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The Cotton states
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00023943/00010
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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: June 18, 1864
Frequency: weekly
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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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Preceded by: Micanopy gazette (Micanopy, Fla.)
Succeeded by: New era (Gainesville, Fla.)

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-~a~-ds I


BScRuBrR@.-Pers,,o-3 seeing t'hpie rpi-
pero marked thus-X--\mill know tlht
-theirtime has expired ,rtbout Ir'., exrdre.
Those in arrears will fav:,r Its"' by remit-
t ling, as our cash expen,:e-i are very heaavy.

'The rress.
Curran said of the Lib:,-i ltv of the Press:
'ThaI greqt enmin,:l LX the :State, that
g grand detector of public: inp...stors ; guxrd
it, because when it 611kU, t here sinks with
6 1., the common grave. the liberty of the
'ubject antid the eeciuiiy of the crowil."

Conncelloi- at La'W.
"TILL practice in all hlie:C`('.ujiitof
I V East Floridaln, .priiciliirl- in thie
'fitcult Courts of Million iind adjoining
_-Counties. Office nt hi? rc-i .1ience two miles
.West of Ocala, he cau be f-und in Ocala
o n mail days.
Out. 10. No. 44--,f

," -alnesvllle, --F'la. ,

Will practice in ltieCircult C>-.ul[.ir3 f N;a-
sau, Columbia, Bral'ordi. Al-Idthri 'ian4 Le-
Ivy aountics of t lie S vw iru>:ee ('hir'clit. and
,t Duval fin.] Marion of th I Eit I rn Ci-.,.-iit:
and will also ntten'i tbh:.".i .. t,: St-te-
,it Ditrict Court tor East ail Sulilt Fri., Qnid
<,4h State supreme CuiIt.
'Gaillesvile, Aug. 1I t, Ir.:;!. 3Qt- tf.
."~ Columlbipi,
-Attr>'ney at I.awv.
Ctl'ines'v'illc, l-"ln.

.. "TT ILL attend prOIn-llv to ,ftll huqiness
i int.rusted to hi, cafre in lhl C., in-
l: tice conwpoiing the Su%.titine C11%,.i.ti, a11l
'."' larion of tho Eastiern.
31 1 -Ocl Sl. 'o. "47-t "

74 .'. ,.
'l.:'-- N 0 T I G E.
r- .... &rTIontlhs orter d11. ?. I will pre.-ert
-'" 1" I my ncc,,uunt3 n ,.1 vueluerh to J. C.
G'."*. ardner, Judge .:.f Pio,.'t.!,, or th? 'Stale
-of Floiid-i, for the county .:.t Al-irchI, on
:). the Estata of Jawu:.s T,_ou. I ;,i..:,of sa.:d
4o ,[Bunty deceasedl, and iall to b-, di'i-Iaigedi
.-'- gr0j further Administm tioi of--Mi4 E-t1te.
^" :Teb. 7ih, C0-cm

'Administrator's Notice.
;IX months after date, I will apply Io
".;- 1 the Probate Court of MA:nrio, ('-)uuly
s[, Fla for final dlisu.is-i.on ns A-1minittri-
trix of the Estate ofE[,hrau Blitoh, de:'d.
j."' -,\ll^1 person having deintils nc_,niu-t the
"^'Ji''-' estate, will bring them t-,,w ,rd ..,- r they
"v'ill.be lawed. F. C. BLIT(:'H.
i+ ?" .A,.lmini-trit ri.
.'.March 5ih 1864. GI--m 6 -.

SIX MINTHIS after'date, we will pre
sent our cc':,titt r,,d vouchers to-the Hon
John Davidson, Judge of Probate of and
for the county of Polk,' State of Florida.,
as aitministra'tors. on the estate Sherard
-B. McGuire, late, of said county deceased,
an~d ask for a final discharge from said ad-
ministration. "Al hIi,'-.', ldezr.e and oth-
ers, v;i11 pe i,?;attend. '
Jan 2d, 1864. 5--6m. ."

"ALL persons irdc,,r-1 t,:,ika e T. Hop-
kins, 1,te of Marion (Co. dee'd,.Will -.-10-L90
make early payment,, .and fi,..e having
claims or, demandstare n0d.fied to present
them d(uly nutIU I,.,,lie Iedat?,,rl : i ,-' g to law,-
or this aotie w,-ill b,: ].l>..l in i au of their
recovery, -
-mar 19, *63 -8t

S iX rniith a alftere-date, I will present
m1.1' aeo:,unts and vwIch1'iers aA,-.L uiIIi-Ira-
tuo of ilie estate ,-,f Ed.F, C,'>ifw,', ,4,c'd of
Suf11tur coattV.-, to the lion Judge ",,'Pro
bate of said codnuty, -aid ask to be dis-
charged from t'urtler adilinistiation, of
said estate.. L. B. I.ANCH, Adm'r. -
D e c 1 9 .- Gia. .

I _

TF i!:, subscrib-er 1 has j ust received, ornd
_ iC. r: for sale in -I1 h' l "-, to suit
puroblasers one of 0the largcast, and mobst at-
tractive 'stocks of goods, ever o.ffred in
ibis'market, ,-...n-':!;i: in part of. .
.15 B ~ales O .,:-,!i ,,t'..i- -, ., '
8 bales 51i t .t
10 bales Shi ii';,, ;
7 bales Yarns, .
2 cases Calicoes,
"70 gross,\Lead Pencils,
50,000 Needles, 25 packages Pins,
A enleif ( nnrd ,la o'o -- *i .v .-.:ut of

_Alarg.-lot of TIN WAIRE anl Sela I.-
la-nd baggilg, 1as herab e ,,n e:. signed t,)
us tor '-ale.
+ March 5rth, 18, i. -. .61-tf ,

N INE months after the ,lnte h,:.r,,:,f I
It ill i,.,;-, t lu y a,. ,.!',t a I ,, h -
,.1. aq A luiui.t,'atr x ,',t'rh, E-t te to f J i ,
C. i1t2 -1 ly deceai-'ed, t.. tile J .i l f P .I ,-1
hatle of Al? -',)1 ii1iay t.,r a ,iU"I l s,.lth:-
nm ent, and i- k t,:i be die'h ir.ed,. ft'..,U fAUr-
ther a miuistilt ion ,11 -l'1l E-,L .
J n tu i r ;3'.', _J.:I,. ,'-.. I-- '1 .


and ask to be -,.hi i :d f.,,ii 'ait{lrt' a't-
Lu ili -tll i.,U 01 .;'! d ':l. ll :. "
: J. C. PIELOT ..
.- o-, A dm r. non ...:..; .,.
Iay, 1-I .. 2 -IF-. .2,1 -

0 A I-N E SV I L L E
TI I .0 N 0 _:R S--
+1T TTE nu; .lf i _' nti l 11 ,,,r, '. i .- i ,.h,, *,*..I ihii.. a,
JI._ e,'.,-l,-,'l ,:r;.iI, iu ih,: F,.-iidy v and
Forge) lsi'lit.---, are .e[q iirt,.l I .. i,., all,
W.,rk in tti no lltie ,.. r c i i .d ).1 i g
CiLlier troi c ,-;t cL ,' VYL'-.i.;:hit h -..u. t..'h1
a-, -y 1'il, k,.I.tl, ,_,-.v i.-, -.I.l..h: ~,',. .Xo ,:in a+
wi: l -:ill kin .t .._:i n..-. Iton jfor all
ki,,,I ,-.t" t.,,,,,jy ii.,..a-il,, i.i;.,'MffiU bB !,re-
l-, reI 1",y Ih hl.-i ... *
\ il'.;iilL'! ,,.,_' will be paid fo'._ al l old-
1, t-i, i'' v.1 ,..u._ it 'Ci .h-,,v.7, e l a t I) .i,'
-Foindry either in castor N\ ,.,i,,lt iI.'i, or
iu iL 'U ;,' :

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1 1 ..'. l1 I .u. l, -
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TD.M ?P- '.-% .-
C.,:...... d la, Pla.,- M ay, ].J 1 71-ttf

S N 0- 1 TIC E.. .
A-J LL li.'.:,'r {.iiidebtedl[ llnie'-(:it' of
,,..1 Williaim <:',.,l~,:,!1 S,', lat., ,,*t" .VIt,.ii:,ii.i
'IIII tV d.',' d, td l'U rY ,:|r u e -,,L t.., C,'," ,.I t,.r-
vaid :tu ,J nak, i ltiin,:,.iit(,o pl ,neut tI thIe
u!]1,h'r -iliin., aurl th,:= h it ing Inlt,>."
nga~ibui Alhe s.I/ e will lro~eeit th.-Lu dliy
JA:m'a I. I'LS')N, I d 6.
WM. ... COL>ON.j Alui
ma'r 19. 63--8t, +- -

( '. th ontlis arfer date, I will present
my'accounts and v,.fchers to J. C.
Gardner, Judge of Probate of the State of
F"' Florida, for the county of Alaelmna as
;" "" Adm'r. of the Estate of Tsail.h F; P,,Id.jt,-
of said county dee'd, and- as V "
charge from further Admini.itrationi .o:f
said-estate. Persons having claims will
p present, them on or before that time, and
January 16 N No. 67--m *

SIX. months after the date hereof I
,.t"zfll pre-sent my fiml accounts and v,:,uch-
era to the Judge of Pi-pbote of Levy Co.
and apply for a discharge as Adm'rx. of
the -Estate of Benj. Brooks, late ofsaid Co.
deo'd. E. ELIZA EDWAlT"S,
,- Administratrix.
January I6th, -No, 57-i.m *

SIX MIONTHS after .date, I will present
lay accounts and -vouchers to J. C. Gard-
per, Judge- of Probate of the State of
Flo'rida,' for th county of Alachum, as
Administratorof 'the estate of Riehard R
pavis, late of said county deceased-; and
,Ask to be discharged from further admi I-
istratiozi of: said estate.
: BENJ. J. DANIS, Admr.
Jan 2d, -16 1 5-6m

",,SIX'months after, date, I will prbeent
L. my accounts and vouchers as A,.hdn-
istrator on the Estvte of Jashua St;-ifl'ord
dec'd, late of Hernando County, to the
Judge of Probate of said County, and abk
for a'-final settlement and discharge.as
gaid Administrator of the Estate.
SP'"~ ' 0 .SS 6 -- 6. *

W A N NT E 1).^

POi re ST TEi -


'': -. 's ; ..."
"- /. -.^'d{t~AIMEsVlt,, FLORIDA,

.,1y BY M. tAR OW.

-" e -hi .. ,--e6, aadopljei same rates of Ad-
**^Wrfll 'as the = Udi & Journal11
i ^&,t1' h alla follows :
SaO o1 mion lines) bf it.7f. for
'. insertion, --- .----- 00
S'. ktat & Iegal Notices to be charged the
Bameiatr'ai6nt Advertisements,except
*Notie of Dismission as Adminift rator for
'"whith the charge shall be, $40 00
X0bit.ary Notices and Tributes of Respect
-4 'har$dd.as advertisements.
*'-, ,. "t ~
','. [eopstla.!l 'o ltic .'
"'No inention wUll be paid to transient
advertisements unaccompanied with the
Simh.It is easy for advertisers to calcu-
.. .le the number of'squares their adver-
tisin..me ill malte, ajid Aomit accolgiug
-*_ I'.'.yi'rfc'are- Is ten pinhe"d- linr. Any
"Dumber of lines leas than ten is eounted
'"s a square. A line of manuscript, on or-
', ry paper, vill make one line pi lute,.),

of a entitled "An aot -in relation.-to
the receipts 6fc'6,ditdrfeitf-(reasuryf-otei -: -.:=.
,public officers," appprroveI. May ]Wt,om '. .
thousand, eight hundred. aid sixty-th.re;
-be, and t-he same.are hereby exte.0ded so :."
a. to embrace all'count erfei't:reasW!y..-
notes received -by the public, Qflers ma ..:* *':*"
tioned in s93id act, pTrior to thg.firat das,3.f:
Janaimy, in the.; year .e~gfigh~teI ,bu-ndi. _[
a,,d sixty-four. --;':'[ *-. .
Approved, January 30, 18) m .- i.
qy 21,. 72-4t .



AN ACT to change the time'for(he as-
eem1,ling of Gongresq for its fexit. regti-7-
lqr -'-'_sion. ,' "
'T he Congress of the Confelerale States
ort'incriea ,d.) enact, Thriat'tbh-Ong'resq';
,:f the Confed.1rate States of \A'r'l ica, -for
il, nost rp.-ular 'issimi, .l..titl',fi'-'e m e
Ilia fir.;t M,:,n-l i in M1y, Anno Domiui,
(.fihhtn h,!ndheil nn1 Ety'- nnr7..aud apt-.
the first Moi..hy of December, eighteea"
htmerL'd inrl qixl\'-iv for. .
Appi:roved, Feb'. 1, 1864. "''=
[No. 26.] 1
JOINr RrqSLUTIN of Thanks to the Tell-
"nc3-co troops who have re-enlisted for,
the ,var.
Vhet'ev, tHie(' Cougres-4- of.the Coufid-
e:'te.'*:Ltoltia. have r<:i?..ived, 'with the live-
it. -t ct.nli,.r, ht, h,.: ;, inLelligeun !-.
z': i ,-it u, .__.'.,iion Ofthe Th,,uessee troop',
.... ,,,^n '" I 'rh 3,u }v .-if TT.unc-P.e?, IIJl,'r
iLt:' ,;i:nlli'lf ( of Geijer-allJogeibh E. Jolrw-
;.-.:.n.- lh.\-e ite!1.1ere. tlih,- ,..erv'ipee Io thie ..
eimitry during the War ; it i-, thlere',,re,
RP,',,vel bv ilie o, h iicre+_s if the Com-
felerate Stat,.-s of Aneric-i, That hlie
ttlhaul of C':,.'r,:.-s are hereby cordially
poiyn t,, lhe gallant -oldier'sotfTenuessee,
I..:. have, in advance of :ie legisl.laion nt"
I,..,.- find before their three years'
t,.riii h ',f t ,' 'ice lt;h expired, voluntarily
,t !,.J..',?,| iheir s \'iv:'ces t l thie country du-
1'n., ihe w,'t,', wa t i tI ,e hero leterni1na-
t .,I] l'n.-r 'r ,., ,, ].', 1 tO r i'i ,ld iiill the lqct.
( *n,.i, il i .l.1,., is drive from ou' se'.l
.iil, ..ur t\e-,?.:..;- w,.!.i
R....,:.h',l. That. in-viw of thdi migrii-
ft!.,e? o, Ill.. L-j., j,', j1 ii wlih cli we are en..
,,,..: ,1': 'Tn_ l Ih," g-eq .-_if t-,k.-; 't i%-ne--lhe
t-i ,,i '"n.r ~ ,:,," ,..at ,:,,,.nt rtty"- thie tC'Ole'r'js iU-
,lu .... -, t'e ,-,:.1i "I.l,!l t h.b,1.1 tint the eO .
.,,i .) !,.r.,i :",'!y s~ t ly theilh Tr,:,thera
,i ,,i .,il Ie ,.)-iuwe,1 1.,y our whole Ir-
.,. it,,.!. i,, to hIl l ., :,' ld nt'tertuear'y
n,+.e y' t'. ,., .11',.11,)1.1- f r ~g ;'l,?, an eu rn-
,t r the:r. detc, Uliuation 10 ,lie or 15
P, )'efd. Th.,t thit. P,'e-. be re-.
t,.,:. to., ,,: I rl p.oenn f ,.i .'',in, p e'i~ ble
'and re!,,,lu]i.i-i -' ,,t to ornh ,?,-,nim ii,.re',' of
tie arr.'v.-v.;tl, 411 th e u,"--t h ir rh.y coum -
.m uniicat'.? i I' VI _, t.t, IL ,:, l.' '~ a ,I s,)ldier ,
,-. 1 ., \', ,],* .'.- ,:,1 In ]i i .. ip rc-Pitio}n iu
va w li-p;, Yed ,tl,{+2,1
''i,;:'hi t ', .-.-. 't, >v .,,. lil!h!," 'h by t .- .on
^,. -.+. ,.,t t 'l., _',':,iit',.,],.; il i. taf,? ,j .t,\Di.-?ri-
,.:* .. f i. thll.;i' ]h.;r',-,:" v.-ior.! ,ili-'tll yV ,:d ,)u so .
I'tl hV i i, ohl,)P '},l} ,),'eJ.:i,.,ni.:'ii, i foir their
f.'.rt16tiile baw p.,er',ev'eL;.O nd'di. ",so many
Irl !'"t .

"* IN GOT Il' l; -I? TIl.T-TL'


[ N,,. 7, .J

B Y A UT TH<) R I T Y.
Acts and Resolutions passed at the fourth
session of the first Congress, 1863, 1804,

1oint. Resolution : o; ':' .o.'io ,VCeneral
tUobt. E. Lee, and to the ,r.-,.'.: au,1 -o, -
diers under his command. +
Whereas' The campaigns of .the .brave
.- Dnd gallart armies co-vering the capital of
the Confederate States, during the two suc-
-cessive year's of eighteen hundred and six-
ty-two, and eighteen hundred and sixty-
three, under the 1 .,d.'rh;i md,. command
of C.i..,! Robert E. Lee, have been
crowned with glorious 1 ,:,'t -. defeating
greatly superior forces massed, by the en-
emy. for the conqunest of these States, re0
1:...1!;,, the-iin ...I with immense losses,
and twioe i,.e I ;.. ;;1-f the battle fields
from our'own country -to that. of the ene-
my : And, whereas the taastAly and glo-
rious achievement, rendering forevermem-.
orable the. fields of the .-.. Days of
Great Battles," which., raised the siege 'of
Riclhmond, as well as thoseof Cedar-.R.un,
Second ?,ianassas, '.Harper's Ferry, Boons-
boro', SharpsburgI Shepherdstown,.Fred-
ericksburg, Winc.hester, Gettysburg, and
Charncell 01 svilie, command- the admhiation
and gratitude of dur country: And,
whereas, -tLese and other illustrious ser-
vices rendered "by.-,,this able 11' .. ,1'A!
since tie comuimencemrent of our iwar of.in-
" dependence, have'especially, *iil' *"r- "d _im
to.thie hearts of his countrymen', and have
imposed on, Congress the grateful daly of-
,gi-vhmg expression to their feelings : There-
Resolved, bythe :.. .. of the Con-
federate States of America," That the
thalnlfs of Congress are due,'and are ten-
dered, to General Robert E. Lece,-and to
the officers and soldiers of .the Co'nfeder-
ate 'armies under his command, for' the
r.-_ eit i.nd signal victories tlihey have won
over the vast l .,:,-t ,,t i!!,= enemy, ,-,,,1 for
th~e iaegiim~fable -'.:i vie: t i.-::, have render--
ed ia defence o0- iIe libl.;,, and indepca-
dence of our country. : /;:
.Resolved that the President be reques-
ted to communicate these-tesolutions to
General Robtcrt E. Lee, and to the .i
,and soldiers h, .. i .ri .:.. ..
*ApprQved-January 8, 1.863.'.
An-Act to-authorize, the cancellatio of'
certain Confederate ,States EBonds, and
the substitution-of-others for them.
I:'., '..I. ;i...- of the CG'nfede-rate Statcs
of Amerimca do .enact, Thait the ai"ic';te,',
ofthe 'jreasury_.be,. and he i- 1..--I.-I v :TI-
f;or7-T ed, upon the receipt,- .1:' i ..*I.,.\\v
e'ivi:i./ce, thalteight per coutunr bonds, iy-
r .. 'i'' li l l f t I. -* :. l l,.J __ r.:. ''' t '.* _"i
It I.,n h a t1'7 ... L, t :. --l,..e,

]Iundred'and sixty/two, 1.:,c ,:,t. ,1,,,.,il -.,t'
d o il a r s, ...'ll h a. l, ,. l, i i .i ll.,1 l .I '.,, ,
to s(ubsti te..,,t' deliver tu tih.- .S.mi ..',
of the N", i'v .,a equal number,;-, I,vtrtd, ...
like. chamnCt.er.
.Aplrovcd, January 9, 18C4.
An ANe to continue in- force the I''* "
ions of An.Acl t+]ferein naimi].
TI[ l. ,,:u-ess of the -Confederate 'Slat os
of America do enact, That *'the prove isions
of an Act entitled -.'An.-Act 'to- increase.
' t h e, p a y o f ce r ta i ii '.1 ;... ,i ,d 1 .*. ,.. 1 ,
..,rthie E xecutive--'and T.,.-,..;1 ii. i .D i1k -
I.w -,lA!," approved (, t.,!.1. tlH irt.. tith,
eighteen hundred and sity-iw., t"? ,I
the same. are hereby continued- f,,in':e
until otherwise ordered -by .bngress. .
Approved, January 18, 1864.
Acts and Resolutions passed, at the fourth
Session.+qf mo first Congress, .180'83, i8 -
'.-WAR. .
!lreS-cved..by 1he U(ong,']"-sS of the COn-
! ,fcd,"Ipitc .-'.j.t ,. of Auer a, I :, ,the pres-
"ent is deemed a fitting occasion to remind
!the: people of the C',-,.fd.. i .-,i States thabt,-
"they are enga-ged in Pi a struggle -for the
il....,. Ilii.[[ both-o'r i;,,-i.; and ci,.,i;.',-
ti.,n, :-,.d 1tiat no-sac'ai'ice of life or'for-
tune can be too costly which may be- re-
,|l!ini t.O s :t >'e i4. : thd,:-u,-, >-- .nd their

IN the matter of the Estate of B. R. Mlin-
.]L6n, th"ikolvency of said E.?late h'-
ing 1), g s g'ested by tfe Adminiritr-,tor,

il i,. .,ordered that all clainim
,.,,.i!+.:'l ,,,atatc be ivrtO'Pd in to the
1Jndge of Probate "ry the ",th d.,y orfJi,,,
nost when th. re wtil b-2 a pr avi,-iam l,..,ri-
bution of the a3.-'(,s. It i. firrther oid.r-
ed that tho A'imini-tra\or file,- .i ne ulnt
of tI.e ns-ets in l ,i nd. at,d the cl11i,'4
which have -eeu lpr -veiitd >',l l or b>:,t,.cI
the a-,re:;i,1 ,:ly at which tlime nr, ;i.- -
tiron will Le nmad ffor letter of a nr-t! ,li4-
charge from n t'uwher .,irdLiii'-.tr.iti,: n ,,f
;.i, ;Etare.
E. iI. JOPrD.N.

A d n inistl-'a~tiix Notice.
LETTEIS of ,xlini.irit',iu,, lha;ng
I~r.,:'n ._.!'nn dt, :.lt: J.t ? ntu ',e'?r-- "ln d. },'
I lie P) ,l,-t uj ,11 ,'I .j'. I.',ui tV, L'l.
.:iLi I t~ +' n .,i i ,.,t -' .:, .. \' .S t,:,:._;' -. ,.,.,
t,,1.;: .. ,..i r I,.. i _.: t. 3 1 I": ,p I..- ,,,h_.; .
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tl ,i c i' t, :, ri, .- .: i t l ..:. { .:, }._l; i i i.u .; .-ii .r
t .,I \"' l|th .i t Lr ,, r 'i- p ( ,i' 1 l .. ..,
th ,.. ; V. h 1i ,l ,1'. 1" 1 ",ii ,'l- i "
,J.c ,L+d ;1n ,.1,,'--i -...i '. '.1l u 'J I "i "nrif .l tI'
payment, L: T 'I , 'L.--,
M ,. 7':,--it "

-ALL persoBs':. 1, :,." ..! ..... on thia de-
partment of any \i,.,J' ,,-viaLsoever, will
come forward'withoe-.t .'1,-.1 and present
them for payment as the law directs, or
ris-k the consequences. ,
?.;.1 &Br. Q. M.: "
'Gainesville, F:,a., Muich 26J, 164.

Loo .: a, C?.- i i -a 7o'e.U,
A fie grey m, ,i., ^!A and bridle
was t stolen ti ..,I *i:. I'ace on the
night of the 2d. The the at.c went to-,ards
Gainesvilie. A liberal ill be paid for
thel mare. +

\'N I:P.cA Simmie,:n II, lvenln, A Mii'r.
Ul.,n the Eslnte or B:a'riet Tyiu:.r. d:,:eti-
e.I ij]1t,.-'t:ne ,,f -ra', (',.,ti ty'; lh:t? thii- ,.1,
file-l i lh., Pin Ii.?, ;',,,, t ot',.iI C :'uiv.
a ri.t-t-n s4 1,_-,':.ri.:,u ,f h hic in .' ,' v ,,t
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.-ai~d d,, .ea.,,-,( I iiik'- .t,- t,, fi!l rh. :.* .. i ,
ll l uiiffi t., t: idi 1.n .. -.11. h i .ic, Ii---
lith d. v i.',: .,f ini ',. '.. t v,. 11 -; i ,:- h,:'

Lie a p.'i'- ra.tpi- ,).,,mrt,, among the several
,redlit,:,r-i 1A, 'ail i!iolven estate.
(I-iveu tirl,:u ii,,, h'wd and seal of Omoe
fit O),la Jli .' J '",l h. 18683.
A M. L. llr IA'l"S1',N
Judge'of Probae,
M. C. F.
Al.-,,- *l :t, No0. 3t--9m *

An Atu to -,!.tth,-,;-e the alr,,1,h '1ont rf
an agent, of ill!' T r: I',- Di.ol-1 'i ii.-Lit

of A-n .C .-. .. I" ., .I I', ,'
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'as sh l-I I m ..! tiht t i liri !,, :.': -i2Ur I ,,"
by the Secretary ,.i t it I'r. ;, -tit'Y. 1, ;! t,
salary ) f threc t l..,ii i, 1 d ,..,,'I i"r ,,t-
num-. tf-ynable quarterly in-advance. :+
.' I. -'. Th el .:',: t. ry of tIL rJ 1 1 |' '
sharlYhaye poe v r ,I -0 -%ei ti .... 'o to ke
said agent 'to d6 -.-ir. i On.'N,: -ity i, f i t .[t i-
cuo-h on the bth .r, 1;,I-.. ,he. Mississippi"
which he, the said: "', ," v I. e.:'i.i.:e,,'
to t.',-.?i. i 6. 1 3 d s I I. I ll ", s -,, h c ,:,v. r tc,,
niutha{'iT 'o- t'h" ('r !-.,^ ;,! nl, ,cf **.-u,:h e ,'-.rl-.,
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1, .,.! receive hOl e } l' !
for sim ilar.-.. '.ri:,.. J in ; .... i!,_ -i '. 'i, -

:] T ,'-,t I .li :''.r -:halt extpire -on
the day-of t,,, i ;,,. a,, .i, of Ia '.." .,', of
I .'" i,... ..vr.,-.n t i '...:,t,. S states u 1I
Ih ,: ( i .i i,,..d " 1' ' .- i _A ,,, .i v "+ *-.;*' f .
-\ iTi' ,.r\-', .J ,n," ,y -',, 1",,:,4. +.
1,M i 71-- -t; a

Lyi. o. 20.-
An Act to ameud '"an .act to pErovidle a
mod-o of a-uthfieati-oi i ig claims f'ol+... -i
ey a.gain- i ... t t ,u' t ,t .1 not.
other is- .... -i ;.,., ,,.i I IA.l

T he ,,,, .- ....' the -C .',uf .' ., ,-V' :'I l "
of America do enact, '11t,[ t s., uii,, *II ,f the
filst section of .'said act as if>. i the
Attorney General' to.report l,, t.',,'... e.--
upon : I lad,. i-msl-be and the -ain,, i- ti, ie-
by repealed. +"
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+ [ "* ]2 1
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T8V I_
.T'.,, '.-. A .-ltdon See V.- It 1
"~. ],. _ii ,11,,. 8 e of ,* |
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ct a].J
]T appearing to the satiXfaehion of the., ) w
that the -1-.' I defendants, James ,a Seddon
Secretary of '. .., .,11. -" ,.!, -, P 'Ttillory, Se3.
of the wavyofth ,1.1..,. ,.., -r.; -tresiqdeb-
v.. ,. tir limits' of .the State of Fiorida, to wit, in
'ii- ,r- of \V, .-;;, it is therefore' ordered
thatnotice be I., it.- i-i by .,,'.l, ,<,.." forth
space of four months, in accordance with the
terms of the statute in such cases made Paid
provided; and-that the said defendants be rsquir-.
..,.1 ,: -[ ,; -..-1 -.-.ri or domur to said bill of comn-
l.l.,,:,.. \, oi,,i. ,,i tiiie or the same will be taken
;, .' ." ti.. -^., _'I.-I them .
C; I 1:1.i' I.'. hand.and sobl of office,,a,
Gainesville, April 30th, 1864.
-~~~ P 1-P 7 At-TTTJr


1. .i. .CROXTON.
74--tf "

June 4,

Tallahassee, 3),I-' 12, 1861. J.
.GEN.,ORDER, No '. .
- Capt. J. J.. O'?irOl 0 ':-1:"'. h-ving boeen
appointed Chief*T.E :,.,i,,, officer of the
Ist Congressional /,, 11, .,i-,t" Florida, un-"
.der Special Order No. 4, fliom.these H1ead
Quarters,, he will be ;.. l,,:I. l. 1 and eboy7
ed a,.,z : .:" 1:. w A
A ll -'s ill,,l. I.i .,ll;ing .,l'i.'s ill, the 1st
C.,n:_..i -.:; ,.,,i., Distr'ct, wll inTm ediately
report to, nl -hWrWr f^.r fArward their re-
.p(rts HILi l 10 -i.,,1111 .1I 1 -. th'rough1 Cttpt,

Mhw 0i &nn W'*. Fift.ad'.

N. i '.s.A.A. A. G|.
May, 21. 22--t

S3. Pi V.liJIJ,
Cl'k. Ct. Ct. A. 0.

I,, 7-,!.. 1864. 9 20

N *OT. IC0E .
,i7T"ILL'be sold at the residence of the
}' V subscriber in Micanopy on the 2d
of July, two Pianos, one of-them fine
,and nearly new, the property Of the East
'Pl6idia seminary, for the purpose of" pity-

ing off its liabilities. All, persons have.
ing demands against, it+.will please present
them on thit d B o,'. B oder of-the i.-,..-,,,i
of Trustees, .. JOHN C. LEY.
"June 4, 74-Ld

An .irve, IFeb. :,, !;:v.,1.
[N,). '-7.1

;.,in ,-u I:-,., ,,t"t ,iti:LIk ry ,;',.,irt3 fris N ow one .

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,H,,.-ri.-. ,., ei:i. T.l'a thle PIr- idcIIL IO
il Ir... i- lh'. ,:i.; i o Ledlth1 al, lt auy time.
t,., .1 .-i 2 t, i '''111 -' Ir: ne ,-1 iIiltary Co'u t
t., rin..l ,..,'. ',- ill Il- jt11. 11 cUI, t!iC aor-
vi,:e lu-iv I'?e-li ti e.
S-w.. 2. L.r. il LiAt!,ere ,na' ..], Thqt ,hi;
:tet t; t',-.', el{'t.?. l,.l be in fet'ce fiuai and
;i t,..' r 11 [,- p .'-. .,-;.
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,t \ ~ri do I ,,-,enact, Th at u..,ther ],reau
.l:.r- he le -,rv'.l,,iz,:d i, th 'l'Tteifury Depart-'
aie,1,, to: b:,.q l-n., 1n a- lh Tre.'-niry Note
l6,i_ I-.Itt iI, t, hi,: h I.tI LI v C-e h ul rir Of [il
e",'aviru,', l'rintiiv^ anii'l paringrig 1.-f
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all tile ul,.:rk5 en o,:,edd iu an d. aL,,,it thei
s::iid 1'ur, U 1 i.1. t' ile. di,-reciir-':niiand,.] u-
Irel, J I I lie .. e' ,'( ir:,' I' the T ,.1'"iia ry.
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l. .... ,u.ti,..-,i l thl,:i :, aho l an,,hN chief
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r,'11"1I .- lv" h v.- .'I ,v 4 cou llC0L tihe l,-ii-iesl
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IIII.fia -I. lit i c eive: snl.try oftwe'inty-five
htI.Idle.-d,.,lltr- per anuil. l a.1ayablc qUar-
vilv. a.-Ad the ,-trier cl'-r' a:id .the mres-."
-en..-eis "h!il r,-ceive the sabme ,alari,48 al
,,e 1,,'>, ..,id 1-y law 1,-r hi? .cl-'ks "uf tlh
.lune ,Qrl-de at Ri,.hl)ould.
V.' 4. The secretaryy ;hfll e..-bHli,4h
Ie.:-Iila, i,.u forr Ll, ag.,veernm eint -164 man-
i. emi,,t o L ih. aid'.ulieau gui- fi scour-
--t.Ti ._.,-n r-,-- Irds aai-nsf .,our~erfeit
n,:,:e:. I ,.,-i or c0. C.410o". auhe mulay diem

Alpp'roved, Fel. 3. .. .1.
[No. w22:] : '
TlI,)N OF L U\XtURll .., I.R OF AR-
Th t-',:,.uro3ss of the Confederate Stalts
',f Ameriea,1.) enact. TaIt f t;,)uiand-dftk "
the fir-t d:uy of March next itr~ial'0tTn..'ie
lawf, dl tu import iuto 'the Ciuofe]ert- -
Starez iuy branrdy, wines, o1'otherrspirils,
:.,r nny oUlier arLicle ephcfiel" in sebodtle
A ,.,t can act e.pitlel. "A.ri net to plrvidie
revenue .'romu eotlinditolh;s imported from
t'v.r,.-',n e,3unmrie-?," app:roved'- May-' 2.1, --
18,i,1.-_ ,,Itny good;., wate- or, merchaudise, -[.
enhmoer'ed in -eheduile l3.of id'act,.ex- /
C[4.t,.le tuil.r,.in-g.Aiirita- ,.AtsyO,-]g:.. .,.
ti,.,r mddic-al prpol'-ves, catphlor refined, .
pikle -, ,olas--;-, pepper, pillIunto0 clov6,-
i.n.,,ueg., eiiuua ,:n:.i. and a'll-oth.r spice-s.;.
;':, .ca, tilp., W ind.,r and all otliet toile. .
;o UP I-; ,u ar of a_'lind.:.; sy r-up of sung-r;
.r.* r,!.,n..i ., 1_ces, ;. ot , st,, T1if -,sels, tres-
s, -.. :,il \,i'^ '... guldM ait silver, or irni. .
i ..;..n lr ..:!,i te didf ltn'- rmo f f
fi.n. r- ir th,- m .liary ,nil-naa. er3vice. "'
-' ". I I i t h i H'tI I j t b e lat w f u l t o i n- i
p:u'; Ihle fI .lIwiig Tin'tii lc$ eri-amerdled ih ...
SiclrdL.,11-1 ,L ,'f slid act: B-Pcr, ale aiif.i
p,.. tor,', Lmulfl -and t-! pet;+,;ar. "all ,,t.her-
rilnaU'ItIiii'e3 .1' fur, UVt, wli13h fur r ha8 l -
t~e ,-i ,: ,tp':ieit p:,atf, xe-,'etpt c/lip atld hat.s- "
C.,l'pe;a.- ea;rpt,'t;ii^-, hei~rt.. rj.g?\ lbedsides, -"
.1'l,.I other I'.',.t uUS' O_-eaArleiing, of any
kiud Othr .1es ipinu ; 'ce rriCigf s alni pars .-
,t',:ati ige?. ; e*ider nnd other heverag&% -=;'"
..,t containing alohol, cloris and' pahs.
,, clocks ; c:,tt,:,u lae,rs, cottgp in'torjingg,. -...
....,ton Iriuantiius;, or lace.( of th,'ead'and .
...i her n .t.;-rial.; coral, niaauuCa turc,:l;'!olls
all..] toys of :.Il kind.l ; l fire "c.-e ers,'sky '.'"-
t'ock,?i , R,:,n,'in c iudles ,ud .i otherr siT-i ".",
,ta!" iirti.-.l. useid in pi,)r,).teChuie3 ; fttrni-. .
tfe, euljin,.t aL, d li..utclioldl gla-s, col-, "2
,-,rvd, :-i.ain l or piintod ; In,.lea fiattinag
,.1 -II .,,t; Q jet and i iitatl''a+t u r'c of j l, --.
..n .;. hrii~ tj i a;, th .We .uef ; jewelry oj" rinita-'. "-
ti:.hi; tly-,'i.,f; iiidii'auhetutes an.l- ai:icles.':
,,ti r,, ,: I.,1..- p~itug, titlftlabsL.or bl.uk'3,,~ii< :.
.--\\ ,.the!'r m.uiLle; matlting C'liinYblJ0,(fl)?i
..., .r in l.il i'. nlI1 ulfit+ iinlc" Ot^ fl&g,f i ",.utie'
'.L'' "ii- ... ,e l:),Irju 'ii'. i^ U^'- &Vp,'
at,..,1 i.'.p'1"": 1 ,' ,..cc-rc n' o,'.tlipb'oar^S.; pay- .
..' o -. .iig and roOllii.i., .,r-,_ aa,'. brio0 s, aad'-ro, Q,.. .
tt : .. ."

S0 R-S A L E.
A'Steam Engine and saw mill, twenty;
five horse power. For further-par-
fictul-ir; i'l,;,1. to -!ie subscriber at Ficm,
+i,,'gt,,n. l W A. O'- E:.;:.'
June !, 71-2t "

A HOUSE and lot fo' '.,I.- in toetown
ofGainesville, wi,, it !has been oc
''\" 1 by .C. L, Din kas l eas r ,. 1 -Ra.il
I;.,,l Deput. -%,'i to .... : the 11.6 .
" -. i). McC+UENt -

lIE -ii1,icti'.,?r .:.ff,?r" i'.:,r ,"l.i{ Ihs 1-1 il-n
L. i.,n in A l- i !, ..t C''. F ,Cr..la., ri'{.,rl t: g
2 se '-ctio':i of I. -i'-. ah-1.it+ ".. -mies- from.
Oainiei," il, e E. F., on the Feraniindi ind
Ce~lir KcY-- R R,. 'I Io la!,.i.- .n' di-,;.l
init'- P iln e l: 1A II -,t ,I, ,:,.k l -, tii.d I'!.: i i?.
Tlihere i, I-a two -Nlvdw ing wlth h-,.wd-
r&'Oius in 9l tt!:fi!,i-_h.-d tate- O ft~er, J tpn:..
eu.,-u ah for .') lI: d= nif- I -in I 1nealt-,
l-.,:at'ru, w li gor,,), witer. A ny .1 I', -
tion will be given by Mr. Avera, on the
place L" ril,. trom Gaine-,ile oa the Mib-
.,:l. l. :SNO-WDEN. -
'+ 1 ** A l RO '" + -,-
(7_)11' f,)jurhese +engin'e-nerly new, no:t
haivilg i'{u i, It,.:,! e: Il ,.1 {I ..'i.'li t-o gin .I",,,L|}
,i"i bale- ,.,t' eutl,.,u. It c-1 i htS--e,. on my
,la,.e two: Iiles ftota G tin,'SLlte on the
Mic.tiopy road.
Jaitr..uy ., N. 5>6- '

.r M) -y23,


Notice. *". .
IX MO1 NT14.- nfli.,' ,q.,f t -I.will p'reseInt
1. 3 y accounts and vouchers l, i n
, .ar.tL' ,. -Jw I ,! e ." l'"r .,t.,,,- of t i .'-,1 -.
u F . l.. 'i.l a r,:,r tih ,-.,ll? ty ,,t \ ,,.h ,ii a s .
Admr'x. of dhv c..-tlo- of Saml. Geiger d.---
ceased,-and ask. to be diselirged from fur-
ther s,.hiii L-i ti'li0f said estate. .
PEAP Y 0 l,. El, E .

- Al.til lFib, 1883. 67- 6m..

1.' In "./. r.I",.
". -- .,i -.2_ ,,..-r- ;.,1 *I t t 'I "* -. '".; SDPI]

raitely or together. Apdly to
C. P. C .--. i
apy'il 30flh, 60-It- .


IN 5 A NC E R Y.
DAVID A. FaizAR, ) In, .,',r,,' judli-
VS'. ,) ci('al i t.,i, of-Flur-
SAgAn A. FiIAB. i, Alachua Go,
.It appearing to the Conrt; from the re-
turn made in- this ease that the defendant
Sarah A. Friar -'esides beyond the limits
of the State towit in*the State oftGeorgia '
It i.s ordered that-service be perfected by
"iubll..,tu, tand tlat the df!",.d iu d.:, ,.,-
pear and plead answer or demur to :the
bill filed in the ,ibove case on or before the,
exDiration of three months from .the date
of" publication or judgement will be en-

tl.,ed lit. confesso.
1. S.- P. BEVILL, Cl'k.
:- April 21 683-3m

U :AR:TER., bt ,
HAMILTON Ct., at D.1.-i.w, April 39
,and May 1; Houston' Ct., Houston,
Mi\ 7 L ': La:e ('i,; Sta., May 14'&
I.'.;', :"'.,,r.lmhi.: 't.,-M ,\ 241"'& .22; NeWn-
tni-vill- .'."t M Iv2 ., 29; )M i-,.;.: Ct.,
at a,:.- il,.h :,,_-.' i, ll'.:- 4,& 5 ; 1.11,h?- il
:-;ta I. 11 5-12 Ll._ ,!-: -'' .I ,:? Ct., Juue
1.-', N9. N..M. HEN1 Lr'. P. E.
- A pril-%2, 65 tf g -"

t1 dozen P ocket K niveS,- i. It he en.,,-ti,,ent .--, t r,.i ,,,.,- v-
1 10 0 -: '-1 'fl o w e r "* : .; I .ie .. i- d g iS O t ,. a -t,,, h. r m
"+o /r i __.. i i,,ii.t 11it it i I;d n ri:n t ,,t th e .',.n -,e ---. ,,i .
2 59' boxes i .,l.t,,... .- ,, ,,. ,, ,I,, ,.,,,try, if h.. .... .I \. i.I
1 I ) -I + I ,1 .1'- 1. . .
1. ...'' 7. -',.r'-,' ; I"t -,t I .. b m ok- e p,,, ,'. |- ti,.,;i,- ,t w, t .-'iti ,i n".1iP aid l,.,
? ui;] 'l' .:l ,'. and u tt.- w th t,.lel',i :,.'. ,:,r-,- than 1c-.,...,t Jo
: u other articles too numerous to "*:-Ip .rt th11 1,2 ].-t !.,_.i,.,eioted_. w-r.Nv ich it
m e n tio n .. ..e + -. l ,.' e ,:e I:,, v t.:, w ':,.4 ,,.,r ,:,,,, i 1
TO nt n ,' '- ., ",l ,,c. i... .. h. .t ". 1', ,' N+ "^ ^~
.The above articles are *:.!l. -d at a sm all I ,, \ i, (l t i "
.-I,..--,,i p1.on cost. P ersons desir- to ,, t. r
,,;,',*h :,7' ne +inyIted t,, ."*] ;1 ., .,t'annl\-ce- ."J./ /- T-." l" r'" -^ "- :' -; ... 1'-'-"
i A L...... v i n-,a g i ttn I I +./ ^ TT .- .,,, ,t .' v -. hi J,'ti'.,,,o 1 i,;,,..i
.'..'..'.. "a .- .. L.'''.*' 1 .,, .{i'. I. .--"-*" >i l 1 1 \ r i- 'r i iri i r i .:i
M y 4 / '1 -- w h e v e r l e ,e t i I I ,-'m y th e d .; t a
... ". ... _. +- C'eh t..t*'..it': 'l l.],,rl o r" ;l l I,!'.ill:.hes- ,-il thi,?
.L...- '-C A aTvCE ";,,',",,',,':'' t Vi,,.? leii,,,.,e tt
M- q 1 ,, ." th4.it he,!,-(iit i..ii 1lp.. '
1IX .m months -,t,lr,- I d, te, I will pre ,nt Iat',,,,,,,,,:,,,s and ,,_,elt-h a,,d ,,,iio i
_ my aecounnt and V,, ,t.:I,,;,., l,:> .l. "'. e,.,.,,..,. ,(i,,u \,-h., ,-. ,n l,-l.) 0e 1m[.1rt t ., ,,ur
Got-l4i uer. Ju-.0. of P1,.I.,ai 1 [lt e Iv e e .tI he iieIVi- Lii.,. Vtret i11 w;.ic
,,t" I nI .,! M .1 .. l. ..t t h,e c .l hly ,...f A l h i u i ,r i, i.g f r ,,m u ,iii ,-,d o ui ,-.il .,. t ca te rt' : l
a A ;.h.h i. t t,., o f'tl, : e-_'-i, ,,t ,. '. f.,.l!!,. ,- f,:rvclJ' .votion to ti e Ii, .,-
b -, .rtn. late..-of sid county ,i,-ee ,.l,. r,. .-d.

Gentlemen's Gaiters, .
Lodies do.,
Youth's do. .
-O hildrou 'a do "
17'dozen gentlemen's Iats,
50 dozen head IIaudi.erchiefs, -
50 dozen i -cl -:'t. .do.
2'0 dozen Seizors,- /- ....

0 all whom it rn:\y concern, I Stephen
f O*(I. Brown. Arlaiinistrntor on 1he E4;-
B: tate of Jno. S. Addison. de-eeaied, late ot
7". Marion Counfy iu the State o, Fla., have
,*made and constituted Wui. T. Harriz,)n of"
V''*.'said County,'my lawful agent, in hlie ,:n-
'^ tire management and Adthinisiratioo of
s.aaid Estate. S. G. BROW\N,"
'-['V Adu-iititratur.
'" IMareh 6th, 1804. 61--tf *

In Chancery.
CIRC'U'IT C-IA', T, ALA. n,_ .\ ',-, I'Nf Y,-
.uwaun ('4ciuit ,-ot' Fla. /
JoA ^A,." Btn3n irr 1Bill ,):ipelfet ti.-
vs. itk.- or' tr Fiare-
Al-,rah-am Frevd,.-n1uuv-,. closure Iti[ju'-
& C. Frances Freiden- : lion, &c.
bur,'. his w;fe. i
IT ajpcaring to the s.ttisfat.T-li.:,n of 1ih,
Co r't, that said dete]1d-int-re-hid b'..y ,Iid
the limit ts, ,f the State ,if F mid,:, i. t..o wit.'
in Europe, e(-n in,.ti,,n ,4t C,.,mp!;,in-t,t'.-
Solicitur, it i-2, ordered that r,)t,:i.e I.Pe giv-
en to said Defeudaitnt, of the filini-, .f
said bill,.by publicati,,u in the "Coti,,n
States," the time preu' ribc.1 by law. re-
quiring tsaid dt'end-ants to )e an-l ipp-:ar
before said court, on tlhe lst' Mjn-lv i
Oi.t,:.ber ntext, and plead, an-wftr or d-:mu.r
to the Same, jthetwis' .it will P", tIirH-^-.
c n:fes -e. J.A Ml ES.,1 .'
c -' b_' r lf.the !ba,:,ve tI.- be a tr. '
11L',r,v oL Lhe origiuil ord,.t ieI i, my 46,fi-
chp" 1. P. BE-ILL.
CMk.,Ct. Ct. A. C.
-Dee. 19, 15C3. 4-,m.

Ua esville Academ -.
T TIL'exereles of tli'istiitttioa will be
resmied "u tle lit M.:hnd iy qof Ftl,-
t tary, 18'.;- Both 17pAlaytinte,,D W-i,;ll ,h .
uLder the 'u1,-. )rintenad'fli,.e ,otf an a ',).i-
plislied tcrpls Xf Teaelfpre'. t.,ho ,..-"
the r,-.,uisite ability to ni,_p-ort in.trucd iun
in the various Lbrauchez u4-ly (:ntgit U ilt
M.Ir ,e.t literary iOQ tiuz iOtUS, M),- $110, "-in- F! eFr ,.lh Gre,..! n. Orient d., a_.l
Oil Painihlng and Diawing, &c., taught ata
the custm a-iry r t.,'? ) or tti iL,:,1.
Tuiti,_n in the Litrary d.-.,partnient :1,:.4
cording to gra'.le $25-., 1:41. and &.i_, .
per session of tweuty week, p Myable -.)Lie-
halet in advance : ,be b: l ane :it the; uad
of the Ss:'iitl.. No de,.el,ctl:oi f r, ahl e.ic>
unless in ease of pr.:,tract7,1 -.';-,knei ..
Beingin n ,I e ,:.t th,: i..- .lhi,. .t l.:,c:li.,:ns
in the i t )rior ot th? !.A'.0, it i V. o: t' ,h-ign

and highest- w iqplrati,,n.. t., mwake tii!
Academy ijerit the pi, rouage rt' :ll liie ,.-.
ot"Edtcation. 'haukul't'..r p1 t [,t ri'uuL-
age, we eliciticit a (,l0 1iH'iihfe -A., simiilair 1.1-
vors iu the future. .F01 further inf-J'Lra-
(ion, relfer to
J. 11. ROPER, '\. M., a';tc,'r,,l,
3 tf f G.iuesville, FPa.

*^;-;-"IX montbsfrom the date of this notice,'
: I will pre-ent my accounts and vouoh-
* .ers to the Hon. Judge of Probate. ,f'-Her-
mndo County, and ask to he diSCha,'ge,.d
from the Administration of the Estate of
John B. McNatt. late of..faid County de-
ceased. SARAH J; MeNATT
.-; March Sth, 18G1. 61-6m



N INE ,I, uth: :.i'- : 11, ,ll te Lh re,:,.1 I'
L will presceL-* y'-, :., '.- n otch-
i- AS j- rAd .t* Itt' ; ',1 t.l 1 ..f J-1 o
B. 1t i i' I ,_,:.? tS,:',i, t,:, It+,:-J tL .h v P ro-
tha e ,)f .11.0. 11 I, "In' .Ly, t,,, a 1...l V>ti].'l. -
Im .Il t. all1 ;- :I x tu I.,! ,]Ieiv-,!'-': 1 ti ,:,iA t' t-"
t{le tr .-tdJll ,i;nii'i -Oti,)-i ..11 -*;I | ": it "
PENELl'-E L. S'AN,'f. Almr's.
J a u. :;, ,. N o. ^5" .--_ ""
u,._--X,11 -
.-.^rtr -r :,; "t,.l. i t'i,? rit'-I p,,il..;: tli,:,n ,:.lf
"-hi,[.,i ii ,t t, :. ,, l i e .,i .a.i [ n.. iw ill L I. n
the FI,:,a. ("'_art ,t [',.h iu au.; tor. t;h
c,:,taiity v r M, rion, St.te ,t Fl,:, id t, t,,r
the i-l l -. ot h ['*,vcr in t1!,, r,.i l
E -t-ire, an 1 h,-r .lih Lt',' in the? l( t_-,,*iu t*l
lprol.,rrt\ 1.1' ^ lh'.e!, Inet" H U-_I).I!I.I thei lq''e
- .I [ .T .. .- Z Ir 1 i -
o.fd" ANNIE B. Hul'1,;INs.
uur 1D, .--,.,w

la,,,Ian y --, 22 .,
[N. 14.]

tn A.' t, prev nt t11- p'ocurif-, ni.iig
!,,,.l a.,,; ,in; ,-,t pct's,,n to de-et fr,:,ii
.. tlie ,. ,,,y ,:,t tl h,., D.',h.:t'.d .fi e d I a l t, aud
11F" ,' It ph 1.'L, vt ,,:, I',. 11
Th,. f'',,l *-t*eq? of t-! he Cronred,", .Tc St ",tP
,,t" .\ in.:ri,:-,],) enr-tct, T h.,i ':"*'" y |" t' :,:,l
,,t ittje.,: tit t [e ruln es arid' i t,.d,..- ,,t' w Ir
u h -n. }, h.,ll pi~v c,,,.'e ijr >:'ii ..ie. ..i r- ,' i ,.,
i ., :.,,1 if]I r'.A l. d for 'S,-? \'i>:% ie Ih, I:',,j'
.. tlw Cq,+ l'._,-1 r1 te Stat,;- ... It. ,,'
w h-, -Ih"-1 l iid ..r .; an ,, -,;, 'I l'- roLI,
the a, e a ,! ',r .m-,n 11 ..lrs,,n e1 l,',!hI- t'-,r -er.-
Vh~cv. t.-) t. r- le th,:ir pILpet'r c t. a l'.r .
;,r to .,i't.-veit th,;Ir a ri.-t i0 l:" e ho :tui ne, (t.,
,lhe -ervike; 01 dho ,-iill knowingly e,.in-
c cal :,r lharh.,V'.I. hIy stuelL ,1-s.ct r, ,:,r sl 1!i
purehne fr.:,,u i'"iy -,oldlie," or pers,.,n eu-
rolle,! t,.,,'- vi,:." "T'7 p,:,!'t i,.,!i ,.,t" hisi l at _
,. I,. ri s voe e Ir c'i:,t in.., -r" a ty
p-r,.i ,.t i,...,:,.n ':ile. t,:, th>e ',,- ,lteet ate
"- U L',. t > i ii, ,' i...ld i, r I, t t lie 'o n -
: .,* .t<," S t.I ,.,, -h'-tll Ill,...n coLIVii't'n h,"'-
; ,. he IIi Ii i-.i- -'o:nI I t I i u.:. e"u te-l ",',te
,. i ,' -, h a v ',. .' ri -.. lic ii.,:, ,.,t th ,r.. ,.,ii e.:,
be t L e ,ii- .-t ff\ .,:.- i -'. l! .1.t'l 'l ,1... -
lars, and be i ,L.',i-).,,I ,',d I,.,L V ,-:-,.0 ..I1,
twv yeai -. : ..... I e 1
Ap~..~,January 22, 1SC
r. : ^ I

'A n Act imit,..I ';L ll.- h; Il.3ih iu ll -til
cl-_e.4, 10 di tv t,,.'..';" !,,' u .u'o h,)i .e.
. T h c (',,,,_,i.- f .- ,.' tile ('., 1E'.r itt -.' S 1 1-
of A_ i['i. *I.. f. 1, ,.. i t, 'I ;,'.,It C-1'h ,p p ii 1
t}\o qrm v. in "'t l'"-~,-h,'.i,:e. i, Iti^ l,_I.i.
- i, ,i ,i i'> ,h- l e' d I,) .*I i \.. t.Jt', :. i',,:' >,,
l_,... "e : P r..i-...,-, T h e i4-A .l! ,i I 1 ,,
C.ttr-..o il 1 hi7 uses .
.A!, ,,' ..f, .aL U ,ry 22, 1864.. : *.-

D ">... ,pj- iAR"t i Y' O4 oE :
SG,-inesvile. FI:., April 12th, -1._.;_" J
A -T n-ny tiuiie d ,ii]1i-" my ut,:en,.e, t1'r
It::'ih,~ ii,+ .,I t'i.'r ,_t l tli,:e w'111 lee,.:lvi:, p,',.,in ,'
attend 'r:,u l r,)t'L M t. I A LI,- t1ir1.
f l. c. B P i;A icE- .
A l Depositary.
April. Il,;t 7-C- tf- ."- ***.

.** N otice.- ,,
F [;O M tl! i ,] > l th,: i..ll...,>i! .: .,,'- thli
ti. iu ,..;i v~ i ..:,tt... ,, ..... 1 bi. i be ex -.
el, t .,?,d I',t V, ...... lonaccount of the C v--
ernment. ": ,- .
3 yards OIna'l' rd-rs l.,. 1. ; : vo1--
-83 (- .' i 8 in i, io, '"' 1 ii, "- *'- +" ,
"2 '- -4 4 I .(h..i;J~g 1 b
1 Bu >.!> Yar I t. If- l+,,' \n:,..,!.
GE(,,. SAVAG-E, Am.\-ut.
G aiu.5--vill,.I'Iay,' 21 7-- tL

Wanted to Purchase.
.-it, old, ,-,Tlro m- a l oi1,? to -I-) C ler, in;
and the ine,.-eas-aary w,.:tl about a y*ard, t .
ing errt -,!ii. &,... Th al\-'erlventi_-A.r n -hlt
also purcha .e a ,:,iaiai co ., .Ind. washer,
or6 a girt. A I ;h-e : -os'J- La.kc1('!;
I April 1111h, ij7--3w

1 ~lable-bolil n,:g,',e3 t.o work for
i.0 the Qovotru ent ou R:,il Roads,"
$4U per month aud goo90 r atiOus Aill be
ivu,, J 1-. H UB'IVN S.,
Bald,n, Ap~ril 2,3. 681--It /




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VOLUa1E 4-NO, 26.

VeHOLE NO. 176,


,WT" r Tm "'

" n T T f! .

0 wi th c ald l -patch at this

-I -- II -Z ~ _- ~ -- ~c- I- --~ ~d"l~C~-

Cif thiaslie olalting wair.l _- Is-fL1h1. .s'
ost at i,_valtu ble ..,1. and br6ltiar;.'t, .
.,, .F "--7. "' -, ..' .:Z -,.
couint-y' one of ah-ift-n^i^ elf-."-'
,aicriticing soldiers. And whi.'.reejply-'-o,
la.miierit Ilis unlimel-y dAtli,,w.'its.subv- 4'.-. -
miit ijasi-tie'ly to 111? -w(ill'f^O c-^ iv;* *
that all our sl1liera w,-,Ald..e~de'S0yT .
r'-' .: ,.- 1'. -ti,
aitnitate bis example, and e e 4,P.TSo\^d ^v,.
t. ue u under tile_ .... .... :... :'.
Cr.~,.3 and 'Country.. '--. ^ ..-_ "
IHe ended hi-3 christign race-on tho fieidf'.;:.
of c.-iinage, with no kind friieu'd;year 4:^,;-
Q-.othe his uiort~tl. stiff'ermg -'4iiFl^^ ^
,o lii.3 grit-6frickenpatents, t l;
lart; (f itit, last moments. But-J e :-._
w'.tl hira. He didnljot fo)Vsa e his-1uTojt~I Yi.--;,.^
;'.:.ll.-we, in that trying hour. D v btle.i --.' .._,-'
Ile uie-t d eath trium plia nl ly, a t4 i w t ,,-tjo ,.''-j
join ih,h rau.omel ruilliii of HI a.av i, Rd:-i- -
hai enteredl upon his exlhaustless.s rdr'd..1 I
'fle full blaze ot vision haq beew."giyn-to--' pg^
faith ; hepr has meL tlhe swelH'ug Pf*
trt+i,,:,, j rys. _A 1 .; ? -Y
S"C lru -,ii, th.o b,,som of thy God, "" .-', .
F,a,"spirl'it, rest thee now ...r^ "
E'eu ,, lil., on ,I.tti ',hy. f~uttsLe trod,
aIs lyat w.as UL thy' b-row!V

Meachedlotie ,)tricesp'risT'-,
Unhlcache'l ''" '
Linen Strii~ oj,
Shiteetng, --'
Silk anFijFiax Thread,
Nee'.l!t., ati,] Pitus,
T o i l e t S :. a |p :. .
Fine K-nlc,- P,,w-ler, ."
Perou-Ciii Caps, Ca. ._M_
Copjera-., -':r-'
Io n '
A l'r tv ,1 T ,b-a ce o .
R ice. .... :-...
Flour, ,' .
Tin Ware, ; -_
Allr ort whiolh will bi''s'old "cheap, or ex-."-
h.a t-.gel for coutrtL'y lPruiduc of all kindd,-- '-o.
J. T. MATIIWS...^ .
June lSth, 1N63 26-1f. ..:..:

TIVWO horses strayed from my place i.q. .,-'."
Gaine.tville ou tic U.U 'of MaiLy-. OV '" .7,
yellow coplv,= mire, regular pacr, a'nel one -"< 4
graiy p'.',ny (tiiialion ) wi('h hi3'ma.iriiro~uch-.-
ed. A libt.i'al rev.i -.l will be pain for any .
itrt'ornation ,:ittheir d tlivery t0 thQimuder--
-, ,i.,ld at 0 aiue:ville. ., ,
June 1S, 76--4w ..--
L,0 S T .

-i .b.ht Drat't on L,.,ard. Dozier ma'dq
b), b Henmy I. Dozo'r. iai favor ot the'
un,lerigneIA. TIe atlju.mut,.ifoci,. i ufta
D l'alt. iS ,il o J .
All patticr are l i'hereLy cautlnel agaiust
tl.Idlng to' te tsaidl Dral't, .a Clioe piymeut,
ot" Ill.? :,u, to any person other lthau n iW o -,
iin,.lte;'siz c. [ h:15s lijeen stoppe-d. ... ''
J. J. DICKI.SON. ;--:o.
J n 1 ,- 7 r: ...;- '*- .

SALT! SALT-!1;!- -"" .
I will sell .5,it for t ".,L ce, or ex, f iAtg. -'. 1,-
it it lji' ..ii-'i,, lt, ..:, L .U'd, B a oa '. ^ "- -.
l,;'o.lu:.e g.;nctratl J. A \+t)-; ;'= .
< i -, i t. . .i ,l J n 1 1 -" .
: -* .-'* *'... ; '
ST 1- A Y E JL E ; t B..
A :iwajll black nrire mjulei,-3 ei ol,'-
w:as Iitst se.in at Hog'town crgek ; -<.
lnl'.ruiati,..ii .,i' her wheiieabon .t; U 'iaklx.- .,^'.
fu i" '.Cri\'c.1 Iy S. A; ,,'atW A ."N, +.:: ."-:-^79
A .".' ,K-_ .4" -. -., .
at ottce Fla. K,. 'W .--S'"
J ane 11, 7,5-2-w ...Y- .- %v

0 P E N E D. : -,
The unJtrsig,.,d has opencJ the above.-
nwme'l Hotel at -- .
aud is 1..,,+pa'r ed to etuteriiia-the -i-aveL-
ling public. JA.\IES A. JOtlN..TON-' -.*,;.\"..
JLnel 11, 73-- t f .. .;
N 0 T I CE. ':*
NO IC .; :^^^
1'0SO E indebted to Asa Clark of Asacik-..-^
_L ua U'oantv deceased, will pleaseco, Jp-_i'"-^
torward and make payment,, and. lChoto.'.ff.
haius demands must present them to. 'fS
W. D. CLARK,.. ...
June 11, 75-Sw '-+-+


N oti c e .. ..
SIX WEEKS after date, I will apply to:.'
A. J. Cassady, Judge df Probote of.the
State of Florida, for the "ountyof Sanir-'
ter, for Letters of Administrationi'lbh i "
estate of James Weeks, late of 'aid-
county deceased. HARRIET -WEEKS.
April 23. 68-6w ".

A LL parsons indebtid to the estate of
Thomnas J. Waliacet, late of Marion
ooualy deceased,'are hereby required to '
make immediate payment, aud those hav-
'ing claims against said estate, will lire-
samt, them duly authenticated within thO
time prescribed by law.
..., .. NANCY S. WALLA0 .,
M ay 88, 2.--8(* -. -


:"- .',. ",~ -,= ". : "- .,.. .' .-,:7 -+. ,..i .
.Ing slates and fire brick; thread lacings
," flsortingi, velvet of all kinds.,
See. 8. And it shall not be lawful to ira-
t the following, articles enumerated in
tedule D of said act: Angona. Thibet-
and other goals' hair,:4or mohair,unmanu-
factured, -bananas, cocoa nuts, plantains
and orages; cabinets of coins, medals,
gems and collections of antiquities; dia-
monds, mosaics, gems, pearls, rubies, and
other pyreciuus st nes and imitations there-
of, set in gold or saIyer or. other metals;
engravings- bound Or unbound; riatians
and reeds ; paintings knd stationary ; leaf
amd unmanufatciured tobacco and cigars;
or the following articles enumerated in
schedule E;"i,,iionds, cameos, mosaics,
pearls, gem,*, rubies and other precious
.stones aud imitations tLereof; when not,
p~et. /
Sec. 4. None of the manufactures of
metal, designed as either household or
personal ornaffens, siiall be admitted;
and inorder in confine Importations to ar-
tioles of necessity and of cornmnon use, the
Secretary of the Treasury ball pre.'ribe
the maxiimum foreign prices at which and
within which importations Lie goods ,nan-
ufactured wholly or partly of co,,l,,, fl ix.
woel. or'of silk anti designed for wv:tring
aparel, and do not herein prolhibited, iiiiy
^ be made,.and beyond which importatiohne
thereof ihltll not be made : Prov'Me,.,
> That articles herin allowed to be impor-
ted shall not be irmpresed by the Govern-
ment'oor its agents after they have rcach-
*ed the Confederate Stalies : Provided'fur-
their, 1-har nothihgll ein conaiuel shall
l bconstrUed 0o prohlbir any imnport.tion
tfor the uso or accotinl oifhe Conf'ederate
'.. States, or either of' Iliem: Provided fur-
ther, Th]llt this act shall not apply to any
- .-rticles which have been or shall be ship-
i"^ .e with knowledge of the passage of this
e.ct, before the gist day of March next,
but shall arrive in a Conl'.dv.rate port at'-
-.ter that day.
S~ec. 6.- That whenever any airlicle oi'
articles, tho importation of which is pro-
hibiled by this aft, sliall, r,4"er the iirst
.' dny of'Aiarch next, be inilortei into the
Coufeligate 8"tiets, contray to the true
".* intent an -enielnng of this -,et, or .shall,
after said Arst day of Matclh next, be put
.. or'bonrd a,,y slip or ve-sel, boat, r.ilt or
cart'inge,. 'ith t l i.,ttn ntion of" importing
thesame inito he mie n fCritdera(C Si.ees, alI
Bucll..ticles, ng well as all uther articles
i board the same ship or vessel, boat.
raft orcarriage, belonging to the owMt,.r
of such prohibited artkles, shall be fur-
feited, and thbown.r iliereof ..lih ll, ni,:re-
over, forfeit atd pay double, ltic- valwte of
such articles.
Sec. 6, if any article or. artichi.s, The
Importation of which i-s prohlibited by this
act, shall, neverheless. Ire on board any
i, y bip or vessel, boat, raft or carriage, ar-
Wirnvg after said fii.,t day of Marolh itext
in the Confederate Stat;is, and1 slhall be
omitted in the nuanife;t, report or entry
of the master, or ihe per,.,u lia.ing the
chn : harge or comiarnd of Euch shin 6r vessel,
boat, raft or carriage, or shall b'e.onitte,
imn the entry of [lie go.:ds ownel by the
owner or consigned to be cju-,igniuo of
Fucharticlos, or shall be in-lp. .rte'l .r lau-
ded, or attemi ed l o- ,be ii,,rti or Inn-
"+ ded, without a permit, the s-in-e :c-ual'009,
,l.fin'esand forrfeiurt, -: -hall be-in u,, rv,., a n.1
may be recovered a- it) (ie eacv of siimilhr
,omis ion or oniisi,:,ni, lairlling, iinp,:,rtat.
"- tion, or attempt I,) lan I ,,r imlport, in L'elt
-. tion- to-articles liable to luties 0-, thih'
importation iito the -C?,,nfe~ tec:ue. 't~tteS.
=., Sec, 7. Every C,,ll,?lor, naiv l--cffi.:.er,
surveyor, oia cher ,flf..f I uf the. CLIStui-,
:hall have. the like I.uwer an.: attoi'riLy
to seize goods, wares, and njere'land:se ira-
ported conlriiy to the intent a il Dieating
of- (his-act, to keep (lie san-, In 'i-sti.rt
.}* unuil it sliall have been asceii -aned wheilh-
.er (I1o s mnfie have been t-_ul'teited or 1lot,
-and to enter any ship or -.e"cl, iw>'ll'i9,
)louse, store, building ,-,r other plate r.?r
thopurpose ofa Steling tfc.rnnl-eizilrg
any such goads, ware, an.1I nin'chlifi'.,]i ,u4
subject. to duyy ; and i fauy piersou or petr-
sons shalloonceal or buy an., goods,w4Ves,
-" or merchandise, Jknowing icil1n0 to be lia-
; ble to seizure b.,y Iliis aet, suc.h per:.on o,
persons shall, on C611victheu tilre1[', for-
,.",felit and pay a sumi double llie amoual 61.
S.:"*. 'value of the goods, Haresandnmerchandise
;" s Bo concealed or purchased.
See. 8. The following addhionail o0a0h
or affirmation slihll b1-taken my makers
.(( or persons having clifarge o," c,:,rmandl of
..: pny ship or vessel arr'ivinga";t atiy port QI'
the Confederato States ai'[er t-air fi,'st dlay
=[j pf Mlarch-nexi, viz ; "'I -tnrthr -w~ear (,ri'
-" a.ffirm.) I~hat thcr~e arc n:,t, to the? {.,:st ot'
my knowledge aund telie.'.on board [insert
i.- he denom inaition and. )inam e 01 tlhe v;e iisel
,: u;' . goods, wa-res or, nn.rcha~taiidi llhe ira-
;" Dortation of ivhiel, into tlhe Cout',.leiate
ElBates is prohibited lby lawv; and I do t'tn,-
; her swear (or affiriu) thiat ther,are not,
":boarj [Inseit lIhe denom-auni,:,n nnd Ihe
name of the vess[,l] saiw g,'''o'I,, wares or
*+ maerchifcidise, the Lupliort:,ttii ot' hitrli in-
to t~e Confederate Slates; is piuhibited by
,law; and I dio fu','hcer swtar lor affrm)
'-that if 1 slhall hiereat'ter discover ,:r know
.of any such goodl;, \vae-: or me'rcha.-uuis'c,
n board of llhe aiI ve--el, or whii..h shall
l~ave been iujporied id [lhe same, I will
immediately, and v, ilhouit...d,,l.u,' rqiAk,..
due report. therc-of 10 the-c-ollectur' olf tlhe
por[ of thlis distrctet."
Sec. 9. Aft'lr ,aid first( day of Mlarch
next, importers, .consignors or agents, at
-* ,the time of euteiing goods intio llie (.'on-

federate States, shall take the following
addition, an oath, viz: "I also swea-r_(or
affirm) that there are not, to the best of
my knowledge and belief, amongst the
said-goods, wares or merchandise, impor-
ted or consigned as .i'oresid, any gods,
"ares or merchandise, the importaidL of
which into'the Corfederale.Statei.is prob-
hibited by law; and I do further swear,
(or affirm} that .if I ..ball hei cat'tcr discov-
er any such goods, wares or merchandise
among the sz id goods, wares and ,merchan-
dise so imported or consigned as afore-
. < ..,-aid, I will immediately and without ie-
lay ?report to the same collector of this
: 1. district."
-- Sec. 10. All penalties anlforfeilures
arising under this a(t,. may be used for
a "and recovered, and shall be distributed
+-- and accounted for, in the manner pre,
s scribed by tie.actt'entitled -'An ant. to reg-
;" ulate the collection of the duties on im-

*' -: ports and tonnagee" nnd sueih penthiel
'*.,: and forfeilures, mitigated or remitted, in
like manner and under il.to like conditions,
% egulatiuna .and irestri'llious aA are pre-
scribed,-aulhorize and idiveoted by- the
act enlitlod "An ac io provide for miti-
Sgalingor remnilliug t'Che furfeitures, pen
alies and diiabIltiLes nccruing in ceeliI
.. cases thereia mentioned."
Sec. 11. ..That :his nct shall expire 01
J t Ihe day o(ifihe ratifieafi.*u of a treaty of
peace with the'United tiates.
Approved Feb. 6, lt,3.
[No. 33.]
W Whereas, "ie Conf -erate States, ar
!-- engaged in a war, up,,n die successful is
site of which depend the Integrity ot' thei
social system, the Iornm oftheitcivilization
.. be security ol' lil'e and property within
their limits a. well as i heir t ilitenee a
sovereign and independent Niames; And
whereas, the condition of the contest tic
imnn'ds that they should call into ,equisi
tion whatever the resources of men an
"" one.y they have for the support of their
cause, to faithfully administer the same
Therefore ns Ft part of the system of th
S tublic Defence-

-The Congress of (he Confederate States- "Infantry Tactics" for the instru.
of America do enact, That the expiration tion, exercise and manoeuvres of the
of cotton, tobacco, military and naval, oP., co ipar-y, lic of-kh'nishers.
stores, sgar, molasses and rlce from the. soldier. a u I
Confederate States, and from all places battallion', brigade, or corps d' l,, urme
in the occupation of their troops, is pro- by Brig- ("en. Silus-, Casey,,U. S.A.
hibited, except under such uniform regu- Published by Evans attd Cogswell, Co-
lahions-as shall ba m ide by the President luutbia S. C. A work unl:,reidened
of the Confederate States. i t C f n i it,
See. "2. That if any person, or persons, in the Confderacy tor neat.tss il its
shall put place or lond, on board any ship, mechanical execution.
steamboat, or vessel, or any other water '%+tt] C(\r,,l,'a,',ti .
craft or inta any wagon, cart carrirtga, .T & t"'t*.\.-_..._
or oilher vehicle for oire" r ,tra^-- .... ....
portation beyond lheA.onl'ederate Slaleif. "4. tCrGod Is ouir "ruat.i "
or into any portion of said Siats81,001- t1 :1'
pied by the eneauy, any of the nicies 1
mentioned in the first section of this act, .jj
or shall collect the same for the purpose
of being conveyed or transported contrary, ' --_.
to (lie prohibitation aforesaid, within.'hje
Con'ed..-rate States, or beyond them, the .......... .
said articles, and the ship, boat, or other
water craft, waon, carriuge, or other ve-
hicle, with tho slaves and animals that .H,..,,o<-^* __
may be employed or collected,. l e,'he pur- pi-l_--...
po,oe of aiding thi'-ein, ~lzl b.!' furfvte,. :l._
and nill person=+, their a .,,' Mi lI- ab to r.% ,Q.7 .
on conxictiun oI' being iuter,.sitd or coin- i .?.., ,
cerued in. tie itierpriio, t.liall be deenl(-.lA,.7, Y
:o be gU ilty of a high tiiisite,,i .' ;n.n :- y.' ",
punishableby i uelt line or imprisonnnt.i"t,
'91' 11.1, as th% C v U It Iw ay injos,:.
See. 3. That i n-.iiall U, be lawful ,o t
put on board "any. ship, boat, vessel, or ...
other water crAlt, or upog any wagron,-,, t( ,
carn, carriage, or other vehliele fortIransi .
portation or conveyance as af'oreSaid, any
of the ariidles aforesaid, unless a permit J'. M. ARNOV. Ed.i7or.
be previously obtained front .iume ottlce, ____
6f rie (Coit'edt'rnte States specially --
,hiri-ed ,0 gr,mnf the same, p t,',ivil.Irly GA(INE8VILSE, FLORIDA.
det-cril.iug thedarticlestlihIt t ob/,c ladeu,
aund hie ship, boat vessel, w;t.er crit',, s.vru[: i:' ,RNING. JUNE 1". 1,.2.
w'igo:t, carriage, cnrt, or oilher vehicle, oi,
whtclh [he same is to be tr.anmpored, and -- -1-- _.. :--
until boud slhll I.,e given [ i t dhe samOe ev. '. C. Joh.lnst1n ";
i,.tll b, ecpnviyeI and tran-ported Iv the The above nw e.1 t. entlcr, .in will
place of deslin:ttion, under such ceon-li- '-
liOn-i and regul-iions, ard .,,r such oh- prtael' at t the l"-.1,, t..ial e!11 '1,0 ,101
ject- as shall be proe-i-ibed by tie Pretoi- to-morrow. The su,_,Ject wwill be i tLC
dent under tlhe first seiL,,n oft' d is act. ... .
Sec. 4. That the collector- of'all ihe dis- l1esttrrection :of- r--vior. ? I7 n .Ihis
tricts o,"the 0onfedei,'ale"Staies, anud .-ueh last dlisc.outre at flhis-p1.i,.,, he- gave a
other officer- a1. may he.-.designatcl, by c i bihi a i si0rica*acco h ,
the Pre -,ident oft'he Co'ntrederaie States. a
shall have puwer and autihority to takL ilt- .0f.lie trial ;-ind cricifixion. \,-
1.) heir cusiody any of'llie ariiule.i befr'o '**:- "'-
ntintione.l found, ont any ship, bat, or .i, Masonic Addre'ss,- :- ,
'other water cr.tll. when ilwere i- rea.,on 0 ) tt I .,' h
l,cve that they are intendlc, t,,r e.- ,,r- AR HIB r.D T. LA K' s E !
lati,m,,r,.,r when in ves> l.. e.iart, or wa ,ugii pLee, will deliver a 3IMn-',:,nie A,!,lk',I'e1
,r anyo, oiL" e~r criage or vi,..le ,,ha, . a 1 itnaul,y onOthe 2 1" tt.hof-h is-month.
evi.ri or, ill1 aly % i1,a inf:., I, -r ,:ntly ,.,ii 1
their way tow x. li h d e t,.rriiur. ei of' f.,r- .
eign nation, oc ,ow.1nd. ihe lei'it.;.'y of A substantial wa'on+ for Sale. Ap-
tihe Coufedelerate t.&te it OLie O,.'ctl.li,.i 1,Il ;tt tl ii ,:,ffi,:.,.'.
ft" tie Unhiie Statei, or dhe vicinity ,here-
uf, or tova^rdz a place- wheue such ar- Complaints about the Papt ,.
t icies are 4.niteuded -t.o be e xl,.ouriel1, a it-L
not to I erniiit Ihe sanme t., lie rem.,,ed un- W .e lt.tve rh:a'e.:' ve.[ httini"ru j ,:-
til bon.t shall be given, with s,t6l_'.tclo, y ,la i, a t ,,,t.r ,^ ,ti,,n ,,I thl-
sureties that no vilation of this aCl. an.il 1
ilhe ,egulatiqns under tlhe same, i n> int u- %Vll,., ,.. a '. A ll that \ Ie ,:.;., to-uy, i+,
,led.. tlit it is i1ILlfl r.','-d ly t '
So#' ,. 5. That (he power gnrnte 1 hy this i s i -,
a1 10to 'Je revenue or uw her uI'i..eris ;f01 h di, whoj.-e titne LA.1Ve U...t e:1\.A i!nL.I.-
C,ui:'>deate St.atei under this ac- to -al- Tho tlltlt nlil -t I:,e iu thei n -ti',- ,:,r P.o-L
l w ," el't es ,,rtati.: a ters, ,r it is luot ill tt6. W ,, !,,
]b,-:t'.re li iiLii.n, .," |',.,r ilhe >-eiztt.'e or d ?- -'a t r t. t i ~ n 1^ \ '- >..
t1011l;.:i0 of1 any of lie satid arii,-le.-, h',ill our dtltV f'll','.
be exer _:.: in c lu,,nfrir lly \\iLh s,11 in-," "
struei,)ais a 3the 'r..'sident m.,y gv,. Confederate Call, "tr ad Assetr.
ilir:,igh thie Depu-irmenis ol f \;uVar a i ..t 1 o a s 'q
I ':I I N\'' '1.0 '.. ft- th-i \'
lie T i'e 'iu ry w which i {n 1ru li,., ll t nyt i ra ", t,' ar l ,I -..'* .,..," t..) t,.. tl,.|t
p,:,.-e coundiii.;us to the de-tin ition ua1 .' Z. J. C. L,'V h.'v.; I.h..; ; ;' i''" '" -
.,t tLUe j ...u., .1 .l tl ;. i-"-.,'. -L.-int u17' th:' "; i ..... te p o ,t
p r o e e e 's o f t h e 5s a l ", )o 1 a rpo r i )u n [ .' 0. i l.l- : .-t'., ,: _- S "' -
oft, in military or other supplies fo,, dh1, Mir..L h,] li, I i .,t,..t.,r,, l.i. .n.r ::,. : .:.
l-uhlic >e.rvice.--.hieh iu;;tri ,cn' y us :.i | -t"" E '1 ,-( h;i .'i ", ,.',: ..,,] h, i -
"Offl ers bitll., be buun.J to obey and it' H Oik.' *niI
a i et, u. o.'r suil sfiall be brouglht 1g1iu t l,,ih t-lJ t-,:,tU of 1,:. ,:,r.
n "'.-iioh ",rtic,:-r or officers. pi' tl1Vi.,uai,: t3.,
or the ,,,a-y ij ledt the gen,'at i-sue. Advisoiy "o0ard, for Alcl.u:t. P-mid
and tloou p.rout'oJ-a eaulsimle.nee .willi io bfarion.
provL-iins oft'-. thi n aot, or it' tile regtula- --
lio '"- an:l lustructioun4oL" the Pre-i~lent, Messrs Simpson, arkm",u and
ite or Ihe- .-, e .1.! bco, bsolved ftotm all re- Gri"ia, have L? -e l -ctel. a ihe A.1.
S'i-,onsibiliy ly herefor; and an.1, pe'. >;on 9". g -
gr'ieved by any or Ihe acts o any of ,d e vi ory B,,ar. i this o '" ,nkler
oftfcer.? or geunts aloresailI, may file hI tile act ,-f '.,:,igrf-. al^[,:v,.;.. 17'
ejilion before the district court of the 18-6 4.
LLtrict iin which such oficer or agent re-
sides, and after due notice to him, anud 1to .Messrs. ';itlh.,,:tn, Brown and, l
the diktri,1t attorney, the said court ma; 3' .te j have b 'ue alli,,cinte,.l l.,.r thpe
proc(ed'siummarily'lo hear and determine '
ihereup,,i as liw andju ti.t- Le.ty require, county ,i ,.,t ii.
and tile judgment ot" ile stid cut.,, aui '::^:
tbe reis',ns therefor, shall be riled aii.,ng -r.int },.i -rI. t_ t,..1I a fti 1,,j-ijT1 l L)
the cordsrd, ol' the c,.,urt, an'l in ia:i e any. e-, L, :T ,. 11. t, t .. ., -w h t.i, +
t'elea~e shln L be gr.'thted, tihe j,,dI e nl..v "-' l l ;.>.l .. -,.- .ri il~ i.:
inipose sueh c-ouLiidoun ,ts to giving bor,, i tra tej s, tbJ/5[:,eii,.l :,,+t,,:.-,tim~e'-iQ ]'orni+to'"
nuL ectttily as u'i', in.h~is ,:l.iumon, Ib,, liel,ut,,d^ anlditr t!,..j ". v .'h i
neue-;aui'y to se.ture thiis act fl',.,rii viij1 t- _'* -
tion. aud in case or" ret'u,;.,l, may iinlp,>e time, they'-will d,,iiitllt^:- gr:arnt Grant
double o," nreble c.,sts ui,,on the -,eitid,m er th l,ri.vilege of forcing them to report
if ch-cumstances warrant : Provide, l,: .i Tht '- -
nothiuig iu this aol shaiill hie coustrued 1.1 tt thie head quarters ,.,f thn; u,'i.l, ar-
ft'ohibittdhe Confedh~rate S'aies, or an .of, yo ^ta~ ~~n i h ~ii
tle ,froin exporting; aiy .qf the a rticlei o- . .
h e-r e i n i n u m e r a te d o n th e j r 'o w h ace : u ti h l i g; e o f. l o 't. x o in ^ I s _. r j i .. tr r,.v I '. -
Sec. ti. rlhat exclusive .turtsdlcetui is rrees fur-ther n,,rth ,han where; his?
conf'er,'e, upon the ,l'st',ict courts ort' he" 6t.0 0 n~ a restin_, r lae o t,
C2...ntedrrate Salaes of all .utl{S ,,r actions .bt, >0e.j.o a' retn ~ ,-n h
thl ,aaiii .y a rise tu ,der th is a ct' i n b e h a.-lf o t- e te r' na l g r;raft." -
the Cunited,?rale Si.italcs, its oLffieeis antd .. **"- :
a g .t o-., h . e r of al i e e T h e ~e re r v i, il a t "a nd c x ,, t .iL -i e lit -
ahles, nu ,,.,l-,elu re.?, Im p,_,qe,. in tdie alllc .
- t" U t-L t, int'o,'maiion <',i aetiou ae- or 0f. the .^avaunahl ]trlitnb[',.',,ii 111.
;halt^j!;irt, ;_nd ages to get news ft~rol;,lutidla v.Mhie
lalo u 'e mJrand acrdn 'ra,,-i^.,L totally'ulnfoLutn cl.i "Inste:,,.l ,., c-Oly-
l liw s n o w .in fo rce lo r v io la lt oi o f . ^ i n,-' ,..ri N a t ,' e ," ;+i P
mittgation and" *remitttanco 01t peualtes ....,+ ,_ n...r [u n, l"e
-and forfeitures, shall be'applied"'in .imi, eru'"--^ -',ei.i'' j^ ya rff),untaln
lar cases. ... '- 'ut '-f a I hiL lll. I'"-it^ ^i-' . ,

See. 7. That it shall he lwful for the- ,.us t ) ,>W-/' t ,. Lrl
Presideit or'stioli officers'as he m ay. u .- 3 ..
ignate, to employ any portion of the mili- "' m
tary or naval force of the Confederacy or Deserters at Work.
of thle miliia, to ,prevent the illegal de-- W'e publish the following from a
parturo of any ship, vessel or owher water ., ,
'- letter writtenby1 a re-l,,n tble vnl a- n
,,raft, for detainintg. taking poses-ion of, -1" 'tt "y a .i l "
and keeping in custody tde same. or anry man, to show the stateX aflttiir-. in Le-
wagon, ca'rt or o6hej vehicle heretofore county. IC0U1'' U01110 ,olh"i t l,. -ae la-
m eutionel, their teUns and d Mrvers, and ...... ... ..
Iheir products at;oresald, nnd to suppress koa to protect East and South FloriIla,
and dispcrzo any assembly of percins who ,, ,. or.
ma,, re-i.3t the execution of this act, or Wu J rr
,ppose the fulfillment, by the officers, (if the ,iuinljet erls d.
; pethe fuail ". 3 ..
the duties imposed by Ihe.sate. "Our county is in a continual excitd-
See- Thisaet shall expire on Ithe day +ntettabutt deserters al1 their 'nv-"
l of ,he ra, ifica, ion of a treaty of-peace witti- an1 th ti-
Ihe United States. o nts. h ey pass th- ro g o .' t.eI
2Approvel, Feb. 6, 1864. way to (.'ed:ir Key, nlnn>_t every day,'
S The New York Hetropoletoln re. and it-will n,,t be Ion, before they
-tins a suininary d i to t will have a heavy force there, if they
co rd co nrt, a n d a m gi ng'Y
asyhave not already o
-Federal pride. It believes the Sotth d llrne5ra .r .
can never be conquered. and that their sov h r
recent su cess is undeniable. It, say, his to-m,'rrow. The (Clyatt's !u-tVo

t So"u eve t indep next week. On lthe 7,l;, thYankee-,
ho u h a i made a tleseent u, n C'lav Lnu'iiu.,
The Ohio.Crisis e.thu,>tos the loss t ingu ftl the long e,,tton au,.l left
in ceriels, conseq uent upon thi redu e- 0message for lry C-out,.ler at,_ tr, ,,lS
'tio of labor in Ohio, at twelve lhun- that m onethisW
dred m millions of bushels. u l. be back so:on Iafbe r'the short

The N. Y. Tribuuesay large num- cotton ly -- h'trvej1Ust^Wome in,
Sbo-r of officers have resigned. and repIrt, l*lme,', oe Hard i nd
Two thousand men wore drafted at Harrison, taken prisoners' and paroled.
SCineina. tirecently; sixteen only si until to-niorrow, when thev-*re to i-
-nifie their willingness to serve. The port to No. 4, when and where, there
- h T lie thatptheiri of-iodary n st-t is to ,e b e rit anm l g-at heriuo ofdesert-:-
.b .. .a.. im_ ,th a a ,d te r t atb r M s o l a n, Tu,-, do t a yt r
,v tc is out, or w niograc, o l H su t m medical t -V ......... ; ,,, f
e Teo rtificat a l' and -f : "bouture operati o ns." docu ",
- ,, e ....r. io.". "-."- o ... '.." The letter was w written on the y10th.'
ir "The S tirit of Mlitaryrn.stitutton", W iie_'ltdta h e 12'
' y as .llar1ot transilated- and ",:-
_-augten tby 1tograpnical, rttstortcqt, were -'-. --tie ,"
i Topographical a tnd M ilita ry Notes.; 4bo ttt one 6'eo'ch k in co, ..iderable three .
c.With-'a-newJversion' of -Gen-,. :Jonibini's, They lu~tve "taken-every neg -ro they
-,celebrated 35h chapter on grand Hi'- wroable too catch'. They are deter-
tary operations, by frank Schaller.' mn f p.,,sibh.1, to take every uego
A-An iuvalqabls work, neatly printed ,
le anidhandsomely bound by Evans and An, ru "he country. _
.-C, Th" buly 'hope we ,'e for the eople
O o g s wV e lA C o l u m b i a S C + : : y : :" -P .- P .

si-,,n on Frid.,v iii.-Lt. C(,ngnrss adopted a
mntinl. i[', ,lt)lart ng tliat-- nothing is
i,.jr. ardently desired th6an peace." The
aeries of su,;ce-Ue5I w!lh which it .a.4
pleased the Almighty to ble v our viu-?
since the opening of the pre~eit campaign;
enahles us to Ir,,fess this desire in the in-
terest ,o:ciY7iahatioand htr. bmtanity. with-q,
out danger of having ,:ir mioiives lni-ini-e
terprete.l The w,.I nt-,t now see ihat
we can never be e,,nii,.rt,'. W ill n.,)t ur
adversaries Ibegin to., feel lint humanity
lins bled log enouighi, ai,,l d&.+ist from a
longer pers-vvcrau':?c l~M waulou, lhopelei-
contest ?' The war on our siie lia.? been
.stric+ly defensive. W e (I1 n6t rish to i n-
te-rtfere with tie T, iv.ee and properity ot
'[ie St;ite nrrayel ;,ga;in ustt All we ask
is tile nLnle-trubed ,enjoy.uent of the
the rightqN w'hieh or," ,Olimmjn ancfetoir_
deilnr,:,i lu be the equal heritite oft" all
:,art ie? to.I the social co.,m pact. If' onI1 rv,.l-
%ers-.ries, deaf t.:. the ,'ice of rejaion al ,]
justioe, shall d,.:term'ile up.gui an iiil,.fi-
bite Prolougtiii olfthe e,.-nttt, upmii theiii
be the re.pouaiJ% ty of an '"fhis.2n -t1. iu-
juriotts t,, tlle i,,te.rest') of 1-a'nk'i.J1 \Vc
Lart no t-r ot'lhe r(-.tlt.

A. W. )oise, a youth o 17, t'arr1ed
the'flaig of the I4th. Ga. re-.in)ent at
the battle i-,f thie WilCrin,'ss, Until dis-
abled Iby a ball. M11j. If. H-. -Sntith
of the same reg, te,, tgk tho fla.-:
and was insta.ntly killud1.

A Leader.
"A Lpa,.lr f.,r the ie..,l.!.? 1"
I (l e cry th,l-y raiu.1 t:1-.I 1 ;
".A I~eaTl,.r fo.r the Pe.ple,
Lest the Pe.:,ple g.) astray."
And ill hils ,:li.,LUl -:an..tum,
.;.ard.I th. Editor tlie cry,-
Andl t. his pen a:,d paperi
S'aia l, ..-That L,-.i.Ier sHiall be I."
Tli,n wvith a look> u.,p-.rnal,
H,? .?eiz And cra.che,l ihis atelent nodle,
Awl scratched an-i 5or.atched agriin.
Till at lai-ithe ni.tch orf gnias
W.- fairly ill a flame.
Aud the gol-.Icu pen tenw bri-kly,
For a "LeaL-,r," itas tihe ginme.
Anld il ,text tarinim g's pl l.,er,
In glwiliigf waors thouga:i brief,
W:,-:- the fLM'ler for the peoplee, "
Ajr.! its text. -the price ot'beef."

of Levy and Alhchiia., aud in falt, all
of the counties Eu" ti Smnvulit.,e)
is to ,,'rcia,,ize a l t iw i, th,:.- bl,:-k.-
If it iQ, not ,.,one, thJ,.y will so,,,, be
m asters oi the -ituati,.,,,, tuI..l ruii thle%
country. Are y)-ju, willi._-_, to civL u,
y o ut r nIt ..._',,i'i...e :au,] ,"t, 1,' :.ui, ,.,r ,i,., ,,-,oi
iu tun 1 1 t,, liih J',r tlie,,,. bf, ',:,, .I ,
i,,.,w 1., tltc- tinii," t,, r>, ly at,,.1 ,.., ^ .tuli:-".

..lij u is l ra,',.ic.;l as well ns ex-
pLerli,,eitt:t[-l-irnti!,al ;,-s \w l,,riual
--it 1n11-t burn i, hlie ,-,oul :or it c.,u
neve-r .-mile in the t.t.';u.

Crop Prospects.
It U8 e,-r.at inlI ref 1 .1 I IhiI I to tiht
henrt' ,_,1 thj-." w h,., l,_\- ,_,ur c-n fu t,:,
h I:., n tt It tli.' (,',T l' ., L- ,': I1 ,
tlI r,,ih. ,,t t thl u ',.,ll!...h. i ,;v :,11! \ 1
*._.', ..I. I A ry ei I,, ...- t,_.r,* i t,,,'.,o, l Ir,.,v'*i..

:I t. l t, ri, ( tt u e L l ;l..
W, ca-, :I" ,, I, t :t1 e :t ,I I u,, ._ v.
w>,..-;,', i; \\h!ial w ,': lnu'.t. Ih .\.

2." Lti oxl for J. P.
.A, -l,tnL..it i,.ti I.,,.'.,i ,,t',.,-,i1,'.ly
tIh ." J I-l I.,:. ,..' ] rul.l.itc... -t, ':.Ir J,,, .J u i c l
.,it' thc 1\ ] ,_", lP.V ,71\';l1,,, ,.,r L..t N ,.. ",
to tnke Ll l.t,-e :-,t ,ll ,.I, ,:. n th... 2'.],tl
ILuIt, to fi ll .1 I V; ,;. y ,-, .ti ,., ,.,'. l' a
tll i ,: I':- t th,:, ,:.l., ..i, i:t O ,'.' ,r last.
tf:;.. l:li;Li. E~tt!,.. V.. A. ttrt,-:r ,.nd
.^ il- V s.t l-,-'. = ;it',. :, [ ,,,..'n tedl [ -L, i,- ;.: .,:,, .

The Mlltr'e1zr i-tg.-- ,' ....
S 1" 1.. J.,,,il. J,.,u,.s, ,>-t -.1.11 \iw,-.-w rote
-1ast Lc,:lI;' it ttir,,: oijii, .w~s- 'fijti,rlerl-
I A,, ,_,,,,.,n;of. w Iti. ,:,v nogr,,:.,W I,:, Ih: .
..'.'v 1 tr I' I. 96ndd nned and h,,,.. lu

(..:,,,l\ '. '.. tilt.: 3 --, 1, 1": 61, l- a I ii..l -a hirc -
,i,.,u r t',iiii .'..,] h ili )'.,I.! ,_,. ki ll h is
ut t,4'r. M .ur. -J,., -9,4. wn- a c:i tIz,J-, Iof
,,C .,]tttil .,'.,, li,-,_ A liuli,,i,:'. (*, ntt ,,', as \
publris]ed.`, ;-' ., -

day- t e,:-, !ow- large, <'a al'lti,". W,'.,a]d
- -4ll ti: '" in thle 1.onfeddra-te-
. It.: t -' t u .kI t,_, e,.,t,-i-t ,-,t' th ,,. h- ,

',,j v ;,(v lilt",,. it' :,ii ^.ii.". ,,l.oit ,:. 1 tle
;, v,,\ .' \\e !"n,'- %v w ,r, v\ thitlk eim.-l', _.l-[
tu tnll, "\ ciliilt-t r ,I,Jle I ,rri. Lou
I.-e.l, l i r.,ttt >. ,11,[.l if" thl.,; \w e',I:
V'.,.i.: .d ,.j i ,I l ,.I r lii .- I ..- t..1 .

ir,;pitajls at Lake City.
V\'e V c .:i, ,;..,,,il.i t ; ni l ,, .i 1.l -
r.,i 1 :1 . in t I i .'. ,,.i ,1 t .".. ,. 1 : -.o., t ti.lt.
lh ,'l i ,':li ,.' t ,f t l, L k' (.' l tv II,., -
l 'i i:ls.--" l h T iL t '-,: t ; ,',lr ;n i i.,. -l.,1 ,,i r, 1"
l.0.t -th S ,.,'-._ii ,s a Ie. =,..,t kL .it '. Iw -
tlh,: l.^-:I'r *!!, w.' .,.r-I. =t.it. tte ""'_

FU,::': 1. tl,' 1 A :ft.l.
I' L,-P. I [ .\ I\::LI;." l.' 0 .",1 x I ['' -
\ ,+: It.iV' n't h ,..'!.-: I ,'., tt~ lO,) 'il A t-
]:,tql- _,.:' r. ?ii._N ..,;:_-lit, a," (-m f.r
mjon,-- toj v/h,.,,,a .,11 ia,.:k.r-,:.i .__-.-, :tn..l
:'.ll tiu,:,i,.ii slIuh Lld 1.--2 s: nt to J.:,Ilt C .
1V'l -iti,. r, E.,-. O tLr .iek 1' '., w,,'.iit.-
,.[..,'.l It ^;".l]'r,:,v.i- .\ ; .i ',.ll k in,-l.+, w i',e?,
h';>rb-, t,::, viae;--',r, : Lt.I l rins : -m lint,
and ill f.tt, evvlry tiling. w.hii,-:h cal n b?
uf I.,eu,.It>t to o(ur uiLt;.rtaiiate tro.:,ps
v.'h,, E :IL -I lI-_,el wt.).,r1t ,l. -T hio 1'o i.4Pdlc
O 'E ._ -t t,. u.m th iI.....II, 111.1* ,],.
\\ ell +to get :.ip:suppaos. an.l t,.,r.,rIl
them 9n- as +soon: as+ j.M:'- -,I., l _,.+: .-. .-

.fur tthe Cotton. iSit'es. + .. .. '
"+- To. Camilla.+ ,

Gone, gone': aw-ay I'w d nv u, 11: r' ,!i.,111., e,
Hea\'y e'aoh voice falls upon mpy--ear,+.+
N0ot '~~''.--v~t:t ...!:-.,,lycan- nov atone, ':
Fo, ",ry lost friond. O~hilhow'I w.sh' tti-3e
+:: haere., -./ .- -' + r:' '. > "\ 5 "- ;,-
Oft, we Lav'e *w ,i.l,.r>;-. "by tlifistream and
*; --m ii l, :A. <: : : ++' '". *
The- river ,.,ft h ,+ born tts'0n its cr~est;;. "
Str,:lliui'; ;-,Il .e'.< ii.ug Up' aid down llhe hill-,'
Thv iwuct, sa'i toi,:e hniie,'ing in n'iy 1lireast
But yobu-thae f,'5wn, bnd Cother fa,:.ea fair,'
Will claim lihy ehn-e,'iul .sm~iTe aii'1lsw-eel
cares .... "+ I" d
O~h h[i;,,y h^*;.-, .v,:u I..e where e're v,.,u t! m.,

U-l C\.ay you nvr u.jw y,:,ue Iriuii-l'-"

snlioojilv Il~clygio. C
Foi~vttfiil c, y.'r Liv ea ty -VC CIL-SO M DZ
Blihll .Iy t~he birds, plutii -1,'thitLilifi WQrry
6 .:. 0g,
I -tra hkit alcne to weep for thee.
Oh, Camilla, hlow wy heart would l-;ip
With b,:.yi;6 gla lie's to see thy face ag:twit;
F.,r1'.Ike tha t iiLi oliielaiti, I c would weep,
But thi.it il INulU II my boastedm'anlhood

.I ill not weep, though tears'iright bring

Auwl wipe(I ,nm ity_ -heart, [iIis- atll-con- Ltt -
Ing woe,
The clot,,l ih -it's q'err me n,1,w, nu.-.t Ia1.s
h ., b riet ; : :. .
I'll s1 e tlje mi ile a rt iin, a-nd theu o iuu .) \r-
r,.,w ka,:\v. *
TH see thee smile, a.'f !,u a y jes, .
-8ile swe+tlyo on me as No,.i'vu ',votet e.
The p.,wer ,s thine t,, "t.'l' me or tohwesA;
Deal c- se tl ., with the hI,..,it Iyout\'e w.,' n
And ll -ll I plead- in vain,o1 h lovely one?
Tliy ge,,:rous h-eart will -urely hee.d my
,. .ory + +- ^
You will Pot laugh to see your friiend un-
d o n e ; .
Itn pair tq wander, anI in pain to de-?
S "i--. + + / N'VQY.- .

A YoU NO- BRItdADIEk'"C0ol. Jawe,,
IPeariti,,'(-of Virginia has been .made a
Btig.ad Idr General, his pruiiti0n tc
(hate from the capture bf Ply moth.-
H le is nit twenty-three years of age
r The ChJicago tithes of tho e.2th iasti
says that on TX httrsday.lnight, the i2tl1
inst., thj entire N,.,rth w 's almost ir
Odspair the people saw,,no1,ope.--
:TitL'- wh'Ilre they would a pall covered
.the +lann NYith E','yptian darkneSs.

..MERI,,AN. Junto l.-Lee fInd F.I'u,,.t
h1 -ve r,., te.I Yankee c,,lui ,,r ,.ztt.; Bul-
,.I\\In, in N,.ir '-th ? ;-.,[ ., capturing 2(0
w a.,,,, lie ,, ;1,, l1.,.,,.. with stores of all
*].;-, I i].ii.. .,. F,-,rest, m adei a forced
,1 ,',.', t-j ni- t the eniemy.
'1 he Yankee are molre de-lructive than
ever before in lthi State.
Marma',itl,,k. lhas ereeted anoiher bat-
lety ,.,i tlle M i -:-i.-t ,ldi at Sunny Si-le, Le.
1j,% G% '.t \i.le, an .It h is a iU tuil..),r of li,.,.tit
liitmiedv tp.tll. He hi de'-tr.:,yed.' three
te^a il '.''-. u, I, ) 71l, ii,t.
M ,,|'|, ., JuIr. l. 1. A ?peo.i.a'- iqitpU h
Flo fie T'l_ l.i,- h'. Dale.I U l -l.vin, l lth, says
to ., aL f.1 t.,:.ed ,.ii,,.-h nndl threw
lrt' .t ,[ 'i :-.:i; ?, 'i\ii '. b.:t\n-,,11l lh e Y .l ili e
r.I. in.>:*. ",,I i ,h il ' i t.- ",\ },ei o he hi .l1 th,?m
I,' -.. ..t.: i _.tl ^ ill till t'-l i l, ,in t'l in j fi ve
lii+, , iu,{...l Bl tll, ,' thl! iLi tl.ltk ,
..1 ,",v r... I_ It ,i l. ,,I t"i r u i l e .
Ait ,.ii',. l i1' te o.i,,,-q hl eriueny w ere
r.:.|',,, .- 1 ,; 1 l,.ar \ oItw e l | lt, il ,.., -'11 .I
w% I .,- 1 1. \ i!! -tu 'i.., a.1l itany
l[.t ; -.:,n,, I' "
'T i,, .ie.:: t',-., ;',n ,.,f w r'"jlz 'lY ,:,n the
I it k,..-,_ lin.? I' a I, :t I .in,:.e i t III, patI. Cllel-Od .
I 11*. ,,, ,',:,*.: I ? v. vI l ,! :1 iv .?.
RI,_tuil-,NLD, .JIrit ll'--AC(',,J.Its fl vIAu
th,- l'i ..,nt r, l*rc-.-,iri .ntG.-itd t,, i'? I.,,-y' -,Jg-
t,,,= l. ; 1' !i'.1--. T here i -.1 01. k.,1u k '11m i.?L-
,''__r v,',' r, l ,1y a l tt 1 ,l V,- I-1.1 it L i'S
o t.. '. : .. .l tu I,., l ii ,, T '1 1, l im,, ...r l ho
;.,. ", L'.. ; j -. ".,.,* I.. 1.! t,:e', 0 il -.' n '.L -V eL'
*2."'i' 3~':"'] *"-"I' .
L'.T.ArLi:.ui... Jiihw 1.-11-? New Yurk
Ile.'ul.. t.f th.: Ith, I- receive,.-. Li i,'Olu
., .l A i.,,-, J..hns.:,n weie nim in",tel .,y
.i.:hII '.,n venti,,,is m dthe .qil( iti't. The
IIl :,!,.l lih il"-_ li,: l t h et \\ .\ lh v.: .- I rd.l
rt,-.,.l [ ..- 'i \i: .
Tl 'h o t li ,. ..re-,..l i,,n of lhe L~ow.,.,n
l.ftkI'.t'.ii ,,".'l ii f : t C.,. theLW ti l l l[.ii.ltl, e 0 [
t '.,,? M ...] t ., : ,I ...,.., i iu ?.
A t.,l ., i .: !aiilt .I f,:,r bllrttir in the
XV ,ly. Hit d he itirr.,r aii,,r i-; -,lhered
u '* -,"!ti u :i .]\ t r,:,h . ,.,uii ,,.. i ,ii ;l ll'q',?_.:
M,.r,.tn t. 1i tel M,.,-int i'lcrlinq-, Ken-
tU,.k .",n the .lh, ,le-t,6v,11l ti,-e Ir','.IZ ei
anllI t,,re up t!i .. lI r:l.- l :,'t'I hue I-.Ituc :,, Cy Ii-
-t il I;, ,hl ':, i r .1 l ,',.eta Ivnithi u.i1.1t zi'h rPar-
is. H.- ,:,,|.i ','l the i-. :enze,' ti~a;n, oc-
,.iMl P. iiI, t-, ;ii,.l li ln.> e.J thI ..1 im p,,'-
la n t lry: )!-i!:. W ,,'. !;. ."l[ tha t [,.:,.itt. !I; t" .?.
i; f -ti, i :.1 it *-'., i i, 11 w1 .
T i H .t'tr [ll [*iti/l*'- intj (!" lh T t.,,,- i ..,1:,1
,,w~av "I (le ..n a
tu.ala;,, tIjr dhe p,,tjli,.;.t!i, i .n t ,, a l..ug a..'-
Stnt njl tie b lj-ltte lel .I~etaen Lye and
' i r, t. Th-e T inLv-. l ;lui iII ,I it 1"1 .3 lh
,,'.,-,'t ini ,Itr ,',i't l "iii d ,..t hi .w ,.., i l oo. t-
l{"-;p thr (}'.^l t\'a-i b_ ,d' ,.:1, i., i .-it, an'l
that dI ,. r.e.1-,.1- wetre-unl.hto I -I klly I N,,:'.:o3s-
f,.,1l. The H -I,.Ll s -if' i e Th ne-T a' a.ticLu
\I.i--' t ,,ll l hi ...!.'i v ,'-" ,lt-t',.tt' i r.,i t's
t,:,luitr'-ttr.,,, I,'ll Ih, r'L, -i.l i .;k', illd that
dh,.' tr'i.!\. -_u ..:Ie:.K -.,!:J. ' -

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A ;el',, L. rA. t'l, r .lS!,e,-m Ini., .Iltt,..I .tt A," -.

IL j e' t -.7 hi, U .. hi
wv.,)"h P T -i.. l-! 1.1. t. "61.1 i-,..,vt, t,.
A ,tL.:,,n., P t -. ; att.I fl u it :,rl.in .),ii. f,:,r
hA l. ri,.1,.:,. It i: 'lie I;t te d te.d.J ..,-hb
tl".r.' i't- ,.,r m.,-t e iil.t. n [".',rt ,,it" dle .\ll,-
chainni H,-" .ay? dho e'lemy i'' n,,t inl hiii
ii -.i.n .I; t, I ,- t, }'ii t ~it liia 'l ..,ail ar .,1; o n
at L.: ~t "M..,.,iii' ,tin ..nd Kcuu''-,v:i.'
.A ,.li-_p.ti~h i'r,'.,m G-ranti,] td, "lJune 7<,h.
P P. M ., sny. :ill L:a' h.en quc i,.t t,:,.: ,.
...P ,"::i ..,? r, J'.tar? 11.- It i-. (,tti.'' itly
iportc.l l)h..-re to.d ty thit Lin,.-.,i an-l
"II lt Jin \vi.: o n.,m im-a,'i'.l in B.ilt'i!i,:,c..on
the 'tih. G;:,l..l in N,\.w V ,:, k I'A7.
It,';iC.M,:,N.>, JutI'e 11.--Bjth Fuse, sbate
l.pic el aI joint re o'tliin exi. n-linig the
:e-:_-i.:,u u1,t1l T,.o-., iv, r:,n ,b whieh
6t 1,, ll i i,,f.,),lt-,tt I.,u-ile. nc'w FugenI ;_
w ill h v\-e 1 d i :,,-,., o t. Thll T'*Ix 1b il
n-ic r,.t,. trh,,l t,., -t ',.,tI.,ittee of tl',)nt'eld-
'erice t,..,,\'y. Th,:re hI- b~ee-n 11.1 hni ac-
ti,:,r, ,:111 atiy t-tij.i.('.'et ,.,f' itj[!,,,rarl..e iu ei-
-thier HI..,u:,: tu-,'l:,'.
tt.itont.i.iMJ ,he ll.--We hitve no de-
finite iit~frtu-ti.,i t, otf ht.^lau r's where-
a,otts. tHe is ,'.;.lp,,rtelI to I.,e movitlg iu
the dii'eCti,:,n ,.,t tC .;!Lt'/..,a Fhtvanuai eouu-

Il i Ie lvratle? Io oCheri_;hL, Tp',.e-rve "lau d
pay ev,.ry p -i6ifible tcibilte of' respect to"
the memory of a her,:ic ilijiidr, wh.:'oe life
was ouffrel a- a prie..le--s ..tctfiche cmt tli,
A1ltar ,.,f our blee,.l'ng.,:..,,intry, and in i .ll -
feuee. oft all thilu ti ke.; lile ,1-a" to:, i menl. 'Si,.-1,h w1- .I rL',- P. [>t'z.:t~ s,:,:i.
,or ct.:,mr, ml y ,.0 ." 7ti Fla. R,:p-im ,.u,, tu.1
e.l.l : .[t I-,:. uf M r. .J... iiu- .L M -. .M iry P.
Di..k ,ni, ,on A1:f -hl .t- <('1,n y -Fl-., l.t.--
| .* .w,.,: i.,,.rttilm M .;-,.kl:,_.bur,'. (:.,., N C.
N ,7, I"-':'.,, !:3:2. allJv.U Ua a,..^!'.j *fv i.t l-
e.i-N.jv. 25th, 1S-:.!. in the d a tz.t,'ous b.it-
Heot" Misor en..r. Rigl tin 1 li,.. on tie
fiel in the hLm..-, uf hl-, enonmiiw-, lfar aw'.-ai
be'N1,m hoime and ru'.iti _,, li. ;1e s )i.)t.- w',e,',
he f'cll, whhi uur'-,iurj to m.uk thB spot.

"H'is Ow..:-.ry f,,i:m h,' 111'gu t.) rest,
l-'.,:,:.: i a ?t ra nt.- r' S v... .
fis__peae,-.rul -,,,i is w oth th.. i_,e t
For ae at hr,,me wi G(.1, )"
MATTHE., wa? a .,oing. m inin of n.hl1,.
-tpirit; a nymber- of th' I. E. Church
from earl y,>,utb, a nd dfvotndly "picks.-
Never wa's he known to ?.p.,.ik a har-h or
tulkiltd word. .Tho Bbl?, was his ,i1ily
t,:.ii,?ellor; he reid it twlce through be-"
fore lie was fifcen "years o!l. l-i was
perfeItly ehil,-like azintr'rtle-'s. After be
wais grown, he would saiy to hiis deoar m)-
ther,. _-*Ma, le; me kneel bj yulir siLe ;and
say my pr-a'yers, as I used to do when a
-child." His 't iendian-l messmate. T. S. K.
writing to his father, said --I never knew
a more pious young m-,iti tie hloved his.
bible mu,.'h have often hear.] him redle-
whole chapters from memory, to his com-
r.alcs in c.imp." Quotatious from his let-
ters, will portray hi{ piety anl worth.-
At Camp Finegan, he wrote : "Dear Fa-
ther, we are now ordered 1( join the Army
of Tennessee, and there will ;.oon be ma-
ny hills and valleys between us, bu-, grieve
not for me, my trust is in Gad. I ln-w
h; can take care of me as n vell in Ten-, S'
see as anywhere else." Agein fromKanox-
vill o "s. am sorry Lo hear of fte death iof
our dear friendd Sammy ;be ,m lhane rgod,
lie was a good young man. De*r brother,
lot -us try to live fr God, and (hen-'we
shall meet him again in ubaven o I stend
you two tracts-one iN on'p-r-aye'r-I. think
the best I ever read on tihe subject. Read
it, my dear brother, and followhits dire-
Ihions. Prayer is the beaten pa; t to Hw a-
Sudetsb, r on fm Geade Springl
sick" andwu~,-oldier Ohthiis Emo-
plac e vone oc u id by a o a ~cu ty on,

r.yan f wa Dr 1May gdinhsiiit Do
men, and a largeanup ber of students,
seeking after that great and imprishal
gift7-knowledge, ..But, "-1l-' 1.1,cre
war has come aold gMoe ma fmaetuofse
ster, devouring before it, and has de-
trnir dstfaned a lily ; seiat to the wars its
students, and macele its halls a hospital far
sick and woutdd.a soldiers. Ob, the evils
of wari! May God in his infinite wtadom
anti mercy, put a speedy close to it." To
his moilier: --It gives me pain. to thialk
thatl you could for -ono moi~ment.. suppose
Iat I heardmforgottten you. Whaot! me -for-
ret the tuother who give me birtli-that,
first learned my little lips to stgy Lhe Lyrd's
prayer, and haw, bd the nelp of God,
hrou-ht ni through all the sibknese and
accidents of ttichiood, and now thac.I am
e entering manhood. and. some di-st"uce
from you, shall I forgot ita the loveine on
kindneths of thehpast '! nay God forbid i
MIy dear miot her, I have not f(prg4JlleR you
r your memory is still. bright in my mind.
Yes. every day I remember you in my
prayers. Oh, bow delightful it is to re-
tire into some silent grove, at the close of
Sd-ay, and there kneel by'a tree, and pray
-to our Heav'enly Father. It has alwa-ys
been my miI foto to-,shun all evil, and cleave
to that which is good. 0',: for graco to
continue 1",s-'
With all his promise and loveliness of
.character, he? haa .fallen, another vicLiO
A :r -' ; "

F 0 R SA L E:..
ONE P, ha'rse power Er gJue, 6one -gr on
mill and Iwo McCarthy Gius fur at..
together with shafts and belts for-alml'-mj-
chinery. Apply to WM.. CARROLJH
J u n e 1 1 5 .- :. _..

T hu.n,:tum in the V:al!e. ,-are said to be
mOv111Z t..warlk Lexini ,,t on.
SIt i i rep,-rte h t{ -t Gi!m.,re is t fruding
-tr,.,..t. l) the -:,utlh i.lde ot" the Apploma-
tox t,:t ,notuer ottla,'k on Pelersburg.
i .tri t.. June 12.-- The rep.:,rt that
She'id;uiu was m,)ving t.iward.Is the canal,
ik not co,,finedI. On the eC:.ntrarN. it is
aiserted that Hanipton's cavalry attacked
-tle raiders last evening neat Louisa C.
H.. a 1d 1401-t-'1L a battery. witi a large
nuiriber of prisoners. No official infor-
i-a ii, of the engagement Itns been re-
ceive,.l, but the tpc- t.jit i-6i Lxr>d led. It is
r-p,:,rte-l t(hat another party of raiders
,'t" Ia. e C V C'hv ,,trnck the Orango and
.d L- -eterdhiv, uear Ar-
S....,.... ----- s.^T~it e,

aplarenily aiming for Lvnehburg.
Rt'U,InNP, June 1H,.-Grant has again
changed his base. He began moving to
our right iAst night about, dusk, and be-
gan 'ro-sihg at Long Bridge. a0-out 21)
m iles below R ichm ond., ,n tilt '- ;,.-l,.,'_-
,:,uv, t lli' morning. Our eav ilry t. ,-"i,21
the enemy's advance, near Ki'l.Jle'S :a:..:,p,
about 15 miles below here this m,)rning.
Outr men, owing tto.tie superior numbers
.A' thie enemy, were cuitpelled1 to give
back. The enen:y were lau'1ing supplies
_Bttd re'ntf'.it;ements' just below Malvern
Jill la-t night. There hass been nogen-
ei al engageumeit to-,di.v.-.' About 160 pris-
oners caipturel iu the, enemy's abanudned
briaslw,:,rk?, have been brought in. -
Ct'iNT,,41, LA,,-June:1 l.-The remnant
of Banks' army is. 09 the west side ,,f the
river- roar Port llu,hon, and4 there is con-
Slant skhimishing betwe.l thii n nd our,
*force in tlhe rot'i' .
ATL."NTA. 'Juno ...-Avices 6om the
front state that the recent rains hiave ma da
tits roads ahriotn impIassabIea" suspending
all -ta:,vcmentsoof both armies. Neither
has fired a gun foqr two days. --
-RtC1MONo, June -13.-An offiotal- dis.
patch from Gen- S, D. Lee Says the battle
of.Fishlminge Crieek was one of the most
signal, victories of the war.. Besidies the
wagon. train, 12 pieces of artillery were
captured. .The route of the enemy was
comn4plte. Forrest was in close and vig-
orous pursuit. .'',... ".
i11,.'uMJO"%, D, June lI.-xi. the- secret ses-

A large black horse, formerly ownid
ji'_ by Emmett Johnston. of Chamber;^.-
Co.-'id F.la. Cav., strayed from Camp-Mj^.
on o! -.ihe tth of May. A liberal regMac^' ^
will be riven for his delivery. "%.
May 14, 81-2t -;-^

'. N O TICE!!! "\
A LL persons having demands on t~hi.--
Department, for forage, hire an.d,.
claims of any' kind whatsoever, througn--,
out this an. the adjoining Counties,.wiH:-'-";
call at thia office, an l receive pi!Y, or Law,.-";'?
fel vouchers for their dues. -" : S
T. D. HAMILTON, :....;
G sj. &eQ. l-.|-i "
., alnesville, PI'a., May -28, 'i--i~f '^^

-- u ^"
will exchange Salt and Yarn for sugar."-
,,ivp /I> MoR~g '

R -A N A W AY. A;_'.
FROM ihe subscriber near Gaineattlle,%-
. Fla., on the night of the 27th JIM:,^. ,^
Negro man by the name of Edenboirougs, ;
Black, G-feet "or 10 inches highb. ,IQ +:
trom Jeffer:oG County ia this 8ta'e.r. -? "-"'Y
F will give a liberal reward for.his |e, -t.*.^
livery to me, or lodged it anyjail sS tkat^,.:a
I can get him. .. -*":':
June 4, 74- 1m ..'
-.+ Lake City Columbian and Tallaio .-,
see FloriLi.r please copy lm and sea "-nd -
bill to this office. ...:...

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