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: October 7, 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: UF00053711:00026
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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( 'H in million >1 t" r c 11 tt 11 t iI, j I II Address of COY. Marvin. means for establish, so son as you may, a charaChr -j deference, and they call them thus b A Manly Appeal to the North._ Southern people, a you well, know. have

I The i is the address of faithfulness, truthfulnes and indus- this is There I said been bred and born politically in the JefTer-. -
HAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. following Governor It is cause so. they,as A SOCTIlEIlXEi .
1 try. your privilege; it is your duty-a are white and till the land I.EE ] sonian State Rights .
WILLIAM O. MARVIN the colored people at Marianna which serant Shol
to } duty owe to who
\reliant you yourGod ha given feed the do other work that is To the Editor of the N. Y.: Tribune: Men have gone to- where where
C'o UhItlP'$1OL I reported for the Journal to freedom, to and to the stok 1 t
as FlvrWion you yourselves
by could f und with
doy no
done here and and all of nnything
they are respected
.T JCJo.ooiHLt.F, 'LA. recollectno doubt the. b t lk.
.. .. -- their correspondent: great country that protects you. Without them find employment, as you do ifyou Sm : You will lug behind or yearning._ .
--- may I860 when TndiCiTf
rndustryyou would soon form habits of I in .
great gave you Deemb.r factories now dis-
"FKAXKLLN will conduct .
DIBBLE, M FRIENDS -You that for idleness and yourselves properly. and once.s wel appiut.
: are aware the indolence-would resort to stealing a perfect: I upon you, again
ioiH Jlerchanl, last four there has been But you must not think busc you as strngr voucher from i manted. A being .
ars from a
fouimiso y waged a terrible to keep you starving, and thus soon free the white without eve friendly any thaf la amusing:, their outfits -
FLA.IltwluccrurcUsu. war between the white of the North become a people, you are their obtruded :
't. II.I-OX\'ILLE, man a curse even to )yourselves. Nor mutual acquaintance, upon your ,
I of little than a
'r wdraiicw in Cash or nuppliegiin.tox ,' and the white man of the South ; during need you think that the white man cannot equal; because you are not. You will haveto valuable time, and asked an hour's talk upon I mahier a more pket. #

Dlatle()IlnlOl"".. h to C. D U1Lble, icew York. which time many battles were fought, 1 great take care of himself without you for he can; before do a great begin many to thing eat you cannot You do, the state of the country. Some few wek I knife Give us time beLcne, sir, arid; a fair trial-1 ":-It is'all. _

-- many people' lulled, cities were his education and superior "power of mind you a they. since were kind enough to say,
you -
IIANDELL.WHOLESALE ask. But suspicions nage-abse
A will have to be able to wnte a book a we esp .
many plantations destroyed, and large trcts I instruct him how to do it. There is, there bid met you in New York, that the opinions 1 because spirits not reduced
GROCERS railroad our are
of With this war fore, no danger of his starving if a steam engine; a then in regard to our impending J"t
devastte. you '
countr expressed level of.an the
anybody i ptian-h1iu1g
Mreot near Barnard thousands of other things you now know ,
193 Kay ha ; you neither commenced to starve, it will be you and The troubles had been verified somewhat to literally -
S1VAXXAU, OE011GJA.rc it nor did end it nor is the result attributable There thousands knothin of. They are far ahead of you, andit and kind outrage and violence*and the happy donotlitugconescatton -.
you yours. are of white men in and, by your manner recep Submit _
steamers from Xew is foolish for to think they arc not su- beggirj: .we, humbly. .
taiitly rowiving per to at It you emboldenedto .
the North who
\ ((w> you nIl was a whit man's have never owned a slave tion of what I had to say, I am i .
York,llio larJ;:<'t't and most complete assortment of It is true few and to you and will ever b; but they will I is not giving us a TiT trial v. ..
ardently hope
rocem-Bin thi_ ciiy. Vy war. a men were scarcely have ever seen one, whose in- prior rise to address tou this leter. We have differed you and how ; ;; '
jj.-orders ty wail accompanied vrubc remit- enlisted in the army of the U. 8., but they dustrious pursuits and habits have secured to ifyou try yourselves, that my frankness honesty of purpose to You have established wd/
$ promptly filled, lowest market prices. T:. fought no battles; or if engaged at all in such them a living and many of them for- and you must try, and make fast fends of do in what I have heretofore said to ly youpsitonJbi '"
goo than
1 them and bad behaviour go stronger -
\ngtut32 _. they were trifling affairs : indeed. vou had tunes,ad would bo the case with the not, by you ofmy section of the Union, 'will insure something We the fact arid logc.
\ !
them make them hate trying-
----- nothing to do with it. You at of the South if there you. I about accept earnestly
not of of what am
white was one an toI '
:;::4tILMAItT1N.: ine impartial hearing make the best of :
JOHN FLAXXEBT. E. W. DBUMXOXD has been a in Middle I to it. What more 1 Is it -
home, worke l have yourlve the you to remain in the In the North stor circulate I _
I.. J. tiriUIAIlTIN ACO.., I countr. Florida, that on next I desired that we should 'humble to. -
bloc on it but few
your are negroes, is it the place Very recently I have passed through
the'land mules &c.: will be taken the earth, and with our mouths .
(:. JJL-\.L smrriXG, it neither for from your] _
comm was intde pros- them to live, covered a-j it is with snow country from Southwestern Virginia,throughthe
AXli rOKWARDlXG MERCHANTS ecuted tf:Hh the end in and former owner and divide'l amon you.- and our bands upon our mouths, cryrPeccavi.peccaviP' -, _
.OMMKSIOS you thick ic tor at least six months of the States of North and South Carolina, to .-".i ,
Xo. U!; Bay Street from slavers'. Neither the Northern white man year; but here in the South, where you have Such a story I suppose you have all heard. this place, where I reside. I have spent

Ujymrit'Ikf <*ity Haiti, Sot-anna, Gtnrgia nor the Southern white man expected nor in- been raised and become acclimated, is, of all Have you? Speak out. If you"have tel me much of the last two years in Virginia- Remember, Mr. Grecly that we er'btb

Particular attention given to procuring freights,anilliug ': ended such result: neither, therefore, is en- places the best for you to live and prosper so. ("Ise hearn it, Ise hearn i said at.)- lived for years in South Carolina, and have mistaken We thought you would nt ;

orders for hard pine timber and lumber, cotton. \ flied to your thaeks or gratitude. To a.igher in. Well who told you s? ( answer, numerous relations and innumerable acquaintances and you.thought we were an effeminate, en-
ic. 1m August I soldiers.") What soldiers ? These soldiers ervate race ot people, that would required -
1\,1. hides should "
feel for If then in b
: I powei you grateful Now in the "Old North State. ,
-'-- will avail of these i ,
freedom you yourselves advantages in town V ("No sir, the Confederate to be carried on the march _
EBH1V\ CUA8. t. HARDEK.EIIWIX your to-day-to the and sldiers. of the people of these States and "onrue
oHinT' speaking
Provdence or not ? As know .
lender mercies of Almighty yet you nothing Well, I spoke to the colored people reference to groes, and whom yourscwing societies could
are the sentiment
A irAIlDEE Go. about freedom. In reference to it you may the other and did understandme. tone of public into the Gul Four of terrible
day they not sweep ,
cy years
free free the white
as voice .
; a : man-A( be to child born the state of the country, I do not speak correctly -
compared a just -almost
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I want you to understand me. I have war have removed these delusions, -
"Thanks the Lordy. Jesus!1" I either and'cn
is that a
I bled o3 will have to learn. all I have to am "
followed everything you You wi been sent here by the President to talk to you, say vinced us both of our "
I BAY STREET: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. by pious ejaculations)-and never hhe! much to think about, great man of feeble powers of observation and in- err.
and I tell the truth and ifhe had operated a mutual introduction ofthe"; ,.
you thoughtI
the S. exist a
. ,Augut12 1m again so long as U. (and God encounter difficulties to contend with duction, or that very great deception has ..,
_. __. _. _. ._ _. rant they may exist forever?) will you be experienced- and harder never would not telliou the trath he would not been practiced upon me. If cecive then sections. Henceforth let us be friends. '
bfor proba- have sent me. I talked to the white people Oh, for one hour Daniel Webster. .
j (ALn\\'ELL & :MORRIS reduced to slavery. If you ask me the question to do have done bas every intelligence ad 'y.
bly ever grade
I whether the white man of the North or you before.- yesterday and I talk to you to-day, and I bility walk and repcta. know what he would say-as we all::
; .UCCESORS TO BREWER & CALDWELL, Heretofore, comparatively, you have had no want you to understand me and every cass every we all should 'confess ont -
I me white man of the South is your friend, I cares. Your influenced interest bleyewhat .1 expressed desire of every phase of life, ere fault
mlter by I The President inflicted all
! IOTTOX FACTORS AXD GEXERVL COMMISSION will answer you by saying that I hope and.ielieve aside from human feelings, which I say. will not you in these States, conspired to mislead and betray wrolg. 'sould fogve
none question foot of land mule The Northern ,
both of them are but if it to nor a nor hog, nor cow, deliberate _
; comes a I me. I am misled, too, after making
I MERCHANTS, of them having, have fed .
question certainty to which of the two many you, not even a knife and fork spoon. (A voice, and toilsome search after truth. lieves that the Sutds worth having,has no
New York. a clothed you, and when sick have nursed you "Dar I old hear dat? dat's bad time to lose in of and
20 O1 I Slip I j is your letter friend, I shall answer plainly man, a egg Two months I left home to visit the co-operation .
I and when nesr have employed medical dat chicken wont hatch no how!I") He has ago, restoration; and, rest assured, he.baa
MORRIS, .md tell the white man of the South. what le.
!> IL CLD KU- I B. C. JR.August you of North, that I might see for myself was
5 610WM. I 1 was born in the North, raised and educated atendac almost; raising their exclusive your children has given you your freedom and that is ev.er.y- the state of feeling there in regard to the time to waste on imagiar terrors and dan _

there but I have spent the last thirty care; they 4hing he intends to give you, and ger.
years and her future. I adjourn
B. JAKf.OS.;: L. WARROCK. furnished the old wi-men to watch over them enough and of will understand Sut resolutely There is as much
probability' ,
of my life in the South, and I consider my- you project of a private and domestic just my
during the absence of their mothers who every
Vhen I tell Before contemplanting the murder of
the each
wife and
between the two you why. war my -
JACKSO.Y A:: WARROCK sl capable judging peo character, till I should ascertain (if that were .
came two three to, them during '
or tme nurse one o'you was worth in and cents to parricide is now as possible a hi _
particularly in reference to )yourselves. dolar possible) the animus of the States that weilded ce the
irrriov ANL: E.\LHAL COMMISSION: :IIERCUAns.JACKSOX.ILU the day. freed men and women tales I
I know the Northern man, or yankee, as you a your owners, eight a thousand, the military and political power of the again repeat,a war and 'al -
:, FIA.CONSIGNMENTS you arc by your work to feed your- : fifteen hundred dollars worth ask or and such
call him, from the crown of his head the or more than toward unhappy section. hop i peace fortunes we _
-0-SOLICITED. sole of his foot, and I tell you to-day a t your sehcs, clothe yourselves employ medical fifty acres, or eighty acres of land and a mule country Previously, I had my (or thought I had) can the embers left us. '
attendance raise and educate ob
Fcisoual attention given to forwarding Merchandize friend, that the Southern white man, with chi.dren. properly raise your thrown in. Well: the President has, in giving tined full insight of the truest and deepest rustng! you may see fit to publish

and Cotton. whom you were raised and who is acquainted 'i you your you your freedom, taken s many dolar feeling of our own people, which was this wrltrn. with a desire sincere '
children ? afraid of
15! if. am some. .youyou and from old masters to good-
Aug. with your habits and customs i the best y cts' your I by
furnished have intimated. -
__ ..___ will not. 1 to mat 1 nave as every variety -
u. regret say thinks as I do have lost and I remain
friend have.I they enough, I very
you character and Of Jour section repctfulJi.
enA" A. FAIRCHILP. I. A. ROBIX8OJCFAIRCIII1YD heard, indeed known of instances where it have had I It
have told you that you are free, as freeas mohers have their children to. you by enough given to you. I. I take great pleasure in saying that I .
& he we're it would Meadow Nook New Atlanta
ttOBIVSOX neglecte give more Ga.
the white man, that you never will again perish and to they would set upa 'curse to t God you has directed the prove President was agreeably surprised, and since my re 14, 1865. ., Aug.

DEALERS IN be slaves-that God himself has given this I wailing and lamentation, in sad contradiction you. turn I.have been more than gratified to speak 1
g-eat how much .
to and he
GENERAL MERCHANDISE DRY GOODS, freedom to you ; now, then, the question is, is to thoir actions towards them ; God knows give what you best wi give of it. Everywhere, and I may almost say A GRIZZLY -. -
'no more. is The St Louis
it to a to looking to you. all of people, I found a universal CH.\I Relub
prove blessing you your bile lived which indicated among
GROCERIES, HARDWARE ETC., ETC.. "S they ; strongly If you had so much land and so many mules case icn states Seth Kinman, 'the
advancement and civilization involving conciliation. I talked as
,or a curse,
that wished them to die so that no Rk
Strt't, Jadtonrillt. they they given to you, it would be the ruin of you.- Mountain bas constructed
nay a condition of vagabondism and ultimate longer would be on their hand Such acts freely and unreservedly as I could do when sented trppr. ad ,
You would become !
and ha'! ha to Johnson
proud -
ORDERS 1'ROMPTLY ATTENDED TO destruction? It is with and say ever the conversation was I stated ( a "grizzly
you you are abominable and unnatural in the sightof introuce "
"I have land now and mule and I am a chair. The four with the feet. and S
al me to determine. Your liberation from gentleman that I had been that I .
your God and and will in time ; leg
Sep mbf'r 9 -tf man, bring and I ain't work." NowI a eme claws in
agoing to perfection those
former state of slavery, has in the dispensation down on the head of those base enough to thought I was right, and had no reason to a hugegnjz-:
ask if it is not ? Wouldn't it make zly bear while the
: you so arms are and
S II. II.ATTORNEY of Providence and under the same the arms
.tNIREWM unexpectedly come upon commit them the awful punishment that change my opinion; "
crcumtnce '
you proud and foolish, and it paws another the back and.sides
and the country. Neither is would't prove would feel in honor and g.izzly
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. you prepared deserve. Now that are old or
you grownup I ? it also
for it. state of trial scarcely as say (Sverloiehyes, sir, I had done. That I had sacrificed are orment wit immense claws.
I im"oln- to be men and women, cannot expect to would." i have a The seat
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. less to yourselves than to your former ownI I, much of the benefits of freedom but ) :bet you to my time, exposed my life, and lost exceedingly cOrf rti't
enjoy ; it and ble but the
be contented with
you must having great feature of the
ers and while it b their duty to accomodate I I what had but, now that the matter -
Block Protvt JfflrltJfll's.f'el't. ; have the privilege of sending child properI ; .
OjfkJI'U'8 ore you your freedmen tion" is that
and what else have
by cord
your you you touching a ; the head
themselves to what they consider misfortune submitted to the sword,
may I
} and them that .
school ben
I to so
2 tf ren prcp-irin will of
_. it is also your duty to show by good will be greatly benefited by ()Ltintst to get by work And when you had been decided by the sword, I regarded a monster grizzly bear, with ditede
--- -- '" they
it shall will
made in
have 1) will
... conduct appreciation of what ,. it work, you it as to submit and jaws, dar fron and under ,
C. i-OOI'EE. 1/. Kl>BEE.OOI just you may : raise them up in the fear ot Lord, know my duty cheerfully patiently s
consider a blessing. Now will do it? \ how many daty of hard toil it ost youto and to do all I could to restore peace snapping gnashing its teeth a natural as
and when shall be as old as that
( >IK A:: iiisiiirc.'ATTO they you it and then will value .
get ,
\Villvoushowtoyourcounlryand to the I wfl t know fomcthing about freedom and be yon i and harmony to the country. That 1 had l
RN K Y:< .\T' LAV, world! that you arc capable of rising from and take care onto You now arc at liberty taken the oath with an honest purpose to --- -- --
far better calculated than now to
JACKSONVILLE: FLA.Itjirr your present state to one of credit and respectability along in the world.: Another you thing I I r have get to to work for yourselves ; you have none otherto keep it, and believed that I was now as faithful The Indian name which designate s many .
? I hope but I fear for work for. You belong now to no man : true to allegiance as man our naval vessels are the subject of -
you my any
wi tel. must live in lawful state of my
*r ntf St'vy fiauHuiis' 1'lnJc./ you; you a have ceased to be property never anI transformations Jack.
many of you. I know, though I am been \on ; you North or South. by call The Wia-

!o\t1.tf'JDtJEor'9 Gm.p here as the Governor of the State, and tell I! ]matrimony.: I you at once have and never a clcrgy-regu will be sold again; and if you will struggle These, sir, are the honest sentiments of sahickon the "Widow higgins ;" the Miami
KIIXCIR: YOU that you are free, that you will not believe nun, or a magistrate go and be so; and when hard and do right, live a goo men and women every brave and true man who has done his the"ism and now the Miantonomab

it. You are prepared to say, that youremain and you will prosper; you will duty;and I take satisfaction in acknowledging brn by the same authority
.\ATTORNEY T.AV.GAIM.6VILLE the and .I I yOl are, be faithful to your marriage obliga- sutler. You all look to be well fed l, well that great with and ")Iy aunt-knows-no-mann and the Shockoc- '.
on same plantations are cou- lions. You husbands be constant to they met a warm
your clothed, healthy, strong full of muscle and kon the "Shocking-corn.,
HOtlDA. troled and direct by the same owners, for wives, and wives be constant to your hus- friendly response from even gentleman to

Will attend promptly to all caws before the Military whom, a you have to work, and that i. bads have only one wife or one husbind: sinew, showing the kind treatment you have whom they were spoken. Among the military _'0
; .
Court at Jjilt-oimlle or Lake CiUgtlKt : received, and are well prepared to to Hon. Jas.
) you go
\ 12 you do not understand by such fart that you for such i is the law of God. men almost universally,a generous sympathy Spe Attorney General;
ImpAltCUIlULIJ are free; and on and after the Janu- i work for( yourselves and. to develop the resources was felt and expressed for the suffering has given notie persons who hay e. taken

ary next, I know as well as if I witnessed it I Now I feel that some of you, mo e intcll-! of the country. of the South, at least where I ehanced.tlsten. the allegiance under'te..thirteenth

T. BANKS, now, what you will do. You will leave your |J' gent and better disposed than the rest, wi I believe I have the whole ground With your leading political minds exemption, and'thos

ATTORNEY AT LAW, old homes-drift about the country-float I, succeed while others wi not But at frt I, and said all that is necessary ; if, however, I element and fraternal feeling predominating I and who hve apple wlo the pt'ofce: .'
t.AOUUILLE, FXOB1DA. is going be hard you much r' have left anything out let me know what it
from plantation to plantation-hundreds of t ul and a very general desire to pardon, whos have
\\111. attend. itiojj!titlv to all business intrusted to his you will come to town, and every where you der than any of you expect ; you must, is. Cum up you have a right to ask, so any fair measures for ameliorating promote our con- sactioned by the Governor, will be b

('Arl' .Taly 29-tr will be looking for freedom, and i it will onlybe b patient, learn to bear and keep struggling speak out! (Here a few unimportant ques- dition and healing every'exacerbation of the hold office and vote. ateT ttons.5 f .tite._ t_ '

on and you will after a while find it easier. tions were asked which were mind. Now "this .. ,
when your old masters and mistresses do stifactoriyanswered. public being the case -- -- .
-- : .
T. T. LONG Some of will work hard, make a little Now before I T ---T- -" .0
you ) -J .
will i-onvinced the soldiers who have
not that you be concude among fought and '
pursue you ,
money and save it, and on, till you get to ask arc ?- The New Orleans.Delta learns that.:,Presi- :
that are no longer slaves. And when you you stsfed won the fight, and the and true citizens ,
shall find will that are free-find one, or two,or three hundred dollars, and ("We arc," bya11)) you promise me to of the North who aided C.ret them to do dent Johnson .has appointed; S,, '. ain,,..
.. you
LAKE CITY, F' you Veils ,
a then will buy a piece of land, and do best be it Piovisional Governor of
Jul.22.-Gml'. it with hungry stomachs and with nothing to you you you kindly disposed to it i is painful, and I. disgusting, '
may: .
will go to some white man kindly diposedto all, to be good men and women? ("We of say and given him the same, that
eat, with the fact that none cares you, I permit a set scribbling correspondents to autorty
Practice or Medicine and Surgery. and that you are driviu more than ever to the colored man and borrow money will.") God help! you do i! throw any obstacle the way of peace. vested in Governor .
to buy a mule and a plough, &c., and you It is understood that the of- the
n IL.E31ILET. SABAL RESPECTFULLY: TENDERS care for yourh'c you then begin That the men who were elected at the late orton '
U his professional services to the citizens of Jack'KonvlUe consider what is wi to be done. will set up for yourselves. Others will in After the Governor had concluded his election in Richmond arc true and loyal citizens State Louisiana will' in the
and vicinity. wisely t time buy town lots and build on them, ands speech, the crowd gathered'more next thirtydays ; antthatinembrs of Congress '
will honorable
Many women come to town, as closely man believes. The
Office and rooms (for the present) at A.A Canova's you every "
and will work and save till him and will be elected the first Ndyember
on on, around him of
and i when 8 pressed Herald's befr
jcsidenceorner bay and Washington streets, wben11 washer-women ironing-women, many correspondent to the contrary not I,.
(*may be found at all times, except when professionally there arc already more here than arc needed ; they will own considerable property and become questions. One tl fellow, baldheded and withstanding. The t faithful discharge of and two Senators sent.:!
engaged. good examples for emulation. And with a loud following side is ] to Washington in time for the meeting of ,'
and soon you will be faced with the fact that duty to one the surest guaranty of integrity -
bept.; 2 3m.PROFESSIONAL. YOU, wives, too, must help your husbands.Do .- and answers were listened Con .ress.
you can get no work and with the necessity questions to the other. .
-- --- --- looking elsewhere for employment. You not think because you are free, that you to with great interest and no little amusement 1 feel, sir, the greatest importance' in I ._- 4 _.._. :

.-DR. M. J. MURPHY lear very soon that town is not so greata husbands arc to support you, and that you by all: bringing these mater to your attention, and The .first -" '
Physician and Surgeon to are to sit all day in your houses and do noth "Gubner I wants to I .ISEGE'\TIOS'Y:U Am.- .
1 tenders hziiervicDs i lbce as you thought, and you will leave Pomp.- ax you a I sincerely hope you will set them before the for
i practical
the Jacksonville and surrounding couutry. You that able must the cs lnet
into ary
people are sir.
ing. go
to live ine the bestplace for question, your readers in their .true light and not miscegenation is that of ,
Particular attention: will he given to diteasm of women countI.-thc you. fields and work have done before. CapU E. J. Scranton;
.uti children. Office at his residence, corner of For. Now, after you found your as you I Go-'I\rel, ask on. permit the hurtful and malicious misrepresentations One hmdredandtwetyeighthUntedSe '.

ryth and 1I01tan.s1reela. 3m July 8 freedom, and driven by stern necessity to do'j is lady like, it is proper for you to do so. two wives. De fust onedidn't which are being dropped thick I colored. who.has been tried
a by court.,
something for yourselves, the question is, You should never think of becoming a bur- do good by me no how-wan t no hail-stones all over the North by wicked and martial tp: charged ot cohabithigwithIn.i .

Medical Notice. What is the best for you to do? My advice de.i to your husbands, but should do all you count nudder-didn't help me a bit-.didn't designing men, to gain credit. Your paper, campand'afterwards. ,

i is remain the where can to aid in supporting your fnmie I do nufiin for me, and I left her and fetched is believed and arlgaclor. -
flil. A. 8. BALDWIN will resume the practice of his to on plantations you sir, respected, no matter how man of bad reputation, be-
U, profession aU it* depirtments. His office and have been accustomed t work, with your know nothing more trifling, b up wid anudder one. Now, sir, whicher wide the difference of opinion, and you haveit dismissed the service. The st.: ,
residence is the first house of Mrs. BndnaU's avoided than a good-for-nothing whicher I to stick to?' ofe.wa -
vest former owners if they make a contract shifc one got in to
your power accomplish in Gen. Gillmbre's
Hoase.Jacksonville wi Nor think that great mite t,--Sfir- .
Boarding uo not goo. ,
woman. you Gov.-"Which one do love the best? deg
with Make the contract can you These correspondents because I
you. you Herald
bet ,
22-tf .5th.
,July I an free, you have a right to be impudent, Pomp.-"I loves de one Isc wid now sir, ,&t. .
with them,and show to them that you are willing some lady drops her vail when she is staredat .
white _.
to work better,now that you are compensated uncvi or people. do best. on the street, or refuses to bow to one with : -- -- - .

MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. E.S.ALDRICH, for your work, than you ever have \" no such right. Impoliteness is Gov.-''Then live with her, have her for whom she is not acquainted you that the I PRESIDENT JoiufsojJ.-Life may be, dearer. :

; and Surf eon, late of San Francisco done l before. not justifiable in anyone. You should b your wife; but you must live with her and rebellion is scorched, not tcl! that amnesty than all else to i
California, be ronsnlted at his office at Mrs. Had thing
nail's J/antitm may Uuute or at the Drug Store of Mr. J. Be faithful,be trthful,be honest,be itercE-I. as civil, a polite as you always have ; her alone, and not, after awhile, get tired of oaths are taken and pardons accepted by others- the SQteroma 5mcprrT.ther onething .

.Tones. ted in the afl'airs of the plantation ; se more so if you cn. It is proper, it is your her and then go off and get nnotherthatwnnt the leading men of this country for a "snare 1 d rer.stin4 t, --when' ,
be It is for choI
June. .2&th-tf. the mules are well fed, that the hogs get duty to s. impossible politeness do. and delusion;" and they influence the'(minds struck, vlbte.the f his ,souL- .
-- attention and that things entrsted to t do you any harm, and it will do you a Pomp,.with delight-"Ah I ha 1 11 said dat of good and well meaning people throughoutthe J I And President Johnsonr ? .

Dr. J. A. S. TODD. I goo you not neglected. When I say make a great deal of good. You do not wish. .to Yankee officer was wrong all de time. He North by hints of more and laid his hand when hd?sid that th'e "
removed to Jacksonville.Fla.,and will continue I make white people hate you. i is to them dont he dont Gubner scision he blohe 'jp1
H' contract with your former owners and advise I ) gib your ; I renewed terrr'civil war. 1 1I :of the South could and 'must \

,\ Office the practice and Room of*his.-Up profession stairs in C. Nichols all Its branches.BuIWimr. you t remain with them, if they wi let you vou that want you are to be to look instructed for almost by ever.thing; i says I must" lib wid de one I got dc mot hU- |I In reading these pernicious slanders, I.amfled I when he trete those b. fate >had

? Bay Street where he may be found at all hours, unles* : and vou can arc.I mean for do so lun by. _d I with diSs. and stand overnowered. i brought to mercy at hi feet as a
prufeiisionilly engaged.Sept. it they are kind a I know many of them to learn from them a great many things you Gov.-"W'el you'inust support your chil- 'j ad possible turpitude and knight would have treated' vanquished

23-Cm arc; but not t remain with such as are disposed cannot possibly learn without them; s youm tell you that you are liberty cruelty of the human heart. enemy-when he branded It hi:a ,"pestilentand :
ist be polite and civil to them and don'tpi a
to treat you cruelly and meanly, but to desert your children under any circumstances In the name of God, are not'million of I milignant" utterance that.:the South,:'in .
and flaunt and look insolent .
S. D. go elsewhere and find better employers. Let t on air at ; that will never do. Which wife have men lost to.the peaceful walks of taking !heoat.: had blister.ed.it3 a ,
tPOX.UIGEO tli2in and don't as I heard has been lore l ,.wit f .
more children ? :
your contract be for a part of the crop or s 1a\'o YOU by not the crutches or crape in ten .lie. ; .
: JC DKNTIKT.jACKhOXVILLE : much money, and when you have made it, d( ne in places,jostle, or or shove upagainst Pomp, (sick.uLr Gunner, Isc got de household all over this once-blessed thousn land,. ., Here Andrew Jolinson'toucned us to -

FI.A.UUEIBK"Jf'n' abide by it You must recollect that in being I them when passing them on the road most chiun now lcy got mew qurter million bt families with nothingover a\ c and fired 'tit: .

and)flro Irania years College practice.Dental Surgery free )yourselves, that the white man who |I Such: into a course trouble is,highly Some wrong of the and most will polite getyou nR Cr I got.dem.." their be.ds for shelter but the blue her'intr.de, it.1)\3 trut tht he .vindicated -:

June 24th whether former owner Heavens the ashes the honor of
-Itptf. may employ you, your ---- -- silently gazing on and aspersed
.... colored men'who
I have
were '
ever seen
men %
: :' = not is as free as are and if crumbling of.what used to enforced patience and :silence
': or you ; afEr'mnklnO 1 I had been raised in families. BRAZILIAN STATISTICTS.-The. population fOlndltion once ,
good They were
MILL MALE. a contract him do not I. be "sweet home arc not I these was done them I : '
SEAT FOB Wltl you of estimated ; say, enough ha'e'bc to
naturally polite and knew well how to be so, was by the Government, ginmpt.
aubfcnber suitable conduct ought, that he has azi to make the chapter of 'terrors ed as the
(ffersatl1atesale a Lot or yourself a you sufficiently very : .
THE aivl! it is with You can be as politicas in ; at 7,077,000;of whom were plron
a Kite, situate the $t. Johns River, at When makea s you. 2,00,0 for 'fraud.-CQljtutjoaal.
nJi on a right to discharge you. you whites mixed free spicy these unchained demons that they .. ',. -
and not to be other- -
For to any one, you ought 1,121.0 '
1101 particulari apply .
contract see too that the man with whom should desire tJl p'other ) .
R. V. BAWAX. It is a duty which isdue to yourselves; toes, etc ; 800,000 civilized Indians ( ; -T 1--S-: -',. .1. ta'q
Datrncrreaii Saloon, Bay StrPt,Jacksonville. you make it has property-has land, or mules wi. and and tfcat : 000,000 mixed slave population 2- us ? S
K gentlemanly lady-like, now ; have in our repotoriaU ,
cattle of which i Southern R-\Ve corps
and out
i4eiuber9-2wp and you men, they are 4
yet.thinking' '
wagons say j
you are free, you should and be gentleircn 000,000 African slaves. In an out Jenkins, whose1nbrition3jx.th .
--- 187the _
----- -- because if tr evil '
if arc, too 'for
may necessary, get your pay; and ladies. You greater inducement standing was composed yet' felnO quite proudly of --'
FOR SALE. his after army that way describingfemale "apparel"ixcddents ; -:
he nothing and refuses to pay you people ,and havelost
than had before and ifYtm for ordinary and 20,000 forextraordinary or every to'waterfalls '
now ever etc. have
you ; undoubtedhy'1..aattracted
A GOD Steam Saw and O rU Mill. 28 horse i>ower. have worked for him one'or two thing. And s'to their cheerfulness relief -
you years
times the national
complete running Any wishing wish to be (esteemed as ladies and gentleaen war guard was 106,000men '' .put..lady readers.
claim law he tbe cnfranchlseixj their Itcntondt
orr. JIf'MI cannot collect by for over nt of
your negroes -
w purchase can"'f the station No. 18, on the you you must conduct yourselves accord-) whose officers are well drilled, I'nd one- Unlike .Y he
I.aunu A'bany and Jell JaUa4. Price (3000.- wi have nothing to pay with. All you can hgCall your old Master, Master, andyjurold third of the rank and file' are liable to be ,they..solemnly, ,w'Un the ,North.tliat. is distinguished sme for l t} !k.ei
i is his skia know. (Great there is nothing'of it it.
apply from cat ,
a ,
you upon
pan'I. get
called into service in of
) Mistress. It is right case occasion to doubt
you of hla state-1
WM. F. hOOKER lstf' .IIi In.Ihelnarne: of nU'that Is.Just is this be nc\cThad any
) to .
No. 5, Pen. and Ceo. B. R. Fla.MACHIXE laughter. should; it 'proper, it is polite. You do not 18o7 the Brazilian navy numbered 43 te'sl menu.until yesterday when he the .

-f tmbr I-L I sty when you have made your contract, nr.ean by calling them so, that you belong totem in active service (ofwhich, 15, are .'ste r] I :'cxpee'OfU8.belc'e'not. following'questionable report' .tutn a. ..conversationi'whTchhe.saya -_.-
do after
abide its conditions and not
by but that wish to be respectful and 10 in ordinary Ind' 29 gunboats-the naval cnfes altogether happy ; he overheard :
SHOP AND FOUNDRY. one half or six months of thc year shall have you force :'over,the state of things : ..
and to no cause for offence but mustering 46, men existig-at Army friend '
give 'peent Chplain-"Myyotthgcol5r
subscriber break olf from it because in do- ( but'I do that we :
liaviulotucd U expired
THE I .abOrU s rather.desire to I don't must I say accept a can read V" '; :: ?*
.prpar o execute any orn i h.l of ing yo.i will do great injustice alike to those please. say you are making the best.of it. ,with heroic fortitude you
\ neatn them Masteror Mistress but I iLls I Conabajd-"Yealy'. .
(. and ; say ."i
lion. Emerson and, '
cal '
deapatob.JOHN : have and ; resignation and I to the
,. CARD.6.A Wl employed you t yourslve.Under and ] In you to do it,and you ought 1 with Etheridg Tcnrce' ; appeal .Army :Chaplai"Verygop&l WipaPry
polo (
i fine Grist U to such circumstances you charged magnanimous and charity all .
Chrisia *
b '
lUl premises not '
tumiming order, '. U1 le.auhf- nef SatorUy entitled to pay for the work you ; therefore it. I have known may defaming and l holding'up ta infamy 'Governor 'large souled'men onus > you choose : .
< :
-__ & W 9-tf nor indeed ought you>to be. You will find ;white servants, and there are I Brownl,and'Iresidcnt :Johnson, and if any more could Bt bo Judgment any Contrab4nd- Mv7eliM"assar1fyoif; lche"v -.

JOB that every thing .depends upon' ''you If you the North where lwa raised, and it is BO in, desecrating the name and memory' of the more would bo consistent".with .that self respect -I.: take a r.or.trcel.t'Hi': <>,c

PRINTING, would succeed m being employedand 1* England, too, who call those who em.ployJf8ter I late President Lincoln, is to be tried at Memphis -I' and dignity which entitles us to be a The chaplain ,"
I and Mistress. is term of the contraband at the then
SEATLY Chaplain the
EXECUTED AT THI OFFICE thUR in thriving in cnstauty By all I 1 respectand in a few days by court mart Isi. part of& great nation. latter i 1/rhed./ -faf'tfth;Prop**'.. l









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4 '- ,,,FENIANDIJI. COLUMBIACOUNTY? MEETING. The Savannah Herald of October 3d,' has ., x*$* UEOnGA IZATOY. fbrthe regulation of and the
kiitin4aiIiniiI.H. lab :
1 The New York papers are now teeming We would direct attention to the proceedIngs the following telegraphic summary : The Abolition of ami!government of ores[ populeUon P1t ,;

with interesting accounts of the progress of of the meeting_of the citizens of old Co- NEW YORK,.Oct. 2d. by thc,;{ lntnm!Shn'ertkIOwINIrt, the State-, and that the Legislator 'fit- o .

JACESCHVHXE: OCT., 7. 1885.: this Order of united Irishmen, organized under lumbia, together with.the. accompanying correspondence The steamship Belgium from Liverpool fos. i compensation A of said,( ,, Comisiontfse
] dates to the 21st ult Father MONTGOMERY, Ala., Sept. 23.
-- -- ---- -- passed rm
? mmitte
..... the above name, for the purpose of..strik- between the committee and viU this afternoon. The recognition'of; titter destruction of Amendments to the Constitution
J. r. fTIQIBT8dltor Proprietor. *ng a blow for the liberation of Ireland'froth Ju dg WG. ':The one is calm and unfwthy ; 'Arrests of the Fenians in Ireland onrilu(* / d. ;slavery passed the cenvc"ntion this afternoon, ed so as to read n! follows: 1arn

,HOLMES 8TEXLE, Associate Editor. the English Government. It ia said that dignified;resulting in the deliberate ;The Liverpool cotton market was much a fter.live davs': warm"debate and excitement, "Ilcrcafter, there shall be a [
there are over two hundred thousand, stem 'choice of two of ablest and most 'excited, and had advanced a' half ((1-2)) to by awajorit: }''rou' at t 89 tot: Seven members I ]laM by the General Assembly Cpitto\n tax
t.heirbst three-fourths ( ) of a penny. The sales of only were absent.v., each pol shaH never be l less than
GOYE81loa JACK. and determined Irishmen and their friends popular citizens the duties delegated of
American cotton for the week reached 180-, The following ia the ordinance : the laid on one hundred dolar' :
aOJCYIIAE HEQALD. in the UB&ed States, who are under the obli- ; while the other, on the part of the 000 bales. The sales on Friday were 20,000 Be it ordained by tiie, people of the Slate of land, it bring left to the

We lay before our readers this week, the gations of an oath to rush to the support of Committee, is a simple notice of the acton of i bales, the market closing with an upward of Alabama, in Convention assembled, that as to determine what inhabitants the ern5ly Stat

address GoTemor MARVIN, to the colored. the organization in existence in Ireland,when the meeting, is, on the part of Judge LONG, a tendency.From The Public the the institution State of of Alabama sla'e'r},'has hereafter been there destroyedin shall] law shall 0 excepted appealed from to. the Or 1 f the
people of Marianna,,to which our neighborsof the opportune hour arrives to strike. That dignified acceptance of the trust reposed, and An official statement of the public Debt debt be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude Mr. F. Pickens intnxhecd the

the Herald took such strong ground of exception the organization in Ireland feels confidence expressed in the \fetus spirit of patriotism. shows. a decrease twelve and a half. ,mil-1'in 'this State otherwise than lor the punblifncnfofcrime I I clause fog the Constitution, which flowio':

; last week. in its strength is evident from the 'boldness Judges NIBLACK and'LONG will do honor to !. lon' since the 31st of August duly[ convicted., whereof And the party sh:1 be :'I n'l to the Commite: on Amendments to ; .

Now without appearing as the apologist or with which they drill under the very nose,as their constituents, and vindicate the wisdom Treasury given notice Ik it further ordained, that the constitution "For debts hereafter

defender of Gor. MABVDT, we beg to dissent it were, of government authorities at home.- of their choice; and while seeing that Florida I j I that it for will certificates exchange of indebtedness compound interest to the be amended striking out nil provisions .tates shall be subject contrctrtto real e

in toto from the construction attempted to These demonstrations were, at first, sneered suffer no detriment in the act, they will re- : extent note: not fifty millions ofdollars at 'six per in relation to Its slaves and slivery.nd .- but this shall not be construed so as exection to pre.

be put upon this language by the clouded at by the English press, as the mere irregularities link her in close, and we trust happier, unionto I cnt for twenty years, the bonds bin; at A Be it .I vent any of legal the process against the rents and
ordained that it shall be the
that arp.-Sarnnnh
is > !
in jrf
the old sisterhood of States per cent premium ln..14'
geniuses of the Herald,and insist that until of young madcaps choosing to indulge : bonds( for $103 in certificates and $10. duty of isle Legislature at its next session, to inst. *

we see & contradiction or denial of that their idle hours in the sport of drilling in the At a meeting of the citizens of Columbia County, The News by the t7erutania.NEW pass such laws as will protect the freedmen ot -

bpi:cch of the Governor, as reported we are open fields at late hours of the night, instead held in Lake City on Saturday, the 22nd inst..Joseph YORK Oct. 2d. of this state in the full enjoyment of all their Our ?e'York CO"pndfn .
1 Pr ice, was called to the chair, and L. Drown right of personal property, and guard the
bound to believe that the address was-substantially of going to bed, as became steady young men; Eq.Secretary. was The steamship Germania from Southampton [ against any evils that may arise from NEW YORK, Sept. 21st.
reported in the uttered but the increasing boldness of these appolutd with dates to the 20th, has arrived. their sudden The fall
language by rapidly The object of the meeting was explained to be the Cotton in emancipation. seam begins to set in with the '
was buoyant
him on the occasion referred to. acts, and increasing numbers on all sides, nomination of two candidates t represent Columbia and had advanced a quarter Liverpool((1-4 a market half usual tide of business. Money i still in

The objectionable sentence, quoted by the seems to have aroused the earnest attention county i the Convention called by Governor Marvin, ((1-2)) penny. Sugar was active. t Compensation to Loyal Men. I abundant circulation. Merchants and Manu
r Herald Is "It aril materially to meet Tallahassee on the 25th October. The cattle plague was increasing in The Bristol, Tennessee, News of the 8th I l facturers
: was a white man's war. It of the authorities, changed very Eng find it impossible to fill their orders.
On motion a Committee consisting of James Banks
i is true that a few colored men were enlistedin the tone of the English press towards land.Mr. inst., says : The gold gamblers still it
Wm. B. Rosa, T. T. Long, W. W. Moore, James Goff, Benjamin, Ex-Confederate I keep in the mar
the army of the U. S. but they fought no them. While the latter has, therefore,beganto Arthur Roberts, L Brown, and Dr. Boyd, was appointed of State had joined the English Bar.Secretary It is the intention of the First of Col.District Taylor in the Representative kt and at the same average figures. Still

battles; or if engaged at all in such, they raise the warning voice to go\"ernmentthe by the Chairman. I.atet from Nan Domingo. to ask for an appropriation by the Conge the prices of articles of necessity have a

were trifling affairs.1Comparatively former had already,with genuine English pro The Committee having retired and canvassed the NEW YORK, Oct. 2d. i ment to reimburse loyal East Tennesseeans downward tendency. A sudden g

speaking, this language of L mptitude, laid hand upon the monster that claim of all the candidates presented, finally unanimously San Domingo advices of the 5th tilt have II for all their losses by the war durs the existence the _,te of gold would be followed fU i
nominated lon. 8. L. Xiblack and Hon.T. T. been received. of the To by a
the Governor is true, every word of it. This was springing up to assail it, and has placed Long. Whereupon Col. James Banks, Chairman of The death penalty for political of'ncshas I, so, with a prospect same.of success, he desires to that do j J corresponding( fall in prices of many articles

was to all intents and purposes "a white four of the leading counties of Ireland undermartial the Committee, reported to th< meeting accordingly, been abolished !in San Domingo.The each Couniy appoint a commite ol of importation. Many of the heavy merchants -

man's war," and till the promulgation ofPreaident'Lincoln's law, among which is the celebrated when the nominations were received by acclamation. U. S. steamer Mercedettc which has I three, who,in turn, shall a many a hold large stocks of articles.
emancipation proclamation Tipperary.The The Hon. T. T. Long being present, was called on, arrived here, saluted the San Domingo fag. | they think necessary for each civil district ol Their effort are united with te
:i and in a speech of some length, delivered his view Business was reviving in the Island. their respective coin ties[ to make out a list, te speculator
it was prosecuted without any ulti' English press asserts that there are an upon the issue involved, accepted the nomination, and Excitement; in a Philadelphia ('lr h. I' under oath, of said losses or damages. It i is in keeping up the price of gold.

mate view of changing the status of the immense number of traitors and informers i in was warmly applauded. PILADEIpmA. Oct 2. I his desire that the report of each county benriflc 80UTHERXOR8.Southerners .

negro in the then slave States. And Mr. the organization, through whore treason to it, JOS.PI PRICE, Chairman.: The Rev. Dr. Wilrrrar, formerly Past )r of'' [ out in tabular form, containing a correct are daily arriving La the city
there is taken the order but that I.. BROWS Secretary. St. Mark's Episcopal Church in this list of the number of Union men kills
Secretary Seward's instructions to our representatives no step by city, ,irom all the Southern Stites. Most
of it.Alas September 22ud, 1SC3. who went South at the begining of the waV, nut, wounded during the war, the number oi l of theme
at foreign Courts were : "thatthey the government is at once apprized reappeared here yesterday, assisting ii. the families and children left thereby without j here to strange with their creditors for
would take care to make known to the 1 when did the cause of Freedom never LAKE CITY, September 23l. 1863. I communion service, and creating a support{ ; the number and value of horses the liquidation of their debts, there return
'\ Governments to which they were accredited, 1I have a TRAITOR; and \\ here'did her foes everfail To At the a llunnralla meeting of f,the L Xibla.citizens and of 1 Columbia T Lung :County, sensation. Many of the congregation great lethe ft !j II the cattle, hogs and and sheep taken by either army; .vith stocks to re-engage in business at home-
amount value of
that the war would in no ways interfere to find ready to hand, that meanest thing this day held in Lake City, yon have been nominat church.----.--- I as such other item, houses grain, taken timbers, a wel&c. Among the Floridians in the city 1 M. Ni-

with the institution of slavery,"or language to of all the debased, an INFORMER a candidates for the Convention to meet in Tallahassee Circular of the Secretary ofthe Trer.nry '! &(detroyeda may suggest themselves to the flack, who is negotiating for the purchase of

that effect. In the present attitude of' affairs in Eng on the 23th: of October, and we hope you will both in Xote Upward. to 'oniierfei !'ft'lry : committee. He wants t the reports by the 1st o. Iachiex rolling stock, ect., for the Flori-

And till the whole Northern people becam.. land, it is manifest, that, if Fenianism is not accept. Yours truly, JAMES BANKS, | ]De'cmber-whcn Congress meets-so that Central railroad. He also
Chairman of Committee. I Ti.c Secretary of the Treasury ha*jut issued ., when asked, "what has been the los of thr i endeavoring
aroused to the fact that in their efforts to flOW ready to strike a stunning blow, and i is the following ducular ; 1 loyal l men in Last Tennessee ? he can have to have line of Ocean Steamers running 't

prcscrv be Union with slavery they were quickly supported from America, the strong Utinl,LAKE Esq., Chairman CITY, September Ctnnmitt't nth, ]8th, 1863.Jamci TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Sept. 21, 1865. the items and tgur uiiicli it i is said 'won't Jacksonville, to connect by railroad with St

fighting with one hand tied behind them, a inn of the British government will promptly] Sin :Yonr addressed: to the Hon. The instructions contained in the circular lie,' to back{ ( ( : We will send I jlarks and thence by teamers to New Or-

part of the army being engaged in fightingthe trangle it in its cradle; and history will haveo S. L. JfibUck and C"IlunictoD myself, informing us of the nomination of the Department, dated Sept. 16, relative to each number; of this in paper this district to the county and clerks of iL-ans. The prominent men who were interested
t while another less record another abortive effort of oppressed, l of a 3feetieg of the the counterfeit $10 compound inl'f'stnotc coinity they can, i the
whites part were no Iai people of Columbia k Asi t Treasuiies and de they are proper bring the matter before ii Florida trade before the war,
i busy in hunting up and returning escaped"contrabands" but still noble Ireland, having stretched forth County, and asking our acceptance,was duly received instructing not to out :is a- | County Courts." encourage the scheme. Parties are here alsoto
I tear that fellow citizen hare 'r depositaries pay $100 compound I __ _
my over estimated .
to their owners and, guarding 1: .ier manacled hand in vain to grasp! the ideal] my interest, notes nor denominations s purchase steamers suitable for the Savan- '
ability in this trying crisis. This,
from flight such as were inclined to, but hac: of her heart] -EMANCIPATION. ascribed more to their f to b' of compound interest notes bearing date Mat y The Alabama ('on,'enliou. .,ate and Florida route. _
genero.i) of feeling than 1 ", or prior to that time intended 1
not taken their departure,the war, we repeat, ------ weakness of judgement. They saould have pressed 1 1 apply 181' to notes held by ,such were As ,slant t 3o.TintrEir; Sept 17, 18G.i. E'lRTOS TO THE SOCTH.

r was prosecuted with no idea of interfering!:; THE WAR 1ST SOUTH AMERICA. into service their ablest and mOst discreet utatesmen. Treasurers and depoiorie5[ as 'Government tt I The Convention to-day paed an ordinance: Many Sothemors u endeavoring to induce -

with the domestic institutions of the Sout b. The demon spirit of war is still abroad. This Convention must seal the fate of our honored i funds, and were :igned to direct th constitute t : I white laborers to go" South. They argue -

n Happily for the country, as we believe, tin Scarce has its hoarse voice been hushed in i ic' \State for must weal alike or woeThe bo either present and future generations action of banks or individuals relative to such t I : successful, and happy or I compound interest notes, held on their {
Northen people saw their error in time t mr own land, but it is again heard rolling <, distracted and degraded by its action Prompe II I account. The difficulty and expenses of own at i Ii I i I The j Adjoiirnm 4' ,>,r iliOil.vj tli? South. Carolina negroes to work b to do away with the necesity -
save the Union without slavery, and electee. ''p from the Republics of South America. only by a desire to serve the community in whih I once withdrawing from circulation or exchanging I I II of their services by bringing dow

Sambo to a certain but by no means on bU While ns yet no battle of importam-e has have "pitched my tout," with great diffidence, I accept for other notes all compound interest I I .c jr >. /i.u1 tle p,- '', r''L.iyi. An appeal to be white laborers t compute with him. Several -

r : part voluntary participation in the contest. l been fought, yet the preparations for hostilities the nomination,and nay to my fellow citizens as notes of the character described now i in I! mntlf iti hdllLJ ", J'fun Uictis, frenliolin.Ve emigration societies a being organized
far a\e frailties of ou nature will permit, "let bygones circulation, make the attempt unadvi able.- I JOfl'dill, for that,
As for the numerical of the Union .
strength ,
are progressing on a more The will pur
magnificent be by gones, and the past &eternal past lokI l j Department however, withdraw
t army, we have not sufficient data at hand to scale, and larger armies are being assembled hopfu.and cheerfully t the future. Accept, though from circulation the $100 compound interest I \\9e have teci ,u me \:uarl ;ton Courier BCBISESS I THE CITY.

enable us to determine with accuracy the than have ever heretofore appeared on any I b in humiliation the new Irder of thig. Let us notes as fast as they may be received in the I of Saturday, ", .!l''! contins an editorial The complaint of the business men here is
rather try to correct than to distract. ordinary course of business, and reissue no summary of th [ of the South that they cannot fill their orders fast
precise number, but it may be stated with field in South America. The Paraguayan : war with al| more of the same And it is 1 Carolina Cbnvt-non, iltwu to the hour ol enoughto
certainty. to have been not much less than Government, with President Lopez at i its iU heart enough burnings do in and providing sorrows for, has those passed.who have Wehay that by due care and impression.camion, after the immediate { adjournment. -Not having received the intermediate supply the demand. The Oil] and Mig

two millions.of white men. And against this head, seems to be the assailing party,and has been left homeless\ and and in receiving an exposure of thc dangerous character of i I nails we are unable to present the Companies are declaring dividends and their
enlisted pnnllel 11 the counterfeit, any considerable I I I entire action 04 that body on points of en- stock will be in the market. The
number there up
were only 150,000 thrown educating their crculation people
into Corientcs of
an army the Argentine chidren wihout seeking to engender of them be prevented. AS grr sing intt.ret. such as the election of Governor -
may :
colored troops. That they made good soldiers 11 1- Republic, at the head of which is President i political strife in our midst. Let every true man dej urers and designated depositaries: will, therefore and Electors of President and Vic are learning by expence'to b more cautious

much better even than was expected, Lopez in person, while another army j| preate such conduct, no matter from what source i..i forward to the Tr 'asucr of the United I i I j I President etc. in han lng stok and of victimizing
"no one acquainted with the facts will for a maintains a foothold in the Brazilian and sprgs.look In the futuro let us be one and Indivisible, I I.I Slates such compound interest note a* arcof I' Among the tirst acts of the convention, by cUapsiog of bogus companies are
province ouly to the of our people and success and of which reader-
happles the denomination of $100, and all tom i our are already apprisI less (
moment pretend to deny. But when our of Rio Grande. Opposed to the Paraguayans of our State. President Johnson is as firm and pound interest notes which are dated May I I' were: req en.

r dark neighbor of the Herald goes into such are allied the Brazilian Government, true t his avowed principles of the Constitution 15; 1865, or prior thereto, the same being i! 1 t The repeal of the Ordinance of Seces- : THE TI\TRS.
1 ecstasies and tears a passion to tatlers over the Argentine Republic, and the Governmentof we could have him be. Should I be chosen t the Convention held as funds of the Government, and not *-ion The Theatres are now open for the fall

their achievements, we beg him not to forget Uruguay. The allied provinces are said to you may rest aued that I will labor to reconstruct othcrwi II. McCULLOCH, 2d. The abolition of Slavery. j season.TLc houses are crowded nightly
the Stale upon a proper basis. A basis acceptable Secretary of the Treasury. I These were among the earliest of the acts |
this disparity of numbers and to remember with the+wcalth, fashion, and beauty of the
have a splendid army, which is being rapidly] to the General Government, and honorable to adopted. An ordinance was: subsequently
the fact that colored soldiers were not increased, and steps were being taken to cutoff you. For this expression of confidence on the part of General Sloenm'H Order Revoking; .list pased "declaring in force the Constitution city and country. John Brougham the
enlisted to any great extent till near the close the retreat of the Paraguyan Army in Rio the people, allow me through your Committee to re ernl Order >o. 22. and Laws heretofore in force in that State, former favorite of the Southern visitors to
\ turn my grateful acknowledgments HEADQ'RS DEP'T OF XI and the acts, official pub.ic and private done, the is shortly to visit the
of the war, and that the number of battles in Grande, near which was Gen. Flores, at the 818?IP1'J. / and and elections made under country"again.
Very respectfully, your obedient VICKSBURO, Miss., Sept., 4. f appointments
tervaut. 1
which they hare participated do not bear head ol five thousand troops, one thousand GENERAL ORDER | authority of the same. THE FASHIOXS.
T. T. LOXO. t
the same relative'proportion to those foughtby of which are picked Brazilians. The organization No. 23. f The la day of the session ":1 principally The wh'c and cmghte1 who have accompanied -

the whites alone, as do their aggregate and discipline of the allied armiseem es PPOIXTMEXT. By direction of the President of the United 1 devoted lo the consideration ofthcorinanc { their husbands and fathers on their

numbers to those of the white soldiers as to now on such a basis as to The President States, General Orders No. 22, current series reported by Mr. Lessens in Northern tour are considerably taken aback
b today appointed ALEXAX- from these is mission of negro testimony. It was referredto
stated above and above all O! "NomcnUmbra hercy revoked at the changes in fashions that
; wart a blow against the Paraguayans.; DEn 3IACRt DEn United States 3Iar&hal for i a Commitee to recommend appropriate have taken
," do try to hunt up modesty and We doubt not, then, the next budget of news* ofcer will, in any manner, interfere and suggest enactments in reference place in styles and dress, during their four
decency enough to prevent you from calling> we get from beyond the Equator, will come the Northern District of Florida.New York with organization of troops pursuant to thereto for the general! Assembly, which will] year incarceration in Diqie The"rats"and

Gov. MABvnr a liar and a slanderer. filled with the active "pomp and crcumstnnc Herald, 8f}". 30th the proclamation of the provisional govern I convene With a in view November to the next.protection of those "waterfalls" that adorn the heads of the fair

-----. --- of war," and resounding with the clash nf or.The order which is hereby revoked was civil rights, both of person and property,, Northern:belles, particularly attract the at

Dr. H. STEELE. formally of the recruiting' arms God defend the right "BUY ALTHOKITY." issued a stated therein, from apprehei sion with which they arc now endowed, the Convention tention of these visitors. Most oi them adopt

service in the rebel army, has become associate : .. '. Interesting to holders of cotton in the interior i I of danger of conflict between the State t)ps has established competent Courts i in the stele themselves shortly after their aryl-
c Editor of the Union. The animus of the : and the colored troops serving the each Judicial District, the Judges of which val. > j
last issue of that paper affords an illustration General J. J. FInley. "Is States, and !in the firm belief that it wn .ie i shall be elected by the Legislature, to administer
of the couplet: This gentleman passed through our tillage 1- i to pay tribute to uizcr or no? accordance with the policy of our govern and decide upon all causes, civil THE WEATHEK.

.. "A mu contilneed against Ms WilL during the week, on his return fro in )1 S. 1. ment. and criminal; in which they may be interested The hot weather lasted pretty well into
1a of the urn opinion atllL"HeroW. Washington City to his home in Jackson ---- I is the imperative duty of every United September this season. Monday last there
Your facts, like-your philosophy and politics county, preparatory t. rim removal of his Conversation between highly respectablecolored Stte officer serving in this depaftmen to The basis i of Congressional representation
are conceived in "dark places," and consequently family to Lake City, at which place he i intends gentlemen : guarded in the execution of al order. : to remains unaltered as arranged under the cen- I came a sudden change. ,Thin clothing was
to reside for the present.To avoid giving offense ; and in of flicl sus of 18GO, i e. one representative o speedily thrown aside and that more
POMPET I nearly
are brought forth in error. The the people of the West, the loss of soeminent Jacksonville Herald say Caesar down what makes de with either officers or soldiers serving eO inder! 24000 inhabitant*, giving South ever adapted to winter substituted.

Associate Editor of this paper begs to decline I a citizen at this juncture of aair 1 CAESAR Why,bckasc crackers on de crackers?d the state authorities, to {postpone actioi. i in r repreentetivcs. --;- -
"the soft impeachment"; He was not '"f or must b deplorable, while to the kernal. (EXEUNT. develop c the matter, if possible, until it has beer re With regard to contracts and other obligations lat
J the Eat the accession of this distinguishedson ; ) ferred to the district or department &c., incurred during the Repnd ton.
merly of the service in the rebel 1 comman- prgl'S The
recruiting -- 3Iilledgeville Union
the Conven
of Florida is a fit subject of congratau lII- der for decision. ot'the war and of settling the b says
army," as the "people ot Florida" whom y'f I tion. Gen. Finley gives a gratifying accountof [From the New Yprk Herald, Sept. 28lh.] By order of 3Iajor-General Slocum. which claims thereunto arising, shou1 b Alabaud i

; are striving, In true missionary spirit, to enlighten his visit to Washington.-Quincy Coin m- The HnbJft of Pardons. L. WARREN MILLER, adjudicated, a substitute; was and by majorities exr
very well know. He did not tag 'opwealll A facsimile of the Presidents's signature AssistantjVdjutant-Gcnci il. adopted for the 4th section of the ordinance tI t their disapprobation of the
has been prepared, and over three' .e. which allows for their I pudiate the debt of their respective States,
;' the rear to tend others, but went himself; and The East will hail with delight the acquisition pardons are reported to have been hundr'd The South Carolina Con\eutloii. ble principles. adjustment 011 e'uita- and expressed the conviction that the Georgia

took "a front place in the picture, near the of s pure a gentleman, and s fine an with it at at the White House yesterday.stamped The South Carolina Convention, it uPI{ ears Tne fohowing resolution was unanimously} Convention will] do lkewis. Te vote

flashing of the guns." Not ,having been I Intellect into the storehouse of her treasures.I The ex-rebel Gcheral Peck, ofilissiraippi,is, j to us, has travelled out of the coord. Ichaa agreed to : of the Alabama alnded by the

k .'convinced" either with or,",against his will 1 I," Thrice welcome will he 1>c. There is ample] among the seekers ol pardons now in this{; I gone beyond the powers of a j populr budrepresenting y Resultd, by the Delegate; of the people of 1i i in 1 Union favor, was of taken on the ul., and stood
repudiation 34
citv. the the
sovereignty Slate South Juottiui in (Jonttntion lcd Thatwe
= U _
room for ten thousand ,
such Let l
he pleads guilty-to be "of the same mind I men. The Alabama embargo will probably be having assumed a branch of the legislativef endorse the aduiiuiatra ion of President 1 proposition. But a telegraphic report of the

,. still," upon an subjects where principle was them come, from West, from South, from raised within a few days, and the issuing > | authority. The imposition of taxes, both as Johnson, that we cordially approve the mode 1 proceedings of the Cun\"enton published
: involved. But yet those questions being settled North, we shall be proud of all such. pardons to citizens of that State soon there[ to mode and degree, is within the exclusive of pacification proposed by him,.aad that we :en'rl days since in ppr. states tat
by a force to which he yields he has ,set after be regularly resumed, as before. The jurisdiction of the Legislature. The Convention will co-operate with him in the wise i measureshe on the 26ih of September,
I .
stoppage was caused by distrust of the has and has t a vote of 61 to 19, ordinance
a u c. prescribed a poll tux fixed its inaugurated for securing peace and passed a repu
them to rest forcv r, and having by oath asserted Mistaken. tion of the State Convention. Late reports amount. assuredly a legislative f.m c. pn.sperity for the whole L'nion. diating> al debt contracted by the State in

that. purpose, and given in an honest! J The Jacksonville Herald contains this remarkable however, remove these apprelaen-ions, and tion or duty. The following resolution was also l unanimously I- aid of tb war. The statement of the
adhesion and allegiance to the Federal Government statement: prove them to have been unfounded. The Convention has revolutionized the adopted ; "Pcaolt ul,That the Club r- debt ot the Stt of Alabama on the 24th of

none but those whose moral infamy J J "Reports received from all parts of t CATHOLIC BISHOP OF IOWA.Right State'government nearly cntiicly. It has rnan of this Commiitee- organized for the Old May lfo 18[s as follows:
i State agree i representing the old-time J ice Rev. Clement Smith converted it from an Oligarchy into a D mocracy. purpose of drafliiig Suat able memorials to the interest ,a S per cent
fit them for perjury, can raise the shadow of) mocracy, as have been the most> Catholic diocese of Dubuque,, Bishop died of the] It has not only given the election of President in behalf of lion. Jefferson Davis, Ol J Bond Dybt,ft t 8 cent 2;1.0 0

a question as to bis loyalty, either by a seerviolent| secessionists, as favoring universal at his residence, Dubuquc Iowa, on suddenly Saturday Governor and electors of Prbidtut and 1i ice: Hon. Goo. A. TiLiiholiu: and Hon. A. G. iuterest pr 60 00.a.lio.000 0
tion, or inch uation. {j suffrage 1 I" last He has been bishop,for the past eight President to the people, they have aoan- Magratb, bcia committee with Judge Ward Common Valueless school 16tb Sectional fond fand lnoQ<
j There is doped the property qualifications for the Senate law the President 8,01 2
truth in such
no "reports, at 1 least years, and has resided in the vicinity forge the Convention. Hon. University tad. K
4II ------ I 8 far,as our information goes, and we ae' twenty His included er while retaining it for the House. The Alfred linger, &c, to p.c>i'ut the memorialsto Sew Bond at 8 per 30 O2.10,0)
The Herald appeared last: week with rather vain enough to believe that we are in a position I whole State years.of Iowa. dioC reverse of this should be the rule, in constituting the President antI uVe: lusty personal in Year Bond emit Interest, 3,844,500 0
less than its usual,display of editorial ability I to know something of the I a Legislature, as it is the practice. Hushes in bdiall 1 oi tie Jisuuguhhcd prison cent Dbt at 8 per
which seems strange when we take into account / j whereof we speak. Whatever diferenc may There is u counterpoise to this in making ers." 'Trea.noto witot interest 200(9Z 0
I have exis 1 the past, there great unaDmity PIXEY WOODS, September 20, 1860. the Executive term tour years instead of t Since we make the a ovu summary (which Treasury u c ange bills tt6, : 93 7,165,231 g
the Act that it reflects the wis
combined. all classes this years as under the old Coiistiuuion. This
among on question of I/r. Editor :-Who that reads the following was accidentally oliul! tit m our is&ueyes*
wisdom of an entire regiment, white and colored suffrage. Public opinion is decided againstmaking sentiment, in honor of your giving a more conservative tenure to the Executive terday morning) nt o: ; uccivcd thc into r' As $18.645.831 6
male and female sanctified and I it MuniversaL:' Thellerald has there- neighbor, office. mediate dates f uarleHun which : we have received no
n.anett1led. en a- Montgmer
fore been mislead.-Flor'tdian. d Journal. will deny that their fellow"citizens of African A veto is conferred on the Governor, but hIes u to complin, \II I r t.cteding of the paper, and have no detailed

e descent" arc bred to toast. I was drank at instead of a majority of two-thirds of both COlutunJiicL. jw,a mil on the 27th ult. proceedings of the Convention other than the
Considering the paternity or maternity, a convivial colored meeting : Houses being necessary, a bare majority have Chlrlton Dauy,> solid make the brief synopsis furnished by our telegraphic!
we-are in doubt which-of that dilectable THE COXXEclr ELECTION. the power to pass laws notwithstanding the ing summary i ic ,,.cmiiugs; ()10'\- correspondent, we are not fully informed l
"The Jacksonville Herald friend to color : to the action
Governor's ntivc. regard of that in reference
0 body
sheet the animi"of the last issue of that ? The : ul i tfeces-iou has been
pa the truth is colored when it Onlll repealed to the State
; Full Return
Received-Six Thonsa appear The right ot fureigncrs to vote after a debt I will be seen by the
per" were sufficiently determined. affordg fiqorlty-Agalaet[ Negro Suffrage. .I in its columns." Yours truly, dence of three years without citizenship, rei-we ; slavX'rj ua.> iUc bl'tl'hulshed> ; property above five and a half millions ,

a striking illustration of the: act that the HARTFORD,CONN., Oct 3, 18&i. G. WILLIKENS. agree with the Charleston News, is anti-con 1 ; residence
Returns of the election have [ .- ') years and if the "new"
servative. While and 6
the Convention cent
miscegenation of two distinct: species of the recive was makIng ] without cili/eiisuip, may vote the principle per bnd
from every county in the State NEW I SiiiPPiso ROUTE.-A radical changes in the ; were issued to the the }
animal I except e.e gentleman of organic laws, this of taxation, according to valuehas been pre\"ioU let-
kingdom produces a JIYBJUD.e4 The majority against the suffraamcndmentso Macon feature of mate debt of the State
I negro ; informs the Telegraph that he has information the old Constitution should have adopted ; representation is to be the would be
:------ far, is abut six thousand. from the president of the East Tennessee ii- been modified. It is supposed to otler, as acompensation' basis of while population] ; tho Governor upon is millions more, leaving only about seven mil |

THE HATJSTED: ,CHtTBCH. and Virginir railroad, that a joint arrangement for giving foreigners a share in to be elected the people serve for lon of.\ debt; I however te bonds
Considerable, excitement has been created Treaty with the Osage' ,Indians. has been effected between the the government of the hints, a premium on four years ; by district i is to unt: more \than were ise since secession Alabm&
ST. Louis,. & ., Oct.2, 1865. different railroad companie concerned, under : emigration. In the present state of the labor twelve Representatives; and each district is for purposes, the war debt stnd
in the goodly dry of Jeresy City, in consc' A special dispatch from:Lwrenc Kansas, which a bale o cotton will be shippe question, this'might be deemed an equimlent to have one Senator, and Charleston i ia ac-0 >
r- 4 neon of a'chtirch thereto;J having been, distort to the fit Louis Democrat [important from Atlanta to Alexandria, Va., for for such a concession. On the whole have three. ton on ,
ty unaccountable! noises heard, in, 'it treaty had been concluded with a the lars. From thence the cost to New' York 1f, chan es must be deemed salutary. A belt :1Cr fir. Thomas Thompson introduced the lb t l-, by the Union, was ia reference to the debt
Osage Indians on Friday last, about one hu- by water, will be light. The roads arc all equalization of the taxesand 1 longer ter lowing resolution, which was agreed to contracted by the State for legitimate State
at mp dred miles 8uth'ofLwrnc; The Osa$es completed, by this route,( nd if the statement of the Executive otflcc a decided improvements Jtewlced, That a,commission, : of purposes previous to the war, and that only
Elsewhere we,clip an. article from, the :'N! have acres of above is correct, and ,the,Macon and while giving the most'important elections ] two jnersous, bo appointed by his consisting Excellency the war debt jinn| been repudiated. There
Y.Wmil4, giving a full 1 account:of this l matter land, for which cee government is to pay Western road should enter,int the arrange to the people is a concession to popular the Provisional Governor, to:prepare and report -,'*could be- llu. possible justification of the repudiation
hundred thousand dollars. The the same has privilege which ,South Carolina to the of Ithe; former debt, while the policy
will IN found interesting those thr rigt eral.8plrt'wbich asimiates' nest Legislature what, laws wli}
14.1 t which itsactuated and of repudiating debt Confederate -
81 settlers are by the treaty the: other, companies, route to renders homogeneous with be.nescessary and a contracted by the
who are. curious, or who.like. to' .philosophisemi '.. protect 'cart,5th intt.T will command the attention, of shippers nt the rest of the States of the Confederacy.- the alteration. pnprin consequence law of States Goernmentar purposes,
s ,,f ",;. .. oner* M"'nnnJ, Herald, flrv/ in/. nenll, i is a qufstioii.tuttl sulmits of
web nubjects. : ; and armet.3rn7'
pspecialJy to
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THE FLORIDA I UJ IcosigJozj. The ltrucIIve tires in w Yorlc. I "" The Cholera. Ur1th Vr Steamer' In Pnrmll of the rTHE"MARKETSr

[From the Xcw York World Mienancloali. : r
lth int. S The United States Consul 5- p.4,
in. at Constintino-
,- rnu.inE) F.VEUY TUUI) A meeting of the- Georgia Union Club \vahdd Yc-ote.Uay afternoon another destructive pie, in a le-tter to the Stale Department dated As. ?ooia a- the despatch reached Acapulco Jack3ove Hark c. t

J. K. SflCY. en lb i7th nss.-ia iiranuah. -; conflagration occurred i in a number of bond Aug. 1 J, s ys : "h is estimated that the victims giving news of.the destruction of American TLolr,17c? bbl..4. .>....$$14,00 ,(*>. -

THUMB : Itartiilbnaniinously 'Resolved : That AVC ed warehouses on the eu.
Tw? I.iU.&r pr .thflt1 Ltl Advareo.n c1)I\liiiy! tduie the! nomination made at ..tUKfiiUij buildings burned are known as Coe's thousand, the number of dc-aths iaa a single commander of the English war steamer Devastation Corn Meal pcrTb : ;
; .
t4ke j :1u& L4.zJ. Thrc ut.utm.t'.C citizens ou the i'Jih insi. the harbor sought an :- 10.
Su4c1ptzon > loyal warehouses and liiied several then lying an ,
t wee; with
day having reached thousand. It
one is Fresh Bef per lb.- .. .... .. .. ....
ut \\ak.i uH-oiing L. S. licnnelt, Dr. F. i. .Billions of bonded gon-.ls, which will salt that hundred interview with Captain G. P. Scott, of the ? .1012.
prove probably two thousand of Chicken
A D V I. i ri Ct.r._ and A. \V. btouc were noitnnatcd ..isoajidsdrftfes almost a toil loss. Tii re were rumors that the terror-striek-ai inhabitants U. S. strai.aer Saranac. and informed him that per piece. ; ..'i. 40 a 5ft.E .
have left
1 wu giri jxr:4ri'r( of Ti oixii4 Uc1 r from C aathatnonuty, to tut ihe fire wa> the ui.r.v ol Ma aaeeadury but city." {he- he should set sail immediately with the Dea per doz..... .... .fc-.S... ....'.v. .. ...... ,.40. 34)

.:,. lUrVur]' -each the Kol*ae> iuc*pa"i*. in, for>. rtiou.first 1nZejiai: Georgia Plaits Coavealion, i to be held in MiieU :- irom a careful aim'stigHtaon it is believed, to Tlie Consul nt Barcelona- under date of \ talioia in pursuit of the Shenandoah, and Butter per Ib ... .... .... $,.. .... .... ..... L..iOa. L

\ lI l- Thbt 10 rer2ia1eu1 (iqt1er..I4) i-wUt', tuei.li uV.ln !1tv: in OilobcrIKt. rive been accidental. The Humes were first Au ;. 2.J, sayn : Flue cholera a* fully de- shoald tre-tt the rebel cruiser a pirate, and SWPetPOt.tGesp..rtup..I. -i--

; discovered among some cotton, aaad rapidly dared iaa this city, the deaths from which elise.isc capture her wherever she might be iound.He .- 4 Irish per MJI ...*..... ...'. ..

: Tual v> e know the nominee: to be, and extended: drying the ( tFortsuf the firemen, have averaged up to this date about was as good as his word, and left the port j jas j, CaroN. : x--- '

r? < tt ,uoaily and promptly esccnte.d. ever have bt en true and loyal to the Government who were promptly on the ground. The twelve per day ; or the total irunbcr of deaths soon a- his -hap! could be_ pot under way.Puniiuv ,, The following quotation* his been the ruling- figorr*
'. -i. i i>I iiic Liiied SUitcs nd entitled to the .. r .tar. C9" )A. -tilIOKT for tie week .
iiJln( .; r.-lited up the ciIif.i- miles, and also from cholera iu Barcelona to Aug. 21, is loO. rtv. ,cndlngjsth ins*. : >

r Election tickets printed nt this office I t !SupjiOil m ml ti4ic iik'iul- ni'lht.Admini..tra- the city ol Brooklyn. The dense smoke tilled There have also been many deaths from 1, KEA tstA-\t -

UI' short; notice. I'ricc $l per Immlred or 5 j jjroTici 114111..mnd the streets ol the lat er etv. The heat oilier diseases; and, although it is stated that M.tRlNF LIST. McCarthyOinnetl... ....; / 7o .- ? -

\\cmc t/\Msj( <)n to bay, that, by uncondati was intense, and until the roof 'and a p.irt of over 50,000 people have Ml Barcelona during KoHerGinned...... ......,...... .............. 3 70

; r 1IUflFfl ual Cuion men, we mean, those who ihe walls fell, the iircuicii Ibuaid it impos ible he last ratteen days, leaving at present per- ( F JAIKSO.NT1LLL, OCT. 6, IK. Saw Ginned..... ............ .. .. .. ........ y* 5 ,
-- -- -- have 3
:. i vf i been opposed to secession and the to approach near enough to render much hats i0OtHj; thousand persons in the city, on CMjASW. :

frq.ii5f1on.! S. L. BURllITT announce his destricii n of Government, under any service. The flames, however, were fortunately the 21st ins?., there were fifty-one deaths. Ordinary. . .. ....;. ...... ...... ........2S a 31

m'.UUc caadidite for election us delegate jtjelextliatir, and who from choice, nthCOnhI1UIOfl. routined to the store houses. The Consul at Legnorn, Italy, reports, under Oct. 2.1. -Sel.r. Ciersh Blatter. Elli*. Master. Sav. Idling.. .. .. . .; '.. .32a>;'
vauu m* 'I aie iru'nd of the Government. The lire originated in the third floor of the date of Aug. 23 : "The cholera which Oct. 2d-S-hr. ALir.v Jane JI JCl non, Master, Hav.Oot. Middling; Fair.. .. .... ....;. ....33 37
1-tit 4afr! Convention.Vc That we :ir' not inlavor univeivil uegro free storage stores Xo. 5CVJ has 3J--Stiur. D. 11. ilf.unt, Uactuer Master, a
Cherry street, prevailed in an alarming degree for the
= -------- Emuw Cousins,JIastor. X. \.
OoL lib Si-br. MAry r
'[ suffrage, as has been labely charged upc'iiusby corner of East, at about :3 o'clock iu tie af few months in N. V. Savannah Xarkeu.
\ *rc authorized to announce the name of lion. F. past Egypt, Turkey, and some (H-t. 3th-Srhr. Mcnaiia. Wanner, Master, .
wnEATOX, a* caudi.latc for election r-s R delegate faiull minded political tricksters, for politicil ternoon. The building was occupied) by A. of the eastern portions of Italy, has not yet Oct. 5th-Sckr. nonoer. Tui-ker, Master X. V.Oct. Hour per bbl. common.. . ... ... 3.00 a $!) <
j ; elicct. And! that we know that the N. Lawrence, formerly of the firm of Coe A reached this place. It has not broken out on 6.-ateamer Helen Getty, Ingrain, S.vannali.CLlAgv. Baltimore Extra......... .11.00 a I2ool
Ootfber 25th. Election O.i.iw1''th.
tutsStale. *?imon ; candidates above numeil, one and .ill, are opi Lawrence! The flames were first discovered the western coast of Italy, except at Malta. Kiceperewt.... ... .. ..,..... .... ..............950

!( i posed to it upon principle. among some cotton, six hundred bales ol Among the Musselmen population, nightly Sept. 39th-ScLr. Fraucls, Connell Master, >. V-. Butter per lt> in ftrkin...!....................35 m j jGo .
--- That we endorse the policy of the present which had. been landed three Sept. 30 -Stinr. Delaware, Bearse, Master, X. 1.Sept. .. .-
TuI: HEALTH 01' JACKSONVILLE. administration the days previous processions perambulate the streets, chanting 30-Stmr. Helen Getty. Ingraliam Master, Sav- hen..j 37a4fl.COTTOX. .
'J upon subject of the right from the brig Belle of the Bay, of New Or hymns and prayers for the evening of the Oct. 2d-CJeu. Shepley, MUliken, Master, >. Y. .

We bear tl at rejinn* ire in circulation at rarions of suffrage to the colored auan. leans. The second mate ot the brag says that scourge. Among the Greek population the Oct. 3d-Sttnr. Fountnin, Ca-tuer. SaT.Ort. Ordinary. .. . .... .. .\ 27
the interior that the yellow fever is : Resolved That thess resolutions be he first .3d Schr. Chrw.er. Dusantly, Rio de Janiro. 2dc
in pnblished
prevalent Mary
1-lace could 1.*further from the ;' in the Savannah Herald and saw smoke issuing from the third fright has almost resulted in a famine, ban- Oct. 3d-IlriR. Potomac, I'crkius, Master, X, T.Oct. Addling..... .... .. .. ....'.. ... .. .... .....33.35.
Nothing truth there Kepublican. windows
in twt) ; .-& ,ia1 JleraMKostorntiou 'Jt/ story of the building, while on tiers refusing to make bread, bulciaers to kill 4th-Anna E. CHovcr, I)asey, Master, N. 1. Good Middling.. .........;........ .. ...... ....36.39
has ran &pt. .
there (
i, m i fit 1rt fcl liar been this Feas
,!u14'> cane -'f y *!l< fever in Jacksonville. Take tha J J.ini" -- ----- the building, and going to> the upper floor, panic among the masses -f the people is out New York Market,.

hCJt tl.n ugh, and our city ban been uuueuatly *> In South ('aro ma. saw some cotton burning in the rear part of of all proportions to the danger. Iu Ancona CALL AND SEE. NEW YoMC, Sept.29. 1883.

iralthy. Tiiis wmt the more remarkably when we | The Convention, called together for the the building. Half an hour before that time and otiaer places on thin Adriatic where at Gold... .. .... .... .... ...j .... ...... .... l,43f.'l.W

'.!l*> iBtn acconr.: the tact that thii bat been the hottest purpose reorganizing our State Government the chief mate of the brig and himself were prevails, it as very fatal, aaad of those attacked THE SfnsCRIEEU Ice ps constantly on hauJ and Superfine State and we .cra. goijr.$7 SOa 7 3

inn wer C'e? t'XjvTK-Ered in Florida, by that reracioti ii in full operatin. AVe lay before our in the building when everything was safe.- more than naif have died." a tie a Ur e a-sortuieiit of Extr. State.. ... ...... ...;.. ..-........ ....789.800ClwiceSUte

and reUaMe iidivilual. the cldest luhabitin;' reader? some of the nut important of the Ii as has opinion that there was fire in the --- Wry ( 5oods, .. .. .. .. .. . ..... .... .... 810.825

;A'J thai MTJ thine iu the Ehjpc: of a tei.ctnont has resolution regretting that our limited *pircrrnlers : cotton at the time it was taken into the build- Tnkiug; the: Oath Hpfore the Inspector Common to medium extra Western ........755.775 -

'' .. m wdfd so iu ntmort capacity, with 1 ttlr regard it impo ihle to give the poce;lings in The::. roe* not carry with it Amnesty and ISnts ami Caps Extra round hoop Ohio ..i............. ...800.860.
0 I.&ULPC or cumfort, and that our t-trretp, janlsot in fill : fire extended rapidly and in a few and I'ardou.Il Western trmde
fli 2ae betu so thotu-ougly i-o'joed iui they Mr. Conner introduced the following rcolutioa moments No.7oO the bonded) stores aljounng, known imy be well to call public attention lo Clothing, Common Southern.. . ..1. .......... ......8 CO 106O
which rderred as and A, B. (C, and I) Water street
in4.h and vet wt know fioin oar o\rn observation and was to the Committee and the freo the fact thus announced. Gov. MAKVIX, Boots ami Shoes, Fancy and extra do.. .. .,' .... .... .. ....10COal45O
the store Xo. 74.ater street al.of .
the ticumony ilivsiciaiis, tltat Jacksonville, i at ; on Legislative Department : which : anxious that all the people of the State who Common Canadian.... .. : ; 800.840
while of the Mr. Laurence occupied also
jirest-ntroaiparatiiely lifallhy and entirely free froaj ( Every man :age of twenty-one in flames. were are qualified voters under the laws as they Groceries. Good to choice .nd extra..]........,_ ......850.1125

ny oj.idcn.ir disease. such: )report thc .'fore, are :y and-ar private 5, paupers? in the non-eomini and ]ed officer In half an hour after the fire began the existed Jan. 10, IbGl' shall have the opportunity Eye flour (snperfine).... i. .. .....*.......550.610
ol the
( ut.rt'lj utfonwleJ. and arc made by ict<03 Cherry street fel. oi taking part in the first step towards Crockery.Hardware.. Corn meal, Jersey ... .. .. ... .. .. .... ......490.500

dtMguuig rallies with a view to diverting '5e trade ; .ne United Staio, '>r a foreigner, \\lio had with a loud crash; fifteen minutes later thiater the restorati of civil government, has pro Are. j Corn mea!, Brandywine .j. ................575,
aud bum'!s of the >lacc through other chaani is aL4 vided that tbe Inspectors of the Election .
j Corn
Jecian-il his mention oi becoming a Citizen : stictttores t were alsoa mass of ruins. meal, BrandTrine,puncheons .... ... .26 00 a-
to otUer point The firemen shah administer tne amnesty oath to persons all of which he otTers :it the \ery lowest prices at COTTON
oitue i.I'tiiteti Suites according to law, and lin-'in it useless to combat Wa s again irresnUr and considerably excited;
who have not taken at. But
j already le itnot.n
O.OCK 1MSS1GE. 1 During resided therein two years iiuauediatei the flames whua! v. ere devouring the Storehouses that this provision is made for the WHOLESALE some were asking 16c. for Middling gva4a at the opening

j rioti? to thf day of election, and six wath aesi.tl< ss fury, devoted their en -ole at the 4d btaUd on iay CIIAS. SL.tCiEn. but, in order tu effect pale*, were obliged to make
Tie Steamer I>. 11 Mount, Capt. Jiska tor'-rcA <-rjries to the and f fortvnait'ly purpose enabling persons to quality concessious '
> adjoinaaag market
m'rtstiin tne Election Ditricthere he of- piopcrty, closing rather
;! heaaisel ves to tuU. It does not nor is it Ja-laonvUlf, Fla., Oct. T.-tf, i I earner and near-
at thii port late Monday evening, living made the rminji saved the Judd oil mills in i ly nominal at
-rs> Jo vote and has his home and residence, Cherry ,d to with it the benefits of aiau oar quotation auntxed. The sales Tern
New York iu four das.' The Ionut l r.inght .".iiaii nave a right *o vole at election in this stavtt(; Thomp-o fc aterburv's sparyard, { pardon carry,and so the proclamation declares.amnesty To ('.t ETION-'I() TIII: ITBI.IC. aliont: 3ZO) bale We quote:-

iJimber of passenger*, aujn .11 freijitTlio.e .itato. 2Sor hh.tli ab-tnce, bving.ej aaad the Fulton Foundry. The shipping i ii) I 1IE1EBY caution any fen-on naxufn; haying or tra- Ujiaai,, i7'.rid. iLiale. S. 0 7.
lemporary the dock had secure those houefils, the oath musi be taken before I dirt for auy propert in the ;>ossisioD cf Reason S. Ordiiiary.. .. .. ... ,
who l. 1 L iu tlwcf b rLrt t.nu to be removed thi
raTiKl to
six mlflthAh1i ,
>y r.jic Ihun intention to owing
> return a''commissioned ollicer-ciil,military or Trrcll. "r :111V of hi? fati.iyOct. Middling... ..... ... 44 44 44 4
tlieconne y olheromct' ft, ji 4 epa teuwhe'a debar or impair; the right of a voter in high wind \\hi *h prevailed. The flame* iiaval-in the sea vice ol the United States, or 7. luCS-i-y JA IES II.or IrtNDLEY.DISSOLUTZ'N I Good niil.Idling.. ....45 46 46 4;

).:phly delighted itliltf tr-p. SLt it ijei>rly o&1.i LS UtIC. reached oaiebriir, but they were extinguished civil of ---- ------------------- .-
jefore a or military officer a hmii ------------- ---- ------ $
and iftosaUlo-morro- \i-w V- i"kir<* Mr. ilrr.Orr introduced the following rcsolu.i be-fore anueh daaaa-i-re! hud been done. terriior *.*' This <'OIMIITEK.SIIIP.. FOR KALE-SEA ISLAND
state or } being the case. i is it j ] COTTOV IV
PIbLlethe agent of tiic EI. will roci tfii'tot thrw j >>uf.uicu were ordci-cd to be referred to Chief Ei.gaaaeer King-land and has assi-l better for to before the firm of JACKSON i WAJIKOC K, was dissolved TJIE MEED.
the rommittee ant engineers were pie-ent and did vahmbliservice. jvrsons go proper THC tae 30heji.eirbtr.. by nfi.,1 con* nt, Mr. W. 4 -
the when
appropriate Standing
day. flicer at and subscribe, thin oa'h. If tht TIlE SUBSCRIBER
Captain Siccr*, of the Thirteenth once j jnatter B. Jaeluon, Tnthdraw'up' tro: i the firm. The ba :nes HAS.FOR SALE IX HAMILTON
--- = -- IlI1nttdJtnhJltlJ(1 be put olf I until election elay, and the will be coudin-t. hfti-uficr !h} tLC tldt-rsiirued, who, I County, about one mile from ue Lower Springs.
ec noAc of rt-uK>vaJ, iu auuUierfoluam, byC. That the Constitution of tlii preci .ct, together with sections of his own talh i> aduaiaaisiered by the Inspectors it i i.- ( th3kfffl 'orthepa-t pironaL'f hps'ow'.l upon the firm, rweiity-flTe thousand' ponntU. more or !e'. of excellent
W. DeuJiie t. \>. Lattsdall be so amended a< that men, and the Seventh, Tenth, Eleventh hrp htill to nient a continuance, of 'tie .mC. quality and clean handled Sea Isiand Cotton. Also a
-_- _ ; hen of no further bent-tit to the Parties taking L. WABROCK. bolt of new Cotton bagging Sor packing the
Seventeenth and Eighteenth precincts Oct. ;, 1W ame.
j'.tssi.vti5: :* 1. TAle election of Governor. shall be made ren- it-it must be taken a second lime to obtain __ -_ There are a number of C Ity the ix-opK v- dr-red rflieiciat si-rvh-e. he full it intended > neiehborhood, aHd donbtlrw satuftrtory arrangmentsvOul1
advantage was to bestow.
Per sicanjerlli it-n (i etv. jrom Sivannahi. J. That lae shall be re-eligible.} The Io3-e< will be very heavy, anti are estimated Abundant FOR NEWYORKDIRECT be made for ginning nd packing the Cotton at
( W. 11111 antI lau liu-r'O. opportunities are now oHered \ once.
( II. Smith, J. E. at three millions of dollars. The JOHN BBOWARD.
;j.; Tuat he shall be iaavested with r. < Ualiiied
| 'or taking the oath the military authorities Sert.30-tf.
Todd and hL(1V.Vm.. ,
JJrit-iMm.G. W. Fisbi-t, the legislation ot the GeaaenalAssc.ubly. property wua: owned by \ariou- persons, and
.T. L. Kcrniai II. V. Lutnc C'. A. ComftiKk. 1 upon owing to the lateness- of the hour, it was laving made, us we understand, every neeesary STFAVEH I>. H. M >TXT, f APT. BAPKCS -
John Wood Jolm Is. Doimi-H. Wtn. lound inaposMhle to iret the insurances. .- provision 10 enable them to do so.1'1fl'i4(1i1 .- THE I te-ue fir New York on Sunday 8th inw.Tor U. S. MAIL LINE.
'4.n1Ii.t the basis of representation in the (Ill!! .1" rfl'l 215th. I tre'rht or pnfwige apply to F. DIBBlE
McCormick, MissMuilcn. II. 1*. Bird, E. M. JI'm-i ui'iiqiret-eiatatives siiall be the whitepcaphtii The follow has a- a H.-t of t Ihe paincapa j Octob.r Tth i5.5-t f .TacksonTllleFla. I Thefavorie Sieain Packer, formerly known
Mc-Donald, P. Ro>eiuhtll: Jolm Mclk-a, Mr. ; ;n of' the State. goods on storagi-: 10,000( bide, 2,000( ( bales ot --- ---- ------ I Johns,"now named th,j a ti'St. -

Hail Mr. 3IcGinnis, G. McTi> i>rd. C<,Jone3 :;. Thit: the nuailx-r of members compo- a ag-. 0.000) ball-of iotton( ( 20,<>00 bushels ol < liruzil.WAPinsdTo. I XOTIC'E.

Scott, Tlioma-. Andre u >, III.. HIHITC' the House shall be faxed at one hunured. salt, 3,00'( ) ) hu-h]l- o.: wheat, o.OOO( () bushels ol HELEN GETTY
jug ;,, Sept ember 21.Mr. ,
W. II. E. HalKriPliund! .
Ptipill latly, Mt. hemp. l.SOO hales ol ) ,
gunny big1,000: balej j Command by O.
.Toaquan Maria Ma.-cente DC- Azambu- Captain A. Ion-alum, is again
Armslr< Dr! S. P. IIOIISC. Mr D. Tiiay. Mrs oi wool. :is.OOO i ) bag-, of i j i ii.anently on thr hue Saracnah. px-r-
0. That the basis of representation an theSenate sugar. a was ystcrduv: intro liice-d by the Secretary Phys can and Surgeon, bttweyu Oeorma,and
S. Triay. C. Drurk. T. Ili-idi. ('il.) iVntooG. jjuali be ba&ed white The buildings on Che n- street were on<- PaUika. Floiida. toachlug at D rieu, Brunawjck. Sr.
equally upon of state to the President, and" delivered his Office in Ssmrals' BTock with Dr. inp'or.Oet. Mary, Fornanrtina, a'ut alljandinru
J'llm I-Vatnf J. on the
Cole J.
D. St.John
Bright, Haw. hundreil by two hundred :find fifty feet, and ,
and taxation
that each
kins. population ; provided credential as envoy ext ral)rhirirv( and nairf- uver,to P lat a. carrying the U. S. M-it.
ludiViiu District shall be oaititled! to at leat three torie.hirh: : lhoc ou Water stratiWLTH I *>ter plenipotentiary of his majesty the Em- 7 -tf. She will leave S.tvauuab ey ry Thursday at 10 o'clock
of tiae same d'amen-kms, and live ..toriehigh. A. M.. arme at u.kouvI on Fridays an-t
( ()NsiE:';. out- Niujitor. j cror of Brazil. The following i-a tran-lu- NOTIr-YE1IOV.tL. returning
*ill tea\e for saxaunah
;. Tiat the number of Senators shall be | They were all (;wned by Charles A. every Saturday, at 3 o'clock A.
Per M i earner lIcU'n ( ('tiyMr JtnSvannalt- j lion of Lime addiv-sa which he delivered upon { 31.
G. W. SauLom. G. \\. Otdlit-y, It H. S-ili-! i';.e-l at s'ortv. ( ()e. His lo o is otimaied at two huidndtiioiuNind : che occasion : Tni;:- l44->uT'scRBT-Ts rfcoodfrom nvr.5toro Xo.KEMOVEU 4. Hay :Srrpet TTIEIP, to ; For }'rsight engagements:or Pmare apply on boarrjJOKN

van, G. E. I.d4. E. M. i> awi: CX H. FitK. 8. Tiiat the Lieutenant Governor shall be dollars. Ma. PIIE.-IPKVT : I have the honor to place \WI Auction 'tore. whrrpth >v may UP fonnd for fnfcort or lu S. SA3IMW Je dx).,
Prerident oft Senate. The 'lok WM? as'' r'porl'-d: on fir.- at 10 tim onlv. i' they *r dHTmin to cIo** of St.temaer 23-1 Agents.JVOTJCE. .
II. e
UilliaiuN] Hiat k :.iijr.) 1L iJefeock, f.Slacrer t.cgfrii iu our hand iwo letters: from his majestythe
P. .M., and t the Haabor i Pobci' I boat \\aa tt'eir rtitirr t'k of iffwv's. within thc. next twntr '
{ ,. :Fu4. the and Chancellors shall
)I. A. Delanski. G. F. McIh>MUl, .f. judges Emperor of 1 Brazil, couamuaaicating toyo'uy dire'rP 's '-f-t. ( vntrv n''rehantc, 'n'l'r.I1 .
lk-ilackU. P. Lmln-r: J. 3J. II 13, B. S. F., T.i i InpKUU *d by the Governor subject to the j plied for. L'nfori ua-1! !' Iy it ( ji:Id not acnd ,> ourof them tne cio-c of the 'naissioaa oloetaor Mid t' -* w wiMn r1 to all an
T. Lom. i:. P. WeI.ur. II W. Fem-U. L CUHIL 1uaU.3i of the Senate. i any ai.J. being outoir'pir. Councillor Migui'l Maria Liboa : andy Intiinz of Articles as tlioy will tw <-oM cbe.-ip for O the llunoral.ie Jn-.gc ot I'robate cf Dnral County,
I'ruii'.ford and thrr. ,0. That the Secretary of State, Comptrollej -' t 1$.., toy Letter of administration ou th, estate cf
() ) the other, lily appointment in the charac-
j Ladies nnd G"fl1I .slir.e Boot*. shir. Stationery. FJiz Baldwin, late of said
= ., Xioutnal uud Treasurer -hall be elected by (fl'rom the New York Hem,] ler of his envoy extraordinary and minister I T'lavintr rar'l f"ioth. Tailor's Trimmings, SThonWerSfar rpantv"A. S. BALDWIN.

1.k jC.J Le.Ii. M5TEItI-s Miuvu-4 IN A Curucit INVHFjsv j plenipotentiary near your I'ersn. The expresions I' > for the \rt"vs-'d Xavy. I1-'rd'r. Tiuwap.Cro'k'rr. WM. L. BILDW1N,
Having recmvr-.l pIc1rn of the 3leth-o- TutlK- District Officers to wit Ci't'ii, T&.ern. Bntur. ('hec. $tov. September
Poucb. iderabe
: TI4ATION Loaa -r
; 'ajii. > c.\- of letter of credence maadfe-t
i any .tovp Pip' Cttt1 (J'-o1"*. t >( a'kp Nations SoWxrotR j __ _
li-t Churf-L in thi- city, in the name of the j C.:! rk, >'i nLr\ Ordinary, Commissioner: in j CiL(01e111 1 ii-j uri-H-n in .Jeu -cv City in const- tile !IIhI csteena in whic1: any angiatovere- '! ra Wtr A'sar'tn for isting .nrpoei. fl.in'sp XOTICfl -

Florida Confeience I have plac< 1 Ilev. As- Aqui.y ,:id i'i.v Coilectur siaali be elected by t lK-ic-' ..f .r< .s-:. :\e'- j-.ud I iniarthlyouaads isiid :; holds ) our person and th" high interest '1 s<>c- > h-.Tnl. PhwoflTflpt-i'* Stork. \ S IX weeks alter date w will apply to tLa Actor"
fril' Y. Hcllerinon] in charge a* Pastor till tucpeop.L' iu iaeu aespecuve Districts. lo ( IIi..11..t'; trom a chuscla an the u]'pcr which! connect the empire with thi-> great \ Ambrotrp** (3.e.< rif'i tfroio! C..w.rYIstco., an
the M-Sfion of said Conlerence \vhich 12. Tuatjiuvcry.. ecit ajmnishuaent! } ]tart of Jer>ey City; abr suanc nights pa-t.: Tne lation. Brazil has never hud a tio! aglat, Mr. Xo. 4, MrnhivTi' BOW. Hilton H n<1. S. C, for HoIr&ic.lettcisof tate Adminutration rf saidCoantr on, deceased."JOHN the EaUte. of M jandcr ;-
bnsrhison furcrim", after duo conviction, i-loa-evcr proaaoited l llrst known of thcMj anyslerious sounds v : > J President but ot maintaining unaherablyand A't :'t TSVH'n Anrtinn Srorp, PKICE.MABTT .
the USitli November next, at 3Iadison. in this State. S some leu days since, w ln-n the pa-tor hud of ever drawing more clo-eiy the relations of'fiiendship Oit 7th. 13 5 tf Bay Sreet. J.i<%k"on\ill.FU.. JANE MORRH.

Brother Ilolleyinon will hold regular r< 1i- M.; Thai all elections by the Legislature occasion to return to the church after evening and good understanding between SePtmber2-6wp

gious service in the Church, bcgimn Sabl I .shall be made ctra roci, nuLl the aiaaaae of the services to procure ome maaauscript which t the two countries. This as my charge, and WANTED.Yorxo A. DOG ETT
intrnr and the person voted) for recorded. he hud forgotten and had occasion to aaaakc with this purpose I shall not spare any tf1tort I A MAX \visnrs A SITU \TIOX ix A ,
l ath. the 15th of this month. The forenoon use of. The-edifice aaa 1 b-eu closed for the *- to respond the contiidencc repo-ed in M IJrjioodA( Sior > us s-ilpsiuan. ATfCRXEV AT LAW. ALSO NOTAUY IrzLIe.J&cKocYliL1

and night f-ervices will be for the ,//////*, an1 "Winsmith introduced the ihlowing night aaad was in total darkncs-s. On enterang ihc'lit 1 :-hall deem myself very lortunate, Oct.irjr Tth For 1SC5 wnK-u-tf a Ta<*->lr-s lor?Hon hy letter c, J to S. T?. F. !,

ili<- afternoon for the cdoicd. resolution, which was referred to the Com- j 1 1mittee a laaateh to guide !him along the an yim! 1 Mr. President, if in the dw.-hr.rge of so J.onorablc Will attend to all matter connected FL.t.'I with

F. A. BRANCH on the Amendments to" the Con titution. when approaching the alter at the rear, his and important a mansion I hall be NOT!('E. ten.Unprote f tc. Offic*-(temporilT noting) st re and idenee. -

; attention w as attracted bya low moaningsound, able to merit also your confidence. This task i cnderMcned w< nM re pe Presiding Elder of the District.u Whereas. Negro slavery has been abolhh- which-gradually iucn-u-Jed and at the same : 1 will be so much the le- ditHcuIt for me as j jI THE of Jark .o%$Tjll< that hi has apiiu renamed September 3 -

----- -- ed by tae ciaaiaiiou of the President of time drew inaier.! To this heat first paid but ] hope by my personal feelings towards the tho dr.tifs ot Ins .rnfrion. J. I). T.TSOX. Dcttht.Jeknnvj1 SVUOOL kTlCE.. .

a rn.tinofthe citizen of Columbia Countv. held the United States and the military authori- j 1 little heed, presuming it to be the antics of |United States, and by my actions, to wan the ].-. 0t.lt THE Sf lect Bchool under ihe superiniend-nce of Urs.

ui Lake City on the 4th d-y of Oct. 1865. Gn. 3!. \VfaJtnitli tics of the Panic- ; be it, therefore, ; i aui.-ehievou* boys ; but; presently the sound* sympathy ofyour roverninem, :as elsewhere I A. T. Howe, win be roeu-n,, the- first Moauy -
was railed to the chair and Donald Tomkins, I Jt coirtd, That neither negro slavery norinvolunti1y changed to seemingly unearthly"yellsshrieksand it i expressly recommended to me to do. On ; roil StLE.I | hi October, 1 65. at her )ra.-idmce, comer of Korth -
-M .mted ( cretary : and, on motion of Col. W. VT.McCall servitude shall hereafter exist iu from innumerable iaa visible beings obcasion ; ) and tVashiugton-treei
solemn the
this to .
groans offering you AireslAml in from bun '
a committee of James tepbein Efe-j JaTce fl fl I nflfl tract one September 23-2t.vT
llank aud Giiea t E11U a.appointed .o prepare an this State except us a punishment for crime.
ripre ioii of tbe senM" of the meetinp. rc-lttn J to tho of which the party shall have been duly con- j ]person, until finally has feelings were so ', j reign, for the prosperity of the North"Ame- some of the mst vannbc! ritantuitions in JlidJlc Flortda. FOK
nnjoval of Cai-L rhaa. L. I'.isndell, Iroci tl-is pOht. vicied by law. And it shall be the duty of wrought upon thai lie It-It impelled to leave rican Uniota under your mclnunk.tr1ttion.. on many of ihoni de -:ok. rroj>s. *:e. tc.. will bi i iiioM THE UNION Ol lC'E. SALE

The commitTee aftcr
cououltation reitned tl t follow.up With th ni there tre alio line bf-tllen of timbean1 -
to wit 1' the Legislature to pa -s bitch laws as will ( I the building with Jill po-sible liable. The j j jjibove let it be allowed to me to express to you turpentine JanJp.; -

Incon8iderato-tlirv lual>le nervi f reiitlctiiany finally carry into eiTect the foregohig ordi-i ; are s'ub! i-mtinlly: the facts of the case directly on the part oh! any .vereign hisd'-ep Va11Lt1<' t-iainp s aa re'Mcntx; lota in thU city.jia -- NoTCE. -
tearing MI A wr t inteRriiy nitli nhich ( aj. Chus. stated the! of the church to Chief i >'OVs1 and! tmit-iproved.
nauce. a- by: p is! sorrow at the unhappy event of the 14th of ; *IX WEEXs FROM DAT swILL APPLY TO T.1I!
1_ lntidellhairoiidact -l bimwll. in hi* ne ., andptivate intercourse, during Lit may amongst j (of Police I.naauafter reports were be- April, which placed the whole nation an .'.itl ,juvillt', Fla., S.-pt. )-a Acting Jad e ot Protm*for l>uval county for Let-
Ii if. Therefore, Jlr. Conner intn>d'.Kvd the following e o- i ginning: to lie circulated in the neighborhood mourning when the distinguished Successes rrs vce..sed.of AOitinii-traiioii opo :. tie Estateor Bcltssf.

KenJrrtf, TI at the information received, that he it lutious : that tli- church wa haunted, and requesting j I due to the patriotism an extraordinary per- j IIOUSK ran SAM:. Acgu 26-Cw : A. 3!. 3IOORE. '

-.out wf.n; lie to UK departc r nod Le,canidwni is d'ci.lregretted! lain, the ;esteem and that and Lcctcd, rIx this Cou\c tioji h ill rei' i that ihc- matter: anight be kept as quiet as scvercnce of your illustrious predeci-ssor | Pt (OIM0IIOr3 \vF.LT.txr. not'sn ix LAKI -. --- -.:. ;

ifdPCc (foIl? yw'o4e. tiit t itseifto such action as U essential to '' ;]>ossiblc, believing that in a few days at far- sbonld hive catiM-c! it only to rejoice. I ITo 14 City formerly tlie: rfslilenie of M. Whit bmitb. %OTJE .-.

JAMES PTEPIIKX ) restore the State to her former position an tie! j i i I th"t he would be able to unravel the mystery which the President replied as follows : t i.Appl rinf.' A.I. to tin .Siim.nbfr! in A.Jacksonville S B.U.DWiN.Septernbtriz fu. 'IrlKAFTEJ DATE* I WILL APPLY :TO

JAMES G1LRSU.ELLI.j HANKS. .- Conunitu Federal Union : to suc'a reaiolelling of the : and tis-faclorily i-\i laii; the cause ot the Mr. Az.VMWJA : Tlae imperial letler of j ) J Act.,Jadre of 1'robatei*>r Dttral Conntr.tir k- -

All of'tblch was unacimocsly adopt State CunHtiitmoa ws as aiecess-try to adapt| ii i sounds. Since thai time the church edifice credence which you bring bears appreciative .frsofadaiinistration'tAflc.,late of wU upca tfcc estate iC 3IanSa V.: ;

Don.l Toaikin, SI. %VUit Swniih, to the change- growing out of the E'.mcipa-! i ha* K-en thoroauhlx* examined inside and \testimony that you have maintained so high THE NEW YORE rEWS. An?. IS. 6 r. Countyocased.1j GEORGE STOXE.

Mcrttar -. rLair.an.: tiou Proi'lauiuuou, and to restore it with
tu.,->! :jjodiliuut5ons> to its CundiLiotI prior lo ;and nae-iiatime: tlie.-c di mal and unearthly ,once at home, that I feel entirely at liberty Daily, rai-Wcekly, and Weekly- -
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4ie Act iSecessiou, and 10 such jrK-eo'l- yell- and CICS are heard almost every audit. 1 1A to assure you of an agreeable reception, not

Editor Union-DEAR Sni : A Iitte leisure iLg: is are necessary o call imo existence : coujile ol nhrLls since Chief of Police Me- only an I the diplomatic circle here, but auii tug THE -Vir.Y YOKli fi JIS.of: JarkaonTille.C. A. SKTXXEK.tXFOIliIS tl-.t kf! has noxr located THE L.\S1ES ta thi*

enables me to cote down a few thoughts for S.ate; Governinc'U', waiii t e po.vers exuy Mann us, aceumpanied by aid, Doyle and detective \thepeople of the United States. I ecapmcatc \Weekly and Ssms-Wcok'Sy! Ncv.s.QH2AT 'l.Ct, an is preparedto cit, an1 make drrue in

dii-po&al. The election of delegatCB to crthcd ji prior to iue Onliuauee oi Secx-s-( E L. MeXViliaams, determined to pay \toward Brazil the good feelings you have expressed -! r221LL' the neatest and latest etylm, Residence on For yta St*
your .-tOii. a Vi'it to the repor.i'il; haunted church. They an regurd to our country in the minnie | rWSPAEI.IJENJAJIN xrtween W.ahintjtkm and A aias d:'.. loa ecrnn > .

tht: Convention i is so near at hai.d; 'hat the Mr. Tim ni moved to lay the re.-olutioa on I I1b1. according U' paocured I the keys and entered (of your sovert-agaa. Brazil as already great 3 W'JOD, - irfif.r asd 1'rt-fiietir. Jacksonville? d by N., Sept.C. Denne-ti 16-tf.1:

people have dotibtlciss insde up their iniudn table. Aud'the question bean,.; pat.- 1 j jMh tae: cthifie shortly hfter midnight. Taking stale, and she has the elements which enable 'nrEali; 01 Politics. Literature*, FihIti. Market ai.diiud
,. thereto ?" its\ their in the centre of the church in leader Fiuuncial Jic'orts, Ittirating Miscelluny,
the Convention aice i position j her to become a among the nations. NGIIcE.IlE .
as to the choice of tic-legales, and therefore I aad Xt-Wi fro ull fhirts cf tiic World.: -'
JWI-.H-U in the atu'na live : ea> 'j.i ; nays,-12. j total darkness, they !had remained there but I regret that in times post no eloper relations 'f POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT at ftte pWe -
uc-eJ say nothing upon tlifit saliject- let ihejnople 9 u fchoit time vt1clI they heard a low moaning: were allowed to exist between Brazil and the J In'z:91-EM CNT 1D TIOS)UCED.IMMEXSi I will be opened in a ftd; ys and r.ill bo ready to

vote ns they ji3tise, at 1cst tlii. once 31 r. F. V.T. Pickeus, from: the Special Cominlr.ee sound apparently) procieding fn' m the vicinty United States. Holding (mite similar posi- ; : CIRCULATION' DETriJMINEt> OX : receive. ,MaiU deliver will and be forwmS made jp mail tor matter left 'at thiplace.

without the hackles of j pnrtv intrigue, H : made a report, and reported : An Ordiuauire il of the pulpit, %hich gradually: grew louder ,dou-s ou the two parts: of the American contiaient The lirtrest, bofit enfl''cJ s'Cii i aj" rs pnM.shcd Iu ,Tallahar Penaacola,and Jackmmtnie.all other points St. Anijnsttne In- '

Our to repeal the Ordinance: '!1. Secession, came n an-r, until it finally culminated t'| they ought to be not merely good ] New York. ihe United States where th rc are Mail facilities in ex
cn-t lacing i-olaticians
atc or and ine qutstion being put. "Shall the Ordinance iround their head.in howls yells, groans, neighbors but intimately associated together XIT.V YOES VTIIEKLY XIHVS. istence. :: -

great bu iHfa wow it what slmll lie convention puss ?" u pa.rd i in the allarnriti; yeas, jc., and then gradually died away as at came. in political well ns in commercial inter- Published Hvery Wed rn- SjjRml -. A fall and snpply Ladies of* Book Writicsr will Material fc>kept, late XortlwTTi hand.Papers

do hOW far >-Lould it go, and \vhtr 105: nay y. W.r ubw tlh Sept. 2'-nl. Vfti-r a few moani'iiif of perfect silence Chief xmrt*. It is any strong desire to contribute j >: Cojueu .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..rive Cent Kir Office at MUS. JIADDEX'S HOTEL.constantly on
Me.Mannulre.v, from his revolver One Co v. one .. .... .... ..$300Tared
: pocket a to that association. Our policy is one which | ycar.- JOHN T. EDWARDS. P.M.
'l hould it rtop :I am not n statepniau: airlhcnee ----- -_ .- and fired one CoKM, one ye.ir .. .. .. ... ... .. .. 550 3IoiJtcrKo, Ha Sept. 18 I%% Sept.
have liul !flttit 1 '; i iftir loaded with blank cartridge: is siauple and easily lo be understood. *\ e Five Op.es, one year. .. .. . .. . ... ....875 Ift-lj
mOlfl1flflS cnu \VATilut-T1Ie equinoctial in ul! charge; w hen aim >.t instantly thn edifice wish to promote the progress of civilization Ten C"i ies, one year..i oo XOTICE.Y .

weight; yet I ttin a citizen, aad therefore wi its l rrv is uixn us. \ehIIChL3( the rain Deemed filled w.th thousands of infuriated ill this hemisphere, and lor that purpe die -And an extras Copy to any e'hib of ten. AVING
.. ... .. .. .... ......... flISI'OSED OF STOCK or GOODS:
the the auost hideous noises and Twenty Coj>i j*, u.e }*ar 30 00 H
fell like second epistle to Deljge, ac- lemony making: development of material resources the im- to closing Gp
give them, such athey are. a The \\"cefc.lj News is si-ui to Clr 3"aea at... ... .1 OJ preparatoy my buaincas in Jackst-n-
after coinp.iuied bv furious gales from the North- ;apparently bent on tearing them lo pieces.1'hR .- irovemcnt of commerce, and the introduc- yule, all persons baring demands aanst me arc reqnes.
The first business of the Convention sOII-WLEKLY NEWS.Pixl.liahed .
tat, ca-is'ujg'tlii; tiites? 10 ri.-* to m unusual ollicc'rs describe h.avaaig experienced a ion as fast as possible of free, intelligent la- Every Tae day and Friday. ted'ebted to present lo the same for kCttloment,and aO parties in-'

il* organization, f-houlJ be to jircjttT** unJalojit lu ig3it,3 ad rcjjderiBg it exceedingly
a suitable ordinance) ucnnlling UHr Five Cnpiea, one ,... ....13 Ov
r< action of the Convection of lad, and ic- busintv* in our city, who were unprovidedwitia thai they made a ha-ty: retreat, apparently in our vicinity, we wish to impart strength ; Ten Copies,cue ytnr jcar. . ...... ...... .... .. .3J 00 NOUCE.'I,
sitilfh or rafi*, to rirh tiieir hoaiesrtry- pursued bv the iaafuriaied: demons to the door, to them by reposing iai them a generous con -Autt an extra (-oj>y tO awy Club of ten.' LLPERSONS ABE HERihY

torcthe State to the status Jie had under .h d.Oi. which they closed and loc ced. The ollicers fidence than by indulging jealousies of heir TtenlyCopie4.ouiyear .... ... .. ... .. ...5300 A trespassing upon the I tnd* known CAUTIONED a<*the: *AOAXST panisU -. -

tin- old Conhtitution; then nia'tc such modilications ] Tacl.iy night thu Steam ihip MG&lan, then cro.-scd the Mieei to the opposite walk prosperity,or a querulous disposition in regard To Clergymen U 00
in the old ccnstitction and *'-c/< lying at the pier, h'id her waedhoa( aa.l an.l remained there until da} Ii-lit, but heard to the manaier in which their governments To Mail .Subn.ril.ei3 NEW Y01IK....DAILY....... NE'.VS.. f 10 per annum and th head waters of Public: Creek.s. i:. tLiTTAIL .

"itfy as are to a ccinpttltrtstoia- nun"fco badly iujuretl by beating &4itiIt4 no tart her und-1. nnd made no discovers! are administered. Above all, we wish Six Months .. .. .. .... .. ... ..Five Dollar Se-pt 1G-ln. -
nc-cessary .jt* ].1iej; that it was nectry to to-.v her to which would tend lo explain the mystery. to impress them with the conviction that all For Sale by all Newsdealers. $,.*<.linen eoj.ies of -_ -

MOU of the State to her fcCcrai iclution, uudeitin St. knafur rciwirs.jfevcRil .The people residing in the immediate neighborhood the nations of America, ii they would continue Daily Address and Wct-Klj Ne'*, f tit free.BEN WOOD.. Potatoes _F.otatoea| !F-

new state of things biotsght about by the litl'3 1yinln1hie harbor dragged claim to have been disturo'-d at all to exist, must aspire to absolute &elf- Daily New s Cuil.linj, No. 13, 'iry Ualt Square, Fn PaRREI RlRv'nPOTATOES.! .' .
lute rebellion tlieir aiichor-s aa'l were ha imminent d.iugea : iours of the night by these demoniac sounds, sustaiuing'independcnce, and to a j>ere-ct! political New York OU 50 J '-n >t Iji Corn ; .> --
bouUm.uiageJ and irimber 01 the a have determined to with the other nations of the NPTT In tore and for & In
Thec done let the General Av'M' ci of goau<' asiiorc, bIt4LLr !)u.$y little tug a equality 4 'ii tii 3 io'un't i.ChaserR t- -
being fo gel them cn
convened, and the Cocvt-ntioa adJunit'1 Ltv n>Jw oal the gal in tlCtV. policy, we shall hereafter be not only close I fl WOUK. of every onahiBowu Doctor Peptcrabcr 9-U Auelon aowl Comni&.ion Store.1

"'<(< tl'u. A few h .nei.t businesaccomplUh ncn iua Thboat for Ciiarleston, on 'Tacsufty, Wi6 onsressloa friends but practically we shall become firm Bcinp a Private Instructor for Married Persons or
into (
ofAInbimii those aiiout to Marcy, both Male and Female, iu'cverythlug GABDEN SEEDS
) all this in onevxrk just as v.< La .!jl.io'io pit :jack, though the boat froar i>KlrlclN.JIoKTcojiEiiY. and fast allies. conceruiuR th physiology and rclatona of our ,

will: have ti4rL..4Oa naJLed 1*) WCathCr the Ala. Sept. 23. .. ..*--- '-- Sexual Sybtem, and the odurticn or Prevention ol JUST received by fteanr rFounUin.a lot GarilcU
< a month and I do( ; li lime. AcwJijif. biUth Offspring,iorhidln? all the new diircmrie never be xrhicb will be rnintd. .
<"ioudi such there to do it. W.JAU1XX and! Ct2)C tJirnn" on The Convcaiiion ha pas-ed an ordinance The outhern people ask that they may fore iriven iu the lluRliih Untrua, by Win. Young, D. AT WELLS' AUCTION CTORE. -
2-lrl ., Dividing the State iulq.six Congressional not bo stripped oi their possessions and disfranchised. -- D, This is ro&lly a valuable and i terestiug work.i .- Seitenhier 9 tf :
-. It l ii Britten Iti plain lautuajte for the
,: _. general reader,
-- -- Districts. Caai't
----- grant request reply
your I
and U lUnRtrxtcd with npwMrd/4 of one hnndrcd enyra-
| OF 1)low.-TJie Vnhgoaf ':t1? tIx1LZ11t 191 ((JflC3It1OH. The committee on the pcccf sion ordinance the radicals, but if you behave yourself, we a Tings. All ywinp m.trripvl people or tlioso i-outempla- NOTICE OF ('iVAflTNT.flS1IIP.

'rresjiondent of the New York JfrTid, nrj. .. 25. will report early next week. went hang the mass of you. "Papa," said tins marriage, and bavin? the 1e.tt impt>dimcat to IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CO PART : -
MlLLEWlCVJLLB, Sept. .. Mr. Brown's youngest son "can't I to circus married lift, bhonld read thin book. It dicctunoa secrets NOTICE has this day been formal -Hf the tin. .
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V date of tlae 21th ult., MVS : The Ordinance declaring the act of eccessioa that every one nhoul.1x\ > acquainted with Stall dersienod, for tbetrnnuacllon of a general MerVtUtU
It is true, contradiction to the contrary fruiia: the Union null ; nd void, w&a unanua Mr. S. B. Thorn, a well known citizen of ? "No, my boy, affectionately replied it ii a book that must be tacked up, and not lie about; anil CommbuioQ Business,? which will be wuufl
Mr. B. "if are a good boy, I will take the house. It will bo icut to any oie on the ol 1 **c *( & lYvil ,
the 3d on a you you receipt under the name aitstyIi
uotwUlifctaiadlnK, that the Presideat has pardoned )iusy! adopted by tae Convention to-day, Columbus was found dead on to grandmother's this nfternoon. Fifty Cent. Addrena Dr. W3!. YOUNG, No. IUPpruce p -
J. B. DeBow, who lorancrSy pubfiijhea after being debated th* entire day.-SaranJftrMrt. road in Jacksonville county, Florida, will sec your grave Street, above rourth Pbilad'lphla.JUi T EDWAP.D HAILE.1i

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ihe IQUa _Imn.JACKSCHVUIE. ; FEIflAWrSM.' T UR.COLUMIJIACOVNTY. MEETING. 'The Savannah : --------- I .
Herald of Qctober- hnsthe KEOltGANIZATIOjr.. -------
I The New York papers arc now teeming We would direct attention to the proceed following telegraphic : 81, I' ,I ro\hc regulation or labr and the .

-. with interesting accounts of the progress of ings of the meeting! of the.citizens of old Co summary The .\bolUo.of ttiniery Aeknoirledffed r ment of .color Pro 1,
NEW YORK Oct. 2d. by the Slate- :
Stf and that the
OCT. 7. 1865.J. this Order of united Irishmen, organized under lumbia, togeth :with the accompanying correspondence The steamship Belgium from Liverpool : to 3. T f'RI.um (nnntol-"otr compensation of said re fir ?the

,Editor .ad Proprietor. -.' the above name, for the purpose of:striking between the committee and I i '"with dates to the 21st ult, passed Father 4 MOCTGOMIRY, Ala., Sept. 23. A relution. Commissioners.Committee! t
g.: a blow for the liberation of Ireland'from Judge LONG. 'The one is calm and Point this afternoon. **. / /% The re'o.niliQn.ofhc utter dl'tmcliol of \ to the Constitution On t

: 1oLJID ITDLZ;. Associate Editor.GOYEBWOB the English Government. It U said that direct and'dignified unfrrthy; 'Arrt of the Fenians in Ireland continued. 'slavery : '1 ion this afernool,, ed'so as to read as follows: wag amen 1 l" <
;resulting in the deiberat! : Liverpool cotton market was much afer.t Ii'e'dt-s' warnVdcbate and ,: "Hereafter, there shall be a

-' MABTIH AJCD THE there are over two hundred. thousand, stern choice of two of their,best, ablest most t excited, and had dvance :1' half (t-2J) 'tothreefourths annnjomy ''vote ot60 t tot:? Seven member laM by the General! Assembly,capitation xvjJkjjux
and determined, Irishmen and their friends popular Citizens to discharge the duties delegated ((3.4)) of penny. The sales of only ere absent. each: pol shall never b I less tha one

HEBAID. in the Datod States, who are under the obligations ; while the other the American cotton (the week reached 180-, The following is the ordinance : I of die t'X Laid on one .rOUrh
on of the
t We lay before our readers this week, the of an oath to rush to the of Committee is part 000 bales. The sales on Friday were 20,000 I Be il ordained by the. people of the Slate uf land, being left to the dOlar
i support a simple notice of the action of bales, the market closing with an upward I Alabama: in convention assembled] that as to determine what inhabitants Assembly
address of Governor MARVIN, to the colored the organization in existence in Ireland,when the meeting, is, on the part of Judge LONG, a tendency. the institution slavery has been destroyed I I bal b excepted from the operation Stat
c people Marurana, to which our neighbors the opportune hour arrives to strike. That dignified acceptance of the trust reposed, and I From "'ahlngton-The Public Dbt in the State Alabama: hereafter there shall InV appealed to. the "
of the Herald took such of the in An official] i be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude F. Picxens introduced
strong ground exception organization Ireland feels confidence expressed in the true spirit of patriotism.- statement of the public debt the fowiol
last week. in its'strength 1 is evident from the 'boldness Judges NIBLACK antl shows a decrease of twelve and a. half] ,millions in this Stale otherwise than ibr the pinmhtncnfbrcrirnc glaiise for the Constitution which Wai refer
will do honor red
t to since the 31st of whereof the party $ to the Commite on Amendments
Now without as the apologist or with'whichthey drill under the' their August duly hal I to
appearing very nose,as constituents, and vindicate the wisdomof Thc Treasury noticed convicted. And, : th

defender of Gov. MABVDT, we beg to dissent it were, of government authorities at home.- their choice; and while seeing that Florida 1I I that it will exchange compound given interest lie it further ordained, that the constitution For del>ts hereafter contracted to real

( In toto from the construction attempted to These demonstrations were, at first, sneered suffers no detriment in the act, they will note for certificates of indebtednes to the be amended by striking out ':1 provisions "rate shall be subject to levy or execution e

I be put upon this language by the clouded: at by the English press, as the mere irregularities link her in close, and we trust happier, unionto re- I extent, for not twenty fifty millions years, the dollars bonds at bcinr six percent at And in relation to'ils slave and !)nry.- but vent this any shall legal not process b construed against the so a' to pre

geninsea of the Herald,and insist that until I of young madcaps choosing to indulge] the old sisterhood of States : three per cent. premium Hhat is $100 in Be it further ordained, that it shall be the promts; of the same."-Savannah rent. 3rd and

we see a contradiction or denial of that their idle hours in the sport drilling in the At a meeting of the bonds for $103 in certificates and note duty of the Legislature! at its next session, to p I liz v'. ,

fcpccch. of the Governor, as reported, we, are, open fields at late hours of the night, insteadof I held In Lake City on Saturday citizens, of the Columbia 22nd inst.County Joseph, The News by the Geruinnin.NEW of pass this such state laws in the as will full protect enjoyment the freedmen of all their oi I .: -'* *

bound to believe that the address was 'sub to bed, as became steady young men; Pce Eq., was called to the chair, and L. Brown was The YORK, Oct. 2d. right of personal- property, and guard the Our New fork CorTep.ndenee.

,j stantially reported in the language uttered r but the rapidly increasing boldness of these: appointed Secretary. ton with steamship dates to Germania the 20th has from SutJamp against any evils that may arise from: t NEW YORK, Sept. 21st.

him on the occasion referred to. acts, and numbers all sides The object of the,meeting was explained to be th 0' Cotton their suddrl emancipation. The full season to set in with
increasing on nomination of two candidates to wa buoyant in the Liverpool market : __. begs the
represent Columbia -
The objectionable sentence quoted the have aroused the ; and had advanced a half usual tide of Money
by seems to earnest attention county in the Convention called Governor quarter ((1-4 to i still i in
Herald: "It was a white man's war. It.. of the authorities, and changed very materi- to meet in Tallahassee on the 25th by October. .Marvin r, ((1-2}) penny. Sugar was active. Compensation to Loyal M<1. ab4ndant circulation. Merchants and Manu

is true that a few colored men were enlistedin II I ally, the tone of the English press towards On motion a Committee consisting of James Banks I l The cattle plague was increasing in Eng inst.The Bristol, Tennessee, News of the 8th ''I facturers find it impossible] to fill their orders.

the of the U. 8. but I Wm. B. Boss, T. T. Long, W. W. Moore, James land.Mr. says : The gold gamblers still it
army they fought no I them. While the latter has, therefore,began Arthur Robert Got Benjamin, Ex-Confederate Secretary It is the intention of Col. the keep in the mar
battles or at all in I ? L Dr\vn. and Dr. Boyd, WM ap of State had joined the Bar. Taylor, Representative I ket.and at the same
; engaged such, they II to raise the warning voice to government,the pointed by the Chairman. English of the First District in Congress, average figures. Still

were trifling affairs." !I former has already,with genuine English promptitude Tho Committee having retired and canvassed theclims latest from San Domingo. to ask for an appropriation b the Govern the:prices of articles of necessity have a

Comparatively speaking, this language of II laid hand upon the monster thatwas of all the candidates presented finally unanimously I. San NEW YORK, Oct. 2d. I mont to reimburse loyal Tennesseeans downward tendency. A sudden g
ad vices fl
Domingo of the for
nIt have all their losses the i
war the
the Governor is true, every word of it. This springing up to assail it, and has placed: nominated Hon. 8. L. Niblack and Hon.T. T. been received. I of the same.by To deriDe to cxistence do- the rates of gold would be foHowe by a

( was to all intents and purposes "a white four of the leading counties of Ireland under Long the Committee Whereupon, Col. James Banks, Chairman of The death penalty for political ofinces I so, with a prospect of success, he desires that corresponding fall i prices many articles
c man's and till the reported to th,meeting accordingly, has been abolished in San Domingo. I each County Court appoint importation. Many of the
war, promulgation of martial law, among which is the celebrated when the nominations were received a commite ol I heavy merchants -
by acclamation.
The U. S. steamer Mercedette which has; I three who, in turn, shall
appoint as hold
President Lincoln's { many large stocks of these
emancipation The Hon. T.
proclamation Tipperary. T. Long being a articles.
present was called on, arrived here, saluted the San Domingo think for
flag they necessary each civil district ol:I
it was prosecuted without any ulti[ The English press asserts that there arc an and in a speech of some length, delivered his views Business was reviving in the Island. I their respective comities, to make out a list, Their effort are united with the speculator!

mate 'view of changing the status of the immense number of traitors and informers in upon the issue involved, accepted the nomination, an. Excitement in a Philadelphia Church.PHILADELPHIA I under oath: of said losses or damages. It i is in keeping up the price of gold.

negro in the then slave States. And M r. the organization, through whore treason to it LI !I was warmly applaujed.! Oc 2. his desire that the report of each county be 8OCTHERNORS.Sputhernors .
I JOSEPH PRICE, Chairman.L. The Rev. Dr. Wilmar Past i nrute out in tabular form,
of containing a cor
Secretary Reward's) instructions to our representatives : there is;: no step taken by the order, but that Bnowx, Secretary.September St. Mark's Episcopal Church, formerly, in this >city r rec list of the lumber of Union men are daily arriving in the city

at foreign Courts were : "that i the government is at once apprized of it...:.- 22ud, 18C3.; who went South at the beginim of the war, wounded during the war, the kiCI. I iroraall. the Southern States. Most of them

they would take care to make known to the'1 Alas 1 when did the cause of Freedom never I.UE CITY. September 23il, 1863. reappeared here yesterday, assisting i the families and children left thereby without I} re here to atrange with their creditors for

Governments to which they were accredited\t ,I have a TRAITOR; and where did her foes ever To the llunnrall's( $ I. Xilac.and T T Long : communion service, and creating a great cattle support; the, and number and value of horses.t the liquidation of then debts, there return
sensation. )[ of the left hogs sheep taken by either
that the war would in no ways interfere fail to find ready to hand, that meanest thing this At day a meeting held in of the citizens of Columbia County, I the church. any congng.tor I'I'I thc amount and value of grain taken, as army well;I vith stocks to re-engage in buie at home-

I with the institution of slavery"or language I to: of all the debased, an INFORMER as candidates for Lake the Convention City, yon have to meet been in uominatMaccq Tallahassee 1 r ____-.---- I as such other item<, lllhe timbers.' fcc.. .\moD o the Ti'lnriHiana i the ctv -i- _\f_u" _XL u-
that effect Circular of the Secretaryofthe I &l'"letroyrta" suggest themselves to the >lack, who is negotiating for the
In nry may
the present attitude of affairs in England on the 23th of October, and we will Trer purchase of
you both to Counterfeit .
hor Itcgard Treasury wants the !hv the 1st
And till the wliole Northern people becam>- l it is manifest, that, if Fenianism is notnow )> >t. Yours truly, JAMES BANKS, X :. I 1)ecenber-wben, Congress reports that.o. machinery, rolling stock, ect., for the Flori-

aroused to the fact that in their efforts 1 to ready to strike a stunning blow, and is Chairman of Committee. I The Sccrctar. of the Treasury has:just i issued ,I when asked. "what has been meets the loss of tin- la Central railroad. He i aO endeavoring

pre8crvelhe Union with slavery they were: quickly supported from America, the strong LAKE CITY September- 28th, 18th 1865.Jame folowing ciucular ; loyal men in Last Tennessee[ ? he can have to have a line of Ocean Steamers running to

fighting with one hand tied behind them, apart .irm of the British government will promptly Uanlt, J-'tq., Chairman Committee : TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Sept. 21, 1865. the lie,'items to back and his figures demands.Ve, which, it i is said 'wont Jacksonville, to connect by railroad with St

of the army being engaged in fightingthe strangle it in its cradle; and'history will have Sm :Yoar Communication, addrcsced to the Hon. of The the instructions contained dated in the circular number of this paper to the will clerks send of a Jark thence by learners to New Or-
S. L. Niblack 16
an m 'self, Department to
Sept : The
> count.
informing us of the nomination jcaas
whites, while another part were no less 10 record another abortive effort of oppressed, of a Mass .Meeting of the pooplo of Columbia the counterfeit $100 compound interest notes, jeach county in this dbtrcr. can, i prominent men who were interested -

busy in hunting up and returning escaped but still noble Ireland, having stretched forth County and asking our acceptance, was duly received.fear i instructing Assistant Treasuries i and designated they are Courts.proper" matter before in the Florida trade before the war,
"contrabands" to their owners and, guarding= her manacled hand in vain to grasp the ideal\ I that my fellow citizens haTe over estimated my depositaries not to payout $100 compound encourage the scheme. Panics are here also

from flight such as were inclined to, but haci: of her heart: -EMANCIPATION. ability in this tr)ing crUis. This, however, is to b |of 1 compound iniensi interest notes nor notes olncr denominations -- 10 purcha steamers suitable for the Savan-
bearing dale
ascribed May Contention.MoxTioiEiv tab iind
more to their Tlu'Inbula Florida
generosity of
not taken their departure the war we feeling than 15 that rout.EmGRTOS
repeat ----- weakness of 18/,3, or prior to time, were intended
JUtltement. They saould have pressed to apply to notes held such As- Sept 17, ISCo. TO TIlE SOUTH.
,. was prosecuted with no idea of interfering TiE WAR IN SOUTH Into service ablest and by slant:
AMERU'\ most discreet Itate.men 'Treasurers and depo.-iioi as Goveniment t The Convention tllcay p.i--ed an ordinance Many Sothernors
with the domestic institutions of the Soul b. : The demon spirit of war is still abroad. This Convention must seal the fate of our honored funds, and were not designed to direct the that the white pop'iiatio.i. alone hal constitute ( white a endeavoring to induce
., Happily for the believe th State for weal or woe. Tho and the buMs i ol' laborers to go" South. They
future 'ition.
as we present
country, Scarce has its hoarse voice been hushed in genera- action of banks or individullsdnti\c to. such rtLPresl'n ague
+ Northen tions must alike bo either successful, and I --, --- now that the surest induce the
people saw their error in time tc our own land but is happy or compound interest notes, held on their own -- way t
i again heard rolling '! dl traced and degraded by its action. Prompted account. The and The .\fJonrnul"li >r l.'i? Carolina negroes to work to do with the
of 'onll away necesity -
save the Union without slavery, and elect C(. from the ditculy expense at I oui&ynopi 14)I.. i
I ip Republics of South America.While only by a desire to serve the community in which I once circulation of their
frm or
\ exchanging by
Sambo to a certain but by no means on hk 1 a yet no battle of importance hast have "pitched my tout," with great diffidence, lac. for other notes all compound inter : of the p." '- litty*.. An I appeal tf lximult while laborers brg Several dow
part voluntary participation in the contest. c<*pt the nomination,and to fellow est notes of the character t compute -
>ecn fought, yet the preparations for hosti"- Bay my citizens a described! now in in bel'iuj jftrwn JMrix, frenholm emigration societies
-< As for the numerical strength of the Union are far l t. frailties of ou nature will permit, "let by circulation, make the attempt unadvi able.- t ntl Mfrttli.We : ., are being organized
tie progressing on a more magnificent gone be by gones," and the eternal The Department however for that purpose.
pant past, look withdraw
army, we have not sufficient data at hand to a wi
scale, and larger armies are being hopefully and cheerfully the from circulation 100 haviMvc' ;
$ assmbled t future. Accept, thoughit compound interest I i.i- me t.uarleston Courier CLS I THE CITC. i
enable us to determine with accuracy the than have ever heretofore appeared on any I b in humiliation the new order of thing. Let us notes as fast as they m:ly be received in the j I of Saturday., W.lll; contains an editorial The complaint of the business men here i

precise number, but It may be stated with field in South America. The ParaguayanGovernment rather try to correct than to distract war, with all ordinary course of business, and reissue no Mimm.iry: of; th<' priKri-edinij + of the South that :

certainty to have been not much less than with President its heart burnings and sorrow", has passed. We more of the same impre ion. And it is hoped Carolina ( onv.ttoo. dortu to the hour ol they cannot fill their orders fast enoughto

two millions of white men. And against tbi Lopez at its tare enough to do in providing for those who have that by due care and caution, after the imme- adjouniment. .Not having received the intermediate supply the demand. The Oil and Mining

head, seems to be the assailing party,and ha ben left homeless and penniless, and in receiving and diate exposure of the dangerous character of''i wit we are unable to present the Compariies are declaring dividends and their

number, there were enlisted only 150,000 thrown an army into Corientes, of the Argentine educating their children without seeking to engender the counterfeits, any considerable circulation I entire action oi that body on points of en- stock will'be up in the market. The

colored troops. That they made good soldiers Republic, at the head of which is President political strife in our midst. Let every true man de of them may be prevented. Assistant Treasurer -J'I grossing interest t, s-ueh as the election of Governor people
and designated depositories there- j and Electors ot President and Vice are learning by experience to more cautious -
much better even than was expected, Lopez in precate men conduct, no matter from what source wi b
person, while another army springs. In the future let I: fore, forward to the Treasurers of United President, ef.. in.handling such stock and of victimizing -
no one acquainted with the facts will us be one and fndi\isible, I
forrnr maintains a foothold in the Brazilian province and look ouly to the States such compound interest notes as are > Among the fr. t acts. of the convention, by of bogus
happiness of
our and collapsing companies are
I moment pretend to deny. But when of Rio Grande. Opposed to the Paraguayans ] of our stte. President Johnson people success of the denomination of$100, and all com. i I and of which readers are already apprisI less frequent.

dark neighbor of the Herald goes into such are allied the Brazilian true his avowed f as firm and pound interest notes which are dated May I were : .
Government: t principles of the Constitution a* 13; 1863, or prior thereto, the same being I j 1st. The repeal of the Ordinance of Seces- THE THEATRES.
ecstacies and tears a passion to tatlers over we could have him i
the Argentine Republic and the Government b. Should I be chosen the Convention held
t as funds of the Government, and noi''! SIOIL The Theatres are now for
their achievements, we beg him not to forget of you way rest aa,urtd that I wILt labor to otherwie. open
Uruguay. The allied provinces are said to reconstruct II. McCULLOCII, 2d. The abolition of season. : The houses
I this disparity of numbers, and to remember have a splendid which is being the Sate upon a proper basis. A basis ac- Secretary of the Treasury. I These: were among SlnelT of the actsalloptcl1 are crowded nightly
rapidly ceptable to the General Mo Government
and fashion. KoontTrF
the fact that colored soldiers were not to An ordiuancc wai. slh.poItnthuJ- wil h( -- -- thp._v
increased, and stens were being taken to cutoff YOU. For this eiDIVusioll Of condencc nn thn. norl._.. nf C.eneral Slocuni's Order Revoking (Jen in force the--- city and John ----0
-- -- -- Brougham
enlisted to tin me ClOSl' II ( ( Constutionand coutr. the
any great extent near the the people, allow I ]
retreat of the me
Paraguyan Army hi Rio through your Committee to ic- ernl Orer Xo. 22.HEADQ'RS Laws heretotorr in force in favorite of the Southern
of the war, and that the numbe of battles in Grande, near which was Gen. Flores, at the turn my grateful ackowledgent. DEP'T OF Nissisirn. j and the acts, official, pubic and private done, tlrme to visit visitors to j

TI r which they hare participated do not bear head ol five thousand troops, one thousand Very pectfnily, your obedient tervaut, VICKSBURO, Miss., Sept.. 4. )f and appointments and elections made under I shortly.' the country again. j

the same relative proportion to those foughtby of T. T. LONG.APPOIXT.MEXT. GENERAL ORDER, /L authority of the same. THE FASHIONS. j
are picked Brazilians. The organization -. No. The List\ of The
the whites alone as do their 23. f day the session was principally wives and daughters who have accompanied -
aggregate and discipline of the allied armiesseem By direction of the President of the United I devoted lo the consideration of the ordinance ,their hu"! ands and fathers
numbers to those of the white soldiers as States, General Orders No. reported by 3Ir. Let-ens in favor of on their
to b now on such a basis as to The President to-day 22, current series the admission Northern
stated above; and above all, O! "Nomen warrant a blow against the Paraguayans. appointed ALEXANDER from these headquarters, ,is hereby re of negro testimony. It was referredtOa tour are considerably taken aback

Umbra," do try to hunt up modesty and MAGRUDER United States Marshal for voked. Committee to recommend appropriate at the- changes in fashions, that have taken
We doubt not then the
next budget of news No officer will, in action and enactments in reference place in and dress
manner interfere styles
the any daring four
- decency enough to prevent you from calling we get from beyond the Equator, will come District of Florida.-.fieio York with the organization of troops to thereto for the general Assembly, which will incarceration in tei
: The
pursuant Diqie
Gov. MABVHJ; a liar and a slanderer. filed with the active "pomp and circumstance DeaM, Sept. 30th. j the proclamation of the provisional convene in November next. i year Urts"and"watdrjfalls"
__ go'crI With that adorn the heads of the
-. -- of and I a view to the protection of those fair
war, with the clash of or.The
Dr. H. STEELE. formally of the recruiting God defend the Ii "BUY .. order which is }hereby revoked was civil rights, both of person and property, Northern. belles, particularly attract the attention
tervice in the rebel has become assoCI- arms right. AUTIIOKITY." issued as stated therein, from apprehei sion with which they are now endowed, the Convention of these visitors. Most ot them adoptthe
army .> .. Interesting to holders of cotton in the of danger of conflict has established
s interior between the State competent Courts in
ate Editor of the Union. The animus of the tiwps st\e themselves shortly after their am-
last issue of that paper affords an illustrationof I General J. J. Flnley.. : and the colored troops serving the IT lited each Judicial District, the Judges of which val.
"Is it lawful Stales, and in the firm belief it in shall be elected by the Legislature, to administer :
the couplet: This gentleman passed through our iii- to pay tribute to tseizcr or no?" accordance with the tiat win and decide all .
policy our upon causes, civil TILE WEATUEB.
"A mu couvilneed against Ms win.la lage, during the week, on his return from M. S. U. ment. go ern- and criminal in which be
of the earns opinion still."-ZferoW. Washington City to his home in Jackson ----- It is the imperative of ested. : they may inter- The hot weather lasted pretty well into -

Your facts, like'your philosophy and poll county, preparatory t. rite removal of his Conversation between highly respectable States officer serving in duty this departmen.every United; to The basis of Congressional representation Seplonsber this season. Monday last there

tics, are conceived in "dark places," and consequently I tends family to to reside Lake for City the, at which place he in- colored gentlemen : be guarded in the execution of al order. : to remains unaltered as arrangCvl under the census came sudde change. Thin clothing was

are brought forth in error. The I To the of the present.West POMPEY-I say Caesar, what makes dc I avoid giving offense ; and in of co filet of 18(50( i e. one representative o ever, speedily thrown aside and that more
people the loss of nearly
so with
$ Associate Editor of this paper begs to decline eminent a citizen at this of Jacksonville Herald down on de crackers? i the either officers or soldiers serving under 24000 inhabitant[ gh ing South adapted. to whiter substituted.

"the soft enl" He must be while juncture aair CAESAR Why,bekase crackers dewelop dc state authorities, to postpone actiO in repreMnlelives.Vith ; .
impeach was not "forI deplorable, to the the .
matter .\
possible to
kalal. (EXEUNT.) until ]t has beer re- regard contracts and other obli-
I merly of the recruiting service in the rebel ,r the son East of Florida"the_accession is a nt. of this distin.uisc -- ferred to the district or denartnlent. n__ rnm.nnn-___.... i-rct"-*%_-n..>. &cu n --, inClrr.1 .Tri-n.......( 4.I_r". l"v tirwB t .*...M.Iof : Repudiation.
army," as the "people ot Florida" whom you Gen. subjecl congraiuiation. [From the New Yprk Herald, Sept. 28th.] tIer for decision. the war and of t settling the basis upon The Union says the Conventions -
Fileygh'es a gratifying accountof By order of which claims thereunto of the States of
Major-General Mississippi and
Slocum. Alabama
are striving, in true missionary spirit, to en- his visit .-Quincy Com- The Subject of Pnnloii arising, shoul be have decided -
L. WARREN MILLER, adjudicated, a f-'ubilitiite was and by majorities
lighten, very well know. He did not stay in monwealtJi. A facsimile of the Presidents's signature AssislantAdjutnnt-Gcncr adopUd for the 4th section of the ordinance their disapprobation of the exr re-

I 1. the rear to tend other, but went himself; and The East will hail with delight the acquisition has been prepared, and over three hundred South.Carolina. Con\eutioii.- 11 which allows for their adjustment on equita pudiati the debt of their respective States,
pardons are repoited to have
b took "a front place in the picture, near the of s pure a gentleman, and s fine an with it at at the White House stamped] The South Carolina Convention ble and Convention expressed the conviction that the Georgia -
fl* Mrg of the Not been intellect into the storehouse of her treasures. The ex-rebel Gcheral yesterday. it apj cars Tue fol ow ing resolution was unanimously will do lkewis The vote
guns. having Peck, Mississippi,is to us, has iravelled out of the I.clorl Ithas agreed to : of the-Alabama to by the

'convinced' either with oragalnst his will," r rI Thrice welcome] will he be. There is ample citv.among the seekers 01 pardons now in this gone beyond the powers of u popular body 1cozectt, i1i ; JJdtgah of the people of Union .jvas taken on the 15th ult., and sod

he pleads guilty-to be "of the same mind I room for ten thousand such men. Let The representing the sovereignty of the Stale, ISouth Cai
till," upon all subjects where principle was them come, from West, from South, from raised within Alabama] few embargo will probably be having assumed a branch of the legislative we endof.-e the adminiatra ion of/ President proposition.: But a telegraphic report of the
a and the Tho .
days, of authority.
imposition of
issuing taxes, both Johnson that proceedings of the Convention
Involved. But yet those questions being settled North, we shall be proud of all such. pardons to citizens of that State soon thereafter to mode and degree, is within the exclusive as of pacification, we cordially approve the mode since in this publishedseveralJays
him and paper, states
by a force to which he yields, he has set be regularly resumed, as before. The jurisdiction of the Legislature.. The Convention will co-operate prpo with: ell' wise, measures that we on the dth of September, the Convention tat

4 them to rest forcv r, and having by oath asserted Histaken. stoppage tion of the was State caused Convention.by a distrust Late of the uc- has prescribed This a poll tax and 1 fixed its lie has inaugurated for securing tle peace and a vote. f 6 to 19, passed an ordinance rpudiating. -
1 reports, amount. i assuredly a legislative Line- pn-sperity tor: the whole ; debts contracted
Union. the State
purpose, and given in an honest J The Jacksonville however by
JI Herald contains this remarkable -I remove these apprehensions, and lion or duty. The resolution aid of the late war. The i
i adhesion and allegiance to the.Federal Government statement :. prove them to have been unfounded. The Convention has revolutionized the following was slso i unanimously debt ol the State Alabama statement of
t J I ; "Ik-solved, That the Chair- On the 24th of
none but those whose moral infamy J "Reports reeive from all parts of the TIE C.-TnoLI BISHOP OF IOWA. State'government nearly en Li ie I)'. It has man of this Committee- organized for the .1ay 1865, is as follows:

fit them for perjury, can raise the shadow of I iJ State agree i such representing the old-time] de Right Rev. Clement Smith, Bishop of the converted it from an Olgarch.int a D(mo- purpose of drafting suitable memorials to the. lond Debt,at:per cent
mocracy, have been It has
L a the most Catholic diocese of Dubuquc died cracy. not given election of President in behalf uf lion. r8t 2 1i.O 0
a his Jefferson
question as to loyalty either suddenly Davis
by asserj j[ violent secessionists, favoring universal Governor and electors of Pre-sideut 0tBondDebta 6 per cent.
a at his residence and lion. Geo.
Dubuquc Iowa /ice A. Titnholui
tion J Buffiraire !1" on : and Hon. A. G. il.trt
\ or insinuation. Saturday President to the
J j jI last. He_has_ been bishoi for the people, but they have aoan- Magrath, be a conumiteu with Comoshol fond 60 0U50 0
j Tber is no truth in such "reports at least t1tnflI the ; .., Judge Ward- 16th Sectiooal 1no.1<
Vauel fund
years, and has resided Irncrtv nln1ti( tim"lfr.'I. law, the
in the vicinity lor over. & .1- Prcsidl.J of the Convention. lion I 8.0n :
i so as our information mud
-_, The Herald appeared last week with rather fr enough to believe that goes, and in we are twenty, yer His diocese included the ate while of retaining it for the House. The Ali'cl linger, etc., to p.csent the memorials UnlTenli.td Dbt, at 8 per 30 12.10.,0) W
we are a reverse should be the
whole rule
position State of Iowa. in
I consniu-
President Interest,
and 't
less than its u\ual display of editorial to. know ui-e tueir personal in-
ability of the New 38U,5 0
something matter Legislaturt as it is the practice. fluence in bcluili ot the Bond Debt, at 8 per
tinl t Jisiinguished
whereof prison
which seems strange when we take into account we speak. Whatever differenc may is n counterpoise to this in making ers." t-ejutiaterest 200 00 5SttD,300 0

.' the.(act that it reflects the combined have existed in the past, there great unanimity PINEY WOODS, September 20, 1860. the Executive'term tour years instead of two Since we make the u'oovu 'r38.Treasuryjiotc nri-a without c itert tOU.6 00>
wisdom of I among all classes on. this quostion of Mr. Editor :-Who that reads the following years as under the old Constitution. This is ,I was summary (which ang bis 3Jl.5n 95 7,105,231 95
entire accidentally id .
an regiment, white and col suffrage. Public is ouai In m our i issue -
opinion decided
giving a more conservative ve-
ored male against sentiment, in honor of tenure to the Executive lorday morning) vc iti.\e: ixcencd the $18.66.81 6
I and female, sanctified and un- making it "univerl" The Herald has your neighbor, oflice. As \ve have
ther- mediate received
anctifled. fore been milead.-FrTt'& will deny that their fellow "citizens of Africandescent" A veto is conferred on the Governor, but l to liom i 1.t.UltIJl which enables paper, and have no detailed no Montgmer

Considering the -sTIlE are bred to toast. was drank at instead of a majority of two-thirds of both Convention u comj n pi u.cieiling of the t proceedings of the Convention
than the
paternity or maternity, I \\Iii(:.. '..1 nicl on the 27lh ult. other
I we are in doubt which-of that dilectable COEcIFT ELECTION. 1 convivial colored meeting : louse being necessary, a bare: majority have The Charleston Dauy i..\c\\ s makethefollow- brief synopsis furnished by our telegraphic!

sheet, the animi"of the last issue of that "The Jacksonville Herald, a friend to color I Governor's power to pass Jaws. notwithstanding the i ingsummary of i-; ri.ceeitingsi: correspondent, we dte not fully informed 1
negative.The the
paper" I The regard to action
Fall Return Received-Six Thousand ,, -even'the truth is colored when it Ordinance of has been of that body in reference
were sufficiently determined,and affords : Majority "Against ?iegro Suffrage.HAUTFORD.CONN. in its colomns." Yours truly, appears dence of right three of foreigners to vote after a resi- pealed ; slaver} u,-. IKa n.c.iol atntlUhcd ; proper re to the Slate debt. It will be seen by the

a striking illustration of the fact that the ., Oct. 3, 18<>5.: G. WILLIKENS. with years without citizenship, we ty qualtk.niJ- iln bcuatc has been re above statement that five and f half milonsof
Returns of the election have been agree the Charleston News, is anti-con foreigner, the dtjbt of the State is old ,
miscegenation of two.distinct species of the received -- servative. ; niter two residence,
While the and i nib
Convention .ear ; "new" 8
was mak and 6 bonds
in the State cent,
animal; kingdom produces a XIYBBID. frm'ever county except one. NEW Srnppixo ROUTE.-A gentleman of ing radical changes in the laws citizciisiap, may principle were i issfled per
organic this of to the
taxation the
_- .. i maoriy far against is about the six negro thousand.suffrage Macon informs the Telegraph that he has in- feature the old Constitution should have adopted according to ,'altc: has been I i mate debt oi the State would war be, legt-
amendment s formation from the been ; reprcenatiul is the
of the East Ten It is upon ,millions
president to
supposed otler
THE HAUJTTED ,CII VRCJL and moded. us a basis of population the Governor is leaving only about seven mil
Treaty with the Osafre Indians.. nessee Virginir railroad, that a joint arrangement for giving foreigners u share in to be elected by the people; and for lon ofar debt. I however, these bondSwere
Considerable excitement has been
effected tho
,has been creat between the government of the Stale, a premium on four issued since secession of Alabama
ed in the goodly city of Jerwy City, in conse ST. Louis,:AIo., Oct. 2, 1865. different railroad companie concerned, un c-migralion. In the present stale of the labor twelve, years Representatives; no district i is to have more than for war the war debt would
i" A special dispatch fminLawrence: der which a bale cotton will be ( this" ; and each district is i 'pur std
might bo deemed at
shipped question $
Kans an .
queues of a church)he : been equiva to have but Senator and | is possible, that
having disturbed one
', to the fit. Lus Democrt states that an import from Atlanta to Alexandria, Va., for six dol lent for such a concession. On the whole the; have three. Charleston is to tion'of the Convention on the 15th alluded

'. ,by.nmccotrnUble noises heard in, it ty concluded with tla l lars. From thence the cost to New York changes must be deemed salutary. A better )fr. Thomas to by the Union, was in reference to, the debt

nights. Osg Idian Friday last, about one by water, will be light. The roads are all equalization of the taxes- -and a longer term l lowing Thompson which introduced the fol contracted by the State for legitimate State

; Elsewhere clip an article: from the, !'N."YS&erald have suth of Lwrenc. The Osages completed, by this route, and if the statement Exeutive otllce are decided improvements Jlesolced reslution, That commission was agree to: purposeprevious to the war, and that only!
agreed to above is 1 of
correct and the Macon while consisting
; acres of and giving the ] l the war debt has been There
elec two
__ giving a full account of this land for mosimprtant Dersous bo appointed by his repudited.
matter which the government is to pay Western road should enter into the arrangement tions to the people is a the Provisional Exclecy could ben possible -

,.. which will t* found Interesting to those thr hundred thousand, dollr The rights in the same liberal spirit ,which J18 privilege which assimilates ,South Carolina port to'the,next Governor toprepnr ad of the former debt, while ofhe pohcyofrepndwtins repudiation

who are carious, or'who like to philosophise all!! settlers are treaty. actuated the other companies, this route to and renders her more homogeneous with be and. in laws will' I a debt contracted by the Confederate -

: : ; Savannah R'pubUcani1.in,'. will command the attention. of shippers nt the rest of the Stat of, Confederacy.- the hescessary alteration proper consequence I States Government Car ,
nn..fUCb. ..bjectJt:.:1. ,. ._ ::,. : ;: onrp. & ,made in tho fundamental law, i is purposes
.' 1. .: ....) ,'... .._ "". ." '" /rnnno :r.int. and especially to prepareand submit code a question tu.: aJmt of argumeut.-- ?r-
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THE-FLORIDA UN.OFT TJeslrufctlve lfrss in Jfotr"Ybrlt. f The Cholem. f Urilfnli V.'nr: Steamer' JPni-iult of the r4- V THMARKrs VV V V
lte.JlI iIofl. I -
I.Froni t.e Xc* York WorJ, Ifth last.] The United States Consul Shenandoalt. V : r- Z j4
at Constantino*
,- rntuni: KVEP.Y PATCUP.V xfmxtxc nv A meeting of th" Georgia Uni >a Club \va ete.day aflerni.ou another deslructite pie, in a letter to the Stale Department dated | As soon .1= the despatch reached Acapulco 2Xarfc.ee, .

'j. K. STICK WE Y. held CD l tf TttjInsLin fevanuah. 74 conflagration occurred in a number of bond Aug. 1 J, -nys : "It is estimated that the victim 1 giving news of the destruction of American Kror.per bbl...... *. 214tva tidtt.

TFUM It was unatiiutbiisly VKesolved : That ">ve ed warehQJ on th" fust side of the city.i'hu .- -* of the ciiokra already number twenty whalers by the rebel pirate Slicnandoabt the Hominy, per Ib.. .....* .>.. V
Advaror.c cordially! enJuive the nomination made at alaeettUijunoyalcuizen bunu-d doe's commander of the English, war steamer De-
.1-i'-? 1)'Ur pt'r Annn in buildings are known a* thousand, the number of deaths in a singleday CoTttSItalpcrlb : ';. ;s
Lkt-L LJZ lt t41IJ. Tu *. on the iUih init. vastation. then lying III the harbor, soughitan -- lo-
waiehouses, and were litSed with several having reached one thousand. It issni.i Fresh Bef per Ib...*?. .... .. .... .. ,.; ..X:10al2. "
i-&uts. of the
:' flt1f at ujiku tiKJiiiiif L. S. liennelt. Dr. F. i. -utiiions of bonded interview with Captain G. P. Scott,
: : goojs, whichihl prove : that probably two hundred thousand of infornied him that Chicken* per piece........ .......... ... 40* 30.Zojwperdoz. .
.Er3c arid
% \\ iStonc U. Saranac
C.rdU A. were nominated ,temiuida liniOit a total loss. T.IMXwere thai the S. steaiicr .
rumors terror-strick'-n inhabitants liavo: left the ..... .... ...... ....{V. .
.. .
i wD duLLaN I' of Tn ejartt1 Lncr troiu CJatham county, to tu- lie lire wa-. the uor.v of au inceudury. but city." he should set sail immediately with the Devastation ; ,.... > 50

.npI-& the same pjru.fi' insertion., for first insertion : Oafe' Georgia elate Conveation, to be hVld in 3ii- trom a careful investigation; ii is believed to I The Consul at Barcelona, under date of in pursuit of the Shenandoah, and Butter per Ib ... .... >.. .... .... ..... .,"-.4.'OSC0. V

dJtfl made to eruseut adTt ticeni. ietgt: iuc, tlie iui XV< --Vby in October aavc been accidental. The flames were tir-t Aug. 22, s.iy> : flit, cholera ifully declared should tre-it the rebel cruiser as a pirate, and SWP tPO.tcCp.Ttnaet ...'.. ... jfso 2,fo.. V
next.I discovered capture her wherever she might be iound.lie .- Irish perbbl |.. ..... .. .V.CB3d .00.
some cotton and in
this the deaths
among rapidly city, from which disease

.! <> 1 R I NTIXGt j ,'
I Tiiav know the nominees to be. :and extended defying the efforts of the firemen, have averagetl up to this date about wnas good as his word, tml left the port jas I COTTOX. V J V
and ever ii'5ie been true and loyal to the Govern- soon ns his -hip could be got under wayPiniia'v | The fonovinf qnotarionj has V V V
I t 1 $!e.ii Jly promptly executed. who were promptly on the round. The twelve per day ;"or the total number of death* tees the naggu
' njculol: ; tlK" Uniied States, and eniitk-dto the names [ ;:;j. tor the past week,endfrg 15th tost '
raited up tho > ity f'r miles, and also from cholera in Barcelona to Aug. 21, is 150. rMU V .4i
ctioa tickets this office Supi'ini t>j ;ni irae liiehd nt'tbe 'diiiiui-.tra- the oi The dense iaia\i>. -. : '
: =r Eh printed at city Brooklyn. smoke till There have also been many deaths from j V V41.tflINE V

short flfltC Price $1 Imnslred or &i 11*>u.i ed the streets ol the lat er city. The heal oilier diseases ; and. although it is stated that j LIST. McCarthy Oinned... ...... .. .. ... ...-.....;?> sj;

( u per- i And \\e uVte; occasion: iu s>ay, that, by uni was intense, and until the roof "and a parl of over 30,00 J people have left Barcelona during Holler Ginned..... ...i........ ........,.?_ >w a -

1w-'T ()flUl. i coiiditi nal L'nion men, we mean, those who I II the walls I fell, the firemen found il impossible .he last filteen clays, leaving at present per ItRT, (F JACKSONVILLE. OCT 6, lC5. Saw Ginned.... .. ............ .. .. .. .....,.. ..52 a 53rPLASD

-A'OTII'I-- -----" |I have vcr been opposed to secession and the to approach near enough to render much haps iJOUOO: thousand persons in the city, on *. V

| di t/uction: of the Government, under any service. The llaons, however, wcn> fortunately the 21st hist., there were fifty-one deaths. 'JRLVALS. 0rdin r.T.. . .. ..S ... .. .. .. ..... -28 a 31 V

'IbefriltifIIOfl. 8. L. BUnniTT.Icr election annonorc LU pretext whatever, and who Irom choice, not coulincd to the store houses. The Consul at Leghorn, Italy, reports, under Oct ->a-Rclir. Cierb Biuker. Jlli! Master. S-iv. Middling.. .. .. \. ... .. ... .. .. ....... >: A r-J

name *c suitable candidate es dtlcgate i compul-ion, yc rind>- of the Government. The fire originated in the third lloor of the date 'Of Aug. 23 : "The cholera which Oct. 2d-S--hr. Mary Jaw. HaKUnoH, JI 3ter, tav.Oct. .. .... ...... .........., 33 xKavannnh -sMiddTinsrFair
tth frtnt < onwntion.Vi j That we are not in favor universal negro free stores Xo. ol has aJ Snur. I). U. il unt, BacVuer Master, V __
storage Cherry street, prevailed in an alanning elegreo for the Shr.. ft Em.na Coniu., Mister, y. T. VV VVtV V V
-- ------ CX-u 4ih- Mary
atuhor cd to announce the name of lion. K. suffrage, as has been talseiy cirargcd uporTusby corner of tast, at about G o'clock in the af past few months in Egypt, Turkey, and some (h-t. 5th-Srhr. Mcnaua, V'anncr, MMcr, K. V. 3Iarket V
\ tire : sauill minded j olitical"tricksters, for po- ternoon. The building was occupied bv A. of the eastern portions of Italy, has not yet Oct 5th-Schr. l'ioii'r. Tm-ker Master X. V.VVCi. Flour per bbl. common.. ..... .. ..-.f3UOa$9.0* | WHEATON, a* a candidate for election is a delegate ; litical c-liuct. And-that we know that the N. Lawrence, formerly of the firm of Cue & reached this place. It has not broken oat on ( 6.-StaIiIer Helt-n Oetty, Ingrain, a v nnah. a. Baltimore Extra..;....... .11.00 il2w[ [

t. th'! Sute Convention, October 25th. Eiectiou O.-io ; candidates aboe named, one and all, are opi Lawrence. The flames were first discovered the western coast of Italy, except at Malta. CLEARED.Sept. flee per cwt....... .. ........ .... ............ ...95)V

%wr9th. i posed to it upon principle. among some cotton, six hundred bales of Among the Musselmen population, nightly 33th-Svhr. Fraiici. Conuell. Master, IN. Batter per Ib in firkins.;.. .. ...... ............35 40. V
- That we endorse the policy of the present which had been landed three the Sept. i-Sttnr. DeUwnre, Bee, M ster. X. Y. a. .. Goshen.,........ .
HEALTH or JACKSOXVIL.I.E.Wo days previous processions perambulate streets, chanting Sept *>-Sinir. Helen Getty. Ingrahatn Master, Sav- ........ ...KCOTTOV. .
rrir. administration, upon the subject of the right from the brig Belle of the Bay, of New Orleans. nymns and prayers for the evening of the Oct. 2-1-Oeu. Sherry. Milliken, Master, X. V. .

!bear tbat reports ire in circulation at rarioniit of suffrage to the colored man. The second! mate ot the brig says that scourge. Among the Greek imputation the ()ct. 3.1-Stmr. Fountain, Ctetuer, Nav.Oct. Ordinary.. .. . .. .. .... .. .... .... ....

14acei' > the iaterior, that the yellow fever is prevalent Resolved, That thess resolutions be pub he first saw smoke issuing from the third fright has almost resulted in a famine, banKers ..3d-sichr.3.1-Brig.Mary Potomac.Chruter.I'erklus Uusauily, Master,Rio, N le, V.V Jtniro.Oct. Middling.... .. .... ... ...... .... .... .... .....

in tcWu. Nothinjr could'*farther from the tmth : there lished in the Savannah Herald and Republican. story windows of the building, while onboard refusing to make bread, butcners to kill Oct. 4th-Anna E (iiovcr, I>a ey, Master, >. V.V Go41 Middith;.................... ...... .. ....
i nrtf. |,jito nor has there ten this season a .-toirannah lleraM Sept. 2r his vessel. He immediately entered meat, and grocers to sell provisions. The

Piugj 'c**> of5 >.l>'w fever in Jacksonville. Take th. the building, and going to the upper floor, panic among the masses .f the people H out New York 3f nrkrt*. V

.'ntinea ou iliT-ugh.! and our city ban been uunsuatlyhealthy. Cntoratiou in South CuroJiiia. saw some cotton burning in the rear part of of all proportions to the danger hi Ancona CALL AND SEE. : XEW VusPt29.1863.

T.as ems the more reraarkabl-, when we The Convention, called together for the the building. Half an hour before that time und otner places on the Adriatic where it Gold.... .. .... .... .... .; 1.4fl.U V V

Lp ictoacconr.t the lact that this bu been the hottest purjk -c of reorganizing our State Government the chief mate of the brig and himself were prevails, it is very fatal, and oftho'e attacked THE srBSCBIBEU keeps constantly: on hand and Superfine State and western onr.$3 50 a 7 73ErtrsMate

ran-uiert-vei exrwriPEred iu Florida, by that veracioa i? in full operatin. We lay before our in the building when everything was safe.I .- more than haif have died." s ilf Ur o sL-30rtncii: of .. .. .. ...... ...... ........... .....785800Ch

ud wiiaHe fa.diviinal, the "eldest Inhabitant." readers some of the moht important of the I I Ii is his opinion that there was fire in the V V Vr'kiiig Dry Goods .'icebUte .. .. ... . .. ..... .... ....810825

An,: that .erjthin? in the shape of a te.ci'nt has resolutions regretting that our limited *pace: I cotton at the time it was taken into the build- the Ontli Ileforo the Inspector* Commou to medium extra Western .,......755773

L ( ( :4' it. ctniost capacity with 1 trl-> regard renders it impossible to give (the proceedings in !. Toe* not carry with it Amnesty and Bints afl(1 Cap Extra round hoop Ohio >------ z..8 00* B 60 V

; '1'a3.11tcb 01 comfort, and that our f-trect. y anlsn in full : The fire ext< nded rapidly and in a few and Pardon.It Western trade brands.. ... ..................915all30

o Ibeyouj.lr Mr. Conner introduced the following resolution moments* the bonded stores adjoining, known imy be well to call public attention to Clothing, ComznonSantLern.. . .J. ......8 GOalO 60
I I as \O. ?,)() and A, B. C. and D Water street
and yit w- know from oar ovru obaervation and : which was referred to the Committee and the fact thus announced. Gov. MAKVIX, V Boots ami Shoes.CiJroeerii'.s. Fancy and extra do. .... .... .... ......10iOal450
the free Xo. 745 Water
store street al.of .
t-f MciaES that JackconrHlc id : on the Legislative Department : i is anxious that all the of Common ( ansdian----------------
Nkoaiony j't:> at which people the Slate who :.......800840
Evenwhile of Mr. Lawrence occupied) were also
the ,
p-OM-ut comparatively l.-ealthy and entirvly free froaiiy man. ;agtof twenty-one in flames. are qualified voters under the laws as they Good to choice and extra.,.. .. ....,_;......8 50 all 23

: epi (-flit disease. Such rfport*, tludvfor1, arei.i.tLU 3ar. pau nn-crnlni-.sion(U oiflcer In half -in hour after the fire the existed Jan. 10, lb(51( shall have the opportunity Eye flour (snpprfine)...'... .. ..............5 50 a t 610
and in the and began
( unfoUi led, and are made by iitur "4d and privates'* army navy ol the roofs and walls of Xo. oO.j street fel. ) oi taking part ill the first step towards 1'rockery.Hardware1.. Corn meal, Jersey ... .. ; .. .. .... .... ....,.490500
] United Stales excepted,) being u citizen of i
dvMguuig parties with a view 10 dive-ninjj 'band trudu with loud the restoration of civil government, has pro Coru meat, JiriindywineV.3 75
a crash fifteen minutes later th tVc.al a
United Slatts ; .
no or :i foreigner, who had
busint o! the flaw? ttrongh other channiist a4 vided that the Inspectors of tht Election Com meal,
leciaml Iris mention ot becoming a citizen Vater street storeseie] also mass of ruins. Brandwine.puncheons.... .....2600 a- V
-hall administer tue auinest- oath to persons of which he :Vrit tEe very lowest prices at COTTON
other The <>
piAt$ firemen it useless combai w s giin irrertlar and
linking to considerably excited
of the Culled Slates according to law, and :
who have not already taken it. But be it RETAIL
---V VV V aaving resided herein two years iiumediati.- the flames, which v.ere devouring the store WHOLESALE AND some were asking 46c. for middling grafes al the open- V
mown that this provision is made for the
QUICK I'Ass.tE. houses w ith irsisthss devoted their at the i4J stand on lUy street. in?, but, iu order to effect sale,
.: previous to thf day of election, and six1I131l iury, energies -ole of enabling to SLtOEF.. were obliged to make

TLe Steamer D. !L Mount. Capt. Bactaat iived : in the Election Di-trict where he ijf-- to the adjoining; property, and fortvuately hcmsel purpose ve's to late. 11 does per&ons not nor is it desigud quality- Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. T.-tf concessions, the market cloeia? rather easier and nearly

this port late Monday evening having made the r-m i i"TO .<-rs lo vote and has his home and re.idenciiiaii savnl the Judd oil mill, in Cherry to with it the benefits of I uoniULU at our qu.-utioijs annexed. The sales were

New York iu four da.1 s. Th Houut b r >ofht a : have a right iu vnte at elections in th street; ThompM Jc Waterbury's sparyard, pardonand carry so the proclamation declares.amnesty ana To ('.iUTON-T*) Tin: PIVHLIC.I about 3,340 bale We quote:- V

limber ofpaang'r., acaa ti.il fri Ut.Tliow :'.: tate. Nor shall beire. and the Fulton } oILulrv. The shipping! ii 11E1EBY caution any ptrn aaurt buying or tra- Lj4antI. t7'qjtIa MvLe. .V 0 7.
temporarsutrce. the secure those benefits, the oath must be taken before I Uinc for propert in the posst-s-'on: Reason S. Ordinary. . .. ... .33> SC 36
who cam- 1 y Kcr, q>t k in the biffL<**t term .> s than six months with intention to r dock had to be removed, owing to th a 'coiiimLssioueJ. officer-ci\ il,uiilitan' or Tern U "r :auy fllV ( f "" *** M.ddling... .. ... ... 44 44 41 t7 45

cf the eoune y oib office s, a. 'd : .;>rca tiieuisehrei-* i 4 urn, debar or impair the right of a voter i i high wind \vlii-h prevailed. The flame* iiaval-in the set 'ic'e ot the United States, or Oct. 7, iCVZ4i) .TVk3ItS IInis 1ItNDLET. Good middling. .. ..45 46 46 47

highly Ught'-d*itt '.'.ie trip. Ma? i* neitrly ktadt' uts Slate.JirT reached one britr, but they were extinguished wlorc a civil or military officer of a los ai I V

and i.to sail to-morr.r* for N". w V' rk ir'ct, Mr. introduced the following resolu IK-fore much dam-iire: had been done. tate or territorj*.'' This being the case." i h: iOi.mo\ CO-PAIITXEILSIIIP. FOR KALE- TJLC.KCEO.COTTOV IX V

TXbLete agent of tiit ut:<-. will iw fMi iit tbroi j jbe inns, which were ord( red to be referred t Chief Ei.glneer Kiugslund and his assi-t s better for to before the ut: firm of JACKSUX i WARKOf K. was dissolved A
V ant engineer1 were present! and did valunb)' persons go proper T on tie: 'Mtsej.eir.ber.\ by utn: 1 .;oIsent, Mr. V.. i
< < *;. ;he: appropriate Summing Committee I t win service. jfficcr at once and subscruV- oa'h.' It tin V B. Jacfc.cn, \nUidravTJJJ Jro: : the firm. The business THE SUBSCRIBER HAS FOR SALE IX IIAMILTOX
Seers of the Thirteen 1
Cajrtain !
-- -- flpoined t--siOTPd, who I County, al.out one mile from ue Lower
natter bo put oil'until: election day. and meath %Till btiouil i ;< -I hrr.', t'icr l.y tl.n. Springs.
&' noti" of r.C. wovaj. in co4umu, byIMSSI.V Itemized, That the Constitution of this preci .ct, toirether with sections of his own V i i administered the Inspector it i 5.- thank.fr.' forthf rt pn'ror.a .P'OWP upon the firm, i twenty-five thoo nd p. of excellent
w. Dejxii. 4-u. : luu- ttaiill be so uueuded a< that men, and tjie Seventh, Tenth,, Eleventh uy hipea fctill ;n merit 3 continual ol" '1.e same.Oct. quality and clean handled Sea Band Cotton. Also a
V ; V hen ol no turther benufit to the parties taking L wAltROC.tIEWYORKDIRECT bolt of new Cotton bagging packing the aamc.
-- V Seventeenth t and ;. 1863.
: (;ISIS.: 1. Tne; election Governor shall be made Eighteenth precincts, ren- it-it must [be taken a second time lo obtain There are a number of Cotton Gin in the immediate
by the pfcoplf. d'-red efficient service.The he full advantage it was intended to bfttow. neighborhood, and donbtlrna satuflkrtory arrangnnenutoold
Per, slcnruer lit ion e- will lie very heavy, and are estimated V Abundant opportunities are now olferetl TOR be made for ginning ami packing th* Cotton aronce
< v. Ijiji and (iau-riiU'r, G. H. Smith. J. E at three millions of dollars. The JOH.V BEOWAKD.
o. That he shall be invested with a. qualified .or taking the oath, the military authorities Sert. 30.-.tf.
Todd and lady. \Vm. BritMM, G.V.. Fisln-r owned \arious and
vt.Ui the legislation ot the General property was by persons,
.1. L. Kcrmau II. V. Larc; C- A. Comrfock. upon owing to the lateness of the hour, it was ) laving made, us uc understand, every nee- STF.O'ET I>. If- JU'T'NTPT.. BACKUS j -
John "\YooJ Assembly. essarprovision to enable: them to do" ?'o.i.'lnIIli .- THE I live for New york on SnnUsy Hth mar. i iTor U. S. MAIL LINE.
.John K. Uonnt-ll, \VmMcCorruick. 4.rt'11 the basis of representation in the round I impossible to irei the insurances. aiifl j'i'rnt>l 23t1t. Ire'ph' or rnagappfr to F. DIBULE j

JlissMuilcn, II. 1' Bird, E. M. Hou.-e: oi ifc-pre.entatives sliall be the white The following i i"> a list of the principa j October Tth lS.-!f Jacksonville Fla. ( The fatoric Steam Packet, formerly tnown s tl*
McDonald, P. Roxjinliall], .Jhn! McRea. Sir. pOpJaiiH; oi the State. goods on storage: 1(5.000( hides. '2.000 bales ol ( *'St. Johns,'*now named the

Hail. 3Ir. 3IcGinnis G. McD ril. Colonel "*. Tii.-u the numiK-r of members compo lags, 0,000 bale-of cotton. 20duO bushels ol Brazil.VASIIIxOTON. NOTICE.E. .

X-.tt, Thoma. \\". Andrew -. B.. M. iiriirv, tut House hall be fixed at one hun- salt, ;3.000 bushels o; wheat, ",000) ) bushels! olhtmp. \ 2 1. HELEN GETTY,
jng September : C. VAUGHAN
CV.. Stizall, II. E. Huhcrirfc and 31 rV.Armstrong. 1.800 bale ,
lady. irtd. (>t gunny bigs, 1.000 bak ; Mr. Joaquin Maria lascentes De AzanibujH Commanded by Captain fx.A. Ingra&am, is again pvriuaienti -
S. P. IIon43Irs.. I). TriaV Mrs I of wool ]y.OOO( of i : ou th line tweea
ti. That ihe basis of representation in the bag suir. was ysterdav intro.liiced by the secretarytii Physican and Surgeon, > < Saraunah. Oeorpia. and
S. Trihy C. Dnu-k. T. li4lt.! CV 1. iVuton; The buildings on Che street were on> Pulatka. Floiidj. touching ;i Dariet.. Brunswick. ST
&-iatt: suall be bar-ed equally upon whitekjit1aUtfl ry State to the !President and delivered his Dr. .
Ofti't- in mmis' Iook rrith tnpor.Oet. Marys, F nundina, aicI all Undinro on the St.John
G. Bright. Jolui Franc J. (. J. D. hundred
'olc Haw. by two bin.red and fifty feet, and
and iaxa'ion that each U Palat
) : credentials a- envoy extraordin and miii'ot'lik V > a. carrying the U.S.M. iL
kins. Judicial District shall l 1w entitled! to at least three -tnr5e, high: those ()fl'ater Ft mi ister pifnipotentiary majesty the Emjcror VTtI. She will lea ve S.tva.ioah er ry Thnraday at 10 o'clock
were of the same dimensions, and tivestorkhigii. A. 3!.. arme at Jiu.k.ouy.14 on Friday,airt reiuniins
( dXsNEr. one Senator. ot'BniziI.rI1Ie following i a tranhiV NOTIT-REMtV.iL .'ill Ie*;e for sav aui.&h every Saturday at 8 o'clock A.AL .
;. Tuat the number of Senators shall be They were ail owned by Charles A. which i
Per steamer Helen Geitv. irotnG. StvRnnah- tion of the address he delivered upon I TIlE St'ST.'B'T H\VF KorovraptorV TITEIPI V
W. :Sananni, G.V.. Out ihev. Ft H. Sullivan f.ix-d aforty.. CotHiS losis Piiirnnlwl! at two h :ndnd the occasion : | .f erwlfroij irorf Xo. 4, Ray Srrwt. t" | For Fr V isJit ajementafop Pajnaze apply on board

G. E. I)<*M. E. M. 1) and C'ii., Ii. Fiir B. Tiitit t'he Lieutenant Governor shall be thousand dollars. MH. PIIESIOEXT : I have: the honor to place W-M Anftiin tor. vrhrrp th.v m y lp fivnd for > J "r S'tenjii to 23-tf JOHN s. SAMMli i CO.,
The iock w.i' aV rpord: on fir.' at 10 pS"rt tim" (flfr -' qr' (1U'1flifl.'I to CL) OJ'O'cir Agent".
IL Williams lluu !c Mikr. H. lieiiack, C.Slajrcr 2-fffri. President oft e m } our hands two letters trom his majesty tli V
P.M. Titiro 'n"k of coo H. within twnfyrerc1TV .
.. and the Harbor Police boata -
31. A. DeL-inski, G. F MeDonftJl, J. t,_ u.i ihe judge? und Chancellor* shall a the Emperor of BrazIl communicating to you f.fIVt. (', yflry rn.'rvhantu, n'1r.tiI XOTICE.Q1X 4

Ik-ik ck,0. P. LwtlaT J. 31. II il, B. S. P., T. !! In- app oted'b the Governor, subject to the i I plied for. Uufort unf-'i! ly it coi.ld m : rind: .l.y one of them tit" cio.-f of the mi-sion otseuor w''il.i ii.Vetl t 'all a'id tPe fn' WEEKS ATTER DATE, WE WILL APPLY TO Vt

T.Loiij.E.P. Wtlmttr, IL W. FcneU. L. ,, (cuutkiuati- of the Senate. ii V any aid, being out of repair. Councillor Miguel 3Iaria Lisboa ; and ifrlis- of artictcs.as they will bo ct cbe.ip for ) t tie HonoraUeJu igrori'robjteof Imrsl County,

!! 'ford and 'U1t'r. i 40. Tiut the Secretary of State,Jomptrol1 -' VV the oilier appointment in the character V cah. r la., for Leter* of adzainitftmtion oo th- estate cf V V
ran ( oy my La1ipp; nnd Cii'nt' Sh'ie. I>v ts. hir's. Stati.nery.Flaying Eliza Baldwin. late cf sil county, deceased.
-.. 1 GeueiAi und Treasurer shall be elected by [From the New Vork Herald,] of his envoy"extraordinary and minister Tarrflnths.! Tailor's Trimminrs, ShonWerSt' V A. S. BALDWIN

l, ec.ii. MvsTCKiors Sotrxiw ix A Cncucu Ixvr>- [>lei'.ii>otentiary near your person. The cxpreiuis *T>' for th' Vr-"V J'd Navr. H ,rdwrp. Tmwan" V WM. L. BALDWIN,
Having rccovcn-d j.'HM:>sion of the j- tii.it wit i rnk.>r -. Ci'Tl"". To arro, Butter. ( he.p. $gnvV.s. September 3o 5-w-
the District Officers, to : Tii ATiox iiy TIlE PUI.U.E.-Considerable e.citcuieiit \- of my lett'T of credence inztnit'esttilt __
Move Pip-, C-p'-ed Of'O ;. :tfn.a. Yani o Xntion S di-i! Church in thi-. tit y, in the iiatneoftij? 1 ( !V rk, Sriif.. Ordiiftrj-, Commiss-ioner in | in ariM-n in .1er"- City in couse- Lighl esteem in whic1: my a'lgutovere- 'i-i Witer Ay-artr for r,4Vtuinga' A'OTtC'E.

Ficri'Ia Conferenre I have plact 1 lev. AiV'il -! i Aqui.y .ud i.i.v- ni-ctor shall bo elected by j qm-aC' I d i _1< V-. :\eN! t.nd unearthly round i;n holds \ our person and the high inter- d Pn.r..riipti. Stnk. SIX v.eeks alter date no- will apply t3 tLo.tctiu:
V. in tje peujj.c iu iaeir rcspetiive Districts. j jj said to (ViflJu .'.<. trom a chureh: in the upper est whk-h connect the empire with thi-. great Ambrotvp' Ca.es. ni ll<*"k and inr '-r.. AP. f Jude cf Prolate of Imval County, State of TloriiU. V
Holleymon Pastor .
charge af r. W.DEXVH & CONo. for lettuiB
The H-Sfion of said j 12. Tiat Siuvtry: eve pi a* a punishment j part of Jersey (City for some nights pa-4. Tmllrst uilion. Brazil has never had a thought, 31 r. 4, jren-hsrr*' Rf>w. Hil'oii H >n<1, S. C, ; HolniM.of late Adminutration rf sad county oa the ece4aed.Esttte of .Meander
which bPirinson ii r erimfi after conviction, i is lorevcrproaioited known of these mysterious sounds was President, but ot maintaining unalterably and .c,4 ,t W'fl ; .tutiAn Stnrp, JOHN PKICE.MABY .

tht'iJOtliofNovciuljer next, at 3Iadi.on in this State. some ten d:iys since) hen the pastor hal of ever drawing more cluetythe relations ol" Oct 7th lS.5 tf Day Sret.Ja'knsi1It-. JANE MOBR1.eptmber2i.wp .

Brother Ilolleyuion vrill hold regular' religious -; lo. Taut all eieciions by the Legislature occasion to return to the church after evening friendship and trood understanding between

shall-IK mad cica roct and the name of the i services to procure some manuscript which the two countries. This j is my charge, and AVANTEJX -.t.
senlcc in the Church Sab- DO <;ETT,
begining I member and I the person voted fur recordeil. he had forgotten and had occasion to make V with this purpose I shall not spare :anyf MAX WISHFS A SITU \TIOX IX A
liath the luth of this month. The forenoon use of. The edifice nal 1 been closi d for the tort to respond the confiidence reposed inme. AYOfXG_
nnd night Cervices will be for the ,rii/c. and Ma. Winsmith introduced the following I! night and was in total darkness. On entering 1 shall deem my-elf very fortunate, Oct._ 7th For ISM t>*-rtirn5r if "Ta!i'*>lr lor
resolution which was referred to the Committee lie lit match to him the Mr. President if in the of honorable V V )
Hi" attemoon for the cned. a guide along ailse.and dischargt so \\ill attend to all matters connected with notiiig V aad V
on the Amendments to" the Constitution. when approaching the alter, at the rear, his and important a mission I shall be NOTICE."THE ten.lin? protcs--, te. Office-{temporflr} stresidence. -

F. A. BRANCH, attention w as attracted bya low moaniugsound, abl tt) merit also your confidence. This task cnder ismed tvotiM epettfully tnfTm the rirfI 6n

Presiding Elder of tie District.u Whereas, Iscgro slavery has been abolish- i which-gradually increased and at the same : will be so much the le** difficult for me us \ I zeus of Jacksonville that h<" has npaiu re-burned September 23
tho dr.ties of his
--- 1 ed by the Procl.imation ot' the President of I|i time drew nearer. To this heat first paid but V I hope by my personal ft-eHngs towards the profession. J. I). UPV.X. Dentil V V SCHOOL NOTICE.

a rcwtinir of the citizens of Colombia Couutv. held the United States and the military authorities !-;! little heed, presuming it to be the antics of United States, and by my act nto, win the JCIr.ViIIV'. ()tVt. 7-lt rilE select school under the 9tiperin-enJ of V Mrs. V V

ifc Ll* City en the
u *ton the first Moa-
nitb was railed to the chair and Donald TomUns, I Il liitviifid. That neither negro slavery norinvounth.ry j I changed to seemingly unearthly yells, shrieks it is expressly recommended to me to do. On ron: .SAJ.K. u> iu October 1)65, at her roidrnw. corwr ol For-
tU and
>]x>inted Secntary : and on motion of Col. W. W. ] servitude hereafter exist in and from innumerable invisible solemn obcasion to the sj WaJhiugion'September V
McCall. a committee James Stephen?, Esq. James ;< shal.l i i groans beings this offering you Acres LanJ, in tract* froui one bun 2 2i :
Unki aud Giies I Ellis tap appointed :o prepare an this State except as a punishment for crime, [| clustering around in close proximity to his mo"t ardent wishes in the name of my ove- V 100,000
xpmuiK of tb t-m-f of the me tinp, rek.ti\c to tbo of v.'bich the party shall have been duly con- j j person, until finally his feelings were so'' reign, for the prosperity of the North American some of tr! mr st valn.-ib rlaitation* in 3IidiU Florida OF LADING FOR SALE.
removal of Ca|>C Chan. 1... r.nndetl. freci ti.ig po>t.Iucont vicied by law. And it shall h be the duty ofI wrought( upon that he felt impelled to leave Union under your wise hdmini.-t ration, V on many of thorn tli* nock. rr<>|>% .Ve. &c, will b. i .vT TUB UNION OFFICE.NOTICE. ,
he eownjLtc afti r einuttation sold with th there are also fim b -dlo of timbe ,
rp.rte1 the iuiow- la : < < +
;u :. tI vit I the Legislature to pass such la\vs as will the building with nil! possible hiiste. The \ i iT it be allowed to me to express to you V &n
>idcrati () th r vahiaLle ei.-t'. CL.tlcwan. j finally carry into eifect the foregoing ordi- ]| jibove are sulis'.ant'mlly': the facts of the case directly on the part o! my s .ven-ign his (t'ep Vain i1 V i-nine ai att r: :M.>nc l-itb ia this iltr.iia VV V

ly tearing a i A fctrt inRriiy with *h.ch (:SJt. ( hts. nance. '1 u* stilted I by' the p istnf .tf the church to Chief sorrow at the unhappy event of the 14th of! 'ovfsl and %iininiovcd.. ix WEUK.s FROM DATE J wILL APPLY TO 'fni:
]_ JluudcU has eoiiduc1l tiimwll. ID hio t.ft.-ia] bn i- : .-, -. yMr. bci \. H. MiVOiSMICK. Agent.ule. .,s Jad ., ot lToaat
j j of Police yicJIunnu-s after reports were April, which place l the whole nation iu Acting .f and intercourse Ids .
ties;, piivat<* during stay amongstv Tb., S. ; i.IltSl of V
Therefor>, Conner iiUroduml the following C"oTluil -I ginning to be circulated in the neighborhood mourning when the distinguished Successes .ers eCCSfd.Angust AIiI4I4QI&. opou lie ktato-ot J.licltnat.A. : .

Rrrdr, Tt at tb<> information rec<>ive
iix.ut to be removed, ie dtTj.l regretted ; and tl.atVn I 1fr&.1d, this Convriition v, ili re- that the matter rii/hl be kept as quiet as of your illustrious predecessor COMMOIHOPS D\VELU\G HOrSK IX LAKL --V-V _V V_ __ I V
he be carric.- with him, the eaten and A
4 :4ld.'c drpane.ofoir I4'oT4e. i&ict itC1fto Bach action as \, essential to' possible, bcliev'mir that in a few days at farthest shnnld hive causer it only to rejoice.To City formerly the ri-sMf-nce of M. Whit Snith.kV.4l. V NOTICE. V
the l tiuirtivn'otrr its J souville. 1itruF.
JAMES STtP1CN. restore tLc Slate to her former position in the he w uld l La able to unravel the mystery V which the Pr--sidenf replied as followsMr. .Apply it., tf A. S. 1.U.DWN.SeptcnLr \VTr.K.S AFTER DATE I WILL APPLT TOJ

JAMD BANKS. ,- Commia.e. I Federal! Union ; to suc'a retiioldling of the and satisfactorily explain the cause ot the Az.YMHfjA : The imperial letter ot. 30 -t2 Act., Judze of rrobate. feir Imral Coanjr.. f ir 1- -

Vll Mbicb was GILF.S unanimously U. ELLI adopiuL>. j Slate Constitution us is neceas-iry to adapt it* souuda. Since thai I time the church edifice credence which you bring bears iipirt'eiativetCtimflOflV :TS ailn.migration.late of Mi. ('OUfltyde.cca.3ed.npcn tec estate t.f Jlartba V.tonc1. .- -

Doa.lJ Toxkiiu, M. 'IS hit Sreitb to the change.-growing out of the i.uicij.i: ha-s been thoroughly examined inside and thai you have maintained so high THE IEW YORK NEWS. AnS. If.-G r. V OEOK6ESTOXE.

ccretary. Cuain&&n. tim Pfoi-lamtUoa: and to resior-j it witij out, but without: unravelling the mysterv a character, and exercised so wide and iiilluence V
thov.joodilitxitionb to its condition prior lotue and meantime these dismal and unearthly at home, that I fevl entirely at liberty V Daily, S-emi-Weeldy, and Weelly- DUES---- -3JAKIXC.fVJS. --'- ,
V- Act ()Secession and to such proicvdiigb yells and cries are heard almost every night.A to ns ure you of an airn-eable reception, not V

Editor Z7m"wi DEAU Hrn : A little Insure its arc necejsiry 10 call inio existence V couple of! nights s-ince Chief of Police Mc- onlv in the diplomatic circle here, but among I TILE :iiv 1Ott II of.Jacksonville c. A. SKIXXEE.,that she TXFOE2IS bas now locmtcil THE LADIES ta thi;

enables me to cote down a few thoughts for fiif Sate tjIvcrt1Ul.2aitli: t e powers e.ercUcd \- Mannus, accompanied by aid Doyle and ditective the"people of the United Stales. I ecii>ii>caie Weekly: and S -Weekly New.GtZ2..T -'l. ce. aritt is prepared to cnVfit, uvl make d re ISM in
bv ii prior to tat Onlinaucu ol'SeCts- E L. McU'ihiams, determined lo pay toward Brazil the good feelings yoa have expressed -' the nentext and latest etylea. .sidence on For yth Sr*
your difjiosal. The tlcciion cf drlepttes to rILr NZZA'LI. eca nKtsnaadAd4ia, ds., Louse .
a vhit to the reported J hatmicd church. They in regard fi> our country in the name by.N. *' fwmrrty.'enptt
tht Omvcntion i is so near at hai.d tbat the MOii.Mr. 1 and entered iiLXJAJIIX "VVTHDD, Zdtjr and J'rtiitr. C. Dennet.
resolution ocure.I
Ti'.m.o moved to lay the on I accordingly p the keys of your sovereign. Brazil is already a great Jackonyj1ie. Sept. 1&-tf.XCTICE.. V V
people bare doubtless made up their anintls lite tubif. And'thc quesuou being ptit."U .- 1 me edifice'shortly sifu-r midnight.! Taking ta"te, and she ha> the elements which enable J.mrnaU ci F titic. Literature, F Lioun. Market aid
thereto l?" it their in th.cenire of the church in become leader the nalions.I nu4 FuiantLil reports, lkU-trstu>gMieliany,
U, the Couvtiiliou agree position her to :a among .
as to the choice of delfpitos, and therefore I aad Xevri Jro all iM.-ts of \Voiid. -V
pa tcti in the allirm live : yeas .">3 ; nays,Zh. j I total darkness, they ha'I' I remained there but regret that in times past no closer relations TIlE POST OFFICE DEPAP.T3IEXT at >*** Fi.ce
need fay nothing upon ihut ilject4ttheoe e a short liuie whelm thtv heard a low moaning were allowed to exist between Brazil and the (i KOTE3IENT iNT1IO!)UCLD. f wai b i opeued in a few dUj.s and vtd be ready to

jx-oplc! as they it3SC. at !Jwt tlii? cnce 31r. F. \V. Pickeiis, from the Special Com- I oun-l; apparentproceeding! fin m the vicin- United States. Holding( ON plac.rireIc,4e1Irer> !. UaU willtH-matlenp and fonrart mail JbrJ.ckKJnTUK-matter left,at St. this AnosHne V V

without the fhscklrs! of jmrty ialrigue, w- niirce1 uadii-u report, and reported : An Uritiimncc 13- of the pulpit which gradually grew louder lions ou the two parts of the American continent V The Urrtst, b-t and cft-M.w. pa.r; pnM.hed; iu ,Uaha/ic Penaacola.and all other points in-
to repeal the Ordiiutnce Se-ces.Mun, came n airr, until il finally culminated they ought to be not merely good 1 New York. V he United States where thro arc Matt faculties in er-

crt muations cr lielr.g: lolitieians Our aiitl ttc question ift-ing put. "Shall the Ordinance irotind their heads: in howls yells, groans, neighbors, but intimately associated together i XE\Y YOU:; WIEICLY xinvs. -.teiice.A fall of V
STipply Writin
pn-at busiiufs now i is, what sTiall ttc ronvctitinn }>as>V U j pis-i'
d :.HcMannus drew from his pocket a revolver to that association. Our policy is one which j One Copy, cne ytar. .. .. ..$200Tureo T.EDWARDS, P.3L
it rtop ? I ain not a htatcjman, nn-I S tired Cue;, one year ... 550 MouticrEo, Fla Sepf. 16, 156.% Sept. 19-lt
loaded with blank and one
cartridge and be understood.
: is simple easily to >v e Five C .875
p.es, one jcar
hence mv* oj.inincs. cati j* have but; !littK] ifau Tin. %VE.TI1cJL-Th1e equinoctial in al! charge; when almost instantly the edifice wish to promote the progress of civilization Ten Cpics one year..1 eo V NOTICE.U .

tu-ijrht; yrt I am a citizen, anil tLtsrctore! will its lurv is. utHJU us. \Vcdne-day; the rain seemed filled I with thousands of infuriated in this hemisphere, and for that purple the -And an t-xtras Copy to any dab of trn. AVVING DISPOsED> OF MY STOCK OF GOOI/jJ
give them, such asthey are. fell like a necoad epistle to the Deluge, acconiiJ.muH.1 (lemon making the most hideous noises, and development of material resources, the improvement Twenty The \Vtic Copies..lj Xews, ni is jear.st-ai to Clcrpy-aea at.,3000 1 OJ n preparatoy to closing np my tmsinecj la Jacksonville
by funou.-> gales from the .North- ;tpparentlv bent'on tearing them to pieces. of commerce, and the introduction ,all persons baring demands agaln me arc rwtties.
The first of tbe Onvenaon after sr.i I-'VIIKLV XF.WS.PnMished ted to the
basinefi present same for cttlcment and all
east, cautiug'the li ltis to rise to an ;unusual! The officers describe having experienced a as fast us po-sible of free, intelligent labor Every Tue >lay and Friday. 'ebted to mn arc mjnrved to* laaie Immediate parties
its uiiziticn, thonld lie to prepare unJaIojit in-i Ijt,3ind rttidcilng it exceedingly tiira'cultiorlhose very peculiar sensation in the head,amid finally into the virgin fields of the continent. SinieCoiit'soie \cir.$ 4 00 I mont of the s me. *. F. K. HOWARD.p y-

a suitableo hideous and unearthly Instead of weakening new American states '1 i1.reeCopies, one'ywr...It) 00 Sept 16. 1863 if : JaekscnYillp. Fia.V .
Five Copi one )ear .. .... ...13 Oi.
' wi1! t-irs! or ttfi*, to rf rh their homesdryOi pursued bv the mri.ited demons to the door, to them by reposing in them u generous confidence -And an extra ro .y t<> at>y rn! ?> of ten.
State to the status tJiC tad under hod. which they closed an-1 locked. The officers than by indulging jealousies of their Twenty Copie, onj year .53 00 ALLPEn30X8AP.EHZREfcYCArnOXZDAGAXSTtrespusiiuK V

the old Con titution; then make swell modilicuiions ; Taclay niglit the Steam ship Jfc&ellan, then crossed the "tieet to the opposite walk prosperity a querulous disposition in regard To Clergymen. .-. .300XI.W *.r.nt'to Lsa u Lewi Matt.irsinateiion Box Lr nrh. V
XE'A'S.To and thu hea.t
in the old constisttion and *'..ch"i Icing .it the pier, had her wheelhoa-e aiul an.l remained there until daylight, but beard to the manner in which their govein- Mail .Sub < rti rs .P.VILY *W per annum waters Public Creek.s.. .R.MATTAK:. V VV
baitiug Kjaiu uo iiirther pound", and made no discoveriwhich s meats arc administered. Above all we wish f Monltu Dollar S4'pt. 1C_
''uutd JK> badly iujured by ; >ix Imr
>ly, as are to a ccinpUtc rcstoia'iou _ _
nc-cefsary Tat* plU-s that it wa? nwciry lo to-.v her to would tend 10 explain the mystery. I to impress them with the conviction that all I Tor Sale liy all Xpvrsiloalrs. Simen cr .jps of -. V V
cf the State lohcr fetlcrai i cation, undci in the immediate neighborhood Daily and Wetkh -\'n :eut, tref.Addrvsa .
of il
St. 1IkIIa i for icp irs. The people residing the nations America, they would continue BEX I. V.'OOD.Dallv > Potatoes P.otatoeb : V

the new rtate of things-brotight about by tLc Severn! rfiips lying the harbor dragged claim to have been distuned at all to exist, must aspire to absolute self- X."w- EjiUlnj, Xo. 19. "t. hail Srjr.are, KAKHELR IRS>'H POTATOES,. % ," V V

late rebellion. lueirinchor..-, and were in imminent daugei .lours of the night by these demoniac sounds, sustaining"independence, and to a jwrfect political New Yo,kKflARRUGF. 50 50n.. hj-Corn V V V V

ot eoiu" ashore, bit our btuy little tug boats and .i number 01 then have determined to equality with the other nations of the >ow in fore and for ale V Jn naBtIus to'un't parChaaer -V V
The tlonelcl the Gcucrtl Aembly
e being ra.iuage-l to gel them under the land, where leave tue neighborhood.Uivisioa earth. Brazil shall arce with us in this : fSUIDE.; -YOUNG'S CHEAT PHYSIO- *, at : ? AVZLLS* VSerteuter
; 9-IT Auction suA
be convened, and the Convention dJciunttd t.icv nJti Ml he gale; l iu safety. policy, we shall hereafter be not only close III LOGICAL WOUK, of every '>uehisowu Doctor -- Comuii.ion; Store*

Mg ti Vie. A few hnc bubincss i .tnuecoiuplish lila) T.-Zj4rlt for Charleston, on Tuesday, was fjUbVflhiI Into rongre* Ion IJIoxTcojiEiiY friends but practically we shall become firm those Beinp oJicut a Pnvato to Marsy Instructor, both Male for and Jtirried IVaiale Persons, iu every.or : GARDEN SEEDS V

all this inouevvctfe just its v.tl.as tLlgtit4) put Lack, though the boat froic 1iir1cD'. and fast allies. thiug coucerniuR the ph.rrfoto and relations of our V

ChirUioij uuii-vged to weather the suma. Ala. Sept. 23 .. Sexual System, and the eduction or Prevention ol JUST r ceiv dby ;tean>erFoantiina lot GGardc V
a month; aad I do trail ve \vil\\ have JVVw V 'utj&pt. / Offspring,luomdin all the new discoveries never be whirb will bo warranted. V
eiuh; such there to do it. VT.x and caiie timn.rli! on time.- The Convention ba pas .ed an ordinance The outhern people ask that they may tore snven iu the Eaaliih Unzuatre, by \Vin. Young. D- AT XnXLV AfCTIOX STORE. V

.hJr1. .. VSV Dividing the State into, six Congressional not be stripped of their possessions and disfranchised. D, This is really a valuable and 1 resting work. Septitter f> V tt : V.
It 1 U written in plain liusuajte for the general reader, V
g_ Districts. Can't grant your request, reply
I sad is illnufnttcd with npwurdi ot one hundred engravings.
PVMwo or JEBoW.-T13C Witivgoi T.e Alabama State Convention. The committee on the secession ordinance the radicals, but if you behave yourself, we All yom? married paople, or Uioso coutempla- NOTICE OF CO.PAUTNtRSUIP-

"rrespondent of the New York ILrate, cnu'r / will report early next week. went hang the mass of you. "Papa," said ling marriage, and haviu tho lc.it itup>dlmeui to UOTIC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A CO PARTKERSHIP VII V
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/ IILLEWS VILLK, Sept. Brown's "can't I to circus married Ufr, bliunM read this book. It ditclonos secrets baa this davjbeen fona l iby .th witlewisned. -
date of the 21th ult., says : The OrJiuunce declaring the act of secesfiioa __VV .- Mr. youngest" son, go that every one hoiil. he ae nd void unan- B. Thorn well known citizen of ? "No, my boy, affectionately replied it is a book that n'u4 be kxked up, and not lie about V and Cotnmx&i! Business, which wilt b'iV V
It jhe.Unign null was Mr. S. a V
is contradiction the V
true to contrary trom ; ,
the 8d on u Mr. B. "if you arc a good boy, I will take you the house. It will bo scut to any oue on the: receipt r-1 under thc name aeii It C ,- VVV
notwithfctauding, tluit the President has par iiMU3y adopted by the Convention to-day Columbus, was lountl dead on to grandmother's thIs nfter Fifty CenU. Addre Dr. WM. YOfXG, Xn. 41Sprure V
doned J. B. DeBow, who formerly publilieth after be-ing debate'! tbp rntire day.-&ir
'niin.rn T1i'vw. viih JjfrFi1. V V nln..bnrk hot !In Itis lorhy. flfl1. TUi-.m. nttirs'We.Via.., HfflteThWI % V V V



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A Rebel Cotton Loan In England. p :Pt: 0 C ri .\ & \ T lOX returns of the election and forwarding them on the St. Johns river Fernandina and fct. Augustine I i _
orWILLIAM to this office. 10 as to receive the returns as soon ax possible after > 1 W. & A. W. IHGERSOLL ,
Many of the holders of the rebel cotton i i.I they are made up. !
loan in England avoided the recent meeting MARVIN the delegates, who shall'be 5th. To afford aid In transportation of Delegates. I
in London evidently for fear of an exposure elected,as aforesaid, shall assemble in Con- to the Convention, the Commanding Oflker of the Mi*. DRY GOODS STORE.1LJ1tNTUUE. .
vcntion trict 01 East Florida will order that Steamer shall Wholesale HelnilDEALERS
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t of their individual complicity in tiie rebel- PROVISIONAL GOTERXOR or TilE at
twelve leave Kcniaiidina ou Friday, the 20th day of October, t
; lious transaction. As the London journals o'clock, WEDNESDAY, the 2. th 1865. t touch at and leave St. on Saturday, j
therefore seem to be at a loss to know who day OCTOBER, A. D. 1865,, and elect a the 21 ot October, for.' ; Steamer IN GENERA!
President and other to leave Enterprise, on tie St. John* river on Friday,
the happy speculators are, they will be enlightened nec.es.11. (1cl'r?, and ; I .
WHEREAS, by the Proclamation of Andrew proceed to the ( The the 20th da) of October, for JIt'SOI.m. tOleJnJ at1' :
the list of of the dutil
t by following some ther ditiereut points on the ri :
British subjects who have thus invested, Johnson, President of the United States, dated Convention will be the the election I 110 The ComuiMiiding OlTi,er of Ir.the Middle District and 'I! ..c., ('. j

with an estimate of the losses sustained by 13th of July, A. D., 18w, I have been appointed of their respective m(mher! of the Hulj-IJimriois 01 West Florida ali Key West,that | lIEJ0fI.iNllSE ,
them respectively- Provisional Governor of the State of The commander: of the military department 1 Steauier !Jalleave Key West, on Wellltly. the I| I ;
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day ol
Sir Henry de Hofcghton, Bart,... .. ... ..180.000 Florida, with instructions to prescribe, at the of the State has issued a general order ; ah t Cedar Ke a,on her way touch to a. )Tamp lrkl ; and that !) I II
IMC Campbell k Company of 71 Jertnyn street; earliest practicable period, such rules and regulations directing, that u United States transport i aiiuther titeuiuer s>.all leave 1.llsnco. Saturday, !! t --- ___ __
London army contractor... ........150,090Tboa. as may be necessary and proper for steamelbnlll'ne: Key West Wednesday, the 21st October, bound lor hIe port, touching !
Sterling Bigbee 50 Mansion House place. convention of the and touch at ApalrfCliic-ola. i
London ahipowner. .. .... ... .. .....140,000 i convening a people, composed ( at Tampa Tie Quartermasters will he instructed that no charges i .
TLe Marquta of Bath... .. .. .... .. .. .. ..W.OOO I delegates to be chosen by th.it por- :Manatee and Cedar Keys, on her way to St'n e made tin- IMojraiea to this Convention, except the 'Gi'occries.
James pence Llverp.x l, correipondent of the i .ion of the people who are loyal to the United Marks ; and that another !telHr shall Inc for nWul.: they wi facilitate in every way; ,
Times ... ... ... .... ... .. ( tin-u tr.iUi-poriation, and .
(under Initalg) 50,000 States and no others and also with all P ensacola, on Saturday, the 21st, bound I 11)(1btso trips give J .
Mr. Beaford Hope. '. .. ... .. .. .. .40,000 ; nIl I i preiedt-uce to Dlh.gntP". Tl.ey must, also, cause due I In"li t Pro i.xion. ,
George Edward seymour stock Broker Throg- I the power, necessary and proper, to enable the same: port, touching at Apalaclucolaand: ; es to b given of thin order, in relation to the timp ; CHARLES SLACER -
morton street London,.. .. ... ...40,000 such loyal people, of said State, to restore it another hailcare Enterprise on the St. 0 departure ot thr se Steamers from the different poicj i j I t tI
Mea* .Fernie... .. ......, .... .. .. ,... .. .SO.Od- 1 t i to its constitutional .relation to the Federal. Johns r the 20th, bound to on their route, BO that uirnng meets may be \ ttn-f Ales and '
Alexander Colie and panners .. ... ..20,00*) Jacksonville the dcisti-odb} the Delegates, and that there may be no'uiiucccfBary i I Yizies.
i jrovcrnmcnt and to such a republican touching at points
Fleetwood Patten Wiison L. Schuster directors iti'rcnt delay; at the diBerent points at which the :
I of Union Bank London (together)'. ...20,000 I form government as will entitle the 0:the river ; and another shall Il'a\c Fln. It'IICrl touch. Tho IMesates will be conveyed f t Boofs,& Shoes .
W. S. LIndsey. ....... ... ... ...20,000 i State to the guarantee of .the United States andina; on Friday, the 20th, and StI ust hlle on return trip, and laldl'l at the points from I ,
Sir Couits Lindaey. Baronet..,. ...... ... .. ..20uou I therefor and its to the protection of tine, on Saturday, the 21st bound to. Jack I \Iirl they took i l'I S.lgC, charge as sbow.13y Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. ,! !
people ,
John .. ,. cider f ,
Laird M. P. Bi.kenhead.. ., .. .20,\XIV < :IJ. (Jtn. J. G. FOSTKBE. I I Hats cfc Caps
M. B. Sampaou city editor Tina ... ..,. ,... .. .15VOI.J : !he United States against invasion, 5n!urrec- sonville. These steamers wi convey the WOODKUFF. I j
Thaddeoa Delane ed-tor. Tina,... ... ....lO.Osu I I lion and domestic violence.. i|;i delegates elected, free of charge, (excipt, for Cart. 7th Infantry & A. .A. A. O. i I ,
Lady Geor&i&na Time (sisier.(Lord Westmore i I their and meals.EIGHTH. I Wooden
: ,
Now therefore I William Marvin Pro- lodging -- ,
-- -----
land) ... ... .. .. ...... ...15.000J. .' Ils .J S1 HE'FI\J1 : \rars
8. OOIiat. Director of Bank of EugUnd. lO.OGv. 'isioual Governor of the State of Florida, as :'I A Constitution, republican inform r
D. Forbes Campuell 4) Dover ttreet Picadilly iforesaid, do, by virtue of the power in me: I having been made\ altered or amended) ( ( JOHN JONES YANKEE NOTIONS

London.. .. .. ,... ..... .......... ...80,000 ested as aforesaid, proclaim and declare : ({i and adapted to the new order of things, the ,
George Peacoi-k. M. P,. ...... .... ... ..,o.Ovx I A L.UGExn COMPLETE
Lord Warnc1J1fe .. ..... .. ... .....S.OOf FIRST. That an election for delegates to a :I:i W. IL Gregory M. P..... ... ... .... ..4,00 Jonvention: will be held on Tuesday, the 10th :! 'the election of a Governor and General _\0II'mbly I CHEESE,
W. J. Kldont proprietor London Morning i'oft...',000EdwardAckero.d. l lay of October,A. D. 18(55( : at the different, ;' and for the re-organuation of a permanent : .LARD.
... .... ... ... ... l.SOo) ions directed State I
Lord Ctnpbeil. .. .. .. ........ ........ ..1,000 precincts at which elect arc find( 1 I Gonrmelt I DRV COOD CLOTHING, i .J PRK,
Lord Donoughmore... ... ... .... ..,... .,.... 1,00--, luthorized by law to be held for members of I NINTH. By operations and results of Bay Street Jacksonville.Would I i
Lord Richard .....,.. .. the t has ceased i FJ.OUr
Grokvenor ... ... .l:00u .ihe 1 Legislature. i war, slavery to exist in .
lion. Ereylyn Ashley, ion of Lord Siiaftcsbury SECOND. That the thirty-nine counties of t this State. It cannot be revived. Every voter call the attention of dealers and i

: Right and prirate Hon William secretary Emi to Lord Great Palmerbton..500% i his h State shall be authorized and entitled to for delegates to the convention, in takingthe to his large anl select ItKurnl'nt of Drugs commmcr, Patent II\TS, CAPS, BOOTS, SUGAR 1
VesLern..4,000 COFFEE.
Medicines, } ,Paints. :
) Window Glass,
elect delegates to the said Convention takes solemn oath to Arttet t
-- severally an11stoath .
n ,
Total.. .0... ... ... ... .1. .... ....898,000 as follows, to wit : Escambia two, San. support the freedom of the former slave. The Stationary .c., &c amoujf which may lx found : I CORNER OF BAY and OCEAN STS. 1
I Sulphate Quinine. &
. t The attitude ofthc United States governLa Rosa two, Walton two, Holmes one, f freedom intended is the full, ample and complete Castor Oil, SIOE WHICH r

: ment on the subject is plainly set forth in the |. Washington one, Jackson three, Calhounone freedom of a citizen of the Lni.t States. Cream Tartar Jacksonville, Fla. !

following ofllcialletter- Franklin Gadsdeu This does not necessarily Calomel, I ,
one, Liberty one, I privilege Sept. 1C. 180.7-tf
MR.''SEWARD TO MB. ADAMS. three, Wakulla one, Leon four, Jefferson I l of voting ; but it does include the idea llue! Mass Sulphur, I I HE PROPOSES TO SELL OX AS REASOXABLE !

DEPARTMENT OF STATE, ? t ihrec, Madison two, Taylor one, Lafayette o full constitutional guarantees offutuepossession Magupsisi, kc i II "

WASHINGTON, March 13, 1865. ) me, Hamilton two, Suwannee one, Colum- and quiet enjomlnt 'I 1 he questionof Patent JTowiisend's 1cdIcitacs. 'I TERMS AS WERE COME AND SEE 1

CnA.8. FRANCIS ADAMS, Esq., &c.:- Jill two, Baker one, Bradford one, Nassau:I of voting is an open question-a proper I I ,

Sir-An impression is understood to prevail one, St. Johns one, Duval one, Clay one, subject for discussion-and i h to be decided 1 A'cr'l Sarsa arilla, I TiE NEW STORE OF C. .\. ('.\HEd CO. :

hi Europe, especially among the holuerb Putnam one, Alachua two,Marion two. Levy as : question of sound policy by the convention ,\ 'barlaIJrila.Chelrlectorat, JEWELERS DAY AND ,
of the insurgent loi$, for which cotton was one, Hcrnando one, Hill-'borough one, Manaec to be called. I )' All .I EVER OFFERED IX THIS MARKET] COt E OCEAN-STS. !

pledged as security, that in the event of the one, Polk one, Orange one, Volusia one TENTH. Upon the establishment of a republican 'Indian CIllaIojIC I :l.drmug Case, Watchmaker the for George A !
restoration of : Brevard one, Sumter one, Monroe one I i 1 form of State under Da\il' h P"ck pt lUt ten mout. j
peace in this country this government arniI government a. Hudv\a}'s Kemedies, i JJo.d a shop the -
will Dade one. I Constitution which guarantees and tinned piace, te .
assume the public debts of tin secures Fahnestock'sVerinifugp, j ant wi pleased to sew
insurgents or certainly the particular THIRD. Everfree whit? male person of l liberty to all the inhabitants alike, without Candy, I I At '.ja friends ant .to gi'e the same -
I South Wholesale 4. Retail. & c '.u .a his work .is
American Fever 1.
debt referred to. It is believed, however, t the age of twenty-one yea.s and upwards,, distinction of color, there will no longer exit Drown'l Ess. Oi ger, Augur Remedy,'I J j receive hw ppi sonal \ :bcrCt.fore, l.e; everything hOj-es will

that no impression could be more erroneous. tnd who shall be, at the time of offering to any impediment, in the war restoring Winslow's Soothinij Syiup j exx-rienceotnft >.ear wi Iutil.him to lht conduce a-
There is no likelihood that part of thai vote, a citizen of the United States! and who State to its proper constitutional relations to Hyatt's Life Balamlp"au's ,, '. ot be the lullc. A fhe t.'ck all goodsin our

debt will be assumed or recognizad any by tlu shall have resided and had its home in this (the government of the United States, whereby \'( Mustang Liniment, j': hut- wi. always.! >l :ml otTered C. A.at CASE reasonable

United: States government. It is proper am* State for one year next preceding the election its people will be entitled to protection by Koger's Syrup, Liverwort and Tar, PRIXTS. J. J. HOLLAND. I,

advisable, therefore, that by any propel md for six months in ths) county !h\ which the United States against invasion, insurrection :IcluDI'1 Elixer, Sember-tf._, I
means at your command should author I ic may offer to vote, and who shall have taken and domestic ,:iolrnc('. lintiah Oil, !I' -

itively undecieve the public you in England on and subscribed the oath of amnesty, as Given at Tallahassee. Florida,this 23rd day Photograph Albums, Uatcman'H Irop!, kc., ic j t "WiitchnmlicT GEORGE' .\. PECK,

this) point. I am your obedient sevant, et forth in the President's Proclamation: ofVmnesty of A\uruct lR(: llackgamnion Boar -. t I J Lawns, latest stylo, nutl .J c"'tJcr,

WILLIAM U. SEW ABD. of the 29th day of May, 1865, and WILLIAM. MARVIN, Bank Books, ,' HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND

fhe comes within the exceptions contained Provisional Governor. Wallets, sate Gold and r-ilvtr Wa-cl.es all Jewelry.
MR. SEWARD TO MR. ADAMS. I said I I SAMUEL DOUGLAS Mirrors I Aino a got assortment ot' bpt-cucles,
have Stationery
.n proclamation taken said' : l Combs ,
Hair, Tooth. Ch-th, Shaving t erfumerjr.TiMlet
DEPARTMENT OF STATE, : oath, and have been specially pardoned by) i I Private Srcetary. and Whisk 1n1.1e1. *c., k. Orzantlics, es Cuter inchidia some of th !Sap.vrlebntfd Brush
I I1frrn.nt.I'
WASHINGTON, August 10,1865. f : he President, shall be entitled to vote in the .i August 2Clh 1865. & : Rr", Ku/or Strain, !!: Br Wad ad
CHARLES FRANCIS _. Etc.. I ('Up.4, Looking CwUne P
ADAMS,Esq., &c:- I Bounty where he resides, and shall be eligible i --- Poket Boots and
,: Sir-I have the honor to tin- member of said Lnbin's Extracts, 1'hotcfifrapt. AlL.nm.-i. holoihy from
-,' acknowledge 1 is a Convention and Cthe1.A. I-RO'I.\\TIOX BY WJI. MARVI.V.Prov. Night Blooming twelve to ono huuilred pictur H, \ n>hu. lanjo; anJ
receipt of your dispatch, No 1,022, togethei ) Where the person offering to vote Governor of the Stnte of rioriiJa. Fancy Extracts.Cereus i i; Organdie Robes, Guitar Strinjr*;, Tape Measures, from three to one hundred -
with papers which contain an interlocutor comes within the exceptions contained in the Colognes, {1 .eel, Meerschaum Pipes ald >zar Holders, Knb-
that the
Considering Amnesty oath, 1 Ler Stems, Crochet Needle! ,
degree which has been made pre Hair Oils 1 a.Ohi Mh er ThiiDt>ltr. &c.. kc-
by the Vice mmcsty proclamation, and shall have taken.he ,Saps. | We have .
by of I j tat recei-elt.Hue a..sOrt&neuL of Gold
Plesidcnts Procamation Soz<* Chancellor in the suit of the United Statesagainst oath and shall have made Silver Cane Heads, and lot
amnesty application May 2)!), 18f:, subscribed Sterling's AKibrosia, Kendall's Ambolino, kc.,&c. I a of ihoe fine Howard
S ::
Prioleau and others, which suit wa to the President for a special pa r- till taken before a Couiinisiime'OfficerCivil f li ms.Jaconets. Watches, wliiifh give such -plen (
instituted for the recovery of one thousand Jon, through the Provisional Governor, and l or Naval-in the service I Caustics. I i lice and -ati, Clock and Jen thy npalr\on shor conn-ne

three hundred and fifty-six bales of cotton. shall have recommended uy him for such of the llI3f'( : : or before) a Civil I Gum Droj, Sugar and Burnt Almonds, Peppermint; I t I try "ilf'eivCIromptlnd'arctnlmendnD t'lart'ork frIn Remem
A of the Vice Chancellor's I Drops Lozenges, A.C., 4.c.Htntloiiory. her place, at the SUnd D. .
copy reasons foi pardon, the Inspectors or Judges of the elec- or Military Officer of:a loyal State or Territory I 01 ) Oak en Ocean

the interlocutory is found among the saint ion may, in most instances properly! presume in order to quality a person to become a street. Julyl ',

papers. The Vice Chancellor is understoodto that such pardon has been granted, though; I voter for delegates to the State Convention Loiter, Note ali Foolscap Paper, I I TO Sl'TI.EUSn ( TKAOERS.THE .
have affirmed the title of the United Statlto .i. wing to the want of mail facilities, it maynot I although it must be subscribed and taken beforesuch bite and Yellow En\'Eole.! I 'OIS'lItY

the property in" uestion. It is with tli(- have been received by the party nt: the: officer in order to obtain the benefits) 1'cns, Ink and lnkstan 1'layiug Cards, .\. I Mezambiques, ,SUBSCKIUERS, withia 1.t, ni DESIKING xi Hixty tuyn TO,CLOSE offer THE

judgement of the \ ice Chancellor. and no. Jme ofthc, election. I of amnesty and pardon ; and considering, that I C''utlfry.IJa7 I their entire>to..k at et Low, "r {',\I fr PKICES.
with the reason he assigns for such judgement j Free white soldiers, seamen and marines TLia stock embraces the 1I.i a"l'.' c't ol' Slercnan-
the President
has invested with
that the me authIHy r'i (>rs, Hazer Straps, Poke Knivp', aul Sd.oT. due 1..the Market, of-
States arc concerned. lu in the or of the United States .
army navy to such rules and Ladies .
prescribe .
Regulations, a> I! Burcgr-s. all kind- andf"'II' Shoell:x> s Shirts, Stationery
this view of the subject, it might seem proper who were qualified, by their residence, I to may be necessary and proper; lor convening Tobacco. t 1 Playing Carc.s. Clot", TaiorTrimnuug., ahonlder

for this government to leave the subject I vote in said State, at the time of their respective a Convention composed[) of delegates to be-: | Navy, Anderson's! Solace allmulft., I IKilluLinick j tr.psiortter"aulXlar'i"i; Tinware I!
unnoticed. The frankness, however, which '' enlistments, and who shall: have taken j I halighaiand) Anderson' Sm'-kinR TnI|I! I'llrlkery. r. Chls. Stove
chosen by that portion of t the people of thi" bacco. i --- -, -. _?_- ,_.-- Canned Gond.-; ,Soies, IaLeeNoons.
ought to be practised in the proceedings 01 and subscribed the amnesty oath rhall I be State as ale loyal to the United States, Cigars of the bf-st brand-*. j!, II i j Wartr Aj{>artr.s for bttllf'q.s., Bo>S.
States requires an explanation of the views p entitled to vote in the (county where they I no others; and has declared that no IKIMJHshall ; I A Stock of j I I Wagonnew jind ernd h.nlt, Puo&ipraphic Stock, :
which this government has taken of the respectively rer-ide- But soldier I I'lpcs. i Complete Mourning Goods, .Androtype t-es. F"t l"o:: Liht3.c. !
question no seaman I be qualified as elector, or shall I beel-!I ii We dfirc call u. /
which the Vice Chancellor has discus- I or marine not a resident in the State at the i
j as a member of such Conn'ltiol unless J'J'I .&t ': 1 '__"_ in;dftcrmii-fd tovietire from biiinesin the
e toed in Imitation Mc-r,chaum, i Sot
his I
reasons before mentioned. The time of hi* enlistment shall: lie allowed 1 to he have picvioiisly taken and Uh are f're.I.11.-acrfii-e ion car stork, '
p United j hal : Iri.rwld. 1e"eI.I., Applt wood. Clay, .tc. i confident tint the btIu ', .
not admit that the combination vote. I Il'll oath of without lib-1 and Safetj ( I : annuity Jiumol.l :Ilthcs. sr.i.faction
: iitletdaiv
of disloyal citizens, who have raised ]FOURTH. The nmnoty! oath may be taken I the oat for[ this I| luilit' our l..iuIarI1 iU"et t
IIcbre111 ( stock
the standard of insurrection is and subscribed before conimisMoncdofficer hal S.vrnpH. '. I
now or has at any : I : I.llno. (1( GLOVES. X. B.-\J persons iaJ ;bciI to a.-i are respectfully in
: any previous time been a government de f.
to, or in any sense a political power, capable of the United States, or civil or military :1 re:11'I'\-ry Wiuo, (Gout-: '. and 1 C.. V.'. i CSXI>, t CO.
any to i.icv; :i-di! :po:Ml peiM.ii>-_ ot I ihKStyle I'()!t Wine, I Misses best' silk and Lis lc. X.-. 4. Hcrchjiiu Rosy
. ct' of taking,bolding,giving,as resenting or tnaintaing : officer pi t a ]loyal State or 'Trnitory, who t .who are loyal to the- Clit<(tl States to Holland Hill, t. Hihon head S. C.

corporate rights in any form, whether by the laws thereof, i is qual.nc-d to nJminUter qualify themselves to be voter.- for dcle.rtttI :; : Whiskey, HANDKERCHIEFS. .and X n. 4. : ." J.lTidt Fl.,.
muncipal or international. .Jt is true that ; oaths. The officer, administering the t tin- (.Convention Blackberry Br I.ly.LIII An- P.-It 1
( -- .
t different view of the charecter of the oath i is authorized and Syrup j ------- --- -- -- ----- -
insurgents ( required, on requestto I. : I --- -
WU.LJ\I Pro\biona1 Vanilla j w1rr1 -
\\HYJX. GOH'T- ) : M
has seemed to find favors with some give to the person taking it, certified or, do issue this proclamation, ) Ha"I.I'rry !)-ruJ Strawbt-rry: Syrup, Pinf-appl' 'rl. RIXGS HOTEL.
; Ih'uL10S ,
portions of the British ulllenl'ntar. CorsTv. FtTIE \.
nation and thereof. It is administered all
with cepies
: the British even persons 10 my procamatIn. dated the : Paint. Oll i. etc.White An :>-ort! Iwnt of Tidies, Glnb.. and 3Ii?:csHOSIERY. takes pleasure in
It at the different annouucin-
government. must be rem em-: applying military posts ust, j : : ( and proclaim that uao.r\iget
, ; ordall I he i
: *
bered, however, that as often that in this State without fee. The of the Lead, : preJart\ actonod.te
as antagonist taking the Inspeclois or Judges of election lor the I'hrouip Green, tbos4' set king a 111:1r.1 aa; ,pleasant -
ical opinion has been advanced by her oath docs not, of itself, operate as a pardonin ) different precinct. in this State, shall have Chronie Yt.l.w. I I O'J tables *n frlshett wit the be.t the market of
Britanic Majesty's government in its intercourse cases where the party is excepted from Hud authorized Prue Hllf I the conhtr} v.'ill. .
they are hoieby ,
' with the United Slates, it has been aslirmly the general amnesty and needs a special ned: Black Paints, |j White, Black, and colored Straw He has 'n.4oztabIu. hicks running in connection
lari i Hnt required to administer the said oath to IJusord Od j with e\rtru., thTet1 this place and the Railroad
though as we trust, as courteously: don. I persons who may oiler to take the same.And I'lastor Paris Bclzlul., Whitinp, fee., I depot, at Welliorn
denied. The United States controvert and FIFTH. That the .Judges of Probate, in I do order direct, that they shall Window. Sha.lo \ HATS AND BONNETS w- .ATlKXFir.. Proprietor.

j deny the decaration ofthe Vice Chancelloi the several counties, prori ided they shall have not allow, under ant any pretence Liquid Blue, I Jniy22.tf'JUST" ."
\\h1tc\'el any
that are "successors" of the rebellion ; and,, respecfully taken the amnesty oath, or incase person to vote afid election lor delegates-, Petrolouni CongresH,Water, !i A complete variety of MNes and Boys lints cEi5- ; -

on the contrary, they maintain that they arcnow of the inability or absence of the .Jud1 le unless he shall have first taken and subscribed Seidhtz Powders, "

and during all the time of the rebellion in any county, or his neglect or refusal to act:: the said: oath before them ; or shall, at the Citrate of Magnc-sia. A Full Cargo of Goods, Consisting

have been just what they were before the then the Clerk of the Circuit Court, provided l time of offering to vote, exhibit to them a June 10-tf Extract for making Itoot Boor Xc., &(. BONNET AND! BELT RIBBONS OF Dry ({oo
rebellion began-a sovereign State absolute, he shall have taken the amnesty oath, shall certified copy of the oath taken before I I ;roetrio.Hoots .

l ly entitled to the regulations and control of distribute the poll-books and appoint, for the a Commissioned 1him or .Milita .\11 KINDS. tin rilware.

nil property and persons within the United different election precincts in their respective ry, in the service of ofkel Stales, or before :, .Stationery.

States, subject only to the limitations of their counties, three Inspectors or Judges of the a Civil or Military officer of a loyal State R. T. HAZZARD & CO. Umbrellas and Parasols.A and:Shoes,

own constitution. It need hardly be said election, who shall have taken the amnesty or I do t further order, that ". &(t.. &e.. ate.

that the United States will hold themseln"'Snnder oath, to hold said election, who shall conduct the Terriory.11 administcf'l by them, with the large and. wl selected stock of .* \VliolosjiIe ami Retail.

no obligations whatever to accept of the same, as near as may be,in conformity original signatures of the subscribers thereunto WHOLESALE JOHX S. S.f& CO.. '.

or to so conform their proceedings to the with the laws of this State, as they existed t- shall be returned by them with the certificate DEALERSIN Forr1 :and Commission )1erchaf.

t conditions which the court of Chancery, or prior to January 10th, 1861. The Inspectors (election and poll-books, and for- : Jacksonville. Fla.,

any other muncipal court of Great Britain, of the different precincts shall, as soon warded by the Judge of Probate or Clerk to Boots and Shoes 4.: :_ Exte'te&t: 8\07 tr:uri\'f frcra New York,a fut '

may have the presumption to dictate or prescribe as possible after the election, count the votes the Provisional Governor, at Tallahassee, in STAPLE DRY GOODS, car.oofOood?. J. S. S CO.

Li in the present or any other litigation.They and make and sign a certificate of the result the manner pointed out in my proclamation For July 22.-tf.

claim and insist upon the restoration !. of the election at said precinct, and one of dated the 23d day August, 1SU5. Ladies and Gent:., Misses, Boys andChildren's -- ----- ---- -- -_ _

: of the cotton now in question, and while them, to be determined by lot, if not otherwise This proclamation and the oath to be administered REID'S BLOCK, BAY STREET, WAXTED.A .

they arc content to receive it through the agreed upon, shall convey and deliver, will be forwarded to the Judges Wear. PERSON' WTTII XECESSARV MEANS TO JOIX

decree of the muncipal tribunals of GreatBritain without unnecessary delay] the said certificate of Pr. batc or the Clerks of the Circuit Court, dant\pine iththe&wuero timber oh the% 1 lar>,:e tr t ot fine and abun
they insist upon their absolute rightto the poll-book and ballots, to the Judge who deliver JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ,SatilU Kner. Georgia, in erecting -
I are hereby directed to the same Ready-made Clothing, a Steam Saw Mill n-t! curlug on tl.e Milling and
the same through the action of her Britannic of Probate of the county, or to the Clerk of to the Judges or Inspectors ot the election. Lumber Iu3n.es Tl.e poiut proposed i*ia the midst

3Iajesty's government. You may instructthe the Circuit Court, which ever ot them may Given at Tallahassee, the llth day of September Of great variety and of fine quality, of of:(rood tannin 'ouutr.-an the Iiiver and liir are

counsel who are acting in behalf of the have appointed said III p'ctorg. The Judgeor 1K65. w,31. MAUVIN.Provisional feet sufdtutl'th water. .tUit -drawing; fuurtcta

United States the views herein expressed.Her Clerk receiving said certificate, pollbooksand Governor. All of which \js offered at the lowest pricesfor For patticnlirsipily to

Majesty's government have not in any ballots shall, thereupon, without unnecessary SAM'L. J. DOUGLAS, GRocER: .-, i. F. FLOYD. Jad.sonvU'el.
way made themselves responsible for the delay, pill to his assistance two respectable Private Secrelary. CVIi. Sept. 2-la*

positions assumed by the Vice Chancellor, inhabitants, having the qualification .. ..
and therefore it would seem not only unnecessary of voters, and shal! publicly count the votes IIEAU-QUAUiEtt.- OF ) SHOES I O.OO'ur 4 or i vxi) ron SALE.

out even improper to bring, at and compare them with the poll-books. Tii.LAius.skK Augnct 24th FLORV.\, '. JGEM.BALOKl 5 0 0 0 0 :ACiCi lands :in> OF TiE BK-sT IMPROVED
the present time, the subjects herein discussed They haul make and sign certificates of t the : >EK.<>, I CROCKERy, WOIJEXXD WILLOW WAHK s4ie. ..ru.s within? to settle and or purchase East l'toriilifor Und will
to the attention of Earl Russel. If, however result of the election in their county, and furnish No. 21. / HATS I find it to their advuutage to addrrbs us. All communi

you should discover that her Majesty's to each person elected one of said certificates. I haing been ordered by his Excelency. WILLIAM ni I(! five cations to injure prompt attt-nticu mitit have ,enclosed
ministers are laboring under misappre- The Judge or Clerk shall MARVIN, Provisional Governor tl Sttt of 'Jorl.. j; dollars. H. P. KICHA1D { &CO.,
any al trans da,that au election b held 01 the lULu Uuy of August 19-5tp )l
hem Jon of the views of this mit by mail, pre-paying the o'to \n"noriJa.
government properly ber nextfor UeKgateo to the.State Convention, Plates,
which should seem to need correction, you enveloped, and addressed to the Provisional is to meet at TnlUliiUHef, on the 25th day ot October LAND AGENCY.A. -
Governor 18C5, it is hereby ordered, for the of .
will supply such correction a ,at Tallahassee! one of said Koverumeut this
occasion, and in a friendly upon and courteous proper cerifcte together with the ballots and command ed- and for the IUlorm"tln ot all concerned Cups and Saucers, H. McCORMICK

manner. I am, sir, your obedient servant. boks of the several precincts; or he That DiBtritt, Sub-District and Subordinate ROPE, ,
WILLIAM H. SE'V AHD. shall convey the said certificate, Commanders, afford every practicable facility iu distributing HucketH.Tubs, It GENT FOR TIlE g.\IE. PURCHASE
ballots, properly enveloped pllboksand the notices of said elcctiuu, and the proclamation .tl_ or rent of Lands f
refs. of Ooveiuor MAKMN al to aid, iIt.
; when Baskets,
IO required COTTON BAGGING Brooms, Ac Address Jacksonville
ed as aforesaid ,to the j
nearest military '
post, iu thy prc er>atiou of peace and good order ai the ri.
Joseph R Anderson, of the Tredegar Iron and deliver the same to the commander to election, and to facilitate the forwardingoi the "reI Urnl August 2q; ; mp 1
Works, at Richmond, has been pardoned by be forwarded to this office.In of election," arid subsquelt the trauxportutlon ot -
the President. He belonged to counties in which I Delegate to atid rOu Conventou. WIXEtt, I.IUUOUS, Ac. TO
three of the there is neither a 2dIu order to aid the Judgel the va- Merchants from Middle OWNERS OF COTTON.W .
'-" exempted classes, having graduated at West qualified Judge of Probate, nor a qualifedClerk riwus elel't11 precincts iu pu-horving order, tim dUflrent I
Point, having been a rebel general, and being of the Circuit or in commanding oflicers will, so lar as pracllcoblc. es
worth worth over twenty thousand dol may neglect or rcfl e act, the qualified tle tabli h u proper military guard 'star place of election *.LiCaib (Ir Good paid for "Coton" at the market and West Florida are invi- Flxn !.\ TIE LXnfil 0F
with orders to ali l iu IIII pru crvu ol peace prices. Qt'TIT' f
loter.arc hereIn authorized to assemble at and order, at the' request only ot the Judges of Election W l'OTl'X "hl.h we Own a.1 l'l u.r.l :uh

lars.A county in Dade county, at In- nUll to iiiteift-ie in no way whatever, except uIon8U ted to call and examine outitry ster, ,ill quirc fa. anthe uj to unsmi.-d condition ( tl ;
philosophical cabman in Mobile thus .lian Key, and elect the judges of the election cpeaks of the section over which bis wheels who shall have taken the a military POKHC'B,,to bo c..lt.d luto nctiou by the II. T. IIAZZAIU) &CO. lS'\LBU A UOU.SE \TAPAlACHICOLA
make their Amnesty Ju d'C( of Election, wi t ( I.id Judges 111.13 coiifcidei
tracks: "If' you run over a oath, hf1 the election, count the their .er\ices nl'CCI"ar.to the I",'.el\IIJol ot peace. stock before purchasing FLORIDA
youngster down here in this here ward, said votes, to the 3d. All Iohth'r. nl.d elvlo}tel ot the goveriuiiuut,
person certificate September)
he, "the folks don't tll''I(11 who are entitled to .te in the diitereiii 9tfFURNITURE for the purpose,of reeeiviu' and
say nothing-kase they \( couniiek of Una I forwardin- Coltou
of lib election.
have got more children than wittlcsfor'em- One of them, so be agreed Htatr'i. HO tar 1111| oM"iblc. l tC> 8110111faeiIJ'J iui elsewhere ; as they are to our hU\lc'it LvrplVt) and New Y ... It
but on or determined by lot, 8hul also eXI'rrLU of that pii\il< ge ; 1,11 i must 'Vo will be a$ tl.aL p >i.t With t;.e most ,
you jist run over a goat or pig, and blest cnd by mail, or convey: to the military I lit once be HBceridined by eucii i iuhnding ollker, oi eaiinnt bi\. nw- men I f the c-an-: \, \'!.o"III receive, ,
if a mob ain't artcr you In two minutes!" ;. nost as aforesaid a tliiwlicatu 1u'ar(t. Florida troor where the men 01 lib loinumnj u o entitled FOR SALE. assured that great advan More, coiai res* and forward all von.gnn.nts. I'ay to-x- :
ccrlfcntp to vote, and lie will MJ arrange that they scut Cs. charges \\S*** ally&'', upon ah.pmonts to i
General Bwaync, of the Alabama Freed- of the election and pOllioks I to the plui-es of votlug at the prop r tiii.e. '1 he t. u o A LARGE AND WATTS, Clt.CO.; .. New York. W. C. WATTS *
man's Bureau, has published a circular to the to be forwarded to ofce, as aforesaid. eachcounty* will be formed into a t-quad aud bo Bint, EXTENSIVE STOCKoil' tage will be offered to buy or CO.will.Liver ft''war-t!'ool.or GIV11X.WATTs i i'O.,Ness t'reas.:

negroes in his Department, who have it Xo person shall act n' an Inspector or under ,t.e charge othcrwUe of a, under cOiiiiiiit&iimed chnrgc 01cor.a nou-coiunii when practicable J 'UIlNITUnE, Cottou on tho .1"-
seems, been laboring under the impressionthet .Tudg of the election who shall not have pre sioncd officer, or reliable priva-c ; Inch olliccn and JUST RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENTAT ers the -MOST KL'ASOXABLE! TfDI:
the plantations of their late masters were taken the amnesty oath, and no oiher men, in charge of squads will be held rtslo"U! io tor over Savannah or where owr.er* Ii
prefer to .
oath shall be exacted of s.id the proper conduct ot ca h mji.nd t <1lat. WELLS' A'CTOX AND COMMISSION coz.sgt to ot.er! tou.e.i3agging :
to be parcelled up among them, in which he Judges or STOlE, "
of tot the of itt the )1
that need Inspectors, but their personal honor wii: be ng pood tollu.t tl men 6ClU''I, CO.VI.-'TINa OF other Southern and Furnished J
assures them they hope for nothing and for tint prompt return of men to their wjiumaiib. A KCLL VARIETY OF Markets. Rope ,
of the kind,out"must go to work and) behave considered as pledged for the faithful and without lobs b>' desertion or Birangling.4th. Tablet and Chairs, double and single Cottage Bed Shippersamriy I Bltu lttnt ate.-tn. er.i-riil I
themselves." honest performance of their duties. At 1 convenient time after the drctul ii ovir, ., of every 11,1 Ic, Enameled Chamber Furni patronage soil ud.Addrva S
SIXTH. The commander of the militarydepaxtinent the commanding ofijcers of e\r J.obt.\'JI requested tore Looking GliSHe., out hundr.double and single C. SLAGER/ K.: 3T. CULCE: ilOEtUX i.(0.

The orphan children Charleston arc to of the Stale has, in the absenceof : retur.by the Judges cf Ej'j'UolfaltLE! fOrwuJJ Judges.IS oll'ro of the Mattrerses My orders LotiiiKebeds art to clo**.the wu I l\nd.(siguuient, Ac., &c Ac.immcil bept. IC-lm., .\.. aljaico. IT'ru.i: ;I

be returned to their old home-the Orphan mal facilities, genero-isly ordered the officer bate nt t.e tmmty diJerl tout, a' d will also: aid iu forwar' lately. either At Private or Public ale. Th public Bay St. ---- -- -- -

Asylum: In that'city, from Oran eburg whilhrr 8111 soldiers undei his command 10 aid lug tho returns from ea)f county, to T U In,B.re ro itre rt8pel tfiilly invited to call and examine the stock, JueksoI"ille.An T 13IE. I; LIME, LIME, LIMKJ :

they were temporarily transferred during and awsistin the distribution of tin. poll-Looks r thl'). :tail 1url''{u''r'l'I'coa !if H'1..w H mil t. .f.i.ju-.t-'t p'o"l Hit whe 8 neceuai i-1 titi-r old secure WELLS'1 great Auction b.trR*in aud at Commission Store, -*- I'or Saf,In iitiAutitics to sr.it puretase by

flip< helllnjjr of the city. i and thi prorlnmntion. nnd in rccnving the Ihl1 l'i'h), -omsni< nt jinl>,i>Jt til I lull(VHnt. and 8"IICIItII-lf Bay-street. .,,.. 13, t8H! :I rnaudlr.aFl:]... At'ril 29 1565. "; TO' 1IOT.