Florida union
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 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: July 22, 1865
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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 by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00017
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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THE FLORIDA UNION The cause of his'delay was ,the writ of b and 1 i' served and .
protracted! struggle jtwcjn life man, one term, was beaten in 185$
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY habeas rorPusissued by Judge Wylie, in be death. Atzenlott, the list of the four, seem- .by Hon. H. N. Colquitt. -, ....
is J. K. sri C K N E Y .half of on Mrs.the Surratt. The writ had been issued ed to pass away very quietly. The p opleremalncd In private life Mr. Johnson !is beloved...ana .
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execution, and spell-bound for a few minutes and respected, and as a lawyer he is' the peer of ,
TERMS : I the endorsement of th President'sulpending!; :all was'silent. There were those there who the brightest and best of his profession Jfe .

Two Dollars per Annum in Advance.Ko its action 'was.- readin': the Court at about 12 had turned away their heads, determined not congratulate the people of the State ,rights .
subscriptions taken for less than Three months. o'clock.
Single copies five cents. to gaze upon the awful spectacle, who a moment appointment. He is learned and good-man' ,
; ADVKBTISING: THE TIME COME. after could not resist a sight of the sick- and we doubt not his policy will be wise'

At ening scene. Others yore taken by liber\ nndjust.
about one o'clock there :
; STIIFO of Tin Vonpsriel Linen or was a busy
flornpvin"Two tfoUr the Fame spa*.e, for first insertion : One show of preparation ; the soldiers tymiied two I surprise, and gazing elsewhere were suddenly We are glad to'be able to state that the appointment ..
doDarfnrpiChs'thsequ'tit tn<:e"Uon. sides of a hollow-square the south and cast reminded that the fetal: deed was done. Governor Johnson was a.volun* '

A liberal le:tnct on made to permanent advertisers. of the scatfold. Their bayonets had been -.---- ... tary tribute to his worth, excellence.an t .'\..
JOT PRINTINGIn stacked heretofore but :ability. President Johnson knew him'well
now every man bandied The Races of the SoaJh TJin Prospectand ....
M They were in Congress and messed together..
styli, neatly and promptly executed. hiSjgun with military precision. Presently Danger of A.nt'"nl"nl..
the door His appointment was not the result of
-- -- narrow was opened from the any
A Charleston! : (S C.) c )nvi: : k"nt of a
inside, and two soldiers scheme or intrigue on the part of the.appointee
with four
[Fro-n the Sivinnaa Herald.lThe emerged I'
arm-chairs which carried Boston paper, writes that. 'the w r-t nig i ln/e: or his friends, but the net and deed !of j "
they to the raised
of the Imagination Con
Execution platform, and cirefally turanged them. There (in Charleston: ) i i-i the growth of a bitter<< and Andy Johnson, who knew his friend and .> '
between blacks and whitesagap
aspirators.t hostile spirit
that he "worthy and well
were four chairs four four qualifiestl"While -
ropes, graves, .,
between the races: which it !
-- -- rude coffins. Quietly the soldiers-descended. opening it is true that Gov. J. was in Washington .

t From the detailed account* of the execu- I The sun hotter and hotter but the would seem, mny at fonw tiTHe result se when the selection was made, lie was
grew spectators ,
tion of the great criminals concerned in the maintained: their ground unflinchingly, riously. The blame for this stale of things .not there for the purpose of getting officehe :- .
. assassination of President Lincoln and the for they had come to see an extraordinary is attributed by some to the whites by others did not resor*. to any of the shallow tricksor

attempted murder of Secretary Seward, we spectacle. General Hancock appeared in the to the negroes, by others to Bostonbusybodies transparent devices which are too often .

condense the following : prison yard some moments previous, and di- who have gone South and stirred up used to bring men before the lp blic. He had '
animosities of race.
rected the formation of the line &c. formed no comlCnations, subsidized no press .}
THE SCAFFOLD : military ,
There is no doubt whatever that there j is
promised no places, and therefore he enters
A few minutes after
The yard of the old penitentiary building very one o'clock, the danger in the fature. to the blacks
) door very great 1 I upon the discharge of the duties of his office
narrow again opened and the
WAS the place: select d as well for the erection sion moved on. It wa=? but, a short proces-\\ of the Southern States from the antagonism s j unembarrassed. We arc glad of this, and -

of tu4: gut )W* as tu'J s'nt upon which their they had to make-some thirty or of the two races which inhabit them. In !j hope that the precedent which the President. i .

r :n 11,13 L1) ild he interred. from their cells to their scaffold. A few I I every respect the whites are the dominant */ has set in this case will be followed, and the "
T.i; s ,..lrJl: w H erecte.I out of substantial further their I I race, and wouln renviin: FO though the ne- 5 rule shall be hereafter that "the office shall h

} tim )jr,*. It w Lo; tw .lty fe:t in length, twenty steps to receive on were them. : gaping General graves j groes had the ballot to-morrow. They are j seek the man, lift the man the office and '

ty1.1 feat hi;li, eleven f feet wide. The waiting Hartranft the Major dominant as regards numbers, being: more those who are engaged in the "wild hunt' ,", ,
hei'ln i : of tie It thorn from the ground' was proceeded cortege, then came than twice as numerous as the blacks throughout may understand that the offices the county -t" -.

I te/ t>t. T.ia trap-doors, extending the MRS. SURRATT. the 1 late slave St-iles.: In consequence a of are not to be sought after. and run down '

wnle! : le.i;th 0./ the platform were secured l lt She was supported by a soldier, and by this they will be d minant ag regards politi- like wild beasts.-Afacon Telegraph.The '. .
i/ir.n :hi.i: t s. T,vo loa.s pieces of scant- Fathers Wiget and Walter. All eyes were cal power, they will be dominant also as re-l -----.5-- ,, .... ,i

f linr: att.i.:' 131 1 to rops* nea? the ground turned upon her. Her hands were fastened gards the possession of n\il rotate and ; Aiiilcrsoiiwillc Dead ArrivalAVorkiiis1 or .81' ;

, fir.il.11: 1 tii3 leV' r\. T.lsre was a wide stair- b hind her back with handcuffs. She was 1. tal. So fer: as contrl1in.Intcllcct. nervous Party to Mark the Graves.

' w i; 1 let I'M ; to the I pl1tform. From the upI dressed in a black dress of bombazine: or. energy ambition, education, sellpog pgsion Captain James M. Moore, Assistant Quar-

I; ) !' pie,? of th j fra ne d.ui.;lcvl loosely in the some similar wollen fabric. A narrow white and self-dependence, constitute elements\ of termaster, United States Army arrived by I

1 hi J ily s 1.1 f.> ir )ic.ci of rope abojt half ruffle with a black bow of ribbon encircledher dominancy, they will be with the whites.: I: the Virginia from Washington, Gth inst.,last .

[ aiKin i.i tVisiujJ nl I ei-il t'eit i:1: lei;tli. neck, Her dress was trimmed up 1 the So far as the power of a dominant: race is increased ;, evening en route Andersonville, (aeol 'is,

. A'. tu'if e 11< wj.-e ib ir n >3es, with hangin waist with square: black buttons, and a black by the cxcrcise of power, and by the I I left Washington under orders from th# Secretary :: -
i I's k n.s 01* n i';tf prop' mioas. It was a jet breastpin fastened at the throat. Her possession of hereditary and historical; tree- of War to proceed with an adequate

.. sic; ; ILl ; si; it to witness when we rem emI hands Were engloved. She wore a black dom, in opposition to inherited and inherent working force to Andersonville, Sinter

b I:.v.1 I t.i it s > J 1 tief wo lid cacti contain a silk bonnet, the strings of which fluttered servility, by so much also will the continued County, for the .purpose of electing head

s 1 11.L !lt;;, lifelesj, ; ho Iy. Tile ropes were loosely in the wind, and a thin node veil supremacy of the white race in the South be i f boards le ces, etc., to mark in a tilting manner '
l-.i-ialfft-ct, The completed her attire. Her feet encased guaranteed. Some ot these features of character ,, .
IL1); ;d t ) itt1v-t1.1 apirt. were : the graves of the thousands of ill-fated --
}pi\ l.{J. u iv i ; s .n ; fty feet from tIle SOUth I in black lasting gaiters, tipped with leather.It I and condition may be changed in the Union soldiers who perished in the stockade
willoi'ui.'p-'i-1>> U.1. A tew feet further on, wa:; with difficulty that: she was enabled to course of ages; but the ages come around I' prison at that place.:

war fur :IT.MVJJ f i ir fjet in depth, and by ascend tile stairway. Her fcewlS: flushed I :slowly.:! : _. _... Captain Moore brought with him on the E*
11.-ir .+'[.i b iv\;j.\s pll: ; 1 (f,) .ir pi'ie, unplaned J I somewhat, and her expression, although she Under these circumstances. or Milder any Virginia seven thousand head-boaids, quanti. f _l

bj.w'Jf ui, s.> > i w.)JL! lathe to,ir tenajU.: I mule: an effort. to appear calm and composed\ circumstances whatever, it i is: malignant: and ties of tencing ready put together, and t fourteen .
showed that she was endtrring the most terrible criminal on the part of anybody, and especially I thousand feet of ]lumber to be used in t
T [:: SJ.t.tJSDIS3S.T agony. She said something to her attendants on the part of those who claim to l.e the work enclosing and distinguish the ,..
rj yird of ihi p jit ai.lry is a large one, and with their support ascendedthe the exclusive advocates and admiicrs; of the I; resting places of the martyred Union sol ;

an 1 ct) ibe' ; of h )1 l.Iia ; tw.) or three tho is- platform and took her seat, with the negro race, to stir up such feelings, or inaugurate |I diers. The material, altogether, composes '
nil l p J.l l j It "H: s irr >jailed by a thick brick dangling noose close before her. Her spiritual such courses of action and policy: as the full cargo of the steamer.

will, a MI twjry: feet in IW!.rlt.: On its advisers whipered words of comfort in will increase the growth of the "bitter and The working party is to be superintendedby

\vo ns.1.5 t11e;\. is a mus'iye iron gate, her ear. hostile spirit between the blacks and whites," I Ir., Joseph S. Walker, and includes a
fro r!in ; oa the P tom ic. O.i its eastern side + I which, we are told, is showing itself in the force carpenters numbering tbui teen men .
aaeitrmjismile! : by g ,ii. through the I South. The negroes of the South, who' can'' ten painters; and letterers, four clerks, two or-
1 pi< Jl. Mvjor gjii-jr.il Hirtr.uuc has hide : George A. Atzerott, with mortal terror I lately slaves, arc very credulous, and I derlies }md five laborers. "

')(iu n 1'11 01* me; *) gro ind and the custody depected on his ashen-hued face, followed. easily be made; to believe that the whites are All the materials: too.s, paints, etc., Capt.
of tol ):imer.i ; evjrsLicj their arrl st. Ar David E. Harold came next, and took his their enemies and that everything they do, Moore brings with him, and everything is
iinMit 4 o{sal.licr3; have: been encamped:1 in seat near Atzerott. Lart of all came Lewis or attempt to do l \\ ith reference to the blacks fu.ly prepared tor the immediate commencenient --.

ft M ) : i ? > in 1 1.1 ;. nl t the s-iin j guards Thorton Powell, alias Payne. He took his is done for the purpose of injuring them.- of the work.

h-tv\j:: n )t, liaun permitted two days in succesbi seat quietly. All the parties were securely They will be made; thievish, perpetually There i is, however, a very serious obstacle-

'> i to t-I'w c i ir ge of the pris )ner$. Every handcuffed. told that their late m isters lived bv plunder to the further progress of Captain Moore and

elf: 1:1 th it; iugtinuity; could devise was made ALL IS READY. ing them; will be nrule indolent if daily told ,.Jiis party, namely, entire lack of transportation. -

t.) pre.-e.it thi,n fro n obtaining any news of forward that their wages are too little; will become' The resources of the Quartermaster's -
\viitriHp'.riaaro.iaJ: them, ant at I Harold then first stepped althoughall instant, insolent. if taught to be so; and will be transformed ,i Department at this Post are inadequate for
almost at the
tam i i i in ti n j to I p *e nisi any p is/ible col- four of them and adjusted.same Harold into n vast body of worthlessness, degradation the overland transportation::! of the shipload) '
to have theirc.lps ropes and wretchedness, unless! they are arrived and it will be-
1 IJ* ') i wit,i o Iti.l-* p irtie affected. The material which has ,
* Th diy wa ettrj.nlwarm.; At the appeared to be then pulled overs head.It taught the dutiex of their new position, and equally impracticable to attempt to reach'the- I
i sjve/al haidi-od yards from thepe.tite.ititrY muslin cap was unless these duties are sternly enforced. destination via Macon, from which Anderr-
oite.-gtie, and when the noose was
a crowd 01' vehicles: of everyd fitted tightly, he something' Nothing would be easier than to increase sonville is distant nearly eighty milts.-Savannah .l
whispered the
being adjusted of race: in
extend the antagonism
I and Herald.
ilances con-
+ ripiioa w 13 ca lecte 1. Amb Atzerott
enter about the knot being too large. I South. It is strong enough already; but it is ) \
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tab: D..t military m3i were outside. just before the cap was pulled over his head, still within bounds. Bv the efforts of good New Military Arrangement... .. a
ant private carriiges were kept voice
said in a loud though tremulous continued !labors of the
Liter the latter rule was men, and by the G. Meade! is now in,'
iu the diy, however, "Gentlemen, take ware, and after the cap and the I patriotic press, it Major General'George 1
njl S3 strictly oerve' .l. Waen we enteredat was pulled down, he said, "Good bye, all Christian pulpit transformed and improved until command of"The Military Division 'or the- '
the W3stern g ite we were accosted by a gentlemen who are before me now," and might relations of good w ill between the Atlantic supposed to extend item" .\ the-- e '
beteY bg.iird. T.ie sentries were being stationed then after the rope was fixed about his neck, permanent established. If it is to be Northern boundaries of:Maine to the B van--
oa the pirapet: of the high walls that "May, we all meet in the other wold. otherwise two races-were if hatreds are to be engenderedit nah River-part of the boundary line be- \
e.i ircle the gro inds, and with well-burnish- time Mrs. Surratt bad remov- to' twecn South Carolina and Geor graThe-
In the mean take much less than a century produce
will \ '
el ntlem, )anted giant: only a few feet ed her bonnet and handed it to the priest, of races, in which the doom of latter State and Florida are .no=longer in .
ap lrt. Little fear was entertained that the and Atzerott and Harold gave their hats to the unfortunate a war blacks need not be forecast. I "The Department of the South":: tliu reducing \ ,

crimiails would attempt to escape, but every their attendants. Payne had two muslin [New York Times, 11th inst.I I the Department to the single Sffrtaof"( ,
.mtion observed. We ap- around his South Carolina, which is under comm'and: of"Major
was tied-the one
neceisary prec
tightly .
ban ..
ages ,
prtuched an entrance to the building on the 'knees and the,other about his ankles, just --- ;e.------ General. Q.. A. Gillmore. ';. s> .. ., ....
8)Itl: s de, and easily gained admittance.For above his feet. A,bandage was also securely The Provisional Governor of Georgia. Georgia is under command in ?y i aloic jjiene-

an instant we were allowed to remain in :fastened around the_ knees, of Mrs. 'Surratt, Hon. James Johnson, of Muscogee, the re- ral Steadman, whose headquarters'arq.at' Au- i"' .

the room where the prisoners were',confined.t .. and the others were similarly secured. cently appointed provisional Governor of gusta. !
'few,relatives of ; born in Robinson county, N. Florida is under command ofMajor;&ene- -
t a Clergyman, the glardl1nd a THE DROPS FALL. Georgia, was '
ill I the cdmi gala were thereinto We. vf6Te ushered -- .. .. but with his father came to Greene counC. rat Humphries, with.headquartersat1'alla.- t
;-- this time they were all in readiness ,ube > I. several and then on,the Gulf side. .,
another of the prison :where reporter Bv ,ty' Ga., resided there years, hassee,
were bjsily part engaged !otting:down'' items launched into eternity. It: was had twenty At- settled in Henry''county, where he grew up It strikes us that East Florida .should bejoined *

obtained froai aud others who naflbeen minutes ater: one o'clock.{ ,Scarcely_ torasinhood. He'w.ts educated at Franklin to this Department, as Fertoatidina: ,. \
guards speaking hen an officer in hon 'Jacksonville and, oUHjflargecities bi j
in attendance. zerdott finished College and graduated h the highest St. Augustine, t
front of the p1 tform gently clapped his bands in a class of which Mr. Stephens, Governor can he reached so much "m.oret!r adflyfrom 4.
;, A .DELA three times At the very instant when he ors H. V. Johnson, Mr.. Win. H/Crawiord, these Headquarters than., ir W.s-ither .

Tae order for the execution said between, had done; the Jever was pulled, the large and'Judge' Benning: were members. After,i I Augusta or Tallahassee. As now' dab ged 1 ,

,. the h rjrs! often and two o'clocknda: any blocks supporting the.uprights, were knocked leavinsrcollegehe.taught school and studied it must. be not only an inconvenieiice;'but a t

In)meat between those hours,the sad cortege tra doore fell.with adulJ, .sluggish law, married. daughter, of Richard _Harris,' serious. drawback"to the rapid development 10 t.

m:;'rt be ex)xted. The sun ,came own'Wltt1 Sound, 'well-greased: : hinges. A Esq of.JOnes county!) and removed to. Russell of that part of Florida along the- Atlantic' .,. .
Intense force on the brick walls,of, the second Xrwards.'four bodies were dangling, : have co nty/ Alabama, and engaged, m.the- coast and St. Johns River.....:.2Vew :8outttinstant. lGtA 1.-tI './

-riteatiary: and the.courtard,'surrounded Intheair. Mrs. Surratt 'appeared to? practice of profession,where he in a shortTime '
by missive walls which excluded, every one slight movementofheStalone took'rank.with. the ablest. men of the. # .. 4 .. .t

brut: of air, was almost overpowering... : I ,was visible,. ;and Payne and State. : .. .., Judge }. N. Cooley( ,of, Iowa, orierof the .. .;.,,r I
his'shonlders '
Still the crowd were,patient They came to. 'PVC one or two shrugs of :Harold. About the year'1813 he returned to. Georgia Tax Commissioners of South ;Laroti, has. .- ?. .f r
thai bowever\Vith \ :
see the exec ition, and ,tbey well'. knew. 'al1 was.over; N'ot'so, for few and settled in Columbus, where he has been appointed Commissioner! of Indian Affaire : c
noimmy hours'ould elaTIO before their' cu He swayed backward and forward a Jince resided. In 1851 he was elected to lion..W. P. Dole, having .'.
\ and resided "
1 feet an "
clock of his ,
o was.a lifflm? 1 district Union !
tit would be gratiaedTTwelve I Congress from second as a [New & ins : .
of QeD. that indicted a violentand,
rolled by and still there was no sign Ration of his body .

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i. .1 lDriiht'.nion. Georgia railroad commences and extendsjoj that the'business of the road warranted, additional AN AFFLICTED PAT8E8.a;;
1 : iht } w :given ofthe, life of Payne alias Powell
1 [ Quincy, about twobundred miles.from'Jack- trains. it
.. itself to usHbat it?:would ultimately will be_ noticed that he resided in this State.
1, j sonville.t1Q.q. I station some twenty- "jt'ggest8 ;
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; five miles from Lake( *City**"* a branch- 'T),road-" extends 'be bestfor_ the_ ;; two companies between The father callJd!, a,onus: one day this week. :

I ; : f I and Tallahassee to ofosolidate.-: : He.resides on a.. .plantation three miles from .
I JACKSONVILLE m.Yi 1865./ to the Savannah and Gulf 'road.ThfiY .- here .
.. 'I is Live Oak Sta lionontl Pensacola :,
that impracticable. a &'
presume, : : Georgia
\ '\ :. miles fromTallahassee1s; :, a'road eightmiles'.in For ,the, .present, we:
Zi ,( BE-OPEtfING OF ..AI'J.,BOAB' I 'COMMIJ.lOnTbnrsday .- .'., length leading to Monticello. At ., Nevertheless :we see_ noireasoi :(why Railroad.] .: He lost one son at the battle ofjlbrfrcsboro

,... ; <. NICA. 'I eN.. Tallahassee road twenty miles in an arrangement t cannot be. effected? 'whereby ,;:another returned home maimed
; 1 0 throe gh. We for life. "Lewis" was his only hope in
; : last week the first through length runs to St. Marks. Under the present passengers cannot go straight hold

t', : 5 -train from Lake City arrived at Jacksonville. arrangement a traveller leaves Jacksonville fail to see where the local interests of any of age. The afflicted father was a Baptist

: "TThis places us in direct, connection with the at two or three P. M. on Monday- ;) i* and,arrivesat the intermediate towns would suffer by any .minister, as has been stated. We must nee

Interior:the State for distance of interest of the essarily pronounce just the terrible .
a two The true punishment
i ...:" .. Lake City the same evening ar. seven or such arra gement.
hundred miles with branch roads accomodate the travellingpublic to the son, but we can not withold
running eight; there he is compelled to lay over till 1 companies isto I I our
:ineach'direction. The benefits derived from four the'following morning then a train leaves ; to make their interests subservent to deepest sympathy for the heart stricken parent

: re-opening this route are already manifest in for Tallahassee and Quincy, making connec- the convenience of a few individuals or form or esteem LinUess as a we rthymau and

other products of the country which are daily ler is not only subject to a vexatious delay, 'a monoply of transportation is both un- THE EQUALITY OF ALL MEN BEFORE THBLAW.

f Arriving at this place, and the shipments of but does not even gain the advantage of a wise and unjust. .-We publish herewith General Orders

"goods,' of all descriptions, which are daily full night's rest. It is stated that the condi- THE WORK OF. BE-CON8TR1TCI'ION.. No. Seventy-seven-issued by General A. H.

1.eit g sent into the interior in exchange. tion and interests of the Pensacola and Georgia Terry commanding the Department of Virginia
of Hon. B. F. Perryas i
With the appointment
This is usually a dull season at the Southa road will not permit night travel. There Carolina i by which, it will be seen that{ the testimony .

":,i i sort interim between the Spring and are importnnt stations on the road, and con- Provisional Governor of South of negroes is admissible as evidence in
all of the late seceded States, with the excePtion -
: Fall replenish
trade, during which the merchants nections which render it esential that trains all cases of litigation, civil or criminal
; : of Florida, have been thus provided, ,
their stocks and
prepare should pass over it in the day time. The expense road towards whether the parties to the suit are.white or
the Or and so put on the direct high
coming season. perhaps, we i
business, condition of road and rolling colored. .
relations with their
their former
'should such has been the The resuming
f say stock at present warrant only triweeklytrips. This practice seems to have obtained ty all
and the Federal Government
close of the has removed all for sister
war necessity With all these connections and facts military commanders a precedence throughout
c 'restriction,! on trade or free commercial intercourse under the good old flag of the Union. Our .
before us we see no reason why passengers the entire South. Two cases Lave teen
all the and the cotemporary of the Savannah Herald suggeststhat
Aver country, should not be transported to their places of recently tried in this district, while under Ute
business men have been subjected to the appointment of a lilitary.Govemorwill
noyance destination without detention. The fact that : command of General Vogdes, and the partita
thereof. There is no reason now that the be necessary for Florida, and assigns as a .
daily trips are at present impracticable renders convicted on similar testimony...
.coming season should not open briskly to all reason therefor that a loyal man having the
such an arrangement more important.The .- ,; -+ .---
I If kinds of business. With the line of steamers requisite capacity and qualification cannot be ,
condition of the road to CONFEDERATE PACKING HOUSE ScRJP.-
1 according engineers ;
:' .shortly to be put on the route from" Savannah found in the State, and in that connection he
: and others supposed to he capable of : Quite a quantity of the Confederate PackingHouse
we shall be easy of access from the North. mentions the namesof Brevet Brigadier Gen-
iwlging, will allow a speed of twentyfivemiles shinplaster currency is, we rndir-
; With this, and advantages of river and ra.1i- !I rals Noble and Littlefield. Both excellent I
E ]per hour, exclusive] of stops, except a : stand, in the hands of the people about the
:I Toad communication which it now possesses, men, as we know, and doubtless admirablywell
few miles between Jacksonville and Bald- As the
: that
country. party issuing scrip has
; for the of the dutiesof
Jacksonville ought to speedily ari e from its qualified discharge I
win. We will suppose a train leaves Jacksonville lately promised to redeem at in specie
.J ashes and resume its former position in the that office, but the people of Florida are par -
at five A.I.. :Monday. Allowing probably his share with the informer in the
t I commercial world. I not ]particularly in love with the name or
I !
for the extra care in running over the newly : profits of thecontiscatinagbusiness has enabled
"I{ We hope now we shall soon see efforts nature of anything military, the last four !
i imperfectly; laid: track: two hours, is cer- him to be thus liberal-we would, therefore
i made to rebuild the burnt portion of t the city, years experience having satiated their appetite ,
tainly sufficient to reach: BaldwK( A train advise holders to their bills
c I: to place the streets and si ids- 'arks in order I and desire for that kind of life and government present at the
could here be in rendiness to start for Cedar bank of St. Johns, located at in Lake
t present
'; t again, to refit the .*as-works and to put the and are anxious to be restored to
I Keys, with little detention by transfer of passenger City, for redemption. By the is it not
I city in proper trim to receive the renewal of restored to their civil rights and duties under way
-. The remainder of the distance to rather funny that the Confederate'
business in its streets and warehouses and on that Constitution which guarantees to each
Lake City is a tritle over forty miles. There House should be seized tor confiscation: by
form of
the wharve State a "a republican government.
we believe, rive stopping places. Allowing the Confederate
are, packer ?
4t We are aware that the illegal and unwnr-I Furthermore we would state for the information -
i fifteen minutes stoppage at Baldwin and .
rantable proceedings of the officers of our cotemporary, that Florida will -- = ---- "
i 'en minutes each at other stations would
United States Court have deteriorated the advancement -I not find it necessary to import a candidatefor AN AFFRAY.-A controversy arose le-:
mike ten A. M. the hour of arrival Lake
I at
4 of the place, and exerted a bad the office of Governor, as she has plentyof iweenti soldier of the [rd U. S. C. T., ai.d
City. Allowing half( an hour for changes at
1 : influence throughout the State. The bad reputation her own sons within her bordeis who are"native one of the 84th, as to who was the ]law tr.1
that stating the train would ]leave at halt
1 we have gained abroad :s mainly and to the manor born" and pos- husband of a black woman here. It suns
I ten. From Like City to Tallalris" i ii isone
< due to their actions. In casting upon us the pest : ) ce sess all the qualifications requisite for the that the woman in question, .(:me time since
hundred md five miles. At twcntv-five
i' reflection that there were not loyal men i ? Y office of Governor, be the same: military or was married to the soldier of the 3rd. "Wl.cu
I i miles! hour this would he accomplished
( ) : enough in Florida: to warrant the appointment per provisional.We Lie regiment went to the interior the soldier ..

j f of other than a military 1 Governor, the; in a trifle over four hours. There are ten hear the names of Judge Marvin, of went too. The woman considering that

.f :press has based that opinion upon the tardiness !I stopping places between the place Allowing Key West, :Mr. Myrick, of Marianua, West made her a widow married the 34th man.

:J'1'' of her people in moving in the matter. I thirty minutes stop at Madison station to( Florida, and Hon. S. L. Burritt, of Jackson- The return of the "3rd" man rtmleied! : matters -

f' In no State have the people been more sub- dine, fifteen minutes at the junction of the ville mentioned in connection with the office somewhat complicated. The\ parties

: .missive or more eager to resume their old re- Monticello road, and ten minutes :at the remaining I of Provisional Governor. Probably the next with their friends met on Fors yth Street near:

lations with the United'States than in Florid: I I'j : eight stations; together with other mail will bring us the news of the appoint- the :Mansion: Louse and had a regular set to.

'j .But as quick as they dared show their faces I It I delays, we will say two hours and a half, i iI is ment of one of those gentlemen to the officein Considerable brusing and blood ]lettingas

,t beyond the picket ]line: these officials rushed thus consumed; added to four hours, make question. I tl.c consequence. N one was fatally irjued,
I six hours and a half, m making: the hour of arrival .
fearful least
a out like: vu'tures, an amnesty 1 pioclamntion -

.: : should deprive them of :a portion ;I at Tallahassee: five P. M. Allowing the I "THE NEW EU \." ..-. -

; of their pickings. We know that these ]proceedings (usual stoppage (one hour) at Tallahassee! and I This is the title of a newspaper Decently ECOURAGIXG.The new advertiseircntsand

of distrust ten minutes at each of the three way stations, established at Gainesville over the ashes of
created a feeling
; among
professional cards of T. T. Lc Dr. A.
the train would leach Quincy at seven P. M. the Cotton States which in the dark of g
: the days
: the people, even when amnesty proclnf. S. Baldwin, John S. Sainmis, C. Sitiger, "Wra.C. .
:1 Thus the entire journey would be accomplished secesh times used to the lines
f. come over to
t oration was published, but we can assure:\ 01 r .1 etfre J s, and others, aflbid gcod : evitlei.ce
readers who have taken the oath of allegiance without compelling travellers to start us printed on a half sheet of paper. We of an increasing bu inu s. '\

under the amnesty proclamation in sincerity. or arrive at unreasonable hours, any vexatious used to think while endeavoring to glean _- 1i

t i and kept it inviolate that the Government delays] or night travel The return trip on news from its columns, our eye-sight was -- ;

: will protect them in all their restored rights the following day could( be made on the same failing, and that we should prematurely be HDQKS.RiCUMo DEPT.&D. VA.OF,VIRGINIA June:13. f}

,!t as citizens of the Unite:1 States. Speculators 1 1I time-tabe. This being the direct line, passing compelled to don spectacles. The New) Era The laws of the State ot Vii inia', :;r.d the

and others who come here to avail theInt'I' I, through and connecting the most important comes to us printed legibly on a large full ordinances of the difiei ent uiunlul' 'ah u sti ltl-

: selves of the opportunity to purchase valuable )points in t the State, the branch railroads, i sheet. Its editorial columns indicate that its made in the restrain State, having the i-ei(onal uleiu.Ce liberty to of, liee tI.d

i of course make: their: time-table conform to : conductors alive to the fact
at low rates offered by the confiscation are that a new colored
i ..:. property I persons, were doigncd icr tie government
1 I ,g sales, would do well to look very it. Tile only one of any considerable length i era has been inaugurated in the South, and of such persons while living Mind a

I ; ." -carefully before they bid or they may be involved is the Cerlnr Keys road. The trains could I are ready to enter upon it with the proper population of colored slaves, they wtie ei acted

in litigation as to the validity of their !leave Baldwin soon after the arrival of the spirit. Unlike the new Floridian & Journalit in the interests of slave owners, md; vuie
l\ disigned for the
security of slave] :iiojeity ;
1 c titles. That the true policy of the Govern- train from'Jacksonville, reaching Cedar Keys is not so uncivil as to walk abruptly into they were substantially parts of the ) slave

t went is to encourage the development of a the same day; returning could leave Cedar the editorial assemblage without making its code. ,

'spirit loyalty in the South, and to restore Keys in time to connect at Baldwin with the bow. Slavery has been abolished in Virginia,and

1 '"the Southern States to the same political fo:>tin train returning to .Ju ckRon v iJ1('. The re- The press of Florida must play an important therefore reason of,the upon law the ceases principle, the la that witseli wheie) teases the,

,!! with the Northern is too apparent to admit maining branch roads would 1 have to vary I I part in molding the future of the State. The these laws and ordinances have t hec< Ire cUo-

./ of a doubt. We have good reason for but little from their present running time.- !! first.esential is the restoration of civil law in lete. People of color v\ill, henceforth eij(y

.stating that these unwarrantable proceedings This arrangement allows ten minutes stop at !such a manner as will preserve order and the the same.personal liberty' that other citizens

o '' :"by-officials whose own 1 loyalty might aumit every station, (many of which do not requiretwo liberties the people. To accomplish that and to the inhabitants same restraints enjoy and;, they the will same be |IUll subjtet 1 J.

: serious doubts the motive for which is too minutes. detention) ample time at all speedily unanimity is necessary. 'That issues ments for crime: that arc imposed on whites,

< .'apparent to all need no longer be an obstacle points to make changes, etc., where necessary. will arise in the future that will cause party and to no others.VagrantYhowever.".

*4 to the advancement of business. been lines to be drawn is the inevitable law ofpoli- : will not be permitted;
neither Whites
e' nor Blacks can be allowed to
,; t- ., *' One. thing to which our attention has been ma l of a journeyto tics, but the present i is not the time to raise abandon their proper occupations, : to tIe. eit!

; ..:t t. ,called, is the\ necessity for the different railroad Tallahassee on account of the long stops at these issues. .We now have a common cause their-families, or roam in idleness about: this

I J t ,.: impanies in the State to regulate their unimportant way-stations and the laying over with our cotemporaries.: We cordially greet Department ; but neither'Whites nor Blacks
will be
t ; ; L ... ;:timetables: and connections so that through at Lake City.Vhy a train should stand any who may enter the fraternity 'to aid in elsewhere restrained, when they from cannot seeking obtain employment it with

: ,, Y l \;\IA::'travehers can avoid delays and detentions.I .- still fifteen or twenty minutes when five minutes ] that cause. just compensation at their homes'nor fitmtravelling

I j :tf othing is more annoying to' travellers than is ample time to elo all that is necessary -.1 -r from: place to place on'pjoper andlegitimate

', to be seems rather when trains TifEFTS.-Some rascal was so hard up for business:
compelled to lay over at way stations strange. Surely '
:'"-in order to make connection. are run other the something on which to try' ,his professional AJntil the civil tribunals are re-establ>_bed,
.. The| railroad only every: day employeesof the,administration of criminal 'justice must,.
I .from Jacksonville; extends to Lake'City. At the roads can have their trains made. u Pin skill. ., as,to actually steal ,a bucket of water of necessity:, 'be bv military courts; .Muie

i; i Baldwin it, crosses the Florida' Railroad, such a way as to occupy no more thanjten.; from our' press room on Tuesday< suchcourts: the evidence otcolorcltl persons>

Which at is in order to Ced minutes in : the The dajr, :following three watermelons were 'will be received:in'all-cases. ir
r-f: J ; ,present running < r dropping cars or filling \tup By:command

? L t:!it: <,{.SCeyBonly. At'Lake City the :Pensacola and trains at way stations.- If not'it would indicate ,taktp from a cart. on.Bay St-rest. '',-1''while' ,j the, ) ED. W. SMITH of Major' Assistant General' A A.H.Terry.jt. Gin..Official .

LLG''t t' .. .' driver. was gone for a.moment into. d store. ''1 .
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--v; YORK_ 1JETTEB...'. ,. he will find himself supported by all true and WORTH CABOLX5A COTTOW. 4tlulnr, UI.. .: .'.i!i'
e.ISyit C "
i .:loyalTaen: \ .., ..: 37 bale,thort .., .:: 711'OiT
NEW YORK, July 8thj 1865.UNION. xJefl : : ,....v.d) -"'......" .. middling.. 63" curroa --- .' '
., ;:'pftjis a h isjaaid,will he Wed by Vmil- 'ft SSi. Tiavordinarr, _* ..................MU,.' ".. <-t.-... J>>.ru JACl480NYiLLB. .. _JUL!..22 1. g.ABJtlYALS. ; s
.-! often think, the :warm its r cometjssion 'th' Govem .u", I good ordilta '!.... .. ;..... .48 't ino : : .
lJR'tR : ,, e .. : i uithaving 1 34 :*I ," '
; i ordinary; ? ..--. .:.-..-.....' ...-.IOU,. ; .
weather at the South has been much .overestimated obtained proof enough to convince them that... 2 II low ordinary *.-.. .. ......... u i

or else that the weather at the he was. a, party to MrLincoln's. death., 37 11 rebftlM' and mixed.. .. .... ...43).(: 14 din July, to U-Stewner United States: ,8t. Marya, rWard., from. Fetnan-
Quartermaster. z
VOX bag j/ II ...............gist/' /t I
has become entensely hot.? It is certainly -, POPULI: .s July 10-Steamer: Hattie' Alley, from Filatka.United .' ,
North .- States QrJarter1D&8ter.-- z .
warmer here than in Florida. Lewis Payne Powell- bale. 811'I8L.BD COTTOX. July 16-Steamer Louisburg, Dale, from Hiltoa ;
145 first qu.Uty ... .. .. .. .... ... ....77 gol". Head, to United States Quartermaster. .1.
New York is preparing to depart to the L.ewis'P8yte'PoweU was the son of the 64 h second ',' .... .... .. .. .. :... ..'...46: July 17-Stemiaer Wyoiniug, Br;-wu, from St. John% J }
few weeks. The w ater- Rev.' George Powell, a Baptist minister 24 > fourth' .... .......'... ..31 II Bar, to United States Quartermaster
for a 13 II .
country ft-> "sawginned.... .... ... ...62 July 18-Steamer
in Wyoming Brown, from Tacoy to
residing Florida. born ,. =
Payne! was in Ala, 1 IB. '.second ... t&
will receive their full compliment ... .... ....35 United Stntes Quartermaster:
.ing places bama, in the year 1845. He lived for some 10 bags sample... .... .... .... .... .. ... ..4ij .t July 19--Schooner F.J. Hill, A. Baker, Jr., troD
of visitors the comming season. Everybody years in Georgia, and in 1849,moved,to Flo- CO bales cotton in seed.... ...... :... .... .. .45): ', Boston. Ie Muter. .,. ." .. !I<

rich and there is plenty of money to spend. rida, where he' was superintendent ;of his 17PLA.: D. DKFARTURRS. "
j3 having a downward tendency. father's plantation until his enlistment i in the 1 bale good middling. ..... .... .. .... .... ..40% gold. July 16-Steamer St. Marys, Ward for Hilton Head '.1 x
are 1 .
Prices 'low .... .. .*.
2d Florida infantry. With it he in .. ..38 by United States Quartermaster. 4-
the market of fought 4 good .... .... .... "
Government is in disposing the Peninsular !ordinary 28 K July 17-Steamer.Wyoming, Brown for St. John''j
campaign, and was engaged 3 ordinary.... .... .. ... ....... .. ....28% .* Bar by United: States Quartermaster.., ..t .
beef, horses mules, ships, and many other in the battle of Chancellorsville and Gettys- 1 'I rebaled .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .. ..31 t& July 17-Steatnar Lonisburg Dole, for St. Augustine,, :'i ,

which are no longer required. Beef burg, at which battle he was wounded. After -' 2 picklnw.. .. :... .. ..... .... ....10, II by United States Quartermaster. :! .
articles 90 bags samples and low cotton.. .... .. 36 \
his July 18-Steamer Brown for Tocoytbtt
he Wyoming
recovery, was detailed as nurse ina 9" .,' .. t
New York to five and six cents .. ..301/ 1 '
fallen in ''' United States Quartermaster. ,
has Pennsylvania hospital. In '1863, he deser- 18 '., low .... .. .. .. .... .. .. ...... ...15' I' July -Steamer Sjlph, French, for Savannah.. bn : >J t ,
with a downward tendency. ted his regiment and joined the Confederate 11 pickings ... .... .. .. ....10 .. Master. "

jfp. Orundy is busy at the present time. cavalry, from which he. deserted and took was There spirited w: s a considering large attendance; tendency of buyers of, and the bidding atmos- July 21-Steamer Wyoming Brown, for Palatka,.
by United States Quartermaster.
'\ between fifty and sixty, accompanying the oath of allegiance, and removed to Baltimore phere I _.. '
where he became .
acquainted with -
of the fashionable pulpits .took
one ,
Booth, and became a ready ally to the atrocious OFFICE ASST. SPECIAL AGENT TREA-

it into his head to foil in love with one of the conspirator, and much of the planning New Advertisements. SURY DEPT. 5th SPECIAL AGENCY .

fair daughtc. of his congregation. She was of the work of the conspiracy was done bv ,

/ rich and handsome. Papa and3Iamtna this pair of cool, desperate villains.-Washington CHARLES SLACER'S JACKSONVILLE FLA., June 22, 1865. .

young, Chronicle. DRY: GOODS STORE Until further notice, all persons receiving
the match unsuitable and
thought ,
ALSO merchandise at this Port, will before removing ,
would not give their consent. The minister, Important Order from President John.
the same from on board the vessel bringingit
son. Boots Shoes Hats
disposed to be honorable, called together the and Caps,
i Major Dix yesterday submitted to i submit the invoice of such merchandise; ato 1
;! officers of the church, and laid the matter District Attorney Hall an important order i WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
me for examination and approval.R. .
s before them. just issued by President Johnson in reference I ASSORTED
t to the disposition of two citizens of this city : OTTMAN,. T
While they could not recommend the policy :
who were recently tried and convicted by a : BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE.A Asst. Special Agt. Treasury Dept.
of the thing, they could offer no legal commission
military but
were released. large assortment of Dry Goods consisting of .Tune 24th-tf. '
objection, and the consequence was, a private I by order of the President for reasons which
m image. The excitement in the parishis be stated.It L. WARROCK,
seems that two men, named John Mc Shirtings

of course great. Neil and Wm. Edsell, both citizens of New Calicos, : Auctioneer and Commission lercuntnf* .

Ghosts; t are still making trouble. Near York, were tried before a military commission Gingliam Uefltickiug, kc. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Slewirts' new marble blocks! ou Fifth A venue in Washington on a charge of obtaining LADIES DRES3 GOODS Will attend promptly! to cong' -lment of all kinds otcountry ;

and mansion within money under false prete nee'neeg. It i is i-ivdiKM', a-: i h imposing elegant : -
an : ; said that they represented that they wore officers Such as Clo 'ks, ro iiuiv. .tiiy aitic.es tai-y nay w.s.i, at lij Jow\S Mar- \

:a fc.v m ).II'.H; three families have occu- in the employ of the government authorized ShawN.Glove.: kot pnce.juiy :
.", lo-tf.
pi21 i it. It i is n') .v in the m.irket. People haven to arrest deserters, which was not Hosiery kr. .--- -- .. ,'

the fact. They were convicted of that of- CHARLES P. COOPER ::1
i1) i'b i it that it is haunted. The rusult
>)> >> fence the military BOOTS, SHOES HAT, AND CAP.
by tribunal and Else
will b" O.TJ will a good bargain and Arro.x.sY: AT LAW, at
s;) u get was sentenced to ten years imprisonment in MILITARY AND CIVILIANS READY'l\I.\nr. CLOTHING

a g'.n.1 ho I.< the penitentiary, while McNeil (who was the OF ALL KIND, SHIRTS AND COLLAItS. JACKSO K Y ILl.E, F L OIII D .\ ,

T.ie A'sissiiis have: at last closed their confederate of Edscll) was ordered to :n '
pay CROCKERY, WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE U1/cP.-JtctntlSt.: ,!', iSammi;* i>l c.:.
fine of two hundred and fifty dollars and lwimprisom'd tRitir
fo or't'iem: Harold Atzorott
crejr ir P.iyne, '
Dis' !Z. >:RENCSy :
the fine was paid. On the .
:n11 1 :\ "'<. S trr.\tt, yesterday sutlered the decision being submitted to the President, he PLitrs Cups and Saucers, Hun. S. L. iuiuiTT: : | Col. J. S. SAM MIS.Ju r

s;( ;c'C: jollity; of the law. Of there guilt disapproved of the findings and sentence of IJucke': : P'i' s. y. b 6.n .

ta: ire w is uo (1.) ibl, and all loyal men rejoice the military commission and gave direction Uaskets, Brooms, kc. -:. SIOl\AL.-DH. M. J. MURPHY .
to turn over Edsell and McNeil the civil GUOCERIE .
tan h m ;in6 is still a means of punishment: t me.Hii; >..,eic a a; i uy.ciaa and burgeon to
authorities! of New York county to whom .Sugars: Coffer, Teas, mack and Green &('. .il" pcu.ne} 1)1''Ii 'h\.>?\AA' dUll r.ur oandiii Attempts; were nude to induce the Presi alone they were amenable for the offence F..ri.cu.a1: : a'.t n inn \v.il uc ;.ven to vli-cas s ot women
with which FURNITURE, dUct cnu.lien. O.t ee.lt h.s TvnA use, comtr of i or-
Li the of Mrs. Sur- they were
h) mitigate punishment charged.
iJ ili ..l1.j 1.ugu..ttI., e s. 3.u July 8 <
r.Ut, to i.np-U )inncnt for life, but :Mr. Johns As soon as the papers were received at the Co'nptcto pets rf Cottage Fn-nitnro. find I' renerallvl 1 1us..or1 I
District Attorneys office, Mr. Gunning S. e i B'nck. s-ic'i! H*W,isb ':t-t n "a. Bed tnads

. : .iva< inll<.'xillc. I Bedford prepared the complaint and I proceeded Idfatt many: -other e''sep.'h-H's articles too Sof numerous s. c., with FRANKLIN DIBBLE, .

J 11;.* \fi/f1ie,' of the Supreme Court, of the to make it before a police magistrate.The .-- to luen;ion. Connnisshun 1Iercaut, .

matter will be and if July 22.-tf. .IAC'C-ON\II.I.E, FLA.
D.;:ric is:\ teJ a habeas c.rpas to Major duly investigated, .
an examination of 'the charges preferred --- --- -- lrolucepun-108"d. 0" Idv ,' cep in C.sh or s-ipplitv, II

Gsj.i. II me >e'v, ordering him to produce in against these men sustain the allegation, they WHITE SPKIN3S IIOTEL. made 011 cons.;;nu.e.itto C. B. uiublc. Nuw ork.: :

g Co irt the bo.ly of Mrs. Surratt, at 10 A. M. will be tried in the Court of General Sessions HAMILTON C-rj-vrv, FLA.

tor the violation of of the State DR. E. S. Ai EEICIJ, .
:1:11 si.v: c iue of her detention. a statute of Irrsigned: t Ikea pleasure 111 anno-inclncr!: to MEDICA1.JNOTICE. '
THE late IIf S. n Francis.-o,
B it as Prt' ident Johnson, in the meantime New York. pu' 1'c that he H prepared to ao-ummodate o...aorina, may be coi-sulted a this nffice at )In Hudr ,
thORP smoking a he ilthfnl ath' pleasant siin.ttion.O .
-- .
// the Store of Mr. J.
irjanioi JU e, or at Ding :
h 1.l s ;). eudcJ the writ, the Court came The Markets. tabl">s riu"n"shed with tue beat the market of Jones. ..
tho 0'1I11rwill Afford.
to the conclusion. that they ha 1 1110 power in Helios roniio table hacks running in conne-non June 2ith-tf. .

UK* nutter and the NEW YORK, July 11th. with everv train between this p.are: and the R..ilro.lddepot .
case was dropped. J. D. {TI SOX.
Gold . . . . . . 140. at Welboru.
D:. Mjil.I, Sim Arnold and O'Lauglinare BREADSTUFFS. W. A. TURNED, Pioprielor. S URG-Et)Nr DEN T1ST.

its)ri3une.11or! life while Spangler gets six Snpe-fine State and western Hour . .$?; 40 a 5 !9". July 22.-tf. jACKfcONVILLE, FLA.
Extra Stale.. . .... ...... .. .. . .. ....6 50 a 6 GO ---- ---' "i' Iva ia College of Dental Sur- -
ye.trsLi Albany penitenti, so ends the Choice Stale .. .. .. .. .. .... ... 6 65 a 6 .5 Patent Oven for Sale. llEfERI-\C' -- .:'i-nn-j t.ll the: \ eaispiattice.WANTED. .
Common to me.dimn:: extraVestern .. .. .5 45 a 6 OU P.ttent Motalio Cnen s :itable for a Biker wi'h gory
in ittcr for the ]present. The real culprits, are Extra round hoop Ohio .. .. .. . .. .. .. .675 7 00>> A PanDs' es, ('., is for sale cheap. Also a lie Jnne 2Uh-ltltf.

still at large, and for this deed will probably Western trade brands.. .. .. .. . .. .. . .7 05 a 7 75 511OIV Uu8! ; inquire at ihis offic. f.uly 22 2q .
Common S mtheru. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .7 00 n 7 75Fancy 100,000 N t m. 1 CYPRESS .
cscac: pani: ..lmment. aud extra do..7 85 a 11 60 by to.tra 1... W AJ lOCK,

Common ''anadian. .. .. . .. .. .. . .6 50 a 6 TO Harness for Sale.. Auctiunc cr al.d I'oinmisa.fii Me.'c..au1.
T.ie President's health is still far from Good to choice and extra,. .. .. .. .. .. . .6 75 a 8 25 nice single barnei'S for sale, suitable for a light July 15f..

g,>>ul. Few 1.ay h )w immense is the labor Rye flour (stpeifiue: ) .. .. .. .. . .. .5.0a5G5 A wagon or Lug;y ; iu juire at t..i o ce. [2ti*
> Corn meal, Jersey... .. . .. .. .. .. .42') a4 75 '-- '- '.;'X'I'ED.
of the Eec 1tive. Nothing but Mr. Lincoln's Corn meal, Urandywfne.. .. .. .. .... ... .. 5 20 at Medical Notice. A Partner with $3000.i .
meal. Ilrand'wine "hrons ..28 00 29 00
Com pun a
g>).).l nitjre au.l fun I of humor, enabled himto CoFrEE.-T.ie market was active and tirm. Wenott> D I:. A. S. VLDW1N will resume the practice: of his geutiema \\ 1 0) ac e>4 ot Upon Lan '.Uui'd'ng' '

I li) :ar as successfully as he did. sales of 5.400 bugs Rio on private teriiis. WP quote :- Ito: e-siol i.a a.l its .d'part.oeu's. his otlice ai>o A i roti>ioii-, \.uli'-, htu k o. all HijdsVa.ous
up Rio. prime, 21Zc ; good, 20'4e :t 2lc ; fair: 19' i: a 20 ; r.-,-idetlce is the ti 'st house west ol )Irzl. HudnaU'r i-.ow' ., -lidc p b.e o' p auc.ug251 u.tle-t S. Ij ,.
t Wuat to do with the negro, is still the ordinary: 18c a 18>;c : fair to good cargoes: IS'c! a 20o ; Bonding. Hnltsr.Jachsun,111e. ,it.; ,.i aid Ft'(.\.D.1n>, w. 11 s a |J'\Lt.r: \\iih t..e ,
Java, mats and hugs"' 24J c a 25t ; zutive Ce\ Ion, 23 a July 223-:f ibo.e aUioiitit. E.u.1.1 e uihis (/.ti.Cr.IIARNESS. i
thinks that all
Mr. Johns-w
great cry. = power arncaib- 19c 22c 20u 22c ';
23J!'c ; a ; Lagnayra. a :
I over the franchise: rests with the Statesthciuulvcrf. gold, net rash, duty paid. Stock nt Mo and Sa..tosn NOTICE. : AID ]N NEW '

the 11th .Ju!,', 1855,33,743 ; Java, 18.270 ; Ceylon 3.000: : I I, persons are furneJ not to tr,'spa8S on th 1. nt. SADDLERY.Ch1CN.! 1 relies. II. mess &1'., en
: Mr. Wilson, Simmer, and manyof Marac'atbo\ 6,208 ; Lagnayra, 1, 449 ; Bahia. 5,973 ; ALL t 1U 1-1 rida Atlantic Hull Gulf .itral n Ii ioj.u aow b(i s.iiped: am of ihe 1 orts of the Soutl e"u I

the ie..aiig: Hp Ib1 c.Las take issue with other descriplions, 3,412 bag Cu., as any cases o. that 8".t will t he prog'-cined tail, State- open t'.r t1'I(1.e" \\.. say that \\e may ,s5Jlb
i COTTON.-The market was quiet and steady until after out discrimination. WM. O. JF..FF..EY, r 1\III) at out old s.. nd N2T.. Ch.... b, r" Streetew ,
him 0.1 taesu p.)>>ints. The subject is well the government sale, when the demand was more Ji"ks mvillo. luly 221m Agj.it for Tns.ec8.; \ Yoik rent y to :.Jl'1 t our ol. friend8.: ai d as manv, J;
activ and prices advanced full Ic a 2c a pound. TIe new outs s pleuMto give us a .:.i 11. :,n.t show themi %.,
w.,rtliy of a ;itai ion. For one I trust the dayis pales were 2.800 hales at onr quotations, closing nnn, ut comi'le eatsortuieut d'Oood> in our line, pattun- '1 .

i.o. tar distant via intelligence will beth 52c a 53; for middlings. The government sal of 2.000 W.LL1AM O. JEFFREY :, I Lily 8I1i:e" to 1116 S )('111I UN TRA' E of onr 0't')) r f
hairs went 53'c a 53>,c for middling ; 60J;c a 60;i- Commission Merchant known ii'anulic.nie, which! wo will disi}.ore o', on the I

().1.y rci-iis'ite needed; .to find :i way to for low middling' ; 55!'c for good middling; 49c for JACKSO.N vii, .'', FL .. oat ia\orablc ,;; r
good ordinary ; 43&c fw ordinary ; 37Jic for low ord-! tera.s.LACEY.. :MEEKER! V Co. '
the baiiot boa.P.trdons We quote :- ItUl LLS, iiEEKEK, Co.May k'-
nary. S-C'-f>crs' to SI A.
Upland. Flori-la. Afoltle. N. 0 dT. JNO. S. SAMMIS & CO., 1865. 3u ;.
still to the tune of 3d, :
are granted O-dinary.. .. .. .... ....37 S8 39 40 COInIn I ;u! ion !Merchants! I.0
so.ue) one hundred, and fifty a day. Gover- Middling... .. ....61 51 52 52 ;
Good middling.. ... ..53 54 65 56 FAY Sr., JACK ON\"ILLE. FLA. GEORGE A. PECK, -:
cruor Allison of Ftorida, is among one of the I "Watclimaker ana Jeweller; :

1 itest applic.mts for executive clemency. As Auction Soles of Government Cotton. Notice to Shippers. '1
Another government sale of cotton took place'at No. CONSTANTLY ON HAND" AND .
, the brood work. goes on, it will not be long 111 Broadway yesterday afternoon. In all about tweiitvtiye THE Schooner T. J. HILL, :s iio.v lo.ding, and will HAS salf, Gold a-.d t'iJverVatcl;es .a.d' 'Jewel-y. '
'in .
aiboui B
ere tile whole South the benefit of par- buudrpd bales were disposed of at auction, the 1 tre.ght taken ten at the days u.-ual tor s.on.. Cotton a du&.er '.,.Du .a goo t hsso-tu.e.it: .ot Spectacle, Ntitioi.erjJonbs .
.. 'p'rices realized beln? slightly in advance of those of B nsl.fs -eifumen Toilet o.lp..looth..Bnllm. ,
dons. "t last month., Below will be found. a list of the lots cold 22-itp. JNO. b, SAMillS & CO. M, Cutlery,including some of those tclebratt'd'wade ;(

and prices reaUzed-. ,,, lintri.er Ka2'.rs, Razor Straps| Slaving Biu-hen; and 1 ;-..i
July 10th. I have, detained, my Better, ORLEANS- COTTOX.. T. T. LONG, 'Cups locket Lookin Glasses Pocket .Boots and a
hoping somethingIfer6 the mail closed JNEW # ) .r. .Memorandum. Pho.og aps Altnnn.. h'oldlnz'from ;;, "-
to hoar
...... .. .....65 ATTORNEY AT
10 bales good middling > currency. LAW, to ode h-nidred IPutU8, Violin.. Iii ljo au I ;_ t. ;,
bat timed are dull and news not'plenty. 69 ,. ". .... ............53>, ..Y. i I tweva Ga tar Strin-js, Tape Meas:iren, f.ou three.to one-hnn- ". .t ,
The of the ...... ... ... '/ LAKE CITY FLA.
$20,000 clause, trouble} some 211" low .63>4' dr.td eet. Me trscha-un Pip| 63 and.Si g.ir Holers, Rnbbe >
Southerner 'exceedingly; so a delegation 213 '" good ordinary. 'u.. .. .... ....,.*9}i July 22.,..-) 6inp.I Ste.nri, C 'ocliet \eeHeM.:Silver! ThimMes, fce., 4 v .,'i'
.... .. ... .. ....43 "
Gold .'
ordinary }'.
151. tine a-isort-.nent of and
-d :
We iiavrt j is re e v. a ;t.
it !
waited President the 8th to .i
on the, on get 60 "low .*.*... .. .. .. .J..33"i Dry Goods, : .
H and lot of hoae fine flow nI r,
Sifter ;;' '8 ad8, n : ;4 ..
mooifieJ., The'interview'wSs decidedly rich- 60 (". ". *' .......*..... ..r .37i "f > Groceries ,W iti'.hes, which rive lIu'h splendid a itisfaction. ff ffWatoaes .' t.: 4
01.1 ,u' .* < ... .. 11 ,
: f ...3714 f '
Mr. ;}
Johnson ve them .understand that .1. Clocks and Jewelry rernvired,on shofrt rot :
g .0' ." rebaled mixed .......... .... ...41L U Hardware, .
i Ice and : Work from the'Conu- (
tlCracllon1tUMrante.'Cl :
If ;
nu. mtidifiuation couhl be expe9ted, they ,
U ,
\ "
/ .
; "' 60 .... ..... L..d9f/ Stationery, '\\ill receive prompt and,'..ndn1 attention.: :Jtemero- r:.:
were Worth' than ',h'e advisedthem "; ..... .. ........ U ry '
more+ $01000I< '2" 39 Boots and Shoes, ber the place" nt the OU Stand of C. D. Oak, on ()NoMa. '!; te
the .... .... .. ......22. 0 ,
12 pickings"
to.givo awny the surplus 1 to poor &e.,.drc., Ac. reet. ,July : c
.anj! by this muaud avail themselves of thenmfuaty'p'roclnmation.f MOBILE COTTON >A.WbotesaleRDd Retail. I,., =j i -
65 bales middling:... .... .. ... .. ..;. 1.40 gold. i '
Mr. Johnson seems 60,-.*' lowmiddllng. .. .. .... .. '. ...(.37K ,* : JOHN S. SAMMIS k CO.; .THE CAMP. MEET1MG : AT : ITHB j. t ,
equal In bU; ihigU .posUiom Al) good men 100 "\ low mlddU..g:..: .. : ... .... ....39>i ': ,Forwarding aud Commission'Mart hant. >t CLurch will-be: t-ontinued until' .Thn-.- :

'have felt stronger and .iiiare hopeful], since 62 ,* low middling ,..... ,... .... .. ... 39>i '-' Jacksonville tu>' July 27th.! ,Kev..John Hurl, M nieterfn the h "''Many feared 137 'I' 'goodordinary.-. ..-.! .. .. .... ::.: .4)1/7a ". Fla.- George, H. :HnU-hjnon: ,. Wm' HeneryM evl' Taylor, : .
ingiiig ofthe conspirators. 'Ql h ordinary it.-. 7..'..... ... .. ..... .3Ui '. u S-: xpected'eoon1o arrive. from.. New' York,"a; fur Clinton Th6n.au, Win' If. Hamilton:,. .Wm. ,- J.VFuller. :'.
that- clemency might'. be ,'extended to. 11Q rebaled and mixed..... .. .... ....31 -. cargo of Goods.- d *>L :0' ;. J.,S. 4'CO. will bPpapscn to otpc tr- .. J '.J' '':'* ; '

!' t f1, bat:the Presid nrevidentlybelieTres in I t5 low middling.... .... ....... ;'... .2TJ'f., u .:' '.. '. ,[ .'iI'., 'Hontsof ,Worshop., commence ,10.'o'Clock.* A. M.. Li->' ,
j ustJC and ifhe continued as hennas! begun '60picking" .,'.".. ..;:. ..'.. ... i ;. .7r-v..l2Kt Jaly' 22.-tf.;,; ':' : .-o'clockPM. T.. "'*' ->V ;J'
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clerks in .
Y 'ritories of dolorado Utah and Itaho/tad tfce r ttt
toi t1Clat.AV's J tli t. and the r1 t .
his office, seam thousand dollars.?* rt}frtFor --z,. !I e JS. 'J'fibot'eriti' 'wand '' tfdtifde; ;' elmn tad. dl>t1x. 2&Pjo thousand dollartor* to much" t1.ettof&I
d..L States .
he United of'Nevr
compensation of the inrtieyorrgeabrsl be nece n.TerritorfofDkota.FOrs. to-
r : t '*fs .. .%.f. t" '. -iif a !?j rPM may
:I ;.XASSTOT: ft TREeEcoYD.etieIoDr. 0ir nm.. Mexico and Arizona, and tho clerks in his office,'seven tw nfy'douars. of''the chief of the bureAU ot provisions hries'of.gn.ernott. :' ;

.. thonsand dollars. :N>>1JPn."Ucm: clerk and the clerks, messenger superintendent of Indian affair, chief:jtiBtue atd"(WQ'

1\. THIRTY-EIGHTH, CONGRESS. For compensation'of thesurveyor general of California and clothing,.chief twW-ftmr-thousand, six hnnd- associates judge,loud secretary,nine thouxaLd 'men

;: and the clerks in, his. office fourteen and Uhorew, dollars. .
f .. and'Nevada, .. '*"'* lf-r, r hundred 4. ClUPttK. LT.UU: : doU : JFor red and twenty rTbTlanu enteipetisei of the territory one t1 ;
; thousand 1l. the chief,of theonreau.ofmedl. : "?:or oua.
... Dtpartmtnt. compensation of the surveyor general of Oregon: ; .For compensation of 1 theClerks. TflM5U1re t;.. and dollar J .

t .Contingent EXJ en:a
YIn Vile office of the f e'-rctary.of; .Iho Treasury : dollars. ,1. '.: t tod'laborerinhlsomceten. '" H' :;legislative) awewbly, officers, tierk, and conE ft t
,. ''tfoi-oopvin?labor h to din 81 'satin if said 11 s'Y;sti lsttirs, For compensation of the surveyor general;of tWalihInprton : mnfjdnU contin'jtent-Expenses: 'oi >the' Navy* ; 'exjfc&les of the assembly flftctn.thousand donatp

translating toreigu lan WI.H e*. adverus'jag,. 4Uct:extra" ;. Territory and the clerks in.his office.r ;slx'thoua-": Incidental and Dep meat.Ofllaprof ) ,... ..TerrUQry.of Arizona.For salutes ofl( vem01"'tMh

..clerk-hire for preparing and collecting information tot and five hundreA dollars. the! 8ect"ea1 'nflo.1.1"" ,(avy: J Justin laid'two associate judges;'and secretary, .tweha.

>C laid b?ti.bOriiAwipa: periodicals. "andmiseellarieouii thousand dollaw. -

>fifty' tbommnd dollar-. i surveyor general, to be apportioned to them accordingto Items, five thousand dt11sr'a. For contingent expenses of the 'territory, onetiotii.

,fur:) compensation: to temporary clerks in the TreiSo the exigencies of the public service,;I and, to he em- Bureau, of Yards and pocks. ,.... .... and dollars. .

Dcparimeut,and for ,"\oinpeusatioulo, I plo ed in transcribing: field notes of: surveys: for the j 'hooks/plans drakinff": ", and incidental For interpreter and translator in'the' exectxilte tffl e'

clerks in Game depa&tmetat : irovided. Taatfue. temporary I purpose of preserving them at the government, For stationery thousand, eurht hundred, 'dMWre. five hundred dollars, ,
i nne

cle-fcs herein provided for may bo class fled ac- :, ten thousand dollars. labor.. and Recruitinff.. For compensation ar d iriioagp of tr e nieinl.ns of tl e

.j CvMding w tae chunk ti r ut their seiT.ee. Aud prov.cdlurther .- For compensation of recorder of land-titles in ML. k Bureau of ooks Equipment and miscellaneous items, e1gb'hnndred legislative assemHy, offlcersrclerkf, and contingent expenses
I --d Thtt theSecrutrv'u It11t:= T eraurv. may Bouri, five hundred doHa-". For stationery, : of the assembly, twenty thousand dollau.

ward 8-iuu,additional touipeiisatim: tu iluiks as in his For compensation of translator in the office of surveyor dollars.Bureau' of'Navi!'alion. i Territory of/r'aA*:.-Forwilarei! of poveinor I nit ru.

required Mexico and Arizona two thous- Indian affairs, chief justue and two
Judgment m ,
service., t,\o hundred an.. fifty .1dolUtfi and dollars. aa.odatesjndges, acd.secret4iy, twelxe tLolllnd: (,d- ,
the public .
by fuel hundred .
; oftVo in Oregon, '
but the S.'id hrcretu y 8. all tint nuvethe. For n nt of surveyor jreneral's Bureau of Ordnanre.For "
; additional eomuen.sauon to I I and other incidental oxpenfej, in. Urs.For of the territory, ore thousand
thor ity to award any such hooks stationery, dollars. stationery and miscellaneous i'.tins.! two thousand contingent expenses
rocli clerks alter the fiib stay uf Jul} eighteen hnu-I el' ding pay of messenger, seven hundred dollars. dollars.

dred und sixty-six. I For rent of the.surveyor general's office in California Bureau of Construction and repair. For compensation and mileage'ol tie mrmlersofthelegislative

In the ottke of the first comptroller. fuel, books stationery, and other incidental dol.expenses For stationery and miscellaneous items, one thousand assembly, cfflcets: clerk*, and rontinptnt

-Ppr furniture public documents. state and territo-I I including pay of messenger, six thousand dollars. expenses of the assembly, twenty thor.Stu ddolh r,.

!, IrTarKiatnteH, postage, and miscellaneous itcu.s, oue Bureau of Steam Engineering. Territory of Montana.-For voiiipmsation of goveri or
I lars.For of Washington
thousand dollars. I office.rent' for the surveyor general other inci- For stationery and miscellaneous items, two thous- and superintendent ot Indian aBbUs, chief jtut.titLd;

In tie office of the second comptroller. I Territory, fuel book- tionery, and and five hundred dollars. two associate judges, an secretary, twche tLoi-s; nd

t .':For furniture and ui.bC 41aiieoiiN: iteius, iucl; 'd.ng leutal expenses, one thousand dollars. Kansas and Bureau of l'rovi to bt I l-ouudaud For office rent bf the surveyor General of of the tfirltory, one tf.ttu-
subscript to om ell v lieWsjuipt? i thousandlive For utitionery: and miscellaneous items, ono thous- For contingent expeiees
preserved :or the Uc of be: oliict four thousand: d >1- S'ebrash: *, fuel, and incidental expense, one ind five hundred dollars.; and dollars.
hundred dollars. and mileage of tt.e rrfmbrgrfihe
I For cOUJIt'nsation
br>>. In the office of the first aulilor. For rent of surveyor general's office in the Territory incident !. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery : legislative: jiaser.iUy, oflwr, clerks, rind toitt.&.

,e'.luufous: items one ofD Ikota fuel, books, stationery' and other ollats.I .
for office .u-uiture and. ni.& For blank books stationery, and miscellaneous! gent expenses, twenty thousand

I thousand nve nun i red dull m. t; il expenses, six hundred dollar.:. hundred dollars.Fo .' ----.. -YJOHN
Colora'o terns eight
of : I
'co-id audi'or. rent of office for the surveyor General a _
of the For
the orlk-e the Stnithwe-t ExecutiveBuitdin --
rf l. In furl hooks the fiC'ieral parpotex nf I JU.NE$ \
in.-lnd- Nevada. and Idaho Territories,, ,
ui.d uiiicellauet'Us i.ruis. UtJih. watchmen and two
For o:ore turn.tun I For compensation of five
twioittit.ty iu'Wfj I.'.>i>e s toM\ t.1..11. .U"! .II. \s r- s:a'inn"rr:: and lher incidental expenses, one thons- laborers -of the southwest executive building, four I \VIIOLES..r\.LE AND 11 El1 AIL Dn'CGGI T

t ved for tie ue 01'tae oflia', twenty-live ..huuiid d'l I and l dollars.the of the of one clerk in the consoli- thousand seven hundred and fifty-two dollars. I BAY ST11EET, JACKSONVILLE, ILOBiUA.
For wages
pav of said building viz :
!ans. In the office ofti.o third l atu'i-lor.; dated land office at Des :Moines: Iowa, one thousand For contingent expenses. and miscellaneous, items, six Would call the attention of dealers :iid tonbuimrso
For 1\hor' fuel, 1'gh s, II assorlmtut IIf ])(tjt4. Ktint
: cSl-- .urnituie, cvp-tjiiy, ,,\:tllll".J. ?perviug ;r.:, i"eing : doll irs. dollars.Pnficti t his largo and select ;
For fit'M; an 1 paiwis, '..otirr.y laud .sejviie, ad! Expenses of Courts of the United Sates.1-For: : de t'lousand: five hundred compensation of the 1 Medicines, Fancy Articles.Paiiv.b, (/ii>, WIU.OL1&.8.; ..

1 It ceILuuuu..tts.ns, tilteeu tUm.sand do.la s. Ullb.\\ fr..yintr the evp'Ti.--e8: : of the s"pren-c!iuc111di coU: the t and DiMrict districsoitrtsoftheUiited of: Post-MasterGeueral lJ'11artm.11t.-.or three assistant: ostniasters-gene. Stationaiy, iu-., o e., amoug w:,uh nia} be xouud :
State 1'Jt
lu the oilier ot ilio to.irtii uu.li.ur. and witness 8, in aid of; ral. chief clerk, and the clerks, messenger, asistantmessengers : ,3ulphatcQuinine,
Forco.itingnut exposes ot Illoftl.t.', t.rcc: thous f!nluntl'ia, and also for jurors and forfeitures in watchmen, and laborers of sid department Castor Oil
funds arising from fines, penalties
thousand three hundred CreauiTaitar,
and do.lars. hundret one hundred and sixty
fifth jiud;to-. fiscal ending .Timethirtieth, eintee4: !
In 1'.e office of the the year dollars. Calomel,
for defacing and
likewise sixty
For p -stige, fu-utun: aud miscelUueous expensesin I and sixty-flve, and previous yea-s, and which the Unite' For comi-eiisution of twenty-five additional clerks, Blue Mass,

.. wuicha o included two daily u.'Wtfpapers:, two ihous the expenses! of suits of in'culioin for offence;, twenty thousand dollars. Suli.hur,

.:. ,and dollars. States are concerned and pros Ex erasef the PQ t-O.Jice Department.-For Slagncaia, kcPATENT
t _' I United States, aid tor the I'lfeke"plll : ( n iiiyent
!' In the oTice of the treasurer ommitted aa-ainst the and statiouerfupl.or. the general MEDICINLS.
: se\'e11hl1n II e. tho't-an.'. dollars blink books, binding, s
,? j For eoutingeut expt use ot the otlue, ten thousand ; ? 01' prisoners,"almcN; of upp-opri-itions for the post-office building, including the auditor's office] Towusend's Sarsaparilla,

+ dollar I lad the unexpended: ill return ir.tothetrra-u-y. oil gas, and candles, printing repair of the general Ayer's tjaisapaiilla,
t In the offier of the I'f'gi"trr. iudi-iary fund ompuiisatiou of the Sec'reta. post-office liiiildintr, office furniture, glazinur, paintinsr, Ayer's Cherry 1'ectoral, '
I For
For arrangillluw\ bi.idinjrr.uice nurine pape-s,, War 'fiiaitifiit.-secretaries oi waoUcitor: (:hiefl'e whitewashing, and for keeping the tire 1 place and furnaces A> ei's Ague; Cure,

cases fo ottl-ial p cl'urslI d iccunN. an I lui.-a 'Lam-out rr; of War. assistant! nss'st nt nies-eujrer*. in order ; engineer for steam-engine laborers ludiau Chola;.:o;.:nr,
: :
illcludlu o.Sce t'u:: ii.tune'.glit; taonsaiid i dol. kar.d, the clerks. mere"ger furniture awl for miscellaneous DavU' Fan Kills r.
using. ; ind laborer iu his office, sixty four thousand: and sixty wat -h.nen: repairs ,
dollars. Enm dies,
a l.us. ite.H, forts thousand Radwaj

t Office> of the solicitor orthe treasury.For loll rs. of the c'erks and messengel5in A11lf'.-0 dv Bu"rau.-f'or compensation of superintendent FaLnetctk 8\ eJlll fug. ,

labor and mlscellaneo'ia: item, and for statutes For-onipensation hundred and and the clerks iu his office seven thousandfive Worm fa i dy,
t \ o
and reports, tuotho-ttand l two 11'Hd cd dollars. I he office of the adjutant' d fO'1r I.undr-d general dollars. hundred dollars. South Amcricau Fever..nd Augue Kr mciy,

O.i.c of the c niiiisj-.o er o; c'is onis. tWPI.tfO'lr;: i thous u ,. a=sist Dtpn tmf..t tf AricultIlTt.-For compensation of corn- 3rown's Ess. Ginger,
R ition of the l >rk=, mess nzer
Fortiiisct'tlautots items and otl ce furniture, three ; For cramp and laborers in the office of the quar mi,sioner of agriculture, chief clerk, and the clerks Winsow's: Soothiu Syiup,

tho'.sa'id! : dollar .1 ml mp-sengeis.'n'ral! three Iri'i ired an I ninety five and employees in his office, thirty-nine thousand six liy alt's Lite Bal: art',
ol the term otter g : ,
conipvoiler cane.icy.:
Office of t- e
hundred dollars.For Yell'.an's lirmedy,
t'J and in.M.-oliiti.eous: .t. UIF, the thousand : lion sand ijiht:: luuidied PIH! foTtv dollars.I of
For ftnui.uiv ; of the clerks utd messengers in con inyrenies, viz : For stationery, purchase Mustang Liniii.ent,

1 'ollars.1ortiMouerv. I I-ompeiiR2ton th : tre-ie'-al: I, to hundred and I lilirary, laboratory: rent, and miscellaneous items, lio;;er'8 Syrui', Liverwort and Tar,
oifx "
-, the II1H'DlaR'r
ti for tle: T Gas ry D"plrnc'nt: : audits; ; e d five hundred dollars. McMuuu's Elixer,
dollars.! seven to sa *
a { hnndre I thousand, d.)lla-s.i i it'OT line thousand: six hundred and eighty: '
several bureaus, o ie an(11:1I I For collecting agricultural statistics twenty thousan lirit.fah O.I, .
; the clerks niesse-g,
es ot t at> ,->o i h.:..M. E ..etntiBuilding \ e For o'liponsitionof
the general purls Uate jun's Drop! &c., tc.hotograph : .
I "e-ieral I eignty- \ do.l.ir i ,
Ii exien-io i.-F.r o-ers in the o tfc' of t'ie '-omm 8<:ivy ,
iucluuisic: the .onpfUs..taii For ircliase and distribution of new and valuable I Albums,
,1nll'I'R.a'or : ? : .
) p : '
hui'd'edand sixty
Mid 'C* lula' or rs I f un- ti mtucast ,,'x tho'i.nd on" i '
tel men cereal and
of vegetable
.OILW(1Vt' \\ nsition of tree! clerks ins'nger, and h.I : Beds, viz : For purchase Lackpainu on Boards,
exe.tive I uildiup, asxtt'eulhoul'.1td; live lm.i I orsin S'irgeon i it
and sixty orjlars.Forco.r.in b and miscellaneous items, sixt\ -one thousand
Ml "e..t xpeun-s (.f s t tl Im'.ldji-r: : viz : fur n'i#a.'d one hu dred and twenty do lirs. gs, ,. Wallet,
satin, of the clerks, me sencers. and 1 1:1-: clolla s. Mirror,
labor, and m soell lueuiis it. m', sev. u y- For compel seed-room five thoirsand two hundred
furl, : in ,
Hg For employees
dollar I 'ore'- in the offic or 'h' chief ,engineer twe.lty.nillethU"s i Hair, Tooth. Cl Shaving
tli Iud
five ns hun-lred md doll-. olla 1'-. aud Whisk LrusLes &c. fir.
Ind t'ire iwon'y ,
'i ,-1-01' c iuien If i e
uf distribution cuttings
and ofplan's.
t .
lt.fa mini : ,For tic n ot the cl-rks: and ni.'s en erin the For propagation PEI.FUMEKY, Elf.Extract .
el comp'MiK
iterio- .8s :;tallt.zoIi'Cft.taty. cu .
..Z t'c'ct..ry ('f the' ; and itn-l t S'HU! "fourteen thousand dollars : Provided. That I
'iund- w v.
colonel of 'nan'-e >ne
esn er. a .si' t lit a n e :, ffic nf the fir Lubin's -, .
Mid c'.erWK: .1 ; b.'I.gCn- and hrub shall bL'u.iiiied
tier the the thou ofpU.its cuttings; ,
1 wind el and "i''iiv, dollars.Foco roiag '
,, lab.i c sml.i o.Vi t".U t-dt.l thousand I e i t .t.lree thou-wii two cultivation NIgl.t; : Lloo ninjr Orpns,
> \v.it.hupi'.and adapted to general .
in such as are
'erk the offi-o of mill- t
enatioii of the l-i Extracts
Im.idn d and sixty d 'iurFor ] the treiieral into rests! of horticulture
one i .und to promote
doilais.i: .
a c nnpe .s .tiou of t e.oai.n :sioncr of t:;(' general t ary justi c. seven" t.ousiiid: two huudred iii.l! agriculture throughout the United States. Colo.ne;: ,

".nd oluoc. Ch.l't.lat!., It' n'dc' .ir.i i.h's.ii u. rtsdra i fnli f< t Krn ff1 the HVir r'l1 t ?>1it. :Fur fxpenmeutal garden in reujivaliou utiiiibert, Hair OiTs,Scrps
vie 1.8. oT Wa- Sozo; ont,Tooth So-.I's and Pm\df'r,
ji8taht g-tfin u. me I\.l.t-C'r: ats-.a aut Oih-e of ta ( Secretary thousand dolla: s.
r, r. w::t-hni n, "U i J..b'J.C'to iu his ilfi.t: salaries of the director J St. rl.n8; Ah.brtsia, Fet dltll.s Ambolii, &r.&e.CAN1MK8. .
pack 11 lano'Hk ,
mesacnger; For blank Lo'kR, statlotiT.v: rnip ext M-n in I'kihi elplLia.-For : .

c-ftk.'. t lie h mired nd Ik\C iiye.ht tho.isaud two -a clerk hire, and iusellaneous: iteius, iwoaty thous- treasurer, assayer, rut-lter aid refin-r, chief coiner ai.d and Burnt Ainoni'! Pet pcndt
Gum Drops Sngar ,
< bUt dre tloi nr+. 1 awl ilollais. a.-Mbt.tiit assa\ er, and seven clerks, tweuty- ,
For comptiSatlon c.t. ddit 011:.& cl"rks in the ;.:e ;.eval i Offle of the A Ij'it mt Ocneal. six ngraver thousand lour hundred dollars. Drop, Lozeupep, % l'., A.C.STATIONERY. .

laud office, uudei the art at riff '(I J.i ro.i, miuthmi-a d : For bla ik, b>ioki, s at Oil 'r..hc1. ] ug, and misella For wages ot \\orkmenand adjusters*, one hundred .

". eight liundr- d a'lcl tit y-ti e, ura .ting }Jo'1& y laud, leo-is iten s, twenty n\e th'n1s..Id dull rs. and twe ny.five thousand: dollars. Better, Note' and F u's-:.p I'j per

,! .an I for 1 thug r* e.uv1u.C."I tJw 't1.i nf j-ogh Ih.uI aid Office of I he> Q-ia termaster (ieuertl. For i icidental and i-oatiugcnt expenses, ten thousand \"bite and Yet ow En\eioprs: ,

l.uncin d and tony <:ioJais : lovi mi, 1..1' te ook'. .it idirg, tad miscclla- dolU &c
; >ix For'-la k' s one-\ s- Tens. luk aid "n RIlnd.lltying! Cards,
J;ec-etorv ot t e ii terior, ah b di-creio. ; garish e, i icons items, twenty thvisn 1 doUtr-. For ape .ill1rns of o-c's and coins to be preserved in CL TLEItY. '
# he eb\, nhor zed to live am, j ortion; otsa.u General. three hundred dollars.
and he is I Office of the l'aYlll4llt'r he; ca'i"1 t ot the mint

appifip ia ion fur i ioce \>o k, <> bv the day, vvo k, For blink nooks, 8 ationer', b n iii... and misccllaleous Branch Mint at Saa Francisco, Calit'ornia.-For sal- Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knives ant Soisjois.

-montl., or yar, t su h ra..(' or raft s s.s he hltY deem iteui, te.i thousand; dollars. ;tries of s .perinte.i leut treasurer' assayer, mclter and t TOBACCO.

just al.l f..ir, i c.t xc. c.di..g a ja.ar.ot.elve..u. .d.e4 Ofli-e oft .eCo.ninisS'iiy G'-nerat. enne-, co.ner, and six clerks, thirty thousand tivo Na\'y. Anderson's Solace and Amulet, .

doll .ra per .nl1nll'. For blink :iiooks, .stiitioai'iy, auto binding, incl'idin? inudred dollars. t-hanghaiai Au..eiuon's fmokiug To-
Lillickinick -
Nor c'owpr1JH tn n Of the CGmTui."inn'r of I dun: relit 01 office and hire of tvat.:hmen. twenty thousandollars. t o/ wage. of workmen and adjusters, one hundred bacco.
affnirs. chMcltrk.a d the c e ks, niessen,.;er, as>.8t- thousand dollars. I
in i seventy-five
tie Lost brands.
&t t mss Ug,: r, \vjitc 1ut-n. aim i.iuo C1:1 I..ti. fii e' I Office of the Chief Engineer.For For incidental and contingent expenses, repairs, and Cigars of PIl'ES. .

j thirty-twoihonsiii.d fix huudrtd do.J.'iis. blank books, stationery, l hi alit, and miseella.eo : iv.,stage, fifty thousand dollar .

t Forvompeiisatiou tif the co m s- over ol pen-ions, ; t irs hre thousand five hand ed 'olart.Oine A.8.iy Office, New York.-For salaries of superinten- \lerschaum.

-chief clerk, and ih.* ck'rks. meH tea is -i-uui mi. s- ol the S'reran ut- .or al. lent, Mssayer, and inciter and refiner, assistant lOSS ..yer Imitation 5Ierschanin, fcc
Brieruood Lutes\oocl. Applewood, Clay,
'engeip, MMich.i.an, Mid L Imrers in h.s I tuce, two For 1 "Hnki o.ka, uio.wry, bind ii", and m'scellaeous : office' a, unit clerks, twenty-three tliousand nine ,Matches.

j' e liu id-ed and sixteen t..ulll:: llln.nc hun lied ut.u t.vm- rte:i s, including rent of office, twelve thousand m-idu-d dollars. Diamond and Safety

ti"nll:" ". th'c hundred atoll rs. For wag.-s of workmen, forty-eight thousand dollars. IJQl ORS, SYRUPS, ETC.
adltionall: eras in the pension once: tn.youe Chief of Ordnance. and
Fu Of 1. e of the For incidental contingent expenses, tweuty
tiiuiiiumiotl r.: P For blank books. sation; -'iy, bin lin-r: m'.selhi; : hone and dollars..
tie Intener, at his disc. (:t.on.l1 11. t'. and is he eby I eons items, ten t io'i and do.la-s. Branch Mint at Denever. For superintendent, as- Sherry Wine,

A .aut'.or:1..cct: tit use any porno lJ, sod ..pjnoj riatioa lor Offi. e of MUitaiy J" stice.For ayer, molter, refiner, coiner, aud clerks, thirteen tWine,
piecn wo k, or br tl.e dot week, month, or tear, at blank books, stut'ouery, im !ling, and mIBC'eUanuous housand dollars. Bollard Gin,

t aJkuHirxtoorratfsas he may deem ju.t and fair, n"t items:: one tho sand the U-iad ed dollars. For wages\ o*workmen, twenty-one thousand seven Whiskey,

.. .iexcecding a salary ot twrl\e l.uudred dollars per uu. For the General purposes of the Northwest Exe.-u hundred and U.y-five t'ollars. Blackberry Lemon Pranriy, ,

,. titun. of tive MiuJ-Fllr compensation of sujierintendent: For incidental aud contingent expenses, five thousand Syrup.Vanilla !Pyrrp,.
tif the commssonor public
] Korcompenxatlon tour w.itchmentnd two laborers of the no th"est exi>- dollars.
tmildiugs, and the clerk and me. sender in his ifiLtfour jtive building, four thousand five hundred and even- Raspberry Syrup, S'rawberry Symp, Pineapple Syiup. ;

.I thousand two hundred doilaCon s. ty ollars.! GOVERNMENTS IN THE TERRITORIES. PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
in nit tjri.ni e I'. arm'ariothx IRteT ior.t labor fuel light and cellaneous items twenty I
For salaries of
mce'ofti.e Secretary ol the I1 tea iot'. Territory of New Mexico.-For governorchietjustice ThiteLead,
thousand do.lai>. associate judges, and Chrome Green,
nher and two secretary,
tu nit.ire.: : coutintjenci's '
For st itioery, For the general purposes of the Bui'.diug: corner of F Yellow
and for the librai y, sevou thousand twelve thousand dollars. Chrome ,
and for books maps and Seventeenth Streets.-For compen-atiou of s -per
it For contingent expenses of said territory, one thous Prussian Blue, ,
.dollars. four watchmen, and two laborers for s .id
r+ intrndeut. Red and ,Thick Paintx,
F office twe.vethousand dollars. :
_ of fie patent buildii.g, and
For repairs five hu id:ed dollar. building, tour thousand the huudred and s.venty dollarn. For interpreter and translator in the executive office, Linseed Oil. Be zinc.Plaster .

-k -. dollars. Pris; Whiting, &c., to.
nd distributing five huudred
of cOllg"ess.:1onaljou
,1 4 Forepin-es packing For fuel, compensation of firemen, and mia eUaneousite of the members of
_ and mileage WIndow Shades.
1h!. ud documents, pursuance o> t. eprovisions For compensation
: outatut in the jomt n>H..1 diva of congress .ii Mix thousand. dollarn. the legislative assembly, officers, clerks, and coutin Liqnid Blue
t For the neral of the nnildin corner of .
g purposes thousand dollars
twe.ltyihth Jauuaiy t eighteen i.uudndjand Kent expenses of the assembly, tweuty Petroleum, '
approved F and Fifteenth S.reets.-For superintendent, watchmen I Water
add act fifth iebu.n eighteen bun- I Congress
fifty seven, and miscellaneous items fifteen
six thousand dollars.VFortuel rent, fuel lights Territory of Utah. -For salaries of governor, chief Seidlitz Powders,
--< fitty-uine, office thotman4 dollar associate judges and secretary, twelve Citrate of Magn Cl-L'I,
: and lights lor th patent the Secretary justice, two
-ForcompenBationof tr'.
of engineer and ass tant engineer thousand dollars. Extract for mating Root Beer, &c.t
.-ilu'dlnjc' tlie salnnes of the Navy, SStltainhecretal'1; of the navy, chief .
of the territory, two thousand June 10tfR8.
I' thousand dotla s.Ottic. For contingent expenses:
"/' -- f.ihe clerk, and tae: clerks, messenger, assistant messenger, dollars. -=
Aff irs.tor five .
of '
: and laborers in hU office, Includins: four clerks of elites of the members of the
: blank books,biiidi: E. HUDNALL
clerks contingeu
officers :
inclnditg two of tht dailY cty news,>aJrfni < legislative assembly
k oedus items dollars which
hundred and twenty per annum, are .
fifteen thousand a.Territory ed to .accommodate transient and permat'entotirderr
4 to be filed bond. and preserved for the use of expenses of the assembly .
hereby authored to be appointed, fifty-five thousand salaries of Tahlawill' he wp-
fou. thonxana dollars.Office of W.lhington.-For <. reasonable ast s. Her
:'.t the. office, of the Commi-isiooer of Pensions. eight hundred dollar chief-jnrtlee, two associate judges, and secretary t p led with the best the market afford.: Booms +larga
of the chief of the bureau of
,t- retc.uchlD.SC'.platea. For compensation navy thousand five hundred dollars. and airy.Jacksonville. \
,tot' VUt.oneiy wan; office yards and docks, and the civil engineer! chief clerk of said territory, one thous Fla.. May 20. 1865. 3t.. '
:for 'i i6uuty 1.nd ant; ; and binding the name, and laborers in his om.-e nineteen For contingent expenses ,
: clerks, messeuper,
4 and scellai eouailimijliiciudlu'r and five hundred dollars,
_ the same,
ifirriitun" a'.id repairing
thousand six hundred and fo ty dnll.trs.For of the members of the
i two citdiily new}Ta T8, to be filed, For compensation and mileage
of the chief of the bureau of equipment MURDOCK1Agenta
compensation RIDDELS
'el'\'ed for the use of ihe ,office, fifti>eutaoasaud legislative assembly, officers, clerk, and contingent ,expenses do
and >
pr and recruiting, chief clerk, und the clerks, inesseupe fifteen thousand dollars.Temtol'1 .

'.. '' dolhiis..Office nml"lionC'r. of Public- Buildings.. : -, and laborer In hia office, Including one clerk of of the of assembly Nebraska., -For salaries ..of .governor, ( for Israel R. Bealy.)

of the and'otber rugs three, and one clerk of class one, which are hereby and two associate ,judges, and secretary,, INmported
titatffltaey,1 blank books, plans, chief Justice WHOLESALE DEALERS
For : five hundreddoUmrs. authorized to be appointed,,slxtei:n thousand: four thousand five hundred dollars.
C'onllget.ipeufel! of his office, ten
hundred a id tWf>ntdoll1&ll.. of said territory one thou
-, For.o .pensation the chief of the bureau of n: viigatlon For contingent expenses ALES, AND 'W'INES.
... '-8 trsynr G-ne'ai and their CrkFor: compensation and the cltr.-s and lnborcriUihisomco loud dollars. .
chief clerk sxenger,
; and of the members!
Wia und .Iowa, and For compensation ; ,
of OI1 n ( of
inrve general
.: ; .Y. f Jbf the S thousand three: hUhtlMJ..f' : ten thousand one hundred and the legislative assembly, officers, clerks, and conVn and Domestic Liquors
:', the clerks iu h's.' .office. ,eight dol'sirs.
!;!; twenty thousand
of the assembly/eighteen
; ..': 4JoUata. For compensation of the chief of the bureau of ordnance pent expenses : : all 'Klnds''and, Qualities.No. .
Minhej. .
I ,'t. ''A f'For and compensation the clerks of of hU the office surveyor, eight general thousand of I three- aud the assistant, chief clerk, clerks, drau-rl: to hvs.Territory of.Co10radFor. slUries of governor and. I 5,.'Merchants' Bow. Hilton Head). F.1 C.
: &> and laborers in bin offiee, nineteen
te j. dollars'; man, messenger, superintendent of Indian; affairs, chief justlee and jtwcassociate ;
-S Kraadred \'of\ the thousand one hundred and niuf'tv.lx dollars. nine thousand seven June 10.1865; tf.
the peneral !Judges, and secretary .
.. : ..>tPr compensation of surveyor: For compensation of the chief of the 'bureau of construction -

"Territories of D.(kou and Miant.tna'and.tbeaclerks hundred'dollar! in and repair, chief clerk, and ,the rlerki, hundred dollars., 'of said. territory,. .one U ()ii., .1t 1'. 7111'F: -:L 1M :
thousand three For contingent expenses .Ll 's
bit once eight anjrhtsmai', messenger and laborer l In his office in L1)IE..i <
of the general of Kansas and dollars. pnrcli**"i .
compensation surveyor clerk of class two in quantities to'ralt
For cludinir addltoi; tempor try of the ,
i: one of the members I
hU office thous. compensation mileage MOT.
clerks iu eight For T.
andthe H.
:, ...;& dsadthree Nebraska, which is herehy authorized to beappoiuted, eighteen officers clerks and comiugen1 I
.\ handred dollar.I thousand and twenty dolUrs. legislative assembly, ernandina Fla., April 20, 186$.
of the
general Ter.
For compensation of the surveyor
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