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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
Creation Date:
July 28, 1849
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14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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.
General Note:
Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note:
Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note:
"Our country."
General Note:
Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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: jernon. To yearly advertiser a CULM"wo.-_ _.. defects. The ends to be',square (to .; fcr-- > t. 'i 'O ? ? ,V '; '' )' .."'
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straight siding way; and by feet ash ulkh'2jDcheathick 13 : .
made. a iweep ,to,20\ ;f.
jun.fttUl cubic feet white oak plank tocbi ---1- sound and.perfect wood, bytho contractor.. 6,inches in45 inches'
idvenUetneoa must be paid for before i n- ; curving, feet,.thejmoulding'yr wideband upward*;to be clear:atidi :i
at-cents cubic foot, 'e' CLASS. well ;
By referringthe per Nor2.- V V.CLASSNo.'2q; seasoned.,. ,
:atell by a regular caitomer. sided inches of white oak boat' 350 feet 1" t tf 4 '.
; be ascertained YeZlow'PineTim1ier. V -[ Lottftiim V4. v-tt'1 '?' .s'h-plank7 l 'l 1"tl1lck. &ti' V 1
:_. reqoUlte tarn may knees, at- cents per sided inch inches wide,:to',be/c1e and wells
ca. .
:; itt with the lTertisemenL '. 40,000 cubic feel fine grained South ni Yet: 500 cubic i feet, Long .IslandLocust! soned. V :. j : fj
iaJ with the nnmber low Pine plank sto& to arirapforty-ft1 t tin ) timber, '0"1' t : :. .''t d.
"TMvertiIen1eDtI Dot marked lengths Hot less'than 10 feet, to average 12 in- 3 00 as h'1.Jt Ijfn i'h''f tUJVJk AO Ml t"; ."';

reqaired,will be continued until forbid Co- length,..and none,jess than.thirty-fiVe 'feet-j inches diameter, not-less than 10 inches, tq be r';;., .inches wide*, .to be clear. .. ai'd'well. .}. ,.._ : A 1
JtaiieI TwosIdesistbeiin I but <
long straight aOued.f' fJ >- .fc -* 'V1'oil"0
CLASS wo.- of the best qJJa1itrtree from all defect-'h ? ;. .. ..' .. ,, '
sActeafo! may retain, the natural taper of the tred The 2 pieces'Yellow.Locust 6000'feet ash pbnkj tU inches t r-Ihfcx 14
dolUrt will be charged for all announce- cubic feet; yellow. ,pine plank, other -timber.1.8c .bioeet. ,2Q.inchcs ,. 1 4
two sides be' lined of .
may parallel '
tffive for ofece. stocks at cents per cubic foot S- X.lsland4; feet each, 8 x 19 inches etwiidatei breadths or..ith nitflral.tapertantiiust.I 'seUon.ZJ. h' l'L"
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Dael/Plre, rotSS Month. s I 010 00 -pine cubic at -feet cents promiscuous per cubic foot'yellow be lined straight,- or ,with.a i fair.*curje. The 30; plees, YelIowLocu8ltimcer, 156Ub a ,
and Creditors t 00JpPlieatioD small tad most not be less than, four-fifths of ( ef wide, '
Kobcc to Debtors t .7 ;L. island, 12 feet each,.7 'x 9 inches 'diameter. < 1 to be.clearand well saasooeiL fi '.\
Administration 5 00 the butt end, and ihe.smallendmust not be 350. feet Bn n nTanV i /" Vi2i.t."i ? 1 '
for Leuen S---- V .. piani, jncn tnick,12 to SO in- ,;
notice will be inserted grttaicommanicrioRi -------- less than twelve inches,square, clear of wnne. V / Ci.AsSNo3.b V V I aches WKktO'becIeaajjd weHsecsgbed. S
sap plank,) indiea.thwk :lO tolft .
to addressed ,
If bid be I desire be
my accepted, breadth;ef,the face frora acK-corner willc V Yellow Vine inches "
.cia 7. and.the! > 'p:. 1 : be dear>nd>pll season.. : :
the post officeat: n V .. '
through V I .
tnut be addressed togv7c' lowed jon the stocks.... 'The sap..wood x- 20,660'cubic; feet 1 cf.sliM --i >.1J.* *f Vj V' : ,..
a AU : Southern Tellow ;
contract to be,sent to the nary agent at4 j ... .Pine pLnk'iptock. \b<' N- -J..
& G ILL ETT. *"**. ** eluded in.the inei.sureiuent-per cnbic.foot. v; "toa. 'v. ""'-' po0 feet 4 "inch,ash n1ank rd n euurf.t .; -i
for, execution, .. ,5 )00 cubic feet fine ,Southern'Yel 10,000 50D'diJ131'.J d01..q \A u" -.. SVVS :
All tdmMubte penonal commnmciUmu wilftirjedwaivertlieinenn. .:p- ..JUtt.To grained ,, \ic:feefc-Sbuthfrn'Vellow pine ; 'd- I.. "'..
rp > Respectfully .pTo- ; 1 '
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low Pine promiscuous'.timber ftwft ;240' iniscnourtlmber.The : < > '30itid'2t-r dodo 'ldb' 'di'. : 1d
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\. MTj'SK WNM,fChief'Bureau feet long, jand"'from.. 18 t4241nCh4. square -"p ,aX i4ock'7[ t4bi 1)leyth" ttbifess' 500 do 2. do, do'.t'JLr, : 1
Job Printing must be paid on the of Construction, &a, &c. .- : ? -AI
for cubic" ( d" ,
frT All bill* Per, than 35feet; averaging'45/Jfeef; haliT'tb'sqnare .d 0_ l'. "' d. $Sdoe.: ; ;
..rk. Wishington. the above Yellow"Pine Timber to be of I 5OO'\J -ao ; ; 1'4", of thl _, .All. 12 inches an4'ba1fto-sqtiare'4 inches and Ij do A4. .
: We, the undersigned,.residents of the very beatqualityi nd free(r'bu'am defect'I wards the 'end of np- 500 do 1/4 do do 'don -w :.
top the'sticks
; (o'bieof the .
,= I in the State of ,--3 hereby guarantee. The ends to be sawed off to sound and ; 5O6d -l. do biads' L.t -.1 '
of_ >' square best quality 'long'Jeafy :fnne'.grainVifree; froth 0 1. o' i, ;_ ,
PROPOSALS that in case the foregoing bid t .'
wood 50 white ash
: perfect by .tbe'contractor. : heart shakes wind shakes oflrs, 17 feet1ongor'8rvt in
I be accepted that .will, within five days V I and all other defects V
,.TIMBER, **., FOB THB NAVY.Jre I after the receipt, of the contract. the post office CLASS No. 3. ; to be hewn to a"fair edge, and to have no OO'wbitenshoars'la'length, by the foot. S-' ', ,;:., r, ,; .

designated in said bid, execute the same, White Pine.' more sap than one-eighth of the breadth the; feet long *>r'. oofee( ", W ;..:
DEPARTMENT face from U11engtb/by the toot. J : ., .
NAVY each :
the corner, and the cubical contents :
with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish. 2,000 feet, board,measure, No. 1 White Pine ; 50 white ash 15 feet S
ofCor.struction Equipment and Repair, articles proposed, in conformity with the terms 1 inch boards, to he clear'of all defects, such as the of all to be excluded in the measurement of: r '. in length oars-by the foot lon.or225Qfst! : "v. Vx .v : I

June 13, 1849. of the advertisement under which it was made.C. knots rot ,shakes stains co rienes\i : S t"
.; 300whlte ash 14 feet :
'The "promiscuous timber71 to"be : oars long: or 4200 feet { ''
in lengthsnot
cEALD proposals endorsed "ProposalsforTanker D., quality, sap wood Holes, and uneven sawing in length by the foot. .
less than feet S .
the be1 E. F. thousand feet .board sth 'V 30 ; to average140 'feet, ''tosqunre ., -*) ,
or Lumber as case may (na- per m 500 white, ash 13 feet
14.inches oars long or 6500_ feet
Bai\he yard for which the offer is intended,) I hereby certify,that to the best of my knowledge 3OOOOfeet; board. measure, No.:2 White Pine averaging 16 inches and ,up wards.'at! .the top end?,; itf length bj'the'foot "J; ? : I -t;

be received by this Bureau until three and belief, the above named guarantorsare one inch boards, tohiye, not more thaniArw square; to be' of the best : 300 white ash 12 feet < .
long. 36QOfe
oars <
till .or.
i lock P SL,of the fifteenth of August next, for good and,sufficient. J.IL, medium size knots within the surface of fifteen shakes quality, wind long shakes leaf fine and grain all, ,Tree from heart. 'S 1 ia length by th'e'ISpfc '.'...- "' I"*'* f.'.'
I other defects t
under contract at Navy Agent. feet to be clear of all.other knots' sap'w'bod ; to. 4 .
famishing and delivering, ; be hewed to tbthe All the foregoing n'h'timber and.. laflktp k.a ,' ". :
iheieverAl navy yards hereinafter named, the rot, shakes, splits, holes, 'and uneven sawingper -, of the tree and to have growth of tfiebest'quality white Jnsh.'fre -t'r! m"iD01; .
articles embraced in NAVY YARD KITTERY MAINE. thousand-teet.board no more sap than }& .
{iaber lumber and other measure. r' ; I of the breadth of the face from each corner and shakes, splits, and'all other-.d reet. J : .

thU advertisement. One.fourth of the whole 1st CLASS. JJsht Black Walnut Cypress i the cubical CLASS No. .V. .
Cherry, contents of all the laP to be excluded 7. J": 4.. :.
be de-
Buantitv required at each navy yard,mast White oak knees the sided inch.) 'V V in the measurement of the .
Lrtrei on or before the 1st July; one-fourth on (by Locust, ffc. 0f the above timber. A proportion White Oak timber '< .c., per cubic foot. : ; !

or before the 1st September;one-fourth on or be- 600 White Oak knees, (or4,500 sided inches,) 800 cubic feet White Ash butt pieces, from fair curve of 6 inches timber maybe\ hewed witha 30000. cubiqfeei.white oak plank,stock, per COH .
spring one of the n _
fortthe 1st November;and onerfrurtU on or>before the net siding of one third to be 7 inches, the 14 to 30 'feet long, and to average 18 inches diameter stick. wiry bic foot : ',

: the 30th December, 1850. Incase of failure net siding of one third to be 8 inches, and the in the middle of the sticks, clear of I The aforesaid "plank stockS 'and 0000- cubic.feet white oak promiscuous timbtf.i ..

todeliTerthe articles within the times and in net siding of the other third to be 9 inches ; the bark ; none less than 16 inches diameter-per 'timber' must be promiscuous .perc&icfoot. .
I the Bureau or the se- arms te be in lengths from 5 feet to 5 feet and felled between theist of feet H inch white oak S : ; :
2000 tho
! proportions specified, cubic foot. V October and the 1st of March and must have' plank, per >j ; ; "t:
feral commandants to have the right to supply 6 inches; the bodies to oe in lengths from 3 Jj 500 feet board measure Cherry boards, one grown within 60 miles of the, sand feet, boaad 'measure. ,. ii V .

i deficiencies by purchase and the contractor and I to ?34, averaging 6; feet. inch thick,to average 16 inches. -per thousandfeet be stripped of the bark or hewed sea coast within; must 20 2000 feet 1} inch; white oak plank ;per)tl>(nw .1. ; .

: ill{ responsible in twice the con- The bodies are to be sided to tha diameter of board measure. days at'terit is felled and sand ,.board_measure. % oi ..

met price. the arm, the aiding size taken at the middle of 20.000 feet board measure, White. 'Ash.plank, ground. placed clear of the 3000 feet \ inch white oak.boards,..pec 4hou>? ;I'i ,

All the timber,and other articles must be of .I the length of the arm, (clear of bark.) Three 2 inches: .thick-per thousand.feet, board mea- sand feet, board measure.c' !;: ." .

the very best quality,and subject to the inspection fourths of the siding or diameter is to be con- sure. CLASS Ii o. 4. 3000 feet 3-4 inch white oak,boards. ,*per thoi& :.

, and measurement established for the government sidered the net siding of the knee. 500 feet board measure Cherry plank,'2 inches V Spar timber.. sandL feet,'board measure. ( or '. :

- of tbe several navy yards, printed rules The moulding size of the body, in the middle thick to average 14: inches wide-per The above white oak plank, stock." to bejnj : :. : ..',

; tf fwchmay be obtained on application to the of its length, to be full one and one-half the net thousand feet board measure, V 3 yellow pine sticks: or 267 cubic feet of spar lengths,.aot less than 35 feet, averaging 43 i II

difereateommlndlntsorn3vJ'agent \llsaid I siding of the knee. 1,000 feet board measure, Black Walnut timber, 50 feet long, 16 inches parallel. feet,half to square 12 inches and half tor square ; If
: timber lumber, and other articles must be en- One-half the above knees to be squareand boards, 1 inch thick, to average 18 inches. wide 3 yellow' pine sticks, or 210 cubic 'feet of* spar 14 inchesand upwards at the top ,endoL the : :
: srdj satisfactory to the respective comman- one-fourth form an angle from eighty, to -per' thousand,feet, board'measure. timber, 4' feet long,15i cbes ral1eJ. stick., They must rough-squaredj;;occordiugito ,*<*,

dlOtJ. ninety degrees; the remainder to form an an- 1. 00 feet board' measure. Black; Walnut 4 yellow pine sticks 1.or'l,03 'cubic feetofspar. the. growth of the tree; to baveno wane, ex. ., : '.

The white oak timber must be rough squared, gle from ninety to one hundred degrees. boards,: 1 inch thick, to average 14 inches' wide timber.73 feet, long, 25, % inches. from ceeeing 1-5 the width of the face of. _the. side, as ; .; .

according to the growth of the tree, to have no I The length, of the arm to be measurc&,from j er thousand.' feet, board measure.V ; butt: '"' S squared; to: be of the best rfreejfrom ,. ,. :.

exceeding oue-lourtb the width of the face the back of the body as moulded by the.angles. ,500! feet board measure,Black Walnut plank; 4 yellow pine sticks,'or 722 cubic feet of spar heart shakes, wind sbakea,.bad knots.saort 11..",

of the side as squared. All the yellow pine given. 2 inches thick,"to average 14 inches wide,.:per timber, 65 feet ,long, .23. inches: ;' from crooks, and.all other t a.The.cubicaYleostents .t. .
limber must be of tbe best quality of long leaf 2d CLASS. thousand feet board measure. V. the sap shall"be excluded in the measurejnent *- IV .:

lie grain, SOltthml Ve710Je pUle to be hewed to a thou 10,000 feet board measure' ; Cypress boards, 4 yellow iue stCke,or 468, cubic feet.fL; par : ". t l : .1'1

far edge, and to have no more s.ip than one- Lumber, (UBuard measure, ) per 1 inch thick, from 20 to30 feet long ,and from timber,52 feet long, 19 inches M from butt. The "promiscuous ti nb r." to'be in -lebghtsU -4J

cghth of the breadih ofthe face from each c<>r- sand feet.. 8 to 12 inches wider. thousand feet; 'board 4 yellow pine sticks,.or..384 cubic feet oC spar < >(less than 20 feet;to avenge 35 feef)tosqusrw :

. Itfi;the contents of all cap to be excluded in the 2t)00 feet board measure, 1st quality -iDCh measure. V butt.l1IVSu'V timber, 48 feet long) 18 Inches, % from 14iocbesaiid,upwards the top;*nd'01*the .i 1.

measurement of the timber. The oak must be clear White Pine plank. 50 pieces Yellow.: Locust,. .from:12' to25 .for V : stick-to average 17 inches. It must bertiagh- .' -I

felled between the 1st October and the 1st ofr 2,000 feet board measure, 1st quality 4-inch long, and from 10 to 18 inches diameter, to average 2 yellow pine sticks;or 147 cubic feet oC spar squared according- thegrowth:'-thdJiree ( ".t.rt'f' .

,r Uirch, and must have grown within sixty miles clear White Pine plank. 14 inches diameter, clear of bark; in the timber butt. 34 feet long. 16 inches % from to have no wane exceeding 1-5 the width*"of the II .3J ,

5f the sea coast; must be stripped of the bark or 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch middle of the sticks, or 575 cubic feet-per' cubic S face of the sides u.equU'Cd'j, to'be of tho'bistf :. : 6f..
sewed within twenty days after it Is felled, clear White Pine pl nL foot. 4 yellow pine sticks, or 968 cubic feet of,spar quality, free from heart shakes wind' shakes ,

aJ placed clearof ibegrouud:which sntisfac- 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2%- 6 pieces Fustic, three feet long V and sixteen. timber, 72' feet long, 22 inches paralleL bad knots,and all other defects, and thrcubical .V : ; J
4 sticks !
:wy evidenceniust begivf'u by the contractor, inch clear White'Pine plank. inches diameter, say 17 cubic' feet-per'cubic yellow pine or 874 cubic" feet of spar contents of the sap. shall .be excluded in the V .
timber 65 feet'
tjthe prwJuctioo! ofcertificiitts signed by two 10,000 feet. board measure 1st quality 2-inch foot. of the, above Yellow long, 22 inches parallel.All measurement. :. .

respectable witnesses with their deposition on clear White Pine plank. 1.200 feet board measure. Cedar boards, 15' Pine 'spar 'timber"isto Th&.aovewhitebakplanliitockh& Pr' 'I; Ifj
beGfibe tilt:
uih, before some judg*of the court or magistrate 10,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 13g.. to 25 feetlong;and from 8 to 12'inches wide, wind'shad g stqualfty and all other,free defects from heart tube shakes heweJto ISCUOUE timber must be felled .betw eii tbft 1MI 'J' .

( within tie toiruship. or county where the inch clear White Pine plank. and *' of an inch thick-per thousand feet, a fair edge, and to have no more, slp.than't6of October and 1st March, and must have.grown -: 4 f 1'1

aher was felled. 6.000 feet, board measure, 1st quality l. board measure. V the breadth of the'face within SO milesof" 8ea-coastrmustibestript r J

,I, PeKons offering for more than one yard,outstkvlitttpdrate inch clear White Pine plank. AU 'the Ash;-Cherry, '&c,above descripedjtb Those pieces marked from from each corner.- od of the bark or.he wed within, 20 Laya.after ; f'i'

and distinct proposals for the supply 1,000 feet, board measure, 1st p ality lU- be of tha very best quality, clear of rot splits,' yards and must be the"J butt" are for it is felled, and placed clear of the ground' :. .
aims at the'boUt' and >
lftcck.leepii.gthe classes of articles separate, inch clear Cypress plank. shakes,knots crossgrain.worm holes,1 stains,&c. lined full towards the 'end .which CLASS No.8.' '3't W3I .,
.'ritnbrceing tIe 1t1ol quantity of all the articles feet board measure, 1st quality 1-inch The'plank and boards to be sawed to"even thick can be'taper- : '" <.i
1,000 ed off the White Pine timber
large pieces to. 44' inches "and the ftc.t (hoord'm
, aiclass. The cost of each item must be dis. clear Cypress boards. !. ecure1 J.
..- soctlj carried out, and the aggregate of each 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch CLASS No.4. to 11 inches-by the cubic foot. per thousand feet.) '' -i :"j" ;: :. ',, :

[ correctly footed up, which material to aI clear'White Ash plank. Black Spruce Spars and Poles.-By the' CLASS No. :. 500 feet -inch clear white pine, wellsea : ;

I::lir comparison of bids. An erroneous ext en- 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2.- Spruce Spars. seasoned, 12 to 16 feet long, equal .t i : -*
|.A oran erroneous aggregate will constitute inch clear, White Ash plank. inch and pole. tities. qua i : .

I ,informality, and will not be considered. 6,000 feet board measure, hit quality 2-inch 30 pieces,.37 feet long, S inches diameter. .25 spruce spars, 55 to 60 feet long,of proportionate '700 feet 4-inch clear white pine, 12 to l_;iir-Mif. : ; ..
;H Koeiteusiop of time deliveries under any clear White Ash plank. the middle, 5 inches diameter ,at the top end, per spur., :Vches; wide,;12 to 16.feet longeqwil .V ," .
| wtract will be granted, and penalties for DOn- 2.000. feet board measure, 1st quality 1%- clear.of the bark-per inch 240 inches. 25 spruce ipars;:45 to 30 feet long, of'proportionate tItles. V quan>j .. .

?-ttfilment will in all cases be rigidly enforced; inch clear White Ash plank; onehalt'to 40'pieces 35 feet, long, 7 inches diameter;in V size, per spar. '1,000 feel 3'-inchclear white pine 12..tocheswide 'jj..1, ':a. .1 :j
KWIeh, are therefore, requested to offer for no be not less than 20 inches wide. the nriddle, 4jinhes diameter at the top end; 500 chcS'-spruce lOch spars 6% to 9% inches, per 'S ISto-iefeetlo r"eq : .II

| toe'than they are sure they can furnish within 2.000 feet. board measure, 1st quality 1:- clear of the barkr per inch, 280 inches.; tLtiee., .q .. :. f. rf jJ'
,, :
L-:* ktilUtBl'lccifit--I -.----.- inch clear White. Ash plank. ; She-half* 30 pieces 30. feet long, 7 inches.diameter --in -V CLASS Ko.4.jJsh S 2.000. feet 21-inch clear white\rjine H 5' 1Q ?t.ft >Q.t J : ., .I "t;.
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I At price of all manufactured or aawed lum- to be not less than 20 incnes wiue. the middle;4| inches diameter the top epd, Timber inches. wide. 12 to 16 feet long; .. \1 t i

l i(.vill' be estimated and determined by 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality l-inch. ,clearof, .the.bark-per inch,210 inches. '. V 4c., -'. V quantities, V : !
. iwieffwe the and round timber White Ash boards. feet 6 inches diameter in 4.ash logs" 14 feet'long and 20| to inches feet S V : : yr ; ; : '1I.j
; square clear 4Opiecea, 27 long, : ". 24 1,000 2i inch clear white pine,,;12 to,14; : 1":2:
.',<&otherwise specified, by the cubic foot." 500 feet,board measure, 1st quality 4-inclr the middle, 4 inches diameter at the top end 'V .. diameter, 308 inches,per inch. S. bewid .t2 to 16 j *t

fl\\ roved sureties in twice the estimated aKin Black Walnut plank. clear of the bark-per inch,240 inches. 300 iuchesi! round ash timber, 20 to.24 inches' -- quantities.. : : ; ; ;:. 'i;; .!.
the forth in the form of board measure 1st quality 3-inch 100 25'feet 5-incaes: diameter'in diameter inch.. V V 1e'rbit
| manner set 500 feet, pieces; lobg per 12,0)02( PI. -A
: *coatwct,will be required, and ten per cen- Black Walnut plank. the middle, 3% inches diameter at:the top end, 200' chesro' ; und ash, tu&ber,24 inches diameter -, S wide, 12 id'Iff feet ioi ; ; :: ::? .

.' ''Iii addition, wilt be withheld from the a- 1,000 feet, board measure,1st quality 2-inch clear of the bark-p inch, 500 inches I.' per inch. VV Jl tiesl- i : 'Mf 1

wnUfeaeh payment as collateral security Black Walnut plank. i I 100 poleSj 20 feet-long,'4 inches diameter in. 200 inches round ash:timber; 20 inches diameter 1,000 feet 1 3-4 inch clear ::t' .A.

&e faithful performance of the contract. 500 feet, board measure let quality 13- the middle, 3 inches diameter at'the top' end,' per inch. inches wide, 12 ,to, 16

riet J per centum of each delivery will be paid inch Black Walnut plank.. clear rtke bark-per pole, by the pole. 1000'V feet ash.* plank, ,4 inches thick..22 inches qnanthfes.vv %: ., ;. V

)&e&, *vy agent withiu thirty days after thetgio 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st'quality Uinch All the above spars to be of the very best .I wide, board measures per 1000 feet. 11,000 teet'14-iflch; cleat ; ;: I ;;.

J_ '. 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 incherwidc, to'16:: .(

'( mm&ndautoftheyardat which the deliTeb -: NAVY. 'YARD,' BROOKLYN' ,: N Y.; wide, board measure; per 1000 feet quantities. ; ,
are JU.1de 452,500 >. "No., I. 1500 feet ash plank, 3% inches thick,20 inches 10,000 feet I I-inch' clear wf1it. ; j '.
I ***}offer must be Accompanied a written YARD CHARLESTOWN,. MASS. : wIde baani measure,1 per 1000,feet inches rwidej42" & 15] : '.,.

1tty1the( responsibility of tbe guarantor or NAVY No. 1. Live Oak'timberj (by the cubic,foot)) V .20,007 feet ash ptankj 3 inches thick,. 21,'inches quantities. V.

',; j*.? tort to be certified to by a navy aigent or CI.ASS Live Oak keelson pieces for a frigate of'the'1st ; wide: board measure'per; 1000 feet;". 11/WO. feetJ.mch ClearIkiI e V ,

cil person,or by some one known toihe White Oak Timber kc4OOOO .class, (tw.9 ae '}:ap fojlowa; -.! i" 1500 feet ash plank, 3 u eii! 1.ick\| Iff'inches ches;wide,*12to 16fe .I '

1, that,it the offer be accepted, the bid- cubic feet,White Oak plank stocks, to 24 pieces V : 29 feet long, 1,740 cubic.feet. wide, board plea8ur ,per'1000 feet S tities. :

J 1h.bidden will,within five days after the re- forty-three feet in length, none to be 2' do 35 do 175T do.: 1500,feet ash plank) 2% inches thick, 20 inches 4,000. feet 3/4.inch'clear 9 ; '.

s,.rtQf.the eontl'i\et: at the post office designated, average fejtsthan thirty-five'long- and none less .lhan 2 do: 25' do 124'-do. ? .' '..ldeboanf'mel8nre, per lOOO.feet. inches wide, 12 to 16 ',

i. if- same with good and sufficient sureiJuisb inches lqlAre.the top end, clear ofwane. 2 do 22' do 110* do. 2000 feet ash plank, 2:inches tbick17 inches S 111 ant1es.' l_._ ;"'S" 7.
fjj | the articles proposed, agreeably toV The stocks to be lined straight the siding 2 do 14 do 70do' *. : wide, board measure,per 1000 feei 9:000 'fe t 14:1 b}

: j fastpecified in this advertwemcnt, and and may,be straight, or have a long To be sided 20 inches and moulded,18 5ncln& 1000: feet'ash'plank,2j incbes,tbick ,20 inches n : c1e, .. :

r* "jte embodied in the contract. The way, the other1 way ; both .sidesrnay be Each of these pieces 13 inteflded1 'to' form two wide board'nieaaureper:1DuD feet. quaotitit&V. '

.Cr I: niKh August 1646, forbIds the considera- fair curve taperUg: in conformity with, the growthof pieces, tw.orkel"tci' 18 inches', idlfijgr| an'd :2000, feet ash plank';!% inches thick, 16 inches 10,000, feet2.iuch i bLll I
( wide and
J :?5tf proposals not accompanied by such tree The wane must not exceed one- six inch moulded, nett dimension ; .an allowance board measure''per' 1000 feet, feet iwiidsfla 4'r :I
the :1000 feet ash.plank 2) jnches'thick: 21 Incheswidboar4rmeasur 10,000 feet 2-inch me' 4
1. the width of the face of the stocks as is madeof inches the m6ulditig'W5y;that I V "
':'' jw;are cautioned to endorse fourth be : pf r tOOO feet., feet and upward ,
particularly cubic footV the heart ,f the piwelmay akedtontif4'e 4i.- :
: squared "per, in 1500 feet ash pkfnk ,fei 'inches f hick, 17 inches 10,000 feet 2-inch merc
!';u above required, that they may I cubic feet 'White Oak butt pieces, ed proper; and' tbe cbijiractor wiir'licwHheut,
tl. 4.000 '.V 5" \ f ;; -wJde, 1 board measure 1000 feet.oOO ,_, feet and upwards In :
\1 roUlxed from other business letters in 40 feet long, and from 14 to withrefertneeO arrabgaffeiit;, ,per; .
25 to i' 'j Jj
;: .. Prevent b ,re ibejffenaot lengths_from ., : of the'different "" ';" thick, 15 inches 10,000 'eet'gOOd bOX.bOd1,3 : : ,
e. being opened 24 inches 4U**, C4Qa1portlonl cubic foot. Live. Oak keelson.. j. .pieces,,.r"- .a' sloop-of.war- ofIIi wide board oeas 'per 1060 feet. V .'t 12 feet long, 12, 15 i1 : j* '* fl U'
and'sizeV-per 1st.class, three sets,)ns follows:, ;
with lengths 420 siding the ( 2000 feet ashptankj2incbes thick, 13 inches equaVquantities., ,? : W
made in strict cbnformltj cheeks lay
for rcublc'feet.
will be, 40 White Oak knees and arms to 18" pieces jT et'Iong. 1Q7 *-* >'- i ,, x widA. board measure, i>er.1000 f eet rt< 2,000 merchantable... Albany ; i P
} particular, the.bodies "cfo408' do.. : *" .
t.D'tIDe..erl inches, p inch,), from' 6 do 3' 11 opo.feet ash "plank,2,inches thick,-15, inches ,,1,300"V ab '' Uo' tjt ri 5
"r" IIIDrOl'D1 Those whose offen are long nett siding ,d n J!? :
to tenet ; do 21 do J30 .
be from eight .3 : 1r db i 1000 feet .
td will be notified and contracts and to form an anglefrqrn ea arerpfn P.Oot? ; -r
1 duly nine to twelve inches ; bodies:to be' :3 do $. .do. >*J4 do. 2000 feet ash plak,2in4eatti.ak-l3) inches "Y1. : L
h:; without deLay the 110 to 120 degrees. The .including to be' sided 16 inches" a&i, moulded wid.s b< Hrmeas8re.iper 1000'feet,. LgnumfJ, peT

t@through offering are which directed desire to designate to be ad- rough sided to the diameter of the size nrms of the, bod'ic inches Each of the pieces is intended form '1500 tea plank; 3 'Indies tiJcTf,' 12 '12"to 0 4 I fLi \

J $*d the they whom the coikAl1 the ;'. The 'moulding to be from' two,14) .inches siding, and 6 .board'measur ,"pe?.10011 t e.. "" ;,4 do do1 .,,4o : 4r' ;
,. [ Lent navy agent to in the middle of their lengths' lnch inches',moulding- netti):dimensions; an;,allowance 15O&i|flt ash;plank U'inches.thick) 21? inches :3 do do dj: d V*;
for execution. tReeD to twenty' inches, (per siding "I. is made of 6 inches in the moulding way, 1 wide board measure, per lo0 reef |".l4o. j'3.do4 .r 'dO I ; J l*,

FORM OF OFFER. per i inch, that:the: Ueart af.the piece JaIl.he taken,oa, if 2000 feet; ash ;-kI inches :4 do; do; do %{

WASBISGTOW, -_ -, 1849. 200 White: .Oak boat kaees;'(say inches 800 diameter siding deemed.proper,'and ,the :contraetorrwill hew wid0O'fsesb. ; FJAAh".inCE ,1000 ee, S '5 doi,, do do .1.> *

't ''Uereby to furnish and deliver at1e" inched.) arms not less than four 'ahd: bodiesto them with;rererence to..this AJ'r&D me: L >,. ,, ; t:I p 1G .t'l.JnCh- 4 do d. ,.
11vd._agree_' lat cOnfonnitl With clear'of the bark, and,the arms One All the aforesaid Live Oak keelson Umber S t'iJ*S widej"board'measorei per 1000 feet. '4 do do .40 p
has than thlrty.two inches long. than twenty-five 2000 feet thick 16 inches 4 do dCt :\'d t .
lh1ICbta of the advertisement from be not ej' shall hare grown not more- ash plank, flinches ;
a of Construction Equipment and thirdof the whole'number to be Squareikn.* miles fronvlthtfeea'and! shall be free from all rd a p rlOOafe tl 'V To be of the baft.q=of 11 1:

the_ 13th Jun' 1849,:the several, ar- per,inch, nett'siding*', hud knees defectswhich*my impair they good quality for i500l eiash pti TlXW! S, W inches 1 1ID wb 4 .
1ro the above' White 10i>k' timber .which it is wide 1000 feei. chwk and BH ItssthW 3 fc. IC
enumerated (claw--) <*T AU; ,'and free from all the>r rcquirtcl; to'bep ,, boar measure, r par ';. !
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.,,::t- ,.,: .j 't ,.I .. 6OOoron.thirdtObefm2Ot024ln t SggW5 widens feet jong,400 feet ;_ 'o.-: 4.'I :ibing: him D1 nj' u"Ji d l
{ ,:, ,. r ; 'Br fA 1 '- each piece!J4.inches thick, 25 inches, thc *te1yv, Tbry, ih, nlu TeUrn Celt. I
r. :. 1"' .: : ., Hickory ,(lli ) diameter, n4' ,* |*T A 4 pieces, 'M 'rflI 1 \ ._
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L X61 1Jj'1ct t 1J i |
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inches Jn 0/eet long
; t bars STeet long to 500. or one-third to 28 1 wide ,1 -
p' .. l '1. .:t. ?. rough Hickory 1 square thick 25 incheswiOfcgjWeSJung !fatoiryhftht' rtM'time1 breryl? I iJa I
diameter. &8F't ki |fAll 2 pieces/ench; peace riit
3 Incbea 2 feet above butt.
bt J. \ 1S6 fe.d- ,'J ._ Tlie IUDSOr fapt. G. not beang"h : ,
j ,1 } .t : ; 100 rough Hickory bars C| feet long, to square to be rom. ? t&40 feet in lengtte % each piece, 5 inches thick 12 inches* l launched X>TD Ibor:. tsIn' lhe fi'ta rGr .;
:i& .: .'. 3 inches 1 foot above butt CLASS No. 3.litcellanfous 4 pieces, h ; :
: oatwas'
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180 feet. leutioglhe8horeTin! hi 1'"
\ wide 9 feet long, ,
! t: .: ;; I 1" 3J rough Hickory ban, 5 fee, lone, to square thousand B ,
'. .:': i' 3 inches 1 foot above butt. .\ (board measure, per 4 pieces, each piece' inches thick, 12 inches rayona.rand: l ,unei n, I
tf" 'J withm
j ": ; Ioough1ickoiy bars 6 feet long to square feet.) wide, 9 feet long,.134 feet. I- JACKSONVILLE,"'JULY 28, 1849., came',up thirtately l J .and Ired JJ
i .' inches J
I ch 4 inches thick 12 tholejn-the ar'f'; ktli N-
2 e piece --- lti
'I.r, r. : pieces, .
r:" :;.., :' from the- best' OO sup. ft. i inch Yellow Poplar panel boards. wide, 8 feet long, 64 feet -: A.oaker Indian Outrage.vFrdm'intelligence fcnce/ow ot c shots were fired at ti t .
; All to fee quality
? i split straight
[ ; 500 '< 2 do Black Walnut do do each piece 3| inches thick, 12, inches, boatftnerwi interra>of about a -
f1 trL t( J :.''.". .f white heart hickory, free troD koots and all 5 :
". ;::7:., : w' .: '.: ":r t other- defects 600 1 do do do do To be straight grained,clear of knots-splits,' *,.-.,.s.- -..-*'"--*-rfF l :Thursday
t.:.Jt.' .: '.: : : .: Cypress, (board measure.) GOOI -do dor do do and all other defects,- (br the foot). : ; passengers! ter they fired the house of Capt.Q, _.T''t tI

;;:;.f 9'"t"l-t'r : : .:! ',ooe feet of Cypress boards %; inch thick. ,The whole to be inspected and measured agreeably -. 'Mdhbgany (board measure.) : Steamer,-\ve learn-i tlat another! outrage of Col. Russell and Mr. Barke Jl 1Zat-: J

: !1 r" 'it ;. ,co ,000 do do U do to the printed rules issued by the Bureau Bay and murder,has been committed:'by the made their.escape in tdb t,
a copy which will fee furnished biddersby 1,000 feet of plank inches'thick, to be 12 in- )' Bnssell, Mrs Barker ihcf Mr _

mmwiff: :;: :; Black ,Walnutt, (boardmeasure,) per one the commandant: of,the Navy Yard, Washington. ches and upwards in breadth. Indians. A government express"met and six white children,aged from o1a I
hundred fee feet of boards 1 inch thick '. ears-five '
T 000 ,
t the boat at Palatka with despatches y negro.women. and -
;'HvcL'1 : : :tt: iOO f et 4 x 4-inch black walnut joist, good NATY' YARD, GOSPORT, VA 1,000 do do )t, do dren aged from one to eDYearL

)Df4'' ". r: t' and dry.Cf CLASS No 1. i,000do do i do for YVashington, and communicating p ushedout. ,thewimi blew.'io tDJ1t1r\ 1
,: L fNt 4-inch Mack walnut plank good and To be 16'J8and 20 inches equa, the horrible that the house e d them to separate one or the .' I
.!, r":: i.. : :) j1 White Oak Timber per each the foot. news trading \ Loaj4 _
: bicfixlt. of by
$ : '. 4rjr, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches proportions a sail, made up the. rirerand.! picte 1Jii
;.;t,. \.: .. ; .wide. 30,000 cubic feet White Oak plank,stocks CLASS No. 6, nt Charlotte's harbor has been 'destroy the-sewnd day'foUowlng. b1.1\t sn lWL I

t''.1j; .. T'.1" :4.l' CTO feet SJ-fcrch black walnut plank, good and 1,000 doods promiscuous timber. 200 Hickory bandip1keseach: 6 feet,'in length, ed by the Seminoles_ ,two men,-'being,. and Morrison and taken to'Ne"8m1ft&:1 1

!:i'{ : f .: ;::. dry, 12 to .16 feet long,.12 to 18 inches To .I'ougb.squared, from 30 to -50 feet in,' 4 inches'' square at' the butt end,and not I nnd'three subsisted by taking ostttl'and'Opf11h rt" I
\j. t., t' ; t ;) wide. length, to average 40'feet in length, and not to less than 2} inches at the small end. To murdered severelywounded.. witlrtheir 8C1550TL...The other boat,_

i i4.:?',;" t. ;i 600 feet 3-inch black walnut plank, good and be less than 14 inches square'at smallend. offered for by the piece. iI I i The names, of those killed are reportedto the negro: man on the sea,beach an4-K ns ]

! : :" :' r ::" dry, 12 to 16 feet long. 12 to IS inchesrJk.c White Oak thick stufffor caps and tres- CLASS No. 7. and Col. MAT daughter. succeeded in Mr; 1
!: \ :'" 4._ .. wide. I .- be Mr.. JAS. DARLING, at Cape Canavarall, a distance of ieTea j,.ttJ .
I ;'. f..r'1 ji'; t' : COO feet 2,inch black walnut plank, good tie trees. Lignumvita, by the. ton of7,24Qpou7zds.) TOX. "This took place on the same dayas i in 48 hours, without subsistence InclW
f and dry 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inch. -in 16 inches I of the ting''a"little wa'ter..twlce 1I
't ,:. 10 pieces, ach piece 21 feet length : 3 tons Lignumvitse, an equal proportion Indian River. ; reajUnlt*it ju 1 1I
,', r1'.: : :, r3 wide wide 10 inches thick, or 232 cubic feet. 1 following diameters, viz, 3, 4,. 5,6, 7, g, -the murder place two days, theywalked t to New! M

(o'f\I 'i'_'"'f.* .p. if.;' ceo feet 2-inch black walnut plank, good and 10 pieces, each piece 19 feet in length, 14 inch v 9, and 10 inches., To be free of shakes, Upon learning these facts. the "U. S. some forty,miles. /_ "." I
.: :t ::#: dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches es wide, 9 inches thick, or 162 cubic feet." rents, cracks,and all other defects.' Every member of the .settlein I1UJB.. J
f&ft> : .. q wide. 15 pieces, each piece 11,length, 14 inches NAVY YARD PENSACOLA.- commanding officer at Tampa; despatch.ed --some 50 individuals,succeeded in zng; ti?
'lr. t : UO feet 17-inch black walnut plank, good wide 8 inches thick, or 200 cubic feet. I immediately' a number of men to the escape except ). Barker, some in m
.1 :j4.' : t .-I ..: and dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches 15 pieces, each piece 1 feet in length, 13 inches I CLASS No. 1.' and the balance in a little schooner '6I3-II I S

':''. F-. ''. .;., w'. .r. wide.rz wide, 7 inches thick or J 20 cubic feet. I White Oak Timber,.(by thecubicfoot..) scene of destruction. Upon returning and baTe"sdled'.fOI"- ,,Aognstroe : <

; .. "1r. : t 190 feet 1 1-2-inch black walnut plank inches, good White Oak or Hickory small butts fen- 25OOcubic; feet best quality white oak plank to Tampa they were met by Billy Bowlegs day Messrs. Got'ls.nraytonMoni oa, sni 5,.
; and dry 12 to 16 feet long 12 to visited
'? : ; : .r. rarro premiscs'of i Mcss
and iV .
stocks to forty-five feet long. none
: all -
: f wide. who solemnly disclaimed participation C
\ Cooper. se.H andrBarker anJfonnd
less than thirty five feet long to square from ; themjUjiroii.;
J.. :: f\ !;, '.. (i';:, t30 feet 1inch Hack walnut plank good. 4 pieces, 20 feet in It'ngtb.b.Y the piece. thirteen to fifteen inches, and,average; thirteen in the. aflair, and charged it everything even the. ticking of theiHfck1; a
,: : jv and dry 12 to 16 feet long 12 to 18 inches
t t ; ; : : breaking all (be furniture
4do 14 do do at top ends. ,opening the trni'and
; .t wide. a band outlaws of the tribe.
1. upon Jr
t. 4 do 10 .do -do CLASS o. 2. .taking evry thing valuable out4of tieaj-l
: andS
1't2jrl..f\(: : : 400 feet 1-inch black walnut boards, good 4do 6 do do 'We still) of opinion that. these Some the.cattle were seen dc1jj '
,' t I' j. I 5 I"; "r dry, TO to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inches I To be not less than 6 inches at the small end. Yellow Pine Timber, (by the cubic foot. are in the r ver G very horse gone. loiLii II II

J' -, ;,'.I.; .:{. ..wide equal quantities. and clear of knots and straight grained. 2,000 cubic feet fine.grained'long.leaf yellow events ore not the consequence of a general As the boats were pastiingltheir tJ(ri .'
.h.i ; .r4. 400 TeetJ -inch black walnut boards good and 1t
;' ,ro pine plank stocks, best, quality, length hot less of Seminole nation but way to New; Smyrna
usual rising ,1.l1diaJ rti"y '
barrel sizes
:-' :.: :', ; f' dry, .10 to 14 feet long 14 to 24 inches 5,000 white oak staves, by feet: *' ,
than feet fortyifive <
thirty-five averaging seen gradually; extending! north
; ,' .'. the thousand. committed D.thi'i
f'r: wide of '
"{ equal quantities. 'and the wanton 5\'ts rapine by
inches ,
to from twelve to fourteen land thb last (
: '.; ; : 110 feet J-inch black walnut boards and square one opposite'Mem 1a1 _'
good No.2.
rt. )6t. i : ; CLASS .
thirteen at end. miles I. '
top rfrty the
dry 12 to 18 inches 'wide.COf average irresponsible mdivid ls. It is none' from scene of action? r.' tF
44r.; ; : .
; White Pine, board measure, by the thousand ,CLASS No.3. j.'I.deem it not improper to state nthjirityi'bf I ti,' '
t I :t '.. t: .' feet Uack walnut veneers, 3 feet long .I .- the less apparent, however,. that the In- several concerned thlt .
'_; $. 'IY. : -10., .' feet Lumber board tnoutana r their"a! | I'I
Pr. Kn measure
e. !! 11 ( ,) per rolfacnlous I'I
: .. '. .; ----- --- 5,000 feet of plank stocks, to be from 35 to '0 dians must be immediately' removed, prese"a !! J41 owicg'to tlf pt. 1t

1frt'.:. :;:I I": ; : } Mthogany (board measure,) per -oneft feet in lengthto average 45 feet in length, feet. or the settlement, of the Peninsula ,of lant a\
:, : t. '. .' hundred not to be less than 14 inches square at 20,000 feet best quality white pine boards, 1 Morrison who with a good boat and BigaVSj: I
..!. :::4 .. -t feet. small end. inch thick. Florida be forever abandoned. These up and dw 'the}icM

.. : .: i :. 120 feet -inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long 4,000 feet plank inches thick. 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank 1J result, giving'all waraing and robbing'the treicEen2savnrge
Indian the of
.!:.". .: ;J" :r .. ; l 12 to.16 inches wide equal quantities. 5OOOdo, 3 do -I' inch thick. outrages are gross of his pray. lu Mr Bs report tdttejlot.ever C

.".." ;' : i r 100 feet 4-itr mahogany., 10 to 14 feet 'ongq' Svsquehanna pine; no plank to be under 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank 11 mismanagement on the part of govern: he was too modest to mentiohatpresent tt.ti..eJ'i J

/ ;,., :: .:, 12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 12 inches wide. inch thick. on 1the rntcb,'tis past idigf.-. lI 1
: ,1 1'O :, .r,! 100 feet 3.inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, feet best white 2 inches ment, and of a policy which was com In
"Ct ,. ..". 30,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, 0,000 quality pine plank, haste, nl'tri I
,t.. : ',,. f 12 to 16 inches wide equal quantities. 1
.- .( : 30,000 do li do thick. menced by the late Gen. W ORTH.- J
.to;. .. : ,::; 150 feet 2J-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long. feet best white inches ,- ,. .t
l 35.000. feet boards, 1 inch thick, 10,000 quality pine plank, 2 : 3-
Since the w'ar the of Florida
: :- : : people
1 ; : ; -j' 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. To be of the usnal breadth, Susquehanna thick. 171 Callioun's Address.' a

t i!,.: AV% : ; i tOO t 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, pine !'o. I, or first quality. 10,000; feet juniper, 1 inch, best quality; lengthto have steadily'called for the removal of We give to-day the concluding! portioned( Jfc: t,

?.?. .:.<';VT '. f'v W to 34 inches wide, equal quantities. 20,000 feet boards. ;> inch thick. to be of the be from'12 to 16 feet width from 10 lhounT8 Keply to Mr. 'n?btoD. AB,!"IDe a
/- g but
; : the Seminoles have been thwarted
;... ,. ..: : :... WO feet linch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet hug, usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. t, to 14 inches. pE'ronal.vindl o1tion nIr.C'a h ln,'it!soibj
.. :r inches wide .
10 to 24
equal quantities.ftOO or first quality.; CLASS No. 4. by the factious opposition of Whigs, the consideratioii! of the public ; for thcLgc.,
: ; : tY :
: .. 4 feet J-inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long, 15,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick ten of,public in n'are not only"one of tbe' JJ
1 r.,;;'.' .: .?t; ne-third 12 to 15 inches wide, one-third 15,000 do 1 do Hard Wood Plank and Boards, (board atd-ed by the-deeeptions'of the Indian elements which enter' intoa esdanUi ewitial 1I
:. S. .:;;,. : ..: : 18 inches wide, one-third 24 inches wide proper
i measure.) .
i' J: ; I : Usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. Agents The consequence is a series public affairs,but Jo.;in (lct most i t' z' -
.., ; equal quantities. 2, or second quality. 1500 feet boards 1 inch thick 12 control'them: Destroy the coofid 11otUt'
s':. .: 4.:, S$0 feet.1-inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long, sup. cherry of murders, the 'end of \t hich :we know ;
feet 12 to inches wide. people-in the char ettrs of thwh'b1if'their :;
t CLASS No. 3.
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; fr t.f one-quarter 12 to 15 inches wile one- : :
1000 feet black walnut I inch thick 12 feet not cau3eraml you the && ,
destroy cause
f.i;: sup. yet ;
; wide
; isqu&l j: :J8 one-quarter 20 10it"'t' Southern Yellow Pine by the cubic foot.
': '.:, : long, 12 to 18 inches wide. for whor, 'wouW'enUTUpon any, great., .politMi t
; het wife, one-quarter inches wide, eyul We'-see with 'some surprise thai the
I. STEAMERS. 500 feet St. inch- measurrsJnvolviiig the hazard (
t. ., sup. Domingo mahogany, 1. fgreattai' If
.::. :";'-:1"' 't\. '. :" r.',, ;' feet 1 quantities.ISO -inch-mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 45 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 13i inches, and 10 to 12 feet long, 15 to 20 inches; present Indian sub. gen't, Col.'SPENCER, if he believed that;those whom'he wai oMf' a. t

.- ': .:. ;. e t IS to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. and mould 15 inches, 2,925 cubic feet. wide. still continues to residein Jacksonville. ncccessity :.of employing in.bisfdefeM Ji i ;;: *
: 1" 4t:_ 100 feet j-inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet long 40 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 12 inches, 500 sup. feet St. Domingo mahogany, 3 inch, knaves-or hypocrites T _CoLBentonperciiaibeimportance ; j
: ,
p 1"t'w: : l'., 'I s' 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. and mould 14 inches, 2,100 eubic feet. and 10 to 12 feet long, 15 to 20 inches; For nil practical purposes the :&nd' truth of1 tbi;;Vod iw ;, it

,; "r '" .. ,, L.: tOO feet 1 and 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 FRIGATES. wide. well, have. been stationed at San Francis- being' an Abolitionist. in principle,'wkl;OK' .
\i'; a : !!?'J feet 15 20 indies wide CLASS No. 5. T .' posed to Any infeasures ofeIt-protectIoiodth {
-., ,,". .' .I / ; / t ,., titles.t long. to equal quan. 10 beams, 46 feet in length to side 15 inches, co. We are distant mine than 350 part of the South he; seeks, to pari.iw! ill 1'3I

/'. :;:; :: : ... i .'':. 100 feet assorted mahogany crotch veneers 3 and mould 14 inches, 670 cubic feet. White Jlih Oar ,Rafters and JJsh Logs.. miles 'from the and juch. 'niClsnrrs by shaking, the confidciicfjlf{ JI
10 beams 45 feet in scene slaughter
length to side ,
't 15 inches, 25 oar rafters, first quality, 18 feet long, to be the people in thedesigns jatriotistnptthcu Jt
: : ,, .
.' ,L. ,). : ... ... feetloig. and mould 14 inches, 660 cubic feet. 4 inches square in the looms, 450 feet in all, the intelligence has but just been received who stand rip'fortbtnfin defence of tLelVrj'Forcmtst
-, ; goD cubic feet African the I
'; t : ; : snabogany, m log, 4 beams, 42 feet in length, to side'15 inches the foot. LhemJie .
'.J'; :.1.'., ', r I.. aNt fesc tfean 10 feet long, 2<5 to 30 inches by occurred among! sitigles p titMi.t.a) a
and mould events
14 inches 245 although'the on
., cubic feet. 25 rafters first 16 feet 4 inches bouu '*fhe al1".41D4'
,, ". oar quality, long, noblest Koman 01 them .
.,, .,; ., .. :: J". r. opure, 10 beams, 47 feet in length, to side 17 inches in the looms in 12th 'that .
1. !. square 400 feet all', by the inst. Certainly, the Govern- -upi}pses by stinking him in,theestima m:: a
tar:; ." .: ,.,: CLASS No. j 12.Jffye and mould 15 inches, S25 cubic feet. the foot. ot' the Sbhiband thus depriving it of one;t Ij, I

_t.o". t{ :,': ;.-'L i'r. ? (board ) 100 feet. 10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side 17 inches, 25 oar rafters first quality, 14 feet long, .4 inches ment Agent should reside where it maybe most' prpm'inont; defenders, he wiirte.noakli, t,
,I f measuret per and mould 15 inches, 815 cubic feet. the i in l torin
square in looms, 350 feet in all, by his powerto communicate with : : the slavehr>ldin states into.foil vaS- #
-t Y": ir.- ': : : I 100 feet Maple Joist., 4 x4,34x 4, and 3x3 5 beams 45 'feet in length, to side 17 inches, the foot. : mission to the schemes of his fellow BarnLutIo (

.f1 '1'1: inches' equal-uant1ties. and mould 15 inches 371 cubic feet. 25 oar rafters, first quality 12 feet long, 4 inches the Indians on the shortest notice. ACailu're ers'and Abolitionists. In this way;he hasnadiAir.

t'.t" ,.1., .- ". L'Q :,: 15" feet Maple Veneers, 3 feet long, assortetf.i 10 beams 44 feet in length, to.side 15 inches, square in the looms., 300 feet in all, bythe to do this is only another part : .Calhoun's] reputation fidelity totaeSoutl tt
.( b':,' board and mould 11 inches, 550 cubic feet. 'foot. in some the of the South lbelt- (
., .; -: ; : J Cedar measure, peT fl/ of that indifference sort, cause
; : .: Jo 10 beams, 42 feet in length, to ,side 15 inches, 6 oar rafters, first quality, '28 feet long, to be on the part of Government It is a proud position for' Mr. Calhoan,.ugf.ippearstobe t
: 1000 feet Cedar Boards inch thick.
: ;
"I t." a;. t., .. .,. % and mould 11 inches, 520 cubic feet. 5} inches square in the looms, the bladesto to listen to' the wishes of the fully aware out/ for&'more powerful ,

; -'ll' ':;. .'\. ".. / Cherry, (board measure.) I beams,40 feet in length, to side 15 inches be one-third the length of the rafters, : of Florida defence of the. course pursued bj tit. Z

( ;'.!"' .'t''" ".:.: '100 feet Cherry Plank, J-inch, 12 to 18 inches 1 and mould 11 inches, 500 cubic feet. and 7 inches wide and 2 inches thick at the people or to obtain accurate South has never failed'from any p4ntiuiatliU (,

;f i: : f .' wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities. The above beams to he fine grain Yellow Pine, blade end, 168 feet in all, by the foot. information relative to the .movements' which graces the conclusion of bis i4fr.?,. .

J. 1',1". .'',: ": F:: :100 feet Cherry Plank, 2-inch, 12 to 18 inches to spring 6 inches in 4\J feet. 10 ash logs, 12 to 14 inches ,in diameter, and 12feet of.a foe living in midst. But}lr. ento.J. by his course, his 'ttaftu t
:., \., .. s. ;, wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities 20,000 feet Yellow Pine plank stock, to be fine long, (per cubic foot,) 130 cubic feet. savage our issue not only on Mr. Calhoun's 'hctejkupon ,

: :1.'J'1't' : '. .'. 'IW feet Cherry Plank. j-in'ch' 12 to 18 inches grain. CLASS No. 6. The. Indians must'be' immediately .removed -, 3Ir. C lI onn'lt. Vharacfer'as 'eobpani! JI I

tr2.-' : ,t" fr S r ;: wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities. CT.ASS No. 4. Oak Knees sided inch. from the State and if the General with his own.. contends'tLat 'Be'Lak bw
: ;1! .. t'... I. :. : 100 feet Cherry Boards, 1-inch, 18 to 24 inches Southern Yellow Pine, (by cubic foot) White (per true, and Mr.'C'ilhounials;\to tbe'S .: Oiit
: filf"' .-. 1:: ; wide, 12 to 16 feet long equal quantities. 25 knees, sided inches, arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 Government refuse to'take this step the or the other must'00' atraitoVlJntaispb&iof: .

., it S .:. :': : 100 feet Cherry Boardsipch, 18 to 24 inches ., 0"J j!, 0. tJi QI =Q. QI.ll.' t5 7 feet in length, 175 inches. citizens Florida] will take the 'matter view, it is of great public fmportanc -tap*

p ::;- :.. < ,: wide, 12to.I6 feet long, equal quantities. .G 4) 1- I 3C? I -Q 25 knees, sided 6 inches, arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 ceedingthe mere personalrreputation'tiftlagentlemen
I .io!" ''- :? '. ,. ItO feet Cherry Boards, %-incb, 12 to 18 inches .s 'lit. -, .c_. ,-.I..c J-- Gr. to 7 feet in length, 150 inches. ,into, their own hands. 'Several l companies .that the course'of both'sbciMseyerely );\

ivfci* .: ; '.; wide, 12 fvetkmg, equal quantities. Half yards. : ..= co I ._ ,, l 25 knees, sided 5 inches,-arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 have ready] 'been offered' the Governor scanned.! and correctly'undentodi'Jir

:?#$: =. : .. Leo feet Cherry 3oards, Hnch, 12 to IS inches .60'o : c = .s..Q to 7 feet,in length,. 125 inches. die,people of the South : "It/it high';%&,
Ci'H-i; ;< .' .. ', wide, 12 feet long, equal quantities. 60a ) .. E .Q.lSNS e I := None to 'vary more 'than 3 degrees' from'ft who will probably not 'wait i until they should'vindi&Ucf' their. 'nghts aid hw*;

:l' S... ." "', 1" .. 1W feet Cherry'Joist, 4 x 4-inch. '12 feet long. .-n M. "lJ.. 1J c C.- 11 right angle. June 30-tawtl Aug. Government,have waked up, and a ,dozen tions in'th'ij most eff'e ualOfatlting' metio e*.

Y.f! I -: : : 150 feet Cherry Joist, 3J x 31inch.12 feet long. 1680 cubic ft.,or but from their confidence those'wJr

t: ';,:. .' : < .;.\ 3300 feet land %-inch White.wood 'Boards, 14 12 pieces, each, Dr Osgood's.Iudiu" Jkolagogiic- more murders been. committed upon false! ;and supporting those' 'only.I who ar '

,"..t. ,'. to" .",t' i J to 20 inches wide, (board measure.) piece. 62 I 22 I -22, 19 16 10 which ,has gained such notoriety the cure ourcitizens. faithful to them. Nothingc6uld.moreCOBly ,

: : :. li ; NAVY YARD PHILADELPHIA. 117 -ubicft..or of Fever and Ague and other bilious affections, show the'desperate political profl;""**O:
4 .1" ..' \ 12 piece each1 I Benton, in his treachery ,to the) Sontb.i.h3.
Jta, : t : CLASS No. 1. nere.5| {I20 I 20 I. may be found at theStore of T.O.HOLMES, ,& Co. NEW SMYRNA E.
V ( 17 9 This medicine .was. prepared by a regular physician FIA.f ,> forcing on, such an issue. If tberi3.O2"inthe
I :" :',';.s.. :. f '.. 'White Oak, (by the cubic foot.) White Jlsh (board measure) thousand r and is the'result of an extensive practice ,. JULY '19th' 184,9. 5 broad 'South, :whom all' ptiCSUnionand '! '!
R3f-:: *,: VTs8BP per of several in bilious climate. EDIOa'NEws Statesmen'out ofltWlll j!alUta ,
: 11,000 cubic feet White Oak plank stock. feet. years a [ Those : -
.t 'i'... who have used it themselves or seen its salutary placing foremost jaTindicatfngr8 prof
'. ; 1-\ .Instructions furnished at the yard. The l
Lfat :. .r ,. t.t t.\ 12,000 feet of plank 2 inches thick. effects upon others. need no farther.evidence following unt of hostilities the ofslaverjin the1 Souia 6 :

t iJ"\i.'J. ,..t ''. '"ft.- CLASS No. 2.i 5,000 do do U do, of its great value. A small Treatise on by the Indians on Indian River ternal and external foes, that mAn' is) ;.

1. "'r' i:,; f':;. White Pint (by the thousand feet.) 4,000 do boards, 1 do the cause, treatment,and cure of fever and was elicited from Mr. houn. It he has been false to all! else", b*
To be 12 inches and at:my been.tru' to the South. In f1h'e'; wa.
.. .. 1 upwards in breadth ague and other diseases of bilious climates ;
: : .\ ;. t' -.. 0,000 feet (board measure) 3.inchWhitc Pine !' and.uauall.eogths. 'I may be had gratis of, the above Dgent. request, and I can vouch for the accuracy energy, and ability, with'which'Be, &*!'<]f *,
; : : plank, 40 feet long, 14 to 16 inches 2.000 feet plank, 2 inches thick. deUthe, "South,'constitute hoe grpond1'ijon -

L,, tf*'.&'.*'. J 1.' t'V> wide. square edged, free from defects 2',000; do do U do EASTERN JUDICIAL 'CIRCUIT. I of his statement.-. Mrs. Russell and ',whichf his enemies have rested f'&ieir"t' ::

,tf W. ...>./t that would Injure them as.s plank. 2,000 do boards: do family. with Mrs. Barker and Miss. Buijock'are l- against hirn'of hostility to 1'eJJ'n1- 'frX f 1
} Circuit
J ;! v.u;> 10,000 feet (tx&rd measure) 2-inch White Pine''U Court.,Qf StvJohns County, ,.
"From S to 10inche,,18teet toil: basbeeflimenabi, o'iEa4dk %
;: >* i.'*; panel plank 16 feet long. lengths. ;,.. Thursday the J4th day of June, gue8t'8ai.l, my house'at. th'istime.. plainest of-all ,reasons i, Mis&ehe ; !Y.J' knd'b .

'i. A tIt.,. 'm: 19,000 feet panel(board plank measure 16 feet) J-inch long. White Pine Black jJsh (board measure;) "\: A. D., 1849. -1 -- 'H.--., CRANE ,has atcays 'been, 'mtk I"j ei' .Ii'..:.

f}'; rt"" ;: : r y .000 feet (board measure) 1inch White 1,000 feet of plank 4 inches thick George B.-Fairbanks' 'Master or' ,' < ""/ : : })n. Thursday the 12th inst,'.a PI\x:1y'or 4 Indians -, the Clay Democratic in th.Whig party:.and"the last. tWflt14

"'iIt13Y; # ::, $'j, Pine panel plank, 16 feet long. 1,000 do do 3 do '. inXShancery, Order for r came in at the house of Col.,Win..F.; Ras- years ha been lc party both,:for the same gaU1 V o

t '.i ll 1 i;'';; 10,000 feet (board measure) l.inch'WhitePine: 1,000 do do '21do nse of Burroughs. ,E.Carretal. : f Publication.HewyiW. I, sell I, ,of"indian,,before*b'reakfask\and ,r& Their,aftthftiejhaiejeen p.lajing with.the Ner*.
I .1 ;, 't ; :.: panel boards 16 feet long. 1,000 do do 2 do \'s. I tnainedaround.the J .yard ti1libot11Vb' cl4'A: always' iajorojaf,
J ; againstHhe B th'.on' question
M .'i ''rf"; CLASS No. 3. .12 inches and upwards in'breadth Groves. etal: :J M., whenjthey left and,walked:to the, house'of sectional every '
}'Y ? r 1,000 feet of boards inch thick TTist PON reading i and filing the affidavit 4tGe6: : Capt.. Gottis, about half mile'distanCstbjping a rights or interests, uuf

: tt, i : % White Jht (by lineal foot.) l,000do do ?;/ do U ;E. Fairbanks,.Solicitor of said Complainants short timeand returned.f 1) tne.JiouSe of have'inet' ori the infambus'platfona' -: ';fe ofVBaraburnefs.ta tbrespetive ; ,
Both aol striving
.t .- 1 ISO Masoned White Ash, for rafters, 14 feet, To be I in breadths of 16,18, and'20 inches it appearing the.-said 'Defendants 1 CoL Russell. ,They",eTinced, :;during'hoth',6f 'esWpuih'bn. i the;Objec:f: '
t't or 1400 lineal feet. ,-in proportions of each. Henry W. Groves and Martha Bartlett re these tisit the most :friendly feeling making f "
1W seasoned White Ash, for rafters 16 feet side in"the'State of North1Carolina'and, that :.presents'o/bead3ring '& .the Awnuonistg.uoin ueciare th mseIY,wvrr:7j j
childrenJ-r-; *
.$-. or 1600 lineal feet. Cherry, (board measure.) Lewis Henry Bouteli; Charles B Alter, to..tM institution slavery..aad Terya; ajy
.,.., .. d'Ma. remaining a/iihort tim'eVtirojpr tbel pajfty *fe
If : r" 'Dj!
-;.?; ;iii: ; {jjll/ 1.: 31 inches square at loom; 5j by 1J inches at 1,000 feet of boards 1 inch thick, 16.18,end 20 ry Caroline Bouteli,reside in the State. 'of Mas went to the'houseof: Air! Ward. zd rifled,it pf. seek'tota&fntainiitJ: frj l
a. ena. inches wide, proportions sachusetts.. : ,"j every !. .' .:'They areeprcfl4:
of each breadth! ,thing Mr WI nd;family VyereabsehVat the < the
:whole batch'of bcth ittfwha at ,.,
to beclear of all On motion of par
NAVY defects said'Complainant's '
.:: YARD, WASHINGTON. Solicitor It the time. .TbejgainioUected at C61.i Bus* ,* -ot refused v oijn'tK Icssion
CLASS Elm (board meaiU is ordered,that the said Henry W.Groyes,3ja- sell's jf here remaineduntilahb'uV4.:; 'r.wbenCoL1Lwalked Coagress
No. 1. ,. t.) tha::; Bartlett,;Lewis.Iebry Boutel M,; cm .Addrss-a paper co6taning.not'hngJp1 ( ,
-Charles to I :
WAil 3,000 feet boards field:6f1irB.rkewho r,; : una II\rrathe" ortbe 'a ZgrcZ''.
board simple
Pine ( quartered ,
measure, .per thou 3 inch thick,8 to Bouteli, and Mary Caroline Bontell"-do appear ( WUjl"J1gl>gedin plantingJjjoutoes 'about 'I '

i-; x-, and fr-d .19lncbes wide, 15 to25feetin length. and answer. :the said *Complainants said Bill of :JO,rods_distant jyul Lu. plahi .view.b"ihejfiou.sef ofthNrtho thepeopleottheouth. 11 ,
d_ .. ,) 1,000 feet of plank. 3 inches. thick 24 within'four;;M ntbs i tJl-i'I' n1if, t dhiitiitl Ok t Jlf
inches Complaint !'from the first: Immediately,afteiv:Col.1left-the
": ,: nA Whit nde. Indians shook'hands and not to'th : bthfordiitiflnd 01
HiS ? publicatioriof this Order. ; '' I North, .
-1 3W with the
do Pinedrel.bdi : ;J family and'bid them go. 1 .!t
.b1t'; .
li do hoard It. is further ordered. 'due : I c J18 uent .et PHpMO .
( In short
; t 7,000 do :1 do do do : : measure.:): hereof at. publication' a. tiinAtheHppeareddon> tl, e Back oJ :, party;aDt.thc..J.QlJo ru".Qr.l1OhpnrtfI, I a\

I : CLASS No2. 8,000 .feetqu; tred4 boards, 1 inch hick -s besraadesweekly' -some'?Ntw/naper the.field which planted! f in.cane: ,, and approached I. lk9Si o.f",.,, nJth., rnturllte. & and..
totcypret In thi&t Circuit .f
: printed for thepeilodi I :: < ; ert1aJ
10 withfa J
mches offouronthis of Col.THugseiraud'Mr. :
25yards "
wide 15 to 25 crjt .i- : ) .
) feetjn length: ., : 1D .enC& lam 10 lJL&I anU. Uhw
I .: % -T-/','r "*ic'Jett\it -. i : ;' ,; CLASS.No.,5. ., ,. -. e. t -v; 41 j ;, : .Darker, halted}andtook, eHbeKiteaim,wlttt :, Ui. 3 s'tq' bkrifidiortkc'; ; '.
I .::: : 1WO etibic feet of,Ash-logs,.Ti,:1' .' ; : 0. : :: rtiAed.tobef\trueCopy.'. 1St. Ritig =4; & -it tI' PB.-DUMA8. tag his "
rr, ttl,t-tkird to be from CJ to 20 incktt in i I .J,_< : w!nyr rcti. ,! ,,,'"l ; : .ocr_ ,. ,i arm/nnd_; grazingiii. -;abUbmeu ; * i.: their .nbw14i,tJiy zna7'tathe 'l',\t i!
t oSt"oh c
; -. a'r: ( .. (60arJ, ., "etl bt. : J : ant1 1 p.JJg..tlllm:" Jl4..tlPU1'J'I M -i fr4QUfl1 1tbelt1fyr
: ; \4' .1 I ; \ \ . ,.", T rt. a.\"IQ .,'. a 1 ; Jane'30, J84&ttp., > ; *i n : h" '(.ID. 'Ulq .ui 1JPP ,s'1tq d.tgJrJ) P.Y! ?tC..J1e.Ll H-YM,heirDrOLJJipJ\'us i'Mtb




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1- i1"-L..r g .' abfcrenposta .1I4< nJRh t ;..'aat.Nq" ;a. 4-tiT' ii iiii-Z 01Ull8COUB YuBN &'Uf11 BR8BY .. .".. tl. ;' t : f.
other Tjr .troinljrint "
! *". and tnutonwill be hit owntinW| l1iIhelm1tLwbthdjree:! I&tieguts1e. ,., .'Y gave. an4xtc'.fle Otberda f S 'J! .--1 !nJJ 3.0CtObf'W. ff: ... .Uillprepe. 'Ii Si- 'In'! t ti. that nil men in the South, to |y,nP fjrzjyLhrouh 'Jln! ,. ftI y thefUallln1qre :8t'o log'thahougli -- \ Dr.Seth W. FowleDeaf Sir;-Thir may pnrsmncc ajhdtig,. virtue of,the.1ut 1 .

I ibbeU iiSinH! remember them but for detes-I npiI rdsurrh4b4fr fltr>..b last.,.''n.f' Certify that lam n&wtjseyetifjMive yenrs of IN hnt) TetanOtTeLiiJntzzt.wIicll deceased t -t

VSd Execration. The advocacy tnnthui..1ect D.. \ :r. &rl.i!'. iii\ .waedeclaredheleofCIiformtwould ; age; was born anti HaV$always resided in this ,of Ab inSi V>/4'iiiiSMK we *'' t :' 1

Mtlot iiith men is enough' ,to mnkeall good b8 pJ, ,JIA'tlte. 'srit-spiri lt { .exclude slavery' {iyet/a merchant town. Iii Octol ef JWlT: oTt" and for offer for wlel>j lJubtj: ,:Mrtfon. to the highest} .

UlL bf; men in the South hate it, as they hate do that their;'du'IjU'M tr 1 .Vpp! inted;ind,tbatH.w'It"qoiraod tat :San ,Francisco, from KDode Inland, six months was afflicted vitJi'th influcnz.i. and, ., bidder, before. iit'e.Co ,Houa
allot S of their wont enemies; for were itwejXeir : ; had ,* -i" *** -- vV>aud the worst coujh :I'hive eyerexper5cncetl during Xe"IJ n viUt>ynirI ,C'O bf'. f
. would 10" ibesebjctcfnemespeeiaIlId uembliog to our*treet ea- ; bought nn gOv: n child: .h'.l: .AL-atL ,
upport, the North never the Sabbath bt ** my "'whole\ li1--. self anti friends had tween the hoifrVfif oclok A. I. .sad : '
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I rigid IT *nforct the i .< _
pOt clued lo have committed any one of Riftk aTbatthe p oc4i' bp1i : S. < 'i"I SIn j stl'ngtloubtimr'eY: recbverinp. I got a I 0'tl C l', M, on JIon % the 2ILiy of August .: ;.

I. llife rft'IS OILS .bkh now treten our pelce.lid. .- ed.I in.the paper* oT the t!wti_,.nd -$na'ftnectInnIth. I addition, L. \V.!Bojrgff, formerly I:bottle of ScbenckV Syrupy-it lid .me good.I .-T- i iiea t.I:'hc foUtfwin .ttrtcribed Propertjr si- r .4. '.

; i ir the Union should be di:5..o1ved by the ihetoiao much of.the atatutea. ,oftlie State mgjnaj bsvert9lbrot Governor :cf Missouri, :arid-tiow; resi- I then applied to a.physician: ,who prescribed (ormeieveraFt1aIt'sbut f tnitcandfJw;.,in ,uniyyofAljifhtitij. ; t* S
be the traitors the double trai- : ;. "y'. '.J--- ": -1Fs I did not cure me. At'Listray"7 i rTbo'.WWi Jilt! !
thel will fff"Y.4 ,deht in .California y'jTfa; tt r I ii 11 wit ( of 1'toI1 -& qu3rt r.fSection .
Solda, will rest the tea- .. .. '' *' < ', t physician ndiiscd me't take Dr. 'AVistarV I .. -ii:
On their heads .. > / i''
botb. __: .t: >. twettttvoJane. \tOl\OIi"'W\ .
.TV _-8.10. 1II1f. ".". friend in.Missouri t : j"1 .: > f
& or ioniitand Abolitionist cornged.ercurv. -- :. '- -.-;. t- 'e t' ; .celebrnted Bilsamof Wild? Cherry which has quarter or Section t1rt ntS.t.w outIiitct \ $
1 coarse Letter ., .G.\. ,...\I .' I ; '\ .:'In conclusion'let, roe" say, if'your, performed so many remarkable cures. \lid quince Section 27 List bull ;of. ,SouthfiiH1quarter ; '
Y' '4 .tt7aada: '. :1'.; ,> I and I believe that \vehDY life rough % k
three ,
M'k. *-' v;' eiy v sons.uill' bring out two or negroes ; my Section 25.. Monh.EttSt quarter of See., .
We find the followirg letter from 1ofLmi.dl's i ,1.
Ihe left me intirelyWhen 1,had taken n single-bot
who rliLimd S atte d at hotel tion thirtytLaeeNqrtheEnst of South
can a quarter *
Lane, in the Philadelphia NeWlOfeaterdlt
Self preservation.The tie. I am'now enjoy good health. It'I ever, East .
the preamble nnd WXST PoiST. Jane 28, $49.- j your brother: will pay cash for themata ; again have a similar attack, or any of my W qU3crtt'rhf'cdl Si-ctioii.n. Ihirty.tbrei"'Nortb. '
tqu1rt'rClr tfiirtyfonrrWcst .
I following are My dear Sir:-The newe.from the Parliament of good profit, and take'it as a great fa family, I slmll immediately rcsott to Dr. Wis- of SOutb-\f est quarter of Section tf irty fo ft| .bAll :Jti; .14

adopted by a large meeting Great Britain,this morning,must,I think,increase the vor.", tarV Uals-iin, of Wild Cherry. The physician of the above lands in : ; ,
resolutions Township
SS seven
citizens of this diacnnteutof our neighbors on the oUter aide of the : who recommended this Balsam. me, was -, )! : .
South .
respectable I '' | A San Francisco letter from a' New Range eighteen East.containing'.rfglit -t
rf the most St.Lawrence and the Lakes not a little; arid ihit these do so from his own personal, observation ."
the evening of the 24th inst., diacnntenta',in a few years, lead'.to a separationofthe Yorkerwritten .in April, also says :.; experience in using it.* One hundred,and forty one.thirty.ninehundyed the Lj. .
Jtreon Canada. New Brans'k. &., ccC, from the that very strong ncre*. more or le, .or wliieli about tW6 hundrrd (1 _
L proceedings of which we regret mother country,seems eqaa'.ly: probable. "Good boys a man could hire case of cure of a young man, , and fiQy is improved having'ihereofl a' go<>d "J

late hour for Will those Province form thernselrea,into an Independent .. cheap are-wanted.. A..good.negro would vicinity which (r.lI m&.n informedme. dwelling louse, kitchen'and. other house*, sta StrjH

ttere banded Uts at too an nation,or seek a connexion with our Union? do well If I could buy a good SlitVeiS EPHRAIM SANDERS. bles, barns stud otlutimprovements;; belonging :t ..ti

in full. The meeting was I think the probability is greatly in favor of the lauer. uih etvoiildbe' jf'l.I None genuine, unless signed I. BUTTS on to aaMill Cotton PLmf at inn,also nCottoa Screw;oRa ,
a goodthing :
publication In judgment the interests of both sides 'would be the wrapper; lfouise..with .

result of recent efforts to excite an I much promoted by annexation"the several Protinees could keep him.i Forsalehy TO HOLMES & Co. and Grist Jill with running Water Power Gear fora also Saw Stock Gin. ; !'
the. I coming into the Union on equal terms with out pre ; I *
insurrection among our slave population sent'thirty States. The free navigation of the St.. of (/.it tie fltout-fiOj head more or jJena.v"MCi .
Administrator Notice.
Lawrence is alreadyof immense importance to perhaps EapensiveHair.CutingFrom *ft The ,Tille.of. aid lands and the/Terms sad : .

and the measures adopted are approved a third of our present population, and would be letter from the "Panama" steamer on SALrTOF. REAL. ESTATE., condition made known on tlieday.ofsalf. : .;

by the whole community. As a of great value to'the remainder. After annexation, her way to the gold 'country, we 1 lesrn :Postponed to the First Monday in May next S. S JJEXiNETT M, liEU,..,, .. 4'
two Revenue Cutters, below Quebec.,would give ua '
Liter of self-preservation our citizens better security against smuggling than 300.000 custom : that:in the absence of a professional barber PURSUANT to an order of the Judge of Pro SAMUEL R. miss: / : 1\.1

houae lihe County of this date 1 will l' Kxccufor; : JJ
ah that
employee*;strung mg separates ua of the cut the hair
laws of one '
the passengers
determined that from the British possessions on our c! linent. I am offer for sale at Public A ction, on the first .1 July. 21,1819. S ,ld, ,. : : }o 1
ate -
I well with that line,and know deal of another, for Which. he brought a 4 .o "
to shall be enfor- acquainted a great Monday' in April next ensuing, at the usual Adtuinlafratrix 1. _* _
negroes : .e.
relative ,
State f the interests and character f.tft.he Provincials. of Suit into -
(} bill $9,50. was brought hours of Sheriffs sales, the following describedreal "
Though osed tn incorporating' u. district I months after date I sbaU. : ; : *if i
hp( any present .
cede the court above referred to, to recover estate of Eliza Crichton, deceased-one SIX ? .vconutH <
inirl peopled with the Mexican rar.e,1 should he moat happy ami vouchers'to .
4 whom was referred an the Hon. Judge of .5. .
and .
hundred of Lund
Committee thirty ((130)) acres ,more 5
The the of said bill. had
slates to fraternize with our northern and nortbe..ternlIt'ighbon. amount They sev- Probate .Columbin. .
: with the county for final'settle
connected a .
into the evils or less; situated on the St. Johns River in Du 1 : "
fi of Jacisonville wouldporI eral able lawyers on board, who conducted inent and ask a discharge from th'e furtntVaiiministrution S
Town -
nd negroes in the What be the views of our -Executive govern val County,'and bounded on the South and East I '
ment on the subject I know absolutely nothing; but I the case. Mr. N. Smith, of N. by J lands of' Eleanor A. Crichton., West by St. of the estate of Samuel Ah- Elliot; -;: ,. :

for t' period of time, they have withIn thug I cannot err in saving that two thirds of our people Hampshire, ,acted as chief judge, Mr.Mcllvaine Johns Rivers North and East by lands: of Calvin deceased. .,late of' ColumbIa county.MARTHA :., m. ,
That to the would rejoice at the incorporation; and. the other Reed North by lands of Charles W. FITCHETT : ..,
been looking 8rowi3 associate Byrnethe -
AIliiolls eye, third anon peiceive its benefits. ,our (purser., judge, AilreihisirMtrix ofthe E, tale ofS. W."KIUbl.-
and extent of these evils to the same being one-eighth (jIg) of a tract of { '0
Of I underhanded measures Mr. Chase Esq. sheriff Mr. Judith i tfl iS-iy. '
IDlIgtUtuJe course. am opposed to any July ; '
or trouble therefrom to the white pop- on our pirtinfavor of the measure or any lan the late John Crichton, knownas ,. S pnk:; .1 S : :.( _
rGpect ; and Mr. McAllister were: counsel for '
.ltiou and of an increased restriction, a light- oilier act of bad faith towards Great Britain. Her "Tweedside and situate at the mouth of St. Luck Con..y''I'nx C 1ler* rV ; i ,.
Iugot the chains .f bondage, and an wine. good will,in my view of the matter, ia only second! to plaintiff _and:Mr. Hyer and Mr. Livingston Julinzton Creek. The said real estate to be <'A .IV : *'"? "'S
of the themselves and that the form sold for of debts of deceased. ,. FA! --S -'', ,: ,
security,to say nothing possibih- ihat of the Provincials for defendant. The defendant'i payment + T : ><
resurl terrible retribution to the slaves them- "r would aeon follow the latter-considering the counsel demanded bill ot ALEXANDER W. CRICHTON, By"irfa of the:power vested in mejty.lawj '

t1 fa Committee feel the full weight of drenent temper and condition of Christendom-cannot a particulars Adnrr.'E-itate'of Eliza M. Cri htoD, dec. levied, ,upon and will expose let ': ; ';
Lonsibility devolving upon them on the pre- he adopted. which was,furnished' The Jacksonville, February 19tli. 1849. sale nt Fort Pierce (there being no l'oun.HOUIe : .\
The foregoing views I have Inng been in habit of of the items For. inthecUnIJ.f't.J.ucie.) inthecoul.tlor)3t. 01 \'
and would, therefore, bring to following are a.few : Feb. 24. 30ds : .
occasion; expressing in conversation. I give them to you for .
leD' Lucie Florida,
the subject minds free from all excitement, and what they may be North.Faithfully cutting hair-red hair, $2. O ; combing '17 The above sale ia postponed .to the first, her 1n., ., 1849 on, betjveyn.Monday, ,the the22d usual ibyufOcto--.hours.\ e. :'. .

ni'Mi such remedies as may result in good yours WINFIELD. SCOTT. the same, 25 cents ; cutting whis.. Monday in August next, July 28. sale': the following tfescrlbed tracl'of- Jl; aor'i:. i .

loboih master and slave. kers, 50 cents ; trimming moustache, --- so much thcreoCas will pny the State anti County *
Sale in Si.. Augustine; ; .
ourselves to "
than receiTe -
i None are more ready manufacture the tomb. $1 ; attempting to curl the same, 50 cts; Tuxes: nsywied iberetjn'for the.year 1847 5
the invalid and stranger; BE SOLD at 1'ublic Ancti"n in ,
1 ,fi& open arms, ,I The New York Star says : "Capitalists are time ernp1oyed,9Ojlirintesftt 3 ).2 cts. WILL und IS IS., unless the't:1.: "ron and the cost ".'.4
extend to them bos- of the Conrt House in the City of '
; more willing to every of their invest arepii.l before the dayofmnl, to wit An Island -' ;
? gradually withdrawing a part '
them all the sympathies minute 83 use of comb and brush St. Augustine on Monday the 28th. of August \
i J ulity, and to bbow ments from agriculture and commencing man- per ; I containing :UJCWO:; acres of land, lying and ; .Y-
t I ftkeb'iUU.U heart; none more eager to shield ufactures at the South., The stocks for build- 25 cents ; cleaning, same, 25 cents ; extra 1S49, at ten o'clock, A. M.: the Real Estate of being iu the said county of St Lucia; called .: _

\ Ibcir taukeu health and shattered frames, from ing cotton and woollen mills are soon filled, and : charge ,on account of sanguinarycolor Francis Guv. late of St. Johns county, deceased, '.Ma'rr.itts Jslandj" tinted near Capeansveral. .' : .

: lh ctiiung bl. ts and blighting frosts of the female operatives.from Lowell, of experience, affecting the ,nerves $1.-JWy. consisting of-, in the River %s or Indian River;;granted ,"
cli- A House and Lor bounded the south
the on
them genial by .
to share with to Don Juan Mclntoah! by theSihoveriment
; forth none, invited to instruct Southern .
; are by high wages, '' Q.'J .
breezes ot.our own sanny Express. Bridge street, on the east by Hospital street, hc ..isth or)lay in jin& 'e
lute and balmy girls in the art and mystery of fancy spinning : ) ,ihejrear,1O31 _
; and the west Charlotte Street
i on by
; meaire'1 liftl Iiidi'iTto sait1S1et cIi
the foundation t 1)1.Gto .
South. also
and I
they are laying The Administration and the Also .Lot the of and : ,
Organs.-- \ on corner St. George
.J. h Clark. th 2.1 IeemberI8I7asillb
for such kindness the South who ou ,
Bat surely it is poor return for educating the poor girls at ;.
: St. Patrick 'streefs .
:I There is trouble at Washington : thephtand thereof :whlci -I
midst and under the hospitality unfill had the prospect of realizingany evidently { seen by survey \
in now ,
to our never ,
sow, Also four Lots of land the west side ,
lying on said 3,600lfr.-siJre' assessed in said St.'Laei
roofs the seeds discord and industry. The experiment respecting the two and : 'j -f
of our own from praciiial organs
thing. .1
of Maria Sanchez Creek described in iu'plat : .
strife, to scatter the firebrands of devastation is great and profitable one, and will goon which is' to take precedence in the .nf- made for Augustus Pouj cud, as Lots No. nine. county Ata1nhnt to John duo MeJntosh.for Tuxesor. S 4' <'> *

andruio over tbis fair land. from article to article, until the oOUtb will fcCtions of the 'Adminis ratj The. eleven thirteen and fifteen,, containing, each S <,- it-- .S'S ..- .- .;. 1St7..21j 1S.I .. '. .. .-

We feel assured tlut many, who visit us, are supply the market with cotton goods,iron-ware, lotyou'e hundred und fifty feet in length by fifty J\t1J-,cost .. .'.t :'-G."l3* '* *, .. ': 4.::..
Union with :
ourselves and others, domestic asserts great positiveness, i
good mtn and true as ; and every article of consumption. in the above will be
breadth. All .
: .
property C. L. JWATTOX. -
their sentiments are white labor finding in numbers that the National S :
whatever may be private Averse as the South is to yet recent ,
the widow's claim dower. '
sold for
t too tighminded and honourable to stoop to such it difficult to unite white and black labor in I Intelligencer e rr1'.t' day, and that snhject to JOSEFA QUE Admiu'x. Tax Collector.avd Assessor of.St. Lovae .O r ;; f::

but hote that amoug our visitor released from the fields will Jult 14, IS.1.. .tdo, ,;. I" 1r'
t meanness; we mills, the slaves Mr. .Bullitt has b compelled; to takea St. Augustine, July 21, 1649. it. t.t S }
have been who have not scrupled to in the and steam planeing .
tomt be placed forges '- Jacltsonrillc Female : q1
this .
To in .
back .
t awl themselves of every opportunity to disseminate mills and in various out-door labor. The us region (says OR SALE. 111: 'C mmitt e'of Dilution /

among our servants,sentiments alike destructive NortI' has fairly roused up the South to a the New-'Orleans""' Courier) who-' are' two adjoining Houses fr following liaveawlpptethe : S ;;. -r. 1

t to our security,and their welfare.-men consideration of herres nrces. and the surest aware S of the .ipttm cj.rd' c9ralalfriendship I and Jot$ in the, Town-of Jacksonville, in .The scholastic year isto consist of four. ,.jc'fAi, .' j,
i ieroid of all the noble and generous feelings of means for its development; but the, reaction, existing between. 'Gen. 'laylor I one of which I at present reside, together with of elevefi weeks each. ., 1 01\

; our nature, who turn viper-like and sting the while it will establish industrial: pursuits in and Mr. Bullitt aricl how much tljte I the Lot, formerly occupied by my saw-mill. Ortlihcmphv, reading writing and S aritulne : 'U..
Land that saved; them. We are aware that such .ln "t" rJ1l.. "nve the'North_ and'East_ of : is desirable, and .will be
This '
. ; *uvrtAiu, n* -VUAI-V --w .v----- property very tic per.t rhi $4,00. The above with EnIia% k .::r:
in the of their means by South,however former, is indebted lo theIatterlor: substantial -
themselves use customer. The -
: jttstify a valuable payable disposed of on favorable terms. The title is in- grammar and U'Ogr:1phy'per, tenu$,Oo. Tlie '.

} the end.' that they are seeking to secure the liberty will never be able effectually to. throw ,i benefits. 'conferred during ;the disputable. ,1 also offer for sale a lot of old above with the higher'branches of nil EuglIab It ..i:3 I..

. i or their fellow beings saying that all men off all dependence on Yankee industry. If they late canvass, no, more conclusive_ proof, iron, remaining from the burning .of my saw! ': .

. t arc born ejua/, and of right should be so. refuse to buy any thing down East, the Yankees required. !!o, show that.the. Presidentis mill. ."; ''.- S natural), mental and moral ,,Botany/ .' : !,
This truism we deny, and at a proper seasonare will South and do their manufacturing for JOSEPH A. BARBEE.
go Chemistry, Geology;Astronomy Uhttori'lJ*.giJ : :
has been nc -
prepireJ to prove its falsity. But for the them. If they will sail their own vessels, the as repeatedly.eharged, Jacksonville July 21, 184 ?. .\'it nnd Evidences of Christianity, per' term $6,00" ,. j" 'tl< .
; present its waive the consideration of the right Yankees will them and neccessary, mere cypher in thendministration, wholI '
navigate i Uacb quarter to be paid to Treasurer in .d: ;; !
,_ of man, to held in boud.ige his fellow man.- build them-they do not care whether they are I ly under the dictation of his cabinet. Shcrift's 5 Safe Benton County, Fla. vance. 1' : ".4'"i

. Notwithstanding, we could by reference to sacred in cotton at Boston for their labor, or in I
paid The scholars will
be sold before the CourtHouse door beunderthectrulfflstM'j t
j ;
. as well iis profane history prove its existence Still it is revolution f WLL : ;
coin at South Carolina. a War of4nizi 1attfefirst.The In er nton county, on the first Monday tion .of an experience female teacher.-* lc J' "

3 from the days Abraham to the present injurious to the East and beneficial to the South pendent, a weekly:paper published 'nt, Quebec' in'August next, between the usuil hours of sale Provision hIS het-u made' for instruction iaLatiir. _r

1 time. Thy have in all honesty and good faith brought on by an uncalled for interferencewith contains the following warlike statement. the following property. to wit::The East of Fr nch.: Painting and D..uTing.Aiad:Mnv* "{ .j JI

. debarred themselves the question Qt"right in Southern rights and. Southern institu-I On Friday last, at the ordinary session of South-East |4 of Section,No. 12, Townsh.p21 sic, for which additional charges,will be! .- S ; < )
Ihl___ bond.____ which. __ cements_____ our Uuioil-therwatitation. I II .
1 very
-n" I tions. the City Council one of.the.Members"proposed South Range 19 East ; also South-Wear 3: nf The first terra commences on thc. th ofOitober l : .

:: I If they complain of slavery as a motion ofthe nature of which we are ignorant the South-West 7. Section 25, Township 20, next. .Ii ? -.--. ji
: in evil, IK, too, may possibly utter the same Northern and Southern' Slaves.In but which another member objected to remarking Range 19. Levied on as the property of C. T. AppU&itibns for ,admission are to-be made t< ; r "1:.

"I complaint, but. perhaps, in u different sense.- order obtain the sympathies of a at thesametirne that in three monthswe Jenkins, to Satisfy Sundry Executions issued I he Committteof Direction.1: : t. : ..('.

But{fan evil,it is one not of our seeking; one for class of philanthropists it is nec- would be Americans.. Hereupon, the mem- from the Circuit Court of Benton, in favor of COMJIITTEI-: PREcrttisAJ.M.HANlEL f / S ...
1 the existence of which, we are in no w.ty responsible huge ber who had brought forward the motion.crossed f
{ and head ; George Hernandez and others, this. 2d day of 'of 't :
t \ ; one imposed upon us by their fathers; cessary to have a black skin the hall, and administered tremendous'blow! to July 18J9.-. N: C. MOODY, S 4 Dr. II:... HULLAND 'fi.
1 ; we which we have no possible means of throwing covered with tightly curled hair.- his opponent, which prostrated. him on the S Sheriff. Benton ibinty.July .. A. :\1; EE1J; :' ,/i.jS ( ':f'i

1 off, should we even desire it ourselves, There 19 no slavery in the world] -8ay floor. S 21, iS-19. tds TKEAMTRER.Rev. .. .. ... ,. : 1;

I ; nth iess at the caprice others. The citizens these benevolent people-save Chatlleslavery. The war spirit then comrnntik-nled to others. SWART,'" S "i! ; .4:i

r : f Aw England introduced into this country and the combat threatened to: beforae general, Jack dnville, July ?49 ; : !
- ;_5 Ils trtffick in slaves reaped therefrom golden The poor woman of the North when the mayor called in'the police who put an Sheriff's gale Deiiton County, ..Fla. _S 5- .: ;- -r'1; 1

p Ifftestt more enriching than California's I forced to labor for ninepence a day, or end to the quarrel an4 ejected, tlie audience. \ ILL be sold before the Court House doorS Ert.lrfn, Judicial, Cire.i.liftiii. :. ; t ?l
\ _
in .r .a. 0 r" ::1 :4.;)
'interest slaves
3'r r tola, prudently sold their life of prostitution is utterly .. -- ofBenton the first '
accept a 1---; ; county' ori Monday :
S S Peter :
and now for. 'Fort Bcnetj. Administrator t f. )) : t 1,;
r Vittlj pocketted the proceeds ; in the sympathy which is ex-. Blacks for Californw.-The Smith Herald in' August next between the usual hours of '': :
Francis P.S
nchu. deed airi
forgotten -
existence. Wise men ,J :.t. : .
,upbraid us with its of the 13th ultimo,says that the remainderof sale the following to wit: The SouthWest ; r
is sold property -
tended-to the lack-womanl'who vs. ,. 'S .ffl Cfi ters'.. : l
i. fcjTtre, and would be thought philanthropic : Coi.Bonner's party have arrived (here consisting I Section 22 +

. hut t future day reckoning It will be seen tin a Southern stave block. The slave ofsey tf1fbitt's'ttn ix'blrickti.. It is' trot 1 19 ; being quarter 160'a cr tofhind Township; more r less,:Rairge Lev Ben. .Peter A., Putnainv'Mitthci:. Executor of.... .J'''t'>.'?,-',;po:_P "!. 't. *, -. r .1-t
L: air
i' rto is the true friend of the negro,the Aboli- ot* Northern civilization suffers mo're ina likely that free'blacks would. part througu Arkansas ied on as the' proverty of Richard R. Cfumyto by et 'Order d : ,*' ;:.

7 .: fcust or the Master. We are perfectly in fora singlewinter's day than the serf of as members of a dliform:\ expedition ; satisfy 'sundry, Executions issued from ..the WHEREAS, an y entered on rir
of Jane ,
: woMfiae in saying that the slaves of the Col.,Bonner, tc s'JWrjment of 1843, the undersigned ; ; r f i
1 suffers in a life time. possiblyrks' County Court ot Ahchua, iu favor of John G. wns t& tak'Jind i
Southern bondage appointed state f"J
fed ;amonj
. { fctthern States,as a body, are better ,more taking his slaves to California. Tyner and others, this 2d day of July1849. ,
other the t
things accout of Debts
. >m owing by
treated .e : t
sBfortaWy clothed, more kindly pro- -Quaker City. N. M. MOODY :r ;
and have :Informed' tlib Estate Peter Mitche), deceased:, .- :. i\i fc : "
.n Wed with more religious principles, "TAe slave Northern Civilization Delirium Tremenf.-Wc'were (says Benton -r I I
Sheriff; eoumiy.
Now : ..
ihereforej-ifl pursuance or &I Order 1 1Notice'isJzeLyrirei
t lOre time at their own command,than any oth- in single winter Jay than the Organ of the'S0h ulf.) by n medical: ,man, July 21 '184g. tdsSheriff's : ; 5.
:. the earth. suffers more a .died of fifliriuihtremens to all.persons ekiminglo i :.
tUboaring class the face of that three. persons!1inv ;
upon Southern bondage,endures ina be Creditors of ihe Estate et 4h _
the audiV ,
I: hi for the triumphant establishment of this serf of within as many day,.whose,habijs before, the tert ., .
a. fact we appeal to the published statistics,and life time /" This is strong languageto cholera raged epidemic were. strictly tem Sale Beritdn County, Fla. Mitch I>.deaLtoprb<.lucetBeir'CTni''msaiidmak4"proof thereof/ before me at office., in the I .
j-. ten facts of this and other civilized editor who holds his S my r t
i every crme (roman' perate. : WILL sold before the. Court House door City ofit.togustin ion or''befowthe\4tar da/ ,:
2&'ttiOL seat in that hot-bed of Abolitionism, h'ton county, on the first; Mondayin of October next' and, tBat in thereof- ,
bfe.-1. ,
jJ he remains of one of the victims Default :
. J Icq then who would interfere with our rT between usual hours of .ile t.1':
next the
has been August s '
and whose d from the benefit
they will precluded oTtht
:1c mic institutions we would say-Apply Philadelphia, paper of cholcr.i, in Cincinnati,was pi iced in the vault the following .to'wit: One hundred -, -.- .
property; tfrei'ein! .
tot-e niude
the of Abolitionism. if 'ab ut Decree : .
p. ih the eleventh suspected favoring designs of a gMve"yjxrtl where remained ", 5" '4' :
1014= rule and remember and sixty acre of laud more/or less, being the -' .r .B.D1flt1' .
is this fotJ'' Jioar bren' 'Id" tHe nresTOceJ, of :. .,.
;!.: Snun1tDenLn ,. What commentary twenty- North.East quarter Section ,18.TuwDship'22Sout1r ; 2. :'. : '-.' S ., "
tt lkva1id: visiting us -we would say-"Busy upon the character .Abolition philanthropy i friend ftrt.t relatfiVs, it was features'of fatten'oiu.the fpr,burial, .Range'19'East';' also the East halt of 3r':{ i:84:?: .co. '. 'tJtT'J ": ;* It6Juuc .

ar'a lit)ip,elves with what in no way'concerns to ,the'' ,Northern and awful to Leholijthe corpse I North-West quaJ'teror Section 17 Township 2 : ,' 'Jul: _' 1..
bat rebuke
W a
;j pt !vkt is as necessary to your health as to, the book i was found be hideously distorted, his shroud South, Ititngti 19 .:Ka t.- Levied on as; the property -* I "';;ia Jufctl<ultl&a fmilfJoseph t..u;.
in. the restor- Abolition prints 1Keep torn and his fihgers-wl i h were between his 5 &: '
uptaceorDtind, labour rather for of Charles Russell, to satisfy atfExecu-' -. 5 e1f-Jabnit.a'w:: ::: :

r -; St7Onr. broken constitutions while you open, Mr. Lippard, and read'occasional teeth--bitten \II' gnawed'" to the .very bone lion issued from the'Circuit Court of Benton, in M. Hcrtande; e iitorofRobert1cltardyde5d'4 ':A ,,1 .

.: ? b &opportunity"else use the time granted chapter* to: your Northern. Abolition ',:. '. '. :' -' favor Bcnnet M.Dell, this 2dday: of July:, '.f'1' ,
'7'J !
;tJ& 7Prepringsoontumeety0UrG0d"r philanthropists' who are aitemp i ng jo T/te Independent; Treasury.-The New York 1848. N. M MOODY/ .f :vs. ::; .'* 'In'1.flauceq. ':

: Committee have dwelt at some length condition of.thejr,miserable :- Exprwssnys that "from October 16tb, .84Mfr S S Stieriffj Benton CO /5.' Wlrippt, AldrichAdinhiisiraiorr ', ;!i -.
a I hide the starring
r 'Peeedingtopic. There otherjevils this date,.one_hundred and 'forty-sir-iniHlAiisJ i ; J 21,1849. tds of 5 he ruian, et al r }J .
j* *magnitude which it is not deemed -. pauper 'race by preaching .up, six hundre.1 and sixty"seven'ttiousindf five hrfndred -" WHEREAS, by an Order,d u Centered! ::6it,\
be '
57 to enumerate or enlarge upon, but for philanthropy to the South !-Yeoman.Maj. and sixty-four .dollan*and seven; cents; ShetiB'a Sale, Benton County Ia dayofJune, lS.fY;'fheViSJta&[ >

r *the Committee thinks it necessarr to _u_ .__ _' ... have passEd throuch th :custo-Jr-of: the Sub-' : signed warappointed to take and stateamonf f jt

:; .J :itiome remedy. They,therefore,recoml.I. -'. General coT e New York' Tresiireriwithout; the''loss to'the government \T7TLL'be soU before the Court Hoiwe door other f Hlng!\atfnccounlir!" tftfe Resolutions: In **> T V Benton county the first Monday the Estate ofltobert '
& option of the following :and Euqulrer, .contradicts., of a single farthing.1 'l' f in Mc1lajdeiised'f. ffn FS
h.a. ore tm Imroiue.oClift wem-. Courier the rumor *.:.< '* -* r August next;between the usual hours of sale, Now.: therefor iri'pursuance b'& iq; : t. r;

'bo. Itr h4tued.wbose duty it halt be diligently the most nequiocal manner, .ill TAoww IfL.pOJ'ri;_A;; 'i-psolve to restore this the following property,-to,wit: ,The South-Bast Notice i>hereby given, to all persons claiming' to' ti

sa'IIttU! persons whether r*ulent or tboliUon from .broad..nli. that Gen.Scott was lying very at gentleman" tS Ws'civll: dnd'political! rights)passed : quarter of the S.outh- 'quarter?and:"SouthWest -- be Creditors the Estate of the 'saiuVBobfr'McHnrdy

infringe our Itwi. eiprea ofoor el.Tr..- West Point. It says that biihealthhainot the Rhode JaiandKodbexifRepfcitcntativeaon quarter of the South- 8Lquart ;Section' dil1 to": 'roduce' theif." Qafnis"'iD.,. t 1

tbj1III.rmidll.-"lUte nr in the hearing it their dutjr-to 5 for months a? .it is Wednesday, bygone .J1Uor y.,.'Tuesday 27;' North-West quarter .of the North-Easl! make proof thei'efif,.befdre.meat. rnTs 6fiictidtf 1'
1_ lllunher esteem been so good "
x bu tb'e Senate. quarter'and Noitb-East:quarter of Nprth-:Vest City of tbsetiAugUstift ; 6h"or Before thet&itf. '
&J'S: t ) every!infraction .ibe ltw by fire Pt". present. We are have ". v J'' :"-. i :5, .,.1! ; <* !. j f quarter Section 34,'Township SouthpRange day of Octobernext. and ItrlJefanlt'tSieriof '
e ,: "riM iiigWrHrt ill jf, he",e"t'I5.and in ease Notwithstanding t tn'iaeni we lrt'-11ertJIce.-The' New York 'Mirror (Whig) 17 East. Jereroiafc Mr Hayman ; they will be preclmleufrintrtue tfcatfk. : j, J
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t1ti' 'A*' Phi! |,.rttCJ lci bl' dutv.ui report Inan.lI private advices whiehrrepreieoi Gen.Scott's \ thus speaks'of ft"cbmpatrio v6 w4%fortunateenougbHrfreceiv Constable, to 5atjThdr7EXeCUti0flSjjS5UCJroin the Decrrt'ttf, 6b mae. thtfeik: '!!*,*. J y 'rO& !.4- ". '4 '2
i further prnsecutebj .: Benton;"inVfaror or 'H,, Ji \p':1 f". ; ,85
C' "flliu. .biill. 'cntical i andhis :.recovery tnnt' ( the.Justice Curt mt! 1 i
Il4atlJmoay situation e Ab pp : ?a; .11
; ; \1111..the la' nfthe 6tat.h as Neil Ferguson and others; tbit.2d'day of July,' 'J 'it' : .S.1 1.1 :; lTL
but lit-
bwbifuU tV Zili% f "Of theU ii.flay1idi! Peyton\we kiiow ... tl.F_'1i u. n-tH and write bj trsilflgOrr !* extremely J 49. ,. lN..M..MOODT.r '4 %,lSt : $ 1 '; '
while not I "His hnsx been Immortalized by a.race- > S 'i'4-
men. .
; IIIC.b sis r,. under w> er of tie Dame ,. L. 1 _' ..<
r. '* .,by U.iymg from ,Ian.&he".el f'ruir D ton ,4Ieycury.'I 4., hb cand he has'the reputation being i very S -:8MriifiBtntoA.urmtt._ tdll t ; ', S u. &AlE. ... ,;t: ;'.,,' t .
> I t"t' N1. t July 21 18 49
"% p'rohibiifd% b, law. Washington f.stman. ". .t 'r. _q. ,, ;.. .- ;IA !")N 'BUGGY'a: al' HABN &: f cs&* 5 '
od totbf towi: MABISON.-The r-7 n.A f t *i : rt'.t : 2-
JI Tlxat ibia mer ting,irci mn* DcATKorMiA. S. A ktMj1 11* ,. .1
s the l tawa itf Ue "Ie are si.pi.but that Mn.Mad- in St. Louts few.eingleand -d uble bane Jowi 'Arpr14ttJ. -
mleh. house
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states one "
13tb .TAeHouse'fdeM.1fl
$'" rt : CnrpnraLi1 Union of. Friday, _.... 1.' I GUNa.-A. I a. : orqualitti'fbrBalibyi. *
' have s'Hnl.he tl ; a6ove $ # thstreettherehave : : tripeii ;
1'i' < r a l'al tbnjty wl'..' an law neei..** ison, :(relict;;ole! ; i;Fr $ enlpledl'iacity ): .. I qn ClarkAflUe bleD tgestyone deaths of cboler! I I' DoG: .;; r t' ;j"'MRU> ; JackWBviiro' Junt23jli3.*. "', 2*> .,. :
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.4 .; PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.ifft JACKSONVILLE ACADEMF. "f LAST.NST1CE' it Ok j\ 1y nnabletotwalk, u II h lpI.aIhe !! \
b-.:{ \ ':,. 1-- OCCVPAT.9N'SETTLERi J J t commenced'uiing"your
h. ... '.' ..r ,<; ( : ri... 1- 'UNDER THE:'AKMEp"CCUPATIOlf .
,. .1' .' ,. : ,fhelmmedifttel/ began to rej IIt.
r't... A, ,.. ... ... .11 '. .ACT.-4.'be onderslgnedj' Agent of the Interior '' .her complaints left her, ;and ana-tjZ'Ws:
!.' .Jt. .JI" ., Ri' ; t will attend at thft following places..on the'daysspecified .ral i bottles she i, $. 1
,h t.. ,. r, 1 ; below,' to take, andfreceive -proofs by\ Iii
--ft. ..;. .. ; ; .. the set- caael th01lgh..might do good topj t
I Ii" ".. ... H t t despositions before him in relation .to, She used anumberof
! :" "':";oI.1, :.'., tt -- = -- tlem li and occupation'of all persons wliopb.tiiined ;I I remedies,&hat doDt,;.J
good previously
I ,-,-'A''! ', .' .. ... Tins INSTITUTION'WILL :BE OPENED ON permits under the act of Congress'enti- no JOHN ; i 9

I I 1'n.rjr" :.:4" ,.':. .1i." the first Monday in June.ne4; o'clock, A.S L tIed ,'An act J1'Ofde. for the armed ,bccupa-. I yUJN: 87 iolfll..:..t

I f"l: : y. Election or State Senators. in Jacksonville, East Florida, tion: and settlement:of the unsettled part,of the : .
If' J- dl VACANCY having occurred in the office Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation Peninsula of(Florida," Approved;4th}August, I J'OTHELAD1ESLfliE1T : -t\

I f': .f..r .y: !, .; .% A ofStete Senator in the eighth SenatorialDistrict of young Lads and Misses where 1242;arid Jwho '* re' occupants under that act : -f 1DaTowNsva .4- ;, D _
4J : '. '. ,', : by the death of Hon. James H. T. Lori- they will be instructed in the Elementary and and the act amendatory thereof approved June ; s B Ru AII lft ,

: ;!} : :' .t mer, and in the thirteenth Senatorial district by higher branches of .an English and classical. 15th,' 1844 and who settled or occupied undersaid and speedy cure for IncipIent .

;' .:: ... the resignation of Hon. J. P. Sanderson, also, in Education, and young men will be fitted for act' arfd..did'not voluntarily relinquish or _. -IAN for the generaFprostraUon of thi I smatter .'

?:'lJ:;, !'L 1 F.;: 'f the fifteenth Senatorial district by the resignstion'of College or for professional fe. in the Latin and abandon the sam".but continue4to resideon, *'VEGETABLE *COMPOUND' I : wh fl'iUa8"lrenl 'oi .\ ...

:\"t..i ,. ; :; Hon. LuisAlIIrich.Itit hereby Ordered, Greek classics, and ;in the Philosophical and said fr.tier's01 th ofthe; line .dividing Towri- ENTIRELY eausu.. produced. b1 irregularlt.s
1"'.t')" ;i, t.. ". That"an election! be held in said districts on Mathematical sciences.Arrmugrmtntm.. ship8'n1 D bers'nine'and :ten,'south'and east of .THIS MEDIClNE'was'prepared by a regular I a dtJ. .uen-e tl"' f u, .. -.- _.f".

rht tr ,k:: .' ..., r Monday, the first day of October next, to fill the base line epecifi in the act of 1843, thereby lan,and'is' the result.of an extensile -., A JC41hJe orsnp- 11 &JaaII1jL'ngorating j 1

I:: ::t)' e't: ,:':; said vacancies. THK YEAR will be divided into four quarters, aiding to effect the objects of said act viz: ., pr&ctice of 'seTf.ra1ears in a blnofJ.eU*'1 effects. the huD hut'. t

4.ifr ". ': .f. t :! a '' Given under my hand: nnd the seal of ofabout 12 weeks each", with intervening vaca At Newnansville,' ,Alachua'county, on 'Monday mat$ :, those>ho haTe used' it ,themselves, or awa w ll'weiJin** *anct:uMit" {irDB\tt,

!? fl /,.. .) 4 .!1 '. t. I' the State of Florldlnt the Capitol tions. The day will have two sessions: the first 7th May. ? .- seen'its salutary Affects, nppn others, need no I at.ouc .become robust and ftty fIts

;' ':I.' =,' .' in the City Tallahassee, this from 9 to 12 M., and the second, from 3 to 5 P. At St Ahgustine,'St. John county, on Tuesday father evidence of its great>alue tbebealth. influence.. It immediately eO2!
0,;.., ".I .. .. t. <:. *, [sAt.J: ] 26th day of June.: A. D. 1849and M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to ,:tJSth May thousands has been ,perfectly .tf8t.ored' by, nervelessness"" ofthe femaleJraae' ** I
: v 73d year of American Indepen At Pilatka -Putnam on Tuesday '22d this medicine'when' all other remedies hate '.t
t'tl'.Pt exercises in English composition and declama county, ,. great cause; of.barrenness : ,-
dence. May failed: Its Operation is nov simply to suspend It will not be expected of, m aiJ .t

;.; J k W. D. MOSELEY.t tion.After the first term, nc pupil will be received, At Mellonville.Orange county, on, ,Tuesday the disease:for a time,but 'to purify: the system delicate iiafure,to exhibit itlfie ej r L
: t'uvVv-v Attest : A. E. MAXWELL Sec. State. and'restore it to sound and perfect health:
r* except at or nenr the beginning of the session, 29th May. performed, but: ire can
toMytfa: ..'- : *'- July 749., tloct and no pupil for l less than one term. At Ocala., Marion county, on Monday, 18th :.small: .Treatise the "causes, t atl1ent'8IJd hundreds of cases hAn. n :J4alict4u.rt -q'

f C-v: ,riti... June. .-' cure offerer andagneandotberdiseases of JhToiv8tfCn': My Yit bt
V-T;r. .f... : Executive Department, \ T At Lake Lindsay,'Benton county, Monday, bilious,climates," may be had gratis of the un trewedby weakness cud i
TALL.\HASSEF.June26tb 1849. and $6,00
5 Beading Writing -
fv-P/O : -
J.v" 25th June. dersigned.Also 1
?.,:"#.,#'tI#. *.'-* :- qitOurtie.jj'1c,4t. Higher English and studies Classical, -studies- 10,00 8,00 At Fort Fanning, Levy county, on Monday, numerous certificates from men of thehiglAL suffering difficulties continually.8n'd'having. by kiiown'pain t anti rJten"t ijt.

,' .! > election is hereby ordered to be held in Philosophical 9th July. 'respectability, testifying ,to the great medicine has effected.great,,
tuition to
of cures
the according the
AN half
l'Yl."i1; ::: .' iSi the first Division of the Florida Militia, studies One pursued price will be expected, in advance, At Tampa, Hillsborough county,,on Monday efficacy- of.'this ni .drc ne. can be seen on}'ppicatlOD -' hearing it recommended for.sueb easesu j _. t : the first in October next. at the 30th to :
*,; :: on Monday places and the balance at the end of each term. July. described, 'obtained a' bottle of yo&E
.. !?:P4& : i appointed by law for the election of County I Board will be provided in Town at reasonable At Key West, Monroe Bounty, on Monday, T. O. HOLMES & CO., of Sarsaparilla and followed thejdirtetk .
: .49-? : > 53.M Officers for a Major General to command said 13th Au UBt. .
rates month for Pupils from the country Agents for Jacksonville and r iity.Jackonille gave me. In a short period it removed ber
per "
'?.J..1 K-I-. :';I'i: ;/t Division to fill the vacancy occasioned by therealisation ; and Parents and Guardians, who may desire At Miami,. Dade county, on Monday 20th Feb.24, 1849. 6m, plaints and< restored her to health. 1irateNI
; :*;: fcj 0 fG11'11' Bailey. to avail themselves of the facilities of this August. fe ; 1'.. V" ;;. And an election is hereby ordered to be held Institution for the education of their children At Fort Pierce, St. Lucie county, on Monday DR.TOWNSEND COMPOUND EXTRACT pleasure In thus acknowledging it %dj l1
: in the.second Division of the Florida Militia on 3d September.All 7
t-\ .'I and others be assured that no exertion SABSAPARILLA. mending it rthe public. ,
; 4:; *. .:" .L;: t.krs. Monday of October next at the places will be spared, may to ensure the health,'comfort and persons interested, and who.have h'Extract is put upa1l': quart bottles-itis. M. D. MOORE, cor. of Grand & L1diuaiftp"
; law the election Officer
: : : ; : ; :t appointed by for County ready made their proof tare requested to have, '
in knowledge of all who be and warranted Albany 1844.
six times
1J/::1f.f'r; ; S : : *, for a Major General to Command said Division. progress may their witnesses ready and come preparedpron to cheaper, pleasanter, superior g. < . j. to fill the occasioned the entrusted to the care of the Principal.11UFUS to any sold. It.cures diseases without TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED lADlil'
:t.. :. ; / p. l. vacancy by resignation their cases fully.. Settlers on lands heretofore
...., -&I.I.-! : .: 0 fO en. James G. Cooper. K.6EWALL, Principal unsnrveyed will now have an opportunity vowiting,purging,sickening or debilitating the patient Th5s4Extract of Sarsaparilla has bewi eiwS?
td. ).i$#s 4s.S.c! i. J t,.}! Officers commanding Brigades, Regiments N. B. Pupils in Town, will be expected to. to identify their lands. ,and is particularly adapted for a ly prepared .in reference to female'mpfafIIiJ

.';,:;f. :t h. t.*,.; BaUallions and Companies within the State, provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommen- HUGH ARCHER, FALL" AND WINTER MEDICINE. No ft"IDBle'who has reason to suppose sheit iy

:!''..' .t'.ii' .:', :!.. .- ore Hereby required to carry into effect this order ded. [Republican copy.] Agent of the Interior. The great beauty and superiority'of this Sarsaparilla preaching that critical period, torn of flf t

ttt; ;: .r'. .' :: .ttl.7 within the limits of their respective com-, May 19, IS49. if April28 ISM. 'tloet 'over all other remedies is, it eradicates should neglect to take, it, as it is a certaiifventive ;!

tel": .. .. ;' mands.. and make returns according to law. STATE OF FI.OBIUA. __ disease, it invigorates the for any of the_ nunwoos'tad. n1 !
t't.: if.4.;; :1..": \v. D. MOSELEY. A dministorator's RtJee.-1 body, consumption cured, diseases to, which females are subject aiWt
t':;(1 ir .. :'; .* July, Ie'-l9. tloct To All to whom these Presents shall come, _t1. Six MOUTHS after date, .1 shall.applyto .cleanse and strengthen, time of life. This!period may be d 1a1ea'fei1
; .., t. Greeting: the Hon. Probate Judge. of Columbia county consumption can be cured several years by using this medicine.. 1i'1iIt
t. ; ,: l } I. "CROTON BUILDINGS." Lawrence Ryan has applied to bronochitis liver
'l Jf.I WHEREAS for Letters of Dismissi as Administrator on consumption, complaint less valuable for those ihb'are'tJ'p
;" : !; I : f ,.: UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS Church Letters deceased dismissoiy Therefore from the Estate all the Estate of Henry Clefton,'late of said county, colds, coughs catarrh, .asthma, spit- womanhood, as it'is calculated to sseui ia titr
:"t. .)'! .'.I ,. George deceased. JOHN CLEFTON Adm'r. tingofblood,soreness in the chest, by quickening the blood and :
..' :. .p. ;. ,, BY' MACHINERY.Vl' interested are hereby notified to file invigorating
.',::11 '..'.. '.. # '. p.:. persons Jan.: 27,1849. 6m hectic,flush, night sweatsdiffl.. system. Indeed,this medicine invshuMe
o.. I. their objections, if any they have, to the issuing _. :
: cult
:. or profuse expectoration all the diseases to which
.. ".t.. II.. ; :. / aI. lJ"r'tl women are subject ,
; )". WcorjJt of said Letters six months after date, otherwise
"....-. .#, f B. R. REID & CO. and pain It braces the whole system rccemapenaat I
:' :... ''j i'J': ITln..fnellircr. said Lawrence Ryan will be dischargedby la the side,&e. ently the natural _
',; ;.',. : : : .!tb virtue of thess presents. R K REID & CO. having leas have and energies by remotiag tit
1'1. MESSRS.
> impurities of the
:. .. .:.:.1, ; f kU:; G. J. B. vroulilinrite particular attention Witness my name and seal of office, Wharf and the buildings attached, can becured. the as to body-not so farztuma1stJ

.. ,.. I. t::i of his friends, nntl merchants visiting N. York. [L. s.] this 25th June, A. D. 1849. are now prepared in connection with their tion system which U the produce of a snheeqtteBtrete'
case most medicines
:. : :. to him call at his and Manufactory '
; give A new
I .' : ... Probate Duval MISCELLANEOUS Probably there never was a remedy that,has for female_weakness and diseases ..., .
; ... and Warehouse, been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OF THE HEART BliP"4
Jun 30 40.'GnlILliES do GENERAL *
: : "r. N.. 142 and 144 Brondwnr.CROTOX a as this; it cleanses and strengthens the TURE AND DROPSY. -
) '.': : 't
;' ,:';L'.r.I"r : .. M BUILDIGS system, and to heal the ulcers,on the NEW TOM
; : to :_ ( ) & CO. Their charges are established by the Savan appears ,July.2 lSt!
I and ,the
e lungs, patients, gradually'regainthefr Da. T0WEND'-Dear Sir ) i
: ly.iifeia
: I between Cedar and Liberty streets,wherethere J Bah rates. ,
'*.p .,.."" .. < &: will.always be found the most extensive assortment MESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have removed They'nre the Agents of the U.S. Mail usual,health nnd strength. been afflicted with a disease of the.tS;4.

,, ,;"4'.:. a ., ofUMBRELLAS of Merchandize to the large Steamers at this and CURIOUS CASE OF QZS UMPTION. with, _terrible rupture for over fifleen.i
.. Ji; ;'f4. *'. \: Building formerly occupied by the United States, place, are now enabledto There is scarcely a day'passes but' there Area the greater part of the time. Shetroublcd l u1
offer to the Merchant Planter
.*.4' i. '::- : .* N PARASOLLS, known as the Government Building. They and the every Public facility number of cases of Consumption reported as with shortnesscf- breath azd gruit U f.

'>; <;: .lI. M-\ PARASOLETTS AND SUNSHADES have added to their stock, by the late arrivals Goods consigned their'care:will be received cured by the use of Dr.Towrisend's Sars pnrll1, tering of'the: heart, which hasx been' jnir'uV

.. .. .'f.fof'; ,. ,#,. from New York. a full assortment of Dry Goods, and forwarded with'd pat h; The following was,recently received:' tressin'g,. and" has frequently bcen apilil lf
,1.( .' If'.. Groceries Hardware Provisions. &c. &c. her be t Jhe
!" $ ; De. TowarsEHDDear Sir : For the last leaye, : rupture wajlyerjrf'fiji,
Their Store Office
';.'i % \:. : ::'.' tfh15 own celebrated manufacture, for sale in which they are prepared to sell'at reduced ,Wharf.Warehouse' are situated three years'I]' hate 'been afflicted with general and seyerje. 'fcbe tried.almost every Ttinffit'lffc.
convenient the
: t. :( :. p E : any quantity and at greatly reduced prices. prices. to and such cascs-Twith but btUe bC efi&. LtD
debility consumption of the last >
# nervous jit
Pat tka St.John's 4
BiTer E..
:, '/ :. : : { .!L.J. B. pledges liimself that Umbrellas and to Cottons F.; January 13, had taken:but
: They re now prepared purchase 1849. .' stage,anddid'n4t.expec to ever,gnin my health. three bottles of jour f ic lol
; : & ;: ,' t ,:I Pftrasols, from the "Croton Manufactory" shall Hide, and other produce of the country] at the ly at all. After going through: a course of,mediciae m?iidneahcwaa enurey} relined oltl liieua k,

'1_:1(: ': i ;?:.t: be A No. 1 in every respect highest Market rates and make cash advances Parker's Patents' fr Improver '. 'tinder' ,sbme.of. the most_distinguished : of the:heart,.and the .rupture, has akaoir .!

.",. ...Iol"...); ; .". "t': f '.I.' .July, '49. on CQZ.i ignmenb to their friends m Savannah meats IB Hydraulic P."er. regular physicians,and members_of the tfrely disapp ar_d. J "L"- );

.t : ; ; .: ': -- ---- and Charlcstoa, or New York. PERSONS Inrri.nglng.or the' Board f1f Uh'ui New York, and elsewhere, She haa also I bad the dropsy, and waiinj.
: ; ; .J A CO A 1 ill 0 T4ey have a new article of Wrought Iron ALL ,e Patents'nre cautioned violating not .to and spending the ,most of,my earnings, attempting much swollen. We had to idea that jie'ecaa.

,...:,f..:''::" '.. 1 :f4:. A LADY, who has liad several years experience Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call for said infringements, or violations to Lyman'pay to regain my health, and after reading be so benefited. as she had such a conlticn.

!.r:, t \ :. .. "1 ; in a finishing school for Young Ladies the attention of Planters. Merchant, ;Daniel Humphrey sad Thomas J. in.some paper of your nnp riJ1a'J resolved diseases., But,it'has,as strange as!it wjiy-1?

..:t.t\' ',' % ,Is desirous to reside in Florida ; and, there- Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf Barney, or either of them acting as agents to try it. After using six bottles:I found at( pear relieve,d her of the drop I SB snw,

":;, ; "'\" : ',. ; (Qre. wishes to take charge of an Academy for under a power t4. Attorney, dated. on my the 18th, done me great good, and'called .to see you at that this stattmect is .eo .strange AS'toaf ir.c
4 ." ?; Young Ladies, or to hear of nail Arrangement. office with advice and'domost almost Jike fiction but if is ne'verthelci sote
: : some healthy pleasant day January, 184S, cs said power of Attorney your ; your kept on, .,
:;. :1.. .: .:i : ,r'II town, in which sufficient encouragement The:Northern' Mail arrives every Sunday and was revoked' byrne on the 23d day of April heartily thank you for 1.our advice. I persevere reality. Your'Sarsaparilla is certaiplj a'nl-.

'-;' \'.u .4 .. .7. will be giTen her to establish a school for Young Wednesday by three o'clock P. M.. aoi ckzses 1849. ZEBULON PARKER, Patentee. intAkingthe Sarsaparilla,and have. been uable medicine, and should be Bfcd.lyeTWJone'that -

\4 \. '.J:.:..1. (..7 Ladies, in which will be taught nil the Branches on Tuesday and Friday mornings at 7 o'clock. Newark, Ohio May 19, 1849. ,3mos able to'attend to my usual labors for the last is'suff ri .g as we have been_* If>.>|]
;Itr;- ; ." ..p. 1 .; of a complete Education, together with I The Southern .Mail arrives on :Monday and four months, and I hope by the blessings of God disbelieve:this account, ttty are *t !libtttj "

"r.: :, : d':: Music French,Paint ing,Embroidery., &. IweCercseec -I Tuesday nights,and closes on Sunday and Wednesday To Farmers and Dairymen. and your'Sarsaparilla tocontinueiny health.It .- call At my house and have ocular deiiicMiratkaYours ,

iJ. ,."1 '1 i" '' '. 1 ae regards her success ant capability mornings at 11 o'clock. & EMERS N'S' PATENT DOU. helped me"beyond expe.ctationsofilU'thnt : ., respcctiully : ., __.\ .:;1
;k :..t ., .: :- :: ft*.1 teacher, will begiven. Any one wishing to The Western Mail i is due on Tuesday and ANTHONY. ROTARY, CHUKN.; knew my case.. CHARLES'" QUIMBY .\Y1LL.tAr1Towsn. :1 J4 ..3

1(: '. : :: t F"4 engage her services or who can give the abo.-e Friday mornings, by 7 o'clock and closes on liarly adapted to Warm Climates,as it produce.butt Orangey'Essex (..N:J., Aug;.2, t847. i .- 1'; :.)

",;.'" ;".. :. .' ,;,. information can get her address by apply ing t Sunday and Wednesday mornings at 11 o'clock. t as easily from sweet milk as from cream In State of New Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY.: 4 ." ; s

r .t.t..t.I'L; : ".. ," the Editor of the "Jacksonville X "." I The Mail from Nassau Court House arrives bringing this effectual and simple Chum into use,the Quimby being duly sworn according! to law, on No fluid or DI idih"B_ ever b eeaf lw diswreed i .

';'..'it' ,.; : .L'It f. -i'.. June 2d, 1SJS. 3niSheriff's on every Tuesday afternoon, and closes en Sunday proprietors, feeling confidence in its capabilities, do hIS oath saith. that.the foregoing statement is .which so nearly, 'resemtles the gastpojwrt
.f' ,..' tint hesitate to it the best churn ,.
f I pronounce ever ore
best .
""'WI. ", 'I o' morning at 11 o'clock. eli to the public. The ChorD is on exhibition theAgeney true, accbrdingtb'tne of hlsknowledgVandbelief. or..salivaindecomposhigfood[and stnagtlaw I,
1..1". '4"r: ",. Sale. MAR BUTTS, Postmaster. at : CHAB., QULMBY. the organs digestion as .thispreptratioif cSafgaparilln I- I
t .. ..toil. .,ti .f L ,: WILL be sold before the Court House, In Jacksonville, July 7, '49Adsuinistrntrix' NO. 2. JOHN STREET.- .Sworn and subscribed to.before meat Orange, It positively cures eTei'. 2L
\ i" : '. t. ;
e4' : : I
.,,..\ '0 ., ... ., Towu of Jacksonville, on the first second story corner of Broadway, New York city. the 2d.August, 1847. C tU. .BALDWIN, dyspepsia, however severe or,chronic., ... 1 !
.t f \ ,.. r. Monday in August next, between the usual Notice And in order to convince the incredulous and sat'' Justice of the Peace BANK DEPARTMENT, AuArv,;May i0pB "!
.:,: ...,1'. .,"r : :.: hours of sale. the following property to wit :- MONTHS after date 1 shall present my isfyil* curious at TWELVEO'CLOCK DAILY TOW sE p-Sir: 'l have been .A t"N)1:
::. : ; t.s ; one certain lot of land, with tIn appurtenances SIX and vouchers to the lion. the A CHURNING WILL BE MADE. TWO 'CHILDREN'24 VED. for several'years' with dispepsia &.it 7

J(4.. ; thereto belonging,situated. in said Townof Jacksonville Judge of Probate of Columbia county for a'final The public are invited to call and examine the ma- Very few families indeed--in: fact we hate form,attended with [Sourness of etoniat 1iJ.
rhinr and .ita
of.'l :: see utility combines the following -
,];( ; and known on the plat of said TownasLotXo. settlement and discharge from the administration .- that
.. :: I. valuable qualities : not heard .of ,one- used Townsend/4 ofappetite, .extrfme heartburn, and- !
Io-f .tt.' ', squareNo.; 10. The Western, oft e Estate of John C. mith, late of 1st. It produces butter in less time than any other Sarsaparilla time lost any children. the past aversion to/kmds'ofrXood, and".for: ifttiir
;;' .:l.: '; s '' boundary line of s.-iid lot commences on'Bay st. said county, deceased. Churn, making it and gathering it from sweet milk in summer, while those that dId'not sickened and I (what, could t.l.Jia) been unabletOrtWbuta ;

..: ,t. r.., ';: :! ,. and: runs thence Northerly 105 feet, to the 'ELIZADETII'S\1ITIJ.: : from three to eight minute, and from- cream in much died; 'Th certificate t 'we' publish below is'con-' i smsllportiun on my itomich',Llfriflt[! ,

;4' ; l "' t.;; Southernmost line of Lot .o. 6, in said square By A. Y. ALLEN, Ag't. lees time. elusive evidence of its"value, nnd*i*only anoth usual remedies,, but/th'ey.hVdr&butliftleblM.
::2a.; ,10 r 4 No. 10; thence Southerly 78 feet. thence .Eastwardly June 16,1849. Cm 2<1. It produces more butter Groin the same amount instance of Us effect in ruf&1c
i saving.theUvcs-of children ;enovingihe complaint/
.r& "r .: 4. ,: 7 feet thence of milk or reamt than the ordinary method u Udoes :; :
'\1 a .. ', f: thence Southwardly 27 feet, its work in a more thorough and scientific ma Rer. : p z. TowNzNi-.Deai (Sir.,.l bad. :twa-chil; ed, about.two imonths since, to'try your,J .
Westwardly said Land for SuM ] "
along street
: : -:i i'' :. ? '. feet to the place of Bay bounded 24X 3d. It is the cheapest and most convenient Churn : dren,cured by your Sarsaparilla.of the'sammercomplaint of SarsaparHhi;|bd 1 must say"'with'! b! c
r beginning. Being do FOR SALE,between nine and ten thouJjjfeisaml !w invented the : 'and 'aysenteryt bjie 'was' fidence but bt1csL
,;.:\:W. .a ; r :. on the North lot involving true philosophical principles ;pnlyr 15 ; after using nearly.two !
Xo. '
by 6
aforesaid, and bv a of Land situated in ,Nawsau butter months old and :
'' j acre* making.4th. the other 3 ye r They-were*'.appetite restored and ,ftbe .
:. t'fl:, : .:: jj, i- tipn portion of said of said lot No. 3.' on the East by a p r. County, partly ncnr Nassau and partly near St. New milk after being churned, is''sweet, aid I very mncH reduced,and.we expected they would entirely i removed_ ,. and I'would! pI l _t
t : ; lot No..JJ the suitable ;
on South by Bay st, Mary's Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman family use. die they were given two commend, the it'
s.:.:I:' .1 I: and on the West 5ili. Instead of feeding the calf with ; up by \ respectable use_ of to thosewbo, Ja y! .j
J .' by a portion of said lot No. 3. is milk direct
Grant. The above heavily timbered pine the
physicians. When
( : doctor. us that have been. Yaurs&c., 1
;t Said from the cow-churned sweet milk will '.
levied to anlWe'rey -
: property on satisfy two fi. fa. issued iy -
,);c. !/,(:. :;' from the Circuit Court for Duval land, conveniently situated upon water courses, purpose. By this means the butter ja all profit.. we'us "titheii-) iresoUed 'to"'try'Vour ..: W.,W. vAwjTN. .. .0
': 't .t. Judgements foreclosure county ; with exception of about five hundred acres We offer it upon tho following terms t If the Churn I Sarsaparilla r.veha'd heard go'much of/but Had .,p., Purchase none but ucb,4s.Bate.nper

::" .4.'a ; ., .. N'" Term thereof in obtained at the May of heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary's does not prove"al.recommended it may be returned. little(confidence,,there'being fso much stuff ad $that hide..the bottle eooapld1 .,Iij\:
; one favor of John
; 't I. S. Sammis River. The whole or portion will .be sold anti the will be refunded.We '. Tertised .that. is- written
r' ,;. .": and the other in any money worthless:; but 've are very the, signature of e.p;1'Q' t-J
C t of '
Sidney Wintrtngham., for cash. to have constantly on band and for tale,six different : I '
..4 ''. cheap Apply thankful that we did, tQr tt undoubtedly sated Principal cs; 126 F 1ton- .SUAIj'
,1'i.'J r..'. against. George D. Miller. WILLIAM HICKMAN. size, 63 $4, 85. $3 $9, and $12, capable of "
\ thejives of bo\h; I,write this' that oihera'may N. Y. Redding &'co. 8 State-t. Boston ; 1I1
( tl ; :: time 1 ;
f.'r. : THOMAS LEDWITIF churning at one {, 3) 5j, 10, 15,and 20 gallonsof S-
Jacksonville, March 17 1849. tf be'induced to '
lt \I
; ; I use Yours rwpectfally & North Beeond-st.- Phi1ade11k t
sons ,132
'' 0 f.t milk Aluo churns of ; _
."., ,:. .... ... Sheriff of Duval county cream. any size made to l .
JOHN'WlLSON."jl'. S..Haiice d ia.Btlthiiore. 1;
:, ir Zacksoaille June 30 \849. order. v .1 t
it- tds Notice. ;
.o. .\ :. -_-_ _- -- Exclusive country right ta inanuaetur.and sell .Myrtle-afenue: BrooklynSeptf 15, i'847. Richmond- M. Cohen, C rt n. t;
: :' I_ a-;; Slieria's Sale. 4&1 TilE SUBSCRIBER has leased the.Ji.lI.lIouse in the States of North and South Carolina, Georgia.nnd LUNATIC'ASYLUM. & co. 151 fhartrewtKeirMarket 0i1 D.1
\f" a ; ;
., ,\ formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on Florida, for sale at:about the rate of hundred
.,.'4: r ;, be sold before the Court House door one' Jaua C i Ppt1 st.AIbany..IL\an Buck_ :.
: WILL Bay street, (known as Hart's old Boarding dollars for eacff 10,006 inhabitants. "r 'b1.f.
i' in eLunaiic'AyslumfBiackwfiirsIslandasthfgentleman
and.'Broad. i'J .
\ t : in the Town of Jacksonville on the House.) and is now prepared to accommodate Terms Cash: A discount of 93 per cent allowed ; .a .
:; \: t first.J9ndl.Y of August next, between the .usual any who may see fit to patronize,him, and assures tntheuade. spoken ofin'1h*- following le tr' v principal.Dr'nggiitsan r 'd tA:1tbpighiout
.: : ,.0 hours of sale, the following property, to wit :- them that no pains will be spared to en. All orders postage paid,addressed to the aabscri "/JM(
IL ,. ':,.. ,. : r : 3 Slave Tena, aged about 23 years Amy, a- sure their comfort. A commodious stable is attached be,. will be promptly. attended to This ia only one of more than:four thousandsaparilla. ( thCanaFebr.r.y26lS cija. 'f. I; .1 Jt :

'.si", ; .a ,.'.. ;': 1'b bout 12, John, 7, Louisa, 5, and Thomas, 3.- i to the establishment, and every attention No.3 John street,corner T. DOUGLASS.of Broadway Ag, N.'nf.Y. ca, lOt rheumatism,> ., that. Dr." T.-nuond'. ar .',
i : .. ;. j' .to Levied upon as the property of Joshua Hick- will be paid to the horses of those travel July 21-2m.' h' .t ; -Th e "ere iWd ..: _. It. J''Y-,
.:. .: aan, deceased; and pointed out by William lers who may think proper to stop with him. chronle'cases:are weekly, eradlcated-by Itae'x11traordinary hj }m- '.; .tj'i't.r.c1to"__: ....

1. a.:.r' ;; Hickmnn,one of the Executors said deceased.: i A. W. VRICHTONacksonville CORDIALS,. &c.-Maraschino, Curacao,' 'virtues !>* '*' L'ts :" '${< ',iH\ fi; ".T' :. &:.P .pj.oliIDA". J :- i

t,{: ;-: f to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from the Circuit Court E. F. Dec.2, 184.8. tf' \Lemon ,Syrup; ,Raisins, Citron 'BLAC&WEL'dISL12nJ, SeP.t.l4j 184'lt < laVtli uil'l n .-C'-.j' f.i ?
h, of Duval county, wherein Wm. Bailey, admiriisi i Currants ;;Presented Ginger; Fresh Salmon feW? J J !; wIftffiifera4 SJj!r n. .

trawdebonis Plaintiff non of John Ballance, deo, is the N otice.-Si* MONTHS after date, shall andXotttter in eases Sardines; Olives. Capers terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; 'Coon1! LLM f T l849f.t4 .t*&*

________________ and Benjamin A. Putnam, William present my accounts and.vouchers as Ad? I ,.Currant Jelly, -Blackberry .Jam; Jujube. conaidtmlle'of1the' tImL.indnot. .cat.,.'_p 't ; ssjoWftfOWiais
Jllckmau Il4 D. Hart, Executors of Joshua m inistrator of the Estate of Francis Richard"late Paste Refined Liquorice &c. by, !worI.ha. 'the tao'stilimy IQi ., :1 ,
WCKman, deceased, are Defendants.TUOA1AS Duval deceased limbs>irere1 terribly'i! i\iTj \
County, to the Honorable Pec. 9 tt A. M.'REED. ;" : '"iiium'r'--'ijL
LEDWITII, Judge of Probate of said county, for a final _. four'bottIdone brio'Sinaparilla:and'they' ti'l'lf'Si'l' 'U.lJoj JMWHWlBf.1 ***;

) Sheriff of Duval county. settlement of jeaid'Estate, and shall, at thq same A P It C E BB.AEE B,' -1 me more than one thousand-dollar*;*orth ;James' 1:1 Mcaro.,4., .. "'", ."*
'JabonYil1e June .30, 18-19. tdsAdnalnlstrator's time, apply for Letters of .Dwniiesion as such tto11t .at:Sate ;* of,
p Administrator of which all persons interestedin ,. entirely "heJed,,rtXOH :Are 'at JibertVto" use -.1. till the next Term oilhft Court. .O.IDO'
''<: : :
Notice. said Estate, are desired to take notice., J_. ,-ItNlltj' ."'iri- .*... A J.,. this, for the t tf t1i 'afftt t tI th J .1. :ton otC. AMibellAttornyforPetitiO1
-i- S :.MONrDS after dttlc i shall present 'IDy, STEPHEN, D. -FE1t ANlJEZ, Adm'r. Mc'RoaEaT'BunL'- tJos. Y o rirmpe ,' 'J1\lUES'-lIcf Jl\nNGS.. and it appcaringto the&'ott 1hiLt.thei.i.I

... Accounts Rnd.ou.cb.cri U) the Hon. the January 20, 1849 GuiEgAOIJE's 8.. SPENCBH.., '-J n'r! w CO Ul1D NOr 'W..4lJhii lli V 'pendent resides fevlUsprdsre nd tbfi1iJUlts"or1l eS'' !!1.
Jan j1 ,
U : Jadp Probate, for the County Alachuannd 6, 49J' 1. "ff" 1OJ :- :T nt 'Vif-T9 rinn4ft ."
isaperilJa J Act ._tJiita.h. 'uoji ''t.-.ntiuo'l.. .
then niil ...
: apply-for a final HISTORY FLORIDA "
and 'di. S OF THE HJ At 1} : : P ; ,'beat C"f. .I"t :"' .tsP be d.pn4he 'T TmQt1'
mission, U' 4\dmiDist-mtor, from h Estate of >UR-FoTMleby A.. M. REED.DI:4 f ; Wt. : f"I P'iUz' rrmJ.; r.t't.'i.M..H aua'Pt thuand''Ct U-I -11 it rzdaI.Ptthq ifurther.orderedr.nexjl ., .ft\
jGbattL-jAiid, ;that
Willtam 0. Thomas, decea yi; and notice isthat j, T t' tf dt1. 'AI1C'IONEER. if 1'H y kate4 i 'iI imm' i 1ew '''J' rij T6s: jtified copy'of tbi l b5G'# .
hereb '
eire to A111t'k : r"'SI4.C1(8NY.ILLEjrEj '
n 'f
t J shall then pray tW hstrlbuh itD81.ClJooerp, GUN8'- .A few',single and double barre '' l 1 olth".Coutl aUe bythflsje! : diseases to which,females,ate 'peeriu'tbJzcircnit for ttbcupace: .!
n ofanid Es- subject oonintheenjoyojeoi of robust month8. .w.* t ij w : -v v;. <,. *" *V9
and '
of :
utc..bQ made.mongst the Heirs superior quality, for saU by ": respectully 8Olieifed. ,,. : :
of William tu 1 bealJzutflt !
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Tboaiiii deceased,entitled tLe sAtne*. .O if -IJt..9. 8.--. -tC-A.-A-l.REED, lCuonaUe-1Ia1-6JB48.- _. j5Newyogept drc4. .dl TO T.Uu t 11J .. J U.1.'.J' a.;ooi.. .. tD'b io .'tf" 44;.r j.necosoi .:ti" r'I ,
; 'iL4.: 21847 .
t satu .uurt.
"r ; .rD1d .
.ri ?%>K -v ALLEN TliOja : H i.t : :};
;' h,' Adminfelrfttorof T L'QNOON.lQRrEIi .MD VQTCUL. dJJ JW d1 m1'N HDG 1't 1J I. '.To Yp"-Dea 8..,: Jfj wif.hns for I i dW1flCS ; mybaud ui lescalptaai4itbiad. =
Win. I
c"DanSTilt O.Thomas. : A. M. REED: .11.: &Ylar. & 1 'lft8f7 4i'1)&a .( 'ii' k d d1rnof4iA.11: J, .tie; of June-I g.< ...:.,.". ._ !.
April 184?. 'CR'cnrJ\'c 'Y1 1life.
: j4 6m. I D--, 9 1f aiJjxrciitrd at .... .... J! eIiced'vtti1tvarzety.ofoompjalnts- bral e: w-w ( vw Q':VB *V f KFJ.J. 'it; if"'H dt: oj,.: &SCAU OBOUGJJ,,CkrL.'.

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