ir dians, and Russell was woundedby and, vouchers to the Hon.:Judge of 4
pm1lliOl degree than at any other place up- UNITED STATES.-Al a season when the Providence three bailsin the left arm, and also lathe Probate of Columbia county, for a final settlement the first Monday of October the places : ; : I
*o I greater of God bas manifested itself in the visitation of .
earth it apparently the a fearful abdomen which and ask a discharge from the further administration appointed by law ror c Tiectiun'ofCounty.Ot. \
on the face of the pestilence which is spreading its was grazed by two balls. Immediately 'i .
aim and ambition of a large number to try and the land,it is fining that a People ravages whose reliancehas after the fire the Indians broke from of the estate' of Samuel M..Elliot, ficen, fora i1aJorGun alto' Command said Ii' .' .
excel each other in all which degrades and ever been in His protection, should humble them. their cover, about 40 rods off, and ran towards deceased., late of Columbia county. vision. to fill 'the vacancy sioncd by the.resignation .

jnaVcs man miserable. selves before His throne, and, while acknowledging them.Barker ran in direction and Russellin r MARTHA W. 'FITCHETT, of Gen. James G. Cooper. ; :,._

:'Theexpenscsatthe mines are about $5 a past transgressions, ask. a continuance of the Divine another. The Indians all took after Barker Administratrix of the Esti\te of S. W. Elliot. Officers comm1\ )ding IJrigadcs,,Regiments : e' "'
day for living: porter S3 per bottle; brandy Mercy.It and despatched him with their knives.. Russell July 21, 1849. 6m Battailloissand 'Companies within theStat& jf "a.,
and hard i therefore earnestly recommended that the first are hereby required tocarry into.effect this of f f. *
flour in the
id whiskey SG; pork sugar, meantime ran to the house of Mr. '
all other articles of provisions Friday in August be observed throughout the United Gottis' der within the limits of, o' # ;
Ib the Indians
bred SI 50 : ( being between him and his .
per States of humiliation Sheriffs Sale Denton Fla."TTTLL
as a day fasting. and prayer. County, mands and nuke returns according to law., ,. : '
an 1 liquors in proportion. All business will tie suspended in the various bran- own house,) Gottis' house was about half mile ,

"The quantity of gold at the mines, from chesof the public service on that day; and it is recommended South Russell's and immediately on the shore bd sold:before the Court Housefdcor 'T.D.1OSEI4Wr J. i .. hare seen judge inexhaustable lorthe to persons of all religious denominations to of the Lagoon of Indian River or St. Lucie Y T 'of Benton :county, on the first Monday I -July_ 7, 49. "{;.tlcct, : a : .ot

of one million abstain from secular occupation, and to assemble in Sound also in August next between"the usual hours"of sale .
next twenty years by a population ,as were Russell's and Baker's there I L.ucJc :
their respective places of Public Worship to acknowledge the following to wit The East 11 : St. Coisutyi'aiCoiI iio" : ;: 'I
labor have : Ot
faithful diggers ; but the you to he found Gottis, Mr. Navarro, Mr. Bray ton property .J' ,
perform to get it and the privation you have to the infinite goodness which has watched over and a young man named Tombs. They had no South-East 3 of Section No. 12, Township 21 I SALE. ; ; .
md continue (0 our existence as a nation and sit long crowned us with in South Range 19 East ; also South-West 3 of virtue of the power vested in me by. Jaw '. ..1
nndergo to re ich here, undergo manifold blessing.! and to implore the Almighty in guns order, and accordingly all of them put BY '
while getting it, do not repay any industrious His own go-xl lime to stay the destroying haul whichis immediately in two boats on the Sound, and .I the South-West \ of Section 25, Township 20,' [I hue levied upon and will expose,fcr .....

business mania the States half enough for now lifted up againat us. Z. TAYLOK.Washington about the some time they saw Russell's family Range 19. Levied on as the property of C. T. ale at Fo Pierce, (there being no Court House .

making the attempt, if successful in accumulating J uly 3,i 84Q.C'nandn.. half mile above put off from ,his landing in Jenkins, to satisfy sundry Executions issued in the county of St. Lucie.) in the county of.St.. a : t:

as much as any uric person has up to the their boats. After the two boats in which Russell from the Circuit Court of Benton, in favor of Lucie, Florida on Mondaytbc22tl day of Octo-/* :''

present time,' which is altogether chance as you and Gottis and others were, had got about George Hernandez and others, this 2d day of : ben t A., D.. 1849, between the usual :hours :of, r. ,1' t _

may work for days and weeks adjacent to those A letter from Montreal under date of 4th instant, 40 yards from the shore, the Indians commenced July, 184' N. C. MOODY.' .sale, the following described tract of land, or, J t .

vto.are getting from one to two ounces daily, in firing at them, and continued to fire at sheriff; Benton eOUd!. so much thereof,as will pay the State and Coon q. t* -;
published the N. Journal of
and sink holes ten feet square and fourteen feet Commerce.says: them until they were out of gun-shot. When July 2i, i849.. tds ty T.lxelJ assessed .thereon for the year 1847 I ;j. "04 ;.
All ts gloom here,inconseq'ltuce af the from and 184 unless the taxes thereon and the .*
Jeepithroughmud, water and rock and yet be news they went to Gottis' house and set fire to that costs., ; .
England and there can be question that the olow before the ,of sale 1
are paid day to.wit. .
tnableto get enough to pay for your board, expose has been finally given 10 the British connexion as far and burned it. They then went to the houses Sherifi's Sale :Benton County, Fla. : ; ,v-Anjl8 ".' ,.
of hot and shutout of Barker : land ntaining 3GOO acres _of land,.- g-11114. :.'
!.to the burning rays a sun, as the SaxolI'pnl'' atin are concerned. They feel and Russell, and plundered and sacked -
from the air by the mountains by which bitterly the insulting reply to Sir Allen McNab and them, doing ranch damage, as it afterwards TT| ILL be sold'before the Court House-door beingm" the said" county( St Lucis. ,. called{' \.' ,
the *' 7T of Benton county on.the first Monday irratt's Island, situated ncar.Cap CanaTrTera ., '
J' tI are enveloped. general tone ofthe English public. I appeared from mere wantonness, by destroyingand : .

"'Several'persons (passengers by the steamer). A telegraphic despatch from Montreal. under date breaking and tearing the property, and also I, in August next, between the usual hours of ], in the. River: Ys or Indian tireri granted- #. .:, .

who vent to the mines with expectation of of 5th instant,says; carried off gome. The families of Dt\rkerand sale, the following propertytq: The South- to Don Juan Spanish..Govern i i ."

picking upon the surface hundreds, of dollars In vandus: of the the Stars : Russell had, in the meantime, fled by water, West quarter ofS, cb n 2(*,Township 22, Range men t. the J8tb.QfL y, in the'year 1803,and ; : u.J.
parts city yesterday measured and laid to.said McIntosh
Goo :
19 being 160 acres ofland more or less. Lev- by : .
returned much while the ;
have disappointed were Gottis and.
firing '
daily, very bud Stripes were given 10 the breeze, and remainedunmolested upon
resolving,in about six weeks, when the stream* The Loyalists are indignant at the insult Russell and their boats and burning ''Gottis'house. ied on as the proverty of Richard R. Crum, to J. F.Clark, on the December,1,8L7j'u'Wi1l o :. ,:,''

become dryer,to try it again; while some otlitw -, to which they have been subjected,, and some .. satisfy sundry Executions, issued from the seen .by the plat and survey thereof; which .." ."t

: entirely dispirited, are returning in the trouble may arise out of the obnoxious measure. Gottis and his party in their boats then con- County Court .Alachua, in favor' John O. said 3.600: acres ,aezss'jn'said: St. Lucio .'. 1

steamer.Thcrnuchiues. The" party in favor of the connection with the American tinued down the Sound to other settlers, and Tyner and others this 2d day.of July, 1849. county to John.H.Mclntosh. -$ :' j

Republic'is increasing and the latest news from N. M. MOODY, Amount:due'for,.Taxes:for. 1847, 22.21t. 'I }
for washing gold in the alarm and all that could be suddenly "" i
got up gave t* 'ft *r .
augmented its number/ ,. c 1849 '
England materially : 26.7:1 1.-
useless after collected board i : SJteriffi; Benton;county. -u" ; Vi .
the Slates, are not only reaching got on a small sail boat of Capt. 'f-- "' : '. 4:0 l.J
. .t1Lcosts .
July 21 1849. :tdsSherifl's .' 5. -' j .-. : but are a bill expense on the first cost in Davis' during the night and c\me"uptheSoundJ' : DR'AYTON. .
: .,U L. ..
Missouri Politic. a
I getting here, the common milk dairy pan being and in the morning anchored off opposite Rus Collector .
Tax avd Assessor of St. Loucie CV ;
ail suffiClcut.'flull The St.Louis Republican of the 29th contains the sell's house. 'There ashore :'Benton : ; ,:.
; they'sent a. party Sale. County :,Fla... '
July 14,1849.Jacksonville. : tdo 'It.
letter of Senator D. It. Atchison on the slave question.. and found that Russell's and Barker's houses .. :." : :34
has the Month gained by CirclingGen. his in reply to a resolution of the Platte county meeting I be sold before the Court House door .
had been sacked d
also found
TnrUrf plundered WILL Female InstituteCommittee'of JJ
1 which him his views in .
requested to give writing Benton'county,1 on'the first Mondayin t
Mr. Barker's in the field where had "
This question is frequently asked, but it will on the questions which Mr Benton had discussed at body he August next, between the usual hours of salt IHE. Direction have .aJopt4, d ., ;. ,4
take four Jefferson Mr Atchison complies at considerable been killed. He appeared to have been killed the follocingreg'uiatio. }
City. .
probably years to give the answer in the following to wit: One hundred :. ; ; fJ
nit Already c.m answer in part, we have length, taking the opposite ground to Mr B nton. stabbing htm with.knivcs. ,. was not scalped and sixty acres property.of'laud,i more or lesS being the The scholastic'yenr is'to'consist.of four. ]le. lUl.! ..1
but mentioning that gelltlemau'8l1amo once through or stripped ot hisi cl thing. : : < .;
got a full blooded Aboliiiimist! for a postmaster not Section.18 22 eleven weeks each. : ,:; ; ; '
die whole! of the address. Russell's in the meantime had quarter Township' {
generaL A man who not voted for the abolition family come Orthography; reading, wfiting'aud: ,anit1ithA :
only He in opposition to the views of Mr Benton, South., Range 19 East: also the East half of ; f!
argues on up the Lagoon his boat anti also Barker'family. tic terra '$4 OO. The above%ith' ,
glares in '
the District of Columbia, but, that tlic VViliuot Pnivis.'i is in violation of the Constitution. NorthWest quarter of Section Township 22 per Euglisti* 4 .G'
voted that the negroes should allowed to'vott Hcconiends that all Mexican laws and de South Range 19 East. Levied on as the property grammar and Geography, per term$ OO: 1'11& ,

. on the question of their own freedom. We havi:! crees which abolish! slavery were ipso facto repealed The nai tj in the sail Boat then weighed' anchor ,of Charles Russell to satisfy an Execution above with the higher branches of an English ;f: ,J
and the early crossed the Bar arul ,
next morning
guneJL department to the Government. by the treaty ucquisition,inasmuch as they wert in-. out to sei on their t<> St. Augustine,and arrived put' issued from the Circuit Court of Benton. infavor eJue\tion, lbraci gf g b1G O e. .rJ.. :
J to superintend the internal affairs of the :: c..,.,sh"lt with the equal rights of the Stales and citizens way natural, mental and 'mornl Philosphy;' Botany : "rt
couu the of the 18th of ennet' }I. Dell this 2d of
,! try. At the head of this thied Mr.. Ewiur oPf :r I .f the Union. _He affirms that there is' nothing," there_ I.t on_ _morning., __ _A .___ .___early._ .__I"L.having L__atnp-___. ._ ,' .day .July, Chemistry.. Geolocv.Aslronoair.. ,Rhetoric., in me meantime ei tape uuiiuTerui ugiii ununan 1848. Si. 31. MOODY -" -- -- --
----- -- ------ -- peu f
. ) Oiiio. another .tbolitionistILe with a1tChislong in be the construed Southern into Address desicn, "which dissolve by torture the, Union"itself can get water, where they found a liltile Daughter of Mr. Sheriff; Benton county. and Evidences of CLnstianUy! per*term SGQO ,'., ; : ',V
Russell's about 12 or 13 old and Eight ttf his Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer"in. ail -Xi'N
. : list clerks have been added to the Presi unless, he adds, "the calm and temperate narative of years July 21,1849. tds ". *
who ha'ot separatca front the rest of the .
". dent negroes TaRce-
patronage, and thcit whole influence is wrongs inflicted on the one part and patiently ur- &
'. family and bad rome up all the way on the Beach on r- The scholars will be under{ the isreful1iiL1g, : 1
tamed against the South. The former Secretary ed on the cither-of good faith violated. and reckless '
k assaults of the States the foot a distance of about 60 miles or more. Sherifl's Sale Benton Count Fla. tion oran experiencol female teacher. T.
. of the Treasury was a Southern man, nnd by one portion upon right The number of which came to St. Augustine } *
; ;$'' IU annual reports were each of them'a tower and iustit'itions another,all in utter disregard of the in this sail Boat person of}* tons burthen, was 27 i;all be sold before the Court House door' Provision has been made'for instruction iii V" i'J:
compact which binds these StateslIIgetber. he called WILL Latin. French Painting DraWingjiaiid'Mu; ..! r'
tfitrength to Southern rights. The present including women and children. Benton county, on the first Monday ,
arid disunion. '
Secretary Is from the North his feelings and conspiracy Mr Atchison contends that the Jackson.Resolutions From their report it is probable thatall the settlement in August next;between the usual hours of sale, sic. for which.additional charges(wiU bje n ade, Htl!

interests are there nnd his influence will be nr- I of Missouri are the same in substance as those previously *on St.Lucie county are abandoned by this time. the following property, to wit; The South-East The first term commences on' "theSUiofOcto-* 'U:' *' .

J11d against the South. The South then has adopted and obeyed by both Senators and They all concur in heard saying of that in the only settlement four or five on the In- quarter the South-West quarter, and SouthWest i ber next. \ 't: !- i.. 4M"ft
dians seen or
giioeJ hust formidable enemies, by electing reiterates his promise to.obey them to the letter- 12 inst.were when this was commiued.butMnj Russell quarter of the South-East quarter, Section AppliciUions for adl1i ion'art. id'beiiiacte tc :. ."Ji

*ltn.Tajbr. Many honest men believed that ledges himself sustain the right ofinsti union, and and others of outrage Useiu are of the opinion from the 27, and North-West quarter of the North-East he Committee of Direction.: ", V.\r. ; i: t J .1

I'I electing Gen. Taylor, the South would have lie duty to obey or rt"sign-and gives a formidable as amount of property ar/ied .off from his house, and quarter, and Non h-East quarter of North-West C03DtlTTE&. OF DifiEcrlo;:. : { *

advantage of his influence. What his in- JI CIt(the Wilmot Proviso, by declaring to be only from other circumstances tlut there were more .than quarter.Section Township 19 South, Range .. J. I.:DA IEL ::iR 1 J

l hence is worth to the South can be seen by ofstareryitithe partofa more extended District'Krai design, and involving then in the.the. abolition States.If. the four, ab'out'thf'rp, J ? 17 East. Levied on by Jeremiah M. Hayman. 'Dr."Hi D.'HOLLAND.A.MO02ED Lii :.::1; ha' .

| jUsdectioa of his Cabinet. He has called to O. Crescent City. There had difficulty or q'2nrrelbetween the Constable, to satisfy sundry Executions, issued :!}
I settlers there and .
Indians and the a*they say nn provocation TREASCRER. w.:
\ w council some of the most bitter enemies ofLt I whatever tending to such a resuli. The act from the Justice Court, Benton, in favor of R .1; SW 'RT' .nH 'n' Uiunb I. : 'P:
South,md in his Cabinet councils the inhtttt seems to have been one of mere savage wantonness Neil Ferguson and others, this 2d day of July' : .649:1 .','' .q I 'I, -,f j t
i Jacksonville/
I Collamer and Uo. prevails.BaCabinet .- 1849. N. 31 MOODY, 7i ... ; .''j'1!
Ewing ,
andciueliy. :' ",__'_._"_: _' -_ _.Q_. "
. has already done many things which Major Russelhthrough badly wounded and suffering Slteriff) Beaton county:, Eastern Judicial CIrcuit-CIzeuji-- n.W!

** Taylor, before the election, promised much from his wounds is doing well and has a fair Jul.21, 1848. tdsTo .r ". oJ..... ,. --c..j :4 ::1M ,.

iotII, cot be done. We must then believe prospect Din speedy recovery. lenet. Administrator1' .r ,' .; > .

kt1:1hat: Gen. Taylor has broken his pledges Farmers and Dairymen. Francis P Sanches'decti" et al: : I.' ": !< b*

iathe made before the election or that he i isbIle.fect Sale in St. AUG"II tinc.. & EMERSON'S'PATENT DOU- vs.Benj. I In .Ciancjery.Peter ., '

blank in hit administration, and can- Indian Outrage and murder. BE SOLD at Public Aucti.n, in ANTHONY ROTARY CHURN, peculiarly A. Putnam, Executor, of I. ', .'_ : ?; : SPeter .<',.

Wttrry out his own measures; in either case the condensed' WILL of the Court House in the Cifv of adapted to Warm Climates produce but Mitchei et al: .. r

***South has been deceived and humbugged.Patriot. .- We publish following St; Augustine. on Monday the"28th"of August*,. trr as easily from sweet milk as from cream. In. WHEREAS, by an Order duly entered on t *: ;

f AThcjt, (Ga.) statement of the facts in relation to a L849, at ten o'cIockA. M.':"the Real Estate of bringing JI liis effectual and simple Clfum u.e,the day of June;; 1849., the undersigned ,: [i -! .
proprietors, feeling,confidence i in its capabilities, do *
Francis Gue late of St. Johns county deceased W appointed to take and state, among f ;
i horrible Outrage and Murder, commit- not hesitate to pronounce tube b churn everoflereb ,
:Goat awl England.-The New York Herald consisting of- lu the public The Churn is on exhLbitioll.tbo other things, nn accent of tb'e! Debts.'owing,by .' 'i.fe'f

: ; 'the th':illst. says':-If the news received by mitted by the Indians upon the white A House and Lot, bounded on the south by Agency, .' the Estate of Peter Mitchei, deceased: : ', ". t .4 Lt

; t utnsDip Canada is true, we do not see how settlers Indian River in St. Lucie Bridge street, on the east by Hospital street, NO. 2. ;JOHN STREET. Now,> therefore, in pursuance'of said :.Order, : :; -i. .::

1 aHfcion between the Chinese and the En- on and on the west by Chat-lotto Street ; second. story,"corner uf Broadway' New York city Notice ii'Jurreby given. to all,persons,claiming to. .. $f 1

. c1i tta be avoided. According to the treaty county, on the 13th July, inst. It was Also, a Lot on the corner of St.George and And in order to convince ihe incredulous and sat' be Creditors of- the' Estate of the, saidP. t f3 .' t ;

*Pee entered into between.those'nations, the drawn Judge I. H. BRO.NSON of St. Patrick streets: jar!the curious at TWELVE CLOCK DAILY, Mitchel, produce their Claims a dmako:1 ;'4 t
, :. **MS e were after certain defined period, to up Also, four Lots of land lying on the west side I The public are invited to call and examine the ma- proof''thereof, before'me', atmyofScej'IftlheCity ; l y;
, *'* : St. Augustine from' the' more volum- described in a of St. Augustinej; on.or.before the '4thLm t '
j jI J 'penthe city of Canton to foreigners of Maria Sanchez Creek, plat I china, and see its tilityte'ted combine. the following ..' 1
I J'*perioJ has expired, and notwithstanding inous taken at that place made for Augustus Poujaui as Lots No.. nine, valuable! qualities; of October next, and that in Default .thereof, ; ,: : !J
*!8palation in this respect, the Chinese antorLt1eitis eleven thirteen and fifteen, containing, each 1st. It produces butter in less'time than any'other they will be precluded (rom the benefit of, tUo. ; ', ,
from,the srttlers who have escaped.It it and gathering iron sweet milk in Decree to be made therefnT: .r
i said,refuse to abide by it. The lot, one hundred and fifty feet in'length by fifty Churn making .I .

P object of the war with China, on the part is now evident that the Indians in breadth. AH the above property will'be"' from time.three to eight minutes, and from cream in much 1). B. DUMAS -;. i', :
aftieBritiabls the:Chinese to throw the widow's claim for dower. Special Master .# '.
to sold to -
compel subject 2d. It produces more butter fiom the same amount, k4oct .'' ? '
June 30 1S49.
removed from .
'Ptetrcountry to the trade of the world; must be forthwith JOSEFA GUE, ,Admin'x. of milk or cream,than the ordinary does-.: ; ; .1:1:

**5 heLtke treaty,was made, .tUte jtipajationJjwserted. limits of the State. Although this out- St. Augustine, July 21, 1849. 5t its work in a more thorough and scientific manner. Eaalern Judicial' Clrruiz..1 Jn.'a' 'C.Rrt' t' : :

ite" It is not likely, therefore, that 3d. It is the cheapest and must convenient Churn .(at Couuir. '.
J*!liitt will submit to its infraction. lethe rage does not appear to have been connected FOR SALE. ever invented, involving the true.philosophical i ,principles u :_ : .;
Joseph .HerJ11Uld. f.cuJ..9 ul
buttermaking. U1 b j )
; ja)*e persist in their determination' force ,with any ,combined movement OFFER for 'sale my two adjoining Houses 4th. New milk, after being churned, is sweet aad Robert !cJfa luc 4 45 ... >: / ._i i.t' !J

2i use to compel them to act as they a- all the Seminoles in the State; I': and"Lots in the Town of Jacksonville, in.oneofwhichl suitable for family use. '- ': ) In,Vbancci. 1
2 do. And En tland'will apply it with4 among calf with milk direct '
? at present reside, together,.with 5ih. Instead of feeding the Whipple Aldrich!Administrator1 ,J- ', cJ.
oubt; for although she cannot take part in yet the appetite for blood and plunderonce occupied sawmilLThis from the c\w- .- hutned sweet milk will answer every of bennn rj,' taI:. J v ;j Ii .

[or? ** Europe she will have no hesitation in1l be the Lot formerly desirable and will be purpose. By ihis means the bu er4.11,11 profit. IXTHEREAS; ''Ord r"d lycntrJcT fi! f; "
aroused will not readily appeased. property is very We offer iiaporttnefollowliigtennsj If the Churn 1 1 :
: mbartlin the cities of China, which are V V
; favorable terms. The title is indisputable he returned the l3tIa'diyofJun JSl9/th i1JCr t. :
"fttU" of_nuking vigorous_ resistance.I ., i J Ji \V e, presume the Governor of the disposed 1 also. offer for sale a lot of old If's ami the not moiify prove as will be retuii'icd.) signed was appointed'o take and, state, i n j i j l'!1
R ;Jq 0 L..l.- _, 8ceaadrel.- State will sake immediate measures to iron, remaining from the burning":.of my .sawmill. : .We have coiutantly on band and for sale. .six:different .., other things;an account, of the'debts .owing! .by-, ; 1
oct Ikf..c .1 a $ $9, sad $12.'capahle i.f the Estate d "
ra size, W: 8 4, SO 3. ofRbeMJladydeceoi :; .1
;f 5 another platform; it is that of an. secure the capture' and punishment of .the above U4nol' sooner disposed churning a one time 1|. 3j. 5j 10, 15.and SOgalltms :Now, ther-'- --t.'1 -iiisiianceofid Oriler.r 1 .T '. r. t
tmn but If property
; that he isa.wbjg; ; 11 v of made
no Alw churns size to
fmilk any
orcrealP. 'Notice is scla1rnii
ygit :
utnl' i .tfplrptTs g-to : .
Auction on)
:' ;re3I to tile Presidency, he will notbe the the murderers. of. I shall offer it o.fPu1ic order. "''' ? ,
'the 28th iW at the Court House, .at fl| : sell be CreditorsOf'thettzito pt the said Robert :: i i
President EXclJsincounlrYrigbtltornanafadllr.-
fli\ta Party-that he will'be: the of the day .
; the names to .
following decil.
are McUardyj prc ; f :
.. ,PeOplethat he has enemies to punto The A. ***. in the, Statps'ofNrtrai't'Smth) CinJina, Georgia : : ; .
..ittl ', rieuls 'uo who escaped in the boat' to St. JOSEPH ,A. BARBEE. ami Florida, for a*l IOSi about ifw rate of one hundred proof thereof, betbrcniesiitthe 'inyJpLffic ia 4a.
b rf reward persons gfc inhabitants, City,of St. Augustine, on;or before the
Jacksonville. July lIt 1849., dollar for each 10.000 : 4thj r 1 j
& : potism of mere politiclana,which cij1 : Augustine; 'v. F, Russell and daughter .- Terms Cash; A discount. of-- 23 percent.-allowed- .:. day:ofjOctober next n t1that Dcfuttlttherc-J 1-. .:e 1
{ in deceptive party pledges; is under "' W lI l- -. SALE' .to' the trade. : 7 :of, the11wil'tbe' 'pre ludea 'frm"the benefit nf t it:
} Jv it ,'the ..lasto.le W.B.DavisaPd ]lady, Mrs. FOB ; paid, addressed t the"'labs.iber !
JJ. ,( ? .n8 Dr. Johnson :.defines AH'orders, postage the Decree made therein.- '-'---'--- .
tfa Scoundrel.'* ofMon.iJ. AI FINE BUGGY and HARNESS. Terms' .W be promptly attended to: to .
*1 -Speech ( children Mrs. Burnham : .. '. ."t.l.t"l trda ;;l'i.B DmtI : i
three ,
and A T; DOUGLASS. t
ker AgenL
ttE &II .Apply to : '- .
thJul .
&IIaltl JS48, low. ,
) !\ N. Y. < : s-'. f ?"i1 'i$ '{ tqp tt 1Li i
Mrs. Stone Messrs.. c.PcO9PB, t No.2 John.street,corner of.Bruadway,
6dioe Tai1or J.tperA 'fif81 justified .J'tor'!; and four children, ) '. ;, Junc 30 '154. Hoot .wt ZI :
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r:' .rC.I':.J. .". .. ..S. T t J r, "i- "TINDER THE ARMED OCCUPATIONUCT. 1 !lIhe1feolmJ'tetDted 1IalDg ')"otQt &m

j\ ;. .; .... .. '. ;..*,..,. Br- .... .-MACHINERY.fa. '... .-The undersigned Ageiitbfthi Interior;' sbeIrniiedlnteI 1 ,,: beaflOhe : ba .*__ t',

f f.,# '. 'J: I W 2ltt.."" will attend the.following places' on the" days r'ctmpIaintI bottle .left her,:.D'd ane,takJii.t: .
...!... ";.SP I'.t:: *: t I t O'.eoaK! Mtx.U, specified below, to take and receive; proofs j>y .ral hfr : Bebg 1I:_ _1 i

S' *. ". ... clnrcr. des ositions before him in relation 'the set- : Ithoug'bU 'liiilh\'do-l t P P I
...A.... 'Sh' used. a.D1 n .. '.
r' :,\ r oh tlcment and occupation of all persons "ff ho obtained SI : It a. .,:otrimedt I
r.;.l.I. IXt.. .::; ,\ :: 0. J. B. would invite particular attention THIS INSTITUTION WILL BE OPENED ON 'permits under the act of Congress entitled ; 'no goqd; ,prevlonsly. ..'.". '.o ;t.. ''L(

J..f, ; I ': of his friends, and merchants visiting N.York. the first Monday in June next,at 9 o'clock, A.M., *'An act to provide for the armed occupation JOHN.IULLE '.i

Jr :k .a.: ;. :)' to give him a call at his new and spacious Manufactory in Jacksonville, East Florida. I nnd settlement:of the unsettled_ part the.? 3 i 4 t '...... ..jT.O.T.HE
\' ; and Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation Florida 4th August .LABIEI .t
'' ': )06: .f Warehouse, I Peninsula of approved I'I t !

t :..\. .:,." "f. !* ) *.. 149 and 144 Br nf tvnjr. of young Lads and Misses, where i 1242, and who were; occupants .under that act. _ ___ ;; OJ !'fJJl:4: ,j"J.p i, :;:
.v. they will be instructed in the Elementary and thereof June
/ and the act amendatory approved S.
.'' ) TowNaziixi'i
of-, ;,' ..:.:;;: : t'- (C It 0 T 0 "I BUILDIGS, ) branches of and classical L SAUUAau.L.\a iot
I an English 15th: 1844;and wlio'settlfd or occupied under '
: '.1; ...{ i between Cedar and streets where there 't .pd'ipeed, cure fw lJ1eipienteo '
Liberty Education, and young men will be fitted for said act and, did not voluntarily relinquish or for the1 '. .. t
:'" ;:' ''': ',,' will be found the extensive I general prostration.matter :oru.
.t'JJt".l'' .'i... p. always most assort- College or for professional, in the Latin and abandon the same, but continued reside on whether the rttrolt '. '
!,: ment of Greek classies, and in the Philosophical and said frontier south of the line dividing Town? AN'ENTIRELY; iVEGETABLEsCOMPOUND.:: 'causesrodueed of lnJaena".. .

:t.': ..ilff... :.t .: f" UMBRELLAS, PARASOLLS, Mathematical sciences. ships numbers nine and ten, south and east of; THIS'MEDICINE 'was' -prepared! bgi1&i' i, .or: .. r _, by'irregulariSaccident. ,_ ', .'-J.: .' 1
Arrangement the base line specified in the act of 1842, thereby ?: ;. and is the'Ten1t'of an extensive I ''
: ;; ,, ; Nothing panvigoraiing i snure '
,, .:.. THE YEAR will" be divided into four quarters, aiding to effect the objects of said act, viz: practice. ot'several yean in. bilious. climate .effects on s the bnsn li. .
:; .Af.I':( '!.' .: ; .! r.')':. of about 12 weeks- each, with intervening vaca At Newnansville, Alachua nty, on .Monday J Those who.have; moo'it themselves;or .I.sons all.weakness and; .lasatode' fii. ..1'tf.

'.14.J ..X. ; ..... tions. The day will have two sessions: the first, 7th May. :seen its salutary 'Affects :'upon other,' need no, at once become robust and fill i frwa'tgii.. '
: .: :,..t'O: .r ,. of his own celebrated' manufacture( for sale in from 9 to 12 M., and the second from 3 to 5 P.M. At St. Angustine, St. Johns' countyon Tuesday farther evidence of its'great'value The health, its influence. 'Itgreatrcau8eof bhinedJAttJ1"'C of tJ2'

tr :'l1 r. ::: t; ), unyquantity, and at greatly reduced prices. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to ,15th May. 'of thousands''has been perfectly restored bytliie ,nendeuDea : U' :
;:: .f. ... G. J. B. himself that Umbrellas and bftbefemaie ft' .Di .::1rltl"-'c.i'\ll
l7'it'% ;' '.:. pledges exercises in English composition and declama- At Pilatka. Putnam county, on Tuesday., 22d. medlchie"wh n all other: remedies' have : barreaness.It ., ." "''
f' : : ,1
; Ii.y Parasols from the "Croton shall '
: Manufactory" 'a
; .. t failed. 'Its operation !s not simply to suspend '
'4. will hot
:.'"='h.h' :.I I,..t,J..... :.. ;I,,.. be A No. 1'49.LADY in.every respect. tion.After the first term, nc pupil will be received, May.At Mellonville, Orange ounty, on Tuesday29th the disease for a time,.but to purify the system deljcate a nature beeipected, to uhibltcendiQtea ot1i ht_OfCV:1bu

t:"J""t'......t"t.. ."f.I.L. .' --July, except at or near the beginning of the session, I May. : and restore; it to sound! and perfect health. perf4r tVe can

:''''..1'., .1':.;'.' EI. 1M m- and no pupil for less than one term. At Ocala Marion county, on Monday,. 18th A mall 'Treatisef on' the "causes, treatment :,hundd Iof, aa haTe imare.U..W",41W.beenrepo .,
fI" .- :. A Th _. ..
June. diseases ..
: Jmt 0 Tnili.. and cure of fever and ague and other of : DR. TOWNSEND
: My wile
y:5c1.4'': ; :.. 4 A who has had several years experience Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, $6,00 At Lake Lindsay,'Benton county', on Monday bilious climates," may. be. .had gratis,of the undersigned. .tressed, ) t.weakness andgeneralsufferingicontiauallj iD,jjj UJ.:"
( ;.r. ft "= r J : in a finishing school for Young La 25th June. .
Higher English studies 8,00 ; Jby,, icdliSlf S'
:(: ) ; t. dies is desirous to reside in Florida and there- At Fort Also from of the peia \
\ : ; : ; Philosophical and Classical studies 10,00 Fanning, Levy county, on Monday, numerous certificates men difficulties and having knpva mnjiSSS''
r\.r. /,, : : foF wishes to take charge of an Academy for 9th July. highest ;testifying to the ;
: V ; One half the price of tuition according to the respectability, great medicine .has effected .. '
;,t. { ? .t' ,\ .j Young Ladies, or to hear of some healthy plea. studies pursued will be expected, in advance At Tampa, Hillsborough county, on Monday, efficacy: :'of.this,medicine, can be seen oh'app11cation hearing recommended; great for cur* :***' lli
::/, -1... I, C I ... Bant town, in which sufficient encouragement 30th Jul,. to. inch casts uD .
and the balance at the end of each term. described I obtained
v.t..(. ., b 1 will be given her to establish a school for Young At Key West, Monroe county, on Monday; T..O.HOLl\JES..CO. ,. a lttIe Of101l, ;,
.:;{ ""t:. I c fl'; :! Ladies, in which will be taught all the Branches Board will be provided in.Town at reasonable 13th August. of,8areapaiU siid.foUoe4 e.c! _;
r .. rates month for Pupils from the coun- Agents lor'Jacl onnIle and Ya inity. Jn short
per me.
gate a period 1<JDQTecI .
: t; --:: :. 'of a complete Education together with At Miami Dade 20th
: "1' ': t /: !...l Music French,Painting,Embroidery, &c, References try ; and Parents and Guardians,'who may desire August. county, on. Monday Jacksonville, Feb.'2 ,1849. 6m plainta nnd,restored. her to.ffrateful .hea1tp'.a 1
to avail themselves of the facilities. this .
=' :1....,. t= "';: as regards her and At .for t benefita; ebe teclrl""
Fort Pierce
001 ... success capability Institution for the education of their children St. Lucia county. ) on Monday DR. TOWNSEND/S ,COMPOUND ,EXT CTSARSAPARILLA. 1,
.4 : .: .l
1 ; teacher will pleasure 1D.thua'ackDo1rledgiJra
i :. as a begiven. Any one wishing 3d September.All its4j.
"' : .... : .; and others, may be assured that no exertion mending it to ihe 3
; ,. J.: engage her services, or who can give the abore persons interested and who have not already public. r
irA2'i" "=:, ,:: information can get her address applying t will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and made. their proof requested to have This Extract is ,put .up in' quart bottles-iila. M. D.MOOBE: cor. of Grand JtL1cUulti' : !

,il r .... ; ) .r the Editor of the "Jacksonville News." progress in knowledge of all who may be their witnesses ready ,and come prepared to six times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior ,AlbanyAug.l844. i" i

J. :,..,.;..,.:j. ; June 2d 1S48. 3m entrusted to the care of the Principal. to any sold. .It cures diseases .withoutvomiting TO MOTHERS AND M.ARllJJi'7\ ..,,: ..
.. K. prove their cases fully. Settlers on lands heretofore . ... .. .... "'
'.L"): Lt.' ,;L _ _ _ ____ __ RUFUS Principal the This Extract .UJLS
:;.:;;r...,., 'f.; : ; U N. B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to unsurveyed will now have an opportunity purguzgswten&ng'ur deoiinattng patient of Sarsaparilla hasy been =
S Sheriff's Sale. and is particularly adapted for a 1
tt.J... to identify their lands. prepared in reference to female
... 4/.q' :: .:+:&. It ,. ..' WILL be sold before the Court House, in provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen- HUGH ARCHER ; FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.The No female.who has ecap;
fit : i .. '.; :; -C. Town of Jacksonville on the first ded. [Republican copy.] 'great beauty and suPeriority.this Sarsaparilla reason luppoae As Ja ,
;;::;Sf. ;' .' t'.): in May 19, lS49. tf Agent of the Interior. prooching that critical period, "the tir fljfpE!
f ".sl; ) : o". Monday August next, between the usual .. April 28, 1849. tloct over all other remedies is, it eradicates should neglect to take ins it is'a e rtaha ..p
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of sale the _
following to wit- disease it
property ; invigorates the '
ventiye for of the
{: .fit. p. 't any numnou aile b rnlir'
.: : ,'i !:- ,,' ', t'ij one certain lot of land, with the appurtenances HOLMES & CO. Columbia Sheri 's Sale. body, consumption cured, diseases to which females are lubjeet'it1j
J'p << .. thereto belonging,situated in said Town of Jacksonville be sold before the Court House door cleanse and strengthen
....i..f -1'::I" J s'" l\/TESSRS. HOLMES: & CO., have removed WLL ,p time life. This period may be'dtJa1 4 tr"
"' \'-i! .- and known on the I plat ofaid Town 1' their stock of Merchandize to the large the Town Alligator, Columbia Co., consumption can be cured, several years by using this medicine. 'hVwir
.: .., : : as Lot No. 3, in No. 10. The Western on the first of bronochitis liver
'. 1 square building formerly occupied by the United States, Monday July next, between the consumption, complaint, less valuable for those who ate .f
r:'.r:'.-":,., ', 1 I,. ... boundary line of said lot commences on Bay st. known as the Government Building. They usual hours of sale, the following property, to colds' coughs catarrh, asthma, spitting womanhood, as it is calculated to assist approaeiiarf nattm
,.k.:? : and runs thence Northerly JOS feet, to the wit: Lot No. 25 runing one hundred and P of blood soreness in the chest '
; ..' .. r. have added to their stock, by the late arrivals fiftyet by quickening the blood and invigoratiii'ti4*
'.l..:. (.;::, '.. : .. 1;.'j YcL1O Southernmost thence line of Lot No. 6, in said square from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods, fe ((150)) on second and third streets, and one hectic flush, night sweats, difficult system. Indeed,this medicine mvalnaUef
OJ' Southerly 78 feet. thence Eastwardly
#; ; hundred and ten feet ((110)) on Magnolia and L : .or profuse expectoration all the diseases
Groceries Hardware Provisions &c. &c to which women *?*
1 .;; ': 7 feet thence are subject;.
27 feet
::' 't ;4. thence Southwardly which they are prepared to sell at reducedprices. Cherry streets; and Lot No. thirty six ((36,) run. nnd pain It braces the whole system" rti1f1l"'pcriiia
b jf '
.. Westwardly along said Bay street 24} hundred in the side. ?
iDg one and fifty feet third I &c
: '.. ((150)) on v ently the natural
.jSl\\. : :
: 4'j feet to the of led II energiesy'rcmuoij (W
place bonn
.. #: beginning. Being! and fourth streets, and one hundred and ten I have ,an4 i impurities of the
; Cottons body-not
.0: ::; : on'the North by lot No. 6 aforesaid. and They are now prepared to purchase so far stianifitaft
b. \ -$ t .-..:. ".J ".'.=. portion of said lot No. 3. on the East: by by a- Hides, and other produce of the country, at the feet ((110)1 ) on :Magnolia and Cherry streets, situated can cured be the system as to produce a snbseqetTa.1
aportion'of in the Town '
,. "f:: "" said lot No. highest Market rates, and make cash advances Columbus in Columbia Co., ,. tion.which'is the case of most m did i 'fa fiHiV
the '
...t,, t-;.),. Jo.. -: .;&. and on the West on South b; Bay st., on consignments to their friends in Savannahand together with all the buildings and appurtenances Probably there never was a remedy that has I for female weakness and distfJ e. *u:.:-*"*

.LAP';. ? .. .?...' .1. t. Said by a portion of said lot No..3. Charleston or New York. thereon; also the interest Francis Jones, been so successful desperate cases of con sump. DISEASE OF THE HEART .I UF ," ,
t 'p levied ,
.; : .. r ,.C' suM property on to satisfy two fi. fa., ISf'f. They have n new article of Wrought Iron in the said town Columbus being six shares don as this; it clr.nns.'nnd. strengthens the TUBE AND DROPSY.' .: ;,:,;
from the Circuit :
:. ;., .. ...t.r: : ,. .. b. ...' Judgements of foreclosure for Duval county; Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call thereof; also the interest of rancis Jones; in: system and appears to. heal the ulcers on the NEW.YORK,July; 22l4&t

:t: ;..:: S : Term thereof one in favor obtained of John ut the May the attention of Planters. the toll Bridge, at Columbus, being six shares lungs,and the patients gradually regain their DB. TOWNSEKD-Dear Sir: Bly iire' _t'
.i'..' ...;; ;i.i: iv* .' and the other in favor Sidney Sarnmis Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf thereof. Levied upon os the property of the usual health and strength. been afflicted with a disease of the I...rtiMt
Wintringham, said Francis Jones to 'fi. fa. issued I .
satisfy a CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with terrible for
rupture ovrifteei'eI
r both against: George D. :Miller. :; ,
r:$&: ;.oI. i# THOMAS: LEDWITH Mail Arrangement. from the Circuit Court Benton, wherein' Luke is scarcely a day passes but there area the greater part of'the tim She aita. ,,

..r.t. : Kvtl Sheriff of Duval The Northern Mail arrives every Sunday and Moore, Administrator of the Estate -Lester: number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness of breath and( great f nfJ;

.. .. "" .llr.t.?.; Jacksonville June 1849. county.tds Wednesday by three o'clock P. 11.lnd, closeson Crook, deceased, is the Plantiff, ,and the said I cured by.the use of Dr.Townsend's ar aparilfu.. tering of 'the.heart, which: has bma, *idi
t'' 1jr! :).. V. '* ..4 I.;: .: -..------..---- Tuesday and Friday mornings at 7 o'clock. Francis Jones and Peter K. Bailey j are the De The following was recently received: tressing, and has frequently>t en iiDalltl ti.
': Kr. fendants. Levy made by Thomas Fitzpatrick DR. .TOWNSEND Dear Sir For leave her bed. The ; I
>4i *; Sheriff's Sale. The Southern Mail arrives on l\londayand : the' last rupture was very. tei;
/::" : t ::'. .-: =. }., be sold before the Court House door Tuesday nights, and closes oaSunday: and Wednesday former Sheriff of Columbia county. three ye.ars.I have been, afflicted with general: and severe. he'tried almost every rnntdjr '
A A.
1. ;-.tI I4" \. WILL in the Town of Jacksonville the mornings at 11 o'clock. STEWARD Sheriff. debility, and nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little benefit. YFheh'iii' :

..,...,)t.. ..:,;: it. t: :'I first !Monday of August next, between the, on usual The Western Mail is due on Tuesday. and Alligator, May.26, 1840. 6t. stage, and did.not expect to ever gain my healthat bad taken'but'three' bottlea' of yourexcelltii, '
'; .:; ",:{;;; :' "I I ..1' hours of sale, the following property, to wit.:- Friday mornings, by 7 o'clock and closes on AdlllinistorntorJs. N tice:= all. After,going through course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved of the dirajof i

'; ';1. ;''.; :,. :-.: t; f Slaves, Tena, aged about 25 years, Amy, about Sunday and Wednesday mornings at 11 o'clock. shall apply to under the care of some,of the' most distinguished the heart, and, the rupture :baa ahn i&i" .

:(:. t. : I. t: 4...,: 12, John, 7, Louisa, 5, and Thomas 3._ The Mail from Nassau Court House! arriveson I the Hon. Probate Judge. of Columbia county regular physicians and niembers of the tirely disappeared. \.T* .
,';:', ...,' .,'. .f i J' tt .' Levied upon as the property of Joshua,Hick- every Tuesday afternoon, and closes on Sunday for Letters of Dismission as Administrator on, Board otHcal h'iri New York and :elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, and wasVtrjrmufih

r: / :t". :..". ; L' ; man, deceased; and pointed out by William morning at 11 o'clock. !. the Estate of Henry Ctcfton, late of said'county, and .spending' .the .most -of jriy ea.mirigA1t.| ,. swollen.. JVe shad idea that aht i M::
'''.;;.t '..: :. MARK tempting to regain health and after reading be so benefited, as she had seh
'. .' Hickman,one of the Executors said deceased BUTTS., Postn lsteT. de easell. JOHN CLEFTON, Adm'r. : toy compliatioa
:: ji ...; :. r. '; to satisfy a fie fa. issued from the Circuit Court, Jacksonville, July 7, '49Adwinistratlix' Jan 27, 1849.. 6m in some, paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of d ieenscs.; :But it has,as strange as it B3J.J] .

i ; ,;, : '" r 4}" of Duval county, wherein Win. Bailey, administrator to. try it. ,After using six bottles 1 found t pear, relieved i ;_ her,of: the dropsy lanavut. ;,

t .:4\! !-: .J'. :. i debonis non of John Bullance, dec., is the: Notice. 11. 11. II EI'D. &.; CO. done me great good and called to see yon at that this statement is. so strange loappar

;;J:. .; i't :;.. Plaintiff, and Benjamin A. Putnam, William: SIX MONTHS after date I shall present my 1\tT ESBRS. R. R REID your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction; ,.but I it is, neierthtka,lofctr>
:'t; : ;.-: ;'. e (} HickmanJsaiah D. Hart Executors of Joshua accounts.aiid vouchers to the Hon. the l..L & CO. having leased most heartily thank you: fqryour advice. I persevere reality. Your Sarsaparilla is certainly 'a vtluable -.
'}f. '. ," '" Columbia the Wharfand the buildings attached 1, in taking the have medicine should.
; :. : Hickman., deceased, are Defendants. Judge of Probate of county for a fi- Sarsaparilla been and. be vsedby mrjt
;.p...i ,,: ... :, ".i THOMAS LEDWITH settlement and discharge from the administration are now prepared in connection with their able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that. sutferingos; $ we hare b<
J..f.. ,II.. :,''., ..: :. ,. 4: Sheriff Duval county., of the Estate of John C. Smith, late of ,I AND DRY GOOD, GROCERY HARDWARE four months, and I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are.. l..liberty t.-

} "!'I....%$.. ,'.. .l : r .j':. Jacksonville, June 30, 1849. tds said county, deceased. MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH and your Sarsnparilla to continue my hcalth.It .- call at my buseand have oculardemnoIstnt2L

i"...,.."': 2':.... ., ; I. ..... ELIZABETH SMITH. : MENT, to do a GENERAL COMMISSION' helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,respectfully, <
.......1(1" .;. .' ,.,',I STATE OF FI.OBIDA. By A. Y. ALLEN, Ag'LJune : BUSINESS. knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY.Orange ;. WJLL1A31 TOW8EB, 1 JaxneHt.,->
1 r: ,,. ,,-: : : :' : To All Their charges are established by the SnTan Essex Co.N.J.
.;, ... '. .t.. to nhom these Presents shall tome, 16, 1849. 6m > Aug., 1847. ("
,. I. # Rah rates.
.. State :
l. ..f, : e '' Greeting: of New Jersey, Essex County, M.-:-Chas. DYSP PSY. :-"
&.:..' ,;.i., f t '." WHEREAS' Lawrence Ryan has applied to Land for Sale. They are the Agents of the U. S. :Mail Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid' or medidiue.hxs ever been diacow,

I.r. 4' I I. :..:. rj."1 Letters dismissoiy from the Es tl& FOR SALE,between nine and ten thou Steamers at this.:place, and are now enabled. his oath saitb, that the foregoing statement is ed which so nearly reseuables. the gaatricjnitf-

.('.1: ",t le'. ". f,..::... tate George Church, deceased, Therefore all 1 sand acres of Land!, situated in Nassau to offer ev

!:;: 1 ..:' : .: H persons interested are hereby notified to file County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. and the Public generally. belief. CHAS. QUIMBY: the organs digestion as this preparatioaSarsaparilla. : ef J
"I ''i.o:?' .. : t '.'. their Goods consigned to their care will be received Sworn and subscribed to before .
objections if met positively ,
: : any they have, to the issu- Mary's Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman Orange, cures everycaOf'
,,= .I.4. '' ; ing of said Letters six months after date, otherwise Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine and forwarded with despatch. the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN,. dyspepsia, how ' or chronic., J-, '.

.3:' -t.'. ......... :: :.: :t. ; ? said Lawrence Ryan will be discharged t l land, conveniently situated upon water courses, Their convenient Store, Office the Wharf.and Warehouse situated Justice, of the Peace.. BANK DEVARTMEtIITALAZZT, May 10., ."'.:

1 '.. t' .. :,l. by virtue of these presents. with the exception of about five hundred acres 10 : : ;,1, have .IIct$;
..' .t, 7.r. .;' :: Witness my name and seal of office, of heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary's Palatka, St.John's River, E. F, January 13, TWO CHILDREN SA VED. for several years _with dispepsia in,ill tent,

,, ,:'. tF :I..1 ". ,'f. [L.s.J) this 25th June, A. D. 1849. River. The whole or any portion will be sold 1849.- _ly_ Very few families indeed-in fact we have form, attended with sourness.;of, $tOCbI5':

.:: :, :' WILLIAM F. CKABTREE. cheap for cash. Apply to Notice. hot heard of one-that used Townsend's'B appetite, ,,extreme ,heartburn, and.a p.:

: : :K''t.! .' 1'; 1 e; Judge of Probate, Duval county. WILLIAM HICKMAN. LL persons indebted Messrs. Palmer & Sarsaparilla in' time lost any'children'the post aversion to all kinds,, and ,for,wtfli:

,:;.t;tfJ :- :. ;'' Jun 30, '49--6m Jacksonville, March 17,1849. tf :\ Ferris, on mortgage bond note ther. summer, while those,that did not sickened and (what.I.could at1lLaygbeen unable wti a:

.' vt;. .. .1.. ivp. ;<> __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. wise, will please take notice, that! ,the'undersigned or died The certificate we;publish' below is conclusive but a small portion on m;stomach. ,.ItriedtW-,

\ ; -. ; Administrator's Notice. IV 01 ice. is authorized to collect and settle the same. evidence of Us value, anoVis only another -, usual ,reiies,abut they:.had buUiU *..*

ira':: : $ SALE OF REAL ESTATE. ; SUBSCRIBER has leased the Immediate attention to this notice becomes necessary instance of Hs"saving th"e lives of children : effect in removing the,complaint. .J wai iadtf>-

,. :: ; Postponed to the First Monday in May next MTHE formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on as Mr. Ferris is about to remove from I TOWNSEND-Dear* Sir: I had two children ed, about? two,months since, to try your Extract '

I .->/*t.::. r.. j, an order of the Bay street, (known as Hart's old BoardingHouse ; the State. Suits will be brought at once,in l lll cured b.J" u Sarsaparilla of the summer: Sarsaparilla;, and, 1,mpst.&iy with little COH

(!..i':.....:* ft.S PURSUANT of Judge'of Pro ,) and is now prepared to accommodate cases where prompt attention to the above' I is complaint anttf dysentery ;..Vne wsnl1'1 5 fidence; lut after:using'nearly,two.,bU1e L

.g.:41 i !::: ;: ..; r .. offer for sale at Public County Auction this date, I will I ,, hny who may see fit to patronize him, and as- neglected. months old aha theqt1ier3! years They Vtere found! my appetite; torett nd the hean1b1-%

... V t'#. ( .: :- ;.. Monday in April next on the first lures them that no pains will-be spared to ensure PHILIP FRASER, very.much-reduced,and we expectedjthey would entirely! rleni9yed, :and 1 wouJdcrneat17":
.j. :,.,;>; .. t ;'. hours Sheriffs sales ensuing, at the usual 1 their comfort. A commodious stable is attached Attorney for Messrs. Palmer & Ferris. die; they were given up by two respectable commEnt useofit. to.tb se'b4baTe.b4'

.,::-.' :r. tS S. .l. real estate of Eliza M. Crichton, the following described ,'I to the establishment, and every attention May 26, 1849. 4t ,. phY icitUl,. Wh n the doctor informed us>that nfUcte as): bavebeen.. _'Your&c' ..:t
.. t; ;,;: '" :. Lundred and -one will be paid to the horses of those travel ," wp rausj lose them we resolved to try yqur W. '.
r ':&: .4. ;; thirty ((130)) acres of Land, more who Parker's Patents Sarsaparilla !wehaJ. head'&muchfbiItha .N B. }hVA .
C ..: .' ; .\. or le.ssj; situated the St. Johns River lens may think proper to stop with him. fr Improvement ; LI j'.urcbaMnone haTewTR
':t..i : .'I( : '.. val County, and bounded on the South and, in East Dn A. W. f'RICHTONAcksonviUe *'in nydraaUc Power.; little confidence, there being'so'tnucli staff,advertised ere that hide the bottle owplete1yatkb1>

} t..t.. .... ;I :.'" by lands of Eleanor A. Crichton West E. F., Dec.2, 1848. tfNotice. PERSONS infringing, or violating the tb worthless: ,but we\are very the written signature .
? by ALL tbankfulthat'\Vodld
j' :J: & :..'... f .t Johns River, North and East by lands of Cal .--Six MONTHS aftor date I shall Patents are cautioned not, to pay the for it undoubtedly iI: Fuiton-st.IWl4i&,
I 'iFJ':"," : '.. :' vin. Reed, North by I lands of Charles Byrne and for'said infringements,. or violations to Lyman lives of both. I write,this that others: may N.Yij.Bedding.&.co. astats.Bc59n r P1.! J
accounts vouchers
", "l'.::' ." .' ': r.'; the same' being one-eighth (ll') of a tract of- m inistrator of my the Estate of Francis Richard as Ad Merchant, Daniel Humphrey and Thomas J. be induced to use- it. JOHN,Yours, respectfully, &. sons, 132,North Second t..T hiladeh) 1'l

:It, ... << : I."... land owned l'ythe late John Crichton, known I ate of Duval County, deceased, to the Honorable Barney, or either of them acting as my'agents, Myrtle-avenue. Brooklyn WILSON. Jr. S. fiance, .'dritBa1tizzorRichmond j' vo,c. I
'. < t as "Tweedside," and situate at the under a of Attorney dated ,SepfclS. 1847.. ; PM.Jol enf :
.4 power the
) mouth of of Probate of said on 18th
Judge for LVrfATic
P.t t ;!:. : .fi JnUngton Creek. The said county, a final 4812 UM.? &"co. J151 Clei-it. New 0r1e315.Pea1oiR'VajzBuckift.29;.JG :
; .. real estate to be settlement of said Estate, and shall, at the same day January, 1848, as said power of Attorney James ; 1
\ ,
: S L .. sold for of debts CummingSjEsq one-of the:Assistants
payment of revoked :
deceased. was the
by me on !
time day; of
apply for Letters April
,:':U '" f.o as such 12 in the Lunatic, Ayslum JJla Market..and I, ,
: f o\ ALEXANDER W. CRICHTON Administrator 1849. ZEBULON PARKER Patentee.. ll'sJslud.ia the :.Broad-sta hwsrk'f' .
; of which all ,
; Ti g-i.Vte: Adnrr. Estate of Eliza M.Crichton,dec. in said,Estate,,are desired to persons take notice.interested Newark, Ohio, May 19, 18-19. 3mos gentleman' "", *, spoken. of in the following letter": principal DrnggistSjand ,3jb2t, W1I1 1
; : Jacksonville 19th 'RHEUMATISMS r* throughout .the U S 4
February 1849. ,
f: STEPHEN D. \p'
:;"tytav:-? *./. VWM Feb. 24. 30ds Adm'r. Bricks ior. Sale 1THE,only.oneoffmor! than.four thousand' te anadas.a "!'-b
.. January
6m A).JE
; : cases of rheumatism that
: Dr. .
Townsend's :
; rr The above sale is postponed to the First SUBSCRIBER offers for gale hard Sar- : 1 .a f tJa ,

' .*,:.5itf.A>.i'...''. Monday in May next. apr7. CORDIALS, &c.-Maraschino, Cura<<;no;, of the first quality; manufactured. saparllW.. weekly Eradicated .
: I f by himself in the bjfitsex* ,
t :;' : .. rr The above sale is Lemon Syrup; Raisins Cit vicinity Jacksonville, at virtues : .
_ Monday! In July. postponed to the ,first ron, Currants ;. Preserved Ginger; Fresh, Sal: the low price of FIVE DOLLARS per tho satu j. raordinary 44 flLACKW1LL'SISLAlqfl: ) '. STATE. :OP. ..O..BA"ft..
June 9. and Lobster in They will be for SepiH4'il8'47; '
mon cases, Sardines Olives. Capers ready delivery by theist day '
Administrator's N Currant Jelly, Blackberry Jam; ; Jujube of May next. He_assures those! in want of the Ds,, Towrt for SEND-learJ.Si : .1 :suffered. In the.,:Cjrc. i.tcohlliOr .,(Tpi t1
I oUce. Paste Refined &c. article that they,will give full terribly nine years with the rheumatism, t .
Liquorice For sale as satisfaction
MONTHS by as, n nt :
considerable7 r
SIX after date I shall of'theLbiie'T could ll
present at such t'taf2'sl; e f
aCCOunts my Dec. 9 tt A. M.REED. any imported great'expense. from. the .i er"
a >d vouchers to the work; I had.the, l
Judge Hon. the North. f moelkdistresang pains-and t ; ,:

shall then Pwbate nppJ.for\ for the County Alachuannd id SP JVC! Ell & BAKE, Also tiles, well'brick, and Cornice brick- will. my limbs were terribly swollen. rl have,used John q Oi Putnam,: ') .: uMitcaelU. w. l *. J':

misuon, as a final discharge and dis-. SttorntlJ at ZLato be furnished in any quantity desired. '.. fourbottlesbfyourSarsap nlla' anditheyha: 'i' f \ vs.; >, ..' V
from the Estate of F. done,me more tlia'" doUararonh' MootEblbjdp
William 0. A. BRILt. )'
- ., 8h hereby: given Thomas, to all *, hota deceased; and notice id Jncks.nvIIIe. Fin. L:::"'* Orders may be left at the store'.,of Mr.. of: good':-I am"so'much, better.' Indeed I am I lamMO this cuabecontInnedID
it ; YOU ai&
entirely'relieved 'Ub
_ may concern tLat Chus. DeWaal in Jacksonville. '' liito use'this I '
IhaIlthen that | the next ot the Court On**
pray Jos. Ter
orsnid S. the
distribution for benefit ofhe
SPENCER. afflicted
I*** : ""
tate Es April 21 1849. I. f) of C. m '
be ,
,.c made amongst the 5 ton- ; ; : "
.Hi.'' : TttoaiM. deceased, entitled to Heirs the of William 1). Jan 649. 1y : Yours 1 4'4JOULD-'NO7YP/AZX-respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS. J H., ,,-If it.appeariog the court 'e tOYittif' '-
-- -- .
same. Notice. pondent resides the i limits 1
st' beyond of the
i dmIDlat8tcrorVna.A&kJN THOMAS, CHAllLES lE\VAAL 1IQUR weeks ft r" jWtjjshall! apply:to.tba I That. Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla the yO; It is ordered thi't'ji:hearing .upon safd st(,.
Newn&nsville O. Thomas. i: lion. Judge of Probate p bvstrernedy foreinalecopIlas is be had'on the otthe'nut Term of til
; April 28 1849. ,, Columbia Cb tn lj
; 'tlIsuting innd'th' "
cm. JACKSONVILLE E. Fla., ror leave to sell ,he, f eal estate of Samuel i.weak,1no ; w.ousanas iikid of Conit d'And, : rd red'tbit:"ate
PRAGUE'S' HISTORY OF THE F. M. Elliott, late'of said'county deceased. afldJdebilItatedfemalestbat'wera* prosi:! tified copy ofthispai'ln .. n.o:: .
S rated re .t18h .ii'
FLORIDA SALES in ) disC3se. .
n- f the .bv.those & ,
any part Countyatiendrd w whicJi'females '
.IF WAR-For I : '
sale MARTHA .
) W. lor t
by A. .
M Fl'ftHET't : W
Dec.;. REED. to and respectully solicited. ; pubject'were'soira r n'the ; J"VIkt: 'ii t rbouS motb f : if il 1' J,LRecordsof.ict -4

'IL4 __ _tfGUNt Jacksonville, May 6, 1 848 -1 It< _..Administratrix. Iioath ., "t js Wfeajf uf .4) pj certiiy&*1 & to:to rtrat .fcoWta*
; R",5, i .. copy
h 't .
4 !.-A few ainge and double '- : I ..... 'I''CWI0R.1.S t.23.lR.0. C6urir' *" k "
; _:?:4 u, of superior quality, for sal. by barre JIV>ID ]F>mm 1rN i I ONDON PORTER AND SCOTCH: LI.IJ .. i ..ot'ITo"ffno..aENDearA"JIT"1I" I' '"'( tyihf&hi* .I-o. Witness, my ; :T "seal ofsaid-CoaTY:'
? thelast d8tl
J.ttt..9. : if ':A. ( r EVERTxrvutrii : > irear.been ver ; sick and In 'i "
M. REED DESCRIPTLO? tT 8ae V A. M. REED. ; Afgreally'J 2d)day of <
.thls :
reiitI, nt |hi. O mee, I ; .i', .; ....,. ... ...J 4rJ;IJ ;Teducedstate. JSAS5 being :reduced bl.4 '; : 82 Jur 189' n.t,.,.
yuletl f o"pl J 11i$t cla fats fem.1 l m iibIt '' June 9tfr"l84 9t;SCAeOUGR t .

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