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Jacksonville herald
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Title: Jacksonville herald
Uniform Title: Jacksonville herald (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: E.H. Reed
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1865
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1861.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 8 (Aug. 24, 1865) = new ser. vol. 1, no. 3.
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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TEMBER 15, 1865.

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A T O t '. Y *t .o r y o u a r e a b e l l ig e r e n t. y 4 o n se n t m u s t _' ..
W "h .... a ,e bave been kindly furpishdr! by a gen be put on record in the mos.|bpfal, solemn .W6elaa-Green Cove Springs-Scenery between the town and lumberand the boat
-" '" '. i" .V'ERY .FRIDAY ]ORLN,;. -'tl an who- was present, wity a Copy of e ao:ce *ot being supplied with a sufiicrrtlystrong
.f -. .r .- '" tl~e spep eb ddelivered by. Gov. ,] V RVIN, onn second objection is, "I 'e.aieling to ill-. *W hat could have iasuc!,- h-r. ^ .. Sgls (wn
.... t *R E l't the 5th inst., at Quincy, It ia.t per for u3 pose abolition upon other.iiS, -( do no sucge m me c-ange ot .. .
1) '. R-" .. ... n_3 tiing.' Congress de5iand 1,. n t4e late the beautiful and appropriate nam e 1, W e- a 'ti look.-t the pta e: b t-it agon ,
*'" t :eoalni of BAY, AND"C)CH^ STR.E*S. to say: tn e Governor was n awfie that in-surngnt-States. Six o t^ W ve already ,. ka,, b (in this r h fy- th ,. ti n.,h t o .... in "u .- aIndians,
: ,-'. : -.(Amblers oIIoeg q !ock,)' the speech was preserved, and -t at, there has complied with the denrian doing. the o .e t -da .the "ow and 0
t"--. ts "*^^-]_, "-( "l bceii no opportunity of presentihgf it to himn actedl si!.ply f"or themselyje. ;L,'et -FlorMda to the commo~n-place and unpoetic one ft now p1""rea u witn moore than truthful, vivid. ss.a~
f- '" in -i,,,,,Oi^ for revision or correction, But- we nave no enit. anI-yougie iei e j the. world that lost.. Jo, no mystc meanng-no .o ppig .h
:' .... ^ JiHHHBIl^sigh, -.0, doubt. $that Wr*.-jiat it g oorreet you are taking steps which pleifher you nor unsung poetry, hovers about it-no suig,,et- test uhe picture and woke up-t the reality
". .."h- ty o i ou prepare i**e imasit of the red'warrior whose stealthy s something unusual had occurred, and
.-,, '.: a^ ^ ^'^^ :r----q M ^ ^------^ .. :,::.:, ,o . .^ l -.,eterea' .s "lately tra" --, .5,d its bord..; -the echo h the T-, 'e aiL,,.., "
- ,'7' ........... ....... 10-,50 After being handsomely introduced by Cine e a our ort fl rtpred wild-wood, but. fTd and unmean'gthe ered a the ho .
........'."X ........ Judge'DLPOeit, ihe' Governor stepped for- The law, in this respe&,-,. t know no dis- r,1 ^ soon fast to the forlorn ],okin- 7 ,
- s ,~~ tinction of culor givia ng t otn
'" mi~a~r~ton 3.0(1 ward, dressed cap a pie in' white, aind cer- #-" -"" --G. re , -- ..
. "i '-z .' 5 ; .. .. .. .! a, aware that this i ,rd d octrine to1 m ost vavwdr im agination ; filling itour -d yreen Move.d and ,ntimWi be;n gi f. y
0 tn in j th .e ,,L e of H i .. .. .--e w many} billt it is not, anld n was, sucih to me. Z1.)h ...". ..
For ........ nt N li o g- .......... 2.. 10 .. sketches with thoughts of navigat.on t be asuf ntatoa
Obituarye..,, adeimu l Felou,-Cihzras. that taaeuhood ,s marT Ihs bones, and R good "mars foh saw anills. Talk as you may. ts look at te Spnng9,-weje(ed no ,eond
,.fpr*gO*in t, arms^ tom .^ Tl''tie,; advertisi-,og discuss t- great questions which ao is good sites for mw millse up
larelm ent is a slander pon o God and man.- would have been greater anticipations of q teed; but baby face ith an oca-
' -- .... .. -- -- -= == '- _Th ough not a nati e o i y o h n sat isfied m te that the sihet 3 ot't e ll told the
7 TO IIN W P h f-C E1' thle pride of niy manhood have been S:,eut trthth whilst the master ha;)ied. All classes Inks, than tae St. Johns, only I didn't know, atn o e n-ter and widows of tfea aciefiqok-,
.. .... amo yo. I ave rrowd~u our ..oro u; on wthaeir oie stnd ee .t'e- acn rtau Ar when we started, tha t the namie had ever.been.
t n ey, a n d C o u n s e llo r a t L a w n ,:lt n .n 1 y ha p p i rje ss-, h a s b e e n a u i s till i i, u p o n th ei o r a th e ir .te sti nio n y .d .
mine a u vuoivi.L*ji ; I' am- willing., 11 this eraergeney, to do by Judtge-aud jnry. is t~ n for what it ia chaunged/' ADother difficulty present. itself ed and chickens cackled at us'r-tnmistakabl&
:.,-'".,hroflal,)r to' restore to ovr beauti- ,,v,)rh, They M o often perjure This going down the country and up a river pr l of plce >nd plent- dpgs! There
. '." Jac EII-o VIllC, FIR-' "- 1 c't oqutry niore than itq ariuient l:r,:,sp.eritv, theulelves. I,,tt who do-es UOt knDow that ~
,, ":ftTTII aete iu'the United States DI-'- -.rhi tl,' "" rebellion thiledl--r;r oa such it l iCourt room k the theatitreO mor'f r less ffltse at the same time -is puzzling and disturbs must have beeg i street he~a ohee, but the
'~~~~~~ ~a suchS ^ it^^^ o^^ W^- 0^^ moor-o and disturbs d~r t ad
..te oILIpre te all cTiimq a~aiu-t the ov which had been ideutild with it, and sup- vertex by false witesses. -eijury is such $ aly speaking, no river has a' right to flow only a few rotting planks of-. what once wao
will^K^ ^ into hi-Sto y toeng thstndt, -aik, poont'utithewfi. Bs foloof- | ,
.....ic ported, itt also other culo u within a f, L wth e Pos r- a ovide nc ," that j tieho hris head s north. atscnrr tor nacoal'kesid ..:
vollection~~~r oferme pef,fr l esoe.. ,_
From his'1 ngresLtneea nd eniral kn w th,: B,."uth Florida was, then. withoutal v sort~ w .f nBlbel of tilewitmesaw'standl, warring up hill. Now the Indian nime does awayv ig this trail for a few rods wec0$ie uddenll,;
.. .^ ^^^^ .-.S^ ^^ ertm n inon. shyk -. ki d are rS.rioine ior that. th?,>,1 ,irtrsan.o.b sro nd.e
>d g e o f th e eo tm tey k n o w s th- h-d wit iea, Fuld sup- i th e h oh er f als w it h s r c,,; Te a s ,a d w h a i al th is i n ds e y W etafal, to ehl e S p i g t b ,,sd suihallytteleaki n !
stae hro ugh the h! ,,u .,I,.hich i,, n tiz ,ehe i atn, the qu es ves t au,:! g nrd the Co.r nod rivr hae a' years hright'tof -low
Ito,-p osecut a agles thet l thith- hash tov picyaro
A .. it .,,eM lon da n t l d, w a iuc l in anio un t s in w i ei y o ba d an ; ittB partis to W h.t <-s i and beati?..-n tne sky h. ,
.-. at W th- ,,'n t n whih d ver c s oioln '1, th-e e wt and o'- -*f n e d ol'justpesa ben u l leoor ople like slld ri. t e spa rki ng uo: era th l adw of e, e
'. ,It, ht tile rs.hn..t--ag e o f ethti on16 s ate natiog, the uui ha- ^in h 'g r hich a ra ntowngl -dic'nal. ';or to ue
-o e i cf, noto;n For old itsh ou-t. e;d witnctet cs' w l" warring 11 reaJ
."> ];,-,;.n ;itrobdlwithi much an, I mty, that Floridaswas, then. without n lt tOfthel w ,t he e ven T he dusp, Now t oh e In ian nature oers a

,,7 \ N B A N .II-rEVS ,s e" ~,, a t t i a impos^^i.lity.i A re-^ ^'*^ l th^a -- rrd l~rt~ a0 t ud n at a s a:o .o f cl ud ret e ian th e s,,r : n g^' throm u th v f r
jA 1 -/* j L ir' ni- '-n au~ .-f-n sl b it e th '*-"'"t rl atheh~ hneh? at drn 'h p,-nlr A gq n hn ''"" han'oflh Proidetnce nervess woum ln
From unless it aAnt relieved society o. bad and p.1 eernds life, .... In
". "-- o i~torntr n'd 00 uso iraltv ofPhaw, ,.r,, n, ore\,iim an floi lk, .'l -LdeVin o"i at wthe,'. a e. uch ot erlndw d ia. ._... thid wie t h a o l lbezec m t ohi s frsh rm h A ln-ny

** *iT.ir the -,e',-^e .he ,s Int ] u l,,oihibiiuor af1'--w ranh -r oufitnd, r- ho-te
h, 1 i I. in F i of 'a nl il c( an n n rl eirutt0V. t'sti or sal cy[il'op..Mi \\'ath-t .a-
". tbrough Ie ve^al. ea,,n d gurd th tru t "y" '1'orv. s ome ke w tI c hai of, bkestifu l S. _' al erh

Jacksonville, Fla. the \Le ealRe^ lli.s eon n e.iv h.ia ^ the _mal'las esoaT ton^ s S are er-o laket ornremeral getting, str tch ed r ouOt W im otnead ciiye-A w ez
"1 v _.. t and,: t I ,a e T. tot pen t wernaent thet river sfo-
i--tdc-. .-.; ,, ii rtf ,,l a.tha ( ad or n i ne^ l ame e oitin d uring te st and ye rs ,,ae w o catc on o f the tirns ex Ln uoo -It fl p _A oeae p tea te
g iv "any andste' tht estabr i, Syn -ppint.- a ut sh en t hat iu ., e nst3 anees ., a ts Ino w Ith e

Aug 7. n ,5B RR i, t..l, ..S.aA,-, e iv ; a ethori 'ty tny.] aL, h ihs,',j tL]t. ,cm bin-,entrhlgalwso the toeofp bisni ett er ie. neIas e of *,[;, th buy dut to 's with8"r o n1 e ryenuired byuth cm nneeean d Wnuh atn a<
?""1 . N r ''..--y .(L -Ai.r E N T you'; thi.e in in bittiolu. aof mpl\'y, wi ,:h it. amp g n we l g, alie totstirn de the y.mY,-,tin eepit -ac to the old "l a sw etW a d rd ^ ^ G ^ s rv ie ,*a n
-A CO N A ^ed iC h.-..--eseen y u -la ,ainne le it], a Sh e y whe neg r, e ,t'atslavery, iu i hall tseh I anh a v, d roh -,: l r A gua, to 1dsItwt l nre p tsitmple rtannd bwoti ld A

isi'F PR elcfn o n thfl e m ,,,'-ict lar and a mta t ie of tut, e- she1 bo ,,! e b turi ed so etrall. dee, tha'rn-t o wi vth i e r osy c oolryates lid e u ts c jand d aw ree y pe set n ts an eitself Our uthe h dsteed
..'- .. ] *[ [ANORI ^ I p., .,. iiitn tg,if i-ol. i .-^ h.t i abe yan~cer thusn ther the wr dete rmnat -nw" that thei e amnts .. c.i ^ ^. ,^ V ,'

.-.. "l mtn Lan rls, in Flr,~l o'dt ," ;. -<: Vou __h e fr .. ,u t mv ~i~ r, sand pointto Behi ti i.er int the enor da t 'itttof tor allve r e to-g, or c aed the sawhucy tf n esqu r e otil b tf^a^- shore, l .th -t e ev d ntdsig o
... 11ve t h l -i and of nhes ,hato prn it the rn nnof -au

ee t. 1Iy~ree., c ile ini;/ -t' thh fi ^^Ioi-A,:l ^^ ill^ ^ ^ lS ren'n How the questsh has deoetw ~ e;-i- A -y eto th fcsfh u
tLat rtiln t o bwtt unl f'h th r p r oud t p e tate O r p e wa s n pier as b w ther l t
'*- picte. bqr 8,- .l c nrn_. 1 t"-detr tion y, .l.v".It wit ,,e ,,m v,. that .ho .... nll a ,te uhtre~d by soe, o n theo wh o sigh uol" e^^^ h l. g eoe weose daa-.
ee was th%,ro boniLt .ui :,mitinio neo -iv n t cons .Ier -k;,,. The frotn g t ai noret all and fr .' o .

r T ^ T T ^ T 1 ., i ^ ,^ ^ o ; -.e sacre.- "e nhe issue of 2u ti,0r90 sluggth eisr blotid y otilons tttln re ected on th t ac ou nteor m rro w T o eane, noe' nayet eseaelyan ur ... .. .. ag ain..
th. tAN D I E %V w e eenfedtin.iuh e ary uned -a Southe grvest The deS, e-aon of ,I'R but iaothe r lre.ulou her sels tin- fhe Aa eutair reridetede .ih th skyr;

*iW 'a ~ tK W Pn T A ^T or er "r y Pr,e d~ pf~ ln t n ,nd ?,'11''" ueri' ot your. "N rter -rt ea -,, iri --". 1 .
tt^ M rl aUJ MHiL.~a ,ove,,,n-.,,,,hid h~shalt bric rop,.,blieu u .c,,. Te^lietn\ed thae ado.otiraton ande l wit eac cannotto 'tl tewhl t alkle ton g eye, Itsl allown tothe nname
: ;: tac--i~i.ia.. ,,' np bis t t. ae on,- th bpart ,f lveus o make c.oeoeaucbeast bre eze on all t th am! came to r et frs ,iea
I.' 1n1-101 Y. the n'worven tof tS0o1 tive In ,t fAelWlegt L o'1 the bSote, dll e the4 n e r, thowu g .. s of t ic. To r importance ard at i ri.v -l wheery
Sanisoni *t ( Iwelie'abor Ind ti., sph,, -et, n vi .e Wi h he t er ..he i )ofanqu inferid nor e an drmenialor You c -owa and ae -ry -veru; o li ght-- i p. ,i d. git
:. tffe .... that Othee-t,',.,^ ,int,,'a e 6ef .li' b....e are per- of to, iordn emerald oo Ftoridh, county. e ..

: ... ... ; B.1IB N-v. \.-.k. : ..- .bt t p -... o 'a~ rne waveseat~~wIa8u~~v.an t too cac^ eh, mer song os-lanraer .. -wa-s reeae m. f -t._ adIa hr o a h a.an y t otitr odeasfo h ha~efoiis" " .-. : . ,%.rcladrlu~at_ w lae-hb
.... b i't .ivern m "m A ndl,,,fr:o to co.fnthsf,.re nt ie ws m e rin g Co rth a. te tf y and butx to e t

... JO N A A n (K .. niv iu.l nn u thlr- my.lf~iav i. ,t_pen awin e ars ctligo theonof ble s-end am -tn and-rY a harfqiie little tris, t ebl eve r thni ehpdt ec iak eoed~
'" -y - .... ... y aur w,-,rk?^anl g'ertial tips \ webow her lenderthat whil st ion o unin- fesling re t iea ft on board the

H Au ,,1 T I-,--ly .. .. A o -tb a1.:ni in-llr i theu u,!f a,' m ia, and i o- .Ie a r soc- ety e ;s a en d etbe' er nmenti~ ewas baIn t this old, la d dase : wshow .onl wasm lnd ged "n y" s san "o amo theowestern
,LLJ ACKc.OiN, ,1,; V .,t b* q Yo ,inu 1hy,;;' ,n, l a etTJrY heretha e in al ioh. -. ins.ne ", d > p Ou aouatig'sbeed
t]':tl)~i. bee Itsii'- "inie ]theo, busy rt,.tty towns wii-i ohrnee'eem~am ta h ee et

.'W;.': "' Bee M io" a"d Cu- niv ,b"i.- "~r: btt," 'etoiuin ofl l'rtn mfc s-^^and pi ntc A io o hnh~ ~ t h. onai..:fu oe n spmiring chaedo n th ae d saucy s irrel byil he directing shorm. ,Atito etdar~e rnt-o n'to
Aig0. -7. 11 f t t LI 0:I1. I' e rch a 1 tL I the whooersw on tae evideieraorl t sru a ng fo the blanesf a n- d .'rssappoared. rblindt mtstead "filgi nt

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.... S Oopeece colorel resat on ther looes Wo ha bmm i
t he~~s i n s t i-it i o o f -3a e y h i v~ h 0 1 I C p F n d r n h p RA g s a
I lAyaltyy noNbe Dhe -Aos k tAern and otho fresh be ronlen wid h ot res as 't c e h
"*,r "^i n i t q t h e e e a" wui c (I ( -. n c t'e t .il ho ee l ielc,'- f o r u t r.,, t ? J 1. Q a l l ..
r J.1 Junehas. :,r:,rt~es ,n A,.h .z t 1 1,4, tetuc lain De lar e, ar tv s l a.d a a. ba as hi- p, -n, .. of Lt eme, o' toi s em anne d promsy in ]Utos cue.

's, for, A f pt s oThe n itedS.tateswar s I e r t he w o ughtow e ul te inne lf ousa nowors Pro n a t ew
tt'ti T".Y ro _1ILqaaly. ALI do iot eanr ... a .... ra e ot' ont so eloft ,,pe c a b t heation sh atd lire u i self ....
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crvrniit ihc shal.. w ul be lrop itn,) ut i a il .Ti,.lwe e onq eret iswehae ni o othr-e owads ana evr es~ saeu~ dh h p n n.
%A t t C.1 V -, 0 ,U Ztk% 7 ..". ..n 't -. 1 -) u, k a, la br s of thi wh l on sie 'a .oa m~l',
form= RIA it, ,.oil[es it-r I.U. en eu~ upo ,l .... u U w ealt u n r s ucs hbe a to i e uh ta t4 y -i o n ,. so m -. r
: : ". t' u . ~ zt -. ; : "-- ions o th-,arthhe ,yll as0urne ;efanhelbusiunacsod dof'oufuwtl jn tutice owo lo ...though
-: ~~~ ~ p t .':,.",. ille, n )e' w RE o I ,e r of. t' h. ..- -o
.une-t,. a,,. "'" - nd. a~ntree .. toe,-,~r, tha rnvew~o thI"le"is-ofto an infetriort ra ~i~f,', andx d remoohve stwih hho-lrs q- - t.,* .2.duriothitrten, with ears at ]
." J(I-L- A A [|=_ l nyj~t,,nt tatslve'vhas bon,_e aw y-erswcl ingto u t fhe irM 1a vy melmln and pahal qu to nat ure'shil rmelodes *vto. therippl-. ofpdt rah Pltk e~ ed~k
'. t\,,, e_ Sq;i~oiu th i~stt,,io ,',t, ied.6 tdt- stSge tis asw .owro-hr.tenerenfuehesatbtrer sfeswee nt scodedby hecoil :
.t o x n y.E W and Ith 'lee 1. to.,0. o-d ntred ros w ho han 'e been yo Felow ciizn-, duin th q ti r yer, th wae to cach the sola of th bi as ..
It E" F P C V .i th isotg~ d rilled --nd uglthe 'bu,_. n , ns r ottlllehel;;Sn e tw. nth Il amh _"h w nl miig a d ste u ak o -am n h ws r
Ir'h__paeice n he :ou~is ~t'st~an h\'eexibit e to:- esta blsh ,f~l, and Al) i n, hael-ions at the pe o rth a wu ndtth Ia knoe.-w they hid fro fil 0oot J g j. W, tf $ -
,1 o".' -S.-, .Maio B UoFir, Civ.i'=a.th6 ormityg o iys-f -ht bat] i st n, iine-,r, NAt~the tone of ic L eets s ured ,G'at t h a l"inpr gemto wae n0 if byto heo igsom. A otd k, erni .
Aj~..|,,$A:..: :, trg~o qutto hagoT ~ -t V~:t'hiscom and800000menan-'uidliae . ,. e. fy'b-o. .. s, tlh... s,,ght ,.hic..h.,,,carry .-u.s
.~~~~~eeyh'r that'o slavery, inn al-l~b, itsfr - ]..":". forms nd.-df-
..., ;. WA 11 R. 0 ('lk You -a en -m "~ .- ue la iii y a t111n I) t rd e ron igm tse teru odds hat wit umeery ,c thea s uieree storm such Ower u
,t~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ eeto 0' 1be egle 8eM'oe Ileti ,,, phases,, .. shal be buried .o .trat dep ... h rd0b'udonmdsc cnsas' ..., townd
A- CT O E ER th 'th.. .. .. rin I -.u per-it wll knobrw no thesuravest-i but ist isflly d kl -~oie, fu e Dik d il i6 der blos- =.7 ''' '" .- ["-
he .,'s ifi, '111 1,- %` a the"=_ III a ,t. t U.. V .......ei de er sa q-ttr natio tha the element directt
AN-a L, blewg ond chase the saftll, Th
"u ,w"--"" ) t e er othrw mv ta nd pi nt tr o L lo ok reqi
t" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ fln shl Jone of unvra iipiain t -t .. .. "- p",spra rig into tebeiang, and, fo h ime"...Y"s.. p p ro'ed.-
It the es, -c&aeblood ma d beachea bravea z cue r tea mne h m"t
~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0s .ren and..' -,e~ nuk n ~l~ae n hrl
W Ipura t ehai 0t' p.ite s il l th ire 0 y. (111 taw Ih Nrd e ,111s t-oti a l r~e c bloo ,id vStath s o war. Butete ru n0 wro -ugh t hene:ig.~ e oh sraeadw aeyrs.ge sai tl ecudae h.
otu- equals, dIf uo t mea tin f tha asatee tv, not theo .. ..muehrspeete of othzez:~in cas th......at shvouldb p rk hingh-l Stelf'] ]- "i... ~ebifno ithe eyed ,toup. and warms the' I ke,

t~~. prt No,' eni tt ehrte*H] ~RO4L
;' b is proffsSina hic t o th eitiie '-.. enjo- h. (,aucal-or match h foi, the. Great Republic, did France and purify the heart, that we ay coome back 9kumihngtoindue themttquitoeg 'evae-
-Sat railce. "0';reau enjoy the samue politiewt Enor land combined bat t insult t a
.' r~~~ a d rom trte ~e~a'a. .A social I, ,to ,but that i6_no realou wh,, Con- Oth ;
M:adroi irth rit)aAA.Torsip ie weewt yo,-itthy with. grae 6A Of aparment _.t t-;
." Ca ;1'yesi donce~eorn er "Bav and Washing- stJ tU16 n .,r hin should discriminate acrainat e~ ~ ~ ar u e r~e~ans~ t tecn ~ aeor p
dIatli. The right of suffrag dare not make them of a ractical value, if ck up the dall eeted n ent a
-- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ kde 'uot,"W' ueesl nd~~^^ d iS not~~w ^ ..?T d~r*iw botherar wnhdttilke~dbyti arrive the4 foo^~ l,,.- .
L d. k s,'~ t, w ,here he i av b~e f ,,un t S't all tim es..., cr- T e raht orury~oe o e e s -'" '. .' .Y P ic p h al~ l e a rd c r ot Y '" "n e a d n w ~ t
m_:.. .... .- .:.,- -,, -. ilv folhox. for that is not a natural but a po- an no ohn tons artrdread y w get ,,down e -.. wit ~ t-his- .: ": .. :.
e~x41 wue,, profess-,oual,y ici~e.,, -1 .:.. .13-o hi ar~ bnsa e 'iding !" No w]- theimf~orwardowt '. qmlckerned, y hs arte .tth en ootzfrtdy'w dr- ,
~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ o t[hei. w ar1,b ne 1at3 he -.- -ltbi n 'dmy- e g a t ddo i h
31,-6-- .. -- held. as soind pliemay dictate, this great, powerful and honored Republic is transient wanderingithrough El isnns 'in I think I may confdently aure you th',
--. .Kut. that tle Goverument mav be couinebd yours. You fr aeriedh e in its Our Wt. w,-not ,ned rexp'wltn ot,. o o_ =. lo.i .
"D. PO~ goy When a few years' shahI have pasd ~rWtreatwa~ofefr.Peed, grtul.
.. ."t h a t w e a r e a c t il u gr i n -g o o d f a i t h i n .f a m mi g a .. ........ n. e a s c 6
...... '4' 33 3E2 3LWT m17E X r~s ^Cost~itution, the'-iouveutiou must. in myvoni, away, and the exasperations of the present nor ioud i bustl y be styleda,,f,.n, ..ipal-_ -
-'"** *^ ^ .. T ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Oi) ,tuion. ci rthe oint.:o. must do imnt MY e are healed Joewl epedrta ou- ^ .4*- ^ ^ ^ ^
--' X> 3M IV 'M 3" IS "'M il~iii~:!!!t are heated, none wil b uan tokri-i
1 .ion. 4 i am 0ndm n t n the tht oftenit t e CITIZEN- a-e.. People travellng f.r. pl: rure might t do ont the
-'.. qt icksom vllle, _.Fla....-"a od~eto ternstituton of the.-United A
-Rt ..y"q t.tes, which prohibits sla err or involtutatry choose it on a fit
remediedn ,nei^Cl the new--to oce when ofi .rer goin bee roftfis audience to some i 0 rob vatnotanical search by the te, ,

,.w frrfyaq-~ nP~ra ^dm w sa hvno&jc~o j h dp dtuelling a crime to bajs.eely .punished by "ernitio~n a-d-- ... '-:J ..11 'ot --" "-- m-'-*D -1 B 2 -. :
,' .. .. .... o ... ,rv r'RT A .io oft a am d en Ag i s u b a t o l w a d n u th &c nd t n,. an w e w at nh a, W ell sa~tis- eda, t e ".r e F ree am e n 8 ,B~ are. m r ^ ^oa n .. .
-1, 0~rda .1e r1 dw gi meou r vef~l da uhVe"-le feii, y( upr solw
-an it ewouase i b a ition a te _, :. 0 p k so-. ttl r.s ; .r t. P. o ..,- e.a"
.7 t otu t l Co h._-A. . .. to se e d ubt business men.. o ti_ .p datosen pro "

the Pre wer aigitnforcedthi pon u. Ierf weal, t The reeie ts from i t hevenu e it 1 of or aitonsshed ai n, rcutttaree de- Midle i ptl.
'.^^"J!-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~~~i yip I-.<*;r ... :_7 .. ..' .~cd~o yo. by ...rnint ..-b Mc dyaone o$,3a|i^,, add asdMgoi ih tp iddl shot ofthedemnd, sur. :ytsl.
4-. -k nes inde recogizid tanllt~tttopn complrt frehedoam," ..
ittda lyamounte Ani t9, -.I

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_., ;. their mas0'"inteftd as formerly. Tt'was" NAT OF THOUGHIT AND THE FRETEDMEN.
"',._ supposed, rireover,,tbat thpy were stii. fur- ,. t The time has come when every considerS,- "
SObedience ther rortffi ns State If .pu sctioal ing, to der t o blic.policy and private interest re-
"Ob~ienes~t',W i/ ,"-b..b. MARVIN. hr'f rt againift the deflection of the .,g ,
t~ain ex "lffiable, and', indeed, neces-tono
-tha^ith6 people of Florida Jay' asd
". .-. . .+'-+-++-- edlued pol y th gua mnte of he 1'a- arj. . ta"rn~ipl-gue"ia s ofour"quirs "a ..o" o...
.- y .': tional C:nsttion. The 'vent proved that local in 8, a4 our prosperity andhappi- their prejud ices,, ress Passion, and, with,
in or a c heertfulhope, a hrs.,ia fl S an d as -states -
'" Tfey.IJ,^N^ ENT9 Southern poftlniarm wpre correct in the lat- ness ar- ,P t, ri$nnected with them.' But sn t t Freeen's. interests to ,heart,
*F O AflA- er ""pp but mistaken in he forr. i orga. eiety, and under al systemm of id dispose of them as a soufid judgniefit and
of law Ther plent a bt4prved that t6e quick percep-. Goyernm ?^locality is affected impre.er ,gobdconsclence may dictate. In their eman-
arva lees by'wbx'er nmpY occur of im'praf. n-i'tinwregie.tlehifofhgb
fineet- thM n:" was taa7t tion.oftbeteaopte touchIng their interests, e This priVee hasaw cipaton we rec e had of the geit,
'bt t tegnorarnt an~ohd as they w was equaled n yo-.e'IRuler Of nations, and'. Tclearlyperceive that
!uae y a erulbovregn 11tht he *oan an I9tlidasthy-vra ws enred a I on, qiti Jcts the re'l at fir 6n0e-n atnRl ern a
of zeo x-pujeets, "wlie" should stiffer D >'e: oo" '~
*tite~itt n? u~i---iii~pp~n roln chnnll nnffr : .,'* .. ,. ', rbe'. the" boon.,of* fretee oon oflreedomw 1llofbletoheetheelesing
oonly by the ^pidity-of tlse 4hey st^pposed ..s..Car. .. A.t pr t ius
.wrefmg cou' forevermore be redresse by to be friends" When titeo ankees advanced Napoleoq uff Queen Vicitria sneezes, ne d U it is flmily If e
". 1, PIS a;ra(,16of' th'e humian- family- If we
.,.bringioghi, complaint n "the. name of-the tnto our c.ou try, the Aegroes received th;ein n M of r g h hand of Providence in hatg has
-"Queen'i-th~t an "abise of a.ny one, how- With trtte of hy-throwing up their c le 6,C . ia, a growl from the a transpiredan our history during the pa st-fur
with in; 9 tfie~r.major st4 al 1_knnl ftuoead .P
,' yer low tf',Nb adia, "w**faifidi'gfii-yt6 .... ,,.-. .aT1ke esof ur ean ....
hanas, io^ io^^eii "W, 6nave waited w irdust'lw!:ve His w r s o e
hands ~m~ E~ve.' We ave@raedpart of t .._.f Asia. Ouroflate diiiturbancds I- yar, nr l-m'usi -- Ie~petdt~u~i iokisnt e
'Ito '^ ^d^on.l't o P Ciaoesty ,Wi'ouyddgh- we kn.w -Wn wl c r ,o* e.parts of England, Fraice d_66 nor bni it be cbmp11tilnour colored
Sfoi-YOU yoq v-ekn, u would coffe were
;:: ...... .. .l .i ^ --llss tie < d,". saluted t-e fs of 6ur ant et t as dist.re igly as in ppllnhr' h
principle m!al to the good sense and better ithe er al y r They acted as in- te fo . To preserve the-bro0er- ht ppi. det'. 1t i1" che ng a'n eneou .
... ... ** "^ .ey ur.A yaceaa in-~rt the peae ofte W-a an? to know that such views are enityertainfed
nillure of thepple of Englftxid that. it be- lodr t.14hepaef-hewrd"formers, scouL spiWs4 gxulde. and- pilotU; they odorl '' h Pf1l^^ -f^ai-Ii.KrPlv expressed by the most in teiigefif
.Sn rand "Ao ever rem',abied, the soul of the secreted and ferr4 escape prisoners of war, wise Proyl. h.as made the hapidnegs -of aP.'ey eouted by the .e is t lassehos
4 .I .. wa mindn'of the South. But there is aelass~wbbSe'
sed.-v-e- ~ ~~~the -parts dot upon the piosperit,'-of leo eeigado huh svr li
, tbm.slied ced4e of the lSrtiah mpire. It they robbed their'masters to.-subsist the ene- the whol' ge f reading and of thought is very mi-
'hA tr eliWhh her arms around the globe, my's armies ddstl bis ,imals to trns- it 11 V svi ent that the several States' tdwhichc stll"boods in. unavailing sorrow
./. ov r lo~ ss, ofropperHy, andn 6,a enopea-
.nd. ias beoo e --sQ firmly rooted. mher prov- p ort ite a i Yet t were rudev re- of the A~qrte._ B publich, like'.the Siamese er " lea
,,. e w r r d l re.. 6 ., .. .. ..., .. .. .urein tn..refneeticaithat thelcolore M anay
*in M tbiot ANlwiiker ;-P twin- ati .^5 together by ties which'efin- 'I"terf~tcuhtDclrdna may,
.r .. Yet, be an independent and rpspect.?d free citi-
'=,,,.tt,.,',,. + -. ht ff .; .. -" .. ...... of, ae .cti xe sav ors or r aened blcy .__
^^j^ ^ y .tbtt iatedit^ rSUN they i ^t^ 1 ^^, eE J ^ ua 6 ^ Zen:- Ouo'y sW"*,4oUsCW*li iizl lie is,'
., ,q, .f Umtie -Statw Fi. '-" 'tr...ill.. " .- ,..2, nd'c 4 .h 1 bposessmng before the
......^^tM~f'i^. ,^qe "188" Mfl -,i~^Xl~^ -=1" "tlfr^J .^Lil^"BIRi kreg oul "^~i~^- =cl*^ 1 le posssn beoe-
'.-RP.unit us together, ti-z to an American. .onl ,ch is'aleadv r ;-
.,,;_.;..-,AM _-=- :-... tt f tams n- grd ma~ke..:and :spral.To quar--' ,. ... "
W RY + revo cably 1f1xed ., q nl/ d Ot' i nt)i ng ea n an zfe lt.
-:.l JSl ^8't e ^ed n plt~ettkcet htl coam lW him to accept the ser- r l-wpthsuc affettheas nwseasit. would ... h o ., +h-.. ,
bu.a w r r rc i o h '
*^ -i~o d a Nnso-Conspietloqs, vies of our states. When the Taftter had be^^ fesu^ 8~^States to control, and which caa subvert. the
e i6olopptilaltktote and proportions of their thus conquered' thte prejudlices of the No'rth, 1^^pc i1'1^"^0 r ready ful filled decree, o40mnipotence. The
powir hav "bee so overshadowing, that the thqt, furnis ed twit h undr ,hou-and arro-d Bbor- w,'p 'i dr ^ "" blod .' ,, q snsall oureolored people: be-treated
pote of, 00"t pr t. Stoa-$0 .4.e a b. -c... __ -_'.. .ee kindly, be edreal anvl "a de. re.pectable
r ... ', v'" ,..,.v ,,-:v~v : -,-. -.,.., en and ltaior"IB03o enquer ha: How they,- But whv-has'pedytbini but union ever been ... ..
/. _, 2 .: '4 + :, .; .,+ :"- i .. ..- ... .. :+.part of thebod pols ]oitic. or shlall \v e r~usn their
:.-.tnai .hep wiy' 1pressea and., &down-.tro$en.,c -teeded ... in ocupition of tholghtofP. Wleve we not gloried in Our,..
*tf^al n't ai 4t^e sought their asylum .the 8 Bth an(w r W ho wil-ise t.h t, ta,:,,ality t erpd ple have gloried in ,.+ On , ...ue her pr ..ted, the
.+,~~-th -+ i ame, '%V-'o 1,l' en ,t- It "c"- "(, a ? On 1lthe II l~' I tIiss e er"/ pet2 |I t het b
waJI V '"" q`)'e*r' "ate' U nited-States 1:h eig"hty.. ." ," ."-theirs ? ".F a "Pa i "_r.4 e "Tull- .
u f .. > e .nit- ., ig t Y we, before eommdikcinS the aT -liberated "e,'" Fr,_ I" :-:..-- .,+ Fr,,,:lm n have rab ed, _,n th.r side. fe ery:.
:.'; ," ., ; .+-" ... +"riee ., are w(lt+ o eonlutre FJ e,renbnlen w*i'tn-- u c.r.:, ; ', 4
3*ynrtr4*(igedVoe Un power aninflnu- "our slaves gven th m -each"--"+ t"- a. "r "r .' .... .- .-o the h ane.liatn lear-and evxrv
.. .... o : . ... ., v .""=to b, MoLre' 11Britain," '. London," W ind'lor clk t.le "" ifid) . "+ :. .t": '= t -
eTcO over.tnoi,giant despotisms o6f twenty of land and quality with all"'e he r the -,, Buckin_ 4an P caee are na -" He that nev er P01":1 ^n- lderattit*^-wlch ^ a .be8-
..,~~~~~~~e ... .ore WJe"Buck--ing g to a Staie. ,. .. ":+
**centuritf, an& d LL their f4Wre-ispregnaT law-of ,lifj, liberty and the pursuit of hau- fail to start the 'Siriteofan Euglishmani l his ... -" ,,
.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ .."-S'IP: '+'". ,q7 .a-,- '__ A groat et],,rt is.*06 e -mad~e irm edipfely,,in-
with the 4berti.of tae'woild.": Thus it i's, ines"-that %e ha.d not quickly anpd easil, -natinnalityo r reeliu.n and ofr pride h hsver :-. ";
.at, ..i t n4.at has-4O happily closed, securedd our .e.npendenpe. ? b. = educate ecohored children of the Southern
OAC o g .'S.. "*-+ -:, ..- American p .$1_' l-he FACTc is al)a.4ble S eF.anll he-po le nll se vie- h ,
oIeo o tosw bt is msarntil t:then, that,the .power. and -', Pll "-n oa:l :ee i. ed. T r u h -' .p
integri @ country v tw,ainst- anlothler Wt -s- e-r i ,oty +..., ... .."^,, .>.... ."were oorn, tib Ae a dt rin this work and- sia're
ntag _r 4- .. :g.. ..t c. .iy of a*t..te can be ensure, d o- ly by- out the South the doctrine of tate Sovereign- wr r ti & pr m w a .re
ti.n.. j. ... ... L fho 7r. It. seems -we can read it,, as if
g.u). 01 +.+ .xteft, where, maxims of laying the foundations of law down below ty usurped tbeit*rn? 'National Sovereigntv, r t?*+e bo i i dr o+te Ai
Oueen B41sa bj.n ..lp'y.forgotton. the qtiketat -.tiades and curreh orf class- i he thoughts" anlctts ane, pr,,Te of the h, doo,,and.for
^The re^l that have,.thus been, wrought interests, )Rice and tpdpion-fri--.- ple +. t-o "y, unWise a 1.1 lirniou..... .r. .e i .tirr;n. ,6 "o
"nut th-e application of a prix ciple so.beau- home the. massive rocks of Ahea Consttution orn a n ,.. t ^ !attw.ountrya nd even sono pdrts of Eurf, tQthe'
-. ,. .. : -. invery wax.kd,_' a aitni~ r ijlpnele nt; as, in+ .-". .-, -
tifl and hu" -ie-and by one .so easily ap:- square down upon the -naked 6e1mnets of ,- ...'if- pu. .gre tet t exertions. The in'difference, or even
.~~~~~~~~~4 .--'. +, i>{ nodli",ying O~ueucelupon society, Sltwent C+ '. ,. .,r
ltfedt> (h O m trkrationof!isticebet w+en right and manhoodafnd let~tng every living far and did es-cliP to make u two people.- 'T '11 1; c l- n : !
.*.man maD-- s mtnd outioA booy+ m a nhe- m feel that he is an integer-of the power, Peparate and .4isiki in-mbral convictions, Af .a ? "r ber WOUM tbeforusto d
.. ..... ,. + + .- : .. + o nfifi if ent. rp ie -h ofsue great lo-
aanc< of ^at EXmpire "whose drupis p ef t ] I^Iht'eal o As ter. From these fountiaics
L." ..,. .,: .. ..,,. ,: .prosperity.ta101 gloryV'of .61s cohinfry. ; ... W" -ca rp-,t n~e. iv which has the sym-:
rou he rlff M n W OS0Om OI' "+ r *" gushed tbe b106erBxeasnc'.of qtxlt i 1,a1 1) r(.,ju- : -. -. .
te.ftt. oui. -orlc a.tnd.p1n w ose do ]on- it mav be l% furu our passions and Pre- ... ..'- i" pth.s ,of thieeivilize'.1,w6rld in its favor! -A.'
Onions "* ..e *-n.* never setv,-that he is blinee r h elid- juries' and O4e Li.pfrilcd interest ^r(a :dl .+ 'r ... .- f ,,ti ,t., lebt we ow .this people migh0
^ ^i '.y- I i i -" *i -- I .. r 'ose irom all fes r-,ii t, flowled overo os fe aanl l_ ,r. L--. ', over' "- l a
or tho Ba8 tim eus who cannot see tbefii, and clasFes will alH,,w uh teo -ti r ... ..y l-e a l taie .A ,ten" :- betnusbTep ^ .. : r *
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ U tot 'Wil t. .i :. ~ n !61 i | aidhtl ained ixl i h Wl!atraternil Diet(4. " ,,, ,
ASrie tolid tatn Baalom who cannot apply iti its broaniit .aefsure to the it <,f But the tbg hich brouth o a ,"e oPe1 Wf arolda -td know that ar
them i1.llying the fou-ndations of Law. It this gtntc, the conin Conventio.n mii an- are lhh'elv, dttr:,e,1.- State .,vereicntv rabigshmet rcofpltedat the North-,P r the
4 manie^ -1,h'0t the rich, the-skilful,.# Pe swer. If-it p r'r-wiI "-hine like the "v fed, sud a n'n-oned e en by the on-'s o
fj"r. tp.,rb ehiidreu iwi~t in our bound.-_th'e.& ming
w 't .l r a n d 'th fi p o w e r fu l, n e d little s.t rs kr f c 'v e r a n d e e-r ,'" b tft if i t, lik e th e fIi Pa lels T h e d ctri ne th t e 1e n 1,. -u. n o tl vt te d o isbo ur od
;..... : -L a-d .r ... . .t cr ,e^ d t'rpe-fn wa l ,*ai," is hereafter' to be abe- '. .o ..t .. a.
ite.y 0 ''f '1 or fite the .:q "pvv1 Ue2 4 "t4I:'. thr, r ~ iye. nd to; -but
rt ..- .' 1
^Cf y^^^ & '^B^-~tc A.?-TthS ftb -1W?re'm~twgn<< b.wa, --^r pw no-jeneral^ syvem" hfs;boen
'* W^W'iS^-aorree* 4 Orf-.*ronjV. -the driv po"io nrsreadpssoi knowlerged to exfe^ 1-nihe Riepublic. Alre.Ily *a1^*!T~ dra~n o h-ecidel

.- -- ""te t (o- Mrha oosa~~terht' hseefr++ il ewelc med y et~ u
a will forever bt, heetr e tli e war, w e r of : p s frn (rain f e new order o th in gs are mane: and 8tat e 6 ay of Florida ,
^ ^ ^ay^ t e god. eorn neede iwio'r tl'prs of, -^ 4rlced ^ r :^o tn^. Y, andbs
natonofAo&eyhan s inff t terfoe,-tiem of its pen- fool'rs. eSut i uin hrs 1Y ore roct Te rtesh- awltin

and rapacAtyebf the powerfck, they must sua- otians a aci o l st hn t l a ee The first sep in their
tn sb, Airusty.hejot, ftessome great umpire organ- tnflhe carried the S tat into -e fture all seetont teling and- language will new life msto ft in an upwr direeison i
c'an b ivoto ntfpose. In a -like cns ma^lst,' Sin England tsubi bject of .such inu.titc in- ^. o ,,-.U i<, _, EG =- ng-reat West ts tblfhild of h East, aih nbw o
., ". tnrotngn ruur long years ol siufferino- and ," .. -. It --- hi" ,,. yokes the name of the Queen ; and so pPotent ..... l ,, s.e pours annuly her tchonsands of minion's -e -. ..... t. .us.,t
:er .cepe -n .is baf mt te holv wT 16 ana rte another r ^ ... nI 'depe.. ..,den ow, be ed ated. ahdS as soinis ahey were
... ..Y .. w ar, or iaY the -lnd ation for- fulnre strugr- o^ d m mutual b .r oings osp ,ririg ,,., ...mpe pa a fff l,.be perm iite .to =Ote. T hI
power of (he realm spnngs into activity for ..... .. ', ^ .. ^ ^ ...rl tdt .hc heefe"^ ..^^ ....iaa :, .. .-.._,, .. is;r :btntrltba hysoudse + u uhsterl^to hc eefe"gea o! h m dt ead+ [es
his redress To u. her meanest subject 1s ""plac, n- ... c Co t: sto eiist "en t f S ot.h ao e .... ofothe er- orn whi to 'v 6 e" entered. *Go-
.*onscious, wHn himself, n that dignityer "r ." wa t o.-. th great North t hlthedeend greandth,".-a erno' ^rvin-addresses l66k in the same
hnd nporta4"m~wt wtcach can donvhulspan Em-in-rs. --, e .... t ; igs will be eqa" nd mutual. direeto^, Ma- ten. J0ster, ari all tne ore,-
t r H ere . fin d th nt "rem a rk ab le iilu s- .-. ,l --- 1 -- o + A s old t u|iX ^ m ig uty an d st orm w ocrn u n d er ^m n w g ^ _h --
..h lnT "s aove is hesleoS-lO.S aro d- and.ort. ill be und the
-tiation of"the d iyt being written .ins" r ordFrate sense Of Modesty would inclne downtpou tlen all, and stretchesthis Vion rf ction ofnhe Freednen's Bureau atWash-
people's heart%+- for-if the chathte of the the to .ee. quiet--at least fr awhil.- over hf a etinn, and ofe on thesoeeanFso rise i s,
Queen is asipee, 'every. -British+ heart-is .a" An sh,,uil .any. injudicious fpie,,d frece tfae IDEAL Ofsl~ti(,~ilkity. is hereafter to be ex-onofhepnaetitusofteSaad
.-Al -beamo g1t,-earlient thatprcsnsthenCol

.. .otaee .. alted intoe a !at~r4iv sentiment and enthroned wr oe tise ealst.fosterpand s us~te -
-, ton be ass'aie; g^d all Jtngland-$a+liesr ou't l^ ^^ 'L^i o^e^^ Esoe-epew 1b egtt otradss
.,.omthn lik+ 0 ..; T^.^S1^te tollawing address would we'st, North 'an4 Bbut---as an object of n3ride taiia, T~ieffcts wm} be. most salutary upon

11 K F~non" goa iv" "i 'uk'v ; I"U1- L) ionI etucre'at-doi ns ofie-ee'e-ndsiigeikiaienrl ilyf; ed, nd a
'ak"*b b d .. nd' nr gged by theiy-snseof. ref.pct an an-dathing granileur.- Itwillbe agso0ver- dv r ea reeieneatlwibod.
Jack be insult and a million f en spring ofdi ty: eign power to the bd. benign to the
to arms, and they bas never Wt been a ha- i t "o a -s "ble -W read-and write Florida
-Sr a -,apft'Fn. ypliygood. a~nd w. Withen loyalty. aflrd pro onusnme- edan'wH.Ford
t, on sufcientlA strong toeiape a-thrashing a ador, g^ carried into tection, anti ter justice to all. will be redeemed.. .
for'sueh temerity. '^ t England-this pow- effect..- It lead t Into -a.terrible war. frnm '-.--7 ," / ..-- .. -

The extent of the horrors of the war-tBrn ....
just terminatpH in our land, Eternity only ean
reves. -: The breaking 'up of happy homes,o the
destruction of life, the wasting"of propoity, the
sufferings of the mani h, the agonies of the bat- .
tle-n'eldi of the hospital and, f* the-1prison!" "s -
Theire is niv form or intensi -y' of mieerv .and'
suffering not known to war. .
The struggle, t'at has j usA efided, has been ,1
a fearfl', one. and the lessofin' taught ,should.-
fiO'ev6 be forgotten., r "- -.
it., during the p progress of the w ar. n,-y :s- is'-
tian man, North- or South, ha;s
Whieh cause, he':.thought would eventually'
triumph. ?--hfe wOuld have promptly answered,
THEI mreBTC.\t'sK-fi:,r that has God with it;an&-
6od always, in the end, gives victory to the'.
Side of Ju'stice and Right.- :..
If the right. cau;e bus triiiniphed,, the oppo-'.-
site,'or -the %Vrong oa0. 'ghonild certainly be
aband-ned, giv.na up, heartily repenied of, and"'
forgotten'. ." "
What was h oped to be gained by the suceees"
of the opposite side. Was it not the security,
ofslavery' ? The Institution wiet3 rewarded at,":
di%'ine-ordaiiled of God. lldj)md- ith op-.
position-& "Iw f~ i -~ds v -; 0T 'el^ J S
ened~ ~~Od Exi~leno' v wry 1WMn.fe^'^a
arrayed against i t. Tbe final struggle eti^^."
,arottnd must be regained, a td -he .adantags
held. The struggle w.s-lon.g.a nd ffrihT. '"
the war had ended wift! fci^ y^ r^Olith
thl" second, or the.. 4h4 t i ti,
slavery would be Vs s r'i aav as it lfas
"fiveyears ago. !God ineant. to destroy it...He"
was orlyjwaitin gfor- man to. bewli-ng to .-
qu iesce inf-the decision ... .--One year's 'uff. ei ing' ::-
was not. enoug.h--.nor tvo. -rm,-r -thre:e. Itr.-"
(,,ire.1 !four loyg years of blood.and agony. At
last itswas ,ii-,n'e. ,S",lv,../;iis ,h-nl. I twas GQd(('- -~
decree- *vh,., willtmtr'i~.r? The united efftVrt' "
of the N,.,wth and :S,:.ii eoui-d not now, plzi-e"'.**'-
slaVery where the b>,,_i lining of tile war founA
it: and al!kffor.ts by-arti class,. +n thhatrdirei.'--
tioii. is so much tine andI laborlost. Man is ,
strong,.but htecan-not h,;p' to secure *a iurpoSeW' -.
When the, wisdom aid- the power of the At-
IIighLv itan a'r IaI"eI%6d ag.aint him.
Thie' Presidfent oil Re-orga-n1"i-atrnf
Mr.: .Editor.:-i i in, p,,.tan t to th'" peo"l'
of Fl-rida that ttfi,.:. nti.erN-Stan, their true re- "
lations to th'e FedV'ral Goverrimert, and, fni'tht
re-lorganization of the- civil-Go-VerihieKnt of r5Ae
State. that they conform .to *th'e neessities qfS
the case..= We- must. leave slavery. a5?d ali iasf
appeitla o'.es to b'buried with the past/"anw-
address ourseivesto the ,:,-.rk'.,f establishing?
a Governnnpnt fr.,r a:fre:b peol, an framing 9w
C,)tistitiiti'on m l.q-Wsi ba-ed ii|pn triis repub-'_"
lica'n pri-ilvirde -. '::T.eq,.v v- ,o tlji'e'"tr w6r,-.
w-ill be worse, than mn* vain, and v.-' ehahf ,t4a-ve
to rei |iui j ibler m i li tary-ri'U -,The 61-towing9-
statea-en-t. made ,by .M ,i.-Gen. SCHF1-7K. o
Oh-io,.in:,a ra4-efnt speech -at Clevcland..-Ohiy/
confeeruing t-he+ Pr,:sident's. opin iias and-view~s;
is sustai6ed by,6tbersiand'sCou-l 'aCe'igh- '
, 6i1& "0Ut zZ 4Stji. i42. l4-1e evorli of re Org,_"+iz,?
: "The'Piesjdut mi,; ht, have held the iWrie,-+
lios Stafif 4in"- ,ililary siijecti.on_ as a&codi:
quered~p~ople~until sa~ifi.ed o.iheir entire loL'-
Yalty. annl until reiria ted intlheir fornerpo-
SitiorTis by le'ialative %iio n ; orl he might have
withdrawn 4fth Tmilitdfy fbr'ce altogether 'and-
left them to, exercise their civil ffnitiofis I'0-"
cally, and in their relatibns to the other States.
From the start there-were objections'to each)
of these courses, and the President combined
then, hold-ing a milii-r) force over them-at
the same time that he, -atlowed" fheiX itf' reT-"
state these civil pow~er, s.and 'tegin a~gain b'eV
'exercise of their, loyal functions. .This. Jatt~er"
privilege, however,-was only an experiment;,
and the speaker assured hisflheat~ers that Pres,-
ident Johnson so regarded it. Only ten+ d-aye(
ago. in a full and-frefcinterview with him, the
President said he F-ega~rded +the, local. g~vern-
m'eirssaet u"p in' the re'e-.Ili~o-tf St-tes-'a'3 temn-
p'rajy. experi'mrents, sinypiy ,t6-ve the peo 1l
an opportunity .,ahow* whet-her-tc'ey willl-de-
.vefop ty& right Spirt~t an policy necessary for'
a fuldl restoration-to th'eirf proper position inri
the Gove'rnment.- While r'egn rdfna; th-em 'as
experiments he i ntnds that th'mji~ita: ypow-
er of the Governmen shall^ hold them in check,.
+so/"that if they be found strayain back into -r1--
bellious ways ttie military willi.be t-here to pre-
ven-t them from again makiag.fil toubtbe they:
h~ave- heretofore" cause^l. --" .--' ,.4+. ,
-The P'esident, in, his con ivtrsad'on.. referred
to the course that iras tj~t; ~been pursued ia
reference'to the Richmond election, whei'e thai
citizens manifested their rebe~lious sphirt by:

electing to office'. the very .ten .wh. "had r cently beef! in arms against t6Qe GoVern-weuit
-It wis with his sanction that the .rilitry Ad
thbritie's had sert aside the election,, awn' he:
4Ae this as an example of what might be ea
pec'ted in other cases of a simi-lar-kind."
-:;.\. ,. -,, -- *----- ,, -.._: -
Jqilk Xv^-a iwtr rv'e4 jhji& s phted~
on t ne 11th iat., from S. Au ie,
wa-to.TallahsBsee.- + ]c takes the lireihest iji- *
teresta in the worlrkf reconstrucion, a**,.en-
;Om's Governt. liarVit kall th'a istancel"'h%
pwcier. It is "fortunate for Florida o .1at the
.military and the civil- de i 'tmen. 1rk s
h~rmonioiUsly together. If complete succeSS):
does no4attend their efforts tJeifeaulct will be
we fear, the peol'S, '+. '' .A_
:.- .Brevet Brigadier iene-axM1undy arriv-
ed here a few days since on his way pj
-lUiMsee, to report to. Mj.. GeniFoster. fo 9i*a-
sign-merit to duty as, Adjutnt +General of je
,*pArtn ent. Gen. Mt dy has seen much hfd ,
service in the field, ia' fine offcer and c' -
pre#ends the spirit of the times -in wh.ic*
live. ,
_A& Gen. B.il7y, from Tallahassee, an o14.
audnAhore~d resident of Floridakhis wife and
o!er-:membbers of his famrity, have been in n-
ton somae days %Aiting" forban opportunity tf -'"
pr to St. AugustiA.g His nisde, the
domplished daughter of JOen. Hardeer.is of h' -*.
company. They go to St. Aug'ti tinefor heath ,,U
and pleasure. Miss H. expects to meet her i -
father there, whom she lan96 een for a leng,
time on a.'ount.of hf abs.9.ofdn ,the wars., "-
..m'.Gov. Marvi--ha s apaontment to
address the people t -Marian.a.' West Floridu, ""
OB the loth ilati, ,-er .whOli he is expeen to.
be in Jaeksouville to remain asoe dw q. .h' ," ~

.crful and imperitom A-gland-who shakes a g- b- t a .
the world, iveitaras Empires and Kingdoms, veth of suffering and blood. The contest has
:wh6 rjxles the .""id#he oce*.ns or thfe two )-7onbar
: t...'-9 esJia ..x new order af things,
WbA W/htekS n a~fbu stat she-+ -,-
-h^ ,-a_ 't is th.t she somewhat on a now bao. I have"Ied you
bxer&6rber W_ l. power', if .nesary,-to re- Once S,1to unfold and unaf,)hg ,wfferinq, and
dress i *ron# of theleat of hter people, and wsh to ascme no addiianl responsibi146e'
that everV one is eofeiohs tbat such power of the kind. I bave been too deeply in-
"~ '0 c .
nmay be eiteed ii his wn individual ease. volved in rebellion to be .trusted, or to trust
Hence tba preservation of such a govern- myself, in the work of reconstr&tion.-
ment-its el-PvatMO, power'and glory'is-the Th'ere Are Wtier den-inen whaonever lost
tlrt law and luty, o. every Englishman. their love for the-oldflag-more ft for the
"Th-e war bot the twv, sections of this Conveartion, Sed them--I acquiesce-arid
WA."" shall do whiki I cab _to itupport the new order
imu ,t_ gj.ves:ugS l] ore striking exam- of t hinP ",
ple of tht play of this principle. The North
Ai4 congawr hbe.ause of -its numbers, its Sj" 1h6 acad*Sy.ha, ever faltePeA a day
S_* &- -r "^ ', oin account af tbe war, bult with untiring and
"w or 6y .0 6perior maerina of sol- 'most indefatiga.Wt persi tendc, its doors have
Aier- 'dheT^-r su .pfr generasbip. The Sou.th been kept ojeli'i-the reception orpupils.
wwmiaattM aflackeddanything W4 woe glad to see the above statement
'rfor .success.- int the ,it nh ..9f }the .veu Era, a paper
Th_ji^as. _ b 'four published at "Gainsville. An institution of
. .Iw "01' the 6Uoibe .- tbfrd piwt learningg ioeate the centre of Florida
e_ -,p~jW9MS6at -4ma! l their .oA a er- wich could withstand the untold pressures
b" .b ."an d'; interests embrawtd in the' ofr te late war, and keep its halls constantl)'
,:,- -ss e s It wa.s spposfpd by open mausthave a good fotindation,, ipo
s re revolting SwAstat that peace is ratoftd, a prospe os rou e.
+ d..l..l -dfl.kowt.efki,.M their' If our statesmen and .the people know their
'ii .t'lS+ B kf-tir.g rias, sr.i) amd dti- interests, .siniiiarjr;ttitutions of learning will
.'^ ^iq +'f.U4 &kiri W.tWtal service in spring up all ovet the land "

"TheH,',/d ,,,,,,;,o+,, .h9,,T. The anticlpatiods of th'e ddtor seemi490
/ -TheBe^v im^o -contains the saltlatoq.wry asaderM eI e* E?
of an editor twhoUdes his face b-ehind ire; soar ttt$ .nbe teight."-New Era.
1 penetrable dikt ns.'"--8w Era. _.' The ed II twt ni.s.it"Abu-...
0 e aft JO fa8B|s will .not~su-rvrisA-
sometunleB SH .t .4 the darkness? .ut' anybody, rior &ti*Y fatter us. :.
the editor has. n.r-emson to be &AKW* t-' -- ,. ., ,.. ,,
ning was no~rpriiown to strike -a donkey. 'terJizKoa' f ntiiii'fii''ttN
--^- ". -.^ .-* +W^ ". .. "W "Y^ ^ ~ g|^ l .' .
.. ., .Delivered at Khaw1Pftry, by *lWbrAf,
t AV- We woul4 BUggeat to the patron of the. fred P. Srs+, U. S. -.V.
Hierall, that.. as tis papur is a sort of photo-_ ._,. ', ; ]
graphic likettess sT the business and 'improve ". e, h F uA 3 PfPf 0! iefty-six
meats of Jackso ville, taken weekly, a9nd :pr- ptges, with. soe care. ,The author we judge
Ssentring evry <* feature, that. after giving is a nailve~of Florid.a, or at least hae lived
it a careful res."Ag they send their eopy- to in the State.some yeats before the war. The
* Norther rrieMttdand thus. encourage qiwigra-.object of 'the address .Was to set forth the po-
tion to Floridi-. Tcwlhing is lacking to the.per- ...... : t; ,
.. .. ..." 4, -ab:.+ moral,,, commercial lessons taught 1
fiction of the t bii A u t btt an. advertisement = ., t f..
from a'few of o* business houaas. People at. the late sttugkle. We. regret *that the-sub-
1 a distance foraa *Loonion of a place from the i jedf' ot the telrtion trod general elevation of
.. .e -~s'f it f e s p p e s }-1, 1 -I -. ;
advertising eo~lnnsof its newspapers. .-'*the'.Freedmevld not enter irtoethe autthor's'
. .. I 'plan. His r ijies.Atre left to. lifer that he
* ,"11 tht is a government of ignores that great w-ok, vhkl an hardly
w h i le m en t ,-- l* W r a +:
f ,ai_>, u ... + *.- be so-the sappositio, is at_ war With the
Gonsidertrig BW* L1orida nas been gbovern- .,
.... i. ... ._ spirit and ge!riisaI drift of his rematks. Ira
ed during thelA twenty years, the Editor
S ,.- ,.,,-;=#h, '_ .--,' ideas ori rebolstraction we tegard, ith the
relie ves l .a g ro es fr o m m u ch re r _. -.. th e
"- so sblf ......lS~n. "-,. aoove mception, as-emin6fttly.sou rid; andwe
-" ,. .... comiidtnd thiB .to the.:Oonsiee<>tion of the
We Ileapn') to Alliison, late# people. The potifptilot*as written for. their
r Acting GoverW. ...rida s ha been re-, nUbic to ,ead d not as we know for "a'nY
leased from Fort Pwn sk and has reached > _
hiv home &t ...... 0 congratulate the' -a to purp-i, a the author could notfie
General *paonr:l_ r--amtiy fiend. onstrained tojtcapt any offered station.


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SNotic to Owners- a d. S ppers.

Scommence the :*
to New York. All Cotton consigned to me bt-
shipment Oafor sale, will, on- its arrival st-
Jaeksonzville,* be weighed hb X OTTMAN,
Escq., [the Ti'easuryAgent for tfiiopernmentj
who will collect te;Revenue ....0..3,he. Un'i ted
States before shipment. -. *.. ':*-,-. "_
Freights on the Railroad 4. $ -te e .5oVeraw
.ment Tax m n--toon. ot otherercdndiae wifI
be!paid by me when desire4,'- ". I s --
'All persons who have 'no." Ag et itn .lNew
York, can, by, eosigning-tlir tton"to' tbo
, Houee of'AMOS D. SMITH &CO., 0(t0 old and
retable house,) receive a large advance on
their Cotton an its arrival at Jailk villte.
I Would particularly requ natanee of
Trade from my old *r ends, 81d'.wi je-hank-
f&I fr so maly new jhes as may! see fit to
patronize me. All-Joods shipped to New
York, to my-eare at Jteksonvitl vill be for.
" warded'with dispatelI. .. ir .
Cotton Will-be stored under shs irmedi-
ately upon its awiai*6:at Jsckson^t*. .
Shipping Agent in Neo- YorlJ. A. WIL-
KINSON, Esq., 56 Front Street.- "
Forwarding and Commi dqa'Merchantt "
JaekBouafile, Florida.
August .3t.- -- -. *-;.- I.

Grooeries, PIW4 --' -.- e- -

2 MSa ieBloA u ek, ,

: gS" All orders by mail or <*Pre8prromptl*,
attended to. '., '
Siept8,1865. ... .

Dry, Q is, i GroceClr T ,
BAY 9T, JACK1855:a-tfB" S6A.

~i~L~Ol-rr.~- -~1_41~-~~1-- -- _~~_ ~--r-~ las~---------~ -~ss~r~-~ '-'ii. ,--~.'~-_dt.; ^~-C I ~ ~...,,_ __~-.,~..-;ai~d;i. _

'0A IES e would d calllattention perT taken the, amnesty oath;,- and ',no otherr 9"h
A6 M -l-_ tisementofMrs. A. Skinner,Dresa- Maker, te U P 7, shall be exacted .of said Judges of Inspectorsa
UED .....;.....;.., q P t. ".- In (ay's paper, and recommend her to the, bft thefr pei-sonal honor will be, conaiderid as
r.e. j .e,i.'....-..... .... ........;.......,.P :. i ", :o iay' paper an, 'bmm n he to h '* Ui.\. F !. pi edged for the faithful and hen et perform-
f Indie of Jacksonville and vicinity. pd for the fathfu a p -*
-- ... .... IL L I M : .. ] A ~ r ,:0.::. .,n e of -their duties. 7'- .: ':
_9 0 The fol.Wwing ;re authorized Agets ...WILLI.A .....f SIXT The, commander oMRthe "i', 'rv de-
fo ts '-^ 1^,-o eMr. Cardy-s T'y wireceive Subs" ptis and order se mail o;rder.. %e officors
,7," advertising. &c. an saloeSi. al fi-iers gnaerbi-ously rdrd to id andr
"J ED WARDJ. Montieelro, FIA.,--ffice tt as.-.. "" i .tsis~t ilftthe d~stri bu t[0n oftbhe poll -books and
Mir^. o The -Fearful y this Proclamation, and in receipvi Il1XTt46teurns
.W ,,,,*.Lake City. Fla. fteeeto fwardin'g t.I.to--this
"^ S ^^ '^ a~h^ FlaGreat Vixctementa g A E O L W A. ofteelection and AiS^* a~i
B*" N.Bosoxp M. Fernandind,. Flan..retE ieen STATE OF FL W i Grce.
S.':Aui,mci, P. M., St. Agwtmif,, Fla. -S-'-" tn ...... .. O"- ST.vF.NTH. That the delegates. who shall be
"PB J" Co., Sav, annah, Gorgi. -. Threats to Burn tLe To Q. n elected as aforesaid, shall assemble. Cgnven-
-.;' ** .*. ....- [-:= ., ,.~TTHEREAS, BY-THE1 PROCLAMATION- tidnathe citv ofTALLAHASSEIWat-t-Welve
'", --aomif* .Purser S. C. Dburb.n, of the strnmer "V OF ANDRR.%v JOFrN's'O., Pr-eside6t of-t.he o'clock, onl WEDNESDAY. the tn d4ay of
,' .;* 4*l~a>v.i-, Union, which rea.htd 6ii- port nI\.'t night, United Staes, dated 13th of July, A.'D., I F5; OCTO 5. BER. A,-D. ia nd elect .a President
O6iLOlM Looumc No. 20, F.'. A A.'. M.'. reports that gres.t excitement exi.ted- in I Lave been appointed Provisronal 6;verfror and other necessary ofcers, and proceed to
"'.^ ;. JACKSO.NVIL1,p FLA. A11guslta, on accourit of the murder of Capt (I the State ,f Florida, wit.h -a.fiens to the a^sharge or ch.ir duties. Thq lonven-
'i *egutr Meetings o.tis. Lodge areheh Heisler. of the 3"d U. S. _C. T.. by throe prescribe, at the earliest practlca period, tron will be the Judge of the eltcqpn ,of/their
T.-e Regular Meetings of, this Lodge are heldh ou men, ebers ,f thre of thP most snoh rules and regulations as may 4p~ecessa- respective- meinbere. .
*^ on ihe firit and thirA Wedfielidy-s in each -npto a ttion ot- Th commander of the military fiepartaibnt
rrs ecabe f in lps n uivz t. Th c r v d~ ]r pr rt r convening a 0 o0 ton o
.\ rpsp ecta ble fiunilie s, i I, At ,i i The eir- the people, co miposed of delegates toitew -chosen of the State has issn id a, general l ord sdirecding
nth. T. R NV B -cumstances attending the ter-ilul> murder, bv tint portion cithe people who a pal to t Uited Statetra sort st s h
Bept. 8th,15-tf Secretary.- are of' a most pHi lnl'tI nature, and the entire tie ITUnitid i.tates,.aud none othber;:awid als'o. leave Key West on Wedneptay,. the 18th of
2= ........*- community has l.en in a tremendous stnte of, with all the power. nedessay, aid:ier. to 0 ,tobe,. a,,-ad touch, atTampa, Abnatee, and
70S^ Col. Hart, recently f-om Tampa Bay, ablrm and excitenient. It ;,:,eni that a very enable s,.4ch loyal people of. A'id .-re- "'Cedar Kevs. on her way to St. Mark-: an { that
'rla habbeei Ppendingka few days ,in town, prepnossesng tmiatto will haid bWel l;ept is sore it to it. coifistitutionalreltatI |.ae Fed- another steamer shall leave Pentacola, ou
ittnding to soifii. business an- see- 'old 0 te miTstrePs of .3 t,, of the ,-,tng mon, re- e,'u (;overnment. and to present SUt Srepub Saturday, the 21rt, bound for the same port.
.. ... ... .. bn ... ..... toeiwed teA#ftent ions and visit, of the officer, .legn form of g.vernmenfas wiH .as i the touching at Apalacbicola:'and.wotber shall
nlonds. Trhe'--reaki-ii out of th-e rebelllOli tae to thle guarrantee of he V l. t,,. ' ndteCvnm ei, ico'rd ihte w-- l St- la.elt~pie athet.so~ fe.o
frittB. he-*beaingou oft reeliond the Captflin being disrovcred vwitli the -*'taletotegarte lheUtl S l..eav Enterprize. on the St.- Johus frver. on
--ni o Har a la C torefor. andI it4 people to, the protectiolk of the, bvi
founC~oLHart a larg'ave holder and pro- yprian, was eased ib the three voungI .'rob" an. I P to .P Friday, the 20th, bouud to Jacksonville, toueh-
TilltLed, ates ag tlnSt inv~asjoul, iutuWreelon
-ir^werin this t0a* but U.ll '.ng could ', who r- d the-ir r--volvers at. him,' : M ^1^ l '-'.fc10. ingat the different points on the river ; and
". "', and ~~~~~~dori#'te v~iue ". .. _auothershall. leave'Rrilandlna, on Frda-v. the
3ydAZ h officer in three plac-z, one of U A 14 M SiV I N. 20t^h^andSt.Aig^tioi Stu^ a, ^i21t
i ~ ~ a?1l1. 3 ' t- ,,-~e .I he t.o, Now. therefore. 1, WNULrI. N .. .. ."'. --
.... ..f'- '_ _..-- .AT #61'ttLin, _.. nf. nm,, wpicn ,ro vp rovisi'obal Governor r,f" t r ta.. rda. .und to Jacksonvilale These st. niers Will
` f" -^.nr-^*'-g' i.^er tnj lfllehn e6" .tarb o afareafld do. by virtue of the jlte.in -n, .o, hdl.,ates ele,. free 61.c eAge
rnn hefwfc<$A* as^vn-^n~ in-0 ^^abv^ Eliethe mtrh efisan iftfritd o^tl. convppetinaa^sf^eye the deledig ateels
-" .Yf -ak b. an,. f .. M6 r i"t; *an .i e -t ei g n .T.y.. ,... ..
.. .... o,. ,h ine r"'t ,

:{ >: C al:onetlH. is a ~rf o;' t ie abilities! -fnd in .hardlv-bSe~ ci lbttc sueh a fiondlish .l et .ferent p 'eci~n ets at whi rterayok"afr-r'lln-ioudes th3U^rvi . .-d alO!Ie(! D law to b^ J~r me loer- leli a Gvero a .ener^ assembly
. -gn^ .by thpeolaeoney, rthe mostro.pmn^^ ^dh^h t r-.^.oD ""hat t<^hirly vn .'..inesUti^ ri.h .l^ae ^o eurnm10 aprent.

,Oil fyctswt.ad k. El, GUH -A Cicsittn i

theSta,._e culd ded th... - partic;ipat.ed th' "stf-,.lin, tr:,och. a',- qw,. Walton t,.',,. Halmn,: an'e, Wah-trgi,:,n :-t to thc. eo nvn on, ntki^th m et
'~ _"-- ---' --- .plu.gcd..intoW,. ,i.,,j,,...t ori,,f l.Tr thedrea^d- jor,.,. ,l;i,:k~on thire. <-alh.-.uii ",.e, Frnwikliu oa~th. ,nkesa slemn oat14,o^'n7-nr he rree"
W~^esare-'oforrnea that a gentlem-au .of -fl~l s.tani tlr,.ltli:,< bieen ,ua>',1,, ,,np~ih, th>1,,ni].\' ,,ne., Liberty oue,. ,,ads,-en three. Wabulla du'om f the former sl~ave.-The fe'idom intend-
tn(taste .nri a~rge eap>!al .ias rented the Sul- -eseutheon, "a,,d ,.h, 'rM r ,, -.i r ,i r t':,nili:'s o,,e, Leon t'.,,r. Jf_.fers,:.n-hree,. Iadioi-t two. od is Sl,] ample and co'rplete fpedom of acit-
years e nt o e b l .. .. b t r, tbrd o.sd .e.... pro does i w 131he.the idea 1)f. full constitutional
S g l-n ri d a T h ti f f o un > a i n s m o d r :: f l y i m p r e g n a l h C i tv f ~ l; J ,m ,r -o 1 ld 1i i nt ,r ,. -t i 0 n i o n e t w L; . n n; e P o l n e r ~ au b n e n l^ e quel. in -- T b er | bo i e C is o r d g i sc u s s i n
iedl. .w;ith m~ind rar sUbsLanees of thte sulharic. :thi v,,]u.ci fe,,ee. Bre.var l,:.n, Samter t o e, Monroe ,/l'is to be decided baya, c ruestDion of sound
"and ehalyb-ate ki-d- -is excelloent.for ,, i,,i. $88t ,(")11" : one, an4dr Dade one. a .nicv by the convention to bet alled" -
purp0es.. and affordts a,:'ex'eblit drink. '*-Sg- t i4s -id,0on .'., ,. ittl,rliy, that -&] Wcol- ThH ns. Enery fre xvite ra^,p-ron.of ane fr theft I-or te e'stablioimn ofa repub-
i i r' -h e o i, 't 'e vin e let 'rn i ',1 Ca.eof'tN v-,-,.tvh..:rt anin u6ptac .an wno; .. i:5 nS. t "a t6ke Con-
'u~ 'aBc nUc ,.X +vl TJ ,.,;J l' J "(. 1, 8,nrlU ; U" T Ka r; ,1 '7. d [ 'J,, 1 Lh. [_~ -t ,_l b., ..,i _., ... .. g: +- 1 ..1 .^ l .~ -' n. eP r. -.t *. ^ 1. u n ,r I ..a eo*.u e t ilerai, -
... ..., '.... ; T. one of-thn -e h tt]lh e~t, lo ea il.elie Inl ; l'l',.r ,. iL "1 ut MJ bl ,<" : zen of th e un ited-Stpate s, a~nd3 w-o SL alf J. have to a il th e ;in h-abr-t .. .alike r -, . w t ont an is
t ,oearsrrt The AttoevGeneral h-s notified Go. resided and ha his hoe i etato for oDe
,he ,h -,m.'.. h,-' o,- .. .u. tfe Piel rp'on t at dlin i,-,,n-.lo, :,rih,, brokers, nyoer otext p-eling te eleet*ete, and for Pix im ,to, ,-iiei n( t' a he e as v of restorig- the State
.... ',,: S, raettactr8 t -- att tae a d te. srrlot l itt- lno- two. who shall have takVu atd erntm-e/to the nite t h amne sty
."'. .' P ." ." :- luupd, in,. ~'',i,.lvte pgran in o. fi:,rid~: the drad to v te nd, ".. Jnk.o .h-ce C9111err, naet 4t th utdS a h reby it

co6uitrv; wil dlo 'mwlih- helpmoi theJE- tero- .,- ,. "' .. ,- L 1 ', sribe-d the oath -of arnesUy, asset, toren m tlie. ,eer) e will be entitled to 'protfrti0 by the
_- M or -enera ', y nas re to n p l-i,,t'- Proclne ti -,f -.th..f tle I In .. .' : .. i
.-- are ...I _-_ l nihod, puerhg ,r,,|i to e-t)cts ofe ta a-ut l 29th day of Mryv. t5.a'n, heIf .oKToes witnin .nd domefiie vb lence
^ a e regrset tod.hnr i cpi el.h ret. lon i sthek S .rent ea vn e w le reviewita -thr tr,_,our:, atftEe, ivex ion e,,nin ed is full, ampt e an compete .. Fri d m this day
banhe which occurred a fw .days since at, -u_ .l P __a___avelte. on-P t-nt shall be ofA.gn, tea, t865., : WILLIAM .MAIV IN, .
f Baldwin. Lt r neLl,-theoffi ee in co tlnand, -. .........-. I e,, itledy co vof-.'ii ( he c'4u11, o. a rer r '%, -.,r ... Provltlal Governor.
y<-. eporte -that the s.di,0.t'" on a f, ghfc train I I I, ':I-, a H e. "4a u i n" '" "e .. g-i. .E" ...T' ** ." : -

rd .... h .....e a .. n ( r i-., nn. on-ti ,,ii, ,,il.,>nt., i.n, I,,_- \',-tit,, and none others. W here dhe pes..n :. p-i'ivate ,Seere tLar Con 't o
*sMc.-" -** \i W Vl Ul 41: C9 I J II HU^ a l ^'- r'i~ l Iflltll J el lli- -. .' '- ', / .i ,* .. -i, 'it '* '. -- "/ 'i "r ... -* c- "
] ,; : ".. ", .- ev JS ,i .VM1 11.. ,,i: uy ofa ofering Co vo-e comes W tnln teae excepreon. qu -
P"-ut I thne e g.'ne. to l'i, rr e rtrain, H-je t %v o. pn i ,c on the amf.esty nr'c, la'ti',u and H l l"b- -'t. T q ues t i' f ^lg T o"li
dihd 80o, wlh't 'L rule .he en- Duval ovn oy. Er [. 'lii. .^,"*rN O[ taken the amnrsty cfih and '-hall P1 1 D*P I" Rn
.... ,., o,,;- :. ..,; :.: .,^h]s..i. a y]orCoun y l ori a .. | ,ave m ade apnlrcation o to~h Pe. K Mient 'for a *-- '" -
rida., J i .tt- rt, .2 iN .T.'ieksonvil!le, on-the, 7Tish instant. by he : i,.-... 1 p.rdo~n, thr,,ur cthe ro-Visi,,!,a Gov- 11; .7 : .- .. .
-'e 1,01 a-d .011t. ., .. ilerie?1 ii{T I I "1 'l -. t^ i'* e "".- "v i m. i "-n >p '"

_.- -a ,usd the f..r.. l, .. -c -,r. .;He 8oi ,*,--.- "-=---" .--. --" : 'v Ir. '_ume thLat s^ petard,-n ]nt been grane~ed ,a:-' r^^^ l^?
7 1= ..,.-,.. P t i.e i c s ,,, .,ea mr ]o taat -aill- t'tlh~ie > .^v 11 tO tih; wa 'tut .mif'hiif~ l lacl~l.laa. it.' ""-t~ -
Stel With,a onetitippi,^L.a |sYaes- ot hes blest .. .. pr A10 .o | i V-1eizie ztn.dr k to be decided as a, q'i st&itf of slounda
..... eb l be t ki d is excel U-i fo n e'I"] "' ....."] ", atia-nd Dade oen ie. e i;e jk tk a y

--aud su,'ren.^red,_Jh~niq r, s a j:,r;?..-"-,u," .Tri'-< :_ ^-S110 SAVAXA.H .:. : -. hd-it~ipij of the eI-etQ u ^ '. ,r -.. .,u me nor 0,..e 0 I*' un a
"I ,, n d iji ,'D .rt n. A-b oiti ,,,! 'i. --' r i ";i-. !l ^J i L ~o n -. T T T ,n .T i- 'i .,,~ r ,. i r? v:.l ,t. o tr ,.rr ^ S ^ S a S rI n' .. .. .. .. --~ '^ r a W S ^ 3 :" *. -. .
pu.," "*- ".t ,,lt udl Im ale (Yizc llen tdifil. si' t l; iIt h. .*.J JInkq )I i .y, .T pilled, J. the army or" v of tNe UAted Itates, wii eONSl'Eq l IWH, t iointhehe vAlsnws oath.
"'- ...... -._ '7 Prinll,, M. Me,,mack, E, Eiser,,an. D. ,ee ,-lulifed br their rezs'etn, Bo vot iri U pr",seribed by tn- i_,aide t's Pry13lamdI

.. "--* -r.: "--=.. :. "" "- (ieive fl-ld. II. tilliner.. T. P. HLaker. N. F r- .aid Sttte aIt tIhee time ,:, tlrnr teo e-tive en- tiru of Mt. 29th. 1865- e< notnece~ sarIvbe
il-tary ,ooos d< s- uggSon, W( Turner N-S Finnev, J, Petersl ents and whootall ae enand sub- n .... o o .e. sut wriged and takeyra Commsione
*1"ol. Bardwofl, 3dU S T lias beneen 'i [.,> I, .M. '.l]nrtl'e E. Bofnell .. scribed the U mn.iste d ;th. 8halIte. entitled to Offi tee inril, ititar or e aval-in the s,-

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TALLAHASSEB, FLA.. AuguttaIst, 1365.
SEALED PROPOSALS, (-in "di ) wri!
be received.Jby the underuig-ti'.a h'oon
of Wednesday t3-he twentieth day ^geptember,
-proximo, tor" supplying for tiC.u*aWf/the troops
and others, in the Departmenicof 1 Fkimda.
CORN JfEAL, fresh, ground am' bolted;
such quanUtlies as may be required during the
month of October, 1865, in 'strgnq-0acks. of.100
lbs. each, or good ordinary, well qwpered ar- .
rel, of2.nol Ibs. each-. .- -.- '-
POTATOES. Such qiautitUes atpmay-be i-r
quired for the month of October. f865, 60 Ibp.
to the bishel, as. above, in b'arr~e of -66 lba.-
*ea c a ; ; ,. ,: .. ''* "-' .. ** .. *y: .- .... ^.... . 'i
the stored to bte lAeCI'ed" ei her at Talla-'
hasse or Jacksdnvi'Re, ta.,'and Ui sucbL qua-
.tities,:t-id at such times, as may b directed.
The-articles-will be carefuIy inspiectt bbe
-foretheir delivery. ." ,
A printed copy'oT this advertiselmenk.mus*
be attached to each proposal, which mast -4
made in dUiplicatc. complying preetsely with
all the terms, and be addressed to the pider-
signed, endoraedI '- Proprsais for semkeIAc
stores." .' _, _
The Bfller's 'line, plaOe *W,^l8


ote ii tt ._e on,_ijFYi A Wr'-- [int.N t"pfLiveiy re- vice of-the Uni t|. ffti or beIfore a oiil or
i.lo. But no goidier, selamlan. marine. not Military 0ff -'4yI State or Territory,
a r,)-;i ,nt In thy State. tt thi.ti|e of hIs en- in order to qualify a person to beome a voter
li-tmmnt. shall be allno ed to vot. for delegates to the Slate Convention', though
F-,nriT. The qrnne'sty oathl may be taken it, .must be subscribed .and taken before such
and 'h.-L-ubLer-bed l,,:.'i~re any camissioned ofli- officer in" 6rder to obtain the benefits of amnes-
cer civil, military, or u..atai the service, y od pardon; aind Stconsiderin, that -the
of the UnitsedStntre. a0 y p 1r o military preasdentL has' invested me withl authority t
officer of a loyal Sto N? or TWrilkpry, wbo, by prescribe such, rules and regulara ious. as.MAY
the laws thereof, is qualigidi a be necessary and proper, fortconvening A Conh
o.i.The officer; admiaist"t o the oath, is mention composed of d"legate to fe," chosen by
authorized anid requirt-d. onjfe 6eL, tG41'a to that portio-f 6f the pe-oplie of this. Statte as ar6
the person taki ng it)- (leytif e c t)]es fhreoT.T loyal to the"Vnmted State's, and to otherss; and
It s anan'sceedt al prsfls, ppln at has declared that no person,-shall .fe& qualified
th.,etiiffernt IP ilary postrs iia thisllitate, wit~h- as a'n elector, at- h-Alr be ellgite as a member'
-ou-" Ie. 1:b,- taking of thl oat do.r ot of-- ch ConVention,. unless he shall-hare pre-
itself, operate as a par.l ou ifes Where the viously taken and-subscribed sueh oath of am-
parltyis exm',-tt-,d from the general. amnesty nsty, without declaring before whomtheoath
and needs a special pardon. *'* for this purpose shall be taken: .
'" FIrTH. That the Julges of Prpbate, in the Now, therefore in order to-render every fa-
the sev-eral- of'ii.ti, l provided ..y shall havj -cility to- the well-disposed pesons- of this
respectively taken the arnriutt oatb, jor in State. wholwa're loyal' to- the '~Add -Stktes, to
as.e of the inability -- nb lfccif of the JUdge q-lnt theafr selvesrdeby thbev oJu for.derlgtts
in nyBity,o If is noeEac' or refusal to at eto, h (nenin -
then, the Clerk ofthe ircuito C- rt, providedlCe tte, WILLIAM MARVIsionainojial Gov-
he,-hall havoe taken the amnesty, r oath, shemlbel, do issue this proclainatiout, suppiemen--
wisthi e the p11 bo>ks. aFd ajut., f. the taryd 'to my proclamation. dayef st, 13ofAu
diffren~el Rtxdu -rinets, in 154r reispeict- gisto, 18965,;,- and. do ordaini andp.rotlaim,.that
sigh centificates f three recltro ,uag'etiof tin :'The-Inspectors or Juadges bf:el6ctioh or be-
election, whos, alt, had f veuns t % fie a.n esty:inrtereipcincts, ini b i. SorwardC t'e seall o,
oath., to hold 'said erectliou. i.i l. -al >-ondle i '9;Pu1hority- and.the-tey a tre hereby authorized and
the game, e'as near PIZ maiy. bp. i conf'rmity required, to administer the said-oath -to the
:with the laws of tblis State, aa they existed pergoiis who may offer to take #ihesanae6. And--
prior to Jpnerary 10th, e lo T" ispec-tors [do order and direct, f-thahey shall .1ot &I-
ti W Ib -ei diteeic:rec i ncts sh all1, an *)on as pos- low, U44r-n pft -e. thjAteiver,:aypro
.iihle after the election. count 164 Yotea,.aud fc oea adTeo roeegts une1 h
make andP-oign acertincate of ,eiult of the shall.have fi rstntakn and subscribed the sado,
h.leetion at efais precinct, an, ou .l, f them, to i th Weare them ; or shall, at' th-. time of of -
eb&darl and all-b if noto heiti.sev agreed fering to vote. exhibit to them a certifed copy
ethes, shall consdvey dli erti icatet un- of the oath ta ..en by himbeforea Com ssiono
tieceesaary d*9ajc.4 A*i ce 'nAtV4,1e Poll- ed officer, Civil or`Mrri~tf% in the service of
book and ballotW..rire J l6Pbate of the ALnrjitLed Statewlbj, e "iv.- Military

addressedin, asaoer it tc'i^y k ^ iJ~ itar o^rtta Ptrvyi-icretr .... I.
wj~eb~fer of b^tf|BgS~i^^a Pp 'i 11 Led farjher' order, .thaat^W^^ ^ Ifdl'
gaiSTnspictoa. .^'^-~ajalS~ e reeviug them., with the origfHf^V ^ U' *I
snid ceertifica s t. .( 6erole .shall, scribers there. 5 nto. .-i ..... i
thereupon, without uhipoefy d.elay".-all to wi, the ce. "-y p books,
hi? Aissistanee'two rePft" bl-ol-inhabiltants, and forwarded by th ^u d f 41~ote or,
Ian eoluthe qualification oh vbte. d-B, quhal-I Oterk to the Provisiona "ovtor, at Tall&.

sigt certifn1ates of the re.at"t 'etiOn in .'Thie- .r,,roclamati and 6 'ith -rrobe ad-
their cu dety, a ld furnish, t'o l n1 1 elect: ministered, will be forwardito -.,t"e Judges of

elctoh' ~ 'tt, otes .. pr-. .:u i," JoAurf, w.-
ed one oetsaid a aertiiVbteso ON.rtk Prn ate or the,--lerks o the Oimrc t _tho
shanl also transit by maitBgkylngl, 8e are:- h eeby directed to delifi"-the same- to the
Loge, properly esvelopfcd ._pja r .t -r J or ........ .. the election.
the Provipioiial Giovernor r p^ feTaa-.Given at Tilla~hassee, the 11th dy of Sop-
iasee, one of said cerhific t _g, tSS er with te rIS .; -
the ballots and poll-books t" sever_ pre- VE. I. MARi,
cinets, 6r he shall .conveyt jaai rerica. -provyisional Gov ernor.
poll books and ballots..-propegrl a velopbd and SAM'LCJ'., DoILAS. *0 "
adldr~esfed. as afrsit hAtnetiilitary Priva&U-ficretea,* -
post, and1'deliver the same ebmitiaaander Sept. U5, 1865;. 7, '
Lo be forwvarded to this off&41 1 j-&* ^is
In counties in which thero:4|--p, fqual- MAOHINiE -ayHTop
fied Judge of Probate. nor a..,SW Jlerk of t
t~hie C-ircuit Court. or in w-h M f."y neg- f_ _* -J ^m
lect or rel'u-4e to act, the qu gf rs are -J4' <3 XT xWv JIJ^.-
hereby authorized to assaenibjff J oun ty nnl-uhseriber hpvTinglctdlaJksn
site, and in Dade county. at. 1-~ ey, an d 15 g^ japeae o exed a wkdord n-
elect. be judges of electin line ae a ^ ^ of business -with, u"ts -and: de'
ken th amnnesty. oa thl, and w skull-hold thie 114c. *
elec tio'n, client t~e voti", Bp tre per- r J. Q5AP#-Y.-
son elcd a &ctifc Pw of& tyt~e One ..AAeGv ii8-tohdoth
of them. to -be. agreeobn of'a^Ww" y0< loteaioFnnn rdr
$hall als'o seod by. mail, 0oi /a w-the near- ,gpt, 15-tf
esL W ilitairy'post, -is 199X0 j.^~lcaecer- ^ u~~V *S
balikits to. be forwarded to -M te,^fore- jrCUTLERlY,
said. f FAN0VTi 01KfCM S,
iq No pe rion shall a ct RB fstttl- Judg .f For 6W dh~aa ._:,,
-ihe lectiftfn ho I blall nob re.rviously fS ttx;V .S1pBE.


"a n d e o m m i s s ri m in d C o ro n 1 o rf h i s R e g i m e n t ; .-= -= - .. . . .-. .
C'alpt Brewer, Lt. Colo.nel.; and CApt. Jonaot, C- s "iiees per teamer Fo tai .
Major. Lt. Cb. -Apth-,r T, S. C T' as C. Sal.'6'-,.,.JaCkson' &,Wa-rro~ek,,. P. B. Torn-
: '" I linson. A: F.-9S iJT-er, Dr. Barth,; J..H. Minshrt.
been detailed aa0Jrre Tri,',e'to ,,f Freed men,= S MCall WiT-,n & Vro M,'',,,"ni-k
,,' and ordered to report to (',1. l-b rn, Oommbs P'r.iV &.F r.-.h. Flaire hild r;,idii,-on. C Drew,
...." "' .... *" i T ] T / ...... i Revas & Koopoiban, C. J. Jeulkini, 'eor e N.
- '" tio '" G." ',::; Urge Har'' .,1 8.C. S. C. Tj 6nes,-T. T.' Long, .%.M. Spatkmai,, F.,J..r ons,
be6l a'signed to-duty-in the: l^reel! even's B ul M,'N. loyt; Mrs. S. F. Pope. ,Old. R. F.' Flovdv*
~ .'. ' 1 ["i, min ....A. -m. i.Turner an,. 6o ,ler. "
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 -M -11*__^__ .. 11 .in.... F.il^ .sn.
D r. H an .;on, til a. ble .1'U-k+ .1 Of the,_ltl =- .- = -- .. ... -.-:= -_ ---- 7 ...1. ,
S. C. T.,.,] aY g,-, ne N r t l, oi .A1 thi rty ds 5 -- Cotton Rece]|spt for tire Week- Undin,--
leave of absence. HI-e wi-l be F1iAiZPd not only in b. i. r in.ent, but,. bubble ........ ................. .... e .
f in ong whom Its l h enaira cteran1"td fie I -, i i,, J S ami's .. .. .. -. ..... ... "
q- Iualitie salwhy riiii' ll him .1 melComo guest. .-J. PRemington ....................... .. 38 "
; .. ... .. .. -- ^ : ,,-o' J.C.,G rely, .A t ............. ........ ,.. 5 .
E. A. B1 ic e. an dd W IT. ArcX II.I y have '. / ,,.. i 1 .<-- -- -
.. ..:e t, ....-a]... ,, y ri To~a .l...... -........... ;. ........... ............... .16 3 bales.
.-e t trt a' ~ :, .e~., a s t re ,..*,,~ _^w u s tw ss ^{^ ^- ^^-f ^^ ^ .1-.fg IM ^
W e 'w isb o u t fr ir n Il I r ay.6, a h d ~o f c o u rse h is -. 7 ... ..

we are in t(,I-J efast _ple.?ei wivth Ili.- 'idea of "' d..
0 hisleaving !)a,-]lo,,,:illev Hii 11 leand tIetter- I ..... -A N D
ia~lf have nale ,')'iti'y- .f i n -il. in thli-" phnce 1 p- - -T-- ir w w r <" ':a
1% have..n 4fi" "E R .
who ill .miss titee.. -- he .wa... ... .. ..Lw.-. .E, sL V'
MO Vi th p'iOm eard', w it~h i, the l, t'ls f i -;'days. 0o r mIlitar y l_? .i '-
*', '-' hiell tW king abbixt~lt e iir,,cr, ee ,,f their Pav- .. . oo '
"- i'R' i.. , = j
run.att-r a.nd hri, green ba^'hs. M ijor Sautnl,:rs,. r' :"
e b-e]ieve, is the na oeot' the ,ff.ioer wh,. is t,', ^Sh1 .
b have the pl-asnre of raking glad ., many : E r EE *i. X.. "Er sTo#*
1!i .-hparts. W e hea f i't hinted that this genuio- .. .
:- '. ...wth i ^ g ra> ^ t.ftl^ "= '"v-i "-'' '~ -^ .' ^- .^ "
'-''-- "" .^ ^-*" t '^ ".^ j~a ^ -" .-"A t t A
\ : ,'.i^ ^,': .. ..$1.- "-= "..B^A.? ,, .
a rt huB 'di.. e rt. l ]. h"ril-. ,.PA. .: ,m ke .- r'.-. --"P k.
&~s n'TnvtT~eftthat .#4yi^ ..(,y-4 ?g- iVI dnlri n a'he past, 16 nmoths, ham' opened a.
St ,i t fh a f efi '*h ,'e i p -ie n t p u t t'w o -;l ,.lqla r .3 -i ,n to sh '- a t ,h .a b o v e ,n ti .?ire l p ,la c e n d! w ill b e
." ,. lrlpeiiq l t.,o See ui old Ilrn,.uds:a n n adh pes to
lhe Jacksonv ille II,. ,t~d. : give the same satisfaction in 2hna work a here'L-
,;^ --" ".. '.... ; *"-" ^S ... ... -* ... : telore A finei an-1 select St,:ck of all goods iin
T..- S" We have. been hishhI f,,vored wilh t hattne wll 1^-kept alwass-onhandat

irails for soa eti m ire lnast.- -hb u ? .hr _e ,t~iifes a I EA ,S'O N A -B jE J P R IC R K. .' ,*
w--~ a o- u g,' 5"r'", h ,i c ' /" \ /" A. ( ASE
w e. k -au ~ 'p o u -- .:'i t i i "~ i co ti : V T'j H O L L A N D .
.. n- n 'uer' eonstriicti ou is the al'absi-.binug ues Se te e 15, i865. ,tf.
lio.both .'rh nd Soit ,o ,ews ofo ,~r C-__-- S.. A K- IN M
"p"!o'rtan~ce--except. murder? -lip, reek ,-i,",nes. \ CZ ^3 0 IY r\ r^ i.

: o. Kce Htouse Empiy.--F.r t.Uie nr,'st lim; l-: f' -" .. ..... k.
S '' ing "_r,-he past spu~e V h, w 'O% ,, are .6t n! ice ne Iu I is h it a,^^ S

(manage to keep cool ast eht weean, lvon'a v,-ry. ^ a,
% ... lewhile a' resh supply Will be here. But, t : "
s in he meac 'time, how ia)&7J- ir! to getsacio in iis ac ee

" ~ : l iced. soda water,-with choice sy'rup ?" -. e '-: '-'k of.a
-* "* "r ,e ---'* h- w g. i n _.,
: ".From an aditisienwent which appears N.;1,r_- s..(3, Skinner,.
0' 0 in our columns to-dav. it.,,lle s'.eii that ?.'1 TNFOR M the lad ies of Ja-kthoui1e. thalshe

1 ti int in t.i'kso uville. "We ean' say with con- late, t stPles. : '
-: \' *nd^ & f. to 'a ll ou r p at ,'o us, th at th ev c an not do 1 F or. ",- 'r'..- ,. ." Adu,, hou formerly ocdC.c ied by N. (A Den-
,' .better r -to'ext~ead-to, Mr. C~tse their patrrn- --0 .: '- -1- L AN D
f ale. r" uctiou S" .tep nber 1,,1 boa ...-1 m O

m-*W bplg.dbl ierated,. ,".*; -j s. .'"*-*
PaJylnb~ifto be. msa'eO n afciErh -A ae "m'y
-be furnished for the purpoae."-"- "
* : : ", .-' F ,':- O W E N .f'"
*-- : Ca.pt. and C.B-
September 8.1865. .. 2





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SIT, *I r -^' e

WH 0L E SA tif^--

'.AVANNAH, GA" ,. .
.A- just opened a omplet S o

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which th-y offer at. the }ct4 e ,"f shP rtees.';
We would particularly;, caU.. the atteUon of tha
Trade iu ^ -
to our Stock, and assure them .tlt we can
furnish all geede in. our Une *t 4U. lowest
New Yorksor Philadelphia pri~iB..
.% Orders by mail protaptr# atended to. '
Sept. S, l f .


Office of the Chief G onluari &f"
Subsismteaee "'

_ Ill. I I-1. .Li.l

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J 1000 ozi. QUININE,-
100 lbs. CALOMEL,
.<. 100 Ibs. BLUE MASS,
Sept. S-tf

. LIME T.Iftil E L "-
S -50B Barrels FtJEStH-Lru 1, X--
500 -Bu shp l .R- -, '- -,-r --
'. tV; _. < ,- *It ."'..-;, .ft-^ _._.__ ".*f .. '
". -' "* -.. ., .;. or.. -.ri.,i^^
25 Barrels Il. :P-OTAT6.S, .
'Now in store.an&46+rsale if quaq&Ait.ies to
pureliaee'rs, at. ;. "'. ,:
.:.,-, ;-7 -W ELL'S -
.;-- .:Z.- '-Auction & Commission St4e,.
."Aug 31l--tf :: ., ..
,C -AM PAl4tE3W ,'
^-NS, '
... .ALE, &e.
Sept. &Aitf 4
-' ^_c NOTMCE.
8SIX mintfisft*t date I shall present my ac-
t,.couats-ai hers as Adffiinistratri-x of
thW esta 4,( a|iam' Bailey, deceased, to thie
Judge of M'it .f Bradford elminty, for a fl.
nal selffe#'eaiticnd at, the snme time apply to
be disc as.ed m the furtheradministr'ation
of said dfate.. :T MARY BAILEY .
April 2 W. 18.o

sIX monithd ti.. date, I shall present my
. accounts i .1'"ouchers to -the Judge of
Probate of SuTSSI-,e County, for final' settle-
i ~OfCthe gljf of Levy Clarke; late of said
Coumit, de ".fla d apply for my discharge-
and dismissal M further administration of
the same. .-^ N.rA. HULL,
May .3o 1 i o Administrator.

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For Savanah

Via Pernandina, St. Mary's, Brun-
.swick and Darlan. .
0ON, and after TUESDAY, August i-th, tha
new'and fast steanIoer. _, ,' *

Capt;- W, GAS.TNER, will'leave a: above
At 9. o'clock every T-TESDAY, "
For Freight or Pa'ssage' apply on board, or toW
Jackson ville-,Aug:. -11, IS65.-tf .

G YE 0 A. ,PEC.

", The Ivy and the. Vine. The .fsult of the Richmond Election
--- .. Received as a Warningi
Iy, eling0a'seon hetree- Frolh the Augustas hronicle and Sen tinel.
,. ,Beautil in summer seen, "We.see it stated in some of the ,Riehmond
v WinteTinds theefresh, and green; -paper that any ,man who is known to be -An
Ag~tilltthroughco'ld and-heat, honest supporter of the Union can get. but
,61.; ni'ay, bow and.storms may beat, few vlBes in that city. This a lamentable
#AarRtne bitter bliaitand -cold, state f afif.rs, especially Tigh*s thy fond armh,,enfold ;"" ...
n tt ,b eat,For, T-the 614d'of hny part of the South
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~a "_;-'" . ."=-= d o- -h rm r lhin an other should: be inm ated. by a
"hk iO aA i O iy e rv se na 'g o os ti sh ar m or 0 1 1 .. ...
Hiding every knot and cleft, feeling 'f gratitude to the. Government, it
Every-wrinkle'Time has left; should ?Q the Citizeni of that plae;,. A6Cord-
Onj.he stem where thou dostcling, .ing to TOe usages I a r1,. -e ;a,cltyhb'sbeen
i,'1ut ty graceful lea.kdost fling,, defendqh as Richmbond: ws, &t6.isctAi.Atary
Veilinig every wry defect, ,. .... -- to illow 6h6 soldiers to plunder it when ta-
X6'4rom seorn thou W"bualas' protect. Ven" But, instead of so doing, the United
.Mir strip A the old tree bjr, States *o6PA passed" some time after the 0ccuii-
:.f 9.o^igh..t,na ;nation in chivilrously and magnaif-mosly
li&-nr. vil. -outthe' ndeaving to put out the flames kindled~by
l o'u d '.- &o : ". hi-. still ; .etreati defenders. Since the occupation
ghf.- lding to jle .iist from-ill; ,. of .clTnd, the united states om tSgtry
Yea, he dies-stil twining there "11has drUlshed food to thousands of -its famn-
Ma', ng even' Death look fair. lies. Dany of her prominent citizens of the
Qit4Qfl ivy, emblem be exceptedclass of the Amnesty Proclamation
Of true%? a.iSc.olistancy. have been. a'rdoned. Thepeople hav6e 566'n-
.. '. '. 't ..[, f a~r~k yine. ....- .. ..... 'treie 'in'. th'e most generou and leni.nt
,: pe of man's inconstancy-- manner.: And what does the. United Stales
Tr s,1 uminer it i's seen,-
6 "f ,t, .,rt s," Government get in return for all the kind-
Beautifuj and fodr,.sn.fgreen,; ,,on ? Why it -is infornmed that no
eut whn wtr come's with storm, i and who believes in
",tere are all its graced gone ? man. wl~o. as Ioya-l to it),n-wnoonv-si
6ly de-^r's -nequivocAlly supporting it, can.. be, elected
', .indB.th-pArFnches Wont to trail to office by the votes of the people. By some,
''T"igtly fteB'to wal-- ". this may be considered a good-way to show
T.hifoipre*.entg "their- fall; -*!*'. < gratitudgi .-ut. we "do not approve of anysueh
Spite of fetors. .wontmre they m' ; meth.oa of reti "ingkindness.
From.the gentle bn'cd$stostrpy; ; "J.": --*' T4ii is thelfl,'st election, we "believe, fheld
S%.'..'Bonding, ailing to the ground, i -".." n 9: seorganizcd State. Tlli!,h'Cti, is the
-. .. ,S ing e^BryflW affi '.i., "lrsiirme.ilrt.-re'nove-m-nt at' Washing-
-- tr,h troy ye-icia Lo uecv~, "'" h n '"""
^...:vU.kl~tth .u i tori has had'an opportunity of showing what
-* th. .it *ill do, in case affairs are not conducted
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n slts~adgldthticlefie 'r 4 "'- this
On" oienew ....ppr, to' twine, in a.satisfactory manner. 'Its course-il ths
'- "*Faithltss ,fickldar'k virne tree, matter.is so unequivocally plaiinahat he "who"
"T-pe'of han's incofislhaney. runs may read.' Summed up in a few words,
.- ", -,.o, it aimounts to simply this: "No- prdorninent
L .... i- manh/unless p -rdoned And -resftopfed: t6all po-
S 'f *"*An r Antrnwtt i -- I ~----m eoias aIaecd or abetted the
> ...;:. '. !i. o^_.. i-- ..., -late War.against the United -Sthtes"Govern-
iwlendW06r now tomexplar ~o 7ou how e _,nt, shall bold,-Any ofc''e.-der tb a. G V -
"-.thefktalaecient odeurred.- I say..amta, 'for ernment evep if he manages'lo get elected."
l rbk,,.,. s wf ihe 'af-btih, h_ upon ," The Gover11ieut'has a perfect right to take-
+" Sra ,^ l I scarcely v-- tre t' -op"- that oso tlon, if it see. fil to do so, and it h.3s
the atlenri Il be r6owned with success. thep-wertu maintain itself in -hat position,
.Lbt the reader turn his face -towards a %wIn- if ittakeditc.. '- .' ..'.. ",
o'*. d -0,.imaginin'g that'."h is standing oh the Now, we 10ve simply 6ndeavvored tW ad--
bqws of the Great Eastern, and then of course "vise the people of things whi'cl .hive occur-
u his-right i.tll be .he sLarboard aina on his red in a 6tatL! undergoing theoproesss 6f re--
left the port side of the ship. When the cable. organ ization, itld to -show th,-,in into h hat
-- was hauled arouaid onithe left hlad. side and difficulties so'he. of- th people thereof have
paqsed.over the four, wheels, it w-as,...earried '_, '_"__.7,. ; =_._v = .+.g ;;._.
-^Siep^ Alre-4d brought theihmevs.-'t a' cl-e.-da
over~a Vllu~a'which we mtn'sp suppose t>Deo .. ..... ?
'hind the spectators, and coiled up a .'s fast -as it `Dle s1tuatin to be in ? All will at once de-
was dehivere front the picking up_ apparatus; clue in the negative., y-hatthen, so
but when the-engines failed to work this ap-- shape matter in this State as to avoid the
'; laratus,bf course the cable remainedamo.iion-" rocks andqiuk-ksands of political destruction?
"lessi-and as the-shipwas drifted by the wind It can b- dt, e. Georgia has -not yet been
7from right to left and slightly forN'ard, at;. lst; put in a Wrohig position- It is not necessary
a "e 'the forefoot of the ship: There are-at the bows, to undertake "to do anyt-hing except that
S.of the Great Eastern two /urge haws'er holes, lhi"-,wilfeb,=-fllI be c lth hi- W--iington
,the irQ Jqfoot..b yond the, lne of the stem. Against ... __ .. .
o6 e of then 'he cable caught on the left hand ~ *' "'**~ .-
siMle, while the ship kept moving" to:.the ltC't;, -e Ca-l.,
W'M.thus dhafed and strained the cable greatly Op rud f ,ii-.is t,, tI, L-- v, ro
,art" ,e. -' .- , x ,,ra to'.Arr LI- W .r -
Against the bow. The ...~~~W .--. .. :. w th p~riijted,-Nvill 'be read- with the _greatest
,g o astern lest the crble should be snapped, and + .- <,, ,
Swifhtout mo~ti,,n om a thee is no ower , lrnterest as -the statementnt oua practical, saga-
steerage. At this critical innment, Too, t: e 1"'l a 'wind shifted-:so sa to render it mi ee difiult ^x.,erieii^ ut tins k a,;tve, and who yet
StO 6kep the head'of the ship'to.the cable, w hie h believes t4horougnIy in the fi-.-tuibdlity of lay-
-then chafed so much'that in two places. darn. itg ,h, cuble uver tbe rutic- li. lni ,.ice tried,
age was done to it. A shackle chain and a In hisju,:gniot, the last-eabtl6 proved itself.
'M belohging:.to one of-the cable bii,,s fert'ec i n nl re'pecu; except thal it wa. i pen-
wete^ OAr thq cab(be and secu'ed in etrabte by fragments t'"it ,own wire, and
Q..bi."tV % X 1"4r baQ1__les. These were fgaMrsl sttch accifIent it cal in Cuttire be-
bf ?I1- (T brliie^thei cable to tie, right efficientl- prrtected-.4,t. An,, ri.dtr.'., b,..-
v..--: f t he boat, tt~e 0'hip drifting to the "' " ""-" l i 1 t i . ,.i. i- .l .l'll"
',,_... : i ..... .. .. .. e,.rdi'be-i~ev&~t .n tch- theory3 of' tr'ltleiouls
t:. I_:. ,._ -----_o_': intention, and thinks the ples ot06 o n
0A., g .l,vawi~r 4,ear Elie ea o niot i-.. .en-. +
c;" Mtff.'y the'lioat. There 1 i large tered rather, by aceident than de;,,gnu. The
;'". 4r.AronweeI wett? a deep groove, and i&; ci'- C .-}y-n:.l.l'hl iaipr -t;fffliflt.he deems. dtsir'--
-. ''umference technically ,"A .V" wheel, rrom abla in the meithud of -is that the pay-
..,gro..o, uy th6 Ride of which is a ,Roemi- 'ingmout gear should be made to reverse and
ar,". or smaler wheel, on the same axis. The haulin, so as, to.:avoid,. in caki of lfs. of in-
cable and the wire rope together were coming sulAt16 the hazardous tran.4tr of tu: calle
ir-vv the bows and the groove in the larg.-- from "t- ,e h.,,w of te ship tH
'. rom th .trn he b.,.,_.% of ....... v" =He
whe;l, the cable Wmmnd upon a drum behind < t "h of a Atl ntic
/ byte maehinery, which was once more mn Telp,,, i, ra upo the 1 .. of an Atlantiuc,
... .ca l wein ~n t ewre ro om n pe in a r aght lne bu Qf ,, th ,_-l ., ID riiy an-d the. ,.. t
were being hauled in with a gieiat strain on ,ten t an. ..ta e ca .. .. t -ol
them at an a'hgle from the right, hand side. so ougnlrto bri erayred ,inmndiate/v to~becore-
ta teydd noL work directlyv in the '" V leted by next Iay,- and that the Gre,,t
,in the wheel. Still the strain was shown on Eastern couhlth^Lon lay~it'with<.(,!rlaihty, and
the- jndicator to be very high, but not near in.b Sthosam seaso~ii ick upjandcomplptetho
br~eafing strain. At last up came the, cabin ^ one -now aband,.,nod. Mr. Field wishes to
"nnd wire rope shacking together on the "* V "* make'iiq ;ttelenpt to recover the old cable
wheel in th bbat. They, wei e wounds roun.i iinmediatcly, bu. Capt. Anderson" says it
itsowy irep^ngoe ty s wheels t- wuid rthe'h eastt^?, rmonthsS-not tei as
gehrwhen a rj^-da gied pt thein ovn board firstt reported--iS g't ready fui" such an ex-
S w h ich flew up i'rom six ty hundlredt-w eigh t, th~e P[ c t .. ...... ... at ea o of h
highest point marked, with a sudden jerIk, year w~udiilma~ke Success- veryd'-Irubtf'ul. -.
threata and ahalfiuches, h, the chain shackle 'Alto~get},er, Capt. A r, dero 'sb .l"ett0r li ofi
-"' and wire rope chamber, as it were. up out, of -the n-ust r.ncourogingcharaicter, and treno.th-
the gr.pve on th!e right hand side of the "*.V" en~s our faiih in the early .Mucce~s-ef the t'et0-
ofthe wheelel,. got. ou the "* lop" of theri-im. of grllph,. B~eked. as he. 'is.-_ by,. --thea _....u .~nln~imus
the"*,y;' wh.e%! and rushed dowyn with a crash voice- of the press in Eng'land, we mayr hope<
: B thae6 tfritH,hbeel g':v gn -g n doubst,at 6 ,^er, that tho,-c m|,nn:ies will stil 'p'ersevere, aS-
-h k o t "e a l, ..o w -Li -,. wa .at a h d i,-,' "tha i ndceS ary -funTis- wi I be -pnr vided
Thmahiriy~asstll.i mtinaWlte tl.l )il n*h~ TT-lfl]CII 17 OYbed jw

ropes traveille- ail t~oeofher, one-owar~ds the "ib u _nc dfc ly. Y": .' -

capstan Wnd tUb other" towards the drum -. "-: ;,".. ,* .- ,
where, just a- thec able reached the dynamo- ,Movement in Behalf of the-Freedmen..
I neter, itfparted, and-with one bound leaped,' A ;. l, i ,t ",str .ay
," -- ;"ed. a n A t ,= a mi ee t in g heldl 11f, f I s :i ty '{1 s terd y ;
.as t were, overalew feet of intervening space, .. -,-., .. Y Y Y'
as. it were o, a in WhUl tne princi')at Yr reilblein's Associa-
a u d s p la s h e d in to t h e s e a o f t h e P o u p l E r d We s, A o ei- ,
" "" It is not possible for any words to portra- t1ons of, the. country East and est, were
the dismay with. which the sight was_, wit represented by prominent gentlemen fiomn
nestedsed and the lnews heard. When a ra. *Boston, New Yor-k, .Phil delphia, Balti-
+. came aft with a piece of the iffner end lashed more, Cir-cinnatt.labd C'hieago,-a national
*^-.-'..itl to the chasD, and onpe saw-the tortured associationn %Y, ul_-..jasr gied-utder- the title of
"Bit Biui~.fn_-.Yyi&aped ]a-'crft-e-core. ,-igfio The American Freedmen's Aid Commnis-
.*^^ ^o' iy that stirge feelings of sioir -* .'.-
"uman han .Bishop SAmpsp"-i-wats chosen PreFident;
.,, ,Ull.e.. .,7.n-ger -a ..nrutat Wm. Liso -and John V. Farwell
#Y Joa aaetwigtne-neartsofthespecta- .Peiifn r Tl lmtn p'
g'' titain 4og thb ... .of t ". V ice PEe^ilent.g; Fred. Law Oimstead, Ge-
wrt+-_z4aiaan" Mlikr'rty" was.'Juit coming to Oert _, l,-.x .q : _:
herald Serea - o R." Shl 1 .il el Associ-7
te-fo0dfo compankin to put u.p his daily ,er,! [, s. -
Ltaement of the ship's position, having had ti) Secretary,.and Gjeorge C. Warc, Trofti-
excelfent observations, when the news came. rer ; which officers, with J. Miller, McKim
-I-feel," he said, 1we will not feel much in- ;aind J.3 M. WVarden, Corresponding Seereta-
terested now in knowing how Ta"r we are from ruies W" the Eastern and We.ite'n Depart-
Hejarts Content. However. it was something Wmokts, constitute a Board ot Margers.'
to know, al:hough it was little comfort, that The commission comprises a number of'
we. had now run precisely one hundred and proininent and active friends of the Fwrved-"
sj.ctoen miles sin-ce yesterday. that we were, inen'S CIUSe- sufficiently large to represent
ohe-thousaod anid'sixty-t~wo miles from Valen- .1-vole1,n .^i"- in evr I. lir -of'0",
"]' *ti. ?"h~ua~dtedandeigh-t mile from HI.aeart"s this worR of ber nc ,n e ve,' part-of"
ContenM.'that we werein lat. 51 2, lone.3 thecountryand mako it really nlonigilnl in
.. ..-- its character.
,. --'-' .... + Its object is to promote th'e elevation-of.
[Special Dibpatch to the N.'Y. Tribune.] the freedmen, and to eo-operate to this end
.' WASHINGONro, Friday. Aug. 26, '66. with the -Freed nieEn's Bureau. .-N. Y. Times.
The.Pate of Jeff. Davis.. -._ .-- -
Previous-to his departure- from Washington. -A dispatch in Tuetday's Times is ca'culatfed*
.- Cen. Gra.n,t remarked to a party of friends that to do great injustice to Gen. ButLer. It is said
if. rficinh,'evidence bad been' adduced in the that thitoieer had not offered his resignation,
lati CfiAspiriaey'trial, Anl. since received -by- in a way thaticould be accepted. "The 'truth
.... the' overment;toq, onvict 3,1ff. Davis of cornm--'i, that th%..(eaeneral not only-oflered his resi.g-

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IPtte t.. '. fecSeim es, .


H AS on hand an,'i, con tantly eceiviug a
l-rge stock.ofr goods, which, will. be sold
at greatly rei7rcaed, prices for castT"ah Dealevr
-will final it to their ad'vantage'to e.M-k.o'mu
stock .1tfore purchasing e'Ys ewherp-C':, ,
h ru.. *' "" 'v,.
fi_ .," ,.- ,,g ,
The Store .wrh.e' open on the S,_bbftth from
until. IN o'cloek-A. M.,'and fx6'I' Q il ,,i 1 6
o'clock P :'A ." .
And 17*, 1 'SC.5'f" *


". ft -." wihcl of A,.-;-,-;^ AN.D',
Dry Goon, Clothing, J EWELL L R;

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--1 G'idand lver Walche
l~roc+,ies, urunitqre, .o. a ;.,,,-

BAG1i^G!--TH]iEAD & NEEDLES. "A* ],s., .-gooda.,m.-t;nt. of
;,=. ,-i. '.:-! -.1 't3 PECTA.CLES, ",=
-'!"gunKs /t^ r et [a,=s^^ ^ o ..

Hi-ICI-I HE ROP, P .( .Es TOr SELL"ON" AS ,. .-u B,' B -* ;. 7 7
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ltrc m Bcta-l. ..KET-BOOKS,

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U Coisstilig 6fa full variety of.

..'" 'TABLEg and CItAIRS, '
:1'^. '.BLE, AND T .INGLE COTTAGE '81D-'
*. : .. -igTEADSr,.of "Very s'yle,
,. ,. .LOOKING GLAR`ES-, *
'100[ BOL] a~nd SINGLE. MATT RESSE^"
; ":.L ,--" r LOUNGE BEDS,- : --" .
.-;- *" ,WASH STAHD .? &^ '. -
-y.o.rders are to"cee l the alUboveconsign-
A ,,iH.t inmeli-eiy., either it Private o'r-Pu bli,-
Salt. :The Public are relspei'tjilly invltedo to
call and exaiuine the -f-tock, an-d secure a
Great BargaiD' at' :- "
.' ; STOREon Bay Street.
A u 24 ..- 86 -- tf. -


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OftVi _.

..SILVER THIMBLEt.- -'-. *-
A >\." f .'- '

A',. ,c.

SIhave just receive d a fin assortment of
Gold, -Siverr and .Ivory Cane
-* H eads, ;. :; 1
And,- a feW oi those, fne -

Howard&,C~o. Watches.
- That give such splendid satisfaction.
'.' .. ..
^ niches,: Clocks and Jewelry,


ELE l[,/ T, -" '
and' MV LET a.id SOLACE "- ..
S-:. -',. -:.CHEWING' TOIBA CCOi,
CIGARS 60flth' bes't brands, ac ..- . .
S*Sept.-' q-'tf/..'

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iat ffd Bonnets.,

Work-from the country will receive prompt
and careful attention.
I have associated with me
C. D. OAK and S.S. BARNES,
formerly occupants of this old sand, Who wilt
be ever ready to sec their old friends a-nd cun-
tom efs. -" -" '.
" 6 Refemember the place at the 61d-.tandI
of. C. D. OAK, in A. M. Reed's- Building,' .enr
tramnce on Ocean street t,"opposite HEerald/riflileC,
Aug-. 17, 1865--6m -

SLOT. OF GARDEN SEEDS, which wil he
L wa-r- nted.,AO.. S. OR




-PIA PE R,' ." -
.. andWRAP5PING;
E N V ELOPES, _-' "
i' P S, INK, r' '
And-all -aticles in the Stationery line,
S e p t ,. 8- tf "


Bon.nOet -and telt


-' "- AND "


*"^ "" ".> 0 '. S ... _<; -* -+; ...

061 1 S hBfoes'.
'FOR :LADPAg.T1rp G:E-NT*A, M8^
-;.:: AND c-HiLDREN'S WEAkR.

": "Clothing,

n~fo ifare..

D IS -E S; ,,- 7;" .' "
PLATE ;.' ... :
1 BASXET9, ROOMS, &.c.
All of which is offered at tha :loWest prices
b .ifr CAoSi. "
_M- Call an. examine beor16 purchasing
.Who legalte De part n e n t Up,
stairs, Hoeg's Block.
'&U& 11th, 1885%'


ptIKtuy In tne aasqassr-aijPn pip",-ana. that te' nation, but called on the President ar d begged
"" ofe the qonspira'torp4ttled-that.f thearch- ; him to-accept it, as he desired to close up.is
Ai^t "* 4 "'" .." aftirs with the Government, go to' New York-
f.j ndi hdate A -nd resume the practiree of law. The Presi
- in .... "a ... ,a^ inn- ,.i.p* at 14 dent declined, saying that his present recon-
ing ..-to, bi. as1.5 ..o..ng ,s_14-. 6tructon policy was an -experiment; he- lid
.-Gorvernmen t-sjks ,..wPro hi-nher anhd strong, not kfiow how it would st.e...; an-, /;i6.t
....oal toeks. are s-rng.ehr .d m demand.-- failed, he would want the General to go into-
Bnp- snares,-^are -of-e~d pa,'ihgJy and are, the South a d tal e hold. "For-thi. reason., -
..ekl-_v'"rmly..... --. '.. I resignation was not -accepted.--N.. Tribune.

"w ^ I offer nmy Etlatli-/i "ti: 'b 2,*tl0
9aresin*re o-'Is ", six, r seleo
j hx.nd-rkd sbre ii1 '3- high;stafeof
euiSi' vatidn,.qntfer good-fenose, &AA
with'all iiecesay (bit- .i itna
Als-o a l, t of fine" '- .. .,.
20 BALES .BLAC,4- L- C ON,.-
The abbve plae is situaW 14A *le8 .outh lA
Lake Ci'ty. 'F6o further pa' ictar' jplrojlt
this office. i Jn 2.T, '6i5-.-V 2
" Lake City, June 21, 1863nft
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., -: xB 'i th W ur.'V f~ w --.'s-r -_ '_ _
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"" La "o n*lqt p "-E" "-
.. Large; m oaplete l iTClli ,!KE


Well's A uclion-,and Commission Storeo


Just Me(etived,

/'orn l.O.,

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Dt~y 'Gbods'i,

Boots a n A .Shoe i^
Groceries, k :< .

Jacksonville, Aug. 10, 1805
r-6bL ICED SODA, WATE-A., with CiOfeC-
^ SYRUPS, maj ye. fouud- at- .
-Aug 177-tf JONES .,DRU;G STORE, "
Plantation for'Sa e.,-,