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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 21, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00028
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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(' 4fll mi M Rio n. M:.er cjhant! *** [From tile Atlantic Monthly for October.! EAST: TENNESSEE AND TIlE 'D.RIUES.f doug continuance in East Tennessee will be and thus secure once more to the people lv unseen:unknown. i. ; _

LAY ST.. JiCEsoanLUEi Sooner or Later. President Johnson will remove all the productive of no good, but of much harm, I thereof the immeasurable benefits and bless And unlamented let me die '.
have written to President Johnson to remove ings of the Union. Nor mound,nor monument,nor stone, -} .
I WILLIAM: O. JEFFREY> troops from East Tennessee before a great them f 6 those localities where they are need Allow me to congratulate you, gentlemen, Tell where I lle.i '., -

i (' () in in i H'S ion 1\1: ere It n ut. BT HARRIET E. PRESCOTT. while, and the colored people; as well as the ed, and where the people were a unit in upon the favorable circumstances which surround His death was quiet and painless, after a .

JACKSOSTILLF, FLA. whites, will have to take care of therr.s ln's.I I bringing on the rebellion. Indeed I have informed you, while engaged in this great work of and mental suffering.
acute
Sooner or later the tttonns shall beat physical
the President that need- of restoring the State to her former and natural year
"FKANKLIN DIBBLE, Sooner Over my or slumber later the from winds head shall to feet rave; A portion of them I know and I feel assured ed in East Tennessee of any no color troops, and arc that position. I is my firm belief that the He was a strict churchman; a man of qniet r

4"oniintRslont Merchant In the long grass above my grave.I they will be industrious and quiet citizens, the loyal people and the civil authorities arc policy of the President in this relec which manner; :handsome declaimer, and a fir" r

JAC'ItIlO"lLLE, FLA. shall not heed them where I lie. providing for themselves and families. The fully able to preserve order and take care of as just as constitution scholar. He was re wealthy, and i .
the et
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1'fiIICI'pun'Lased or advance* in Cub or Bnpplien, Nothing their sound shall signify great majority of them will not,and will get the country. The Bench, from the County itsrlf will approved United by States get understood that he left,bis family without an
ma.te 011 consignment to C. B. Dibble,New York. Nothing the headstone/of ram, Court up to the Supreme Court,is occupiedby body of of the. ;
"" Nothing to me the dark day's plain. into trouble-many of them will break into loyal j judges; the prosecuting attorneys are that the period 5 not distant, if we are true independence.The '

CALDWELL & MOIIIUS, Sooner or later the sun shall shine the Penitentiary They will fail by their loyal'men, so are the sheriffs and juslicc8nnd! to ourselves, .and propc'rly regardful of the time has come when the circumstances .

, M'tCKSSORS TO BREWER & CALDWELL, With tender warmth that mound of mine ; threat violence to accomplish any good, : we arc prepared in East Tennessee to preserve reasonable expectations of our friends in other of his last illness and death, with the occasion -
Sooner or latter in summer air. States, when our Senators and Representatives '
onhr without the aid of
I and he is their best friends ho troops. "
t't..ITTnCTrn AND GEXERU- COMMISSION Clover and violet blossom there. \\ advises againstthis -----.-- will resume their seals in Congress, and which suddenly convulsed : frame j .

!MERCHANTS 1 shall not feel in that deep laid rest, course of conduct Colored soldiers in FRO3I SOUTH CAROLIXA. when our State will enjoy, in common with from perfect health into, a wreck, and mere '

The sheete.1light fall over my breast, Federal uniforms, with guns in their hands the other Slates, the protection of just laws shadow,may mentioned a historicalfact
tJO Old Slip, New York. Nor Convention-The State 'on.. In the b a .
ever note In those hidden hours rrE'mal under the our fath'r.
must not suppose that East Tenncssecans will William Yancey came to his end by
of Advice.
The wind-blown breath of the flower
ALPWIiL I B. C.JIOKItIS, 3R.Augnt lossing .t"nHon-Leter touching language of your most worthy presiding L
H. B. GmCIU Sooner or later the stainless snowsS b intimidated by them or suffer their families Corl'c.rnlenc of the New York Times. officer, "we are going home. Let pain- violence. I was tow the close of the .

: r. iall add their hnsh to my mute ropose ; to b abused.I RALEIGH, N. C., Sunday, Oct. 1, 1865. ful reflections upon our late separation, and second session of : Confederate congress

!!. A. FAIKCIIIU i. A.'. ROBTV!ON.DILVLKUS Sooner And heap or later my bed shall with slant their and dazzling shift, drift. know these,people, and I know they will The convention' of the freedmen of North pleasant memories towards of our the early old union mansionthatwe quicken that he broke from the counsels and J :: tc

,,nCt'JIILD << BODll'I'I"IO" not submit to be Carolina; oar foot steps Mr. Davis;i and became; Mr.: :" i
1 Chill though that frozen pall shall seem, run over by negro soldiers. has been in session in the:Methodist may grasp hard again the hand of friendship influence jpf : .;:

: IN Its touch no colder can make the dream And knowing this, I desire to keep down any African Church in this city since last Friday. which stands at the door; and sheltered Henry S. Foote, a leader of the opposition.Mr. .- ;

(iJ:: CRAL MERCHANDISE, DRY GOODS, That Shrouding wrecks the not city the of sweet the dead.and sacred dread conflict between the races. The East Tennessee About one hundred and twenty delegates by the old homesteads, which was bui upon .} Hill, a senator from Georgia, had -

CifiOfnjMES, HARDWARE,ETC., ETC.. troops, who have fought three dread- from different counties and townships in the a rock, and has weathered the tors, enjoy likewise changed his front, and was remarkable ,
Sooner or later the bee shall come together the long bright future which awaitsus.
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PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Sooner The blue or.bird's later on warble half-paused about me wing.ring- privilege coming back to their old and have not, been very interesting except to the I take it for granted, gentlemen, that you persistency with which he sustained the -

s'J.t..mlK'r 9 -tr cherished homes, are not the men to be ran lookers-on. The organization was effected will insert in the constitution a provision r- measures of an administration to which hi* ,
_ King and currup and whisUe with glee, ever abolishing slavery or involuntary servitude .
n. u. AXDREWK.-- -- Nothing his music means to me, over by colored soldiers who came into the without trouble and with but little unnecessary in North Carolina; and that you will allegiance had been given but late i the day. -
None of these beautiful
shall know
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AW. How soundly their lover things sleeps below. fight at the eleventh hour. And those who delay. A President, seven Vice Presidents submit the constitution, when altered and :11. Yancey, it will be remembered, had returned -

have the immediate control of the colored two Secretaries, Treasurer, Chaplain amended, to the people of the State, at the from an unsuccessful mission toEurop
,. Sooner or later, far in the night. I do
JACKSONVILLE FJOJfil'tlIoql \
The stars over me shall wing their flight: troops, and are in daily conversation with and two Marshals constitute the officers. ballot box, for ratification or rejection. and was representing Alabana in ,

77of.V; oreProrost 3fnr7tar. Sooner or later my darkling dews them well understand this fact The conducted in not doubt hat the constitution, thus altered senate) .
as at proceedings arc '
Catch the white spark in their silent ooze. may a dignified and amended, will be ratified by an immense Confederte -
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:-\"lt. 2 once. and orderly manner, with a regard for majority of the people.I The question of a nlv was under discussion : -

.. ... OOI'CB. H. BI BKE. That Never wraps a ray me shall round part the in the gloom kindly tomh : WHITE AND BLACK RIGHTS. parliamentary usages which is most assuredly send herewith the report of Jonathan in secret session. The debate ranged .

coorot A nisnEE, Peace shall be perfect for lip and brow Loyal men in East Tennessee concede to unexpected. Some of the delegates, par- Worth, Esq., Public Treasurer setting forth beyond the parliamentary limits, and Messrs.
Sooner later Oh !
or why not now the State debt, the condition of the sinking
ATTOHNliYH AT LAW, ---------5. the colored people their freedom, and the ticularly 3Ir. J. II. Harris, of this county, exhibit fund, and also a general view of the State Yancey and Hill became animated over the

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ttffirf THE NEGRO AT TIlE SOUTH. right to enjoy: al they can make, or even re- intelligence of an extraordinary character ; finances, both at home and abroad. Also, abstract doctrine of state rights and the.divinity ,
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from the banks and railroad
-Stamd".Sfry, Summit' lilnckpJ anze lri u me am 01 me government, end and all, with a few exceptions, have reports compa- of slaveI. high words passed, and _
A Lifelike Picture drawn by the Loyal nies showing their condition :find reports
;
Cm. the still further privilege of their evinced the lie given 3lr. Hill. Mr. .
>tcrabor 9 Uoiernor :Brounlow of Tennessee educating a remarkably conservative and conciliatory from the Superintendent of the Insane Asylum finally was by

A. DOGtiETT, fed of Radical Teaching Portrayed children ; but they arc not prepared to see spirit in their references to their late and the Principal of the Asylum for the Yancey leaped forward, and as he aimed a ;

Negro Troops to be Withdrawn. all their churches and school-houses turm.'dover masters. Resolutions rejoicing over the Deaf and Dumb and Blind, contoming statements boat his adversary; was caught in the \
ALSO NOTARY 1'tlBLIC,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
[Brownlow'a of the 27th uIt. to them, and the innocent white children of the condition of these institutions.
Whig ] emancipation, the recognition, of Hayti and arms of the latter and :.violently thrown back
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Thousand of free colored are con Union parents, who never owned auy I also send herewith a report rroni the Public I
Will tU'iiJ to all matters connected with noting And person slaves, denied houses of worship and housesin Liberia by our government, the admision of Treasurer in relation to State property; to over a dek 3Ir Hi'is : man of wonderful -

(-xten
$ptt'mbf'r*. 23 Cm Tennessee, and thousands are coming in from teachers,.upstarts from the North, Supreme Court, and the amendment to the invite your careful altenlion. very heavy, though lithe.and aetvl.- t

other States, one-third of whom cannot get out of any employment, have conceived the federal have been Reso- I wi afford me pleasure, gentlemen, tofu In the fall his spine was injured .
adopted. seriously
S. NI-IXl'EC, Indeed less than one-third idea immortalizing the negro ? There arc consttution you with any inlormation in my pos '
employment. those of us here, claiming to be on the side lutions were also adopted pledging the freed- session which yon mav desire;and I beg you and when the bystanders rushed upon the

A'lTOHNHY AT LAW, want employment, or feel willing to stoop to of the Union, who still think, notwithstanding men to attend the..education of their children, : to be assured that I will be ready at all times and dragged the ne from the other,the I'I'two

GAINESVILLE, FLOHIDA.Vill work. They entertain the erroneous idea the result of the war, that the white child to sustain the and the Unionand to co-operale with you in such measures as great fire-eater lay unconscious upon the I
\ attend promptly to all cosca before the Military is as as a black one government be deemed essential to promote
that the Government is bound to supply all good may harmony '
Court at Jacksonville or Lake CitJ'. approving the course Messrs. Chase, Sum- State with a little trickle of blood oozing ,
There are those of us here, on the side of among our people, and to restore the for
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August Imp their wants and to furnish them with
-- the Union, who do not recognize the right of ncr, Stevens and Greeley in their efforts to at the earliest practicable period, to its constitutional from his lips. He was carried t his hotel; a ,'

ARCHIBALD T. BANKS, houses, if, in t.en do that, the white occupants I the Government, after emancipating the ne- obtain equal political rights for all men. relations to the Federal Govern vote of secrecy was passed, and the encounter 'f

ATTORNEY AT LAW, must be out. There is a groes 01 Union men, to take their lands and ment.I !
A most remarkable letter was read to the hushedup. No one in Richmond except "
(OAIXESTILLE FLOBJDA. large demand for labor in section of property as a punishment for having owned have the honor to be, with much respect,
Will atieud promptly to all business intrusted to bisrare. every slaves ? There are those of us here, claim convention, addressed to its Secretary, from Your obedient scrvcnt, W. W. HOLDEN, that body of men knew of the circumstance
the State but the colored with here
July 29-tf people, ing that there is no discount upon our Unionism W. II Coleman, Esq., ofCabarrus County in Provisional Governor. for six months after. Meanwhile the victimt -

and there a noble exception, scorn the idea who don't recognize the right of a '. .. p
from
captain this State. Mr. Coleman has always been a ------ did not recover. He day to -
T. T. LONG, of work. They fiddle and dance at night or a lieutenant in command of colored drop
lion. r. C. Cabell on the Condition and He became and
man in his county, and in 18u3 day. va
ATTORNEY AT LAW, and lie around the stores and street cornersin troops, upon the representation of a negro of prominent "'IUt"or the South. lit ,hople .
bad character, arresting respcctab e loyal represented it in the State Legislature. He cant. He was own home, .
LACK City, Fi..&. the day time. And some of the indiscreet Hon. E. C. Cabell, formerly member of trnsfen .
white with and
men bayonets march- where his few weeks
\. negro ; is now County Solicitor, elected by the Jus- a
JII22.Gml teachers of the negroes fro$.the North, who ing them from one county to another for trial Congress from Florida,writes from Memphis, e .
tices by Gov. Holden, and is much to the Tribune an able and sensible before his death, which was tranquil and
XOTICK.H. know nothing of the character have when their condemnation has been agreed appointed Tenn., ,
negro of his letter on the condition of the Southern States calm.-Nathrille Republican.Banner : :
upon in advance And there are thousands respected socially by many neighbors.In r -
: C. VAUGHAN, been known to tell them not to hire to white of true-hearted Union citizens and discharged this letter he takes unqualified ground in I. and especially their need of labor. He saysrlhat -_. -. -- -- ---- ;

the idea in their for the last thirty the people of AX INTERESTING.DOCITMEXT.:
and Surgeon people Having single Federal soldiers in East Tennessee, who will years .
Physician of the extension of the of
favor right suffrage .
North and South been
the have educated to .
heads of abolition, they advise the simple die right here, in a second war, before they Letter from Preslderit Lincoln to Gen.
Office in SaramU' Block with Dr. Upaon. will submit to such insults and to the blacks, and 1:favor of admitting them hate each other, and that this studied andvillificationproduced '
and credulous nero to a life of precarious any wrongs Wadsworth-Negro Safr _
Oct. 7,-tf.Practiceof. outraces. into courts of justice as witnesses. With the systematic 00_ ._"mutual__ ___I_!.. ___n'O__' !_ .._ ___ _a From Southern Adcocate, 18th. .
subsistence of i idleness and and of "l th S
dancing, tlU1C lCCtU' W llCU n.ulcu In Lle .
others the Ue01atng
SAGACIOUS COUNSEL.I exception of one or two on const,
Medicine and Surgery. crowding into the towns to be educated, in war just close\l. Without wasting time The following extract,which hasjust been n
nit. EMILE T. SABAL RESPECTFULLY TENDERSU speak out plainly, because the state of he is the only citizen of the State who has which party was most at faultin published, is from the late President Lincoln's -

his proff'ssiona1servlcee to the citizens of Jacksonville preference to good wages and comfortable the public requires it. There is a deep, in- publicly expressed such sentiments, and it is this matter, :11. Oabell urges it a now the letter to Gen. Wadsworth, who fell in the*

and vicinity. homes in the country. If some great changeis tense desperate feeling getting up throughoutthis believed that he is alone in the section of the common duty people of both sections battle of the Widerne' 'The let. which
Office and rooms (for the present) at A. A Canova'arcidence not made when Winter comes on, and if end of the Slate upon subject. I to obliterate the feelings of bitterness engendered is of a cacter.is to b toGeh.Waclsworth's -
and streets, where
corner Bay Washington of Newbern which section
think I where and what it will lead to State east comprises .
lie may be found at all times except*-ben professionally the military force is withdrawn, as they will see by the past four years of strife, to foster -
engaged. and I desire to remedy the evi. I advise the nearly the whole of it the interests of the whole country, and to It shows,that Mr. Lincoln, who deir't >
tept. 2-3m. "be, there will be great suffering and fearful white population to treat negroes justly The Constitutional Convention called by t devote their united energies to the work of the bestowal of the elective franchise upon

mortality among them.BUFFKAGEAND. in all respects, and not disturb them in their of Gov. Holden meets tomorrow repairing the ravages of the past; and building the blacks.was, also, at an:early day,in favor o ,

1L J. MURPHY SUFFEU CE. lawfu peaceful pursuits. They were armed proclamation .I. up new glories for the future. Sbyer" granting universal amnesty, which, for .
PROFESSIONAL-DR. and Surgeon to by the Government, and at 12 o'clock. The members have near- he says, is dead, and maintaining it some strange and unaccountable reason, is.
There is bad state of between
the people Jacksonville and surrounding: country.- a feeling now ought not be denounced on that account, ly all arrived, and canvassing i brisk. It is was a crime on the part of the South; that still withheld from the South, notwittaDt4ing

Itrticnlar attention Trill be given to diseases of of women For- them and the whites and it is daily growingmore where they conduct themselves properly.On stated that letters from many of the promi- crime has been punished with adequate severity it is known that it a his inteton-
his residence, corner
and children. Office at
syth and 3m July 8 bitter. Many of the negroes are insult- the other hand, let those who have in the desolation and ruin that has grant, without anyexception, a par
Hogan-ctreets.
ing the whites females who never owned control of the negroes advise them to a quiet nent men of the North are here addressed to followed it. The first feeling of the leading His wishes, in this particular, the

and peaceful course, and, to reconcile it to private persons, but intended for use in these southern men,upon the failure of their hopes I American people cannot afford to dir.
Medical Xotlee. any of their color, and never did them any themselves to see white men and their families caucusses. Simon Cameron is representedby and plans, was to abandon their country 'or Congress wi no doubt,-exa'the -

LI flR.profession A. S. BALDWIN all Its will departmentL resume the His practice office of and his wrong. They frequently elbow unprotected enjoy what rightfully belongs to them. a letter thirty pages long. SecretaryStanton's bury themselves in seclusion. But this, with suffrage blacks. Why uive am4

residence U the first house west of Mrs. HudnaU's white women off our narrow pavements, and Let them frown down all miUcious complaint few exceptions, has passed away, and theyare nesty shoald be.withheld until that tjme we
Boarding Ioase.Jacksonville from negroes of bad character against autograph, affixed to three or four now prepared to accept their situation are unable to see. This certainly was not

,July 22-tf curse white men passing them,just to show persons who have always sto** tair.- pages of advice, is also here. and make the best of it Whatever they may Mr. Lincoln's plan jnteton all par-

I their authority. Others arc swearing on the Let them cease to arrest gentleman ot -,character I am informed, on good authority, that a have thought of the superior advantage of "tie should sacredly ob"e. "' .

NOTICE. DR.E.S.ALDBICIT, streets, and we have heard them say that and standing, and of loyalty, because of about twenty delegates elect occurred two governments, all now see that we have The following is extrct referred to, in -
MEDICAL and Surgeon late of San Francisco they will clear the d-d town And still some enraged slave has fancied he can pi\ meeting now, and must have hereafter forever, but which Mr. LIncolnsays :
California,may be consulted at his office at Mrs. Hud cure such arrest. A day of reckoning will at the Yarborough House last night, one country, one destiny and one duty, and "You desire to know,in the event of our
Jones.nail's Jtauuia Htmte,or at the Drug Store of Mr. J. I I another class will say that if they are not allowed come hereafter; and if these encroachment which a few pledged themselues to use all feel called upon to devote all their energies complete success In the tel the same being

June 24th-tf. their rights at the ballot box they will upon the rights and liberties loyal men are their influence to send only those men to to building up its permanent and supreme (followed by a loyal and submissionon

resoit to the cartridge box f And they- swear imprudently continued, the day wi come who to the South" during prosperity. The experiment of free ,. the pr of the South,:universal amnesty

Dr. 3. ... S. TODD. they will be backed by the Goyernment. sooner than any of us want to see Congress were "loyal labor must,and will, have a full and fair trial, should be accompanied l with universa). t
up
removed to Jacksonville Fla.,and will continue !i the war. A letter from an officer near and for himself, Mr. Cabell says he believes suffrage? :

HAS practice of his profession in aU its branches. 'I As one desiring the welfare of the colored A LIVELY DAL to the head of the government was read, advocating it will b far more successful than is generally .. Now since. ,you. know,my private. inclinations -
Office and Rooms.-Up stairs in C. Nichols Building people, they will permit,me to say they can't Since writing the foregoing I a informedthat But the losses from death and what terms suouiu- be granted to 1
found at all boars, unless the Bolts doctrine of selecting ignorant believed a t
Bay Street, where he may be building
in the
colored University
at a the the South in the contingency I
professionally engaged. drive the Legislature of Tennessee into con bal cau among render mentione
Sept. 23-6m hi this city colored persons werekilled rather than objectionable men, and begging indispensable, in his negoe, will here add that if ou suc .
ferring them the elective franchise.
upon I in onenight. It is said they were shot North Carolina to "sacrifice her intellect" cessions to the free white laboring larg be realized, followed by such deir results, -L

lULL SEAT FOR SALE. They can, by the demonstrations they are by white men dressed in women's clothes.Of .- in the approaching elections rather than tion of the Southern Stales-and the main I can't see, universal amnesty gt :

THE subscriber offers at private sale a Lot. suitable making in this direction, deprive themselvesof course I condemn in unmeasured terms her chance admission to the floor of Congress object of his lete is to set forth the inducements how, under the circumstances, I C
I for a mill site, situate on the St. Johns River, at any such privilege, so far as Tennessee is any such outrage, and I make mention of it to immigration offered by the exactinginreturn universal suffrage, or at .
Bellow Bluff. For particulars apply to to show the state of feeling getting .up be- but it had no effect. This was 8 small condition of affairs, and especially by the least suffrage on the basis of intelligence andmilitary
concerned. The Federal Government
has
B. V. BA.SAN. tween the races. These balls are too frequent, body of men-a clique, perhaps. Its influence low price and great fertility of the Southern j f .

September Dajruerrean-tap Saloon Bay Street Jacksonville.: I no right to control the suffrage question in and all wrong. White soldiers and ofcr will be felt on the convention, :and it is lands. "The mass of the Southern people," How serc.bete the condition of the coloredrace .

Tennessee. And the great Union party of attend them and dance with the he says, "lost everything in the late revolution has long a stuhichbasatrt- -
be that it will be resisted.A
The Jacksonville Hotel, the nation will have more sense than to at- men. One Ohio soldier, a man of very lair to hoped but their lands, the larger portion of ed"my serious and cru1 tenton henc
education procured a license to but few delegates have been elected who
marry which they are now unable to cultivatefor think I clear .
:
(formerly known as the Florida House.) I tempt to control the question by Congressional not disclosing the color of h intnde and were not qualified, on account of the exclusions want of labor. This large surplus they must course I a shall pursue in ide 't ::
i1eprm
been thoroughly repaired and newly fur. I legislation. actually married a young formery a of the Amnesty Proclamations. Par- sell.. Hundreds of thousands of acres of good it a religious duty; a ring -
HAVING. Is now open for the accommodation. of. the J J THE TOWNS: Td BE CLEARED. slave in this city 1 If this sort alancesuited land thus offered for sale at the very dian of these people whah&d s heroically
travelling public- his taste I have no complaint dons were telegraphed for, and some havearrived.
fine vindicated their manhood the
prices.
Many on
plantations
HADDOCK & DRYSDALE.Ort has determined lowet may
I General Tilson at Memphis, btlefel
ltf Proprietors. But I do complain that the morals of.the E. P. B. be purchased for a sum much below the cost where, in assisting to save Ge life '
that he will compel the free, people of I colored population are not so good since ,. r
r I TOE GOVERNORS JfESSAGE.Afterrthe pt the erected on them, and highly puuac, wry nave demonstrated in oiooaureir,- -
F. M. MYRELL, :color to leave the city and surrounding } their freedom a when they were in bndage.And North Carolina State Convene 1UIUng at less than half the price right t the balot. whicl i is but the hume .

Steamboat and Ship; Agent, J towns, even if their, removal requires military at the speed we are all making of wild lands in the same vicinity four years protection .tag have s fearlessly :
direction of their enlightenment, teaching, tion had organized, Gov. Holden sent in the .. There are besides millions of of defended." .
acres
ago .
And fommUclon'* General Forwarding J JWC Jl force. He has sent a patrol through the preaching, praying, singing and dancing will following message : unimproved lands to be purchased at prices .. -.. ,

K TL C H A. N T, city to learn who have enSployment, and take half of them to ruin in a short time. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, N. C., proportionately low. The lands in the Mississippi The great army wagon,train for the plains- ,

Bay Street, ftorannith,! Georjri J who have not, and to notify them that no One half of all the colored soldiers in uni-for Raleigh, Oct. 3, 1865. f Valley,. liable to inundation, are which left Washington qn the 28th'ult.

(second door West of A. Low J.; Co.) farther supplies will be furnished to those form in East Tennessee have no respect its Gentlemen of the Contention: I capable producing cotton enough clothe passed.Columbus, Ohio,, oa_the 2d .-
uniform and do not appreciate dignity '
I]18 unsurpassed facOitie (in connection with Steam-. that supyort themselves and refuse to do tat Two of them in full I do not deem it.my duty, under. the circumstances ; the civilized world, and corn enough to feed dispatch says the train consist'of two -
can
n boat. Ship an4JtaUroeda, tad Adams Express Co.,) imprtce. to address you a formal and elaborate the population of America. The price of hundred and wagons, wo ;
for forwarding. BO. At Memphis they have been contractingfor since, upon a narrow of lands is nominal. ff ambulanc
hi relation to public affairs. the They will six forges, the direction i
Jr ChrUtlan. may
Bern TO-Hnnter* Gammeu,Bell WrUr knocked the writer of of Captain r.
Savannah, .Oa. Geo. F.Jackson, CO., L. B. wages, and becoming dissatisfied, break sidewalk in thi city, him Your meg too plain to ,requirc.sugges- some day become inestimable value. :andeYille. Quarraer of -
Davis, Augusta W.A.huff E. C. LegreU It Co...Macon their contracts and leave abruptly. Oen. this article the gutter, throwing up- tions from me, and I entertain no doubt those Never were there such inducements to corps 'wagon d n by 'six_ ,.mules, ,'_' ,#
He to
8.M.Verdery. P. Pease Atlanta Av A De- on his hands and knees. was trying .'
'
duties,will promptly and faithfully desiring secure cheap and aud addition there extra mules for
Lorme.Geo.W.Long I>&rida. L S. SammU fc CO..J. Tilson has notified them that this will not be' get out of the way, and they saw it; but, being b per comfortable immigrants homes and i e ,
C. Greeley. Jacksonville, Fla. Teasdale Bead, H.L. formed. rarely such opportunities -.. twenty-five teamsmaking in all.1A.50
Hart, Palatka, Fla. [Oct. lUmp allowed'that. they must make good their feebleand leaning upon a of staff, he mov-I North Carolina atempted' May 1801 to to cpitlst to .me :paying, safe ever mules The drivers, a majority of whom., ;

contracts,'and that he will compel them to ed too slow for their,jdeas proges. separate herself union.This .- necessary to are seem.to be perfectly cntet -
SOTICE-KEMOVAI-! made no complaint, but involved her with other slave- purchase sufficient to insure
work at the rates and places agreed upon. "learned to attempt land indepen- and have n6 choice a to "
IIE BTJB8CRIBERS HAVE 'REMOYED THEIR colored Tufflans had not respect holding States, i a protracted and disastrous dence is l. At the present price of cot shall stop at Leavenworth San Francisco..
d
Street to41s "1 I rank Gen. Tilson among the best men ,the uniform of the army, and went my way, which "- ton bale worth about '
J. stock goods from star Mo.A.", Bar' war,the result was a. vast expendi- one $200- A baleto '
u 'Auction Store where they may be found for a we ever had In command at Knoxville, andI not rejoicing, but' feeling in the left knee that tune of blood and treasure, on her part,and the acre is hardly an yield on SOUTHERN FLOUH.-The' =Southern States -
average
short time only,as they are determined to close out I was worsted in theencountcrwhlCh; I had in 1860 are represented in*the manufacture -
abolition of domestic Blavery.-i bottom land and hand
the cultivate -
a
their entire stock of goods. within the ,next twentrdays pleased to find'that he is still showinghis practical god may wel
am about but to preventSoldiers of flour and meal .
refsrdless of coat. Country merchant, sullen not brought sought She entered the rebellion a slaveholding State ten acres of with and by 3,800 etblhmetg
atid traders would do well to can and examine.the following good sense and love Justice at Memphis.We and officers wearing the ,Federal and she emerged from it a non-slaveholduig. vegetables enough for family and his employing 5,943 male and 2 bdS

: list of articles, M they will be. sold cheap- for :' 1a.ckluch dlscipline among the. colored uniform ought all to be gentlemen, no ,mat-. other respects, so far as her I farm.!' Mr. Cabell hs. who capital invested, $1,09,1) cost of

cash.Ladies and Gents Cboes.Boots, BblrU Stationery, people In this end of the State, and ,1 'hope ter what their color, but the only two colored I Stat and her rights'aa a State ae exitence-, to the South,.with or without may of a used $32,083,045; $1,454,738;
Paring Cards Cloths Tailor's Trimmings, Shoulder soldiers I ever encountered dId'not' prow undergone }no change. The President cordial.welcome,and he invites the yielding in the year ending vae 1, I860, $. .7Ot8,47O. ,- .,
until''morc ha attntion'
Strips for the Army and Navy ,Hardware, Tinware, it will notbe long rigid regulations to be of that style.:; I have no wish to4ythem' United of associations to the field ., : .
Crockery, Tobacco, Butter, Cheese Stores, of less State.wisely determine emgnt. .- '
Cigars. adopted by Commissioners again. I might,Ught upon '
-. 'tuve Pipe Canned Goods.Sales Yankee Notions,Soda are oter that her existence ]labors. The overland route free -' .
.
water Apparatus tor bottling purposes. Business Freedmen, who; as I understand: it, have refine,who would run mo trough, a 'extinguished, but that under that clause ot from i'rprte.to.o I
India *.
Wagons-aew and second band Photogrspkle 8tockAlnbrotne There is no'better ,Being denied a choice, ,the Federal Constitution .which"guaran .
Cases Flab Hooks and Lines te. te. control of this branch of affairs. : I only ask a negro's privilege. ot getting out tees to every State In the Union a repullcan' The Richmond Bulletin has been suspended running on 'ufat'time. .',_ !
DQNI8.t CO. and '
C.W. man In the service than Gen.Fisk, of the 1 her on account of the publication of an obnoxious Ex-Governor Horton of Texas.died atMatagorda '
No.4. Merchants' Bow Hilton Head 8. C. war form government, people-in; convention .. ., '
And at Well's Auction Store, lChe fans to do his wbo1edu ytt will: be because THE NEGRO TROOPS TO BE WITHDRAWN.The assembled, might -s alter and amend article' a animadverting :Washing.ton -. on the 1st of'Sptember: ; : t

__Oct_ 7th 18G6-tf Bay Street JaekaonTflle, Fla. i his headquarters are*at a distance .and he i is truth is, tle colored soldiers' have 'not their constitution, and adopt such 'measures, society under Lincoln and JohnsD.- Fairbanks has been Appointed -. _
The writer Mr. CUe
fault as would restore the State, to her: Constitutional Dimir. has bn arrested tor orCustom for the i of- St. : .. -
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i ,, ", '. i! ht @Iitthi* nI0U.; thereof,which will)tend much to direct his '' punishing the unworthy. extortioner i\11 ll j GREAT I2UITAIN. cans, has never been regained. Business is !I ratifying- and adopting ,

:, mind to'the importance of becoming a sober speculator] buts. our advocacy is founded" Our late Northern exchanges bring usnot said to b reviving in this} country ', and that meritSTto' ,the said contlluton. ore amed -

'and industrious, and after a while an cligh- upon principle and sound policy we h importantlrom this country save mahogany and lobacco ate being shipped; in 'J i ntI'limes since, a
IF j -- JACRSOBY- E, OCT.,:21.. 1865.. tened laborer, and decent.man. Hope, that mean that no consideration ri .whatever, of the what pertains to'Fenitnism. Arrests( arc large quantities t to.: differe( :ut parts Families'j I tionttroChue noisritttstandingthe| : been supposed full force

: J. K. SnCKNEY. Editor and Proprietor theaI:1 future will bring him other privileges, above.class' 'of men,' should have a ''feather's still being made.by government, and ',as i in that lea the Island] 1 during the war are re the 20th of 3Ij yr 1861, declaring*'ordinance the game of

when by the course of his good'conduct' and weight before the Convention in deciding formation' to the permeation the order turning, newspapers have Urn started, I be repealed, rescinded 'and(

HOLHES, STEELE, Associate Editor. the improvement of his knowledge, he shall upon repudiation.! Whatever, pecuniary aid reaches government, it ascertains that it cuibraccs and the prospects of the ,cotntr)1:) everywar all the times saW!; stippo hath{ UTU,cd ordinance, null and is void"Tht rogtad.nrc at

::1., THE COX1:" XTION.' open the way to a perfect equality in the they may have given the State, was not done ,' a.better class,of the Irish people] titan: is said to be encouraging.MEXICO. J 1tym Le seen that :,.

r enjoyment of the privileges of a freeman side from patriotic motives, for such men are,* incapable I f. the press of England confined it to under its Carolina re
The delegates this : the doctrine
composing body, havj that she has
elected j by,side< with the white man, will encouragehim. 'of the sentiment of patriotism, but sneers.' A press, in Dublin I thf Si if ft bleeding Mexico continue to I pudiat ever b
cal Union
ing been by the people, will assemble f ( Acv'c.rm declaring that the
'Y hope,to see him brought to this, upon the basis making themselves secure People, seized nnd the triumph of the Imperialist I ( secession
r at the State capitol on Wednesday next, the I .a' suppresd.by in1catc ordihcc; of 1961 has at all been
25th inst. It is gratifying to note that the and the tutoring should commence now, and in the appropriations of immense bodies ofthc'mds'bclonging government, together with its publishers) Co)GAUXICO. referred the city of Hennosille and void. ._ _tilt., nnll
by the hands of Southern white men. We } { to the' Federal Government &c. for of ? "
t,b counties generally have chosen their best printer, ,_ the publication of treasonable amid the cheering of a great concourse Contriiiltt-es were

tat men-men all of them of fine, practical abili trust then that the convention will prove ade-I and which the 'Convention, of 1861 ] sentiments. .One of the magistrates of people. Pesqucira, the General mentionedby the slavery 1 qr.e tion appintecl t rlr upon

ties and good sound sense, while many of quate to the demandsmade upon its! claimed for the State, and pledged as a'guarantee Ireland also fell under suspicion, and an au: Juarez as lighting the Imperialists, tied ,+'. r important.

z manship. for the payment of the war debt to be j: thorized search was made of his house for from Ures on the approach of the{ French. mnt
; them are men noted for their intellectuality
; t, : ESSEE.
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This for of necessarily contracted by the State. Let } treasonable] papers, but none were found. But the Indians who favor, the Empire, followed .
augurs good, no body men that NOT A CREDIBLE WITNESS. of this
these money sharks still look to those lands There are some conflicting statements as to him so closely that, at of ThrGncral.\smtly State harin e*
assembled] in the State had passage
ever mattersof The Herald of the 13th in support of its tit BEOWSLOW. on the A
i for payment: for anything the State may ovro the course pursued by the Catholic priest, the river Yaque, they captured from himfuurgunQ I met.Co1. inst., de.
claim
+ so a nature to their deliberations 1
grave favorite doctrines, and to prove that the negro annual to that
l\"lrCl .
t them. some of the English papers stating that the and-all Jiis! material of war, and message bd.le -
the in this
as delegates convention, and soldiers have done all the fighting of the I ] the Assembly]
i Neither do we wish l to be understood as trdcr and its purposes 1 arc condemned from the dispersed his corp The Imperial troops occupy ND.atuatc upon the
it is in
4 accordance with the statesmanship I Union armies for the last four years, quotes j coa! ) war,and triumph of the
advocating the repudiation of debts, if altar, while others assert that Uses and its inhabitants
with which any a respectable : have proclaimed ; Feera
they meet and decide upon them from the New York Tribune, a conversationsaid groin ,, He that
I such exist, contracted for carrying! on the portion of the pciest-hod give it countenance, adherence to Maximilian In Chi- suggests there sold be
that they are to impress their acts upon the to have taken place betwc!a Hon. E. :r. amendments to the
civil depart.unt of the government of the and declare that there is a more thorough hunhua{ the operations of Use French hive : frmcbis but does
State for nllt lime to come "for weal or forroe" Stanton, Secretary of War, Lieut. Gen. Grant not desire! to see"any
State, but even such debt we believe, .as a \ union of cstlaolicsaariJrutrstantsoatllcmatto been successful] scattered the ) sweeping change."_
equally having
3 \ and to !hand down their names to pos. and Rev. Ward Beecher. iof
Henry < civil
matter of strict justice, should be reduced to j j of this agitation for Irish liberation than Mexicans in all directions and The'restorton law has: been
,
terity as those who have been a blessing, or Now our confidence in the integrity and t cVer'whereUCCODC beneficial and
promise of
the specie basis by act of the Convention. j there has been on former occasions for the masters of the gi'\"c
ti' :a curse to the State. veracity of the Honorable] Secretary and the ... iuaton throughout the State. Hear him propritj
on
Assuming the exercise of the well defined 1 Lieut. General, as well as our respect for their A DiS'I INCTIUN WITHOUT A J>IFFElr.JCNCE. 1 t same The purpose. j the mountains of Zocapoaxllay, where: the 1 "Guillty) rebels'shouldjie! treated & h."
Southern (Limerick Chronicle j Juarists with see-
) had been hostile demon- !
making
privileges of journalists, we desire to approach opinions would be sufficient to induce us to slate rity fn proportion to their the
The Jacksonville Herald in its issue : that Irish Fenians in America Orations Austrian General Thun of them with otcpt mass
this body as co-laborers in the cause believe almost anything that we should] hear of ; are taking against j not less than year dis.'nia.
Sept. 29th in referring to the of steps to remove their aged parents and others this has been and t chke. and the lctderstvith neither
language ;
of the honor and prosperity of the State, and them utter or that we had good evidence I strategy given up, they j nor forbearance." mercy

the promotion of the happiness of all classes emanated from their pens. But when the Gov. MAUVIX'S speech to the colored people I I I I from Ireland, informing them that "shirt- arc now acting on the ceren in'. Thus t j HQ recommends

of at Marianna says it was a "falsehood and a ling" events arc about to han,pirc in America has fallen the; Republic of Mt-.xico wl,k.t h i* t the encouragement of
_, herpeople. First then, we respectfully Reverend H. W. Beecher is given as the au- f I mmigration,andstiggt'tstllat
suggest that the convention shall not hurry I, thority for their sayings, we beg to entertain slander." Now will the sable genius who i is ,' with regard to the ]hue of conduct being now an established Empire; but how long i t I be stationed at the East a commfeyiocer

shrouded in such impenetrable larkness tell adopted by the Fenians on this side the Atlantic. will it so remain ? We ] know more | to "procure a nomct -
for
its business but take time doubt sm1 -
*
through ample a particularly as we see it noted, and t roes foreign(
immigration
us the difference between calling a man ] The Liverpool in fully by the ides of December. i of skmetlaor.! "
profonnd deliberation upon ell of the important j: with pain too, on the part of his more orthodox a I I Mercury treating i I In alluding to the
"liar and a slanderer] and in of this subject, contrasts the relative freccmpn says:
questions that must arise before it. : brethren, that that eccentric divine has saying that his strength SOUTH AMERICA. I "I convinced
am that
] is "falsehood! of the government with that of Ireland The latest the white! and colored
language and ] from the
Prominent amongst the matter to claim recently expressed his disbelief in the popular a a slander. and intelligence beyond people cannot lire together politically
Yes sir, we reiterate the statement Mr. states that the strength of Ireland] to that of Equator brings us news of stirring events or so
I the attention of the body, and perhaps the bible doctrine of a hell. It is also apparentto cial ly-ns: "
Military Ecccbstical-.Yomen] : Umbra- the ballance of Great Britain i is much lesS from the hostile nations in South America. eu:1g.
first upon which it will take action, is the the most casual reader of the Herald for He1; recommends the

? I abrogation the ordinance of 1861 which the past few weeks:, that "JYbnzen Umbra" Esquire you did substantially call Go s'. than_ on former'occasions of her efforts for I The Paraguayans seem to be the most active portion of the national. territory selling apart of sonic

separated her from her relations to the Federal I sympathizes with his distinguished brother in MARVIN a "liar and a slanderer" To be I liberation, being now but one-fifth the numerical in hostile steps and have an army supposed their purposes ; and advocates the adapted admissionof for

his from sure it was language that gentlemen do not force, and greatly inferior in the munitions I to number 56,000. The Paraguay General
Government, and claimed for her the right departure the true faith, and fully I I heir testimony in the

.. to secede and set up on her own responsibility shares his belief, and that he has lost all l stoop to and that you well may: and apparently !, and appliances of war. It goes on to Rabies has been superceded 1 by Col. Barrias basis aa that of white! men courts on the sam

F do feel ashamed of and such state that this Other in Ireland would be in the general command in Correntes, which
as a sovereign State. The next act sense of accountability to nay tribunal either as you would l l\t that the freedmen of
appears the State
I not have penned but for the cloud of darknessthat :i i,! unworthy ol notice, !but for one element iu we have before stated had been invaded
will probably be the abolition from the present here or hereafter, and no longer fears the just :- arc giving the whites much
," envelope, nnd the cordon of 'I;| viz : "the great number of Irish and other by the Paraguayans'and: from late active annoyance, and
constitution of its slavery feature, and punishment that surely] awaits him for his barcH1cts that there is rather a bad states of

the declaration by-ordinance that slavery] i in ',. moral delinquenccs. Let him be warned: i in and shoulder straps:: that surround you, hiding desperadoes:, existing at present in the Noith- operation are masters: of"all this. province.They .- amongst! them. afar; .
extracts from
time for alike from observation and :, ern States America, who are in the want are reported to have taken the towns of Elseher the
.
this State is abolished forever, except for you securing you : Knox me Whig indicate the
of
crime of which the party may be convicted While the lamp holds out to burn immunity from that detection and punbh Ii|l ofsoaienew scene for the indulgence of Bell Vista, Salaries and San HOfUl and there more fully. state ati ?

by due process of law. These two thingsmust The vilest sinner may return. went that you would otherwise receive. I their ]love of bloodshed, plunder and confu-, perpetrated most outrageous pillage and in ,
'a ... .. "
-- sion. the city of C'orricntes even the women did not GEX. BKISCOE.
t be done, because they are indispcnsiblclo IIEPCDIATIOX $ 0.-
OK NOSVREPUDIA- I The Cork COlsfitltifn. speaking of the escape. I is!over painful to note the fall of any
her restitution to civil government, and TIOX. "MLT3I" IS THE W0ii>.
I j; numerous :arrests made in that city, says that It h stated that Lopez's army is destitute of one, but;especially of those whose previous
are demanded of her as a conquered power It ista matter of weighty consideration to Our worthy cotcjnporary of the Floridian, good! cbmluct had
"at raised them
eac'I arrest the exc Ujnent of the i"11.nrea."u'mal lythingexcpt arms, which accounts for to of
by her conquerer. the people of Florida to what had some time A with th fepe piton
as course the ago slight sparring; i that "the ramifications f the their wholesale! pillaging, the permission of usefulness and l\nor. as was the ceJn this ,
Important as these questions are, another Convention will pursue relative to the debts man of the Herald,whoin, some of his]lucubra. I I Ii which uufbrtunate instance. General
'.: i\ order itr&nme/ seen to.be nuich'morlc txten&he by its Generate make them very popular Brio. by
one forces itself] upon the attention of thconvention e contracted to carry on the war she undertook lions on the out in i dint
negro gave pretty strong '! ofIis; :
anil who intelligence and
I than icas prerivutfy thought," and on to are blindly{ followed by their fine soldierly] conduct -
involving interests of more se when she seceded from the Union.- sinuations to the effect that, if the Com.cntion.to goes .
soldiers who said to with the ain e step by from
assert that it has been traced to arc fight le- step a private to
rious import, in our judgement, than any There seems to be a contrariety of opinionsas assemble] Florida did not providefor :! existing in the some soldiers extentus I nncity-of Russian< Their !=* distributed 'come a, Brigadier General in the Federal b)

other which will engage the wisest deliberation to the mode of disp sin of the debt I the franclmcment of his army, \r.l having army
war
S ; pets, Congress been arrested. as follows : at Passa h 1c Pnlna, Upper Army but in an unlncky hour of temptation
of the convention and this one is, what some advocating entire : should not allow the "work" of the Convention
; repudiation, and others i I The London Times ] Pastas, 000; al the city of Corricntes. 20( '0; ye yielded to the fascintions which tie possession
announces that ;
the body politic or social, shall be a partial, and still others advocate the to be "completed. :To be sure that i it the information gravely which the I I'I in the batteries on the Parana: 4000; the t -of wealth] offers, and so far forgot his

grantedin the frecdmen of the State. The common !' reduction of the debt to the specie basis.We .- did not misapprehend the Herald, the Fluricr 1- seized, the "Irish upon People," was obtained newspaper I from t I main army in four divisions 32000; and on I position and himself as to become a robber of

sense of the country has long since rested have no hesitation in proclaiming ou ian put the following interrogation, to it : i'I the the Uruguay, lo.iiOO.Opi the government to the amount of
kindly offices of
in the conviction that he cannot'be made advocacy of the repudiation of the entire war "To be a little more plain : If Florida shall Seretary SEWAIIP, and ->o eil to this, army the allied in grec r'ticks. and about $15,000, $120,0 in coin
] in his debt Florida] present a Constitution recognizing the abolition i sassmany complacent :in its gratitude power
the recipient of franchise privilege present provided through her Convention have and bullion, and was caught in the
of slavery and providing for the protection to Mr. SEWAUD. The New York Herald t : an army numbering 57,000, distributed. act.
untutercd and crude stale, with safety to shall declare her act of secession The
"nu 11
!
treasure in
of the person and property ol the negro laughs at the idea of the American I as follows : Brazilians at Conordia, 18,0 wa the custody- Captain
1 the interests of the Stale, and the peace and and void," and as having conflicted with the but shall withhold from him the right of of State Secretary I! Brazilians in the Argentines 1>;. .\. Albegr, AssistantQaartermaster, U
playing for
the
well being of its society. And since debaI authority of the Federal Government. I If suffrage, will the Hcr-ild join those agitators England. "spy" government of I( at Concorclia 8,000 Squadron.:0; Ar-enlm, .Paunerr's S.".\., nn l kept in his safe. Through one

I ring him the privilege of suffrage is no infringement her Convention, as those of Alabama, Mississippi and insist that her representatives shall be "I t A. W. Lackey
command, 4000; under Caccrt-s formerly sailer in thearmy.
kept from their seats in Congress and the The government has ; Argentines a
upon his rights as a freeman, no and North Carolina, adjudicate the State continued under military rue cruiser to intercept American dispatched vessel an l armed which I Lagrano and 10i.' {, 3000! ; Uruguayans un Gener)Briscoc: sounded Captain \erager.

injustice will: be done by witholding the: ,question of secession against the State, then, We have noticed each number of the Ile)'- it had informed der Flores ; added. to which are 1 ,000 pfposed complicity in the robbery of
tjcen 4)0
:-- ouon. But oiTie-rnuwsiJuua: connected withthe it strikes us, there is but and was on the way to ,
one just logical aid, with much interest, issued since tins some point on the of Brazilians in Rio Grande on the Uruguay the goytrnment. by haYing fats keys
coast
Ireland] ]ladened
freedman with interest and inference ,
to be
arc pregnant drawn
from the premise, viz ; question reached it, to sec its answer to the with arms and munitions of and GOOO of Urquiza's Entre Rian?.-I made tro1 impressions of those in char of
th se if the convention fail to arise to the illegality of the war.
upon wadebt.. If the act t the C .
.. <> same ; but so far the Herald has dodged it.. It i:stated that: these troops manifest considerable I The Quartermaster prelended

their magnitude, and bring to bear upon secession was violative of the obligations of admirably] and upon the subject it has been .I FIUXCE. insubordination, being impatient under : to enter Into the arrangement, but in the
I them the habitude of of lift time, the State to the In this Empire our
thought a j exchanges bring us no
general '
then all meanlime
government promptly
"muni. "The people of Florida" whom the I the restraints, and-strict military informed the authorities
and the reasoning which flow from the old acts that followed ilaclligcnccofstirringcvrnts. The Parisian diScP!
as sequences were foundedin Herald had kindly taken under the .Egis of line which characterize President }! a at Washington, who directed him to out
relations of the whites and blacks only,it will and !I papers are taking{ up the consideration of j ire a ply
wrong injustice, and from the very its wings, are a little curious to hear the Herald General In Uruguay Paunero had formed i his )part,ant otTer every facility to the Gen
leave the insignia the State and her nature of the English affair as connected with Fenianism 1
null
upon case and
are void. Thisis t' eral.
declare its position on the query of the junction, with the Buenos Ayrean and Corren- Lackey took the impressions to Philadelphia
t' society forever, that it failed to grasp the the deduction of sense and evidently encourage the order by its ?
common and the and hail
x Floridian. We await with awe and veneration tine under command, with General{ keys made to open the
4 questions involved, in the ken of masterlystatcsJIlanship logic of law. sj'mpathie in their cause, while they 'treat trop I safe. On bis
the responding! voice of Jubitcr To- ;; united forces amounting to GOOO I return these keys were giiC to
and give its reputation to the Repudiation, then, so far from in the subject more philosophically than do i the General
being ,
any ans. I infantry, amt GOOO cavalry with 30 pieces o tried f wbo'tok the first occasion in
t, future as mere tinkers on the body politic. way is the English papers. The Paris Debate )
wrong absolutely because
right it the absence of
afer '
.. ; Tremble yc cowardly delegates] of tlse' Ie artillery; and it presumptive t j Alberger ant Lackey to open
The grand leading truth must be looked forbids illegality in discussing the subject as to whether it be one ttat 1
maturing illegitimate the saft and
"People] of Florida" in Convention assembled ; they would very shortly attack the Paraguayans ; extract: the money In the mean
I squarely; in the face-as much from a principle quences, flowing from a prior illegal and unwarranted : j of serious trifling import to England] snys: !I I'' time the
1
; deny by your servility that you are !'I on the West bank of the Uruguay,before authortc at Washington lad
justice as of policy-that the is act. "Two We ourselves] are rather disposed to !
consider
negro 1
wrongs never made aright God's Freemen, and frame constitutionto the be reinforced placed u j on the of
your it enemy by action
of
as one those at free soldiering J coul I pies
no longer'a slave-that be Is not a serf-but nor uevcrNwill.) attempts trop tener.
Taking this view of who b
suit the demands of which ) him
northern Jacobins, was like to as -an., almost marching Candelaria, nu conccte near size hi
that he is bona fide FREEMAN under the organic the probable action of I
r a the Convention, fatal] the in the fat of
repudiation and the Jacksonville Hyrald.GE.V. Consequence sudden do sthe: Rio Grande siele having come to the suppor j act inf my. The unfortunate
law of the land. Thus being a FREEMAS of the war debt proper of the State 4..... banding of federal armies., Wherever ,
tht j' of the Para naY,ans. Flores evident'y' t i event transpired at Lynchburg, which post
policy all demand that is sustained : KO1IERT E. LEE. the system permanent armies exists
justice,right, by principle. Will every-i
i not policy thing! combines to make the officer or soldi'-r ",1 strike promptly, while Canavairo, who ] G hit rights U lUck, be provided for and that he also-policy looking to the true interests of On the second day of this month, this noble I 0'f'Gen.
the when Thus
is being would
keep peace pt'act once made. strengthened, occupy the atte n- L. by one act of folly
be protected in those rights of a freeman. the State-indicate the old soldier was installed President of. Wherever
propriety of repudiation powerful armies arc hastily di slion of Ihe Paraguayans in Rio Grande. The ] and of ertme.{ a character has been 'blasted
Any thing short of this will be to deny by ? Who are to be the losers by repudia.tion Washington College at Lexington Virginia banded after having ben lua.ily: formed they for life., .
} firlv.... ; tn... lixuro.... .. .li. .... ..1. .l.. ... _.--- -' allied squadron, on the river Parana, i is said I .
one mode, what has been proclaimed by ? The hardy and patriotic soldier, who It had been designed to have quite u display ; .J i f11 ; a. curium i'ieincnts I .
in dissolution which i ferment and deposit to be in some danger,as the Paraguayans ar.c'
another. The right to own and accumulate went to the front and on the occasion band of 1
fought the battles of by having a in the TJIE'
j atmosphere the germs{ of fresh said to be building batteries, .v,which CONNECTICUT EXECTIOX.
t carries with it the right to have_ a the State, while their music and in white !storms. It is bIo
property, homes, their property present youaggirlsrvbcd j, then, only a question of finding Wf-uld command the rin'r.t the hazzard i The proposed amendment to the-Constitu-
voice in its protection. The rights to life, I and their families came to ruin, more by nagbearing chaplets: of flowers, and to sing songs out in what part of! the world the storm i i
will bursl. of being tedious, we thus minutely] ; of this Stale, providing for suffrage
in
'I If not Mexico it mil be give ton
in Ire- negro
of
and the of equally son those welcome to the
'1. pursuit happiness, carry cormorant capitalists hero but these thin scom '
speculators ; land. Viewed in this light Fenianism ap.t "sitaatioV: in South .\meric that our readers i therein, has been rejected by the
with them the'.right to be heard in the de and extortioners who traded and ng to the knowledge of the General], he expressed 'I to us a more serious affair J pe
speculated pear than have of the pie
people may conception same, and be by : majority of six thousand; every evu:- _
fence of the one and the enjoyment of the on the necessities of the state, and the his wishes that all such parade be were at first inclined to suppose. I table J \
I to understand the better, future results j. ty in the. State. opposed,the amendment excepting
) other. These privileges, we repeat, rest upon blood and life of her soldiers, and the com dispensed with on the occasion, to which the OERMA Y. that arise in that one Windham
may which
the immutable] and eternal principle of fort of their families? No! those men never trances yielded, and at nine clock] A. M., The Berlin correspondent of the New York coutr. jority-for it.Judging ; gave 650 ma-

justice dwelling hi the law of the land. What reafo:}"necessities for the State to issue hundreds in the recitation room, in presence of the fac Herald informs that journal that the unsatis- DOMESTIC. XEWS. t from,

privilege o'fthe white man, is affected injuriously j of;thousands! of dollars of treasarynotes. ally and students, the ministers of the town factory state of affairs prevailing throughout .SLAB.AMA. JacobuisaftheXorth the noisy for the clamor of the

] or what dignity of his character is This_unpatriotic work of destruction, churches, a magistrate and the county clerk, Germany, and especially t Pnfssia, among The convention for reorganizing this State. suffrage in the late privilege of

assailed,by admitting a black FREEMAN, to to the best interests of the State, was the the General] was introduced into the room by the people, is giving a powerful impulse to I excluded the testimony of negroes in civil condition nero prior to the slave States, as :

go into the courts,nnd'tbere under oath tell work of a few of her rich extortioners, ana the trustees,and on his entrance all in the room the spirit of immigration to the United I cases, but it dos not appear clearly whether States baring. .? Republican recognition. forms of of the

what he knows about any given cause upon speculators in the lands, which the State,had rose to their feet simultaneously and bow States, now that peace opens to them a or not like steps,has been taken with regard one might fairly government -

trial! His testimony is' to be taken for just pledged for the payment of the war debt ed,immediately after which prayer was made thousand avenues for the prosecution of in I to their: testimony in criminal cases. This people of the North had suppose admitted that the

what it is suppos.d to ,be worth, which: is The gallant soldiers of the States have suf- bRcc.Dr.lYhiteofWcl're5byterianChurcl,. I! dependent] competence and ba pines. To exclusion of negro testimony is to continue i ; negroes there long who confess the

just the case'with the,testimony, of a white- ferret: enough, and if there is to be any more Aller some remarks by Judge Brockenbor- | meet the heavy increasing demand for transportation until the next legislature determines upon I edly culi\ate constitute but
a polilcal
_man. Shall his property be'assailed and lie suffering. let the fat, and seek] and soft handed ough, chairman of the Board of Trustees: )and { tho Berlin Lloyd announce that the organic ]law of the State. j I in those, t meagre element

denied the,right to be heard .in its defer ce but withered hearted extortioner: { n i in eulogy of General Lee, Justice William, I they have ordered two large new steamers MIssSIrrt.Very j![ sideJar_ _sul\e to the privilege of snfg

s before the courts?, Never let the Convcn- take his turn. It is this unworthy class oof White, adtniniste.ed the oath of office, utter for their N. Y. line; beside which Commodore difTurent: action' was taken in the people,of the.with.thenjselves.North ] &. ;

vention inflict'this cruel injustice upon its the; people of Florida who only can be injured which the keys of the Institution were submitted VnmlerbSlt{ and the English TransAtlantic Mississippi convention on,this. subject tt and 1 r the in their midst have all along said that .

1" more humble and ignorant fellow' freeman. by repudiation. The brave soldier] ,and the to the custody of the new President Company are about increasing their Governor SHARKET, has directed that thecases > negro and'have had'their', although generallyf ]

but rather let it take justice,and sound policy poor of the State who have been made to of the College. *' tonnage to meet increasing demands. The of f trec men shall be brought.before the j I I coed edut'tc minds'enhaht-

a for its guides' looking to the future peace of suffer fifty fold,! their share, would be benefit- Unaffected modesty is one of the strong intelligent nnd industrious Germanis civil courts, that they shall leave the right to j upon political sbject are not 'fit to
patient unite
with :them
society as well as to the dignity of a State ted by repudiation-and.this forms the largerand virtues in the character of General Lee, and i always an acquisition to this country, and sue and be sued. and shall be entitled to the 'I I of the Federal; at the ballot box.' The theory

which has It in her power now to show herj more worthy portion of the, people-for it was beautifully displayed] without ostentation we,!hope so see them pouring! by hundredsof protection of property and person. In those I I of Government is: that the .
people the '
self truly great, when rncst fallen., Let the, then their taxes will be greatly lightened.Ve' on this occasion. As'a matter of interest thousands. Ten or twenty thousand of counties where. candidates spring ,the question J I what separate States are equals. By

negro freemen of the State,then, be permitted ) are not-so sure but that,the_speculators to the' many followers]] of the General- ] these men scattered through East Florida, ,of introduction of negro testimony- ,I: educated,prtire e of of reasoning, then, is it that the

to enter the courts of the State, and be ,and extortioners will, though losing directly I IIn in the late armies of Virginia! we add,, a description and along the banks of the St. John's in the courts,they have_ been dcfete by the f'number : gr the North, and who

allowed to plead and to be impleaded'uwou1 pil(and ,advocates of non-admission_ fa as the, EJ $o small that he cannot distnib

be'heard'in all matters touching his life and hi'another.: general has retired,taken from the Lexington .climate of this prolific. land could do s undera those counties are concerned, repudiating.the f bodytpolitic white; ,, is not the equa of the northern -

.
his interests ,before the country. Let jibe, It Is a matter of sound policy that taxation Correspondent of the N. Y.: Herald, from system of intelligent chemical agriculture] proclamation- of Gov. SHARKEY, alluded tq ruin 4ian, the ,unlutored, bb

; t convention c2.deavor" and,succeed In raising in the State be reduced to the smallest possible whose correspondence we, glean the above, horticulture, &c. Will no etlorts be madx I i above. It js now placed: : .beyond.all. "question 1 i i'new-bord negro freedom of the Sut. by virtue of his

itself i .above,the narrow confines: of old preju-: sum. lest heavy taxes prevent immigrant facts : to invite them here ? SST. that General HUMPHREYS i is the Governor. stand full to take his

J '. ',: dices; new neceesity, a new era. and the, front coming into the State:: LOUD, taxationwould FUTURE RESIDENCE OF GENEAL LEE. : DOMttfGO. .i elect of this Slate,and it is said that President a a fledged citizen of the Soulh-
Stales and
'- j nst_solution af A vital question, call upon leave the door of enterprise wide opento A fine two ry-brick house,with massive Advices as' late as to the 9th Septemberare Joitxsox has extended't him a special i pardon ':"er here stand side,by side the
pf'tbcr
them to unite magnanimi: to wisdom, and immigrants, find their rapid entry into the portico and pillars in front and' having,, two oblalned from this_ Republic;. 'The Dominicans since his election, comP white man. WK hail the ao
+ wings, and on the game row with the College'Duildinga speaking with :they
.. :'f:;;;. these to justice:? Let it then not blink this I State-would have the tendency to, enhance is to be the, future residence of were then celebrating the second \ORT LARoL1X A..
:::-, matter; but make propergj provision for_ seca re-' the value of lands and other, property, :much, General!.Lee It has a capacious yard,bejju- anniversary their liberation from Spanish The convention' ,of this State convened on see that are glad
despite
In ust rights to ,the .frcedinan. above its present value, so that the capitalist :tifully shaded with 'oak; elm and)locust, trees, ''domination. the 4th insL, in the:capitol .in ,Raleigh, and the Jacobin leaders and pl ,
'
t ,/ The elevation of this class of people in therr.t who may lose some of his, i investments,,will ,and,a place tine hedgerow scholarly]of ease cedars.and It philosophic is a fitting :I 1 bn the.10th August, 1803, resolute'partyof : 'at once passed' t resolution t( hoist i the, the oftheNdrthan solid reflecting I
; ,;, State is an important consideration, ,and :find the increased and increasing value ,of content. .,At present the,General slopping Dominicans under General :Pimental,,suc national fag pver tho 'cpitol., The! President people haves not become mad.

: f ':t'L when the freedman learns that it is his priTHege others perhaps wore than repay him through at the Lexington,Hotel in town. It is expected t'uny.atacke the Spanish General Buce- appointed a committee n\e.Qrinace. yet

f:, =1- : ., tog,into the courts of the State, he the wise policy of repudiation; while the that we' will move with] his_ family: into 'tag at Macabon, and trove'hhn'from the'city of secession, who soon g :: .j ,*+. +

t of general Interests of the !State ,will see his new residence about the last: of tbis'month 'when' 'after General ,, which.was..promptly cPPted by a ,unanimous ThcFreeiMasons; of South Carolina i hat
largelyinhanced
,'f will,be made to feel at once that he is r And here we leave him In his home: soon Caspar Polanco ex' i ing appointed sr9 Buist, of Dewberry,

{ ; some importance In society,' and 'his pride through the developement of her that )Is to be, secluded and,shaded and hedged polled him from Santiago, and by.these successful ;vole: .' State,delegate Henry to the National Masonic Convention a

'. : Trill bejBtlmulatcd to every exertion: to .Improve resources | and the burdens? of her people Ie about by imposing mountains, and miles strokes the,whole interior,of the,coun That the ordinance of the Convention o t ,b.Kentucky, he and in ha
+"' become' ''. away from'railroads, and wilh never a longing the State of North ,Caroni]! ratified bn' 'tbt 1,. letter ;thatas .Free ccpt he ,would
: : and elevate himself and aid: him to greatly'!Jlghtepcd. trY ,wa, liberated from Spanish rule, .and 21st 'day ot" says a
thought, doubtless. tor the ,great outer t which: I adopted I endearurtotdu all he could! to aid in the res-
: :- come to 'a comprehension of the true relation;. We do not w'ish'to be' understood as advocating world and its more, enticing, -and splraaid, which after eighteen months of bold :and and ratified thy constitution of the, ;Unite I loration ,.bf? fraternal. the
;
Jte bears to t society> as a responsible, member repudiation 4 for the mere apt t .purpose of prre; I'_active,hostilities on the part 'of' the Domini States, and also all acts. dory" of. the Gener Nortii.and.. .'outh. ",l fit: 1iwen


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THE o PORT or jAqtsoNvriiX OCT.ao, _.. : J.:
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; c I. now any S c0er. at 11 o'cok A hmSavana ; V ,
1. "ft'm.I-UUD r.VKUY SATURDAY 1TOIINIXO BYJ. ($Detroit! ('orrespbitdcnce. j interior town in this State in the "waywof; V :The D<$'itlen\Stat been officially a list of passengers ad UUOTA18.. S. ." -:.. .

K. STICKNEY. trade The amount business done is ynly imformcd that the m ha almost. entire wih 1e Oct.17- MarlAi.Dafls: Perttng,New York. V- ;
DETROITI October 1, 18% surprising. Scarcely a train arrives at; the, disappeared from Constantinople' The infection a full fright We b tender the Captain Oct.20-Stmr. Fountain;, Gartner.'8*", { ,,-. ,.',

TB.0jtoll :per Annuni TERMS 1n Advance.No : I''I, The"summer- season,is now. about closed-! ,. V depot without anew stock goods for one l at Palma, the capital of the Island of our thanks for late York and Savannah ; V CXJUU&". V V( i/ ,j ;,.t,"

subscriptions taken for le><8 than Tl>nfCi, .'nth Thc merchants are laying :nsidc* their- stock or more of our enterprising merchants, and Majorca, appears in very aggravated form, Oct. 12.-Sehr.EIther Momr. New York V f <. VSV
,oi'ios five cents. we under. rail road have and : skill. ppr S Oct. 1 -Scbr. Susan E.Ktofin,Place.New Yort.VV "
*trul' on hand to make room for, thy snpply for the companies seems to baffle human Reports S Oct.14-Steamer 1IeI.nGet7.,ingrain,Saraanah .$ V
: JoD\"JnTI.IISG : : < their hands full in'shippiug cotton, lumber, have reached Port Mahon that the disease Is : The work of re-opening the railroads in Ocu 18Scbr.. Wenenh. W rr6t. New York. V V

1'''o d.>'J ri'l>cr Square of Ten 1I nparlf'lJJuell..or winter season. During the interim, times, of &c., hence to Jacksonville. The amount of spreading into the interior of Spain. Intelligence the South is progressing rapikly. Gf (d. 18-Scbr. Hers.Brown New York. V V

"i"viiiir( the same upa(. for first insertion : One course, in business circles'are dull. dry goods ind groceries sold in this 'town fiom the Consul at ;France, I Alabama and Tennessee now in Oct. 18-Brig H.Mean*," HaD,New York.Oct. V. '.'
blarites
insertion. a New York. "
dolisrYw.\liberal osh deduct subsequent!son made to pcnnaacnt adn.rtllertl..J I TUB WEATHER every day is remarkable. Every one of the is to the effect that this : isfrightfully .' munication with the Nor ant all the railroads 18-Schr.Varmane.Vanoane: c

old stores are occupied and we hear of several on *the increase there. 'Eighty I arc doing a V
o IJ HINTING during the month of September has been oppressively new ones to be erected shortly. The thousand citizens have left the city, and the lvely : THE. MARKETS. 4 V 1; V V V

lu -"rry"
for this latitude. The cool autumnal breezeS dwellings either, to supply the demand and day. that quarters are prp i V. JacluonTtll Arket. V V

;;pcci& deRpatch; to the Savannah' Herald.} of October are gratefully felt. A Florida capitalists would do well to conic to Gainesville for their Messrs.removal Clay from their, casemate preparatory Floor,per bbl....... ....$1',00* $10,00. V V S

and invest their money in the erection TOE WIRZ !TRIAL. t Ho 1Drpertb........ .. ,....... ....lOc. V t
NEW YORK Oct., 15. person is not appropriate here. prisons. j.
balesofmiiUlmg of stores, &c. The prices paid for"rental is The testimony in the Wirz case on both Cora Meal per Ib......f....,..........810,
The Kile.s of cotton to-day were .,O V
at r l to C2 cents. The pales of THE TRAVELto almost fabulous. One store, in town, that sides will probably be concluded to-morrow, UXCUBEHT FCJTDS. Fresh Beef per Ib..... .. ....s..10s12. .l.

Ho \\ .-ek are 50,000 bales. and fro through the city the past year has cost leased not more annual than 300 of in building to ,be is paid now 1 so far as it immediately; effects the prisoner. SUBSCRIBER WILL PAY THE HIGHEST Chick a per.piece.....'.....!.........10*. *

at an rent $300, addition introduce THE oncnrent do .......... ... ... ..... .
lt! clo cil at 1445-8. been immense. The various But the government will in price fo 'fD V Etrg per .i. .. .. .40 a 60
<; > railroads have in advance and this is the case, McCORMICK.Jacksontine .
quarterly testimony of a general character bear Butter per Ib........',....i...........fOaCO.SwestPotatoen #
been crowded with not in instance but in ew 21, '
business. A deal only one many. OL. 18.-
great
L-ito Northern exchanges by the stertuierIV'ntniu Era Oct. Ut/t. ing on the general charge of conspiracy.Gen. per bushel..J; ...... 1SOaZOQ. .

of travel to Chicago passes through here.- FRANCIS I. WHEATON, Irish per bbl....: ... ..;....5,000,00.
the
twings us pleasing intelligence .
There -- and arrived in Washington CoTToii V STile
Grant
seems to be no abatement to the emigration family V ;
of ibe liberal wn .on parole of Messrs. 'Ste. westward. While the Negro Suffrage in Connecticut.The on the 13th, and will make their future jUtO JUDGE OF FKOBATK FOK DTJTAJ.. COPSTT.of following quotations has been the ruling" figure
greater of of Office corner
part resumed tbe practice
. j.Ii.: .'n- of Georgia, George A. Trcnholui, of the Republican: party in Connecticut_has residence at the pleasant mansion on George HAS and Market street L". Agent fo tile for the past week,ending 15th |nst. : .

' C..t"Vvl: )lr. Reagan, Texas,Campbell,of emigrating population goes farther west been first in bringing before the public the i town Heights. Col. E. S. Parker, of the Gen- purchase and Bale of Real E t I i SZA ISLAXD.McCartLy V .

\ Clark of the population of Detroit increases steadily. distinct issue otliegro suffrage and the result. eral's staff, also arrived this morning, after a October tf Ginned......... .' ........70 a 74

.\IJ Iuu\: ami Charles: Mississippi, Those who tarry here are of the class that has been unmistakably 1:1'1'. in prolonged absence on the business of the Indian HOUSE Ho tier, Ginned.......;.....,;,............w a 70 V

by order of President Johnson. arc not so impatient to reap the golden harvest Connecticut is'very weB regulated. There is Commission. House I.urgeor small.NE.or part of*House. Saw.Ginned... ................63 a 83 VVLLJD
fly :-pedal dispatch to the Savannah no universal suffi age. They have the best WASTED JAMES 8..HIGGINS S

Herald datetl New York, October 15, 5000. I supposed to be ready for gathering "out rule of qualification when properly adminis- I Our Future Army, Oct 21-tf t $t tbt Drug Store. Ordinary..............j......V. ..28 a 31 ., ,

!uVs: middlings> cotton were sold at CJ to 'West" but settle into some steady business tered, to wit, the qualification of intelligence. i' The new order for military reduction just BURNING OF THE MUSEUM. Middling...,........J.........33 a U

and grow up with the place. The consequence They allow no man to vote who cannot read. issued by the Lieut.-General, is of sweeping Middling:Fftir.......1.. ...:...........83 8T
f,2;: (rt-n'.s, The sales! for the week were 50, How they determine the degree intelligence f LETTER FROM MR. DABNUU. .
is that business in Detroit is seldom character and quite the opinionsof
,
oft.) bale-. we ae; not informed, but we presume that a those who had justfe designs NEW YOI July U, 1865.Meur .' Savannah Market. .'.
disturb by revulsions, failures and panics as and examined Grnt's .". .......
-. .- --- --- voter may be challenged _by for :army were of the most '. Herring Co: Flour per bbl. common. .J: ..(3,03ft $9.00.
S I>isTix\ 1mEnRRIL.0111hc" morn- i is the case at intervals in cities that nomiual1 the inspectors at the polls. It was a very fair I moderate a character.permanent Two lines sweep out of I OZKTLKXRC-Though the destruction of the Amer.Can I I. .1. Baltimore Extr.;;.......11,0012,00. V

in; oi I etC i''lh! aoovn 3 ocortk, our usv ; 1'\t' fnjiin&.noounde tl-prosperity. case therefore in which to bring the i issue forj j I the service all volunteer cavalry east of the the MUIUD I am.proved happy to a verify serious the loss old to adage, that, Rice per cwt...'|.. .......t.\ ...........',51 "",,

; ward. It was not prnpo'coo give all i I Mississippi River. A short sentence provides \'publC.wind thut blows nobody gx>d." and, consequently Butter per Ib In firkin.. ..;........85 a.o.

coLThr4aI: city was taken soniewfcat on A FRUiT CO ERY.\TOnY. negroes the }privilege of vtinhut n' to give I. for the bv colored troops of all congratulate you that your weU kow .. G ''en'I. .......' .S7 a 40.COTTOX '

"imri't'tl\. peculiar tint of the light of day, I One of the latest enterprises that has been the ballot to those who were MilFicicmly edu sea-coast garrisoning forts south of Fortress Monroe, I ste'have qualities again In an demonstrated ordeal of nnnanal their severity.The ari ,; I
proof
\\hkh made on: look around to see what I started here is a plan out for the cated. The result is> a \ery plain abortion with two exceptions, and orders the muttering -I.i safe yon made for me some time ago was in the Ordiiuiry... ... ........."'.J...... .....J7 a 28e ,
pre-
of the theirs .
of Connecticut that at
ur.-, the matter. Was it heavy smoke from ring of fruits. The building is constructed least is people a State in which the government is a out of nil otliC colored! troop as fast as they .1 ote of,h Museum and in the, on hottest the second of the$floor are, back part o, Middling...... .. ....:I..............S3.3S. ..

can be dispensed with. Other sections of i buUdI. hours or trial it Good Middling...... ...<...........3S a 38
the city funiacees hanging on the air to pollon so as to be capable of holding seven thousand: government of white men. It will not do to the General Order make provision for thegarrisoning four it tbi day.baa amo ? ,;
the debris, and on opening a nj
the liclit of the sun ? JJol 1 above head bairels of apples, besides, a large quantity of rail at this decision. T.e: people of that State of the Northern forts by small ita content in very good order-boob, paper. policiesof New York Markets.Xrv f V
I are notoriously the most intelligent peoplein insurance, bank bills all in condition for immediate YOMC Oct.13, 1865.Superflnestateandwesteru .
the atm :pl\crc was clear, yet momentarily smalifruit. The temperature inside is kept atI all the United States. There i is no State detachments pfregular infontry or artiliery. and noble commentary on the trustworthinessot ... .. .
I I is said about the regiments of the use, a OoW.. ... .i.. ....,.... ... 1.43 a M4
,' t' !5) nbrc the shade of sunlight ::3 in advance of Connecticut ulhor in education Nothing Herring's Fire-Proof
; \ \ mo degrees or one degree above freezing point I Veteran Reserve Corps,from which it may be Safes.Truly yours.P. floor... ..$T 175

until :idle l 'a tadden it YlS discovered that I by keeping ice over and around the Malls. intellectcalth or civilization. It is true inferred that Lieut.-Generol is waiting untilit T. I3ARNL'M.jjit1UNG'S E: &State.................... ....785800CboiceState .

\\e were \is>Ued by a distinguished arrival,an When: the building is closed, it is perfectly I:! the religion of the State has been falling oil I shall be seen what action the forthcomingCongress I I _CHAMPION SAFES. ....... -.........810825
of late: hut this has not been against the negro will take in reference to the rctention PATENT Common to medium extra Western .....1 U a 773
eclipse a partial: eclipse of the sun by the :air-ti-ht. By this means the fruit is prevented equality idea; On the coat: :ury, the tendency The mott rtlialle protection from fire now known Extra round hoop Ohio .......... ..800 .850 .
of \ f that body. with Western. rade brand*.....l.......915 all SO
portion of make ( [! 8rca
churches been
:.;<>on, which obstructing a goodly from decaying and will remain in a state many; bas to ebony HKBMXO & Co.'s PATIXT '
that this action ....
The country \'i not JTorget Crpta led Iron the best: Common Southern .,. ..;.... ....860>1050
lu- rays mellowed hK light down to a soft of preservation over a year. The experiment idols and orshop tlu'm. He who has refused of the by which the Herring & Floyd' Patent drill ever lIlanufaMured.IIERIUNG Fancy and extra do.. ... ..-.........I0:0al450Common
burglar's
to bow "WIto the new image has: been re- Leut..Ocnerl mIltar' security against a & CO., lUinadian ... ... .,... .. .....8 00*840
S a.i.l bewitching hue. Smoked glasses were has been sulllciently tested to warrant: gajdulasirreH] iou< In no" State in V he power the mlct lmits, Murray KU New York. Good to choice and extra...;....,.......850 1125
; :No. 251 Broadway corner
when th> shad- by \lueh the expenses government Rye flour (snperfine)... ..*..........550610
-oon brought into requisition success in the undertaking. Even with expense L'nion could( a more fair tiial be had of the PARREL HERRING ft 00., Philadelphia. .. .... ...... '
and the taxation of the i people are greatly HERRING & CO., Chicago. Com meal Jersey '1" 490a500
U-,\ of the moon could i)e seen co'eringbout: keeping the supply of ice equal to wj11inn($: of the people to extend equal reduced been rendered possible only by Corn mI Brandywine..... .... ........S75a- i,
_ _
.ual to the The his meal,Urandwine,pqncbeon*.....26 00
the polit fights ncgio. Republican Oet.213mSOTU.'E. Cora a -
two-thirds the Sun's furf.icc, leaving: the waste, the proprietors expect to, realize party in the laM I i determined the wise and conciliatory policy ot the President COTTON was gin Irregular a81 considerably excited; I

ballauce of the oib to appear: through wuoktl luanilsomcly by the investment. LC'gbbtlf': I toward the Southern States, which has days after date I will make application to some were asking 46c. for middling grades at the opening V
to try the issue. They passed the provision i entirely allayed the rebellious spirit and TmRTY I Judge oi Probate Dnval County. Fla., but. in order to effect sale, were obliged to make u
< ghfcs, like a jilorious new moon of K\eraltoysWa. RAILROAD INSURANCE COMPANIES by u strict party VOte. For several years profound between all parties for leave to sell a portion of the real estate of J. I'. concession, the market closing-rather easier and Dearly

Thi't.ltc ol affairs lasted thirty they had maintained a popular: majority: in produced peace Belknap deceased. iiominal dour qu.-iatiOu annexed.. The tale wen I
It i is often said that a Yankee will find away the Slate and doubt entertained and races. A. II. MOORE, Adrar. about 3,500 bales. We quote:- V
minute when the celip-e pa: cd no was Oct. 21-4.t Jacksonville Fla. UplamL Florida. Mi sZe. X 0 II r.
or forty to turn everything to profit. The frequency among their leading politicians that they .- Ordinary.... ....41$ ;41 42 42

away as quiitly a< it had cotne leaving the of Railroad accidents of late has been would carr this provision, and give to the Dispatch from S Prettitlent.WA5.nixr.TOX.Governor. Ilolden to the NOTICE. Middling.........58 '58 69 59

Sun :1nil1 "in : fl1g1ory.- !'resi YT'distinct notice of the intentions persons indebted to the estate ofJ.P. Belknsp,"" Good middling no.62: W 63 64 P

-- 5--- I the cause of establishing insurance companies and expectations of the party which -- Oct.- 6. 1Af. ALL of Dnval County deceased, are reques.ted.to V

CITY IMPROVEMENTS.-We are pleased to' to insure passengers for the trip over the I elected him. The result has been astounding The President this i evening i received the make claims immediate against said payment estate are and requested nil person to present having the U. S. MAIL LINE.V :

note that among the buildings being erected railroad at the rate of ten. cents per day for to those who labored the progiessive following dispatch i from Governor Ilolden: same properly authenticated to the nuderaigned with .
three thousand dollars doctrines. In the heart of New England, ina I R\LEII X. C., Oct. 6, 186o. in the time prescribed by Law. or this notice will be The ra.or1e Steam Packet. formerly knows *s the .
be the
in the city, b quite an addition to the Taylor to paid to \ "
I State where the most violent radicalism To the President of tie United states: pleaded in bar of their recovery.A.. "St. Johns, now named the r
heirs of the victim of carelessness and -bad I M. MOORE, Admr.
of to be
adjoined I
House consisting a building has been and former
on -.
rampant triumphant SIR : The Convention has just passed the Oct. 21-3.t Jacksonville Fla. HELEN CETTY _
to the Wttl end of the old building, whichi management. The business has bc, >>me occasions the people emphatically declare : following by a unanimous vote : f I V

i= to br seventy by thirty feet, and three sto- quite profitable. The bills and posters hang: that negroes shallot be admitted "to equal I That the ordinance of the Convention of HILL SITE WANTED. Commanded Captain O. A. ''Inarakam again per. .'
ou the line between Barannah.Georgia and
I political }power, white men. the State of North Carolina ratified the immediately an eligible mill site on the St. manently
This establishment is now under : in depotsith timc-tnble po ten:. and their I on WANTED of JacksouvilleAddrr8. Pabitka.Florida. touching at Darien, Brnnwick,St. V
ri Yuh. in the vicinity
< Kiver.
Let be remenibeied that this is a State 21st November 1789 which Frrnandin.and all landings the .bn
I I it : day adopted Mary*, on St.J
i 36 P. O.
O. C. Box
with
around the railroad
,
the conduct of Hawkins & Co., and with agents are runners decision. In this Vote we have an instance and ratified the Constitution of the United Oct. 21-tf Jacksonville Fla. River,to Palatka carrying the U.S.MaiL V
I I as though was a partnership: between I of the excrr-Ne: of State the She will leave Savannabevery Thursday at 10 o'clock .
the .lUilitional! facilities that it is preparing 70olTir sovereignty, States, and also all act and parts of acts of A. M..arrive at Jacksonville on Friday kirt returning
i them. I highest t excrete of it indeed, since( it is a the General Asscmblv and adopting for Savannah 'lor
will doubtless its long well ratifying will leave every Saturday at 8 o'clock A.
surpass I __.._ _. I question going to the Mtv foundation of allS amendments( to the said! constitution, are now 1865. FALL TRADE. 1865. M. : 5 I. 4

Mibliabcit: reputation under the past management The (:use of 3. J. to JOHN S. 8AMMJ3 CO.,
of its worthy hostess, Mrs. Taylor, I and Instructive pceiic just now. No one has thereof, have been, in full force and September 23-tf Agenu.JfOTICIE. .

\\ho. for has been well and favorably I The testimony in this case closed on Monday -, thought ,lequet-ting President: Johnson to effect, DIt notwithstanding the supposed ordinance I .. f
years
lic.- last. Yesterday, the coumcl for the unfortunate -i interlere and compel Connecticut to give negroes of Jlay I 1861, declaring the to S V

known to the local and travelling pu man D. P. Ilogue and M. D. rap, ( thc light of voting. That Stateis still same to be repealed, recinded,and abrogated; FRESH ARRIVALSOF OIX WEEKS AFTEB DATE )HE WILL APPLY TOO

The demands for hotel accommodations Esqs., made their defence. Capt. Moore, the within a military district, and the writ of I and the said supposed ordinanc is now andat the Honorable Judge Probate of Dun County, V
Fla., for Letter of administration on th* estate of
promise to be very large this winter, and we I Judge Advocate, submitted .he case without Habeas Corpus remains slpemlthere.I .- all times hath been null and void. Eliza Baldwin late of said county, deceased. VS

all hotels will be filled to the reply, when the Court was cleared (for the But we have not heard of any ) to The Convention will dispose of the slaver A. K. BALDWIN. .'
doubt not our finding,the result of which will not known proclaim the negroes citizens in ful standing question( to-morrow. The State ( S WM. L. BALDWIN. .

uttermost of their capacities. until the reviewing officer, which we believeis or t compel the adoption of new plan I be fixed for the first Thuisday of November.Very September 3g 6-w :

3Ir. TUOMAS SIMMOXS, who has an exten- Major General Footer, shall pass upon the as a military necessity, On the contrary: it Respectfully l S week after date NOTICE.we wjll apply to the AMine V

civc acquaintance in this State and Georgia, proceedings.-Floridian, 13fA imt. is conceded\ that neither the General Gover.ment WM. HOLD'EN, Provisional Governor. SIX of Probate of Dan Coootv Stats of Florida -

nor any State except Connecticut, ,for lettets Adminumtioa on the Estate of Alexander -
.
and to who e urbanity of character is said to V V late of said ,
ANOTHER t'RGL.RY.P learn that the not even Massachusetts any right to interfere Holmes county deceased.

joined great skill as a caterer, as the general store of our young friends Hogue & Ran- with the absolute power of Connecticut Brevet Hundred Brig-Gen.and Briscoe, late Colonel of 3ST :EJ "W GO ODS_ JOHN PK1CE.MABY JANE.1I0RRIS. t V V
the One
Ninety-ninth Pensyl-
manager of the House, and will contribute dolph was broken open last night and robbed to determine who shal vote in that vania Regimemt, who has been in command 1 _September 23GwpMACKINE :
State. So that the of State rights l
of goods amounting to $150 to $200.-
much to the increase of its popularity.In district
of the Lynchburgh military was arrested -
its internal affairs SHOP AND FOUXDBT.
and State sovereignty over
This is the second burglary within a week'stime.Florz
addition to the other well establishedhouses in Lynchburgh, on Friday,in tie act
with all ofall notwithstanding -
ln, \Zth inst. prevails men parties, rob the of THE subscriber bavin l located la Jacksonville U
to
the Florida House, near the depot, is the fierce attacks! which have attempting___ government. -VV -- I 1'nvu ni i-rt f* uecuir auJ'M. oruers wtA I $ uen. isnscoe comes ot a ingniy respectable business with neatness and despatch VV
now opened under the auspices of those Tribute of Respect. ben male on these principles. be I t UU Irish family, attached to the Episcopal j .JOIDt CAEDY., V V V
The of President Johnson V
policy wi P. 8.-A fine Grist Mm is ittachM to the premises
AL-
Messrs. Church. He favorite aid the
clever and popul.fr gentlemen, Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God to I sustained by this vote. It will him was on inrunning order,which will b griadinjr every Satur. V V
and JOSEPH HADDOCK be removed violent and sudden andit stf of the late Maj.-Gen. Phillip Kearney,in day. September -tf
BERT Dnru.u.t cause to by a great strength with the country at large, .
whose managementill doubtless give satisfaction death our Brother, Jasper D. Bassett, ought to operate} with force on the positionof early years of the war, serving most creditably V
relation with the
from this earthly scene of his use fulness.- men in Congress this fall. It would certainly in this late acting G DRESS;MAKING. .
to the public. Brig.-Gen. James E. Mallon, killed in battle PA Es. C. A. SKCOfER LNFOEMS TIlE LADIES
And, whereas, it becomes those amcng be inconsistent in member of SLAGEJaI
any .
--- --- I very at Bristow Station, October, 1863. iii of Jacksonville,that she luis now located in this
ELECTION whom he has accustomed to mingle as a Congress from Connecticut, were he to takea place and is prepared to cat,fit, and make dresses la
TilE friend, brother and citi/'n.to record their po.-ition in favor of forcing negro suffrage -. the floated and latest etylw. BesidenceonFonrythSt.

. Intelligence from the election throughoutthe appreciation of his virtues and noble qualities 1- on the Southern States. He might very pro Dntl of n Famous Old Negro. Is now opening one of the largest Stocksof between Wasblngtou and Adams Sis., house fornwty
N. C. Dennen.
occupied
State comes in very slowly. We have of heart, and at the same time their I perly be told to go home and elevate the Smith, an aged the overseer Jacksonville by Sej t. IS-tf. \5 V
Clay
gathered the following results from our exchanges sense rf the deprivation which this Lodge, negfocs of his own State to equal social and and foster-brother of neg General J. F. GOODS ever offered in this market, con- =- .V

the community and more especially his political rights before attempting do so in .
died in .
of xOTI :
- from the \"iz II. Claiborne, Mississippi, lately,
:
interior, of
sisting V
bereaved relict have sustained Theiefore States. It is that the V
other highly probable
Mississippi. He boasted: thai his ancestorshad ? MY STOCK OF, GOODS. V
- IIiLLfeuouocGiL-James Gettis. be it result of thi election secure to the Pre of tAVINGDISPOSEDOF business In Jackaua-
-
wi belonged to and been.a part the Claiborne np wy
J EFFERSOX.-, C. Bird, Asa May and Resolved That in the death of our Brother sident and his policy support of several family fr a hundred and fifty years.HU .- DRY GOODS IN EVERY VARIETY. ).against me are reques. S
.
W. B. Cooper. Jasper D. Bassctt, the community, of nembers of Congress, who might otherwise father, Jack Smith, was coachman to ted to present to me are the same requested neUtement to|make,and immediate all parties payment Indebted .

L.F.'ETTE.Io Simmon which he was a member, has been deprivedof have been regarded as doubtful.-JV. T Jour Colonel Thomas Claiborne, for thirty DRESS COODS, of the ame. F. K. HOW ABD.

one of its most useful citizens, who was nal.of Comment. member Congress from Virginia, and years was _Sept-lg,186Mf. \ Jackaonvflle.! *. V
MERINOES -- ---
FRENCH
LEVY.H. Colter. ever prompt at the call of duty, ready and I -0 'S the Revolutionary war by t
captured during
James C. Evans: willing to discharge the obligations of socic- Potatoes Potatoes ,
LIEEBTT.- I A great D1Sq meeting of negroes and freed- the famous British partisan, Tarleton while WOOL, DELAINESa

LEO J. L. Taylor, G. T. Maxwell. sr,and who was loved and respected by nlle.pa.1.le men was held at lgetieldTvnn.on the 5lh, driving his master's carriage. fou splendid PRINTS DOMESTICS 5 BABBELS IRISH POTATOES.' V V
kind affrction- U GOO bnabela Corn ;
S appreciating a pnd address
thousand bein An which he drove turned
six were over
BASER.-Samuel Williams. person present. oays (ow la store and for sale in quantities 0 suit fUr. ,. t
atc as well as a noble and generous spirit.2d. was made by Brig.-Gt'ii. Fisrc. He rejoiced to the dragoons, and Jack was made groom AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF chaser,.at WELLS V I', V
CLAY.-Wm. Wilson. That not only has the community been that the negroes of Tenne !!e were freeas to Colonel Tarleton. A few nights afterwards September 9-tf Auction'and Commission Store. t

;. .-Dr. S. T. Overstreet.PCTXAM. robbed cf one of its brightest ornaments, but God intended them to be. He told them Jack made his escape on Tarletou's favorite FANCY COODS .V
\ tU,Lodge has also been bereft of one of its themselves to I which was from GARDEN ;SEEDS 5'V
: .-H. It TEASDALE. that they must prove enttled. charger, Scipio, purchased : ,

'S GADSDEK.-G. K. Walker, It.!!.).David most zeal nnd useful fidelity and in ettt promoting med m the mbers principles, whose of freedom by industry, sobriety and him by his master, and presented to the Marquis TRIMMINGS, JUST received by steamer Fonatala a lot of Garde* V t
His duty was to see that they dischargedtheir de Lafayette. Jack Smith and his descendants ', which will be warranted. VV
5- son, A. J. Forward. ;. Free Masonry while they illustrated the excel du'ties. He would put the black man in memory of tnis achievment, BUTTONS AT WELLS' AUCTION STOUT- ,

. DAVIDSON.-A. J. Forward.. ''. lence of the order, cause his loss to be reirardcd in the jury-box and on the 'itnt s Iand.-' always had a horse named Scipio. On ever Septembers ; tf J I

WAUKALLA.-James T. MaybccORAXGE. t by this Lodge as calamitous and almost I His n mm ks were received with great cnthu-\I plantation where one,of the family was t AND BALMORALS. V V )
: irreparable.l hiiuni. 15c ir.sIclhvce'' 1., u\ual 0 I 1(1sp found the name was preserved, To Jiasten of TcsMcIs.Sr ,)

' .-W. II..Ilolden. -- ,.. :3d. That as Masons, citizens and friends, (al crc, jiftci vlicl] ) ii! < n (V( 'fl u j jn'1 a1 to Sp: whenever the animal abbreviate CLOTHING. S .Joan's nan Oct.12th 18#. V

-Tuesday- we sympathize most deeplyith the affiic- O D. FISK Motes tin} t. ctj Dr r V L. jiit (1OOr'COH scrub. Alter the surrender of .CornwallisJack V &' '! :Shipmasters Jacksonville ; you teed
;. The Election on I I bereaved of deceased t not fear the Steamer Loyalittr far a*towing Is
lion of the conscrt our I toacerned.aa -
1 leen tint to ilnifom } but continued in the
inS was emancipated, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
S off'with extraordinary quiet V
Passed JnH' I think she la >ble to tow anything to sea .
1 unite lamenting
this city and county. There was no disturbance ,i Brother\ and while we with her in .cr 1 I.( US11 c'iCenr.t; f t i niu ct I ''li: E'tre service of the family and removed with the now lAig, in the port Jackenville. .

S the> or' so far as we J I a oss which, however great to usis and ha\e ct nrn: at polls ejsewhere. ,
S I ber ''we tender her in the most : .P..VA BRUNT.
agonizing "U itlin 011h I in tLe .
have beard. The result is that Jlessrs! J. L. I 1 tuc Cl.iv, Smith early youth was body CASSIMERES Oct. It-2t Master Schr.A.Thomu.r .
:5 Dr. G T. bx\n11,Thomas Baltzell, respectful manner, our heartfelt sympathies, will be) a pc ne-i til cerring! < r* (11 f (fHl < )IC,I 1 servant of the late General Ferdinand LeeClaiborne. ,
.-S Taylor,I*. were elected. praying tbat lie who only can, may apply) hnvirg: 1 ( ) efcctd to \ )CLIC of Natchez, father of the rebel VESTINGS, -
I
and D.
Ilqgue Dr. R. P. Daniel. .
.' arnUl'n'ntE .
lace
the balm of His consolation to her now
S of t the South. I took in SATINETS:
Claiborne. the
; With two precincts: to hear from, which dif'lnnt parts General Clay part resumed the practice of bis profession in
rated heart. _
S the result the following is I -.- battle of the Holy Ground, where housedto FLANNELS. ETC. HAVING .. and its 'treIofdf'nf'8
i cannot change leaf in the Minute Book I I vicinltr may be found at the. V
; __ 4th.' That a blank ) and Mass-i Sam Houston of -
)[
.t- 0I JfOKTlt CARORIXA ('OX' I TIOX. boa t, "he were Joseph Bidi1: V V
tl.s,' Lnc"m ; of the Lodge be inscribed to the memory of i wounded." He was in Fort Mims et l'-4tp i I
J L Tavlor 1 .274G.T. severely BOOTS AND SHOES .
, our deceased Brother, with the date of his initiation The Ordinance of Hwevsion Declared that ;
dreadful
fii .Maxwell. S Null nnd "old.RU.Et and only escaped massacre by .
I and death that the memben FOR L&
wcnr Misses'andChlldrcns'
-
Thomas Baltzell .. .. . ,239 .. ; leaving with a despatch for Gener ClaIborne -. Including all the new stylesofLadies' 'S
and the he'clothed in lor 6 WAGON and TEX MULES AND
Lodge mourn from the ill-fated 'Ljaced Balmoral A
Major
'f; D. P. Ilogue ..... .. ..198 80 and tbat these resolutions be published the ordinance Fancy WATER LOT In the business centra of JackaonYilK .
Covention
days, The
todn passed Beaslv, two hours before the Indians surprised Apnly to the subscriber atQutaCT, TU.
M.D. Pany..1.3 V
p.; in the Tallahassee and }1ur tmna papers that tho ordinance of 20th varieties. "
declaring May Oct l'-
'.1' ,. 165 the fort. During the Murrell excite tp fmILVLLEGLZ. S
G.D.Chaires. . . ,
>. and be sent to the of our null and void.
family
128 a copy 1861, i island always has been, ment, in Mississippi, in 1830;when the central -.._fc V VV V
In
; B. F. Handkerchiefs and Hosiery .,
1 deceased Brother. The vote to strike out all after the .enacting counties of Mississippi were' under marti NQTRE.V

.;. J.H.Gatlin_elected... .conservative \ EDWARD'BRADFORD, Jr. cause and insert tlesubstitute was Ot to 19.' :il law, from an, apprehended Insurrectionofthe ,great. variety., CEt WEEKS AFTER 5 DATE I 'WILL APPLY TO .VII I
; '. The gentlemen are JNO.; ,L. 'TAYLOR. Committee. vote on the of the ordinancewas and while and ) the Att'g Judge Probt, for Dual county fcr
; in other words, they accept, Jhe "logic of Wir. E. DANKLLT i unanimous.: passage negroes, manypersons, Bonnet and Belt Ribbons of all letteri of Administration on the estate of Cornelias "
j. events" and l will conform their action there S Floridlan.A. clored: were summarily executed, Clay had V V West late of-ld county deceased. V S ,
- .4. charge of one hundred negroes in. .Madison kinds.UMBRELLASAND. Oct.14, 18M-e-w WEET WEST., V V VV
to. Floridian.
t > '. How 5KETCIIUM SPENDS ins TIME.-The county, the focus of the excitement, and by
;"', New York of the Cincinnati and andthe universal PARASOLS WASTED. -
PASSE? GE .'Happy Solution'of the Kentucky DU.S correspondent his prudence discipline; V
:: Per Fountain from Savannah- fiCUltiCM. S ,' Gzeteays- 'that Kelc'ium, the forger, bears confidence reposed in.him, it wits almost the A GOOD BAKES AND CONFECTIOHJER.ONI THAT
steamer Is master of the Itnatneac> and having a good V
S and has settled the difficulty in the Tooinbs with remarkable plantation in the country 'that escaped HATS AND CAI'S.S
Alberto President only .
:
)Irs. Enping and danghter.Mrs. The recommendation can find employment and good 'CT* ,.-
daughter: I). Cook-nnd lady, S. C. Kimball about military commanders: In Kentucky, resignation and calmness.5Ills wife, it! suspicion. There was! no overseer on the at Madiwrn. C. H.Fl*. V v. V JAMES ROGERS. '

'S and l(.,. C. L. Mather and l M! y,E. W. Samml which has been the cause of such great uproar is said, has not visited liim;,but two or th place; for six w eks.heprJnite no'one to : GLASS V, CROCKERY, WOODEN AND Oct 14, -m ; Madlaon. C, H.Fla. V

:_ tml ,lady, G. W., Green ,and lady, G.: for a long time; by abolishing martial of his fair,friends make frequent calls at his leave or enter the he stood WILLOW WARE. : V

JOMJlh lady and four children, Mrs. Hall, jaw in the titate. It now: makes but lute prison. quarters. He passes much of his I guaFd every night around the dwelling of his T.W. SIMS J.F. V V V

daughter and servant, Judge J. )L, Baker* '"aiflerence whether Gen.JllIQlror any otltcr reading poetry and in inditing sentimental -i mistress. On his master's return from ,Congress FURNiTURE.PARLOR F. TF. SIMS & CO.

, lady and four children, Mr*.' Finlayson,,3lssMiller. General is nominally ,in.command: ; for' the epistles to,the divinities alluded to, ,he offered him.h s freedom and a farm; S S FACTORS AND V

: H.A. Taylor J. Bhanchard Rev W.; Inn merable questions" arising about slavery while he is the frenent.recplent'ofvlri usI but he 'refused to accept them. The Govern- V General ComrpLs-ion MoroKants. VV ,.

E. Hamilton A. Houses,Capt. Burgess, A.P. and negraep, about contumacious, parsons, perfumed, rns .1n.ed Hb- o: of Mississippi (the late'Hiram G. Runnels); DINING. : ROOM. V V BAY V STBEET S4VANNAH, GA. V .:,. V

,; Price,J O. nam80n. W. A.- Lovell, T. T. treasonable: language, bilious' graybacks, and I emily supplied books,V flowers and del who had been an eye-witness of his conduct AND CHAMBER SETS V tHAtu4 or S

:.:, Long:]$. H 'V l1ace. A. 0. 3IcDonald J.,Y. so forth, will not come under military juris icatcs.Hon.. V presented him 1 certificate, on parchment, HEBCBANDISX' PBODUC2. TDXBZS. LTJUBXS.V '. : ,
Pickett,-Gen. W. J. Hardce. C. Btone, Henry diction: Civil law, and civil officers will his tdeliy,; and Colonel H._M. All of which will be sold cheap for cash. AND COTTON. V!. V
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J Smith, G A Whitney, J. Gorman,H. B. Hoi- henceforth be'dominant, and' <:orrnot: A. H. Stephens is now occuping: the John't Elder, Colonel Fulton, Gen.C. ?, Consl nrnents are respectfully solicited, tad Vwiite.. V.

Ion. Col MiCoraack, N B Ward, B.W Pow. they alwaysoperate'with a prtmipitude\ and room5aWarren known' as the "the M. G. R.,Fall and other distinguished :Merchants from'the Interior will do well eeired strict and attention promptly and done.j tho Forwarding- 1m BrulMWcarefaDj Octli '. 5.V It
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ell, Dr. Hinen. S. L. Niblack, Dr. Lawrence, rigor equal to the military' authorities, there I headquarters," and, according to the Boston citizens, made up a ,purse of three to call and examine stock before pur- VV

., S H.MeginnjgJ. Clark, W II Henderson, W.Anderon. is no doubt tbnUhcy"'WiU net more5 to: 'the TrateUert seems t b enjoying better- health hundred dollars for him. V my WANTED- .V .'-

S public satisfaction> and more favorably to the then heretofore. takes -1\Cu8tme He was burled with the crcmonies' of the chasing elsewhere. YOUNQ MAN WISHED) A SITUATION IN A VV

; COX8IOSEES restoration of tliat contented and fraternal nft moon.w81 and church; and,'as 1 soldier Wa 1812, V S A 'Dry-CKxxi*Store as salman. V V S
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Fr.H.'J.E CXODTN. I Annual :5Ierinsro 'ofGotoniiorRrowiiIttW. f JOHN'JONESWholesale 1 1I --=
: John Oakh.-.rt andRon. Vreedmen. AUhIr I f
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: NABUVILLE, 1'1 Oct.3. : INGEBSOLL
* Commls- 'flip Women I>e torlliief :Unll..nt'ln..lb.t'E'FX \ 1.,.
Assistant
: : John Onkhcart and Son nrc Baltic merchants. Col. Samuel Thomas, j I and RetailIRUGGIST !
Governor Brow nlow delivered his annual
'" ... father's s iO ncr for Freedmen's Affairs, in 'an official WNPRCD GOING TO w.\stihOTON I
f Young, John entered his 1I1t'8Slgd% .tu the General) Assembly to-day I I Wliolci3le Retail
communication dated TERRITORY.
Septan-
of Yfcksburgli, '
office ns a clerimt sixty.pounds a year,
I
.! He congratulates the assembly on witnessing t .
'y '. which he paid.his mother forty for his board, ber'14, while'giving his returns for August, Mr. A. S. Mercer, a resident of Washington the termination of tha rebellion and the signal Bay Street Jacksonville. DEALERS IN GENERAL

i : : lodging and: washing, and clothed ,himself says the records in that part of Mississippi Territory says The Commercial of yesterday : l triumph of our arms. In relr-ml1u new ,

not imagine ,thatMr. are destroyed, and that persons are reluctant has engaged for seven hundred Wonld call the attention of dealer* and consumers
with the odd twenty. Do passage
r subjects of legislation the wishes of the to bin large ami select UHHortiucnt of Drugs, Patent
Oakheart's 'establishment required this to supply the missing information. He states women in the United, States steam honest: and loyal people of(the State shouldbe Medicines, Fancy Article,Palntn. Oil*, Window (1131'1, :MERCHANDISE.Provision
that plantations arc leased in Louisiana Stationary., Kc., smoii;? wtidl..may lie I.!nn v assistance.; ZThoold gentleman desired! to ; transport: Continental, for the flourishing region consulted for they arc always right. .. ; j
: Sn1p1IAleQrl l1inC',
make his son feel independent-he was a 57 of them by whites, and 58 by blacks; also from which he hails. These women He recommends amendments and additions Ciwtor Oil, : .

man; earned his, own ,livelihood,. and he 130 in Mississippi, 113 "of them by whites] ; are from the surplus population of Massachusetts to the franchise law, but says: "I am by no Crram Tartar.('.,lom..l. ..

; should feel that he supported himself. At and 23 by blacks. There are 13,500 acres in ::, and the enterprise of deportation has fine MM**, '
advocate of its do the
means an repeal nor
,!
five of : 'young!' 'Oakheart Bl plantations in Louisiana and.)Mississippi the of of the best men in that Mnllbnr,
age approval -
many
twenty years loyal people of the state wish sweeping -
any
marries receiving with his wife a moderate leased to blacks, and 52,800 acres in the same State. The expedition will sail from this: I I i .
change. The restoration of civil law his Patent Mc sum of money. lie wants to purchase States, in 170 plantations, leased to whites. citv on the 30th inst., and it is probable that worked well and TowusoniVs Sarnaparills, ; ,
prosperity is promised
3. a share of hislfether's business; they cannot About one half of the lands leased to whites Governor Andrew will be present and! make Ayer\!Harsuparilla.Ayrr's .
( c\cry section.: Guilty rebels should be treated Cherry Pectoral,
; dome to terms. Young John < an make n'j was abandoned owing to the overflow of the1 1 j assissippi. speech before the( lines are cast off. The with in Ayer's Ague Care, Ales: and "1'Iiics.
severity proportion to their offenses
better bargain with a rival house in the trade. Mi A tremendous pressure is being Continental is loaned for that purpose by the Indian ChoIaffOjrne. -
DarU'
The old man hesitates; he likes the sound of brought to bear by returned citizens-bf all Government., who wish to send her to the -the mass of them with not less than Radwa Pain,'.Killer Remedies, Hoof K & Shoes,

J -1 John Oakheart & Son ; but business is busi- classes to get possession of their property.P to take her place there in Government teacific n years diifranchiscmcnt, and the leaders Fahnefttoc&'a Worm Candy Vermifuge, ; ,'

'' ness. Had his son married a penniless girl,the They are constantly writing to the 'President transportation. She goes out, therefore withjielthcr: mercy nor forbearance. Emigration -' Brown's E. a"South Ginger American, Ferer and Angue TJemedy' : Ifats should be
father would'have given him what he now .and the heads of the different bureaus at loaded with female emigrants instead fostered and encouraged, Winslow's Soothing Syrup, Wooden
and commissioner stationed I Uyatt'u Life Dal, << Ware.
a at the East to am'It.eau's
Washington filled all kinds
with of
refuses to sell; but now, businesses business misrepresentations of naval stores. The voyage is expected to \'( Remedy

;1 and as a calculation, he can't do.it. So young in order to effect their purposes be made in from sixty to eighty days. Mr. secure a numerous foreign emigration of Mratang Liniment, .YANKEE'NOTIONS
skilled) labor. lioger's Syrup, Liverwort and
He continues "I Tar, ,
: John becomes chief partner in a rival firm to The Colonel says no property has been libel- Mercer, pays all the bills and looks to the : am convinced McMnnn'K: Elixer: ',
ed for confiscation and that he has made that the white and colored people KritiKh Oil, IHTTER,
and trades no future for his reimbursement, if he gets it at
be his
that which must one day liateiaan'n I 111'1''',&('.. lc
I- t nnot live CHEESE 1
I the old whose only aim is to attempt to distribute land in small lots to negroes alL Some of the ladies pay a part of theCa together politically or socially Photograph Albgm, ,
against! man, I LARD.
He Uaokgammou Boards.Ulruik
advocates
lay wealth for his son. Every day, at as he knew it would meet with strong : passage money. Of the'whole number,three as equals. the setting apartof : Book, PORK,

1- up opposition.,from all parties. It would I { some portion of the national territory*, Walleu, I FLOUR
thur o'clock, leaning against a particular corner require hundred arc orphan*daughters of dead sold- I '. ,

on 'change, stands the elder merchant,his a hero to execute it, and a military iers. Nearly all are orphans, and all arc accustomed best adapted for the purpose, for a nation ofeedmen. !Sllrror I Hair! ,, Tooth. Clolli,!Shaving I HOMINY, .

hands deeply sunk into his! dog-cared pock- force to protect the freedmen during the to work. :Most of them are women fr The testimony of negroes is recommended and Whiik irnMhe., .tr., k. I SUGAR.COFFEE.

. els. city man approaches; they term of their lease. If, he adds, the militia. of fine intelligence. They go out to find : to be taken in the courts! on the Pcrfisisury', lite.: I _

:young 'careless nod t"Feel is organized, as foreshadowed by Governor. I homes in the Territory, and, of course, to be, same basis, as that of white 1>erson Prcsicnt.Jolinsori's Lnbiu'ft Extract, I CORNER OF BAY and OCEAN STS.
exchange a quiet, : d Nitcbt" lloomintr Coreua,
inclined to discount for 1200 at long Sharkey's proclamation and indorsed by the married there. reconstruction policy indorsed Fancy Extracts, : Jacksonville, Fla.
President he has idea that the ; aster the sole hope of the country. Colognes I .
no freedmen
)1r. Mercer is a native Illinois, who af-- .
,date] t ?" flair Oils,Sea}!!!. Sept. iG, 18G-tf;
will remain quiet laborers in the cotton field?.. bejng: educated at an Ohio college, went, Sozodont,Tooth! Soaps> and Powder I
? asks! old .J ohn. ALAISAHA.MONTGOMERY Sterlinjj'H Aiubrosia
"What security Kendall's Ambolinc<< &:('.,.tc. I.
They are excited and partially armed. The six
Washington Territory years ago.-
'Turkish, 54. Ala., September :SO.;
('au dIes. COME AND
and hope of organizing the labor of the State in Reaching there without funds, his first work SEE
"My own only; it is a private matter, The Alabama State Convention adjourned Gum Drop Sugar and Burnt Almnrufc, Peppermint
:: has: nothing to do with our house," replied such a way that the freedmen will return to was in digging a cellar for the new Universito! -day. A memorial was adopted praying Drops, Lozenges A.C., .Ve.Stationery. : TilE NEW STORE OF (.. .t. ('ASE& (,'0..

the young man.: "I will give 4 per cent." the fields and recruit the agricultural wealth \)". When the college was completed he President Johnson to grant a general amnesty JEWELERS, CORNER BAY AND OCEAN.STS.Mr. .

than that of the State as free laborers, seems to vanish I was made its President,an office he still holds. Letter, Note and Foolaoap Paper, Cae.Watchmaker'lor George A
"I should want more as money t and pardon to the southern people. A
with the of White and Yellow Envelope, Peck during the put sixteen mouth
promulgation this military order He be said to have been identified with
... goes:, say 4 5-8." may resolution was adopted declaring that whereas Tens!:, Ink and Inkstands,Haying ('anl! &e.. b has opened a shop at the above men-
In conclusion, he says he hears of but little that institution from its foundation. Last t tioned place. and will be pleased to see
"The brokers only ask-4 1-2, replies the the Alabama his friends
; people have given unmistakable ( (I U('rJ". and hopes ta give the same
trouble between freedmen and their employ- year he came to the States and took out satiitacoon in his work aa heretofore; everything will
man. evidence of their loyalty therefore Razor, Ka/or Straps, Pocket Knives. ] Sia;or i.
young they, receive his
personal attention and be
: hopes that an
ers. Nearly all the colored people of the, twelve female teachers. These met the wants
"Then give it," and they separate with an : pray that the President will withdrawthe experience of fifteen year* will entitle him to the con.
State working on plantations have been contracted o the people, and arc,now all well married L Tobacco. fidence of the public. A fine stock of all good in our
I indifferent nod. That was the father and troops from the State. The constitution, Navy, Anderson's! Solace and Amulet, l line will be always on hand and offered at reasonable
with, and employers are anxious to -:a blissful augury of the sumol'liis! j!' pre!- : as amended Kilhrkinick Shanghai,and Anderwu'* f-mokinjr To- lriCCtt; C. A. CASE.
was ( The
'Oil. adopted. resolution
k. make contracts for the 18GG for fear labor ent enterprise. bacco. J. J. HOLLAND.
Every Sunday young John and his wife year : ol f adjournment provides that the convention Cigars of tbp best brandPipes. -*. September 1C-tf.
will be hard to get at the beginning! : of Mr. Mercer has hh whole heart in this; -
dine at Russell square, in the same house the I. may be called together by the president of GEORGE A. PECK,
season. project and regards it of I
as a
great means
where old Oaklicart has lived for thirty the convention on or before the 24th of September I(>eliaiini, "Watchmaker and .Jeweller.
';, t ----- ----lIII..4__ ,.- .. t improving, advancing and settling the Terri Imitation :Merschauiu.Brierwood .
3'enrs. His name has been cleaned out of ) next.MONTGOMCKV. IJoMiMOodpplevrood.) Clay, .,;(. CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
r : Ballooning: at Central I'ark. tory. The country has men, but no woman, Diamond and Safety: Ialtb. HAS sale Gold and Silver Watches .
house and
: he brass plate on the door. The Ala., September 29. Jewelry.
The far-famed Blondin was out done in his and the farmers and lumbermen-good, thrifty Also a good assortment of Spectacle., Stationery,
young John looks upon, and speaks of it as The convention to-day passed an ordinance, I.Jqno.S'rIlJ's, etc. Combs,Brushes, Perfumery Toilet Soap,Tooth Brash'
perilous feats by Harry Leslie, the acrobat of energetic Eastern men-want wives.- 1r:1Oty, es, Cntlery.includinj some of those celebrated Wade
his home. All the associations of his childhood by a vote fifty-nine to sixteen, which k
practically Batcher Razors
,Razor ,
Sherry Wine, Straps Shaving Brushes and
the future the Verily they shall have them out of this
; scene being Central Park: party Pocket Glasses
arc there-every piece of furniture is ; establishes the right of admission of PortVine, Cnpr Looking Pocket Books and
.i the time, Saturday afternoon last the occa in all the "continuous woods where rolls Holland Gin, Memorandums, Photograps Albums holding from
J an old friend, every object is sacred to his ; negro testimony in courts of justice in all Whiskey, twelve to one hundred pictures. Violin. Banjo sat
sion the ascension of Professor the Oregon, and which having for a longtime Guitar Strings Measures from
four Lowe's bal, difficulties between Ulackberry Erandy, Tape three to one hundred
from his own picture,taken at years I arising negroes themselves feet,Meerschaum Pipes and
eyes loon. The heard no sound 'save its Lemon Syrup, Segar Holders, Rnbjer -
inclosure from own dashing'
old, with its chubby face and fat legs, to the which balloon ascensions or between whites and negroes. This Vanilla S)nip, Stems Crochet:Needles,Silver Thimbles te.. *:c.
; have been made was crowded to ex: shall henceforth hear the sweet prattle of I Kappberry Syrup; Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrnp.1'niiiK. We have just received a fine assortment of Gold and
Mnoke-dried print of Gen. Abercrombie. is to continue until the adjournment of the Silver Cane Heads and a lot of those fine Howard
cess. childhood and the music of rockers. Watches, which such
Happy give splendid satisfaction.
OIN. etc.
They form the architecture of that temple of next Legislature, giving that body the privilege Watches,Clocks and Jewelry repaired on abort notice -

t his heart-his home. After dinner the ladies: j A few minutes before G o'clock Mr. Leslie, Oregon making the organic law of Alaliama. White Chrome Lead Orccn, and satisfaction guaranteed. Work from the conn-
a medium-sized built Since the hunt for the Golden Fleece or- a try will: receive prompt and careful attention. Remember -
and
i have: retired. The crimson curtains are,comfortably compactly rather Chrome Yellow, the place,at the Old Stand of C. D. Oak. on Ocean
good-looking personage of about twentyeight the"oyage of Cleopatra's barge, no such expedition The Next Congrcs. Prussian Blue, street. Jnlyl '
( closed. The crackling fire glows I lied and Black Paints,
or thirty years of age, made his obeisance as this has ever crossed the seas, The Chicago Republican publishes a complete Linseed Oil. Benzine, .
with satisfaction, and old John pushes the and list of the two Houses of the next Congress I'laf- Paris, Whitinjr: .:(".. &c. WHITE SPRINGS HOTEL.
to the Washington Territory wide its
into
assemblage, stepped the opens Window Shades. HAMILTOX Corrrr.Fu.
bottle across to his son ; if old John has a L car, and, in company with Prof. Lowe and' arms in welcome to the adventurous travel In the Senate, twenty-five States are Liquid Blue, .., undersigned takes pleasure in announcing ta I

-. weakness it is for tawney port. another person, the acrobat prepared his lers, who seek a "local habitation" and a now represented by thirty-eight Unionists Petroleum Congress Water, THE public that healthful he is prepared to accommodate
those seeking a and pleasant situation.
"Jack, my boy, says be, "what*' do you nerves for the Ixionlike feat which he was: change of name in these untried regions. The i and eleven Democrat Acco.ding to the Sfiillitz Citrate Powders Magnesia, Our tables are furnished with the best the market of

want with twelve hundred pounds? "Well, about to perform. Two ropes, about forty Territory, after this arrival, will be even party division that existed before the war, Extract for making: loot Beer, &c., &c., the He country has comlortable will afford.hacks running in connection

t sir," replies young John, "there is a piece of feet in length, hung from the car, dangling more anxious to take its place it the Union the House of Representatives! now stands June 10-tf with every train between this place and the Railroad:
Welborn.
: ground next to my villa at Brixton, and they;: in air, with nooses attached, and as soon as than now. one hundred and forty Unionists to forty-one depot at W. A. TURNER, Proprietor.

threaten to build upon it-if.so, they will :, the baloon reached'an elevation of eight )Ir. Mercer will also take out to Oregon a Democrats ; but on the great: question of at R. T. HAZZARD & CO. July 22.tf.
"
4 poU our view. "Emily, meaning his wife,, or nine hundred feet, Leslie was seen to drop dozen shoemakers by way of looking after once admitting the Representatives of the ,I ; JUST RECEIVED,

:t "has often begged me to buy it and enclose with the lightness and agility of a feline the soles of. the population. Southern States or keeping them, or most of A Full Cargo of Goods, Consisting of

it in our garden. Next Wednesday is her from the car, and sliding down the knotted a them, for a longer period in probation, it is WHOLESALE DEALERS Dry Good.H
and I wish to her with a Withdrawal olCandidates from the ('on I- I,
I birthday, gratify rope, succeeded in reaching the noose at I its grcKslonalCamaas! in Virginia. not probable that the same proportions will] Groceries, _

!surprise; but I hare reconsidered the matter; end. With the speed of lightning he vaults BALTIMORE, Sept. 28, 18w. be pre ef\'ed. Should all the Southern States Hardware,
I ought not to afford it-so I have given i it without : IN STAPLE DRY GOODS Stationery,
now representation. whose Senators ,
the other
through and
place, catching hold] Richmond and Petersburg papers of to-day Boot t and Shoes,

up. of the other ropes, places his hand in the have been received.1 I and Representatives are yet to be elected, Ar. dee.. At.: ,

.. "Quite right Jack," responded the old man. noose, while his feet remains in the other Dr. Woods, Albemarle, has withdrawn choose democrats opposed to universal! suffrage REID'S BLOCK, BAY STREET, : At Whole*a1e and Retail.
JOHN
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SAMMIS&
CO..
IL would have been piece extravagance I. ;
a and as it is to be expected will do
noose there
he they
from the
swing to and fro, and Congressional: canvass in the Sixth \ Forwarding and Commission"Merehant.

I and the subject drops. : with as much noncJutttance as'if he were eating district because he could not take the oath. and, should they all be admitted, the Senate I :: Jacksonville, Fla47 ..

Next 'Wednesday being Emily's birthday I- i ices at Taylor's. All this time the In a published card he says: will then contain forty-seven Unionists and JACKSONVILLE. FLA. : Expected soon to arrive from New York a fui

the old couple dine with the youngfolks. ', I crowds in the inclosure cheer madly ad then Recent indications, however, apparent t to twenty- seven Democrats ; and the House of cargo of Goods J. So S *CO.
t Just before dinner old John takes his July 22.-tf.
echoes are taken up by the loungers in the all, and recent information not accessible tall 0 Representatives would contain one hundred I

daughter-in-law aside, and places in hc erof. park. During the time of the passage of the convince me beyond the shadow of a and fifty Unionists to nine-two Democrats ,
hands a parchment is the little plot GROCERIES NEW STORE ON THE BAY.
balloon :
through the air towards its destination doubt, that there will be no repeal or modification The Grant i
she eoverted. He" her thankswith and Mexico Story Disposed or.CARD t
ground stops : Leslie ,, ',. t
performed several feats in the and our of i'O.HE
acrobatic ; only hope being represented :- FROM JUDGE CATON- I AND SEE.

a kiss, and hurries away. Ere the ladies line, causing a sensation of dizzinessand at all is to select men who can take,: ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL. N. Y. Oct. C, 18G5. SHOES, . ': i< -

retire, Emily finds time to whisper the secr4'n fear.to pervade the heart of every ii''C- the oath as'it now stands, honestly and con: To the Associated Press : ." t1 EDREHI, FRANK & CO.

S to her husband. And..the father and holder. About seven o'clock Professor : "I regret to see in the of
Lowe this
scientiously. Entertaining this opinion there papers morning HATS "-.. I Next door to the Dagnerrean Artist.
are alone. Watch the old man's eyes fixed descended to the "footstool is name connected with from -. .j,
and landed at no alternative left but to withdraw fromthe my a report HAVE just received direct from Yew York.a

on the fire, for he has detected this piece of j Mount Vernon, near Yonkers, about twentymiles Congressional canvass. When it is perfectly Philadelphia, in reference to an alleged 1 con- i WE and varied stock of DRY GOODS and readymade

affectionate treachery, and is almost ashamedof J from New York city.-JV, Y. World. obvious that our noble President standing vcrsation with General Grant about Mcxi'I ,- FLOUR ?: LIQUORS CLOTHING etc.. which of the we now best quality offer to;tbe also purchasing WINES

his act, because he does not know how I to as he does a great breakwater betweenth'e I co- ? trading public,cheap. Give us a calL
IKonae-IInnting and I EDREHJ, FRANK, k CO.
; IlonseHaunting.Now .
receive his son's thanks. For few momentsa .
a
radicals of North | "While I Mr. Smith Oct.14-4t
the am
that the absolute folly" of and our prostratecountry sure would not intentionally L- 4 : HOPE,

deep', gentle feeling broods upon the youngman's to rent a domicile is conceded on attempting all hands, needs every Southern representativeto misrepresent, even by a shade, he T '

I heart,.he has no words-it is a prayersyllAbled the question arises whether the shortes, and sustain him, were'I to permit any selfish certainly misunderstood the purport of my 'Southern Pine Lumber.

in emotions that-makes his lips easiest method successful house-hunting is conversation with : COTTON BAGGING,,
him. if
; consideration to control or influence me, I he is correctly renorlcd. THE Subscribers solicit consignments of Southern
tremble ;. he lays'his hand upon, his 'father'sarm not house-Jiaunting.. In other words, Lumber. on which they will make advances
whether to get possession ofyour "neighbor's: should despise myself and be false, to every and which they will sell afloat or from yards. They

.. and their eyes meet. house," the which you are forbidden to honorable impulse of my nature. "I was never on a train with General WIXEM. I.HIUORN, &('. believe and they have the largest yard in the United States
nneonaled facilities for the sale lumber.
: "Tnt; Sack, sir! pooh 1 sir, it must all come "covet," you may not most readily accomplish : The Republic accompanies the card with Grant to my knowledge, to or from Cincin- WTLLSON WAI.TRONS & CO..

to you some day-God bless you, my boy, your object by letting loose a troop of the remark natti. I once had casual conversation .. Cprner lit Avenue&39th Street &Wan Street
ghosts in its more remote To : : with t.>3 Ca.h or Good paid for "Cotton" at the market JiewYark.BITTMSCIS. -

and make you as happy at my age as I am do this: requires no such ingenious apartments.devicesas The field is thus open to Mr. Lewis and. General Grant, in which Mexico was alluded .price, .
Broadway Bank New
York. Clark.Snmner.Co.
i now. In ,rflence the souls of those men the Davenports got up for the."musement. | Mr. Sandy Stuart. Mr. Lewis can very con- to, and of this I spoke to Mr. Smith in a Mechanics & Farmers Bank. Albany, N.Y.t .
embrace. But who is that that and enlightenment of their .
seraph gathersthem audiences A
sistlently take the Congressional test oath ; general conversation on tbe'cars.. R. T. : Northern Lumber
HAZZARD & CO.
beneath her out spread angel wings? much more simple apparatus will ,suffice, as
witness the effect lately Mr. Stuart's conscience prevents. 'General Grant in no way intimated to me i Of every kind tor sale by
produced in
I have seen her at the fireside fluttering likea You Jersey The Republican also that it was the of : WtLLSON. WATRONS & CO.,
the
City. begin Governmentto
may by securing two mci says : purpose
m- 1st Avenne
&
September 9ifFURNITURE 39 St. *: 84 Wall St. New York.
dove from bosom to bosom. I have seen bers of the 'well-known Grimalkin The interfere
Mexican
family, people Hanover county were addressed affairs. CLARK SUMNER & CO..

I her linking distant hearts, parted by the attaching their posterior extremities to each on Tuesday last by Mr. Johnson "Casual conversations, maintained merely Oct. 14-1m Albany. N. T. '
whole world-she is the of the other by a bit of hempen twine, obtainedany .
good genius, day at your grocer's. Deposit them Barbour. From all the information that we to while away the time, are too liable to be FOR SALE.A .
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Anglo-Saxon family-and her name i i* home.Dion carefully in the cellar or basement of the desired [ receive there is no longer any doubt that misunderstood or misrecollected, and interferences A Company for the

nMtrciftiult. \ (not "coveted") premises, and a Barbour will or surmises LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCKOF
very carry ereiy county in the dis- inconsiderately expressed
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
-... 4rr good ghostly demonstrations will be made
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are too liable FUItNITUnJ1JST
to be
taken as statements of ,
in the course of less than a minute. Or, second trict.The undersigned having antedated themselves with
One to Advertise.
Way you may attach to the corresponding Lynchburg Republican says ; facts, to be made a safe foundation for even RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENTAT TIlE\. U.. Ouincy, of New Irk,under the style and
'
We have heard of the convict who took> extremity of"Fido" two or three tin kettlesand One of the most distinguished gentlemanof sensation reports. WELLS'AUCTIOX AND COMMISSION STORE, : title of

: the benefit' of his dead body before his execution : pans, placing him and his newfoundornanlents.ln the State, whose name we are not per- "By allowing me this denial you will doan CONSISTING! OF A rcii. VARUTT or "Southern: Real Estate and Emigration Co."

: by mortgaging it in advance to, a .surn will the same tail humble apartments. mitted to give, writes as follows in regard to act justice to General Grant as well as and Chairs, double and single Cottage Bed- For the purpose of selling
Thereby hang Tables
a
.. geon ; but the account given below of the ,: immediately. Or, .,of every style. Enameled Chamber Furni-
Stamboul merchant's method of third, you may hoist a ladder against an outside the eligibility of Congressional candidates : myself. "Yours truly, ture, Looking Glasses, one hundred double and single Real Estate, and aiding Emigration.

-' 1 advertisinghimself wall, raise a garret window, introduceseyeral "I regard it as absurb, not to say criminal, J. D. CATON. Mattresses, Lounge beds wash stands,AC.: *o Ac.: Offer their'services to all in Georgia and Florida.
and his business in the graveyard armfuls of brush My otders are to close the above consignment Imme who desire and all
tin-pans, old pots' in the people under -- -- may to sell this kind of property*
--- either Private
existing circumstances ---- diately at or Public sate. ,The
brats the brick-bats, pokers &c., < :c. the Mail public such catling upon us,are requested to give fUll and
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anything in way or cnterprprise aforesaid to select such men. A Contract Between Mobile and New are respectfully Invited to call and examine the stock, lair descriptiens-oflands.
man who feels
that'we ever heard : heap to be as duly mingled and tossed aboutas and .> Orleans. and secure & great bargain atWELLS' Those who wish do well to give asa
doctor's medicine before The knows that he is not eligible ought not in Auction and Commission Store, call, aa we have t purhu
gulping.
The
Post
y A late visitor to relates the Office Department Septembers l1r
Constantinople concludeda
Bay-street.
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last experiment ought to be tried in a dark, these times of trial and trouble to thrust him. Cotton Farms and

:j', <; following : At Pera .I visited the cemeterywhich night, and as there, is to. be an eclipse this self before the people but if he does contract with George A. Fitch for daily FOR SALE. Large bodies of
I is full l. of beatiful One> evening it strikes us that a visit ; so the mail service from New Orleans to Mobile : Trte and Timbered Lands,
: monuments. very edifying Inn n n n Acre! Land, In tracts from .
,1 1'1 .1, 1 tomb attracted might be made'in this '.manner, ,from a-loft, people ought to have the good sense to rebuke via O'Rourke's Bay St. Louis I U,U U U dred to ten'thonsjuid acres, embracingsome one bnnIU In Georgia ad Fr In the Interior, and np n
; i t .} especially: my attention 1 by while the moon is experiencing a sort, of him." Shieldsboro, of the most valuable plantations Middle the River St. loh Maa and Batilla. entrustedto
Florida our
i 1 t' its ornamentation. I imagined it to be the nightmare. But in any case make sure ti hataur -. .. -- .Pass Christian, Rosalia, Mississippi City, on many of them the stock, crops &c. &c., will b.- d1p. ,
tomb! of in the Of Gov. Beloxi, Ocean Springs and old with th-m; there are also fine bodies of timber } Thornasvllle.Oa.
some great personage, and proceeded ,locality reside a goodly sprinkling ofsplrituahistor Brough, the Louisville Journal Pascagoula. and turpentinelanda.. n LKE R. F, FLOYD.

to read the inscription, which was sculptured i ij Irish laborers; otherwise says : "For many years, in the old whig POSTMASTERS TO BE PROSECUTED.. Valuable business and residence Iota in this city, Oct. 14-tf laTe,FlaTIME.

j in golderr letters, and. contained, ul costly turn preparations out to and elaborate executionmay and democratic times, he was a democratic Suits are to be instituted by the Post Office Improved and unimproved.A...H. McCOBMICK. Agent.

: usual, hlghflown traditions of the virtues lof collection of black no and purpose blue marks, excepting on your) a editor, and an exceedingly effective one. We Department against Postmasters in the Southern Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 30-3m LIME, LIME LIMB

I .--.1; the deceased. The.date of his death, however own cuticle.-W; T.: Times. had many a sharp and some rather savage States who were in office at the time of LAND AGENCY.A. JLJ For. Sale.,quantities to suit pnrchaseii.by u. T. _

1 I ,; ft' was wanting. I inquired the reason of my tournaments with him. Some times, thoughnot the breaking out of the late rebellion and Fernandlva Fla..Apr 2 18C&UARRlAOEGUlDE.YOU1GS KO.

i ; guide, who told me that the explanation: i of It is said'that the 'Pr sidcntcomtemplatcsa often, he was witty. We remember an are found to be indebted. to the Government. H. McCORMICK

{ visit to Wilmington, Charleston and i Instance. He .i t ...i i GENT FOR THE SALE GREAT P1IYSIO-
t./ ; : the omission was very'..simple. The date other was a very corpulent gentleman A' PURCHASE
'{'. Southern ports, before the meeting of Congress and Prof. J. D. B. DE Bow is in this city mak- or rent of Lands In Florida. m LIC WORK, of every one him own Doctor
it. was left out because the man was still alive. one day we assailed him with this : Instructor for Married 0
if the of '
pressure official 'duties d ing Address : Jacksonville Fla. PrD
,
,
those
arrangements to about
\! preliminary starting his both Male and
lie caused the monument to be built four' not preventfa little couplet : August thing t 1. Fem 1 ev"-
,, review. lie declares 3mp physiology and
oesA it
to be his
.... :years b fore, on the day of his wedding I/flesh is grass; M people aay. ('PUTp se in Sxn System, and the Production o ron ol
CALL 'ME. PET NAMES: ,DEAREST !I"- the -
future
Then Johnny Brongh's load to give it a national character DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTVERSHIP. aprgincnda an the new discoveries never b
which! likewise that of the a of hay. ,
was
4 f' opening of sensitive wife has sent following bouncing I "I suspect I must be," replied Mr.' and to devote all his energies and resourcesto THE firm of JACKSON&WAIUtOCX,was dissolved D, 'This ts a gUh laa.by win.Yoaug. p
": 'his business; He came week Brough the 30th September, reaDy interetf wk-
t ..- .. ; : every to visit tit lines to an by mutual consent, Hr.-W. It Is written
: exchange publish : "from the the the development of the D, Jackson, withdrawing rader.
rx the
h ; way asses arc nibbling at great material interests firm. The business and la lnga .
:. ': My guide added, that' he believed the intention : My husband.slept-4 dreamed a pleasing'dresm, me." of the,Union-Its commerce, agriculture thankful will be conducted hereafter by the undersigned, who, .Illustrated All young"married,people of one or tboae hundred contemplating ngravings.

of this strange proceeding to be simply'that For sonny smiles across his face did beam ; .... manufactures hopes still fortheput to merit a patronage continuance bestowed of the upon the firm, marriage,and having the least Impediment to
of advertising. sIneSi'of the He dreamt of me, for oft he mannered "Pet," -The internal improvements ode 7,'18C5.: same. married Ue should read this book. It discloses secrete
party, following is a of letter L.VTARROCK.
copy a received and : one should be acquainted with
every
I > aa'eyoflewli_? TlsHed.'ifce;cemetery.-* aid I prieaicd him to_07 heart. ,. !oec1oser; yet, by a village schoolmaster : "Sur, as you area general industry.-.N. Y. Time. : CAtTION-TO it i a book that must be locked up D Ha at S
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; To drink into 017 ear.toe preclon*word :. manof noledge. I intend TUE PUBLIC. : house., It will be sent to on
!hp. sure lo Inqnlronbout him,-frrant lln,(7. to jnter my son BLANK BILLS OF LADING FOR SALE I HEREBY caution .
: '. :. .. Ala J Itwllr i.r61ulII'Ibeard, Into skull." any person against buying tra Fifty CeDt. Address Dr. KM. YOUSO o ;
; t-1\h' 'i..; : yonr AT THE UNION OFFICE. I ding for any property in the possession of Reason R. Spr above Forh Philadelphia.Septemb ..
: :, I Terrell or any of his family *r 30-8m; *

-.,...:.!.,-e 1 j' I ..i.-, Oct. 7, 18M-4tp JIMES H. HUNDLEY.
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