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The Cotton states
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00023943/00005
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Title: The Cotton states
Physical Description: v. : ; 63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George J. Arnow
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1864
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Micanopy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Micanopy
Coordinates: 29.506389 x -82.281944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Dec. 1860; ceased in 1865.
General Note: Published at Micanopy, Fla., 1860-<Sept. 1861>; at Gainesville, Fla., <Jun. 1862>-1865.
General Note: Publishers: George J. Arnow, <1861>-1864; J.M. Arnow, 1864-1865.
General Note: "In God is our trust."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 41 (Sept. 28, 1861).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Micanopy gazette (Micanopy, Fla.)
Succeeded by: New era (Gainesville, Fla.)

Full Text

Y() F- F I f-AIAE. of, which must be~submit ted to the enroll -
1-_TREAU _0F COPrNS PTION- ing officer of the Congressionall district
--UREAU OF CONSCRIPTIOlN, "! for his approval.
KieiiMoND. "-i.,,t'U;?. 184. f 2. Applications elo exemptions under
C I R C U L A R, l the 5th article of the 10th section of the
No 8. 8 act aforesaid, shall be made to the epm-
-- ... ,,m.a- ---,^r ri,,ii[ mandant of conscripts for the State, who
l 8:>", is hi-rewitll m-de a part .of this cir.. t.horiz-,,d by !aw, to pountilue during com-
4,ular, and comtaan.'ants , enjoind- to proceed to thle- rapid and vig- saidact. Exemption, except for the Pres-
: orous executio, of its provision under the ident, Treasrer, Auditor and Superinten-
instructions and interpretaion herei pre- dent, shall'not be allowed to any. offiQers
scribed. and employees of a railroad company, un-
II. Under the terms :,fl lt? 8th section less the-President or. Superintendent shaI.l
of the act of Congress punished in Gener- certify, on octh, that the parties applied
al Orders 1o. 2:, Adjutgnt & Inapector for are indispensable t.o the efficient opc-
General's Onlic., and thoeterms of Circu- ration of -such railroad ; that the number
lar No. 54", of the Bureau,jast series,'com- of persons exempted on said railroad shall
ml,0.lantm will proceed to organize the ser- not exceed one for each mile thereof in ac-
vice in tlielr respective States. In addi- "tual use for. military trans.oralion ;
tion to the organization therein provided that the exempts for such road sh:dal
for, and in further pursuance of para- be reported by name and description,
graph II, of the-said G>,etr'-l Order No. once'a month to the co,,mn:uidahu, of con-
26, commandants will forthwith rg.,t~z.- scripts for the State through which such
in each county a.Board, to consist of not. road passes, or to the Bureau of 0onscrip-
more than three of the most'reliat'le aud tion, together with the.names'and descrip-
intel'ligelnt citizens, betywen the age, of tive list of any one who may leave the em-
45 and 50 years, and who have been en-" ployment of the railroad company, or who
rolled and detailed for the service, .".:.- 7may cease to be indispensable to the .effi-
Boards will be, charged with aiding the c ent operationwof the said road.,
local enrolling officer in obtaining infor- 3.' The exemption cf overseer or agri-
mation concerning all applirations for cx- culturists-on each farm or pIII ,Ilation upon
emotion and detaili for agricultural' qr which there are njow, and were on.1 lie fi r[
other industrial pursuits, and also in fur- dAny of January last, fifteen able-l.,..i..,l
nishing all other-information which may hands between the ages of sixteen and rit-
be heeded in the-da-tis imsposed'upon the, ty, will be allowed for the spaatooftwelve
enrollingofficers. months, and the certificate of ,%-x;.ni,!,ii:.n
The local and Congressional enrolling shall 1e granted by the officer Inkiin t the
officer will be reqn:red to isupervisa the bond require.d- by law, upon t-"i! ;nform-
action of these Boards, and promptly rea- ed by the co mmandant for tli"t :s .uare that
port to tho comnmianO'ant unfitriess or de.- the boud-.fs approved.' > <" ".
linquencies on the part, of the persons de- '4- Tile bond require4lto-be given-upon
tailed for them. So'Ilong as the*dnties tha exemption of an overseer or agricul-
"" o tuit, udrh hi- i 1,%-.4,, section 10th
are properly performed, 1th,. personss so turist under th: 4 1 a
e pl;oyed will be ;. I ,'-.] from other see of the said a.ct, .b ,.11 -h? t ':e bytl.ha n-
vice. Care will bke used iP th6 begon:ling rolling officer of the county or/ disfrLcctin
to select'proFer mnn ; ari(-in view of the ,which such party residcs, with the advicee-
grave. 'dutior herein .' .-,I ".1 upon) the. tnd assis:ane of t.. p,,iir','"1oard
enrolling oificr, lie. will, at his discrction-, aforesaid. It shall bepayabie t>. tl.d Con--
require tho w.rittcn opinion o0 the- Board federate Statesof A'merica, in a- penalty
on claims for exemption bi' applij-atio"s double the estimated value of the prodtets
for deinil, And may call .on them for spe- t-o be delivered to tLf government, and
cijll-infol-maiion rn,'c,-rr;,, iu.,-!ers ptl'ti- conditioned for-tke faitlifuL.performance
nent to the service 1 i ,.*f ,', c e refer- of tlhe requirtients of the 4th,.artice1 of!
red bv [he-loca.l or Congc^s.ioalA .district- the l1th section of fhe s8aid act.
cnrollit;:eier to the ooam-anl-:mnts, .an Tile value 0f the said products shall b",
opl(Ainion us ic o the, ....n -trts "0
opinion as3io the ,.i m' St be endors d ssssessed by the entrollinrg officer, who shill
or a ccompa.uy the case, 'nd the ltke rt;e ttko the saidI bond, with thO asistan'co of,
w:ll b,- r gidiiy ob.-'crcd by coiamend a ,8.s :te.said temporary Bo L1-.] it-, .I n -, to tile
in ref-arrinfg to t.iis Irair u. tn.rket value thc-eof at the time adid place
Il[. Ouu iiaidants wiil 'der th1 i3 mm itf a'kss.-nmcnt. .
Coate enrollent and, ex:imiua.t c1n,of Iall ..h said boBlit may bo secii '-41by a A,2-
persons witi-.in the prc'ortvb+d ages, who pos:t. of the atnnunt of th., penalty..Ihierof
,rS found in tlio e,.pioy[ficat of .;iy de- il nor.es issued from the Treasury Depart-
.partricet of tHie Govenaimt, fnd wh.o moat of tlic Confederate S'aft-es, "}ith any
'are not specially exmtptl'd by tit.ac, of -ol' th.o depos'l.rres of the y8ai Ti-ea.uiry',;
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A o I. 01 Ill 'niI. I C. k? E ur.k-. f ,r t' l' i uL *'- **-*n !. th r.,,u ,i this Bu-
ar.,l ,.,*. e.' i,.,:1 ,* re'lin.
+" I[ '.'r- .n-]. :ir du ,. ill..-.s e:iim,?r it^ I ii*+" IX. s. xsirosuno o. .AeC~r'C<)T or n^LIGIO[s
t hi e I s r 2 .I .. 4, ,, 1 : 1 a l i j h ., i .l e s F .I r l 4
?f ae.ti,'.,n 1 iili. e',,_i'rtr tl,,,c r rer ',',, ,:l ly
inIhe Iit..r cluise of "*he "4th ,lrliJ. of' ,er-ons entitledd, lo txempfion as provi-

the -a,,ll ths,s:v,.. in or"ihP a-e ,.Of Cli"i'j, *S dIeI fnr in paragraph X1I, GOen i,'l Orders.
re-ire.I, s'.^ll t~e exem ed. .All er No. 26. A. and I. G.. 0., euirent s ,ri'is.
per !,.-le herr e xto eairmaetsi.11 .11ede- mill.- ,n a;plication, iteeeire a-rlifieatea
por... .-irrciLo in said nd Ezall be de- P-" "m'- of^ortcte
t-Lil~ .. tle .fp't fr.oin the Congressioi al diitriet
_o.l,',.lling "er. on ;prouJ1cing suti.sl'ac-
"'ii .'F.I- TIM Oi.NG B Xt.4)1l'tM N O hAP.D9. -.ofc r
..,,ry e6 ijeoce that. they have complied
1. I'earsus wlio shalll4 be drtermiwied by r Htb the reqmrements or the law..
thei,r.ard ,:,t' E arill iiatdJon tolo 'N"iT,,.,i.ibl .: x. IXE PT(ON' O- OfdCEES.O COSTEDER-
of I_,kei frc'rui i a,:,iv' iAe lrrvi eT iu tie fiel'l,
and am-.uf theedutie-, mentionediun the th ArE STATE O VERMaNTS. -.
.v.ctiun ,:,f the ;rild act, (li' fngwre.? s(.'Vt CPriricfte? of exemption, for officers of
cauea 0, a perm.inert- rpure',' bill b,- th Confrderate and State Governmrs'
ex:-mptl fruin -milil T^** rvi'F by the will be given by- the commandatit i for tif
sfid bour,.I, wh-o ?hall 'xr nl.heriifie.itc3 States.
thiere,',f, vwli:,th .i-..:-Cr,, if h a~ ~ h ^ m a~ O~ o r t.[rroA roN 'UOSof h
inc--.pac~tv, recihlig inf;l~utft~he natune apd X.l\Kro+To aPr~toc. ')
degree of the dJi:a,- fir iath(.cr. injia.lau'i{, *"LP1S
and th e I r61,a*h e'l* d nlrai.cqr^r'f th e 'i-abili-. 1.' ,U I (ith er app lication s for ex em p ffon "
iv c'lir^.-d h il.; m nd iI~e-pa tllrs s~m'H ot ,sit^'ll ^ ne- 1o"i i w riingt0g-r h e enr ollin g
be SUbje^t' t,) gful,,re"exaMntt^rli,:,^: 'hhless etlhcer of the county 'or ,distlrfct in which
"eial r et< bv ,-e -ijr .. h C -, the ai}:>.licant reaides ; shall be supported
greiinal 1),strict inilku shth .nc iparniea ]: his'tfli,:avit and othersworr;lestim,,ny,
res~iide, ,:r by tij e eomr, and'int of "COD- tRnd doahl with according to tuie protiisions
'cripts I'or'thiis ..tale, or" by tLi,, Biurt~u. of T~araigraph [II of General Order| No.
\ h:. L ih i ti le i n o p i ni ,,n ,:f en r. ,llhn g o r '- -' ~S .A a u d I 9 0 ., c u rr e n t s e r ie s
.rcer'+ thie,:.aui',.s f,.,r whicht es':rnplion was.-I Every arpplioailion f<.r osempt'ion
gri'nt>-.l1 ;ia l~er-iun, ;i'riT examnui ,:n~i:i.l~y s houldl be carefully, minutely and ,th-jr-
jlhe n,,."ical !-..);rJ. have cea'-e~l t,) eX'.I, I 6t.,hly iu)Testigatd .by lthe local eni'oll-
lkev will n:a:.i a rep.,~rt to the Bvn.rl,,+ta- ifig oicer, w~ilh Ihe aid ofthbo temp,-,-rary
tilt'' Ihe n'nn'i, orFi, th. e-.n,. wl'eni ex.uu- buar, l to be orgainized underthie l2d'rlaulia
inedc, ar, d t he .,l).ea'-e or ,,ther c'>uso ,:t :f -le,%'r; graph .[I of itis circJIiu", and Ie
'..;i-n l~i' ri~iV, i1 Ih,: rcas,:.ri ior Lgel i ,,ig thier.e~lrifclran~lniiicd 10 he tolim tandants
it- iriii. i--at-dtrt.-', Stg i thatI iba-.leiton'. uT eoutBript., for llia^'a}a1+..whjlji...&.,trefJi.i
ig c;>iil<:h" 'of prr,,fi'i Ji~ihg ]itl~r< 5cr~vii~ il ,-,1f ri,.:if, rand their re~pecile opinions ca
thie ri'>.,l.l,r &..,nie of ihii dutieri nientliun.iv" lhe cner.ts of thi f, pplicati,.n. .
-in the :'.iI .^th Se,:L;or,of ih.' ;iet afore- 'I'ho report of laeis should b~e somewhat
7-.: .* \ n derail, ictlin'Trt'rh iu ra~unl.r 'order



Attorney a-t tEaw.
SGalnesv'lllo, ~J'la.
W ILL attend promptly to all business
intrnsted to his care in the Coun-
tie's coi.I ojug the Suwannee Circuit, and
Marion of the Easura.
,Oct 8.1., N .47- tf.


. .o ..

It .appearing.to tho Court, f:oni- the re-
turn made in this case. that the dof'eutdant
SaUr-;h A>-Friar roside-3 beyond the limits
of ihe btate to'witin thee State. ot Gcorgia
I.-,is ordered tlh.at st'vi,t, ba.-psrfe.ted by
publication, and tlhit t It ... :,i do ap-
p>? ir inn, ple". t answer -,zr denur to l,,e
iI. rile l'l t tle bore oas.: on> or bi)f"WOe .i-a.
expiration of thr-L" .-nOnht-'i from the date
"of ).,1V i..I ;.:,i 9 1r judge&iieut will be en
tered 1ir ,o ao.ifes a. "
SApril 23. C^-3 .

'<. UARE, l-,
H AMILTON C-,., at ,..i-eI -lnie, 'Ap'ril 30
iand May 1; Hui.i,,n Ct., Hluton,
May 7 & 8;-Lak:le".Ciiy S'.i.. MNy II
15; Columbia Ctu., M.Iy "'l A &:-'; Newu-
afis% ilie tia.. Miay2y 2'); Mv2Ui 1. py Ct.,
4t Wacoahoota, "Ju-nu 4 5; ; Gain,73ville
Sta 3111it 11 & i 12;: Bl;ack Cieek CI Juua
&8 & 19. J. Mt HENDRV. P. t.
\ rL"2, --rI

TINE months :tftzhr ib- 'date her-ebf I
%will pr.-seul my a ,'.' i .n 3 inI v. 'udh-
';r: n kdlaini-tra'trix o, tii?: E: 1aie of Jno
B. Stmndly deceased, to ilie Jud-ge or Pro-
IAtte of Aiachui Counay, fora fin il sietle-
ment, ;:11 1 ,sk i.)b ,i rgc Ir m 1 jrr .u..f'r-
tl er ;'adiiiinitr.t ou ,,ul ;-:. I i, lU e.
Jan. 3), N.1. 5 j--. )u

N ,otice. "
N \INE months-, after file 'date h-r=6f I
IN'wmill present; ny aceoaiuts arid vouch-
ers I;i A.ir..ill t, i lr, x ofthe Est- t.e 0f'Jti
-C. Stand ,l v 1? :-;_ .l. t.., the Judg 0of Pro-
bate of Al'ahi'a C-tou.ity, for a final settle-
ment, an I1 *ick ,i, bl dcargd freom. fur-
ther, administration on said Estate.
January 30, ,* No. 5--9m

In Chancery.
(Ir.cL<'. -(OUK'Bi '.%L .. |, "pOUNTT,.i
;.. -,i:w ,nn .rc,.,i .'l Fi,- f
J,:, ., ..s, + EIm, P Bill to perfect ti-
< s 'ties, (,Ifor "Fore-
Abrah an Fr'iI.-'jhurg, I '.,u r ,-,"lnjIu.tc-
& 0. Fra,,ee- Fi +Ivn- '|tidn, &c. L
burg.'his w;fe. .
IT a' ,i~e, ,ti, -,i t ihe ail q*_ cii: If of the
C ourt. II.t .-.i id *e C d.n.1.1 re i,:ril b .0 ,:>ld
the limits oi IlIe StIt: '.. F.[ Fk l II I. wi, .
inl Cuioiu' ti,(in ni,,ii..,n ,.,f C., ,.]| !nianr'8
Solicitor. it' i. ordl, e.I thatil notice be';._iv-1
en to -ai I Dei..ud.J s, ol'-the iilh,,f of
iiid1 bil', -y public ii.,,i ini Hie -Cotton
Slaites," 1,ee iifile'lire(.-crib..J I.y hlaw, i'e-
\iquiring s-0i, .l d;en.iluits o hae nd appear,
beloico -salI eour. (on ilie l't M,,rid I, in,
O t,>.b..r i.,xt, anm .lead. au-w.-,' )" demur,
1o ilieame, .,thliewise it,,will be tlken'a."
"c.onfese,].. J.kM.E- B.,DAWKINI ......
Dec 521ih, l. 6":. Ju,]go, &c.
I .1 herrvy ertitb'te above to bi- a iniie
-Copy of tlhe uriginil orL'.l rd in li y m Ofu-
.!, -': .,-- S P. BE \:[LL,
I/. Tik. 0i. (A. A\. C.,
Doe. 19, lG.5. 4 -v-.ii.

Gainesville Academy.
T E exerciseaof this iasiiitutiou will he
Jl reuimed. onn leie lat Mondiiy of F'eb-
ruary, 18oi. Bo~h Deprartiuenti will be
und,.r llfei s p.,inten,]en. -e of aun a 'i,-IU
lilish.-/d corps 'l' a. .- '.., -,o. e. T-
the re>q uisiie ,ii,ihil v 1 Y .. ,.,
in tthe various I.,rae ..:. .. a "
utlr I-e-jt li;,o rairy in: : .,.. .' iL ,,I ;',
,$41.0, indl French.' Gre,."I i O,.-.,t.,i, uad
00 Patuiiug ad Drawing, Co., tadgbt at"
the cu-Lomatry rales ol' tuition.
Tuition if) the- Laterary 1epartini, .ntac-
cording to gr.ve $2.5, Sl. andI i),"
per 11e"si, -u 0f ( entye v weeks., pavabia O'.imC-
halt' in adv:lnce ; [,ife'bait:tune ia tfle (.inJ
of 1 l6 Session. "No daJuCtioni i '..ir a)-' ric..
nuuldsh ian.ase of prutiracte'l sicku: .s.
Being.in one of [be hval]hie't luca-i.-,u
in the interior or tile Stfi!e, it is'our de:igi
aul highest aspiration to .,.hikake inLt
Ac.a1l0efy Dierit the paironage of all fr.end-i
ol Educalion. Thankful lur past patron-
age, we sulicit a continuance uf luiiilar ',t-
vors in the future. FP.r further int-jrma-
tion, refer to .""
+J. Hf. ROPEB., A. M.,l Pricipal,_,'
3tf+ : + Ga GaineSvil]., l}&a. .


W T I C E. :.^'. *>
SIXWeeks after. the first -publicatio'f of,
lhis u,,tce, the'undersigned w ,-ol p.::ai,.n
th,, l-,n.+ ,.,urt e; Proba.i.e in an I to.' Ltia
county of-1.iri'- S.liii.? of Florida, fIv,
the aileinnent-, ol he,-r Dower,- in i1l.) 'real
,E-_tlite, and her sh,.+r' ia the11,a o a
p'ri..,riyof whioi .iier Husba~id t11. lae
James .' Hopkins died i 'ie i a -ii1 j>.,jd -
. ....ANNIE B. 11Qi-P,&I.N-S.
mar 19, +- ,

LL E n.-. pi In 9ie : e Ito the ,estate l of
,.T \\ li,..di.L .,olsyn, SF, late o9f Al:a liui
cauuy d:'c'd, .Pre requestedto come" for-
ward aud ujak.,-immediate payment. .to he.
un.lereigne.1, and to0se having- Claims,
agaiutt. he. same will pre'eut thea_ duly
aLL hontiCaieI] h.,r pR3 ulenl.
JA-;.D). C'OLS(, .,-
mar 19. t,-SL,

April 1,6th.' 67- t.f. ;. ..

Wanted to Purchase,
''**An old'neyro, man abia to do gar-jl.riiiauy,,
and the necessary work.about aut. g..-
ing errands, &c. .-The advertiser might
also puir'chal.e a ,omia B oox k d wash0r,
er a girl. Ad .lresa Box 92, Latki Cay. "

B -i.

+.-. '"'t y ** g _r '"" ^ : "

,." I3 GOD I OUY^ TEI"TT." -




* -


and forward Ihe papers. though theg-4oa
mandant (each expressing his opinon".)Vt6-17
this bureau, for its a otion. .- -, ""
If the application is rhfuBe-', seasons in
full will be endorsed, and 'in case of ap-.',
peal, papers fnrworded to this bureau' ..
If the parties applied for are at w-ork,
they will be allowed Ito remain' untilac.-
Lion is taken. If otherwise,*they shallb-e.
.,sent to the camps of instruction.
Applications for the detail of eontrao-. ""*
tors themselves must also contain the eCr-
tificate of tfhe.head of the bureau, reqquir-'
.ed by the llth section of the not,
I XVI. All other applications for exemn-
tionsor de, iled, not otherwise provided.
will be made to the 'enrolling officer, and
forwarded through the proper oh'eols..
XVII. Great'care should be expressed
in exempting or deiailing able-Jaodied men
between 18 and 45.
No case should be anted on until after
minute and thorough iavestigatian as to' .
the-- alleged private or public necesmitt,
-advantage, convenience, justice or equity,
and as to whether persons, not liable to
service in the field may niot- be obtained.

.Glt,& JilZ LXiji: .LORlIDAs

R;lYa It'* A6VERTISINs .
We have atiopted the same rates of ad-
.'erfising':ag .the,, Floridian & Journal
S tasfollowse
One square, (10 minion lines) r. less, for
-eoh Insertion, -- -.- $2 00
]i~tate & Legal 'Notioes to be oharged the
sa *meas transient Advertisements,except
I- ftice ofDismission us Adminiftrator for
which thercharge shall- be, $40 00
Obituary Notiocs and Tributes of Respect
shargi'd as advertisements.
i-iejp olat1? Notice.
14 attention will be paid to" transient'
adierisoments unaccompanied with the
#ask. It is easy-for adverisers to ealcur
late the'number of squares their adver-
tisement will make, and remit according-
Sly.- 4-t square is .tSA _LWI.el,t 1lll9 1-* y
"-j n-x- -les'iess than ten is cotinret.1
ap, a square. A line of manuscript, o4oDr-
dlgaf paper, will make one line printed.

It r .... t*' 10 00.
.Tor6 m8 nths or less, -. $5 09

WriVREAS-Simmeon Helvmnstou, Adm r.
upon the Estate of Barnet Tyner, decea,-
e,-1 iilI.8itle ,.,f -a[.[ 'ountv, 11;is tlnis d'.'ty"
l',n.,l i *i"' I!-.',, ,i i. ou. <" of said C:;.tn y,-
,1 i.,, .i .7 -" ,: ,* f' t.', hl--;ns'veis^.y of!

t:a~d d,._cea -.d!l i!+test;..e.i.o -.\il I: e s>,to iii
ihi- offic-e of s',id Court, ,o' .'r beft)n' ;lie
,st d:iy o:'"January 1,S64.' whi n (.he'e wi.1
be a pro viqta.p..y-.ti,, "monuhe several
creditors of srwd insolyuihi esiatp.
Given undlermy hand and seal of Office
at O,.;l*a Jtq1y 80th, 1.8;:_I.'
Judge of Probate,
M. C. F.
August lst, N6. 31-9m


xvrrr; r~s~pqrzta.


rate which can -be obtained by the enroll-
ing ofiicer, (with t-he co-operation of the
temporary boards,) and all action must
be in-direct view of the necessities inli,:.a-
tedCodmmdndants willinstitute 3u.-hi m,;jrs
of enquiry and report as will fur isth t[a
fullest testimony .

IlFN't-he matte f.rtle Estate orB. R. Hin-
.son. [lie in.olvericy of sni.1 E.tquite h ,,.-
iaig be.-., !ugg,.ste by The AdIII. i-J t.,r,
it is thee, o0 'i,;.,e i f .11 :1 c i;u,
ngani.si baid l',-ias',e,-i d _.;. ,.. r,,
Jwlroe ft Prob-I.S1 f 1. ''- u *1 *"1
next wLwen ti-rewi ba 4 prorata des-i-
bution of rhe assets." It. is further ordo.r
cd that the Administrator,:file an account
of the assets in hand, antd the claims
which have been presented on or before
the aforesaid day at which time app'liea-
tion will be made for letters of a final dis-
,Cpargs from further AdministriO,.iia of
'said Estate.
E. '1. JORDAN.

I. Examining Boards, in addition to the
liiis (ir'e.ted in Paragraph VIII, Generat
Od.re No. 2-', A. find I. 0. 0., Current-
-,i<:?, w ill l'urmi~h district enrolling'otticera
with li-ts ol' men in their district found fit
f...r milita,'y ?c.rice,but unfit for service in

largest amount of production"'in every
case, ih which the detail is madc. 'llhe
schedule.6f terms hereto appended will, it
is believed, meeti a majority -o&.the case&
that are likely to ,be presented., ,W.hei P it
is-doubtfur whether the case is covered by
the classification, commandants -will- in
general decide by reference to the plain.
intent of the law, or-refer the matter to this
bureau, with full testimony and opinion.
In all details -thbre ,must be satisfactory
evidence of the necessity, as exf-ree;'ed in
General Orders No. 26, currentt wrics.
Schedule of Termn!." :' *.'"
3, Where there are two or more, farms
contiguous, or Witlin five r _: I ,,f e-iml
other, measuriug from lthe ioi-,teadl,
having on each five or ui,,'e h,,u"lS, moun-'
'.ting in tih., a.'gr.^;e to tilte-,n hands,d or
where one person has two:or n,-re ildii-i-
tions within five miles of each other, hav-
ing all a.zTr..ig;i ? of fifteen or niore IlaAs',
there ma+ hbe, detailed orie-person ias over--
seor rin manager of the two <'r Uie I'.1i, mi:
Provided, therejis on neithe', or the t'hrr-n
a white'muae il, ,.' le.clur.lh by ifroe', i-,rll-
ing officer and Ihetem porary t.,,ir.1 <.: p v ,l,
of u,,na'in-' the farmis with i i ,,i-,,,,ll>h
'> i,-1e',.!.\\-,yot liaible to niii'rl' ,lu,Y ; .,i,,,
provided the person detailed 7,1-.' t ,i i,-
first day of J an ueay.;, J-864, eli lhr o, iii'r,
manager or overseer residing 'III .)e ot'
tle farms; tand provided the ow*lners of
suid farrms shall execute a joint rfloi sev-
:eral-bond, oil ih t-erms prescribed f.-r tIIle
,owners of -ifteen haads,- e6=ce'pt thit -u,.;.
persons sh4ll not be allowel ihe- pi ivilogq.;
,.,cn" >.'l.ii 't'i,,'li provid,l ,1^ thelib ;ri,.i'."?
,..,f't ,,";i 'thi -...- ion'of th a, -.t ,', .; l I i.
- ,..tt. ^\V!',.-l ,i;:;:..-i1' aim ,,e : ,il r ., lo t,,-r- on-
liavi-g les's than fiftlee n.", ii .'. -,, r ,',-
.than five hands, they s 5l a;I.I-tr ,IrIt r I k -
obligatijn as presbribe I 1.-.r i;,,:. ,-wn,.:.'. s :.Cl
fifteen or more hands. oe,.,il tii t'cf,r
'each 'hand !es, than fiftueu1 ,.,wn lto fii,,
there: shall be supplies f%:,- |iinl-,; lvies
iea,, thuisi-,e: c h of fouilte..n 11191K.l ulihi.-
ty-,five; thirteen hands,, iiijit.' twelfte
hands, cighi.y-five; "rii h.nii.l,
fiity'-fivel- five hands, rifti.v [,,u'lu'.
. T, A' h ira details are d 'lh).,.l 1 >.l:r',n's
,having l e'H, thanu five h-,e,!, nr., .?;ill eli-
ter int-o like obfig.'ition, i 1 1,ll :ijl iht ir
surpin-s-.productions to ljrl:' ilJ'v, rwale'it.
Q, AU detait!3 ih rein r.1 .:, il).-'. D, e L al-
towo.d ar3 subject to r'-.'i :,u Iby ltiu
cormula-n'J-.t -fl c".r--?.:ripit, on tlhe rel,,:.rt.
of bh@ en. y'l': .g.im d t lh t l!ie r'.iiiun ,],'-
'.tileJ is I 1 hi bh ,'ii ,:;v, iridustrlo any dnd
iii .._" f'' l t1h 011.0 1 -A_'. in ilt e o.0 .'aation
I 1 ,'wl .a'h ili ', r,: ,i.,1-'3 I IyraJiT t cnt otl'l
v'.^il[.'n ri q iui,,l.'3rv) :.jig _-urh ,i,.t.Liiis. C u l--
5',,o in tl,:s duiy wi.L eoustilt.t-. grave de-
7. Euipiling ,iffiwers are require,.1 t. )el-
rCiie Iliettlli -M L, W'iiui ori ill I ',,j-.iL'n 'o lln
d .a lI n1s ,n l I<-! '- p uin,.rti,?,[. It i; 1
i l .'i .,' I i l y 'Iil- ll l I ," iU, P u t'.
'ia i. ,ii.. ._- 'InI! *.'- 'h! ti ,l- Ip l~ll' .._' ,i; .,I1. A ll
,,*. ..iii ;i ? r 'i,,ii l in,?- ^*!li b : ,-'gr,:fullyf
*:ivi,[.. ii. l i, 1 lr,, ._ t'' l ?n'-, r, e itn.i r -.s tl',.,r
'.L i;..-l : . ,i v ,','r y ** *H""!.i 1> l',.,i" n u r.n '
*... 1 ,_, :, ,:t. .. [ : ,*', I', it h i,,, i ,],' l' ih Ita ili -
i' : -,'*1, >; ',..r ", ". iW h,,w ht ',' ;i.'. iu I lt?
,.i'. ", I, .'-" i 'v ; ;,-i''. l c ,.',.i, j d.r ( .,'e t',-'i'l-
I'. ., :' -- A it.l.: d ..

X I; l ,L T ',IL : fru f rU i B I.i C Y E ,'T IT Y .
S[-.l.,,:..'ilton t',.,r d t:,ila, such a+? arr n ,t
] ,:,. :.l. .-'l r-r tlhe -*i'l', 'e of airy' o lthe m~l-
it ,,y 1.u ,l.Ix, o.' for -ervice iu any ,. iie
,],* pui tlt *>~hl .:i tir [he( veL'inntim t, irn:'ludiug
,. i vic whlh >..,rnira,'t,w'.'i, will he ni,.,,,. ILC-
c,;mfpanj-!d by a d-.se:'i?.pivo list. to ihi; en-
rolling ofiver of the apprOp,'ia:e io.ii'y or
disiriot, ati.i be supported by the affid.avit
of i he applieaut aud other testimony ua-
d& r oath.
The enrolling officer will iri'litute a
miuute and searching investigation into
all the circumstances of the ease, the ra-
;'Suits of which will he set forth on a sep-
arate sheet -,j 'paper..-
Tie district enrolling Dffieer mity, if he
approves the application, grant a detail
!,oe sixty d-i's. and f,.irwnrd. the papers,
through tile commandant, to the bureau,
for its action.
It'the application is reru-ed, The rea-
soni, in lull, will be eudorsa.1; and, in
o fe ofI appeal, Ghe papers l;)i-ward!l -0to
ihi3 bi'reau. through thebamd channels. 0
If tlie persons for whose deiailH pplica-
Stion is made are-engsged in.perf,.,raiiing
the dluties on account ,**) whici details are
a.ik.-d, they will be allowed to'rewailu >un-
til final action. If otherwise, they should
be seat to camps of iusilrmetiou.
App'.rehtionsi for th+e ,detdti of persons
betw,.-en fqrry-five and Bfify years of. age,
fi"o service in any of the mbl~ti~ry bureaux
or in arty of tiie (lepai'tlmitits ot" ihe g,-v-
e,'nment._wtll be made, accompanied by a
desc-riptiive list, to t'hietocat or ,tistriet en-
roli.ing _u^6icer ; ahd it" ftrsit se forth' th
laiture .ol'.ihe duties IO bi"perfornned, (Ile
ii&:bsi~j'!y'o^'t~re'd^Jai% alffl'Ffhf p=fioiT~oy-
liich it iei required,.
Thae-districl enrolling ofliecsH after in.
vetigatlt, made and reported'as directed_
in lpaeceding paragragh, uaihi i he ap-
prove the'iapplication, granht a dlet uil fo*r a-
period ulot exceeding sixty days. and tor"
ward the pfper to tho comnmandant, for
his acti..,n. -.
-An appeal from the action of the en
rolling offi.ei? .and the cominandaut, ma"
be taken, to this bureau."
I. AIpplicaiionsi for Ihe detail for &cer-

vice in '-,uy of the wiiliiary bureaux or for
ally o'f Ite departmoeuls el'fIhe gdcvrnnmeut
incl',Jdin e ountraciurs.) of 'anL',an., uje-
chlaiiie., ,t. prelUi ns ol scientific Ak.il, to
l.,erf.,rn indidjpensa'.le' dudiea tjould be
imde, with Oiepwripiive .list, (o'the enroll-
ing officer. The skill of the p a'ty, the du-
tie- to"b'e performe'i, and wtyiosaerfico'sk
are indispetisable, audthe pertrflffor'which
the detail is'required, must bq5"IistiaCljy
set t'orLh.
Applications for the employees of con-'
traItors must, in audition, cotain a'c<.,r-
liifcaie from the officer contracted with, or
the herl f the department, thaL..the ser-
vices ,of tl e'oarll-u.-parties;-are rqlii-. -
ed.for tha pe ifornmatce otf iqi-penpable.
gowr-nruent 'wo,)rk."- The bij I rft.eniolhi'g
officer way grant the etail fo-tsixy days,'

S ilt ",n '1. 1", a ..-, ...5 ... I ~
tic..s thoy are capable of prctorming. Con-
gresslonal District offi.:er- furnish sim-
ilar litis to eounlt en-',,lling officers, the
rbjo,?t being to enable persons needing.
detailedl wen to see who are the subject-s
6f detail, arid to choose from them.
2. Enrolling;officeirs will forward te the
commarutant of onseripts, monthly, a re- ^ *
port of .all persons enrolled by thew, and,'
..the action takeni in eachsas'e. :.:" "
: Theie reports will b, consolidated by
the c-,.ininai.ant, Biih reference to the
di-tinctioun made in he act of Congreve,
and the regulations for its enforcement in
ditpllieaie, one copy of which will be for-
warded ,o o his bureau, an,.1 ono kept, on.
fife ill' the riffhve !fi ilie commandalint.
'XIX. L.',.OLt.'61KNr or HttEsEnvE CA?.%sE5. \;
1. C(,i:im.trolint4 of eoncr'irt- will pro-
,-..,1 to n :iro'l all per-.,'us between the ages
...I 17 :nI 1 I8 antd 4. ,,nd 56, year iu exe.
<:,1ti,.n ,,4 General Orl'-rs NJ. J :{, A. and I
6.. .,,- .currentt series : iwhiiLh is herewiith ..
ma.R a~a part of this CI',"y uliir : i "-- ;
ikDJ'T & INSIRP-41;rE:NL'S t-FFF cE, IC'
.- ..' l,:i. tlusr,, M.l i,.'L 15, 18,:.t. j'
GENE'R \L ORtir.Rs, }
No. -S'i. ) .-
1. The Bureiu of(...'.,nser'ptii,,i will pro, '
e~l' to`.Pe'11o14 rall i-ri .,r i.bet wren Ilie age.;
of 17 and 18 year.-, and between the age
of 45 Pnd 50 y,:,a,-s, under tile 5t1 a1c1iini1
of tvhieactof '.,nt',r?.i ,o organize forces
to .- .rv,., ,hiiriug lh L ,,' .i "'
P r. I 'r .',t, ialdh t.:, (. nrollmprlt will pre- .'
ent Th :i,i .-'l\'i to tiir enrolling officor in
hi.' S'iei c .-t ea- ot' the :.I; i,3ij-ppi river
wiiihii th;riV" .h.i fr..,ni the day.-wihen the
i..ri.e.. 1.111 ti hc gi\e iu tile district or ^
Ce.1,ihlV .'y tie i1"rull:] ig ofio.-,r for persous
,i l [hi- lli:s 10 ,t.,pr.ir t'for t- roll n t. The
t'.iltlrt lo co- ply with thki n-lLicc-w illsub-
j,-.:t [lh.2 deftiLher to a liability to be call-
cl into [lie geioeral sotvice with tho class
,ft' p.,e'sor, s h,_tween 1S and 4-5, unless he.
s11 i' 1have a valid exoinc t hrefur, to l
jild,', of 1,f h[y lie Bureau of CuuScripLion.
'j. Auy p...-Ion liable to enrllinent tn-
,it-r ilhis ia..i n. .y join tiny culpany for lu-
ca'l ,hi,-ric e- th.liihi'i l .s be,-.n forined under
tfen,?r.;l O-'.l 'r, N.;. j.t;, i'.tle,.l 26th June,'
P 11, l,:,r ihe w1'. :,fally other 'etmpany
f,.,. l,.,:tl ,.:1'cuce which ha-. been accepted
iilt.', i.he ,ervlee, and w'i.:.h, by the terms
.:,f its ehrill'trii,.nt, \is liabl-3 to aerve any
w he-re within the State; or persons ofthi.,,
,.lau. ma', ;'orm new companies fur local
lerfetce and special l service, uwier Genera.
.Or.les No. tic ; j1L,.61.)I -il.r Lha wawr, and a -
lee' theirr o n utni ers. r -.' '-- '- -
I dv ot.-r. S. COOPER.
Adj'i aud Ia~p'r Gan'l.
2. C,-mmandants will keep a separate
,inl di.-,inct rull of person between Lh.
ag,.z, jf -e\rno,%erxaaad eighteea and forty
fi..c an a 11,1.
,".. t',i, iiuni'ti tntq ..f c ini,ripl will aA-
To'!.n ,,,luty. ai i supporting fvrce for
.-'iij~i..ip'. ,?r% ic such per.sons as may
1,,; rc >:,..,ji.:ril bi y tly ilt,exiniining board
:..q unfit !or Ciere field, but a- competent for
I he Qervi,6 ; anl when as many as sixty-
four .wueht perons are Bo assigned, they
will h-, (,rgfinize'i intu a company, elocL
Th-ir ,Aidieer!,. and return the muster rolls
to.i Illh- omdal-lant, and if there be not
a ufft i :ni t nober .t, form a company in
(a,i.h C.,ugr?3siynal district, then the con;-
niaudL:iut may as igu a sufficitnt number
,q" lereon- between 45 and 50 years of
age. .3 .As to c,)mplete a company for.earh
Cungre.si,,na-il distrit.. A competenLoffi-
c(.r. of ihe raulz of Coleaol, will be as-
.igntedl by thia bureau to organize suclh
eouip[,nie3 into a regiment, if. thero eit
ihe,' relitisite number of coMp.nies ; or
iatu a .,attallion, it' (here be lessi than ten
e.,nrpan'es : or iaUa. two--"battallions, if
dee:ue Ipreferable.
1. Cominindants" will alwaYs Lbpar- in
mind that General orders, No.-26, is.nojt
only the basLq, but farms a large portion
'--of thee inaLructions. -Tlhey._VWl'habi .tu-
ally recur to-its provisions, to aid in tile
avplicat"in of the otherpiovisi0aio oifthia.
eircularr r- ; -.
"2. C4?mmandants will of course, refer.
.caies of difficully to ihis bureau; "bulref-
erences which'bear ou their fiice that_-they"
are rather to avoid.due reipeniibilitji.or
labor, will le returnedd witlout rem@..k+i,
8. The diiiy -"o-" coaiman'dariia=bt"
nonieriplt i as, in ae nce with.these i .a '
AT riteliots,.-to mainiam]& U d invigoate tha.' "
indubiral production of the Confederacy, '-
aql supilry its armie, with me_, -This dit'ij
MusL be prfihr'med, "or. ollr s.iiruggl-o. _
iifttaehdence-aud liberty witi"fak' L'" ," "' ,'
By or Jet of J. S. P~adTo., Sdipt^ -.':. -*,
GC. "B. DUF.F1E[D," .. ..:
ap'l. 21' t 8-3t. 'A.,A. Generl,.o

Richmond, Va., ,Var'ch 1, l6i4.- J :.:
GENYIK.L ORDERS..t ::. :-:.'
N,.,. 36 -. ;i
The following acto of Congress-anda reg--- ''
ulaitions, are Duo~lighcd for the inforiuil- .

RINo THE walt. .' *-
The C'.:,gre s of ihe Confedlraite Stales- '.
x>{ Ainerta d~o pnaect, Thatfil~.fontandjfter
t'be pa.sage of thi act,, that. allwh|Lte,- -
re-'dcats of ilhe Co,*nfederittcs-'fifi!s-?l)iB-
rweeu ihe -ages .of 17 and 50,"shall b'e it11

S t a t e si l u r i n 'g " ] w a r : .. F -, :^
.That all persions a Morenalid between t~he 7.
agesi ot'Ih, and 45 'now instrvice 8b'!!lbe-.l
retained< ,hluting the present war, witiitha^o:';
United Sffaes, in the .-ainu r elgi enfetil-,:bil .,
stallions, andt companies to w.l~el{'thley bfl1-"-

longod 'at the ptissugg -of.tWis t-i, rl j,
"(lie asme organat ion aind olfiO'l.-unl-^.."-
iegularly traosfered o'r disc ajrg'a^,ac-
c ,irdauce wilh the laws and regulaition^'of.'*-
the army : Prr'v;ided, Tliat Cotpaaiis from
one State orga -ized against thelirconsent,
.expressed & Athe time, w ith'.regientBor, .
hat40ti13s from any otlir S 'a .IhaHhao.,
t-he privilege of being transfrrld fr-
ganiza'tiona of. triiops ia th' selfm.'ji- of
the service. .'"'. ", -.'
8. Be" it'f~urtr e-.uacted,.: That, I!c!bfe
expiration of.dlf!:7ionih-a-.r _'f.f
^pri:Snljtx,,a b, fint: Cnd 'iiAH.B^^lol-.:

.;w i oh h +ei'S cretary of .t^ 'Qie r S+.*
+hereby authorized to tNl,_ |||^ ^^.:
lo eery itto mmiaion~'g^ Ail_)

SupsoijBiKR.-Persons sei-ng their pa- Ju:,g,.:. l'roeiate.
pors malikd thus--X .will know t i,< l Pec.'i. Nu ;>.-Cm *
their time has expired or raboi.1 to qxpi~e.
Tbose in ai rears will favor m by rera't- N IdOTICE
Cgts~, sour ca"Si x Pei nee's ae ve(ry heavy. I^p A.r',* ,
,. as ur lIX MONTHIS after date,, we will pre
, '"'" I" "B" ~ #! s.6ent outr accounts and vovcher;: to thi Hon
+ Tlifl Pr'l, ". Jon Dav.icsou, .J Ndge of Probate w:" a' ii
Curran said of the Liberty of the Press I o: t .he couny of Polk, Strte of ,,i ;1r ,
,* ,. .' ., t ssadmin st ratito m on the e.itat.,- Shifr-rd
AThIat" great sentinel of the l ial,, that ji a r o eo-ta dererd
4trnd deLccor of public imp,,srors ; VuaI~d I ..M~i..,,,1,e fsd 0nv.,dcn.,.,
^ddelcc~orofpu~icin~siiss for~ .d-^ a final discliarpe liromsi ,
it, .Wcause when it nks, .there sinks with .ad 1 sk. '^i r a. final dlsolarsgatrgs and l-
it, the common grave, -the liberty ot the yo. e eitt e
.object and the security of the crown." ers,. will ples lten. ,+ A
- = ELIZABBTtt McGUIRE,-.).;iLurx
j_1 COSS .t' Jan 2d, 1864. 5-(.m.

Disalution of Cqiartnership
H PHE firm of Johnst, & 'Thompson haVs
.this day been desolved by mu!ual con-
sent. The business will-be conducted in
tle fCuture Jy J. F. P. Jh.1 1 .1-I.
"Ooa'a, Fla.,, April 9, C'(" I. t. "

T|-HE above r.-w''i I Will bo paid for-the
j.. following nfie(l ,o-t.rit 's., + "
JOHN A. GR1tFFATH.- Born in the
,State of, Georgia, bas gray eyes, black
ha.ir,fair complexion, 28 years of age, 5
feet 10 inches higli, by profession a phys-
'-i irn. deserted on the 25th of November
1\ .'?.: -and tUp.,,.,..l (b b, at some Hospit-
,al wi'th. forged deta-il.
-JASPER J. DI.IGGEI'.S. Born in Gz.
has gray eyes, sandy Lai. flo'-id co'iplex-
ion,abont .:' v.:. trs of age. Six feet high,
by occupation ;a farmer,. resides in Soui~h
East corner of MhlafioaiCo. FI'F. T1iff, m.n
wasfNirliub.-.1 .on th :2d,2 day o J tuna wy,
18'-4, for 30 diys as" ah urgency. and n ri-.
to+1ous c .se and .remains absent --iil,:0ut
leave, stopping other lurloughs in tie
I will pay $30 for' the apprehension of
eifl," of the abo9venamed iessrter.1..
-- A. J. HEAL,
1t. Lt. Comd'g Marion Light A -'y,
Hoxton.*Artillery Batlaliun Dalton, G.i.
April 9, 66-4t

Strayed-_Mule Found.
A morse colored naire mulb,-medT'nm
size, seven or eight years old,. with a
sear on the right hip ia now at my'plan-
tation, which the owner c:,1 get.by t z, -ti-g.
April 23. 68-j-

oCouncellor at Law,.
-VILL practice. in all the, Couwts 9f
IV Esat ,Florida, particularly 'in the
jCrcuit Courts .of Marion anfd ail.'ir.iti.g
Couiges. Office at his residence two miles
y..st',oT Ocala., he can be fJund in Ocala
,on mail days.
ost. 10. Nq.- '44-tf

ALL persons iilehnedl to James T. Hop-
kins, late of-.M.L iii C.). dec'd, .will please
mak' cariy payment,, arid those having
claim.5 9r demands are notified to present ,
them du,1y .a atltientictied according to law,
or thigh notice will be plead in bar of ,heir
recovery. .
mra ,g-8t V.,

H-ARL-'s P. C0oOPE 1

Wildpractice i,n the Circuit Courts'ofNas-
J:U, Columbia, Bradford,-Alachua and Le-
vy counties of the Suwannee Circuit, and
Duval'and Marion of th,. Eastern Circuit;
oLnd Twill also attendlthe Confederate States
ptstrict'Courrtfor Eat and South Fla., and
tihi' State Supreme Court.
Gainesvile, Aug. 1st, 1863. 34-tf.
AW Columbion copy tf.

SIX,months afier date, I will present
my accounts and vouchers as Administra-
tor,6t' th.e estate 9f Ed. 1? C-ew-.g dbc'd of
Summer county, 1o theiu ,:. iZ,, f Pro-
bate of said county, u.ri). v be ;,,'--
charg.'d from furt.ier ...... of
said estate. L. B. B1AN.CHi, Adm'r.
'Dec 12, .4- -dmi.'.* ....

SIIE subscriber offers for salsa -his pl1?n-
i_ falon in Alaclua Co. Fla." containi-g
2 sections of land about.2 nii s from
Gainesvill.o'E F., on the Fernandilia and
Cedair Keys R. R. Tho lands are.divided
into Pine land, Hatm-ock, and Prairie,
-There .is fA two :tdj'. dwelhing with shed-
roonis in a unfinished state. Openl land
e.n.qo,.v fYo.r 0 bands, and is in a healthy
location, with g.po'd, water. Any irforma-
tion will be given.: by Mr. Avera ou the
place 2 miles from Gainesville on the Mic-
anopy road. \

One four horse engine nearly new, not
having ru! .nlore tliauiuinigh to gin l<.out
60 *baila3 of coit'oni, I It cl.l 1JIs steui on tiny
place two mniles from- Gliucsvlle on ilh"
Micanopy road.
January 9, No. l 56-

N. TN. 0 153CE!
A largelotoof'TIN WARE and Sea. Is-
-- lan ..d I11 ;' li.has been consigaed 1O
u s fo rr sa le. > .
Mn:r.fl! 6"1h, ],m6^ "^ 61--,'f


SIX MONTHS after date I will present
nMy accounts and V0wchstr to T. C.
Gardner, Judge of. Probate of the State
of Florida for the county of Alaci-na, as
Adinr'x. of the ?state 9f Smiml. Geiger dt-
ceased, and a:sk to be discharged from f(.r1-
ther adwniinstratiou of ca~d estate.
Apr:Il 16th, 1883. 67 Gia.

N~ OT.I C E.
IX moutiis afrtr date, I will Present
my accounts and youchers to J< C.
Gardner, Judge- of Probate, of the Stato
of, F16rida, for the county of Alach ;t. on
ft.hs, Kstrte0-.of James Tiqqn, lWto of ga*A-d
moun ty/dcceased, and aSk to be di-schai-ged
from.,furterAdmiiiistration" of isaid Etate.
Teb.. 7thtlk L 0-6m


C HA I1,C E R Y.

In AlachuBaea j; .i-
.eiii Cir'ouii ol' i- lor-
ida, Alachiua C2o.

V S. ,

Administrator's Notice. '
6IX intnths after date., I. will apply, to
I the Probate Court, of Marion Coui'nty
Yla for final-dismission as Administra-
Irix. of the-&late orl;p'u,,u,, Blitch\, de"'d.
All persons .hayipng ,leail,,-i against the
kstaie. will bring themr forward or'tkey
..ill .be &{ed. F. (O.. BLITCH, "
: .. "'. -.Ada iinistratrik.,
larCh 5ih ie* 1 86. 61--6m *

TO all wliom it. may concern, J[ Stephen
"LG&, Brown; Admninistrator on the, Es-
tate (if Jno. S. AIdis,..n. deccased, late-of'
Marion County in thfl State,, a, Fla.'h., ve
inade and cen'tiiuieJ Wm T. H-triioni of
p.ad Comnty, my lawrul n.g.:pt. in ihe ci,-
tire nm nagrmeui atl Ailinini- ,ii ..i.a ofr
said Elafe. S. G. BROWN,
.... . .. A d l i _- l .i .t lt.ii .r. -.
,li~roh ;li 6h 8';4. *: (il.t- tt *,

S IX month f 'rom Iie dale of thi-A n,.,'!.:
I w-ill present my aecouuti. aud voufli.
ars to Ihe Ron. Juidge of Pr,.,hat'e. ,-f Hler
nando County, an.] a.ck t,) li, e Iclia '_eI.
from the A'iainiatratlon of ilie Esia:e or
,John B. McNatt, Inte of t'Ni.1 Counf1 d.-
.ceased. SARAH J. McNATT
,Maroh 6tb, 1864. 61.--C-m

1-1 fa e t d 63veC.Pe iu the investigation,--
giing briefly t-he-reas,-:,ts for the opinion-
.expressedl, an-, instead of b-ing put in ihe
.form of an endorsement, will be. made on
a sqpirae sheet of paper.
the investigation should not be confin-
ed laain examination of the Application
and tile papers that aic':mpanr il, or
merely into Lbe truth of the stalements-
therein made, but sli)uld be directed with
a view of ascertaining nil the facts and
circumstances ot' the case, and lho exact
condition of tie parties with rolatlou
lt ereto. '.' _
Agricultural D.t0l44.
1. The officers alt con'Soription will give
the mo,-, t careful attention tu the provis-
ions of paragraph IV, G. 0. No" 36, A.
aud I. U. 0., current series, in ennaetion
with the lait ocau-'e of the 4th article of
tie 10th section of the act of Congress
This paragraph embraces the whole sys--
term of" details provided bv law to maintain
ite iduptrial frv.duction8 of the COutHtVr,
In view ol the lubllt, defenuce. -
2. Tile investigation of evkry onse.pro-
bented mua be the mo~t precise a1d aeci-

l *

OIX' monthis after date. I will prie;,-nt
es my accounts anl vouchers .}o -J. C.
Gardner, Judge of Probate of the State of
Florida, for the county of Alaclihu. as
Adm'r. of ihe Estate of Isaiah Floyd. lats.
of said couffty dec'd, and a-kto be dis-
p.arge from further Admiidsratii,6 of
said eiiate. Persons hidVing claims will
present them on or before tha,,, time. ati-d
those'indebted will' make innme'diate li,{y-
ment. W. H. KENNEDY.
January 16, No. 6>7-7im

SIX months,%fier ihe date hereof r
Blivill present my final accounts aunl vou,-1h-
ers to the Judge of PrAbote of Levy Co,
a and apply for a discharge as Adm'rx. of
.the7 Estate of Benj. Brooks. lzi'fe (ifsaidCo.
dec'd. L1AA EDWARDS.
Jaiuiaylt h, o. 57--m *

b t Ii.l.; L '- .* ... i
Ex I. imihing Boarl witl then order
the partvto. be ibru,'gll W i'ore it l'..Jr a re-
exjU, iiaii,.,,i.Whei at person ik ra-exr.
an~inedl by the Bo.urd,-.hA forrooer ei'ri&l-
en;e -li)% t sliidrejnderred and 'bancelled,
Ifa.,i A n f/t.J1t1 fit CUr'duty, "t uew cee-
tifi-:.tl a f exep-nipaU sbiall b, jofluedl 0
ihu. '
Ev. I--ry cerAlfIeale cellentthn-graii-.
lell hy a- (':,arl ,.r ExzaW nnai.hn -hail be
aliprLved by ibheCongrv ,io.-ia districE en-
i'oLliug <.,lti r.r, whieh ilis Ll protect thepor-
son exei[pte 1 f[.:)in o..Slnli,.,n by the utf-
hicev'' Ol' tll-s.ui' tr],ion. nod i'oru i 'e-exami-
nation. tile-as Ih,> Bo o fr ,.,f Cx i itm iior,,
or.tho Commarklant uf Curiscriprt-, or ilia
Uuiea.u ofConccriptioV shall order the
1. AppiliOIations l'.:r exe4iLin uuder
, ,"b,":, -d au'tiit r'ii als if the Jibh section
6ftlle i't aoic,"d ,saU te mde 10 lthe
lrnll^Ue ,,diicer ot hth duoutly in which
:ij :ip.-l cALtLt [i.bded, Who will ilhroughly
iii\'.-Ligat. tihe .aie, Sad if- ;ii hi- d, Iy
e-)mjpeLent eidenje, thlI-exCempJ6UnhjlIoIIll


SIX MONTHS after dale, I will present
my accounts and voucher? to J. C. Gaird-
ner, Judge of Probate of the State of
Flrida, fur the county of Alachua. as
Administrator of Ihe estate of Richard R
DPvis, late-of said county deceased, and
ask Lo be discharged from further aduii-l
-ietFation of said estate.
BENJ..J. DANIS, Adiar.
_Jan 2d. 1864 6-6m
TI QX monthhe after date, I will preienl
my accounafs and vouchers a- Admin-
isstrator on the Egt41e of'.JNdchua ;aiffrord
-. deo'd, late of li rnaun'o (c niy. 10 lie.
Judge of Probale of said County. an.] ask,
-for-a final settlement ljid discharge a&
said Administrator of the Estatc.
Pee 4, No. 62---m 0

"-. .: IDEPOSITARY', OFii''..
G iies.villc, Fti..\ Apoil 2t1h, Q5,A ']'* ^
AT'anv -time dUrirng my ab_-enPe, t'ie-
buiiu.. '8-' ofthi oniif'e wilf roctiva pruaif,
atleth ion f rpom+r. S.-A. Swann. -
"" '" "" ..,G.BAtIPETT,
'" Dfpsiari .

.*,:W-A N T, E'D..- !
-1AA ablu-Loiii nrgroes .to wor fork
Lt o the Govel'nment on: Rail Roads,
$4U per month and guod rations will be
given J. H. BURNS.
, Eadwia, Alwil 1.. 6-Ai

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&Lqw 4t^y-'irE.-PAPER,
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6" Y J. M.ARNOW,
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N O TI C E .

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',ln GCod Isour Trust.,".

I 1. Edior

Sationt ^tals.

M. B O E itor.


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The Southern Army. -
. TlIa .h.-A .gmt,-ofo. t-rmv b:-ats with un-
conquorable' anlmaK'on, t,Zitin'i uv
thie marshiall-d fe, and with immutable,
admiration for the caniiail principles in-
corporated in the Chart. of Liberty, and
while -designing politicians are attempting
"to enlighten the people for the. accom-
plishment of their oown ends, the army
turns with the eye of faith to its M5oses,
and expects to follow him safely through
the Red&Sea, with the Chart of Liberty un-
impaired, and consecrated with the inno-
cent blood f its fallen bravs. Jay and
triumph to the armyy. '

For tho counties of Alachua, Marion, Clay,
I'dtnamr, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau, Or-
ange, Suiattr,,Volusia,tm.JoihortcurlatntIes
composing the original -.EastLrn Juhicia
Circuit of Florida. < ...
I will attend to theas;-ignm:n( of Certi-
fitates issued by C. S. Vep,,siiarius fgr the '
A4per'cent. Bonds, and-tra'asact-other No-"
tarial b u rii ness, "'*'.
OkI0o-- FLA. R. R. 0,1ic,,
Gainevlls, VIA.
Apri. 16, 184 87--4t.
Not ,

- ALL persons having claims on thia do-
partment of aMy kind. wbatsoeyer, will
nie forward without delay, and proenm
them., fort payment a the l w dir1,s, or
risk the acrinequencos.
rM ->, & tBr d M ,
'Gainesville, Fla., Uarcb '-6, lG8..

i?>otloe to Producers._
P09Bf 9CAaTmILllAmsh.'s OrSTKV, Tk IN Klve, I
I.rake C'E. Fla., AprilPiIth1i',4. J .
I.N obed ience to in.tructiuns from the A>i(s-
cait 'uarietr.Arter Gixn,)rnl' Office 'ti Axin
Kind. h.-'mD ,.;.,4..Vt., t- niers Ld frirnicrB are
le.?or-, n.hiris teat in U'lluo A .,!.-ilt uire ready
-to receire the I ie faI I l..,1l ihe i.. In, .. :n this
District. 'Ii..,'e ;a ].n. I., t.rn g t eir ltat.ov agrere-
able to th:-.atva nh i tjl-_. W, wnilt iBh..lJ hliab e 1 O ib
forfeit of fl ie'ii fei ,t; h e-, ated; %,fliue .cf iicUt
produce. F. L. L& NCY.
C a p t k P ., t r 3 1 A. :$ L t I .' u D i s.t
Arr:130, Isf10. oV.-O.

rE17/0 good sa.,lls or araft I:>2-E3, and
buggy w-r, double" ,ArueaB-*itld sepa-
ra~tly or toguoter.- AJily to
apri ujsh; C"&-l

HLt'A)QUiATana Cot8M'DT O Co.sacalprios,
Tallatnsaoe, Aprl i 6%1, 180,
,GiC RD "-gr. N065.
Iobeadience, to Circular No 14 of Eureau of
] I.Conscripion, all lt, 0 1*lo te.ndenit of-
'Fl.jriijl bteiwi-n ithu age-, ,.f ae et e.inai- a ci eirll-
W rat, forty.fiv* e nd ity, rrendo red liab le o nMill-
.%ry ievtoas ilthit Ill i.-ito by an &,& of Con-
gr+ tB entitled "an CLt 1 ,trgatiiie forces toer's
aur~nt; et war," pUttl.-2hed in Goiu.ra (-jrders "
,%.). :&u, will rapour uu M'.'.,ay, rte sd day c- MAy
nmxt, to.. in ea. o"r,,illja oriael at e or ef t in ew f, liw.
kng namt .,d plm,..es, ..r the ,arpo,5 of oliening
corepany umnere an4 being urganwa..t -1 iaw om-
,paajes+ "
Ruci.-lZTous No. I-Bluff Springs,
.. 4--Quiney.

.. 7--Madison.
8-L,ake City.
1 l-- euonville.
By order of WN1. MaMU, Commandant.
.E HOU'TOU.1, 1sI. Ls. A. A. G.

Richmond, Va, March 31, 1664. -
Commandant& of (.'onscripta will forthwith
proceed, in compliance with General order No.
33, A. A r. G. O. currency oaries rapidly to enroll
all persons between the ages of 17 aud 18-and
45 and fifly years, allowing then until the fBret
eay of May neai, to join any company for local ,
defence hlch nas been formed under Generil -
Orders No. No. 86, A. A I. G. 0. last series, for the
war, or say other company for loeal defence
whichh has been accepted into the oeriice, and
which, by the terms of its enliert nt, Is liable to,
service anywhere within the Stale, or to form
themselves iptoTolnuntAry organizations of Com.
panies battaliions or regument, and elect their
owo company officers in o-informily with exist.
ing law, as provided ist the 6th eeotion of the
act of Congress to organize forces to serve du.-
ring the war, ptiblished in general order No. 2,
.A. 1.0; 0., clirrnt series. -ThBkse-whO do sb&
before she lIt day of MaT next volunte.er into
companies will be forced into companies bttal-.'
lions and regiments under regulations to be pro.
By command of CL. JOY PuCOM, Supt. *'
0. B DUFFIfLD, .C;%O
E. HOUSTOUN, Ist 1t, *A A. A. G.

,11.- _-- M

A full set of Blacksmith Tools of the
best quality by -,
Gainesville, April 23, 68-"t

So't itc e.
SIX WEEKS after date, I will apply to
A. J. C'assady, Judge of Probote of the
State of Florida, for the county of Sump.
ter, for Letters of Administration an lhe
estate of James Weeks, late of said
county deceased. HAlrRgIT WEEKS.
A pril 28. l _--w "

tfwith P0608" A~d, C4"k ^(^

~9U~P~U~ ~IL

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And p01te who shall then be in service,
fr In the event of hbodeath,-previouo to
the p. riod bf Ouch payment, then' to the
Perso'r or pelnonS who would be entitled
byla'w:a receivo the arrerragen ofhis pay;
but nbo one sliall be entitled to the'bounty
herei .'.provided, who' .hall a& any time,
.during the period of six months next af-
tor the jrst day of April, be absent from
kl command without leave.
4. Be it further enacted, That *o per-
pon shallbe relieved'(rom the operation of
thi. act by reason of having been hereto-
fore dt-oharged from the army, where no
disability now exists; nor fi.hall' those
who hay'.- furnished bubstitutes be eny
)onger.seftetod by reason thereof: Pro-
rald, That no person heretofore empted
on account of religions opinions, and who
hTvq paid the tax, levied 'to relieve him
to ervico shall be required to reqder-
imilliary service under this act.
6. Av it further enacted, That all white
mild r14dents of the Confederate States,
between !he ages of seventeen and krty-
!vo aIfd'Aifty years, shall enroll themselves

,st eu&h times and places,. and. under such
regulations as the President may pre-"
scribe, the time allowed not being less'
than thirty days for those e'at, and sixty
4ays for those west 9f te Mfississippi riv-
or, "ad iny person who shall fail so to en-
roll himself, without a reasonable excuse
therefor, to bejindued nf-ty +h.. 'J 'f V
,-+,, ..,r ifrunfie it the field for
.he' wir, in the s"me manner" as though
they were between th"a"ges of lightenn.
andforty-,five; Provided, that the person
mentioned in this section shall constitute
|t reserve for State defence and detail du-
ty, and shall not be required to perform
servnee caui of the State in which they r.-
s i e I .I
0. ThM all persons required by the fifth
*ofion of this act to' e'nroll themselves,
inay, within thirty days after the passage
thereof, east of the Mississippi river, and
'within sixty days, -if west of said river,
form themselves into organizations of
companies, battarllons or regiments, and
ect their own officers; said organiza-
-tioans to conform to existing laws; and
hafring~so organized to tender tl eir servi-
oee-as: -volunteers during the war to the
President ; and irsuch organizations shall
furni-h p-opor muster rolls, as now 1gnii-
ised. and deposit a copy thereof with tb-
enrolling pffiper of their district, w.hloh
ball be equivalent to enrollment,' they
"miy be accepted as, minute.- men for ser-
iriwe 1n such Staltes, but ia no eyent to 'be
taken out- of it. Thbse who clo'" not so
volunteer and organize, shall enroll them-
seives as before provided; and may, by
thle President, be'required to assemble at
ronvo.'.ijni places of rendezvous, and be
formed and organized into companies,
b6ttalions and regiments, under regula-
tions to.be prescribed by him ; andshall
have &,right,,,, to elect their company and

.reginmI ntal officers; and all troops orgin--
j4*< under-this act for State defencefshall
be entitled, while in actual service, to the
pame-pay and allowance, as troops now
.lli the field. ,+
I That any person who shall Ifail to at-
iend at .the place of rendezvous as require
*34 by'the authority of the President, with.
out a sufficient excuse to be ju.laed of by
him, shall be liable to be place,f in ser-
vice in the fiehl for the war, as if he were
between ':the ages oP-eighteen and forty-
five years of age.
8. That heriafter~the duties of provost
.and hospital guards and clerks, and pf
o clerkts guardR, agents employee,, or la-
borerslin ilihe (.,mmis-Fmry audQuartermas-
ter's Departments, tui I>:orduanc,> bureau,
and clerks and eiiiploh et.q of wtvy agents,
dad all sintilar dtjtie, shallbe p.-rr.,irr.,l
by persons' who. are within the,-ages of
jiC et'ee and forty-fiVe years, a i.,l the
-report of a' a board of army tirgeoniE., "
hall be reported as unable to perform ac-
'6r,'service in~the" field, but capable of
p' performing some of the nbove s-idd duties,
; ri' ;" *eoifing whi'h, and when those -persons
hall have been assigned to thoso duties as
,,. far asBpracticable, the President, shall as-
sign'or detail 10 th,':r '.eoro-:.nc?, :tt!:
~bdies'oftroepN or inulividuul, ri.luired to
". e enrolled urder the "fifth .sectia of this
.. kct as may be'needed lor thedischarge 4f,
i*uch' duties: Proridcd, that persons'b6-
tWeen the ages of' eecNnteen and eighteen
years of age shall be absigued to these du--
liest- Provided further, that n10hiug con-
(ained In this act shall be so c,t<'rueJ al
'' toprevent the PresiJent frum detailing
artisans, "mechanics, or persons ofrsci-
;. 'utific skill, to perfoi m indispeODsihle du.
ties inthe depa~tluentsor bu.'caus heretu
'9. That any Quarlcrmaster or asdialant
quartermasier, comuiiairy or assistant
conimissary, (other h inlho._-e :ervintg irh'
brigades or regiments iu the field, ) ,,r o!^
oerin the O| dnantm; buire.'id, or n'tvy a.'atit-i
orjurovoati marshal, or otficr in "the cm.>-
'*cript service, who shall thereafter emnl'.'
or retain in his eu, plivnienit any p,.-.riim
inatny of the taidrlepartiKnnnor bureau%;
or inany of thie lutie-s menii:iionel in the
eighth section of this a,.'t, in Tiolti,..,a to
the provisions t hereof, shall, on conviction
thereof by a court marliil or military
(rourt, be cashiered ; 'and it' shall be tlh';
duly of any department or district com-
rouander, upon proof, by t'.,e onlth of any
person; that any uch officer liffs violate'l
this provision. immediately to relieve; su.ch
officer from duly, and said comiiadle~r
shall take prompt measurelt 10alve hinj
tried for suohi offencee; nnd any commnan-
der ,as aforesaid failing ,to 'i~erform
Ihe duties enjoined by this section,
shall, upon being duly convicted thereof',
be. discharged from the st-rvice.

10. All laws granting exemptions from
Mpitary service be, and the same are here-
by repealed, and hereafLer none shall b.:
exempted except the following:
1. All who shall bebc-ld unfit for mili-
tary service, under rules to be prescribed
by the Secretary of War.
2.-, The Vice President of the Confeder-
ate 'States; the member and officers of
Congress, ofthe several State Legislat ures,
and such other Confederate and State offi-
cers as the President or the Governors of
the respective States mIay certify to be ne-
cesss'y for the proper administration of
the Confederate or State Goverprmenta, ai
.he case may be.
0. 8." ey minis er ofreligion juibhorized
to preach according 1o the rules of h'is
Church, anud who, at the patsage of this
get, shall he regularly employe-t in the
discharge of his miniisterial duties ; super-
intIndents and physicians of'asylums of
deaf, dumb, bliLd and insane ; due e.titor
S. to-eaclyiewEpaper being published at the
time of ILe passage of tinii act, aad such
employees a. a-nid edlitor may certify ou
oath to be indei.Iensabl to the publication
oat; uch newip-iper; the public printer of
the. Confederate and Sttie Govci nments.
and suoh journeymen printers as the i'aid
- printer shall cerify ou oath to be indes-
peusable to perform the public printing;
Ome skilled apoLhecary tv each apot hec.iry
dhop,: who was doing bLsini.ss as sk>oh
upoithecary on the I,)ih day of October,
1862,.and has coutinued Eaid businesA,
without inlermiss;ousiuce that period ; all
physicians over the age of thirty years
in the practioaof their profession, but the
term physician shall ntjt include dentists.
.&I' preskients and teachers of colleges,
theological seminaries, academies and
sohouls,'who have been regularly engaged
a such for two years next, before the pas-
cuiage of this act : Prppidfd, that the.bene-
': jf t exi e 'emplion shall extend to those
*ijd-u-- only whose schools are co)mpoSetl
"IcldjitjrmBJudentsr more. All puperin-
Il.idpaiTofipublic hospitals estabiihetd
by Jt&fWhbo&the passage of tlIAs adt, and
."$uf eip a the said superimendcnt
asiall certify*on oalh to be e0s1nti3l to the
MAnaagemeu.L thereof,

cover our position. 'The enemy was also
reported to be moving out slowly from
Cleveland yesterday in the direction of
Pved Clay. ;'"
R1iclaOiSD, April 29.-The flag of truce
boat arrived at City Poiut last night with
50 officers and. 860 men. Northern pa-
-pers of the 27th, P. M., contain accounts
of the battle of Plymouth, which repre-
-sent the Federal loss at 150 killed,, and
2500 captured. The Rebel lass i' repor-
ted at 1500 killed-an enormous- lie, It
is also stated that all the negroos found in
uniform were taken out and shot.
. Dispatches from New Orleans state that
the Rebls, had destro0yed' not less than
75,000 bales of cotton O Raed River.
A St. Louis telegram of the 25(h, says :?
New Orleans advices of Lhe 18th general-
ly concedethat the battles in Louisiana'
were adverse to -Banks, as the enemy re-
maained on the ground- after Saturday's-
fight, while Bank? retreated four miles,
The report of another fight on the 10th
was a Imistake. The Union army ',aa at
Grand Eeore, Fortifying lb.ii sides, of the
river. Banks and A diral Porter were
,, r1. '" "ys..uve fe it Wa,-
ter at Grand ire. Thiaguhiboat-li'l-
port was agrulind. Prisoners +taken re:
port that 'Kirby 'jmith and Siblley were
kille;t...-Cotton in New Orleans had de-
clinod. Sugar'had advau.p.d.
IMemphis advices of the 22d say For-
rest's'entire force aie moving towards Al-
abama,' foe)owed by Grierson. Price had
evacuated Camden, Arkansas. Steele
occupied the place. Muiphey, was inau-
gurated' Gover nor of Arkansas with great
pomp on the 18th.
The Yankee House of ;Representatives
adopted a joint resolution increasing the
tariff temporarily- fifty per cent incoln
has accepted 80,000 troops tendered for
six months' service by the Governors of
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinoise,
Iowa iandwi-oousin. They rill be used
for garrison duty, receiving veteran
troops. A large force leftTort Royal on,
the 1.4th for Fortress Monroe.
Accounts from Mexicob report-that Vid-
"aurri bad fled from-Monterey with .ll his
forces on the advanced ofJuarez troops. -
Burhside's corpsI recently encamped
near Annapolis, pa-efl through Washing,
ton en Monday afternoon.' ,
The report iliat the Florida was at Rem-
edies is untrue.
LaLor strikes throughlout'the North and
Butler denies writing the protest re.
gently attributed to him.
Gold in New York on; the 26th was-185
-in Biiituare on-the 29th. 181J,
The Yau-ees who came up the. Penins-
ular yesterday numerated about 150 cav-
alry, They remained ;,at Barhamville a
short time-and returaa4 in. the direction
of VViliamsburg.
.W ILMINGTON, April 20.-Aft five o'clock
this r;.orjitng a.'out, 4,41..0h balesof cotton,
25 ;riigiI ct-r;. the'railroad offices, 'rosin
aLd oil works,, cotton pre;s. Berry's ship'-
yard, sheds, &OT, were Iurned. The loss
is estimated at.five millions of dollars.-
The 1eCofederate g.oyerrnment lost about
one Inilliou- the bL'ila 1..,e f.tlli 6,i individ-
uals. 'The insurance; is only about ten
thousand doll'ars. '
[tvnor ite Chtumbianr Extra.i
MOBILE, DiJ. y *d.'-'r. NVftgh e F bearer
of dispatches f.om'Gen. Kirby Smith,
states the r ..ui of tLhs battles oa tlih *8,i
aud -9th on Red River were as follows: A
complete defeat of the enemy wit.hloss es-"
tim'ated by'Gen. Taylor, at 8,800 killed,/
wounded -and missingj; but their o.wn-ad
mission pus thoi, numbers at 13,1)u). We
captured 21 pieces- of artillery, ]',\ "stand of arms, 1.2'.l.. m-let $00O. wag un?,
-and-large qunamiiy of ,.totes3. Our loss,
officially, 2,200. Generais Msot,:n and
Green" lill':.d. Thr~e-e Yankee Geuerals
reported killed.. The enemy's, force was
80,000; ours from 1 ,,'.,0 to *-'',,O'.. G~n
Ktrby Smtth: d rested operations, anu.l
Taylor commanded .the. centre, walker
and Maint~er the wings. On Sund'y ih:.
enemy a'leint.td [o cross the I~iver arnd
were attacked again and, whipped worse
than before, but no particulars. Forty
steamboats of all classes asc~nd,..d the
River and were all above Alexand,'ia. and
no possibility of esc-ipe. Ten or twelve
boats blown up and butut to avoid cap-
ture. Mr. Wagner sav? (he soldiers and
citizens reported that Price seemed to
have fallen back in api-ar~ait disorder,
abandoning everything. Whenothe Yan-
kees reached hns trains they broke ranks

and scattered to plunder. Price turned
and cut them to pieces, capturing 4"000
prisoners. 250 wagons, with all their am
munition, baggage and supplies. It is al-
so reported ihat. Steele evacuated Little
Rock, and was falling back towards thie
Mississippi River. This statement is co-
roboraled hy Yankee account in Miss-issip-

Melancholy and Fatal Ac cident.
RICUMOND, May 1.-On Saturday eve-
ning, at, 7 o'clock, Joseph, son of President
Davis, died of injuries- received by a fall
from the.back portion, a ..the Executive
mansion. His parents were from home at
the time, and the accident was not discov-
ered until the little boy was found by a
servant in an insensible condition in the
yard. Every restorative that could be
thought of, was applied, but all to no ef-
G.(RAN C. H.. May 1st.-Burnside'has
certainly,''arrived at Alexandria, and is
moving rapidly to form a junction with
Grant in Culpcper. Reports from the en-
,.roy's line essiae that there iN great activ-
;t;, id 1leIlr cIntp-'..1% if couei4tr:itiug in
Culeper. The impreasion i. general
hIere Illt G,'ant will advince tllis week.
"The reaads ftre (dry and hard, the weather
fine. aqd our troops in excellent plight
every way:

4. There shlll be exempt one person as
owner or agriculturalilY n&.-+f'?r or
plantation upon which thei are now and
were, on the Ist day of January last} fit.'
teen able-bodied field hands between the-"
sages of 16 and 60, upon the following, con-
ditions : .
I. This exemptions shall only be granig,1"
in cases in which there 'Is no" lfite male
adu.t pn'te farm or" plantastion not liable
to military .duty,. nor unless the person
claiming the exemption was on' the 1st
day of January, 1864, either the owner 9r
manager,, or overseer of said plantation,
but in o iase 'shlall more than one person
be exempted for one farm or plantation.
II. Such person shall first execute a"
bond, payable to the- Confederate States
of America, in such form and with such
security and in such penalty as 'the See-
retary of War may prescribe, conditioned
that he will deliver to the Goyernment at
some railroad depot, or sueh'ot'her place
"or places as may be designated by the Sec-.
retary of War, within kwelie months next
ensuing, one hundred pounds of bacon, or
at the election of the Government, its
equivalent in porkk, and one_ hundred 1bs
of net beef, (said beef to be delivered on
foot,) fqr each able-bodied slave on said
farm or plantation within the above said
ages, 1,'orbe.-' said slaves are in the field
or potl, which said bacon or pork and beef
price fixed by the Commissioners of the
State under the impressment act : -
Provided, That when the person thus
exempted shall produce satisfactory evi-
dence that it has been impossible for him*,
by the exercise of proper diligence, to
furnish the amount of meat thus contraG-
ted for and leave an adequate supply for
the subsistence of those living on said
farm, the Secretary of War shall direct"a
commutation of the sara3 to (he extent, of
two-thirds thereof in grain or other pro-
visiona to be delivered by -such perzoi as
aforesaid at equivalent-rates. 3. Such
person shall furthermore Hind himself to
soil the marketable surplus of provisions
and grain now on Iland, and which he may
Taise from year to year, while the exem-
ption c3ntiaues, to .th3 Government or to
the families of soldiers, at prices fixed by
the Commissione'rs of tad State under Lle1
impressment; aot: Provided, That any psr-
eof, exempted, as aforesaid, shall be ea-
tltled to a credit of 2.5 per .Qeit,, on any
am-ount -of meat which he may, deliver
within, threeinonfhs from the passage of
this ac: Provi, 7 fi',,.,d, That persona
coming within t J.. ,....vi 4,.., of th!s exemp-
tion shall not be. deprived of. the benefit
thereof by reason of havin 14beeni enrolled
'>since the 1st. day of February, 1864.
In addition to the foregoing exemptious,
the Secretary o.f War may, under the di.
rection~pf the President, em,mpt- or detail
such other persons as he may ba- --it, fi-1.l
,ought to be exempted on account, of pub-
lic necessity, and to .insure the production
of grain and other provision far tile ar-
my and fmiiities of soldiers. He may al-
so grant exempt~ions.or details, on such
terms as' lie Iay pxescrioe to such
ouerseers,, farmers or planters as,. ha
+may be satisfied will be more -useful to
tho country ia the persuits of agriculture
tfhan, in tlie military service: j'r,:'.';,jrl.
That, such exemptiom shall cease wvl,',i v-
er the farmer, planter, or overseer siall
fail diligently to employ in good faith his
own-'skill, capital and labor exes:tsively in
the production of grain and other provis-
ions, to0be sold to the Go'-erumen! i/and the
families of soolier3 at such prices not ex-
ceeeing those fixed at, the time. {*>'l the ar-
ti.--ies by the Commiusioners ,:f" tlio St'..e
under the impressment act.'
5. Thei. Presidentt, treasurer, udihtor
.and suiipeiinte ,eiji u ajy r6if-.. d yCom-
p.,a r engaged in t ,11-J'jJ.'1 Lri:,n t,,1' tl4
Government, and i..j ,.i'ea 3 &nIl em-
cloi:vc-i thereof.as the president cr su-
ti~i in:enflert s''hall c'r.ify c-1: aa.th44to be
ildinpeiisable to' the ctfi','iec, operation of
said railroad: Provided, that the numb?"
'of persons so exempted-by this act on any
riia.lr t'ls'anll tibt exceed one person for
I ;.:'.: ni .l of -l*id ,.. in actual Use for
*u il;:,'3ry' ,ran r,:,,.t ,:.:, ; and saij exempts
slial be reported by name and description,
.wNih the names of any W']p tu> ,"have left
th,.- L ip',], rnecit of said company, or-who
.may cta.-E To be indispensable. "
6. Nothing hereiu contained sharl b.
construed as "rer.'alini the, act approved
April lilth, 1863, exe-,ipting contradtors
for carr,-ing the mails of tbp'Cou'e.h.:-tie
Siate's' anAI the drivers of post +coaches
atud ii;.cks, from military service : Provid-
thlis acit Bslall n., c,:..,,t'intt;Ii l.ile ti|e re-r-"
sosn so etempted- are actually ehga~geu.'in
t'heiy r,:-iji,.tiv!? pursuits" a~nd occupations.
"See. 11. 'Thit the Prciidi.-,t be, and he
is hereby authorized to- grant details, un-
der general rules and regulations-to be is=
sued from the iWar Department., cipher of
persons: .between 45 and 50 years of age,
0or from the army in the field in aLII c.tse'i,
where ia his judtgm H ui, ju ti..e, equity and
tjej.:s~iiy req'.iirte saohii d .t,-ils, and he may.
)'tiuke cit,:i, ,)r,.le,'s",tu-d details whenever
he-thinik:, propar : Provided, that the pew-
er herein granted to the Presideut to make
de ;ai ait,.i exemptions shall n~ot b'6 eon-
stl ue'.1 tj authorize 1l<4,- esxemp;i m1 "or~de:,
t'jil of a~y c,:,airi..t'ir for, l'ii niahin,., sup-.
plies of ^ny kio-J toi the government,, by
.reason o said,' c..,Ut,',,et, Unless the head
:or secretary of the ,d *.Iarl,'Lj.nt mn ,kkDg
iu Lh c,:,titr,i,:.t. F'.,a l certif.y i 'th h l l ,,:- ;;
social satrvieos .of such c,,utrt,:to;r arc in-

dispeEjs.,hle t*o> tle )' .e,:,ltiou of t'),a con-
tract Provided further, ih.tt wherlnerr
such o:intracior shiall fatil dilizentilv a%.i
of.ithi'ull.,, to pro..-ed wih thi eieoution.of
such conMLact, Lis exemption or detall
shall ceas.<.
Seo. 12. Thvt iu appiani;ng IoCal 1, oar.
(-f gurgeiLis f..,r (he lieaniuaiiu of lper-
sons lible to mal(tary 9 e r'.i..'n. ,)i nembi'r
ce mposn'g tre 6,a,me, .-.,Bll l)o appointed
from the county or ,iirolllnig district. in
whIch they are r.,lired to makethe.x:
APPROSED, FebrU, '*V 17, 1864. *
I. The supcrinteu lence o-_f tlie nias-
ures necVsiL l-'y fl-r t11d rurlAPm tu er ,mi-
nolion, cnlistlme t, i;1s gatueul. detail aurd
exempiion of all pr0]iii -.,t belung:ng to
the army, in tlhu rS ati.s ea.-t of the Mis-3is-
tsippi river, who ave ,pliacd in the military
service by ihe ab.ive a.'t of C,.,ngres-, is
devolved on the Bureau of Uscripion ;
aLnd all offc.-ri an>:l persuns aiaiged ...,r o
be empl-Wed ih llie conscript service or
upo other duty imposed on the Bure:iu,
sha.l b.. stbjeat to it( oitlers, and their
various ac7s and decisions ni-iy be revi-.ed
thereini, under Lbe orders anl instructions
of the War Departmuent.
II. The ure,,' of Cuns-ription, uudl.;-r
the ordipra lof the Pel',",rtuee t, will pi.o-
ceed to organize in every Suite, etficieut
agencies for the performance of the ne-
ces.iary dutit- imposed iby this arder.--=
These 'gencies will cisis .-of a Comeit u-
dant of Cnscr'lpts iu each State, a suita-
ble number cf camps of instruction, un-
der the charge of c.)iutnv.lners. and eurol-
ling ofi.Pirs, aul lldill masters, to be ap-
po'inied ur assigned under ail's of Con-
gress or the odetrs of the War Dep'art,-
ment. The Bureau of (-'on3crip:ion will,
by iustructions to these, officerss, designate
the duties Lhat they ball perform, tlhe re-
poris they shall make, and determine
the effect of their certifictes and other
official evidence they may be required to
la the performance of the datids of
making exemptions and details,, this Bu-'
reau of Conscription may from time to
time organize within the State, temporary
boards to,.-obtain iuformati,;n and advice
relative to the neceisity or prorriety of
eneptidons or detail sor b- granted uader
the provisions of the above aqt of Con-

IIL. Alj. ap.lic'aajip.;;for exemption'or,
Aetail under "R.is nat; 'ex-cept as hereafter
excepted, and except -such details A~s are
rpeuire fqr the service 'of any of the
military buraaus, or for service in' any of
the departments of the Government, will
be made in writing ,to the enrolling. offi-
erF 9f the appr,,.priite county or district,
and be supported by .the affidavit of the
applicant a.d other testimony under oath.
The enrolling officer Will endorse his opin-
ion on each and every application, and
transmit it to the commandant of con-
scripts for' his approval, with a -ertificate
for approval. If the enrolling officer ap-
prove the application, he may gr.ant a cer-
tificate of exemption- for a period not ex-
ceeding 60 daps, which shall remain in
force fr' that period, unless counterman-
ded byv the commandant of coniiscripts.-
Every applicant for exemptioa' or detail,
whose claim shall be refused ,by the en-
rolling officer and commandant of con-"
scriptsa will be.allowed -an'nappeal to the
Bureau of Conscription and the War D3e-
p'lrtmnct,. But until the applications ha
been mnade to the enrolling officer and 4he
conmnandant of conscripts', applications
will not be entertained by the War P9-
partaent. : .
IV. Applications for exemptions to in-
sure the production of provisions for thie
army amdjfamilies of soldiers, and for the
,vf, ..~ ... i :. .... ^ ..... .. .....P*" w .....-^t :n"._
t('rs. or ,lip,.-tuase tLueir service. will be more
useful tor' the public as agriculturalists
than in the military service, or of persons
between t.he ages of 45 and 50, because
justice. equity or necessity requIie the
detail, or because their employment is ne-
cessary to the public, shall be made to
thfe enrolling officer in writing, with the
affidavit of the person making it, aftrd ac-
c.,.in.alie 1 with proof oione or more cred-
ible witnesses. MThe, application hj-.i'l
sboy with precision the condition'of the
alleged private and public t,.-:'i. ,, ad-
vantage, convenience, juStice or' eq~uity.
Among the facts to be stated, are'the abili-..
ty of the.party to produce the provision.
or supply the want-'or, requirement, ..the
condition of the famil-, whether any of
the if, jol.,or 'belong to the army. iand
.whetlier some perso0- nt liable to ,iilit t-
ry service cannot be procured to pef.jh
the service. If the d<.i.ion of the ,lucil
enrolling officer, I.1 fivo'al1, lie h will
tra-namit tlr? same"to tle t',,,r,,, .i of
c:,iii?','rl;i ,' f-ji' a. l,!'*v l who may :if he
approve, grant ox l. ti .,: ,r ,1.:6 : )1. .,;.1
days, and enderi'. Li i,;[,,:,t thereon,
which will i.,,i tramtiui,.ld t othe--Bureau
,:,f C,.'n-..ril~t.i r:i> ll t w ill |irep Ire
*ie,:;ai LS-rt [ .: 0:1 1 ^1-) g *1, t' e !,."1 ,.I.. o01
tes uth : ,' iii i : ,?i.-: ) tii .:lass or,
cases.. -.
.. V A l.' .xti.,. o f,,' c-ei't;'',:at.,3 of e_:-
em ptiou n,.I,.r [h,:-[ :.1 21 ri?'.:-, Eilh sectiio
of the-, ,:; al'r.-. !, a:,:l J; la ;arti[ le of'
tile same sectio -w_ ill ,I-1 m 1 ,I,_ in all cr--
gs to the local ,eniollin #-hiee'r. au' lhiS
.1- l'i,;1.'.( m ust L.I i.[,',.-.ve I.,y tile Coi
-P,:". -i: ,'-I' 'i disti'i I Ul' .u.11,.11- ,1.6 1-: r. A p -_
pI,- >ii..! for .ex m L ,'i u-nder,,the 5 h i'i-.
ticle of the.!lth section, r.:litive 4o thee_
,. ^^u,,.ti..ni ,.,f >:,,i..r., r- n;1 [,;.'*1 c'japo',"-
e I o n'l h .,a !*, m ay I i li dl ,ha ,I 't.I lv ( ,:,
thle Commandant "of .',., -.rilts[I "ir tle
SI it"wh, w iio w ll grant []i> i *:, ',iifiic> l ,.,- e .--
re ption aut,:' '-i h-1 v l [ v, tp.),', ,,n;)ii-
;Vn.-, w ;t ], ih :. t: ,hI i 6 :, t. ,:t 'L J in thie
act of Congress, by -h-e ,..'.icr' lier-ein
m ention,.'d. .
VI,. TIe attention of all t.i.:r-..,'" the
Govornm'3nt, aind especially of those bo-
longing u tile ria lilar ,' ,1, I' rtii-,.,i, m n-
tl'...i':, l ,'hereini, isf dire'i: ,'-.1r i ,.t!i,: I i .{d ,g,-'
an :l I.' ['-. 't of th e 8 1 -...:. i i] ..*..t
0of r '....r, *a above recit0d, Congress-h.iss-
ra-lif'e'g'red, in varios "enacetmrents, the,
l j{'-", to withdri w from the civil serve
11 1ll .r-. C',- i WP .i-? ,, performing duty in-
h .l ,. i .>!. '! l ,,this 'tcclmpauiied witht aso-
a. ,'a p 1,1' y to be imposed up:'a t h03 ffi-
ce'r-who'may-fr.ustirtte -it. -Th- }J urr.au ...f
Consctipditon will proceed to -ft'.,j.l 1',. ,-
.ty all p-rsonfi who lmany be. so emplo.Yd -
But to prevent, th, inconvenience and dis-
order tiat .would follow from the instan-
t.anouns exacnion of the law'"details may
be granted until the l3th day of April
next, for -such -of thosa persons: aA th
had of any dapartment, or:the chief of
a*y -Bureau, or the principal office of
'the same- in any State .shall certify to be
necessary for that .im ,, to carry on the
business in which~they are employed. 'In
the mean time, it, is made the duty of the
olB'-. r, c o "-iht ,'io'; this class of- persons, to
subs~tiut'e, as far as praci~ica~ble, persot
*who are designated it} tt~is act as proper
to fill such employment for those who'
.are made liable to service by the ,a-ct.
VII. Corjn,'ripts unfit for duty in tfhe
field, but, capable of per.formuigti ij'hr du,-
ties natne4 in t.he+8lhi ,,setion of the act
recited, wiil b? sel:-.'tie I .xn I recommended
accordingly, by the board'of exam--nerS
for ciot, *,'rr,['ts, w-ho, iu their reports will
state ,li-.tii.:tl, for What service, 0r, for
which ctepartment,-of t~he army Such o0oa-
scripts are b'zstfitted; attd commandants
of conscript.s ,filt +assign them in accor'-
dance Wi&hSuoli-te,:su',,:-u,!x i..,n, or, fail-
in.; lo ,i1 .tti?', wi!i report "for assignment
"ttl.r.),.,glt thei bu "eaiu of con~scrption.to the'
.cliel ,.,r rp.lL ,,t ,he ,d-',_aliie-utmi.:nt.n
which, they ::have see' i ,:.0,jaru,-u .1 '.J for+
s.nrv'i.'e, h ijoii.:s- ..,f s~uch ,..oaii ii,'s. All
ce'rtiii,:.i,.s of c it m ,flea io r , be signed by thne L-xauiiiing Ilioa;rd, .iu.J be
ri,;. t'.!-..-! *1 by Ihe' enr,**'I, ii,lh o.!B :.'r ,jl' the
icsag~re-_-,;,)ual di,'ri.;i ; Aud wh'ei tr', car-
tificatl? .,dl3 forth that thedi.ttility is de+
(iiele ..ld per'inh,.nt, it will exeiiipt the
p'trly fr,.,.,u m-nl>;s!'ion :by e.nrollin]. ,fi:.B

thecomedy. Mr. B., asasage and prudent father 1
was instant in season and out of season, to give
his.Rose good advice, and sometimes wholesome
reproof, .while Rosa was equally herself in won-
derful submission when It stated her purpose,
an.I a perfect Virago, when Mr. pson was absent.
Mr U' was equally happy in approaching his lady
love, or.in remonstrating with the'father; And
Kate, in my judgment, showe.-d great "discretion,
in her reto'ta Upon father, suiter -and daughter.
The drill of tae Awkward Squad, would rival
Lb ngstreet's Ga. Scenes, "
LIast,but not leastbthe supper was prepared with
great taste, and in rich abundance ; and it may
seem wonderful to many, ho.* so much could
be accomplished in so short a time, and under
such difficulties. ,
I understand the receipts of the evening A,
mounted~to twelve hundred dollars. wrieh will.be
appropriate to 1l4e benefit of the sick soldiers
and their families. .
Great credit is due tq the ladies who wan-
,-otjthq .outside work, aswell as to those-
who performed inpublio.
5rd now I cannot resist a remark sug.-
lestcd _by this ittie, incident., connected
with many others of like character., -We
have two armies that cannot be conqnered.
First, pur arMi9$ in the field, know no
si;.,h word as submit. Their eyes gleam,
and their hearts beat high whenever tthe

Gainesvlle, ]Flao.

Ye will give particular attention to ap-
plictions for Exemptions and Details, of"
.Planters,' Artisan3. &ec., under the lateaaot
of Coa#res.-. He n)y ho fouud ',t his .-
office iu the C.,urt House, ur atllr.;ol]e "*
of thie "Cottet Sitates." +!'"

T. t .+'
James A. Weddon See War. .
S. R. Mallory sec 0ojNAvy ]
e T Tppeariaffto the maisfaction of the Court '
tha [110e !!ata ijefvtdants, Jamcs a Seddon,
Secretary of War, and Stephen' R. .Mtllory, SSec.-
of the Nvy.of the confederateS(atei reside be.
yond theLlimils or the Stt,-Ao Florida, to wit, in'
the State of Virginia, It IT therefore ordered
that notice be perfected bv publication for the
Space of four in,..nth9. i "a:-cordcmnce with tih b
termsof the -tattam. in su.:h casea ifhnde and '
-provided, and Ohut the said defend ts be requir- '
ed to plead answer or domur to said bill of cor-" '.
p ai.P, within aid li.,me or the same will be taken,
r-fu-uejis~^ -,JID*Ithemn.
Oainevilile, Ap il e-tb, ."L + *:
.S:P. BEVILL, ..
+:' ~Cl'k. Qt (. A. ;+
M a y 7 tp 1 5 6 J 20 4 m .. :

F0 Ro-R sA'iA l.B.
C OPPERAS, Fna ERif6lcPowder and Ca-
%/ ter Oil .. r ".
Gainesville, May 7, -" 70-41t

Administratrix Nottoe.,
-ETTERS .of Ahminisirallon hav~in&.
_U been granted tv the underainged, [.y.
the Probate Court of Marion Coun&y, Fla.
on" the Estate af George W. Stokes,' #4
the 9th of Feb. 1864. All ,er'qqus having
claims against said Estat'are hereby no-
tified to pre.,eut, itbem legally autheatica-
ted, within the time prescribed lly l.Lw, or
they *ill be barred, and -all 'persons in-
.debted'are requested to tmtke iinmediate +
payment.- BETTI'L SIleKES.
,; *. .. kAdmr'x,



on the field, and eae lke Fu Jau, i
ready to say,

"Come one, come a}l, this rock shall fly,
From its firm base, as soon as II'- -
And next, we have an army of Ladies-
Heaven Bless them-who cannot be sub,
dued. Well did a Yankee soldier tell a.
lady in Jaeksonville "bat for the women,
we would soon whip the South; but if we
whip the men, we will then have all the
women to whip, aad that would.be.still
harder work." AnTour ladies are giving
aid and c..,aitort in every po-.ible way to
our brave s,.,ld;vrs They have in a mea~
sure made. themselves slaves, without in
any m tanner compromising th,,ir dignity'
or self respect. And when Ihe white plum-
ed dove .hall again nestle ii the temple of
peace, n.:.\t to out gratitude to God. ill
beaour praise to the fortitude, patriotism
and piety of woman. SIGMA.

CAMP 21) FLA., RIG'T, 1
Apiil il]h, 1,66 .
M It. "EDITOR :-Please find enclosed ilie

+- Lt. Gea. U.S Grant.
If Gen, R. E. Lee, g.g to: he leeward
oflie U. S.Grant in his..snrveys, and tea
cI..-s him theart"of "-changing b 1i-e" in a
scientnc ind ,r',.',',,' manner, both Graut
and Lin,:'ln wiii t1cl ai cheap t-,nd applnear
a.s ired i.i-ul,p.,i as two.wet d.:. s who lost
their ,t:,'i4 on a rainy d-ay, and somebody
e:will be'elected to supply the place of
the Illinoisv baboon, in the estimation of
. 4ep. .ople more scien.,i.1a i n r..,--:a!i ,y, than
aniy on the gc-obe. -.:

Do a,;o 'You .1;,(- ? :11,1l re ,peel I 1! li h i ls
of ,:t' t er; at the same lite., is lib,1ly,
which applies in soeiai ;a wc- l as politi-
cal life. On ih.-..e "'r',uni we are .-oui ing
i:,.tt ,:11' h'j I.1 t'jr ..trt.. .-lad on these
grounds we exp,'ct t, 1 r.,,ml' over Lin-
C.jlinwh1lt'hi, lct' of Goths and' Vandals
bdfor,? the I-lt o(,' ;in'tjhr winter howls
, a o,,0.1 1he ,:i, ',p S'll C our..,, o br-b se and
U r l -' ,'i 1 ,? .'"J. ^. ,'

Fs rck.ig-s for S "llierg.
I- M r. ,--.ac .n l t'tlil- t,.,n, .S'lia c A.,eijt, will
i leave for V i'^- ii ,i-,-.,: the-*' .'h of t hi s
Su:,.n'.ib, ', *'.,li ,.,.lr ,o'our soldiers in
the ai-my there, all p,.ckagl-'e-wllicA their
fi ;,:-., *:"'y ia' td to hiim fit Monticello, by
-t'ht t L.t: ,.- ilhV w.-,i be taken ou frtee of
-i all expense-to the saldlers., Mr; Putles-
* ton-wil! ret u rn'about -the middle of June
and ,vl start the first week in July; for
the a+rni in, N'rtlh-ern 'G *_Drg'a',., at which
-r.-u he--w,!, takl3 charge ofall packages
wbich itnyi;.avo been hs.eat t,j.hli aI t,.on-
* tic-2llo up to iita.t time 4All package+'
should'be well p ,.',: ,; :.;:;1,. strapped,
-;.1, ; plain'y :.. ,,\, '"
-: "0ai fe> rfichmond." '
Tlhe New Y7orl Indspcndo.ut is. Preparing
the public mind for the'progvess of events.
It thilks Q! t. i pretty safe. in his "on'
to Richmond," {ond 'gives the following af-
ter pic,=e of ,the'progisa'nme ;
The ne w rat ioa'l n minating conven-
tion will be h.-.l in Richmond. Blacks
and whiteswvill'f perhaps raingle equally
in its debates and decisions, and it would
bean act.ofjusieoeitf one of these long-
bpprcssd and :de,3pised friend* of God
should be selected, with-some one of their.
great co-fighle:s, tik Gai. Grant, to rep-
resent at ranetwye nation, the matter ,and
i model of the w crld.

For the Cotton States.
Tableaux and Concert
+ I hops iIh,:r.. -ltor will pardon the undersigned
foray stiort, c i't b ,.p -n..-- and a brief space
in his paper.' The evening ot th.e22d ult. was de-
voted to an entertainment of no u "u l in tr eat, to
"the it izen, of Gainesville, and vicinity thereof.,
This Was well effected by amusements offered
by tlie, tdies- ir, the -hapc? of.Tableaux ,c',n.'erl,
(hra&.].3. &o. None onmappr,:c.tiite th. perform-"
ances who did not witness them, and it would be
invideouti- to make distinctions where all were
best. My feelings are the best index of my ap-
rt i'., it,-,n of th. OThiiilh.hn : for' was f ritirelv

May i!

. 'u0-4t

sum of'

for which you will

please insert the adverti-cment enclosed
in your paper as often a& lthe money will
pay for.
A young man in the army of N., Va.,'
is an2ions to opeta a correspon denee

with some young lady witha view
of Matrimony. Must be good looking and
of a cheerful disposiliou, and real name
AddLIss J. C. S"
.L2d Fiorida :Regimient,
Perry'a Brigade,
A. . Vs.

Losses in this War.
'we rtae from- thePhiladelphia "North
Ame'rican" the following litt, made up to
tlre 1.. Stptel, mber 1S'"3, including (.he
boitl! Chickamauga :

Killed Woundedd Prisonrrs
188i 1,270 3,965 2,772
1862, 14,5.56 57i264 1'5,876
1511-i 12,821 4 81,800Q 1_,21 ;.~
Total 2 .,117 99,459 8. ,.-Sa-.
C.tl I..r.,'cs died of disease a

* 7,987
1t; .,4 2
8 z^

rod sick-

nes from c-: ,1i .-ncfitu .of war .t p s-
eCt time 13j,000.

Ki-lled( Wounded Prisoners
1861 2,724 .9,791 9.144
1862 2'.,879 U C9,07,3 -1,f.5~, A
1863 15,363 53,-981 33,2-'>

Total 40,966 .132,7,45 89,0u9
Federals died of disease and s
daring sme time, 290,000.
Federal losses in battles, &c ,
<; by" sicknles &.,,

Federal total loss in 8 years,
Confederate loss in battles,
&e., 217,465



262, ;-'5



Confederate loss by sick-
niess,, &C.,


Confederate total loss in 3 "
years, 3471$465 347,465

Excess of Federal loss 205,255
'h: t,...til loss, North anid South, accord
,ling to.this has been 900,185-which
-when the'full three years of war ate en-
ded,; will doubtless rise to a million !


\WILLUINGTON, April 29.-A fire occur-

i.'Cel's, utllly. O ifi 'r i 'r.tLrleLa i )ti tihe r ........ 1 ... o .. .. ,- 1 ami4ed w- I e t r o th a n o t
bureau of. erQs(riplion. amazed when I entered the large room. of the Td last night on the,,west side of the .v--
VIII. JThe-".exatmining board will for- court house.- Th who.)le was densely crowded, er, which cottsutned the offices of the Wil-
wTarli -. f Ihe mouily/sports of and-u.:han awortnt ,f beauty is seldom seen, mington and Manchester railroad, thirty
c.ns.:r r,. examined. through ihe e,,,olling Thtendedl Of o the. l, n ax _nd adjoining counties, i freight oars belonging to iht Georgia
Viliceo.l V t h 6 I.e o r.. -r .ional diL iLt1.i I lj 4ttended.n tUrg- I, in bers.- d as performers o
cumandantAt ,.,f1 1,.a,,rip[, t ilho wwll rerer andspeqtaiors, equally contrlbied to the inter- CentralV Railroad,. and 1.ry building
the saine3, with r..-m.rk-ir, to the bureau of est of the occasion. south of the depot, including the Confed-
couJeripiWiut. l,, I>).ar, will also for- 'The, Band of ltie 6th Fla. Battalion erate cotton press, Berry's miohine "rail-
ward oue copy dirego t tlaU Surgeoa Gnii- c.mmenci:.d the pertormmnoes wiih several, way, and all the cotton stored south';of
IX.. Medical officers and employed 'phy-, pies., on thei. vat ious instruments, aB ti l ferry, about iv thousand bales. -The,
s~ciahs exuuc iutni g b,)-:d r eon:rci.ipts, during the.niglit L-hpered Ihe audience and Ioks is estimated at six" to ten millions -of
will not be assigucd to, Cng'ressional dis-. he illage withtheir slirringmartial.notes, dollars.
trlcs iu w!hirl, they are residents. The. About 12 next dav, nthey fw,,ed the town" [We. ler that -the Central Railroad
eutplo,'v-A physici',,ts will receive the pay wiIh their parting notes, and took up the had not more than nineteen -or twenty

X. Medical l line of march foi the depot, with t h thanks cars at Wilmington. A dispatch received
Exatu', ing Boardi f,,r conscripts will be of the ch izeiiN. a frpl favrand tlheirbatft from that place, dated 26th, and forward-
dir>ecte-d tV ref-.oit for orders to the coul' Wi*lies for theirI fit tiu h-tpplnecs. ed on the 27(h, says that he cars, with a
m ,uI Int of con-cripts of S.ates. The mu,ie .waall that could be wished. The number of prisoners, would leaye *e
XL1 re id^ ,sILe .,fflcer.4>u orIhe C.,n rcda- ,youn ladie..withlten ,1ii 'ii.ate toB-heexrqs *,,
rat.3 an1d State ,:,riucet'. rornf the P.i- ,yuWhe n ,ut.to*.gs, express- morning. If the cars departed as expec-
rat. atJ Stat go.er~ue ts p rtm tary ,ad from the ptaab, r, ull.51 t o'doligh{( Calyp+. ..
imim-Ad i;> the :act ,uf' C,...-resi. the,.,fieers harming nymph4, Mlr. O-chs, uh,:. ttnie and ted, the supposilioq 'ii i hat the Ce-n-
.frthe eg.-,vcrlutol'ilie L'onfederate.Stat,:s heart are ,., inu.igz,velu to the science of music, tral Railroad has not' lost any by this
wh,.,e uminatiut; ave b.-en made a ,y drev lis praeticed.bow, and ma.;le this violent al- fire.--ED. NEWS.
the President, a-d confirmedI by thleSenate most speak in fullmany a pieceq. And Professor : I. r ., A ee,,* dispatch
or who have been "arpoiuled by the judg- Tn,:,n ever and an,.,n assaled the keys of the M. teTbApril 28.- SpecIalo dispatch-
es of" the Dtiic C!,...urt under the author- ,pno with a vivleleoe shich seemed to threaten dated Senatobla, J7th."
ity couierred by any act of Congress, will ineritab.lede-tru.:ti,...n an d yet tne notes poured pqya thecorrespondence of a wounded offi.
bee ex-mptcd from military service.until f,..rth ,n thge ntle', rof she breeze, or the 'cer at-Vicksburg asserts that. the several
fu rth er ord ers A lso th e ju d g es o ri Ju s i- ra ttlhng tth e b r ,ok and anon fell-u p on .... : "
-ces of any S rtn-m SUlperi.,r. or circuit tee ., ,3 the ,^lho, cra;hng, sma-tig engagemnvot iu Loui'_iana* resulted in a
eourt of any St.ite; :tlzot i,-juJge.ofpro- plahl,;ngcv..lan..-hf(r.,mth-i. uim tatnuopto th c,.,mplete Federal defe.,t, and th'r th.?
ba.tte, elerLkof. anycour; ,:.f ree..)r1, ordiua- meadow' b.. .,rry am 1 dlam you have not Federal Genri 1 al&-ith s-v.-, Banks" ar-
ry, steciff, one t-i. c.,llect,,r ineach coun- )pacto insert what i h.- to say,, uor I tke my from total de;truetii,n. The sabordi
ty, andi recorder of deeds and will. if gi f to exprv-s %v ih Ien.,:3nyv r.i Eli th c.asion. ..... -
there be Vicli au officur existing by law, zSt,1 I may .nt,.)n aLf.-.t of the scenes nata officers are iuaig.aatI agvaiu-t Bnjiks..
-and such other oflfic:rs of the Statepro- i the .dbleaus- ]'he Peistaa scene, or pic- A great couspiracy-Aas bcen discovered
vided by la\T,-as.a he Covertor shall certify ,tUe of"Oriental tlre, % %s aJnmirably represeut- in the Western States. Crawford county,
to b,:' n.os.xry; to the proper adminiitr- ^edbythe Misses b. The Mimic chase, Ly the Ohio las been placed under martial hw.
tion of lh,l e state Govern 1ent. "lsame yo I L ,Jieslva. v,..ry l',_-like. IHope wV8 DIALTON, A .prii 29..-i I.rge force of the
XII. All persons nb have been exm, .;.,pres_-ey represented by a beautiful crown fc.
'ted Oe+(ount. if rejligJous'f4Ubt o ifatrdrtllr
a'te > Lo of C~ngress provel~ faith O,.,bder, o roes, held at a suiable elevation, while two enemy, consisting- of infantry, arnllrr
a,,t of Cn.hgresh approve l "1th e txofber, lovely chodren oa either iid,:wvre striving to and cavalry, attacked our piclets on' the
1t.6, an 1 who hrve pae the tax of .r 9 wn b^tsCOL.,:,t ,tu,tecatah it. Binggold 'roaoad thi morning, capturing 10
therein prove w-ed ,jor, will be exem ]t fr om r -. t t t ctarmp tas fin t. ,uersonifiea
-enrollment in themilitary ...servicte'.- Sp ... -WRI~lam, i -, efinand, wounding several, T110 pidkets then
", t e "lt r '. bv M Lss8 F. e., wti4se countenance, features and
y ,Uord,.r. t o -- retreated nearly toTunnell H ill when
si~ ed "- S OOP R p:..+mon, atitncee impres-.ed mne spectatorwil th
(Signed.) 9"3,"tA'tfIs. G"' V 'g' e roee irin "-itr'dt nt .nnat' -except they met reinforcements a .tut rned upon
prl 2,--L A' t and sp r en I. w, h the first ivrord and ma tet -stitt -egia the Yankees, and af.t sharp e.gage-
CopiCs o(' the laws or Congress have ,.,," or as rather eex, .Itnt..,:. n of Thompson, ment drove the enemy back. The loss on
be .n';: coi d nl we w c > o o co +,-t.lnd, ,,,s ie te thatt atrar..-l, the.,, rlj."
been received and we will commence their The Courtship w B well perormd in' either side was,. small. The tasir is re-
pubrlioatiou next week. o1armow, thr nkh I. oWmed as eee-ng in pred vip a I L-. .1


On the morning of the 23d inLt. tied in the.
woods near my place, a black horse, about four
teen hands high, with a military bridle on him.
The owner can get him by applying to me and '
paying for this sdveruisement.
Micanopy, April 30, 69-lt

Strayed or Stole
O N fbe 3.)th of April one mare mule of
.ordinwiry size abouL six years .ld',
was branded on tu0i left ]quld.-r, thounr-
dersigned having forgot the brand, Also
heir tongue have hbeo, eut severely by the
bt, any person who will give me any jn-
.formatiqu will be liberally rewarde.i.
.' A. HF 'PRY.
S '. : .

JM M. A RIN0 W. "
Gr-alnesvllle, :]'la.

N'. B. Can be found at thiCuLtton 8tated
J';; C, OrARD NE1R' .