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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 14, 1865
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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the n-me pn\A for frtl ittsiTtion : OneJothtrP3b I ) 'r ; fact that the Union'Conventions In 'aU' the
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every st>le,neatly and promptly executed.JNO. I :VOL.2. JACKSONVILLEPLOBID8ATUBDAY,0CTOBER.14,) 5. .0.; ,9 approaching State elections must be :'decided -,. "'

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S. SAMMIS & CO., ,
r- --- on the right side of it- The pretence is ri .
Before
and
After
the : :
mirtdio :Mere ; I Bnttlc. they foundf; still we" orthles.'i c THE CHOIXBA.JLVVAOES .
thus
Co in n han I t arc progressing onward; J1'and' have been res- diculous; and but for their hard straits,- we: ,:

VAT Sr., JACKSONVILLE, Fuu 'come at last to the most elevated diversifiedand 'cn?<, and the cause of the destruction con- OF THE DISEASE 'IN. ITALY., .
BY TE "... would say contemptible. T .
"" WiLLIAM 0., JEFFREYS f valuable regions of the State, known as fertttl? into a blessing. The indirect but sore From the Naples Correspondent of the London Time .. '
In the of the <
nature case as practical
limits very
CoJt11niHHiol1. iXerCI1ZLflt.3csoTxLtr Is it the frost that glitters so white? I Middle Florida. We have thus taken a agency disease ia thus checked and annihilated l- The within which this year's visItation "Jt
issue and simple; cannot possibly:. be JI
pore "
; FLXFllANKLIN Is it the wind to yonder glen t 'rapid'and cursory view or the country, but ; the element which in former years has been confined are narrow, and just .:
-' No I no f there are tents on the those places have been attacked which might made on this subject Therecanbe'iw uch a : .
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mountain-height.
ins necessary select the characteristics brought blight to t11e.1 nd, icknessJdeath and1stCSs .'
DIBBLE, And that naked Shall shall not the J
is the marshalling sound of men. be to suffer other question as, or
common to all 'and! of its t is expected fromtyphus or any
peculiar to some to its tillers this
by simple means '
C'onimi.sUom MercIiAnt, Bright ocr an anny'tho moni'ng shInes, Cholera has taken it real colored people of the South vote? no'< more, .
Jick.-oxvit.LE, FLA. Gleaming as o'er a ruffled luko ; regions that by' description and review we boaklc, to accomplish the beneficent :object fits epidemic. up t' there could be the naked '
.an
Proi'nec purchased or wd>Tiiiew in Cash or supplies, Dark lie the cannon along the lines, may better be enabled, to, discover and appreciate mission; naked hillsides es. and pestiferous dencc in filthy and confined localities, ant* formally pracJical "> !.
ae oa conslgiiiucutb to a 13.,Nibble 2\ew York.IIILION ,, Like hurricane converted them into slaughterhousesSan i .question, Shall or shall not the .colored :t
w clouds befere they break. those causes'which arc of special interest valleys now refresh and gladden the ,
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Over the wild hill and eye people of the South ,.be. free! Many oth'I; :! '
iWHOLESALE- flANDtLL. over the valley, and importance in the medical history clothed in the beauty of verdure wealth Severo, according to the .representations I of .
Wildly the clarions call to the rally questions are necessarily involved with 'it tt '
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OROCEIIS Three ,
of the State smileswhere desolated Italians themselves, was a .vast, .sty;, '
abounds and want
health sm -
werect, near ISarnnrtl.SAVAXXA1I Float 1 banner, float bright as the sunset I 5 especially in connection with the paramount ; 1'1
May }
l'j.1 thousand the of
The general character'of the Florida soil I I pigs, cherished companions.
GEOKGIA.re Blow, bugles blow 1 Blow for the onset and death once destroyed., '
necessity, of preserving our constitutional -T
is light and sandy; not calculated to sustain a I Icontinued. Whilst on the. subject t' of alluvial formations inhabitants: were driven out of it, not* ;
from
etcamers Xew ,
onii-tainlv] rocdvine per Is it a ruin old and ,
gray system. The majority of the Northern -
York the largest and most complete assortment of and exhausted of cropping. omit circumstance however, until the enemy,ha"decimated the people
That system cannot
glimmers in dusky twilight so 1 : ,.we mentioning a. -
rtWries tLis city. would have been in favor ofr .free-
\. jjordcn: in I ly mail accompanied with remit. i itanl'e A ruin whose.walls and people lay Those who come with this intention,'after.a.i singularly apposite establishing the happy, or.rather unhappy, families.< Then negro .

,l'roU\'Uy t11t,nthwe6t market prirt-B.. ,Mingled together in dost below .co'\i. few years of varied success,are soon compell"ed .uJiU.qf what has been.stated, +.geiUeman the.comparative want of all decent conven- dOJX\'on the abstract! proposition; and yet: '
'lm .
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Augcstl2 O'er which a.moon_of lurid red' ;" *?', .if*r" ""*"' to take up the inarch"still"further .w'est."i of'middle-Florida"haying' purcna8eSS* r- U1e. .ie't ;t1' were.not infavo ;b.r.he.. F 6' ." ...' ,'.1i t, '

T. t. ('JLIJnrp". .J1)1I x FLA" f.BT. r. \r. &BUMMOXD YTattden In smoky vapors lost? .. : : habits of the observations- ,1 .J'.h oftheNeipolitans'and Government to' secure that end. So t' ;" ," -
._ ward, and leave in the comparatively,barren tensive tract of land 'years- since,was people- as true '
many
--- Xo 1 no 1 'tis the nhadowy field of the dead, majority of the Northern people be in .
L. .. OVII IARTIX A (0., And the wreck a discomfitted host and exuausted soil behind a melancholy testimony pleased to find thereon a very large body of Italians generally as of may \

GENERAL, CHIPPING, Over the hill and over the valley of agricultural ignorance and folly; a water without an. apparent outlet. A short the inhabitants of San Severp-greatly contributed favor of*' negro suffrage,.'considered;fi: r.tf. A, -, '
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'l1\Dll JOX ANI \VAnDIXO MEUCHAXT3Xo. Never shall clarion call to the rally 1 cause of just contumely and reproach from time after settling,he had alarge canoe made to the extension of the disease.. ,It ajuj yet, are not in raTor.or an ,attempt: .byf .

14S Itcy Street, Droop, banners droop droop like the willow revelled amid the luxiries 'for it by the Federal Government to establish it Pre ,
the the better informed who succeed' for the or' the advantages provided
(1111(1silt LLe t."ily //,.*rf, Kaeansah, Georgia. Weep, angels weep o'er the soldier'* pillow I may especial purpose enjoying the and filth of the eident Johnson himself, if what is.said of him ,'
them. The pine lands of eastern Florida are and of his fishe ignorance poor pcopleand
l'.irticular aHcntion gi ca to: procuring freights,and pleasures supposed .
is true would be pleased lithe people of the
line orders for JiarU pine tiiaVer and)lumber cotton, generally barren, unless in some rare sections, rye His servant was directed, after the in a short' 'tiine'slew'tOOO j PerSons in a small ;
\\"oi,W.CIi. Jcc. __ llUn..u5t 12 Medical Topography of Florida. Southern States woiild establish electoral ,
town. The normal
population of San Severo
.
Bd E. L. Gaittwd, If. D.,of WaukattaJt Fla. where limestone abounds; such regions are launch, to take. hook ,and line and, go.: forth. <
CHAS. S. HARDXE. .of all distinction .:
.4aS' qualifications independent
Jtt'rtT EETTIS. is of whom two-thirds fled ,
ofmedi interest, and to them wc will in in search tf the coveted luxury foMhe. forth- 17,000, nearly .
EwIN & JI.\ DEr.. We take the following article from an old time allude. coming meal, but after a laborious day spenton leaving about 10,000 of the poorest d'm08 of color; andy the vinces no purpose.;of.:-

t'oUIlSSIO11 1m C I1.\xTf, number of DeBow's Review, published in Tne pine regions are covered generally the lake, he returned .and. reported that helpless. Many died from ,want,neglect and using the federal power to compel them to do

September, 1855: absence of medical advisers of whom so. The great majority of the party which '.
BAY MTKUET, \V.GEonr.U with what is known as the "wire grass, an : the depth of water was in most places insufficient some
I: I 1 In The relation of a country's physical characteristics deserted the of and not until elected, him, whatever they may think of the ;
\\;\- unfailing indication of poverty; the dwarf I for floating his.craft. and that post duty; a cry .
apparently
to the of disease has intinsic desirableness freedmen suffrage sus- :
generation
of despair was raised did relief come to their
palmetto is also a marked and
v jS Ulfl1S. accompanying there not fish
l'\.I.DWr.L therein.
& ever impressed the mind of the most casual was a existing aid. The all tain him.in this as hi[all his other executive
characteristic of such soils. The cry was nobly responded by
peninsular -
;tCCEE-OU' TO BUCAVKR & CALDWELL: and superficial observer for though on reference Curiosity now excited, a party was made up policy. Until he changes and they ,change .
is almost entirely skirted with this pe- for this inland wonder and after Italy, and from the tune it was lifted.up, succor ? ,
exploring
rOTTOX FACTOKS AND GEXjnivr. COMinSSIONKlip to the nosological catalogue, we find of kind has been in. While with him, it will be impossible for' the cop-' '
j culiar kind of land and superincumbent close and patient examination the every flowing I
ItCIIA'1o the disturbing causes.of physiological equilibrium ,, report perheadsofthelate rebellion .to make
I I 'growth. The hummock lands arc dissemina i San Severo has been pointed out by me as a any

:, ,0111: "er 'orX,; I often universally manifested, how frequently -1 I ted indiscriminately thoughout the Stn.tcand, The water of the wus servant singularly. was verified.- fit hospice for the cholera, in consequence of i issue out of the subject,practical enough for .-,

Bf: j comes the conviction that others transparent, the;people to to::the ballot-box. :
B. C u'. 1 .C. MOE133 JR. i are universal interest, whether to the agriculturist -: beneath its filth, Ancona may be spoken of as an in- carry
andrevealed
have "a local habitation and name." an apparentlydark The dMcnltylia in that ;'i
.\UUU Gm only a viting locality, from the crowding of the great not deciding
; the botanist the lover of the population
,or
pictureftcjuc. -
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... :' brown and soil. The
i richly composed
''---- ; Marked deficiencies in tho sanitary mate- within too narrow limits and from particular) color ought not of itself to exI.
,
These lands of kinds
the
two
'. fAmcl1It. I. .1. .ROr.ISfO I arc ,
\
1\ I idea of wealth and
,: rial* .of the Switzer's soil make hiUlthe melancholy agricultural profit the habits similar to those I have already dude from the elective franchise, but how ;
Jr.1ln..n> & KOKZBJjLVLiilS 30X. grey and the clay; the former are soon exhausted in the .
victim of goitre and cretinism, wa now ascendancy ; to make such a decision practically operative }
I cofldemned. In both these places, and others "
INOEXKKALMEECHAXDISE : but:: the latter, in their character ofdurability
lake
white fraiuba'sia derives its existence front during the next season the was in the South where white in '
: which it has visited, it is to trace the ; not one man
nr.1 GOOD$,_ and strength,shnilate alluvial soils. drained easy
t.the torrid atmosphere of Africa, and pellagra -I was carefully, thoroughly, expensively connection of cause and effect as in the simplest forty would agree witlo it. Supposing that .'
fl1OCEEItuAflIWARf:. ETC., : .. Both l1 ,attracted the chief attention of the and of
a variety grain experimentally '
i is in time annihilated,uric afflicting the events of life and most satisfactory is President Johnson, inf initiating, 'reconstruc.
Kay Xltf-t, JafixOKfi If, Flu.OHDEUR t traveller, for in them is vegetal ion most rank, : sown. To the astonishment of the ;
,
i i victim in.itS: birth-place-Lciuburdy. The luxuriant, diversified and beautiful. One owner it to be able to do so, for it is obvious that tion, instead proceeding as he did :consistently .'
rnOMPTLY re.aizt's .
ATTEXDED TO
I vegetation was not as good as. that on
dogma, as old as the day* of Hippocrates the cholera may be kept at bay, or rendered upon the principle that the Southern '"
N l tl'mbl'r 9 '' .tf t : upon entering a hummock, the astuteness his poorest pine-lands, and the yield not sufficient -
U-' that, rllie soil of each country 1 furnishes, comparatively innocuous by cbserving certain States had never teen out of the Union, :'
,
of the i in such :
savage: making a locality
'U. H. AnUr.Ws.: i t through its vegetable or mineral kingdom, to compensate him for the trouble of .conditions whichcontribute, to our daily and that their old electoral laws were still
the theatre of his .covert concealed and
I'TTOIX ,
.\ AKD corxsriLon \T'L.VV.: an antidote for the diseases peculiarly incidental -. tillage. The dried soil was now examined, comfort and As the in force except as to tjnpardoned rebels, had
1 respectability. regards
J deadly: : mode of warfare. Here the bright,
to it, experience Las so far failed in and proved to be nothing more than the desiccated prescribed that the liberated slaves should
'.TACKSOXVILLE:, 1'1.flpirefoeo'81J -\ dazzling and sickening light of a summer's precautionary measures adopted, they have
f verifying, but we have ample testimony for remains of acquatic vegetation once all been based on the of the also vote delegates, to the conventions,
assumption
P/oro JraZ' ; contagious
.
rkJUr is converted into
:
midday sun picturesque, luxuriant in the waters of the lake. Nothing -
proving that though the remedy be not al- what would it have availed? The conventions .
Sl'l11. 2 --v.' ; U'I. j ; I u'lreshing undsoul breathing shade of a welcome similar to that rich and stimulating alluvium character of the diseaseand some color :

.. -. <001'f.11. n.. EIRtE. j I ways indigenous, the diseases unfortunately t twilight here, the shades of night an- characteristic of the river bottoms in has been given to this assumption by the themselves would have none the less r consisted -

i are so most frequeutlj We sec this, that11Ihyicll ; the Carolinas: It was about as rich as a collection fact that when isolated cases .have occurred ,of white. men, and would have given '. :
COOPER & :EISBEE., I i ti iJ1i'e: the clnMng hours of day, and ere of dried o.ik leaves and about as val ,
sufficient in their "
,
I constitutions the" are
) causes are abundantly elsewhere just shape they'I
have been traced visitors
ATTOUNKYS AT I,.AW:. I light imyet passed fW'I'he! earth,here is "the uable. When exposed to the fire, it burnt as they to
'.' I j many countries. for the origination: of disease, t blackness! ,$:" utter darkness" rendered readily as the ordinary dccadcntia of our from the plague cities. CordoM sanikriret have giving them, withqpi making any provision .

JACKSOXTILLT:, FLA. .. t and tsiablisling point: it m is fir more evident .1\1li1. ", '. ;, pine forests; more Mnwly, h. wcver, :and in throughout been drawn, and quarantine instituted for colored suffrage and, the elections under'these .

CJicfr-JHxmvlfjlriv, Sam**'*'Slock.Septcm'jcr : I that the .comparative prepuce, orabBeucc,.1 ,- i"" this respect resembling u<-:H. tr TCud t* b-it still the fundamental of .constitutions waoMlav&been: cond-,, A! "
; cause
I for the dcscrib-
9ATTOESEY 6:0. Tillsdgro3ff j ? parpoM of pcat'now: is done ,with lime, und a.ier a lapseof
I of thi-si'causrs'i? capable] modifying; theY ; the extension of the malady has not been ted, as they are to be how, by white ,element -. .- : '
< ;.1!.: I L P nhysx; ;ie of the country, may seem time thoroughly incorporated with the, "
... !3GG::rr. riOift forms of distr.-c( :.Vr.Vy: ( xi-1in'r. :-inii\ it ojijoci urelevant: but the con- bubjaccnt soil, by means of repeated plough- sufficiently regarded. If in every individual exclusively. Nothing ''would haver'* ; :if

.T U\. ALSO XOTAEY. I'EBLIC. C Tliiis; m l'i. '.IIY: ;!.(' C: ie v, ;l.i. '.( as :alpl')\ \ '. : ing, etc., this mass might be turned to ayal- case precautions such as decency and health been made in favor of the freedmen by any ''
aion wou.d otherwise oon come, that a
.. 1 1.in: :: ." '. aiicl artilicial- i uable account. It completely wanted the such action on the of the President. .
\. J-LA., to t.I: ; t : ; ( :< would prescribe had been attended to part .
'j" suppression of this information must render medical characteristics of ordinary alluvium, many
Will attend to all matters c-onnectcd with noting and ly introduced, or to the analogue of these a thorough appreciation of pathologic causation for the negroes, residing not more than a half I lives might probably have been saved. As I But it is said that Congress must xcludef ". .- Call
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cxtcudinrj protests ic. )
lience. Ofiice-t.empo.iy( ) at cm rest. diseases, locally developed, from causes in at least obscure find perhaps impossible. mile distant and exposed to the western, it is, cholera has run along the gutters and members from the Southern States at -

&ptnnbcr C3: essence similar to those which first originated southern and their intermediate winds, streets, claiming its victims/and having its whose elections the blocks are excluded from -
Proceeding then in the discussion, we come which, for the most time, swept this drained .
them. It is in this connexion that the voting? Congress has no constitutional ,
S ,.1EXCEnTTOn next to the alluvial regions. Though Flori' and exposed surface, have never suffered.- claims allowed, and if the' calamity which '

.\ BY AT LAW, medical topography of this State becomes da, on a glance at the map, appears section- There is another cause which prevents the has lately befallen so many human beings power to fix the qualifications of electors in .

HAIXESTILLE, FLOEIDA. interesting; not from the presentation of ized by courses and bodies of water of water, extensive accumulations of water in this does but lead to a great reform in the interior the: various States., The assumption of .

Will attend prompUy to all cues before the :Military causes, as productive endemic diseases but ,State, and indirectly alluvial deposits, with of the Italian houses and in the'habits of such a power would be the destruction of the '
and is thus subdivided
really yet consequent sickness. As if in

Court*at Jacksonville or Lake City. 1 perfect verification whole ..
AnguFt 12 Imp from such as appear to mitigate and modify in no State in its latitude would we of the coral theory, relative to the originated the people, it may be looked upon as a bles-- scheme of our Federal Government- 'I .
certain manifestations disease, wbether.of existence of this State an absolute conversion of it into a consoli-
perhaps meet with less alluvial soil. There ,?many rivers sing. have already spoken of the fumiga- .
AUCniBALDT. BANKS, foreign or indigenous origin. Such modification I and ,very large streams have subterranean exists tion to which travelers from' dated omnipotent rnlet Again, it would bea
ATTOHNEV AT LAW, are inland and river swamps, but the former water which-is' collected from the suspec.ted placesarc
; adjacent monstrous and intolerable" .
being the effect of causes peculiarlyand inconsistency <
cAI3tturZ'FLOJUDA. are few in number and small, if we except country in their channels and exposedto subjected at the railway 'stations. The '
Will.head promptly: to all business intruHted to his strictly appertaining to the physical for the present Congress ,tbr ; the great Ouaquephenogaw, (in the northern view for a time, suddenly disappear, and same precautions are taken at the barriers. : .

care. July 29-tf characteristics of the country, it is necessary part-ofthe State, and nearly three hundred of their further destiny nothing is ever known. Complaints have'been made'that' the localiieS whose members. ,wen! ;,elected under! ;laws< >,' .. ....

and The mysterious depressions of the soil,knownas which,exclude debar "theO::. ft'
care where
T. T. LOXG.ATTOIC that these be strictly analyzed those who on their arrival from negro.nlrage :
,
miles in circumference) whilst the latter seldom "lime sinks," and'scattered with a general ,
Y AT LAW fully reviewed. Ancona and San Severo shut members. from. the Southern States because -,;:;-
occur, and are always quite limited in indiscrimination, throughout: the country, are ,upinBag-
LAKE: CITY FLA. Florida (so called, not as is generally supposed size. This is due to a combination ot causes; point to the real character of its subjacent for noll, are too crowded ; and if there is any they were simflfirjy elected. But sup.: .'

2Jr 2t-Ggn._ from its being the land.-.f flowers, but the country, though generally low, little elevated malion. Some ot these "lime''sinks" are really truth hi the theory to which I have alluded posing.this bold'business done by ,Congress -, ,

OTI<" from Pasqua Florida or Palm Sunday, and in no part mountainous, is still the depths beautiful below; tops, are oflarge often trees seen; growing on a level in above, such crowding might lead-to the development and the.Southern. :,membcra. excluded until. :.

H. C. VATTGHAN, the day on which it was in 1512discovered, by broken by a multiplicity of small liills"and with.the ,sourrounding;. country., Water of the'disease.' Other places have their States had framed constitutions;; and .

Physician and Surgeon, Ponce de Leon) is a peninsula, forming the valleys, and as the streams naturally select most commonly found in these' terrestrialconcaves'and nowbeen: opened In Nisida for the'receptionof laws which:gay ,the fcreedmen the: ,suffrage,.':

of the United ; where'existing seldom1 varies 's ns'des it would avail nothing Constitutions and... -
extreme southeast boundary the class bf'> ; ; ,
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Office in Bsmmis'Block; with Dr. t'ar on. these last-following them continuously'andtortuously in extent of surface and .depth., Many have J
States its boundaries by latitude being 25 IN THE laws.are alterable ; and even ,though .they' 'j
EAST. i |
Oct. 1ttPrae1tfc ; to the seaboard-they are ncc'es- been explored, in a few. the depth of water

deg to 31 deg. north, and by longitude 80 sarily pent and, rarely overflowing their 'has been ascertained but the majority.are The following, with reference to the chol- might be so,shaped.as.to. .meet the .require-,

JHedleinc. and Sar ery.nn. deg. 25 min. to 87 deg. 20 min. west.* This boundaries,up present practicability of de fathomless. 'The lakes of Florida differ very ,era, in.the'East. ; is. taken'from. thei Levant Herd meats.of Congress.and ,Becure the .readmisr ,
.E1IILE T. BABAL RESPECTFULLY TENDERs I it little from these"lime sinkstheir; banks,' sion of Southern representatives when the .
in former ,
is its present extent, but years rule ? of September:6th: Though the hope' of :
U Ai 'un\tile and"ictnt. included much of all that territory north of sandy soil are generally clear, and when! in ally to the water's .mar n,) and. their 'size the total disappearance this epidemic 'hasnot object-wa: ?.once gamed,, the. whites of-.the ,.:;,.

residence Office and corner roojm bar(for*th nd*preaerit W l.ington) at *A.treel A Canova's., where it on the Atlantic coast, The Carolina,deriving time of heavy rains; the streams becoming not so'Ul ited. Tl c' in"the.main consti- been'literally realized, the return of' the Southern_ ;States ,no..longer under :duress : ,;r

ally he may engaged.be fouuJ' at MU.tunes, .' except vlien ,proleseion. .their name from the French,(attemptIng -. swollen overleap their banks, (though the ,tute sinks"the'and points lakes are of difference.:characterized. The '"lime that, !I capital l.to'conyalescence is perhaps as rapid might and_ ,would change their ,cons ituUons : _lL r

lSe t. 2-3m. GPROFEsSIOSA colonization during the reign of CharlesIXy temporary overflow.may in very scattered partly incompreh J1sj.blo ,.extremity,of by depth; as can be reasonably'eip te :The decrease and laws- ,to. "suit themeIves.. '. ,' Freedmen. -- ; t I

were once included in the limits of localities injure vegetation,) and thus'* give this 1-very generally the,case, yet not over !i i inthemortalityduringttyi; week has. been frage could not prevent this because in nearly;L.

.-DR. M. AIURPIIY Florida. Its western: boundary reached once rise to organic decomposition after "th( 'sub- the entire' extent surface. Where the bottoms -' .relatively much:greater than that,of the previous evefYSouthem'Stateth .majority ,of,male; f'.s ,

'as 11)j-i.icin and Surfroon to as far as the 3Iississippi, and the St. Mary's have been explored,1 they1' are" usually seven days l and, "whir continued Improvement adults are white ment nd in all the, Igislauresare.suretoconsIatfwhite'men. -<.,
the people Jaduotirille and unrounding conutry. sidence of the waters, yet, as is evident from sandy: little acquatic vegetation is manifested ; -
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1'anicular attention trill t to dis, of river marked northern terminus but "old : -The ,. .
: riven ass women ; In'the temperature the ; I )*
absoluteexhaustion
their beautiful and characteristic and less alluvium..Their ,,
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and chiMrcn. Ofllce at his residence, comer"'of For. transparency localities ,are ., .t. .
.vUi and Jot.treet5.: 3m, July 8 things have passed away, and this State re- there can'rarely be 'possibility of' alhit-' scldomsickly..and,the inhabitants select frequently of the malady'may" how,, if no white Legislatures'would have, no: difScultyfjuyi .

I.. ,> '. .duced to itTpresent modest ,limits, came into vial fonna ion. This overflow occurs but1 : as sites 'for ;their:'dwellings, s otsimmediately' unforeseen cause'of the'revival 'tnt iv ne;'be Many time,in altering.the election- laws ':so T0Ji

iMcdlcal Notice.flfl.LA.4 the hands of our,Government in 1821. Geologists adjacent.' This is 'quite a'feature regarded as certain within -the i be-' as.to disfranchishejr. ;' or ,in convoking :-;- : ,. '
in few localities, and in these but rarely'thc; in the settling-of the country, -. ',. interval .. '"
E. B&LDWTN will resume the practice orbit have ascribed'to Florida a 'compara- appr tween'this new constitutional ,conventions ifr. :,,' .
and bur
LI profesKioulo all iu d'1'.rtlNII8.) His Thee and waters soon return into their natural channels priate and agreeablethere, seems" so far, to next'pubUcaUbn. A statementofthedeath

iddence Jk'ardfJJg1I in tho. 'first honee" wtt of Jr S.: _. llndnatl'c tiyely recent terrestrial existence; : and 'this and the adjacent country 'to n 'state'of be no attendant' 'danger, "and the-effect is : -returns'ofthe; week wiH : their .help: wereneedfei, Even...then were :. :

Jacko'vjfle( QM',Ju1ytt'! ,State, long: held' under the enfeebled yet !highland: growth. Same of these rivers are striking and picturesque. "The most expen- i beat show how great Has been,the' fallingoff it admitted that in view,of' the :presentpc-:: <
live 'structures .
of the FtSll Castilian gorgeous ,-perfect in'taste, culiaranomolous ,relations ot the -
jealous sway proud now t : ,inHhe'mortaUtyas: i hotrby these physical causes: thus confined,but style and, adornment, are,frequent-and com compare num-
MEDICAL NOTICE: :DIt E.S.Aibnicn, rapidly'advancing, tinder I th* mp\l1f.e of cliar-I I titir'overflow is,:of hort"duration, and'their mOl throughout*. the Southern ,States but bCl! 1nourlati'rt' O I th3lOt1 b the official Government tp.the lately -rebeliiqus. 'Spothr :t f '

(.flL';.Uf.3rnU.I'lilfciciija! inay be and consnlted Brrp( *on.at'latb'hIa*-6f fflceat'.3tnL 8
sirs Jop.08!\ UantitM.'/'/,-te, oral the prng Store :of t!. .J.i j: of civilization! 'and, refinement: : s't the 1 .gratty'httthe:I ; character of the contiguous would fully otherwise.00'surrounding\ perfect'viewsJ2Thicb This fact September:1, n"for'the'2d/;19'; 'for the '3d, power of nrevenUng. negro ...suf-*

..111U0.2Jih' (;. 'f" f i. l cffccffind'lcatitiful fabric XvliicUlhtwondrous yegtutia; growth unaffected and unaltered.It .'I I must have been,apparent to every-one.visit-, 16 r and for-'yesterday;'0.: But 'for:the 'relax-'. fragein the work of .rwtoration, ita. effect :, ,pwouldbe '

r -- and ujyeicrimzs I labor'of the 'insignincniit -- iv.lnatter of extreme doubt, whether tho' jug and enjoying .hospitalitiesof! ;Of'TQur atiou 'of the rigid vefo,ag ln t.the sale'bf certain .limited_t. the time.whcnthejrestor.ration ..-,*; '

: Dr. J. ... TOD. '. ''.' coral insect lies''raked! into avisible'ex1Isfence : 'walcrs'- in.most of the rivers would ever'botje i I '(country residences in 'the south. 'Withoutwateyfew'scenes,1'tyhether'nattir kinds of'grwn' fruit;,anthc':consequent was fully 'consummated.After;t that, -tti.; ;

HAS rnnored-jiratticc to(
14-Offiic stw and- wljcrf ltooni.he.-mry Tj>:Et t.. Jrft fbwwVat.&XcLofc bO lI'It Uuijdjmr. unles, J 'dan:l oly 5pcctacl&
feltllona1J.\t. enuJt ) ''- :, '." arid hgricultural Impotence! roon 'created1!I i transparency negati ves'suchlu; pos cape;hot only injures, but frequentlydesttoya 46w4' f to. a solitary I '/rherefprewe say that. the.question, of > j' .

-"1ot.. 2-GI ,_. .'''. ;. '. .',. '. r.ad substantial Icstiaioi ': American enter-r! sibility.. Wo see thus thnt'the'aUuna1 forth 'those'pIcturcs whichthe-perfect: For'artist the Nature rendersrotherwise case or tw9, f.which examples may probablystill .negro suffirage In>thb Southern State?is.,not, :

-- prise and prospective. "perfcctib'h-this one / absolutely b"epeedfdrtcn'd or' '\ and cannot. be.made, a.p'a Utical".Is.'J'; '
'fortnight
n..."neo1" !. ', atiyn iii this State is not comparatively,! beautiful, in'a viewy it is an indispensable ys a
t 4010.j" "' i'i : aaiong.tke" last: Tciuciauljjf! detached] gepifroinvthe hut absolutely small, and .that-, in all'' probatrJilyfenclirwill -I.requisite. "These lakes; wIth few exceptions; to'comelike1 i ihe lait'straggling shots nth' e' sue in Uie :North.The Southern: people, .& 'J

: W r .1 rnetofpain/ ; ,stands.,sta-repre- ; ;ever be the: case we' 'never'interfere with/\\tb '. health: ;'of th 'sur- outskirts 46f a battlefield, long after.the mum alone musi determuieFii! ; Tfecan,' jif we .x ,.

'I flErEaPV,1iIyl.c.nfl;JACt601\'LU Colkge,.F.LA of"PexilaItur.l' :;:, ',' sented in the gulaxy of America. 1 ,,' '$ f !y.rixpccti) and even predict, that; 'it:may will:t'rbundmg civilization r country and refinement;:and: henIn Bhajl future have?"reach'-years carnage is'over: ''Thafthe evil I, ''However, is' like, urge upon them,; by ..argument, ,thai; *

Jnne21th-1tltt'Ct"rt, end.. .fire J rears.''i'.attce.: .Florida, it, ,Is believed} stands' a. terrestrial. .iu ..cwivc'j-.1rs grov:'less;'iiVa 'more'Huendaml ..: .ed their jacirie, nabUationV thus; located and' now virtually'passed.'ls t testified perhaps justice a the expediency of 'granting.-tthe/i

't;; I temple supported pillarsand) rc1u.&,9f. improved will bc.''pervaded 'nii'almost higher'au'thorHy'thanihatr these franchise_without ,distinction pfs color,ibuta}
---------- "- -. '. --,i, on general system of'drainage, witlToth-, /"' J'tlipuVih'eonncx or [ ,official t ; .

'.J LLSE.tT'TOt'iJLE..i' 'enduring com1 Ji. rinrrovv peninsula;laved 'eif: i methods of internal improvement-'I 1.Trite IfaWair;\ 4/ ,returns. 'Tie'birds-which of,:eveir kind, that.la moral suasion,";not: party a .-:.fe n.1\ ,7:
ipt1n .'drFlo dl.ti fin( In
I TIlE lIob b i 't'1trl..iitetra10"a'Lo ;t it.L e'I .oh .its eastern shore by'the Atlantic, tndtnta trim'sa 'T e number" froth'theiparthie& gull and :kite :Thqu1oncannotb rnadefor U3r..af politisl/f !
int
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, generalized. operations' .
I I tor a tufflulip;aitutfl OD t1I,ft. Jo1.n. niYer'at / : 6ordinary1 tr8\\ 'varLcty,.1Vill"b9.:'jiii :describecj .
'low: BJua, For'' .1&rt1cn"tut 1)p1ytCl) ':."r r.. jt ,.V.eltfcnfby) Gulf drMexicp \ve, could 'of fittn1i g.dU-so"iJ] 'l.ut surely contribute;.,)wiien r.itt1hgbfth ,dIsea ;Jf' tb ,:Stlte' absolutely'dl jLppe dfr rii'th aptta1"ivl cal.question,.simply becausei.we have.nolitical ,
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c flQ'ulor the f2P
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m11i' fttc r l iJt) dkic: l ilhyu1otli l } : :'T11 l ular. incident of: s tn lde solely in the Stasdirect1y..conc. :
' FOX' $ALEA. !, : iWf .iri : J; ; ; no'iuejgiiUIamt productive :cn' sc'.of' ;;, Reeled to tlielr influences;. : There 1$a'species the 'V '

: A GOOD BteainSa faijd(SrU3 U. 8 'L tie::1 ower,
I' w *n 'let iurfJitirri, .-u, t pnrchase ; .
: pectors are .
caw we die iiW is .
at jstatUm..Jo.
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18. ou the trembling for'a"consIderable' distance about'thespotiuipressed among ,conclusive as -- r ;: -J : .
Jt annah flU1.hcr,A'bany uud Gulf Eallitad.,- Pri.'< t3000.or .- pine, trelcr 's away in ihe intel', ll l4ig} : ..tiaproductifebarren hiid value-:;r. .": This is':; It" i la, under to the,turning Baiubrt' ;pftheatmosphere.c\ ; Ii : : I :

PlU11cnlAns, I appJrto'W'I. 3T. 1IOOZEU minable distance;'occaif faan ')berej'as, i./the e3accum ulating in ,val leys;and':inducing?, stood: ,: iccihiar to.'the? southern,part: of'"the From theprovmcea U&aews is' similarly fa' "o 'I lately1: l.\ ': 1

f tembet'fI-4.r.,%0- *, I'cn. ';ted, -Geo.. ,'11.....J':..;ha.,. Interior: We mect'witli.icl4't'l : cd"/.ta1bli1: ,j1]je; fitckne&s through the'mediuU1'f'a"n'ccessari-;..nenhisulaVandin; much ofthi:'country 'now, vorable.Salopica The official:-reports nom'8mJ1'll themselves and'went to the'theatfls&u0 ;
< inhabited'by thtf IndJansjTb'tmas' little fi 'YamaKustje'nd. Treblzond what it> like1 in onlef"t; ; ,
nominated on,this account\rJiunimockJandK .' : : ?, tell aa ; at thejir1ghtiteach 4' af
Jy> produced decomposition-We1! now of the
:: by-tUC 1 :known respecting 'we1must' rapid.abatement ofthft maladv at '
J.OB PRINTINC;! > which, from their extrcme'value glvb' ; 'content'pur- all these their tlvo.ft to shun such evil M" 1
an o1ntsandwaratbQfIth:
ftg agciicyod (Uiinstrumental-i ,agticu2ture'res- ..se1vesfor; the'prescntwIflc(this :(bare' men? / en-
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E.\TLY'l1U1JTEJj'A '. "" I } '
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-J' ,,' THE PRESIDENT AND THE ONEOE' consentrate? "his forces in Durango &nd Coa- '"tifire repealed the ordinance- of secession, ridian and. Southerner, in order that the dose, Tb 'P1apJ

:; ZMtc; 't1 if lliiCJ. i t DOCTRINE. .bUlla so as to move'upon'the flanks and rear, abolished slaver equalized the representation : which bitterness towaids Southerners andFloridians ('pcta1 Dbp.t te 'PHttADnnu!a1! .

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r ; Straws, cast In th'nir. are said to show of the French in Chihuahua,' and thus des-: o ; nat arid taxation throughout had prepared, might b offered, Tie; ;eltr election.- h ld' -this 4.hu rit OlL :

4 : T. 'oar14 'lHlJF'" which' way,the wind blows,and,casual words ,troy them. This is evidently "whistling, in tho! State, giving! the election of Gove nor sugar coated. Thghypocrhy and.Ilcndl of clvl'ttupb of the Vnl. 9cyt. The yot b t
lACDOlvn toA1W.telarf UYc
falling from the lips of thoscii.high"au1i ,!.?, the affair' t fo Ia
__ thV dark to keep his courage up,! for the : and Presidential,electors to 'the 1e.0r was nothing, 8 object
Mcrtpn MeMfclue, eJlwr of the Xortlic .
., g. 8TICantY :Editoran.. *..Proprietor.HOLSCBS ., ,ty.oecome; evidences of policy held fn re- ,French and Austrians have:: full possession of. I dered voting in the Legislature by,:.rira voce, could be effected and,the paper be made to nf.Tr, *.elected )10 E.our T TotlD X.

r: STEEI.I"A..oci&te: Editor.. ., acne, to be more openly 'and' formally pnv-: Lte.'coasand! ; : it.b'very evident that they)are endorsed 'the. administration unanimously, pay-the ends justified i the means, even if jOri1.Onersl GDeallat elected St Aut. G

claimed at theT opportune iouiv: 'In the interview well supported by respectable num ': and' and.., dirte commission to submit a code i these were founded in'dishonor and duplicity CamFbU Oenerml o "a J

GB.&TJONA.NDfLAB, between the Brazilian Minister, Mr. influential bodies of the Mexicans.' A'11<,il:, ,'to'.the Legislature for the protection of the -As a par of the history of the Herald we : Ohio. Election.

The overthrow.of the plantati6n system in AZAMBURJA.,,and. the ,President, wbenthe can force of about'2500 threatens Mat mQras. colored population." give some specimens of the certain style ,of General Cx the Union Candidate for GoremiTielected Oct.n

the South will necessarily: ,involve :the abstraction former was: presented, formally, as the rep- whichis i held bya French garison of, 1500 .Before adjourning, the convention provided expressions designed to gull the "people .of of over .O. Wp. '

of an' ,immense amount of 'labor .resentativjaTof\ tlie Brazilian Empire near the"person 1 'soldiersbuftlic; '-want' "of ainunitlon and .*tor,the l of extra session of the Legislature Florida' into the belief that a Floridian was :.. .From Whlngton.

from her fields which,. consequently, 'ilrast of the. President''. the J'h.interchange of.- other.important, appliances of' :war. will, nominated a Col. JAMES"L. Onn, for speaking: In an editorial of the issue of the The Treuirj Depsrtment h WAIJ Just taejtantc1rcuLr .aq Oct 1 L .

: lie idle, and a loss capltalrnpon; tho hands'of 'the' cufiyij cbswhkhwepublishedlast ( i doubtless,deter the ,Mexican general., from Governor; and arranged for sdig.Gover.- 8th ult.,treating of the character of men who the Intervil Beytline providing Laws thst may b cate uer

& the agriculturists of the South. week) was m dally quite' complimentary undertaking! to storm the,city, even though nor PERRY to the U.S. Senate.. South Carolina should b sent to the convention "Nomen Sout and shipped to Oncii New York, .rre Balu.

c r The general experience all over the country 1 io.both, !? gover: thents. It, .caanot. .escape: ; he may be offered ar. alliance, by Cortina, b proven true to her exalted chan.cter, Umlra" says: Ian more.*, BD. cr_ tto bte ablppen.Los of or a Xew aaaafic.toryibond Or..

: ,to the effect that the freedmen' will not: attqntion,hbweyer, that ths Presidentthrew 'who is at the head of a predatory< band" oC'I I. and will ever maintain her honor and tlat' M1Vc are full aware of ihe danger incident : at the, to pace b whence T' ueb i ie Int Brmna. CotIcctojr -

work tinder the contract system is suggestive out"certain significant'liinU T3.io 4Ae,maintenance I about one thousand; Mexicans, and whom ,of- the Federal government. Let her revilcrs to piicing important: trust in new and un- mOTe..; The duty may bo paid at the pot.r t d b n

of the Monroe doctrine on this cOii- and'his the Mexican generals do, not trice hands, but, pr case, it is far regulation) U m ale I cnMl1c
that, iUhe'resources'of South are to men, cease their slanders of a people they never i 'Snt '.Ideally of obtaining the 5 l0 Currency to pay the
.t.i1enfwLlCh have squinting : MaiiTOilian. I I to do so, to confidence .in datifts at the lace of .
I : be re-opened labor. must come from sonie recognize: as oth r than robbers.. have, nor never can .comprehend, while the those who have once betrt-vcdusand. jroughtV8 ; *
'Brazil' isalready From New York.
quarter. Whence, then, save by emigration? : After:,.stating the fact tht It is apparent that the government: ()f slow of impartial shall, at some to:, the verge of ruin" <
pen .
history 10, 1365.Tha
'and has the elements Juarez is the ofa fall and tLat'th Sz You
;'. 'ButhowisUusto, be brought about? By a great' State? on ve future day; do justice'to,their character. In another o: the issue cf the 18th ult., Flour market .dUe frm 1f to fifteen
0
'Whicli'nabl hereto become a Uaderjamongtie French and Austrians have control of the c.nt*on the bJ with t day of MOO ,
the slow process of individral effort f If so, curs this,the being in all instan- The sales u amour ted b.
i:1e .ur
the plantation lands of Florida must lie idle ;: nations' ," the President proceeds to declare Empire ofIex'ito.. THE EI.ECTIOX.'We : stan, es: thonnand bale ctn The.an nirket adtaoce, o 9 eeng t.8yn wit U
of the U..S. Government BRAZIL. an upward tendency. hcf' e.wuntnttled. -
and unprofitable for years to come, and all : that It is the policy ." furnish our readers with all the clec "When the Yankees advanced into our .and mnch excitement prevailed.
"instead of weakening nev American Since last reference'to this Eirpire: we Gold forty tud flre-eixhtta. .
our the received them with
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her interests languish. t ,tion ,returns which we have been able to country negroes .
I :States: 'in our vicinity, we wish to impart have received nor' later intelligence,as to the procure transports of jcv-throwing up their hands -
We time that th*, to the time of The
suggested some ago planters up going to "
strength to them, &c., &c.," without "regard progress of hostilities: between th3 allied pr : towads Heaven. ; Our National Flnanev.
Florida assemble in convention to passed this and '
i_ : ..to the manner in which their governments powersandParnguay. We shall continue to day ofi city, very quietly And again: I WAsnnfQToy, Monday, Oct. 2,18&
take into consideration their relations as coihmendably voter to the
: Ildminist.ered''and; then closes by asserting note.with interest, transpiring, events there,.., ; 'e going polls "Finally, our enemy was reduced .to circumstances Tbe absolute decrease the -publIc

capitalists,to the freedmen of the State,. and :''KAb'p'veall;> we 'wish .to)impressupon' and keep 9ur readers Infon ).ed. Arrangements -: >depositing*.*: his ballot without that disgusting that compelled him accept the since last month, exclusive of the del. .

by adopting, after mature consideration, a l the 'nations of interference with the freedom of services of our slaves. When the later had : saved by the cancellation compound inter't
them the conviction that all have been made between the 'XL S.
"r thus the of received for dues
prejudices est notes
general system employment of;the freed. choice, which we have often lamented to conquered public ,i 112,51-
America, if they Would continue. to exist, government and that of Brazil for the transportation they furnished two hundred thousand 755,23. The decrease in the

: man, based as mu 'h upon justice arid liberality must aspire,to absolute self sustaining\ independence semi-monthly, of' mails between 'witness under other auspices, in times gone men and laborers to conquer us. are public debt isf502,411,99, which exceeds the

to him, as to themselves, offer induce- : .by. We trust that future election here decrease of interest in the previous by
; and to a perfect political equality New :York and Rio de Janerio, by ocean enl. mont
ments to those of them who have wandered will be characterized by th good order, Who will deny that had ice, before commencing $27141,9. This is the first time the -
,with the other:nations of the earth.'Mexi- I steamers. Our friends who wish to visit the sme the liberated, .
t war, our slaves, given of the war when the monthly -
remain commecement
to return and to all
away, upon sobriety and decency which have marked .
co. is.one of the ClSt tes" in our ylcinlty. '. ," and Empire will, doubtless, find good. accommodations them each an acre or more of land and equality satemcnt the-Treasury h exhibited a

the plantations, and to take steps to enlightenthe the government of which_ the President:would. on the above line, for a nice sea voyage this.By with all men before the. law-ulfel deciease of the public debt

minds of.the freedman as to the fact that ofthefleptiblic reference to the vote of Duval Couny, liberty and the ,pursuit of happiness" The following a recapitulation of the
it is with the the i
as government the By by we begto
strengthen, beyond equator. ,
their best interests lie in the cultiv Hon of it will be seen that the Hon. S. L. we had notquickly and easily secured our public debt as appears from the books of the
: ; and not that of the'Empire the call attention to an article from the New Bun independence." Treasury returns and requisitions la the Department -
the soil arid in attaching themselves to the'old has been chosen
U. S. Government affiliates. But we are not York Herald.headed "Brazil not the Place," by an overwhelming majority. In the issue of Uie 29th ult., another one of on the BOth September last:,

homestead.The leftt to'thisi 'hint alone to arriv at wha His election by the voters of Duval was Debt Interest in coin..31,116,658,191 80

new order of things appeals to the ''is in vague: the mind of the President with which is to be found elsewhere. not based upon the idea that he was the only the deceptive and hypocritical expressions eng.. ............. ........_.......65,001,67050Debt
passing '0 4 )bearing interest in lawful mon.yJ,260,009,12044IntereEt
energy and the intelligence of planters; and reganfto Mexican affairs. It is declared as manr in all the County who had the qualifications occur: ... ......... ...... ......fLftflJUA 75
SOUTH CAROLINA. "Have not the greatest pains been taken to Debt which intereat .
on ..
.
capitalists,who expect to employ free negro been the to discharge the duties of a delegate, J...ceue.... .... .1.0
a fact by those who have near per- More than any ot the southern States has educate the Freedmen in the duties of their Debt bearing no .. 8

labor. That'quiet dicipline which the master son Lieutenant General GRANT, that he ,this 'noble little State had the anathemas of but because, added t unquestionable abiliities new life,and who has given them more whole- Total amonnt outatanding..Z74U47,726... ..... .... .......137,429,21825

had, hereditarily, established over the has unreservedly asserted that the "qovern- and moral tone of 'character, he occupied some instruction than those tt fought as enemies Totlte.tnder note in dtO ,
abolitiondom poured upon her devoted head.Her ? One and 5 ,
slave and which to yean ct 0
was a potent power that pl D&.3t2
medium between
doctrine happy extremes
ment will vindicate the Ionroe. at statesmen and been always Unitod:States notes, 1. .3000
") move him on in the'pathway of steady indus people having United.States notes,new ....
of the past political opinions and actions of lae .m.76Jm 0
and that Maximilian must these
an early day, schooled in the doctrine that the Federal Wit exceptions it says to us, recon Compound Interest notes,act March
try, has been broken, and new modes of leave Mexico. The General is reported to I the voters of Duval, upon which these ex strct your State Governments, and exercise 3.1563.... ................"_...160.0 0

proccedure must be applied to recall the ,have expressecl'it as his opinion that such constitution States was infractions a compact between'of sovereign tree could meet in generous compromiseand the'larget liberty, subject only to the Compound 30,164,.Intereat........notes.. .,.act....of..Jane. ......202.01V41 0
the which, by of the U. States. .
laborer to his duty. steps"will require no, call for troops; but Cordial good feeling. !Ir. Bunnrrr,while .. ............. .
The reflect this the the general government, each State had, and Wei I us! our slaves our independence! Total ..... 6T8.126.WO 0
more we subject,
upon that with our preeenlvarmy we can spare Bleing a thorough Floridian, has never beenan
will retained, from their' inherited sovereignty, our enemy I WE, the editor of the Jack- As compared with the statement for August -
more we are convinced that much good enough to give effectiveness to the forces that open revolutionist, and h always been there is a reduction of the public debt
the to and to decide when the sonvile Herald and "the
right judge, of Florida I If
proceed from a convention of planters to Moxico will be ready to put"in the field, if theoretically, i no mo e, a strong union man.The people of nearly $12,742,000 and of interest over
< continuan of that compact no longer served -. "How WE apples swim"!!! Now these and also a reduction of ,$
11< deliberate matters of so vital impor-
: upon our Government aid them in the matter of late revolutionists of the County, came $.0. J01o
of free J 1 notes in
the purposes government-the hypocritical expressions are the
sugar
tance. Organization and system are powersof and he also asserts "that the President to his support an earnest that they had cot, cnlatooUDII
support, a the coin..
and the for the ....
promotion of peace and security pro ing equality doctrines which the taI. .f10.1 1
themselves; and an address disseminated and the authorities at Washington hold lid down all past political creed, and cordially negro Amout I the tutuy. cry.. ,
tection of and all into such hifalutin .
property, right goes over -
to the freedman,through proper channels to 1 this as a settled purpose, and only await the personal accepted the new order of things, while Hea eetce Total j.........-..............sssari2ss
and have and offered
t. her statesmen people ever been weekly, are as "a tub to thewhale" ,
reach him, enlightening his mind as to the meeting of Congress to take open ground in forward in the resistance of the old Union men of the County voted for I for the decent Showing a decrease of nearly $1,70,0
and any proposition made to
mutual interests between him and his old prompt him, and preferred him to oihers because theyas : of coin as compared with the atte
4 the matter. either by the general government, or I the of Florida" that and'an increase of of
L' master and and him "people they agree to ment, $13,454,157, cur
employer, giving assurances We confess to liking all this,,and would rejoice act Foridians had all confidence in him, and The amount of fractional
States which in their rency. currencyis
sister restrict some white men from the freeborn
1 in this authoritative manner, of the of which judgment'wa scorned led by adventurers in increase of
$26,487.754
to the imperialism
j see t b poltic
spawn and the a $14,0.
subversive of in order that
the of
liberty heritage right suffrage,
sentiments of the whites towards him has been increase 80
kindly Napoleon has attempted to fasten upon this the dubious light of the "dark lantern. Mr. Ter an Jue ,
happiness." some of its fellow equals the dear nigger, bonds of
,
|S,211,000andof
4 would,-we feel, assured, awaken him to a when the which could BCIUUTT has been elected in his absence I Five-twenty
continent, only power Her political attitudes have always followed born,baptized in,and physically and morally the.July 11, 18. Si.p-nt
consideration of his dependence upon his his adventure was without pledges or interogations. The
have any
would of
and prevented loan nearly
.
from her conception of the nature of the saturated with the instincts of slavery, may ,0,0 tmprl
L steady and untiring labour, in order to maintain gigantic war people of his County know him, and 1852, a
a
by
temporarily crict afidebte
Federal'government, and her vfcws thereon rep enjoy this boon, too precious, only for those
himself and family. Let comfortable its ,hands at home, driven from the I all confidence that their honor and ofover ,OO.The
upon have not only been the generally conceived who are free men in nature as well as 'flame oflnternal Revenue has
I I. homes, and fair remuneration be offered him, ; grand scheme of Empire will be in safe custody in his hands.In .
country. Napoleon's opinions of the South, but haT been maintained But the "people of Florida," well under- decide that hi determining the amount of

.. and let the. contracts be arranged in such on this continent will soon come to I by large numbers and high order of Columbia, as was tale expected, Judges standingthe English of"Nomen Umbra," in taable gross receipts for premium and a

t. way that, while lie will''havfttfvery .guaran. grief, 'and "Maxlndliari, after lording it over NIBLACK and Loxo have walked over the sments under sectionlOD of the a of June
intelligence of the North and. foreign coun. the matter of these expressions and modest 30 1864 insurance
companies are
tee that the obligationsof! ; nw"employer:will and enervate will soon I We this noble old arwedto
distracted people,
a tries. The vexed questions which abolitionism cur congatulat suggestions, are like the man whom the deduct any amount paid by them r
beJaithfully discharged, at the same time; have to hasten back to Austria, and retire to County she the "dark lan
her for and which h tu kicked the "
pressed upon years, ; : jackass thej"consider source, 'inurnc.
the vio1a.tion'ofobligations' on 'his'part' fwill \some small principality. tern" fraternity that her sons arc still freemen, I The Secretary of the Treasury has issued
bore her interests herhtppiness, shotlder and all
effect him In this he will be vitally upon straps- remembering the for certificates of indebtedness
t at once. way and are not led by political gambl' rs. proposals funding -
k FOREIGN NEWS. and her sovereignty, she often sought to have t b "old fox" in tho fable 2Ssop, who poking c mpiu I -*'* "otesand
liD-: taught to comprehend how it is that upon It truly gratifying to note that the T
: amicably in the Union, that she i p where he had no business, got his notes an' gives notice to the holde
himself,upon Ills own conduct, depend his Under this -cad. we purpose giving our adjust pie of the various Counties heard from abut tai : Scat ndcbtedness, which mature before er-
might enjoy peace, prosperity and hlppine into a trap, and for his own safety was compelled -
-1 interest and prosperity. readers a weekly condensed statement of important chosen their best men-men of high cLarac- I the 1st day of January next, ot compound

r. We have heard it suggested that, after the transpiring events in foreign lands, therein. Pressed to the last resort, and after ter at home who will moral inflrence, to leave it there. To hide his disgrace interest note and of one and t.\o years
all political effort? known to carry he his brother foxes into of the readiness of
exhausting attempted to gull the the Department I
whether the their :
in civil ; n.t
restoration of the State authority, among people, or gt-t'm- well as intellect into the convention.
States acljt difficulties with her Northern n conviction that he had travelled give in exchange for them to
rarrant: acts.&CO, will be enacted by the ments, and we commence with affairs in -- considerably, ihe extenVofjSO.OOO.COO cent 5-20
enemies honest confidence in the and he had returned si
Wi.l-: that infuUfasJiion, en- p
legislature; which will compel the freedmanto ENGLAND. TiE JACKSVIL HERALD AND year bonds at three per ct tht t

f& labour. This is a vag&ry. Uninfluenced John Bull is, evidently, badly frightenedby existence of her soy .reignty, and the rights ITS FUGLEMAX. deavoring t phce them h the same dilema, is to say, *100 of bonds for ech prunu certificates

involved thereir, she >,elieved that her honor, by persuading hem to the' fashion. and notes provided the conversion ;s .
the Irish Fenians. We alluded last weekto ad.pt
by other incentives to action,the freed- The astute editor of this .
her interests, and her demandedthat "Iyurd"sheet "Ncmen ,Umbra" has travelled made prior to the 1st day November next
men will bvcsome. calling, and apply him the threatning attitude of. 'eii&.. :Ism, bothin hppine of produced last week a very leared literary evidently The bonds issued in exchange for snchcertificates.and .
the last court
self to it just sufficiently to escape the penalty America and Ireland, and ofthe supercil- she should appeal to criticism on the "Press of Florida," torn}, and having actually arisen to negro fiotea will bear a interests of 5

iousiness with which the English freemen-the sword-and vindicate those equality, in the benevolence of his great missionary per cent, per annum, payable
I of the letter ofdhc law, while its spirit will govern which is as profound in its analytical force, : sminnuallin
rights by force of arms. How honest she soul he is really anxious to lift I the coin :the 1st days of Hay
() ad
it. The action of that
ment affected to treat
t ..": be violated. It is to moral influences that ., : : : as it is chaste in its style and tropes. In her and will be redeemable at the
was in her sentiments, and how devoted to of Florida down to his level and pleasure
; capitalists should direct their efforts, in order government, however, does not tally with its treating of the history and character of the people. uses, of the Government after five and pay

affectation indifference towards Fenianism. her cause, the noble efforts ,of her govern I as h lever, the Jacksonville Herald, who able in 20 from the 1st ye November !
to aft'ect the.freedl 1an. In his present chrysalis lrroW'nowever, a modest diffidence, which.I I years
.' .We stated that arrests were occasionallybeing ment and her people bear witness .during the I history and character we her supply a a I 186. The coupons and registered bonds
state, he requires guidance, instruction, we applaud,,confined him to that period of
four of unequal struggle: which she labor of love for our late The uder the proposal will be under the
year patent
kindness. These are'weapons to which the made by the government police, and taken her. it! existence when, we (the Associate Editor I bantng. denominations of $100 $ and
suffered, and lost Having attitude of JE sop's fox is not absurd and O $1,0.
negro has ever been t 'act ble. He is in 'nowise that several of the counties of Ireland had dar having I tit this paper, and,writer of this article) were more Registered bonds of$5,000 ad $10,0 'i
'
'been under martial law. Since! then cause before that CUrt,- and judgement laughable than that of military attache*., and issued if desired. Holders
responsible for the posItions in which placed its conductor, and, of course forbade him to I b cc

-: he is placed;' is not sufficiently nlIglit ned the.English government adopted the policyof been entered against her, the same high mention aught of its brilliant history since ,it government officials on post duty, striving t compound interest or Treasury not
of honor which impelled her on .her to such conversions,
sense nfect
with
F.lorldians notions
to know how'to'tnake use of the great boon' sending, a few gun boats to"the. Irish coast, : decision passed into the hands of the mongrel crew negro equality them to'the wi
her to abide by the Tr
has
Aistt-Tr
course, prompted and while "
fiddling
freedom, and: the: white man, his old with,the,view,;we suppose of )keeping off ofmiscegcnators, from whose moral putrefaction forthe"pepleofFlorda"to or the Unite

Southern master:and friend should come to American Fenians, but the fears of John of her selected tribunal.and to adjust phosphorescent light has been shed dance to this tune, cooly expect them to States,.or t any national depository

he herself all honesty of purpose there.- "pay the piper." All the comment we haveto which may consent to the business
increased
his relief, and seek to lead hiin where once Bull having very largely almost upon it, resulting from putrefactive f without trant'
her composed decomp charge.Interest
Consequently, convention, make this is if the of FloridaAre
has caused the channel fleet-a, whole fleet on ; "people
he commanded him. That the negro will menho' her into s ion To save the fugleman of will be allowed on certificates of
of lead
the "
not re8p Tery-promptly; is to be expectedby of gun boats, men of war &c-to.assemble on I entirely the;: legitimate.blushes of self-sung praise, we such stolid fools as to do either one_or the I indebtne and one and two year Treasury .

the coast and is silly to have it I revolution, many of whom during her strug- other, we shall b ready to say to them hi the or maturing prior to the
those who' understand Ills' habitude OC: .Irish enough, .. t fill the, doubtless, unwilling hiatus note mat 1tofNovelb,18
gle were distinguished contributions t the prop of Mokhana I I up to the date of
proclaimed his language ,
through that this
mind and the of his'nature organs .pro- left and ,
idibcyncracies modesty
; of her chosen : open, supply amore after the 1st of Nov-
civil and departments "
military Ye would be Jape and and
But the white man,with superior intelligence' ceedure\ bas' no reference. to the. Fenians.' ,i have become the and'can- thorough history of the Herate. kave. ye a. ember interest will be allowed t that day.

:, and cooler judgement, should ind stri ns- No only.this, but the: English.army,;.in Ire- : government, open Wen under the conduct of the writer, it SOUTHERN DEAL ESTATE' AND' EMIGRATION Upon the compound Interest note the interest -
in the
land now numbering thousand is did Instruments in placing her new will be computed to NOT. upon
over COMPANY.We
ly and patiently employv his' advantages to seventy was discovered by certain "quid nuncs" of
situation to which the arbitrament of war the amountof' principal and interest compounded -
instruct and tutelage his humble fellow man, being,considerably stirred up,'p.iigila,\ ce.: the .the radical and miscegenating type of the invite attention to the advertisement ;on the back of said notes the

_ the freedman.. of the- ,military. } 'lathe-. order .of. ,the.. dayv In. has assigned her'and'Ye hazzard in the Union opInion cancassian race, in and about the city, that it of this Company, to be found ,in its appropriate period next prior to thai date. fr principal -

: the'mean time the Fenians still and that.,no State, or statesmen We hail with satisfaction all and interest of said andobligationawlll
In the,mean time, W Ufso"me'such organized are open ,took too high a Southeen stand to suit thetaste place. Treasury .notes

I effort shall be made to arouse the 'fr d. defiant,'and/their: i officers are said( :to. parade wt give in a more sincere, honest and devo- of negro equality whom such enterprises, and from the fact that Cot ; considered. together as a

the streets with side arms with' all 1 nonchal. adhesion to the Federal government than !, worshipr DICK FLOYD is one of the firm, the -,. offer for conversion; but when,after deducting -
man,'.and to fit him' -usefulness; alike" to :'chance, had thrown into and guarantee I the principal of the and three percent

himself and to, his'country, :proper steps 1 lance;;oblivious: ,,,of: the presence of,government ,the, State, and statesmen of), vilified South who, i inspired with the learned conviction is high enough that it is a highly responsible premium there bn fraction of

t should be.taken by such e nrentlonto'invite 'police, while the populace cheer all' .Carolina. This state of affairs sprung from that Floridians were in lerior "Indians. and and will prove to be an energetic one.. $100, this ftiona part will b paid to the

.1.1JC captured Remans asth 'police : thcmundczarrest the, high .toned, sense of. 'honor'which ba. All in Georgia and Florida who I : to himself
.1 4)'.., and attract foreign as well domestic' I imi-: Convey' Carolinians' Negroes, and could be made subservient to persons dep1tor. St r

q gratlon. A commission to be :sent to:'ttie': ; Bah !John Bull is badly seated: ," ever, distinguished ,_and whlc political machinations as adventurers, have lands for sale, and who desire to offer rghofwlthdralg: of proposal at any

4 :North and'.one :to.Europe, succinctly, yet'1, ,')tExicO.In'thilsunh ; .' "\ made her sensitive is in of obedience wrong, and this .4fter thei several street corner consultations, re- inducements to immigrants, should at once J I $ .OO shall, prior Novmbr.dt prvide b .
revolution. It to character
forth ppil&n4' ,revolutions ,the. **' place their business in *ue bands of this firm. offered f aforesaid. .
-k clearly setting, the many excellent advantages Bulling in conclusion, that the Herald, J I } a

__ __ % which 'the capitalists 'of"Florida content between the,Juarez government' : and of, South Carolina, that, Mr.. HAMMOND, then conducted, would prove a power in their a I will be seen that. Ies r C. P. JONE and _* ,
one of her noblest,and m.ost' influential sons; : Brazil not the Place.
Maximillian has been The B. H. of Thomasville Ga and Col.
going? on., .army ,
_ have to offer to laborers,should'engage' the path, determined to:buy out, and give it LEAK
_ embodied Carolina sentiment in the follow- i The New York Herald
which Juarez had placed in the States of New RICHARD of this associatedwith I
attention Of the convention. It city, are say
Ii- may prove the FLY
coloring This deter J
they being
that such a step, of itself would have a good I Leon and San Luis Potosl retreated before an 'ingrluton; submitted to her convention,. deire. W. I.QUDJCY, Esqr., ol New York.i I[ It b repn consequence I
by the:same mined, the next step was to find a fit tool to I of considerable: numr t
effect upon the negro; for by thus showing advancing,column..or'the French, through :, become the of a "negro equality"sheet This seems to be a wise arrangement.as the r hers of recent sver in our
fugleman SuUer
'Inasmu h fundamental oropinCnin ,
A him that the planter and: capitalist 'are not theSt: i'ofCahuilaand'Durango, into.. .the.. / reference as to the character difference, powers in Florida' .and lo I there he was to -firm.has several points from which radiate"I States contemplate" a rov B <

entirely depeiuen'fupOn'hini for :J laborJarid": Btateof, Chihjia'hna.iu the capitol\ ,'of which their, business advantages. Report I where the African race a kept uder :
; plc'govermet'of the.U. S. hand. But it would not do-it was for the your( the restraints of the InstitutionrButtoallpartleswbocntertaln -, '
'
-[ by t the same name, was located, the"govern-, and State which exist and and thus' "peculiar
f that through his own dilatoriness- ta ds'ftcbAncctobesupplantedfrOzn governments, time.too bold a step-for the fugleman to lands encourage immigration, this idea of

the advanUges -; ment'of'Juarez., The.:'French, pursued'the: .ed hi the convention which fre the constitution push-forward the interests and developmentof finding the{ of South Carolina down .
announce his name in plain English to the slaver
and after
'iIw 'of contracts with the agriculturists.and retreating army into.the State; of Chihuahua, of, moreha hreutersof the, country. under the testimony of a writer
a political.contests of whose
century reading public pocketsthe
I& capitalists'of'the State, the instinctive raggestioni and ;threatening' its capitol, compelled,Juarez bloody. and exhausting :war' ''ad'.wher the Fond/r: must drawn but ii. SB in the Mobile Advertiser. on the subject w
paper ,
I 'of self Interest may recall him :to 'a to remove government to ,EIPas' o .ontheRtorande when people draw the sword, Ip b Postmaster General Dennison, during Sp b foud'or.cnsiderng. Thi7t,
the hut and 'known' Ltn nom deplume, the name of tember re-established postal service'on frm i Bri many
to ,
<
troxhence he has issuedan man;
J highe tbu
) of lila in successful that
sense danger struggle. : they'should good Women Umbra was paraded to "astonish the the most important routes, and says ,;hough Ac saver i recognized ;
address to, ,the! liberals, endeavoring to, aide byit lon I j. rpne 4 therein
with the demands of life. faith; arid. I neiter..wls ,politic ., tzath'es,"' entirely over looking 'the fact that postofflces hi tho Southern that the laws eXt a'Ter humane for,
We are serious and'offer prop up their confidence, i in the ,ability t>f in the ot the "a
.suggestions
'I ,
: : any
I plo > the people of Florida are thoroughly versed and the of whom there
; It is stated that the President has
his to successfully with the longer a hi which they have been decide "f neg a
; ... ; them diffidently to the of 'Florida; goyernment .copo '
press
j : : i in! the Lattin tongue, and very well know to relieve Kentucky of martial law, many, ar an equality
: :;,i and to the planters,and all others interested. forces of (Maximilian. In\ this. address he. 'twi defete-nce by pltcl'maJorte,that "Nomen proclamation to that effect is expected shortly the white and many of them socially."- <
.swordf means Chaplain
of a
:
Umbr"
1 4 ::. What'say these powers;; shall. we .Have :'a condemns the policy 1 of hi ; general for r? people otSo ; as.fiembied .-, I The man, thereforewho goes noW ;
,", tb.Crolnan cDye'UQJ Negro Regiment To hid the of from our ,
Virginia, Georgia or other .
; : "' : convention treating from New,Leon.and. ,San Luis-yet the < myster any o .
the
I ,; ? planters in Florida? Or in : a that and the NAomB'n.-Up date ..Na late States hi ,
; name, keep up delusion which it t 1e7 slavehcjldlng to sr
4'% subject matternnorthy'Otero! s attention congratulates: the liberals that tho. venture ,oftbeFrcnch'torces principlesembraced in the following resolutions Banks have been tbr Bi .
'fhis1ostItstItutIon
f /;
4 WAS to create certain styles of tonal ; o "o
and will sustain them fullyand, (frith,? expression nI g ,
labor : ; into Chihuahua.! must prove Goverment wf tho fiyiiig into the no :- :
earnest
i or ,. pan I
fir'
.' as a national policy must be used in order the'' false
fully ,1
I ,; <'*. ,-- 4! '..Pfc'I: I_. 1estructive1Othew'Iaas: much,as they,have -Resolved, the Union: f Is the first and]I t convey WIRZ Wire trial will place for hifj.. I will be for him remain ,
Thlt. 'T :RAL-'hs'
": : .The Diogenes ,!of the Herald announced bee ,1e4,far from.their/base: .at, considerable and paramount consideration. :,of.the. American inference that he who wrote s flippantly of r good : longer. Generls Lee 'andJohnston whew h,i and accept the results as of* '. .
his
:" : r', :: himself? :Jast week as In. Jv.an ,:of'a ;ma .'-- expense,arid wear and tear of. the 'material people. ",' the inferiority of Floridans to "Indians .and Rowel Cobb, Gov. Brown and he. Sute Confederacy experiment cake just it
k ; : ,.That sovereignty. a, :absolute Negroes.'' and asserted so roundly ihat the Robert as witnesses for n Having eaten h 1 :1'I I
all continue the ;
1 :; '. We udrise him by means to- of tile army, wUKput.belbg'abte t : to b'Hng l Je untj useless to over U. ;
cry
,
his defence.It .
which in nations
and,.indivisible,' of .
had
,4 ". 3 earcb. Aided by vthe flash..of the,m4thtnlngaI Mexicans! ; ,to.battles and) t pgJ them lUll ,to.ericounter J must'exfst. 'somewhere, resides in the ,American itiuto slavery .s demorlie and is understood that after the trl,of Capt ;_mmt ?

:I I, "' .that$pmetln es l leap out.pf the darkness- < 'JKe proposes to :.divide the army,, people, and its authorized representative, cn c the.character generosity 'or Wirz is ended,and all the cnetedwlth'the John Hhior Botts ;a:mitien another le:1::1

,..' is*ore off access. lh\baiu\ ; ideal of ,that, bfobserTailori'wMcU bad, 'iieen, posted, :In'NI 'within the limits'.of :the :organic, lawtheonstItutlon.Isthife4eralgoyernment. Suther"i7w it tea, impossible for any72427I Andersonville prison are: ter t Vi advlslngthem to elect m ,; ,
>' ." mote in it*higher receice, the ed, there will be an investigation of the Salis Hie who have not been mixe .!
icaUat'or ;
_ t ,; biped, CoJd,1Jke 1' t9..,mao. .be gripped : t h( d', n:tia;:'ai Q g :h ,0tl r and other,prison in which up in the lale rebellion.. Any others, a: :, ,
\ And In practical conformity' to these sentilament ,{State bur oftheSu'h .
k of It'Jn.'tte'm : > Aonorsofths ihe'ownerof
I lAck generals plng'a' portion ; next.Congress -
; ; the i
: ott atber ; ere.tf'rtaI 1.1V .be.an1 1 ; 'n M1a' prisoners,were,, maltreat sures them; notbe (
? .
''-",4()f wool. ,, '''"'>-\If'.A' ,.. .,.tmt Iiirthe, : ui of-Ci1Jiuhnnm1, : her people,in convention aspembjed; sixtyP? *,n (the Italics ourt) line Flo- ed. ." !; li rU alue, :

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: THE FLORIDA UNION Appointments by; Brevet. Brigadier General George H.: Gordon, U. knowledge thlsiactad.'wiist an ace with.a desire to see, the Yake military THE'MARKiTS.

Appointments by brevet in the Armies.of 8. Volunteers, for meritorious and distin- slavcr and for- lodge, and to see how their masters or Or., -

,it rcnusiiED! EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY i the United States, made by the President guished services, to date from April 9, 1865. .Having thi they claim m1tr would act o being brought before akDdno Xarkcf. .':

J. K. S TIC K N E Y- ,I Brigadier General Philip R. de Trpbriand, rights guaranteed by the constitution Complaint are made against the kindest Jr. bl..... ....$14,00 $16,00.Hominy .
since May 26, 1865 : U. S. Volunteers, for highly meritorious ser- -I he right deciding who among their and people in the country. The Immediate ,per Ib...:...iflc.

Don'. per Annum TERMR in Advance.: I IX THE VOLUNTEER FORCES.TO vices during the recent campaign, terminating -.t own citizens shall be entitled to the elective result is despondency and anger on Corn Meal p r Ib.,:..........-....8 a 10. *

Two Xo subscriptions; taken for less than Three months.Single BE MAJOR GENERALS BY BREVET. with the surrender oft! einsurgentarmyunder franchise and the right of controlling their the pa of the whites-discontent and ins I Fresh Beef per Ib........; .............10 _
copies ttve cents.ADVEBTISIXC. Brigadier General Richard W. Johnson, General Robert E. LMto date from own domestic' affairs. Shall they be allowed the part of the bla Here is a Chickens per piece...i.'. ..4080..12
: Volunteers April 9 1865. these or shall the general young man from a not educated .
U. S. for gallant and meritorious privieg gver- Eggs dot....,. W
_
Two dollars per Square of Ten Nonpariel Lines,or services in the battles before Nashville,Tenn., Brigadier General Joshua L. Chamberlain, ment, of the constituton a a judicial officer and often not pos Bu pr per Ib. .
ocnpring the same *pa.e insertion.for first insertion. : One to date from December 16, 1864. U. S. volunteers, for gallant !and meritorious violation of repeated a to its sessing a single qualification forthe dischargeofauch Sweet Potatoes j.f, 50 a e

aollar liberal for each deduction subsequent made to permanent advertisers. Brigadier General Daniel II. Bucker U. services'during the recent operations, resulting purposes in prosecuting the war, assume con- duties, upon whom devolve greater Irish .. pbuel. .f..' 1.G a 20.
A S. Volunteers, for faithful and meritorious, in the fall Richmond, Va., and the surrender -. trol of these matters ? This is now almost responsibilities than devolve upon the Justices perbbl- .5,506,00.Corrcar. .

Jon P It I X TIN G services during the war, to date from March I of the insurgent army under General the only living issue between the great political of our Supreme Courts; for he not only I .

style,neatly and promptly executed. 11,1865. Robert E. Lee, to date from April 9, 1865. parties of the day. The democratic par acts judge, but also a sheriff and clerk ; The following qto has been the ruling figures .

Is-every- Brigadier General Thomas W.Sherman, U. i I. Brevet Brigadier General George N. Macy, ty, with entire unanimity, declares in favor and from his decision it is seldom an app for the put wek..nd Ut& It: 't:

ELECTION RETURNS. S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious : U. S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious allowing to every State the exercise of all can be made. In my remarks upon a .

services during the war to date from March I services during the recent operations, resulting powers not delegated by it to the general reau I do not wish to rfiet upon any of the McCarthy Ginned./..:...70 75 .0
,
ALACIIUA. SCOTT, 215 ; SPENCER, 151 ; 13,1865. in the fall of Richmond, Va., and the government. Now that the freedom of the officers connected Generally theyare Roller Ginned..........*...,.e5 a 70 <

LIGOS, 134 ; WILSON, 95 ; WHALKY, 12 ; Brigadier! General Henry W. Benham, U. surrender of the insurgent army under Gen. slave is universally acknowledged, this party earnest and sincere men, and a doingall Saw Ginned............,.....53 53 t : .

our informer did not send us the vote for S. Volunteers, for faithful and meritorious Robert E. Lee, to date from April 9, 1865. is willing that the States where the freedmen in their power to make it 8ucu. I maxis.Ordinary .
Brevet Brigadier General J. Warren Keifer, reside pass such laws they may deem is of the system I I it .;
HALL. Col SCOTT and SPENCER are elected.COLPfnIA.SmL..cK services during the war, to date from March a 8pk .i.2 a 3
at Lake 148 13, 1865. U. S.; Volunteers for gallant and meritorious proper for thei education and supprt. A a utterly foreign principles by whichour Middling....?.........3 a 35 _
City, it
Brigadier General Innis N. Palmer, U. S. services during the campaign ending with large the opposition people have been governed that cannot Middling FI..j..8.17

Lanes Branch, 23, Ellsville, 42, total 225 ; Volunteers, for long and meritorious services, the surrender of the insurgent army under having the general government assume con continue. And yet it appears to be the only .

Lose., at Lnke City, 134, Lanc's Branch, 35, to date from March 13,1 65. General Robert E. Lee, to date from April trol of these matters, burthening our people method that can be devised for regulatingthese Savannah:Market. *.

38 total 207 DUKES, at Lake City Brigadier General John P. Hatch, U. S. 9, 1865. i with the support ot a million paupers, and matters, providing the task of regulating Fr per bbL common.. ;.,.$3,00.$9.0.
Ellsville, ; Volunteers for gallant and meritorious Brevet Brigadier General A. L. Pearson, complicating us in the settlement questions them is t devolve upon the general gov C "u Bator Extra...... a 12,00.

68, Kllsvillc, 15, total 83 ; CHRISTY; at. LakeCity during, the war, to date from March services 13-, U. S. Volunteers,to date from :May 1, 1865. I wit which we have no constitutional rifcht ernment. During the past few months I have Rice p C...... ...\..JO..-*>.W

06, Ellsville, 1, total 07. NIBLACK and Brigadier General John H. King, U. S.Volunteers The arguments used t cnvinceI enjoyed good opportunities for studying thecharacter pr Ib I trkins.,.;.33 a t

Loxr are elected by overwhelming maj<1ri. I 1865.Brigadier General John W. Davidson, U. to date from May 31, 1865. Northern people thht it is the duty of the and disposition of I. & Goe...+........ ...3.6.
S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious Brigadier General Wm. Van Dever, U. S. I general government to assume this great responsibility and of the workings of the organization designed COTTOX .

ties. services during the war, to date from March Volunteers, to date from June 7, 1865. while the States a willing and to protect them. I have become fully Ordinary.-0..'..*... a .

Dn.vL.-BCRRITT, at Jacksonville, 124, 13, 1865. Brigadier General Zealous B. Tower, U. S. I desirous of relieving the government from it, convinced that the policy adopted by the Kdd.................*.;........... a 2.

Mandarin* 23.: May Port, 18, Browards Neck, Brigadier General Marsena R. Patrick, U. Volunteers, to date from June 12, 1865. are ba first, upon the assumption tht a President of leaving to the respective Stt I: G Jdld"t'lr.' ..... .1..3 38 a
the entire control of their local affairs 3 "
General L. Chetlain U. withdraws
Brigadier Augustus I government protection
& WHEATON at Jacksonville 35 S. Volunteers, for faithful and meritorious sn a
7,1.)1.\117' ; services during the war to date from March S. Volunteers, to date from June 18, 1865. ) great cruelties will be inflicted upon only safe policy that can be adopted.-N. T.Herald. New York Xaket

Mandarin, 7;, Iay Port, 2, total 44 ; ROBISON, 13, 1865. Brevet Brigadier General James L. Don- the blacks,and secondly, that the States wl Na You 4,186&*

'$t Jacksonville, 18, Mandarin, 3, total 21.- Brigadier General Truman Seymour, U. S. aldson, U. S. Army, to date from June 20, a( once pass laws reducing the race 00 id..............."*.t," *1.( a

Br3 rrr elected by large majority. Volunteers, for ability and energy in hand 1865. a condition but little better tha a stt of Superfine State and western flour..71. T U

.M.\I\wx.-Col.\ E. N. BADGER and Col. ling his division, and for gallantry and valu- Brigadier General James P. Hawkins, U. slavery. I have never that the MARINE IJST. Eitra State. ...........785800
8.Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious humane and kindly impulses implanted by Choice State..
able services in action, to date from March PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, OCT. 1865. ;..810823 .
JAMES WIGGINS elected.ST. 13, 1865. services during the war, to date from June I nature in the heart of man were confined to 13 Common t medinm extra .785775Exir

JOHN'S. MICKLER ninety odd, LINCOLN Brigadier General George S. Greene, U. S. 20,1865. I a particular rection of country. I firmly believe .AUUTAU.. *round hoop Ohio....We........ ...8 00 a 8

40. :MICKLER elected. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services Brigadier General Thomas H. Davies, U. : that the sight human suffering calls Oct. 4 .Schr. Mary and Emma, Cousins We trade brands.....:............i jjComninon8outhorn..s. 90 6
the to date from March 13 8. Volunteers, to date from July 11, 1865. I forth a much sympathy In one section of our Oct 6-Schr. Wcnoaa,Warner 1
during war, ,
BREVARD. W. II. HOLDEN elected. Brigadier General Albion P. Howe, U. S. I country as in another and I do not fear that Oct.5-Schr.PIoe.Tucker 8601050 ,
Oct.ft- Chase Fancy and extra do.,. .
.
BRADFORD. JOHN: RICHARDS elected.SSAt' 1865.Brigadier General Samuel P. Carter, U. S. Volunteers, to date from July 13, 1865. a course of systematic cruelty will ever b: Oct. -Al. Rc Dxtr.and Torcy. H.ki Common Canadian.. .10141 800840Good

:\ Col. TRACEY elected. Volunteers for gallant and meritorious services Brevet Brigadier General Charles G. Lor- practs in any section of thi I O.1-hr. Thompson .
\ countr
choice and extra. .... ..
ing, U. S. Volunteers, to date from July 17, any of God's will .I Ot 7-Scbr.S1 E Br Place t 8 G&12
HAMILTON. W. J. J. DUNCAN and ALEX I during the war, to date from March 13, 1865. wars to laws for the 7-Sehr. A. B. Te. aU Bye flour ( )........;.580610 :
necessary pass ape
elected. _ I government Oct. IS-SMamer Bel G. Ingrain SaTannah Cora ...... .4 90 5
BELL are 1865.Brigadier General Washington L.- -Elliott-- ,. of the blacks do not doubt. Laws I mea ey. a 0 _
-sssmW--' Bnii*" "1 -J I The Political Campaign in New York. must be passed to provide for the CU.O Corn mea Brandywin..,......575a-
U. S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious mat .Qlorar. Datey. N.Y.
CEDAR CREEK,Sept. 26.Jfr. I services in the battles before Nashville, Views and Opinions of a Soldier. \I nance of the old and infirm and for sup O.'A E.Per. Pe. Hur. Corn meal,Bdwe pne .. 0*-

Editor-I heard that a raft of cedar to date from March 13, 1865. We make the following extract from the port and education of the young. That iso .1-te B Hot Buckaa,N. Y. COTTON wai again irregular and conaiderably excited;

had been swept out to sea by the tide which Brigadier General N. J. Jackson, U. S. speech of Maj.-Gen. SLOCUM,democratic can lated cases of injustc in the treatment of the Oct. th.-Pioneer, Gt1., Muter,,8anD.OL some, wen asking 46c. for middling g.at the opening -
will doubt la
blacks not that order effect sales,
some mak
Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services our ; Gartner, Bar. but t we t
waits for no man, and for no woman either, at the battle of Games' Mills, Va., to didate for Secretary of State, delivered at unwise laws may be passed is not improbable; O O-.An Ft. Van Brunt, N. Y. concessions,the market closing r\he easier and nearly -
that the tide wouldn't wait N. Y. the 22d inst. but I am confident less injustice will be done nominal at our quotation annexed. The sales
and that a man date from March 13, 1865. Syracuse, on about 3,500 bald. We quote.. w

for, carrying the U. S. M. went immediatelyafter Brigadier General Robert S. Granger, U. The changes which those few brief years the blacks, as well a the white If the mat Cpfcad. F JO.y. 0 r
ter is left in the hands of To Master f Teasels. ,
S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious have in the social and mot deeply! Ordinary 3 8
it because he claimed it as sea cedar. wrought pecuniary ..... 3
of Middling
interested. The labor the black .. .. 44 4600dXnIddIIng..45
services during the war, to date from March condition of many of our people is a subject man 1 ST. Jora'i BAB.Oct. 12th 18.
LEBANON. an absolute necessity in every Piune-Shiprnuter.ofJsckonytus. ; 4" 47
1865.
13, far more painful to contemplate. Thousandsof Souter ro.me
-. . General M.K.Lawler U. S.Volunteers State Now that he i free, .os tear me 'e i/oyantu, 1 ur'IWDI cn-
Brigadier families at the South, who have never of wi cerned,aa I t a.1 aale to tow anything t sea FOR SALE-SEA IX
South
for and meritorious services prompt the men to now lying Jackaonvflle.Yours ISLCOY
[cOUr3ICATD.3] gallant heretofore known want-never lacked any of I pn
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., October 10, 1865 during the war, to date from March 13,1865. I the luxuries of life-are now reduced to pov make him a cheerful and willing laborer. j ReeU1. TH
K. Graham U. Having acknowledged his freedom, humanity -i F.X VA BRUN. HAS FOR SALE 'HAMILTON
General Charles THE
Brigadier Thousands of and children
women
In erty. Oct. about one mile Lower ,
Jtfewra. Editors:- making some excavations patriotism and self-interest will combine. U-2 HAt B.A fe Springs
8. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious reared in ease and affluence, hav-2 not only twenty-fly thousand leas,excellent
in the vicinity of the old PackingHouse i services during the war, to date from March lost their property, but their natural protectors to induce the statesmen of the South to adopt Dr. R. P. Daniel. quality and clean handled Sea mo Island C A a ,

one of the laborers dug up a strange 13, 1865. 0 have been taken away from them in this such laws with referenc to the negro boll of new Cotton bagging for packing ae.
UAVING resumed the of his There number
of
practice a Gins
be best to his profeaikm the immediate
interest a
promote and i CUD f
looking machine, whose properties were not Brigadier General Samuel Beatty, U. S. terrible conflict. Blame the leaders as we the interests of But II .JaTI.and Its Tclt may b found at ne"hbrho.and arrangement
Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services may, no generous man can ever find in his society. suppose that, rldee .Joseph b me for ginning aD packing the Cotton at
known, but upon putting the crank in rotation distrusting the Southern people, we take into Octlt-4tp once. JOHN
in the battles before Nashville, Tenn., heart anything but feelings of pity and compassion BW A. .
the following flowed forth. our own hands the task of regulating S.pt.tf.U.
to date from March 13,1865. towards these unfortunate victims, appalng FOB

It is but due to an enlightened public thatit I Brigadier General Joseph D. Webster, U. reduced to a state worse than death itself by the relations employer and and TEN 8A AND HORSES. 0
Also
employee-the task of providing for the in- WAGON S. MAIL LINE. ,
A
should be known, otherwise it might be S. Volunteers, for faithful and meritorious the ambition and errors of man. Here at LOT in the business centre of Jackson .
services during the war, to date from March the North the immediate effects of the war, digent, educating the young and compelling ville. API1 to the subscriber Fla. The .
atQC1. favorite Steam Packet
attributed to"Dark Lanterns. aU to labor who are able but indisposed to do formerly known a the
13,1865. have been less felt-there has been less destruction O lUt L'GLP. lOt.oh"n"named theHELEN _
Yours entirely, Brigadier General Edward E. Potter, U.S. of property-fewer cases of utter so. Aside from the heavy burdens it will

DOUSTERSWTVEL. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services and hopeless ruin ; still we are burdened imps upon us-aside from the contentions M. MYRELL, CETTY,

It is but just to remark that the rags alluded during the war, to date from March 13, with a heavy debt the effects of which will Congress and to which it will give shall rise in and Ship Agent, Commanded by Captain O. A. 'Ingraham,is again permanently "
1865. be felt by all classes for generations to come. 1 among ou people- we on the line between Savannah.Georgia,and
to in the last line, arc not supposed to refer not be likely to commit as And Commission General Palatka.Florida
Brigadier General Hugh Ewing, U.S. Volunteers The changes in the political affairs of our many errt ForarlcMERCHANT touching ft Darien Bn.S

to Packing House change bills : D. for gallant and meritorious services country, produced by this war, are not less perpetrate a many acts of injustice Marys River,,Fed. and all the landings C.8.MaiL o te 8t
be under the
J. R., spare that beef. during the war, to date from March 13, striking than those in our military and social Look perpetrated at the of the State authorities ? Bay Street, Sy.aoa Gera She will leave SaT c fe Thursday at 10 o'clock
1865. condition. The great question which for working institution now (second door West of A. Lw I .) A. M.,arrive at Friday,and returning
Pack not a single Rebs.cask Brigadier General Joseph B. Carr, U. S. years has agitated our country, which has in operation for regulating the affairs of the I II AS unsurpassed facilities, (in connection with Steam will. leave for Savannah every Saturday at 8 o'clock A.
the relief
M
Twill give freedmen. You often
Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services influenced all our legislation, which has created read accounts in the H bat Ship and Railroads and Adams Express Co.,) For Freight
or Passage
apply on
And swell the tnion task. during the war, to date from March 13, sectional parties and at last culminatedin newspapers a to the condition of affairs in for forai. & Bell, Wylly Christian or to ear.cement JOI 8 SAMMIS & C.b
It Union cow certain localities. You Gael
was a informed I
are 23 tf .
September _
1865. civil war, has finally and forever been put abut Savannah, Ga. & L. B.Davis .
( .Jao.
That died that beef to make; S. Volunteers the prosperous condition of a few C.
Brigadier General Robert Allen, U. at rest. The operations of the war having Augusta W. E C.Ma- 0
There, J. B., leave it now. for faithful and meritorious services demoralized and rendered the slave valueless, established for the benefit of negro childrenof con. S.M. Vere P. P. AtlDt J A D NOC 0
And for higher'! .l< play LreGr. &C.J.
during the war, to date from March 13, 1865. the States are now voluntarily moving to the they Grl.r, non-vine. Fla.! Teaadale* ii O the Honorable Judge of Probate of Duval T
their letters and R 1
of
When but a *"SUver Gray," Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls, U. S. entire extinction of the system. Most devot- the ardor with which they Hart, Palatka. P1*. [Ot '1a.. fo Letters of administration on the et CuDt. 0 _
faithful and meritorious sing patriotic airs. According to some of Eliza Baldwin,late of county,
With Rebels you were pleas'd, Volunteers, for services edly do I thank God for this result. I am -- sad d.
the to date from March\ 13 abolition the accounts the negro children are superior .
during war, confident, the slavery will provea fa
An.1 dream'd not of the pay to *'ir -*U- 0 ,WM.L. BALDWiN _
your own : he .1n NW STORE ON THE BAY.
1863. the slaveholder
eater blessing to than to .
Of cotton to be seized ,, &ptmbr 3 cW
bet in their sle
Get. :-al Teller C. WhUiLcr; U. the enslaved. With soil rich- 'pwaking '. .
Brigadier ; a surpassing I N -_
Bat seizing does pay well. VoTv.-teers for and meritorious hour is i_, .. ...,. >MEANDSEE.EDREHI AvX -. .* .-- .
S. gallant ness, with a climate equal to that of Italy, date T.wiU apply to the Acting
You can't deny it, Rem head of Geneirl Saxton and other di-'tinguiah- L) of Probate of Duval County State of Flori \
services in the campaign against Augusta, with a monopoly in the culture of the greatest I Jade
While with the iwellThats ed To da, Administration the Estate of '
badge:you public men. I this is PRANK & CO. Alexander -
many
Ga.. to date from March 13, 1B6? of all staples, the removal of that institu- presume Holmes,late of said county, deceased.
mark'd with U. S. SI. Brigadier General Manning F. Force, U.S. tion which has checked the development of pleasant reading matter, and it may serve to JOHN .

That old familiar bes.ztWhose Volunteers, for especial,:gallantry before At- her resources, and has driven energy, enter- convince some people the great problem is Next door to the Dagnerrean Artist. MARY P1CE.J. .

meat and hide and hair. lanta, Ga., to date from Stanch 13, 1865. prise and capital from her borders, opens to already solved-that through the efforts of WE HAVE just rel.e dir from New York, a September 23-6wpMACHINE

Has spread quite far, at least, Brigadier General AlvanrC. Gillem, U. S. her a career of prosperity which in a few Saxton and his co-laborers four millions of large and GD ad readymade
and CLOTHING of the best ; WINES SHOP FOFXDRY.
for and T ritorious service will do much to make her children ignorant degraded beings are to be suddenly 1
And would'at thou pack it there? Volunteers gallant years which we now to purchasing
My cred'tors lick'd me here, in East Tennessee and Wek Virginia,to forget the loss of life and property she has elevated, and to become educated, refined LIQUOR o e. cheap. Give 01e h. THE subscriber' having 1t in 1aDT.i
and patriotic members of society. You t EDBEHI, FRANK, k CO.Oct.l4. o execute i h le
1865.
My debtors call'd me rash date from March 13, recently suffered. The only impediment has business neatness and despatch.
seldQm hear of the tThe \
this foolish Brigadier General John W. Fulle.. U. S. now been removed which has heretofore prevented numerous cases where the JOHN CABDY.
"Forgive tear Volunteers, to date from March 13, 18w- us from having a true Union-one of freedmen have laid claims to the lands of P. S.-A fine Grist Mill is ate to the
But take my rags aa cash. their former masters and have in- Jacksonville Hotel, order,which p
U.S. quietly InrnlD
;
Brigadier General John W. Miller interest and feeling as well as of law, I be- wlb 0
The machine gave out here for want of Volunteers, for faithful and meritorious services : lieve the Union is now permanently estab formed them that they hold title under the (formerly known as the Florida House.) d1. September -tf

grease. at Nashville, Tenn., to date from March lied, and that as a people we are soon to United States government, and have persist- been thoroughly repaired and newly fur- DRESS MAKING.
ently refused to do anything but eat, loiter HAVING, now for the accommodation of the aU
brilliant Whether this open .
13 1865. a career. I
volunteer upon ES.c. SKINNER, INFORMS THE LADIES .
[The "Silver Grays"wa.sa company enr1 and A.
fail
sleep. They to tell ot the
Brigadier General Edward M. 1IcCook,U. carr is to commence at once, or b defer you cases t.WI pubUc.HDK In of.abonT that she,has"now in this
composed of the"solid men" of Jack- S. Volunteers,to date from March 13, 1865. twenty or thirty years, depends very where,just as the harvest was to commence, Oct t DRT8DELL, 1 plee.& to cuts fit.and lot in
for "home defence"of Samuel S. Carroll U. S. every hand has suddenly from U-t Propr.to.. te net and latest etyles..Residence o St.' ,
BonTille, and organized Brigadier General upon the course pursued by the general government diapper 1 For 0
the city, when the Yankees should invade Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services towards the Southern States. lithe the place the, leaving field. the labrs year to decay of- Southern Pie Lumber.. I occupied Waa Dn. 8tsn foery 0Jicksonvifle '.
the to date from March 13, is to in They to tell you ,
during war assume
government power
the St. Johns. As most of them were general great bands of people who leave their THE of Southern St 16 .
which it has before claimed to colore -
never possess, on which they will -
men whom the"frost of time" had touched, 1865.Brigadier General Joseph Hayes, U. S. and is to attempt to decide who be entitled former homes congregate in the citic* and which Lb. sell afloat o me yar.anne NOT. "
8hal and or settle on a plantation with- believe they hare the larrest yard in the States,
villages
hence the name of the company. The tall Volunteers, for gallantry in action, on the to the elective franchise certain and the sale Unit MAYING DISPOSED OF STU STOCK OF GOODS. -
form of the"U. S. M." conspicuous Weldon Railroad, Va., to date from March States if it is to continue to interfere in the our permission from the owner, seeking only unequaled flU fr. W ohb. fl preparatoy t closing np n y business in Jacksonville -
was always and C. ,
13. 1865. domestic affairs of the Southern keep foo utterly careless of the fuure. On Corner lit Avenue&89th Street&Wall a pn.having dl ap are reqnea.
8tt I ted to
at drills and paradestowering, like Mars Brigadier General George H. Chapman,U. ing military officers in the midst people very day I left Vickburg a poor wo .. New York. to me te. requested same to make a a parties indebted --

or the right; only, on the pinch, he did not S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious to act judges in all cases of dispute man came to me with a complaint that at. Broadway Bank,New.IC. Sumner Co. ment of the same. : F. K.tepy J''

fancy playing Mars, but by military strategy i conduct at the battle of Winchester, Va., to : between different classes of citizens-then let fifty negroes, not one of whom she had Mechanics k York .Ck. N.Y.I SepLIC, 1863-If Jacksonville., r '
I ever before seen had settled her ( and \
on aim
the dawn of and is far
date from March 18,1865. peace prosperity yet .
then assumed Northern NOC.E.
his Lumber
added another sylable to
the few
were eating stores she had laid
Brigadier General Joseph A. Cooper, U. S. in ihe distance. The issue m the recent war aide 0
character, and became "U. S. Mars-ball.ED. ."- Volunteers, for lant'and meritorious services was on the right of secession-the Southern for winter use. Our sympathies are due to Of every kind for sale by ALPESSAJ1BtCAUOYAGA8 \
in battles before Nashville Tenn. States for that and declar- the white a well a to the black race,thoughwe WILLSON- WATRONS ft CO., Grant"to Don Lewis Mattaif,Att O Box Branch,
UNION.] the contending right, 1st Avenue &39 St. *84 Wall 8t New York. and the bead waters Public .
-. .- to date from March 13, 18M. ing coercion upon the part of the gener have no constitutional right t control CLARK, SUMNER k CO., < c. .MATTAIL .
Brigadier General Charles C. Walcutt U. government to be a violation of either. The difficulties surrounding this Albany N. Y, Sept. 16-Impd. 4
We notice that the members of the firm Of S. Volunteers, for special gallantry at the and constitutional rights. The general eov- question can only be met and overcome by Oct 14-1m ::

J. S. Sammifl & Co., have been very busy battle of Griswoldville, Ga., to date from ernment, on the other hand, assumed that no practical men. I I an easy matter to theo A Company for the Potatoes Potatoes 0

for the past week in filling their large store March 13.1865.Brigadier, such right exist and treated the pretended rize on the subject ; to point out the evil 1A Rln -1
from OF REAL 50 rA'E
likely to the SALE ESTATE.
General William W. Belknap,U. secession of a portion of the citi rul policy adopt I Cr _
and ware houses with the cargoes of several S.Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious of those a States. The triumph of the the ; but it will be fa undenlge having associated themselves wit Now In.ar and fr sale Ii. quantities t suit purchasers .
zen ,
deeply laden scfiooners, just arrived from services during the war, to date from March government ha decided the question, and it difficult to suggest any other method not IRE Q1.of New York.under the style ad September 9 -tf Auction and, W. .
fact will 13 1865. will be made likely to result hi still greater evils. General \e
New York. A knowledge of the never again an issue ule we
Brevet Brigadier General John I Gregg, now voluntarily reverse the decree. we Howord, who stands at the head of theFma's bal EtUU and Emigration C.." GARDEN SEEDS
those wanting 'outlm
be sufficient nducement to
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U. 8. Volunteers for gallant and meritorious now say to the seceding 8.aLes, you have Bureau, is a man ofreat purity For the of selling
goods, to give them an early call services, to date from March 13, 18G5. been out of the Union and thereby lost your and will_never sustain a_system purpose JUST rl.e by ltmeiJ.nt a lot of Garde*

-. Brevet Brigadier General Charles H.SmithU. constitutional rights a States, we certainly WllCllC does not think productive ot goo; Real Estate and aiding Emigration, I wbc will AT AUCTION .

NEW STORE.-Messrs. EDREHI, FRANK & S. Volunteers, for highly distinguishedand recognize the very principle for which the ad yet after carefully observing the operations Offer t eml t all in Georgia and Jr September WC'; Sn .

Co., have fitted up and made extensive addi- meritorious services, to date from March South has been contending. But I am opposed bureau, I a convinced that who my de&l t kind of property, a -"
more evil than good will result from such, to give full 0
13,1805.Brevet. to all these measures for interferencein perpetuating cg upon 1..r ru.to DISSOLUTION OF PABTNEBSHIP.
tions to the store on Bay street, nearly oppo- it the lair of
after States
Brigadier General Henry L. Abbot, the domestic affairs of those 8tat not have adopted con GerlpU1 1d win do well to give u& of JACKSON k WARROCK, dissolved
site to where they first opened, and filled the U. S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious only because I believe we have stitutions prohibiting slaver. Each State a To, we have several THE 30th September, by| ..utacn.t. Mr.W.

same with a desirable stock of merchandise, services during the war, to date from March tional right to interfere, but because I believe is placed hi charge of commis- Cotton Farms and B.Ja withdrawing tlm Te b.ine
sioner. It is made the duty of the depart bodies of1rUu wl b cndc hereafter by te udee ,
which they advertise another column. 13. 1865. it will be unwise, impolitic and unjust to do Large patronage firm.
Brigadier General Eli Long, U. 8. Volunteers so-leading to far greater evils than we wouldcorret ment commander to detail such officers and ana Timbered Lands, hops still to merit a continuance. of the .th
I -- --- for gallant and meritorious services in One of the results of the recent war soldiers a the assistant commissioners may 1 Gt and Frd in the Itror. and upon O 7,1865. L.WARROCK.
well understoodthat require in the discharge of their duties. All Rie t Join 8t ad entrustedto i .
POST OFFICE-It is pretty action, to date from March 13,1865. ha the sudden emancipation of four Ha --
postoffice will be opened in Gainesville Brigadier General Alfred Gibbs, U. 8. millions of slaves. Of these at least one anda questions between whites and blacks a to ou cpo. .JON Ga. CAOTON-TO THE PUBUC. :

in a short time, and that offices will soon bo Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services half millions are either children without be adjudicated by an officer .r agent of the B } Thomasvra.' I HEREBY caution any person against buying or tra

established at nearly nil the county: seata- to date from March 13, 186 parents upon whom they can depend for bureau. This, of course, requires that one 14-If LEK.B FLOYD.Oct. }. Terrell IdlnilfOranYproperty&nthpouessionofaao., or any of his family .

Good news, indeed.-OainenSle Jfeto Era, Brevet Brigadier General Charles H. T. support,gr old and infirm people, having no officer or agent shall be stationed I each .JacTe 'I ._Oct: 7. i86 4tp ijunan.U.HUNDLEY.NOTICEREMOVAL. .

7th(1Ut. Collins, U. S.Volunteers, to date from March children upon whom they can lean. Of the county, or at least that they shl be 8 distributed NOTICE.

-- ---- 13, 1865. remaining two and a half millions,not one ina a to be accessible the inhabi CIX WEEKS AFTER DATE I WILL APPLY TOte .
Religion* l' tlee. Brigadier General N. Martin Curtis U. S. thousand can read; none of them possess tants. These gentlemen who are to act a O Act'g Judge Probate for Duval cout. for TaB SUBSCRIBERS HAVE REMOVED THEIR
for and meritorious services land. All have heretofore labored only bycompulsion judge in matters difference between the lett Administration o the estate _t so of goods from store No,4 By St to
The Presiding Elder having resumed,beof possession Volunteers gallant ,late of said county, where they
the JI.E.Church In this city, the undersigned is at the capture of Fort Fisher, N. C., to and, of course, have not acquired -I races are usually lieutenants rejected from U, 1865-4w d.c.Ot. WINNEY WEST. el'Aueo Sr are determined m to close out.
: 01. tey
thereby relieved of the pastoral care of the eonSrea'tion date from March 13. 1865. of industry or economy. They are the regiments on duty in the State. Each their entire .tok the next twenty
habit wit.
the worshipping there. and wishes with the to give earnest notice request to Brevet Brigadier General Adrian R. Root, now a land which has just been desolated judge, lieutenant or agent, a'you may b WANTED. days,regardless of CL go Cut mt, 1t
public that in compliance and traders would
of the colored members of said congregation! he b's U. S. Volunteers, for faithful and meritorious by civil war. The policy to be adopted towards plea to term him, has guard, and A GOOD BAKER of A1 Business CONFECTIONER, and ,ONE THAT Hat of articles, they t a sold cheap for
is master having a good lwi b
establishment. The
organised them into s society an congregation within services during the war, to date from March them is a question which should engage guar It commissary ; recommendation,can employment and good '
the communion and under the watchful care obtained Of lobe 13, 186i. I the best minds in the country. In the D)8 any section of the at Madison, O.II.P1*fn. JAMES nOER wq. Ladies and O.Shoes,Bt Shirts'Stationery.

Methodist permission Episcopal to use the Pmbyterian Church ; and Church having, will eontinue Brigadier General William P. Carlin, U. S. I solution of the question differences of opinion country spreads with,wonderful rapidity. A Oct 1'l86-i.m Madison, .F. (Playing Cards the, and, Tinware.Shoulder

to minister to them; preaching every Sabbath at Volunteers, to date from March 19, 1863. i must, of course, be anticipated. The plan of negro has a grievance against his employer 8tp bl.fe Cigars Army, NaT Barwa.. Stores,
10 L2 o'clock A.N:.. and at 7 o'clock P. )4. An.wh1t. Brigadier General Robert S. Foster, U. S. I colonization has been proposed, and has many orsome other whit person; he enter his r.w. 8ni J.r. Wluro.: Canned Ooois.Safes, Yaee C.Notn
citizens desiring to attend the ministrv of the word complaint and F. W. SIMS A CO., da Water for bottling .
Judge or Apparatus .
Volunteers for conduct in the field, advocates. I believe it to be impracticable order ..
gallant
will I
there welcomed. and be appropri ,
are cordially I the white white FACTORS' AND Wagons-new and second hand/Photographic
before
man or lady to
. ately provided with seats. I to date from March SI, 1865. and unwise. In their present state of Ignorance app Ambrotype Fish Hooks and Lines, Jcetc.. S..
The Sabbath School meet.at 9 o'clock A. M. Benevolent Brigadier General Ranald S. Mackenzie,U. and indolence their condition as a him and confront his or her .- General Commission Yerc) ants. C'e C.W. CO.

persons wishing promising field of usefulness teach S. Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious colony would be infinitely worse than that The' usual forms adopted in ou courts of jus* BAY STREET, 8VA'SA GA. No. 4, Merchants Row, ltoD Da Be.8.C .
are cordially and earnestly solicited,to engage as tice to ascertain dis And at :
DSAlKM IS
en. JOHN 8.SWAIN Pastor. services during the war, to date from March from which have just ben removed.The fau I case a Oct 7th We'. 'Ia.
Jacksonville}
______ .. ______ 81, 1863. need the example and aid the white 'r carded In some cs tie accused is at once MERCHANDISE, PRODUCE, TIMBER, L'DER __._ 1S.t B ,I
Question for tbe "Time" Brigadier General S. G. Griffin, U. S. Volunteers and the States where they now a need released ; In he fined twenty, fifty AND COTTON. FOR 9AIJB.AcresLa&d.la : :
for and meritorious conduct labor. The two or a hundred dollr The judge collects the Consignments a solicited and will received Inn Ann tracts tram one hundredtotanthonaandaereaembracing-.
gallantry
'. What went ye out for to see? A Reed in, the assault on Fort Sedgwick, Va., and the great rcwlrnaiaoate. fine and uuly it to his superior, I att rt Forwarding Business I U U,U U U 1
r. .
ma wi don
promptly 1m 14
uliaken by the wind. to be usd defraying- tie expenses of the OL some Middle
to date from April 2,1805.: main inthe Southern States. Stat l Oe mol nnb1 pitUo1m J
0
. -..- .. -a Brevet Brigadier General John C. ;Tibd&ll, now come forward and accept the total 'abO institution. The negro goes hoiac,| stopping WANTED da sold,o with many th m the are also, ep.I a.w .

The people of Colorado Territory have U. 8. Volunteers for gallantry and 'meritorious lition of slavery a one of the result of at each plantation and detailing the' particulars r YOUNG MAN WIHE'A SITUATION I ADryGoods and turpentine; ther. A. t .

adopted the State Constitution by a large tervices of Forts SLeadmanand Sedg- war. In their State which a of te cs other freedmen. Half the 11 Sre .aea. Valuable business and residence lot in this city,. >... 0
cnsttution
majority negro Pnflage.S excluding. the clause Authorizing wick, Va., to date from April 2, 186 'now being reroele every 8tte will a negroes that section( are at q'c seized Oct.'tO 7th For 18f leadnl.b.lUrt..JakIDTU.S.R.P..Fla- Imprered and unimproved..H! .''uccoBnc Ageui. 1 7A. ,

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most common' jivjiy: lo a'premature, S the Boston Traveller. i [.' I and other defects which operated to her dis. ,: :

: '. jrravc, and one of the shortest cuts to that I!I W c cheerfully give' othto the! followingcpmmunicaUon'roni'a I .arouT. OK TJ.nK\UD OF XAVALICJGLNKKUS.Sin 'ath"antagc-tor instances, the perfect stream i Wholesale! and RetailDRUGGIST ': f. ... H .?J' '. t
S -In obedience the circulating -
that
: to order of steam was pouringthrough
: the o
I I_ destination is' down n man's throat. There merchant..ojf this Ctr'1The 26tli July, for the competitive your trials of the engine,the l latter running at lightning !!t Ilolcs'alc: fc. KetaiS. .
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i is a multitude which no man can number,. ,writer spcakstmly; of the character of : machile.r of the steamer Winvotki and Al- speed-it is plain that if these drawbacks be .

daily eating immoderately, thus sapping the :.Ion; A. 1L Stephens, who is really one of gonqlb test the relative economy of fuel credited to her, her economical performance : DEALERS IX GENERAL

; constitution and laying the foundation fort th least objc tionnblc'of the prominent men power, we would state that the trial must be placed ahead of that of the Winowtci. Bay Street, Jacksonville. 1
commenced the 23d inst. This is solely due to expansion. The i
on Friday and gain
ia the rebellion and if favor we Would call the attention of.(learrn and crn.mmf'r"
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ex- illCHANDlSE.-
innumerable ills and too The engaged ,
a early added
grave. I I respectfully] make the folowing.rcpor:- boilers of the Winooaki, it may be as to bin largo anl telcct assortment of Drag latent

wise man does it, and the fool ; the virtuous tended to any of.them it should be to him.- Though not required your instructions operated in this trial, were much more economical Medicines,Fanc ArUdc*,11aiul, (IiI", Wiurtow Ilia.-*, -
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and the abandoned ; the kind and the cross We arc assured that under no circumstances to report} upon the trial until the than those of her rival, which fact Stationary &c., .'.('., a1l10P wI.kh! may bf:nsinl : .i i' ." '.

completion of thy same we believe be puts still more to the credit of the gain by SalphatcQuinlne, ,*
climes will he leave and that ho would t. .'II
of all! arc among the errorists. But the country, it'wi Castor O".l; __ 5.
i the
of interest to the Department to at the expansive action of the steam in
there anrsome who are wise ns to this rather be executed here, than live and die an ( rcamTat.ir, : ;
I point, 1 I this time, the resul of the first trial, which i Algonquin cylinder. C-llOTf: I. I ,! -

.' and the number is increasing ;;' the number of exile in a foreign land. A petition asking : commenced puipocc of ascertaining The trials between the AlgQlquiand luc: ?IaS'ulj,.. : .

( for the relative of fuel. Wmnooski have called forth an able article hnr, ._' -. .
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those who him the
arc and economy
men women of force ;.who privilege suggested by our correspondent 3nl'lia, &C' Groceri ;
The trial was commenced according to the from the London Engineer the JKnyimer

.. think.- for themselves, observe., for themselves; would receive the signatures: of programme ot the Board of Civilion Experts i is, very natvuftlly, in error saying that theWinovaki l'r.t'nt MCtiCiZ1
i
S who have: vigor intellect enough to .compare many of our mOISt prominent citizens : TIm fires was started at 10: 15 *. )f. of the is "an excellent example of the Towr.f-end's Sar!aj>anlJ8, S iS 11901l'isiou.: ri

: causes and effects, antecedents and con To the Jttitora f Uf Trvrclkr : 22d inst were hauled at 4 p. )f.-, and again I application of)[r. Ishcrwood's theory:' On Ayer's l1r1al'arma.Ayer's i .

S The s ( the regular trial of 96 hours, and the contrary, the Winooski's engine is nothingmore Cherry 1'ettora: !, Altvs at1IIMOtM .Yjn
sequents. There is constantly pardoning exercised by our Ayer's Ajruw Cure ,
coming to us power .
S continued until brought to an abrupt terminalion 'I than very fair example of the ordinary Indian (4olaol l", S Ji .

the knowledge of moth.rs, who, by the teach- Chief Magistrate.,goes on slowly; and no by the bursting of the Algonquin'sboiler American merchant marine pr.tcticc. DavN' l'a.n Killer, & f.illO{'.- S

ings of this journal, have been Iedto regulate I! d discriminatory, with an eye single to feed pipe, ( drawing of the fires The indicator cards of this engine rue the Ua y'KIcf1l1lU-J., .

I their households rationally, and arc reaping ':1 the poltcywhich he has adoptcdfcof re-con- from the boilers. same as those taken from our most successful 1'aljnostcck"Worm Candy.Yennifngc, ; l SJaf & Caps.Woollen.

a rich reward in the health struction. But it is remarkable that the When the accident occurred, the experiment ocean,.sound and river steamers. The South American Fever and Augue Kemetly, i \
shape for them- very had lasted .34 hours and 8 minutes-the point of cut-off shown by the cards of the Drown'* Es*. Oil ger. >
eehes and what is dearer still men. who have first come forward succcssful- whole duration Winslow's nothing Snip, l Ware.
: increasing ;( was to have been 96 hours. \\Yinoofki-about 4-10---is the one which the Life Kilsnm
Uyatt'a ,
health,.for. their children. !', *ly to claim Executive pardon are tho e who Owing to this accident, we cannot give the experience of American engineers has found Velpcan'i liemed y, S S S

t The first great point in this philosophy of; were the movers and IcadcVs: in the doctrine results ascertained exactly in the manner to be the most economical in ordinary practice Mustang Liiiiu.ent, YANKEE: NOTIONS,
ilr recommended by the Board of Experts, but taking into consideration the wear and I'ogcr Syrup, Liverwort amlTar, ,
ating is to perform that busi- !: secession ; while the petitions of some ofthos McMnnu ElUcr
S very necessary we can give tile,results as ascertained, in the tear boilers, engines, &c., ia the long run. Uritish O,}. BUTTER.CHEESE..

ness:with the greatest regularity A young j I 1 who stood out and did battle for the manner directed by your original order,. and Mr. Dickerson,. therefore, is not running his J'ateman't I)rort",kc., ftc S ,

Scotch trapper, Thomas Glcndy told us Hlir-I'! Union, ss long 3S there wa?: a hope left, remain -; which we believe to be accurate. engine again Mr. Isherwood'* theory, 01.cutting Photograph Albums, LARD.POIJK.
: In that order we were directed to the off at 7-10 of the stroke. but Ilaikframmon BOarJF.Blank -
that the d run againstthe n"o! ,
i ty years ago, Indians with whom he i i unact upon. :,
S engine seerllur to bring the fires into usual American practice. The competing ; FLOUR.
had been hunting, ate but once a and A from a Georgia paper, alluding I "Wallet?,
day, paragraph steady machinery: into engine, in fact, is simply a icprodjiction 1 I IL Mirrors I HOMINY

that was in the early] evening ; that then aS': i to the pardon of Yancey and others who working condion."T e were then to prpr of the American poppet-valve expansion L |t Hair, Tooth. CIi.tiShat!,, ing : : SUGAR.

single individual would consume eeml-I-j! took so prominent :part against Stephens nt mence noting the state of the fires. engine.-Army and J.\'ary.hmrllllT. .indWhUkPerfumery Brush I,&r., &. .5 5 COFFEE.

S pounds of meat smoke his I the of At the end of Ihe trial we were to leave the .. I Etc.,
pipe, lie < to inception tho rebellion, even threatenj ----- -- -- -
1 fires, steam pressure, water level ect., the Lubin'fl I CORNER OF BAY and OCEAN STS-
Extracts
I sleep, get up at dawn: hunt all day, eating j 'l ing him with personal violence for his advocacy same as at the commencement North Carolina, Night looming, Cereus, i S

L nothing until the night again. An.old beau I of the Union on the soil of Georgia, At.the time bursting the Algon In North Carolina, General Ruger has Fancy Extracts, Jacksonville, Fla.

; I if Washington! City took it into his head that 1 questions> the motives of the President in his: quin's, pipe, the fires in the boier of both I
S eating was a trouble, and that he would ;; partial discrimination. vessels were in good the steam L i den, that those persons to whom animals Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder, -
per- pressure and water level about the same as at ]have been loaned by the Quartermaster's Department Sterling's Auibrosia. Keuddll's Amboline, kc.,&c
I form that process but once a day. On occasions I Iof .And to us the wonder is natural enough.- the' commencement We consider that at 8 i for the purpose getting in their AND SEE
Candles.
) his being invited out in the evening, hejl} f these rabid secessionists are pardoned loi ) P. M. 2(1 inst, the engines of crops, and who are in indigent circumstancesand Gum Props. Sugar and Bnrnt Almond! Peppermint

S felt compelled to take something, although J i demonstrate the liberal policy of Ihe administration both vessels, having run about three unable to purchase animal, will be per-S. I>rops.Loz'nj1clIlc., &". Till: JVKW STORE OF ('. .\. {'.ASC& {'O.

he had eaten his regular dinner ; but then he {I i toward the people of the South, it L hour the fires from were the in commencement steady action, and of the the trial maclilnery ., mitted to retain next. them Person"until, however the first, who day arc ofNovember : Stationery.Letter JEWSLEUS, conNER nAY,\XI OCHVX,&TS.Mr .

would eat nothing at all next day. These j would certainly be more gratifying to the in proper working condition. able t(, purchase, or who liifvc animals of Note end Foolscap Paper t Q P('ek. Ca cliirin-". Wa'c.ni'i"ijr thi.! ,t.t.ixiten; lor George A

irregularities were he died j t true Union of both 'sections From this time to 11 r. M. of the 24th inst. t ta their will be liable White and Yellow I'm elope, f.1 has i months
very rare ; nearly j people to see own, to have Government ivn. Ink and InK<*!an.L*.1'laying Card, &c.Cutlery. :Ai opened1 Hboji at the above mentioned -
I few minutes previous to the breaking ('down animals in their' : e: #j place and will ho pleased to
eighty years of age, a sprightly and gallant hose men.who were opposed to secession, possession called in 31lJ sold, 'th '(.z)5; fl.hl frienda and ace
of the hope- to
gire the
is !51 same
hour
engine .
the
whenever
.lgon'lzn'8 such action be deemed
old beau to the last. On the other hand, and who maintained an untarnished may nCCC5sarr 6sijoiion in his work as heretofore: everything win
loyalty mean resuls o1which arc as follows, name by the Department. The General has Razors razor Straps Pocket Knive, an 1 Sw=ors. receive bis personal attention aiul to hope that an
persons who are regularly irregular, seem to of f tcnlimcnt up ,to the disruption, have,if not ly : i issued :an order to his troops concerning the experience of fifteen ,v cars will entitle him to the cr.n. ,

live a good while. Captain Hall least JIflOAj. : election to be held choose Tobacco.Xavy tidcncc of the public. .\ tine tock ot all,good in Our
lately stat a tit an equality A1Jnl/"il. to delegates to a
4 .. preference ofcl.'menC"at p Total time of trial in hours.. l. .. I Anderson's Solace and Amulet hue will he always on hand: and offfreU at rcajonableC.
: <-d to the Historical Soiety the case of some Hie hands of the exce the. 1. Tota' number of retolutlonsoiwheels 51 State Convention, which meets October 2, Kilhckinich, .'han .aiit \nitemm' Smf'kinsr Tobacco '. C'. ,\. ('.\ ,

Esquimaux .... ....... 45,H!..... 44,018. for the purpose of reconstruction. .r. -HOLLAXD.
who being carried to sea on a And in this connection the position o f Total number of pounds of Ruger frays his order is not published GeneralS Cigars ot the I.Cot brand. 'ltemb l&-tf .

cake of ice, ate nothing for the space of thir- Alexander II. Stephens suggest i itself promi ilenth' i- Average anthracite number. .of..,revolutions ...- 8,40.... '!,23: apprehension that the conduct of the troops Pipes.3fcr..cjauin -S- -. ( .aOUJ .". L'it _

t- days, when each man swallowed about All his efforts were for his wholecountryundividelL per minute._... 14.7310.,.... H.G71 would otherwise be improper, or that the -
\Vat
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thirty.pounds of meat and oil and neitherbursted Average number of pounds election would not be orderly, but that the Imitation Mer-,amn, ilnmil.er a ul .i) Jtvellti
His warnings of
prophetic hour .
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A*,' coalJr of ... 1576.5.. 1553.7. evil disposed, if such there be, may be fore- Bnernooil, i.oewi-o'l.l Applewood, Clay, kc. HAS t'fX( ,TXTLiOX hAND AND
t. erajjo steam in
up nor died. But observation has at the Milledgcville Convention, in thery boie] prcl8lI... .. . .. ... 16.8...., 70.79. warned and without excuse and the electionbe Diamond an J safety M-iubei?. r.S3.i -, (,old,tt..d isJvirait.t.. ajd Jewelry.
; hown that, both as to man and beast teeth of .. Also, a Roo'i asso -::..r.t r.f J S regularity an: overpowing majority-his imploring I. Average pint cutting off 0.475 0,11 beyond suspicion fair. He says no oflicer Liquor*. .Sj-rnjis. etc. Conbri, Hi u:tcs, -rjiuaerj.T; i >.ip. Iex>th Brasli-

S\ in the hours of eating is indispensable! appeals to the people of Georgia, According to the above figures, obtained or cnlistcu man will visit the polls, nor will randy p-i, Cut! rjy. incliulin, owe of th/i: :Iil.rat* d Wade-

S to n healthful from the log, which was accurately kept on permission to leave camp or station be givento I Sherry Wine, i.Hatcher Kaztrs lii-, thriving condition mal(in almost every city and town of his, both Tesl'li, the economical of officers or men, except in cases of neccs> I'oi t Wine, Cnp JftiuoraiKlitmi, 1'Mkft lvok.m"e5.. Putt JJoo; and

Most articles of fiiod require several hours, State, have been read and :applauded] byevery the machinery of each was equal performance at the time ty. Oflicers having command of troops will i-I Holland Whisiey(Gin, I twelve tv, (>lia ,liuiKlrt-ti.PhoiOgraps pjctilrrs.1lIJnm.Vi.'Uj.fioUjn.from lliuijit a.il

to be placed in a condition to be passed out true ]lover of his country in Massachusetts 1- of the t failing of the machinery of the Alyonquin at the request of the civil oflicers having i lil.'ickberry I'r.indy, Guitar:sfini.ii TalC jleasure-, (n;,: t:..-,... t.. one 1mnI -

of the stomach the water in her boiler had reached charge ot the stations, render all needful assistance Lemon Sj rnp, I tired JIeersthaum Pipe'jajdSesir HoMerp, Unbter -
and if
a I
; a new supply of food I[ and' throughout the whole XOJth-anl Vanilla Stems, Op !1H".col.elf., Joo iivur Itu-i ,la, ia-. *".
i i. introduced iK'fore density which required "blowing off," and:i for the preservation of order. If serious Syruj', \Ve have jijv' n '.-I" this of he Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple!
.. process* digestion, yet icmams :almost the only ]prisoner i in for the remainder of the trial) she would have .i disturbance should am'whereccur at Syrnr. I I Silver Cat.e Ilead-t. and a lot of those fine llo'.Tard

uf I convei'>ionls'completcd) the former food I IS Ii our mid t ben subjected to a considerable los of fuel] on the polls such disturbance will be at once I-aiii*'. Oil., 4't(-. Watchexiiuh... :r.t -Jii-ti 'i''..lid s.it--.t cU and .f"\
Clod elry tij>aire l on short notice
i inot Pied: out until the latter is broiurht While we condemn him for allowing himself account suppressed, and the guilty arrested, even if White Lead, i t and ti-rfactifiii intfltCtd.'Ark troia the ct>oa-

t to its own condition the result of its in any way to be connected with .Jel jT / easily runs the whole nine I such request be not made. Any person guil- Chrome Green I try will rwt t'I\f"lrnDIl.1-nd.'ttrefiilatt-n't>l.. It.'mem
; being Chrome Yoll vr, I her the hu' at the O1U: taud of .
i' e L' D. m' ct 'J "''
Davis his : ty-six hour, without a of tliischar- tv attempting, by force, to prevent an or- t I iastreet.
.
!kept is or party.yet duc him for his : necessity rrn''ian Blue, ; -J '1
warm
so long that it"begins to i i j .j
decay, great efforts to prevent deplorable acts I ;cter.I derly and quiet eh ction, or inter1'crin.therc.. Ited and Black Paints -

: ;rns is generated, and the whole mass is cor of f.ccf.ion. and for his policy in seeking a The machinery of the Win&oski worked with, will be punished with the severity due Unseed oil Benzine, t TOSUT1.K11S.fHi.u, : ..._".. .) (.OiIW' ,_ ",t.aD1s. _

rupted. Those who cat. often, who eat be-. convention. of the people] to wrest Ihe power j i throughout in the most satisfactory manner, to acts iu their nature essentially hostile to Window Shade. I'iuftf Paris, WiiiUnjr, \" fce. .I .- ( Ititj14: 1 L.3!..U\G .10 .Lu.--.Ta.LIR

iween meals, always have wind their from Davis, :and stay bloodshed and ruin by I'! showing it to be) durable) and reliable. the Govi-rnment, and to this end such persons Liquid Bine, I l tiM2t.sS: W..tiii.. :'.t. n.x\-; I'njj'! ,. :"r .r Okbe
on conciliator negotiation that some"Executi i*.: i i J Its arrangement is the simplest and most I will be arrested by the nearest miii'.a; 'y Petroleum! 'tlifir Iffle La* the very Lowf-nr 0*"* P" -:!.
e
Momach, and other places but if 1! CongreWatf r, I 'f.t.is.u. .k e.i.uraccb. a--ori..c4.t f f il liuiilie
; cannot escape clemency be shown him. convenient possible, and its economy of l commander.rlI1eSt: nir! "':'aliens: arc worthy I t"eI.:8.: : 'rL' -
,
fue SeidLtz I'ow tiers, i iu :; c M. ki t, c' ns;-un;: ot-
: it. causes a feeling of weight or i; equal to that given the complete of notice and prafce.t I I
oppresMOI ;- The quality of mercy is not strained ; by very Citrate of Magit-ij, Ladies-nd: Gent's Shoe Hoots Shirts, Stationery
: and this is dyspepsia, that horrid I droppeth as the gentle raiu from heat'en. sign. 'of the machinery of the Algonquin.We i ------ -- E:tract for ir.akiu; Koct Beer ic., &1'., f i'layin-tird: >, C1"' ". Tailor's Trimmings boulder!
hag S : are, n' obedient t June 10-if Str.ips for th<> .\rui> aim .,,i > Hardware, ,Tiuware,
very ,
: S \\ hic-h has a thousand ails in her train. Half] It l"es,
he It blesseth him that Rire" and him that takes : .' I Stoic 1'i'' c', "ann >d (;ood*,Safes,Yankee Sot jo.is. Soda
"girls" have dispepsia before they arc ""Tis mightiest in the mightiest I j Chief Engineer: HOUKUT D.\lY, !! The English papers are just now enjoying | I I Wjt r Appartia far botiliug par|>t's's, LlD.3

seventeen, in consequence of their everlasting t- It is true that the President has ('hiefEngincer EDWIN FITIILVX, the luxury several first-class sensations-' R. T. HAZZARD & CO. I)tI W a soiis.-new and second h: nil, Photographic >:ock.I .
I .
Auidn' C'aae Tish Hooks and Lines .
nlowedto Chief Engineer ) KELLOUU. the Fenians, the naval fetes, and the cattle ,I I pe cc. Kt.I
i
; nibbling at everything in the house. The Mr. Stevens al the indulgence : i IoHTDEI I I I; We UV UP to call your tttendon to tLc above : 1.:iv3 -
( lion OIDEOX WELLES plague the last ol \\hich furnishes matter for .
I be extended as a prisoner but it i is Secretary of the j in determined !o rt"tie from basines m the >. ,th
-
most natural and.healthful times for cqu1ly .
catiug Naatshiin'1.. D. C.Niw I reflections to our jtired sacrifice awl f
l very grave leetiting: [ w ; upon our stock *1I l lntlhutt"
that lIe is of .
true a man extreme
would seem to be at daylight, noon and sundown and con>tit'1tln. and incapable delicacyofjiiyifqitt' I YOUK, Sept ibcr 20, ISO,". i I iiie'nds. At last advices the ravages tf this I WHOLESALE DEALERS I ct rullusatiafattion.. !' .ta'la Siitlcrsa'epjaiicn'arl<.-eu.et.txve offer must;' iu.itid give 'h i<.>>

the last meal being H! hl indet-d. obiiau I strange disease were spreading into -very 1 examine 0 ir M k. .
; very ; ) ty sustaining the rigor ( bleak .- --- -' I II >
HaWs \\interinourharbor. t : '. quarter .of the United Kingdom, and I X. D.-All person indebte I to tB are ':ctf-iKy in-
Journal ; ion; Tost.
_g S of I- I Thf 1'qt ,J bade defiance to the skill of the veterinary IN STAPLE BHY GOODS forced. :U1: inauedi.te sett emeut must be uutlc.t. .
-- --- --- While we cannot ad\'ocal. luc :rdon of r The S : w. HEXXIS k c(.
economy trial between the The modes of treatment to
1 surgeons. app< ar 'i .
AerialIu any it-bel, } it ( !K- niaxn.uuntouand: : .1lfOl'nin I XoI.. >I rchdnl* Row.
Naviat1ois. noble in us to L be\( to that Massachusetts and Wtnovtki has for the pr&ent t 1- I be conflicting, and often rather wild. Two I. hilton lleatl,S. ('.
: lUaltet siy i Ayrshire to Miss Uurdett I and Xo. i. Street .: ul1e Fl.I .
September 186:3.IaSoloman cows, belonging I Lay ;
Andrew tliat 'no ted ; REID'S BLOCK SAY STREET '
!! :again.-t whom] the though (owing to the breaking down of> Coutts attended during their Mcunes- ,, An1\-tf.
4)!f Perth Amboy N. J. demonstrated of the agitators of eces1Oti has been were : I
by actual \Oi11 her engine) the former' vessel was tested during by one of the most celebrated veterinary surgeons -- --- -- --- --
cast, was the first in the Xorth to move in i 4 WHITE, SPRINGS IIOTEI-
experiment that he able
was to navigaten but fifty-one of the stipulated in England, one of them being so far
: of Mr. ninetysixhours. JACKSQXVILLE. FLA. '
favor
5': balloon Stephens. And it would redoundr II.tHn.TOA C..rXT\. tLt.T .
1 of a certain form either with '> I! betiefit The of gone that its recovery was pronounced im-' -
the
Board
to our as Avell as credit for of
Georgia, ofcallcport ItEunjiersigned takes pleasure iu announcing
agains-l the wind. The experiment was witnessed the Empire State of the South, i idolizes] hini! 1: Naval; ftates the two vessels I pos ible. An account which has been going i( the public that he i? prepared to accommodate to

by a large number of scii-nlilic and tt and the lavor of Georgia in a commercial: I i I did] about the same work with the same the round of the English papers, says that those seeking a healthful*nu plea-nt siination.
.of yic.is worth ( of after having been severely purged, they were : Our tables aro fnnuaheil with the best the market of
:
practical men who;admitted that it was perfectly tS- point :securing. I quantity coal drenched in the course of a week with "eight the country will afford- .
New York has four lines of steamers Though it .. course, a matter of He comlortable hacks
running Yrgf'llt S GROCERIES: S ; had rrnming1 fa connection
'fisfu1. bottles of twelve bottles of "
1'itCC Notwithstanding tins, however, to Savannah laden with goods, and returning J I pecuniary interest to Mr. Forbes whether whisky, brandy, with every train, b ween this place and the Railroad
.
the public looked on the invention with distrust with the products of her rich soil- or no the :('nU machinery"of the Mr/on thirty bottles" ofportwine and other strong ;'S. ":rh t depot at \\ born. S
.
drinks. As the result of this somewhat cx- '\f. : W. \ TUR.XER. Proj'rietor.Ju1y22.it .
cotton;rice timber &c. Boston rfn perform what it contracted to do and .
and all )Andrews' efforts to get' has none.Besides .- SHOES, r S 5 tf.JUST
l -
Charleston being almost outcommercially be allowed to remain within that vessel, and pensive spiritual treatment, one of the sur- _. S
--
practical men to take hold of it were unavailing : 1- Savannah is bound LloUet the he to receive the ballance of the stimpulatcdprice geon's patient's patients died in a fit of ddi- i RECEIVEDTA -- ----


Last evening several scientific gentlemen leading business point for to and the important issue involved in this luIL tremens; the other, whose dissolutionhad : -: -
us regar i ; HATS -: .: '. 1 1i I
00' Full
been I of Goods ofDrY
Cie confidently predicted recovered ; Cargo Consisting
,
'
heard Mr. Andrews' explanation of ii Georgia to-day has probably more of the economy trial is something very ditlerentawaited from the disease, but exhibited all the '. ; .. \. Goods '. ,
from this. The scientific symp S
manner: in which his aerial staples of recuperative. wealth and epic r- observer S _. .
machine ;
was toms of been ; SI .
J left thAn/ the trial with interest because having on a "high old spree. C. : CJrorcrlcs.
prise of the other Soul]Ii- was regarded : .:
ooiittructed, and witnessed a number of cX.1: : cm States. fmy-thr'1 t as a contest between j. Isherwood'a! We agree with the Pall Mull Gazette in doubting i FLOUR : :. :. J : Hardware,

pl'rirnent all of which tended to canvmrcthem The extreme animosity manifested by the: .expansion theo1'and the extreme opposing whether it is desirable to be an EnglishmIllionaire's I S S Stationer. }*.
at the crisis. .. S 2sf4f ,J ;'r' 5' Root ShO"S.
It cow present --t'1c nnd
that the successful aerial people of the Souih towards Massachusetts, theory. known that Mr. Isher-: "
era :' .
navigation
\ wood has.conducted; under the York'limc : .. ,.vi S ROPE : 1tt.. tc.. Ac. .
and rice tersa, has turned the channel 01 auspices of ,
is not far distant. iff'-ft ; S At Wholesale and Retail.
very trade to New York, and \\c notice that the the Navy Department, long and minute cx- I S S

)Andrews said that all he claims to Inn clone press of this city, haying her interests at[[ (' men Is to nscertal the mot economical A Liverpool Dispatch : S COTTON BAGGING! ,f : omc 8. S-UDHSi-CO..
says r
S i is to convert the perpendicular motion heart, within the paM week, have been I I I point of cut.of. It is stated that Donald McKay, the well- ':.''.", ... :; : Fonmrding. and Cpmtnion llerchan
I
The these S S Jackson'fill, Fla.,
of the ordinary balloon into a horizontal one. preaching charity, lCflCVOICflCC, and the cultivation .1 from experiments known American, ship-builder, 'is in close S S j S
have formed the }basis of f* 4-d'-: Expected soon to arrive Xew ful
elaborate from York.a
of fraternal an ,
: a which'if ,
feeling reestablihed communication
with
lie demonstrated that this papr. the Admiralty on the 'n r.s. LIQUORS, :>. ) i I|
depended entirely by Mr. cargo of Goods.. .1.5-S t CO.
would unite -Commercial I l Isherwoo upon expansion. subject torpedoes, which are to be laid J J .

upon the shape of the balloon. The ordinary interests Boston with the South, and redound essence reached i is this: that down in the channels to the English harbors ._July :.- : .- .

: spherical balloon rises perpendicularly, while to the benefit of our largo manufactories the most economical point of cut-f is at I in the Case of war- t2S: Ca-b or GoodspaSd for "Cotton" at the market WANTED. .

nn oblong one-a cylindroid-will rise al anslc ; and, to effect this practically, we believe seven-tenths of the stroke. accordingly Thc Iprp-nlo Mr. McKay is exhibiting to prices. PERSONSTT1I; NECESSARY ME.VNS TO JOIN S
_ S there is nothing that lend I } expands but three tenths While, thc British Lords is the S A with
S wouId.heter same thing which the owner cf a large trict'of fine"and abundant -
of At.ont forty-five dcgrcs_ fly placing to heal the breach, than a I therefore, Mr. lahcrwood does no\believe in Gushing used to blow up the Albemorle, and pine.1mher oh the Satiila River,Georgia ia erecting -

c two or Ihree, 'cylmdroids. tog-rthcr.tbis. anglemav t at 3ir. Stephens be released on, parole,,'I thc commonly-received expansion, the same which was experimented on in 1. T. IIAZZARD fc CO. Lumber a Stenx Saw Mill and carrying on the Slifflngr and
Mr. business. The ia i the zaitkt
Dickerson carries them point proposed [,
be reduced to about fifteen under hond, or in'snw allowed to return to their extre New York harbor last winter and about of
_ degrees.IaUral way a good lamming oantry-and the ttiver and Bar are
\\r. With
motion is controlled in the to hia hOD1fnnd tbcreawa1tCthe ...ral I i mest ioint unusuly. high pressure which the reporters made so much mystery. of snfflcieat depth to admit ((!-* drawing fonrteen
same of Jeff.! to tie order : for practice, la ut at the short The only valuable feature about this September. 9-IfFURNITURE. feet of water, .I

way a; that of a !!iip; by' means: of a small 1 Chief Executive. This would not only serve: "st point ever attempted such practc. ds i is the use of an air vessel which torpe-first 4 For partiebUrs apply to
was .
1i F. FLOYD,Ja ks Fb.
_% rudder. )[Andrews showed, List evening, to oneiate the people of the whole South, The actual trial, however, has contrived and used for the mammoth torpe- [ Sept. 21tu'S S nTiUeo.

whot and hopes turn to their Mr. Isherwood has not put his theory of cut-, does culled "devils" FOR
greatconservative constructed for SALE.
that model)
4 n .anachine: could.be maflo to m vi. : & Instead blowing
: statesman, now in :; oi'in mpetton. of cutting of up the obstructions in Charleston harbor.

ijatc the length ofa couple of ordinary rooms i' but it would spare him the "epti\it has ut.of at about The report Commander Stevens, who tested A L.HGEND EXTENSIVE STOCK [ TO OWNERS OP COTTON.

I rind that a very small rudder perfectly con- ait MOl during the winter at ForI 'Vat- tenths, and the indicator' of the Wi"noottfii one, showed that they were tremendous -0-

Us u1 thereby incur a debt gratitude do not differ materially from thos instruments of dcslruclion. I 01.IXl'I.'t..RE9:
ruled movcnvnK To descend all lhatii I'm" anil J. .
JI / I
: taken from American J/'g 1 J[ nXTV THAT THE
LAnai QrAXTITY
to Boston, which he could not &il to apprc- ordinary paddlewheelengines Journal. JUST RECEIVLD WH OP
OX
; n(,**:!' 5 j. to make a slight alteration .in i ,cLite.; A .. fitted with similar valve The i ..CONSIGNMENTAT [ 5I COTTOX: \.Uith WE".u aiM ctol iu South
UEPciJLC.X.e.e gear. -. -.-4.r I W\ <'stern Georgia and t.e!
the 'positionf the ballast and to let out a ',- -- only difference is that the ut-of 1 a. trifle The WELLS' At"CTIOX1 COMMISSION STORE:, j J I .nntry i will require :0'nu;et'led cn>dtli; .>n of fie

;rF1rYu1: lUaU quantity of when the xipward I Do ho n<>o* Gather honey from Flow longer.It Montreal Herald says that Canada is COJC5IST1VC Or A FTLL VARHTTT OF f '
gas ESTABLISH ..
is matter of that Mr. being A HOUSE ATIf .
depopulated. The
Isherwood
regret
Catholic
end of or-*. Bishop of and Chairs tlouble and single Cottage
the Bet
pointing machine points" downward Tables
( put his theory to.the full test, since Toronto ]lately stated that the loss of every st.-le. Enameled! Chamber I APALA\CHICOLA FLORIDA
;S and n rapid}but safe descent is effected. We doubt it-we have always doubted it. it has governed the steam enginery of the en great of I ture, Looking Glis-e., one bun.lre
4' S\ Mr. Andrews desires to interest practical I We are sitting now as wo write under the tire new screw navy. The chief of the Steam people which his diocese had experienced Mattresses My orders, Lounge ure to clo btds." tl.e wash above Kttu.III! "., tc AC. I I I ,to for oitrh tinpurpose,'n.c*at of Liverpool re-civin,and anl;vwo.tbTTv-iriliOTRil.:. CXtoa:
onsigumeut imme
iu<'n iu'his discovery. .I or. .he wun of $12- branches of a chesnut tree, among'the)leaves Bureau has been fortunate in having Mr. prevented him'from rebuilding St. Pat rick's diately; either at Private or Public sale. The public' I I Wo wit) '.e nsisociated at that Isotiltih t.' t" r.t
. Dickerson for a competitor, but. the science Church at present He said : "The are reapettfnlly; inTiteil to tall aid examine the :* i cmin nt b <5iai !g men of the eountrvvwho wIll: \ 'iv*.
of which
tlO) a machine could bo constructed large, the bees are buzzing merrily. They ofsteam-erigineeriiig has been by young and tsecuro --Te.it b&rrain; at I I nore.compress aivl lorwurd cuasJjnxin9, pay taxn -
no '
--- after meansso men are leaving the country in direc WELLS' Anctiou and Commission charge:and ntafee .tjv*ncei .sipmi t->
are not Jhe flowers, for the fortunate. It is every Store, upon : i.->
enough to carry half a dozen persons to Philadelphia flowering undoubtedly that Mr.. tion." KeptemberO WAITS. CRCO... New Yort.! *.\ C. WATIS LtCO.Ltvei
lib
; and back. Ifthis be season has long since past. I is mid Au' Dick Ion'has aimed to represent theories clergy at the last retreat had pool,or( .W.\TT\CO.,X.lrYr8l1:4.
f sum can assured whcb'the latest marine sustains given him a census of their parishes. At the SEE.n"J J or will forward Cotton on theREASONABLE
him lie offer to make over two-thirds gust; the burrs are an inch and a half in (1- advocates practice CALL AND
.higher"measures of last MOST
expansion government census, in 1801, the Catholicsof TERMS
ameter. What the bees after? Not
are the
; of his right in the invention and and of
patent will]I greater presure steam than the SUBSCRIBE .
diocese of keej.a
S undertake navigate the machine on her chestnut burrs surely. We have just examined have been found in the long run to be .successful Toronto numbered 42,000 THE fule a large assortment conawntly or on Land and where owners. prefer. 'tonai nto, oiler Loa:-.

first ,'oJnge.-1\: Tlmft. i t and SQl\'o the question The leaves I in practice. The trouble is, that 3Ir. souls. By that given oil the occasion referred Dry Goods I Bagging and Rope Furniohed,
Dickerson to it .
found
utterly lacking practical know- was to contain only80,000..
arc'covered with "hQ 'dcw and have i ,R&Ipptctn )
--- ---- we ledge as a has : rely cpun prompttttraiJ*. <.ktdurvns .d
Meerschaum Is made on n large scale in L observed in every go.1! season for honey that I the Algonquin's constructing steam engineer, planned In Toronto City alone, Catholics have gone Hats and (:i{>s.Clothing I ;'alronll.\ e u1kiictL .
badly as E. :M. BuucE, MOROA Co.
machiner
n to the .
I Xcw York by saturating carbonate of magnesia this substance was nbudant. And s we' he has done everything has undertaking away States to obtain employment to i l tS ept. ltf- lra. A; aUciuvota, li4.J .i ,.1.

j in silicate of soda or soluble glass, 'care 'have observed in-scnsons when there was no in the engineering way. If he had the number_ of 4,000. We have, therefore, _

'holeJdcth everybody said, "What spoor L been satisfied to copy the best but 8,000 left. In Lower Boots : IJIJIE.LIL i
in selecting good quality of magnesia and[ season for honey!" Now we close practice, simply applying : paddle-wheel Canada it was much and Shoes, Ui-EL, \. l'

silicate being the only requisite: for success. with a repetition of the question, "Do the bracing the! boilers for Uoj a high| s, drop pressure cutoff the same. The people were leaving it in Groceries, iA For S-nle. ,in quantities to snlt pnrchssets ll. X'. 'Mt.rr.Fornandizi ,hrS .

I The profits are immense:1: as will be teen. bees gather their great store of honey from I and introducing proper means for superheating tens of thousands. Similar statements in re .Fla., April ?rt, 1863.MA1ttti.l'0U1DE.YOUNti'3.

Magnesia costs: about cents .the flowers?0'iE Tribune. we might have had entirely different comments ference Lower Canada have appeared infill Crockery, ---
i twenty-five
,
per .
GREAT PHVSIOLOOI.VI -
t- -- 5"- -- --- to make on this trial.
,
5- up Mr. the French
pound, silicate, of soda even less. A pipe! The moral atmosphere J ui'svHc we: might also have paved the steam machinery Forbejs Canadian papers. S. Hardware, %.:e. 5-13ein UI ; a Erivute.W\Instructor>UKrof every for Married one his own Pe.son Doctor? or

made of the 'foam of the se.i": as smokers should judge to be the which it is now very plain must' come out of -I sit of which, ho offers at the very lowest price at those aiioutto Marsy. both Male and Fernae,1a eTa.---

verily believe;costs for material about five Journal, says. It announces "three' more the Algonquin, if the Department holds. l him to 30,000 ActE.OF. ,LAND TOIlBEST L WHOLESALE AND RETAIL thing 'oncenihic the phyaioIoRy and relation of oar
S ; and tthcm by '. the tennis 6tthe contract. flflflACnES OF TilE at the old studon Sexual 8} stfin and the'Prodaction or p-e! ,euuoji >>i
murdeN sayingevery S IMPROVED Hay "street. '
: rents leaving the balance labor.An dismi .UUU lauds. (Offspring: i -lndin aU tli 8 new div.>ri.a ne>e3
in Middle
-. S / exertion J)y the ,authorjUes It cannot, however, means be and East ..Florida for S (1IIAd.SLIQEfl. fore .ien in the *,
'.,! I : bi / y,any argued 1113. Parties wishing to settle or purchane Jacksonville, Fla., Oct 7.-t.f EiiftU*)! IAU{U :.,by Va.YO4& >-
) to abolish tlieign'rmo''hcb terrifies from"the results ol.this economy) trial And it to their advantage to address land will I D, 'rhl> is.reliUy \ttluableand Interesting vrorS.It .-
S J Impellent i'bby, waiting t for* the' grist," onr morl sense that;the non-expanslon \licory' has been sus cation to injure prompt attention mnst 1AU have communl.enclosed LAND-- U written in plain laugna for the general reader
and
4 l\ltl to the mtUer.uI could eat the meal as of the country, but human means seem to be I- tained.' Even the Board of Naval Engineers five August dollar 19- S. P. RICHAIIDSON & CO., I AGENC_ .. S Ting illustrated. All yonni;with married upwards people of one or those bun lrl1l1 coaien.pl.t-(w rll-

t .. fast as the inn grinds It." "How long could"jou employed 'ia Vain, and"we hal have to cr. admit.that the Algonquin actually peformed. tp Madi on,For1da.BLA.Nl ., A. :H. 'McCORMICK tinsr marriagre,and taring th leist trnpedlmeut to
mit blood-stained wretches retribution the same work with tho same fuel her5ompctlt married W, shoald rn ad this book. It dwclose b-
; as
t do sn r Inquired the miller.; "Tilllfitarrri -, FOR THE 'reta that every one should be acquainted wi.t, StJl
S
God. ( SALE
of an avenging -Mantti ,_ r. Considering, therefore, the exccsjve'bnckprep8iife -. BILLS OF LADING FOR SALE AGENT PURCHASE it it book that t locked
,Ii- a : inn be up and not Ifo -Out
.
( to (1f'At1I..w81l Ffl1TRMTC f reply.1 : I,fl(' rr' % in Algonquin's cy- 5 AT THE!UNION'OFFICE. 5 '. of Lands in Florida... ; ..' / .S. the hcuse. fit will be'tent to any oa'e on the rf''cipr
Address : Jacksonville, Fla. Fifty Cent AddrekS Dr. WM. YOUNG Na..A1G'

Aujnist 2(1( ::1mp Spruce Street, above Fourth,Philadelphia.ptmr .
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