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: December 9, 1865
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00034
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Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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William J Barth $140.
J1'It wer&u ODe cSollar for f'adl.Qbeequnt Inser- ," ,.' Calahan to"Tdtters Hill., 'Gtcrccepte& to'

dIiI.Anna1 dnrtion made to permanent advertlaen .. John W4 Price, :f4OO' .i:. -'

I JO13PRINTING&ndpromptyextcuted. Campbelton to Genera -Alkr accepted to

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II etery > .: :Enterprise .KeTr"-6myrnaf accepted to

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&JC'ItYIKG: FOBWARDKO MD3LEEcIIANTS co1fViQ. ON' DUECTTALAW.AN Sz it n4-be t.it.b .- <- __ __ -_- -- ," H. West,six.umaee; $375.,
1 board ofcommtuionerw That ,the 14 marshal I sSt An Mine 10'RcolJUa- cod toD..
AC? unde the of the district shall be unable,either '
by him jill
direction '
For the President maT be of the self or by aE5.L. -I B.' .pm $280. ,* '&
deputy to IJU1On
WUOLLALE.XD RETAIL DEALERS 7A"J1ERCIIAXDIHE Collection of Direct said 1&nda : 1Date&4 of issaIng execute inch writ or in case there ,
Insurrectionary. Districts Taxes Ita Tested In toe United States the ahaa be ao marshal of tile United States within th.said PiiROLE OF- THE ItwflbeseenbytheaboTethatof'thefi1 '
Tided as above CREW.
GENERA L 1 United HtaK and far other wJ&bJ.a the,' be IUbdirided to cause the saute,''or .any portion tbereo4 pro.to' district at the time of the issuing of said writ the same ty.foafJ' adTertiscd In Florida the De- .

ctObtr 28 Jacksonville, Tlorlaa.. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of.P1U' bnndredjuid twenty azul sold in parcels not 10 exceed three specially may be executed and. returned bye fit person to be [From, the. Liverpool '.November 9th.] rua.ptrneiicuuld accept but six" tinder tbeprb* '
: taUTes or the United 8\&tea of Z5pP. .: public acres 10 any one purchaser at appointed by tbe said board of ,tax eommls-. .
That America JD Conciee. isle after giving due notice sianers for the purpose which appointment shall be The Government have at. posals offered. I
when Msembled in
)SL" au& J. .mu In the ale thereof length taken
L QT stab ot other saup u a
ji ADy portion ilf or tenuory.0 la public lands of the United and indorsed. ill, the said .writ :Provided decided The following postmasters have
P.c. unll' c.CAIoOT, A. any state or terrcey by ahty days and to Jane Sates 1br That where the lands : step in regard to the crew of this vesseL been ap-
I'eUOQ or
Of "ftta teneneats -
B1lrreetion j. **" ao sold shall
-- 01'rebeIUonthe civil authoriSJ'of the at any neb ale, any' loyal therefor andlhatonefourtfi time of nell sale,be occupied\ ,at For the last two days the authorities in poInt : ,
.eat of the U. Slates Ia coYern.. States citizen or the United 'by On, United States I
WM.' oJEFFREYS .pf the ad entitled"An obetructed.1O that the PI'OTi.iODl h bdentioD or any person who shall haTe declared on oath authorities for hospital or otherpqrpovea, the issuing Liverpool have been in communication with Little River, Columbia J&3.JT. MciLUra.
i soeh
act '
eo writ
become shall
re venue from imports to pay 'intenit provide lCre&.IIIIr ha.e fMtbfuiy such or anT penoon who shall and the, be suspended during:such occupancy the Secretary of State in reference to the detention Gainesville,Alachoa,John T Mathews.
debt and lor otter on the public BeTTed as an ocer-musician purchaser or purchasers of_ch land or tene- Milton Santa. JY. '
Tate or Rosa W.Pptler.
IOJdier pn. oftheth1pand
Merchant or aaIlOJ' ments shall be
Commission proved Attustfir in the eutitled to and crew. The
e1 teen bandredan4l ., service army or naT or marine receive such rent or com. government .
,for or the Uuited pensation for .Lake'Cl&y ColudJones.
and eo11ecttug the direct aa&easinr.le\11Dg. for the States as a regular or volunteer the use of such lands or tenements as the seem to have been decided as to the ,
term ,
not be peaceably tuea\ mentioned, GUl- of three month& may berome the Secretary' of the Treasury under regulations prescribed necessity of retaining the vessel Apalachicola, Franklin E Keilma) D ggt"-
JACKSONVILLE executed the aaid directtaxesby ;and It upon such ale J7tU"cwer by him shall order or direct. ; pending an I 1
said met apportioned among the several state i army or navy or marine any person serving In the "- 8KV 2. And be itfwtker emoried inquiry as to the acuon which her cowman Mariana,Jackson Mws Thomaa, S '
ri toifta,respectively, shall be and ler.I Of the purchase corps shall pay partinwhlchto allowed for the That after the time der and erew 1' Quincy, Gadsden, David JI..WUsotiw
jIIiNELINDIflBLE in each state and apportioned and charged Cd'he money. a eertidcate shall be given him. redemption of any lands or tenements havetakenfluring the last few .
Civil author!V i.ton.territory Obszruct or part thereot trherelnthB pay the shall UTe the lenD of three>ears I which have been or snail be sold by a''board of tax months, but thero seems to 'have been some -

and Iota of ground situate ;: upon all] the 1aDdt of Indebtedness remabder either In mosey or in wsrUncates commissioners shall have passed and after the porcbasemoDey .' doubt as to th proper course to adopt with The LateOntrage_ byNegroa ortlae RI,.
therein from the shall have
Commission Merchant eept such as are exempt from respectively ox- of the United United States: and any citizen is authorized been folly paid the President reference the jo PlaafaUeDa"
taxation &atea and men on board. On
aid state of the Djrthe laws of or any person who ahall declared required to cause a patent or patent I inquiry
or United States,aa the said his intention to become to be issued to any such at the Custom House The perpetrators of the Mr.j
lola ts ground were ei lands or *family such being the head of fide person may be the bona yesterday morning, w outrage on .
Jacksonville, Flarroda st susesirnent and vuoation imorated thereof and rained under the laid lands and are redding situate in the State or district where 'lands purchaser tenements, owner l ,assignee or transferee f&snch wee informed that the authorities here had I G.Holiclaw, Green county w o.npon vis
made under
authority of said under the not the owner of other and by virtue of *ny.,certi not received iting Izard's
linda "T
state farther
or ficate of instructions plantation to the
may laDder recover
territory previonn such rules sale or under and as to the .body
to by virtue of
the as
advance in first m be
purchased, Cash or a1 established any assignment
supplies day January, anno Domml eighteen hundred Aid board of by or transfer of aoch certificate vessel.or her crew. However : of his son killed in an at that
,ii&deooon81nu9tto C. B. Dibble,2ew Yoik.JL. sixty: one; and each and and upon and have the right to enter of ;.11 Provided That in case about 6 o'clock engagement
according to said valuation every parcel of the said linda lands aa acquire the rights of jre-emptiou"lD' neb an assignment or traafer of a certificate of sale the last.night a telegram was received from gov- place duringthe seige tjavannah, WEA
is be person for
-' may applying such
T>y virtue of this act.charged with hereby the declared to be. S.ateI. and aa may unimproved be selected au proof to the Commissioner patent of the shall General give satisfactory ernment.by Captain ,ofHerMajesty'i; robbed and threatened with hi*,life i by the t
ofso by said Land
WARROCK; much of the whole tax laid and apportioned by saidact 1Di 00en. under the direction of the President board of com of the preceding tranfers'orasigiimenu. ship Donegal. whom the Shenandoah negroes o"(that place,arrived in.the city last

AUCTIOXEEB A2fD :GESEBAUCommission I pon pactively the state sitaate or territory wherein the same is tts-' time-BEe.to time,for meh purpose. from. -: % 6eil/lItf1aJtJItJded'Thata majority of sprrendered, that, the'whole ,of the"oftlcers .evening, and gave themselves'up to the Fro g.
as shall 12.
bear a o
I the llbet a eftax .
same direct further commissioners'
Merchant tion to the whole amount of the direct tax apportioned.Propor. of said lessee and sales-shall enarted.be That the proeeeda -,' to transact all business and perform shan have an 4etiei-fun authority nd,crew who.were;not British subjects were "oat.

,r to said state or territory as the value ofcsaid parcels of treasury of the United States, one-fourth paid of into the oy law to be performed by such board,and no reqaired to be imJ Utely-paroted .,Captam' P&yn-. "- Itt"m.be.remem lb\i
BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE. 7LA. land the real shall estate respectively in bear to the wtte valuation of shall be paid over to the governor of said state wherein -' ings .f any board of tax conmioloners shail be void or' ter immediately proceeded to the Rock Ferry ofthe 'a<lr, pubiiioed'ra tliej j .'I'n". _
said said invalid
lands in
-- -- oCONSIQNMENTS- state or territory according to are aiteated, or hia authorized consequence of tHe>absence of any one 'lof slip and applied for Tuesday lost. ata.tetUW detachment
the said assessment and valuation made under the when such insurrection shall be agent. Said commissioners. no, ._ a steamboat._ we of
BOUCITED.WO thority of tbe same; and in addition.thereto a au people shall elect a legislature and put State down and the. 8 J.4. And be further enacted;That ,sue xtocK'rerry steamer' Bee was I piacea troops had been promptly ordered out by

purchase for parties in the country an articles of fifty per centum of said tax shall be charged. penalty there- ahiai take an oath to support the Constitution officers of who the tor (being a loyal citizen of the United States any Hen from credi,the I at his disposal by Mr.,Thwaites in which he CoL SIckleS of the Freedmen's Bureau ap
the United
Jsekonvill they wish Fla.at lowest market price.Oct. 28 on.Sic.. '*. And be It farther i-reeident States, for,the and such fact shall be proclaimed by the friendly commencement nation who of this shall rebellion or alien subject of a immediately proceeded alongside the She-: pre hend the-negroes engaged in the outrage
-ly enacted. That of not have
on purpose taken :
the first day of July next, the President by or his before citizens of said State or for such reimbursing other the loyal the United States in this rebellion) of a pan against nandoab. Captain Paynter went on board on Mr. Holtzdaw. It appealS,,that on the,

T. E. BCCKJdAX.COMMISSION clamation,shall declare in. what states and parts pro.of SUM may direct and one-fourth shall purpose also be a*paid said lands or tenements shall have been sold person by a board whose of r and communicated to the officers the object; approach of the troops the guilty,parties fled,

.J.\.CKrsON1 FLA. states several said lots insurrection exists and thereupon the aaid or Over 10 aid State as a fund to aid in the colonization tax commissioners and not redeemed, shall after the ofl YisiL The crew was ;mustered on.the and although some negroes were Arrested and

4 orpaicelof land shall become charged emigration tram' naid State of any free person of Af period of redemption has elapsed be entitled to pay. qaarter-deck by the officers of brought into city 'these
respectively with their respective portions of said 41 rican descent who may desire to" ment oat of the ballance of the proceeds of sale the ship the yesterday, were not
remove of such
DEALER red tax and the same together with the penalty shall to B.iytJ, Liberia, or any other tropical State therefrom colo- lands and tenements after the same shall have been roll-book was brought, and.the names of the i .principle offenders Upon information

, IS be a lien thereon without any. other or f furJierproceedf ny.SEC. or paid I ff.TS\the Treuuayot. -- *-tA- TT---tvkj.-> "STJb_."_. VI- UiI'.Sa._ I men called out as they occurred. As each L received from them however second party

LrE: TIMBER. CEDAR, MILL LOOS Src.'Wh&tenr.'X. And be it further records. 13.of And be H further enacted That in cane the such amount cf his lien after,if the a sumdant sum shall be left for man answered to his name he was asked L was sent,out, which resulted.in" the ,negroes'
assessment and purpose of
enacted. That aQ
SHINGLES LATHS tC., lawful for the owner or owners of said lots it or shall paresis be mentioned in the first section valuation of this of act the shall lots be of land United states together with payment the costs and claims expense of the of F i what countryman ,be, .was. In. not one instance charged with the outrage upon pfr. Holtz-

ALSO IN o f land within sixty days after the tax commissioners stroyed concealed.or lost, BO as not to come within de sale, and the payment of all prior leins,< under such did any of them acknowledge ,to be claw coming voluntarily to the city yester-'

Saw Mill Maohiinery. tax herein, thus named charged shall have the fixed the amount, to pay the the they possession shall be of the said boards of commiuionen. of rules his and right regulations anILe aud after exhibiting. such 'proof British subjects., Many ,nations were represented day, and delivering up themselves .to the authorities. -
upon same respectively into tile authorized to take evidence secretary of the Treasury shall I
the or to of the same, among them but the claim- They were locked : last night
OcL28-Jn, Jacksonville Fla. treasury of United States or to the commissioners value and assess the same in their prescribe. majority up
herein appointed and npon such own judgment SEC. 6. And be ed tobe' natives of the Southern for sale keeping.and will examined
take a certificata thereof by vir evidence as may appear before them itfurUeer tnlldtd.That each board of States ot L be by-
CALDWELL & SORBIS tae whereof the said lands shall be discharged from no mistake in the valuation of the same, or iu; the tax commissioners shall file in the department of the America, "Southern citizens." Several.oi Cot Sickles to-day. '

said tax. amount of tax thereon,shall in any manner whatever, treasury a transcript of its proceedings frsn time to those however who purported be A Ilen- 'The 'negroes admit that they drove Mr.
Sac: 4. And be it affect the time the said .
further as
scrctSsons TO BREWER ft CALDWELL enacted, That the title of validity of the sale of the proceedings shall occur, .tud
same or of '
in, and to each and every piece or parcel of land upon the proceedings preliminary thereto. any of tell of all orders resolutions documents, aud cans, had an unmistakably Scotch accent, Holtzclaw away, and that they took, his pistol

CPTTOS FACTORS AND GEXZEVL COMMISSION which said tax has not been paid aa above provided, 8**. M. And be it farther enacted That the said drafts,plates, aud maps of surveys, made or issued papers by and seemed more likely to have "hailed1* from him, which they. attempt to justify

hail thereupon become forfeited to the United States tax commissioners shall keep a book or books.in which them, and as often and under such regulations as the, from the banks of the Clyde than the Missis by the alleged conduct of Mr. H.s But they
a upon the sale hereinafter they shall enter or secretary of the Treasury shall
provided cause to be
for shall prescribe and
vest entered. the ;
in the United States or in the purchasers at soch sale quota of said direct tax assessed on each amount or Of any of such orders, resolution,documents copies I sippi. Captain Paynter informed the men stoutly deny that they' robbed him or took
tract ,
20 Old Slip, Aew Torx in fee simple free arid discharged from all prior liens eel of land : which said amounts shall be distinctly or par- or proceedings, duly certified to-be full i and papers correct that by orderof, the Government they were any money from any of the party.! The story

encumbrances right title and claim whatsoever. stated in the advertisement, or notice copies, under the hand of the said all paroled and as they tell it is
j. ciu vxLL. I a. &. n. SBC.. with of sale together secretary or 'il t might proceed, at once on I greatly at variance with
6. And be it farther a the officer
enacted. That description of the having custody of
tract tho"said
the Presi to be sold and an transcript and I shore. This the statements of Mr Holtzclaw.
intelligence .
AQrutS 6m dent of the Uniu-d States by and with the advice and s-iall be made in said book or books of each tract entry duplicate, under the seal of the treasury shall be evi. was received by the i .
consent of the senate,may appoint a board of three together with the name of the purchaser, and the sold deuce with the same effect as the originals.SEC. men with every demonstration of joy, and I That gentleman is hot at present in the

;- tax comnussoioners for each of said states in which for which the same may have been sold. A transcript sum r 6.,And be it further enacted,Tim the .expenses I they seemed to be delighted at the prospect city-havilJg'retarned tolls home' in Greencounty

CHAN. A..F FAIRCHILD, and such dollars insurrection each exists;with a salary of three thous or said transcripts of said book, or books, duly verified by of caused tax commissioners by or incident to the proceedings of any board L leaving the craft in which they had hoped I ; immediately on the:: re, overy of the
com-iuMionen. be
per annum. to give and said paid the
.security in the books when said by commission '
sum of fifty thousand dollars lion shall commis' of the to be able tn assist the Southern Confedera cody of his son, wiuclkhe effected' under the
DEALER IN each io such form as the expire shall be filed in the office of the See- era out proceeds of the sales which have been or,
SEVERAL MESCHANDI8E DRY secretary of the treasury shall direct and to be ap retary of the Treasury of the United States, and said shall be made by them of any lands or tenements i cy. They commenced to pack up their bedding protection of the first party nt out ,by Col.oicklesV .

GOODS proved by him for the faithful performance of all their books and transcripts aiid copies of said books and Provided/however. That the.bills of such .expenses and other articles as fast as possible and I A: ;full examination of this.remarkable
GROCERIES, HARDWARE,ETC. ETC. duties as such and to account for and pay transcripts doly certified by the Secretary shall be first submitted to and approved by the secre them
over, all moneys and to her property. com. Treasury, shall be evidence in any court in the of the tar of the Treasury;' conveyed on board the Bee, which was case is to be made to-day by the Freedmcn's -
United '
Street lug to their hands Provided States. The said etc 7. And be to take them to the landing Bareau.- -Sa 2nn Hera 24th /
Bay JadaanwttU, Fla. : That said commisaiontrs commissioner may employ clerk itftaUur enacted That in any ,case in stage. _inDisposition .
shall not receive pay under the provisions of whose compensation shall be twelve hundred dollars I which lands shaH be redeemed after sale made-by the Before the .
ORDERS PROMPTLY,ATTENDED TO this act until they shall have entered upon the dis per annum board of commissioners,and after the money received leaving vessel however, they -

charge of their duties. SBC. 15. And be it further enacted That the thir by them on kale of such lauds has been paid into the gave three lusty cheers for.Captain Wad- No to, Dictate.

September 9 6ac.'G. And be it further enactedvThat the said I teenth section of tbe act of August fifth eighteen han treasury by the owner complying with all the provisions dell, their late commander. Captain Waddell The Presideritln. bis recent d dispatch to
board of tax commissioner shall enter the discharge dred and sixty-one entitled "An of law relating to redemption .
upon act to necessary to be in
provide in. terms
B. B. A fDmrws,- of the duties of their office whenever the commanding creased revenue from imports tqppay Interest on the, complied with on his part;tbe said board shall certify ,acknowledged the compliment Governor Humphreys"of Mississippi i says:

ATTOBXEY AND general of the forces of the United States en. public debt and for other purposes"shall be so con. to the secretary of the Treasury the fact that such lands and said that he hoped the men I Fhe
COUN6W.l.BATMW. tering into such strocted as not have been redeemed the would behave Mississippi may reel well
any insurrectionary States or district to exempt from taxation property above ; amount of the always themselves as brave
JACKSONVILLE FLA. shall have established> military authority of the the value of five hundred dollars bat to exempt from money paid by the purchaser and when the purchasej sailors ought to do. The men then Vent assured that there Is'no disposition to act

United States throughout any parish or district or taxation property of the valne of five hundred dollars chase money was paid;together with such other circumstances board the Bee and on arbitrarily on the'part of the Government or

Block Provost JTanhaft. county of tbe same and they shall open one or more or less,owned by.individual,notwithstanding the as the secretary by,general regulation or 'were'conveyed to the to dictate what action should be
Ofre-Hoeg's over offices for the visions pro landing taken; bat
transaction business. ., of said act. special instructions lbs 1 require and the secretary, on place. Thus separated the Shenandoah
Sept. tf I Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the said Su:. 16. And be it further enacted That thin act I being satisfied that the lands have been duly redeemed and her crew, and the vessel now tides oh the contrary to simply and kindly advise
-_ I board of commissioners shall be required ia case the shall take effect from and after its passage shall repay,by draft drawn on the treasury of'the at anchor in the in a policy that is believed will result in restoring --

FRANCIS I. WHEATON i taxes charged upon the said lots and parcels of land I Approved, June 7,1862. United states Ute said purchaser the principal '.and interest -' Sloyne charge of some all the relations which should 'exist .between
shall not be paid as provided for in the third section of I of the said purchase-money; and the purchaser men from the Donegal, under the command

i 01' 'noUD 1'0&':.'.: this act to cause the same to be advertised for sale in a i OUFTCB XXI. shall forthwith deliver possession to the owner so' re .Lieutenant Cheek.- the States comprising the Federal
newspaper published ia the tows.'parish district I deeming aforesaid Provided Un ion.' It is hoped that
: they
:r An Act to however. That no wlllappreci.ste
1 ed thepractibe of Law. -Office corner ofad r where situate and if there be amend an Act entitled "An Act for the col Shan be entitled The,arrival of the late crewVof Shenandoah
county such owner to redeem
; jpo lection of unless, in addition and feel the suggestion herein
fl tA Market streets. Atoo,Agent ttot Oi* newapaI Direct Taxes in 'Insurrectionary Districts ma4 e,lor they
per published in said county,or lithe the oath prescribed existing laws he shall, at the landing caused '
: ,. within the United States and for swear stage -no' small are offered ln'that spirit which,
(a.lEataU' .. refuse : other should
.l"ju4 .
P91: ; to publish the same :tttnto &a7 tiiBr jiews- that he has not\ -part with the insurgents in the stir.! People! pervade
,_J ', 'v 'I "' r." t..tt." paperto be selected oy said commissioners in said di I- i i two.approved June seven,eighteen hundred and sixty, present rebellion. or in any way given ''them aid or of were surprised to see the land the bosom'of afl.those who desire peace

r' 1 .1-W'-Ijfl,. .fo-.J.." htrt1ff'tbedt ': a enacted como and shall satkstr the borad of commissioners ing a number ofVsw&rthy complexioned and harmony& thorough "restoration of
Z"r. bTth8Senate
coopxm,: B. attBtt weeks andby posting notice of sai&sslete and House of Bepresentatives that theTSW Dlla true weath .
4. ., three pub I of the United States of America : Provided also 'That a tenant n. men- dressed-in:'gray unit ,the Union.Thsae:ini4e- ,
lie places in the town,pariah,district vrceanty wiUdn In Congress as ,at sufferance or at will shall not form and \ -
,, sembled That the allowed ,to ; wearing eccentric
seventh bats and '
COOBIKBEE, which aaid lands section of an act entitled looking tween the Government imd State
are situate at least four weeks previous I *An for the redeem, nor shall a tenant for years be allowed to while the
act collection redeem -
l"TOR'NEY. tA T .LA'Y, to the day of sale;and at-.the.time and place of districts within the of United direct taxes in,''iniarrectionaiy unless he shall satisfy the board of'commission L caps. I,Government,confides hi the people ;the people -
sale 10 cause the same to be severally sold to the States and for other er,in addition to the other, it '
high : become
r'.'- t I ," reqirements >of the law WH known :that, must hare faith in the '
*'+\ *; / est bidder for a sum not less than purposes approved June seven, eighteen hundred they were I GovemmenV sod
iSOvILtA7L&t the taxes that thr owner of tbe
iu ,.z. and and ten penaUy, and sixty-two be amended so as to read as follows reversionary estate has been the crew of the notorious cruiser :'a I this must be mutual and
i tv '"J costs per centum per, annum-interest en Section 7. And be : loyal and not in any manner engaged in this rebellion large reciprocated.-or il1_
", .. -i' a BZodL1pIebar. said tax;pursuant to said notice; and'the said commissioners I- Board of Commissionm It farther enacted, That -t16 said nor in giving aid or comfort to the rebels. crowd'of persons assembled,who stood watch 'that, has-been, done will be thrownjiway.". ', _
aha1l. at .said sale strike< off the sane shall be required in cue the SEc.3;Amd-M it furfMer ing the sailors th ' a
Gm. otocfcrf.That as '
; taxes when y.weretaking their I [8apann4& Bet-akl J.21 :
to charged npon the said Iota and of any bag ,
.evemlfly the United States at that unless parcels land lands .
some tenements parcels Iota of .
or land '
I '
shaD not be which have on shore. ,Some .
paid as gage -
provided for in the people desirous "
third were "
shall bid the section : ; .
person same or a larger sum; :who shall been selected under the direction of the President for I' : .-
Wn DOGGETr- : upon paying the purchase in of this act,to cause the same to be advertised fort sale knowing the cause of their Lemz
; l money gold and silver in a government use, or which have been purchased at r Jeaving.tbe xtortSteSonilL,! .' : '
coin,or in treasury notes of.the United States in newspaper published in the town parish district sale made by board of vessel and their intended "
ATTOtY .a.TUW. ALSO KOTAKY PUBLIC. or I or county where situate a tax commissioners for the movements, but The New News
certificates of indebtedness against the UnUed8tdesbeentItled ; and -if,there be no such United States have been entered the sailors 'were proposes, an organi-:
ucxwu .. I' to receive from said commissioners their cer I newspaper published in said town parish, district or claiming pre-emption rights therein upon'with the by persons I[ discreetly silent and the Zil liOn of Northern capitalists for the purpose
tificate of rlewhlcb said county,or if the publisher thereof refuse to publish ;consent j questioners were not able of "
certificate shall be received i or by.the authority of the board ot tax eoinmissionors topump" much making loans to Southern :'planters
wm..u-rSelSa?. .1I'iUl 'noungsu d in all coun and places as prima facie evidence of theregularity I the same,then in any other newspaper to,be selected and in accordance with instructions heretoin'e'laDed out of them., .They are for the most real upAu
-temporily, t restem and of by said commissioners in said district or in the estte'security. It suggests? that the
:4'! validity said sale and of the title of of city by the President of the United States. such. able-bodied determined
Washington, for at least Scar .personssnaU .looking"fel1ows.andwould Southern States
said purchaser or purchasers under the same Provided weeks and by posting be taken and deemed to have acquired should modify their-- usury.
Septembers That the owner of said lots of notices of said sale in three public places in the town rights of no doubt haveproved themselves ground or any loyal person pre-emption in said lands ; and ::all certificates that as adapt the rate interest to the
of the United States having any valid lien npon,' parish district or county within which said lands are have been issued or that shall tAoff hereafter be issued equal to.-the'work they had in view. nature of he investment. -The

.ABcmR.1T.n_ BAJTKS or interest U the same, may at any time within sixty and situate at least four weeks previous to the day of sale ;, by the said board of commissioners to such- :Il has been stated _that Captain Wadde Richmond,
I days alter sale appear before the said board of tax at tne time and place of sale to cause the same to shall be valid and effectual persons .Enquirer says such company 'is"hich 'prganizing
though issued
ATTORNEY AT .LAW.aQ commissioBers ia his or her own proper person and if be severally sold to the highest bidder for a. sum act to tbe act of,which this is amendatory. r'pursuant several of the officers and. crew of the w has a'capital of five millions" of dol-

-.' 'S ,cwuTa1w.tte'A a citizen upon taking an oath to support the less centam than the taxes, penalty and costs and ten per SIC, 9. ..ndbeitfurikcr Uld;That Shenandoah went on shore before the parole] I Ws for the' purpose' of .making! loan to
eonstitmof tax
per annum interest on said boards of
tion of the United States and tax pursuant to
wm. promptly to business intrusted to bis paying the commissioners shall such was received: This we are assured is not I Southern
tax and penalty with interest thereon said notice ; in all cases where the owner of sail lots give notice;by advertisement j plantexs.wbo need capital recom-
from the
July 29U't& of the said iM-oclamation of the President aidionea a- or parcels of ground shall not on or before tbe 'day of of sales of lands to be made by them, by authority of the fact, and that none of those on board mence operations with. *
ala appeartD nenmn berorethe Aid Board .. law, as tile Commissioner Internal Revenue, under ( thre who I
:"T '," T.T. LONG, at in the IMO 0Ci0D oi us. ax the rate :oi of the direction or the except men escaped) left, the vessel ., The question of a modification of the
fifteen centum missioners and pay the amount of said iU..1tht /Secretary, of .the Treasury, ,shall until usury
; per per annum together with the expensesof they were paroled.
per centum interest thereon, with the order and direct.. of Georgia so as to induce the flowof
of advertisng
ATTOnNn AT the aaid sale and subsequent proceedings to be '.. ,
'Y determined by said < mmissionen, may redeem said l the same or request the same to be struck, off to a lfIC- -:JII.-AIIG-ot ufWUaer- tIIlIdtrl.,That section..sevenof When the news got abroad that the crew I capital to our section will be presented to the

.LLucftTYL. ",. lots of land from saL; sale, and any'purchaser under purchaser for a less sum than two thirds of the assessed -, the set entitled"\n&ct to aioend an act entitled ofihe Shenandoah had been'liberated on parole : Legislature, which meets next week." A me-
2 the aIDe-haTml'paiii ttooeys;treasury notes or oth value of ssld several lots orparcels of ground. 'the An act for the collection of direct taxes in insurrectionary considerable : morial to that
lalr speculation was' body the
urging of
said sach
e certificates indebtedness of the United States commissioners shall be authorized at said rule to districts within tbe United.States, and forotberpurposes'be indulgeie policy
shall upon such redemption being made, be entitled t bid off the same for the United States at a sum not exceeding amended by striking, therefrom, the in as to the bearing.it would have action on theirpart as. will open tfie money

.-/. 'C.ATTOB1TET.: ',, ,; have the same with the interest accruing after said two thirds of the assessed value thereof unless following words ti t is to say."Or request the.same, complicatedquestions, that seem, likely to I markets of the North to our planters and

: sale returned to h'm by the said commissioners upon some person shall bid a larger sum ; and in that, case eo be struck dtD a 1rcb'scr tor alessjsum thtA two- arise out of her arrival and, surrender in the business men,has received the approval of
AT AW surrendering np the certificates of sale;.And provided same shall be struck off to the highest bidder,who thirds of thrasaeated value of said lots or of I
,I fl1rther.'That if the owner of said Iota of ground shall shall upon porthase-money-in gold and g ound2'L Mersey._ By some it Was felt that it wasrat prominent citizens and.is now circulating in

JACKSONVILLE FLA, be a minor a non-resident alien;or loral citizen beyond a11.fr Ul eolaJSotogTreasnTy notcaol. the United States '- : : That in case .Pi er anodd'step'to take to parole anumor this city for signatures. A copy of ttis memorial

seas, a person of tinsonnd mind or under a legal or in ,n tnotes.or in certificates of indebtedness cation fo topay t1rel I be* men against whom a charge of piracy to which we have before alluded,may

disability, the If guardian; trustee or' other person having from said against commissioners toe United States their be certificate entitle to receive sale l ot'r Iota oflan4 njra<5- apartOfanytrictOrbacdi. : h 4s been made,and which yet remains to I be be seen at our Counting.Bxx>m,' .. .
charge person or estate of such person ; be competent fw too' ..eh '
JAMES JO. BAKER. redeem the same at any time within two years after the which said certificate shall be received in all courts natiefiinan havrbeea uul16bVem or.'bYRO1 stigated. It was contended that to grantjh [Satannah..Hanld J fcf 2nd.

asia thereof the manner above provided and with and places as primafade evidence of the regularity and authorities; G$P0TtIlUfleb valuation and tOslin s men their parole was equivalent giv- e :

ATT nNEY"&T, .XAW l like effect: And provided fortJjrr.That the certificate ibaaeror validity of said sale and of the title of the said pur" manner thejma deeIQ J1d'&Ddtea1lO1l&bleneS thoU s a them chance of escaping :from con e- Theories Terras"Fm*t*;
of said eommissioiiers shall oaly be' affected as evidence purchasers under the same i Provided.That 10 apportioned and fixed sh U be a tea upon MUereritpsrts di ?
JACKS 1iYILLE.: ;74A. of the regularity and validity of sale by establishing the owner of said lots of ground or say' loyal person orparcels. taesaoeM U tsch.&dbee' ti a.xc- .theymay, have incurred; while, on> Quoting aii' rticle from the -New York
t the fact that said ot the United States having any.vaBd lien 01'IDe .If rt SNBffld.it was held that .the officers Tribune of
: property was not subject to upon thus oricfn&DT.1' pr saeed.; ; Oct 17, on Jamaica.'flffaira the
w Office si Mrs., Hendersons., XoY- u-&np' taxes, or that the toM had been,paid previous to sale terest ter in the same.may,at anytime within sixty days af, 8i'12. .bl-k"lvfado ct.d.That *IMO fwojcrweee jreally ,:responsible for anything Colonial Standard of Nov. 4 ,
or that the propertybad been redeemed to said sale appear before the said Board ol Tax Commissioners .: appends these
NOTICE the provisions of this act.- in his or her owa.PfOper person and if a missioner Is hereby authorized and empowered, __. that may'have taken place;would'respect the comments : &
citizen,upon taking an oath,to the Constitu minister oaths wr Affirmation*In an eases.. .wnora. tbe p'snd'would-give themselves Jo the] 'Mr Horace '
SEC. 6.And be it further, enacted. That at any time support : up Greetey has been,,tjt win be
tion of urn maybeeet1lrc454er.act ndV
the say
1L.e'. VATIOHA5,, within one year after the mid sale by said commissioners United States,aad.paytag the amount .of person Authorities whenever they were required. seen from the 'above ,
said tax and penalty with interest thereon from the who shall wiHoa ta* flrtaJi cath 'or"sflnnauon'in article exercising-bis!
any person being the owner of any.lot or par. date of the said C such case ctofi apod conviction thereof,?,It The whole affair, however, likely to cau se amateur the
any en
Physician i and Surgeon, eel of ground at tile passage of this act,, who ban, by proclamation of the President mention- tbs liiiof much on subjecterf .ica.
sufficient evidence prove to' the satisfaction of said ted in the second section of this act, at the rate of flit eon L topuaishinentandtoenaBIesproTUedby \ unpleasantness. As our columns are at present engaged in the

Offlec in Sammis'BSockwWiI, >r.T7p*>n. board oi commissioners that be op a..e aflertb.epia centum and per annum together with the expenses of the moreover the United ferfetttbnm* 4Sefethe crime of fivehandreddonarii of perjury. atr*, shall. : Since the Shenandoah arrived in tlie "Mersey chronicling of events in the .history of this
subsequent proceedings to be determined .
of tnu ,the. insnrrectioa by
set baiotlkdDpZtin
Oct. '.-\ i sage again the United States or in any present manner I bald commIssioners nay redeem said lots of land from 'no.!'1S'Aad ktt farlhereaaxrtedThatj rthaaeni there' has been considerable feeling mai u- ..island, which Mr. "Horace Greeley. never

aided or abetted the same; and that by reason of aaid aid sale ; and any purchaser under the same having at any eraou"ndeemJuc or in wnose fested by some persons engaged in the Amen: dreamt of in philosophy and hich he

Practice f Xctflcloe svndn UWrY., insurrection he or she has been unable to pay aaidaj |>sid moneys Treasury notes.or other certificates ..of a of poseiiios may- .a ahaU payto the imelird can trade, who insist that it isabsolutely ..necessary and others like him will have som difficulty
Indebtedness of the UnlUd States shall, upon such re of tax commissioners tor *wr_use the aam of tw dol-[ '
redeem ale landafrom ur. the time ,
E.DaLE T.SABAL BE8PECTTDLLT TESDEBS I ax* or to -by way of example-that the officers I inreconcilin with certain,theories;we have
being made be entitled have the same la..r each certificate c4al&certificate f
above provided for. tb..said board or commissioners, : ;redemption -> < .
U J a&l8errleee to tb*. 'citizens. of JaCk may allow him or her farther time to redeem the same with tile interest accruing after said sale, returned to / rwri re4rBvided UMI -mo> ,feentba* and crew of the vessel should be broughtto ; not room just now'to.go 'through] with the

sonviUe and vicinity.OSce not exceeding two yean from the day oi sale; and for: hint by the said commissioners upon surrendering up received,UJg t.herwUJt the alary OftMxYJflmisajoflOi s trial either in England ,or, America If fit lengthy though easy task of answering..Mr
and rooms (for the present) at A. A eu..a[ of the certificates of sale : And provided further. That if fur any dlrtrfel,shall not CHd 'be Qreeley '
this purpose they may take testimony witnesses can proved that the fall.of the ; We will however
rMi4 dreeU.'wbere _onrederawas ; so: soon.
nee. comer Bay and VashtogtoB am shah n4Doee the same 10 writing and,the Doited tM WDM ofaldl0u rgreaiid shell be>-a minor; a I sand O'h.--.n. tIo.w JIt'lf. aQAI.iJ Terj
a.may befoond at afl times except when prorcr oo- States,or any person claiming *n interest In said non-resident alien or loyal citizen beyond seas, a person -!' anv '-icesatha iaayberee iv do ei'tii4isino c.1\ cy brought .unmistakably :under CapLiddelfs In:the meantime the persusal of the article

ally engaged laadsv may appear and oppose the aaid..appUeatto>- pf IU mind or under a legal disability; the, be applied I"ia nt e felrtaor cQer,.pem-sooa"' W' notice previous his recent capture may unfarrow the,brows now 'bent ia pain-

&pt.3-3m. JTom their dston the United States or any.art in guardian, trustee;or other person;having charge of the i ptoyed by aaid nommliaioners to parraance of this set, and'.destruction' American whalers, ful thought of our planters; and produce the

DR. GEO.' BL- 1CpU.E1uL6Nl: : Interest State for may aid appeal district to the which district hereby court.of.Mtfaorfiad.the United to .person t any time or estate within of two such years person after nay the redeem sale tWrpof the same,'and 05.15.b.sceesuryand.tbs.," ofbe of balance 101d,bJ'. 11".Y.paid. .tbtm. there can be little doubt that he has committed agreeable effect in these awful times ot:pro

tab Jurisdiction the same as in other eases involriM in the manner above provided,and with .like effect. are red W', paI4. 1 a erious infraction ofinte' : national law* voking-a smile.'. It is thanks to such men aa

Physician 'and Surgeon the equity of redemptura.' And Incase said And provided farther.Jhatatjrocb. sale any tracts : UC'l.. ,A'adWtifttrther enacted-That %ny boaN But-that remains to be proved, ,andas: the Mr..Horace Greeley, Dr. Underbill and'others

Once comer of Ocean and Fonjthe streets trw r ofcominisaioners.boo1d.'for an,'eau :H :boardI I parcels or lots of land which nay be. selected undod of lax eommBBianeri| ,oOCfVSDflaf tba requisite numbr law in regard to' the' trial, or extradition of that the poor/negroes themselves ''are.deceived '
SsaUence the direction of the President for Government
of A H. Reed. Esq. JO\-3IDp before the erjiiration of one year aner.aaU sales,toe foI. of clerks sarreyoTgj Bd'ttslinantswho- 'hall receive' with into"
charged offenses of
.. persons this kind i'isase furnishing by their ovfn
said district court shell have,original ,jurisdiction of war.n'i. revenue charitable educaUcnJml sachooinpensatloami*- j3s iretary of the Trw acts. the
JT. TODD. prooftSttng or police purposes,may, at said sale be Ji yith ambiguous was shown in the best possible arguments against
Dr. A.ft. the lot redemption as herein';provided,te salI &.prescribe; sirffbatany-aerfrappointed rby, 'i c .. jiegro freedonv -
UBr*bl.wed to .?an( .m eommae take place twtore the said board of commissioners.8cc,9. commissioners,under the direction of the PreIdanj.I ward may be specially empowered by th1 said ss iels 'ofIthe"piracy" on'board the ship Joseph 1
Aadbe tt farther:: That for,and struck off.to the United State i And tary to receive aad eoMset dm for direct .
II th."crLtI0s of Usjvofessifln-ton to *"* **I. -enacted incise'I provldnI money ltxas. Qerrity-'someofCapLWaddell's: friends -. -o-'
? further. That the cerbflicate of said are .
where tile owners of&a14lota and parcels and rents for lands teftiKand to.pay them over to the -
lee and Rooms lf stairs la C.Hiebols
-y stjt.wheN be may, be ftnm4 at an BuildingS have abandoned the sane and hare not paid the tax stun only be affected evidenca of the regularity.aaa said board'r Prcrided; howevet:, Tht h&rn t i give| I j sangmne.that he will get off Bcathless.the HKBOISOL-Heroism, in fact is tar, understood -
:validity of ate by the fact that said
the thlrd-aectlon of this establishing prop security in such sam and with such conditions 'The '
Profeasionany engaged.The thereon as provided to lact as- \ oft8U'pioTid a that the two tn-bcsimplY-UDc
erty was-'BDbJecuo taxes or that 'the'tau bad r promised
nor paid the AJDe.JMII'redeemed die said lands from said secretary msy.'WIU'lG'be approved,}
23- f'I sate provided for ia the seventh eettoa. of this act been paid previous sale, or that the', property..had br him; D4 saab tax commissioner shall be held jto IniUons'BHallS&aiTertip to .justice''alltioo :: i pe ty. Heroism, which is not duty, 'Is, '

aD41.he said board commissioners shall be satisfied been- redeemed sccordlag to the.provisions, of r 'this,.'act: baTe entered on,the discharge of his dnnes-'when via*,' ".;>mg charged, with;.plracy; etc., dream of the dark ages. DoLt that is 'dV

Jacksonville Hotel that I4 owners ban left the same teJota the rebel ArrEOTP),"February IMS. : snail havm vra pprov_ d carityt L taken tile rent iM' cwnmltted. within the jurisdiction of either performed with the spirit of a .hero ; is.
in and'sbet fthU I rebel oath recrived bis. M. and reported '
otherwise at
(formerly known as the noriAaHoosa.) Uonsu4tb.samabaUbavb.enatrek forces or to epee off.to the Atfirtiri amend jut act'entitled ''"An Act :tor once(f the ecretiUT of tho Treasury to*d1I" ie high contracting, parties, should :seek the mortar and the brick of hard bon

the collection direct taxes in the i insurrectionary .. the said shall in glum or should be found within theteririe8ofthe :In'the dally walks of -
United States at said sale, -the, said .eo tn"'lQuerIIb&U. secretary, any.; ... life, nseen 'rani'
Mwly to> districts within the United 'and' ,
and States .
beea "
ttcroogUy repalr4 .- --. : '
HAVDtO tho v '
,U now 9x the aeepma>odattaa..thtraYt1lizg 0 S. lbs came oft Uatted States, venter. upoDad tot other'Du3posesi ppr0re4 (Jon .AM other < --This the; Meqdsofthe mired,:there may xist the truest herr' :

public- open : take-potIIe8Ifo of the same, 'c4 may J, the seven,eighteen Jmndred and I15 D\ririh .Tbth Korthr Bay;is sufficient, ,to warrant, the ments, and"all may find,.if they dam< .1_
.smrtogetker of In.&o-&D.J'1JOL Oft penODIwho or.tenemeiits: har.biir ortfall hereafter be.soldjnv
Octlt UADDOcX 2 B ; are citizens of the e4StatM, or may hare declare4 -C r$1Zty4WO.r. de the provisions o(ths several acts of Congress:rea> BritishaovernmenUn.delivering uplo'jUS a glorious life and RraTCi" & Ua i F8? .

J'Proprietor* o eGh their_totentlo. Co:beeooe.soch, und .,U P Itt1uad 1I0fIU Repat. ci fing to tk sale of.lands tyt direct tax*.to.tJwa11- lice"? Captain\WftddelI. U&associates and common-place dutj. J '

F the said robeUoa 4 iaa saId state .baIl eJ a.V'iiLd "S 'ff Cd'WOntgrtu. eisrssWlt. ary districts tracts which at the time of.sale. :Wereneld *bsIfMtAdamsthe; American ,minister ,
M. MYAELL civil of-th.'UnIte8Laes I that in any cue In which sate oflanda or two freehold be'm
lilt out down and the InIbOt17' by or more owners,-in ssveraltyanyon has.the evidence
Steamboat and gfelp.:Agent .abUlW&D4 until the people :of .u.14 Sahs.U I baa been or sum be made b,board of tax cofflmlsamm *Of that owners'.being'otherwise ntiOsd.u',"fee aecessary be can at'once C i'JtDEJt I.DIEBS RCXJ* tOuit7"fO?

elect a leglilatare.sal dAIe.ocers'wbo.baIt a1oaen'appotDW pursuant 0 tile'ietI.wbIeb thisbe deem.shall be allowed to redeem for the piece or pare el procure,warrants against 'the 'officers and ; The Speaker of the .MiSasi i .So,1&eoflUl

'ad c.--.an Wt' """ .,. tab aza'CI'so auppoa1 the 'of',1JD.Ue4 I an _, aDd a certificate of,ato laDed land held by him u a freftaold.,-,at
H"EBC'.H Ii J._. 10" auOaDee4: 1f1 "r"1--tt 'at&JaePreII4etIt.e4l111t11tlle1lnS 2Sent\ the purchaser orMll'Clwen-oIaa1d -lands ,or ..oD Plying his pwpottionble part ofthe,.tax, penalty, high as;rid'JSO bring about, their"commit*' JOT in thelate war: Th ..TO' "It, "A4m'. ,
.t.J "XUJaewe; ,b ahaU and marbe law. Co the tax) costs expenses andintsrest- the' ufd'.pl'OpOt1iDaabJo
cciof and trial in
Bay Mvwak, .I_ mision to Issue IB suck fonD u she t41: the usual .wav. The matter UlsaisippI Senate CoLa
; sfier-utd leases SO be to such torn and,with aneh Mr Secrttai7he pan to be ascertained by tbfl.said-board.ofcommis I.iCASES.
C (1eeDD4.s. W.td4.Wik po..j curit7 II ad fa the Ja4p1nt'of.i4 COJDID1uito .th'shill prrtbi:avwiiC. stoners. And It shall be optional'withMae purchaser will nodoub.t'OO: fuHy Inquired' into The cdt&M1ssIIppEregim .. .. -, .

U ASlim sarpsue4 r.(1aJth'8tasa 4 to U.Vetted tatea W 1ft&le6t nYeDU.i'.% rftbadl.rict to:which;said,lajods or. &en6o. either to retain the residue of the tract probue V*>, officers of the ;Shenandoah "are' 'certainly at :'woundedonredera '
AD4brUnat the Sd menu are.sitaaUd commanding him to pot the 'ii ter a redemption of a surrender his certifi '
hc.1O. Jdof partOri0 on tebUtIt
-- c ) liberty is
Eir. .date for.th
p exceedingly office of
L r fortInrtUa_ nq- jBisaippL
eom-i.t"MN aUmm tUDe.J tlmmk audi tepGIV1 cat6 of purchase to tile commloioners d receive
To-Hsnter*QueoadL::BJt ''WDT--a. tulsa Nd-tplaU aD4 InIeTtIfl1b clsuU e Midlands or tenements, and to make return of his back from them the'anurant.of the purchase'jsoner.paid : likely thai they-:will be,lost skbt of and in a H.R-Colj

t*; $ ya k" 0eG. T. aeksoss,:.,. L.' IAsst I, In .sA leases so shall a.Ja&and proper I iecue preJI'II' preceedlag*itd.V the atd writ wittla: thirty .dayse4r- ,with interest; sad ia ease be shall elect tom retain short time something may be-heard as tb i the leg in the < SfruuCoL

-.. 1f..Bd'; Eo.c..I4rd1 k 00.. ua4ftU01a oyazentsM $ MnPIf.poaot cflm1fl1ZISPROI.-W ihsUksep-arrecord' ,, ibo the piece 01"parcel lDl'edeaDtd be ahallsummd rhls.twrtncato course the'govemment ittend to take'in re- : : '
me matter, mad who"1'm '
Ma B.X.T'; ?. Atiaati.4A..Je.o or. .ucpcf such tamW roeeding$in (. for.jftwhotojtractpiircnased, aBd:the, -" gird to what'seems likely;Ito-;be ; < .
LormtGeo.TT. D4rn3.8.. -\.Co..r.: .m&7."mtdthtvVou ta-4 pIII'IIeIa'cw lots of ian 4 M7a&011 tbe lCtiOtlh..af4W :tezI Its,,'llK rdshaliaiaueanew certtflcato for the piece or one o E the tmeati : .: -_ .i... a d'

C. Qfaein.,1acbo1riiDe. J1a.' "t.JIoM4.U.J r. whJcJa said rules ad regulations 4erIIoaobeet ;be 'I' the Ana wiit-iufls aJlua4 pbariu wrt.Is WUI'' dr.imarIO I tlJatel e tee f.=1 Cla11d,. d.tl". 'I most complicated aridng put )fUn fJamtkIr 'cn ntt ria f >' ttJscksnn

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RECEIVING, FOBWABDISO AND COMMISSION. T"TAX'LW. board commissioners Afldbejtfurtlier under enacted, That.:the said marshal of the district shall be unable'. either by himself -, THE" SHEKAXDOAH.PAROLE 'j "e ', -... :.<: ".
AW President, may be. authorized the direction of the or by deputy, to execute such writ,or in case there I | of the fif .1.1 : > '
MRCA1..TB For tbe Collection of said lands ,Instead of leasing the shafl be no marshal of the United States within th said OF THE CREW. :III ''"' _
Direct vested in
WHOLESALE, A\D. RETAIL DEALERS Kf Insurrectionary Dtatrieu Taxe In vided to cause the tne United States, as above pro district at the time of the issuing of said writ, the same the D !. j I

GENERAL. 1 I Unie States, and for other the.' be subdivided and sold same in,parcels'or any portion thereof to may be executed and returned byny fit person, to be [From Liverpool Mercury,November 9th.] tbep, "' 4 -
XERCHAl"IHE not to exceed three specially appointed by the said board of tax commlssioners -'
b.undred.and ,
Be enacted by toe Senate and House twenty acres to any one purchaser, at The Government bare at ; ; ; :
Jaftoonjllle Tlorfd tatlTes of the United Rpra. public sale after giving due fcr the purpose which appointment shall be inwriting length been ap-r ;u i ': ;
october notice ;
America "
2 when S\t 'in the sale ol other public lands of the thereof as upon and indorsed in, the said -writ: Provided decided step in regard to the crew of this .. ";.) t. .
CaU. J JUTFXK amble Tat any tate or territoxyj j n sixty days United States, fbr That where the lands or tenements so sold shall at the sel. : ;: '
For .
MRS U111 and to issue a certificate the last two days the 'JI
I aur8tt or territory, by reaaoa therefor and that time of such sale be r'J
''A A cOVA.WM. ot in at such ; occupied1 by hei United States HcMfllen. :'
any sale
ED. G. 5111. Burrection or cvi authority of the any loyal citizen of the United authorities fcr hospital or other Liverpool have been in communication -
rovern- :
States the.
met of the U. States is obstct1 that the his intention, or any person who shall have declared on oath of such writ shall be suspended during purposes'such occupancy issuing, the Secretary of State in reference to the .t J_.
O. fclonsjpf the act entitled Plvi. to become such, or any person who shall ?* '
and the
JEFFREYS', ac prvie Icrea. have faithfully served purchaser purchaserof-sachland or tenements tention of the ship"and her !
crew. The
revenue from as an officer .
imports to pay o vate soldier musician, or pri. shall be entitled to and receive such rent or compensatton ., i .;.
Merchant debt.and lot ote pups." a"prve August ntth, service of the or United sailor in the army' or navy or marine for the Use of such lands or tenements as the ernment seem to have been decided as to ., ';f' ?'
Commission eighteen State,as a regular or volunteer; Secretary of of the :'
aty-ne assessing, leyying. for the term of three the Treasury under regulations prescribed. necessity retaining vessel, : "1* I
and collecting the months become "
may the him ,
drct te metn can. chaser and if pur by ;shall order or direct. inquiry as, to the action which her .
; such corn '
not be upon sale '
peaceably any person serving in the Sue' .
br 2. And be ilfurl/tD'enatied, That after the time :
JACKSONVILLE FLA."TSIi'KMW lad tel army or navy or marine der and have take i "k. ,
said act appnooe among the states ad ierritortes of tbe corps shall pay one-fourth part allowed for the redemption of any lands or tenements crew uring the last t .'.-4 '
shall be purchase money, a certificate shall be given him which months but there 'have .' -"
apportioned and chanted and be shall have have been or shall be sold by a board of tax *seems to been '
DIBBLE, i ec state and trrtr or part thereof wherein. the pay the remainder;the either term in of three)ears in which to commissioners shall have passed, and after, the pur doubt as to the'proper course to. adopt the- BIT-. .;- t '
autoi\1 Un obtct., upon all the lands money or in certificates Chise-money shall have been fully paid the President .
indebtedness reference
from the to the board. On ,in
and United States men on '
; and citizen
&tuat respectively, ex- any is authorized and required to cause a Mr. j -r. .
tri. of the United patent or patents ; >
Suites '
Commission Merchant eept such a are eemptrm by the his or any person who shall have declared to be issued to any such person as may be the bona atthe, Custom House yesterday morning, : ;
lw intention
eald state or of Unit Sttu,&the said land a family,and to become such being tho head of .fide purchaser, owner,assignee or transfereeffjisach weie informed that the authorities here upon vis., "' ."-, .!
Iota residing in the State "
or district '
ground were where
and valued lands or tenements under the
and by virtue of, any' certificate body -
Said lands not received further:
Jacksonville Fla. last assessment and venation thereof made are situate, and not the owner of any other of sale, under and as 'to
under the or by virtue of at'
any assignment that .
authority of said state or territory previous to the lands said may, under such rules! as may be established by or transfer of such certificate:'1 Provided That la case vessel, or her crew.: However, about 6 '

iToJuce purchased or advances in Cash or supp1e day ofanU&I.' anno Domini eighteen hundred Art and upon board and of commissioners, have the right to enter of an assignment or trasfer of a certificate of sale, the last night a telegram was received from was _

mule ononslpimsa t t C. B. Dibble, e\ sixty each and ever parcel of the said lds lauds as acquire be the rights roved of pre-emption In such person applying for such patent shall give satisfactory emment.by Captain Paynter of Her by thet
to Mid may untmi and vested in the United ,
to the
hereby declared proof Commissioner of the General Land Office last .
-- -- by virtue of this act. charged with ,the payment of b S.&tes and as may be selected by said board of com of the preceding transfers assignments. ship Donegal, to whom the Shenandoah city .

L.V much of the whole tax laid and apportioned by.said act a misslooers time to time, under, for such the direction of the President from Sac.fi. And be itfurthee enacted-That majority ofa surrendered/that the \t hole of the the Pro- $, .
ABOV.i upon the state or the purpose. I 1M &Gf tax commissioners shall have tmd who
trto'he same .is -respectively Sec. 12. And be it fun authority crew were,not British subjects '
.r A sitaate, a same farther enacted, That the proceeds to transact all business and perform'all dntieS R -
AlCONEEn propor required to be ImnIedla
tion t the whole amount of the direct dl of said leases and sales shall be paid into the i by law to be performed by such board,andno proceedIng paroledr"Captain I _- +
Commission MerchantBAY to stt territory a the value tx approned treasury of tbe United States one-fourth of which .f any board of tax ccajmisiioners shail be void or' ter immediately'proceeded to the Rock tnu."n. : ''', c.- ; :

STREET FLA. land respectively bear id the whde pal of shall be paid over to the governor of said State whereIn Invalid in consequence of tile-absence of any one of slip and applied for a steamboat. of -' ,
JACKS L the real estate in said state said lands are situated or his authorized agent said commisslouers. 't
or territory according //The Rock steamer Bee out by i ;
t when such Ferry was
o- the said assessment and valuation Insurrection shall be put down and the SEC.:4.-And be ) '.
further enacted
the That
CONSIGNMENT SOLICITED. tbority of tbe same; and in mae therto undr people shall elect a legislature and State officers who tor (being a loyal citizen of the United States any from the at his disposal by Mr. Thwaites, in 'to ap

of fifty per centum of said tax shall charged peaty shall take an oath to support the Constitution of the commencement of this rebellion or alien : of immediately proceeded alongside the outrage. J
for parties in the articles b her. United States subjec a
\i purchase Cunt.a and such fact shall be proclaimed by the
friendly nation who shall not have taken nandoah. on the
they at the lowest on.SEC. President for the part against Captain Paynter went on -
of reimbursing '
purpose the laval
prc. 2. And be it
Jacksonville Fla. 28-ly ene That on or bfor citizens of said State. or for such other al'lid the United States in this rebellion) of a person whose and communicated to he officers the fled
the first of purpose i -
lands .
day July next tenements shall
te by pro.clAmatlon or have been sold by a board of '
,sba declare in Prent and hi State may direct; nd one-fourth shall also be paid tax commissioners and not redeemed shall, after the of his visit. The crew was mustered on and :

T. E nUCKI. states said ixlurton exists, and Btte thereupon te pan over to said State as a fund to aid in the colonizationor period of redemption has elapsed, be entitled to pay- quarter-deck by the officers of the ship were not f
emigration from Raid
JACJSONy1LLE, FLA several lots land shall become chr.a rican descent who State desire of any free person of Af ment out of the ballance of the proceeds of sale of such roll-book.was i brought and the names of ; "
to ,
may remove therefrom
respectively with their respective portioas of hinds and tenements, after the same shall have been ond :
COMMISSION DEALERIN rect tax and the same together with the penalty shall to Hayti, Liberia, or any other tropical State or colo paid into the Treasuay the United' States, of the men called out as they occurred. As party, ,,. ".

be a lien thereon, without any other or further proceed ny.SEC.. amount of his lien,if a sufficient sum shall be left for man answered to his name he was negroes ,
13. And be it further enacted, That In ease the such after the of all Holtz- _
In whteve. records purpose payment claims of the what countryman he was. In not -
LI'MBER, TIMBER, CEDAR. MILL LOGS, HE be it farther That it shall b'- of assessment and valuation of the lots of land United states, together with the costs and expenses of : "
enactd mentioned in the first section of this stance did of them to yester .
act shaU be destroyed acknowledge
the owner or lots sale, and the of all any
SHINGLES, LATHS, &C., lwfu oe or parcels payment prior under such
within ,concealed. or lost, so as not to come within rules British subjects. Many nations to au
sixty days after the tax commissioneraherein and regulations, aud after exhibiting such proofof were
ALSO IN named s have fixed the amount, to pay the the they possession shall be of the said boards of commissioners, his right, as the secretary of the Treasury shall sented among them, but the majority last night .-,
Saw Mill Machinery. tax thus upon the same,respectively, into the to take evidence of the same, prescribe.
ed by-
or to value and the in their to be natives of the Southern : ,
treasury of the United States, or to the own judgment SEC. 5. And be itfurther rnacttd. That each board of
Fla. CmmI8ioneR
O.2m JasonTme. herein appointed,and take a certificate by virtue ;, upon such evidence as may appear before them ; and tax commissioners shall file in the pam.1tnt of the America, or"Southern citizens." '
CALDWELL wheo the said lands shall b discharged from n
d MORRIS, sad tx. affect amount the of tax thereon,shall in any manner whatever time as the said proceedings shall occur, .mil duplicate cans, had an unmistakably] Scotch nc his pis- .
of the sale
validity of the
And be it further enacted That same or of any of of
the title of, I all orders resolutions documents, cud
Sr. papers, to justify .
8CCCE6SOKS TO BREWER & CALDWELL the proceedings preliminary thereto. and seemed more likely to have -.
in and to each and of land dmfU and of
every piece or parcel upon ,plates, maps surveys, made or issued by
whic said tax has not paid'as above provided, SBC. 14 And be it further enacted, That the said them, and as often aud under such regulations as the from the banks of the Clyde than the But they '

CX FACOR AND GENERAL COMMISSION shal thereupon become forfeited to the United States, I tax they commissioners shall shall keep a book or books in which secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe; and copies sippi. Captain Paynter informed the or took :' it.. -
enter or cause to be entered,the
"S, upon the sale hereinafter provided for, vest amount or of any of such orders, resolutions documents papers, The ste,7.
aud Ihal of
of order the Government
quota said direct that by
ME tax assessed on each tract they .
United States in the par-
i or purchasers at sale, or proceedings, duly certified to be full and correct with. -
20 Old Slip, New York. fee simple, free and discharged from all prior liens, cel stated of land : which said amounts khall be distinctly copies under tbe hand of the said secretary or of all paroled and might proceed at
encumbrances, right, title and claim whatsoever.SEC. in the advertisement, or notice of sale, together the officer having custody of tho said transcript and shore. This intelligence was received by : ; : .

I. .C1LDWKLL.. B C. MORRIS, JR. 5. And be it farther enacted. That the P- with a description of the tract to be sold, and an entry duplicates under the seal of the treasury, shall be evidence men with demonstration of In the .1
shall be joy
: made in said book, or books,of each tract sold every '
dent of tbe Uuiu-d by adt the with the same effect as tbe originals. in Green f : :
Aust 5 6mCIIAS. consent of the& ,may board of three together with the name of the purchaser, and the sum SEC. 6. And be it further enacted, Thvt the expenses they seemed to be delighted at the .. ) --
for each said for which the same may have been sold. A'transcript the craft in which had of the .
tax commissoioners of states in which caused by or incident to the proceedings of any boardof leaving they
A FAIRCHILD such Insurrection exists,with a salary of three thow or said transcripts of said book or books, duly verified by tax commissioners be paid by the commission. to be able to assist the Southern Con under the :.j "
com.iiisioners. and said books when
and 10Ur each per annum to give security the said commission era out of the proceeds of the sales which have been Or by Col. ,1 :
shall expire, shall be filed in the office of the Secretary cy. They commenced pack up their }

sum thousand dollars each, in such form thesecretaryofthetreasury shall be made by them of any lands or tenements : '
DEALER IN shall direct, and to be a approved of the Treasury of the United States and said Provided however That the bills of such expenses ding and other articles fast as possible, remark '\ ,

GENERAL MERCHANDISE, DRY GOODS, by him, for the faithful performance of all their books and transcripts, and copies of said books and shall be first submitted to and approved by the secretary conveyed them on board the Bee, which Freed- .
duties such, and account for and pay transcripts, duly'cenUied by the Secretary of the of the Treasury. 24th an#. ii .
a t
HARDWARE ETC. ETC.. be in court in the to take to the landing stage. '
GROCERIES Treasnry1shall evidence any United
all and to '
over ,moneys property com- HIC. 7. And be u further enacted, That in any case in
Fla. lug to their hands:'Provided,he. said cmmi States. Tbe said corainUusioners may employ clerk, which lands shall be redeemed after sale made by the Before leaving the vessel, however i '
Street J whose ,
Day compensation shall be twelve hundred
bor sioners shall not receive pay under the o dollars board of commissioners, and after the money receivedby three lusty cheers for Captain .
PROMPTLY ATTENDED this act until they shall have entered upon the per annum. them on kale of such lands has been paid into the gave
ORDERS T of their date d SEC. 15. And be it further enacted. That the thirteenth treasury,by the owner complying with all the provisions dell!], their late commander. Captain to

September -tf care. 6. And ena That the raidboard dred and section of tbe act Anjrust fifth. eighteen bun of law relating to redemption necessary to be dell, in feeling terms acknowledged the says: 4 _
of tax commissioners entr upon the discharge sixty-one, entitled "An act to provide in. complied with on his part, the said board shall certifyto pliment and said that he hoped the
creased from to feel well
revenue interest
B. ANDREWS, ofthe duties ofthelroffice whenevr the commanding imports pay on the the secretary of the Treasury the fact that such lands '
n general of the forces of the United Sttl entering public debt, and for other purposes,"shall be so con- have been redeemed, the amount of the purchase- would always behave' themselves as to act _

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. into any such insurrectionary States dlct structed as not to exempt from taxation property above money paid by the purchaser, and when the said pur. sailors ought to do. The men then or '' a
the value of five hundred dollars ,
shall hare established the military authority but to .exempt from chase money was paid, together with such other circumstances board the Bee and were conveyed to ,
JACKSONVILLE, YIA.OfceHoeg's United States throughout any parish or district or taxation property of the value of five hundred dollars, as the secretary by general regulation or ;
county of the same, and they shall open' one or more or less,owned by.individuals,notwithstanding the provisions special instructions sha I require and the secretary, on landing place. Thus separated the advise -

Stock, over Protect J.far&lwi's. offices for the transaction of businu of said act. being satisfied that the lands have bern duly redeemed doah and her crew, arid the vessel now in restor-
tf SEC. 7. And be it further ea That the said SEC. 16. And be it further enacted That thin act shall repay by draft drawn on the treasury of- the at anchor in the 810yne in charge of exist be'
shall take effect from and after its .
Sept. board of commissioners shall in case the passage.Approved said tbe ,11'a
b required, United states the purchaser principal and interest men from the Donegal under the .
June 7 1862.
taxes charged upon the said and parel of land of the said purchase-money; and the purchaser .
FRANCIS I. WHEATON, shall not be paid a provided for In te thiraiol of shall forthwith deliver possession to the owner so' redeeming Lieutenant Cheek. appreciate.

''DTJTAJ.' COUXTT, this act, &cause the same to be aver f le anewspaper CU.APTEB XXI. as aforesaid: Provided however. That n( The arrival of'the late crew of the ,,tor they
scp.\7tV0i OJ 1BJ TOK published Ifl the town det'or An Act to amend an Act entitled. "An Act for the collection owner shall be entitled to redeem unless in addition
ned of Law. 'Office corner ofT3i county where situate;and if there be.no sch Delpa of Direct Taxes in Insurrectionary Districts the oath prescribed by existing laws he.shall swear doah at the landing stage caused no per- .

rI and tbepr AIeo,.Agent fo th per said county, or If the publisher thereof within the United States and for other Purposes" that he has not taken part with the insurgents in the stir. People were surprised to see the peace

:" PI I and sale -e Estate. : f' pUh th u:then .in-any.oihfr.news approved June seven,eighteen hundred and sixty present rebellion. or in any way given them aid ,or ing of a number of.swarthy C ; raUon, of J-
J o \ I L paper to be commissioners in said dlstrlc two. cotnfort.,and shall satisfy the bond of commissioners '
._.:. .n' ,'<.) .- _-- '. .s.. ;'*fenhetity of>Washington,' tor-'at' least tfooi' '" Be enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives that theTOdoath Is true: Provided also, That a tenant weather-beaten .men,"dresseddn- -gray- & bo-- .1 )'-."- .

c. P. coonx. D. BIBE weeks and by pl notice of said sale in three public i, of the United States America in Cougress as at sufferance or at will, shall not be allowed to form,and wearing eccentric looking hats while the' ..:, '

places in ,par district, county within sembled, That the seventh section of an act entitled redeem, nor shall a tenant for years be allowed to redeem caps. the peo :- -: ,, .
COOPER.*.Bl ETTORNEYS'AT which said lauds are tt least four I weeks previous MAo act for the collection of direct taxes In insurrectionary unless he shall satisfy tho board of commission ,' and ::1. '" ..
t the day of sale; at the.time and place of districts within tbe United States aud for otber en,.-In addition to the otber,reqi ments of the law Wtyen,i it become known. that they / > <,& -

LA sale to cause the same to be severally sold t the high. purposes,"approved Jnne seven, eighteen i hundred that the owner of the reversionary estate has been the crew of the notorious cruiser, a or all" i .<: 41

'.. JkczsO3YU4t&ErLk.' .b eat bidder for a sum not less than the ,penalty, and sixty-two, be amended so as to read as follows : loyal and not in any manner engaged In this rebellion, crowd of persons assembled,who stood away.". 1 <
:: and costs, and ten pr centum per annum-interest en Section 7: And be it further enacted, That the said nor In giving aid or comfort to the rebels. : 2nd. '- _
:ckeL.&cond lory. Sammit'I. said tax,pursuant t said Doiej; and'the said commissioners Board of Commissioners shall be required, In case the SEC. S. And,be it further enacted; That when any ing the sailors as they were taking their '. .1-..':'.;i1c

, Cm.ATTOSXEY shall said strike off the same taxes charged upon the said lots and parcels of land lands tenements parcels, or lots of land, which have gage on shore. Some people were '.: '} .
8p 9" seveially to the.United States at that sum,unel some_ shall not be paid as provided for in the third section been selected nuder the direction of the President for of knowing the cause of their leaving -i T; ,t it' :fl,; -i ; "

person shall bid the same or aleloj snail, of this act,\o cause the same to be advertised for| tale government use;or which have been purchased at any vessel and their intended movements an organi *-
'.A ,A.D000EFT, upon paying the purchase and sliver in a newspaper published in the town, parish district I sale made by a board of tax commissioners for the : $4" ; :
ALSO NOTARY PUBLIC,. coin,or in treasury notes of the United States,or in or county where situate ; and if there be no such United States, have been entered upon by persons I the sailors' were discreetly silent, purpose 't"." '
AT LAW. certificates of indebtedness against the Uhited8tates.be newspaper published in said town parish, district, or claiming pre-emption rights therein.-with the j consentor I questioners were not able to "pump"' "up I"' ., .:" j

FLA. I entitled to receive trom said commissioners their certificate county,or if the publisher thereof refuse to publishthe by.the authority of the board 01 tax commissioners, out of them. They are for the most .that the .
bIAJ of ri-le which said certificate shall be receivedinallcoun. '
; with instructions heretofore issued
) same then in any other newspaper to be selectedby aud in accordance .
will all matteji connected with 'noting and and places as prima facie evidence of the said commissioners said district or in the city by the President of the United States 'such,persons able-bodied' determined looking fellows usury
a& k Office-(temporily) at residence. regularity and validity of said sale and of tbe title of of Washington, for at least four weeks, and by posting shall be taken and deemed to have acquired rights of would, no doubt have'proved to the '

.' pt Gm said purchaser or purchasers under the same: Provided notices of said sale in three public places in the town, pre-emption In said lands ; and all certificates that equal to the work they had in view.It Richmond.
That the owner of said lots of ground, or any loyal PEr. that shall shall hereafter be issued
September parish district, or county within which said land are have been issued or has been'stated _that % -
son of the United having any valid lien uponor situate, at least four weeks previous to the day of sale ; by the said board of commissioners fc> ,such' persons Captain
ARCHIBALD. 'BANKS interest in the same, may, at any time, within sixty and at roe time and place of sale to cause the same to shall be valid and effectual, as though issued r pursuant and several of the,officers and crew : of dol-
days alter sale appear before the said board ot tax be severally sold to the highest bidder for a sum not to the act whIch, this is amendatory. Shenandoah went on shore before the : loans to. -

ATTORNEY AT .LAW.cLLIXWZLL commissioners citizen, taking his or an her oath own to proper support perton.the constitution and if. less than the taxes, penalty, and costs and ten per. EC. 9. And be further enacted,'Th t boards'of'tax was received. This, We are assured, to recom-
*, .7Z.0DA. a upon centum per annum Interest on said tax, pursuant to commissioners sbau give such notice, by advertisement .
of the United States, and paying the amount of the fact and that none of those on -
Intrusted said notice in all where the of sail lots ,
business to ; cases owner sale of lands to be made by them by' authority of
win attend prompt/to,a Jolytf h said tax and penalty with interest of the thereon President from the. or parcels of ground shall not'on or before the day of of law, as tbe Commissioner of Internal Revenue under (except three men who escaped) left the the usury 'j

care.__ :_ date of in tbe the said second proclamation section of this act, at the rate mentioned of sale appear in person before the said Board of Commissioners the direction or the-Secretary. of the' Treasury, shall sel until they were paroled. flow of
and the amount of said tax with ten .
-iii the
and direct. to
r"1.- T. T. 'LNG.J fifteen per centum per annum together with the expensesof per centum interest thereon with the cost of advert order When the news got abroad that the '
the said sale and subsequent proceedings to be SEer\, ._And be further enacted. ,That section seven :. A meL
AT lug the same, or request the same to be struck off to a of the Shenandoah had been liberated
ATTORNEY LW' determined by said ( mmissioners may redeem said purchaser for a less sum than two thirds of the assessed of the act entitled"An act to aund an art entitledAn : -of such'
,. lots of land from sal- sale, and any purchaser, under value of 81ld several lots or parcels of ground, the act for the collection of direct taxes iu insurrectionary role, considerable speculation waS L .,,
'unC,1. the samehaving pad moneys, treasury notes, or other said commissioner shall be authorized at said ,sale to districts within tbe United.satt.s and for otherpurposes l in as to the bearing.'it 'would have money '
Jolj-22.-6mp. certificates of indebtedness of the United States, '"be amended by striking therefrom the and ;
bid off the same for the United State at a sum not ex : complicated ,questions, that seem I
shall upon such redemption being made, be entitled to ceeding two thirds of the .eue4.vaJue thereof unless following words-that Is to say. "Or request the.same, of. _
I ,', ,1VGIULIW7: ? have the tome with the interest accruing after said some person shall bid a larger sum ; andJn that, case to be struck off to a purchaser for a less.som tbsA'two- arise out.of her arrival and surrender t In i'
sale returned to hem by the said commissioners,upon tbe,same shall be struck off.to the highest bidder,who thirds of th .assessed value of said lots or pre ft of Mersey.. By some it was felt that it ; ttis; : i
: LAW Tin-endM-inff nn the certificates of sale:.And provided .'. ground.-' i .* odd' to take to a : me ,1
ATTORNEY AT shill,npoiyttr-Upg tbe purchase-money in gold and ; i rat er an step parole _
: further, That if the OWner of said lots of ground shall sUyeg epin QUto; Treasury notes. 01 the United States '-jibt'll. Andleiifitrthrrenajeted. That'in case app bet of men against whom a charge. of p 1ludedmay
JACKSONVILLE FLA be a minor, a non-resident alien;or loyal citizen beyond or in T7W Wt'iotes, or in certificates of indebt- cation is made to pay tatr"i part of any tract or traei ,., f
4 seas, a person unsound mind or under a legal edoess'agamst tile United States be entitle to receive lot'or lots of Ian4 J5mbracl'ff: ;'me'valurtljw! *. .it.shill. 's i been mad-&and which yet remains < Dec 2nd.
disability, tbe guardian trustee or other person haylug from said commissioners their certificate of sale ; ti51IU10flrs.i ?Ul estimated. It was contended that toh'men' [ ,, .

: charge of the person or estate of such person may which said certificate shall be received In all courts s&ssssssSKSss L their parole was equivalent .; 4
JAMES .M. BAKER, redeem tbe same at any time within two years after the and places as pnmafade evidence ofthe regularity and and ur bli 'from .,
sal thereof in the manner above provided and with .* d g them a chance of escaping
validity of said sale, and of the title of the said purchaser .
ATTORNEY AT LAW like effect : And provided further That the certificate or purchasers under the same : Provided, That ssssSasfisffiSwr upon rjgjerent 1khtes.they,may have incurred; : NewYork

of said commissioners shall only be'' affected as evidence the owner of said lots of ground, or any' loyal person parts ot parcel*, the save M f'J' 'tb" d it was.held, that the I ; .affairs, the -

JACKSONVILLE FLA. of the regularity and validity, of sale by establishing bt the United States having any vaCd lien upon or interest thai originally valned. or ase5e&: 'J ? twr' wegcffi Wy .responsible for\ ds these *, ,
,. fact that said property was not subject
the .
after t'-
in the at .nyjime within sixty days That easb
same.may '
I dill tit UJllrl'Ad tKJdtd1. ft
Nov i mp'' that the taxes hid been,paid previous to sale SBC. 12. 'thaltharh ve taken place;would .
Kf : : taxes, or said sale,appear before the said Board oi Tax Commissioners .authorized and empowered #>
BeD. Is hereby '
.. o J or that the property had been' \redeemed according to In his or her owa.proper person,. and, if a minister missioneR oaths affirmation*In all ,eases .wh re .?the'tUi4ee paroleand would give themselves up : it will be- ',

XOTICE.H. the provisions of this act. -. citizen upon taking an oath.19 support the Constitution U rsGaIre this-act, auo> w..person authorities whenever ,they were -his
SEC. 8. And be it further,enacted, That at any time and,' the" amount of samp may A "
: of tbe United States, paylny ,f si&rt oath or sfflrmatlon 'In Jamaica.
whohaUwil The whole affair however is to
said sale by said commissioners likely ."
after .
within with thereon from the
VAUGHAH one year said taxied penalty .interest stout ooavlctlon thereof;'.Dfe liable -
,. such cast ,upon in the ",
the owner of lot or par. any much d
any proclamation
any person being date of the said of the President mentioned punishment and penalUM provided by tJ1e .laws of unpleasantness. ,'

Physician and Surgeon, eel of ground at tbe passage of the this satisfaction act,. who shall of said, by in the second section of this act, attbe rate of fifteen to the United ttesXthe crime of perjury,' anc shall, Since the Shenandoah arrived in the of this /- F. -"-. _

sufficient evidence, prove to net centum oer annum together with the expenses of the ,_ntnpAnvA. _. forfeit____ihimm__of__ five_ hundred dollars), ri y never, :
that be after the passage .H ,'' there has been considerable feeling :(
or sue 'determined
in DrVp8n. board of commissioners sale and subsequent proceedings, to be by sey
as'mokrUh : ii 'which he
om9 S of this act, has not taken part in the present insurrection said commissioners, may redeem said lot of land from '8 c. IS.-Aodbe-ii.farther enactod.That jrarthasers fested'by some persons engaged in ie : ;

Oct. 7,-tt against the United States-or in any manner said sale ; and any purchaser under the same having at any sale persons-redeeming or.in"wnose behalf I trade who insist that it is < difficulty ) ...
shall the boardof can
IJpaf, to ,
of said '
possession pay
aided or abetted the same; and teat by reason paid moneys; Treasury notes or other certificates of writs of mar DO e1 we have
Practice of ,and Surgery.flR. insurrection, be or she has been unable to pay maid indebtedness of the United States, shall, upon such redemption tax commimrom for,**U'o1 the sam of two dol- cessary-'by way of, vexamplethat ,'wlththe _
Jed tax, or to redeem said lands from sal within the time being made be entitled to have the same, la..t each certificate olsale; certificate of. redemprtionor cers and crew of the"vessel should be \ -

.EMILE T. 8 ABAL RESPECTFULLY TEE above provided for. the.said board or cdmmisdoners. with the interest accruing after said sale, returned to writ,'delivered, provided that the fees 4hus to trial either in England.: *Mr.7 :t
U his citizen allow him or her further time to redeem the same the said commissioners surrendering up received,towUwr.with tbesalary of tho eommissioaers soon. ,; i
&t may hint by upon very, }J
prrel and for district-shall not exceed the sum of fcur thou,. can be proved that thfr fall.of the,
from the day oi sale; further That if for any J. '
two sale And provided ,
years certificates
aWe not the : article 1
a4 saab rf ..** ** *>*** >*;.'*, ana XHat the
CanO''aresIdence and doUa** < under ,
at of
.Office and rooms (for the present) A this purpose they may take the testimony witnesses the owner of ad lots of gronnd haH be' a 'minor &'l I received shall cy was brought unmistakably aP 'fI-'
thai amount
corner Bay and Washington Itet.where an'shall reduce the same to writing; and the United non-resident alien or loyal citizen beyond...seas, a perjwn -',' any excess, thai By be of clerks or over other. i4ployed Waddell's notice previous'to his iu pain- '
M may be found at all Umes, except .pt. States, or any person claiming m interest in said* pfnnwund mind, or under a legal disability; the be anplied said Sa payment eotnmissionera in pursuance persona of this;p act, ture and dcstructlon ;'ofAmerican; produce the .

ally engaged.&pt.23m.. lands, may appear and oppose the; said, application. guardian, trustee, or other person having charge of the by may be necessary,and the balance, if: an1.. there be little doubt that he has I : of 'pro: .. ..J ::
in far as can
From their decision the United States or any,party or State of snob person may redeem the samo so itre ):'
person of tie sates of lands sold.by mare : such men as
interest may appeal to the district court,of.1h. United at any time within two years after the ssle tKreof,and psid M the proceed ib ted a serious Infraction 01nte : '

DR. GKO.' E.. '1lcPHERSON.Physician' Statefor aaid district,which is .hereby.authorised to. in the manner above provided, and with like effect ;, required 6 pald.t. j But that remains to be', proved, arid and oth-. ::: _
take Jurisdiction the same u. ia otherinvoly. And provided further.That at such sale any tracts, : Bib.'l; Aodb* it.fttrtbiT enacted- -any' board I! the'trial 'are'de- :
:and Surgeon tog the unity of redemption.; : And In'tsae said board parcels,or Iota of land which may be ,selected under of tax commissioners$ may employ the requisite nonitwr law in regard to or acts ,the : -,
Office corner of streets fe ot commissioners shO fd.1'or any cause, .Hue to act the direction of the President fur Government use, for of clerks'unrs'eyorsj-ishd'assistants-who shall,'reci i./r p mns'charged wit .offe1 of this
Evidence of 0'a'iort ,Sort before the expiration of one year after,said sales,the war military;naval, revenue"charitable educational such compeJ1" tln'4'aJC JWa-etary ;of the Treaf.ory I1Lthera.mbiguous.was shown In' negro" free.

A)R said district'coart shall .original-'jurisdiction of or police purposes may, at said sale be bid in by said rosy,prescribe; and that any eleriraiJpotnted ''by, said ftbe"ptracy" on board the ship .
Dr.J. A. fl. ,TODD.U the proceeding fur redemption, u ber provided; to commissioners,under the direction of the' President,' board may be specially empowered' by the-'said 'secre ,
cOndZfl take place before the said board of commissioners.SEC. for, and struck off to the United State : And provided tary to receive and coftspt moneys due far direct taxes t Qerrity-HJOine of Capt. Waddell's "; I
AS kjfered to JscksoBTltte F.;,&1W will yZ4be$. 9. 'And be it further enacted That, in cases further That the certificate of, said commissioners and rents for lands 1_ and to.pay them'over to the 'sanguine that he:will get off scat hi ess. : is rarely un .

O tbe1raetIc.ofbi1vrofeui4? where the owners of said lots and parcels of ground shall only be auVctad evidence of the regularity,and I&id board': ProTidedrnoweTerTneJ..h r first give. ; du : ):
Oe and Rooma.-Up staIrS J C.11chOIi BII have abandoned the same and have not paid the tax :validity of silo by establishing the fact that said prop security in such sum and with such conditions as. the I The treatyof4842 'provifles. that f '
& whew h.raa7bprotesdontlly fD a'a b..1D thereon as provided for in the third section of this act erty was not snbject to taxes or that the- taxes bad said secretary rosy direct,with sumia*'to'be approved.!" nrtIo sha1-Ie1LYer'up to &\!' ,- 'Is. but a :; ;':;! .

enraged.Sept. nor paid the same'nor; redeemed the said lands from been paid previous to sale, or that the property.. had br him ; and each tax commissioner shall be heUMiiO SOi1t & ,"being charged, 7Witb';. that"is. not '. ; : .
2m sale ss provided for in the seventh section of this act : been redeemed according to provisions" of this act. : have entered on the discharge of his dutiea"when'.Jaesl hero bat .'
within the 1 Is/
shall be satisfied taken the committed Jurisdiction ,
and the said board commissioners$ .ArrBovro,February 6,1863. a11 hayatiYd; approved security. require .
that sa4 owners hav.left tbe same to Join, the rebel oath, received his commission ,and reported a* .the J'ehlgb contracting parties', 'bon&tge.- :
The Jacksonville > Hotel, forces or otherwise to engage in and'abet Ibis .rebel. An'Act, farther to amend an act entitled ""i' Act for office of the secretary of the Trensnry''for du s .w: sylum or should be found within ; and unad- -' '.. 4I

nMidaHons*) ': and the same shall Jiave been struck,off,to. the the collection of direct taxes In the insurrection ,", 1&I taq!h ., : .
kin the lion,1
J. heroic ete "
, { (formerly' a United States at said sale, the, said commissioners ary districts within the United States, and o..erw..e.i". ,}, .". '. )rie oft.ho" ther. -Tbis, the: ( '

< HAVIKO been rp"a0 tWIYy shall in.the name of the United States Dter. upon. for other purposes* 'approved.)June 'l5Aor.teneieutl: Ct t"Tb 'l j the'North'say, is.,sufficient- ;to I dare choose : '. .- -

, ,I now.O ouT bf tOe and take possession of tbe same. and may lease too even,,,eighteen_. Jjundred, and have been or ahaJl hereafter be..sold.ua- 1 I British GovernmenUn "deU, ring j \ f .phereOr: '
'in parcels to any person,or;persons .t.h-.t.o., aetI of 'rrela .
or Congress > '
together ddr tbe proYislon5otfts'5eVerai
same; declared -3.A; :' ;: I tice" Captain Waddell and his
pbc UADDOC j,4 of the United States or may have i d-n direct
DBWi who are citizens until .Be.W4nkP j.s Smdu ii/ Btvsaenttitivetef tine to the sale cf.landsfor Uxii In insurrectionary .
on .sth their, intentionto, become "such, shall Ot r7K&wVW' fAmerica"ift'Qmgntt 'euie led, districts in tracts which at the time ot sale, were .I that, 1fMi'4.damsthe; American .- '

the said rebellion.insurrection in aid' state That in any case la which a sale of lands or tenementsbaa Held by two or more freehold owners In Mveralty/anyone has.the.uecessary, evidence he can '.
F(. M. MYJELL, be put down and the civil authority: of;the State been or shall) be made by a board of tax: commissioners of these owners'b in-'qthenrtae entitled to re'dcenv 'Procure,.warrants against the i: Boose fij .;,
ent States established,and until the-tteOl'1e :of ,'appointed pursuant to the'ietof whfca this is shall be allowed to redeem for the piece or part Southern I .
: shall crevvofthe' Shenandoah: for
j .i. shall elect a legislature.and state officers., who an amendment and a certificate of sale issued by "the of land held by him u a freehold owner,>as;aforesaid, of the .
C.mmlulou &G i TOT WJdIIIX.. take an oath'to support Constitution of the United cd the board to the purchaser or purchasers of said'Unas or. on paying his proportionable psrt.of the.tax, ,penalty, high seas !arid so bring about, their ; :.
\De .H4Tt' States;to b* announced by*th> 'proclamation tenements it shall and max be lawful for the tax commlasioners ''costs expenses andlnwrest-the' said proportionable .taandtrialin, the usual way.. The .commax t't:,
'ME: 1.O President and untiltbe'Irst oar of,March next there; to issue, in such form u' the Secretary Oft ;:part to be ascertained by f Bay "T$aB*to t,9; :, afler,said leases to be in such form and with,snehseTcuriry &rea.IUJ'1 shall crlbeia'iwrlt'direeted to the And it shall be optional with* the 'purchaser' 'will nq.doubt fully Inquired't ; can

st; \ as.stall in Judgment'of said commissioners 'marshaJl. or tbedlstrict in.which,'said lands or tenements either to retain the residue of the tract purohasedter -,::*/. officers of the, Bhenandoah are, is .a > '' 4 _
M wAJ" produce to the United States the greatest reenuIi.said>4Bee. 'are nted1command1ngh1m to pat the 'said:, a redemption of a part or surrender his certifi.cate .\ liberty,on parole,*but' it. j is: *rian ffl -
LI 1 t a fm bUODeo"i't. ..W. And beltfurtherenacted, That the or purchasers!forthwith( Into' possession.'of of purchase 'to the commissioners, and receive '. will lost It .
g commissioners shall from time to time make such tern iald land or tenements and to make return of 'hU back from them the amount'of the purchase'money.paid -; likely that,they bq.lost c sUht oft ;, ; baa' ., '

: porary rules -eguUtiou and Insertstub? clauses he proceeding under the said writ wltbln thirty .days to with i..terett. and in ease he shall elect to retain' shqrt time,something may be heard a'- ,. .
.. lt" 1thmeflfl. W'I Ctog in said louis as shall be Just and proper to secure prt- the eommlasUiaers,.who shall keep:a record,of .their i the piece or parcel unredeemed shall surrender his comic 'government intend to b1W ra "H

.: J.a ; 0 T.-Jadnoa :*t.B; per and reasonable employment end wpptjrtt;at wages proceedings in the matter, and who may In case"'ofuiay 'certncate for the whole tract purchased, and the ,said t rd whal'seems likely1:to be : % I
:' t1 LU or epoo shares ofthe CrOp'of such permi.pmWUas falters on the part of the aaid marshal .,to'.execute' board Shan issue a new certificate for the piece or certificate g #
8.)7"VeT6erP.1'. teAlua. '; may be residiagnjxm the said parcels or lots of Und the first writ issue alias and ptarles writs,as"be clrcttmstanees ': I fott ie piece or parcel of land 3'tatn d.-',,= #"7 I\ moat complicated:questions arising i I
i C.L which said rules and regulations are declarad-'to. ; be seem to In MM tbe' Approved,1srt4rt865- '.- ,r '. I ;: :
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'I.I 5' J dtln' '1! !.!0 Jamaica flings her gloomy shadow of This ms'i-b .N Suffi f' t7' 1852, with the .snbsci .-Some.little excitement continues ..
:. -,. death upon the dial plate of time, and.pointsto There arrWolulioha, g1O'r. cU _. T'_ "' "i, for the collection of the about the Fenians, The bead centre of

"" \, .. r "l period in the progress bf negro.elevation ;in l .1 I I'the following named 'gentlethenTiSenelected pI1c%; 1n"poscl1rli"c) real estate of the this organization In Ireland, ,Mr. Stephens i.

; I J5CKSONVIIIE, iEC. 9, 1865., to political rights and equality by designing society, and r.voluttonsJnthe mode.8f busi- vizj., Judge 'Walker, ,Governor, Mr. n rertr; hf'8ct [ Aug. 5th, 1861. has been arrested; nl!o another Head Cent ; r .

fanatics, and "political, 'gamblers', when :his, nes .? Wts:were peculiarly struck by this lat 'Kelly,.Lte L Governor;;!; Judge l Allen', Secretary The j portion of the tax charged, $to-Flonda. at Tpam, and committed for trial life

: *: Si 'r' f. 2. STIcA EY. Editor and: Proprietor. brain loses all just conception 'of constitutional tcr revolution, on entering the store of DOCTOR : of State; :r.:jOaibralth', Attorney1 Gene.rl origiaally amounted to -;$7J22GG. It will known that another head centre lubten

c .' :>. ; goverment, and'thinks to find a larger IlAiiTuiDOE, now opening largelY; on.I ;; ,Col. Pyles, Comptroller General, Mr. be seen by late advices from Washington that appointed in the .place of Mr. Stephens

I HOLMES StEELE. Allocate Ed1tor. liberty built up from the, tornado;-elements Newnan-street, learning- his Austin, Treasurer and Ferdinand. McLwxl, aq, order has'been"'issued u pd nJ.al sale thfouh agencies from the United States. .

'1'1 J '. .:: h -What- -will-------become--- orOJd- ompe,.:?. Ofanarchy: and blood. The South must of doing business. His extensive ana'varied Representative to'Congrcss." of property for the collection and The Times comes out strong In condemnation

.4 I /r' '. r. t c': Exv.no. dice? Omnes profit by t teachings of history and the dictates stock,.sJnarke wholesaleprices; ; Intelligible : Judge JB-.AiJ. u..nt! : has; .been,, fcleclcitto J the ecrctary oftbc Treasur. recommends of the courso pursued by the government

k/ Once upon a time, aTrovIslonalGovernorwas of Nature,:and' place a firm,, but just t. hand a very moderate per cent the Judgesiiip of .Este:. Circuit, nnd.L that tllP Southern State be.". allowed. to _asume of England In releasing, Capf. Waddell and ;

J S .. addressing colored ,friends, .telling! .upon the wild elements. within I rh' .bosom.. ,,:on th "New York cost ;; to this per'cent L; Fleming; Solicitor of the same. 'C :-T.T.| tic colection..oLtheksbareoftIuameDOMESTIC! the officers of the .Shcnandoah, and says that' + I

; v'. =r them In plain .Engllsb,'they must' ork' oldnegro or Here is a field for the Christian statesmen heads' five'per -cent._ n the 'ral prices, Long has been c cte Judge in'the Suwannee' ; I they du;ht'nollo have been liberated :without !

',: perish, when be was interrupted by an the I unswervingly sticking to. ,that is I District and -" Solicitor. NEWS. consultatiou with Mr. Adams the Ameri- I
2 on whose head bad gathered the frost to enter, and in ,oble exertions of a comprehensive OnJ pric; v ,
.' of 91'winters, who, leaning with trembling intellect solve .the complicated tl1erii be no higgling, and beating down The followingis .the ,consolidated vote in GEORGIA.' j'I can:3I1niSter.

t' i .t.. limb upon his staff and "rolling his.sightless! problem : What will become of" old prccS: As.to't1I e prices of his goods, we this county. ,No polls wereopened at.CJpdar T1eegslaturoofthiii'Sttte. ;convened "at I CUB..i.rargo Africans has been land-

r : balls to Heaven,""said, "MaUll it said. I want the GtSIBr-to>sk I Pompey and what shall secure. public ,order invite attention to his advertisement, which Creek precinct : 'iIille geYille on the 4th inst., and asjhelcad-j ed on::the North cqast of this Island. A por- .

you one question. Ask ; nd law and speaks for itself. .Let no man now that FOB :OOVEKXOB.: i big State of the South, and the first session j 1tion' of then had been seized by
igh ,- safety ? say l | government
b.. nor, with characteristic, courtesy ; D. S. Walker', .'.. ... ..:.. .... .Sq.S....264
breding. ---m: he cannot buy goods, as notm really LK..GOVFKSOR. succeeding the, Convention,. ,.whiclr had ,so Officials! ,but, by means of some peculiar process
f. ; -Weil, wurwaVwhen.I was a slave: I had a AX AJIRIVAIV-AN EXTERPn sE'. Jacksonville than' cap he .i in T. A.McDonnell... %... .... ....,.... ......191 thoroughly changed the organic !law of the i tUey became blinded their I
it food and clothing, Although rumor had somewhat preparedthe cheap cn &ran. W. W.J.Kelly ..........:... ..... .........24 : duty, and
kind master "
1 whogave'me or O n. These prices vindicatethe FOR ,Staimd having a new order of things to the captures-negroes *were released to the
S fr aad provided mo, with houseing and fire. public mind for the event, ;yet our city arlj F. McLo .. ......CYGRE......... ..... ....110 provide !for 'Its will be
Now, I urn old and blind and/w, what will opinion we ventured in, a l late issue ; that Pre ..i... :.........._.........32W. proceedings scanned parties who brought them over. 4
$ Y' was thrown into a little excitement, on Friday M. .... ....... !.'..,.* ,.... with scrutinizing interest. South and North. Matamoras
old The Ranchero
t become of Pompey Fnend.Ljc .' the 1st inst. the arrival\ of the our own city possessed advantages to make W.ll.FAnson..... ,.., .,!.............r..3.,.... MEXICO.- says
Family by her'o*cheap a market as any other could possibly D.P.ilogne..................,...,.;.:.....4 Hon.,C; J. Jenkins has been elected Governor that the liberals haypnised'the selge :'of tbat
"what ii to become of old Pompey ship Indian River, Captain"Emerson,. 92 J. F. P.Johnson... .... ..I:.!... ..... .-..;....a 'but'President'Johnson has directed '
-of f that
I! lie.; J. W. Cnlpeppcr........ ..........;. ...... ;! city, after long and.fruitless,attempts to capture
;! V: _,. and old Dinah, and Hannah, and all the balance -! hours from New York,and bound. for Indian A few more-such revolutions as this in SKCKETABT. OF TATE. '. he shall not'Insta1 l for the present, and it', having been finally severely'cut
River. S.B.Sessiorte. ........... ... ....,".;.'...6
of those old, decripid and worn out negroes I some otfcgr.matters equally closely allied to B. F. Allen..... .......... ,_ ..'.... ... ...52 requires Provisional Governor Johnson to up by the French,cavalry. Gens.Pensa and
who had happy homes, suited to their. The arrival of a steamship at Jacksonville, W. Scott.............. ,:'j. ....,...j......40 .continue in' the discharge of the function of G 1irida killed
", S the growth'and prosperity of our commerce, T.3Iagbee... ........ .....f..,. ... ...1 were ; and Cortina, HInajosa .
conditionin which to draw out their de 1iningdayaat -. of itself,excites no surprise, as this is a common will make this city bound forward on a new' .IITOR-VET OO'E&U the Executive'Office.It and Cot Garsa. "oun The principal .

; last to receive a 'decent. .buri-l: event. But as it was known that the career prosperity that will,in a short time, A.Z.iLGalbraith.L. Woodward..9....... .......... ....'...........51 is stated that the President ha$ discontinued body of the liberals lately before Matamoras

J from the hands ofth ir masters? Will I Horace Indian River was especially fitted out, and fill her streets with busy purchasers ir H.Archer........COMPTHOLLtB... ................35 pardons of Georgians; and that he has gone In the direction of Camargo The

Greely ; will Stephens ; will the hosl'of abo- horea, crew and working party, for the purpose cJienp market and her a L.Q.Pylea... ... .........................166FrankPhilips has revoked'those of some to whom such hadbeen. Ranchero denies that the imperial gunboat
warred the South of engaging in the enterprise of establishing multiply populationwith ..........,.h......... ...4STATK .extended. ,
S ,!_ .W1\i ckQ; great rapidity. .TUUSCXET. Poyoanoj fired on'the people on the American -

1 ; e. and htr. domestic"peace'and"prosperity,, now fishery at Indian River, and thus We earnestly entreat our friends in>the, I >Q.II.Anaw.JUDGE. ....OF..TUB..CIKCCIT.....,COl'BT......... ........2 I Postal''arrangements are ta established side. Juarez is still at El PaSO, and is

succor the poor old freedmen and give them becoming a pioneer in this laudable effort to to come to' Jacksonville to 8. St. Oeo. Rogers., ...... .. ..............57 at once, on all the rail roads s of the State, and conducting the liberal cause with energy and
that of vtlilckfmdom has robbed them, and develop, somewhat, the great resources of the country supply I B..A. Pnwam........ ........... .......211eouaroB the mails are"tole supplied to the
their wants, instead going to Savannah and OF THE CIBCTIT. people better success of late. While no battles of I
which slavery!nsured to them? Or will it be State, she,'her officers and crew, and our fel LI.Fiemtng......... ... ..........?.. ....153 liberally, by or let of'the Washington '
Charlcstonfas doing of late; for : s. M. (I. Gary. .......;...,...... ........,. '. au- any import have been fouglif, it is evident
for their old the whites bf thc low-citizens, Col Titus and Dr. John West- mnnY'arc tho itk'S. .
left masters
1 they can MM lie that they may 8TATK BKNATB: 21st DISTRICT. : that Maximilian has his hands full, and that

South to become the good Samaritans : cott, who were on board, together with the make, and save theincidcntnl bill expenses of the Bnddington IlolinesSiceic..2:5.-.....,.. .'... .,.. ,... ....'" ..-48KKPBESKSTATION 3Iessrs. G. B. Lamar, Sr.and G. Lamar, the Empire is becoming more precarious than:
these be to thi colony, bound for the Indian River country, .ESKJUL A0SUIOLT. Jr. of Savannah
However willing succor have been arrested
ia that
may ,
;; few
trip to those distant markets. Besides, they J. X. ..... ............. .... a months ago.
negro in his woe, and coming want,yet they elicited much interest from all classes of our should build up their own cities, and keep J. .-Jddok............ ...... ......... ..IS city, under charges of trying to bribe the U. Col. Bravo, of the liberal army, has been ;

have as much as they can do,under-the 'adversity people. As this is the first effort, within our their money circulating in their own State A.M. lUore....JUDGE....OF.................27 S. Treasury Agents, who have charge of the sent by'Juarez; as bearer of dispatches to.

I .that abolitionists have brought to their knowledge, to establish a fishery on Indian M. J. [nrphy..., .....POBA. TK. ... .... ... ...Cl, captured' cotton.
and communities, where such liberal facilities :.. .. .. the United States -government. He arrived
-. H. H.Hoeg. ..... ...; .. .. .82 i
II' hearths, to make provisions for their own; River, on a scale of notable magnitude, we are offered to them as now. We are sure that A. Doggett........ ......... ... .........12 NORTH CAROLINA. in Kansas City about the 2oth nit., and hastened

and CHAKITY 7i0 M"alwaysbegin home." are sure that our readers will take! an inter the Jacksonville merchant wide aicake to M. CLEBK OF THE. CIECC1T. COCK... . The, legislature of this State assembled on to
are le.rn.......' .. ... .139 on immediately Washington. lIe
Four millions people a large proportion est in knowing all of this enterprise which A. ............... ..... ........92 the 27th inst. F. Phillips of
knowledge and for which their oicn, and the countr's interest. W. Ashnnt... .... ............. ...... .. .....47 Orange countywas states that the liberals "have 25,000 troops
of whom are physically unable to provide for has ometo our elected Speaker. Governor Holden has under arms, and that 75,000 more can be put

themselves, and a preponderence are too lazy we are indebted to Dr. Westcottfor the notes SELF RELIANCE.You can't Have you U. Bowden.... ... ..BIKJI" ...201 been quite sick, and has been directed con in'the field the
as soon as raised
.' ..........73 means are ,
I '. over to devote themselves to regular productive to guide us. I ever earnestly, bravely ', perseveringly tried f Ju.A.l'icket. ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR. tinue the functions of his office until further which:\ ill be speedily. The following late

t labor, will soon swell up a list of paupers A company has been organized, under the Have you exhausted all the resources of mind, Z.Ctan T.Ho H. aiH Brnsh... ... ...... ....f 36Jas. >5 orders. It is thought that the amendmentto intelligence obtained from Vera Crux on the-

of :wiiich even abolitionism must stand name of the "New York and Indian River of will, .bodily effort ? Have you looked .;.........3 the Federal Constitution will be adopted, 14th niL, gives a fair view of the deplorablestate

aghast. Fishing Company," with a large and adequate within and t yourself for the means to. accomplish Thol. R. Web'.:.COXL..h;.IJUa.: ; .91cor but it is said that the old North State does of Mexico :

Unfitted for freedom in the very organization capital for the successful prosecution of the ends you seek ? Or, have you JHIea. 8. Price.... .1. 176J. 176 not stand in good odor at Washington. "Everything: is unsettled In Mexico. General distrust

I which God in His infinite purposes has its objects; which are, to ship fish in ice, rested on some forlorn W. H.PickeL.: .140Oco. SOCTH CAROLINA. prevails. Business is paralized. 3f..uDnI.Lu'1
,. hop Iicawber-1kc" CIr power is daily lessening. Puebla ha* been selected
: ... .. ...118Calvin
: seen proper to endow the negro: biggotted live turtle, and canned oysters to New Yorkin that "something will tur up ; that someone j AC08t.. -.4 .... .,6 Our readers will recollect that the Convention -! as general fnmi fiiBg quarters for the Imperial army.
,it has a fresh statef;'and to preserve fish in salt will supply the means of success? Su rarcz.... of this Stat I and baa been strongly garrisoned With AnstrUns.
delusion can go no further than gone, you To.. Canoya. ...... .3 appointed a Commission toI The roacU are nnA&fe. Bobberies are hourly eommit-
.;Jff/Ir" ; in attempting to remove him flora his natural for commerce. For the practical prosecu- If you have failed to do the former, and listened ,JUSTICES Or THE PEACF, JUT POET MILLLJas.N.Floyd. suggest a code for the regulation of the do- ted.no busiaea Tbe!country, ,nor Is is In there a deplorable security state.for anvthmg.There is

v-/ status, with the view of bettering las moral tion of these ends, the Company have sent to the Syren song of the latter, we tel A. V. Floyd ..J.1 17 iriestic relations of the freedmen of the State. I. Or1 aLa lug been strongly fonlaed ia anticipation of
I in aitark by the Liberals. Cordon has been abandon
S 4 or political being. Nature's instincts are as out men skilled in all the details of this you now to awake from 'our' lethargy and .XANDARIXThos.Bowdcn The following is a synopsis of their report rd,. and all the war material removed to the Interior

.ti.JJtl":; unerring as the magnet. "The Leopard can business, and all the latest improv machinery from youdcusi\.e dream Rely 'pn yourself O. I.AcBta.............30' the legislature now in session: Judge of PXfcZds sacceu,,Oen.in their Psic colonization and GOTALLIV scheme.are sanpoine The>

not change his spots, nor the Ethiopian his on a liberal. scale, under the auspices of i I ad your purpose is half accomplished.Will A. N. 1an... ..JACKSONVILLE.... ... ....... ......101 All persons having seven-eights or more of Empress MAxiiuLUjr baa,who started fellows for in Yucatan January.unaccompanied The reception by of

: S skin ;" and because that skin carries with itS Col. Titus arid Dr. Westcott, who are the : ; and exert every faculty, and you will J. ..56Forbes African, blood in their veins, are defined to the Empress along the route was quite tame, axrept In

a written decree from nature, of limited de- Florida Stockholders, and who will direct succeed in life, enjoying the conscious pride HoIIyman Dojrgelt...2 22 be "persons of color." '. Vera The Empress Cruz where was the to depart demonstrations on the 16th were for quite Yncatan.grand. .'

velopement, he cannot progress beyond its the operations at Indian River. The steamer that you have not been the creature of! an J.McCormick .. Persons of color are to stand upon thq Fourteen hundred reinforcements arrived at Vera

bounds; and, therefore, cannot rise in the has been admirably fitted up for the businessto other's making. but the architect of your own Thvft. W. Rbr... ..tOROXF.K........-................78 same footing, before the civil and criminal Cruz on were the actively 12th.and collecting more were at all looked points.for"' The Liberals

'. scale of mental, social, nor political excel which she is assigned, having ice bunkers fortunes. What though you fail to-day, be W.H.N.Snow..6 A. .. .1 laws, as white persons, except where modi. .

lence. By the force of natural laws, he cannot capable of storing forty tons of fish;- and true to your own manhood, and b true to J.C.Ilorton..4 J.A.Noe..4. fied by the regulations instituted. The(Frost landed The Montgomery Estates of.)the Advertiser.. .]

stand still ; therefore, he must recede, ample apartments, capable of a regulated honor; and rally again your broken forces, B.Wm.D. Andrw.....>.....'......4.3COCSTY Those colored persons who now live to- The natural instincts of manhood suggest

::5. ever ha, and ALWAYS WILL, save when he is temperature, for preserving in all their health like the invincible general, to another, and n'VTOn gether as man and wife, are held to be in resistance, either by act or expression to

the protege of a people who hare a special in- and vigor, on their voyage north, immense still to another charge in the battle of life. cbs... J. McNeil., 28 legal wedlock; but hereafter the marriage con- whatever appears to be wrong or oppressive.
I S fcrafmliis improvement and advancement numbers of turtle. Oysters are to be openedby Don't give up the field ; nor don't wait for ---- tract is to be drly solemnized_unner the laws. From this,cause, we. .think, springs, the very
There is said to b sentiment in Eastern general opinionthat. in being deprived of
: from his natural barbarian and savage. inheritance steam apparatus; fish to be packed in ice; reinforcements, but, with a bold front, and a Florida favoring the dismemberment of All children heretofore.'born. are declared le their slaves, the people of the, South. have

i.: ; and this interest is found only in bondage and turtle, as comfortably housed and provided dauntless step, on "once more to the breach ;" the State, and the annexation to the Eastern gitimate. been deprived of all their wealth.

I S .\ to superior race capable within its own for as when in their native waters, fish until you plant your standard, glowing'wih' and Southern portions of Georci*.-Savannah Males under twenty-one, and .females un. However unconstitutional or'fnjur?' -%s.
Herald, 28th ult. succession of acts! have been by fa!
I: it 'natural constitution of advancement. oil to be compressed from refuse fish, arc all victory, on the ground you determine to oc "There is said to be" is rather an indefinite der eighteen-years o( age ; those who ace slavery; has beeu abolished may it .is .useles* \

Look over the map of Africa, and point to shipped direct to New York, reachingthat cupy. We unable to determine paupers; apprentices or persons bound to labor argue and we propose to show that the fact

out a place to us, where its sooty inhabitants market, as fresh and delicious as when f- ----- expression. are by contract, until,the expiration .of such itself may be made of worldly advantage to
\ how prevalent the "sentiment" is, never having our people. Heretofore it has been the custom
;t have ever displayed within ttemsdrcs, an idea taken from the waters but a few days pre- The Bond of Union.We apprenticeship or term of service,'are incompetent
heard the subject broached until our at- to consider a maa-aa being wealthy, or
I of true civilization, or a rude conception of viously. Nothing has been overlooked. have had periods of sectionalism, ripened tention was called to the above extract from to contract marriage.The only comfortable, in proportion to the number

., government calculated to give the the feeblest Boats adapted to running in the shallowest into a great revolutionary conflict; husband is forbidden to abandon his of slaves he nad dependent upon him for*

I l progress. The missionary has been among water, with all proper tackle have been provided now the dawn of conservatism and broad nationality the Herald. I such a step is contemplated, wife; ; and if he shall fail to maintain her and support. .The number of his broad acres was
: however, by any considerable number of our hardly taken into the.account. Is this the-
them for centuries,and a pure gospel preach- ; and our curiosity was not a little excited sends its cheering rays overjhe citizens to for his chrildren, upon sufficient proof he shall ri'htviefrofit?
we beg suggest
: edvamong them, and yet they lie foldedin by noticing one of these, not much whole country. Vermont, an extreme N rth- their consideration, whether it would not be.bound,to service by the District Juge,from For the purpose"of cultivating a tract of

a deep mantle of impenetrable mental larger than a ship's yawl, arranged as a propeller ern State, speaks to-day the language of better for the future, welfare and. 0 year to year, and the proceeds, ,of ,his labor land, instead of having to support the actual
witha litMe engine that could be put 'Florida. Redfield, an eminent jurist prosperity number of hands required to do the work,
and moral blackness; presenting a nightof Judg accrue to the maintenance of his family. And
of the State if the different thereof have had them to
our planters imposed upon
In and taken out of the boat at pleasure and the sentiment
; of that general such abandonment
hideons without expresses renders his wife
gloom, one twinkling Stte were annexed to each other. Possibly compe. clothe, and feed and tend,at least three unprofitable
ray.of. well founded hope. Look at the history so arranged that she could be propelled by of this, upon the mooted question of pegro It tent to engage for service, and to'exercise'all ones to every one'whose labor was
have to divert of .
of the West India Islands, where J5r oar or steam power. In addition to the suffrage in a letter addressed to' Senator Footin might a tendency a portion the rights of an unmarried woman, except pt profit to them. Few of our slave owners
\ S the trade of the State into the hands of our
and ever disposed their slaves. The natural
Hah wbich motives of master spirits operators proper, of this November last : the right to
philanthropy means recontract marriage.. The father -
4 { own merchants, which now finds I its way increase in numbers was looked upon as so
British interests to elevate the Afri- enterprise,there are 47 German laborers who "As the representative of the Natona.Gorernment.if is all of bis children
whether cash
) sought the support much increase in and in this uncom-
arrange & through different channels! to tbe marts of the
can by removing him from his normal condition. are designed to co-operate as a colony, for te cl up t tbe rebellion existed, we should wit they be: born of his wife or of any other wo I mercial manner they added up their books at'
horticultural and fruit insist ..bu4In some reasonable Georgia the end of the only to. find themselves
agricultural, growing bUD41 t tbe meropl.k year, :
Where ,
;' now is the pride the wealth, tme, a4w L steps t form new -- -- man.Therelation far.
the magnificence of those Islands? ,And purposes.. coludoD wherein This we all do the not population consider at should' b A- 'REE FIOHT.-"Wejegret to lear that, guardian and ward are fix poorer In order by to support-this constantly increasing '

; where, show us where, is to 'be found the The steamer employed by the Company, same rprnte.. ne suffrage. We a notcomprehend on the afternoon of election day, the 20th- cd'to be as they now exist'in the State. number non-producers, their lands

moral and political progress of the negro? beside being well fitted up for her purpose, do with bow that the quelo.O."eme The national bare' Consti an.' insL, a free fight broke out" in Lake Maj. Gen. .p..E. Sickles'has! been. assignecl were skimmed over, 'and! the spots which
tin Cty.
.t Do they exist in the late insurrection in Jamaica is otherwise admirably adapted for the busi formally J&that as an iuhereut and uo- From what we can it crew out to the command of the District of this State,. promised most returns for the labor alone
surrendered Thi is don by the fart of defining gtber were cultivated. Old fields, grown up with
? And_are they written in that tide of ness. She is the notorious steamer Clyde, the electors rgbt. of the House of Bepresentattves blood, and worse between 'on'feer.ate and will make his Head-QU8rt rs at Charleston pines and briars, took the place of what once
Identical with the electors of tbe most numerous
the successful blockade and
blood and fiendish revelry' in murder, that. runner, was built branch. of the MYer18t legislatures. There Soldiers and, Confederate, rcJ 3Iaj. Gen. Giljraorc'will report' to the had been fertile plains.7 The homesteads were
in Glascow 1801. She is 200 feet long, is n/w no otner mode I neglected and the cotton and the corn
Chief of grew
i: could glut itself.only In.lhe mot hellish of teele' the row became so exciting,')thaVtj&e Engineers
of representatives}n the National g far from their doors Most of the .
18 beam and products
when loaded
; attrocitics ;, equalled alone by the instincts .feet. heavily United States Constitution,I epr terms, troops garrisoned there, pit .b"fplo('.4 el .?. MISSISSIPPI. away of the 'plantation ,were expended in
draws about six feet en the qualification of bJ* FU to actionthe
which prompt the'hyena Is the lever of water. motiv SmrJt willt id>$r *0t$t to attempt to it, or took a part in it, which led to much excitement The lower house oft e Mississippi! ,legislature feeding the population upon them. Very

his moral advancement to be ..found in that power.is excellent ; and she, is capable C'UffN&t*is'nr, *cQjtrol aoie the elective the franchl National, on the part of the citizens i ; who, in has modified its.refusal to ...admit negro litile.was.,left for real substantial gain.

Feticism bf the rites of which running 20 miles per hour. _. 'The Q.m who hadjoncb e their 'into these fellows and Slave labor,being at an' end the first object
one Harper'sIllustriated Stl. e l"8 pitched testimony against the whites, so as to permit
.On the day after her arrival, in therc- 1 ue .statutes; or to beconsidered; ia.;th_ .getting of a proper '
,. displayed to its readers some few *"*-*0' or eaUluveu most perceive at one handled them. roughly.. Col. BPRAOtE being it hi cases where the person Coffering the testimony amount of paid labor to till the land it is

i .. weeks ago, as having occurred 'In the city ence of a large number, of our ,.dtttens."sbe Lba?*W' ,qqeon "lc all elective of.no *lair argumratFjtn telegraphed on the occasion, judiciously, is a party to the record' It is believed proposed.to cultivate For.this. labor only

I of Mobile, where, the cross of Christianity took her.departure hence. for.Fort! Caperdn, and,.jhtof4eflnlng It hone of Tie tbe frnchb pow dispatched'a'company of white troop .from the Senate will acceptnhe modification.Gen. will pay tie: required. 'For, the feeding of
.i on'the Indian River with three months ers of all free ore which cannot such hands be employed,
r glitters on almost every church steeple? sup away'except CTrmet cler cnelo: b'tke this place, to relieve the,colored troops' from Thomas has'b en. sent1 to' this, ;Stateto will the products as will of the land'actually tilled 'alone be

.; Where are the Institutions of learning ; ply of provisions, and having added to her utter annihilation of very first-principles of national duty, at thnt post who have been 'ordered settle the conflict authority which had expendea The surplus clear gain, and
the of liberty. And he must be a D ldSun who would assume ;
Col. Titns
< \ 4''.: where the.nationality;; where the government company family bearing to claim that the states have vet ceded this to the 'nation. .. away. arisen between.Provisional. Governor Shark. may properly be reckoned as a credit for the

JtI that the African has :.founded? Mad' ; with. her and ail. .on board the. heart-warm, States. The did not troth concede is, as araw not only thatthe .. ey and Governor Humphreys elect. place.' ,
wishes of all, that she should have a safe tion of the Cotutitnaoa\ delr Let us. now look at the real wealth of our
misconceiving, fanaticism J Thy trophies are Natna equivalent lo.ma W The Lizzie Baker, Capt. reached TEXAS.
;: to her.destiny, and that:the richest r"aUo on the-contrary the nation Kig I people. It lies in their lands; the vast for
: :: the rttm of'a' once. happy .branch of theAfrican 1 the States, and bUilt its own elective this port ls"ol'y trdl' fr ahi. Some apprehension exists in Libe.rty'coQn- ests and the outspreading prairies, the pleasant

11 family' ..which: rested .securely ,. L.i ,8 success may crown .the bright hopes of all consider franchise this upon point that more of the St.,,We a disposed-seems Capt. King wi our thanks for ty that the negroes contemplate an insurrection valleys and the" gently sloping hills.- .

.i. j -. blessed In the hands pf.It* superior guardian, ,who have embarkedin, th'e.noble:enterprise, to nave existed a de 1 baa experienced late papers. ., as they'openly nvow their right to'a'' These constitute' the people's: :wealth." This
either capital,.skUl, timelabor or patriotism. and prudent reD to it,and also because it ----- -- '---1. is riches, (.0 Which the labor of a few dependents ..
nod surest1 friend. What "will become* ofPompey that it is division of property and ref se'
to extremely ht
seems us acmelegitimate to the '
< accept '
'k"- Fo -,l rid& and h hopes, this is: a' stepin mnctlon In the if possi Passenger list of.Steamer! :'Lizzie BakerM. -: is, In comparison, as a drop to the
S t"Cfc tciHsttllbea*Zace'butnot to a' Gnret
; the right direction this particular jun<> ble,be secured. *- .T. lou, they Collier and mother, Mr.:Foster and wife, ,most. hiberal'terms. 'of 'hIre.. Gov. Hamilton" ocean.
I bum roaster who would still have,fostered are an Inferior aud bat recently inthe Instead then of being cast down by unavoidable
and bonds of &dedt ra L; Lane and sister,'D. Powers has been requested by the citizens to proceedto .an
JS him for interest sake, (if the Jhought be ,ad; ture, we cannot:.withhold our Jl.eary den it the more Indispensable that, .lnl-rsn-. Mrs.JJeriot and Grn1eldT.'P., Kerby organize a militia'force'sufficient'to quell' necessity, which grew out :of our
commendation from Colonel Titus and dependent position should failure to establish the Confederacv, our peo
RLWoodland Miss
not.for.Jhat but to b here'rl.Wt TTooa-
missable :
a humanity
; MrWelcklf
), disorder.
cott, ;'for the'intrepid, and may we not a possible deenc. against ti.Iutu lad, .. Also six deck any pIe should at once address themselves to the
CAPITAL;; ; the'most" exorbitant, exacting'and, f tl. cannot I violation pfexpress lcntosh passengers. Col. R.H. Epperson has gone toW shin -' work that.ia before them and by earnest
patriotic spirit have manifested in that Governmentnave .
grinding of masters;_ ,which live and thrive BY. : :they the lw. Th l'. t., lc.l.Na0Da te more .reason. ,-_. _. --.- _i' ton to complain of the corruption of the' officials zealous effort exact the.tew.ard thaundostry
-- without one pitying emotion for the "sight this enterprise, Nor could we omt' mark why they should set a"on- prudent'reserve ,NEW.DRUG STOKE. in their conduct,'and.. the unwarra'ntedassumptiou and.sagacHy invariable"produce;'
with satisfaction, and approbation, the ,intelligent and caution, not powers not .conceded .The many friends of the old firm olE P ofpower.by tha Provost Mar- Let them determine at once to be independent
the and above all not to to themselves Web '
less balls" Pompey. Sopn will negro arrogate powers ex- .
l discernment and' .unswerving .faith presaly denied to them, and conceded to the States,.lathe stir & Co., will bo'pleased( :" learn'that'they,, ,shalls, and officers of the Freedmen'iBnreaii.,' ofth world. Having selected their
learn to exclaim,more generally than we have very charter under which alone they have any' ex-' "t Gov. Hamilton. issued his proclama.tion ground let them labor to'make.it yield. Ia
alreadyheard some'of them exclaim : "L\i d' which those capitalists of the :'North'. have tence or power.of action., p4:.. have'leased bne'pf: the'fiuo Storesln. Sammis'1. : calling a convention bf the people thro. order to do this they must give, if thtfjhope

: deliver from friends." / thus maniest in.the rt'lrc of. -our'State. : -* ,- Blockand fitted, it up wlthahlthe necessary. their. delegates. ?. to receive. Let their lands be manured and'
me '
my We; shall watch the career:of this enierphsewith PERSONAL.je'lia41i .' appurtenances and appliances 'of.a ,first. .class S :;;- .-. ploughed thoroughly arid well. Do not undertake
But"what of the whites?. Are they, not LA'TEST
deep solicitude, blevin that, it is the :: ( pl asurO.. of ,receiving a ylsit Drug Store. BY TiLioitu'uFrom more than can be accomplished. .
S : too, injured by the :.destruction' slavery ? [ the Savannah Papers.] better is that one hundred acres be cultivated
Yes! butonlyfor a vJak. They are,the truly pioneer of many 'others .like ..character; 1 ''e day*ago, from', and making the agreeaoleA9quaintance Dr. Webster is busily: in 'arranging WASHINGTON, Dec. '6. well than thricetme hundred acres should be

L liberated while the.negroea'.t tters have been seeking through;, hvr' hundred wide. '' yeQ. I of Mr.; Ben.. C, Truman, hi itock'pfmedl i engg ;arces. lu the S Senate S the. credentials of Messrs. neglected and spoiled .- ,-

I : to, t make Florida, tWl 1 of' the New York and will be.prepared to.dispense the same Alcorn"and Sbarkey were presented, but no The immense estates of our people it properly
rzdct' .
t j ; i : ,; ifritd with a sadder. .doom. 1' the prra1weIh rtbe, Coronal of action(;was taken thereon. divided,.and worked will form a most
I St3te: .correspondentj the of two
I. ; vc : Go build your school houses,} and'organizeS Ii .. 7m .Tr \ th4 course- or.. thre.days.. In the House a resolution,was unanimously powerful agent in regulating the commerw
:. yourihurches and.plajrjhe to[I 'lstIlh1ng 1HECI1ANICA1* ; .above pape lrom: JMiliedgeville I Ga.during ., FB i' passed that the public debtough\be prompt- of the world. As It is,-even'now, the chief-. :
J ,'., < 'her.Convention'and has :taken very U'BEFt Jypald. .. est of our'products rules the markets of all
: -. J ltel1.eorles; Ia. o.;.' the nddy Our'attentloh has beep Arrcted1i the excellent j and liberal vlewl'btlhe political ,stabs ,Pate in .East and.1fldd1eiqIda'baving : :'The Secretary of 5-the Treasury recommends nations. What mind can calculate the added -

+; ;, cornpelienslon of the negro, ye blgoU .and. workmanship. those. s1dUfl a1sap, 'jut South 'the and the Times beef cattle,to''dispoge.of wpulddo I ; well ::to attend that the collection of the Internal Revenue power apd:Wealthr pf our people and their
:. him Messrs. Clinton & Russell : e since war; Grlest taxes in the States posterity +hen their r lands"shall' all bloom
P.9l 4Ltaye$i, who have used lii tt as exhibit hi'fc. to the .notlc'or Capt ,'-lieadedProposals accruing prevIous to the y
up'th which he represents;has ever been equally so fto"1 ''for.fresh establishment of collection offices be Indefinitely and blosS li1whth'cattIga d sli**?'"311 beon'
nc Store of ; l :
the future l : w Drug : beefM
dInten&1a. only to.use g : he
i 1 w iast1i r, while! '1 loyal J tQ.tbe/, ,'Dlo.nf.f; rand,both postponed; : JiJer1gt. for your owa' aggrandize I I &; ', l In the Snml Block; These' gentlemen -, a cordial'iweptijflfn' fromxthe hands of ',' ."... 'under the Direct Taxlavr 'be ,suspendeduntu.thettei cabin shal "ascend front ''every;,field. Kai

; t1.. :.buJiatlve Southero intelll- : vldedy-matr) of their.very,'useful mert .** ,*,, ';T NKGIVIa'DAY. : shall have an. opportunity roads-ivD I form*network all.over the land

."S'. '. ', hk 7ih; ) fy.ou fouiiiauds, he. .and; b' trde, jrombi&ingr cultivated our people.. _. .".* 'Agreeable,to. : .. t ,apiaflon, ass U1lng'the'. : payment .of,the, tax' ,Ass. .. ;. to tlon.supply'The the Jand demands itself will of this increase-..great hi,popUl value'

.. k n'.. :dogs turn and mirids.wfe thorough! mechanical skill- ., : from appoIntIngTbursda1ast 'a day'ofJ Thanksgiving ,-Hew York -; thalthftblood
:: : wnJr.pllk upon t* The Cy Jbit, 9apt.- Talbot, Mai-het. tour 101 1; Let:ill go to work'

,:,'. d"e"\"oUi offcIoyou[ templetfof learn .Tiework, }allud 4o ,Is ;r red1tab1e l I 'to: Charleston,:vja Saannabcachcd; ,here .on ; -the. merchants. 'and:;-iradera.pfoyj; : .- : KEW;TOBK', De.'O. of ourtin4redwhiCh lisa :been poured on

', 1-4 tt;1ji1'ti; 'lila 1oung' Idea them,}and will attract; uen f.(oI.its suj i erior Thursday J last ahdlcftcn'-y : city,.closed.' ;t telr.prcumobserved! .places"of:.bu8tnes3, andxw;: | "'--The' Cotton market to.day.wa& duII Jt ''witii for as like,water/. may' rest In &.8oiltaat, ,Whave'niade9I or

I ," :,- '1 ; .: ,I flhbh. completed;. W6 would stray thedayin An tarprbpriale salts of,1000 bale, at 50 cents' pound forMiddling ,, 'gem and J-Wl ?
S Mrftnel oa ibejfppts-.wbere .your when : refer on return/trlp.: :Tutseif ';please .. > per .., "' P- < -! *: ;-
>TboW to bet : : ; ."lr: ':- ; :> v'f. ; {-"' 'I ; / :. >. > -V : r-/* \ ').." ., oI I. .
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t In thanks for.faTqrs-shown. ;; .J : JI
4-_ : been erected to their advertisement perla our .' ; "- py' ., ; :'l .. .
r ;:": :churches fO the.living' Gpdh ve J8'pt accept maner : !j.t: ; Gold quoted at 48"14.pVU : %,;. '/t:...h.-.,. ,'-1.1.,1ffv1..ISM <-- l',W.'i5e1 ._>.: ,' .

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ttHTFLORIDA', UNION unmod: yefrirjl\he,weakness'or our: iW 1 < -:- & :; -: ctIl' !-& 1J TT; .- y '. ::,t 'a'. ,
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row the the trm conviction that it wa only JUItle& May lt 2 W rfirij iriti :, .,1TiEMARKETS. ..' :. ; 1 4rsmATE

jsiiED EVERY SATURDAY :MOHXINO: BY upon scene the minds be not soon toraotten &Dd JUay it.1papt'eM o < ,feof ;5, 4.t4 .. 1.- S tJlt'O icWNT? t> ENTis'r.ZACIBONVILLEI : r..etl nds1;, aDd Carpcnten,
: Of all tIOkIier '
; and chi11an.' the ;
J. K. ST1CKNEY., > that lwp obedience to law..ud anc1-u be truth Jaekftonville Market TLA. GIY23T jlSD BPZCtFtqgBl : ':
and the oue who fur- .. 'exacted MILLDiEThYGoODSWHOLESA r folly written,and furnished for all irtrk required to. ". '
a moment dlll't'l'Ud it : .. au JII1.&n. rbe _
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cornerofForsythand1.- .
briap Office ,
TEEMS t upon his own bead the awful fruits ofhia dJaobed1eace. McCarthy Obined ....... ......... 90 a $1 05 :43- TfoT'lr-3mp l done. : ,,:
pernnnm in Adnnce.f"'O These unfortunate learned itaU too late. The :" ; ,: Roller Ginned ........:............'. 85 ft 1 00 5olp>AfiIajaadlb TepalrimTOf rvrnitare, attn.-' ,,1 t t. :
DblCripuou; ,uki'n for 1M.than Thre<- wontha.asrc audjudiclOUl arran3'Cm make for tile OttaIlon'pel'feet Saw Ginned..J. ..... ......:...'.;.,;......,*...- QQ70 ded to promptly and also varnishing A share of pub. .' ;.
t Iit' flt8.ApVITIIIG. I'den great credit upon the omcen 18 dlatp. ,' T ''p r .i tPL1Ds: :' : &-. ; Uc patmnage respectfully solicited_ Aop for the pre '
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: CSpL HamDlW. A4a..uI aDd Jordan &ad Lleut niu. 'L Ordinary."....................'..'..........* 80V SS DREW sent Id rear_f Mr. Warrock's State Bay St. .. t.If., .

art 01 the Ut. audLielU.Orouman. ofth 1Ua u. Middling................................. 40 a 43 JO-Order left wlthT.E.1bt"hnG. LmberMer. '
4Uar Mr 8 of Ten Nonpawiel tinei, lora I L are.ezalliledto more than ordinary praise 8. Middling Fair............. .. _... 62 Booksellers and Stationers, chaat.' Bay Street,Will received prompt atteatloa.JackaoaviQe.FUl. .- .'
1-o nn : OUt' "olll&r for each sab.qn t Inaei- firm and judi,lout conduct In the discharge lor' their LR -' n.e UaL ; .Nov..18. l86JrltADMUnSTBATOS'S S

uDpleaaanl duty. of their Flour per bbl. .... .. ....$14,00a $16,00 JACKSOXTIIXE, .
ceo in&d.)$0 P11fltfl$4veItMi.1. 1 cannot c1oe vItho'tenderiny Hominy, per Ib.:....... ."..-............ Se BALE OT EZAL ESTATE ; '
;:"J1toa Iio Capt.BalDw111 and loly for the personal thaDb .com Meal per Ib........:.''.........8 a 10 the article.usu Hy found la Stationery Storl ." >
J'() 11 PRINT INtf.tjle Oas treatmeotI received attheirhaod cordLal:&lk1eourte- We Fresh Beef per Ib.............. ..-...10 a 15 ALL be kept on ban&Ordeti respectfully!. :On..tJJe'UtJada7.r.Be r. :t) 1
;toLleuL .: have just received a large and desirable Chicken .. ....... .. 4-ly ieton' '
nouly and pronpUy executed.jcamer man for counCeu kindness extended to per pair ... 75 a 1.00 be sold at public ootcry, the Coart ;,:
II tI Ttfy. Capt.Ward and engine and to Ea-p per doz...... .... .. .........40 a 50 WILL door oISnwannee county; at H of
,- 'for a a es1on*hOlpitaUt Mnagrove,and the 8t.11az. STOCK': OF Butter per lb ..;........... ........60 a 75 tneland.andtenemeatsof:' : T.,3fr1n,Iate" .
Fannis Capt. McNeltyi I during the entire time until I retained ceDt1emenly tODdPCt SweetPOtatoesperbbahel..._. '... .,-.: IM.2,00 VALUABLE LOTS of said.county, deceased canslatinif oitsix bondred ". ;.
tiThe which I readily recognized to JICJJonTWe, Irish' -per bbl ... ...........:.5,60 ,00Saranniila and twenty acres more or leat, with about ninety
I Savannah: arrived at her wharf on yesterda I I CoUUI7." by- "to the voters of DI1..1 illiz7 Goods JACKSONVILLE FOR! SALE acres-In cutti vatton.- The lands are of tuperior auality '
from return --- B. larkeu. valuable.Lot. 105 by 86 feet Southwest MARTLI4LEEAL ; .
will leave on her tip this THAT cor- ,
v and thanks II Flour per bbl. common ........$9OO a 1000. i of Bay and Newnan atreeis. Abo. the lot(105 JESSEAdministrator. '' "
dsYfe\ l>ojr to return our to thecapt4JT I GBITUAR-Y. And have fitted up the Spacious Chambersover Baltimore Extra..;...11,00 a 1200. feet square) Southwest corner of Bay and Cedar streets We1bom. .U-ta. "

la'c Savannah papers. The Fanbrou'ht -j Died at his residence of typhoid fe\"er.in Jacbol1. Biee per .9.K near the Bail ROad Depot. For terms apply to Dr..A. '' .'
and vifle. on the night of the 18th store Butter per Ib in tlrklD..7.a 50. S. &" .
our ,
: a fine freight, many passen- l\oTember last, Theodore exclusively as a 4. IL Internal Improvement and Btruap. .. ,
Flotard. Jacksonville NOT. 4 tf
aged .53 57.
I thirty eight years, and six months. He. '.' a
: w"a native of. RESTORED MARKET., : .
crs. Augustine, Flonda ; but removed COTTOX. _
-- i to this city at the age of nineteen WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT .., .
where ,.27 38r.
years he' a U. S. MAIL LINE. 'that Internal .
given an
the 5a vsnnah lierald. paaaed the remainder of tu life. beloved and honored Middling................"*........".it NoncE Is hereby the Ln; 1 -
to ] aa4 Land of the State of Pier. *
Telegraph I'fioIIIDmar by eli bo knew h1a. Good Swamp +
l py entaUou.virttie .. Where have of Goodsin IIiddling..M.
.40 we now every variety .
man 0 ,
heretofore been offer *foe jle bare '
exalted truth and honor falsehood The favor;e Steam Packet formerly known M the ida which have e '1
,' of the PrcsldenUVASHTIISTOV ] .**:. lips nor an unworthy act ever Bullied ueier bin' falrname.at&1Ded his this line, such as Yew York KarkeU. "St. Johns"now named the been restored u>market bx the Trustees of the lateral ",.: '

\ December 5.The To an educated and refined mind he united I ImprovemeutFund, at the following prices: .
and rairig habits ao that those unobtrusive Ladies' and Misses' Straw, Velvet,Hush and Gold.. NZWYOaZDoc.21855. HELEN CETTY Internal Improvement Lands at 29 per cent above -
only who .
Presiden Johnson was read to Con- penetrated .'' a I.'! their value. .
ttisdsr vwsasc "It .ys that reawtenc*to the Governpfh.rinff the knew barrier UelntrUuic wL1ch his native modesty threw aroun4 him Felt HATS, of the latest style : Superfine State and western flour.. .S785a8 00 Swamp appraised Lands within six mDe,of any railroad at -
north of Ida EjitrabUte.... Commanded Captain 0. Inprabam is again
hau tfd itself the first question to be attachments. or the .....815a8SOClMiiceStale. ; permanently : I
""Ju..*is.wbethorthe territory within ..the limit.l genial was walk warmth of his generous soul. Yet his blame. Velvet and Straw BONNETS; .........8 35 a 8 65 on the line between Savannah Georgia and $250peracre Swamp Land,more than six mIles ;j-from any ran--: ,- .
nprightueasiu society ateapted Common to medium Western Palatka;Florida, touching at Darien Brunswick St. .
l attem.ied to secede should be beld a. the obaerTation extra 8 15 a 8 75 -
'latel.-bicb under military *, emanaS .and elicited the eommeD,..-;of aU who Black and White Edge Velvet Ribbons ; Extra round hoop Ohio.8 80 a 9 00 Marys, Fornandlna and all landings on the St.Johns rosd.atI2SpetacrePer.onsbwnlng IuipvorementOflLtyOf. aaid land ,1

nert'd territory President. lie considereTttat jiilltary; marked his lire among whom be lived respected *died Silk Ribbons Western trade brand..............905 all 75 River to PalatKa carrying the U. S.JfaiL are entitled to the preference in the entry ef the laod':. .- '. -
Sments tbe ettsbbshfd for an indeflnate period would lamented. He baa pawed away,-in obedienc'to y.' ; Common Southern...........9351025 She win leave Savaonah every. Saturday 10 o'clock for months from : -
ElToffered BO security for an early suppression of dis- bire'a great law, in the!prime of manhood'.u eftil ess. Feathers ; Plumes ; Fancy and extra .1030*1600 'A.M., arrive at Jacksonville on Sunday,and returning embracing the. publication such of imypvementa tlu notice. tb/e .' .
leaving a will leave for Savannah at 4
o'clock A.
*n.t would have produced a vauquished people full weeping wife and three tender ehildrenv Commonausdian..815850Good : every. Tuesday- 'HtOU A; CORLET. .
Snomed hatred rather than restore their affec- mourn the irreparable Iou of one of the ben of hn.- Ornaments ; to choice and extra..-.?.8 55 all 85 II. Salesman'DO.Trnsu*.LI.Fund- ,
? theory Ii. aU pretended acts of band and fathers ; while friendship thick on everr wire Ribbons ; Bye flour (.uperflne):... .....-.:.8:* 6'5 For Freight engagement or Passage apply on boardor Nov.25,1865. 25 ot 0
1am. The true from beginning nun aud void. Statesectat hand and society,unite with them in grief OTer a true Cornmeal Jersey...........4 25 a 4 50 to JOHN 8. EAMXIS & CO.,, ..
:OIl were treason nor secede through their todifjfj friend and a pure citizen lost alike to all. 8. 1 .Milliners' Needles ; Cornmeal, Brandywine:... :....;.--.".;:.:.6 OOa- September 23-tf Agents T.

citizem commit who may have committed treason. Tbe DIED. at hi. residence Cedar Cape Lace Corn",meal,Brandwine,puncheons... .....25 00 a- 3>.c.cABY; ,;
on Creek in ,; '
Dnral Upland. ..MoMe. A" O rf T. '
US. to secede placed themselves in a eon. the 15th ,'WimU.W; I1NDs. .
atempting county on November ,
Jut after a' lingering Bonnet Frames Ordinary... .....33 '37 38' 39 Commission Merchahtr :
functions were suspended but not j : ';
WneCoL lOB
their .
4 where Baowutn aged seventy yenri and .. PAT THE HIGHEST .
refusWeb Middling .. .....61 ,52.53 53 I THE :
aeiniyed I. but if any Stale neglects,or per- eight day a The deceased wa born, in AH Saint' price for nncurent fund ASD .
: VELVET OF ALL COLORS Good middling...63 54 64 65 \
11 more need that the General :
there Parish South
; Carolina
on the 17th A. H. McCOBMICK.
IJrII1 It OC' clay of November DEALER Ill llA VAL STORES
.bouJd maiDtain its. authority, and asfk 17V5. Whenaboal fire Jac.bonTiUe'Oct.. 18& --. _. 0
'' yean of age his father removed 21. -tf. '
ft eooa&I icable. resume tu-functlou: On'ugs prin- to this State and aettUdon Doetor's1.lndinthe eouutv And a Beautiful Lot ofF Quotations for Uncurrent Money. :WANTEl'. BALTIMORE, MS. ]; .: if'NoT. -' \

I.acted. Gradually,eqnilly&ad -almoatwper- of Du val, where be regained nutil the death of his fa- I CORRECTED-: WEEKLY BY A. H. MCCOBM1CK. a GOOD BAKER AND CONFECTIONER,ONE THAT Office Box : ,
the 17-3mp Post 350.ED
restore .
-STible steps be sought to rightful energy tter when be removed to Cedar Creek and.settled at f JcOO J rFbOYWf ( is .
znaeteroithe and
Stte General Oovercment and of the Statea. To t jat a point about eight mflea from the place where besettied GEORGIA.AugustalnsfranceandBanklng. I H Business having a good I .

?provisional Governors were appointed.-parties in later yean, and where was terminated long C mp :.." 'cen '. .recommendation.at Madison C. U.,can Fla.find employment- JAMES ROGERS.good wages \ .C>. HILTON, Jf,1,.Kl fTKAVA3T5AE. -, .

iI?the late terrible conflict must work together U bar- useful, and bonorable life devoted to the happine*.. Which we offer to the trade at the Bank of Augutta..................20 ceul Oct. 14, 1865-1-in Madison C,' H.Fla.MAEKET. SZWYOBL'" .,
111. It i>nut too nuch to ask that on one aide the of hi.neighbor, the interests of his state. and a patriotic -f Bank of Athens... ... .............-.i25 emBank \ .d ___ HILTON &EANDELL.WHOLESALE "
.." I restoring shall proceed in conformity with loyalty to the different sags under.whose govern- Lowest. Prices.We Columbus. ... ...s.. ......12 cents -- ,:
nm nefs to cast the disorder of the pas*' int6' (band -' meat Florid passed during his life time. : Bank of Commerce .. .... .................. 7 cent '
JjTioI1 that on the other the evidence or sincerity lie came to the State when ,it wa uDder Spanish Bank of Fulton. ... ........... ;;.18 cents i GROCERS
In tbe'future maintenance of the Union shall be put dominion;and attained the age of manhood, honored ( most respectfully call the attention of Bank Empire State... .. .... ...10 cenu :

fOld doubt by the ratification ofthe proposed amirerrsmendmect and respected by his neighbors for his mental and I the.trade in Florida to our stock as bank Middle Georgia........ ..' ....55 ceutt OYSTERS ,OYSTERS 193 Bay street. near Barnard, l
i1& of the Constitution.' This amend- moral gift and culture. Throughout that time aDd Bank ol Savannah.- ....:.....40 rent ".
iMotbeinp. op60. it wonld remain for,'the.State 0ftlUme at the period of reaching manhood, the State had a f Bank of State of Georgia............20 cent 8AVAXXAH., GKOGZA.- '.. } I
their plsces In both branches of Congress and very mixed and,lawless population which required We, Import Our Own Goods, Ceniral H. B. and Banking Company.. .......80 cenu THE subscriber takes this method of announcing to Are Constantly Receiving per.Steamers ;rlMri '
JKHtt*complete' the work restoration. The' Presj strong intellect to govern, and firm hand.to rabdne. t City Bank of Anguiia.......- ...:....20 cenu I puMice that be is under,many obligations for -
tot.T.that the General Government bira no author S To these requirements, manifested a high degree | and shall be constantly,supplied with Farmers' and Mechanics'......... .. ..12 centGeotgia *- i put favors and topes in the'fumreto be al".,.ready XewYork-, ,-
UT toroke the freedmen electors: that power remain young Broward added an energy and chivalry of character ; every R. B. and Banking Company......SO cent to serve his friends In the town'.lId country at short The Largest and most Complete .\3---J:
rib the Bute; they can decide whether it U to be which distinguished him among his conutrymen thing new and desirable, and shal Lai ways be Marine Bank...... .. .. ......60 cents notice, with the best oysters. at,the lowest prices ,by I "
adopted It oi,introdneed d gradually.'with the eon and which had already attracted the attention of the able to compete with the New 1 ork mar- Mechanics Bank..8 cenu the plate quart or busheL sortment orGroceriesin-tln City .- .

aiiion.' bowl'Ter.hat the itood filth requires Spanish governor, Joseph Coppinger- Beside the rude Merchants' aud Planters'Dsnk....... ..10 cents Price per bushel :........... .....5 cents 43" Ordersfby-ilail. aceo'DI llDiecl"b1 BeIU11a" .
the IH'Unty of the freedmen In their liberty, property, and insubordinate elements her bosom, the coast of kets.Milliners 1'lautere'Bauk.. .....,.... .........12 cent Price per qnart....:..........".....40 cents promptly. fined at lowe market prices. ,.5ovl?tr. .
rizfct to labor and to claim jurisdiction of their labor.It .- Florid was then .warming with pirates and armed : and Traders will please give us a Union Bank ... ... .............. ..10 cenu- I Price per 1a&e...... .:........15 cents -- -- 4I
I wiH be hU constant aim to promote peace with all adventures, eugaged in piracy robbery and the slave call before going North to buy Goods and Timber Cutters Bank ......... .. ...... .5 cent. Per dozen on half sheQ...:....10 cents TVriT.T.TNERY GOODS.
W foreign nations and thinks they are animated by the trade. examine our stock and prices SOUTH CAROLINA. t At the Jacksonville Market, Stall No. 6. -

IUIlt' disposition.Xituroniaace. 1 For the better carrying on their unlawful traflc and Bank ofC&mden .. ... .......... ...20 cents B. K. CHASE. I ARRIVED a large and well selected stock .,' '
billiFerent rights to the insurgentgtilrtwssnnjuBiCablei life of blood a large body of them determined seize liauk Charleston ........... .............18 cents November 11-3w P.O. Box I! JUST suited to the wants of this COZDmII11'.
but Great Britain was an exrLtoa upon eld Fenundina, and make that place the head. Jno. C. Maker & Co. Batik of Chester...... .. ... .....18 cenuifank Orders from the country. ,. solicited, and carnally *': <
she built.hips furnished men and materialofirsrtotheinfcuiveiit. qnaiten of tlieir schemes and a retreat of safety. Un of Georgetown ... ..................15 cent. TOWING. promptly filled. -
.. A jnsiincation of it cannot. der the name of dnhapenians a large body of iJani of Hamburg..1: ?. cen.. H&TiDglllOdated'with meMr*. E Guier, of tt:' -4

tefasiaraedlftbre the tribunal of tile world; at the them attacked and captured Fernandina ; whereupon 139 CONGRESS ItaulLOf Kewberry........ ... ....,,....25 cent. powerful new Tug, U. 8. GRANT Captain plaetf. we are prepared to furnish all who may lave '
.me tm be doei not aflvtsw any present attempt at| governor Cot. iuger at once conimisoned: the then Bank of South Carolina....."........16 cent THE ,is now permanently on the river for the us with.their patronage. iL A.IIATTAIK,. .
recImI"$ sets of legI1atloia; for the future the friend-. young Broward captain and comman&uite wnd placing Bank of the State of South Carolina.......16 cents purpose of towing Vessels, raft &c. formerly, 31. A. .barne_ .
IhJp lIP en the two fIIamlt rest on a basis ,a P a force of Spaniah soldier, and a sufficiency of the Commercial Bank Columbia.. .........13 eeut' J. 8. SAMMI8 k CO. Booms at Mr! A. Onler'a. O".-ln _
aUt1i ljunice. We ban wisely foreborne because I militia under w.'OmDland.he sent the young officer S_ .:V AN"'N"AS,' GA KxthangeBank: Columbia..................15 cents Nov. 11-tf -Agents. .
OesBeced propagandism of republicanii-m ; bat II: to drive out the Carthagenians and to possess and hold Far.nen and Exchange........' .............12 cents DRESs JIAKIN" '
abotldb*scauso of pat calamity to ourselves and, the town. Tikis trust aDd duty was gallantly executedby List of Prices sent to any address, and all Merchants' Cherv ... ... ..?.. ..._...18 cents r :
UM nut of good government should any foreign powcicaaHenpe the yoanff officer after two or three days hard fight orders filled. Dec. 9-3m Pe p1ea.Bank.H......".i.. ..' .;........41 cent. i iPlauteol'll' NOTICE. MBS.C.A. SSINNEB,' INFOBMS. THE LADIES
the American people to its defence again ing. during which both he and his command displayed promptly Bank Falrfield .. ........,.. .15 cents ,that she baa now.locatod ta 11114
foreign interferance. lie rallies on the wisdom and l 1 much intrepidity and tte officer7.nnonestionabLe fen Planters' and Mechanics"Bank........IS' cents CII weekn.after date,application will be made by :.and is prepared to cut tic and make drtaae. ia':

jnr.irt of thoee power,to respect oar system of noniuterfemjce erali2iip. Aa ii evidence of his regard and approval SouthWestern R. R........ ... ... .....23 cents the undersigned, to the Judge of Probate of Dnval the neatest and latest etylci. Kesidencecorner. Oceaa.
which has w>long been sanctioned by time and u a tokeu of the merits of the work executed for LIST OF LETTERS Union Bank.... ...' ...:<.. ;;:.;....". ...60:cent* county,for letters of administration on the estate of and Fomytti Stweui. :
the advantage of his government NORTH CAROLINA.Bank Samuel EQls,late of said county deceased. Jacksonville,Sept. l -tf.Potatoes .
governor Coppinger inPo.t Office at Jacksonville
donated lo the young eommandante and captain, sixteen REMAINING 30, 1 65.GcKTLXXAX'fl. Florida,I r of Cape Fear... ......: .;.; .... ...30 cents ; JOHN S. SAM1TJS. .- --..-
PROCLAMATION BY THE ATOlL thousand acres of land from which be afterwards Bank of Charlotte... .... .......... .24 cents Jacksonville Fla. Dec.2-6w Potatoes --
] through hi. industry and probitY. built up a splendid LIST. Bank of Clarendon... .'../'.,'....../:...10 cents -
The city Jacksonvflle having been.rb1he proper fortune. During the balance of the period that Florida A Leekabh2Letford Bank of Commerce... :.'..'.......".. .15 cent NOTICE. B"-RRFt.SUUSBPOTA.70Es. 'I 5
authority returned to the jnrisdlrtlon and control of the I remained under Spanish rule CoL Broward was continued { William BaukofF_yettville.... ... ............8 cents M SOOttIsbeisCorn .
thu law. except In the eases enumerated in the Pro- I Lt his 8p'-nib commiasonsth through a stormy Aelienres mr e Luther 0 Bankof Lexington........ "..... .21 cents Selling Out Cheap Close >ow in store and for sale in quantities to suit pur- -
clamatiou of CoL JOB T.SPKACUZ under time 01 peril to the country and to himself be continued Anderson peter Long waiter p p' Bank of N'onh Carolina ....... ....30 cents Chasers at ,WELLS' ;: .
sonville. \oV.25th, 1865" which chte.'Jack-1 to discharge his public functions to the advantage AUmcaptnwAndrew thomasAndes Lo d d Bank Wadesborough. .....u... ...18 cents the on!ern. September 9-tf Auction and Commlasion Swre.
crime are still held under cognizance { society,and with honor to himself. Directly .add> &Coalfred Bank Washington. ... ............8 cents .
ry authority. Now therefore I Hourrro after Florida was ceded to the United States governor thomas* g w I Uocost charlesB Commercial Bank of Wilmington.13 cents THE undersigned i offershis stock of Gro f HOUSE WASTED.WANTED .
Mayor of Jacksonville do hereby resume and enter on Dnval commissioned him colonel a position then of Abeel p Laiton alek Farmers'Bank of North Carolina........25 cents Provisions Wines,' Liquors.: Setrars,'.ttt., : a House large-or small or part of a House.
the dnties of said office of Mayor.and give this public higher trust and responsibility than of later yean.Ue M Merchants'Bank of Newbern..i.. ... ..25 cents tc, at reduced prices to close the Concern. Merchants to J.uUJ'fLfBlGGIN8.: ',-
1IOUCe of t1f1 re *tabliabmentof all the Laws, ..Ordinattcei was frequently elected to the Senate- from this Baker capt agustasliram I Mead william 2 ALABAMAr and dealers are invited recall early and secure bar- Uct 21-tf at th e Drug Store. ."
and requisitions pertaining to the same and county, aud always served with usefulness to the Browercharles3 a ilurry Bank of Mobile... ..... .........55 cents gains. .Sale from day to day until closed out. ", -
the official.execution,and require .a due observance' county aDd State honorable distintion to hinwUT' win hBrower ilcCoal wm p Bank of Montgomery. .. ........ .....75 cents F.K.-HOWABD, TO 'BUILD RS. .
thereof. CoL Broward was no ordinary man. Nature had en- Brackett John McCabe James p Bank or Selma ...... ........ ......18 cents Dec. a-tf NoJG Hoeg s Bl ck" Bay Street. <
la witness ..H. H. ReeL layor aforesaid, downed him with a comprehensive mind, and he bad t i Mather lake 2 Commercial Bank.. ... ............' .25 cent .-.. will belurnished:with tbe Lumber they -
have this day axed my band and seal to this pub adorned it with much acquisition of knowledge. He Brown mr UcFoi Daniel Central Bank..,. ,.. ... ........'. ..23 cents BUILDERS to order: much to their advantage and sav-
he notice: Done at.the Haver's Office"at the city was distinguished for his prompt public spirit to bOom John SlcOuen peter Eastern Bank...................40 cent SECURITY IKSUEANCE COMPABTNew Lag of trouble- Jao Shingles,Laths and ltnck.T. .

JacksonvfLe, this the 25th November1865. aid important object that tad tb public good for Brtgan uenry John Milford h saferrttt Northern.... '... ..... .......30 cunts -01'- E. BCCK1f AN.
I H.H. nom.I their end. lie was a generous neighbor; a warm and Brooks Burrett j r ch.rles n Southern. ....................,.65 cents Oct 28-3m JaekaonvUle,FLu t'
I -; .A Mayor of Jacksonville devoted friend and when from necessity an open and Bryant BrassBUnchardjl McLean Campbell & Co York.. t
, ., I manly foe. He was the Idol in his family ; for no better 2 Mickler hon James h RICIIAJIBS A. BAXTEB '- ''
i I I husband or father ever made glad a happier home.Ha Brown acu.t.u 1I.arUD Ikeettjsmes gcurBoots d ttrtisemtnts. .MABXSE FIRE EJfSITBASf. .c-- .
"Special Co *eatJ i deaee of the Florida.] 'did In tfc i bi. om- *his"family with his strong in- m N --r' Office oa the comer ofF. and Ocean Sts., ShippingPorwarding ,and ommissioiiMerchants -

teUect unclouded breathing these butt noble words : PrinceBoltoajchn2 Seal henry -Up,Stairs. 'R. F. FLOYD. S .
Excentlmi ills Jlutbleen of the Byard : ,
.f U : '
"I die fully conscious 'of' dis- -
having faithfully 0 Dee.0- -Agent. .
3d_U.. S. C..T.-. tt reruajna.1. -charged- my duty' both" to God-and Han/- I. Brooks John I O'Neilmr "- and Shoes. .1'JACKSONVILLE FLA5 '

JAggI1iLzDecember:.. 'S n I r Yo A well selected stock at retail PROPOSALS.FOB FRESH'BEEF. Large advances'made' on COi1IIfpJD m. All order
Editor'Florida. ZTaiasi Escaping from the disinterested Crowley cap' 0 t Phillips Jt liege me58nCanOY' by received executed.' ,.'.'1 r ," it itpromptl1' !
iffiportBnttiec of -.and"leaving a half l roiiitctrfis'tneuls.. I lJiabee meura 3 Perry limon T. HARTRIDGE Sealed proposal! in duplicate will be at this 28-&l. .\.
office until D-M. 20th 1865 for the delivery .of ."Beef H :
fledged election on your bands noon us com. Cote It Co 11 h Pert1Da It Omg.DU' nCurbeu -.
lortsUytnataBed is the saloon of;the pst Mary..**- james a 2 iierce richaN aCanoraa Dec. 9XewriAri Street Cattle' Savannah Georgia in such quantities as .- ". i
It was a positive relief to know one could open his ee. DRt paul r a maybe required for tbe Subsistence of Troops in the ; ... I- ,, '
and not see : "To the V ten of J>uval'County." etaIn GOODS Cule eo1 ard11 1P1rth B'Coombe States of Georgia and South Carolina to ;commenceJan. : to contract with parties for SOQiOOO feet '.
*at him from every post wall and fence and we en- cap'. .3 ON CONSIGNMENT. 1,1866 or as early as practicable thereafter. WANTED LOGS delivered at F.AT t G.'C.JEL Bi; .
will also be received for the' of
toyvd tile bliss of lb*feeling tour tumoat. By dint Cole P b' ,WIle I aCummoDl Proposal delivery tiighet market price paid torca.at'scr.ap.mnr.old'l':
ol unheard of.'backing*'going ahead"running sideways r christopher I 11oeejohD a 10 Barrels .................Apple. Beef on the block in such quantities. aa may be required. Bruss and Copper. J.CAliDY CO. -

"stopping" in all of which the Wyoming" AT. CanoOu capt p b adrus stephen M ...... .......;;....Potatoes. oct,28-tt Jacksonville, Fla. ,
was deeply interested we at last ahook the dock; and earuyJo&el'h B4ycapt jihu 11 .-" ...... .. .. ......OnionsLlllnflneorder Fei sons forwarding proposals must* state their ermI'clearly 1
Aarted for Fernaadina. There were Capts Adam. Car Lewis tObeflsOu john and explicitly. 1 FOB SALE
and Jordan and Lieut fttuart ordered on the melan- Cald.eUj tBlrUs..m T. HARTRIDGE.Dec. proponals must be endorsed "Proposals for furnishing '
ehoty duty of auendmg tbeexcuti of the mnti eer.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D lBo1Jert'arriD 9 4t Newman Street. Beef Cattle."',""Proposals for famiahiu Fresh. IC n h ACBES of No.1 land on Flemming's Island ,
Tbrrr wrre several dvflliana and last bU not lout Dads w Beef','aa the case may be, and be directed to the 'undersigned lOUU beween'JIibema and Black creek: 150 aeres' ,

*we.** Tbe voyage was marked by so peculiar crest :::.. :. 'II ,_ Drew oUTer g IIWbLion S1.eeOIa at Jacksonville, Florida. ot wuiou are cleared about 400 acres-1 hammock, and .
save perhaps tbe perfect calmnnsa of the sea that ,. andrew ;jSmith wm a GZOBOE SAVAGK. XDWABD HiTT.t. Successful bidden win be required to furnish sufficient the balaJ1ce-piDetand.'For apIJ" CoL ,
BY' for the fUihful of. the A.H. at Jacksonville or.to UM aabacribgr '
mirrored sky quite as serene and beautiful, Both Jacob surety performance con MeCornuek. '
bees james
were as prim and glosy as if recently, starched.and Durrue John Sole pard henry h SAVAGE fcHAIIE, tract, "" on the premises. DAVIS- 'FLOYD.. ,. '
iroaed. A remarkably abort paasag broogUustoFemawdina E 3suiiIEbrileb Payment will be made in such fondi as may'be furnished : ovember 4 6tp if ,
and the following morning the kiadaess of norrIs Stewart .tewart and Commission by the U. 8. Government. Any further Information I ;
Lieut.Groasmaa.7th U.S. L enabled a*to enjoy de- HARTRIDGE_ F .iutto James r Shipping, Forwarding required will'be furnished by ih*undersigned. Land for Sal. '

Iffhtfnl raHoti about the Island wilting in our ramblethe Fairbanks It Bro mea IrankFiDk4 .' ELLWOOD GRIEST.
Lighti..- n.ta the keeper cbeerfollyaQowednstuex c ISmith 18hiveriekpsel ; Merchants, Jacksonville FUu,Dec%-St, "Capt.,k C.,S.-V!.. DES1BATLE FARM couttini.g 32t)acres,situated ,

cUmbiagita weary round stalra. Feeling andrew Stevens conatarU PILES FISTULA &C. wnkh there i.a.comrtshIedellingand: silnecessa- ,
the Ee econtinu.d0r Dee. 9-tf ,. ; 1141 tn -gooc1 orotsr About bty '
After adding our name to iater. I Fraser james stone george -- viola acres
ride.ad the beach.and arrived at Fort Clinch, Fink daniel ShOTtOr JOhn I'tR J. A":CLOPTON, of Huntsville Ala, may be eon- are cleared and under fence.
in time partake of tbe hoapiuliiies of our friend FLA. cathire : HART Apply to W. Palmer Mosely. Midison C. H., orJamesEY01I1lr.'Lab
just Fisherieses;. iS1mmoDSDr p. B.. ,,. U suited for a abort time at the Florida House; He .
Capt. Hswnftt u4 lab;to the shape of an excellent : FowlesSh T guarantees perfect satisfaction the worst. ease offfle' Qry :. -
dinner. Tbene bark through Old Towa and li.aud Fisher g w dr elibu ATTORkEY & CO-qN8ELLORAT LAW, Oct.28 -tf.,

11 fenH"eTT..cixbt returned u.to our botel alia the S.--. FagenoD t h IToiaDd mr Refer to'many of Ute most prominent citizen, of the
"stxvyg '= ;, .. .0. I a! ,Jacksonville, P11.> State upon whom he baa operated. JOSH CAXDY.. 'TClOtiS cu
The iftr3ag last cad act In the draoa,drawn- ,. be can. PERFECT i.
j.ayi0r 'Call be when''you
epnraoaTerry ?
soon gone
Godfrey UTJSZOUchristtbenJnot may -
Btate CARDY & CO. I
In the and United States CourtsDec.9tf .
is ttttbadb apart far a Will ,
ed aa PJ djbappy eq.,, 000 pieces Prints Empire,Wamsutta Aliens Sprague., Co Jk CURES GUARANTEED Vf THE OLDEST, ,
.rather thau.the dismal.work befofe ;us., ..AnomniCfe Grace Josiah Turner. ; james s. 2 CASES. ,ilAJmPACTTJRERS V07*' ,
badly fumlahed., b7. ,Grossman, Merrtmac and others from 20c to'8Gc Glasgow samuel -y. I -.'.He has operated upon three and four hundred a year, '
conveyed the party to the Tort where mntfl.the appointed 20 bales Brown RnirHngt and RVfMpgf. rom Sic to Green mr ;IVinxant JohnGarnesit NOTICE.TO and baa never lost a patient. STEAM EXCISES, SAW stILLS.SUGAR ROLLERS.TROXAXD -
time we whiled away the weary hours a.best 39c t W.- L scksonrille Dec. 2-tf., BRASS: CASTJ5CGS. : .
we could. A brief Interview WIth the condemned was Grant Israel IWeeclman.b. LWhitas. Captain of Vessels and Steamer.arriving at this n. '.
afforded as by&. Hammifl. Commanding the Post 10 cues Bleached Shirting and- Sheetings. from 30c Oeawjng albert o .I*. 2 port we can offer offer a comm Jionj wharf and .J CSONLT4! FLA. \

we found then omcwbatdeprasaed, and at times wild to Sic CreeujtieboD'IWl111..n, James good warehouse accommodations and very, dispatch NOTICE TO,CONSIGNEES. oct28.u ;, ._
and almost frantic in their calls for Divine '.- H Wicbefull.t will be given them loading and discharging their -" -
'They were fully aware of.awfal fats so soon awaiting 1 case_Bleached-46,in...Pillow, Case at Me Hamelton brit Walker,Henry cargoeI.; flNJADAYI1c TIllS.DATE' .CDTrON OR: '
them. Tw ClfCbe were catKollcs and were attended lease Bleached.:-,,84.Sheetings $1,10, Hawkins Dennis Wllliaoj. f. t.d.Week. SAVAGE t HAILE U other Merchandise remaining at the Depot or Yard GARDEN, :.
by rather Chamboe'the remainder by Bev. 60 pieces Hck, from 31 to 48c' Hagan josiah 1 ., peter Heegs Wharf Jacksonville,FlaJ I for 24 !.will be at the risk of tl:e owners the company received by-'steamer Foontain;.'a lot of. Garden, ... ""f -
Mr.Eml .'.resident clergyman ** Femandina liannani wflllam a White nedWoolen Dee. -tfj .'I II not having store room BRY8ON. JUST> which will be warranted. 5 t t
boi of whom faithfully continued. their kind offices GO pieces Denems,from 34c to-Sic .u -I sam!. L 4. > _-_I Jacksonville, Dec..2.-4t.IICFO1M1ATIOX .. &.prisit sdeai ;AT WELLS AUCTION STORE.:J .

'lip to tile TfI1 men of the executlan.' : The foBow- 60 pieces Apron Checks from 48c to MeCO Johnson capt John iVilson, flied k Holmes Estate Sale.ATWildo'Flaonsaturdaythe23d September 9 tf '-.

tnt is ali t of the prisoners: --- Brown Jeans, from 39c to tIc Jounce franks 7ortb, General having been leceived that ma-
: Private Joseph Given Companv'It;IdU. 8- C. T. pieces Johnson t Duncan Williams edmond ; wu1'.be10M &.in cutting timter uponthe GtLF ST.t.TE'1Y8UILL. Cr/.coP..LY: ; .
: Private Daniel Craig Company K, 3d U.6-C. T. iO'pieces Brown and Bleached Canton Flannel from Wright, louts InsL,, Paboc Land of the State the Sheriffs of the, several .
I Private Jacob Plowder. Company E, 3d U. & C.T< 40c to JOe Jones JackiOD Jack WID b benj M to the bichsst bidder, three town lots with.a counties, and other officers and all persons,,who feel T-4t.rA1rARSD PLA."r -
, Private Joseph Nathaniel.Company K.8d U.S.C.T. charlie y, comfortable house containing eight rooms. a kitchen,, interested iu preserving from waste or damage the INSURES agalnrt.loss by Sir bn" bn"Bwelling.'toa.: :
I Private James ADen Company E, t.d U. 8.C. T. fiO pIeces Kentucky Jean.,rloiu'33e to Me Johnson L tW1lI1aml' and good well of water ; also forty,acre of land, ..one. binds appropriated for the benefit of Schools Seminaries 1 storey churches academic, hotels. stablcsir '
, Private Thomas Howard,'Company 1,8d U. 8.C.T. ,,30 p eCet Ginghams from&Oc to Soc mile from Waldo on whicb u a. good ,lot, cabin and or Internal Improvements are rerjuexted fuTnisb workshop and btiildiojrs generally.. Also Ou' Ite .
the of mn- Lang tony good well l of wair with six,acres, of land ,In .enltiva with information respecting act of hold fonamre merchandise, cotooo b w.ftJHJcn ;
1 They were tried and convicted on charge 75 piece.DeLsines from Ke to i2e \ UBT. me any trespass
tie-Iii sbOutDCM and w1"g Ueoteaant Colonel LADIES'. tion.; Property, belonging to the estate of, -A.,.) an.. thac may come to their knowledge. on plautation and cither-property; at medente ..Us : j '.
I Brower.at Jacksonviae. ,For this grave and,serious 100 pairs Blanket., B1ae. Bec. Jtackluaw, Whitney, A 3aD, mrs mary 2 deceased.- 'of.&* -Term., cash.-- : HUGH A--COBLEY. premium. DREW OAKLET 1'.

I offence they were sentenced to be shot. This was approved ClMlsea 10-4 U-4, ia-4 from, U,50 'to'J1J.OO per Albert;ml. emlllne Hawks mrs' i.9 / .U...-McHAN,- '., Executor. Register of Public Lands. November. 11,-tf Aeenta.fer" Eaat FlorU tt. I -_' '
De 3t
by Major Gcaeral Foster, and ordered to beearrtsd pair Adams mrs.,mary L i ,; .1'_. "- < ,. :HOT;:;1965* .25-Sa 'r -
into e4ect between the boon of 12 o'clock M Anderson miss_ anna m. Jonns mn memo : IIRlted. States' ef A.JBeri', i3 ,;: .
aadl P.Mon Friday ''December *,.. AOaok 0,piece.Flannel Bed,''Yellow- Whiie-and' Shaker .AuadA.1i 2 lolaDllon.miss Phebe ; WJP TED. Sale.1HAT .- .
'awledgfd their jtnilt and tbe justice of their fate; f.om45cto too,' 'J. '* ,Alston cbrrtotte Jenkma, miss h .For. : ihe1.eiygTD'thttbo; anluiiof l>k'/"t :''
U T.one who persisted ta'dedaJiACWI innocence w pieces PiaJdLlasey at<5 B. J1 gentleman eiperfmc in the V..n? n.gemenr and 'ft' U d' NOTICE aaaess'.upe* the several lets aad:p*'i-> '-', .:
tievery jaIL Tbe draadad boar at. last crept on.- Braddoc mn ssrah tfeClenanmlssaarab', ? A wottlngofhandslt desirous of taking charge of a desirable residence the'town of Jackson ot Iandnitnate In the city of Jacksonville Dnval c* .,K '
Ootapkuy Ii.7th U,ti.1..cmnmaaded br Ueut.Grots- 100 dozen Laidia k O nta. HdkT., from$ ,&to tll.OO Benarde amanda ttlddleton'mrs Joseph7 .. ; plantation or mm for a wfdnw lady*:or .'others. Com- at the corner oUlArkeUnd Forsytha. streets.recenUy ty and State oft1eridS.pursuant to aD ad of Cone."' -
man U.8.A.j Oompauie. 0 "aR4"K..lath u;8. C. T., per dozen Brown miss m. Moons miss Ida' pensatfon a 1eCO'D4a1'ObJect.rC, occupied by.Aaron DaCoata,.Esq. 1 Enticed "An Act for theCoDertloo of'Direct"T- '*>
I- Marie- '. 'J '. w .( *. AIM a tract of land on the SL 'John's River about Within tb- Halted Stand ""
commanded by Capts.HammiD aad Jordan were drawn, and Bnttellermis; Montgomery, Mn Address wR.-C.y! Insurrectionary Districts
1014ozenIr ldteaf! Mls as; Hoes from$2,50 to $10OJ ,- Miner : "Union" office. two mile from town;.containing 13C:acres more or JOSM 7th. ,,V5
tp with loaded arm.w2ibii the For*. Tbe firing, J3TU ,-tnrs mary ;VMWMJPVUarsban tDec,9 2tp, Careof; < tor other purposesapproved
t,w re.elected from the''Uth-'aaW1 C'\PfttnrAedbf .* per down 1'f' Braddock. misa margaret ,miss Caroline. ; '14., ,' ,'.. _,.". : leas. Apply to ,COOPER BISBEE. till remaining due, may be paid onevv.. .
.Stun Provoat .Jtanfeai. When ,thel00nh7prepmtatioiis 101 dozen Gents'and Boys'% Hoes'from i2Jo'to $10 .. k.0WD tutu mary 2 N. roo' t :. -_ n li ov.25-tf, her 31st, 1865 to John 8.Drijors at tim Custom. 'HOL'' ,'. '
wen completed,the prUooer.wweUkenf"Ma Snnen nrsg. Nelson.'miss] a, Notice. in the city of Jacksonville aforesaid.J' ': ,
their cell aDd to the funeral notes of the ''Dead C0pedoz a! .. i .."- BrooPi mtaa ada' P ,< '- ."' J.'D. STICXNEY.) .- Direct... .

1brcL"taken to she apo&MIeO&** tJaetczseattoa fa. J3 dox u Balmoral.Skirts from U.K; to$44.each Brooks mn Ineretla Prone, tulsa tansy .THIRTY' .days after tt r t publication' of thi* 'noI -, School' a dEctithiaiy Lands WM. ACSOP. >, .Couunlaion, for the' !

tear of the)'.. An seemed to have raEid Uuwaelvr.far 2J dozen SslrU,'Hickory, Calico and White from$!& Butler, miss carrie Price mrs B \ice I will apply to toe Honorable Judge 'of,PrObate RESTORED TO MABKET. AUSTIN SMTTH" j "SUUf" of Florida' :' ; '
tb*final at-ene,I bave never aeen six more erectaa4 Mn Sealy lopeno,mean November 58,1865tf: 'Y f .
Bram. ftf Duval county, for an rdr.to the following ..
OT dozen -, .
to } per, .
? : > ::
umdaanted men then they as they marclued forth to Brooks mrs bannah' 1' laud belonging to the estate JOfFrand.B.:'Johnson ric1ncib'1i bj'giY ithat the School 1 'and Semtnarr :,

their death., On*brifiU nnlatto'smned.a: 11aa 10 dtten Merino and:Fancy Wool Shirts from .$13,00 Bust miss dmy, Richardson, mn e 2 docessed,to wit '.._ ., ,: .. n Land*vH!hxid*are restored to market, and .'
It parade and Mid a cheerful"Goodbye, my boy," to .rr.o Pera: _.. C. '"" 4 Sasaall, mn Jurr"a I CommeDdBllr aUbe south west corner.of:land soTBlackirood are now .u .toeBtry-*$the mae-prfee. and on the CHEaP CASH .SfORE. )
naortba erow<* as be paaced fIGS tiIerem. f\r *t 00 Wool SLawl;*from g3.TO to 1' J8.00: Melt" ehtoa;.mUs Louisa 'Randolph, mn Row" k Taylor running westerly along the bankof same terms as.beTowi. .suspension. ,of eales '
At the place of execution,'air 'Waek'J'rldI eWB Christopher,Loulaa UCnmnvngs Rlgnd.'tnIMl. northerly nine HUGH A. !
< -- / tbe River to XeQey'corner-Ujese* COBEET. t 15 Sonti the Mar-
Qlflcc 'of
Kretch.d in ghastly line: awaited tht Beb1114 pda miss aaffl.3Cay.TBrsemelin Robertson Ffler.1 hundred feet thence easterly the same:number effect ,.Register Public Lands.Jej,23fl865. ..,.' the old Post '.
M placed aM belt, quiet texuuat' IS '.) line of -' jrl. keUXake City,win be found one of the best De ,
: aan ao soon to q.\b \ 7- ,. 'as the rive front -theoee aoatherly in A .. .25-t .
.10 IN Ia tnJ fIl.-Q ,raIpIaiDd a.rtag p&rtJ Christopher mrs e 2 Sanders shy Blackwood; 2aylor laud to the pofIItblbednulDg." '-- lected stocks of Dry Goods and FamOy ,Grecerie. that
of aiL nrearofteaeoiDpanyo.&he Ua u;s.L Crocket mrs n w Smith mrs e r .: : ,_ .- : 4 LOtUSABV. oNSO.:, ". .. .::: : ,14CDOlfTsu.z.1oT:.23,1865. neuouetothWmarkeL AUofwhteh I am.sefflng

were placed in line sad OB either aide Aetaehmmu. of( NEEDLES/ i, ..:': ; ',:. cra.blneJDraJ. .. b; -__. SI1IUeT JDrI el el:_i._" _Adn'z' of the Estate. pt-Francis.R..Johnson, ,. U OTICE II beret rglveo.h&Ttu&aktD out letters cheaper than can be bought' eisewhe ; '
The- TbeeharW aentenc* and approval were THREAD '" D' StepBen. mn.e) i ,:pgc. 'w. c' II'.Of Administration on the estate of Eliza.Baldwin. 'N.--ll, 181Z-tt. .A B.$ATHWU.L."
um read by Ltom.Stuart UM little mulattomade PINS r.: ii1es.'."mh; .'t SmaDwood mn man 9 *t _" '., .,' 'I I late of said town. .Ied.an persons indebted to said : "- -- :

:remarks,admitting the Justice of his doom} and "-BuTToNsHooks ?' Dosglu.mias mW4 I. 8tewartram f T' -r estate are notified tamake Immediate'payment to me .. ;NoTIci.: ; : -
aD present" bs-varsedbf blamd tiS'uageu Tbe DI1is.JuiM Dil1*v. L/--: :> ,, or my agent;and alI'PfTIOD4 haTteg'accountJ against a
". were the. adjusted that shut from their eyes :;' .J.-f : CANPEYES.JC.C. f F ""5.er'mti:. rose.,. 7..' : NWYORK.BUGGIES, said estate win present them for settlement'within twoyears 2lIItTYd5sfterdate. appHcti&>a'.VrilLbe 'made .t
wTyft.the light of the blwwd MA and the lair iky- Tr.byinTIporestesMrs .', w. O' ,. or they. will be oarred by thistottce.'
-' t 9' ''" of J 'tor
w.t ; -0 t' ratibrdcounty.,
the The Wholesale Pricta nLtherIit. .11na1Ow D 11me,: / r I 'to tbe Jnogv Probate ,
broad sand above art Lon :
BMUoolew sea and U*narrow Krip of & nrthermore, all persons are'warned' against tret- i ieoautJ
.: FOR' .: E. "' ; leave to sen toe-Beat Estate of A*!!. Jeneslais of said :
wbersoa they were to dM Itoey belt I1poD their coftheltualadriaetsrcUrea be added for; Retail.. ," PIe1dIng.mIa etta J Wajkei I.ell&abeth: '4 ,,0.. ... pasHngirpoa the property belougtng to this estate.and **ell eecJ.; .5! ..
"us. ,and miagtedwitbprayer : S,. Washington miM n>ary ., occupants of buildings erected without' consent oi
MAttC,J021ES Adm'r;
9 U
SbPJI'IIQb4ue4 the ttern ahria order Dec. adeline Williams mrs martha : D i :. ( undersigned said will, QT.1L-U. ,, ., .
"etr Of *. rang .c. :.- ,. .-- .T .- -j-... T",. /,'. '*** ''f1." ,'."v rtytr'iaT. Faoo.-'-'-,-miss- '0' Wr1rht1D.1dc 1 } # -, 'ot #,r"it upon buildings property to,him be'vequfredtopsyth.reUtscXsid trot tbf '. ;
oza mau1taae ejM _G. th* ..sand CvSOLLEE. I. Orav.urn 8a&: c j "W'lD1amI -DfT ann' .' .ft ,k. 1.. 'A': :*. 'O-'' Ilc time of nch erection;which are claimed as belonging. :FISKS! Iff ETALLIC, : .
l auaa..bod1ei wer spa;.the pe4wfUb. Falls mnsaHy. .".. Walker,.mant.L. MAR OO to the property. .-and mart, not be removed. "* 8UR1AUCASES.fc
lag aa4.ou1a, ta : aleu O..otere .I'-- ; UII..BrtRljl' .,:; orau.m rane71 I' W'altr..raan.H.. :'f.1'. A >.T.. ..PE 8 j" '-. : .7 WM. U BALDWIN i ,-,- -- .
DoOI 1SW. a ao4oBbt ." *". '-:#"S'Uemtml '". ,.l}bita-m'. __ _II' __, 1t. ,_. '., : ''administrator ofthe'estate ofElW"Baldtr1 deceasid.. .
C1Ir Lu.1ter, Timber ,&; Cedar, .,'"_ ...?.t"1..t,'!..".:!1.:':: jn, .A l1lJ17';- ,. --'Novtmler 25-if S : ; : .
: ': .
: ,
-P.etmg UleIaCS..wtdI .otrm was eeIIOI1e4 p.b banX.eeaienl assortment Top -- 1- --- --- -
: JLSQ. -. t .. Person caning for any of the above will CONSTANTLY cp : 1"1 ;
:,.Dr.Qet .nrga of" emwln.d the + : } particular to say..advertiaed, I* and OMB$BUGGIES BAltQlCHE';PHAETONS < ; Practice.of. JSedielno and fifU e"7
;.iac ao4 Ute m thqe ;.1aee4. General ComaJ loa MeaXan& ,.Ao-, J r.1;p"JL and CARRIAGES,of aU.yU*and deacHptlons. : ; ", .
2 1865 .
.1JIMe4'..e J" .'. tfr* 3*_ ISV-'- "?*"*" ." -IifC- ." Orden \pnpctus4yiandicafefully attended : "nEMtr.&, B t mb j..'t .',".-',,."'.,'"'"JrtT'eiit&rn'o1ul3aIvOd-...., ., --, ,-,' .. .. ...-
the ::1:' 1'/ oe&t ; 'l&1. ". .'.. j.' ;ii: J '. I ;_ .ervice. the ; ) J" ott" '
5r thoi *cliguldsd aMjsntn". : to. ssl'V ,-r 'q j* U Ida professional to .: c1Ot.; Jack." :' )
made b1 C.Mcra cobs military lwmomcBl' Jacksonville Fl r1di" ) "f.) JOB'PKIWT.NC 'J :'f:/ I ->VAKtlioRk.. : HOLYOK Ms&Kft aonvUle and vldnlty. :' T mJI
10 JIaaNI4 a- ts tteva*Beyond alt* 1 1'O No. v, Rtoddarda' Block. Office Kammis'Blocr, 2d floor first roozr1 CJtftJt It'! CALY1OAZsft .

a Ia t.be fisuh of pr_"od; and to mba prime 01 "lAct (for tbe'present) at F. K. Howard's star*, SoDee. ,.1 I NEATLTEXECUTEDATTHT/8/ OFFICE: ..DM. t-IItp' Savannah Ga. .,1 left. Dec9-tf | "11-8mp JICkIOnI1BS, ,Via.I .
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:Bill. Arp so-cemas jitti ",'; 'a.LlUlt..I delivered. h. -Limseli'-" '- (of R.' T. ,MZZARD: '. : & :CO. 1865.. FALL"*"<"TRADE11865.: j JOHN ,' I j i I -.',W.V ;-,,& :A.: W.:: 'l INGERSOLL(I.- .. < !- {\-t.,, 'it.: SIMMIS< [CO.: _

t I4 the following leifcr acceptance of the Con*. .. \, .. .???; ... ; ,.
I his* -Wholesale, and,)!' I! -4 / '.
grcsslonall1omln'atio 1, tendered him by Wholesale Dealers t \* > _.. : jjvceIvlng..
t .;. friends' of the Setenth Congressional 'District '' :. ,- H _. : '',_ D & TJG G 01"' 1 I I : ? Fonrardlng,

., FRESH J.J'I '
: i SinQB my rcccnj artikal on tie State of the :-- "IN' ARRIVALSGO 1 I : ;\.ND -. k .<

..... Street
.W. country, I hev 'kohcloded to become a kan-, "' Bay f: AND
Its no use lettin,Union ,..-Ii : S ,
didate for .
: Kongress.
.ft .
; D RY'GO4qDs' & GROCERIES Would call the attention of dealers 1 I "
1 srieajcs her all the field to themselves<-especially ; to his large'and select assortment" of : RETAIL DEALERS
: : them what fugedothwhenSher Medicines,Fac Arcles.Pant Oils, i I ". t GENERAL

1 ., : .:. man kum alone this way and put his borse SEID ,BLOC BAY STREET,,. ., . "OF. : '. : Stationary, & ., whle may I I S
tH "?- iu my stable. I. never run' North myself; : i-.S.: Sn1hateQuilqe" *
'.#. but Iron South .a leettle faster.than was JACKSONVILLE FLA., ,. .'," Cream Qll,Tartar II I Ceneral. Merchandise.. COMMISSION
I ,r omfortable. I"WAS so 8hure we'd whip i old .' : Calomel, ,
.r : 5 : ,
I. Sherman that I never' 'made noprepurashuns \.q. NE"\lV: : O 'ID S.' Blue',*.'Mass, and : .
NEW STOCK AND; nerof.Bay
down LARGE .
skedaddle untwell he us Ocoan.strs.S
of to was, on "
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.: I! like a thousand of brick ; and then there I, .
r, '; warnt no time to pack up my duds; or in ASSORTMENT JUST-BECEIVED. ,"-S-.t- :S !'. S Patent Medicine it, : : ;

t kripsture fraze to "take up my bed and walk." Townsend's Barsaparilla, I Jacksonville. Fla. S 5 JLy STIET.

Sans habil1emen2. sans ceremonic left 'Acer's S
.- my e 8arup.r
i I bed and board-bidding!them a long and PrinU Flout -- -- recral, *

) 1 r final adue, having pledged myself, as all distinguished Ayer's Indian Ague Cholagogue, I JACKSON lLLE FLORIDA.
Delanc Pork ,
men of the Jteb pursuathun had f T -' T S Davis' Pain Killer _
dun. submit to Abe Lineoln S Flannels*: s Barns .' Radway's Remedies, .
t repeatedly new to' :' | it'| S -iShtwla "* 'Fahnettock's : Just in receipt of another Urge stock of goods : ---

or rekonttruetion. We were all to die in.the. ;\ Shoulders I Worm Candy, consisting of -
+) last"itch, especially me,and Jeff, and Jo ; South American Fever and ARE NOW OPENING THE LARGEST

::1 I and I: golly, 1 thought our time had come' Sheeting .. Butter fGc SL-AGER Brown's Ess. Ginger, CLOTHING Goods ever offered for sale ia the State
'' 1 shurenuf but I -' Wlslow's Soothing Syrup, -V( upon sufch terms should induce Country and other
: ; preferred not .dying til Skirts CliccseBU :_ Balsam, Merchants to at least price our goods before
) 011. ... reached the last ditch; and konsequently I, Salt 1yt. '. Remedy AND ebasi g'iD other markets. The following are pur-
4 'p -"-. kept skedaddling across every ditch I kum to Mustang Liniment, S SRoger' the principal articles comprising our stock:

S :; hopi somethin encouragin might turn up Shoes Coffee S I,snow opening-j one of the largest Stocks I| .Syrup,Liverwort *' Furnishing Goods, DRY GOODS.

( i' beflSre'-Ireached the last one but it, dident; a Powder MeUun's Ellxer, .

p turn up,'and-me, and Jeff, and all the rest, of r of GOODS ever offered in this market, consisting British Bateman's Oil, Ladies Fancy Knit 'Shawls. 1000 PIZCfcsSPB AGUE'S,

., us, who hadt>e&rkeepin sale Astance:.from WINES, LIQUORS ETC. Photograph Albums, fEnRDfACK,
1 bullets of Backgammon Boards, NUBIAS, .
found ourselves in the last ditch V
Cub and merchandise paid for cotton and produce p Blank Books, GLOVES, hOSE AMERICAN,
Well, the fact is, we didn't feel' half as much at highest market prices-or shipment made to New DRY. GOODS IN EVERY VARIETY. l Wallets, >* NETS, ETC.GROCERIES. ;; D ELIJIJ,

like dying there as we expected to, before York, and sales personally attended to. : Mirror, i S GARNER,

we got there; and.soon a question arose Nov.25-tf Hair,Tooth. Cloth, I AMOS
whether v* should go'lack 'under old Abe or DRESS GOODS !" and Whisk KEAG,

die. 'Well its no use in talkirii we .didenl GREAT DISTRIBUTION ..';,,0 ] and brown sugars, Teas and Coffees RatMnI i J;
;' Perfumery, half and boxes : WEI.ARNOLD'S
.FRENCH !MERINOES E't. quarter ,nuts cf all I
want to die, so'we concluded to take the am- --. i Lnbln's Extracts, I jj j figs,prunes,&c. I ,

nasty oath and go back. We tuck it, all nv. BY THE WOOL, DELAINES, S Night Blooming Cere as, I RIchMOND' AND OTHER HTLIA.

us,but Jeff, and he expect*to take it before Fancy Extracts, PROVISIONS.S 1000 PIECES BLEACIIElTAJID BROWN "I

4. '
hut I'm forgittin my Candidacy (as Stewart '' I I AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder, ,,-Cheese, Lard. Pork, Bacon. Hams, Flour 10 DALES 'OSNABUBGfl.

says in his circular) but its no odds cf i Sterling's, A bliar Kendall'* ;. 250 UJLL.-CIIE8TER
I 18O Broadway New York. PACIFIC .
do.-There is plenty more that skedaddled FANCY COODS and Shoes Hats and Cap AND HAMILTON DELAINES.

t, when I: did and dldent,dye in the ]last ditch] Rosewood Pianos, Yel deons, Fine Oil Paintings,En- Gum CaDcle. HICKORY,
neither. All I want is iV.r who, dident grftT1DgSilVerWreFthe Gold and Silver Watches Drops, Sugar ad Burt len.ware. Yankee Xotlon,
us TRIMMINCS Drops Lozenges, &c,., kc.Htatoner DENIMS, MARLBORO
Diamond Pins Diamond : ,Gold Bracelets STRIPES
Rings Toilet and Fancy Article,.
4 dye in the last ditch, when we had a ,chance Coral Florentthe.t Mosaic. Jet Lava and S S .' ::;HICKORY BY THE BALE.

to, to be MUTe to git into posishun again, and Cameo Ladies' Sets, Gold Pens with BUTTONS CUTLERY ALPACAS, PARAMATTAS :
have all the officers; and to drive off.Uuion Gold and Silver Extension Holders J I Letter, Xoto and Paper, LUSTRES.
Sleeve Buttons, Sets of \bit and Yellow Envelope*, Ales, Wines Liquors Etc. MOHAIR,
sneaks and take all their and ,
,. greenbacks, Studs, Vest and Neck AND BALMORALS. Ink and Inkstands, I 25-tfCOME MAZOURKA,
konfiscate all their lands ; and in the language Chains, Gold Rings, ARMURE
of Jo, to the Legislature : drive their &c.. Valued at 1 I Cutlery. : CLOTHS.ETC.
wireR and children after them, Jtouscless homeless Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knive, f : AND SEE RICHARDSON'S PLAIN.
,pennykm, and starting." The man that $1,000,000.DISTRIBUTION GENT'S FURNISHING LINEN, S
can go to kongress with this object in viewis
is made In the
following manner: -
the man ol my choice. Ef I thaught I CERTIFICATES naming each article and its VALVE, CLOTHS, Navy, Ander's Solace,and and Anderson's Amulet, I COrniER.BAY AND OCEAN-STS. TABLE DAMASK TOWELLING, ...;

cotrtdnt serve you in riding the South of are placed In SEALED ENVELOPES, which are well! bacco. : Mr.Case.Watchmaker for George A r NAPKINS, ETC ETC., ETC. : !
S mixed. One of these.Envelopes, containing the Cer CASSIMERES, Peck the LADIES. AND GENTS LINEN .
stubborn old Union men, and gettin all the Cigars of.the best brands. S daring past sixteen months CAMBRIC :
tificate Order for Article will be delivered
or some at :1
S : has opened a shop at the above HANDKZIt"IILE'S.rILE3ISTICIIED '
officers .ourselves l you couldnt send me to 1 our office or sent by mail'0 any address, without regard VESTINGS, PI pen.Mcrsclianm tioned place, and will be pleased to men see
kongress. to choice, on receipt of 25 Cents. SATINETS l aJs friends and ,
hopes to give the same
I am a workin man. I helped work up On receiving the Certificate the purchaser will see *CIWI11D his work as heretofore; everything will] EMBROIDERED, 4J
Imitation Merschanra
'what Article it and its value, and then send FLANNELS ,
his personal attention, and he FANCY
the big fitfc- I worked hard to keep the file ONE DOLLAR and receive the Article named or can .- .Brienvood, Rosewood, \ of hope. that an AND SCOLLOPED,
fifteen will entitle him
agoin without fitin any myself; and succeeded choose A-\Y OTHER one Article on our List of the same BOOTH AND SHOES, Diamond and Safety Matches. of the public.years A fine stock of all goods to the in con our STRIPED AND CHECKED CAMBRIC

so well in workin to keep out of the file value. will be always on hand and offered at reasonable! NAINSOOK INDIA, BOOK'A.N
when I have tff Purchasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES may, Including all the Llqoor Syrups etc.Brandy C. A. CASE, SWISS, PLAIN
Ladies' AND
every body was wanted, that j in this manner, obtain an Article WORTH FROM ONE TO new styles of Misses' .- J. J. HOLLAND. DOTTED

sufficient reputation as a worker to entitle me I Ito Five HUNDRED DOLLARS, and ChUdrens' Fancy Laced, Lalmoral arid Sherry Wine, l6 tf.WHITE MUSLINS.JACONET. .

your support. BILL ARP. j FOR, ONE DOLLAR I Polish varieties. Port Wine, CHAMBREYS TARLLTON'S.
: P. S.-I had intended this for publication) i need Holland Gin, : LADIES UH1TE, BROWN
which they not pay until it is known what drawn Whiskey, SPRINGS HOTEL. MIXED AND
m thf_1olJl ;Courier, but the Editur, (darn' and its value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed In all] Blackberry HJUHLTOS Corxrr. Fz. ; >: BLACK HOSE.

-, him) wanted-to charge 10 dollars for it, soI'I Cases. The Eureka Gift Association would call atten Handkerchiefs and Hosiery ,in Lemon : takes I GENTS WHITE, BROWN, MIXED AND
; tion to the fact of its being the Original and LargestGift undersigned pleasure in announcing to
konkluded to write out a few copies myself, Association in the country. We are therefore enabled great variety. the public that he is prepared to accommodate BLACK HALF hOSE.LADIES
$ and to get some of my Gee-tiger unharmo-: to send FBTCB GOODS,and give better chances to Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, seeking a healthful and pleasant siination. AND GENTS GLOVES.

nizcd urimmin of my acquaitance to write obtain the more valuable prizrs, than any other establishment Bonnet and Belt Ribbons of all I'aIntM, Oils, etc. tables are furnished with the best the market of I I
of the kicd. The business contines to be country will afford. Furnishing Goods. Cloths. Cassi-
some copies for me and give them gineral kinds.UMBRELLASAND White Lead, has comtorUble hack.
conducted In a fair and honorable manner,and a large running in connection *
S sirculation. B. A. and greatly increasing trade it proof that our patrons S Chrome Green, every train, between this place and the Railroad | meres.
S appreciate this method of obtaining rich and elegant Chrome Yellow, at
Welborn.W. Negligee White
goods. -- p Prussian Blue, A.TURNER. Proprietor. Fancy Linen,

An amusing instance of Hibernian simplicity During the past year thh Association has sent a very Red and Black Paints, ,22.-tf. Hickory,Mixed and Wool Shirts Gr y's
large number of valuable pr1ze to all parts of the HA.TS AND CA.FS. Linseed Oil. Ben Paper .,Collars Jeans, Cottonades Satlnetta .
is afforded by the following little story:- Country Those who patronize us will receive the full Plaster Pars, TRte.

Molly, a housemaid, is a model one, who value of their money as no article on our list is worth GLASS, CROCKERY, WOODEN AND Window Shads. SITE FOR SALE, S

handles: the broomstick like a sceptre, andwho less than One Dollar, retail, and there are no blanks. most desirable on St. John's, River. LADIES' WEAR, inch as Plain and
WILLOW WARE. Petroleum,
has abhorence of dirt and Parties dealing whh us may depend on having promptreturns. I T. E. Fancy Linen Collars Trimmings
an sympathy> and the article drawn will be immediatelysent Congress Water, BUCKMAN, But
.J for soapsuds that amonnt to a passion. S h IB. to any address by return mail or express. Seidlitz Powders, 17-1m Com'n Lumber Merchant. tons .Balmoral, Skirts, Etc.
F .
5' is a buxom, bustling, busy, rosecheeked The following parties have recently drawn valuable .URN I ITU R E. Citrate Magnesia, t -

bright-eyed, blundering Hibernian,who hovers prizes allowed from the use the Eureka of their Association names, many and other have names kindly PARLOR, June 10-tf Extract for making Root DIARIES FOR 1866. BOOTS, AND SHOES.

about our book-shelves makes war upon> might be published were we permitted DINING ROOM ---- -. -r ATh"IYG the Revenue and other Tables. Mem- 1OO Coses Boots and Shoes
\ our papers and goes about thirsting for new Andrew Wilson.Custom House, Philadelphia Penn., AND CHAMBER SETS ou w'3\ orandum Books of every kind The Life of Cxsar, and Ladles Bal

'1 worlds to conquer, in the shape of undusted Oil Painting, value $100; James Hargraves, 821 Napoleon and other new works and stationary. moral Polish Boots, Women's Kip,
'1 and Broadway, New York, Oil Painting value, f 100 ; E. All of which will be sold for cash. NEW For safe by DREW A OAKLET Kid Goat and Lasting,Gent's Calf Sewed
% unrighted comers. One day she enteredour F. Jones cheap & O. are Agents for the
Barret, Marshall Co., Kansas, Melodeon,value sale of Singers .Sewing Pump*, Gent's CalT
; in confused and uncertain $200 Patrick 3. ., and offer the atthe Sewed P. Jk D. S. '
library a manner ; Byrnes Waterbury Ct., Gold! Merchants from same New York prices
I I quite different from her usual bustling' Watch, value,$125 ; J. F. Shaw 224 East 24th Street, the interior will do well 11-tf Boots :Pesrred; and Sewed, Gent's) Calf

I4 way. She stood at the door with a letter New York, Piano, value, $350; Mrs. Cbaa. .. Nevis, to call and examine my stock before I Kid and Patejnt Leather Shoes, Congress !
Elmira, N. Y., Piano, value$300; Miss Lucy Janeway, purchasing ONT and
Balmoral ,8he. ___
between her thumb find which she _117 _.
finger, Elmira N. Y.,Cluster Diamond Ring, value$200 ;Mr>. elsewhere. -- ----
; f held at arm's length, as ifs had a bombshell K. Pennoyer, City Hotel, Nashville, Tenn., Melodeon, J S F PARKHURST & ,CO.. Children's Bootees. -

S in her grasp. In answer to our i inquires Vols.value$125 ; Oscar if. Allen, Co. B, 142d Beg. Ind. O_ SLAGEFl_ I ,1IATS AND CAPS.
Nashville, Tenn., Watch,value. $85 ; Rowland
as to .business she answered, ".A.n' 1. Patterson, Co. D, 10th Iowa Vet. Vols., Oil Painting, Jacksonville October FRIDENBERG, EDREHI DEALERS I IN Ladles Straw: Felt Silk
tf ,
it plase yer honor, Paddy O'Reilly-and the value,$100 ;Mrs. Abbey Parsons, Springfield, Mas, I Jockey,
Turban and
bether than him dosen't breathe in ould Ireland Melodeon.value, $150 ; James L. Dexter, City Surveyor APLE DRY GOODSAND other Styles Men's Wool

-has been writin' of Jeether Syracuse N. Y.,Gold Watch, value, $150; Mrs. IIAVE just from New York, a -, I and Felt Huts, CI Children's.Hats.
i me a -a receive
James Ely 177 Wooster St. Bleeker Y. Oil ,
i ,;"' love leether, plase yeT honor; an'-an'-" PaInting. value, $100 ; Mrs.J. C. CoIN Grand Rap- DRY Inent GOODS klnd GROCERIES Crockery nd''Crass 'Ware ,of all

1 We guessed at her embarrassment and offered ida Michigan Silver Caster;value $&0: Dr.J. R Sin' FROM MR. BABKTJM. / -
: to relieve it by reading the letter. Still: cWr, No. 4 Main. St., Utlca.'N. Y;,Framed Engraving, CLOTHING Tin and Hollow Ware and I: Kinds.
a _
value, $25 ; Hon. Luther Detmold, Washington. D.C., NEW YORJC, July U, 1803.Nezir FURNISHING GOODS .
7 she hesitated, while she twisted a bit of raw Oil PaInting. value $100. ,. /Herring Co, : BOOTS articles of Kitchen Furniture also Rope -

i cotton In her finger. "Shure," she resumed, Letters from various parties throughout the country Oy.n.tmtriv-TIrpgh the destruction of the American SHOES highest, Twine Market and other price articles.paid for all kinds of Coon Groceries' and. Provisions." .
"an acknowledging the receipt of very valuable gifts may Museum has-proved serious loss to mysel and .
what I
that'sjust want ; but it isn't a HATS at the new Store next door to the Post 500 barfebTIoTzrMO -
be t'am
seen on file! at our office. the publ1 happy to"yf-rif.r the old adage that, '
gentleman like that would be knowing balfbarrete Flour
"It' an iU wind Jhit-blows '
nobody good and CAPS
Tobe; Sold for One D llar,Each consequently C. PARKHIIRST 20 casks Bacon
S : secrets between us, and so"hereo congratulate" you that your well-known S 60

.e twisted the cotton quite nervously-"if ItWin ,ffitkout regard to value and not tole paid for vntHyo, safes haTe'again in'demonltrated their superior fire PRO (; NovVll.!1865.-tf.A. B..' -HUSSEY 60 cask ben HamsjYCmcinnati Pork.'M; and Prime Sugar -Cured)
know vchat will rt proofquslItIe. an ordeal of unusual severity.
only plaseyw honor while you rt e&cu. 60 half barrels Folton
reading Market Beef
yer 50 Elegant Bosew'd Pianos,worth $25OOO to 500,00so The safe you made for me some time ago vras in the FLOUR 10 barrels Dried Beef ,. .
: it, so that ye may not hear it yerself if 3 c 11 Melodeons, Rosew'd Cases... 125,00 to 225,00 office of the Museum, on the second floor, back part of 50 barrels half barrels -
just this bit of the building, and in the hottest'Of the flre.' LIME, LIME, LIME and kits of Mackerel
put cotton in yer car an' stop 100 Fine Oil Paintings ......... 25,00 to 100,00 25 kits Salmon -
up yer hearin,' and thin the secrets will be 100 Gold Hunting Case.Watches... 75,00 to 150,001bO After twenty four boors Of trial it was found among For Sale,in quantities to suit purcbasei s.,by !100 sacks Rio Coffee
unknown 'c. Diamond Rings..;............. 50,00 to 200,00 the debris, And on opening it.tbi day has yielded up S o S 1I' T ,.MOT. 100 sacks Liverpool Salt .
to) 250 Ladles*Gold Watches....':.. 60,00 to &t,00 Its content in very good order-books, paper. policiesof --3--. ] & ., April,M. 1865- 100 barrels coffee. .
.... Insurance, bank bills,all in crushed granulated powdered
450 Silver Watches .. ..... 25.OOtO 60,00 condition for immediateuse POWDER -and common brown
v- Sugar
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200 Fine Steel and a noble commentary on the
Engravings, Framed. 12,00 to 25,00 traitworthiness 50 fcarrefa Xola Golden
S Sailing of 10 Mnsic Boxes..... ..... 12,0010 45,00 of Herring's Fire-Proof Safes. -HARDWARE. GUIDE.-YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL 300 barrels Soda Sogmr. Boston Syrup kc.
Lynchborc and Pilot
Xegroe for U Bread
berla-The2 ;Lyncbburr 80- 100 Silver Kr.ivlng Patent Castors' JS.TOto 40,00oo Truly yours _) S GLASSWARE WORK of every one his own Doctor 300'box;Soda Sugar Boston and Pilot Bread
S rl1' .Emigration Silver Fruit and Cake BaakeU.r"15.00 to 35,00 P. T. BABNUM. a Private Instructor for Married Persons or i 50 cheats half and qurterTeu
5';S 600 Seta Silver Tea 4 Table Spoon' ,1,OO to 30,00 WIN'. out to Marsy, both Male and Female,in every- 2000 pounds cadyPlck! _and mlzeLWines Oolong- Hyso
The members of this organization left 2,600 Vest and Neck Chains....... 500tSO, 25.OO HERnINq' PATENT CHAMPION6AFES.. concerning the physiology and. relations,of our -.1, ,
2.600 Ladles'Silver Porte)Monnie.. 8,00 to 15,00 Tkt molt rtHabh protection frcririjlre'now Icnown S SEGARS System.'and the ProdactiOl1 or:: Prevention ol
this city on Tuesday evening, October 31st, 3,000 8ilverButterKnlvea....... 3,00W 7,00() Homo k Co.'s' FATXXT- BimsutT TOBACCO, &c. ,including all the new discoveries never be and Liquors.
v arrived safely in Baltimore on the following 2,000 Pairs Ear Rings (new styles).. l,O to '6.00 with ,j in the English language by Win.Young D. 10O bbls.'old kentuekr*
S' ft
day and proceeded .direct to 3.000 Gold Pencils and Tooth Picks.. 9 00 to 8,00 Herring Floyd's Patent Qrystalized., the best AH of which we offer for sale at low Is really a valuable and interesting work. 100 bbls. old Bourbon Whisky
S .
security against*burg *r' drill ever manufactured. ialeand retail Whisky
3,000 Onyx,and Amethyst Brooches., 4,00 to 10,03cxA ) in plain language for the general 100 bbls
\ S the vessel on,'which- they embarked ;3pr Li Lava and Florentine Brooches. ,",00 to 0,00) ., JtEBRING.' 'CO., Country prue taken In excbge. with,upwards of one hundred reader engra 100 bb;old old Cabinet Extra Pine- _,
> beria. Everything else being in readfoess, 1,000 Masonic Pins.. ..... 4,00 to,, 6,60 No. 251 Broadway corner Murray St.; New York. dealers in\U call eume : AU young married people. or those contempla bbls..old Cognac BrandySO '". .
: the H. P.Russell left her wharf on Saturday : 2,000 Fine Gold Watch Keys....... .8t60b 6,60)I FABREL HERRING & 00., Philadelphia.IIERBIKO J 1 and having the least impediment to 23'Pipes old Catawba-Brandr Holland :' '.
-o 5,000 Children's Arn eta..,..,...... ., 2,50 to, 8,00(I. Oct.21-3m --i.&"CO." ,, Chicago. FIDE ERG, EDBEHI.. life, should tead this bogk. "It discloses se 300 Cases fine old'Port Gin' .
having detained three"days by the non- 2,600 Sets Bosom Studs...,....,.. L60oo 5,00 I Nov 24-3m every one should be acquainted with .sun Maderia. -- _
arrival of the baggage.. ? 2,600 Enameled Sleeve Buttons... '2.60 to"10.00( Jac book that must be locked.up. a3d. not lie about ,Sherry I
S One hundred and seventy-four emigrants 10,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings. 7.*-roo to- '5,00: -NOTICE-TUEMOVAL. J It will be sent to sbys&a&OD the receipt of Claret "

were from Lynchburg,, find< its vicinity; pf 5,000 Stone Set and Peal.Ring*__,.tu': &io L1.00)I THE SUBSCRIBERS.HAVE REMOVED THEIR FURNITURE FOR ; Address Dr.ZWM.=YOCSG; No. 416 t Sauterne
S > 6,000 Lockets, all sizes..... ... ', 7,00)I I! .stock of goods from atoreiNo.,V Bay. Street Street, above Fourth.PfiUadelphla- r and other Wln L
whom fourteen were. but two years old and '10,000 Set*ofLadi a' Jewelry., ... 8flO<0: 2<-); ;Cells';Auction Store, where they maybe found for, to a _-m. *'F;. .-_. ,. ..! # ; ,. ,
: "oj under. OCthe grown'maJes; fifteen' are farmers ,000 Watch Charms(each) ..... 8,00 to 6,50),; I short time only;as they are'determined' to close out A LARGE., '.EXTENSIVE S
ten tobacconists: are -! S.OUU Gold Pens, Silver Ex.Cases... 4,00to 6.00'.OOO their entire stock 'within the A' 1 iNwARE) .
carpenters ot.goodl.
are ;;eight next twenty .
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Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins.. 3,00 to 20,00) days regardless of cost. : : MEXICO MEXICO !ri'!i ,
Country f
S six are laborers,.five;;'are shoemakers, I 2.000 Ladies' New Style Belt'Buckle* 4,00 to 6.60 and traders would do well to rail and merchants examine the sutlers fol OF'FuNITtRE .7; OF
five are blacksmiths, and one each is a butcher i 2,000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains.. 6,00 to 20,00 JUST EVERY
1.000 Gold Thimbles........... lowthglluto.rtke.astheywi1lbesolchep: for I3ESCREPTION.
and a baker. They are the.right kin ',: believe 2,000 Sets Ladies'Jet and Gold...... 20,00, Ladles and Gent's 8hoe 'f Boots, Shirts- AT WELLS'AUCTION AND C1 '
material bra youngcQuntrn.and we 10,000 Gold Crosses ..i. .1,50w Stationery, LOANREPUBLIC Hard Ware and Parmiiig' Utensils

will give a good accountof themselves and 6,000 Oral Band Bracelets.......... 6,0010, 20,00 6,00) Playing for CardaClotb.; and, Tailor's Trimmings, Shoulder Cmr8G or A r VAMETT I .' *
Straps the Array Hardware NAILS
of the land.. Nothing :occurred to mar the 4,000 Chased Bracelets...;..... 5,00to 16,00 Crockery Navy,: Tinware and Can; double and'single : S
Tobacco Batter
S S Cigars : Cheese, Stoves Tables
/ trip Baltimore, and they sailed lathe bestS 6,000 2,000 Fine Ball Eardrops Gold Pens aU.colors...... 2,00tO 3,00 to 6,00) Stovepipe; Canned Goods;Safes Yankee, Notions,So, ture I Looking., Glasses style, .Eae1" : r or THE TRACK lNs.:

of spirits. May Divine protection attend 2,000 New style Jet tt Gold Eardrops 3,00 to '8,50 7,00) .Wagons da Water-new Apparatus and second for bottling hand' purposes. Easiness' Mattresses, Lounge beds,wash stands dabe, .c. 1 OF MEXICO. STEELCORN MILLS,
them on the ocean'nd in all their plans_and 2.500 New style Long Cl''stal. 4,00tO 8,00 Photographic Stock'; My are to closo the above I
Ambrotype Cases,Tish Hooks and &c &c. oren -."Cnpon Bonds In .
tP .S.:, labors. 2,000 Gold Pens.......?.. 3OOtO 6,00) i ;'C. W. DENNIS Lines t ,CO. *t.Private or Public sale. j J J "and II ooo*. '.Interest seven sums per of cent*oO,,paya-$100, i 'iCORN SHELLER3

: The American Colonization Society prodded S- Axrhance to obtain-any of the above articles for No; 4, Merchants' Bow, Hilton Head S. C. and are respectfully secure a great invited bargain to call atWELLS' and I the city 0;.New York. Principal and:Interest 1 S ; .'PLOWS. ,, ... .
And Well's t' J j in GOLD. -' '
most liberally for the comfort and success One Dollar at Auction Store, ,j $10,000,000 to be sold at SIXTY
purcba dng a sealed Envelop* for 06 eta Oct 7th 1865-tf .Auction and Comml ; :. j SADIRONS '
JBajSiree ,Jacksonville Fla.Duval on the DOLLAR in U. ,
49Five ; Currency;thus yield.
of the They furnished several sealed Envelopes will be 'sent for eptember9-tf. !
party. $1,00 ',- I' r .. S I interest TWELVE PER CENT, IN -
Eleven for$2,00;Thirty for$1500 GOLD. or S flDSTONES&ct
with a suitable outfit, and gave all a passage v Sixtyfive $10, Medical : =- ;:PPt CENT. IN CURRENCY ,
00; One Hundred. for $15,00., AGENTS WANTED Connty I. Society. at the .
and support on the 'voyage-made usually EVERYWHERE *. --: JiicK8o A "UB'SAL J rate preiBiutnotTgold. The first --year's-. ,' ..
r : vnj.i, Fxi, Nov. 4th 18C5. : lnnsnnn Aee J.d, In { -(''S% -j .- -S- .
in about five wceks'and will afford them :. Our patrons are desired.to send United States money ,At a meeting of the Dnval County Medical ,Society, I U U t U U U ten tab acres provided. The most desirable invest. S ii"
t I offered. Immense
house room and subsistence for six months when Orders it is for convenient SEALED ENVELOPES Long letters are unnecessary, ; held this day, the following. resolutions,' were unanlmonaly some of the.mo.t.luble plantations'In I lands ; SIXTK PER tract CENT of, PORT mining and DUES ag- @ ) j. sm1T ?

after their 'arrival. Each single.adult is to ease be accompanied by the CASH, with must.the* In name; every'of successive adopted weeks and in one ordered of the to city be published. ,_for.four da, on many them the stock, crops, ic. and TAXES, in the States TAMAULIPAS ,

receive five aces of land; 'and 'families.. ten- the person sending and Town, County, and. State Rettteed, That"the laborer being papers.worthy of bis hire, ," and sold turpentine with th m lands.; there are, also, fine bodies I said LUIS States POTOSI and the;GENERAL and the PLIGHTED GOVERNMENT FAITH OF 'ALL ,KINDS '& SIZES.
acres'in plainly written. Letters address' all
fee simple. should be to the bills for medical services are due on completion Valuable
Sfi Hungers as follows .. services rendered business and rldene ", PLEDGED for the redemption otUae. ,Bonds
Others are follow, from this : ; and that theywlll be handed Improved and interest Wb'o:6
preparing unimproved. ;
_AI' .' GOODWIN, IIUSTT COBox' ,. in for liquidation u aoon after as practicable. >- c .ARE
4 S .r S-. city and other portions of the South. and a -0. 5706 Port. ,New.York. Retdved That while we are willing to do the work of Jacksonville A. H. SECURITY IS AMPLE. : -. '
: large Works opening up, to the Society. Dec.2-2mp cJUrtty, and administer the trury Indigent, made so F.Spt. S.Currency- win buy a 7 per C\\.Qold Bond'of$50 OF 'EVERY VARIETY.
S - by misfortune or providential afflictionyet that douotrecognlzepenon..objec j 'I'* II
W ilayjt.receive assistance,,sufficient for the we "SlOC
- S of eharlty:t who AGENCY.A. I. 4
'' "SjJ necessities\bejz& Lynchburg,Virginian. able'yet too lazy and dishonorable to make'efforts are to I -$50o, --Wfi lL@W

Jt ",.- _____.__ .: Smuggling., pay their physicians as well.as other bills- and"we .l CO \ ,flOQJ i! W Mra(
shall decline to es.teud1hll, such. oar ;services"unless, ". . '', -
Mood up fn the ,Corner 'to Make More AN IDEA prevails. gmani ople that Smug. paid In advance. I FOR LEAST. O N E B O N D..., 3QQ' roD-qi
I fioom.- In a very harmless business; that, though contrary ."B olmf.'Th..f"bere professional service have been AGENT T SA .forwarded and subscriptions 1S : quart to thrt
1 to law,yet the only penalty attached to Its violation rendered D parties who received them shall 'fail to of 'btish 1 .; .
A:>pmanwlvp Jived In asmall snug cottage hippentoboseized.is the possible loss, of goods smuggled,should they. make atiafacujry settlement with hither,'or 'their at- Address :' Jacksonville, Forda'. J. N.TEFFT.JOHN FlnancialJlgent W, COBLIES k reeet'E -r .. S .

} in a Tillage.-WAS unfortunate enough 'TheiiwiaasfrllowaIf : teudingphyslclauWe; hereby stand pled red ;to report Angust20" Mexico. 1Br a 'Y. S '
,, ; N"
S ,:'UTiat any person shall knowingly. and willfully way STATIONERY.PAPEB
,, delinquents at our'regular Ibr '
meetings record .
lose her husband,*:and set about preparing with latent to defraud the revenue of the United State anduo member of this Society will respond to n : Suh eripUon.also received by Banks-and""Bank-" :] .
S : .. for ,the funeral obsequies., A neighboring smuggle clandestinely Introduce.: Into",the'United 1 fessional call from such delinquents until they any- sbal-pro throughout the United- States.- :: ,>;:; : : '
States any Coodlp'ware merchandise' to have DSOLIONOi: CoPAB IS-lm :> i ;c. .
/ 4 :3Ire. Grundy, witli herrCldak: and umbrella, subject made satisfactory liquidation with their .physlf --
duty b'y Jaw;and which should have been :invoiced THE firm of'JACKSON k W BR ; .
S called to see.thingsl to condole' and .to specu without pay Ing or'accounting for the duty';'or' shall oelvt. ktj Baking Oofoar\i&Ji,'we sbill.reeSognizeutnd I on tbet September o by luittnal PEHS AND PENCILS -

)ate. On coming, ?ntoLbo.bbuSe 'looked make, out, or' pass or Attempt to pass through :the custom responsible party only' in families thai B. llo tdw f the dr. ( HALLETKILBOURN" SS -
wound'raised her spectacles and her hands house, any false;. forged.. or .fraudulentInvoice, party in whom the right ot property lies ; and our bills / .- 'EKYELOPES. : ,, ; ,
every such person his, her.;or their alders and abettors, will be brongbi ihelrname, "b t11e'tt may be the hankfol fbrthepast patronage bestowed if'C1er' tf:tht Department'ATXORNEYFORTHE'' JjilJ.r .l *
and said. Lor I how .
"Why, me uicelyyou, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor'and,on conviction -, head,'mal or female, of the family.Ccfa7KdUhatW .' ? hope.still to merit. a.,continuance of the' : ,1.1'. '. 0 ; STATIONERS G, mrrc.D'RUC'S. .
at'fbcd up for the funeral; well I do' de- i thereof shal|be fined In any sum not exceeding / ? .pledgf tmr honors towprk by theserulesand Ocr,.i.1;'186.C L.) I 'tJXE aacKa :

cjara;'Lor'Snz 1. Dear melwhy dojelljjrpu"bdrrledllrs. five thousand dollars,'or imprisoned for .any term "Of th hDr-'Jlt.an.'of the,Society i:who shall .. .t CZXZST,.LATHS.
time not exceeding two years or both;at the be known to bare violated them, shall be deemed no OF CLAIMS ;
Webster's cheers aint and dlacreUonl ..
_you, of the Court."-Act of 30lA' A WAT WITH :
.A uguJt;1642, ;. longer worthy of iff association, and shall be dismissed .. & t' .
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)1r tODe'.VABeI on the mantle peice, theythatLtokn0w1:1 Smuggling Is therefore a misdemeanor,- and the from. tame, /, : /: '4-.Th EYES MADE SEW//WITHOUT q

lookBlgtiV 8mwtI"decIare--Ana there's a I smuggler, upon conviction, liable to pay a find ot'FIVE te A. 8..1W; V I D., President, OLD or Medicine.' Pamp bId mailed' and Offleenfof_ .''the Government. ALL. .STABLE. : DRUGS. .ON. .HAND..
clock tM- why:wli m on cartlr did'you'get THOUSAND DOLLARS, or be IMPR1S05EI" .), TWO, )D. ceipt of ten cents. Address E. B. FOOTE. .. "
-',.... f.* t".T *'"". fthat's YEARS, or BOTH. '-- E. T. 8ABAL, II.D.H.O.rVAUOHANlM.D; 130 Broadway.'New'York.-. T- # .A81ILYG'l'O.V ClrYI D.c t HI S S SADDLERY
_' : .. Whoever shall give Information of smuggling;":that i -Oet- ;:I8M.-8"r' in Federal Block ,
s l n.. ] shall lead to seizure and forfeiture of will be '. .' S McPHERSON D. corner of F and -Seventh '
entitled .
'OIfJ1tf'--rart Warlsvlut'a' goods OE.IJ : .. ;, Streets, POitofflce Box K0.>142.4lSV' : Xeaellai -Eiells. and.Oth'addI.l.BId1eiztLtsii1e. .
not. "a Cktt; 8 my pooTaeparted hus Snch'Information 10 on OTAKTOt of the value pf the goods' seized. .,.,f ,3J ;S ',: 8'TDD, J'D... ."f'. ." '. sr to the' Secretary and.:Office ravot tlie'n part- I ', ,5.','G %.ke"
be to; officer ofCcs "JOB-PRINTIN'
- band. Ifitood up.fn (he corner ip make may- *given .- <.ny<. 1- ,,: X'l'URrK.D.; S tho Interior.and offlcert, generally of th..otb. 8$ : I ". ,
: tomsbyanypersou. ,, SecreUry. I3aekIOflyI11ei. -SS_ rra..8punae.'Etu". ,
PMiIflL4)f.D. the Government. .
'. S more roofn'/- ) II' 5D rF 2. : I Jw 'Nov.Imrk'4& NEA T cE.gtrrntr : ; .! T3 *; : ;: -' :
."> j. *'rr* ". *i..'"y" .5 ", ; 1_ "- r., -. ni lb... a, H ". ** $ Ii'tftOe"706\: \ JackcisUl. i. ubqr.44t; -:...

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