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Weekly Florida union
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Florida union
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00053711/00001
 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1866
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 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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"a" "me 28 PALATKA. FI.A. if

", 'James B. Dawkins,
'. I. Ef.,UIrY.
Feb, i 1r 1b 17 G.4IVES|ILLE, FL.l. ly
1' 9 E. M. L'ENGLE,

-,. ^&jOde NsE-y A.T LA-W,
*-/{*0fWTArHOEGS BLOCK UP oST/-1w.

"; .+, AJBW ..I ttf

;:i -TTORISTE-S- A.T LAW-i7,
, August4-tf r

Jacksnville, Florida.
W ho i_- ,-n:.rj ,r iltly re,-i% in." l,-r ~ .i .i,' : .f the 3 lal.6t
s.tyesl In DRES nuI:t.1)1XK TPTRIM MIN,-'S. ii.o
thi, (-: "l', 11 .i -L -i rv, l'r !- ,-r,,t l'.nt-h' I't"''+ (J'U.-d...J
Bridail T'ih ts. I-Iat' HI ,,od-, Z..-|,! I Wo:-t,-;Id-, (U Iovd.
G ilr.V Q m.-.,n', for t 1b.- h,-.0 ,in.[l '.?ry ,ti. I- k ,, ,-
i,,iind in a F.'inc 1 T ijn n ._' S .,. 1, En'i r,,i.Iv.- a r:,'l
and Patternc. ..-impi'ii ,1.>o ,-a .'it thie -v l i..r I i.
Orler; t'tr'in the country l-ror, ti y ,p ttnl: ,l<;i t,:.
Dec. 8--lIm.

Emporium of Fashion
E'nmImircta- ST Ox-E
A T this e:-tal..li-'hmen:ri[ mn- t..: iriindi rhi, [ .,Tr.r ari,:
nLDi-o, riiE -iAI[E !L ,'^ ,-. I h D r. ,i a l:'i,'-,ik niak-
iiht -- i. bl',OU!,t. 'Af ':' I'-, 11 i. I.. [- t ',aii i.in Hw,-'iei?...-
Laln..s +-..i.-iuimine ill tlii ,:itv ,.,l'* .,. irn:, w-.,ill certirl,,
rind t it,, their i -rt-..i to all ,i,,J .si. ninr our styIe.
I.,etor,_- leai w thilr o~r, l,:.r. di ht-nhiri-. Or.Itr rfrom t thei
L.jtI trv pi, mr th *.ittichd,A r.)
Tradv ouppliedl ii,.nthly"" v ith Itr.et p.l,,,', F.. ,io'w,4.
Ms MLAMIy .T.1. 1.PLL 'R.
De ,". 8 1 in --"

Wholesale and Retail Dealer In

CLOTHING, &i.'.. &e.,
A nibler& Heg-'s Bl.::.-k, Bay St., Jack-onville.

GENEIR'A1, CC)OM31 I"'.sl':N ME11 tI'HA-N T,
REr.1.__,HA,-.T 3_, E.'JILDINGS.
Foot of Bernard St., Savannah.
Hides, Wool, Deer Skins and
Thr M-'hi-.' h P,'ieei paida all tioi for tin ot the
wbt. arti, If>. Nov III,--mp.

A Large Stock of
Ledwith's Blook, upf .ta's, eutranee on
Barv Sltlvet.

Sept. 2 Offlce-Hoew's Bloch, tt"

'; ,Office on Bay Street, in Suimmers, Building,
'I.-apstatrs,)yvith John W'. Pi:>e, E.-iq.; will rprompt-
).l:Iv attend to all btuslnez'i in hi :.are. All n 're,-mo'?ni-'
1:1onds, Deeds, Mortgages or ofhear Legal IDocumenite.,
,6t'ade with neatnets and itihpatch.
... Jacksonville, Oct. 6-6m.

A LL person ind.ebtedt to the late firm of Burton &
.la Grave. either by Note- or Ai:ount, k ill cont'er a
, .r by catling upon'the undersimen'd armd settle. as he
IU anmxous to close np their busin-m6, and can b- Mtun, at
Ithe Biore of John Cark, Reed'a Wharf.
"' Jackson%!Ue, Nov. 10-3m.

4 Dissol-ution or Copartnership.
"TI-ft. OfthofMrfrs. Sarab Word, and' Mr. 0. L. K,.e-nv,
Us 31'1ofbDec. l866qdisBolved r-,y ntuil consCeUL
,The b 3s will still continue in the name -,t
,Jtitedhville, Dee. 8--1 m

LOGGING ON A L.Rr,E SCALE.--The travel-
ling .*'rr-p,, ilent r,f the Poitland .1'1Arts says
that a firm rdf Sb.4kiwhezan own 400.060 acres rif
landi on the Kenelbpo river, whi(h is equal to



go. I amm.:s Block,
" AS in Store and arriving, Bw.qon Sides aoaeo tl-
der, Mess Pork and Ham?, L: utt'.r nld
'.Cheee., Mackereltn 'ba''e'l, Nawk ra rel iwane'kic. Cu--
ifish and Herring, RiWoawrrliva Quffee, Te. Broken ar-mJ
refined 8UDp (. 01..1 Bourb..n an~t R+,:.tiie~ i hisekey.
'are offered by tbt package inly.

l"Photograph. Gallery.
1IN Bay 6t, Between ''~ah-mpton and Pin, :8t. Pho-
" tographs, Ambrotypessari eve-rv variety o' pictures
' own to the aIt in the iest style and at m,--,Ierate pricEr.
*)I, s,-3m

EpHEsubscribr is prvpfired toi iurnilli Lithe of' pime
J)'qwffliy and in any quantiti-og, mi R otl's M ill, at
tpre donare per thousand. TermsA-', 6h.
T ".Ir'.:,--r .I "! "V. S. S KI XNNERH,

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.' three monthn.. ....... ................ I 0 ..
?v. I threy i ;...... ..... ".................. Ten CBn ,
-.'f' ca p MOunbecriptiqn tOpn for less that tbrme months ~
^r" a^JZ jgnyL mnlt b. paid in advance. '..
.Y '*- lW ? '"^f*5 ,emlmf <* ABvte xsISo. "' .''-, '' '

.one i i6T .................... 0 3J

. *^^,i._:...n, w,,ab tA. t one W. A. MAft 1 N,
": ltjf M octunt n il mjfiverteT'rremp. All
q..u mfdett ment lUb~iqarterly' tnaftance. FORWARDING. AND C'OMIISSION
^*,.. -J'X "*o .^Tl--- -- ''** .P~t N~- a:yeROI=I, AKTT,
N't..>i l1 Y 8YI *. nMatlv Bnd tio6mptly executed
.... ,", ^ : y AND INStURANOE AGENT,

.,i T ,t1' ft JACKSO rTILI.E, FLA.
j U P. I-I. oJ.IELj oli 'Produce purchasied, or av.';anceq in crah or 'nuplplici
C ll rvlisl' &'to(he fttiitall immediately made on onsig'nment to C. B. DLI,Ie, New York.
,LVlT..tbB l~iVO Ote on Bay Street, where ells
| '1 SiaCM1unfin'the day; and at night' at his T.-E. BUCKMAN,
",' l ,:i. ..;.." ,i Feb. 3-6m
I I 'SYXS K. ..ep4 to Jackconville for the 1dirpoe of A LSO IN
", % Jl, itlr '>a:tice of hi" profession, owelhis SAW UrLL LXCHIFNERY.
*k W tbA llS^ October 2873m
., -r ( Sl i, m.' .her, of Forsyth and Otooe 2.-
Juif J Vill a 20--tf
......i a,_ j, ".. -t ... a 2. . .. .. ... .

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ANl,LCLSIASTIl'AL BLU-1 .GA!.ksrT "liM.^ J
The Baltimore Epis:-opal MethoJistl hae;as,
tide on the e ulhi-:ct ,it IhIfe (t.,M*,de nation. b..it
pl,,nary toun(.O il .f the t .';til'r-.iv .i. 1r,.h.-L '.,,I",,i
ttain las ;,,nial dn, idan, ,s. '1h, M _.,lh.ilie[."/i
i s,.l,, '".Jt the ,' oluncl in Ih, diNsLu.sfv,, t, Il ,at-,
eU k-nd-. \Vo qi ,.te : ,.. il
"'Nor ale we ignorant. cif roun4Lda}foes a;s l,
t I,,l .,..,w. \We Iiha've pj,1r 'i d them. at -a'arA
-*a nti4hit al'ter night. tnil \ k'Le' al e' ,g
e,1 to kiiiw about thr-m._ An't.(>.l ]utct .-r. i
V tnTnd tbr nmany yeai,: i s,.,- .th( i" itnvarm-L.
sile 4 it'society, is not l kely !) bo ,priudia[ l
fa t:ti l u ,S a b o u t c o rp o eA-. l 1 ,t h ib it i ,.,n s .8 ,
Eaciulapiub had lived.t until rnow. heie, 'iat
haRvo thu g-ht it proper tre l,,,)k at-thep
of thie polka.as we saw them at 'rat.
as a1 permitted sindy in animal l>hy!:< H
moral pathology,' The young 1 ^1ir,..
thus handled and swung, n,.t-.t .b, B|
night might hae b(.en pcr t Li v'-i. l
evjl,_ we trusit't~hey.wwcre-uci'mt^


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Q,i...iqp .T 'tbgrewf 'Were to' `e,
nea.'Tie r.questid. the gentlemen to join hands
+wit. theil reg,.,eetive lad-:-r,. which was dorne.
s.ndlirta va-v.W 6trt Sr-awe of timo the four .were
ma, v._wo.., .IThe stuation bpirng .-fully realized
.b'lerqilft'h"tc-rnphe. 1lt-v ci-~lu'tided "to ae'fef-,t
'%hat they vc-.uld not \e'v ell h,-lp, anI all adJ-
J.,:urned to.- their boadirdi, hons.?:l ,ite wc.-ll
pl,.-ka,-d witi the restth ot the prea,-lr'tn mistake.
Nrw Prn,)crss CIF- SU'r-MAKiNt;,-A New
( l.,v %ii, urn r.,"erfs'iM, without b,,neblack, on
tl'! |.!'ii,t tli.,n ,l' M r. Joiffph F. r;.in, in th
ai it li -.t [lNali ,-.ininm es. 'he',l raruni ,,n is Sl-
l r;:i, IIr r,. tlin .ill ira.-o ;i ,out ,,ne- huni,:died
anIl tw,-rtj'-fivAO h,,-,-ail. tlt;AM si AN .,,n, and The
npW_,[,t.,,-,ri d" la, P.'k" *w,- ns tl-,1- S!-i, v kh,-,ni-
I'lan twtti,-,:, 'i r,, six h .)nd1red. t, .-,- 1,-r 1 li ,.l ,..,-:l
hogshea.d:!s, There will bc. al..,,ut it ane.lurn
Irop mat,.]e,in thb parish.

djipecnds our li'h,-tties and fie plyrn -nt, not
Ssby in the presebt, ,ut tor all time to.c-.me.-
The ,:aeo being beforethe Unitad Stotes Sulpiremp
I-Court :,n 'Pr.'i-rate -di-itill n f opion.of the two
,]"iid.f'-:I f the U niteT ,1 tatt- _i71):m t (_'o.n t f.o, I
Indiana, the lOrmer maintains that til: n.:ter
was properly ,bef-,re it. The fact tHit the P.r,.h
were ,drivi -e,,uld rnot ,,p ral, to the pril udlie
of thle ,cmplainant rnor deprivee him ot his ri.Uht
ft'app:.al to the eivil'tribunals it,:i,-r the act -It
Mar:h iIS63. Alhhi-,h thi.n- ivile-n c the writ
of habeas >:'crpus hadt been w u.-fend ,1Q, his i.=,ht
und.I "r the C,,u..,titlti,-,n arid la- % till rm ainci l.
HI.- was a ,. -.it ,n ,-,t Indiana, a-tM had h'ar,:! l,?,:n
in thi? land ,:,r nava',l servi,.e ,;'r in the ac:.ti>,_- roil-
iti1.. It was ttu,, a ,'r., a .ira,_y lxxi-t.,d in Indi-
ana1 when tlHe ,1.h l,,i'ni-t was a0,I u.,_"d ,.,1 Wat ,.:ii-
.aliiig in it ; t a, ,ot dit t.. t,., t e a t -,f M at'._h,
IS113, |r,-,) ;.si'ln A :'v ; l arld y u iae fi_.r th,.e tri r -,t
,_hl ( las o. ,-,l,-,ot h..nri .i l.,,-t,,re :I ,- ivil vr t"' ft TLh
''it Luit C',,llt ,:,t llii atl.t "v : ,[.n a; ,.lld UDo b-
itrii:tc il, an d bl, sini.~ tl :Jein ,: ,ntint.,,d t.) I.e
t i~aki t,.1 'Tlhe .',,hrt, unnfhr thel law, .,:,uld
have puniplje. i tt; 1,.-. riirm an,.l th,.r,:- v'. a n,, ter-ir
of' an inhirilr ,t,.,n o:,t 1r1 ,: e T h,-tre were t,',,,:ol s
in rl ita-t. i, t the -,, -" ,,t the scre of
v.,ar. T_'li: tro, [ .. ,_,) ed in l te
e ,_.L- t vt I IV'i ,.n, (.Or E. ,ll t,., ,-, ,iat,-" ,. i]et, n ili-
tiry c,.,_(-sit\ im l t t.:,it ire. No inp m ttir Ih,'',
P uiltt M illi-_an ls th,..-i, exist,,l ,:I authpitv
t.I) tr\" hin bel r: a nia ilitaiY ,:,.,rm-r,,t-siin. lic nut
Leier,; in tilt- M ilitia-,'v vr I a- al A :4, 1 i, -e. Nor ,did
Co'-'i rr,-s attempt [.Y it.-, l,.,:.:.dulin to ,: nfler
si,.h h pov.,r. T "ll,.rtv'r,: -',:,nai'e.'i h,-ull oidii
hisi reh e h'tro, :,u,!;,iary cu.to,.ly, and re jiar,,d
him t,-, l hl ,. ii t ll .l
To all 'hj t lth. n ni-iieiq, :.f the i.,urt give Ilie
altirmativ, ,-iits\,.-r, an ;da -IF,' to .t L ,,:,nd oulu -s-
ti..n pi,,-ente,.i, ( tna ly, ..Ili It til: ci:.urt t0o havy
a Iit it rd li _,-as 1r0-t..,. :t'id/,:, .SO, his t,-.h tse '."
Anld the V s' t, Ilh- thi'1I qu1 tin: ad nh1
,nilitar\ -i ,itiii.-s ,,,i tl ti ..'all i ,. t t,, try hi,, ::
T h Ol~i n;,~i '.,'.i i.\'i-w. yttft _,_ivi-i "l .,iaitti.-| l.:tw
4ih1d i.c-1iilinn.nFlniS ,e,-r i;.',: .n i ni-t:3 v. h,.:e th-l
ci\ il e,,lrt't aire o! l.u i.lp -i I~r .,-s i.s iun,,l,-trui'le,.
4_'hli .t .Iiystie. '_-1,M f. r ],in,,dlt and acs.".ei-
ateii; WV^yn,}:.e,^va.yne and Mdlei. read a disent-
wiot' "pipioxi relative to) the third, point, namejy, .
,unilitarv thiburtids taking the g.mnd thal they
may b* d('de.-ed 1,v Corqr'&ior, T' .authority im
c-ases w!era the t ltv ci CO -og0stt'teted, irt
. r~l t |J ,jt ,xh, '., Iit" O. ci. CaQ r- Aj ,a .p..'. 'L L .H_ lL 'I_


,'[ "'P.Si.crAN AND sUrtUEON,
,, .J^.rCXS0,Vr1LLE, FLORID.-.
fOfflee--iwobiu' Block, Second floor, fu';st room on the
_" left. 6 ": .. Jan 13-'3m
DRS. A. S., & 'W. L. BALDWIN,

P hysidia' s and Surgeons,
7 Office, donier of Laura and Adam Sta.

'. ,Will attend to all callU in City and County.
N ; ov. l7-tf.

b_ B. HART,
'''" W ill practice ia tAb tate atd tUnited States C.,iit--.
.". "" Dec. 9

11 ^^L &, BADGER,
,. N ,E Y S : A T LA N,
0('A C L.4. FL I.
':'*-^' W ill attend promptly to a!] bj--i:?- r.ntr'ute,; to Mi:
:' t ',are. I.... .;--tf
*' t,.'," ./lsMnllo. ,r. ,,. r. s.MEL.
'.' .; J.I 4 OK SO VIL L E FL O tI ,. 1.
,, ^ .t

"7,r WACTf~j~oK J' 9.1}:17I0V MIERCtrTS, se~i'eT toMe show .-ake in a eotdetionu"* wind .,
'''""' '"' ''"' "Izo's WHAR.mr, for home consumption. It might "bo a i,`%V4
Dec. 9 JACKSONoVILLE FLA. tf go( cake-bttt then the asioc-iatkin of ItAo ideta
S TAt~E, LA. f.otpuritwy vith public ep,,sur, and irreverent
MTil CARD. tu, n.1iRa. han,:ling, hni a natural dilti,-ultv in it, so.a-m"t*f
JOHN CARDY & CO., that, from Rl hit ,e have h,.:ird fall fi,-,m zav
g.ntlemen, even the,, pra, tii.h. ,,f ti- plka, does
MAiNTFAt-'TUI UF no ,,er,.,.me, it. .V,. kn,-ow th,. ,l.fen,-, against
ITEAM EN<_INE., SAW MILIS, SUTGAR ROL- it. WNe wore enti'relv laniliar tirh "Horn w,,, '
LER,:, IRON ANr) BRA-S CASTING. qmwup) s <--_Evil be to him who evil thii.l.
JACKSONFI LLL, FLA. btt this motto of the -altetr i., laid to have oii_.-
October 2S tf in.ted un,]et eir,:m.4ta.,,es that ocntradi.,:t-l iis
..*"*" -- w -. --philh8:sophy, and its use is ,..,mm,-nly t i ,-, its
L. W ARROCK, ,,ri'In. It is well t,:, hava j pure 'ina;:,!rioi,,
AUCTIONEER ANi, (.;ENEr;Ar. .',.^M1lSION --,t- toI have one ,urc,,. ot ,-,,nm,,n .nse isi but
MERCHnANT, laudible. Tlh,, mind th.it ,an pier,.irev nonoL%;1
B.1AY STREET, .JA"KNSO.N ~!LLE, FLA. tendlenei,-"s in thins not positive brev, hIips ot thi
4,'0N4 I-i t N ;,4:,LiCi t F ,. c,-,nm arnidnierntm im.ii._.t ,:,nly ,Nrpur:, iIt stupid.-
W ill pureha- for pnti-i,-_ in tiln: ,:.iii.rniv all arii.]eilthey T he U,,rd,.Al t-i have a l,..e, fl th-it, wh,.n St.
wiAh, at the o:,we-:t market li,:We. Fren, is si.iw a vo'n_ man st,.ailiv ki.itt'- a
October 28-1y maid.n, h,. :a',=.dl hishaanI-s ht., h,:ave:-i and re-
t1 ,1'11- that ksII r,:I (t ..---d t(I:It the,,. ,t ".-1 (o nt ut h
t 'h ri tian t l it it ;n Ilr. i ,.,r[,.l. t.l,, .i [i t :%as
p R. -1:N- C, I Pt _T- I .r l, tht I, ,t,-ij n,;a,ii ,F i,,e, ,, d ustu kis-
= + -,i-:- -

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1-.n I. t .-,f iro.n ,h% i .t to ,t it t.:, i-,,. ,, it .| i E I i Fl. k. .
r i l~ i :r -n n l i r ,.-- r .: ; i; t; i -, i '. .:*. .; 1 1 f ... h n .: .- i n = t -, | :1 '< O. M. .\ *.2 t h u n i i a , i t t r r -... t\ 1 hn t t l n n l ;
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th: .,r l -i,?,, h -. .-,..U .O ,,,' .n ^ ,i :, ,,,l.. ...i: l,',-.t ,tl,. -t hit,, t tl W. ( ,.1,, ,,,.t ]l.|,iuk
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! I 1 _] (/ / -- 17 t t =l I'1 ,'- -.-' q e l: 1 ,7 I, t it r -cpI 1 -t ',Ill ~II'
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tI' .I, i',' l ,, ,-, .1" n.-, :.11,1 ,...%VI h' ,iiIR 11,I h -. \'F,, d ,,. \u h ,, \ t. 11-,t a l'lliitaln.-
*:.u 'a n l, I -i i i ..... i it c -t.!ii 'rr:; l.n i ,..
All r .r,,I ...i UL;. -i,,,,tl, \V .i k, ii.. i,,,.,.i 2 .1,;;, -i,;th- T ," ,1- ,"! i" ,,-, ,,'h- t1 l v~ ,,u".* l]l]il .l,. ~.ri '-o.^ .,it
in _, *l..i,,t :ii -_h,:,,t T,,, ;,. >. :t ..i ;ii .\ *,ii]...n ..r r. i'-1 ,1, '. e' ,hl t t" ,. ll th |i t i[ r' t it i-, t:,-d H ,,,,n t -:t .:*
R- w I 1wO : I- t't" I in f,-,o-r ti,- n ,t-t!n. 1 in tN,..e rothe...i-.rn ; f,,,i
Feb. 17- tf .ik ...u viI 1,,. ,,,.,- 1 ,,f th," ,,unini -; ,, t,.e i. th;., ,'r T h,. cl I t
'-t th,--:,: i l.-01 1 IlI,. t11 ll i l .M i d m :l-;., w ith
T~n~lTI'te-' ^'-t~l^ Q-8^1 T~lTlt--m .- "" I* i m1""1'':wth lIh. mi it 10i dwe. -sn
D oorsK. Sash tand Plind : .,:,III.Ipd.111-kII ,, how,, 1 11,s ,II,,,b,,,
EVIMY a^ i AND d, n,-,t kh,,,D l,-,w i- v ,i',,l.At is to -,e ,?-
I T' v r :r;v T V 1 2. \ "v T < T P s i s t ..- ,d ., t lh e \ _,t a t i ..- s ,: i h ,: t l h iu ,n "

tdpga-f '64c it iuemn^ W^^ "
A1 nc^Qii'lias' pis'sil^'td!bT
"iTufl'II wx-as s-on thrown xito such a I. '-
of confu-sion that hle ct:dd fl --Mirehg- iF":^
pre,,ate the fhll-meannig' c no, cteda,,,,
lions propllitded. His R-ttel^rg; steoot '+"
ti ) e 1 1P iU.xttui -f rmge moa,:ldt'ff,'-'.
when the President i:fsk~d hnitr PYlif .
lie would do M Ir a anan that he fovueu (mkd
the field shlot through the kuee- 'eiat?..-, a
Th:e- yoing man said there were a .gdewfi
rriatu tlhin:! 1-he wouM.1 do tbr .:8is"i.Ali ,.
sei], 1,it thatt Ihoe th,-,u lht. thle qtesti.ao .;.,
a veriy broid onoe. I)r..Y.-.-.- agaiia,-,l
atk,-,t hunt \\-hat wvul~ l yu do ntjiu/f/y ,.(i
evidMnly try-inj to make himuitay. -th.os:,B
lhe wouhl amltate at on,:e. Te1e8, EofirBqi.
pli,-ant by thi.i tUJi,:, was in ..w'h f'tAQ
as not. to un-]rtal-n a mtth. ah ,uel- tonla o -
t.,d quest Jo, I, andl r,-.m ined perti+y.. rf
lent. f1'. Y -- ti,,o'ui.:'h .01J.uld.;.
tak,:, him on another tae.k,` :M.,.s6aiq,;-.
-Now, sir, whnt wNotbl you do floa n.,W .
if"y,,u ftulid n,. on tlhe fielMsIlgljot ,cj i ..
through thir,'.-"--hohlding" up .1},lu3.-' On:. .
lepo aij pl ii: to e" a,_.h side c .f ,.
kne,-.-i,,ic t. Tle arpplr ant h is'i af.d for.
(. ijt T t t.- L,.,+,. t i .
at i ,-,itlit, an d, O th en his x. eounj'e an; 9 ,' .
: .- p' ,' .-" p' o~,
I.r-ihtrtl..d a little,, with rite A gli h, 0
.q~~~ii'it~~ -If e ,n--,a i' i. ek ".s' o0 t 10+'
*, "' .4 i ,. -'" W;" <1 K. *". '
", "'Ut "q _ei.- i '- ..pv.e Out 6 -,
nn.[i..ti\-f outlir .,I, li j .h, '' U"W I
ir, i tit was ?.,.,n t. r-t a's shot. throu' ;
hie r o, I 'r ,,.',i ,,/. ," ,i/n w .," < l t ,K i n o. '": "
rh,- r ,-.dent o.' the I-,oard,:.r 6*q-"g "
p u t o tt fu r th e ],, c1t, t ., ilt u h t ** Wt
'oung 'aplicant he. clip", u oo;Tbtui' .1
'. ,. w ," n W W j- i ,
- THE PACIFIC' E-A .L.AY4,..,_


Tir C' -w-E,,z \r ; .- (or ti; ;o.-Th,, Staie of
')hio h,q j new -al. Ii .s d.....rile.-l ;. r,.ou dJ.
v .-. ;iind ,h' l- in.*he- in ,dl,-Im t,. IhlI%,n; ,, pon
the Ina:'.,it, tl^ w,-'N ""1 he -;r,:tt ,", ,! o-f the
Stale 'A ,-hi,-,:" w ilhtl l th,. .iel. is u.:, t.i,-iit-
LO OM,, in, ,,o, nkt,,lir,;, q: ,.i \ h ,-;. in th,. 1tt. fme-
-"l 1.ii :j,1, I i.i in1, 1 c- il o -.v n t I n a l, alld on
tl Ie ti'ht ,.. the a It,.w" a -,e:it -,.f wh,..:,t, both
ny[.rqht : in the l,. !, i inml ;& .s s,,r a ran er o|f
Io,,intalli.--. o ,'.lw i, h Hi. I -l is a ri&i g 61.111 ;
th',in lh,.;i- .I the InuUiiu i 'in a river is r,.re-
.,-e.t-,i a l(\\ iri,; t,'vNial th,- ribht t..i,-_, und
ini et ih,- .-.',i,.-li, is :t s:t ,,l ,..:,,tainlt,., the w olds
Im .,.,'.ri1 n, i In i .,.ri,."
A S-\. 1an l an,;-.:,, p,,,,. '-r ,xp,..i s the b1-c54
th'Lt 1111, ;.li e i-.**.n -ii 11 f'i it r na are
NtOiW a o -. ]. ...e K iuke up,
v.-n th,-;r n it iv, ,-., tr .i .It,, ;IrIl pei hapsI -.I.ntnallv
l.w in-trinwr-nt t',r 1h.,: i.*_,'n ihti,,n -)t lhe em -
ipiie. T hr, A lt.i C. .ht,,, ,,. i \. -
Therv ii c. .:i ,,in i:N. Il ,-I .t b is~n,' ill the
Y.tate, in.\Nhi, I h llic .\ ,,. n. t -,,und ,' ,, peti-ig
,vith A. ,en-a,.i a E,'..p' i.-i, s K .i ,-.,,our
ni,,st r'i s'c, ,r.I-, .. m arut. i.mt, 'r.S 1 r.:[ I- f.l f, -L" si.1--
eesiv on thee .,,l:,i' at,, ind I %,tt i,,is a _.rs. \ho
n a remarkably short tim., without learning our
ahogiam>2, understand how to d,, tlhe wc-,rk requi-.
rr*e of them. Thegreatteat trait in their (hara,.ter
appea., to be imitritiveness, aud the, hW! npprli-
- dllij^ &In to _gafe--g+ A^t.i|ftp .h __ IAV ,.1

W.i- ;. f i- l .
1 -, k M.- G. GARY,
0 _, ,. ATTORNEY \ AT L.A ,V.
4 ".OC.ALA, MAl-IOX C(r- 'I/l" FL.I.
|^ '' j Vi}pruactce in the' State and United. statc- C.-mi-il'i.
4 tab. 3 3-mp
^.?-;EJ r CIS i. W HEA TO:N,_
..% ....:;. ---c^ r,..

r;. ; JACKSOiR"yiLLE, 7LA."
ffie.~.OScieCOti Fprfy/It and Market streels.

;cout LA Ir.
^ *..'C.ute.b,'',. L g ...
TgL -Aa.* A OTj iSElt, FLA.
;'-.t iiane tei of > oa es fu ithe SuptrOae 4nd
i.. VT-l' I I~ " C1fim, And in the i",:,u-s of rth tI.
n -,,l., *t.t Washington a& permiittod by existing
^^ -++ W. M. IVES,

C 0,N 1 T i 7 N l .Nr. ''i. r,'.- T r ITr
"' 1EPF'._.a, yf _.1 .?L ?5 .. "r _-ry_..'.] ,'t *"- ",r
ISO Bay 6U,Qt, Sa-aimxah, Ga."
]#eb 21-tf 27--t f

LAlnO Ab 11 U
T ITAVEeniic tant h,,l,,i,'>:T t-,r I',, i -, .n and anil,'-
Tim .,.i, TTand;. Th,,,fi. T,,rin. 4.[, h t'l.r ni ,? nr ,nl
viy.he jroti l ,'...,,n] nitlir,. rv-kn [-II[,, r iil h 1"1 L1 -I
^ i r l p t i o n ai l l h i w f t i f i 0 e. ,A l C o .iotblj. p. i .n1t1. ,-1
for l.ndh 4 prn :': r h.I-'r-..'N. *, "-.-, r ,':! .,'.-
I now have somr .- II. ,,!- Pl '*BtB.i.,t !'f];,idfk -,, ,-
A c. it, t r -"I.. ,T F ..r r,"lT ,.t :.,:' l-'-
st'',t.'. 11l .1 1 1 ht .l T lu, .ir .'i,,tlt. & i; .
,Jnckronriilc-, Fij.. '-*. |.i. ."I--?v.'I

Thp Ge.rman journal. relate Ihe faII,,win,-, at-
eo,?l,,te.: "' ,.ila% ri us, n is one '-,: tl t. -,chi i.,s of
Frankfort, and,! is p.rthll or-Iupied by gartielter,..
who are ,onsi.erod, tiihtlv or wrorp-l, .to he a

od the city, el mry lho~imfo wtiz obl-li7.ed to bif ef~
ir two sldiet i. ThL. iInhabitants ,4 saxhau.sen
al',:q inttd thiemehi, ; or" this (Ityhv with a vOrV
bad gra,-e. and oneo t ,hem showed such manifest
.i-sru ,:, of ill-will towa !s "is gup t that the latter,
whe- hf-.,t dor% n to dinner., pla-e his AWM.t o1n
the tab!,:, b-y Tr .","wt a \%:.rA".'ignjk-arLjg*_---
ture. The countrY.nan a nd nothing, ,ut h-lft
th, roomnt a,,,l m] ',ut i-l j a nm-ent with in
en :irnii:,u pitelhtik, \hiih Itc. la-d d,-,o n e.,,side
the swo,:r,:l, "['T!, -l, ll tti h,,.I "1" w ith a :i er,
but the ,,thf.r ,i[ili tiv .-.rvl. *I thr,, i.'.ht that
f.:.r s.. ,ig a k,,ilo a ,,.- fi.,il was requi,-,. It
you like "e v1 in *- I1 v in t ]- lis,.t .,,iitr ovn I In -
Sl,[,_ri :.n t." 'l'h i ,'., i :i'. l ;h ,. it'1 it.t, ti,-,r h L s,-,r,
f Cou,.,rs ,co ld ,..,lt :tn. ,:o th 'ht lt t., p,,t
his svtl a' ,v in a ,-. 4n,. .t tl,, k;t, h,.in, whilst
th.- eitherr w it'lLhi- th, ]iiti:-hf;,rlc."

DRt. WiNr.R ntPRI O -,:Tr.1 .-A Mr Ditt, has
ntic ,:ly "' tak, rn IhO st ils ,--Olt A.," th,: *,:.:rltlrn.,n
na ,.1 a Io\'-e Iie \-w ritet ,-, t hc IIer,!,l .t
[I..- tlh th:h t hI nan lift t%.-. th.,u,;n-i ,1 MI ..n hi n-
,i.,..t aU ,d tw,.n.\-., .-ven -,,nn d tw o.in.CEs.
517 -1.N ;z:--"I h .5 .-ai...an pi in. -inmplo f-od-
l. ..v kin'ls at %. ni al, a ,_,i h.l..l kni,-k-kr,i, ks., porli
ai 11-1 ,.li ll :ehtS. I b111,ve .. n 1i ti, ve,-,etal'h?
t ... Jir.l milk when that wnoulil an-iwer. Nit I
f-iuIt it r,'. sat' a F.-rti-,n oftt the time to intr,,-
dill e a.-lIM anitnal tood int,, my ,diet. I r,jar-t
beEfsr_.ak as ,:,,ntaining'r thr- best nlusele-nakin-
prin,-iple, beau-e it i? musi:le, and more rea,:lil.y
d'Aribut,-d as suoh thr,:,uhbo-ut the sYstem."

IMPORT\NT TO IFR,:'H.\.Nr..-Afeordin to
advi.:,(.s r,-.:,ei_\r,] b. Alexar,,ler rDIlut r. dire-( tr
1-f the. Purea : of Stati.-lticf,. dated at Turk's Is-
land,. N,,\,-.nl-.r 211, 186., th<, silver half dol-
lars and quarter dollars ot" he United States
have been dtP, lared by .,ro..-lanmati-n of the
it-ueen of Gleat Britain to 1w a legahlendc-rin the
colony of Turks Island and Cai,:o Islands and
the d,,pnende.ies thereo,, to (irulate and be
received in payment as bing of the fltl! value
and,- e(lunivalent to -":urrernt money ,of the UIiited
Kingdom at the- rates hereafter specihed; : that
is to say, thesilver halt d,)Har of the United
.'States at the r.it of tx.. sthillini.s- stetlinLz, and
the silver quarter dollar of the Unite,l States at
one shilling.r sterling.

Tar M RKF-T.rs OF N-w ORLEANS.-The an-
nual leasing, of the New Orleans markets, which
tr,rok r-lace a few days since, brought in. to tlh,,
city treasiir, the handsome sum of three bun-
dred and firty-two thousand two hundred and
thirty oa-llars. Thh biddingz was more spirited,
and the sucl:essful bids higher. than in previous
years. This is one ofthe most valuable fran-
ehises ponsisg,,d L, I:, the muni,-ipalit, otf New
Orleans, especially as it ha -z been se,:ured at a-
very chea.p rate. F,.r instance; the Drvadr
Market. which ,.ost the city eie.ht thousands dol-
lars. was rented, this year. for mrore than thirty
th,-,usand. There are thirteen of ipse markets.
Of these the -lt Fren,:.h maikpt ha, be:een, for
many .ears. the mr-st ,e!,br.tld and trfiUipnted.
thi,.t.-h ot late Ihe P-'yhra miiaiket hs ,:'ome t.
rial it in liublie notice and lav,:.r.
P,'T ,rFi,:'r, IN "rtr S.T ri T IeDP..inm't,.r-
G fl-neral Ir .)-, ,,I,,1 t.-, ,1", ,,n i ', ,-. 11 j.,1,.!, ,1 es
in th, ..,,,,th', .:-tes w l-ei,+ th,. I.te i,,'ir,.le
f-i Q I ii t,-, rrnake a r utnri -.f rm.,n.-v ai .d r -timpq
inl th,.h"h n'k a tb,-. l-i,e.'inin,.- rf. tl vtr Very
f',- f o the ,,r- t.1 5,-1 -- in thp ,,utlirn .States
huvrT thus tar t,-en r,,.,lpoiro.1 ".inil e -. :Tt whert,:
ril 1,:'aI ipI%'I-. -tiorir-i. .- mad,., no, m.r, will I.,a
fir,",m, time t.-, ,,,mm. During th-l prc.rerrt
w,'-one n hiilnred and iriv-six ,offe. op in NorNth
Cor:lina were thus i,,ffl'iill\" d,-n!(M1tod as dis-
:-,r.tinUtr-l. Out oft',iht th.',faitd postofmces in
North Car,-lina.,onrly thrEe thousand hav,. thiu
far bt.,:,- re.,poned.

^a+r',ni+ n ma v7.,-d-nM,,.+ -P' ,,? T + 7)+,.'o 7tu, i-,. In,.rijb-iu,ia- Pr e
tae! a.re far ''-eitt tltan many perions have any hlyal. t4.,3etho.," with Ihe pcea m as-,n i ilhl' preoe,
colceptin olf. but It might happen that a:' ih:ja,1 .udiQcar'
'< .. .. .--' *----- -- mialht itpe,.e tho o.irts ofijustice. Hedncei..-:.r;e
.,\POLr.ON'S I;F.PI.V TO MA. S,:,,'v.,ns Di?- sheild be the means ot affording piptecli, t.,\by
sPA'TCe. Mr. Bi ehw rerplie- to Mr. Sew.ard's tht .military power. The guilt, of 'thedefendant
,Ca fpiat..i in r,:.lation t,) Mexi,.an affairs:" ;'ad. nothing to do with the preeint. de,.;ion,
In II IS',, r t., a \trl.,al ,o:,:mniuniation, the which has refereiu-e to.-the lega.ljt. o[.lho rf llA -
Min-'t,:.r ,.,f ,r.p''i_-rn Atlairs. If. M ousterr. writes tat Ouinum ,,n \1:hi6h tt.ed lhe ,ase-"o.,- Ttfim-
ni, ti,-dav that lIrance has n.t Ihang-ed her res- gan. The risscnting jud;b'es aal _u'ed w;.th the
ollitirn, bnt that Upon military considerations mai,,ity of the eoutrt that t.',.,ingrTs diM not con-
-;he h,,s ,Iein d it expeti,-_tt to. substitute on: t fer in th s, aI e the .,.wr to, tiy Ilhe a, :usel by
,.,,ntprphinisive eva,.tali,:n f,..r an evauation in such a ii-,UlI, i t 11n, 01tut I Ad n~l':' rovision f,,t
el.aratte Iatts. A l',-,f ,,ir tr,-,,:.p;s w ill leave the ,.d .timirn atio ,n ,-f the ,1, fti, n :et, e the
Me,:i,-.,in the m,-,nth otf M ar> h." civil ,1_,r'ls It wiil be r.,:oll., t-..i that thecasce
A. RE M AR K .\fB EI_, M S G. E F r lM G O V II B.-,%% l:.s an' ll I,_,r-ey w ell: :,nal,, ,us to,: that vA
]' rl-N~l' P.Vf'I 3hllia.in, ar,,.1 that the -tatv,_., w riet r,:.leaisd firom
piis,,n ,_oiie-e ihit (11.01n the de.h ision o Ihe Su-
W e iv. b,.,-,v i ,:,'. l-Patto,n's special me, 1a 1 ,, pienc (',:,nrt. The ,:,.,uniel in these cases were,
in full. ',.,.,:o m .n il. ti, a optionn of the (-On- {.-,r the .,jtti,.nr-: -u, A.. l M Donald, G .neral
.-rtFuti,:,,tl n..nl ett : .t ( ,aii.!d, ahd Du lyly- D Field, ,.l ffir lheothb"
Exri .tivr. D FR. TMFN-T, ideA, Attv..:ine. G-tU eral Sp,-,dl, Mr. Stanlberry a d,.
STATE0: i ALA.BAMA, Mu i.;I.)MEiy, G'tn,-ral Btler.
De,:.etnitber 6?, lSii6. No ,t_.'.'el( p.,rmitt,_d to I:,e taken bl, y re-
A, llh',,n o't If 1 t1,1 .'t 10,7 ; 0 l?; jf H oI.-I nf r ,,j'i(s,lit.,- ,--,rttrs iD I ,-ti t, but thI ab,,,:,ot it is bi8 llo ed,1,3
lir .I' : g ive t h :.Ie-Ia l f ,:i nls o f llhe ,d e :isi.i n T h e
E vents o-,f vast iniF,ottanr-e art now trtn- ir- i ."-rt room was -r, wd d with m,:mb-,,:i s ,:,f th,-
iwz %%It' h Ile11 % it rl-kLliil'tu I, il.-, fll.re lar, incIttdin,, a number fi',,m \ari,_-,u-; ,States.,
i ono, w h :, h b e a r w it h -, u li u r t., r ,. : np o -n t h e r e .-- O f C. l
l:tiors w lhi h Alabam a n iistaii.s to the [Tnitn.- and nlIt m ler [t l vtt* s ,i <',/'t res.
*i.t th e e eN w s %e ca n t Le nt-T b.. a e [t i n -h-rt,,,-,\ tlaat the op-,inivo s deliver't
v.f o Lital a *ha t.1 i t-:1we hatr,, t .,e i t-ir. d Th.y tre to -da-y ate to be ,printed in pamphlet for publi,-
th m -, a a m an ,ld deli' .' ite c otsi, e..i tion", int :rn ati,,n.
As ihe 1-I'hRA Exi,.-utive ,: the ,State,. I ,.1- ni it ---it*--
a duty undltr the Con.titution. t. ... ill `Y. Louis, IDecemnlr ll.-Goverr,:r Flether
l,-,r st_ tire apl-,-,tehen i,,n, lest the ability o our n ,-as iss d a pltilam,ti,,n d ,larin- a l.,ottion of
affairs e ud,.nly r,,ken up. 1herei an u,- the.tate oft Missouri to be infsted with nar-
mistakable :p,'rp,,se on the -part of those who auders and robbers, who d,:-fy the,.ivil authoritV,
control the National Levislature, to Entor,:e..at have the sympathy and a id of such a number o,
all hazards, their own terms measures they propose threaten at onee to re- have.,. intimidated, or obtained the ,s s pa-
verse our proc,-prss towards The estal-,lishnirnt v tht ^ of, he l",.al auth,,riti,,. that peace.ble and
that pernmanerA t tranquility whi(h isso mtu,.h de- l v-a* ,idin citiIens a'e not eetie i tli-.h Fr-
sired. To do o ,is to immeasurably aiigment sons and property, thc- :,t-re, "-I. Tit-,mas C
the distress which now exist, : and to inaugu- Flr.te:her, Governror, dn call upon the Icl:el :,lof
rnte c,_,nhtiin, the endtif which no humane Pre- the State to 'ohItte,:.r -l' I_, companies, as enrolled
science can foresee. in the militia, to tht nunmher of twenty-four
To-day the cardinal pTinciple of restoration v..m.anies of cavalry andl t,:n (,ompanits 'of in-
seems to be favorable a,. ti,.,n upon the pr-,po, sed f.-triy, to: be ,rganiied. and proc.ted under nmy
Amendment to the C,-onstitution, whi(h I trans- order, as the 4-hief Executive vffieroftheStale,
mi ted to you inmy annual m sa ree. Upon the topreserve the peac,'e, protct:t the citizens of the
,,,,t.s of that amendment my \ews are already State in their persons and property'. and to exe-
known. They are founded on prilt:iple, and are cutele..al pr,: ess against violators of thb In-, ,
iIn, .-anL-e 1. and bring them to trial."
The ,. t... //'t the case, I am now constrained
to th i nk in ,. i fl;-r .iit. S h o u ld \ 'o u se e pi ro ,p e r to ^ *
ratity it. and our full r,-sto ration f-,low, %e mnay WOMAN-LORE.
ti,.tr t,, time. and tl.a intitni ,.e ,:f t -,Our Repre:.sen- nD TIES, OF, T,,DY's-Ai.k r -. ne o these noit-
tatives- t,- mitiaate its harshne's It ron the other to-be-envie, [ i -,. % ,iFh MaV ? .
hand, admission ,,e delayed the \\ainit,-," to our h ,I( a with that 4, G ce'ne-s, has late*y ti ,ah?
sister Stateq m ay ,Le relied np.n to 1,,e ,nt that d T wl, t thr:in s e 1l i'.hi ut, o h e w en
eoneurren,:.e on their part which al.,n ,:an _' e ,11,t i ank in En lan ,. "M uih is req .ir, ndh,-,n
the m measure prarti.cal efle ,r't. t Ial1L } n W ^ r*t". e u ir Irom
Hat,,nne done all, we may 1h ,ot" the,?m writes : "'We t.tst,
cause to ajstGod. we a 1t-,- ,-M. nt A rr ahl-ve- all. be very 1-unrtual. for fashionable la-
01 t dies change their dress at least five times a day
SINGULA C'r+''.oF ('HOTERA. during the season. 'We must have _olish:d
SINGULARv CURE OF CHOLERA. manners, he no older than thirty-five years, and
At a late session u." the French. A,.adtinv of and always be cheerful and good-temnpered,
S -ienes a paper was received from Dr. Lo-pain althroi.ih for wer-eks wo are kqpt without sleqp
in w.hic-h hegave an a( rount of a -are ofconfirn- until tour o'rloc,,k in the morning-a practice
ed ,.cholera enred by him by, sitnply in'ecting,400 which is equally injurious to ,yes nnd lun i.-s
Irois. of water, at a temperature ot 40 degrees W a Ale expected to cut, and fit, and to use the
t'entimrade 'the nrmal wa mth ot hnman b[ood s "t improved machine, an., to dress hair for the
intto the patient's veins. No sooner wasthis op-. morning, evening, and coutt costume as well as
erati,,ion t''cted than the therm,-,mete.r inps .itl [or the drive. to iron well, to read, write, and
in',,) his mouth Ise fi-i m 2 6.S ld-I ee to d> P.e- ieph r,; to sp,-.aL French and Germian, and, it
i'lees, whrie it remained stationary ; bis 6heait Tic,"] t hi%- travelled. There ie etill another
beat with more fre,.Iu, -cr,-y, aand though the pulse functionn of a ladi's-mnaid which is supposed to
wa-i still silent. yet the patient bieathut mnr e :,e a modern introdiilkondLut which is, in fact,
fteuiy Befoir the ,-i,crati..ni he could not s| cik ; Imerely a revival of' an ancient custom. 'We
immediately after be faintly ,:ailed k or drink tnuwt be ablle tt paint in pastel, not, indeed, ojir
HIe soon afier f:ll ;asle,:p; three hours later ho nature, but e.,-I her. To beautift- our mistresses
.vps ver\v uneasy, and vomited abundartly.- rr.iust re-dder, the cheeks, put antimony upon
a'chair ; -Ill the cholera A\*mnpt,-_ms had not yet b.lda-,iomw into eyes in order to enlarge thR pu-
disrippteared. 1,ut the thurnicm,-,ter pla,:ed in the pils, paint blue %",eins irpon the temples, and use
mouth mark-d close upon 30 degrees, and the Ninon paint aud V:eatil-',j4jte upon the rest of the
patient's weight had increased b%- 450 grmS.- ikin. We must ,:harn te hair to a reddish,-
It does not appear from Dr. Lcorain's rommu- rW.-\n ly mea-s of --',rrodin- material, or of
rication that the patient was besides subipeted w '. realiio, o. hic$is now utpd: in prefereqw.
tA any internal treatment cir particular diet. but f- .hat Diurposo; and we must be nosstsed o"f

ftr m.'n amendment to.- the law unit. TO
which th- -,Pam.Ui- Railway is + aft
building, viz.: "that autlotety-be: .f
to t'h~i'fompanv to /^mUiniete, a~t.uj- _W
middle of tho:line? arW e^,.. "
He sua-goptknfft ik, the. cmayw~t^
^ufhrizdja~jcoa-gTOuudat Salt Lak'.,
City, and employ the MXormon and ""
3-urentile, free of men to be obtained,4
there, that grading and bridging u. ^^
be pushe, fl hrwaid: both east. and weal=..
and tilte ,p'ore.ps oftlitj road be threbyA
~i MW1
;-reatly ex-.dited. Astthe law. now
reads the grade,-rs ai'n ot. .g ." mo46e g'h 'i *
three hundred miles in advance of 0i6a'''
track-layers, while ,Salt Lake 'CTil ""A E
[1:a1llN ight hunlied t les bey6hfa i ?h)".
er,:,slng o1, those Platte,' the point f6 '
which the road is now tcllopleted. 'And.
after tlie font tf tho ]Pocky Modntaind
is rea,-h,, there, still remain four him-
dred and fifty mihs to Salt Lake Oity,'
of slow, dili'('ult and ,.o,4tly road'to con-
struet. Thetr;is alundanc'e of at:oessible
iron :, ore in Utah. and plenty odf coal
and charcoal to Ibe obtained t-1 manta i.:?
ture railroad iron. If, therefir.o,..-O
gr-oss will grant the requisite attthority+.-a
the e:tconpany will lo,:e no time in begin-..
ning to grade the road bed at SaltLakw, .
I_'ity, get out ti-_s, build bridges, -.and
mnanutfta-ture and 1put down iron.on the
trac.k. A ew ,locomnotives for constue-
tion purlpo.,,ses can be taken over inpieces,
while the'other rolling stock car.. ,bfa
made on the spot. By this meaus ..Efiva
hundred miles of road may be,.'(sorc^-:
pleted in the middle division by.tl.
tltue, the eastern and western divisio,-,
coute Up and connect with it, thus ex.
editing the completion of the great'(Bt-
tional highway b1,' two or more year.m", ..
The Tr,'t, nae says that "if Conges.@
shall prom ptly pass thepropos-efd,-at ^.L- ..
ment this winter the company catpm.9,.
rnent:-e work on the &Iat Lake diy.iiain-o
next spring, and in le than three
vears f',tr that time the -cars will be
ruing from Chicago to Salt Lake and
fro'm there to San Francisco. TBa
the road (-an be completed by-" t'ail-
spring of 1-86!9- when the nest Presidd _.
takes his seat, instead of wait'i-Bftt'ao':
the first through train Until. J18'...W
longer," -. .;..+.-.-* ,'
\ -. ;
Holta1 s of theTLeislatuite pa. ,]d, uh Th[sid-q'
the stay law over the Governor4s veto:' A.j
,The Senate tabled, the mame day,-by j .-be"~y
vote the rnemori;al and rtsolutior.s hwick h0
been intro.ducod to appoint, commissioner" (a
visit Waghingtoina-i-nd seo,( on -hat temts Con-
vrs wold alhow a Southreru Statms.
ri v "er shot a.aird ijn"my life,., maic^...#
friend to an IIriaht4ui % %ho ]'eYP--,led, "] c narar.
shot anthlni in the shape fa. rinl~t, a t'^ tk.
rel, whieh I killed with a stone, when i 'ffllHl&A
the rivm. and was drowrlted." ,,L
C.OLVMB'A, Dee. 16- The' South' Cao.
"Honse of Reprtesntalives has pa~ssd a. ".ibjk'l-or.. *.
the encouragement of emigrati* j) ,l m 1_1
with a view not onlv to 'the 8)1, 7j jtitdre^^pB
settlem ent as residents. .- ** s, .
JOH.N lMoRnrE,-.Y AT THE CPITA_.-y-- g-.
..1. .............. ...... ,, Mt_ -" 4 -_". A E

L+" "' ~ .


.ashionable MIillinery.
I ,,ti... ,p..',;'l._ t,, lh,: lIi l~II ,, ;i -i.l.-n i l -, ,, t rn ,, I t ,'I
La. Jl. ^' al M i ,:-d: Ii' .- "t, ,- F...Itr ,'.- V ,. t
Str:'v .it,.l .*diil TiLlia, r-i,, I t .,111 ,i :',k t'lt.i ,.'iin, Yl",,rte,?,
an, Silk r-i:t.:.i i.

Queen Emma's Empress,
a r,, ot,,tb .r Qty Is. ;.1.. 1 q ,h .i.. 1.-.- ,r,1'r -. r,, h F ',-
,,'i a',,l F ,1^ !:lh,:.,', rt;, I ,! l. l i l h I ..... a,| I.!. _.il.
i ri m u t lH ,? i e- r v P _-'. ?- : 4 h i -. T, .. E \ f .
;-I ,:Vi:-r'thin- .]-,.trl l ;. I 1. i r i..1 .
Er Hats Dyed and Alkteif to all the
latest, styles.
!'-- AM l ,e ..' lf. -.,.', .. l ,.n t;-.r ,:;i-h.
,i.t kAun 6'ilt. N,:, n.---t.'.

Mrs. 0. L. Keene,
Summners, BIl'llhiFt ."

t t, *pae t.' preo, the Vyar of Out tin^, .' t- 1
hTe te remiatf. "[h ,.sent **,, a 5 ...... .
".ttf which has bfa L._0wdkY-i mighty cveita,.
,. A 'iot onl dnduilT'Bmiinutii and

])ut eurlt^ Is have aff6, t A..the whole
:" lB te M %fVO* -1 *Mch ha their impress so
jmsaeylitiu^ lng~ooming ages wMl feel. their
.pads% and tak6e-B~o and character from
.... lip 'eW haken by a great rovolu-
taighit caused her map to be rolled up,
%W&%Tthe w:order of questions, resulting from
f,. WiUl Act. of its being again doficdl
^jor ka4tbeVotateiContinent been free from
atu;'for far. away in JO Southern
vkut% &.atr Is at arms have-cnga4 contend-
|^ixg naddisn; add histoy- bearmol ;if I '
%_a.@pWqit ^to 94mirtK post~l ^ |^ i ri
g^Towoet, constancy, enflM H^ iI
andotbl-om with which the little State of
. '-'-T.auassy has contended against, the larger odds,
n xeources and numbers that thle-afied power'h
'- of #Ogtborint South Ammeican NationSlarb-
oaht sad' coneentrated against her; while
earer ho'l%,qmand factious Mexico has been
the Wsetcdie^-Wof misrule, rapine and mur-!
de.rl, i isy throne has been shaken to its
'Wia 8, and her monearch of but yesterday's
-&Oita# s even now, perhaps, a fugitive without
a crbwn,.& people or a country.
. aNor have transpiring, events "in our own
s: ewatry been void of the deepest .interest and
*mum* to the lovers of Constitutional Repub-
l"caa Government. Thitfaming sword of bat-,
tie wdhic bat last year had been sheathed,
-ad vwhse eheathing awakened a- spontaneous
". h.peAI.QY-Wrerthe limitsof the land that "grim
vkaged -war having smoothed her wrinkled
"'-. "pmee, Ugentle peace," would spread her
bigon inifluence throughout all sections, castes
and parties, brin$ing them again into -political
and sodial&&armony, that the great interests of
Liberty and Huxuanity might not be impeeded
in theirprogresi.4o a swift consummation of
their inevitable d&tinies. But what the sword
in ifkinecy has refused to do, FANATICISM and
XATa, usurping the reigns of power, still con-
Cbpire to effect' and the present year bears wit-
aewto the truth-the alarming truth-that
kte grsad principles of man's liberty, which the
greit and the good men of the last century so
admia-bly secured amid the safeguards of a
Oonstitution, the wicked men of: the present
dayaiframpling under unhallowed feet, and are
i B y to lust of powkr, and the domin-
f p ion, Bed by a moral dfpavitv
that murders what it wickedlyy assumes to
...nourish. With what-fori6e will the future his-
torian he enabled to echo the language of Mradt-
*me Boland, "Oh Liberty! in thy name what
# '- W-B are committed,". as he reviews the acts

State kept in this condition is odious to consti-
tutionally regulated liberty, and can be none
the more degraded by being converted into a
territory, What the radicals, in the wanton-
ness of their power may thus attempt to do, may
in the end, prove to be.a blessing to the whole
country,- for surety such a revolufnary step
will have the effect to arouse the mind (if t1e
North to a just appreciation of this stab to the
best interests of the whole country, and to the
hopes of freemen all over the worldp,-ad especi-
ally in the United State., and arouse"it from the
dangerous slumber into which it has fallen.
Despite tlp threat of Senator WADE, speaking
for the majority of his partri there is comfort to
be derived ,,om the reflection that t, .ho"Senatorial
tilt between himself and Senator ,.LMSEB, how-
that the radicals are becoming divided when the
hour of great responsibilities brings them to the
test, and is it proof that, like the builders of' th"
Tower of Babel, they are becoming confounded
in their councils, whi,-h state of affairs is sug
gestive of the hope that reason and patritkirn
will again resume their control in the American
Congress. Indeed Ihi- atlute Tribum thinks i
has already discovered such. a modification o
passion and extreme purpose on the part of th(
radical party, as to make it apparent that f
two-thirds vote in the Senate cannot be relied pi
to pass extreme measures over the veto- of thi
President. And, of course, his veto would B
entered against any such programme. as that in
dicated b 1,Senator WADE. The views of th
Tribune we finktigtained by the Washingto
correspondent of the Chicago Times, who Says :
I hear people to-day, talking about a con
servative feeling in the Senate; that,-if th
radical programme is carried in the House ove
the President's veto. it cannot be carried in th
Senate by a two-third vote; and particularly
that fifteen Senators ikgst are opposed to ,t
establishment of territ government over tb
Southern States." ".





II --- II I I ) .- | I" ',"- "' ;* .. .. .aL t
>LEQN THE THIRD. TELEGRAPHIC. JOKING IN L.kws.-Soom ye.e.rs ago there wa6 161
ber ote"aysyteOea bill introduced into the Georgi4 Le-itlaturw tr"'t
nber of the -Galaxy, say's the WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. lay a tan of ton dollars a year on all jktlia.i _r /
L,'-contains a racy and re.adable Tho,.pardon of C. G. Meniminger, First Sec- Some appreciative member proposed to amendit.'4 i
'.Ifperor, from the peri ..-bf -H et.v ofthe ConflderatelTr'eabury,was recom- so as to include lawyers and doctors.. Th
,mperorfromtheperot..- mnded by the following'persons, viz: Wm. H. amendment waz accepted, and, amidst much ioe-
e make ruo,,ror a few para- Isward, t.ry of State;' Henry Stanberry, ulari-y, the bill passed. Several eflbrts hav
:/ " -. .-.Att,, ijney-n-ioral; David Dudley, Field Brevet sine been made to repeal it, but- in vain, and ,;i
Lt Emperor iB not the mnosi iaitr-t e' lEx-Goveror Parker, Broomeand this day alljati:liasss, lawyers ard doctor), ara
,ia,;." "r w:.8 spast-Ihe. has Aldn,-,f Nv, York, and other prominent indi- obli d to. I'ay a yearly tax of tem dollars. W.._ -
,,,i~uowith til- l-mpress, vhoso id,1I.. cut the above from' a Mi'souri-paper. It i tru.-:
,,,, s b Th e Lpie.cntative Con,mittee to 'investigate *'^- -- *--- --. -.
fe Te as outraged in the most t he' g" "'-"

maer. His liaisowi.. with women 1 the (;ircumnstancos c6nn 'cted with the alleged k t ;'-,,:,, ared t,i ;} .. *-Iict of a laie I-
....... i,,r t0 oer it ev v Se iise, ha ve i murder of Uiiion prisonersin South Carolina, mnit-iti -i -.i .....uboc'ri., L n, hur" .
w".,. ." 0....t r &,d /.' ,,I 'anveof them"j and t!, ."s'.bsoquent release of those connvited (C vr -, ,,a- i, TV ...,, -.
) .' .; .'.* ,**J ;ye'i; 'v :.c ,:= .. '. : '* i'x ^.. ... .:- ? ; ;* i, .. <^ "'iB 'rnp os i.; 'l in r~a'tu l t., 't..h,;;> ";L ]> i cave ftir ;" '.. *, .-: on 3M Lnw ay j.,: 6.-.r;,. ft( '." ~' -,,.- : '....; '*. .'." .....-1- "
n'u-ri- ->,K y.'i,., fly's crackkers, te rpeaut.-, and .. :, "- '...-*..' : s, ,g br t r n n ; .- i. ". u.x i r' 1.,,,, 1, '^, s.. ...... =* ,i .. .. ... .- .. ;; T .^. A 'I. T U(;V.'nev (,ufvo thle Siateo^ r w e| t.----,,tt i- .......... .. ........... :. .... ......... ....... -- ... ;. ..
w~~~~~~~A itn vistit'ig brethren,* on t;ue _,itl. ..a ., ; *i, -. ,
rockets, w.i^iit' the oldcr portion-.f the commu-,.e, 3 .':;S .,.. .- \ -, *
.celebration of.one of is -\V-e,',t mi-.'..._ ,..,
nIt ey.jed home comforts in a mw...rP ui. t way ed tndlumino'is -.Xihi-i Lrl, NT.JOUN. I rl C i t Ito cott"O i ivrmh.e A11(1*haa iurisdiction over thacomitis|
thairi prhaps, here4 ,re, but fraught with. ". r *^ -s, ,iiM -e na(,tited the | ..f I,;I.'-.o aid J,^.rnn. -The 1Ji-l is l-ade re-j JACox-rl'.T X-.r"ri -i,, 'r.J.. :
.., p get t:. P rta i '* p ocesv~m- th) ,c ,. ...in 4 ....... .... ...... t./.[ ...eli........o ....iw processi....nin- a I,. (I J "'M .' .. .... ..I .... "....
none the' os subst a 1 eryment, because ", -p r .tlcn(-fMr IJWM (G Si ,1U ;' t'. St S 1 '" "'* *l bl "r 1 i"" >'.. cla -- ,,a on th 2., '^ I ,a n xt '/'-lm i Tec. 22-St%- ,---, "h;-.,,o,(
found ii-glad circles composed of "wife* children A .. ... r ,ft, oc(,,'th owhs-v1r'ulo' 13,.R "- -. ... ;. ":-,-,m....
~~ ~ ~~th ec r a f t p i.- c e o.. d r a .,! i- n a:, t. .. b h e tp a la e d o m w, j u s t its it t 'i a p p ea r f or t hle ,A, 'f V ir -1 `1 a .. :
and fr iends." !sts.,iothe?,ethl,".Iiate~urch,w her.etbhe;!n..la'l;" ^^ ^ B ^^, ... ... .*', u a waay. W\.ith cnly her wm \, I j p R u --l ? -' ,m r c -T a 'i "-.<* *,r, : ; .- :'?.... -? ... .a -.,., :..*:.. ,:. ..*-
T h e d a y w a s l o v e l a n d p a ss e d o ff w i ih 0 'r c a t J i 2 ^f I j1 r,.,, ,t,*,.,mtn d t,; th *! J e i ",>v h a s -' _.8- .",
he t-ti gc AM of ,tho Blue fthe Iio:n,,yw anhe ti ef -,,0-11 ")-C o"f'"''
good order; all portions G, .' ] `2 erzmn um,. s Ttan somelv nonducl.e in e t l1r--, !-'E ,. ,t1,.t;, ;t. ... .... '.
preserving their dignity comri 01 ed ar.th the ".le c a'd ,, .," '"i :.... ... :'" ;.e,,: ;r,..,: ,.;fi:-t a ,a^ ^t a-,, .,^ -. v' ,. .. .. .....atire, S
case of pleasant sociulintorcoourse.1 he o at, Itoi onst A ,'
-- DV ]~~ ~~~~~~~~as Joptl t, ran l(I _,i.',t Ia 1 Ol, 1 o .ik, .it..' 101 (J"; I U 4 ("{')L! l S )a r])'"';-@ g r ' '::f" d]" fr(a b )
churches observed their usual ceremontsl ,bli- ,he suporv asng Arch tect of tttf1 Treasu r1 ] -t e a t.,) f. .:.rj-to
e day; and we reco C. 1-. '? Lcv -, '*h,.,t w, -h e, cousin, Prince IDepartment I o",,:.;, to-dav for ( -
'ai n o t ed y nd w c o d w t u .T h e <'oc ..c-, :, .i: es w ere hi~htened in i h, -r! t efo a |^ ^. "' .;-,,, ar.-s' -*".>* ., -;.e.>i very v ,: a-' i t_' c ... ,t *** ... ^', :, :*' ... *' *' l-" 2,! : <,-. m.:.. r K ate, .!..:.kn-,u,d, C'har'eston;'ID.!.
gratificq4ion t m, general ood.depor tm ent of the ,:'t ad ,,fa num berof l,. ,lds Ciark.-. ..T. ,-,'' ;. ,- ... v ,]^, ^^. -*- "* C ., -
coloredl,,Ti,.ln From thor appca'ance of arance :, andvo.',muIic ," "' "--.-i ,.. i i^1 tTh dc L .. ,-*' *, Ni
i i 'n d'ol nu i7ci. -f u r ric~r z u Cn. 2 -S a t o
m any of these in rags and dirt, we m uch fear "n^ ., -, r'."^ 0,- ii '* ." i' "^ ^ f ,-. '0 utJt;. / ,, @'"" ^i -.!;;, ..... .. k, "I .. .-;. ; .; ;-:=''.: 5, '. :"- .... ".'-:h t'K. e er,,,. .. .. *,* .t .. r-. ,. ...i t---...... :I: L:-:,:.Co otr ( al 'oR~ c.-
t h a t t h e y i s s h e b e n i fi c e n t h a n d o f o l d -, ,: -! ,r o T M's r -u-i c -,I .(.- .: = ../ f ,, : ., ". . .. ; .. !-,, .. "., .
i. *sl,-r' anM -1 n,7trK-(- ,- i;,;.-h of yore -o ^ ^ ^ ..,., ^ ^ --t.er d, .EA- h a ncs .h p^ .;Au Reing,. ,pla^te h ;y^ :^ '": -*;**""1' "L-1 i"l't av s ~.
\ to r,,Rt U~ipT J^Umd i ,-c ,-.1,istm as totheni ,^.. ;.. ;- p- ,, I [( .. *" *i i t 1^ 1-' l..i.l. the 1'z'iiuv;- [' A 'U~t d lt } 1 .' I [ '; ..1<.." 'he cx- I ^'l,)e-.2e-ina;y, ncas. ,e .th;pe'p, ",,n eri."SthAuguste-- C. h. o f
[.'.-rr,.t f,,n-t.:rst ,f Care fo r pl:on lr Tthne fut: ..... :..(it V,^ ,>,,L and very often let him see this. a ,tin- as C onsuls fc. r th e obo ve fi rsi t nur i en 1- .,-t a: ,- an:-w .- *' .:" W t,,
It ws ..in .' th pres en ta his pernrtlance ik ehe duty- i- -. y TEMPER. The servants in the place tell tioned absolved Glovornments. The President i* ;.... ... f,...., 11, [-'k iiaLow-e, .)-'
Tt was plain tat tTe present was not hke- b announced was a 61-1.7Ili ,,s ,n ,unsovererd.;*hng stories regarding the queer do- has issued hi8s proclamations acidinglY. n n .
th ose o f old, btl still at i} w t 1 a-n d w as t a- roo m prep a. ed w ith ta~l.- ,-. ,- the E m i_. w hen the m oros efi tJ s upon -A8H N GT.. .D ec. 2 4 ^t s- t:,-aa ,_'.., r,%- "au,-ew .. l-- .
a, s "Such. "trust th t, its n:m-. "- i.^ sa tt ,n his Te arrano,:,n of tl by Lf or nr n -- ---v'a .. .. ..r
w il l fi n d th o c o u n try in a b e tter c o n d itio n a n d a s b g o f b ea u t y a n T, ._ ,,, siy t a trabi etsoen g rayinsh e o fdn t r ia s tby e i t a ry o ih j \ r n V F .ITs .
... ..h"an o" be... .. 4' -' n"the spoamly ofrtherait s, ;acs. he-b u rt, tptl'm, thedarkth
the, people of all classes and complpexion freer' rarely equaled and ~never surpassed, testood the, piles away' his letter and papers. So long as he Cabinet on Friday last. The .ubj,:-( v. h .In re- NEW \ ADVERTLni L^EXI lV ^.
friendshi of* woa for "T f -S^ S th rer hl t dedii hs"wy em -aifed l
ib "te crowning charm iann attraction to, ;e esti h ipslo h om;bt uig'h
RADICAL FINALITY POLICY r at e d h h lakes down thee pictures, moves the ex-G,,v i,..r Letcher. The Prt'.idint and Cab- IE .9 S.
-_ 0 ,W... .... 4 val. A sumptuous repast, such as NIastoes know fmgruitue and the books, all the while 'grumb- inet, in view of the recent decision of the Suprem Y residpnce.--irr.,:r ofRogan and Monroe .. ... "
h asg n tonow to prrepareoand enf o when they. re ca Cr. and growing at lmself. On-those ocea- Court, determined that no more trials o f il- i.% if the hty (.l'Ja, k n tlle, Fla. ,
mond Examiner, in a letter dated 16th. nsiant, .. p-1-ha nba n ~mnt sionsthe mit -/>oeofthe-pa aceisindespai ians shall be pemitted'before military tribul "" C.P. COOPER. """
their work, com pleted the adm -rable'arr np iei ahd n o s r al a s d ht ace ,is thespines i a r a dvs uoinaea rd rt t e lta y $C.1 P. CS H 0 04
indicates the following as the matured fixed The dinners are always ".detestable," the wines on any pretence whatever, and the Secretary of I---' Ira.. ., -. i.
of the tereineting occasion. We regret tt time h. -a Cesar'.is-a fret- War as advised to issue an order to the military
policy of te majority of the United States Son- of "o" --i ... '. ,Cwsa.i i- ....t
aty t ow a dns space fOrd an amplr account oSouht oay. ful and whiInsical in his blues as the most petted commanders accordingly, with- inuctions to
ate towards the Southern Stak~s. Coinn from"' ", _"_ ^and spoiled girl. By contrast, at other times he them also, that when they make arrests of civil- D. u
a source which is said to be .ell advised, it is nt-, makes no cow -t.1 ul lyMannoun.-
... ... i T~~~~nr'RrBFs CIIER A FE'" _k SoLE.- eats and drinks anythin,- pksnocmlaint, i#nSth pomterpn any ground whatever,th theye smhahe llalist reportr r R. Ht.es A. acsnvll a WadswWosorrtrh, e"\-c rUy rehtUu-e~th wll pe
worthy of notice. He says: Ata recent tournament in TuscmiaAbama,t and givesless troub thanthe mostinsignificantttr
"A very important development of the fixed the praize was won by an ex-officer of theiFeder-, 'members* of his household. and await isuctions theeeo i- o nenaS I S Oat iwhe rbtr-
policy ofth p Radi,;al r talers, in rega r to th e ten ,l a my. he e I ,p e et- ,J H is H oiy. N aupoleon has on f de in fther. Theeo S hroone fixf irew l ss he au ,:,e ietc ,-rv---1,d, in the im provementa 4 n usic, arg ni
poiyoie ai lrles nrgrd to te ten al army The Huntsville Ind(pendent titus de-
Southern St.. was yesterday made n the -sribes the. manner in which his victory e.i-r- which h.is'alnost become a maxim :.-that is the order at ondescontormable to the deeiun ,lothe t nat, ,cI. T.-tn, l l,)JfCrt.ent y ]esson.
Soth rn S i w ih isyetryg -13 R IrEN, .-1r.. D. MitthilI, J. C. Greely ".-.
Senate. r ceivd: The th;, k(-t id, must melt. "{Ch, ,. discovery., ofs,, terrible oengme of' warfare, Cabinet. 2u 2 Jal-:',uvvi I- D..c. 2-lt-I.,d.
-Seate Snatr Wde ofOhi, n arepy o a'te' hee bustforth for th 7tng,y ictor. soimeextraordinarymnisk-etor cannon. Heistho- -'WAS- ENGONroDec. 24, P. M. "-. ."..:
Mr. Sumner, who assumed that MVr. Wade con- after .chee burst the knig 0 ::
curred with him in the .purpose of refusing The Judges, the President, General Fos r and" ,r,:-t,, ll' ,,..l practially one of the nmostsi1 The -,nt haq orde,,.d wa,-, nts ofpardon- -
admission to any State hereafter whose constitAu- K -said hurrah for him and took hinby the",t.atLh-N-u-n',f the-day; and heobendshs en- to be issu,- t,_. l x-t.,,vertiorTlh,:.s. Pletcher, of -- .lr
tion discriminated between white and black hands. The silver spurs were his-t r ewas orgies toward the perfection of that'branch O-fArkmansas, "" ofthe Attor- StWiA I
citizens, stated if the Southern States now ex lu- not a dissenting voice. And just h.-i'wre have h military science uneeasngly It wl be orno ney General and to N. R Sledge, ofMis ippi,. .3 '
ded would after a -reasonable time and .that the pleasure of recording an impromptu. act by in milndthat he was the first to use rifled can- on the recommendation of the Attorney General ^-LEN FIO. THE SUBSRIBER LIVING
time has nearly expired -rafifythe constitutional the off-hand'knight, which does cre,1t to the nS ,r_..l,:,,'; on the night oC t. :
~ ~~~~~~~~ -1 &- *, ,* m ,.^r,,oiT' ^ o ~ ^ in,. t. iirr-,-the brilliant series of victories which AT-s!-r-r lp 24. I i r .ii.,j ~\iar <.. -i! iJ ihvr tapn
amendment, he would certainly admit them to ht,.art. Through General Forrest he an ounces m ,. ., brilliant series of t he most W ASHINGTON, Dec. 24, P. M. A9.Na. ," rslol,1withor e- ry alp t .
I all their political rights. He would Stand by to the crowd that- the spurs were oflfbed as a marked the ignf 1859 as rnure fhms h.,.., h-s ...r,"'-
ithe agreement, which wasgimplied in the offer, pi.resent-to the association for the cause of sepul- successful the wrench may boast of At the hen e J ephaS been in consultation with illedromaich-, ,i ._wtyivDol.lai.
and would restore any State that "ac.- pted and -ture to the Confederate dead. Well doIe, son Tuileries, at Fontainebleau, at Compiegne and memberefheLhatureend especially with Ir;lla ,. ad IrenDlla- forDthebe a
.complied with the terms of the amendmenth.a- of the North." You fought for your side mn the at St. Cloud, te ar ooms m ayb theldin-"fmenoftthat body. The object of ,Oc, N L. CAMEFo.
* Subsequently, Mr. Wade was asked what he war, we'for ours. You area peace mmn now, termed arsenals, so filled are thehy with the arms csuaN w. AMRN
considered as 'a reasonable time.' .no one can say you ha. not acted h- gn- *hi -of the Constitutional
,in reply, said : After the State Legislatures have tleman throughout,, 'nd attimes when o^' a- from thosee whoare ware ofnmet his passoonat de'teLgslt.-m T F1T F T R
metand have had time to act on-the amendment' tioncle was sorely tried." "reo- ,; ^ ^ E tad f rprda net dp h mnmnis NOTICE^ 1 i U- l, >1^
:. " 'ars. Hle ia somewhat, of an alchemist, and, "prepard-- nc't aop te mendment, if. ....
But if they reject the amendment said he rats- If w could add anything in 'he way ofeffect- .at .... t endeavors to fabricate' xpo they-canav the assurance from Congress that ta -- -
n g his voice, and pronouncing his malediction ie ,:oor en,]dtai, and praise of the noble action sive substances of unheardof power, but the con- thiss hall be the alternative, and that the loyal -^^E D I lO R S.
i, tin ne most emphatic manner, its terms shall behes s Federal Army .", we eStant requirements of office, the routine bf Ipe- Senators and Representatives-om that lats e "-
en forced upon them w ith the whole power of. g T (l- er e 1e Army, t ^ 1,- him a De rf c e ,f m th ee w ill be adm itted without de'ay. /A tr Ilae o the <-onrnd<:t ut al..Ih ed .,aareor r-ueTame
" rll.llUttK lttt-fa o r....., from._ these ,,. ter, l'e o th -' ." :' a~de'd, ar
the'country. Every Radical Senator manif-.tlv would gladly dol., tow freely can everyltrue i a, Ihe members'beheve that the Southern Led;s- ed t:piv theL-m.: wthhni eelas ;-and alpersonsliv
' " N .cherished pursuits. Tem", lv ha h~oten ei- ,I limsaus sit,%? m t-aerqetdl rsn h
concurred in th e dec larationon. lud -it .hb n .,.u h 'n h heart tak e tl t -,, tl. b vthe h d .. ... mi h cite an little i, c. latures th at h ave taken action n and r o lvd th -' B-". ... ... ; ,
Sbeen the s ubjec t hof caucus s.onl, et, J -(no11d bed' yap y e an otl,,,' e t 'le t -M. H op- sm.u r I ihtte ma y h s tl e ine anendme t, w.t. r ', "". S,--opr "

In,- ourtnhoifM.1r. ,Co;gross, next, spnry, is .' .^ i hos .,O.^ e o h, oue wui : "' s."-a- ... :-'..- *. :: *>..:^- .:. ....L -. -- \ .
to t a k enme a s ute s to en lo r c e th e fm s ,ef ,o n te| .| ; ,",-, ^ '-. .;-.,. .... ... ..D.i
Sonsgtn utiona amendment on the reco sant fr. ,SIe IrII bIe pNa-,e i-.- b" ar t I .. ^ \ 1. 1 ^ ?5 }1 l-- .
:- - . a'L" __ _ _a~a___ a._ __. k .k l- I I l l- 'kt,, * *L L al ['n [ '] %[ t] ]]] [f"111 1 ,V u ti1t ,, ri*i- O-lJ lt, i-<{.'- .,, L"tnf,. It. it t hE- .. ...-tt nW ASV 0 W - f

-4 ti:. 39th American 0oUngress, and chronicles, !imea"ref. -ite ten outrern Stat.es
iho i'stl .. .. the political campaign weh hasi' h a. ,- ,L '. amendment,and their
..... 1 Logia;S7'C"p3 ve aaoijo ed- Cotngress; will

>-- I'- t ..- .. :?.'-: -.'v',-:-. ,i Lin;. ,MO I year, wv ct, t tuitfscf th- czresfinted Stalwsare aloneneeessary
afme "a ,d yotxo-. z: their c ntem po-' t,, tlo.,.- ,)tif ..,G ,-, .f th', ,e*i m ent, and pro-
.r. -, bec a e -..the pom p an.d cire"n..,ur.. .. of *:: a L. i" t- o nl exclu ,ded ,ou-th" -
o Iause me pompa r,,...' n ] -Ai aiwbthey- tir" military and naval- foe
warthave been wanting-< adame, of thb, country. If th- President ohi.:. ts, he wi-l
Their rnghty influence will go down to after be set aside. susperle-d. removed, awnl -'-.ngress
a",ad tiU continue to ring their doleful will'run the government." :-'* ;
notea- shr-many peoples have arisen and strove As it iredugd to a certainty that"ihe South-
is vin t6 seure free and happy self govern- ern States decline t0, ratify the proposed 14th
mo,.' But the poet tells us that "whatever is, Article to the Federal Constitution, the alterna-
i" aad that "what is writ, is writ." -The his- tire of reducing the Southern States to Territ'o-
tvzyofhe year is about made up, and its influ- ries, and: e'a8,l-lkling territorial governments
q.for weal or woe cannot, be recalled. -Hap- 'therein will probably betried. This bugaboo can
py 'wU Ih the man, and nation, who shall pro- ex.,jte no alarm in the minds of judicious thinqk-
Slt P;1%eachings, anu take wisdom from its iin? men of the South, outside of the additional
wari n evidence which it gives of the impotence of a
Eme we visit you again, kind reader; 1866 written Constitution to protect the sacred prin-
vM;il ye been numbered with the past, and ciples of liberty that it' was ordained to do,'
with i@ parting shadowswe woulId cmmingle wh,-n it had been already so frequently violated'
the voioe of Ho-PR and COURAGE,, and bid you by a wreckless majority, whom the misfortunes,
sot dd-pond over the ills of life, or, a: nations's Pf re-volution have placd in power, until th6e
blaed hopes; but fixing your minds lupon: ,f- once sacred ianlat.:s of tha lonrg venerated but
tier cncerns than.the vanishing things'of:earth,_ now disregadred charter of American liberties', as
goecurelyomn your way down the hill of life ot be of no more virtue to restrain the ambitious
with the proud self-support which Byron's, soul and nesig'nin,;. The Constitution is no. l,',.,tec-
Mtiwhen he gave to song the spirit that trium- tirn to the Southern States, when their citizens
pbO& over fate as he sung, can be taxed without representation; and a

ers were p'rent at t>he te.. T | 13
[d ?,a c ;.,;-i.oi ho .M l '';:^; .!.. 11. .' .. 1 ^' i f the 10tih instaollv *r
d the auction.ser tkr,_--h.; bid, he 1 [ n **- n i a )cO(
b.:t..d.,wn o nis~f and..o- h-i,.i .r' *, :^ ^:,. e, hey, .
m,- n t i of d b ,'.IL'. -" .' .. .." t b ,otat they are pl;ao, .
En pu|P.-i,-r tr thirty-seven dollars, .r. A .ww.T.
an brought thirty-five dollars, and g.-Th. T,-alo-e rwar,-1 wIm be paw! to any on&e p.
bought, respectively, twenty-two dol- A- i...ti. le s-qiPlor e."lt Book to lhe ,tlA.erber vith-lti
rty dollars ch Tere was notes and oraerk : ,. MILES Pt.RH]SWA
Wda e There was an Dec. 22, '66.-2t.-p-d.
Fret, dm.r,'a:.Jureau prcsent at the nvr
\waS tholghttlhe l,i,.IInyg"wouldhave FREE TO EVERYBODY ,-
spirited but for the fact that an im-a LARGE' p''. p.'aal,:pue. l e. bin- tow to remoore
eined.to prevail that the officer in A Tan, Fr.-ckle., Pim.|,s, BI,-,t..lie Aotlh Patchbes,
as about to interfere with the right of Sallowness, .ErUption aud all lmpurltiL'6 ,t the @kin.-
and release the negroes from their Htow to forest thi-ko-|, 4 re, loreecuI and beautify the.i .
hiar; renew thezw a.e ,_uijerublier es, N, rv,,us Debil.i
ity, and other u~eru andt %ahi0lde iutorma~ion, Every'-
.. ~ ~ ~ 4.... 1,.,rAIPU XTI ;l'2 g @~

The President on -pl V transmit .tC1- t(o! 0 V LIT r 'r, rki i them, tor' therest of the -
w ,, U l ,_k *- .. A I ~ t.llL t ,, ,- t ,-.-. "...** he" laK- c"re or. ^ i .,ia y." -
Congress the following" replV to a jeiomt rp'so ii.i. -,'"., .. *-. ,
of' sympathy and regret -'nalar.ion "-o theWii -'; .. Lf.. i i1 l,- *...^i- n^ kjr. u i-wid trune awaits ti nv arnt<
,. n1 . " .i- l IT I n. I '--:aV;. S n seen h (- which_, fory ears, had first ,; old
att t.- lited assassination of his _,Ia --F : '.v f d,.- -- .i a himse. a
,r ". ; .3(V: l -. : r ; ;>ir-.,{rv ia.it-huil, et nfIA.n thelr days himself, andj
Hiis"Mnjtt th~e F .71'-e of Russia to t e "^^ ^_ lI & xii a i a
Oft t;i, I"I1)bi-,, I Stat s of Am1,erica y i ,11 t are given -away came is o
PSTE'RHOF, August 17, 1866. or n-,h t...r a tr.t] '. 'lhy must no 1,:,neIr cum- Another ma
"I-have received from the hands-of Mr. Fox, her the Imperial stables. This fact"speaks vil- two girls br
the .resolution of the Congress of the United umes in proof of utter selfishness and want of lars and thi
states ,,f America, on the occasion of the Provi- 6f htim, nt. on the part of the Empemrr. -A gen- officer of th,
dlnitial grace of which I have been the object,--+: tleman grants a home to a dog or hose' which sale, and it
f'his mark of sympathy has moved me sensibly. has been faithful and true. He sees to it that, been more s
It is not alone personal." It appears uriet more after their toil and service,'they may "end their pre6sion see
the sentiments that bind the American nuaion to, days in comfort. As far as Napoleon is Con- question wa
that'of Russia. The two peoples have ho iju4u corned, the dogs are shot and the horses sold. purchasers
ries to remember, but only good relations under ..- custody.
all circumstances. Proofs of'mutual ben-evoenc
are added. These cordial relations are as conduit^ ADVICE TO MARRIAGEABLE GIRLS. To-day a
cive to their interests, as to the good- of .civiliza- P c P B c follow* Stae 0o
;tion and humanity, and answer the designs of ch' goce .ool contains the foldwn es Corn
from the pen of a single woman- of the world -."ShrfoA
Divine Providence, whose will s ]eace and con- I a i w h o door-mat before Sherff A
c6rd among all nations. -It gives me a iv I coming into the room, you may. be sure he. will sellingfour
pleasure to see these ties constantly renth.mn make a good domestic husband. If a man, in cult Court.
tore and more. I have imparted my senate nt#tsnuffing the candles, snuflgthem out, you may be They we
toCMr.sFox. I pray youhtoAbermyip nterprotert .sure he will make a stupid husband. If a man were sold u
`Congress and the American people whom it rvp- ^hnkrhe o i ne hl takng su8chl n
resens elttlem hw muh ppreI tean puts" his handkerchief on his knees while taking,toshne
the whole ofRussia, theoestinmoh1es ofafriatshii his tea, you may be sure he will be. a prudent whie metn
they have given Re,'and heow happy I will h husband. In the same way, always mistrustthe whitoteen
-to see the Americandn-ion grow inp,tryngth aIid man who will not take the last piece of toast, or nted tothu
prosperity, b' the union andconstant 1. ractice Sally Lunn, but. prefers waiting for the next nte under
wareyatch. It is not unlikely he will make
of the civil virtues that distinguish it. Accept, w d i husband, with whom you will en- COMPE
at the same time, the assurance of the high oyno 'brown' at dinner, -no crust at tea, no
consideration with which I am your-good friend, J we
.. .: ,-: ALEXAN h%, peace whatever, at home. The man, my dears, t.pe
.' A.E..N.E. ... .whobears,.goloshes, and is careful about wrap- Ith e ar7t
:. <.* ping. himself up well before venturing into ,the the 1-7th by
It is of more or less importance to the world night air, not unfrequently makes a good invalid missiorners
-to know that Japan has a new Tycoon. The husband, that mostly stops at home, and is easily loyai ".Ra\'
old one succumbed to an attack of what-is called comforted with ;Ion,. I he man who watches have consi,
dropsy, though it may; have oeen a case of forced the kettle, and prevents it boiling over, will not The statist
or voluntary hari-kart, inasmuch as the monarch fail, .my dears, in his married state, in exercising Number of
was'both unpleasant and unsatisfactory to his the same care in .always keeping the pot boiling. CommISE
nobles and subjects and could'not have entertailP- The man who, dosoen t take tea,.ill-treats the cat, Number e
Sedmuch of' an opinion of himself. He was takes snuff; and stands .with his back to the fire, were ma
young, lazy, indifferent and profligate, and judg- is a brute whom I. would not. advise, you, my, Number of
ing by all accounts, had as little respect forkhiss': dears, to marry upon any consideration, -either Number of
- position as for his '.'constituents." The new maa,rtfor love or, money; hut most decidedly not- for enacted
-Stotsbashf, has now a full swing of power The. love. But the man who, when the tea is -over, of Comm
. daimois fear him and, it was rumored, attemnlt-'-is discovered to have had none, is sure to make
ed to murder him-it is a pleasant'nation!, c p-, the best husband. Patience like his deserves Total,
tom, the extinction of dignitaries,- as in R LIssia- -being rewarded with the best wives and the best Number"6
but finally concluded to render, allegiancwe and of mother-inr-law: ,M-y dears, when you meet ComnisE
* wear their three swords peacefully ; more pax- with such a man, do your utmost to marry him. Number
ticularly as the Gorogio-not 4,horrid mnvi-.ber.' In-the severest winter he would not mind going Number o
as might be inferred, but a people- backed- himto:bed first." umber of
s up persistently,a's did also the, m. st powerful -_ ., .: ,- y
6 "contingents,.'.of Iwami, Bize-r-not"pizen" --,, THE TONTO BASIN. A
e and Inshih, nobles of high degree, great wealth Aggregate
and uncommon amiability towards outside -bar- Lieutenant Dubois: commandant of 'Fort-3/c- land an
" barians. Accordingly taking it for. granted the Dowell, Arizona, has discovered the great Tonto
t. new Tycoon.-is'A.ljve "ebon," we tenderStotsba- Basin,,0of which so- much has been said, and.' FT
- shi thbe'es'pectful'compliments of the season-- aboutwhich some had grown incredulous. He P"HILAD
Boston Post. reports that he left his post 'on a scout >to the 'Von. .ugi
_-_hr : .. ..... northeast and penetrated the mo6untains to'a.dis-. ,
n GAIlSONS INI NMisslplI.- arrisons are tance of 'about 6ighty-five miles; that after- l,. t,. p
it GAUOSI ISSSPI-apassing the Mayaetra, and Tonto 1 ranges he- ollChur
A building at Grenada,.Mississippi, for, a .,perma- found the face of the country entirely changed The're,
)f nent garrison for the United States troops. It that in place ofthesandy waste with itsmosquite, er :'Ange
e is -said that Jackson, Vicksburg and Natchez grease-wood, sage-bush'and cactus, he foundthe same vau
areasot beceaseeraendoss Tu ge
Sare also to be made' permanent posts, The valley's sprinkled with groves of- oak, ash- and ceased.
major-general commanding says it.8a simply to wte, very
I assist the ci vil authorities in maintaning law.,' l~wlu, n h onaiscvrdwt
L a t i t nuge forests of pine and cedar, and that he noticed :.d.SENSIB
b certain indications of the precious metals. Slate -It is re
le The idea is broached ,in, Canada of sr-nding was discovered in immense quantities. a recent d
l' convictsM o.catch whales, and some philanthop- guests pr
ie ist favors it as openin-'a chance, for civililing L C1.Lee
andNOT QUITE READY.-In Bridgeport Connecti- glass and
an e n te m -cut, a few days since, a young lady called into will not
: Frank E. Little, Maior in the 10th-Unifed the store of a voi-n, gentleman, for the purpose have but
[.- States (colored, regiment, recently abseomned ofbeig serted up-thestreetbyhim. 0fcourse whole co0
10 with a sum of mnev deposited in his bands.],N, th,:- \oi-,mn man was all excited and confused, es- I can rec(
.the menuander his command. I peeially as he was at that momJnent just going to will drin
= th me r is comad. -the revenue office to procure a store" license-- "What.
y : .... 1 He picked up his hat, and hastily started for the who b'ra
he p'vK ""I'm afraid you'll come to want,/' said nln door, remarking to the lady as follows: "Just cannot'I
he old lady to a young gentleman. I have come wait a few moments until I go to' the revenue Confeden
,to want already,,,' was the reply; Iwant your office for a license, I will not be gone long."- man, wl
dangh1'tr. ". : : f r The lady called him back, and astonished him .question

body send tor it. A d .,'4 i?' .u i sr-'i ,k o r ,vu .,
Chemists. 285 h iver b'l reel, Troy : -.'y X
Dec-22,-=1m .',,. :
ConmaLisuon Merch ant
,' I AND_ .. .

CtARLE.S'ON, S:. -; =,'
Charters made for any ports at short notice 'a* GO
most favorable terms. Advances on ,: agnm(-nls t-WRt-"
-friends in Europe, Wet lIncies and orth~rn chies.
Dec. 22,-1lm.

E warrant was issued by the United
missioner on, the oath of Captain
, of Freedmen's Bureau, against the
knne Arundel County, Maryland, for
r negroes under an order of the Cir-
ere convicted of various offences and
under that past of the code applicable
gro characters instead of sending
M Penitentiary, as in the case' with
This suit will; be tried and appeal-
Jnited States Supreme Court as dcsig-
udge Magrander in order to make ,a,,
the civil rights bill'.
rs from a report sent to Congress on
y Secretary -Stanton, that the Com-
appointed to consider the claims of
holderss in Maryland and Delaware
dered nearly four thousand claims.-
tics are as follows:
f claims filed in the Mary\land
iolri .... :.2 **... .. .... ... .''..".. ". 1,76.7
f claims upon which' awards
ade;. .... ..... ............. 786
f claims"-rejected........ .... ....
f claims returned to claimants
upon hy reason of dissolution
mission........ ........ .... 2,802

,nd Schoolier Abbie



* ^'hW the Ocean roar around me,
Tet still it shall bear me on;
Though a *deort should surround me,
It hath spiings that may be won.

1 c a s e C i t r o n : -
5 boxes Maccaroni "-
5 boxes Vermicelle :"
6 boxes Chocolate
30 boxes Pickles.
5 kegs, r
10 boxes Tomatto-Catsup
10 boxes Lemon.Syrup '- **.
Dates and Figs M..8. ... ''/_
8'kegs Powper ,. ,. ;.; ...
120 kegs and tubs Butter. .
20 casks Ale and Porter.
40 cases do adp'-; "
5 cases Cider "- ---... .-
5 cases Sardines -'
50 boxes new Raisins $ ,./ .....
10 bbls Whisky .-...
100 boxes Caridl6W. '--
15 boxes Colg. Pale Soap. ,
1 hhd. Brown Sugari
30 bbls Reined Sugar ,
10 bblsaSyrup
12 dozen Brooms .
12 dozen Pails ; .
10 cases Yeast Powders"' l
1 bbl Currants .-. ...
70 kegs Lard : "
'60 boxes Chease .....
20 kits Mackerel
30 bbls Soda Cracbem r
3W bbls Butter do
20 bbls Sugar do
10 bbls Lemon- do',
50 cans K Oil --
10 buls Meal
- 5 bbis Markct*Bef *
50 bbls Onions- ,
10 Mats Cassia ...
10 boxes U Blue
15 boxes Navy Tobacco !:. :
25 boxes Candy .-. ,
*0O gross Matches .
25 bbls Balden Apples ....
200 'sacksliver'pool Salt, .-, :
50 bbls Mess Pork .
10 bbls Hominy .:
10 bbls Bfet.- .
;.10 bblsTuritips "
6 bags Java Coffee P.n/.
10 bags Rio do ..
;.5 hhd Shoulders ..,
rch h.zi v Oi -- .

But Ihough the old year close in gloom, and
:: its early hopes lie -cattered along its pathway,
among.the dead of the year, yet much is left to,
L suxpport he mind above repining, and with this
capit of mind and body and energy, we trust
thalyod, gentle reader, will enter upon the
NBWYRAR, with renewed purposes, and trust
that arnees will reward your efforts, and a hap-
iw. f pra..pen up to you aln. So,t6oneo afd
sln'&tIh readers, and patrons, and friends of the
: VA *Ae p.en. in advance the wish of a "Happy

festival given by the ladies of Jackson-
Vnu -the evening of the 20th, for the benefit
-_ .Presbyteriau Church was well patronized
'by "by 4 *ns, and was of course a decided sue-
d; ~tke nett receipts being something over four
hluUd dollars. This speaks well for the liber-
*.j.ityof qur citizens, and the amount will go far
Wwurw cleansing and repairing the church
ich in consequence of having been
-tM.-from it8 original purpose during and
flt..,.x^ war, had become somewhat dilapidated.

The steaemer "Kate," Capt Lockwood, wil
_-' "" ":lafniat thl harf of Mr. John dlaik.
: S i tm uret aM the agent o&WW i*UW
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lELipiA, December 14.-The funeral of
hst ne G. Yturbide I., Emperor of Mex-
place to-day- at St. John's Roman C ath-
rch. !*: **\ *
mains were brought here, by his broth-
o Yturbide, and were interred in the
It with the mother and brother of -the
The ceremony was privately condue-
few persons being present.
elated of a son of Robert E. Lee, that at
dinner party in Richmond one of the
proposed as a toast, The Fallen. Flag."
promptly placed his hand upon the
d arose. "Gentlemen,' said he, "this
do. 'We are paroled prisoners, We,
one~flag, and that -is the flagg of,_our
unfry-the glorious old stars and st ripes..
idgrijze no other, fight for no other, and
ik to no other"?
a pity all of our people, specially those
vely remained at home during the war,,
learn a lesson from this, gakllait--ex-,
,rate.officer, an educated Southern gentle-
hose. integrity and courage-, none dare
i. We commend his wisdom and honpr


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Fe'.ale.ialacksonvil1e, w rgOe '-mid ,-' ;: ..... J. S. SAMM IS&'<;,.CO L,, ,asoft
+ <.'. L. ROBIN iS,., ,(i. I on SRO
- '*L R S. S. TROUT ITT )N, O'-'
64. L. NIBLACK & CO.:-* 'i T _
and all m.rehanti who qell fir.t claps skirts in FMori"a
and throughout the s,,:.&tA.
The nDiw Emprrc-s Tiail iq all the rage in- Loadea,
Paris, and throughout Europe. Feb 10-y

Smallwood,y +d i-si"+ d.
COTTO iS iA^O-.qi nn .nm ,

ALL per~nsnindebted to the Estate of Alexiande-r
Holmes, dc-ceased, late of!Duvaiounty, nI'- t.1kl.y
requested to make .immediate payment, to J.ob'ih Pi ,!::, a. h
all those having claims against said estate will pier-srta
them duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by
law, orthis ,otIce will be plead in bar ofth'-r r,-ovcrv.
Jacksonville, Nov. 24, 1866.-8t-p. Admx.

uie .outlen cn 01 l~l'jibb. i-rmiu, tiekmyli; -0 iA l.; Ltate
ofJohn Houston.
This plantation is ;dmiiral*V situated fur hIi(afll. and
well adapted to the cultureof'Sta I +id Cotuo;, !ro--
du;ing as fine staple ts any place on the coaslt.
There are on the tract, two hundred a(.r(-;i of cleared
Laln. 1:rl, I.iN -. chwitha little repair can be
nu., t,.. i,,n-,. ,Ill th,. ptrpoePsofeominoert and conve-
nience. -- _LFLLM-'JaiNG & DAIIEL.
, Jacksonville, Dee. 15-4t. '"

T' ITE ni,,iil i L..o. l, in! been appointed -_ r"N.7i.- T..V
Johhi ,. ..i-. ,r,,, & V o., will proceed to ...A.,l t l.-ir
stock of Goodz, and collect in their notes and accounts.
All l-cr.-navi, ,-1:.has or demands against said firm,
a11 L r"...] iit,:,l t, i. ri i,. rt the same on or before the first
day.f March.next, or theywill loose their'first install-,
in.. liit ,.' ;Ill i.-- i-. ,nd id. 1.,,l to said firm, are eques-
t,.d tr, c.,M.-, t,..r, j,.1 .1iil on c- .- The debts due must 'be
collected and the goods sold to close up the assignment. -
J. H. iLUI.TON, Assignee._
Jacksonville, Dec. 15-3m.

upon Railroad Hisatry and Results, which consid-
ers the subject in almost every point of view.7-
The Journal of the War is continued, and will be
completed during next year. A variety of. in-
f)rmationi'filnahLBe-to the people of the SOUL11.h
and those contemplatindg 'residence ?or invest-
menft tho0,-is also,* urn ishced. ,
... is the proper time for New Subsei ibersi to
Ontqe their Names, and for Club ,to be- formed.-
-. .ulmcriptioi7 pric%$e per annum ; flub,,f 3 .3* .5;
of 60120. Offlo, N,,hteile.q Branh Offie X." Y.
WVith the next number the Thirty-fol] th som.-
annual, volume of tbhe R.ViEw will open. the
work is fast recovering its large circulation at
the South, .and the Editor apcals for prompt
remittances. +
.... '.: DECEMBER "
4 enlarged to Forty-oeight Pazos, contains the
following inter sting arti-.-.s :-- Farm. work for
December; Agricultural Inipliments and Ma-
chinery'; New Process for Dissolving Bones;
. .':" Chtnese Tea in North Carflina ; Rice Culturo ;
Possible .Namber.of Ibs. of Cotton to the Acre:
The *DWn o-Bwyf Southern- Agri,:ilt uro.
No Pf6fit'in Ciltivating Poor Land ; Guano ;
Pastures and Forage Crops ; ]anures ; Econom-'
ical Farming, Sea Island: cotton ; Gardening
va. Farming ; The Garden ; Culture of Vegeta-
:+ b" ; Mexican Pea: Whe Fibwer CGarden ; The
OrolMr4 11ow to Yqant ja Tree ; Grapes, Brin-
ly Plbws ;'Guinea Powls; Food for Chickens ;
*: Cwng M~eat ; How-to .Cook 'and Make Sausage;
TWld Wifo's Portrait, (P'oetry,); MArs. Buck-
etrafi Willie's ,Lourney to Heaven ; besides. Ed-
ititias, &o., &c.. ,--The 26th Volume0commences
January; 1867. Now is the time to subscribe
WIr 1 WRITE, Athens, Ga. $2.00 per annum.
M1AJO JoHs BARD.--The Quincy Common-
*mwlth pays tht? following handsome tribute to
this "noble old Roman"--which 'will command
a hearty "amen from all who know him and ap-
reciate his private, as well as his public worth:-
I.t.m are disposedto overlook the action of the
(kene.al Assembly in this matter, and leave it
to the people, their constituents, to judge 6or
themoelvh, whether or not they authorized it, in
.. ew"of the law, to vote itself whatnre-ay --it
aaw fit to provide for its seo-vices. But the mor-
al heroism ahd courage of Major John 'Beard,
the Comptroller of the State, in i'efusing to corm-
Smit. an act, in violation of his oath to support
the Cad'tatian of the State, and of great. iJa-
jfiiryo the State, deserves more than a passing
notice. Fira and steady be -hold to hira convic-
tIosas, sotwithatanding the threats of imlc-ach-
menanil thqjeers and taunts of a disappointed
LegislatiOv body-, who- already, by a two-thirds
-vote, daBined-the veto of the FXlsutive, and
whei clled-bpon, to define his position in per-
son, he told t4h6 General Assembly, in substance
hi he had been "*an old 'public servant for
years, and has never'keted contrary to the con-
ious convictions of duty, and it was too late
iak^fq to call upon him to do so now. We
mostxesthet, higb]'st admiration for the
firmness an&hioriage of Major Beard, and we
believTftai&'-P.ople of Florida will honorhim, in
.jt" to come, for-it.. He has done them a
.& o Servi .wTHe has saved- the Treasury of the
i 0O0O dollars, it-has been estimated, and
.ithb.Supreme Court decides otherwise the
t -^ItJl i pay drawn last year by the members
U-&fMl of the. GeAeral' Asseembly, as regard-
b tht::f-t of lS6.is.still due taothe Treasu-
It{! .ar'l"I thiaeamount is'considered it will be found
1 4 .-;i. ]Beard hasorovented the people firom
-t iatad, to the amount of

Savaa,,ah. N -.Alew w rk.
HILTON #&At6]^
Wholsale Gacer

Winas, Liquors, &p.,' &047
i93f BAs -TBE-T,'^ r A r lS_
TJ'iVITE tneatentib~iof~ioealLers to' thW*l~arge
complete apsortmenIt -of'

which th&yeare r, eTnrta i. ffloer b&l4,'ltWI- market
HI.KIELS. conitautly on b'aiMl. ,'n-' r-.;^s" st f'
Ag,:nt. ibr tffi celebrated "Star".-Whislky..
.M ,Hazards Gunpowder in kegs, S ksm2-';j jAM&
and O act,... 2 -6 m'.1
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OIKeO yon yew............................. $3 00
-*5 ai~monts. ......z.T.i.'^(-*f..,-. 2,,00
three nonth. ......... :............T.... boo-
4t O iaitle C(>Y ....................... .*.-.......Ten Centp.
+, [y" to at!ripLton tafenfor less than three inonths
,f Alauba-rfpy ,mut.be *14 in advance.
#no- a1 M one baseriion ....................... $2 0
4 otwo ". d .'.. ................... 3 00
Vs. Mh subsequent tsortion ...................... 1 (0
B.y* pe. l'ee i'onparlro type or "face occupying U tlBc.m il
,aumberb- line make one sqir:ue. ;
A libcral.digoonnt nzafc on retily adve% +Lie,;t!p+1,. /nl
' )r'ariy adverti(. ;~:,n
pa'JOB ."Yc +,(T.- -,T^-ra", ,
UTI EVERY BTYJ.1" ix.'>tl\ ant prompt^ executed
Time of Arriving ar..- losing the Mafis,,
|0 !1TO A. M, to 6 IP.M. 8S':snAYs--Frofi 8 to 10 A. M.
N~rth -and Weit dally (Sundays excepted) at 12 P. M.
V 1 R. X Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 P. '31.
loutm .at, 2 P, M. on Thursdays. ,
|NIorth and Weit daily (Saturday's excepted) at 9 P. M.
21. R. R. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 P. M.
aeutbern at 8 A'. M. on Saturdays.

., '* *- DT Y virtue (1fa o i', r ofalp, grarnt,/d bv t.he Probate-
B B ,+" IJ courtof St.-Joliihua,,tv:I-will ell at Public B P a A I
-Anction, on the7h day of Xfinuat 1867 a 18. o'h'.b,
...A+ !&" intreant ofthe Court H,-,use, it) The CitV rf St. Angus- '_ .
tine, the foilwin njmentioned Re.:al E'tate and a-smail l 1 -. n -' o.+
*, H & *R 'Nly^ yunliiv uf ousrholdFamit-e. beilonxing' to tbv Es- .,^(Snlww E-eS
.-& P .tA ^& " L rtate fJo;.e ,h Manucy,(feceas(d : ^ ~-
"i 1*" .....'*; *. ... f~ ning an a ngAll that certall lot n tinsl. on SL FiauC a.1S Lrr.t_ c.,- 5 ," '",
--' ~~~~~~~~~~flaning aiOrangv (-'i L-e ol. *j..*..i -o *'" '
le.. A. TO-. ,, ::-, .., ,, i. i ,,,,,,r, "i ".
r t1hrA, I l, i I 'I VO ..gr.or iii.; i- .
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..I. O U R w eok, after 'at. I w ili atv i ...p., i -t i; 1.'e ,'. "'Q.!s' ; .. -:.:"v
'.' ~Probate of Tutinam Conlt;-, toj'' the iPifft 1.-- I <' *<** '-.^.. r'">
; V -1. H .opo.. decea.'iO -j A.nS ..i |- '+ .-, -.,," ..,
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D erember 1, 1366 A:iiriiii!i-,,-
__ ++ ,. i "* :"-1 ..'' L,,, 0^: "
,* .. 'N 0T IC E, ;* -nW ,, .- .- .* ,",.". .-': .- ,.Lq ,:
.@ a~eof pl!ordalsr~d d o t[, i' -,o{ f (%. .{,o 1ge] lI-N
,t^ t- --. J .i'; I County, "
,' 'tA' : In 'iiic Probate (\ 1 t, Edyard E.tR ,fpr, A-.imir h^g one o. ,' oh.. :: : -. si i.ibh,
't"! c-.!.,,i.o'- o:; 'dhc :;4't,:" ofWi!liam. IH. Ropes- deceased, thko Ugitg'ht i tt .niuse+ 6uaaB.,.-* .L ; ug ade.
*-.: -.< *"**- q'I u~iu( a 0 ., :,i.-.rof the Insolvency They wi l- bendo orybri.u- iik.e tho -.4iag ie spring,
.. -' "horeivi L-..,1, .1pby seld curt, IT:c *ill akway.4 presrve th .'I.. a",vin c ale m p aga dn st sa tia E -,N te* f ", *th
-..... ;. -.i~jud~c ,,-; +s-u.c+.(',,nu:+, ,o rEL. .XAND BtIAT.TIFUL SHAPBi
fore the]l th day vf June, 1867o IN ALL
Given undeirmy v Land ant!d, ofi ..iE,. s thi3 27'!-" dlay ,,
of November, A. ). 18)6. A)ASSE?.1BLUGF.S, '
+ ,,. + .+ + t |., T .1-. ,( ,, -1 E .St

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Paints, Oils, G rus; Iotty, Varlhcs, A-;'.,
All orders from tlh country promptly attetled to.
f tore on Forsvth", hjt ,'xun ( Ocean and Pine str)i;eis.
.ei>PLAeTr S-GTm
"PLANTAT\ IOS, ,,,+.

Owand after Monday the 22"d inst., the above will be
ft tone : E. H. R.EED, P. M.

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8" SatIann^J

We haT the pleasure of a visit a few days Dc. --,n-
since from M r. A. G. C&VEIDO, the attentive, -- ". 0 -* z. ..- L.. iQ.a ~ .....-...: :_ .....
T ljh* uffn loriU(; art ''v P urser of this vvell jD L A TATr -1N -it.faac s i .. 0).- 5otes of (>.p " ', .-' : .- -4, .'...-i
knnn n.gsee~mt tR&WMfi-TrT .TatT ij in _
n, .n ..I -... ... _., ,' Land with : Sl,,i ! : v .:,-:, W -, and ,i Ci~t .-- -...= -;
quite popular with our people with wnom r f the Blackmsm r! : .* :: o- i, "
veteran, and accomplished commander Capt. L. wifl he soid:.t t,-.t:'... .. .'**:/' *',;t:t of g. mr
M. CoxtR, has long been a. favorite. The oi d ,p two. i:'.,..n a. l' .,.
proiotor0 of thie line are now offering peculiar For furl-rhr p,iu;, ;4 'athi, t *- ft '^ -, r ". -**'
induIemet tosippers to patroizo it-and is D4e 22.-t' % + 5^ "'*'*<
Will be seen by recr'on(o to our advertising .. .. 7 _-- .. -. ClL ^ .
Cumna.m propose to forward a 'goods shipped CLAGHOUN & CUNNINGHAM, -"
from" to North and r-ouqigYnd to the agent of __ h i _--"
-the Diofarer in harkstou. -free, of all. Ci^ hlsl an ea Goeiy, ,., ,
charges., -h010sale-0and RedailaGroce-ri,--
chargee. _: '-A- '. .-._ .. M AVE nbw in Store and are landing per Br
We learn that the enterprising proprietors DEHLA 3 S IIrT i from New Yoxk, an excellent assortment
'ontomplale having upon the line; N na short FINE WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, -HAVANA "
time, qnothe=AhAt class boat, whieh <-v-n sur- Cr Ae-B DODr STIC SEtAe S, Savann'TP ,LW
pas;e the Dictator in the clegan8.of eraPT,)i"t- Govner Bay and Drayton trees, savannah, Geora. II AN
me: ... t p -- "AVE constantly on hand a full supply of Goods
tieont and the excellence ot her aoonimoa-lR J suitable for Plantati. ,n and Families. Orders Consisting in part of Coffee, Sugar, Butter, Lard,
S" : .'.... '.- '- + from the country promptly *,Po:rki,.j to. P Bacon, &c. &c.
Mr. Cavedo will remain some :days in* our Dec22-6m. -
eomfihnity, and will be happy tb0 impart any
information, that mY hbe desired concerning THE PLASTIC SLATE O'th
this line. Those desiring "a quiet trip" will do ".
well.tp patronize the Dictator,. as we learn from' I.s Farmers and Housekeepers wants such as Plough
an exchange that she'mad&'her last trip f-om R O OG 0, and Shot, Nails, Selves, Ovens, Spiders,
;Fernandina to Savannah in eight and one half WELCH &CO., having the proper authority, are "
,,rs-a~ o,.,,, intie,, 9b68.W no,,...e .i, .-.%,,oAM or
houre.-~aff Irida S~wr, Wt mst. V now odei-g, from tIhe North the materials for i^ T B ^" ?
We heartily endorseriU t, h iour.- contcnnpo- putting on the 1 ewv Plastic afIe Roofs, and will exe-
e a-i c ute all orders in that lJue.with i,.i :;r\. and dispatch.
rary s ,ys in.re,;4rd t,:,. t,; fFaorrite steamor and tIaving superior facilities for ...11 and Plaining r 1 -- ( S"
r l 'c K ar, ar p J to, LU, ',.i. th. -.,. will. also take contracts for putting up L A* q. '
CecB r are ple el t and liuirLuii framed buildings,.i :,,| .i,.-,rri.t,..
leani:,that her pwners contemrlIate plh,-ing jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 15--tf. E Liquors, by the.case and barrel, which they pr
*nmoflier vessl on tho :oute to act asher consul.rt. -, E '--, 0O
,, ._* o.-t- ** -^ ',..1, T~ANTED-A.'%--. E"T- I to 8200 PER MONTH ^ -- -,- -r-
Meser's.. Jeffreys & Bio. are'the6 agents of the WVV for Gentemen, and ,3:5 to $75 for Ladies, every- "A -P : -T
line.ai.this a : C '?n ... .<. + :' -nit whore, to introduce the Coinmo-, Sen.se Fam ily Sewing-
line-jnni8 ned and:efficiency the owners and the public 'quilt, bind, braid, and emnbroider beautifully--priceton- Than any other Establishment in the City. GI
ly $20-making the elbvtic lok stitch, and fully warran- JOINING THE MARKET'.
haT'^ sare guarantee that their interests Will ted for three years. Wo pav-lhe above wages, or a com-
Uiy cared, fw,. mission, from which twicp ih.it *li-lr can be mad(-.-- Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 22--3m.
q Address or call on C. BO v. l ( ..'..., office No .2 .
.''- *B1 --- . Soihtr, Fifth .r... (t.n,;l,.i |. ,]i.. r4. All letter$ u117- E
^,^..-NpW~~lTBLJCATK>NS..,., r-r.Jl -.,, ,vr. h,. ,',,,au.^Jfterms'-7; .pI'TnT NTPI'^'
: .-N O W T I"UB L C A T Il ON S .....4 m ?
Thi an number completes the first -year ofthe SEASI,. J N! ,TPLANTATION- O __
Now Se'rilef, and coritains, amiong other paperls.-0" s r"" 0FT 1"\'rr ^'_C^.E--^
a very able't ne in review o6f hpolemis ,ife of _T, _"
Casar, and nlolaborato a t tide bv- the- Editor Altlire _,r ,n! -n, ;!n --<;i iiti-, ii^''*-* < ^ ^&3 ^

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, iic _,a wr++.A 'n .- ,. + *---. ,' +.. .(. .' *' .'. .... '-
' t +t ,fft st M i.... -. -jrU w+k .a!^i~ t<, i +") Ritll U. .: E't S,- "
n -LC tL% I J .1" T. I ,I "'' :. ,

a*i Wini, : ..-" ** r hn the vahne~thereof. Tt i. o-rdred i II TNQUIRE FOr .. ..
h*'..'**;<;* r*' e w :" oc ,^* ,-*.jie in the "]Florida Union;; ." new:+ -i .. .... "* :
+ J_ '" ;.-. ", ; '. t.i, at tho court Bradaiey's Duplex E" hUlli _-
Hou++e door iii rald County. lor all er -ous uavmiiem6 ]m-"_ni~ j *'
againstsai,1 E:.t f-ni[ir,,-..'rarl ile the o,.,me. wtit thr- '-T- X-1rTTP 1 i.2Dt T> T T 'TDrT- I A^.A
Judge of Prolate ofD uval ( C ou ly, ,on or t, c....- hie lt? t .DUU ,U J J .LlE S PR.. KJ G ( k.'. .' -
twenty-eighth day of May next, authenir,:ated in tlh *. '. sis .5
manner prescribed by law.; Fpr sale even-nwhere. Manufrictured excui=>,;fI ^*
ive under my hand andofficialaI ithii 36th day tLt, O 1 ow iieof lie Patent.
: of No\.erber, A. 1). 18MB., ., :.L . .". ,
of.o4A. DOCETT. -:: -WESTS, BIA.-DL,4 1tiW .
-* : .iJudge of Probate-DavtH County. 97 Chambers and 79 and il Reade streetN
Jacksonville, Dec. 1-6m. =, w : *'.- ,'*r_. A^__ ^.

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rg "Martha," 4nd Schooner "Abbie Brackett,"

Cheese, Crackers;jIice Hominy, Meal, Flour,

-vr r^ith ,:

S, Ploughlines, Haenos, Collars, Hoes, Powder

repose selling at Wxolsaand Retail, and as

DT Cm-i-! A

SIX weeks after date I will apply to the IT.n.- Judge of
Probate for the County of Duval f6r ht-i trs ,c. f Ad-
ministatin on o0 h 111eE- t te of Josiah ,Strickland late of
Duval County, deceased. "
J.kr.-..nville,Fla. Nov. 19, ItM.-fit

In Chancery, Putnam County, Fla. . ,U, CU ", .H .
LYDIA T HADLOCK A.hninir-ttrix ot thegelood ,No. 10 Beaver St., New York.
and chattles, credits an.l :.st..'.:t ,:,t Ei.-.ic-z.-r C: Had-. J.L. Smallwoii-fonmeiv Sma-twoo1,'Emrln'rl n m
lock, havingfile her .[iiirt,,: chancery side of the- L u-i ,-,iod AI CI., N. "'&
Circuit Court for said county, suggesting the probable Th.-~ H 1btilAu.oia, G-,,rg, *"."i "
insolvency of the estate of the ,1<-,..--a .:-J,:r, niu,! t,-l 10 G 'W r.,,tt. Flh"rida. ( Late li iiJi f '
charge. It is ordered that not" 4 ,.> ljuhlih.l i, the L H i-.ie, Gc,,rgL. ) Co. New t -
Florida U nion, arnewspaper in'.Jit so:on-i ., lork all p r- .. --,
sons havingclaiims,ai;an-t Iapl ,scatet,-,':ti -par and-ile E arc.. prepared, through raX4.nt Akmi;1 i -.
with the clerk ofti e-0C'i Lnit (101'Mi fcr 6 iqH ,- ,:.unW'. hit; .' 1" 1-a,,: irjd s,.ll (-.'..,tt..n in all the~outhe-rn part, '
her or their claims on'or bei'ore ihe fiist M..n-lav in D,- rmtbrwaM flom tlhj ptw-rwtto -New Tai wh-r *"*.,
ce m b er n ex t. o.. B A P L 'TN A M J u d g e. '_ "* W l ..
The State of Floriia. PiUt n OquCM C v-I. -l'+l~ ,,,,r ,.. t c "i-W'^,4
L+,eod4(.'lck ,Ik the C'n Li-t. iA. &r t-Uao ol,+;" C o' SKI i'J amny '''''. .... c ...ect ion- In To&
Dam ,andaiat :.r us t4m%?r .14be advan t ,
nam',andt tltHir, fFl'ni~i'., ,j., ,i b$ etJfiv "ti;;. T .i ', r-' rU t '^ l Bi.~ .u'-t-uM. IA~ ., .BU
above an d foregoiig 1, a t,',, 1.. .] h_.r 1, i I Ut m an t .I i .i .
t io n t o t r ed i to r u i i l- A ed in I .. Qki ,e A I v ,' t -. fi t 1 1 11d i R ,W -NIM" J .t.& G Or P T a l l a .a "s m +
and office al -oat t h.ie t ,' .-3, -T 1-1- .. u -. ,u, ia.. ,,A ,,,, .alla aa s me : .
"' .;. M 1JJ.'";:,, Jula -- tf .... <- .
July 7-6m r C- A "
Caroline J Holmes, In the Ehstom Circuit tTl fii, :- j. p
By Frederick A Seaman of Fotida, U 14 1 ." _'.. ^-r. .F
her next friend D l-'val >-onty. In Chan- -
vs 0 '. -'. L il. ll for D iscovery ( i-r .+ -~ t -^- > ... .. -
John lfolrne E dward A t '- u, R >. :.-" V'" _-.< t ^ JJ -. -. '., ., .-
dnr r and 'il ;ri)a i M Led w ith j -. . "*" ..
T beingmg ade to app ear t ime aby .i.,.,. t h......l [ -C -TJO HrJ- 7" TIV FR "t^A^ -"
L Defendant Edward A Gardner, rL.-i-ks .,t o 'u-ho ; *"''e" .. --,I .t.. .Jj ll .,.L. atfy !
said circuit and State,. but'*--1ifl- be L!Brtt3 _fa.lec,.A-rr -=i.y -tT .rP tr T -Y T a^ -ry^-'- ^1',,mj-i "ttI--
namely, in the State of I,,-ltu.k-Y.- It [1ord,.r,.d itt ... .. ..... ^? S .... *_ ' ,
the said Edward a A rd.er .p.ear- a/l an6,i..r tke .. totearl ,, .
com plainant+'s b 11 within the ltim e pt-'e(I h!cl I t.41 hT s u Ean' "t o t/tie ---- a u '
otherwise it shall be taken. pro confesso. II is further "t h ...e T.T Q.. .. '
ordered that publication of this order be -m ade once a hr. e _k* it .. ..r.ild u. iT 4 .
week forfour months, in some newspaper published ,J, Ijr -3 ,il fi ndU- lhe QWon .e .
-rh rVA B.A PU AMJudge... The R are lar- and1 airt- and ar $1 "
Sept 1--4m o :'-d the uan i'itu'Jacn.':d.Qp .'3.re"-B*8co

J-INT vT IC)'._> J_-jE..JA .... herea, t..-u auits of'Roonm vxpr'slly e z- fbi'faE~lig '
T .. .... -,, f T T hDi, f l o u s e i s situ a tc 'J H ith in a fe w 'D niti 3 66 >W B W
LLpersons indebted to the Estate of U Stephen the eelel.ratouse is Wit e Btlphur 8pvin '*' :afenerw
1 Eubanks, -late of Putnam County, deceased, are I.- t1 ,, d.^lha S i.,r ,iilaut I f ,
requested to make immediate payment to -Nathan Nor-- vd t- rtyMa. A the arets a ISl
ton'Esq., and all those having claims against said Estate, th, a p an, ^ ,wn te river. .^w
will present them duly authenticated ,-itilin the time HIvinn n-oved f,'on ,'3t. Awigu A! hMl bOT
prescribed by law or this notice w ill '-,. _l,.Id in har ot ,: tSC', the patron aics of r v old t eiod tj'll A
their recovery. WM. N. EUBAN KS- slicitt l and that of as many new ,amgs aA leas-.4
Administrator. 0o call on me. .... 8. AoajTON.
iNov. 10.-8w. 0. t 2(i---
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L i'] h '' y to 'nfo r i th . .'.. ** -; snn .'.-"and
A- EI t public aerie,',!]!+':, 1" :. *..O: :,'.., : '. and
eompq lue tu a :.c.'ttUuCjii, ul all lkm,:...' ,' +*'*.'2.".' ; '.,;. h ;>S
7/ .. DRY. WOOW, _


t Monroe St. abv ieSre
.fe s.v. le l .,. D 1* -- ...-m.'^ '
widow lady ie d...-.r........ E aP REsS
_-A ble' B...i r&,6; it *.^.*nucKn. and I LIIly, a TEC7 single
gentlem~rt .ind Fp-t B-in.i-ks are desired,. woil d refer to
'c Slagger, C. L. Rtobinson, and Al. A. Dzialynki.
S ,onroe St. above Pine Street
Jack.- vflle;'Fla., Dec. O-Wm.



Silk Dress Patterns,
Ladies and Gentleman's Hats,
Ladies Cloaks,
Table and Flooring Oil Cloths,
Trunks and Valieses,
Guns, Pistols,
Percussion Caps.

French Accordeons,, Clocks, Crockery, Glass
and Willow-waro Sadlery, Cottage and other
Furniture, and. *j'reat many other articles -too
numerous to mention.
Thze largest Assortment in the City.

-A. large assortment of
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco'

Which I offer for sale at reduced New York
Market prices, Wholesale and Retail.. .



LI':oI'i:, SEGARS, &c., &c.
* S A...M. Reed's Whaxf, Jacksonville, Fla.
'June 16 tf


convince yourself
Bay Street,
Jacksonville, FlA,

CROCKERY, Tm and Hollow Ware, and all general
articles of Kitchen Furniture, aiso Rope, Bagging,
Twine and other articles. The highest market price paid
for all kinds of country produce, at the new store next
door to the Postofllce. C. PARKHURST.
Nov. 11-tf A. B. HUSSEY.

MARRIAGE GUIDE.-Young's Great Physiological
Work, or every one his own Doctor,-Being a Pri-
vate Instructor for Married Persons or those about to
marry, both Male andJFemale, in everything concerning
the physiology and -relations of our sexual system, and
the Production'or Prevention of offspring. including all
the new discoveries never before given in the English
language, by Wm. Young, M. D. This is really a valu-
ble and and interesting work. It is written in plain'lan-
guage for the general reader, and is illustrated with un-
wards of one -hundred engravings. All young married
people, or those contemplating marriage, and having the
least impediment to married life, should read this book.
It discloses secrets that every one should be acquainted
with. Still it is a book that must be locked up,_ and not
lie about the house. It wit be sent to any one on the
receipt of Fifty Cents. Address Dr. Wmn Young& No.
416 Spruce-st., above Fourth, Philadelphia. ;
June 16-ly "-

W1holesa!6 and

Attorney at 'Law, Solicitor in Chancery
.... + .A.IsTD:

commissioner of Deeds
WVil gyv prompt attention to all business entrusted to him.
'Will practicedn all the State and Federal Courts--in
Florida, ,And in the Supreme Court of the United States,
and collect all claims against the United States.
Nov.14 -if.

JESSE L.;_P~~k~trAaE.



. F. tOiE TT, Esq., Attorney at Law, will attend
to a'ny I ualness entrusted to me, during my tempo-
ray aftencee- JAMES A. PEDEI.
Jacl.Qnvilte, Nov. 24-tif.


x. - lJ L Cl-M J ._ J, .LJ ^.
HIS new first class Hotel, with alltmodern improve-
ments, -is now open for the reception ,..a i.,ui st-.
Dee 8-3m.

F. -. t.. -. -.... i..... u j. R. .. as~~j Lv l
T. J.&' feniricks, C(apt. 0. Buddiingion, Middleburg.
Dec. I--J,. r '.

FVROM the tn-]ersiv title. two demanidNotes, one a(alnst
I Wel-:tA:- Co., to the a;imount of One Hundred and
Twenty-ninv Dollar-6, and' the other against David
Phelov, for (:)n hereby notified uot ts purchase said nates. are
GiEo T
SJackeonxille, Nov.i7--tf. +:+ ,. PHELOls.

0 dollars.
rell done ,Ahou good and faithful servant."

Orders promptly attended to.
September tf

JoHN.soN's household is now or.
Vtj_ ww paes"od'tt the last session
'-IfattpwA:-L-Private Secretary.

~_~___~___~___~_ ~


Manufacturer of and Dealer in
:Pumps, &c.
Stoves and Tin-ware at" Wholesale and Retail. Has
also just received a fine lot of Cooking and Heater Stoves,
which he will sell at the lowest market price, also 80
acres of Land for sale.
(Opposite the Po-t O1lce.)
Dec.15-- ly.

114. Z rzT I2^ TG


iPPt, R. OI!

192 Baiu

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.. -~w-^
:j^ CA<^X_^
,'- **: -Y .

Office in A. X. Reid's Building,
In conmecti n with responsible Express Companies
(hold, Silver, ullion, Currency, valuable Packages,
Freight of every description, in charge of competent
Special Messengers, for all parts of the United States.
Through receipts given and insurance effected when
We are now prepared to deliver all freight free of
drayage. B. KIMBALL,
Jacksonville, August 11-tf Route Agent.

In Sections from OKOE to FIFTY miles
with defineations of lines of United States Surveys of
Public Lands and Spanish Grants; and Topography for
six miles on either bank of the River from its mouth to
Lake Hstrney R. F. FLOYD,
Corner of Forsythe and Ocean Sts.,
Feb 17-tf Jacksonville, Fla.



Commission Merchant,

Boyce & Co's Wharf.

o. y- m, .sTON, S,

F. _A. &,a. 0.R.". o
IP.. -A,.Co.
NT accordance with the By-Laws:of this Company, the
annual meeting of its Stockholders will be held at
.1. kc.:.mh ill,.. on the 3'd .Wednesday in Jauuai-y next,
(16th day of the month. ,. '; :
THOSE. H. MAXXEY, Sec. & Tres.



Call and

Dec. 8-tf.


Scc ato.A s Hot el,
Corner of King and Society Streets.
SAVAGE & ENSIGN, Proprietors,

GeneralInsui i ; -^i,

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No.. 3, AAmbler & Hoeg's _lOck,

"EEP eon-_antly .:.n hand, a large and well selected
at iol'tnOil-lt Of" .
DR UCS, M.EDiR I,\-ES. _'H-1._111'.S. 4AND FANCY
W,. RTICLES, ,- ~. :
OIL S, ** TI98 '1.\- E R YR,
CUTLER J,- JB "-I o.
Among which may hie fuin,] ". ; +:
Sulphate Qudnin"," Ca '-. tr .Oil. Cream Tartar, ., Calomel,
Blue M 8i., p%,Lf, h,.,r, Magnesia &c. -
Tcwn1seml'i -Sarsaparilla, Ayer's Sarsaparilla,' A-'S
(h, -ry Pectoral, Ay, -.-i g--kt Cu, ., In a-
,gogrue, Dai.-t' Pain Kill-ir, Fa,,ht ,v'- Rwmudies, Fah-
n(e-t'.,ck' Venrittih., \W,:orm ('.'an,f, S'outh Ainerit-an
.. Vetier ard Aug-iat R,.-r,,,.l, Br,:;n Es. Ginger,
W inli,,%'z S,:,,:,ihmng Syrup.,, llyatt'. Lit.- Dlkaii), Vel-
peai'au Rei,,e.iy, Mi,-tani; Liunuent, R,,:..g>'\ T\-Up,
S.:" -r'urt;"-i" l r, : -Inu E er, "B, 'itifi Oil,
Bate Back.iani,:,u B,.Li..i, Biauk Book-, WaT'let, Mirrors,
Hir, T,:utt, Ch,th Shaving ah Whi'k Bru-he PERIFUOIERY. ETC. ,
LUhin's Extra.t;, Night B!..O,L(nnz .u- F.mev Ex-
tracts, L'-:I "v-, H air o il-. 11.:.p, S, .... t, .-.,
'".at~ta t'., u.t P-.:.-i, trH, [*ifer. iiig '.i tlu rjia, rKnS'a'l[,s
Amnl.wJlih e, & C.. &,:. .
,--. . -'1 CANDIES.
GQur Dr ui-, *:-,L' ;,t BUiirt AIm.:,..-:, Pepvrerint
Dr")r.,[,, Lr, :,z,;L &--,_ A. &c.
Lerttr, N.:.te ar,,l F,...l;..;a I'.ap,:r, W hite and Yellow
Eiivpe., P>eus, Ink anl Ink. stands, Playimg Cards.
Raz,,'.-, R:iz,:.r Strap-, P.:..ket Kniv-es and Scissors.
Navy, Ander-,n'z, So-lace aid Amulef, 'KiUickinick,
';hanr,1'1', and An.ter!.,n's Sm,-%king T.:,ace,, Cigor,,
ofth- be-t bran-d, I,:rsh:um,.rImitatiok Mershaum,
Bnerirood, Rn:ev-.:,,d, Applewood, Clay, &c. Dia-
mund and afet v Matches.
Brandy, %errm, Wine, Port Wine, Holland Gin, Whis-
kv, Blackberry Biauily, Li-f.:,r, .R-%up, Vanilla Syrup,
Ihlasl)btrTy Syrup, 1ratwherry .:, f-'up. .

The above popular hfitel is open for the
accommodation of the traveling public.
Board, per day, $3.
Mrs. H. L. BUTTERFIELD, Proprietress.
A. BUTTERFIELD, Superintendent.



Inspector and Measurer of Lumber,
IS pWpered to Measure or Inspect Lumtber or Logs_ of
.any kind. Respectfclly.isolieits the patronage of his
friends and t be itvi ni: of t hte County and State generally.
Dec 8-tf. 1 1

',Male and Female,

WILL open on Tuesday, January 1at, 1867.
,W, +h: and $12 per quarter according to grade-
F.ort Veeki institutete a schoolasticyear; ten weeIrs
a q,,-irfer, lie ,ays a week, six hours a day.
Pupil ,.liharg.d from the day of admission.
:N-.-. d.dtii.in for time lest by Pupils, except where a
week or more is lost at one time from sickness.
The- .ehooll willbe kept --uppli.d with such teachers
as nc,:ec-ity may demand. D. L. BRANNINGO,
T Hai471M-p, Wm. Ledwith ) a oi
R. S. .tir,,,i.-t Dr, M). A" T ir,. Jacksonville.

KEEP CONSTANTLY on hand a large and B-601
elected Stock of .

Drugs and M dicnes.
Chemicals, Patent Met.lelnes. Tnasses, Surgical Inrtru.
ments, Pocket Cases, Forceps, &c., &c., Paints of all
Colors, Putty. Linseed Oils, (English) both Boil-
ed and Raw, KeroseneOil, Turpentine, Vax.- -,+
nishes, Dye Stffa, Garden Seeds,
,_ &c., & c.. ,-'

MVedicinal Liquorsp,


D'IE!-,A T,,R T^IN-

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k 4m dvd% iCll 7mr A Ad-4 -1" Iff-1h

Steamer Sylvan.Shore, SAU FFOEFyT D SALE oF
".nal d Schoolemnary ao0l Lands, Internal Improvemnt..

,'^ ^ ^ 4 Eastern Circuit. SWAMPLANDS.
Captain James Tucker, r h OF LANDS ,,L .t- ".
W /VILL LEAVE Savannah every Tuesday at 10 Aa. _ho:.ernafrtor mentioned, having failed to teht-ar-m-_ ei.D.(nf..w^&^^.. t e^J'fc. '-
'-VT ',NA.,ar.ri\i-rA1 4 )rfS'bari on \Vcinesdays- piayt e lc ndc.i given for the credit Instaments tii Bd ftdftriit'ial-' .... J,''
ntfA ,o, ..... ..... *. & .y-thereonsad lands will be,,ofeferedtk,,slu at the La.as will beore-iof : .t i"..
dn ek,,:,rte 11%,9F1b tT--tf F DIBBLE, Aeent ..State Land Offi ce, -minthe C ity of I atahassef, o se ,lat the S-Wte Tigfi ,D mttt vl lh P '
jal loA, F b 17-tf F. DIBBLE, Agent. W;~ y5a~?^ o uhaBc T ^ ~ ^1^
the first day of Janamet te rt alc' ei' .on.ds -
U -C Hi H 11 DIITC SEMINARY LA"S j-tklINIt,*fi^jrAT. -With itrs~h(;~i;raetfra ~Wi"
,_ y.y-._ be ,. ta da~ y .......... of uim' C--e,
.~~~~' Sec., 2, T.M 2:3 r?. 2 of:.^3 7. 9.9r-^ 3^ ^
S, ...... : ,, "acre*,enteredtby J-hn in Per"-,d ount lbi l .W;-? ..... "-' 1" 8DV V A ...Vt .1 I
r '^ i. *-Wluf N. Wi4and IN".,r. -:Ell 2y.-*L5,. Thb -fiN W Airiid I ^ W l~ofA.'
.S G.. ... S -J. -20,8 E 1 ,..,j s.4.2ere_ of N. E, 4 and N. E I 'fS ^ Rr. ,
E ..TFAVOT^r K TEAAER Hermaon, amound.,e-,l - w "*^ 'd-S..W- H' pr T'2-
.T -) A t -T W -T ^ . .TYT .SCH OOL LANDS. 39.9'2 _, .e-, ente rc;f- ^ rice. A 6.1,, A TM,'T
^ ^- ^ A -*-^ ^ ^JJN j IN DUVAL COUNTY. -23 T.11 R. M E,4-a~iwreA ^^S
CAPTAIN JACOB BROCK, S.W4 fS i/nA See. 16, T. 2. SR.2, E.* T-^RM, ^ 4 A.
b e-. .- nth oroughI refitted, i g. nain placed 40 ares, entered by Ezc kieI: -hm -, am tiTIdu ,. $f6. t. accreii, F1P ., q er''-r -,a -,
H,e tlm at a h t er -.ii" ,qn-1-.ke11 i ddETak o .,.... /-an,t X--*' Y,'/2, W3./"4:, _ec,. 1, T. 2. _- o . Ot. ] ~ l '" "- ,,
3^e -ac doCa,.,,o "
Monday morning 4 6oclock, arriving t Ei-.r rm, ,6 .. . o1 Z! 4 S ..3 ,T 1 -
~~~ ~1 of .. - eA V3,bylSeer-34,T IN, !2 J W
o'clock P. M. Returning will leave Enterprise Wed- Wy, of S. EY4 See. 16, T. 2 S. R. 26 E., 80 3'9;74 acrs. entered by Robert Tu ne
n- .,3d,1 ,a i- n" .'tlirjL 5 o'clock, Palatka Thursday morning 7 acres, enterecy William -H.li.,pcE, amount ;LX<,t 77.20. N ET.1, of E 1,;"S T, T I n T>
''coch., art \iui al J'-.. ..i-i "t ., I-'rlor.l, 1p.,M. Lot No 4 Se- 1 T .4 R *7 ( __ .t. .. .wLot .o. 4; 1e1c .6 4 .. E 3,80 a.33aaa es, enlterre r1 .,f; b, .,-,
...... ... .. .IOKN '_~tk Agent, acres, entered by Jbseph-A. Hrtley,,am,,rnt duht716.61).,' E'7-603 Ej!1,d e: gj 4).~a'y= md t .
Jul f ed' haf J c so nvil, l ."os o. 1,, 3, .6 And-7, Sec. 16. T. 4 S..aerea. on~ered by Natb %V ng t'.,- .,.. ""1 .
~R. = E.,187.59 acrees, erter,:.d b A. M. ','eed, 1a",r" o, ,
1 T O W IN G dcr.i.., y lA ., o.n E nter.dlb 4S' ,: 2 i,.i.y ..r.-E., so
EY o S TE3S Se. -*- t 16;T.2 ..PZ 24 ..8 0 0 %

..... ..aEpowerful nw tugU P.S~ ralh,(tCb GPQ.B esSo 'ei enlere t,y M.M } P'iie. amo t due$, ...- .^6) .l' L"1 ^W.S^ ., d... ... .. -i l- ....1 ." .;*^
,. 1 pewwFrmanevllr on the nvc"for Lhe- ptirp g^" '8-^.. ,, l '^f> anU "F~ oT-N- .... ] -"" ^ Off 'w^ . tM .-~ ,f. a~l
towing VeNsels, RaitS, A-... N. \V," or Ec .- 3.n3 T. i. v. R, 27 ?,-eritra r .v ,.s Bro,.ard. ,,.. ...i--t-
.. .. CHA-. A. FAIRCHILD, Agent entered d br Mi l-Hdri,..k.an-nl' ul$102. .... ... ..Lo 1,,2 an C 3. of t.o 6,,T a .. J ."
N E 4 of 'N a.S ee.. 16,lT .48. 1P.. 2 1 E ., N I., o q W .: ... 1 ,,'- i S p. ^ "6
r n -D n u v D T 39T9racf a e6nT:'c- ie b. (e o g 11 -97 ape< a^ m io n ifl aere, gi.'entrn b M el toin T111 c. % *^ f^7 *^ *

A- ABRU..........6 :.. 5. No.......- IN CLAY COUNTY. .. *.. ";;:,. N AT'3 ,- .Tq.
SNAH, A. .'E ofN. W' S-...16, T.6S.,9.826E... .r\^-^^^ E,S 8':. ,,; ^A: r'
mT-nT*'r-, Q "r ,-,IT ..... "- 40 akres,.entered by a,.,!,n I.'Et ,-htoomat due "$;g.(L ~. ace,.v^rM l.l.jWl^n S a "" .. ..
1"-E bI"JAMElKN KATL'-._._. NP ^TNAMC(-QUTY,- "_ ia^,S^% i^2L.
.? ^ -' N .d. fN r cres. E28 R 5 16, a.T. "?. ,27,K_ .,lH I
piiw rfu I new. t. .( S 80 a pes, entered by Isaac H. Bronson, amount due an*itbeS*E.of 's'o "
towi g-- '- "- 15 .0 of.N -S.,,-,E-4e c- 16. T. 5 S., R 2E.,11M17..- "Eq 1 L 4, T T 5. .. ..
-=2 ----CHA .A- .F IC----. I D,-A gen 80.18 acrent eersentered by A. {. Cole,i moup t due $130.55. ,:..1trd. ly En a .' ". """", '

THtOS. ,T. LO CKW OOD, COMMANDER .,Lots N os ._8 and 9, ec. 16 T 9 S., R. 24 E. ,- .S E 14 t <^ ". ^ 3.;2, T 4'S. 1K'-26. '. af 1 '*";'
J L 0n th e li ne hb e tw e e n C h a r le s to n a n d .P a la tto a, F ~a ., R 9 g ?"T n f'^ -~t tt '' ^ j ,-'. 1 6'r "' T w i .* : -' _' :' '
touching at all landings on the St. Johns ~T iver, solicits a .3"- t t .....' "._re "^oh i", am'n L o .... 1, -:,t S 9, ,5S ., 1R 26 E ., 54 .6 ...;
[ , aue1 118.51 ac res, oen te ed b yD,

share o' j.,u ,-li.: patrona ,.e, being com m anded by offi cers '*" i" ace" n e e by Df'i Y ".,, .. '; 7
of experience, well and favorably known on the route, o FR
bandanrlefeg having upnsu~rynmpassed:"aa~ e accommodati~nons o f ort."' a d~ passenger~saft= wl 39.IN 'cr, E /4enee by,,,N E/W, iia 8tne r6, T~m o t duea*r13 S, R.e ~5 ,' ntr d 5 h e ,T .5y, 2a i E.,vl '' '.!;" :"
and fei t e e gu a t f o o.- r N e d. 1 6 N 13 N. E See. i- .I- F '.
1,e R .l2ed E ., 119.97 *- '- acres, entered by reda S e aoue .50 ae,. ".,
chedule--Leaves Charleston every WedneSdayat 8 A. Lot No. 1, Sec. e6, T. 19, S. R. E 35. 31 ot N 5 1T 5'., E .,..
M.,Saannah, Thursday at 9 A. M., arrving here every acres, entered by Samuef-Sanders amount due2.5 -- -ncte;,trc,' by Iluh Tyle. "R- 26E .. t* ,:r
,..t;'t~ininL" will leave for Charleston every Saturmdy IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY. INP-TNAY "COUNT Y.' '*.:' "* : ,,r '
n.,,ruinE'.ai 3 o'clock, arriving at Savan-nah~on Sunday "Vl/,of N Wl/..ndl N.r ~\V1 of a: -wi y cs'U iN l : *'
Pase^ grs r as re hait positive connections will 16 T 'S 8E. 1913are, e te e b Coe T 1]S .,R23E, 1 .% ,rc ,enee 0^ ,. .^-^ _
be m a d e w ith th e v a ri o u s lin e s o f ste a m sh ip s fro m S a S / o 3 2 W S c 1 6 T '9 S R 2 8 b oth ni ... :- u >- '1 e e b y a b .... ./-,,
aanah and Charleston, for New York, Boston and Bal Los "7" aod N. o^ Sec. 1"-''"16, 9 S, R. 26E. a f r 1 t
.timore. JOHN CLARK, 39.71 acres, entered by A. t. .Cole, amount due $iCg.75.. +-. "^ ......1 p ,.
o l 7 A g e n t a t J a c k s o n ^ l e F l a. I N 'O R A N O E C O U N T Y : .. .. .. ," R. o '3 E .
SouthhalfofSee. 16, T.21S.,E. 29-E,gl.15 .^ S w 1-1' "t'N.,'n,, r.. W W..d .1 "."* -- 26 *E..,,.
f~ wlft~l^A-M ftw^ TTSIAWI'/IA a re e tered by Joh .In J.'ELox 1, a mountere ,~-. e8f^ ;-1~*, W/w,~ h^l */i.'.

GH AME K A7 -IN MARION COUNTYn T '- -4 .....
~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~N 4 See.6E. ,,16r,,eh: T.r tphn trtn

7? "-' ...... S.V ofN. JE and N.W of N. "- E ofSE Sec. l.9. the OE &of N "R ''"
S .a $c r e16,.e3S R.2aE., 79.82 acres, entered by Dun- t e c 1 and t he fN ',c EoJul 4......re
ri ."- ;i ~. ;, "% .. -i can C G albrai~h am oun t d ue $61.85 159 ,83 acres, e-n ti.r. ..i b-, ; pt h>-.n ".M -r ,,in w w'.^'^ t'' f
...... ----'* ... ...... .. ,E <,N.thh Yl4ofSee 16, .T.1 R. 19SE., 320 24 SE, of N E4, Sf.,-. l T 10 "., R 2 (? "IC .'
'" ... ,'-" -,:-i8 acr es, enter>. e byAJ. E. H Crrison,Amount d e $1, a,:.>. .P. ..
en0 ered by. e D .. I ari n ......
4 1-L o ts- 'N oa.TsL, S e e,;6 2 .2 ar e s e nt d S .b2 4EsSar r i s o n3 2 ... T S.. ... .: ,
T H OS J. S L O C K W O O D C M N "1 h .3,- N... E 5 Tr. 3.o A f N e. 5tcAr2 r ,- t R .;, E 0 u ,
ol a '' t '9""..es, .ent d byA. 11. .... a en ter ed t y S n ncer Br k, 0. acr .
HIS-fine. t eamer h av' ing b 'ee I-ced .e;m -Lo.s -Ns. 3,4 ,--5,I6, &qd Se. 16, T. 1948S E y a noS y. 'c A 'I''R.} ,4"ev ,= -.
.... ..... 110, rrt'" -y ~o. an E, '5"c. ,3,TS.R7-.01,, ...

T Fernandina, Jacksonville, and all intermed., alaaultin N 21 l 2 ar esinterd. o^ ^ H.-T 1 e rd 8r Am'ount fL- N o. 1, 1? .,.,R, 2, E ., 54 6&
touhin at1 alllanins-o-th S.Jhn.Ri.rsoicis du,911; t 4 o ,-ti .',.1

sh ^arC ar^h.ptrona'eveiyng coya nl0bP. y f cers $ ,enrtre .db,%,,-. '^ e a ^.Ar o f.d.- .....
e, s- --^ --o-- o4 S E16,i T. 1' M, I. 22: E 3 and; 6 ,0d9, T.....
ofexpetrnienclewel l and a v ery knownMonda athe8 route, I ,N tcrdb A COU N TY .', a.e ,en E n e b 1- y E anei F1 "2
and frighteveryguarateedoheEfr anEsafey wilE 5 S R' 26Er .g.r, I -,

11 ";- o^a s o:: .t' "* ee *a.-dh i ,;-^- ^'"'" .
.. .. .* ,' D^^ ^y1 .... ", "fir 6-^' '
berelied upon.39.91 ae s, enteurp-ied by W ilam St e,. am ount S V S i S E o,.<; *i- a d ihe N -bo N rv @ "
S c h e d u l e : L e a v e s C h a rl e st o n e v e r y W e d n e s d a y a t 8 a. a1, n d t e c o s t T 1 9 -S .RE 3 t ." 31 -"- N o..5' -'Se c 1, -T5 'So ..2 6rE.1 -6 a- .
M ., S a an nah T h ursd y at 9 A M arriv ng h er every acresNenter d by Nmuch4ad ers, a'.u-6,duT $ 4 .35 .. a'rC .7r.e(` by ,g- yl_,"
'11 0 11i i -I n o^ ^ w i l l a e f r h r e t n e e y S t r t
Frida.nIN T.dJO NSyCO NTY.IN PU- 1 r "t.'r w. r Vr

and&C. E -A5 ? .nMnd" -.. .- .. ..
16....9-.. ..&-,arR. 2 E ,119.1rars, nt re.y..H.C,.1.-- 3. ii-ru,T ." e ntder. e ,by ",-:' -". ....

(Formerly of Jacksonwlle, Y k a.) n d ,- 8. E.'. valuation, HUGH A. COaLEY. .d2E.c.fS. 3,: ct.. .1,T .
ORW DIOHNACLARK 39.71acres,"-f.2.-- 3m. y ReA. iHt. C oflu e icCard An heLtNo ,r d ^ ^^e.9, andth. T ^ II *,'.,

AND GENERAL AG kENTSi a 8- IN O R eanategNTY. a, r'ov:anered Ib E Ah r I Jr-l.r..
NovLot N.'Z4 I ,f N .EI So.7.:a 11h T Ros] .n',o

19S u BA St. -6. S.a annah,,Ga.. FN. "..2ti-on311 ".51 1. S., R '7 E.,'# ,)2 9 acres, W .r
D>%0MPT attention given to receiving and forwarding -t' C T O. LV. J ,S", Doegn """ cix
J- goods; sales Cotton avd aHl ,. i',rn.',-,,t. -'Also acre pW r0fs- V "s ^ 1'':-Tlr2 ., R 27 E. 4M.!0 .:
". .,cacrenerd yoh enFxamunredu- S Y f liZ E..hErof

keep a good stock- of. Agriontitural Inmplements...Cotton /M^nT~T ii/YT ---T> Tri-~ ^ ^ f w *'"M **rB
Gin ^s, evyGoere, e c. n will also take or- COMMISSION MERCHANTS :rowd'^^ .^ n^ 1. 8--a 80.,0 .,o ,,,
O r ler sconagnments draI MA"C U T..lRly solicited.RI"N.. C U- A N D tered 7 S., by E ,illia n ear t :'r-
S.ov 3d-6ofN.EY ad ..- Y f N. ,o e .. tL
.4 N' -/ 'EY -S .... .N"E 1,- of ... 'I
se. 6,It 3 .,R.23E, 9.2 ces eteedb :;.'' ec1antr d fby JoN R VoY nI N W A 2N,"Ti;. : 2. 44.. .. '

NSE hofN Eo. c.1eT.n13S. T R.13 S9E.932.2 "4..4" -C'I I.
^ .WATCH-IMAKER, w in attend to the sle and saipmentd to Fbreignland eered byJ'ams liee. U. ") "F.AA.:-
I.abRNER O OR n Ar NEV.N-STS., 'k ) Domestic ports, of Cotton. Rice, Lumber and Navalen reL.tNo. 2,.section 21, T t0 ., 3 8. 5,,via- 94 .^ ai
CAstoreS. avin o every facility to meet the Wants of plan- t eredb 'y l W A eeDio; oit -. o i S,"
ter2 and procur e the best market rates for their produce. ., lo fT-_ .'.,E;, .4 acr,:& t:.rm.O .i .*
Ja cIksonQvil16, iFla. Liheral advances rmade on consignments. -'l -^*'9. .c>ret "RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Jackson- Am A KTTr C t ADC1.IN" BREV:ARD. COUNTY.,*'?'
LN ville and viciniSy, ,hat he has returned again and AT LA T W; A ? R S E, of s. o s e ,i 1 T See 2 S R 3 T 8 S R27E.,40 .
opened his place o business as above. r
Mr. -.awinl te happy to receive the patronage of his CI-IA IKLESZ-03TO S 0- .^ ..... R 9 ,,,P. r D .
eetbNof:c:;,_LiN..E S a X.,R 40E: .121 acres 111 .

'od f-ends, and as many new ones as w1ish to heave their E. WILL-IS.Q Lx CreSOI. t bv o I ,rv. 6 ,:. _
awatchs h ,carf]Y repaired and guaranteed', cmaeand hopeSfor July 14 t. .3 terd,11,y4ohnt"0. c'ileyi T.M. ." 8- I .
hr la-,t fort-y,-.,,- in this coun try and Europe, he wil. 1r .r.R 22 E ., t .rn.. .y .. ,, ...:.r.
be able to give fuil satisfaction to .a~ll who have good NS O T IT C E .' BPUG1H A-. w watch es to Toh r ep a ire d A ll w a tch es w an -a n ted o n e b S S mith 1i7-rm `4 PV f T 8
year v Se a Jant27-btf Tax Collector's Sale. m .. ...' a.... '- 'L

- -" 'K =yfJ . *" ,- ~ ~ ^ t2 ". '- '"' ^ 9 i ^ ^
.... ,^ omm iS !toa sr aatt, WHOLES A N- D ETA)I

Agents "souther3nhrp Export I odomp'y," _M A T, H '-^" 1

/--'^ *A (*U-&A ''r ^*^~AV1 0. t h c ommentoft ed "othe r Expot.T and Imori t ~ T C T 9 Tigo-
..... .::" ^W f:. k'Jsln t fof. Company," in Iirerpool, avannah or Charleston;, or on -M 0. .0O 2^ S _J~lO~l,
f .. URMH IBW 9 to New York, or other Nort horn portq. if desired. -
a si .F.. "' F. FLQY-D, Jaeksonviile, Fla. Bay-street, & corner of AO ams.& "&ineH;.d
-'2, i ":- ", ., ... ... "* "- A. T. CUNNINGH-AM,.Sava` ah, Ga. i -
"^ ^ ,' ;' SOREVEN &NISBET, Charleston, S.0C. R t

"-* *-;* ,, "*1 -* X AINE, Liverpool, Eng-lanif -.: ":^ .

*, t", '' o "B, ,gsI -B fil ss ,
Mo p :, *^. *. -ees Constaay on ana
v --WB-i-r.... w.A. ..... ....W.P&M.- TV W A -ASSORTMENT OF V
e-^W a *"' .Q.! orsW Forwardiiw.^^;^^ CUKMi ^/
er p .' .. ....Merchants, Savannah GeriA-:%u# d tzeblectfully solicit .* ;
"*- "*^ -t n ftyfriends. patronage. Forthe ast 2 years, 'Vo
-L,., bF ,h-etngi~id M'. ling Dry ooda. .

V t, ." -- "" i w '- voaN ,.and .as well as'- *n11N .>t e .i.r 't *
..- .. .. .. a, ,1 .... o trs ied to ourhbannl either a regard Cotton or other ...oots and Shoes,
-^ ^'....,., .. ,^ ,* 't Mercflmnqc, Forwbar. or Commsion, woill meet with TCTo+i oson wil mee wi
*' ',, r .. .. pro ptnesaan aaeap c ...... .- ..... X ..,a , oa O. ,, .1
M.= f ijaa4^^e brouxt, *, : ^.D~0N Crockern *- .-
^yj~iWitza gr, wt~h ieb *'^*'f^--,' ., Hardwape- ^
I~~lK-K&j~md a @in at *7
''-""......-:..-.. ... ,. ,TIMBTERLAND FOR, SALE. : Stationery,
hol. tjact, f Land conatig,335,.re. situat, on N0- ,..' and Groceries,
. . . .' _J Bs a u R l v e i a h a k ,ik J n a s o f a i / ,H J i a n d i s o f a'. ," C l a n d e x r p
-a --t.l.l*,,_ ,.--- TmAn -- : itni.B l B ^.*:0^ 1^ re-r or --."the tndfrsl._nf(. Thi- tret has on -it w c for sale at rd
,. nots_, pr. -- .-- .om_. 6 C_ afi e lite '. n.l s,:veiA:l Bitft. convedieztly located famnineforyourself. tf June 9
i f *vmjdfltag.OBwdy to be found in .a-equiotr. 16r-`1j Lamding. ApplyI.I)i.* -.,.
dkpn and embripe everyv variety of goods for- .;'JOHN JOHNSSON-, Agt. f ?B@ ^^ia''
i t ~ a l C l l ~ u d l n ; a t M a y P o r t .
:.. or to Flemming & Daniel Jacksonville, Vla. A n ,

S....... ':'"[HARDWARE, W W n -,VBBD,1.. '
.,or ..... DE Eld
D00ID: SshBlind


w '-oi 't ;. .. ** :' :' .,...'.^ .^-Ledwith's Block, (up stairs,) Bay Streetf i
"-" "* Jacksonville, Fla.' A-TID :
Io 'T,.-:.'" ^WOOD WARE:, Mc .3--i 7 -
'-'? *" 'OLASS WAREr NOAH WHEATON, ..... ,.

"*"_.V .:- * U.ITUIM SADDLES, -. Wholesal.e an Retail De.-ler inn "
.. WAGOX% GOY ..,RNESS, ...'.OOR S, S"E A, C I
-*.'*. *; j, p K ...rf4 tii ~ SE*^^ : ,* -i.L -.^- -. ". :, .. -'.,-,---.- ,,-,,-rI .
r ,_ ., ,.., .., -, '^.TfE FIRST gT$0^^:: t
I R'^ 'J ' " ^w " ="':. ... .....7. ..ln ~ ^' ** "- : <. /21= I:;- V .....:, : ,;.;.
I'* ..._. ii,&,f tn r ^.'e .t 5 .... Large assortment of arrious, styles con tyantl~on. ,' .- '*:'' [
lit ** r ....*d ,-,-.... ~hfpaand ma de to order. Particular attenuon pajii to C. -^-' -; ,- ; *
r'1|Q r- .- -, TO COLLECTORS. D WINTmn

i -.---.----- ... -."r ----4 O ML L E -", O, -, _
^ **^^roKSSMMB~g 1L 1- I TALLAHAS-SEE, r),..ti,- 86. I- CGFOOC)I"')^
"- ,'y "1 'n 1._. ; The undererii clC,:. lrmi .ii, r,:. ,i|. Lh, ait,. !ii,.u of N
S' .B -' -- -- -- -' i.. 1 .- T a x A z .-s i:),' -n .{ '. li,: ., rs tn kie .jr w l I;'li al .,,, rr -
IC ,M stdb Dr. Brok noJCT ^ 8? 1* ,"' "'^ grad '- beowand ...i^ly tIu thir 6 1 1)[tin bo kL..^
=-* alfthmore Collfte of Dental ISurgery, is JOHNr BLrAF~lr Cop^^. t '.* T" *
W "*Viq ul .perair dmecahnaical. ,....nB ) received 3:a Jac o le.
.- .V ,tr ,T<3.r'-Cam ...>_-.X7..- A. ACT T)AMEND. aN ACl r,-, EX.TFND TBE TiMEFOBCOL- w tA S *A Ww^ yA < A ,
,,.,.' ,Jdt '. jJi? -,'J L" t "L -'r "L -:* INcT,., TAXEs |, ,is sA-[. AF'Ri-.',,Eo DECEMBER
--_^ ^.. ^ i[dHT" . ..'La. ". ..' I,";TFI I..H rI, DAM I FL it ,.,L-ER PI. Kf.', l $. ,i
,ubs ntittanaland careful manner. SECTION 1. Be it 1,?/rtJ h n alf. and qso., )of
: '._. l*^U_. OR PARTIAL SETTS. Repr..,_,,l,,,..,, .,e ,,'S ,,.., F....,,,, (e ..nerql Assem-
*" bl' ('.,, ,.If 1 t t!n .I..[ v.'r tit-,l ,n a,.t ro am end an
'" .! l|ft4 bw B Gold, 8iver, Po&celain, Platina, or Rub- att to cxsttnI th.f run .. ,.,:, I ..,.Iiu t i, Ib ilis Sfatb,
_. . "-- bcr. appr.,,ed D,-:. Il. i ;, .-raud ti- c :.,,n,.: is hereby re-'-- --- l-<=1 a n r l Q T c
shi*lng teftit destroyped without pain. t : and t,.,r tLe-..t1 ,ni,..l a mt, I., extend Staple and* bhaeCy
d. ..f, oyed without pa' n. ti'elbreollectirjn .,e- th. irk rt .-. 111,oved Dec 12,
"'. '. i WORk WARRANTED. :9, ,e ,,l,, the-" e i ,,,:.r,.,.\ ,,, *,'i shall be of
WAl ; t,,cetr,.m adl..dh(, i _,,.:.:,g ,i Lhi a..i by the Gen- _Vr~ r-_ r-11 C __4
JM B~ Ocut_ eo _ak"r~e erri a l \sml ad^1 -'*' i t.^'" al .,,)Va****l I,) ["';. -' ',,renr: provi DL^-T'O -JLOS -JV J J 3
sj|5 R t ,J so vle Fl ria ded tham t ha[ .,)m**n'tiuiier -hjll -v, r ,,,i ..]c, of the siame- -
.I -T ~ o I,}.lih,, rin \V "et. M mh i.-y ,iu :-i..:i..t hF:.r. new tapes.
p h r I A l l N~iPutdi,:.4A.:,:. ..ti tS ,.ri L," r Ih? h,'l,?i,V r.-quired tfo have : ^ V 'l 'l- -- ^ T
-:. T l H ^ T J:r i I n l~all ,1, tid'ut, tl, ... -n,,..l,a t],e i-t .iay ofF I.,lrn,. y, ""
"*^* r:'*--" "-r -- & *.on:[J-,the[.,x. t ,.r1.L'*** ldvert.hf,.[i..,....,-,:.... dby BLEACHED "AND BROWN SHEETING
t>lt O 'O A l S O th 1th" da ^ "ofA-i-ril next en.'suing, and that all tax- -
-6i.]R.IEST_ ])(3 a.\es n~h.: -ijall |.jy the fases due by them, or any por.- ANDT SHI'RT ITTNG, ATT. WTVIDI S,
1X18COR. OEAN A'ND FOmSYTH-STS ,mt.- ,',^r.o: 1:, ll. lday of May next ensuing, siall N)b --iJ>^ AL- 1 1 S
* ', e.^ ,- -- -iilad .1 credit 011 th>- amount so ipaid -of ten per P-RINTS I
.W V SS.W to W r oim a l r- dC- ^ ,.ntu ri,, oin ,, t ,e am ounts so reeei vod by th oi ,, ,. 'ii,,,e ^ --" .
< of oth,:-ro5sso. :ir vde ,t a noth^~ fi ngi hi eti n c n L IN E N S, *
^ .;AffFIIA TEETH' K'taiL^e^ ^^hail^e ber so POPLINSe as &cqJii,, th ae
: W. f Mf t. .ip o n lo p la no n g o ld a n d 1 la t iu a w h e n d c S- B e t f r : l h a n a x l e trr o^ t n e r o fi e e r o. t h1 S t .', h w i g 1 i.mn y i i~ ,1 O P I S C C
r R. a S ao^& l s tyr^ H -c would ca Itesl- an s,^ wn s al ueh s o pro ller's^ Warat o A -L S O *- f
- aewii OWB~~t h Biffienor, T treasurer's Certificates issued to deflray-the expenses of c
the^ube Work.men wi~fa~th hemoeyoleeedf txe A GENERAL ASSOfeTMBX ;
:" t m h bettr, as W elas cheaper than gold, being guilty^^^^^ o'TT matl m u,,l.e.n. hd eidcd ce
l at- Tt ti te ir 'i ian i v er y dr a bi- l e "b r b y o th e i G .a n ( J u r of thn-, e co ul lnty w h ee s udccted fth ere VO TD *,
td IR t*~ll~t -' th paoaeta.bsbe xe-r-ds.n nCnito hl ele hah seu,: .
tisUacllon respectfauly solicits a contin~uane of I~rhs eda.]a~llT o, Cllectosooier^^^ces ear-S BOOTS,
; -- tf Sel e.I h'y law w-it!, ih. collection n or receipt of-the publicc S.ES On-
.O~ t '~ t~ ~ j n T t T --t mon e, ... (' he' h er tl e s'' amt e be for taxes,, licenses or fines, .& tlu --"
., *^ UB .B- S.UlBA^C. COMPANY OF shall.,.,_..at anry time, wh,.l ... .. they offer to pay the same into Trr "

the 1 reii itiry I.e, rte. Liired to take and snhs elihe a lL, r 0 i.t -
.E ljW YL O~rfc-C. oath, rhich'an,".it,,h-eal ,:,t,:.r-, ofthe State isherebyau. .- f .... CAPS,
E W -V_ __ __ th,.rinzel t ,:.a.lninist..r, iut h ib eyhave not since the pas-
ml__I&XX&.1 C3RE1. ESU-IRNCE. sage o0 thi. at -p1.1 '].u,:,d i, itb;i oi-liati'ns of the State Y yANKEE NOTIONS
:A aJWffen'.i>Ahe Home In.uiawcthCompan,. tw h ,1eD .,:,. ie',,-.i I.% them ai'stich Tax Collector H sR Y, "
*Oda cticat -* or other ofi... ,r,-etl .,r i u.hr-ect lv, and that the funds A-:
t of FosLyth ad Ocean steet--up offered to hev paid hai ithe Tat.,iE y" are'the funds paid ,.',rR r te R-. F. FLOW, into their hardE I, the respective tax payers of their GRO CERIES.
.F.* FL D Ag counties : prvided, that -nothing in this section contain- Reid's Building, Bay street, r ile, Fla.
: .... .- ? -. ... .* Agent. ed shall be ..r,tiued a- 'rentiul th,. s,-vernl Tax Col- B
levt.:, r sottsStaIIteoIt01,..ikin .pa%...,t -111,of taxics Ordie from the Country promptly attended to.
A ifr'- vn.^ bh e (.'omptr.,lle and rtehe a rermunit r appru.tiatioud -A lot Iof those fine Hoods, -Nubias, Shawls, Cloaks,
TWll n-n,!'nn'^..M n,^^-3 duly ma~le by th,-O,.ncral Ambiv. &c., &c.; -Also Trunks, Vadices, Traveling ]agsi Buck- u
W i tS rc. 4. B e 11fu ,'thr r w ac ke T'n d, U t shall be the d uty .t T b i t r e
'-~~ = orl Goods. ofevery mIr aa hr{/.,tPrtnnp~ l'rVlo'y, q r pil o,',:ar fprnm,?cdL of Septembez 8-_tti_ .
A .^ __ this- State, I.:- urtke retui n toi the Taix C:ollc,:tor Find As- ^ ^ T3/\- 1 -
W'iS &.. "R O' * 6 'seor, uider oath, ,,f t.bh fanmes of their ,mi.,hlvees or
W v -& -I X., i la h ,:r er i $ n d ,; n- y e m p lo ver fah i in or r fui ;eig Lo to d o -' *T 0
- T,]b I M aj and ft r ,. .- a...e dei a 8 f a I .n .J BT i ee' 1 kya St., Jacksonville i a. a ".h" e e "h e t,, ,,e tax.- ..s ., h frn loyee, W e S ~ I sia n d O t to n p c
II1^???& silks, F'elich andi English Mctri or,a"|P< i.0tiq l III. fi.i nt mor. tb.,n flv,? -S^| y y T yB
BO nOK Delatu ..Messinas, Alpaccas, Wool Plaids,' bund#r, 71.s thah twenty d,.llarE at. h..0,.refi, ,t "-B
ble ri a"ee, Challes,, NovelttesB,2 Prints the ju b, 2 lbs, 1 lb, 1% lbs. o the yard.
R, Bed and OpemFlamneli, Shirtingand Sheetings, i SEC... .. ,Btir/ fir;r,,:t .d.. That tht Tax .-ssessor
Deuh''s, Damnaellits Velvets, R'ibbons and Trim-! andCuli.-.:torI-e~ardhC-iheriact-J- uthoriziodtoeefrveuD *f1'' l^ "Ifa W-'
Sfage Kid 1love in great varieties, Wool Shawl,, Nu-. on ituv empluver, laul owner, ni.-r,L at -,,oth.r person B1 5Hs R
-M, LadeIJRBLak Bilk ad Cloth Cloaks, French Fluted' em ,(;%yiug lb',,r. an.:,iti? na the r,:tur, _),f a writ. & gar-t
S l~ l,L'- 68- s a 1er 9, .t BO ea and nishm Ent In f te folt.:,wilg-:.rni. to wit: For sale. A npply tof
W a" "l' 1^''}81 m g~cf~ rb ff ~(D, Sr%Tr or FLJr,' Frsl. plyt
k ^ ~ ~ M yhSets'( Capets' a nd Oil Clot b?, r~i i FL', MPA 1 E. F. FL
rNT % i R. F. FLOYD
HMdapBs,(BtBrRead?,Made Clothln-, and a larg-e Of-o : Corner of Ocean and I,.,is tbhSt,.
_irhlM~t of Boota and S9i., Groceries, Hardware, To A. B. : Oct. 6th, tf
G" ,las 4 ^ W3Vs.p, FuPrniture, Stoves, Pots Y,,u are hereby- ,-tifl.,,l that .D., a pers,.n inyour
.-- t-rf 'y,-... -^,,,... o' '- I- afLSON~ & iBRO employ, (.r rturiid hv y,.i asin yo'r tmnplo y ,br the F 1 R N I 1
T-T- & RO. present yeari i. lin.--hted.(. th,..SL-tte ol Fl.,nda in the
., a 7 ' um of dL..Jl4.--Ir" ,:apit.atiun ur p.oli tax of this F U 1 1 T I s
' -..''- .g. -^ ; ^ county. N,:,w. hetref..,, ityou r hrt ,v rtqLired to an-
:'. f 'AQ* "MF T-'r~rTltlM fT swer and.rettin to Bie. undi:r-oath, the, an.tuit due or E EDSTEAD.-_', Brl-'ieaus, tab],., Solfas.T 'ns, L,:,un-
'. ^y D..1.^ .Al a''LlUl 1 eXcpctf-d to b~e due from :vou to esaid rmplye, and you BA) ,_vs. Wa-h,tntid-, Chairs, W.\',',,)h., oook-(iases,
l' d L '^ "nam -" -." ', ..... a~e further t-q m eii;,a to iet'.rin in yoejr p.o.npr .,,n a suf- ,esks, aninin yot aTy articles i [lie F,,rnitue line drn-
""' '. Tr"3-'j^-r:ffV T tfleint poruonot the vaLtps ..I -al.irv due tI., ..u from deredouseless, by wear or tear, ditri.j Ihl' war, au he
rn T s> t emfld uployee. ifaniy thei' be' or w icih mav be- come'due restored to'iheir pii-tine rtllpear in:- -.ad uA>-l'ulW-i.-i arp
'k 090M .,,ULY t:R0i.X ,AND PRO- tohim. to pay. the,.$,d Las, and to nr'kie pt;;ment ,.fthe be made equal to-new andin m.iny inataneee. better, by
:- .,U [', i:... Wf ; a$jf, w'. ', ' ame to mer whon'ou art m.-iehtrjd a c tfi.'ier, t .rn!Un sending them to be repaired to he-ubheriuer.
to Laid empilo ayctax,,,:^y^:,nthrf. UPHOLSTERER AND CABINET MAKER,
& Mef Sgf4O ,BTOBAq SRGZS,.9. (Rignea -,. E. -. .- A m iT
"* TS J _lle, m"m *. "-. TaB A.~ser a ^nd C,:11t Cormer of AdamsandJuliftStr-tiJackaoeville'
Hll Btrfflt.Jftnlan~ii11ftHlfll.!.- ^ATax kSKa-i-sor and C'.leetar _,.
e, of Best Mvs Mattressem alB-avs on hand or madet, ord.,.r._
-"1 ." "1 ._ very employ-p..,pon whom su,:h notifp or garnish- HF ir, ready to execute all kli'd.; of wo'k enrusted to
''B^?'>' i''^meghall obey th@e reqjri-menTs ,:,f the hiiluU proinptn- and tUnctuality, rSOTs who .
*1 .'l .J ^ .a .M .I.e.e.der oth to then business and eannr:,t .*an l a(t tie '"
m* l ^ andon f ix'@tal ,iodo, h oT obe sh1.1 be per- pl, 4 4 Proevth.ir border a, fhb P~at Office, ox 159,
fc_-'j~ri *xlR.A.* fw^-'SH~jrr 'i'-'s.onally lia't and their property tor the amount of such "hete the ffail be atter, d to iomplly. A.
10 tat. and the abore nli,:.ie may w-th like effect Lbe served THOS. -E.'DENAUX.
'! = ) .... ,_ upon any person whom[thi Tax Acse-Eor and C,:,llector 0"t 20-td
':.ly XJJ T"*'*. 'J' shall biri.4 reason to.beliere is or will l-en1:h. d LON anCTO-v< .-T.T.-N PLNT AT.1'PTO Le %
"li'. :" "" '"delinquent ta -payer of poll ,:r pitation t.x. and any tLONG LOTTON PLANTATION L.
R "- ...U n amount paid to thi Tax Ai:vs-,.,r ond C'4ikckr wnder w1
JH an'l'byvirttreof suchnii.eor. gaimiabhilent shall be as r v I T a
S.igft;Eaa 'g'g"?^? fa'*y ;Jgobd as a crei .1"ns the aruount l, a edi.a ,.. e
salary or. wages, or in any other manner, to such dekin- (l1N tbe frst d-v'ofJanuarynext;-I w'ill rent for one A!
t~ qu nt [ 0 year, to: be h~igliest bidder,- at Oeala. in M -,rinn th;



Y virtueof the authority in me vested by law, I have j _FOR SALE1.. ....Sijfsli --
A/*l M 3 Tii -L> levied upon twelve thousand acres of Land, lying' J>A-"6"O' .'i '
W catches adl wJwelry. in Orange County, on the South side of, Lake Monroe, 1f StOI ,fi
T i i in Township 19, South of Range 30 gast, and will expose -.UU..ead O-..0
the same at Public Sale, at the Court House, it Orlando,
(G-TEO. A T.-E CT"1 on the 1st Monday in April next. i., A t @6 P He-^:0 ~1
'% .* '* '< / J -.- l _. 2 .a 1_[ L e v ie d u p o n a s V ie p r o p e r ty o f J m se p h Y in e g a n tb
satisfy the ta-zes due thereon for the year 1.866. For turther particulart arfnlv at Ulo.w "i/
WATCH-MAKER AND JELWI',S Also at the same time and place will be sold nine June 16-tf
(y .' *' iI thousand three hundred and eighty acres of L~nd in e 1 .. r ,
Bfe ifai OCE AN STR EE T, sa said County of( m' zn, I ua t.:-d in Township 15 ..r.e 16, -- "; ''. ,
-^^ l,.a. ; South of Ranges 27 and 28 East, on the West side of ': "*
S t. Johun-,-Rii'. Lake. George. Levied upon as thepro- "e
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. rity of Mov. c. luvyfo satisfy the taxes due theron- '_
2"1 1 .fr the year 1876.. COMFORTARE DWELLl.G THUE Co
[7'EEPS consa~tnay on hand a well selected stock of i Also at the same ;m niand pla,.e will be void fifteen A vini,-nt!y ;tuat,.d, with eigrt wel/nrilahed 'Roed it*
L_ fineWatches-and Jewelry, and all other a hti thousand a6res of Land in "said County of Orange, situa- anaal1 ne<-.'ctarr oitbuildings..PosseBstobei.nralth .
usually kept by the trade, which he offers to the public 'ted in Township 16, and 17, South of Range 27 and 28, 1st cf.'Janury imxt. --. .
it reduced prices. on the-West side of St. Johns Biver.,, Lake.eorge.-- AJI one :'i" ,e..t building Loteinit e city, enclosed "
'** :,* : T Levied upon as the property of M oses E. Levy, to satis- and improved. Apply to
iy rhe ta-uv due tl,er I.:. t l..i the .eiab t.%SC.. ..J. DA.I .
. A L^ K OV .. .* ....._,.- ,~, A, .:.gane m -ah. .l- ,w T --^.P-s,,,a-T -e -- ,:,ssvel^v. -f:- .' i ..i
-*" thlou*:,nla..lle.ofLa^.t l.^^.dj ,)n tthe W est side of
UJ+LERY! South of Ranges 26, and 27 East. L.i,.d up,, as the I K :t
property o Moses E. Levy, to "satis.y tht.I taxes due l -, U
dS.EING Mof NSS thereon tbr the year 1866-. C. A. .S"K.INNE.r. pe 'y pdl te tv
SEI7,1'G- ls,, tthe same time and place, I'ill -sell as the prop .-T--Yo~g ftelde JJco rlea l isiy. .
JtD A VARIETY 01 OTH-ER .,4tTJCL_E$, erry of Aoses E. Levy, foi -taxes due thereon-forth year ar_ ofipeleein the lato s r tlea '
" ..z ~ ~~~1866. seven thpusanid and four hundrigd acres of Land, a;-n~ ,:evd nonthlk, 1". 7-- -
All kinds of repairing done-at short notice, and 'work !ituatodon Vekiga Creek, in Orange Count$,, in Town- R tlesidence corner Oceanl.nad For~ythstreets 1, .
warranted At the old stand of C. D. Oak, Ocean h i ', n.ndI u,. -.,.ti. of'Range 29 East, andTowhp Sept 15--etf. .", ..
,reet, A. M. Reed's Building. Feb. 3-tf 1 ,, So ilih i li.,e 30 E- ,t. : -
,, 0 *] ..,),at ti-,...,,,,in. tini,, ii,.1 la.'e T ie f-,r, l tl o tw o- A L B ERTu J '. R ,'S>;E L T :
Co A. -o C A {~^ ~"~' b '''^ ~^^ -\n4, thr e-e h un,,,i.- ,1 tul l :,,- 82- 1-o ae crs? ofL an d situa- E LL. .. '. ". ^
-A _A ,-_5'lj & CJ O' tel in Oring,_-County, in lro,,nqhip l&,* hath rf Ra'of -e,., l f.arofner .%T,...*
2t4 E.-t. Lernid up.:n -I thcpr,>r-er.oi 01 George It. F.Afr- Prctical Cirpenter and- dbbe
.-. ;banksk, to 6alir ty t <- ta xes due t Lciieon for theyear1866. IIL exec ute all orjer,3.(Q lfis linole within~ l ]t
S JEWELERS,Alsoat the same timc',r in.i plave, I will sell'four thou- W in the ff.wt workmanlike map F" Fw e.Sej
:.* sand and fifteen acres 0o .in.1, ,iL.o.:tedl nebar Lake Jes- paiied and varnished. ,)4 ' : :. '. ., sup in Oranpe Count%. Levied up. n a.- i re properrv ofr atterns f.r machinery hi e wfien wiat .d.-
Henry Young. to-.i.:t'y the t.jxes due therpon for "the Fo.r-yth St., Dext to Car~tnt &' Son. .IT
r'.a year 1866 -. .:: .:.Feb 16--tf
Also at. the same time and place;,I will sell two thous- ; ',' 5. 'r,',
SQ skmlf^^^ H d acreBsof Land situated in Orange. ;County.- Levied C. 13 0WE, jr. (r*1
!a ^K-\ AIL / ^A S O~~~Fon asthe prupe-rty of 3. G. Stavje-eers tatisiy the p ,*ilfvTT"^'".'"-
Sxes due thtiton lor im.year rG. to &ElX ..
C'"Sheriff and Rx-Offiblia Tax Collector.""
'- ^ S. ^iC3 -..'"^^O an ,County. 71 B KOA W VKW.Y B U^ *
P ROMPT ,a ttn ,ng inI 1sD 'f
^ t. o __o, V. ^ iWHISKER8-! WHISKERS! "BOMPT attest n gimt0ltsofmerhmB -4.
~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i c''L'" -1dc,[u~adqopm issiiomand 4beral.
S-\ _ 1 -T fcR'L 0 Montez' Corrolin, the greatest -fiiulator in e ill.o'r,.. .u .--o. lir .
5 \\, ^./,/ >,.'f lU the world, wfll forge -IlViskcr- or B-lu,tihes ,o o? ,'-' -. r^ e
. Z ./V . ,grow on the smoothest face or chin; never known to fail. i.F BJ ir n wav" e r aop M., ,'-mj^ 8^ a g
1 .-5 --': '- ' . Sam p les tfort >1 l ifi e,: to a ny one d esirou s of testing g street M 'cs -r ]'h: o n U" .. .. ns,& O.^ Bm ,- 10 0 8
r '% :^ ':itsmerits. ed,' P. R,.% r,&C6., 78 Nassau8. Y. 3" : ,' i 1 Bow l i ^ f
OVD DEALER-z IN XirE WATCHES,-;SILVER ASug-8-m "6 :nW,' .atai
q,VAIKE .JEW ELRY AND GOLD PENS.&:. ., ----T-r,- "rT'r" "T ,'x,--T.r- ....
LGENI' fotheAnicri-.nr.,Ilteut Isochronal' chrof: _:JOs. 0. 'WITHAM. -..,X. c. OGILoYIE. lI F I 1K AIET ALIC,/ UlJlA.i .... :
. ,.im ct rr T c' nfi n e-t ',n:,t..h in t,,.- w orld, A m mbr tic n .. .- -
Iv.r'Vate tche>. fint-.lever movement;, tion .0n to 1100, Patent JLaLll^V ,U ,Ci .1JiU! L .EJ, '-'A -; ,' "WITM" &.. -
qE.ry studi aum1 : 4eeve buttons, a n ,- "rlei', Arf l , '' ". ; ." '. "
cure and ca-myot be lost, we b'r.-alr.:: t!.' "nr ..i q :..1 .7-E] -I^P B ,O .K E :S ^^, -.^. .?^-..- .a ,-
Lge- ,. l> )uih- ,i. .r n ,, .,.,,,' i. XND "",. .