Florida union
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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: November 11, 1865
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
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System ID: UF00053711:00031
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Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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,IVZBT SATUBDAT KOBXTCG *Y < / w :.' Mr. Yancey aad 3fr.IB1|did have a dilfi- :
I r UumD '. ; la Coafedenrfe ate town '.
j. X". 8TICK-EY. rally the ,;not ,
1 er the discussion of the bffltbmof
,. ,upon navy -
TXB1C8: j. -ConitbaiLih Mr. had,.,
.. the Boprcaoe Yaacey
SSp TvtflAffl per Aunm taPa! 'InLthwe.T1ir moutha.g5.corlwflT .. t : 1uLt : -" ou' spoken; JtTr. BUI In ipjy, reviewed Mr.Yanceys -
S ceiita. I :;1 i .. I -.i.. record in a style which. wa*regard .
: offensive
e AD"saTllixG: ed as c o. azmeey-

ftro'4011an pili'8q'are of Tea Koaparlel Ltoi for 'uos,irhen Mr.'Hfll had taken hk'seat,tad' _. ,
: 0De..u VQeSCh. subsequjj sD.r- remarked that as other Senators sIred; to ;
1JtI speak on that question he woold: .not Con-

14e4-oa 1Dde to perIDIIDe11t to4"ertl.. _. ?f. some the time of the Senate then but that at ''''
endeavor to do '
JOB ---- -- '-- -- the proper time he .wo ld" ".
VOL. : .C both to the Senator from Georgia and
pI'ODIPt1r neca D justice
1t,1e.J1..a FLo i.1.'t .
I.rfC1 y._ Q U, 1865. ,5 : :5013; tohlmselt He desired only to say that the .
= ,T. assertions of the Scnatorfrpm Georgia re "t\ .
SAM3CS & CO. '-- ---
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JOHN: ,BURYING THE DEAD.JTJie : MI. S.Continuedfrom \ gardtowhathewsspleae4totermnhIsauXO- "

ucnnN-0 rOBWABDKQ AKD COMMISSION [ fart ueeVi .] I office, in such sum as .th.; said- officer may elector.shUl endorse nth ballot 'the biography.were false, and he knew them' tobo .

Jt1rnCR" fallowing ttji the Maeon Triumph iiutTojh :teen THE STATE CONY NTION. prescribe,not to'exceed.five. hundred dollars, sword "Pay'.or"Rep : and the resultof false when he ni2Le1beiMr. T -

'I OLJ3AU A'DXEWL DJ'FlU / Jr Confederate officer who bean upon his person honorable OF TUB PEOCi mGS., said fflcer,for good.behavior and future manner that is prescribed bylaw for the returns that he threw the falsehood back in his face.

MEEZAL. EI.cHflE, marta ofUi deroUon to tbi i casM of the ConfedeKr FIFTh DAT. industry for one year,and upon his failing or election for Governor. and counted Upon motion the Senate went Into secret session. -

ocokr 2& .JaekioDTine.'norida.H during the terrible fear rem which, haTe just- MONDAY,October 30th, 1863 refusing to give such security, he shall _be in the same manner. .. Mr. Yancey was th4n appealed to;to j

h 1l. .. ).o. AY1tAL 4o.L No true soldier,of either of the 4ate eontead- 3 O'CLOCK ;p. M. committed and indicted as a vagrant, and on : Be further ordained, That the word adjust the matter,but repeated what he had
IO S.IuTJDa. L.. CUTOYA. tog armlei.,'wffl refoae to respond to the sentiment The conviction shall be punished by a fine not exceeding Pay"{ shall receive the majority of votes, it said,-arid'took his seat. Thereupon Mr.Hill t

now U the .time to "bury aU nnUnkaeai following communlc tion'from Major. five hundred dollars,and imprisoned I shaU not prevent the members of the General unexpectedly to Mr. Yancey ot.any one else, .

-TM: O. JEFFREYS, and. strife/' If the people of both aectious second the General Foster, shad .and ordered. to. be for term not exceeding twelve months or by Assembly from receiving anti being 'govern threw a heavy glass' ink stand, which struck '' ,

wihe of their gaUant sons that, spread upon the journal: being sold for a term lot exceeding twelvemonths ed by instructions from their constituents to Mr.Yancey on the side of his face; bruising .
,a can be
eoRUBIloB Merchani, distorted win soon be flrmly established.peace ) From DeTer the HEADQUABTEBSDEPABTHKKT OP Fu., f$ the discretion of the Court and vote for,the payment of the full amount Issued -' It, and -causing the blood fo flow profusely, ,.

New Yor-kETen1Dg Pod., Tallahassee, Oct.,28th, 1865k{S that this ordinance shall be in force only until or any part of the amount issued, as to but not knocking him down or doing anTse- ; .

FLA. I A. J. PEELBB, Esq., the General Assembly.shall make provision the Legislature' their constituents may rious injury. Mr. Yancey rushed at Mr.HIH
JACKSONVILLE Come boys let us bury our dead tqe6er, Secretary of the Contention: on this subject. seem right to direct. but.was prevented from .sinking1*bun and .; .
Let us bnry our dead.together ; SEc 2. Be further ordained, That it shall J3eitfurOcrordained, That at the first here the fight'ended. *
iEALN1LI1c: ,DIBBLE The battle-fisld1 dear and the b&ttles&re over Sm-I have the honor to acknowledge the. be the duty of the General Assembly to pass meeting of the Legislature of Florida after A'committee 'WU1Ippoin and retired to ,
And H"'.beautiful nxnaMny weather. receipt of your letter of the 27th, communicating such to .what due to the Senate for
laws as it may.deem best calculated to the passage of this ordinance, this ,question; report was .a j''I
Commission Merchant a copy of the resolution of thanks of prevent. vagrancy In this State. shall be finally settled... breach,of decorum. Whilst they were but .
the Convention
I Together they He,like brothers asleep ; facilities afforded', in the All.which. .. isiespectfallysubmitted.. Be further ordained, That'the inspectors various speeches were madi to reconcile the

Jacksonville :Fla.Mdncc Together,like brothers asleep ;. assembling of that body, and also an invitation ,A. H. BUSH Chairman. of eiectionsbafl be; furnished with instructions parties. Mr..Yancey for a Jong time inexorable .

Tom cah.2d1rdIna.I 4 W VJ ".b.. S"87' to a to seat ontlmftnuMof.tKAConvonUoxuPlease of the Which was Jreceived and read 'and the or' to carry into:eSect 'this :ordinance. at ; but when appeals wcr? made to him'as r .'> .
wreUatd,or tdTUKM Sa Cub or MppUo, In this bloody,Immoreable heap. accept my assurances great dinance reportea.wasxtmo1on.;reaa uw 'Ulcunnr uu.I.er'.Ie' mirm : 'ynrtlniY> w/iJiTrl hag-li Tni ._ .
JDl4e Ga coBsifumeat to C.B. Dibble,Sew,. gratification with which I receive the above first time and ordered. for. a second readingon the election of the first Governor of this on ihe cause,h 'disposed to yield to the

expressions of the feelings of remembers! of to-morrow.. State after the passage of this ordinance. importunities of friends.* To aggravate the -- .
and .
Look I here is Yankee" here <
11& -Bab
L. WAItROCK a the Convention, and my.thanks for the cour- ,Mr. Kelly moved that .the President appoint Upon which the>yeas and nays were called matter;the committee reported censuring the .
ArcTIoEfl AND GENERAL WlUuhelr hands claped! closed in each other's t tesy, that they have extended to me. a ;special committee, consisting ofMessrs. for by Messrs. Magbee and Coulter"and parties-Mr. Yancey for the]language he had

i 8 ion Merchant, Tho'as foeman r,foqht.It is certain in death Very respectfully, ; Wright Walker,Baltzell and 'Bush, were yeas 25'nays 21. used,and' Mr. Hill for throwing the Inkstand.tcr .' .
of ,.
.l'OJIl1U BAT STREET, JACK8O5YILLE. YIA.S9LCITED. They thought each other brothers. Your obedient servant, to prepare* resolutions expressive the feelings ; So'the substitute wasadopted.- Montq ter.,

-0- J. G..FOSTER,Major General Comd'g.Ordinance of this Convention on the death of Hon. An ordinance on General, Provisions, including The Advertiser'says .that this fracas was ..
And here is "Tanks,and herell.'BeADd \." the
a on Legislative Departmentcame the Colored -
Wm. Forward: : all subjectsconnectedwith death. He had been -
the of ,
CO.SIOIC. not cause Yancey' .
between them of stale water, its second and '
a can up on reading, on motion of the State "
Which to. Population ,
was agreed -
will'>uieU they wih for partiN&t the lowest in the market ooantry price.aD articles As if one had been giving the her a drink, of Mr. Long, the Convention went into 1: On motion,'the Convention adjourned until Came- up on its second reading, and on I the victim of spinal d disease. ;for years. before.

1..bonriDe Fla. Oct.28-ly In the midst of the terrible slaughter! Committee of the Whole for its consicratlonMr. to-morrow morning, 9 o'clock. motion of Mr. Livingston, the Convention 1 .. .

--- Wright in the Chair. went into Committee of the Whole' for its Letter from, Her. llenryf t Wmrd Beceber.

T. E. BVCA.jACI$0NWL 1. Ah t war U wonderful lerelar,boys After some time spent in session, the.Committee j SEVENTH DAY. consideration Mr.Long in the chair. The following letter frpnf Mr..Beecher appears ,

FLA. No matter who's who death outflanked him rose, and through their chainnan reported WKD5ESDATNOV. 1st, 1865. ,After some time spent therein,the Committee in the Tribune .

COMMISSION .DEALER And now, you poor fallow with head in the ditohIi the ordinance back to the Convention The Convention met persuant to adjournment rose and through their chairman 'reported : .
as amended, and requested the concurrenceof and motion of Mr. Niblack "It is eminently desirable that .
-a present on ,
as good as the man that outranked him. quorum progress,
IN MILL LOGS, the Convention in the amendments made The Rev. Andrew JWoldridge officiated the ordinance was then recommitted, to. the the North andthe, government should,'by all '
LIBBER TIMBER -CEDAB., thereto proper means, aim to secure to the freedmen "
Committee General includingall
on .
SHIXOLtS, LATHS. &C., And war U a wonderfulh1nc, any way The ordinance as amended was then ordered as The chaplain.reading of the journal of yesterday subjects connected with the Colored Population the sympathy and goodwill of their immediate

ALSO IN And a curious method of righting to be engrossed for a third reading on to. wasdispensedwith. of the State. white neighbors, who can help or ,. .
Mill Maoliinery.OcU A wrong-to make peaceable fellows like us morrow. committee of five be hinder the.black menfarmOre effectually than 1/-;
Saw Mr.Long moved that a On motion of Mr. Davidson,' ,Mr. F. M. "
JacluonTflle FU. Settle questions of State by hard ftghtiag. Mr. moved that Convention takea we can at this distance. > .
2-4Ii1 Long the appointed to arrange and digest the ordinances Bryant, delegate from Franklin county, came
recess until 8 o'clock, P. M "Whatever is done from without for the .
; of this Convention; forward and took the oath prescribed by the
CALDWELL A JHOKBUkCCCKS But that the way all the world over, my boys ; Which was not agreed to. Which was agreed to, and Messrs. Long, Convention preparatory to taking'his scat. freedmen should,possible be so done asto

< )RS TO BREWER CALDWELL Yes,that's the way all the world over ; Mr.Davidson moved that the Conventiondo Rogue.Wright,Bush and Gettis, were appointed On motion,the Convention then adjourn carry the sympathy of southern men. Unnecessary
S.let nsb*lamb* now the wolf 1a well gorged now adjourn to meet at the regular hour said committee.Mr. ed until to-morrowmoming-9 o'clock., offence, all irritations springingfrom

ro.-ro'J jicToas AXD aKszB\L coxnasswn. And 10'back to the nelds and clover.Ah for meeting to-morrow morning; Walker moved the appointment of a severe wordsand all&ppearances of intrusion

KEBCILL Upon which the yeas and nays being called select committee in accordance with the following Another Version of the Yaaeey-HJH En- that shall seem arrogant, will reach

fUlp Sew'%ork. aerer mind now,if yon fought right or wrong; for by Messrs. Long and Williams, the vote resolution.Setolted : eea ler. upon, the blacks .

SO Old Thank God we an once more together ; was-yeas 28, nays 14. That the following? propositions, We have published the statement made by "Legislation and Christian philanthropy ,
L 1. cUJMrxu1 1 2. c.novas n.CHAS. One country between: us, and one flag abore, So the Convention stood adjourned until contained in the Provisional Governor's message the Nashville Banner concerning the cause in the North will do much; but more than
8m to-morrow morning 9 o'clock. committee to all other influences for rood or ill to the
Floating m.in the sunshiny weather be referred to a special '
-'tmI&t'- 1 the. 01 4' of the death of Wm. L. Yancey. The.other'side freedmen win be the kindness or the animosity
SIXTH DAY.TUESDA consider and report upon propneiy
A. III.VBILD: their adopted by ,this .Convention, of the case is given by the Richmond of the white people of the South.
80 boys let us bury our dead together.Let Y.Ocl, 31st, 1865. being :
dead either in the form of an ordinance or insertedin Times, with some interesting bits of secret "If the freedmen could Have given to them
us bury our together
DEALER JNftlSIBAL ; The Convention met pursuant to adjournment Constitution 'and4n what part of the all their natural rights (of which suffrage is J
And.with them wall bury v"'e.' and strife the history. as follows i
MIBCHAHDISR DRY GOODS -a quorum_present /* Constitution they ought to be inserted, if one of the most important that would go
And befriends now, In this sunshiny weather the KL Rev. knew nothing of the last ill
ETC.. Prayer by Bishop Rutledge.On at all Though we further than any single poetical act to secure
IUBDWAU ETC., adopted :
GROCERIES, motion, the reading of the -journals of 1. having been destroyed in this ness of Yancey, nor of the circumstancesthat .them from injury and ensure kindness. If
Bay Sri, JadbOMriZk,JFIa. DreadfUl Shipwreck. yesterday was dispensed with. State neither slavery nor involuntary servitude immediately preceded his death, our in. suffrage were given even to classes only;that

ORDERS PBOMPTLT ATTEKDKD: TO IWO HUKDRKD AND SIXTY COOLIES DBOW5EDOB Mr.Williams offered the follow ing motion;, as a punishment crime whereof formation in relation to the affair in the Sen- would powerfully contribute to the safety of

-t BATES BY TIGERS. That the rules of this Convention shall be the except party shall have been duly convicted ate chamber, to which he alludes is sufficient the whole. But if they are not to be allowed .

s.ptllmbf'r t -. so amended as to prevent any delegate upon shall hereafter exist in this State and all the to authorize us in declaring his version of to vote,'I see no adequate interference .
B.ATTORXEX AlIDBEWJI The English papers give the particulars this floor from addressing the Convention for inhabitants of this State without distinctionof the occurrence to be incorrect in every parti- .that will meet their case ; and, if their white .
B. loss of the American built ship Eagle more than fifteen minutes at a time; free. cular. With the conviction upon us that we neighbors turn against them, they will be

AND COUK5ZLLOB AT,LAW.JLCTfl1.E Speed,while on her way with four hundred Which was agreed to. 2.color No,law are discriminating between the inhabitants shall make a story of less thrilling tragic interest ground powder. ? .
Mr.Long offered the following motion, : of color ,we shall lay before our readers the main HKSBT. WARD BEECHEK.Stamp .
,710& and coolies from Port Canning of this State, on account <
Accounts facts of the affair for the of whichwe .
That the Committee on Finance, their freedom or their authority *
-Hoefi BZoek ore Pronott' Marthof*. to Beuirara.The wreck took place near and State Liabilities be instructed to call upon in any of matter affecting-or property, shall be>valid or are, from personal knowledge, willing to upon Afcniiefftjr 0.--

.2' tt Halliday's Island August 22, and the fatal Governor Marvin; and with his assistance, rights person the Legislature. vouch." The following decision pf the Internal Revenue -
raise the funds to defray the expenses During the session of1863, the Conscriptbill in Georgia
results are thus described : necessary 3. 'ko person: shall be incompetent to testify Commissioner is published, the -
FRANCIS I. WHEATON, of this Convention; .in ,which was to put into the army all white i 4
of .
account color, any
I Three of the Eagle Speed's boat were as a on residents between the of ,eighteen and I II papers: ; .
Which to.
was agreed ages
JDGZ.OP raow*. woa ocrii TOC TT, launched,manned by the crew. Includingthe I On motionofMr.Magbee,Mr.Baltzell was criminal proceedings founded upon any' injury forty-five-yean, chiefly engaged the attention' WASHIXGTOX,;OcU 18th 18C3. _. ._
orLawO&e' comorFoIsJ1h : in proceed I
tb pnetica themselves into the colored person,nor any
ULSre.ad coolies who threw
ri 4 a. .' .A10. .Ag1. .for.UM boats saved bun added to the Committee on Boundaries.Mr. affecting the rights or remedies of any of the Confederate Congress. Mr. Yancey "SIB Your letter of September 30th ias
,.'IbM mad.I.of RM}EcUt water on hencoops, the one ; Maxwell, from the Committee on ings had opposed the conscript act of 1862, upon been received,in which you inquire whether
October 11 \f 1 died and sixt -nine, and all the Europeans. Schedule and Ordinances, reported-a Schedule colored person.the and were cal the ground of its unconstitutionality, contend amnesty oaths, taken heretofore are liable to -
Captain Hoskin'a boat made five trips, but and Ordinance declaring that all laws Upon yeas nays ing that the constitutional mode of raising in cases' where the same bare
*. ****** Messrs.'Magbee and Duncan, and stamp duty
of them led for
a r..C00fl1.coorzz the others were soon smashed; one now in force,passed by the Legislatures of 16 i troops was by requisition of the President upon been taken before military officials as well ascivfl J. .
a BIBBEC, had at half-past twelve brought off the captain were yeas 32, nays the of the .several States but
Florida since the 10th Session, A. D..1860, agreed to and Messrs. .governors ; J
A. ATTORNEYS .AT LAW, whom his own crew refused to help.'The and not repugnant to this Constitution or.the So the motionwas May, Hines. Over- when the subject came up in the Senate in You- also ask whether case stamps are
Landrum ,
JACX8OKVILLB,,'TLA. steamer Lady Elgin,which was near, Constitution of the United States, shall. con Wright WhiteburetWUUams, Rogue, Mickler 1863 he declared that;after patient and thorough required, the parties holding the amnesty
left for Port Canning; no hint was given to street of the he had discovered
tinue in full force until repealed by the Gen- said committee. investigation subject, oaths can affix the stamps and cancel the.same. .
OffieSeamdSary.. So***.* Dt three hundred miserable wretches who were and Walker appointed .
his and become convinced that
eral 'and all decrees error "
Assembly, judgments, Niblack moved that the Committee on |
Mr. -
.$smbS sinking to launch the ship's cutter, which executions contracts &c., shall continue unimpaired Militia' be requested to report :an ordinance Congress had authority to raise troops by "In reply: That certificate attached to

A.DOCOETT, had not been used though the one European and all salej under execution or Provisional Governor to organize conscription." suck! oaths should in an cases be stamped,

ALSO KOTABY PUBLIC, left coolies and five negroes atterwards did do so,found and with thirty the-,I decree, and all.acts of executors? administrators authorising the militia of the State,for the purpose Mr. Hill followed Mr: Yancey in the dis: and the stamps cancelled by the person administering .

.rl'O 0'LLW. wgre by and guardians, shall be valid; regulations; until cussion.. 'There was bad feeling! between the oath..; -
., steamer. The ship continued to float all that 1 of keepin up proper police them engendered during the debate of the
: Which was read and theaccompanying articles the State be fully "The provisions sectjon 154act, of 864,
civil of
yin'.aU ni>|l>n eoiuMeted with notiac pad night, and did not sink till seven on Wed of placed among the orders of the day. restored the government same question in.1862, and it now blazed out relate to such official instruments documents '
resi.Gm nesday morning}justifying the opinion ; afresh In the course of his remarks 3Ir.
protect*.AC. Omce-wmpori1) st and as are issued or used by the officers -
21I1 to. papers
at ORDERS OF TIlE DAY. Which was agreed '
,' Captain Hoskins. 'Considering the rate committee Hill taunted Mr.Yancey with his inconsistency of the United States*government in the
of select
which the ship was sinking, I was sanguine An ordinance on Bank and other Corporations )'. Wright, chairman of this a Convention on and tergiversation. Mr. Yancey discharge of their necessary duties as such -
the feelings '
that we.would have succeeded in gettingthe to express throwing into his manner andxfone an' expression : '
officers. And the inay.be supposed
ARCHIBALD T. a..h"ES.TrORNEY I of the Hon.Wm. A. Forward,' exemption
I portion of the coolies out. Two Came its second reading the special the of the most concentrated disgust
AT LA"'. greater upon rage, to have been made in'. such case because the
steamers were at once sent round from Calcutta order of the day, and on motion of Mr.Long, made the following report : and contempt uttered the monosyllable would if exacted, be charge
members of this body stamp duty ,
.imLz JLOZU'4.Wlfl and, the Lady Elgin, returned from the Convention went into Committee of the Jfetoleed,,That the "Pisht f' The Senate occupied the north "

'aheDd' proaapdr' to.aU biIneu-ntIUted Jitiy29-4 to Ii I; Port Canning. They found,three coolie lads Whole for its consideration-Mr. Davidson. have heard of with the Honorable profound regret,William, of A.the Forward recent -- room on the second floor of the capitol, in upon"But the the government.administering; of- the amnestyoathsisamatteronlyincmdentaltothe :

; on the mast of the wreck, and saved about in the chair. ,. death of the which the military commission now sits. Mr. ; holding

'j''LLOXG.ATrO1EYiT' sixty more who had floated to Halliday's and After some time spent therein,the Committee ,late Associate, Justice and intimitely Supreme Yancey was in his seat near the western win of the military or civil office nd not necessarily -
had been
Butcher's where the tigers are said their chairman Court, who long, dow Mr. Hill his in
LAW, Island rose and through reported with the councils and business of ; was standing near seat a part of its duties The use of the .
to hav destroyed some. The coolies assert I the ordinance ;back to the Convention as connected whose decease cannot fail to front'of,,the President's chair. As the offen- certificate is matter,which is ofbenefit only to
LAuCnT'J"uJ.l the attempted to fire the I asked the of.the rthe State,and sive word uttered the latter in
that last European amended, and concurrence of and sorrow-to all was stopped the person whom. the oath is administered,
.u ship Of the four hundred and lInety- Convention therein: be a subject deep lasting the middle of a sentence,his face crimsoned, and with which the government has no con- .
I coolies twohnndred and sixty &rem to have On motion the amendments made by the who. knew and tie shot'an angry glance his adversary cern to preserve record thereot-!
.' XOUCE.B. perished on that terrible ,Wedue y morning Committee of the Whole were concurred in. Which.was adopted. who met it with a steady okof defiance; I Such certificate therefore cannot be considered }

., c.; VATJOHAJT, M or afterwards in' ,the jungle.'' I ,,An ordinance on Public Domain and,, In- OBDEBS OF THE DAY. but instantly recovering himself,he resumedhis an official instrument document,or paper"entitled !

S.. ternal Improvements.Came An Ordinance on the Judicial Departmentcame remarks as if nothing had occurred. to exemption from the stamp .

Physician and: Surgeon PbraI. epea1.PbflIem..ua. up:on its second reading, and on motion upon its second reading, and on motion When he concluded the Senate resolved into duty by virtue section154 aforesaid." .

'ttfVr fa&.. *'Block wttb Dr. An correspondent s: of Mr.' Baltzell, the Convention went in- of Mr. Livingston,'the Convention 'went secret session,'and, thc lobby and reporter's "You will give to thi! decision whatever .

army > to Committee of the Whole for its consideration into Committee or the Whole for its consideration seats were cleared. After a brief seetet session the interest pf the government or
In the' army, and among returned soldiers, -Mr.Maxwell in the chair. -Mr. Wiggins in the chair. the Senate adjourned. As Mr. 'Yancey individuals may seem'to: ,require.1*

Od.1.r.. *_. I have noted one fact usual particular theories., somewhat It is After some time spent therein the Committee After some time spent in session,'the com passed Mr. Hill's seat ontheifcay tdthe door, Very respectfully, .

T.8ABALBXSPECTTCLI.TTESDEB8ck. at variance with rose and through their chairman reported mitt e rose, and, through their chairman, reported an angry word or two were Exchanged and WILLIAM OBTON, Commisioner.
01 s DOLE proiloI.ne-1IO the ,cjjpeup:.f that light-haired men,'of the nervous, then san progress and asked leave to tit again. the ordinance back to the Convention, Mr. -Yancey.received a severe blow on his W.H. WATSON,Esq.f U. S. Assessor,Atlanta s

aoarffle and T. .'. guine type stand campaigning better The hour of 1 P. M. bay J.. arrived, the amended, and asked the attention of the left cheek, which however, did not knock I ,,Ga. .
Offiea and room(for the paettot) at A. A CaDoT.'i .when the dark-hit.ired men, of bilious tempenunnatlook Convention took_ recess until 3 p. m. Convention thereto. him down. Senators interposed and separated -I > .
atreeta -e-
IICII'Mt Ray M WMldDC\OD through a raw regiment, on its way to '
arrived the combatants. The matter
.11T.JDaJ"pp4.be JcD4 aa an.-Umctpt- wheD' prof. the field, and yon will find fully one half .or 3. O'CLOCK, P.. M. .1- the.The Convention hour of 1 took o'clock a recess p.m.,until having..p.m.. quiet, and few persons in the city; except was kept the SIDe Children Killed or Waaden >y

its members to be of the black-haired, dark resumed its session-a the Expl..r. .0-
ipLZm.. The Convention members and officers of the Senate, ever .
boned billions See that O'CLOCK: P M. dreadful accident occurred last week
skinned, large type. quorum present THREE heard of the occurrence. Immediately after *
.PnOFESSIONAL.-DB.1L J4UBPKY same'regiment on its return for muster out; { An Ordinance Public ''Domain and Internal -' The Convention resumed its sejsion- the adjournment of the Senate the journaT) near Brandenburg; Ky. It appears that the .

saL'I'e' ;totha and yon,will find that the black-haired 1,element Improvements, being before,the quorum present. : clerk called on the reporters of the city newspapers children of a Mr.Fenget went into the woods '

,cfJackaoailUm t4lU lie aa4 lTfl zrroadth1 to dt--M CO7FUcr CWOtPM baa died away;leaving at least two Convention, on its second reading,'the Committee .An ordinance on the Judicial. Department and prevailed upon ,them to suppressthe adjoining the house for the purpose of pickto _
'u",. ni1Al4. Q1fCf 7. thirds;perhaps three-fourths, of the regimentto of the Whole resumed its session". .Mr. still being before Convention,on .its second debate. Three.days afterwards Mr. Yan ing walnuts. Whilethere one of the boys

mu4B.w .,. .a1r' be represented by red brown and; flaxen Maxwell in the chairf' reading, as amended and reported by the cey appeared in his seat with a 'black eye discovered what he imagined to be an iron .'
hale. It is also noticed that'men from the After son%time spent therein,the Committee Committee of the" Whole. Mr. Baltzell offered butinother respects looking-in, his usual ball and called the other children to look at "

.Dr.:'RP.' ..DanieL cities, slighter in physique and apparently at rose and through their chairman reported the following amendment: health. -Thejfinalljrconclttded totake the ball ... ,. .

UAVZXG reAiu4 ,iJae'j of bit letOon 11I1 the outset una.b1etoendure fatigue'and 'pri back the ordinance to the Convention. ;as. Add to the last line of.; the 3d section, More; than a month subsequently,when all (which was in reality a'shell,) home, which : .. -

11 Ja4aoavflad itivcltt7. S11aOZM.... sj Cbe_, vation stand'*Severe'campaign much bet- amended. ', these words "and two Judges of the Circuit. [ traces of the rencontre had disappeared from they'did,and were trying to break it open .4 .

J4esLta- .r>, Jespb, .Xa.0cUW1p' r- I ter than men from agricultural districts. A Anordinance to annul all liabilities of the Court may bedded, to the Supreme Court his person, and the angry debate had quite in the yardjrtvhen it exploded. There were :

.. .1.1llU thin pale looking dry goods clerk :will! do State .Florida' :incurred between .l th wnen session, at,the discretion the Legislature I passed out of men's minds,:he one day being nine children gathered over the shell at the i '

Dr. 6, A.." I" -- more rnrcMnjE AJ1dstanlng than", 'many* abrawny day of.January; 1861 ,andj the .27th day of and the Courts so composed shall evidently in superb mental and physical condition time,of the expl siqn,!an of whom'were

NIL a imtria ..11.1'n plough, boy: who looks' nusculiren I October, 1865, constitute the Supreme Court, .of the ,State rose in his seat to a personal explanation wounded. Several baa their arms 'and legs -

1M.aDiM. .Ql'htr".1: ugh to take i bull by the talland throw : Came up on its first reading..,and was read when tbeXegislature shall so. direct" I and'replied to Mr. Hill's'., attack upon blown ofi>nd weresomatilated that they could .! *

IV'O'lIk.mafG 111 1ItftIMA Wm orer&staked-and-rider.fence. and ordered for m second reading on to-mor- '.Which was agreed to, ** *. him in'a studied,bitter philippic or over two barely be recognized. tPour of the children ,.. t
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; canntpoiblliveai1twootheraiftheir
-. amend :the 21st : : His remarks almost
"Mr.: Davidson moved I hours'length .were entirely .'
.T5f2&"fICW-, rkaas Immlffrmnt Aid 1iM1d7.: ,row.An, engrossed Ordinance on 'Civil,.Officers 'ection by adding thewordi4'excapt in cases persgnal but there was nothing of tern-. lives. are' spared,wiUjbecrippled for Eft"The. .' :.. "11..
-,- and was read third time and for in this Constitution in his which calm father, who was several yards ;;and wholly .. I
.: aid society has been organized ,Impeachments, ,. ., otherwise provided ; per apparent manner, was ,
An immigrant '
-WI'ft'.L _., unaware of the acts of jfhe boys; and; .Jmrii:
Yeas 48. cold and elegantBc analyzed his
Its passed- Which was agreedto. opponentwith
.l.a IACDmIlSol..u.a&I ai at Lluie:Bock Arkansas. purposes
IJDI ..frut-as.die .'JobM2v.at hts40ned .m.the third article(its constitution An engrossed Ordinance on the Right of 'Mr.Wr1ght"knocd1to: amend the 10th section all the tanyfrotd that a chemical lecturer nothing of the bay.they had brought' home.' ;

.IDaa'S I'GI'. ,ltle.u1I. to are : _- '/" -"" Suffrage and the Qualifications CmtOffi- by striking out so much of said section might display over, an_ ,inanimate_8ubject.Ir.Hill was also bit by a piece if the Shetland. very "

a..T. IiAL1A The : such time as may- be thought jers,was passed-Yeas 48.: as'gives the election of the Chief Justice and had the reputation,whether deserved badly wounded. Itis jupposed that the sheU .

=" society established agencies for the furtkerance ;Mr.Bosh,( ,.Committee on the:Judiciary'made two Associate Justices of the Supreme,.Court rnbtwe do not decide,'of a want of fix- was thrown from the| gun of the Bome _

1IJf -bJP..- .- proper may'of iu'object at Boston, New York, .mothUe'owing report: J. to the,qualified electors of the State; edness in convictions and opinions: Mr. Guards from LeavcnworUi Ind., at thetimof .

Philadelphia New.Orleans,or elsewhere,and The C-ommH** on, :thc Judicial Depart -Upon which the yeas and nay were called Yancey compared him aUength to the"little .the Morgan raid.It|ras a percussion shell, '

Th..ack..JMi..H.tel: ; ,ehall 'OT1de.fortJe, payment,of''anyt.agent' menV to wUchlww'referred' the ;jSuWectofTagrancy.lbegleayCtp' for by Messrs. Long and Williams, ,and were joke!' of the thimbte rigger so .difficult he .and had laid in the pds'11Dexplodet ICUlscn 'evers1nce.

<&a.ry bWn.e.J'1.1f"> : .p at a stipulated sum per'annum,; .to poH. that they re;' yeas 21..naya22." declared.was it,to,tell where,really he was. ; .
i cr.agent* commend the of thtt following OrSECTIOX lost. I'The survivor of these'two will -1aJ.NatIe.bsru .-- ;
1JWi. ad .wtrfDo be out' moneys in the: .treasury adoption ; So.the motion<.was. -. gentlemen' 1 -
barn paid any '
.UA1DO _* otherwise appropriated?,. f ,4lnnn : The ordinance as amended waethen ordered doubtless be amazed toleam thathe is a man Beqolrcd. .",t*' B e.eeme -
,.:. .:not 0 1. Be it ordained by the pcopb tf to be engrossed fora third;reading- on of wonderful muscular, development: Mr. Kat "

'- -ft.lnt\lV'W'-' .".xmAf.'J'- -..-._-...s&ETAR -, -- the State of'Florida, in Contention >totmorrowi .- Hill is between thirty-five and forty years of The Secretary ofh.dlnten! r has decided

,OcL.kt, SSWABD'- ,JUSD THE PENI&Inrespiise -, That upon complaint made on, oath before;a' 2 Anordlnancetoannulallhiabilltics..of r the age, is)about'six:.feet one inch in height,with that person born in the United States> and I

1MYRELL < totbe reitcTAted assertion that Justice of the Peace,: ,Mayor,- .Alderman or, Btate FJorida incurred between the, 10th' much more bone than mnscleand will weigh who removes to a foreign country and, takes

. 'S : ; ); flewttfl tornlsaed to therBrittsh Govern- Inten ant of,Police,brn Judge of the Circuit dayif January'1881,-and'tHe '27th day 'of :, aboUt'- hundred and:fifty pounds. (Mr. the path of,. allegiance! to the, government .
.. -.t .:" ,iet- meet certain information respecting the Fen- Court;that any personable to worker other. October;; 1865,came up on its' second) ;read.ing Yancey,was,perhaps an :inch less in stature,, thereof' and'subsequently returns 10 1he-

ad i'r' fI.llaI jfiimoveawBU in Ireland, the Albany contradicted Jour- wise to support himself in repttt&ble.wny, is ,and the following. substitute,'waa.-.-",offered' but,of full habit,and .weighed between-one' United States,must 09 application for a patent -

.. :E3.C1.H.A.N.: .: M.WChaYOalreadj T ,W'1 wandering or strolling about, fread1ng.an'Idle .by.Mr. Magbee i hundred and sixty And one. hundred and sevrenty be regarded as,a ubject of the 'govern
out1i ete.-ltatement. nowzay' profligate 'tmmoral'couf&e'of lif,:to. tithe Pif Florida pounds. At the time'of the
... .,_:-.wq'-.fitc '; or ; ., difficulty ment to which he removed,untilhe complies
I d 34V. ,a:Ca? vctfnly., ,:tUt.r Bcwtdl ha the< issue hifewarraht to the' 'Sheriff.or.any Constable X wn&n'a seiflblid,:Tha'i'at the first election Mr. Yancey must. .havebeen.fifty- ofage. with the naturaliati laws of the. United

,a.arzisasi-> 1tM ,(. WJa. ;i ;.,--"commanding him-to-finest the party for Governor of the State Florida,,the When his, death, was, announced in States.The declslou,1fu cu1oned.bJ': the

Ua.a bs.t .I' ia MIIIo F' oOienBlleatilnfotntaUon2'1e1"J' accused and briny.wm befpr$ Justice of ,State's liability pay the, .State" Treasury Richmond, twelve-months'or more after the application patent by anindiviesaaborD

'J = 'r:1I ri aa Oon for the Peace or other ,offlceri Ifhe said.officer notes issued from the commensement the rencontre in :the Senate'.chamber, the two billie State Maine,who removed tavKova
..Gm.' haaA:zm "ft c&J that no; correspondence the L Jed hasedt1iroagh should be satisfied by; the Y testimony of rebellionjap to the time'ofthesurrender- event*were not spoken of In connection,and Scotia>and swore::illcgiaace to ,thff'.Qeeen,

,tIIa t.--; '.;...:c. lAp"k'Os. ..k--* d1e't f taIe D1ParUt' "-J the-guilt of the accutedTiho aid officer shall Ge *. LfiPand'Johnston .armies shall be :were.Beverwe.belJeYe.thought :of.as cause, and who at the expiration often -years returned

.U.Y.tI 'P r;.7AtIM'LA.cLo.g :Ai thoruaT "undoubtedly, .pea", by\require him to enter istobond payable to the iomitted to the people! of,!;Forida. ;as fol- ant! consequence except by the .writer in the tov, the United States. ,,-"1hiagtoiaIelTh9tH'E

IAIaM. IrIeL. 1.1.IrI&4.Oo.ILL.Eart J.. tbe book"we( may,preinme.the.:pdumny' to\1 Governor of Florida',*nojhfc. tfqccefwrs. |n, Jows tAt; .the-time pf voting;;tt.sajd.\ .electioneach. is8hrIlle1pubUcfl Btriner; ?- 1If1. :'. i'S
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I a**, *00IV procure a metallic; coffin for, the Captain's it,Is ample forUhe .purposes of agriculture, modern times,more than one Irish name General Beauregard is to be superintendent ( bjtDUlt tr ll.fd.J,n" I

ht. l Zot'k ni* remains and defray the expense incurred I "id.the gener refreshlng;of air and earth' hp.vd'been made immortaJA Whpjbas;! forgotteaHhe of$eNew; .Orleans and Jackson Rail scattered.r.. .. titix

.in burying the Mate. With. commendable ,.. We had'hopetf. tqji .able' to present{ ..'m- er;.' I .\ immortal renownof! the "Irish BrIg R oad. l TntfSaninndh: papers state that four m11 a J \JQl re,getpngtnw *

'promptness and liberality hehShdsone>sum : r '%$., tabfesVfcothers' 'of .the13 1Jtrn1 : .storr hi *l1 lI ( c.. gentlemen from wbrtfiefn Ohio, are on a visit a nunl, concernIng wuilias the
HOV.. 11.1865. ; *i' ?*>x-J :v. -_< -.**# *jMffn rigimQ
t > of $364 immediately raise3which:after;. St #, #1: waff fcprnpafison; bat; ;MTf &r"l.its. rel1t4Intlc dmeoUG1aXV :iOl I5. tat- : .delegation fronr a t large Honduras the fpnne{)t secna halving extend

1 1.: K. STIClOrEY Editor mi ..lr prletGr. 'paying all expenses left* ji-grajuityp; r r$69'. ',-?"fi exabWto4mcnre' hem in! ;.ti1'r ,_r i&by the/liuicxbio, ;Con4alyAt! : :( a n domuntIO.CnqUIre| into Its 'ellmate ed authority; over a 1 large portion of thetaWwhile ;

4 Allocate Editor. ,hich %yas presented th -"--.': :, t tliii' ss.b r mayliJp'so in our next,;:.:'c h'i .'. ?0- 'tbi; tegratedlJal )\ KFwt y Jt.er ,,soil- }, price flanda1 J and temper. pf our John Bull asserts that Iie, aton .'br.*

i* i HOLMES STEELS. The following arc the names of the contributors dent that no State in the. Union. if, : :Jridced; .2s XV was ion the verge"of,d rctl| rrrnOW- p ith.regafa-tiofdreign emigrant any claims there.; ..Diplomatic'notes. hay

-1TilE-- oNI._: Y. S : there be any region'of. world, thafcaVpTesenVtables 1 g-ll.e splendid figHting qualities of theThshsBnigadet'he We have notheard-of f their arrival ; but assl: between the* 'respective Minister> *

.,. Farrcll.... 00G. & Wilson...... ,5 (Xf I rode down his lines Ifth of r#
learn that, this, body adjourned on Capt. $15 ; hbwiug": 'g tllluntopIl'; crying "
We .. Governmenta.upon the
thcwt.... 20 OO'W.O. Jeffreys.. ,6..OI! or tTcomc f; welinpo1irpE0p1E> subject. A I largd
; '. Tuesday last, at noon., On'ourf first: ,.jiage Hoffman ..",-, 00/[C .L. Robinson.... 5 KK, _and i4dachimatq.asthc' State c'9r: 1,F ori4A. aloud "where is, my .braje Lally.i'! II welcome them with a war xIiosp1tality.- number of officers, of note in the late Ccn-
u Chamberlain 15 00 R. I'. Fithian..., 200' The fact lliat fts cllmatVis'superidf] nd'fcon"duclve h waHthtocritfcaijurichife ofthcb'aifltfwhcir; ** i
1 1 be"found 'of its proceedings, ., : federate
will a'syaopsis' Armies In &mJJ
v of Iary .....,._. 2 00 ., Bid the foreigners come, and. bid our coun- are _
} <-ontiniied from bur last It,will.be seen that ,S totaUllJan.'11"-- ;...1.1\' js.'cGregor. .'. 5 00.' 1' to the health of its .inhabitants,' does the DukeotCumber1andtd1uJu..d1of's:: a". v r m n"U a rt q ne r f lTgrit And'B.M : 'figrtt
"4 .. 5 00 .a
.I k M Ir. Magbec's substitute for the prginal ordinance !', Navigator.Albert. Dex. .10 00 OO.C.A..F&1rchlld.W.'Ingersoll...., .5 "00,' ,I' not rest alone upon'the::indices ot these tables -. 'column .of 1500Q" British Infantry was rnovu" s, and kno'w m"'tl&emselvtlj% & ; ;'arid not 1JEx o;Ia1 jJ ot7rimes-

annulling tho State war debt, was tot ..,_," 500 : Slager.6. 00 ,but will be i made'more< manifest: ,whenwe lug,,with: !fixed.bayoutt4otIioatUtck ofthe : I
of Mill Creek 5 OOlWm. M.Ledwith..' 5 00 w = ** 4 ,* v.- i. I Si udge us throagjx the. falsehoods_ of fanatic S .
.;' :adopted. We ''learn that the Convention, .. of U.S.Grant 5 00,|Alex Young...!,.. 5 00 come'to,write of the Geography, Diseases m sinboyo1i ,French,,prmy,. when .this : Maximilian has offered:; :commissions S
; of"President Johnson's 1 "Tiger."... 5,00;J, Greenstone..y' ;. ,5 00 'and Mortalityiof: Florida., i\Ve '.shall : call \sdiad ;1"itnd '.'Latl '*ith 'his' 'Brigade aboWtion papers S t tmani to
upon the reception : or" R.Ally..;... 500E&OO1..4.| '500 pursue The'general has discovered of 1IICS pfflcCTs, but uocb to their
.Governor Johnson of Georgia W. Combs.. S 00 J.Me1roac...I... 6 00 I Itl the subject no fart Ier. OWt; but rcq es.aU. appeared at the! right t.place. 's. the solid government '
to credit
J' telegram .i .Josslyn..;.., 6 ooiJ.A..Noe. ... .... 500 the parties, in-part to. an immense fraud on |.they"ttecllpet! them'f but hare received
;. stating that the war debt must be repudiated, .1 J. Smith... 2 IOJB.B.Andrews/... 500 ,. ,wilo feel' ari.Ihierest. in .the. matter-we' are. -dig column of tfie British lnfanir(rt ;cahie down? commissions'for' examining lands
... Sabal... 5 00 ( -" the Internal Jtevenue, in which the large with the
Ivea. 500 Dr. E.T.
; 'these tables a careful examination. Lally advised Marshall S Stc" o. turn
asaw'/ir qyanori to the restoration of' he .. .. cussing-to give four
O. A. Dennis 6 00 II. A. Baieden.; Ii (0 .
emigration V
Inviting > rexico..ade-
firm :of Cuthbcrt &, ., the viewpf
: Stajp to the Union, reconsidered the H.M, Snow ft! 00'' F. J.Rakes,. ..i. 200' In our, next we .shall continue. .. the. pieces'of,i tiJl (upon th*nr, saying .that he Cunningham. nre sidenithn with aximi1ian. '
,". A. A. Knight 500E&ibi&FrflkO..200: principals, aided by one Benjamln .Fabian, Cdraraodor
If .
. 'c" matter, and passed nn ordinance inrohformily J. Uemmlngton... 15 00 W. II McCormlck 2 00 subject. would meet them with his'"Irish BrigadVrrHis .
Jl ? v ,. and'some' dishonest clerks, in the Custom F. [iUa iTTf cjtn! ofMeijcc.
F&ran Moody.! 10 OolHaizard&Co., .. il 00 fifg counsel followed ( La
I 'with the purpose of the Federal C. Drew..... .-...10 Steward, Dex er. 2 0' 18I. and by the une- non and; 1 if rendering important scient 1l ard 10.
K.Otunan........ 500 R.W. Broome'f.h'? 1 (fl). qUllcd'ptorcss'oftllc' the c. '
and annulled the Brigade British
N I Iovcrumci\l, consequently W. P.Long..... 500J., ILBnrton........, 10( B a f 4. I -5? JEFFER8OX DA. thelEliiperor; looking totheimproYemedtand I
: I debt. We congratulate the peopleupon this F.K. Howard... 6 5o0C.L.Mather.] .... 500 D Di"S =I go I' : iJanuary. I were driven back, and a drawn' battle pro- Y18. d

' just ili-tcrmination of a question so vital to Ja CoL. D.81eighton.C..,Rodman... 2 5 00 00 C E.G., A.Case SammU........... ;1 5 00 I .. B .H I4H.
them1.. Hut no thanks are due the Convention J.8Sammls. 10 60 B. T. BtrOn bton.:..., 200 I lilt I his armies'; and to this' ,'day j iu France 'as announces that Ule'1.'rci-ienr has,determined aH
-a' 4 H. Bbbee ... I 00 Drew t Oakley..i 2 00 i I '1 J t l ligentPueblo) ''correspondent the JV, r
fur their of the odious burden it U. P. JarvlB.... 100 W. P. Sheppard.., 5 00 I l j. ?' well as Ireland and England, ;the honor' \tof upon the prosecution of Mr. DAVIS for, the +r t r f js. 4ft AJ
. F. Dibble.. ... Ii 00 D. G.. Ambler ,... 200 .. 57.87 8332511.-' 11 .2: 18 13135.200 Inch- this salvation is ascribed the .S crime of Treason before the United States kra1, says:
rclusod to remove from their shoulders. .. 100 to "Irish .Brigade. ,
T. 8. EeJls...,. .*. .1) 00 Lt. P. C. Turner... C3.16 l6llfearain fell tIt JinDt conceal; from
further from P. luBenet...... 200 C.}. BravO..... 600 February.... 824240.ji... .2 .l'. 21 in ." Supreme Court. The prisoners to be' ; however; your,readers
{ Wn learn our Tallahassee ex- fl I' L.A ..m. 500E.D.W..U .. ....... ire March.JLU ",-,. 174.63,33 7a46l3r.- _. 11 ie Ijlof 7 tt.ar months S arraigned that the main hope of Juarez; tot the nIt'
cnangcSTT.nr'nnrxwxiTciitionirosgiTcir mtr AJ J..c.LA1D1kV.....:. S a 00,8.vv.uv.'i., ....... 200 May.. .76.23 812 62 20123jia.O24-... .. fl '*,mUCh tban !It has become a military"maxim in Europe' .on the charge:of treason' ,In' levying mate :vindication of democratic principles in
; (election of M the officers of the State to the Greely. Nicola. j Jane... 80.28 95 72 | I. 15 14 dcr. Mean which results have established war against the.United States and will : Mexico lies In the -expectation of countenance .
that ; not
S S L __ ._ 'i -; JalytAUgfUBt.... 82.84,91! 761j 1.750118]' 8 21 tear. of winter no troops
people. What motives could have promptd ....,,82.5X 12 18\9.750:16: 15182ft can resist the steady',chargei/of :the 'British be mixed with any charge of complicity ;and material aid from the people. and,
LeftS of the Bark J1itatlra.EDOARSOWN \ \. 1 government of the.United States.
this action of the Convention cannot, September 76.42 85 5926 7.600 16 4 Meam tem. .
with Win &c. From the
Oct. 25 1865..ArrinSd October... 71.48 83 45 38 l.WO 6 .. 1813 of summer bayonet. Couplo"this with i thc historical very nature of the
tee but it i is one that the public sentiment November 69.830..3\ \3.800 10131681.88.' an- fact I vbich Mr DAVIS'' ?> CUBA.-- -. t/s .
that %
\ about ground: ;) : stands the
nine-tenths up
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bark Susan Jane, from Cape Brep: eccmber.77.!< 77 ,23,54, 1.2501! 9 91\ 912O\11181! 70i.- the .British T This Island baa been visted witk a
S and wishes of the people, themselves condemn : ton for New York, with loss of sails.)&c. She regular army are enlisted In,Ireland, and,its line defence must be.such as to involve the

;j l and i is: in conflict with the interests of has on board the crew of the bark' Statlra, of 1852, quality is at l least partially'accounted for.. The question of the right secession, which. KI storm'during the first week of .October, at.

thc.iMate. Halifax, from Pictou for Boston, whicb'ves.sel 13 il I i g tkkI I will therefore be tended'with heavy rams ; which 'raised the
famous i
was abandoned on the 20th inst,, in a sinking t'. JOg J e.: .. Highland regiments which .followed I | ; adjudicated by; the Court. rive (above their banks,and caused an immense
; 1t'j s = I" WELLINGTON The for the '
Since writing the above, we have received L condition. I in his campaigns were composed attorneys prosecution have

thcTloridian: : from which we clip the follow- - ------- -. I :EI j I. 2.= I ; 11 E' almost wholly of Irish men. And how i been selected by government, viz f Attorney Al overflow of Large the portions of the Isl.and. !.
1' tL Cienfusgos storm
( lug- ordinance"* abolishing} slavery in this I EXECUTION OF J. I. tiROXER. J anuary...I 47.61170 'I'll' o10.750' } iIlChlnowFebmary. i did the.Irish behave in th late intestine.war? I General JAMES SPEED, JOHN II. CLIFFORD,, hurricane", no business could be arose transacted to a
States 61.19 U 3 1 328I fell on the On which : of:Massachusetts, Major General LOVELL ,
: At noon on the 3d instant, this man, perhaps 1 83138 : .ever side they fought the native H. ant
March... OLGO! WI 45 8 1 18,1313th. 52.318 the. Inhabitants had to shut. themselves
\ WJIEKEAS, slavery has been destroyed in i L more unfortunate than criminal, was* A pril... '.'Ic9.63,87153'34, 3.800 3. 15h14Ins' ,!: .rain feUMay. troops did not, nor coftld not surpass their Roussu, of Kentucky, and WILLIAM M. up in'their' houses- At'Sagua' Ia Grande the
$ this State the Government of the ......78.63,93163 30 7.000 10 23\ 81lntlie year gallantry in a fight their EVARTS, of New'York The for
United nor Attorneys
executed at Tallahassee, by order of Major J ...... ,,' 7.500,14L, ig12 Mean tem.July. devotion to river Saguay overflowed and 'inundated '
States : Foster founded the findingof ...., 7020l446818i' 11U, of winter he cause they espoused. Thomas FraudMeagher's Mr. DAVIS are, CHAS. O'CONNOR, of NewYork afourth
.5 Thtnforc Ie it ordained by the Pttple of tht upon A ugust... .80.47i90.7012016.000I15, .. 23, 8 monthl 51:S and RANSOM ;part of the city. Houses were filled
Murder" the Military Commission or Summer Irish Brigade wcn for itself H. GILLETT" of Newt '
'.s/ir/t (tf Florida in Convention a88tmbled,'That "Guilty by September. 78.61i91112j'19,9,000I'U, 30. special with! water, and inhabitants had to take
October. 25' 6 mouths 80. York.
neither slavery nor involuntary servitude before whom he .was tried. N ovember 63. 111/38139,1.250( / : 71 3!1911!annual tem. renown for its desperate courage. A boats to make their-escape..

J .shall in future exist in this Slate except as a Immediately before the execution, he mad'f' December. 60.40179,39,400.7501) 2:271: 46953 Fredericksburg this brigade was sent upon a I CHOLERA TENNESSEE: The water is said to have risen high
for enoughin
punishment whereol
crime the
shall have been convicted by the courts part of a few remarks to the people present, 185:1. desperate charge against the Confederate The Nashville Press says "It is stated]I sonic parts to cover the telegraph poles.

the State; and all the inhabitants of the State, whom were negroes, which is thus furnished:i .o'January.-S I log-* BIPE"IID i i I' : I I (6' g.i-0.' :I<.d' 1 3 l ines, and marched forward, against a murilerous that this disease amongst cattle, which generally I S BBmsn GC1ANA.., ;

without distinction of color, are free, and I by the Sentinel : a-. 1 I" \I :. go fire, to within forty yards, where they precedes the cholera amongst the' human Thet Island
jt' t' m.'t. Gnadalapein this
'it sJiall without enjoy distinction the rights of of person and property "He warned all, and especially Jouug men, ;I. -j. .. coolly held their' ground though almost annl race, is prevailing throughout the t has also boen the theatre ofa terrible ,
color. [ Ii hurricane -
w to beware of the intoxicating cup ; that he _I 1 r f [ hilated. We know that the Louisiana troops State. Cattle and hogs are dying 'off at a I which swept over the Island and

The following is the ordinance annul was not himself when he fired the pistol, be. ..'52.627438. ; / 4' .221lDCb I in the Confederate service were composed fearful rate, and we.are informed that a. few 'all the destroyed
,361'2.000/6/5/271/ of rain leaving
February. : / ; ei crops scarcely a tree
injr 11.( State war debt, which was offered by I Ing under the influence of liquor ; and bi\t\ March...C5.01,84U40,2.50CH! _, ., feUin: the largely Irishmen, and these troops were cases closely resembling cholera, have made I 1 standing arid destroyed two "
:Ir. Nilihick; of! Columbia, and adopted by said Bassett who the April.....//ZL4886/4931O.26S/; / / 3j.. 1614year.,' ,' Mean ever looked upon both by ,their and their appearance in this or three hur.
he generals
for that, Jasper was Way....., 7.29In 5813 11.520i10 .. :' of win : city. "A private red lives. The.details of
.\-jis ::1 i, nay 9. This, it is generally'understiMHl S. ,.. .. 2Ojl0iem.months their comrades in letter smTeringbn the
best friend he ever had, would not now l be' June ((76.89,91169223.240 14 ) the army, as being among says several cases of cholera have occurred Island melancho] :
i are
; done in olxxlicnce to the will of July.. ( / indeed. ; -
'fiS .181.74/91,1311817.400jli., 8115,56.78,1IeanAuguat.
the reiable: in "
in his grave, and he, (Groner). under the hal : : : most in action. The names of Memphis. I '. -
1'rej-idrnt Johnson : He the citizens of Tallahasseewould September '77.55i89/ ,' 9. 251161.! 13,10,mer montht Cleburne, Managhan, Finneghan,.Nolan and I : 5 SOtrnI.A1fE1UC.l.l. ; ,*.
ter. hoped October... 69.34184 50 34i! .700lll, .. 18 11 81.08. Mean -.. .
i'f it ordained by the people of Florida in treat his wife and children kindly, and November 64.2879| 51:28l2.250'l2, /../23/ 5 annual tein.iecember. :Meagher will be preserved by fame, alongside I!1:I: FOBEIG3T XEWS.i The New York Herald brings us full details
r',,ftntion atfximblfd! That all State Treasury l ..53.45:71I34:37: : >3.618! 8 8 ial3C7.75.! of the battle which had been
of those of Lee Jackson fought
would not look upon them as disgraced by, Hampton. on
I j:( les i issued, and all other liabilities con S I i GREAT LBRIT tIN. .
t n-acted( .II1thc State Florida, on or after I this unfortunate act of his." 1851.I Sherman, Kilpatrick, Thomas and others of The the Uruguay.. Three thousand Paraguayans,

the 10th "day January, A. D. 1861, to the What a sad commentary upon the abuse ;o I ; r v* I o; :' I I renown, for their splendid fighting qualities- philosophic observer'of passing events I under Duarte,have literally been annihilated

c iTithdny of October, A. D. 1865, except such] of strong drink, that a man should cooly and ::a I.lf Og .:I t'j'.= '"t" tf I : :, .9 lID Such is the quality of men England will in Europe, cannot fail to note that the spirit on the Uruguay, near .Restauracion,. in Cor-

liabilities) may be due to the Scminaryanddwl without provocation, shoot dead his "best I. S I.'I I ,i'1i'i I I;I 7T have to whip, if Ireland shall make a fortunate of Republicanism being wide spread among rientesj by the allied forces, under Generals

Fund. and such other liabilities as are 1 S'' I !. I. movement. its people, and that Feniaaism in, Ireland is i 1 Florpsiand Pannero i and seven thousandmore
provided for by this Constitution, be and are friend. Let our young men, indeed, take : I I I fa I eo but of its >
I I' I'- one modes of
I expression and : aragnayajos are cnfpff In
declared void, and the General Assembly .81 ; an Uruguayana
lest the fate of Groner. -
e warning, they meet January... 57,6176.34j42,3.020j:0' 3il31556.350inch-! : -
hill have no power to provide for the pay-, -- i -.-- February.\61.387635|! ; 41,2.160, | 4I68.2li87l47l40il.310l 2 919eg|; ; of rain DOMESTIC NEWS. expression which in the very Majesty of its 1 by twenty thousand< of'tie Urazfliaas and
ir.et If the thereof. March... 3j.. 8 22 fell in the power is so calm that '
1 ;: seine, or any palt the press and Government Argentines and as no hope of
FLORIDA.Its April.. .. : ;, 5 Meau'May. SOUTH CAROLINA, escape presented
t The body has ordered that the election of ..".;.. 65.1S,88i'i:3614.3501| :!; | 9,"" 20118tcm.15116, ]year.of win We stated in our last that of England affect to sneer at it,'while ,'it i ij', momentarily presumed ,that .theyt
t ovi-morand! other State officers of f June....80.51 WI61I3315.800: '11 13,13 ter months1C13J5155. suppositionwas all the acts of the latter :
Judges .. show i her to be would urrender. '
Climate Gco rupby->i.scases July.... .83.uI95113j22:6.10113.: | Mean that Col. Orr had been elected .
the Supreme Court and Circuit Courts, Solicitors August... 15jl3jtem. of sum governorof trembling in her boots;" for she well knows From. State
-1IortnlitSOilPl'oductioulii & September''8l.02.9372,21; IC.SJOll! '20:' Omer,| month this] State, but later intelligence announce_ that: ". .If llIiTe., -': (.ltoateiidpjnjw) *,
Representatives in Congress, and mem- RCliou1'ce October.!71.22'851&5901.500l7Vi23' ,, : fi'82.CC. Mean that General Wade Hampton ; silent waters flow deeply, and as throughher of August 29th*;we gather UiefoTlPwuig condensed -

4 IHTS of the, Legislature shall take place on) J Imigration being desirable Jp the people i of November._59.21179j32"7IS.MOI!' )!"' }, at'"9 I; 5 8206889.|,lulannual! tem.December. i! has been fleeted by a large majority.-competitor i- police and other agencies, she goes on t Q account of' the battle On the. ,lth

Wednesday, lhe.29th inst. And directs that: I fathom the depths of this order, she ;the nni ted
the Southern States August forces
generally, and the Southnow 185. Governor Perry transmitted to the l legislature opens ; .of Generals Flores
:tht legislature shall meet on the third Monday I her eyes to the conviction that
offering superior inducements to >' i 6' : on the 27th Inst. ; each days and Paunero, numbering 8500 under
any ;I ; ; the report ot the commission L- command -
h (I0th day) of December next country in the world, to the thousands ,of intelligent o'January.B 1 u s- ? I go I jfl :1 E .' appointed by the, Convention to revelations warn her of the 'volcano upon: of Flores, moved their columns to the
': ; Hy a vote of 2fi yeas, and 19 nays, the following 5n t' j ; i tsm which she is treading? she*I '
; consequently attack
and tardy Europeans,and Northern prepare a system of laws adapted to the new : staking ,and.finally came.up ,with' the Panguayans -
ordinance was adopted on Cth, viz : who t' 5 e. I tj s I p more active. steps in arrests of suspected at Yatay the
f men, "seeking to better their fortunes, p P E'. order of affairs. on right, or Corrien-
In all criminal proceedings founded upon J wfliave thought it might acceptable to all 55.15 74j3341;' 1.450 10 919i6.89()metFobmry.s'57.77 ;: The report embraces a bill regulating the persons, and finds that even the English tino bank of the Uraguay,about three leagues
injury to a (iloret1cr.on and in all \ /
cases / is full of' F
7730 47 1.500 5 9 19 rain fcl118'In army nianv No wonder
affecting the rights or remedies of colored such and advantageous to.the Stateto, set forththe March .... 60.50 8633, 53 5.350! 91' & ,'ei the year domestic.relations of the.negro, a bill preliminary 'large portion oft ; for a South of Uruguagana,,where the Paraguayans

1Tsons, no person shaH be incompetent 1 prominent features thereof,as regards i Its April.... .70.!18963, !36!1.150 41. 12jMean text to legislation Induced by the emancipation that army Is made UP'9fIrisbmen. took up position to deliver.battle. Four

,: testify as a witness} on account of color. ][ton[ Climate, Geography, Diseases, Soil, Productions June May....... 78.35f 73.12:101.6140 189:; 18'2115.425'' i.oeo/]13.,5 .. '13113 19illof!moths winter 60.39 of the slaye -and a code for the .. Cruisersare. being sent out to, watch days,previous,tp.lhls General Flores sent a
all ot.er ca es, the testimony of colored ; ... .. / /./ regulation for, anTl intercept arms-laden
per- July. /74 162.150 15 lli/18/ MeAU ten American vessels
/ notetpDnarte
and Resources feeling satisfied from 81.32190 of and for the representing to him the inequality
I HIIIS shall be excluded, unless made competMlt > a August..... | 174 18'a.l50il2!' u 18,10, |of Summer labor, government and arrests of Irishmen
J by future }legislation. The jury shall personal acquaintance with'.'these features, September 79.78;9173| '1814.300/ 9 5. 19 7jmothi 80.60 protection. of the colored population. The15th ; Who have lately ;of their respective torcesand offered

judge of the credibility of the teslimony. based upon Meteorological obseryrtions, and ia November October.. 66.79 8644 8240/42)2.7251 422.550) / 61.4..,21 13/ 8a1.tempenDecember59.007834jt44.100 Mean[ ant. inst., was fixed for the election of members held commissions the'United States Army, him honorable'terms surrender. Duarte's

":" -' It will be this that ,! ; : :J12.15'ture,' 69.38; are made at different. points
.. seen by in cases affect residence of seven years in the State, which of Congress. upon'whomproofs .only reply was by sh'ootmg the messenger.

": ln ? thc "rights or' remedies of colored per- has been-4evoted to th.i practice of Medicine,, .. 1850.. ; S OEORGIA. have been found of'their1!' sympathieswith The action opened by Commander Bosta-

S Hns"? only, the! :1l1Jllif ion of their testimony and the acquisition of all information pertaining :! o. I", Ui1U/' t.l1/ S .2..j Tj, 1r11'. { II.- The work of the Convention of this State 1 Ireland's purposed 'struggle. ''But'there mente, who, with a battalion: of tolonteers,

is Jo be admitted in the courts, but this does to the general character and interests : tfn [ : : has been are hosts of these men scattered over the attacked the :enemy skirmishing order
F with
K progressing much interest.
not make it incompetent for future legislation ofthe- State,- ,that their character. will claim .! .I I .1'* Mr. Jenkins, of Richmond, introduced cities and villages of Ireland. :The groundswell upon which the enemy opened fire, and

to rxu-nd the latitude of their testimony. attention- I. I lots Ii .8E"_o ordinance authorizing the Provisional an of the gathering storm is, doubtless, againsjj(.which,the Paraguayan cavalry made "'

This i is, at least, a judicious provision for th I We commence t/nJay, therefore, a series January.. 47.CO 70.26, 5415.900! 10'12' S 21151.315' inch- Gov"crnor felt in Europe;"npt'in 'E gland; d.when: a heavy charge, which was, h wever,.checked -
February.. 66.51 79!<26\53 3.050 6 4 718/ et 'of rainarcb to negotiate a loan, or loilns'of United
:: ,'.:..: .l'rutPMi.n, nf the froedman.. of articles on the above named subjects, 1 by [ ...61.65,83<42 41(6:750361L330( 9 ,11020 fall in tApri1. i States for what the strength'and. thorough organization( ,ofIn by goviaVFJrat: Cavalry of the line,and
.,.. 67.70 87)51 currency sum may be due on
) ; 2. 16 10yea. the Fenians in Ireland
-uuIs-I.- giving. in tabular form the Meteorologicalcharacter .. 11&1' ..... 76.7988: 234.00 13] 1613 tent Mun: the civil list for 1803, and tbat'required.for18G6 are'comprehended' I, by the escort, commanded, by. Major Fortunate
\ ritltillTFL'L. ACC'IUKXT.: of the State, taken from the tables JUJu..81.88 9313j20i.425117; 121:5ter, and then the movements ;the Fenians Flores. The e"rigagementjsoon after became .
\ 15J54.7S.Mean including _
July .82 73119111.BO| U appropriations for the Lunatic!
THK CAPTAIN OK A SchooNER BLOWS TO furnished byDr. A. S. Baldwin of this city,, August.. 82.58,9575.201.250'16., ; 13 13]tem.of sum Asylum and other tlleirgreat Congress. .Philadelphia, "iS, studied general, and the '1ghtlng terrible,for
gqyermerital ,
.. September ] 6.. 21.1 mermontha purposes: ,, (it
j /76.25:88'58/301.100: / ; can be hidden ,
PIECES IJV T11K: EXPJX>?IOX OF A TOEPEix to the Smithsonian Institute whose kin ./ scarcely from the eyesof thoughrover matched
October. considerably by numbers
t 'G8.07j81151 302.200: 9. 18JI0,82.5., MeanISJlOjannualtem until the State, by.,taxes to be l
did imposed
: ), AXD INSTANTLY KILLED IN PRESENCEOK "e'we. ar Indebted for the valuable a November/62.20184, ,4539J3.485, 1._ : legislature and from by' reason, that this storm.is hear at hand, and the Paraguayans fought with tmykld-
December 5.U\O,7G.2U22.925.! : 6 9 82O468.20.:; other resources, will shake
ins WIFE THE MATE ALSO KILLED. furnished u, -' shall be able, without 'embarrassment; to dispense I England and Europe to their political ing splrit-and; ga e'up line after line of

i The Schooner A. Richards,of Boston,Ca pt The characteristic of a climate have, in ia IRI8111E. -TI1Eln FIGHTING q( AL.: .with temporary.loans this foundations; or.some. (masterly and giantstroke trenchtt only by:.the pewutant! ,gallantry of

Nelson H. Arey of Thomaston, Maine, clear.rom majority of cases, a controling i influence er ITIES. to be transferred to the governor.; to authority be elected will be put .forth, by the. Governmentof L the allied. -. forces,-who brought to bear infant-

ed ( Richmond Va., for tffis place ont1 ue those yho pprpoee'a change, of home, or In view ot the probable effort which Ireland in case the Provisional Governor should- : England, to crush Ireland ere she seizes ry, cavalry: and artillery in heavycolumns

19th Oct., with one hundred tons of coal and countr That country, then, .whose cl- will make for her emancipation, it may fail of success. the opportune movement.to':Strike. nj>pn.the: Pargay ines. Retreatuigat

; two Locomotive Enginc, for the Florida At- mat is the most uniform, and is boundedwithin not.be inappropriate to.the tunes,", nor uninteresting Quite an ifl Five, (:the'Dublin prisoners have bec:n.rernanded'for .the P III o'ftfielfciypnerpnly, ;and fighting

Iantkand Ojilf, Central Railroadand entered ,the limits of a genial ,tgrnperature;; to our readers/to reditli some historical the interesting't poh. the debatc'sprang .up in I trial,for, high treasdni; While hand to hand, the Paraguayans .obstinately *

S : 4 the?. Johns on the 4ih inst. never rising to the height 6f oppressive heat, facts on record, which lridicat what ort ConveItffh; Anderson movement of, aresolutionbyMr. these matters are transpiring'uvEngjand: : id defended every inch, of ground, Gen alJ

+ t 'VhiJ .roming ,up the river: the followingday nor sulking the degree of t.frigid cold, oftroops England willliarc l to'fight' ,. should vidlng the'appointment of of Chatham,pro- Ireland American Congress,of Feniansat Fldres ncPaunero'UBite.! in comph'mentin

'. '. Sunday-tho vessel got agrt>und at tlfemmitliot ia ever the most desirable-aside from I its she hare to encounter Ireland' striking for to memorialize President a Johnson committeeoffivc Philadelphia! i have, .held ,important secret the fightuig qualities ofthe enemy. General

.. '. Dfnns Creeks about seven miles agreeableness two important leadingreasons Liberty and Nationality. The traits of char pardon Mr.'Davis,which I Lq: meetings,, the object of which_ "t ,'place!I in. Flares says ; "Npjuunan power can make

l below Jacksonville, near the place where the : First, its salutary influences upon actcr of the Englishman and the. Irishman I1, ed. The committee vas finally, adopt ; operation, at once,measures'lot the liberation:: them surrender, and they prefer certain death 4 4to

j It. Harriet ..A'.Wccd \'ns.1)l() 'n up In June. &54. the general health of its inhabitants and reported .a, truly- .ab l& .oC'Irel n. Bonds for the'Irish' : *'
'. ; are so discordant, that it is to this .grand and dignified 'memorial Republic fcre laying dowi their 'arms.? General Pannero.inihis -
:: While waiting for the tide to rise and float second its material contribution to which: was adopted, to be issued .to. the amount of millions ,
.economyof cans, silently operating, moio than any.other I- unanimously! 'The or reporThdenfltr'ay5Yesteilay'a : ;
j% thi. schooner off,:'the Capt. accompanied by 1 time anjl labor, as in such a, 'climate the that thexrcan 'be no lasting peace'or satisfaction -, the war debt subject of repudiation' i of; dollars; and the American' brotherhood -"ill : battle was a regular hatchery,

S..: jf.i..hLJ''l.re. and .the mate, Chns. Hopper, of.I St. whole year left free to the prosecutions i of! of na ionallife.between thesg people ;;. called.forth. .. .briUiant! debate, be converted Into tej&llitary organization::for which neither GeneraLFIores nor rnorany

: .Thomas.W. L, went on show in a boat, the a y'ili'all.' .avocations of life; That such i is I for;the effort to amalgamate socially, and turning especially upon;rcesolution: intr o.du co-operation,with the Fenians in Ire nd. one elsexpuld possibly prevent, seeing that
Captain taking with him ah the I ed by a member, pr vldlng for the aP.- ) :; the,.ene1 1 wxrald not surrender and kept up
uc-proccedhig climate of
the State the
following nietc-: ,forec'underone, gcWernment, politically t'wo. 'i ,The.Asiatic 1i 1 is'reported'at: J3putbamptori ,a.u: i
: : along the banks of the river pplntment.of.a committee to wait i C a.te.and i desperate fire uppnr'ns.thns
fi n'resteps.tna11 d- orological tables,embracing a period' : of; six: people.distinct in,their traits..character. : ; ;pn the aad.at SWUng,.Common. and Bitterne. OO&SiOfllflj1313flldfltzibll0SSdS, 'WbdP_.
.Provisional Governnritnn9/v ri Jftl,
of his! his '' > in _, <>
: -iranpe companions, att tion will : l. : u-
wasI years testify, and which are.taken as a as ingiisnmen ana insnmen,are,.is.viojaiivepf -------- -*--' near.that townl-. The cattle plague has : haps we.:should not have suffered in. .an engagement
I fi ,:attracted by what. to him must hare 1K i i a standard. the'climate, without; epecial all nce'to the diatiori'of the war debt was absolutely neces- ? been destructiye'in ,with a.Bnperior Jorce. -I eanncomnJu..A
'eiper1 and
in and
contrary, conflict thecountryr; r .,
,. : -
.!singular okIngo1ject t j: lying near, thc-cdgi selection from tables sary to the admission! ofthe, State "Into ti.h.ci I prt.d .. Jba Id a thAt! force of.three
running "
.. through a pe- with the natural l prejudices of races -Union. '.The to have extended .itselfto horses :; addedto I th isan4menithout.; ShOU1'nthth'cx
; artillery.
of thc:Wafu covered .gove'rnorj f bad(
? partially witIibari ia" nod from 1839 to 1860.. Theso observations ems, ; J taken ''
: wltIch'calamltleI'ten
which.are.ever manifest principles t re- ( : deaths 'fromrYdlowFever ounter ours,abandoning itself to aoselessBacrificearid
:-des and.weeds,.wiiich he stopped to examine.While were made' at JacksqnTille; ot the.St.'John'f I 'p 18i n,-which forct ,them-into individual, steps previously to ascertain the President'sviews'and L have occnrttd'at Swansea Wales ; assfgnm r.as itti>nly

i'1!1 ,.> doing,so, he was seen-to strike a sligh! ; river,J iii,'latitudes'deg.' :30Wn- North, and' tionalities' ''Ireland has her history- history < sent'to the Convention'a'oommu;' .XJ | : .' '-, -,- .-.jrst .t ;.i_j* reason for doing so that It"bio5 no order to **

t ,, I ::1 i ; S .blow with) .his axe,'ari
;,; j his wife says, lie enveloped In"a cloud of t,A careful examination these tables w ill civilization.when Engl'and.was: still t t sunk ,.; .: _' ': .'this: 'no situation, political and military .in JaketfprfwnerbVthe- -- '-Sixttebattalii--- oa-of thlIn't
: : >**imoke which >To hit uetltnCllJa8JohnlOl ;t r Republic Empire, as : \tbe l. 5' "t" Ie
S y' \y s immediately follcwed) ij''tenflc how that ihe higjiest l degree,of, temperature in barbarism. Urif rtuuateiy.forher.:history, casetnay ; -* t' .

S 'f 'x'ploslOn.tlirm. ; the Captain i some occurred in tho Sprfcg,jmionth of:May in the I and',her'happlnessher-geographical position' *, edl YplJr.ve"'The;President telegrams' oCthe'Unit have beehv:XCC lv .h4 loaL undergone. material.change since' bur, If the.ParairuaM c" 'I >rio'heav' in the engagement
>, fifteen ,iuc, ,.uaJigl Jlg him frightfuily,'' and year 1855'while' ia 'no instance in the Summer .: I..I.is 8ucbf.that' f in,the.progress'bttirae! ,''her more: not recognize the:people, 'of any State Spates as hav can- The Juarists "*_L .i V .', aVTatayrthey ffiavej''had,, some-

A of course killing him instantly. ThnSlate months. did I Itirlsc'above;90 degrees.- i fortunate neighbor has been' enabiefto( (appropriate big resumed th ,relations$ ofloyalty4to: ,th6 continue to hold their positions thing in the way of a triumph in .the.figbtliat

:,:. .' was also thrown some distance and shocking\ That tjxdal meteorological l loflucnces were in her history, and to monopolize r. ,tracts UnIon,and that admits as'1 legal!,bUga ions,-:co'ri-. as defined. .by ur last week, and Ihrou h'fgne"rilli :b.;1tiaenfd le1andth ir hattf -

"t ; ** j Jy borned/niid.dled'pf! hisinjuriesthe followIng p., operation produce ; [ 'S 5 all. \debts credited on:them.-/promote pperatlonAare'_.., -.dwngnucfijtp'annoy ithe ries oJt ri\'tr...
the.forpaer. .exalted de-, substance. .so,that f.l latq year Ireland has the war of the rebellion -* .w i

V-, S .,'' day/Tlie torpcTlo wai> of the cigar shape greeofheat t.1 l ,obvious i' for ,'such' ::1. [not a had no."history pr:Nationality; of? _her own ;. ,(Signed)) VM.H.8ETrAiip.; -.5 Empire;.and' strengthen,'the (hearjs'ofltheLiberals. \ : In i our IBSUS; 'tbeJast.wO'.mentioned

x '.' (;l';.11 barrel varieyahd| must )bftv been one of;the characteristic pf the cthnate. 'The'lowest degree but the characteristics of her peopl,b ave,not '- ..*''S. y ..MisCELLAKEOUBi: '' The' Austrian'' forces, .have.been ito- ticlfsitr/atidri of the,FJeeK'.,'-

i pumbc-r.piantrd: ,at.the. lme d c'in fated i Weed 'oifcqld r which i the\thermometer lu'dlca' been lost ;:though crushed at home,'or wandering /" I The failure'of our,malls.'the' > -;'- beaten at Hiram,.'Vbinangs and Zacapcothan'iJtounlains I]jbajttnii'had-eh gen- excellent} "positions on
I i ret* was-blow.n-jip-: nearly eighteen months ago; ed, occurred'in January, 1852:;;,this..being'.2 6degrees. I .as exiles.in 'every' :..ciiihe. *'And; lapetheniwhere .:!' u11edthj( / auUty'ojf'c;iitatZ !Domestic1 past weekjljaa} ,and a1LJaThd, Z eatecaiareJafuUiblWoffnOT high bluff w here they built. their" batteries.TherMtaH

: A) "liIcui; !J, tlC .Do tpn, with. .. large 1"-d) The.hlbedegree, of' Ban/ of .fete may;.wlicrevpr'ttcre. were. "frpm' tit yaripu&; j .b' LJ Tiej.{ JDhplera( News[ ;;h'h& t Uo |1jiri rgfitp L ot. : |, rpo-G., had towmitett

;, '\fllt PT.,P qgcr. o .Jyrlh 1,J.'SCtf' ,bc htlY. rfhernipmetoe'; Is'.M'dcgrces: ; :occurring In wrongs recWes7'or a People. found.-.struggling spread into:Spald rand rages at' :Madrid, ,VeraCruz1thc" sald'toiba iApcrljjjean.oainl i' 't .tbeia&1anjaxible when
44ng prer.them iminediately ,qhcad ,(fhe.Wc ijanuary-i856 iiest : ; Qfy: largely'increasfeg1'fefeblces"The ''Jtadhpit a jorderedtoidfflc d jl4dpwbterissnftbeu river
the h
; ranges, occurring for their liberties, he! Irishman, there ,theiptlr.oYQcfp0er.J f /Ma se4'cuned) : .tie >
I.'' (On'bemg- informed of the: In the winter \ ? intbacICy1th'.17O ; Emp j8 ;tlTec ttadT A In do-
partithe .- months. ) m1.
M ha csVerbeenTpwd; oremost.. :He doc| noVpaus \ cTejith d ;' hcf..a ..JitipnalTpw o'fc*
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: explosion,. partyof::our: ; Eemarks-, we glyp the 'to discuss.theright or.wrong of;quc On tue iWth, thQ i thousand'Axistria f' !
< NevkBi
'l1Ja) :dM.led. : ;bf ttjic disaster.1 !.al itt quantlty\bf rain. ",:-Inches, ,;which", tefl. .,ii eac".." tlois, .af jtttaf fbnC !ne'attachca, hlmMlf._ -byayT1pM3flto ; 1 = kl'Vn''an dJCT$0)'C1t'Utt'! : d; :prise a forte. tjb'dercbmiaaand troops left.aaWj:; j .utbthej t the.remains 'the .CaptaTn. themean I J. : li .' ; ', : Loll: 11." o !.,"t ., -,to.,. Graeral it1a.j4s *; th4: ,-v.\.1f9; l: -t
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FLOftJ ON .ION the Convention adjourn'Tuesdav next1, 'tint' ""TIlIB11TB OFflrE.SS, A New Express Company MACHINE SHOP AS0 f OUS I T.I ThmTru55". ,
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THE. die, was MOpte S ? :'T' "C .ul'- be 2I lit- W'.f tkt jfotknr
A.nfaU.1Y BY Elsewhere Kati6nM'ExiJrt rnpanT .T1IE i b b vIDr-1oeate4 .t1ctioflhe. S .Ct Slug
MOttNtXG injoar columns will be found
; Mr. SCott 'from the Committee on 3initia ,. orders in his line of ,
rrnTJnD'E-ETw /
; organized in Elchmond,next week, witha ,"S prepared to execut any good sense toocluBg th teat cadi"IIr
S TIC K N E Y offered a resolution requesting the Governorto the proceedings of a meeting of"the ,Bar of tnsiaess fc and
J. K. ': capital,of'ten millicni dollars! of;whicU.it h with cleapatclajOax..: oar opinion,the,men who held .lhe bIgbe I S
have theinilitary forces ,of the United Gainesville paying.the last tributq of intended subscribe a part in thIS City. 'Qen.Imboden is attached the premises <.J
TEEMS : respect P. S.-A fine Grist Mill to in the .thmenwhlftheywethethof1o1
States removed from the State as' positions Confederacy tre ,
po rt'r AnDum in Adn e. at early a' to thcTneinory of th;l mented F isAn,:It of Virginia is here,to explain the Inrunnlng orders which. wilt be grinding. S every Saturday. Tt7 .;,

-u"2'1pt1fn.ten for tellS tlun ijre month day as possible, and authorizing the.Governor is beautiful 1ose : objects, of the company and ,its chances'of .. '- Septembet' >-tf S --T 't,, ,
1n:1''oI'if'41 fiI' etit. to organize the militia whenever thinks thetlegal success. It is designed to operate over;the a1tyiLIsthemostIrnpottat to pardonVThey .1''. ,<...'.

.DTEat"IJC : necessary-placed among the orders of the profession-ajwofessian .ever distinguished whole CoUntry';, but in tlie South rn." States 1>RESS'HAKIKG.MRS.C.A. ,_,, .'
S held
1lArt p.ir ltlaf'f .or Ten Xonparll'l Unl'll> f>r.Wncf day. S for]ts intellectuality and noble' qualities ,of its managers have: peculiar fnc itia, They 8KINNEB, :INFORMS THE LADIES high positions bemuse they were -o--'. :
'ro J : One 'QU&r fir t'ut snbeqcut 1 flcr- The engrossed ordinance on the Judicial their intention to vine,that she has BOW located in ,this deemed qualified for them. *They were elected ._ : i: : I
employ by preference .
l It InIIf'rti.m heart-who know the worth of the ,distinguished express place,and is prepared to cat,fit,and make dreams lathe '
Department came up on its third realingnncl soldiers x>f the two armies, now out of neatest and latest etyleK Residence ForrythEt 8t because these who knew, them confided i f:

,.1.U1f01'S1! on iud to permanent i.iyert1ter. was passed-yeas 44, nays 2. deceased' laying a wreath'of affection employment and.hope .thus.to.do a general between Washington and Adams Sis.,,house formerly tc those ,
in their They rose
Ability. jopreme
J01J PRINTING An ordinance on schedule and ordinances upon his tomb. Though .Tudge FOB- and particular service to,the country. Gen- occupied by 7J.' C. Dennett.. 1i:

.r.tJ"If1.nfI&tJT aDd prompt.1y eueatt.e4. i after being! amended, was ordered engrossed'for WARD be deadIhe, salutary influence of his eral ImbodcnTan be seen, on the,business of Jacksonville,Sept, 16-tf, ,around them because they were tnperior.' :, :' r5 S

a third reading on to-morrow. the company, at No. 50 Exchange Place, the -S '-- They were leaders because they were: men. : :' -rr S

J The foDowiq DUDed parilH are authorized toad Also an ordinance in reference va; ranoy. example in life, will long survive in the acts office of Charles A.Meigs&Sop.-Jfiw York Potatoes' Potatoes whom the people chose to foHow1., W'say < _\ ',
IT FI 17.. and, will receive and character of the Bar Florida S :
the to '
Cor testify Pott 27& tilt.DEATH., r n'BAREELS IBISH POTATOES- -
I' and advertisements at'onr :advertised Mr. Baltzell from the Committee: JU5OObusbeIaCorn ,- that if such men are -willlaj to re turn, to : ;r :r _
&'riJ' on Preamble that he was no common man. .

rIteIxeIl.! .Icra k \'.Lake City and Bill of Rights, made a report -- --- OF W3I. A. FORWARD. chasers Now in at store and for sale S iu'quantities S ,WELLS'to salt par. their loyalty, they are exactly the men trhde, S ., -' :;

F. j. POKCE StndeThon.Joa. which was placed among the orders of the' Information having been received at Gainetville of i September 3-tf Auction and Commission Store., I secei'inthclrownsect1ditheFederaIOov'ernment .
Boiler anti II
COLUXV Monticello.Cel. Explosion Lois Life.
.JofETH clay.JLn:. the death oi the Honorable WILLUX A.FOBWABD, late I ,and the want at this time. "
..1. pwxO. QuiDrf. engrossed ordinance to ratify marriages NORFOTK,, Va., Oct.2t 1865. Associate Justice )the Supreme Court of Florida. A norsE ,WASTED. S ,
k Bzv.Mlcanopy
I ajftcKcon between colored 4- meeting of the Bar was called whereupon on motion ANTED a House l.rreor small or pan of a House.' We need all the Southern intellect,that can -
McG Provident was put its A her boiler this afternoon.She .
.Trssr k I persons upon tug exploded .
.Jf,' of A. T. BASKS the Honorable J. B. DAWKXXS, was TV Apply to JAMES 8. HIOGINS. ""
---. .- passage and lost-yeas 8, nays 30.. was blown to atoms. and all on board elected President, and Judge J. C. GARDXES requested Oct 21-tf at_the Drug SU-re.. possibly.be enlisted in theffraendously' Important .
An engrossed ordinance on Census and I to act as Secretary. ,work of pacification and,recdnstrnc- I
Apportionment of Representation five men, were killed, including tbe Captain On motion of A.F.BBARAX,a Committee was appointed TO BUILDERS. S
passed to draft Resolutions expressive ot tho feelings of tion. Thk surely is no time for putting the ban: ;.
and 'William Patten of the
authorised 'to announce J. W. CCLVEPPEB -yeas 33, nays 5. .oo.a and crew agent
mf are the Assembly. win be furnished with tbe Lumber they ,:
,of Hamilton Coantr."a candtate: for ReLtfpouUre An ordinance on Taxation and Revenuewas Boston st earners. After a short deliberation the Committee returned BUILDERS. order. much to their advantage and saying OfpreScIiptiOflVpOflthematerapIxjtaofthe J

to Congress. from the Btate of Florida. ordered to be engrossed for a third read- and presented tbe following Resolutions: of trouble-also Shingles Laths and Brick. South simply because they are' master splr-'' "' ;
Retolrtd. That the death of Wzujoc ,A. FOBVTAKD S
T. E. BTTCKilAN.: '
J II the Broaching election on the 29th instant..y. ing on tomorrow.On Appold, Inventor oft of the Centrifugal ia a source of the mOlt sincere Mid beartfelt sorrow to Ort 23-3m Jacksonville Fla.IUCHARDS its. Let us,avail ourselves $f their power,f : jf ,' ,*,
II-td- motion the Convention adjourned to 9 Pump. us all. known and beloved by every member of the e .'.

lvell1bt'r -_. A. :M., to-morrow. Bar for his kind gentle and noble virtues as a man; HAXTEB, Snow.at .PorUi *at3i,. : < '
Appold the English engineer and inventor esteemed and venerated for hit eminent, talent as a S t "J" :
authorised to announce DAVID S. TENTh Oct. 87 18C6. ,; '
DAT. and revered for him and
we are Jurist respected honesty truth and Commission : '
of the died the 31st Shipping Forwarding
of Leon County, as a candidate for GOTrtor centrifugal pump, on I Iult. a*a Christian and loyal citizen; not only the Bar but S
WAL :. of Florid, at tbe ensuing election on !I SATURDAY, November 4th, 18Cu. ., at Clifton, England. The paying-out the whole State win daploro with us',the loss of this Merchants.JACKSOXVELIE. 'Itcomtnencedsnowlng here at haUpat." ,' :', '.

of the State I Convention met. Prayer by Rev. E. L. T. apparatps used in laying submarine telegraphs -. esteemed,talented and valuable citizen. FLA.Ltrge eleven. this morning.* :' l
,3 tnin tnt.November S Blake. Ruol d.That we shall ever cherish the memory of S *
ts was mainly contrivance. The ;_ _
td. i WILLIAM A.FORWARD, with love for his gentle and advances made on consignment AH orders : ; ,3-\ ;
11-. .- I Mr. Coulter moved that a Special Committee most remarkable proofs of his cleverness as noble qnalitte aa a man and with the highest respect o promptly executed. t "

--" lion. BEX J AMI K A. PUTXiU of five be appointed to take into consider- an inventor, however, were collected in his and veneration si one of the most able and, talented .28-41. S TheSecretaryotWarhasItlasald' t

UTbefritndlofthe candidate for the ef.I I ation all the indebtedness of the State incnr- own house and,'the works adjoining it-' Lawyer that have ever adorned the Supreme Bench prohibited the payment of bounties to such' :..}
aim ai a Florida. ,
:hereby announce of the counties of red between the 10th day of January, 1861, There everything that could be made so was Resolved, That oar sincere S sympathy and' condolence vrnFD. S of the colored troops as wcie-not free-on the ) .

fice dIDdle thsCircuit composed and the 27th day of October, 18Co. automatic. The doors open as you approached is due and felt to the bereaved family of tbe deceased WANTED to'contract with parties for 500,000 feet ; -
Clar.Putnmc..:.. at the and moat truthfully and tenderedto LOGS delivered at F.A.t G. C.B. BJ 18th of April, 1861, thus setting aside .the .; t
St. are hereby sincerely '
D1t$. Which was agreed'to and Messrs. Baltzell them, and closed after you had entered old
oeinbr tat. Believing ; them. 5. Highest market price paid for east scrap Iron, 5
.w be held on the 29th> Spencer Bird, Maxwell and Whitehurst were water came unbidden into the basins ; when Kaoired, That the death of WnxUx A.FOBWAKD be Bras and Copper. J. CARDY & CO. decision of the Second Comptrollers which ,"f ,

that Judje Putnam win ntljr,discharge the' _responBible appointed such Committee. the gas was lighted the shutters closed ; a made a matter of record on the Records of the Circuit Oct.28 tf :Jacksonville, Fla. was based on the'' opinion j 9C the Attorney' ; : '1

antic of the 1 odicla1.&UOD. under the new order ofWDPo Mr.'Niblack moved to reconsider the vote I. self-acting thermometer prevented the temperature Conrt of Al.cbua County, at the first next meeting of GOODS. General The law'proyidesHhat colored l- ,

we bPFpeak for him'u eaBe support fixing a day of adjournment-agreed to. rising or falling above or below said Court. MILLINERY '
shah ".
Resulted, That a copy of these Resolutions be transmitted unteers be placed the footinz
't'emba 11-td Mr. Livingston, from the Committee on certain fixed points ; and the air supplied for to the family of the deceased and to the Editorsof TO ARRIVE next week a large and :-well selected. on same J '
S. tbe JVho Era the Flaridiari ;suited to the want of this community. with white volunteers in regard to clothing '
Finance, reported that'the Committee have ventilation was both washed to cool and Gainesville f Journal and and pay, ,,

u'\\"e arc authorized. to announce, the name of had a conference with the Governor in relation screened to cleanse it from black Even the request Tallahassee for publication., and the Florida Union Jacksonville; with promptly Orders from filled.the. country., 'solicited S S carefully subsistence_ but not'as to bounties. ., .

UXF.S T. MAOBEE E q., as a candidate for the to raising funds to defray the expensesof gates of his stable yard opened of themselves A. T. BRAUAM,1J. Having associated with me Mrs. E. Outer, of this S *

Office of Secretary of Bate of tie State of Florida at the Convention,and aa-lhe result of said as he drove through, and closed again without C. GARDNER V Committee. place we are prepared furnish M.all A.who may fcvor S MARINE LIST '. 'i :s t
election, on the 89thlnrtanuve A. T. BANKS, J us with their patronage. UATTAIR i '
rfe\rpro cbin2 conference, reported an ordinance which slamming, Mr. Appold was a dresserof formerly M. A. Barnes. : --
Thc above Resolutions vz;;
;I"l'lhbt-r ll-td r was placed among the orders of the dare furs by a secret process, which he practiced and after a few appropriate were remarks unanimously from"the adopted President Booms at 5. Mr. A. Outer. NOT. 4 1m SPORT or JACKSONVILLE VOYEXBZS.5 10. 1l5.S .5S ., ,.

S. ..fI. An ordinance to submit the State's for and which the 5 .S 1""If' '
liability successfully many years, meeting adjourned. AUKTAIJU oi.-,
\ are authorized to announce.,B. F. ALLEX to redeem the State Treasury Notes to a dIrect secured him a practical monopoly of the J. B. DAWKINS, Chiirinnn FOUMIU, oct2S-ScbrECiossenComb.N.y- -. "- S
for Secretary of the SUV?pf.l1orida. 1. C. GARDNER, Secretary.OB1TUAJRY.. trnfl ACRES of No.1 land on Flemmlng'a bland, 5 :::)I,1,:}
Eq- 1 candidate 'rote ef the people was read a second trade and he always maintained that the 9S 2S-8ehr MMimrRenoD. iaattog XewTorfc JI"i ."
n_, '__ _., .__ I 3 U U between Hibernia and Black Creek trIO acres : 'S
.t tic spproaAtoS election on the.29th Lust.yember114d time. Substitutes were offered by Mr. Coul- was a more effectual way of working an in- 01 which are cleared. about 400 acres hammock and Oct. K-Scta Maryland Cmtbcart.N.York S' ,.

ter and 3Ir. Baltzell, and lost ; the obedience vention than any patent. : the balance pine land. particulars apply to CoL Oct.NOT 68 Ateamcr-Selir Otiem ElLa..,TlumtpHin.Romniand 8&TUJWa New York :',:;" _

.- S p:1SScdby five majority. --- -- Died on the 23rd of October, at Lake City, Agnes A. U. McCormick at.Jacksonville or to the subscri- NOT. -SchrM ffl Creek.BaT,BoitoaNOT. -,

.PASSENGERS' : ____ .- I NASHVILLE, Oct. 25. !' Dolores,infant Cyrus and V. Bfcbee aged one year her on the premises.4 DAVIS FLOVD.November $Schr Tiger,FUmtny.Boston

Per steauier Helen Getty, from Savannah, Great Storm at Key We t-Shipwrecks S A startling discovery has been made in and"Suffer eight little mouth children to come unto me. and forbid S_ -5tp NOT.9-Schr A Richard, Steward.Bkbaoadr _

)Ir. J M Arnow and lady,, Mrs. Hernandez, and Terrible Loss of 1,1 fe. this city within the last few days. A large them not, for such is the Kingdom of Heaven.". Land for Sale.A < :,CLUKXD. -r, S ,

MUs[ Ada Brooks,Judge Randall.Dr.Jacraig, We learn that on' the 23d instant, a terrible number of thieves have been depredating Oct. 27 Bark Rtxenber J.'X'etr York 4 'S0et. S
DESIRABLE FARM containing 320 acres, situated .27 SUamer Fountain Caat&er
Col E Houston, Wm S Robinson- ;FM,Smith, gale was experienfced on the Florida around the city for some time past All efforts Jte Sjttortisemrnis. two miles South Westfrom Madison ,C. H.. on Oct.30-Steamer Getty Ixtgnun**BtTaaaah; ,. V ''J-11.NOT.38chrGreahBanbr.EWtNewYarit

R T Masters, L 0 Barnes F' Goldsmith, E coast in the vicinity of Key West, during to catch them have been' unavniling until t which there is a comfortable dwelling and aQ necessary f"",, ; !

Bullock W Patterson, Wm Token, Mrs S G which a large number of vessels were wrecked lately. It has been ascertained that there --- out buildings in good order.About eighty acre NOT. Brig Bttrehard and Torrr Haakffl. Boston ,, 0NOT. S
and lady D: C. Gary : NOTICE. are cleared and under fence. .7 Schr. Mary Stedman Were*. Sew York '' S 'It-. .
Mr G driven ashore and loss of life five different under the which
great are caves city, Apply to'V. Palmer Moself. Midison C. H., or Nor. 7-Schr.A B Terry.FerrtQ New York /?
\VnL Galloway, H. 1V31organJno; Holmes was occasioned.A are occupied by thieves, burglares and coun- Hilton Head. H. C.\ James E. Toitng.Lake City. NOT.9-Schr A Dexter,Chue.Xew York ; .

Mrs. S. Hutchins, Capt lcNam r. Mrs steamer, purchased a few weeks since in terfeiters. The McNary vault in the graveyard : persons indebted to the OCTOBER firm of 20 DUNBARS, 1863. j & I I S Oct.28.-tfJOHX ,TxsaxLs: n roar; S .'- .

Svmrnes Mrs. Brown. I I New York, by Mr. McKay, of Tampa, for has been put under guam, and men set t ALL are requested to make immediate paymenton CAUDY. rCXVAX (' AlE 'Steamer Wyoming Steamer LonUat Steamer Grant ,-

tONSIGNEES the purpose of transporting cattle to Havana, to work to effect an entrance into the cave.- or before the 1st November next ; and all persons Sehr Mary and Emma, Subs M LJDanria. 8dIr Maryland '

Per steamer Helen Getty, from Savannah, is supposed to be lost. On this steamer the As fast as the earth is removed fresh earth is laving demands against said firm will please present S JOHN CARDY & CO., .Schr Mariah flenoo Sebr % MKH lieu OnalDe.Schr -
them for payment. DUNBABS t YEA' A Richards Mm Creek SchrSlger.
J Sammis & Co. F Dibble J F Wells, L Government had provided transportation for thrown up from the irfside of the cave. This Nor. 11-2t MANUFACTURERS OF l "S S

TV&rock, G A Peck, RT Masters,Jno Clark, one hundred and fifty men,mostly mechanics, is the same cave that Murrill and his gang STEAM: ENGINES, SAW MILLS;StJGAR ROLLERS '

n D S L Sibllck. who were sent out from New York to workon occupied when engaged in running off negroes THE MARKETS. '
*- *- '-' Fort Taylor at Key West. We have no and horses. The affair has been kept 0

[Continued from pIt page.] particulars as to the other vessels reported to secret, but leaked out in spite of the milita- FLA. Jmeluonrill .5 Tket. "Jfi

be lost or driven ashore. In Key West much rv. A year ago it was reported that the licK DEALERS IN Oct. 28 CORRECTED WEEKLY .BY W1L O. J'EI'J'BEYB.'k". ,

THE STATE CONVENTION. damage was done; buildings and fences were ary tomb was used as a place to store plunder ttGARDEN 'corrow.1 -S ', -

SYNOPSIS OF THE PRO DmGS' blown down, and cocoa nut trees were torn and it is commonly reported that a lake, STAPLE ,DRY, GOODS rAND S SEEDS, The fbDowing quotation baa beea the ruling fl jnre. t!

EIGHT DAY. up by the roots. On the Dry Tortugas a covering five acres and very deep is directly JUST received by steamer Fountain,a lot of Garden fortbepaztwe'.kending26ththst'S \ ", '
lifted under the One to GROCERIES which will be warranted.AT SZ1 ISLUD. : M
large frame building was up and carried city. man swears having ; '. i
THURSDAY,November 2d, 1865. distance without the entire from WELLS' AUCTION STORE. Uccarthyalnned..ga$1
a.considerable damageto thoroughly explored cavern, September 9 tf Boiler Ginned..............................80 a M
Convention met. A communication wasrtcmed it, and a Quartermaster at that station is one end to the other. A guard has been Crockery, Tin and Hollow Ware, and a Saw Ginned......................'............70 a U .

from Mr. a J..Douglas,Private Secretary reported killed. The gale was more severe stationed over the Acklen and Harden tombs. Bagging Twine articles and of other Kitchen articles.Furniture' also Rope PUBLIC SALEOF _.. .&__ ': 4 4 _

to GOT. Marvin 'enclosing advertisements than any experienced on the Florida coast, The locksmith gives his opinion that the Tbe highest Market price paid for all kinds of Cairn Ordinary...................................40 a 45
of the P. O. DepartmenV relative to I for many years. The rumored disasters at lock on the McXary tomb has been used recently. try Produce at the new Store next door to the Post CAPTUBED AND ABANDONED" Middling.;......................s..t......iSaM :
Office. MiddlingFalr...............;............'a 62 '
carrying the,mails ,and requesting .Delegates sea are so numerous that we can hardly credit ] The entrance to the cavern is at We '
PROPERTY. retain
C. PARK URST our quotation of last week for osttoa.tart
to circulate them among their,constituents. them.-TaUaJuusee Sentinel, 31st ult. foot of Sumner street. The military are determined ,A. B. HTJSSEY. owing to rather vnammble aeeatrats from abroad S

to fine out the outlet of the cave.- Jacksonville, Nov.11, 1865.if.DIARIES NOTICE ia hereby siren that I shall sell at Public there i.a temporary: depression .which ass checked

?Ir. Forman from'the,Committee', Taxation Southern Representation In Congre**-A The entrance looks like a fissure in the rock. to the highest bidder for cash at my l operations,'and quoted prices could- : not resdfly be obI
office,in Jacksonville on Tuesday the 14th day of November tained. : e
Revenue made the following report :New Plan of Organization Proposed. The discovery originated from the fact that FOR 1866. I .
and 1865. at 10 o'clock. A. M., of said. day : Flour,per ..bI.$11,00.. a. S1S.Oe .

: quite a number of murders have been committed pONTALNLNG the Revenue and other Table Memorandum S 1 Washington Printing Press Hominy,per ft........ .....,,............We '
The standing Committee on Taxation and From Correspondent oftbe Evening Post] in the immediate vicinity, which led \t Books of every kind.The Life of Caeaar, 1 Office Desk Com Meal per Ib.........._..'.*...-...........10 _

Revenue ask leave to report the following W.ASJIISGTOS October 23 1865.ORGAlIZ.TIOS' to an investigation disclosing the above facts. by L. Napeieon and other new works and stationary.For 1 Cedar WardrobeCha.Irs.BeadBnresnaTables Fresh Beef per lb............,......;.19al5
liv: Y. World. sale by DREW OAKLEY.D. Chickens per pair...................TSaLOO
article; & O. are Afrents for the sale of Singers Sewing Eggs per doz....._.........................40 a M .'
1. The General Assembly shall devise and OF THE HOUSE. 1 .- .- -- .- achines, and offer the same atthe New York prices. So/aa,Books Butter per n ..............,-..........10 aU. -

adopt a system of revenue, having ,regard to There is a lack of correct information in certain THE POPE AXD TIlE Far-rAsos.-The November 11-tf 178 1'Cubic Schooner feet of Cedar** Sweet Potatoes" per bushel .....,....... J.JO a 1,00 .

an equal and uniform mode of taxation to begeneral quarters respecting the organization of Grand Orient, says the Paris correspondentof 2 Billiard Tables ; Irish perbbl.'f..5M..OO.S .5--;.!"
throughout the Btate. the House Representatives. The Clerk of MARKET. And such other property as there may remain on 5 S S
the Independanee Beige, convened a hand. BEUBFN OTTMAN. 8ab Xarkela.S< :
2. ,No other or greater amount of. tax or the last Congress,-by law, holds' over till then meeting of its principal dignitaries. and it is Assistant Special Agent Treasury Department. Floor per bbL common.......S8.oo.SJ.oo. ** :. ./

revenusV&hali anytime OO.le ed"than'may w Congress elects a Speaker, and it is his resolved that an answer shall be immediately OYSTERS OYSTERS Jacksonville; Njnrember 4-U I. 4 BaWmor Extra.... .=...1J,00a12DO. ', S.

be required the ,necessary expenses of duty to prepare an official list of members.He to the brought against Free Eiceperewt.... .. ,......... ...*,!, "
given charges
Batter per ft ia trkins. ....85 a 40. '
, government.3.Nomoney. calls ibis roll when the House meets, and masonry by the Pope. It is also that M. subscriber takes this method of announcing to .* HALLET KILBOURN, Goahen.:....* .......37 a 40.COTTOX. '
; shall, be, drawn from the when the election of Speaker takes place he Viennet of the chiefs of the Scotch Rite THE for ": ,?, _
one publice,that he is under many obligations [Late Chief Clerk of tit DtpartntJit of tie Interior S ,. S
Treasury but inconsequence of an appropri uses this roll. Great power conferred upon proposes, notwithstanding his advanced age past favors and hopes in the future to be always ready Ordinary...................4.JTa28e ; __ 0\,.
ation by law, and negular statement of the the Clerk but it could not be otherwise.Mr. of to take the glove thrown to serve his friends in the town and country at short ATTORNEY FOKTIIEPROSECUTION Middling.;......................;..33 a 35. -'. .

rceIptaand the expenditures of all public .McPherson has informed his friendswith down eighty-five by the Pope., up notice,with the best oysters at the lowest price, by OF CLAIMS Good Middling....., .....;......?.98 *53 ,;. ,
plate, quart or '
; a{monies shall be published promulgated* out reservation that he will not place upon per bushel..................75 cents New T.rk Karfceta.SiwYetr. .
annually with the laws of the Generals the official list of members any person claim- OFFICE AaisTAKT COMJCWSIOXIB, 'Price per qu.rt.- ...... 40 cents BKJOU ALL TIm .21.SS 18C5. .
i embly. ing to be ejected from a state that has been DC'ltut' BET'S, FBKTD'S JXD ABAS'D LXXBB.TALLAHASSEE. } Price per plate......0......15 cent Department and Officers of the Government. Gold_.j.. .....l.45 aM9 S
4. The General Assembly,shall have power in rebellion against the government. ,To do .FLA., November 1, 1865. Per dozen on half shell..........10 cents Snparflna State and western floor.*.$7 Ma 7 73E .5;
: O. O. At the Jacksonville Market Stall No.6- rrAsniyGTO.v CUT, D. c. ... S
The accompanying letter from Major General tra State ... .....,. .TSSaSOO ,
I t* authorize the several counties and incorporated differently would be to decide himself, one HOWARD is published to the Agent of this Bureau, and B..K. CHASE .Office in Federal Block of F and Seventh Choice Start............... _.. .. ...tlOaSSS
i lowns in' this State, for impose, ,of the most important questions before Congress to the citizens of Florida. November U-3w P.O.Box- 12 Streets Postofflce corner Box No. I 4i. Commoa to mediam extra WeitenL. .,._...'f 15'.'no f

taxes for county and corporation purposes ; for to let in eighty southern membersat Agent are requested to disseminate it as much s* Refers to the Secretary and Officers ot the Department ExfrsroundhoopObio..S05aIisWesterntrde
! 'taxedupon possible among aQ classes of the people and tbe Editors GULF STATE INSURANCE COMPACT.TALLAHASSEE brand*.;.........ISallSO .
shall be vote the of their I of the Interior and officers of the other
and all the outset to subject generally
: respectively, property upon of newspaper are requested to give it a place in'' TLA.. of the Government. S Common Soothera....c.............860 10SOFueraadcztra .
the principles established in regard to own recognition, would end the controversyin their columns in order that it may everywhere reach S fire houses November Departments 4-tf ... ...if.......0t0al450 .

,I State t&D OD. their favor at once. the people.T. .S INSURES against.loss academies by hotels on 'dwelling stables barns, .: Common ( .-.H.ft.....-.................8 GOa 140
General Assembly shall have powi The uniform practice of the House during W. OSBOBN I stores churches Also on household Good to choice and extra......;,/......O all 21 _
i 5.:The i. CoL & Asst Com'r Bureau B., F. A. I*, Fla. workshops and building generally.In warehouses DREW & OAKLEY, Bye floor (anperflne).........i.......IBOaClO SCorn
i to authorize"the, laying:;of a capitation the lat&hree years has been not to admit furniture, merchandise, cotton at moderate ratesofpreJDwm. or mea Jeney.-...-......i.........4 10 a 5 00

claimants from districts which have been in BET'S FRIED'fl1ADQ7iRTZE5 AND ABAJI'D COSLXIBIOtZBrRL& LASDS, } on plantations,,and other property DREW, OAKLEY. Booksellers'and Stationers, Cora meal Bra&dywine._...,..,;.........'.- :

Which"was read and placed among the orders rebellion till after the House has pronouncedupon Ix THI FiEtB CHASLESTOH, 8. C., Oct. 23. 1865.. November 11-tf Agents for East Florida. CornmeIBr7.ndwinepimnchns..i..2605sCorTuw j .;.
3Ac9IiLE .
IXOBIDA.ALL vaa again irreriilar and ecnaiderahty excited ,
This the I ; ,
their reverse practice the Bureau
of the day papers. ? To aU Officers and Agents of ?
were aking46o.fcr at the S
some India
middling opeoing ,
Mr. Niblack Introduced the following ordi'ThepeopleofthVState in ordinary cases, where 4he person holding in Souik Carolina, Georgia and Florida: i ADMDTISTIUTOB'S SALE 07 BEALISTATE- the articles usually found in a Stationery Store bUt in order effect sales were ebHged to make S "

nanl'' regular papers always holds his seat till tbe I GEXTLEXES is a desire to restore confidence District be soU at public ,outcry before the Court e kept on hand. ,Orders respectfully solicited. concessions the market cloatng rather easier and nearly '
been much impaired in S
which has many WILL November
so door of SuwanDM at Houston, all 4,-ly
county nominal at our qn.'tationI anneze. The sales were -
7 Cnorida in Gen- House decides against him.: Two members between the property holder and the negro laborer late '
the lands and tenement of William T. McLeran about 8,500 bale We quote:- C .
Convention assembled, .do ordain and from New Orleans participated in the organization that I aend you this communication. of said county deceased consisting oi six hundred NOTICE .: .I"lcril-..N. 0"T. S

declare that while we recognize the freedomof of the Thirty-eighth Congress but Tbe Commissioner deprecates the use Of any offensive for and twenty acres more or less, with about ninety, Ordinary....." 48, 49 49 S '
desirous of extending tie Congress haa'adinittedjnembersfrom expression in the letters and report made and acre in cultivation The lands are superior quality/ partnership heretofore existing under the Middling........:..69 M, O S
the colored race and are ) previous warded and earnestly enjoins simple statement of. MARY A..CHARLES. THE Fairckild Jt Robinson,is dissolved by reason Good middUng.....61 u O (3
tothem full protection in the rights those districts, thus acknowledging that fact All act of violence, where Freedmen are concerned JESSE T. McTP RAN. of the death of Mr.Robinson. All persons indebted ;

' of 'and property; and in. OM' legislation they were entitled lb representation. )Ir.- made known by the Court or otherwise,should Welborn,Nov.11-ts Administrator., to the late Firm. are requested to settle with the ,_-_- \
person be carefully recorded and reported whetherthe *- !
always .
I to secure their elevation and, improvement ', Stevens, Pennsylvania, rose and'objected guilty partie be white or black ; but angry debates undersigned The business Immediately.will be conducted at the. same stand, by Quotations: for Un current Money.. :
! in all that is calculated to promote human to the vote of these members- Messrs.
: we deciarcit the unalterable and Cottman-but finally consented to waive of temper and expressions dislike on the partof Jacksonville,'Oct.30, laGS 4 .Nor4-4t CORRECTED WEEKLY "| H.'MCCORMICK
happiness, lawsoftheStateehallbemaileand their could affect the the inhabitants toward you will naturally awaken C :GEORGIA., '": .
the the as votes
that point nb4
sentiment of this Convention, feeling of resentment Yet I beseech you,a*Individ oj ."
executed result so that even if the previous House had B. w. SKINNER Augusta Insurance and Banking Company..8 cents ,
by trust committed to to 4',8U.nGEO 3
nail who have important you
an Bank, of Augusts........ I..:.#...........u cent '
I the white race.VcbvaspIac. 'not admitted members from these districts, keep your duty steadily in view,and carefully Freedmen w 'DENTIST. Bank Athene..............4...........17,cS&ts .
I the orders orthe it could not be quoted as a precedent.A recrimination. A true friendliness to the Bank of Columbus.....?.......-.,.........10 cents
among demands that they be t*ugh,to look to the p opbrty -
O.5 S JACKSOFwTLLE, FLA. Bank of Commerce..v..i... 7 cents
d aV'. NEW PRO OSmOX. holders foe employment. The purchase and reatz.1oflinds constantly on band and for sale by ,) Office Forsythe Street between Washington and Bank Fulton.......'......:...f..... ...14 cents
On the on
The ordinance to repudiate the war debtor An'old S affd influential member of Congresshas of the employer mnit come it from ia equally tbeame urgent source.and for their par in. KEPT O CALVIN.OAK.. Adams Streets. Residence formerly occupied by N. Bank of Empire State........... .........,..&eents '" S

the State being taken up, the question was submitted to some of his friends a .new. terest to secure the} confidence of their employee NOT.,11-3mp, ., Jacksonville,Fla.- C. Dennett. NOT 4 3m Bank iliddle Georgia.-".,...-. ......-...W cents ____
.. .,.....
Bank of Savannah.... ... cents
to submit I .1".iO
substitute -
taken on :Mr.Magbee's plan for the settlement of the vested questionof Schools homestead, rentals, sale, privileges Bank of State of Georgia......JL.......:..50 cents _
the question to a vote of the people, and the southern representation in CongEsss. It is shares in crops that good' be wages offered.and kind Endeavor treatment to CHEAP CASH STORE. "BR. G-EO., ,ELPhysician 1IcPHfl.ON. Central B. and Bti.k1ngCompuy.........t cents 0,

substitute was adopted-yeas 37,nays :10. select committee ) are inducements can of these and C1Xy Bank of Aofusta ..........i..........-h< cents ''
follow Let a \ Joint of the things Surgeon. .
as ; ; convince them practicability Fariues'.aa4. :;.. .......:;... WIIta -.,. .
Engrossed ordinances on PubliciDomalnr committee would be better) be raiseo "to where the present circumstance*have filled their mind 4 A T the old Post,Office, South -Jr.tlle Mar-I Office corner of Ocean and Fonythe. street. former Georgia.. and Banking Company.....:rs centI" : i '" _

the Executive Department And, the. Legislative whom the constitutions of the "reconstrttC; with foreboding of evil and where old Have habits in make mind rjHL ke'X ake City will be found one of the best selected S Residence of A. U. Reed Esq. NOT 4-Smp Marine Bank........ ......*.?...:*.......60 cents '
Department were passed. shall he submitted with all them heartily dicbelieve in free labor. stocks of Dry Gdoda and Faintly Groceries that K ecbsn. Bnk0....._......' .........C cents S
ted" rebel states 'examples of success more or lees complete. One or ever come to this market. All of which I am selling : Merchant',and Planters'Bank. .7..........10 cents
An ojdinanoe on Census ,and Apportionment papers bearing upon the'subject: .. This'.com- two.that have worked well for the first two yean will che.pertb.u can be bought elsewhere.t VALUABLE ,LOTS Plaaters'Bank-................,., .........13 centa .' S

of Representation came up and was mittee shall consider, first, whether the'state aid yon.' will settle that I KOT. 11. 1865-tf .&. B. BATCHWTBLL.' Union Bank..................r......'......10 cents
discussed until 10 'o"clock-adJoumoo. constitution is republican in form ; secondly, there It will will be not some be Jars time quarrel before matter and some acts of so violence I.. -- "- IN JACKSONVILLE FOR SALE. Timber" uttersBa.nk.4. .......;.*.S cent

whether)is theact, of the loyal people of the ; but I do not believe hL is the general wish or -NOTICE. 'valuable Lot.IOS.'by '86 feet, Southwest cor- SOUTH CABOLCU .- ... S

.-' ,ZyCLOCKP.MThe i state over which St,is f sought to establish, it ; belief of the people whether white or black. : days after date, application will be made THAT of Bay and Newnan streets. Alto the lot(105 Bank ofCa ...i;.,..oo....|....4.t*..15 cents .
ordinance on Census' and Representation whether domestic tranquility is .Our object!*to do simple justice, doing every thing THIRTY Judge Probate, of Bradford,county for feet square) Southwest corner of Bay and Cedar streets Rink Charleston...-....-........i...... >...J5 cents- 0
consideredin Committee of' 'and thirdly, we can that win contribute to good ,order. and good leave to sell the Real Estate o f A. H.Jones,late of said near the Ball Road Depot. For terms apply to Dr. A.S BaDkof Chester...,..............._.... .M 1S essm '
was again' : so far restored in such state that its peoplecan government. .S .5 county dece ed.. .,.Bsldwin.JackioaTine. .Bank of Georgetown............ .........4.13 cent* _ _
I the Whole, and the oom liuee'reported progress maintain its constitution.To S 'BecpectfoDy-. ;yours, NOT. 11.- 4t MARY JONES Adm'r.TOWING. ., NOT.4ti"S Ba............t...........'.15.eeDta
: the House Committee Elections each : h. O.O. HOW AIm, Bank of NewbeTry....-.......|...**..j..i-J8 cmts.
..I ordinance fAn ; ibetwern usual Major General Commissioner.Ornot Bank of Booth CaroUna..........JIt....,.,,; cent
to ratifymarriages' and individual case would be referred as ABSWTAHT ComasiO5EX, ) U MAIL.LINE. .Bank of *$tate of South CaroIlaa.......'..:U cents 'V II
colored persons was read a second time but said committee will naturally await the nUKil.u 1li7B, F:'.AXD ABAS'D LANDS V bank-CoIqmbJ&"t.tJ .lO ca. '

ordered to be e1 gr;: bythcSele& Committee 'from each TtLr.n&88zZ FLA.. November. 5.) THE powerful new Tug. TJ.> 8. GRANT Captain known Exchange Bank Columbia......!!...........13 cents
,An eossed'zlinance..on Banks another <$ report CIact'LLz S ,is now permanently on Jhe' river. *"J for- tbe The favorite" 8team.Packet. 'formerly as the Fanters and Exchange.- .,..... .............1& cents
r state.-* purpose.of, towing. Vessels, 'raft tc. "St...Johns. ,now named. the S
1 thirditmc and NO.8.j -.5u '.' Merchan t. TI) ygTf4J.......LJ4J..V.....,Ln1 THt*
Corporationftwailead it S This proposition meets with considerable'ftt' The following Special Field) .er is published for 0 'J. B..5. '8.unUS- .5 k CO., .; Peoples'Dk....;........;... f ..........s cents S
,passed:: yeas 41, nave 4. and will not be opposed by the the information otaQ. Persona owning property in fov.'U'tr Airents.r HELEN GETTY, 'l'I&Dtera" Ba> Falrle1d..i..u CentS 4 S_ _
Adjourned tq 9 Commanded
this borevo are requested to make application ,.- ;:s1M *.". WHKATOJT, by Capt&IU'o. R.Ingrahaa. is again per .tt
Inll' c'0' of r, !" South Western R. fl............ > ..... cents
-- S Sa .-.--.a- for the same said if the condition'of:Circular No. 6. "F W. SIMS *,: CO., manenUy on thelInebetweeu at:Bavannah.Darien brunswick Georgia and Union Bank......... ..................*......45 cemtsNOBTU
Palatks Florida; touching' St, S S 5
: from this office and tbe following Special Fie Id S
2WIITIIDAt < of tbejsVt Chief of-tbVdaoetawc.TheJackKriMis&jSrwf are complied with the Bureau will release it* claim t* FACTORS AND Mary. I'ernandinaandaUiandingE on the St.Johu CABOHXABaokof -." .: .

FRIDAY November 8d, 1E4l. .' property. S General Commission Merchants. River to Palatka, carrying the U.' 8.Mail. aPeFeaT..............i.! .... ..30 cents .
Ckmvcottoatnet, ( .of "October 19, S :T..W.: .a ; 5 ,BAY SAVANNAH, OA Sbe-wiU leave Savaanah every Saturday silO o'clockA Bank of Charlotte................... o. .34 cents '
rrw;* -4 tt'IRev.S.W : S Greenwood Cot k A rt.ComV.S 5 ,, !! *B., P. k A. L-, FlW -. STREET, U.;arrive at Jacksonville on Snndayy and returning Bankofrendn..4..........!. cents
t ui S 'announces.the death of Colonel .5 "A DEI' Jt'tKDTu.c .''- S DXALKSS Ot' ;wiU leave for Savannah erery ,Tuesday at 4 o'clock A., Bankof Commerce,......,... s.,......,..15 ceats

!;. Hogue moved to considerthi, vote by : the'last chief ot :the. Cboctaw' In- nll" rau'J aD Ah.'D LuDa MERCHANDISE rn&DUCE. '., :, LUMBER. M.' '. Bank cfpjeeyule..,.'...!. ...4...........,.... ceuts S
which the ordinance in relation to StatoLt&bilities -, "TALLASABBICZ Ft-. October 31,i CS.) AND COTTON. -- For Freight engagements or Ptnaice apply em boatiior Bank of Lex..-... ...........21 teta"p'
diaijs and yliisiuiQalwicetnainly thq bestportion S to JOHN 8.,SAiaUSr CO.. :Bank of North CaroUoa........>|. ..-M..3Q: ,
was engrotsed,,with a view of placingit ceded :SnrauL FOLD DftDKB.> ? S Consignments are respectfully solicited,and'will received Septeniber. 23-tf. .*. Agents.F1TKB8. Hank WadeaboroogB...... %.,,.......18 cents S
back on its second.reading carried, icu, of Ihe State Mississippi was ,nO. _bfApaI_: : dlleo1&. held by- officers: of this- strict attention and the FotBuaiDeu Ji ; S- S S 5.5 J _,_. Bank iff WtT** cents J
AH Oct. "
the property
Creek to sad
: JhetreatrorDandngltobbH: carefully pnunp01done.Jm
38. by under its sou. comnercltB2nkoL'wilm1nionj.i..i3 eests
Its custody or .
XPomw fitatca-CXaflore was formerly state Bureau or.1D my way In of Us.owners. 5. SVNCUEZ.T Farmer Bank of North zronna;...._.....3S eeata '
the -
diit1 resolution poBsesilon "
l requesting -United restored to ,
a trol,is now hereby : VANTEp SHBSCBIBEB WILL PAT 'THE HIGHEST .
theJPovi ionaljGovemQrto appoint senat his county .lIe was the son: ,of -. S S ,THE $price for nncarent fund Merchanta'B akof5ewben..U. .K .5,
Indian Ife.tnrt .1dent1thitmielf.4tllywItkthe f fne'qtte t4 tltIe;,,amnesty'oaths;rardon and : WISHES 'A',SrTCATlW' IN'A S A.H.MCCOBMICK. .t''U.Vl ., _t d 5.
a Commission tthr nafled persons, to Frenchman by,an Uu.reSI 'wUb. a-OUNO"UAN --S. 5 "
a Ii : rents&I reqidrsdby C1nular. oUbia I f and a*salesman. .j4soiciiieqct.21,1865.-tf., 555. Bank Mobile.................!............50 cents
examine< bTerx3t$0: : tte General Assembly ." I .hereafter properly attended, .". and couplets &For particulars. address by letter to: '8.K.1V .the chns b6 ithMthflents to be made, to S Some tImerlyinthe'OI' 'whUe".be, IvrwJI transfe.wW be mad. bl.lpec1al Agent detafl.Cam1 Oct. 7th 1865-tf Taylor" House' Jacksonville Tin WASTED. S Banket n.,,,........ .....,.I.1S eenta '

S existing stalccrad fUoitl7JO; to c lethe was state?senatoir'from Carroll county, erewas ed to that duty by Co). TW. ssoaX? ,Asitstnt. -, "- .- Commercial Bank.,,..,.,,.. t... .:.... ceata S
to conform to the amended- Const temperance ce'revival ,to 'Jackson; 1nWi4ed to aI'eet hzd14. S -'5 pENAL S 'A,GOOD BAKZB AND CXJNTECTIONEn.ONE THAI .Central Bank...,.......?.....i-.*.;30 eeats S
tame great' ThilInfonul t Dot 'is master of 'the Business and having a good EaaternBaBk.Northern. ......'..,......... cents
formed .1.T.
tmlrnjNjjffijttdi jyfojqftcfijruprrinTly to the and a state temperance society was tugs held b1 the'mnitarT authorities un4et, ; JDi1har1 WAGON and ,TEN MULES AKD HOBSES..; Also recommendation can find employment and good wages .;..,,...... .........,.. ..._..r8outbern. -90 casts "

c''... altered condition of the colored T&ce i which over vhlSi the,GUief-Justice S(now Governor. S eoessitv.S S '. .5-.5. ,' 0-"nOWADD" : ;., 11'1 WATEB. LOT ia the business centre of Jacksoni -. at Madison. C. IL Fla., O. J'l&
.vaj placed atnongthe'brderVorthe day* &haikey.wa presiaent' Xaflore,tooV anactirepart .- ApPl.r to5the" ssb4ertbr.' atQnInc c.U..l8t.s-\.m,, ,', Msdlson, .C.. H.Tla. : : '
.e Commissioner. "
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4 ': : As all,maUcr cormccted with thergaflz I choose some'employment, that will' insure'tho | .1865. FAlL'TRADE.:1865.: : :aoliN. jaiji I D. w. & A. W.INGERSOLL. ( ,, -JOHN :S.:. SAMMIS t' cO"

p : '.' civil in Southern mafnlfrnaricc.of him el f and,,family. On the : : :, .
tionjpf government the .. ,
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rorst be assured ,
:hand the employer -
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i "'.. Statcssotintci st to our readers the'pre ihat'tl e JLbor' tracted for"will be-speciBc- > Wholesale-' .and .Retail ,t tJ L LBay' Wholesale & Bc all ,

i sent'Ume, we publish herewith"t Inaugural ally performed. p }, Receiving Forwarding
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i ; : :: Address1 of Governor BESJ.Jii qfImrt ," Th?'cultivation of the great, staples of the 'DlR'U: G G: I :. 'DEALERS IN GENERAL .
'" labor from j .
continuous FRESH
\ l" South require January ARRIVALS
t 4' I'IIRETS of'risippi: : ,
': J to January. The planter cannot venture'upontheir Stre t, Jacksonville. .. ; ,AND. -
: GenJm1en: Senate and llovxs; />/ Ibyrsgentatitfst : '
: t cultivation' unless the laborer is compelled '
I r r : Would cUtbo attention of denier and consumers l. MERCHANDISE'READYMADE
to comply with contract"reDinln; 4. to his largo and select BMortmrnt of Drugs, Patent I i
K p Tbe people of Use Stilc.of Hississippi, ,at i ing and performing his proper-amount of labor Medicines, Fancy Articles,Paints. Oils,Window Glass, 'I i G ERAL
r the recent election, called inc to.the chief ex. day after day, and week after week; OF Stationary, &c, cc., among.which may be found : I I
\ ", iff ecutive office of the State.. pbedicncc to through the whole year 3; and if. he.',attempts .Sulphate. Quiainp, ;
t that call,;I RP before yop dar; for the ,to escape ho should i>$. rqturned to,hUfm- .' )" .' ,, Castor Oil, 1 -
1 of the'oath' thc't f" ?-. ( ,...', ; ..' Cream,Ta.ter.. CLOTHING COMMISSION HEBCHAKT8
purpose taking prescribed by' ploycr, and forced to)york until,the,tithe_ for : :: ; \ Calomel .' ,:
.. Constitution for the'incumbent of that office. which he has contracted has "' i :"i .
expired. ,By.. .I t" 3Zus, : t .
;,. i In entering upon its duties and rcsponsi- system of labor, the welfare and happiness isr. :T"J:, y ;q q q:_ Snlrhnr, J Groceries ; '

,. bili'ics, with no expc. icacc. in the administration of' the African may be secured, the ag- ." ; :-..$!. .. '. '.I-;..,..'.,'> "'"II', ,.r,;.;, ,' r''."Ot' I :U.IIgJtsia..1c 1 +..1' -D 2, LXX1SBLOC. . .

; i: of civil aflafrs, I am profoundly ricultural and commercial prosperity of'the '- t.q'C''h ''';: 'J' ,: -- 12t.jent Ucdlt"Jnr". I i .Provision f
: ; [ .the humDiatin "sense of .' t,' '..1 VT. ': : ... .: .. ; .: -, .. j : .
< pressed by OP-j A' i'.f' '
State sustained and homes becomethe : .
my our. again ; >
lJut .. .,,. ....... :,-,:: ;<,,< :;.' '' Tow.isend's Sarsapkrilla, I ,: BAY STREET
i fitness for'the'position. ; relying abode of prosperitjr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla !I
'- .._.r: ,. '.,.: _,1t I Ales and Wine
.i.i :
; } '1' '
the and Pectoral ,
of fellow-
I II charity forbearance my j i In the.civsl war xjust closed, the troops ". t.' .," : r : Ayer'* Cherry .- .
: '
citizens nnd invoking the1supporting :i -I. 4 ; Ayer's Ague ,
grace that responded the call and command of ,, ,: : Indian Cholagogue,
Almighty God for wisdom and strength, I Mississippi have signalized all those high Davis' Pain Killer, j Boots & Shoes, JACrSONVILLEFLOBIDA.,

,_ shall endeavor to' discharge those duties j,! qualities that adorn the character of the sol -I nadwa,'*Remedies .. ..- ,-- ..
4 'I honestly and.impartially; and with'such abil- dier. By'their':valor; courage, and heroic : .Fahnestock'Vermifuge, y Iffntw & Caps, .' "

::4 itics as I possess,.taking as a guide,the Constitution constancy, whether in camp on the march or ':::;.. South' American Worm Fever Candy and, Auguc Remedy, t 4 A'BENOW OPENING LARGEST

; tI'' and the laws as the only sure and amid the carnage 'of the battle-field, they 1% '4G'3fl : Brown's Ess. Ginger, 'I, WoodenWare .a Sto k Goods erer offered fbr sale jb*the ft***

certain means of attaining the great end to have sustained her honor, and glory,and made Winslow's Soothing Syruphyatt's : upon IUd term as honld Induce Coontry :and otserchants
M ,
.t Life Balsam, to at least pric ow good before
which the aims of be par-
every patriot should her name immortal. Many,have returned to Yclpean'8 Remedy YANKEE chasing in other market, The,foflowtnf are smear
1 t directed-the peace,Hie order, the protection ruined homes and fortunes. Others have fallen Mustang Liniment, NOTIONS, he principal Article comprising our stock:

: and the advancement of society. upon.the battlc-field,or have been maimedor Is notf opening one of the largest. Stocksof Roger'Syrup, Liverwort ami Tar, .

I should be wanting in duty and gratitude disabled for life. Many'pf them and their McMnnn's Elixcr, BUTTER, .- DRY GOODS..
GOODS offered( in this market .consisting British Oil, CHEESE -
to fellow-citizens have. ever ,
-1' my so confidingly widows of the
families, and the and'prphans Uateman's Drop*, :c.. A.C.- 1000 PIECES spRAGres,
intrusted nw with the executive power of ,dead, are in a state of destitution. '' .' ,Photograph Albums, LARD, MEBRIMACK
the State, were I not to' state -iny views of The Federal Government has magnani- of IJackpsmmon Board,. PORK, ,
:' Constitution the structure Blank Books, FLOUR, : AMERICAN,
0( ur.compiex thrown over the rebel soldier the .
mously '
,, form government, and principles DRY GOODS. IN .EVERY VARIETY.; Wallet*, -, HOMINY, DI1.:1:1r..J -
Ii upon mantle of oblivion for the pastbut no pension 'Jlirrom,
which it is founded;,and should be adminis from Its coffers awaits him or his family, Hair,Tooth. C1.4h,Shat'ing SUGAR. '. .

l.The no "homestead" from its vast territories invites -' DRESS COODS, and Whisk Brushes, &(., *. c COFFEE. r.&JI..auu.

founders of our Republic having achieved them to comfort and To Mississippi t I.OWEL -
their national independence, and finding alone can they look for assistance."Whether .- ARNoLD'
Lnbhi's Extracts, .
"their first experiment of government' under. it was right or wrong to call the WOOL, DELAINES, Night Blooming Ccrens 1 Jacksonville, Fla. RICHMOND, AND OTHER MILLS.
"Articles Confederation; fast falling into' soldier, arms it cannot be wronj* to make Fancy Extracts 1000 PIECES BLEACHED'AND
decay and*contempt, at home arid abroad, such provision for them as will relieve them PRINTS, DOMESTICS, ill ". Colognes, Sept. 1C, 1865.-tf a ,AND SHIRTIXQ.BROWXTICKLVG

from defects common to language, deter- and their families from want and, suffering, AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF! Sozodont, ,Tooth Soaps and Powder, Hair Oils,Seaps. 10 DAUES.08XAB1JRGS.25O '
', mined to change that Federal organization t and secure la ther children the means of edu .Sterling's AIa.brollia"Kcndall's Ambolinc, kr.,&c COME SEE PIECES
AND ..JLL"tu&auPA.crnc
:Ind in its stead 'ordained and established"the ;cation.: Justice and gratitude demand it.- FANCY GOODS -
"Constitution of the United States." Caudle AND IIAMIL1ONDELLIN1.
The Honor and magnanimity will bestow it. TilE 1ST RE OF C. A. CASE 4k CO.,
framers that instrument were wise and From retirement to private life and i G urn Dropc, Sugar and ,Burnt Almonds, Peppermint IIICKOBT, .
long TRIMMINCS, Drop,Lozengw, fce.j.Ar.Stationery. JEWELERS, CORNER BAY.AND OCEAN-STS. I DENIMS,
I : ,;. practical statesmen.: They knew from experience absence from the State for the last four years, X.&RLBOBO"ITJU a

I : weakness leagues, the nature of I: am ignorant of much of her legislative his- BUTTONS Mr.Case,Watchmaker lor George A HICKORY: RT,THE BAL..

-...,, government, and felt the necessity of a Federal tory, nndjieel incompetent to advise fartheras Lotirr, Note and,Foolscap Taper, b has Peck opened daring a the shop past at the sixteen above months mentioned ALPACAS PARAXATTAS, Lr&

Government, its stability and its perpetuity. to the proper domestic. policy rendered I I White and Yellow Envelopes, place. and will be pleased to see MOHAIR,
I They'intended as a "protector" of all necessary bv the altered, distracted, and des- r. )reD, Ink and 10k taodsI'la'lng(':1rtll, &". 'his friends and hopes to give the same MAXOUBKA

: the foreign affairs and some of the domestic I olated condition of the people. To yougen- CLOTH INC. Cnileiy.Raors receive satisfaction his personal in his work attention as heretofore, and he; everything hopes that will an ARMTTBZ CLOTHS ETC

concerns of the people; and to'enible it to tlemen, i is wisclyand safely entrusted this Razor fitrai, Pocket Knive, an 1 f\t'i i!.or*. experience of fifteen years will entitle him to the con- CIIECKs1PANCT AND PLATJf
U achieve thete ends, certain enumerated pow- important duty. Invoking the blessings of GENT'S :FURNISHING GOODS. fidence of the public. A fine stock of all goods in our RICHARDSOX'S IRISH.IJDnDr,
ers and rights were'granted" to it by a Constitution Almighty God upon your labors, I can only t .Tobacco. line will be always on hand and offered at reasonable 8.1' wA.Br8.AsD OTHER-XABZ1
prices. C. A. CASE
I ,.which, for the assurance of those pledge you my cordial co-operation in the CLOTHS Navy, Anderson's Solace and Amulet. J. J. HOLLAND. TABLE DAMASK.1TOwELLIyO,
rights and powers, was declared to be. "the, effort to restore and advance the welfare and Kilhcldniek, Shanghaiand Andcrson m-king To September 16-If. NAPKD"'ZC.,''ETC ETC.
t supreme Jaw of the land;" and :o guard the happiness of the people of Mississippi. CASSIMERES, I bacco. lUDrES AND
I Cigar i of the bet brand GEORGE A. PECK GE5TS ItOnCST CAinXXC.
pv-ople against its usurpations the rights VESTINGS, ,
-- .
-- and Jeweller ,
and powers delegated to it were I'Ipefl.Merseiaurn. I -' -
", Xore Dan?pronli Counterfeit United ,
; .-. "reserved to the'States or to the people." State* Treasury NotC%. I HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND. EXtBROIDEBED
Such of those rights reserved as were not FLANNELS, ETC. Imitation Jlerschaun, 'sale, Gold and Silver Watches aad.Jewelry. '%
t by State Constitutions excepted from the We. have had a counterfeit $20 United Brlcnvood, JEosevrood,Ai-plcwood Clay, ic., Also a good assortment of Spectacles, Stationery, ;FASCT AND StOLLOPER
general HOOTSVNT1) Sl-IOE- biE2ond and Safety Matches. Combs,Brushes. 1'erfumcryToilet Soap,Tooth Brushes
-''. powers of government were reserved to States Treasury Note exhibited to us by 31r. Cutlery,including some of those celebrated Wad.- STRIPED AND CHECKED CAMBRICXAIXSOOK .

} the Stales. Such as were excepted were reserved Wm. 31. Davidson, merchant on Bay street, Including all the new stylcsofI..adies' 3Ii*" LSrjuorM. Syrups.; etc. & Batcher Razors, Razor Straps, Shaving Brushes and :, IIA,.BOOK
to the people. In the exercise of the; which was sent to him in part payment for Brandy, Cups, Pocket Looking Glasses Pocket Books and AND SWISS. PLATUDJoTrxD. ,
; powers and rights granted to the Federal L goods. The counterfeit I is very poorlv exe and Childrens' Fancy Laced, Balmoral and Sherry Wine. twelve Memorandums,hundred I'botograps Albums, holding from rSLI3LJ'ACOYET. <
one pictures Violin Banio
Port Wine,
Government and in those it is cutedand is easily detected by tl1e'coarse Polish varieties. CHA3CBRET8 TARXETOITS.JwUDIES .
only the sovereign Holland Gin, Guitar Strings, Tape Measures,from three to one hun-
power of the land.In the exercise of the quality of the paper on which it is printed, Wh19ke)'. dred leet,Meerschaum Pipes and Segar Holders, Rubber WHITE, BROWN,,XCEED. AND
powers and rights reserved to the States, and i and the miserable engraving, which, with the Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in Blackberry Brandy, Stems, Crochet Needles,Silver Thimbles, &c., AC. BLACK HOSE.GI3TS
We have just received a fine assortment of Gold and
nut excepted by the people, and in those only poor ink used in printing, ought to prevent great variety. Lemon Syrup Vanilla Silver Cane Heads and a lot of those fine Howard WHITE, BROWN, '.liTK; AND
Syrup, "
'. it is sovereign power, within its territorial the most verdant from being taken in by Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrup Watches which give such splendid satisfaction. BLACK'HALF HOSE.
4 limits. In the exercise of the powers them. Bonnet and Belt Ribbons of all Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired on short notice LADIES AND GEXTS: ,'GLQ.TES. '
) and rights excepted from the general This counterfeit is the same which was I.t\ll1t, Oils, etc. and satisfaction guaranteed. Work from the coun-
powersof kinds.UMBRELLASAND try will receive prompt and careful attention. Remem-
government, and those only, the people are noticed by,us some time since, a descriptionof White Lead. ber the place, at the Old Stand of C. D. Oak, on Ocean Furnishing. poods._ Cloths Cassi-
\Vml lt the still which was given at the time. Chrome Green. street. Jolyl '
SO\CJ CI gn. p.-ople retain a Yellow meres. -
residue sovereignty). to themselves, neitherof We have been informed that number of Prussian Blue N egUgee Shlrus,WMto aad Lta
these governments can rightfully exerciseany these notes have been put off on persons in Red and Black Paints WHITE SPRINGS HOTEL. Fancy -
J I-IAIrs AND CAP Hickory,Mixed and.Wool SUrta
pioperly delegated to the other the IListern and Western portions of the city, Linseed OH. Benzine, HAXH.TOX C t'3TT.FLA.
Plaster Pans, Whiting, &(., *c. Paper Collartv: Jeans, Cottonades, Satlnetta -
Upon this three-fold division of power-i is t. not acquainted with money. We learn GLASS CROCKERY, WOODEN AND Window Shade THE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing ta ,JEt .
) '. based the sovereignty of the State and Federal al-" that a number of counterfeit $5's and Liquid Blue, public that be |.5 prepared 'to accommodate .
WILLOWVARE. those seeking a healthful aud pleasant aiination.
Government and both o', are in circulation We have Petroleum LADIES' WZABuehMIIa4ft and
& us.
.: were designed to among Our tables are furnished with the best the market of
'protect the people in their public and private seen none of these latter denominations as Congress Seidlitz Water Powders, the countrr will afford. Fancy 'L1ae..c.l, Triauninc' Rat-

and in their foreign and domestic rights. ;yet, but will endeavor to do so, and give our FURNITURE.PARLOR Citrate of Magnesia, He has comlortable hacks running in connection tons ;.Balmoral, Skirts Etc..

", In view"of the supremacy of the Con readers a description of them. In the mean Extract for making Root Beer, ic., &t'., depot with every, at Welborn.train, between this place and the 'Railroad

stitution of the United States, and the laws: time onr citizens should be on their guard.. Jnpe 10 if W. A.Tl"Rrn, Proprietor. BOOTS AND ;SHOES.
made by Coatrress pursuance th"reol. and Bar. Hep., 2Cti. ROOM July 22.-if. --

in view of the duty imposed on. the President ------ .- AND CHAMBER SETS 100 Caaes Roota and 8b, Ladles,Bal.moratandPoll&hBoota -

t, to see that the laws arc faithfully executed The Keen of Desolation, in Northern R. T. HAZZARD & CO NEW STORE ON THE'BAY". ,.''Women's Sly,

i'-- I have always believed that uo one or Georgia. All of which will be sold cheap. for cash. ,, Kid, foa} & and Laatlnr' *Gent's Calf Sewed"

j more States could Constitutionally sever the The Augusta Constitutionalist of recent COME AND SEE. Pumps Gent's CalT Sewed r.* D. s.Boota .

t; "., ., ties that unite the people of the several States date in a graphic; description of the present Merchants from the interior will do wellto .. ,; Peered, 'and Sewed.' ; hh'Calf

into one people. Yet I am not unmindful. appearance of Atlanta and the surrounding call and examine my stock before purchasing WHOLESALE DEALERS EDEEHI: PRANK & CO., Kid and Patent Leather Shoes,"Congress'

_ i' ." that a different doctrine was taught in the country, so terribly devastated by Gen. Sher an4.t.oft ,Sbo ., ea's sjans,

early stages of our Government, and wa< man's arm says, that the town of Atlanta elsewhere. Next, door to the Daguerrean Artist. Children's Bootees..

maintained'by some of the brightest intellects i is\ bewildering chaos of tumbledown C IGEJPJacsonvihle : -_ IN STAPLE DRY GOODS,, WE HAVE just received direct from New York a JHA.TS'JA.Ps:
r. and most illustrious patriots that adorn our brick walls, newly set up frame Ehantees, : large and varied stock of DRY GOODS and readymade ; : '- .

.* political history. It is to be regretted tLat white tents, pilest-of lumber aid stone, heaps: : October 21-lf.. LIQUORS CLOTHING etc.. which of the we, now best quality offer to;the also purchasing WINES LoAthe .Straw. :Pelt" Slllt .For. Jockey,

this school of politicians could not have of newly arrive merchandise, hurrying, KEIFS BLOCK, BAY STREET, or trading public cheap. Give us a calL Tnrbtm, and otner :Stylos,;Men's Wool

-- found a better mode for solving the question eager crowds of people, with here and there, BURNING OF THE MUSEUM. EDREHL FRANC si CO.Oct.l4t and Felt Hats, Children's Hats.Crock'ery .

than the arbitrament of war. liut the question -I.. more mournful by contrast, some imposing ,tI

( was thus referred, and has been decided edifice and heaven ascending church spire. LETTER FROM MR. BARNUM. JACKSON\LLE. FLA. Southern Pine Lumber. and, Glass','Ware of all

: ragainst us by a tribunal from which there is'l But "resurgam" ia written upon the frontals SEW You July 14, 18W. I! .

no appeaL I. of the gate,city. Her cople are enterprising ].' ,. Herring t Co, : Subscribers solicit consignment of Southern : Kinds.
_.. The people of the Slate of.Missi jppi, acknowledging -I thrifty and indomitable. The same ,- GESTLEMEN-Though the destruction of the American I THE I Lumber, on which they wfll make advance. ,
paper Museum baa proved &serious Iou to myself and and which they will sell afloat.or from .yards. They
the decision, desire to return to says that after leaving that city, going the public, I am happy to verify the old adage that, believe they have the largest yard in the united State. ,Groceries and Provisions. _
;-. .the,Union, and renew their fealty to the Con- I towards Tennessee, for more than a hundred "It's an ill wind'that blows nobody good," and, con and unequaled facilities for the sale lumber.. 600 ,'
Mitution of the United States. It has been I miles there are rifle pits and earth worksevery sequently, congratulate 'yon that your well.known : : WILLSON WATBOUS & CO., 500 barrels half barrels Flour Flouresks

:officially reported from some quarters that fifty yards. Desolation broods over safe have qualities again in an demonstrated ordeal of nnnsual their acverity.superior fireproof GROCERIES'i: ;:: < Corner lit Avenue &Shh.'Street Wall Street 20 Bacon sCO
: New York.BETERUCXa.
our people are insincere :and that the I the whole scene. The has : cub Ham*, (Oneinnatf Saga Cared
spirit. country not yet The safe you made for me some time ago was in the SIIOES1, :_ )
it of revolt rampant among -us. But If un : put on the garniture of peace, but sits like office of the Museum, on the second floor, back part of > :, :.... Broadway Bank,New York. Clark.Sumnsc- It Go. 50 half barrels barrslsFulton Pork. lea and Prime'o
1 ". flinching fidelity in war gives evidence of Niobe the bonding, and In the hottest of the ore. -, .' ; ::: I Mechanics fc Farmer Bank Albany, N. T. lOb-txrebDrieABetf Market' -:Beef. .
After twenty four boars of trial U was found '
among I '
reliable fidelity in peace-if the "YOiceless and tearlessInheyghildless 0 r."f'' ,' 50 baxrsla kalf tanela ad kits of Mackerel
unvarying ,
the debris, and on opening It this day has yielded up HATS .' .... Northern LumberOf
e *
N- 25
,professions that spring from'private and public woe. its content in very good order-books, paper, policies ; : 1 ;.' Vt* Salmon .* ,
No fences-no houses of insurance, bank bills,all In condition for 1 kind for sale Bteks Rio Coffee
sources, furnish any evidence of truth, it no smiling crops.- immediate I every by 600 QCb _
Liverpool Salt
.is sumcientldemonstrated that the Here is once beautiful Marietta, all disfigured use and a noble commentary on' the trustworthinessof WILLSON.WATROUS fc CO- ;100 Iwrrel, .
people I eofleev erad .
cnomltted powdered
Fire-Proof Safes. Avenue 4 30 SU *84 Wall St. New York.
'of the South, who, so long,'and against such'tcrrible.bdds by the smiting hand of ''war.' Yonder Truly yours, .. FLOUR. ,, .. CLARK,SUMNEft ft CO. ,' acd.comaon brown Sugar .
I maintained the mightiest con stands Kennesaw Mountain, its once blooming L- P. T. BABXUM. ": '. Alban1'.lf.,, 63 brrel Molaase.Golden Syrup, fte.

ii' ,. flict'of modern ages, may be Barely trusted, front'all seared and scarred with earth 'I HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES. '. "' .' Oct. 14-1m 300 800: bflxes bvrels Soda Soda Supr..BoataRa4 Sajar. Boston and PUotBi PQotBrsad.d

I. *" when they profess more than willingness to works-and holding at her base hecatombs ,1''flOPE, > ** A Company for the 50 chests half aDd quarter Teaa Oelasa and Hrw*
"' _
I .A .' returntu their allegiance. I of slain. We turn in pain, and vainly, from Tht molt reliable protection f row Jire now.known ,Xpund.sCDd7.Itkkand: .. "
I South these sad pictures UEBKDTO & Co.'s .PATEXT Bisuaa' SAFES :with I I.' .
The having ventured all upon the to find some relief. SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Herring& Floyd's Patent Cryitalized troD, the best -
arbitrament of the sword has lost all save What a terrible commentary upon the security against a burglar's drill ever manufactured. COTTON BAGGING, II undersigned having associated themselves :With Wines I .'and Liquors.

: .' her bon r; and now accepts the result in fierceness and protractedntss of the campaign HERRING t CO.. THE H. Quincy/of New Ydr*.under the style! and .
good faith. It is cur duty to address, Johnston and Sherman-Is the face of the No. 251.flroadway. corner Murray St., New 'York.FARBEL title of -' 4 l b"OJd: Keatneky WWsky
our; '
; HERRING & 00., Philadelphia. WIXK8,..LIQUORS, Ac.Ca.li I lOO bbls.; old Bo rl oaWUsr
__._jselvcsjto the promotion of peace and 'order ; whole country. How bitter the contest- HERRING & CO.. Chicago. "Sodthero. Eeal Eli i. and ZmirratioJco.9;P 100 bblc. old Cabinet Extra n.
to the restoration oflawthe; faith oft1Je Con- how terrific the struggle, that Inch by inch] Oct. 21-3m ,. 100 bbl*. oULCocaa.* Brandy

.':. : st1tutionund the, stability and, prosperity; of and step 'by step was waged for more than a -- t,_ or Goods paid for "Cotton" at the tprice. I I For the. purpose of selling r 25 50 bblm old Caiawtw. Brandy.
Pipe* o1d'U fladl
the Union ; to cultivate amicable: relations hundred miles through these: one, peaceful XOTICEBEMOVAL.THE .. Real Estate and aiding Emigration, 300 Caaea Bno'.1A Port
with sister i and valleys and pleasant i I P
our States establish our plains ; nder1*.
agricultural "STJBSCRIBERSHAVE their services
Here-and REMOVED THEIR r Offer to all in Georgia asd.Florid*.
: and commcrciil prosperity upon there you can observe occasional I' stock goods'from store,,No. BayStreet, to who may desire to sen this kind of property and aU 1: Sherry
more durable foundations-trusting that the 'evidences of the revival of trade, and notice Wells*'Auction more, where they may be found for a such calling upon ns, are requested to give .fun and Claret
: f* lessons taught by the rebellion vim ',not be an unfrcquenf.plow ; but this is the excep' short time only,as they are determined. f close out IIAZZARD; A CO. lair descriptions lands. Santeme.
tion not the their entire stock of.goods, within "the"neat".twenty Those who wish to purchase will do well to'gir.. ns .? aad.other.Winea.
the North rule. It
; lost either to or the South ; that seems Impossible for days, regardless of cost. .Country merchants sutlers a call as we have several '
I freemen, once enlightened, rill not submit those once thriving, hard workingknd prosperous and traders would do well to call and examine the following Itelllbertf Cotton Farms and TIN WARE
'. ,Wi 4kwrong or injustice ; that sectional aggres- North Georgians to recover from the list of articles, as they will be sold cheap forcash. .:. I Large bodies ofTurpentine :

Vlon will meet with sectional. resistance, and stupefying blight and sad effects of the war. I/" and Timbered Lands '. .OF
? Ladies and Gent's Shoes, Boots. Shirts, Stationery, .
: l' ., /hat the price of political perfidy i? blood There is a population in and on the sub Playing Cards, Cloths; Tailor's Trimmings, Shoulder FURNITURE FOR SALE.A In Georida'tnd Florida in the Interior, and upon

: 0 ndcarnagc. 4? urbs of this city whose condition is such as Straps for the Army and,Navy, Hardware, Tinware the River St. Johns St. Mary..and Satin. 'entrusted IIi1IYDESCIO.' -
: *, to enlist the Crockery' Cigars Tobacqp, Butter,,'Cheese, Stoves to our disposal. -
: The State of Mississippi has already un- sympathies of all good people, LARGE ,
1- ,", .--v. ',,, 4.der the pressure of the result of the war, by and for whom something shoulff be done. It Stovepipe Watr Apparatus, Canned Goo3s for bottling, Sales, Yankee Notions, Business,Soda .B-H.UEKE.C.P.JONES '} Tbom.nlUe,Ga. 'Hard Ware and:> arm. *& L

-her own*ojcnm act, abolished slavery. It.. consists of families who have been strippedof 1 Wagons-new and second hand. Photojrraphie purposes Stock, OIT FURNITURE, j I R.J'. lLOYD. NiilT411 ,

;;. t would be hypocrital and unprofitable to attempt everything and whose male members went Ambrotype Cases, Flab Hooks and Llcfes &c. &c. JUST RECEIVED: ::CONSIGNMENT]rAT Oct -tf' Jacksonville,FU ,1" -,
... to persuade the world that she had into? the.war and ,have never .returned. On C.W;DENNIS A CO. TB4CE-C1L4.INS- I -
- J r
.. ': 't. -q done wUltng1)- It Is due, however; ) to the; blackened ruins:of their "once happy; Xo.4, Merchants'. And at Row Well's, Hilton Auction Head Store, S.,C, WELLS'AirCTION, COMMISSION' STORE, LIME', ; ,LiuE, LIME', LIME ti" g STEEL' CORN!MILLS .

( '% her honor, to show by her future course that,:homesunder sheds and tents that furnish hut Oct 7tb 18C5-tf BayStreet, Jacksonville, Fla. COXSUTTXQ OF'A rTIJ. VAKIITT.OF {[ Sale,quantities. to suit purchaaeis l1Y 'CORN' 8HELLERSrCDO3D

-----4 '.' she has done so in good faith, and that slavery 'Jitlle protection from thcstonn'tbcy: imply -- Tables and'Chairs,.double and single Cottage Bed.1 f Fla.,.April.20- 186&. H. T, 'koT.Fernandlna 'i'- ows '

,. ,shall never again exist within ,her bor- exist and snch an existence 'NOTICE. ',of every style, 'Enameled Chamber FUrniJ J ;" : _
tiers under whatever IX week alter date trill_ ture;Looking Glasses, cne hundred double and single I ---' SA JRQNS
name or disguise it 4 U we apply to the Acting J I l ,
Mattresses, Lounge beds, wash stands, Ac., to Ac. [ MRS., M. WEIR
) Judge of Probate of Dual
il County,State
IS be The sudden of FIo I.di I.
: attempted. Wno L
may -emancipation HAVE BEEN' StnORDINATE.TherIs C My ordert are to clog the above consignment Immediately I. : aBnDTQNESc.
for .
letters of Administration t .
the I.
of her'slaves has devolved upon her the hardly an instance to be found throughout Holme", bite of said county ou deceased.Estate"of Alex.ander ,either at Private or'Public sale. The public> n ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladle*of Jacksonville, .
*': are respectfully,invited to call and examine the stock I II she will givo: lessons on PIANO and SPANISH -
: : hIghest responsibilities and duties. Several the whole war of military insubordination or JOHN PRICE. andi.secure a great bargain at J GUITAR, at her residence on Forsyth street, between t Oa w.'
,,: hundred thousand of the negro raceunflttcdf" contempt of the.civil, authorities by an edt MARY JANE MORRIS. '. "WELLS' Auction and Commission Store, Washington and Adams, house..formerly occupied by

for political. equality. with tW whIte :race, cated' military, offlcer. Grant J Sherman, September2-Cwp- ,'September9-tf'. Bay-street., I Mr. N. C. Dennett ,OFALLKIND&$17.EI.
-- instructed
Ladlcajwill be with in
have been turned looe upon 'sOcicty'and, Thom srcerel1l1n; Buell,tee,Johnson-all] ,NOTICE. I : Composition,' &. The strictest great attention care Harmony.given' to
: In the guardianship she may assume over leading generals North and' South have been FOR SAL i children particularly, thai they acquire no bad habit. ; E
,, ,. this,race, she must dealjustlywlih Jhem,and noted for their absolute; subordination'to the OIX WEEKS AFTER DATE WE WILL ,APPLY, TO I infl nfin Acres Land, in tracts from one bun receive no superficial Instruction but are token 4
.j them In all p ,the Honorable Judge of Probate of Dan Connty, J U U f U U U dred to ten thousand acres embracing .I through the whole harmonic circle and taught to read t:
protect theIrrlght.s.otperson and ruling powerX On the' other hand those OF
t J : Fla., for Letters of administration on, the estate ,of some of the moat valuable plantations in Middle Flori L- the PIANO as they would a book. 'Mrs. Weir invite" I EVERY VARIETYaMaw
"' :.. property. who have showiftbC least 'regard for the re-- Elita Baldwin late of said county, deceased I 'da,'on many of them the stock, crops,'.. ... win be .the attention of the ladlej especially those who understand
-t .< .. The highest I degree of elevation J in tli'ii strainits'of. ,civil J authority.hay been, _in every A. S. BALDWIN.' .. sold'With thm; there'are also. .fine. bodies of. timber music ; for she feels assured that they will moat; W
.:: scale of civilization to which they are capable -. instance. lawyers :Stantoni Holt, ,Butler, September 30 \VM. L. BALDWIN, and Valuable turpentine land: readily appreciate her method of Instruction OO
e-w busineis and ldeneeJota' Oct. 28.
,'y morallr and Intellectually! must bet! secured Schenck, Carrington. and Wallace,.are all] Improved. -' .- ,ia thla. city, : 1m. '
:"f: to'them by their education and religious -, lawyers.' ,Eaeh of these have come out of! the NOTICE. ndunlmpmve&L.H.McCORMIClC. ,Agent! 3ARmAOE'DtrThL-YoUNG8 3000 BASKETS, from one quart to three
.,, :;,-t' _:-" training, but they cannot be admitted, to' wlthout,.any'military'. reputation, ,and daya after data I w ill make, 'application to JackJoBTtU..ept.. 80-8m : Ill ,LOGICAL WORK. of every. one GREAT his own PHYSIO-Doctor; buihe. ., ; ,
',;1 *. 'f political or social equality with the: white each have been coneplcous for the 'utter disregard THIRTY Judge of Probate Duval County, Flal:, I: .' -Being a Private Instructor for Married ,Persons or F : STATIONERY.INKS -
; ;'. : race. It Is dec to oureelrea .-to the white of all legal, and civil restraints.:'Sound for leave to sell a portion of the real estate. .of J. p.? LAGENC'2', those about to Many, both Mile and Female, Jn everything $ .., ,,
'J ; "1" Belknap deceased"i concerning the phyaioloiy and relation of oar, :- .
invited oirshores-aiid should .
emigrant to
j lltfi' ". ,-
: A. A. : Sexual System, and the Production lot Prevention t T
M. MOORE, Admr. McCORMtCK. ; o:| .1.
,J.- e4.v) never be forgotten-to maintain thy fact that ; : "
""'" Oct.31-41 Jacksonville, Fla. Offspring,including all-the new discoveries never be INKS 1.. .
.;:: ) burs is and shall.ever.be' At,Government of The President and the Georgia Couvcn. !_ FOR-THE SALlf,PURCHASE fore given ia the English language by WnuToung.D., :

.it' ,: ',' : white wen.. The:purity anil progress of both v ,? lion. .son 'L, ._" ,.:AGENT of Lands,in Florida.,, ,Dv It i*This written ia really in a valuable and fox' Interesting the ". ,IPENS,AND PENCILS,, I

.. t '' m '" races require that ClEW must ,bo maintained! Several members having, been elected to ALL person Indebted to the estate of J. P. .Belknap.p ,Address-.' Jacksonville*Fla: .- and Is.illustrated plain with language tqw.Na'of, general hundred reader engravings. ,: s j; ,ENVELOPES .

.. and Intel-carriage iKtivceu the races be forbidden the Georgia Convention who were ..excluded of Dna County deceased'are requested to August 26 8mp AU yonnf married people.*of thOMJCOQteapl. *. i STATIONERS.GmtETC-
\ -v-, ,. JDscegcnation must be the work and from the Johnson wrote make,'immediate 'p.rmeDaD4 all"-persona having 'DlfiJSOLTJTJON. ting marriage IUd ,having ;the. least; impediment to
atencsty, Governor claim against said estate are'reque te4 to present the ::OF Co-PABT.NEB8IUP. married-Ufe. should, read this book.. It discloses mE I .-t"aT"
secrets ) C
'taste of other crimes and other "people. to President. and received the"following seine properly authenticated to the undersIgned with ''JBI} flrnf of J4 ISo ; & WARROCK-ws dissolved that every one should bo acquainted'withr '8111 : . 1;', .:.' 1" I'Of' .
Jj T ,certain protection.against pauperism and "WABinsGTOX October 18 186 .- pleaded. In bar of their recovery. : Zkson'w1thdrawingfrom-tb.1rin The boriness the house. It will be sent to any one on .;:receipt of D ucs ,
,' A. M. 1100RE, Adror. will be condecte hereafter by'tie pndertigned, who,' Fifty Cents.' Address Dr. ,WM. "-YOUNG. lto.2i a.
.'crimes of both xacea. The negro peculiar. GovernoYX Johnson i Y ur'lettcr, r the Oct. 21-3-t Jacksonville, FU.NOTICE. I.' thankful for the past patronage Iieitow6bpon the firm I, Spruce Street. abort!. un!PhflsdelphlsvSPECTACLES. ." LL4STAPLEDRUG&gH.HAND.

: t 33' !:? :Jlyndanfcd to cultivation of ihS great eta- 7tu'jras:.received.: Send a J list of the members I < ,. -'' hope. still1 to merit. 1"a, continuance' .. .of'the sane. ,8ett' &$ .cm. i d-. J .' .., .1 ...
ri of thc'S i.1th. He should be encouragedto 'elected,the Convention In that ,.. Oct; T, IMS. 'L'W: A.RROCJr.T. '
pies \ 'order ,
pardons .' -.___. : : f' ;.ADDLR'kStirrups
= "
engas6 nt once In their production, by assurances !"may be issued and 'the: amnesty' oath oil WEEKS' .iFTD"DAn t WILL' APPLY ro'' -. ,' : .Y' Tl 1'' : "( rJ"r.X ., ..

of protection against,tho%avarice, mey be obtained by the members I I O the Act'g Judge Probate for Daval county, (or JoBPRINTINC, flLD EYES JIADE NEW'.WITHOUT fiPECTACIJES; .. ,.;f :'- r _..._-_
cupidity and injustice of his employer. He "W. HUNTER, Acting Secretary." letters of Administration on the estate of Cornelius NEATLYEXECUTEDATTHtf1 UOoctor*Medicine. 'Patnpbtet1l\anecU r* on r* "., i PT**".*, -<-..,." rtaLi'"w--J .. .'. '.
:, .' is free to choose lib labor, and to make bs! Thirty-four members arc already elected I West *lie of said county, deceased. L OFFICE 130 ceipt Broadway of ten cents., New Address York, E. B. FOOTE M. D., No.I: Span _. ,

:1: ". own bargain. But I"C should be required to who require pardon. Oct. 1f, 18M-6-w WINNCY WEST. Oct. 28, IKS.-8t. Jae sonTlIle. November 4lf'if .
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