Florida union
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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00053711:00035
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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JOHN S. SAMMIS & pO.J 'CONSTI'J1uTiON' -' --- --. ---- '. -, -:----- ._ value thereof.... ..... ...,..;.*.......t.>ott .
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ii: He ahaD take t the la":b bUUul1 ex, 1 .191 The ASD cute& Assembly pas* general Cloth, painted enamelled '
IECE1T1XO, -; : .aory notes,or other securities..; _,.....120.tlt., ..r" s :
Ott FOBS: !,OF 12. In aU criminal prescribing the manner In which the names of persons vsrnishedOrofled..4.6; ,,' !" .
MERCHANTS, GOVOlXJilExr and penal Broker's sales of gold and silver bullion ,
FOB.THE cases (except Impeach. be changed special for such shall Cloth
ment) after may but no purpose .or otbenrtJdes of drewh.r. "*-
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conviction he shall coin.... ..... .. .J..l0 ol. '
WlIOLEALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 7.VMERCIIAXDISE reprtvel and pardon and have ower t..gant be passed;.and no law shi 11 be made allowing. minors Cloves and clove .stems .'ground, sad-tt : .A U .- t
re111it fines .
L PEOPLE OF FLORIDA. under such rules and regulation. as shall and be forfeitures prescribed .to 20.contract The or oanage their estates.. I !Imitations.per pound*.,..* ? *.....,;, 12-10. cents, Apothecaries....;...,.'ucsi-......-4 ._._$10 00 r ',.:.i, v
General shell law
Assembly general
a Coalteineralperton..i.i.
GF.ER. bY1aw. -- pass .,.;.. 6 cenU Architects and civil ... ..W.OOA X
for the encmeera"C.
Jacksonville Florida.s. 13. The Stae incorporation Towns,'BeHgious. Literary, Coffee ground. and all substitutes, '. IV_
; : Seal last heretofore ,:per annual not over "$230,000 *
October We. the People of the S used, (until altered Scientific Benevolent Military and Other Associations ....... ."... sar era. assays "
2 tate of : pound. ..
caL$. Florida by :OW'. delepte.ln by the General Assembly.) &haD continue to be the 12-lOcents.. in vataer..J..i.: ...--........JOO 00 i'.w
UYII! L 1' Convention assembled In the city otTaU"},. Great Seal of the State and shzsilbe Commercial. Industrial or 1-1Damialj; but no special Confectionery ove.cents per pound : i: Assayers annual assays over$250,009.and ,f'
lo' A. COT see, oa the 25th day of October in kept by the Gov. l act incorporating any. such-asaociation shall be :to.value, ............ .... .
?. C. 11118 I. the year of our Lord ernor for the time being. and used by him officially. per pound, *. -/2440cenu, >, ',:Jot Of$500,000..........._v .;..!.2)O m. .- ",;'it .: ,y-
1865. aDd of the Independence Conf6'CtiODelT..orir 20 and "- ,',
the United &ate ..1'AU commissions :. cent/ not over IJiOOQOO..n 00 :
the shall
tSJ ear' tD order to eecure to ourselves and OUr po,. authority of the Stat of florida be In be the sealed name and with by the the 21. Ko act incorporating,Bailroad, Ranking Insurance 40centsperpoad.>..;.......... ..;..4g.lOeenta. ; AUctioneers Assayen.aBnuai,annual sales net over $IOoeO 10 W r- '' ;. ,; : .
JEFFREYS Commercial
WfW. O. )the enjoyment of aU the rJghta of life liberty and State SeaL and signed by the Go"raer, and attested by introduced, or Financial corporation shall be Confectionery over 40 cents per pound in Auctioneers annual sales ever$10OpO.. 20 00 ,. .
into the General ;
property, and the pursuit of the Assembly the per value or'when sold otherwise than bjr-
h&pplness aatitwion Secretary of State. Bankers cnerl5O.000..:......loo 00
.aree. each with the other to form the foDcnrlng mutuaDy Con- U. There shall be a Secretary of State elected the son or peisons applying for such,corporation ahallhave the pound.......?........<*.,,, ,12 percent .Bankers capital capital over D $*OUO P for ach ..)14" '
JIerc"ant. by deposited with the Treasurer the of '
hundred v
oniuiis-sion and form sum one and In
of Copper lead.
Ingots pig, or'bar
government in and for the aid qualified electors of the State at the and ; .additional $1,000 addittoa to the$100 ,
same time dollars as a bonus to the State. ., spelter aud brass.... .... ... 'w"BUUard.rootIlI.for .
who shall continue in o.cefor the I. 0 ;' : 6-10 each Uble.....;....'-. 10 00
State.ARTICLE' .aame term of Officers from
years shall be removed office for -
Copper; manufactures of
not otherwiseprovidedtor..i .
FLA. I. astte Governor of the State and he BreWersannualbiannfCtrS Igaa than BOO: h ),
JACKSONVILLE ; shall keep a fair misconduct or neglect of duty in such rjt.
manner aa .... '
I ; v" ;: ....V.:t. ... 6 ": -
register of the .
official .. .. .. P0.
.ctsau4 .i
barrela .
proceedings of the G be
DKCL1BATXOX op'JUGBTII. overnor may provided by law,when no mO'e otrial or.removal Cotton ( '
fabrics woven, knit or felted and ?. :. E/I.
and shall when : 'Rr-er n-nn1 not leMthaat <
required mftrtfrtnr
jjNIiLIN DIBBLE I That the great and essential principle of liberty and !, papers,minutes and vouchers relative lay the thereto"same,,and before an is provided in this Constitution.' all manufactures ef cot ton........;....' 8. "' COO barrels., .............-..-."......-.. 50 00 ,. f.fiiI .

fie government may be recogniz.-d and established the General Assembly and shall perform ARTICLE V. Cotton,zaw. per poUDd...!.....X .:. ; ent- Bowling alley'for each alley ...-.-- 10 <00 -
uch other du Cutlery ............ L
we declare .. .
: .
: ties as be : ft_per ,rent Bales not $1D'f. .
may required of him by law. It'Dl'U1 DEP.AJtTXDIT't'' Broken cattle annual over .tt .
Merchant,1Jacksonville 1. That all'freemen. when Diamonds, emerAld;precl. Stoues,,,and I
Commission they form a 16. Vacancies that happen in the -000..i--. 1000 '
government 1.
I appointment The Judicial of this both..u matters '
have certain power State to imlUUons and "
Inherent and indefeasible to which allotherjewelry.6 ii : each jft"
right. vested in the General iBrokers. cattle over
Assembly or given of Uw and equity shall be vested in Supreme Distilled .4ditkJlUOt
which are those or ilfeSnl splritllperpDon.2; CO
enjoying and defending to the Governor with the advice In $10 .
and additional $1,000
of the Court 'j.n
Pla. ,I IrnC liberty ; acquiring, possessing and protecting prop. Senate, shall be filled by the Governor consent during the recess : of the,Peace Courts, provided Chancery the,General Circuit Courts and Justices also i Fermented liquorsper barrel..4;., ,.;, '1.00' Brokers commercial---------..'..".. 20 00 ; :

erty and reputation, aid pursuing their own happf.' of the General Assembly by granting commissions vest such civil ,criminal Assembly may I Furs, when made np of manufactured..... ",6 pro, b't.. Brokers eurtom-boose..v............ 10 00 ;,.J"1;
Cash jurisdiction as maybe Zurnitnie. or other articles made .f wood '
advance in DeaL' 6
or svpplies which .2500BrokerSpawnT
!pn& t C.B. Dibble o New York. 2. That l1 political power ill inherent In the people 17. Every shaU expire bill which at the shall end have of the passed next session.both Houses necessary courts aa the in General Corporation Assembly Courts establish, and such but other [ Gas- monthly j product not over -200.000" Brokers,;land such
all may ; : cubiefe.et 1000eubtefeet:.... :.
and free ; ; 12 ceats'
government are founded on their anthoril of the! General Assembly shall be presented to the jurisdiction shall not extend to capital cases.1 : Brokers.pawn capital Over$50,000 $2 for ., 'i ,
1 ty and establ1ahe4 for their benefit ; and therefore Governor ; if be he shall sign Ii bat If not product-over:200,000 cubic every $1.000 IB addition to the PO' '
approve 2. The
'V i j jAlCONE < i Supreme Court, except in cases otherwise dire : feet and not _
L. RKOC., tht' hhve at ""times an inalienable and indefeasaWe be shall return It with his objection, the over 600,000 cubic feet per. BroicrSy.pri'dnce.iiv.vi'i; ..ji. 10 00.HIJ4. ,
House J r
in t
Constitution '
ted "
la shall
have .
t! tight to alter wr abolUh their form of government In which it shall hae originated who shall enter the obJections diction only whtch shall be co-extensive appeDatejurIa.o with.the loroenbtefeet.T/w.i.j- ,.'; ";.'.i';.'.; 18'Gu a,. Bnkkens stock._,..,.........----p..-.. oO 9 '... "
E monthly product ever i. cubic .; .
such 5
manner as they deem annual contracts "I
may expedient at large the Builder and contractors
journals and .
upon proceed to reconsider State,under suth restrictions and not '
I '8.; That all hatfca -regulations repugnant fret and not OTer:5OOO.COO cubic feet per .....-.. .. .. 23 00 .
Commission Merchant men natural and inalienable right it ; and if after such reconsideration two- to thia Consolation not over$25 000........-. ; ,
as may from time to time 1,000 cable fort.... ._ to -
: worship Almighty God thirdii ';' (;,;% :;;* ...2"' Builders annual contracts -
according to the dictate of of the whole number shall : and contractors,
voting to be law
agree pass prescribed by ,provided that the said conn shall :
STUElrr JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CONSIGNMENTS Gas monthly product over cable"feetper
BAY I their own conscience and that no preference shall the bill, it shall be sent with the ._ ovur$25,000llkreIell$1,000iRaddtj j
ever the other
!II objections to alwaYI have power to issue writs of Injunction'man- 1.000cubic feet'i.. .:...:..SO' .
I be given by law to
-- any religious establishment or mode House by which it shall be reconsidered and if approved damns quo warranto habeas corpus and such other Ginger and all tlomtothe $25. -
ground .
: j: ofworshpinthisState. by two-thirds of the whole number voting it original and remedial writs as may be necessary to .......... ...... ..) l'2-IOcetb Butchers who MIl botchers meat at re"FsJf-;
sLOI. *. That no property qualification for shall become 1 ;..; :.... US.;.. ......_.:....$1000
eligibility to a law ; but if in such cases the votes of give Jt a general superintendence and control of all
manufactures of ... ......
Glass 1
for parties In i office or for the 6 per cent. annual sales SlOOO.&e.l SCO ; -t >
lTflIi urcba8e atces I right suffrage, shall ever be required both Houses shall be by yeas and nays, and the names other courts. Batchers, not over r

Uy wish at the lowest market price.J :I in this State. of the members voting for or against the .bill shall be 3. The Supreme Court shall beholden at such times Gloves mittens ADd moccasin, made CircaBe................. -... ..-*....100" 00 -, "

.rkoiou iUe ria. Oct. 28-17 5. That every citizen may freely speak write and entered on the journals of each House respectively;and and places as may be prescribed by law and two from leather'.* skins Oil which a duty clatmgenti--: ..--.;.' 2.----- i0oot .: "
; has been i*. upon the increased value 6 .
t publish his sentiments on all subjects being responsible if any bill shall not returned by the Governor with- Judges of the Circuit Court be added to the Supreme Commonca.rrieD.I."t., | :''1 !' '
I for the abnse may Glue and cement liquid.per gallon.. ..48 cent. .......:..-..;. 10 00 >
T. C BUCKMAX.COiDIISSION I of that liberty ; and no law shall be in five days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have Court, when in session. at the discretion of the Glue, solid and gelatineper pound.....,l S-IOeeatl., Confectioners 00.' .I ,;';
.TACIPONvILLE: I passed to curtail, abridge or restrain- the liberty ot been presented to him the same shall be a lawin like Legislature;and the court so composed shall constitutethe Gold manufactures of not otherwise <- COnTC1cera.10; .. .
FLA speech or of the press. manner as if be had signed it, unless the General Assembly Supreme Court of the State, when the Legislature ..'.... ... .. entilltB..1.-i-. ,-. Tlli '.
videdfar. ;; .i.- ._.:; 6 I. *
6. That the right of trial by jury shall forever remain by their adjournment its in shall direct. percent.Gold Distillers of coal OH.........;....;...... 50 00
prevent return so foil .. ..... ...... 2 40 .
ounce troy, .
DEER inviolate. which per Distillers spirituous liquor...-.; ...,-. SO 00 "'J '
case it shall not be law. 4. The State shall be divided Into .
convenient Circuit :
.. -- '
Gold leaf per pack.. : ... ....." ...,8-10tenll annual
IK 7. That the people shall be secure in their persons 18. Every order.resolution or vote to which the con. ; and for each Circuit there shall.be a Judge, who .Distillers of spirituous liquor man- .
Gunpowder not over 38cents per pound ...,... :/:. L
booses and ;nfsctnre less than 300 barrels. .; ::25 00 ;;
papers possessions from unreasonable currence of both Houses may be necessary, (except on shall after his election or appointment reside in the .
TIMBER CEDAR m LOGS. in value.. .....;.. ..., .. .. c percent .
LnIER seizures and searches ; and that no warrant to search questions of adjournment,) shall be presented to the Circuit for which be has been elected or appointed; and 33 Distillers of apples grapes peaches t" .
Gunpowder over cents in -
SHINGLES, LATHS, fcC., any place,or to seize any person or thing hail issue Governor and before it shall take effect be approvedby shall as well Justices of the Supreme Court, receive perpound annual manufacture 'less than 190 barre -
value, per pound.. .. ... ,.,.......12 cenU, ... .... .. 12 50
I ALSO 1$ without describing the place to be searched and the him or being) disapproved. repasscd by both for his services as salary of not less than twenty-five Gutta-percha-naanu&ctnTMof.?... ..* ;. ... 6 cent. b..i.. .. .t'.... ;1tJ.
per 1000
Mill Maoh.in.ery.Oct.28 >cnou or thing to be seized as nearly as may be, nor Houses according to the rules and limitation*prescribed hundred dollars per annum, which shall not be diminished Iron; advanced beyond blooms slab? or Eating houses.-for., 10 00'Yf !', .
Saw without probable cause supported by oath or affirma in case of a bill.ilL during his continuance in office but the Judges Exhibitions otherwise provided j.
; loops, and not, beyond bars ton ot ...... ... 50 ,_
3m Jacksonville, Ha. tion. In per Gift enterprises... ..... ..i, 00 .
of the of the his J
case impeachment Governor shall receive no fees of office bold .
perquisites nor any ...... .. "*-
2,000 pounds 'i.... j...;..... 3 60 Horse-dealers'.....,.i.-...*_.... 10 00 -
.- 8. That freeman shall removal from
no be taken, imprisoned nor office death refusal t 1 qualify resignation other office of profit under the State the United States Iron band hoop and sheet not thinner :

('ALDWL. HOBItlS lisseized of his freehold libcrtieaor privileges, or ott. or absence from the State ,tie Lieutenant Governor or any other power. than Ko.18,wire gauge per ton-.. .. 3'60' Hotel, yearly rental$200 or less..for.,..i.. M 00 'ftiflil- ;

awed or exiled or in any manner destroyed or depriv. shall exercise all the power and authority apper. 5. The Circuit Courts shall have original jurisdiction Iron band,hoop and sheet, thinner thano. Hotels yearly rental over $200 $5 eve- .

SCCCESSOKS T BREWER' & CW ed of his life, liberty or property, but by the law of the taining to the office Governor until the Governor absent in all matters, civil and criminal, not otherwise 18, wire gauge per ton... -... 500 rySloofDaddltfoD'tothelo..J'aad vessels
land. or impeached shall return or be acquitted or excepted in this Constitution. = Hotels steamers- ZPUYit /
rods. made from
Iron bars iron
: on
FACTOES AND GESEEVL COMMISSION 9. That courts shall be and until the Governor elected shall be 'duly sengers....;...i. 2500laauranoa
open every person for next regularly 6. A Circuit Court shall be held in such counties and which of$3 has '
CON a duty been paid .... -
per .. .
domestic.. ,10001 .
an injury done him in his lauds goods or qualified as the case may be ; and for the time the at such times a-d place therein, as be prescribedby agents
person reputation may ton ...'. ... .... ....t...... 240 ,.. ... .. .....5000 .
shall have remedy by due course of law and Lieutenant Governor shall the office of Governor law and the Junges of the several Circuit Courts Insurance agents foreign -
; occupy ; blooms slabs .""I ..
Iron or loop. per ton. .i, U II> Insurance brokers..i....;......25 00
right and justice administered without sale, denial or he shall receive the same compensation as shall may hold courts for each other, either for the entire lion used for and other .
20 Old Slip, 3few Tork. ; castings bridges office keepers...... .... 10 O'J
1 Intelligence
delay. be allowed by law to the regularly elected Governor. Circa or for a portion thereof and they shall do so permanent structures;per ton....v.v-.i-3 GO 20 00"'htjt.
JR. 10. That in all criminal prosecutions the accused 20, In case of the impeachment of both the Governorand when required, by order of the Governor or Chief Jugglers---------------------------------. .

i.1. CL"'n I ..c XOREIS, lath a right to be heard by himself counsel or both; the Lieutenant Governor their removal from office Justice of the bupreme Court; and they may exercise :lion weight.; castings per ton exceeding.. -.10.pounds. ......in-.."360 Lawyers..;................................ 10 10 Oa 00 ", ,""tt"Lherystable \

AWaat$ 4CILS. 6m to demand the nature and cause of the accusation ; to death refusal to qualify. resignation or absence jurisdiction in cases of writs of habeas corpus in any Iron, cut nails and apike.pertou6'OU keepers.. ..... 00-< ,. .-
be confronted with the witnesses him to have from the State the Speaker the House of Representatives Judicial Circuit in which the Judge happen to be Lottery-ticket dealers.. .100 -
; may .. .
Iron pig per ton. ;.. ........ 2 40 ..... .,.. ...,. 10 00 -
haIl Manntactures. ; "W
compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor In like manner administer the Govern. at the time the case arises.
A. F and in aU prosecutions by indictment me*;!, unless the General Assembly shall otherwise 7. The General Assembly shall have- to establish Ironpiste.uotlessthanl-Sofan Inchinthickness. Miners.. .. ...::.. .........1000s "
XBCHILD ; or presentment power .... .. .
per ton. SCO ..
Patent agents.. .!.... ......... ....ivuu-j j
and for the of ?
and trial time he shaD the office of and court
a epeedy public by an impartial jury of provide ; occupy organize a separate or courts original less than 18 of '
inch in'
Iron plate, an .
: DEALER Patent-right dealers... .. ... ........ 10 00 ,
the county or district where the offence was committed Governor, be shall receive the same compensation as equity jurisdiction ; but until such court or courts ...... .. .It .it't '
thickness, per ton .. .. 6 00 Peddlers lit class.. .. .. :.. .:. .:....SO OO'
DRY GOODS aid shall not be compelled to girs evidence shall be allowed by law to the Governor. shall be established and organized the courts shall exercise
GENERAL against ... ... ....
XEBC.ANDISE him 21. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to such jurisdiction. Iron railroad per ton u '- S 60- Peddlers, 2d cIa* ..........._...._.... 25 09 ,, .! '.1 1J-.1
Iron railroad-reroDcd per ton.<....'. ;. 2 40 .. .. .... 15
.. 00
GROCERIES HABDWARE ETC. ETC.. for shall be elected in of this Peddlers 3d class .
the suitable each
II. That all persons shall be bailable by sufficient provide purchase or erection of a bu ld- 8. There county State '
Iron rivets,nuts,washers,and bolls, .. ... f .r.r.i:
per Peddlers, 4ttv das.... .. .; 10 00.
unless in offences lug for the residence of the and the Governor the voters,an officer 40 be styled the
Flo. securities capital where the proof Governor by qualified ton.......... ..-i"1........ 600 50 00
Bay Strut, Jae is evident or the presumption is strong; and the habeas shall reside at the seat government ; but when : ndge of Prolate,to take probate of wills.to grant let Iron rivets nuts, &e., made from Iron!on Peddlers who peddle annual Jewelry receipts or dry not goods over lJ

act shall not be suspended unless when in ever by reason of danger from an or from die. tera testamentary administration and guardianship Photographers
ORE mL' ATTEXDED T case corpus rebellion or invasion, the public safety may require easethe Governor may deem the enemy Capital unsafe, be to attend to the nettlsment 0 the estates ofvdecendents has which been a duty paid of per not ton less In than addition$3 per only ton,2-40 '$500..;......annual....-..- .-.....-._..._.....10 Ou. ..... .'

September 9 -t it. msV by proclamation fix the scat of government at and minors,and to discharge the duties usually appertaining and hollow-ware ion... 3 60 Photographers receipts. .over $500 .
Iron stoves per but not over 1000...... ........._ 15 00. .t"."
and such duties
12. Tnat excessive ball shall In no case be required : some secure place within the State until such danger to Courts Ordinary, othet as Iron advanced beyond pigs blooms, jte.; '
.nnusl over $1,000 25 00
shall fines be shall cruel shall cease. be required by law subject to the direction and Photographers receipts
excessive imposed ; f.J
nor may
nor ; to which it was liablebTtbe term 4'Physicians
.be duty and fitters............ 10 00
B. B. Courts be Plumbers gas
or unusual punishments be inflicted. 22. No person shall hold the office of Governor and I supervision of the Circuit as may provided of blooms sUbs tc-, not having been and 10

AT 13. That no person .shall for the same offence, be any other office or commission civil or military eitherin by law. s- addition to the rates surgeons.------' 00n
COTOSELLOB in foregoing
ATTOEKEY AND paid ... .. ........ 10 00
LW.JACK Real estate agents. *
twice in jeopardy of life and limb. this State or under any State, or the United States. 9. A competent number Justices of the Peace shall -
put per ton._......-..._.... .. .,.? SCO of quantity not exceeding r:: ,.rt -
That shall not be taken or any other ; at one and the same time except be from time to time elected in and lor each county. in Rectifiers any
li. private or applied power
FLA.. manufactures of. not otherwise pro- ... ......
Iron .
600 barrels ..... .... ..- 25
to public use, unless just compensation be first the Lieutenant Governor the Speaker of the House such mode and for such term office as the General vldedlor.8 ct. .io 00I'd t
made therefor. of Representatives when he shall hold the office as Assembly may direct and shall possess such jurisdiction pr Rectifiers of any quantity exceeding .
Block over Protott Manlafe.Sept.2 Iron wrought. railroad chains :e., per barrels for 500 barrels in addition -:
OJke-IIoeg' 15. That In all prosecutions and indictments for libel aforesaid. aamay be prescribed by law; and in cases tried every Ii \.
ton.. .. ....... ..:......... COO "
a be in evidence and if it shall 23. A State Treasurer and Comptroller Public Accounts before a Justice of the Peace the right of appeal shall $25. -
the truth may given ; appear lead and shot... .... 3 6-10 "
Lead sheet pipes Retail dealers... .. .... .......... 1000 .:W4f
of under such rules and regulations be ,
shall be elected the electors the secured as
qualified be may
libel and by :
that Ihe is true
to the jury publishedwith Lead sheet, lead pipes. .and. shot, on Retail dealers liquor.................... 2300. ".. '
good motifes. and justifiable ends the truth State at the same time and who shall continue In ,office prescribed by of 3 cent has not been ,e .
FRANCIS |I. WHEATON, which duty per Stallions and jacks.................. 1009 W.
of of shall be appointed by the Governor
shall for the same term as the Governor the 10. There by "
shall be a justification ; and the jury be the judgesof years ;.i-i.i.i. .. 6 "
prev1ouslypaId---------- Substitute brokers.... ......._.......100 00 .. .
consent of
and tile Senate Chief
the advice
F\Jt DUVAL COCSTT the law and facts. State and until their successors shall have been duly and with a 100 .........42
acmto *CJ>6t or nunuxz Associate Justices of the Lead, white per pounds cents. Theatres museum, and_concert halls.. .100 00. # '

resumed the practice of Law. Office corner of 16. That no person shall be put to answer any criminal commissioned and qualified. IV. Justice and this two state who shall reside in this state Supreme and Leather of all descrtpUousj curried or fin Tobacconists.... ';............'......-..,. 10 ..00Wboleeele :'; 1 *,4
but by presentment indictment or inpeachmBt > ARTICLE Court of .... '.....". .
HAS Agent for theixirchaseand charge, ished.. .. .:;. ;. .. .. e percent. dealers annual sales not over .
and Jil.lrtet-IItnetL' Also, their office for the term of six from their ,
hold years "
except in such cases as the Legislatureshall LEGISLATIVE.DEPAJLTMXNT; Leather of all descriptions,tanned in the S50.ooo..50 00 c!i 3..rirt

"DIe" "of. lieal, Estate."* "* U otherwise provide ; but the Legislature shall para i appointment confirmation unless sooner removed sough-----4.--: -........_......... (i *Wholesal*dealer whose annual sales ar.. -. .-** .
October" no law whereby any person shall be required to answer L The Legislative power of this State shall be vested under the provisions of this Constitution' for the removal -' Leather..manufactures of not otnerwiae 50000. $1 for $1,000 in addition rr .

any criminal charge involving tbe life of the. accused in two distinct branches the one to be styled the of Judges by address_or.impeachment 4. and for proyidedfor6 to. over every '1.t11.tr
to the$50. ; + 'f :
K. BlSZZL indictment by a Senate the other the House of Representatives and willful neglect of duty.or other reasonable cause,which ; 1;
c. P. coornu except upon or presentment Lime and Boman or water cement.-8-10 Wholesale dealers in annual
Grand Jury. both together 'The General Assembly of the State of shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment, the other monumental stone. ... 'c Iquor. .sales ., t tJCtT .
Marble or not over$50,000........ ....... a......GGCd "
COOPER A BIMBEE. 17.That no conviction shajiwoit corruption of bloodor :Florida"and the style of the laws shall be "Be it enacted Governor shall remove any of them on the address of Ilastsspars; ,and'vessel blocks..?* i;..;..2 4-10: "_ "Wholesale dealers in liquor &ashes .

forfeiture of estate. by the Senate and House of Representatives of two.thirds of the General Assembly Provided, howev not otherwise provided for.- ''1U ,
'V Materials
AT I $1 for $1,000 In addition
$50,000. .
ATTOBNEYfci 18. That retrospective laws punishing acts committed the State of Florida in General Assembly convened" er, That the cause or causes shall be notified to the manufactmeiOf'--.... K over to the $50. every- ,.t 'IIi

JACKSONTILLE, FLA. before the existence of inch laws, and by them only declared 2. The members of the House of Representatives Judge so intended to be removed ; and he shall be admitted Molasses produced from the sugar-cane. ,

penal or criminal are oppressive unjust and shall be chosen by the qualified voters and shall serve to a bcarizu in his own' defence before any vote per gallon.........;.... ........_ C cents.'lloUsaes :coaL: _' t
'Sai 'Lkck.Spteaibft with wherefore no facto for the of two from the day of the general for such removal shall pass, and in such case, the vote .
Oftfi Saxmd Sterg incompatible liberty ; tx port term years ,'syrup of; melado, and cistern Income exceeding $&$l and .not nceediDC ,

tm. law shall ever be made. election and no longer ; and the sessions of the Gen shall t e taken by yeas and nays and entered on the bottoDll.perpoDDd.->; $5.000.......... ................'. Spercent'Income

9 19. That no law impairing the obligation contracts! eral Assembly shall be annual and commence on,the. journal cf each Hoase respectively, and in
DOGGT, shall be passed. second Wednesday in November in each year. appointment to fill a vacancy in, said offices the per. pouad.....-.'...................*.;. 2-10" $5,000 -.'..-.......; ..'.. ..-....;.;''...;10' "* .
A. 20. That the people shall have a ri;ht, lu a peaces.ble 3. The Representatives shall be chosen every two son so appointed shall only hold'office for the Xaphtha,known as gasoline of specific Bank dividends and additions to surplus ic. f

ATTOENEY AT LAW. ALSO NOTARY 1'ITBLIC, manner to assemble together to consult for the years on the first Monday.in the month of October ed term of his predecessor. unuPir-1 (gravity exceeding 70 deg:...-....... K percent funds................ ............5 '... :'.
common good ; and to apply to those invested with the until otherwise directed by law. 11. Tbere shall be elected at the time Oils, essential of all descriptions....<..... 6 -'' Bank profits not divided or added to> anr- :

MCXfOKTILU )LA-, powers of government for redress of grievances or 4. No person shall be a Representive unless he be awhile prescritx d by law, by the qualified electors of each of Oil coal illuminating; refined naphtha; pJua............ ......._......'.... oS .t4

other proper purposes, by petition, address.or remon man, a citizen of the United Statesand shall have the respective Judicial Circuits of this State, one distillate,benzine benzole produced by Canal companies, dividends interest on

Will attend to all aialters connecied with noting and. ,strance. been an inhabitant of the State two years next preceding Judge of the Circuit Court.who shall reside in, the the distillation .of petroleum Jte., per ,bonds and additions to surplus foods.... S .' J Jf.h

extending. protests tc. O Bce-r-temportlr. ) at real.denee. 21. That no soldier in time of peace shall be quartered his election, and the last year thereof a resident of Circuit for which homey be elected and the said Circuit Uon.......;.;. ..-..-..;-;;.'...".... .- 20 cents.' Insurance companies, dividends and addi.f. ;\

J' "m- In any house without the consent of the owner ; norm the County for which he shall be'chosen-and shall Judges shall continue In office for the term of six Oil illuminating, refined produced by tions to rurplas fIl1lda;.;...;; ....;;......5 .. h" .

September time of war but In a manner prescribed by law. have attained the age of twenty-one yean. years from the date of their respective elections unless. the distillation! oi coal-- asphaltnm or Railroad eompaniea dividends Interest on '.' ,. .211;0

22. That no standing army shall be kept up without 5. The Senators shall be chosen by the qualified electors sooner removed under the proivsions in this Constitution shale, :lye1y.per gallon ". ...;... 15 MOll bonds and additions to surplus funds.... 5 M .

ARCHIBALD B\KK8,. the consent of the Legislature ; and the military bail for the term of two years at the same time in the for the removal of Judges by address or impeachment lard inseed, mustard-seed and all Salaries ci U. S. o Qcers_;.....v...;...1i _",; x.0'

LAW. be In strict subordination to the civil power. same manner and in the same places where they vote ; nud for willful neglect of duty or other reaSonable -' animal and vegetable not otherwise provided Turnpike companies'diTidends,Interest ', .
ATTORNEY. .A'f S3. That perpetuities and monopolies are contrary to for members of the House of Representatives ; and i-ante'Which shall not be sufficient'for impeachmeut for, per gallon.. .. ........ .. .. IS ? .on bond; and additions to surplus funds 5 ,of.. _, t ". .

CAOTESYTIIX TX?aDA. the genius ofafree peopie and ought not to be allow. no| man shall be a Senator unless be be a white the Governor shall remove any of them, on the. Paints and painters'colors.-;....;....r. 8 per ct. .LIcuaasUJ, vzaoxs.-'. .' t; fJ-ili.< "t

Wfll attend promptly to all bu. ness Intrusted to his ed. man a citizen of the United State,and shall have beenan address of two thirds of the General Assembly: Provided Paper of all descriptions.' including pasteboard .' -

J1y29-d" 24. That no hereditary emolument, privileges, or inhabitant of this State two years next preceding bit however,' That the cause or causes shall be stated binders'board and tarred paper 3 per cent. Legacies,lineal issue or ancestor,, ,brather.t'. ., 00- 00:

tire. .. honors shall be granted or conferred in this State. election and the latt year thereof resident, of the at length in such address and entered on tbe journal of Pepper and pimento;ground,and all iiaii- .'1\ ; or slate?.......I.........-,.'.....;... 1 per.cent. .

., T. LOX3.' 25. That a frequent recurrence to .fnndamea principles District or County for which he shall be chosen and each House: And provided further That tile cause
T. Is absolutely necessary to preserve the blessings shall have attaIned the age twenty-five yean. causes stall be notified to such Judge so intended to 1 Petroleum. eradl'o'perblU'reI:I.'....-. -....i 00 Legacies, uncle or aunt, or descendant ef "It'llii\ .

.X1TOI2'EY AtLAW I' of liberty. 6.The House of KcpresenUtives. when assembled oe J jcmored and be shall be admitted to a hearing in I. Photographs,or other snn-pictares. beiagr same .... .'.'.-.;.. .;..;;;;:.. ....4' '- ; .",

26. That to guard against transgressions upon the shall choose Speaker and its other officers and the his owu' defence befo;e any vote or votes for such removal copies of engravings or work of arU.;.. 6 per cent. Legacies great uncte or_aunt or .deabend-. ,"t".) flli.4
L&x2CrrT.P1t, ; 'rights of the people "declare that everything in this Senate,its other officers and in the. absence of the s.l4ll pass; and in such cases the vote hall be Piar OJ and oUleummcal1DltrU1I1fl1 j1..:... 6 '.. ant of same..............':...-........ 5 "
and entered of blood........ ..... -"P4C
theJournzila ,
of of Lieutenant a President tempore. and tat en by yeaaandnaya Legaciesstanger in ;
article Is excepted out the general powers government Governor, pro Pickles, preserved fruit vegetables, aeat,, .
italy %-mp.: ". and shall forever remain Inviolate ; and all laws each House shall be judge of the qualifications elections each House respectively .. .'r -. fish and sh l1ah.....'.....l........ -6' ... Successions lineal issue or ancestor.... 1 "'A. hY.

contrary thereto'or to the following provisions shall and returns of iU members but a contested 12. Tte* p.x>limnent of Chief Justice and Associate Pin... ....?.-....,................f, ..,6 ."* Successions, brother or sister, or descend- .

C.ATTQENBY_. ILL. ..TtS. ,. I be void. election shall be determined in such manner as shall be Justices of the supreme court shall be made every sixth Pottery-ware'manufactures? of...:;..',". '6' 'ant of same...._.., ....;..J..r.4..2 ..".' -

H directed by law year after their first appointment and the election of Quicksilver produced from the ore.;...'... il 410"Uepairs Sttf cessions, uncle or aunt or descendant.. 4Succtssitis .:'

JiT LAW ARTICLE --1. A majority of each House shall constitute a quo Judge of the Circuit Court .and Judges or Chancellors of engines can,carriagetvor other ",?at uncle or aunt,or d* cendaotof .*>! W44

Jll8T1UBt'TIOS or THE powrKs or OOVElSJIwtrT. rum to do business,, but a smaller number may adjourn of the Chancery Court when established, shall be heldin articles on increased value.i.V.. ?.-.-. J 6-10' IJUDtJ.........:...,.-..-...,.t--... 3 ..,! -

JACKSONVILLE FLt from day to day, and may compel the attendanceof every sixth year after their first elections at the Repairs of ships steamboats or other yei.onmnceseavaluo .. Successions stranger lnblood'i......... tl '

1. The powers of the government of 'the State of absent members, in such manner-and under such Fate time aDd-places as.,the !election .for- members of S ;.'.:."..,:..'..''.. 2410" :'jumcmarscBxotruEa. i'r:3j, fl '

JAMBS. :31. B-AKEK:" aDd Florida each shall of tnem be divided confided into to three a separate distinct departments body of lagUtracy -,' penalties 8. Each as House each may House determine may prescribe.the rules of its own the 13.General That whenever Assembly.the General Assembly shall. create Sails whatever, tents,materials shades,awnings made and. ...bags:....of.; 6'.' : Jliiiirdtablee, keptfornle.-. $10 00 .'. "fbt '.

to-wit: those which are Legislative to one ; I behavior Chancery Court under the provisions of this Constitution Carriages kept for use, over $5(1 and fcnot ,
members for disorderly a
its and bIcarbonate' of"oday 'per- "
proceedingsjiunith Saleratns, ..._.:... ; _... 1 =
: eo'g
AT LAW those which are Executive to another ;and those. whichare I &DdWIth the consent of two-thirds expel member the Judges thereof shall be elected in the man- pea...., ,-_--.- ,... ....;.......... C mills over$100. : -* ;

AT.TOKNEY Judicial to another. but not a second time for the same cause. provided in the last two sections of this article,and Salt per 100 pounds. .:...:..*...'.".'..' T3-10cents Carriages. kept for,use- ,-over $100. and: not ,. "s,, +; .,'1
... ......
. 5 00
'2. Ko collection of persons, being one of shall hold their offices and be subject, all the provisions over $200 ; ; ?
FLA. person 9. Each House, during the session, may punish by Screws commonly called wood-screws..10; per cent.Shipsjmd .
JACKSONVILLE, these department, shall exercise any power properly' imprisonment any person not a member for disrespectful of said sections r Provided, however That the all other vessels or water-craft 2410"Silk. Carriages;kept for use over $200,and: not :' J' .

KT Office at Mrs. Hendersons. Nov 18-Cnrpxoncx. belonging to either of the others, except in-the instance or disorderly behavior In its presence, or' for said Judges shall be,elected by general ticket 1 by. 1 ,maDut.uiureof.H." ...-.<..., S. -s, ever $3OO..J.for over$300 and .not.. Spa"' .i AUO'0
use. {
expressly provided in this ConstUntlon.- such imprisonment district u the General Assembly may direct. otherwise C&rriaCetkept
obstructing any oUts proceedings provided sbonll occur either in, the'Chancery Silver manufacture"of. not pro- over $500........ ...,'... ,.. .........,. 603 ,.,,;:1._ .
That a
vacancy .
ABTICLE m. shall not extend beyond the end of tbe session. 14. .Tided for..6 '' t.. 'u
j death removal resignationor -Carriages.kept'for na", over $300'------- 0-
or Circuit Courts, by sandstone .when ,
Slate freestone ae. hewn
'ixiccnvt"DrpABTintjrr., .. ,10. Each House shall r keep Journal of iu proceedings -' otherwise it shall be tbe duty of the Governor to Issue finished or dressed.........,:.... .. 3 CIO" 'Piano fortes and other mtwieal.iBStrnTnents -' : 1.;.fd '

H. VAUGHAH, 1.The Supreme Executive- power shall be vested in a and cause tbe same to be published immediately I a writ election to fill such '.vacancy and he shall Snnfl Of all description: ,per'i>oaBd....7...;...40 centr- :ovr$00iTi1neeaCh..ri-,kept for use, over $100 and5 not ,, -1lh_J..

Chief Magistrate. who shall be styled the Governor after its adjournment;and tbe yeas and nays of the give at least sixty clara notice thereof by proclamation Soapsoft.........-....-....;...;..,...:,j a per.cent.. 'Piano-fortes. and ether musical imtru. .
Physician andSurgeon, the State of-Florida. members of each House shall be taken and entered upon i and the Judge so elected to fill said vacancy. shall continue Soap CastUc.lc.'not over 5 cents.ll8rpound' -> lbs over'O and 'not "- .. ..I.-"W .

Office In Eammui' Rock with Dr. Upaon.Oct7. 2. The governor shall be elected for four years, by the Journals upon the final paacage" 'every bill, Jn office from the time he ef the qualifies term of under hia predecessor his coin in vaue per pound.-;..hJ....'...;... 24 10mllls manIa over$400, kept invalue.each; use, ........,..;..*-.. .400. ,*sj< '.tlj

the qualified elector at the time and place they_ shall and may,by any two members, be required upon any mUslooTuntil the expiration Soap, CastUe.-ic.,over 5 cents per pound .. .. ,Piano-fortes and other musical Inaurn-

.-t vote representatives, and shall remain in office until other question and any member of, either House shall : dedbowever.Tha' should become necessaryto In value per pound.-....;..A 1 2.10 reDt- mentskept, for us*. ".$400 each".: 6 00 : .r* .m-rJ.

a successor shall be chosen and qualified. cave liberty to dissent from, or protest against any fill$ay such vacancy before an election can be held Soap, fancy scented, ie..per pound...';,..;:6 Plate of for use, ounce troy. '. 50 ''
to the under the provisions of this Constitution tbe Governor .... per ., ...t1 .
think 24-10mill
3.: Ko shall be eligible to the office of Governor act or resolution which he may injurious Starchmade of poUtoca, per pound, S \
DR. OEO: "EX :MePxIEflspN.Physician : : person of' his shall have to fill such vscany;by appointment *..' I Plate ef rilvor,kept for use;per ooxxs troy
and have the reasons power wheat 8-10 t
vnlea be thall have atlaiaed the age of thirty years public or an individual; office fromthe Starch made of corn er per ,'Watches,goidy kept for nee.- not overflow. .. : .

and Surgeon.' stall have been a citizen of the TJnited Stales ten years, dissent entered on the journaL and the person so appointed shall bold his Starch made ofrice_ oothermsterlalspes. ',tnrvulu--......... ..... 100; .
and shall bare been a resident of Florida, at. least Ave. 'II. Senators and Representatives shall in all.cases date of his commission until his" BBecewr" shall I pound.....;.....T'.."..*.;....-#.'.-?.?.0.-._ l'MOeenta Watches.gold,kept for"sei over .$100 In 'j ..'.1..11 t"'Ya1 -

Oflice comer 4 Oeea and Forsytbe streets, former his election. '.- treason felony, or breach Of;be peace.be pi IvIlezed be duly elected and qualified. Steam engiues. including locomotives and.. .. _., '
next preceding except e..........; ..._.j. ,.,._.i 2 00
1a14enre oIL t. Reed.E.q. Xo3mpDr.J.ALTODD. years i -Th.r. ahall be elected at tbe came time for tIle from arrest during the session of tbe Gelet'd Asaembly k ."t: [-Ccnditded in ItUJ'wtzt.] marine engines..'...... "per' cent: ,, Ya hti.M tons oilcan,each...";......... 500'; >'p "- .b
the Governor : in colD to. or. returning from the same. .- . Steel not over 7 cen.s per poun.Ha uTile; : : ; :
., same tcra,aii4 with like qualification ** ;and I. J i Tacht over -touaadd not over .20. ton* : i'; -/f t .
: who shall be c.a.cio ITtJdentof *- one flay for every twenty miles.such members.may :'SCHEDULE: -.per ton.... ..... ........,.,...& pO.. _' ," ,
.A Menttnant Governor; allowing ? ;, J eaeh....,..... .....:..,.,.....,...;... 1000 'i
; the Senate,but shall have no" vote ,excEpt, JIT reside from the place at which the"General Assembly t.or AitlrIe l d.ob Dpa&JoM' 8 bJee t Steel. over 7 cents and not over' 11 cents .Yachtsorer 20 ton*and:,not ever 4O uuu,"''- '* .

HiS removed to JackaonviheflaM and wID eo.tIu'ft. cases of a tie and during the session 'of she General Is convened and for any. speech.or" debate in T x'ttuder the ,Excise Law of.:tho tni.t4IdNtntee.,4Approved '' per pound In value, per toa-,)I. 1.1. -
practiceldf Us profc Bon in all Its brantbe Asaemblv. he shall receive such compensation as thai! either Hcnsc they shall not be questioned In any other Jane 3O, ISCf, aa Steel over 11 cents per pound in yalqe'.lS 00BuC .YachtovVr40 ons"andn :OTer86 tons,>:T: *& **.\U '

OfSee and noomsCp stairs In C.Xtehols Building. ',' !.. : . 1 ', roiled in'aheeis,:rod or wlre'mado of hu.- :: .. '. ... ... 00
be allowed to Senator. > amended March 3, 1863.gAXCACTtKESAD.JRDDrCTIONL. .. each......;...... .:... ,? -., ,50 .*10M ,hrJ
.7 Street where be maybe oDd at an boors,unless I5L The returns of every election' :for Governor. and 12 The General Assembly shall make provisions bylaw steel, on which..duty.has .been paidon.increated : : .' .Yachts'over'SO tons and not over 110 tons, -

JIroCeMionaDr eDaged. OOYenWr..ball be sealed up and transmitted .for' filling vacancies'- that may occur In either '_ ." value....V..V.vhV..;;: 8 per. e&cb.'ZS 00 riYehover1l0tonseaCh Sas .ts
Lieutenant -
of Tax. .
$ep 2Um directed 10 the Speaker House by the death resignation otherwise) of any'. Stet manufactures of. not oaerwlsevidcd .t' '. .. .. ...100 .OO..un
-- ._ __ to the scat of government BepresciiUtivta; who shall daring the of its member. ". ,. Barytcs sulphate of/per lOG pounds.... .14 '.10 cents. ,for.......:.-...........";... 6 .,. .-. .- ,,
of the House House shall be opeJwLeD in BiU-beads cards circulars te.. printed..* 6 per cenL 'a'anrB ei cacVIATIow.LD P1T1..
of.eacn fitereotypera,
the session next after their election,open 13. The doors .
of u
The Jacksonville Hotel.1 first week such occasions as;In the Book, magazines, pamphlets, rEviews of..'. .. ., .. .... t6 .. '. :*
and them in the presence of both Houses,-oftbeGener4As.embly. legislative session except on productions ft. > < < j Bank deposit\per montk.. ..;.....1.24 of I pwt"
(rotmerl kD.vi Mtoraruse.HAVIXQ .) publish and the ,person having the* opinion of the House the jmMle.safety majrimperiotiaUNeither .and similar nmbUcaUonr print. X, .. Sugar;not abovenuniber 12 Dutch'stand-' Bank capital per;month....'..b_i<.;.:... -,of l.iisi
newly for- .; office, snail eI.Boots....-.t t:1. -.;.< ;:.,-* ard"perpoDl14..,*".'-'.........-.....;j2'-1q tata. Banelrcu1sUon.per mouth..i.l2ofl"auk
bees Ui ronculy rrpaired and nkfeaat number of votes fur the respective ;yrequireIecra4y .. ..... '. ; .
khoes. .
.. .
of .
the Lieutenant COrernor ; hot If two Or Hours shall; without 't1 and i. tr.'t.o" Sugar, above number aud poV.abov 1&. circulation. exceeding 0 percen".of' *'- : \< -.

..a'emBf'pabttepabtte,is now open. for' tb..c.* ,omao4&t1onoc: be i boufcSbe nnaorand t quI sad highest In votes for the officeofOoveroorvoneoftoeurshalibe other adjourn for more than three days, nor to any Brandy dtoUlled from grapes, per aheath-gaUon..GO- centa.Dnas .Duteh.standardr|>crponBd;.i.. .. 3.' 1l capital,,fa.: ildttlQTK........"..."..* 1Bauk -.ofl !"II' a

HADDOCK .DBT8DALE more chosen Governor ,by other place than that in which they may be sltUng.w : and copper.toned.attd yellow Sugar above p uaiVer,10>: Dutch*standard. .. : ','. ;circulation; exceeding average tdx'4'
and '
.Proprietors. t lb jfosas* :and la'like manner Bills may originate in either House of the.Gfl1 tug metal.ja rodacir sheets copper. ..poaDC1.1.(201014 monta preceedmg 1.1964. ia 41-.N7-J'$j,5don.
thejoiat vota j tiro per ct.
-. *aall be rqualtad niftiest In ote for rat Assembly; and all bills passed by one Bouse maybe sine, and brass .t..an4l1veta".SS.10 Sugar reaaerv0* gross anwunt of sales}ofjl per JoeQt"l'. .' ; ....! .....!-.....!...., ...._.1-4 oft. .
if two or jnw but rolled aadUreOewsheathing : .;. 8 irri..ftLa
-- oae'ef them, snail discussed amended; rejected by the other; Brasa and copper Thread yarn,and warps for weaving., :. tl'MBtoaTL -;
: the office Lieutenant o""eraOfl theforO.OflIWU31t110fl three'aeveraldays metal la"rods or sheets on Tobacco, CanndJab plaf. .'p01tad.&O tents' ;'. : it. : .

F.. M. MYHELLy be chose Lientenaat Governor b/tne Joint Governor- vote,of: no bill shall be have read In each House and tree,discussion which duty of S per cent has not been Tobacco, smokingj.pVrpOUfl4 '. ", JPas __,.'_"_: ....1 ...,., .' ... ... ....,._. .".. ..l..J" I. 1 .'
efottton | r..rt.3S.
I And'contested to t .............. ,8 cent. cl;
Steamboat tuid 'Ship Agent lbs two HMMS. ; shall b*determine 1 by 'bofc be allowed thereon, unless in cases' of urgenes. four previously paid.... _, -per Tobacco;' smoking'made 'n .tttnrlJha4iiy rk.E.eacb .' t"zh. .

and Lieutenant Governor ) rach BUnser >asshaUbsprurtbed'h7lst > fifths theUcmte to which tile aame shad fee depend Brick draining,tiles: earthensud. stone' ,'Btenv.perpotmdi.,i"..f," '.:.>.. .f..t15t 1sl4; ,"?*' "..T. .. .. '

ADd C mmlMJon.lit Geteil ThrwiTdthC, .. i gooses ofthe General A.saemb1-: ,,-. 'in <' : fc>g.may deem it expedient to dispense --with the rule.. f. >watel'ptpM.). l.\: ;:.:...,..;..-.' Si.. 19 H Tobacco fine cut chewing,per pound..':,j.If :' j ,-r, '. _. :. ,. ".' ... J '.,- '
be ;.S as-' ,_ r.
shall 1q ,
I ThtUloo1fl luml$11 v.ba ltMdpnntMt. ye
receive& comDentation & hifl baring passed both Houses Tobacco, twisted by ;
M.E.n..CH e. The aoreniprshaU at stated times be ,.lncreased : OVtI7 u, ;tbeir; j&tf ,,'gayed. <.\.3.Mi"-.V;yirj. !' '**".*.'??.*;**;,.10of1"._ .,.j? ,ap1ri\ll r.per ga1Iou .,.. 2t.t.' ... !iNEWORK.BUGGJES' E

BaT tret, &;,flLdI,J 4O! **.. fat bla services whIch shall fo Dot trhtebJ be shall .=: r -Canalep...,(....,..,-...*.....'-.**"..?*;'.*:*. 'I't" UmbreDa.- paruolll.pu ent''waLtrartlflcIa1Eier1soda.ssraaparufa .; -
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'J&aY'bMllelectecJ i for ground and all Imitations per : G SALE '
Treasury such. corepei1&tiO! CassU, -'FOR ;. ;::7 '
U all asarpaaaed farilitiM'(te omwcttoii wbhfitboat. be IbaD.threIIJb0DMD4 doBara.pet -.- froDl&' P'1b1k be Axed by law.'but DO tuereue of pound....:..:... .... .......-.....j112-1Q.ceAta water1.&MJ'tI.I.C&"iD ....ft.U'. t s '. t :

Ie Ship and Railroads ,*M4RIU: Express Co..).. ; t uJb&U144h5C1,1nmzJldar.In.chktotthc j'ArmJ4l'aY1 ,. jla men u thall may u\eT fed during,the..term for .Chemical productions uncoaipouBded.net : V containing not more than 1 pint, .-,...,G raills, .,. "4 Tomiiiisoiirleiiiai8fii <: 7
otthJ tate;an EuuiLe w''Jtr.cbri. ioD'iu..tWJr.Irom tie wW&tbiB< re jft 9eeot*. lv -..44.= -V"l' "I.,!
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te, &.". .Oo TJ4to&iI._' mcen At thC TlRrutITe Weflt,9fli'CflY: nbJec$ L&wpaaod.; "General' ,assembly shall not ,Cider brandy,.an-!peach i brandy,i t gat-.J''t C", tb .. ... .1."lQceAtaVat '- -' 4c. -e't-i e

Iii; Aapsu; ** W..L JIuL J Co Le reU Jt.Co.31*. .wtq,0 thddUtS of(bear rC5I4C1.V5 dku..t. ; 17TbeeesslonaotJKba over-thirty day.'pules it be deeui* '10'.._(... ..', .l-,.'..- ";: .'. GO' ,mDer'fo or l..r., : lIr .. f'TDU4 8 & :qQ.11 ;:

:'- P.'F. a- ',.., ,L. JLP Bamar1 ,roclaa&tt0Ivu ..exUordInsrira4uz oc cxtendTln duration ooacnrrennnajoTl r-of twa-third'Pf ass ,'pet ( oul&t14......;..;:.. i"".i''lu'w.; Qrtl qrI,'.h.aiU4i "-', ; ., ta
GO.WLong Darien. J.a Nm1IIkCO L. Gaeul Jb1r'aS cW'filltd. 'ofOveiument 'ed expedient by* shall re- in ,;'jnet Overlap "- M :Ji .
the paper wrappers
member Cigarette '
i ,COQTeBO l each House; and no .. { .'L3gp'STA1TL'f
vwmber* .ali
sbaUa, the ;each. package. p.:1.. -t.1P..Wr- S
9t.iT.ojosiiil3 Xeuda1e:aeiid1.J.TI. tJl1Re.-Ulth ;* 100 of 2: yer i-
,7k. oral aerrlcea after the espition per packages, ;" ? .1 '
Palatka. IlL tOct.1mp1 tie am DprVufmm*1DC1fl IioRIdiEUJ celve-pa, from the State. .. twowvnvfMlw for Ida fr wntha COSUIDOnOO ........'.'......,.........*...... 5 cauls. WiDe.D&4'ofrrape. per'pl1:;: .. OI hD4.:. aot'ro 1b'q ,
s. Wine *being.mixeljrttjilbtr? \
xtr.4a1'' produe&b ,
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sea i cu.ol jofa4JourumODt..be p7 's-4-:' .Jneut or the 1HI10J1 1aaDthorlze ._400 t packge.Of2 eaeh;;??.1'..--i.*;;6"-per-cent. spirit.pegUon............... ...," .8v' \t and Open BUGGIES BA PHAETOSJ- (1't
f Oe'' Aaiembl1., aUJ)1 ; wootsu'lc4lwoetn4'hiIted.daU :Fft or UACAIUUAGF.S-ofallalJlM&D46crfpUODa.
A.1iTED.. Joara theta to SRb time Si Jiea7 think' pt'Oper.- 18.ni )Jceuae for b JJ4ing.'foU..1lri4g Cigarettes, .made. fl .. ; l'
tCout1toB5nJ ; jffif' manar.rt $ of.woo1. ,. .. .6 1. t. Orders by mall pwtctnallj 1* rt6 jttmdedi:
cf uiiageniei beyond tbe day ef the*eijmeeiln5:_d *1ffnafced.bj| tteConatitution. tbo .,and 10 ta1illJbJ'errieIIJ ;:1.0 ,reguLate the ,K.rf ;......,....f....,..ntoventeBta.;....;. 'irl centclothand .Zina,oxide'Of'per 100 poI11KU''... .,..:..rr".. CCI ,,t 'to. < : 4 ,
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: $ her:that she shall clap her, hands and shout THE L11UJEIt'n11SINESL THE ELECTION. A night ,attack bavin? been planned The pop pf FJorldawlI;; >ejoico to :1 J,.

i' ;/r. Ihe; I ridJti: ..t: :With Joy over her defeat, and over, the immerise We,have been:peaedolcarri!: through a Advices since our last issue, indicate the against thc1 imperial gunbcat-4ntonfrby that ,Joseph:Finegari was.et let se

i 1 : destruction of her property, ere yet gentleman, who in jtosiubn to be'well informed election of A..H. Bush, 'Judge of"tjio Wes- small Iw at3 from the. American shore, It was ator for Nassancouniyby as almost unanilmoas ,

.j'e''blood of her sons has scarcely dried from! ,onsuclimafters. that; this important 'ternrCircnit' Hon J. WalelBaer| Judge' oft dis\cr and bib boats were sunk by"shpts&pm "ot It i a" singular' fact that< the mis-n

qr Jr41sovJLLE1;; DEO.16; 1885. i-battle'llelds? Men
; cannot be persecuted! Into' require ,use a coniinoX:phrase;,,looking,up.' !Toe, Southern"Circnlt : : A"Federal Pay master,wrs murdered nboveBrownsvirfe never been remarkable for tcI''devotion to

I. K. STICnnST 1Wtor ana Proprietor;' ments. A generous confidence, 'placed !in demand' wgood, while, ,the supply :remains i : ,are,tI'h ev.Senators, and Repre by the forces j'f Cortinas, who the Union,nor in :devision opinion would:.

.A : 4/ the' :men ofthe South lathe best .", aj, n .to ratherhniitedbut. the"encouragemcnt::gtyen sentaU cs elected,-so far as the cunte.ae f d'"jtb$3QIO)
'J.;: IHOUCES BTEELEt: ,Anociata Editor., conquer old prejudices, and to inspire their to the latteris, so strong as to stimulate'*the" 'hear, < from. .. The amnesty offered Maxiuilian has --. i.
I: .'.,. ;' BREAKERS AHEAD' T love..,. Let; the President 1 ,_and the_ ,people! Jtlie'North enterprise necessary to produce it in sufficient t(i,lstrtct-Johnf Gorrie t White, .-",*.' been apt by some heath rs,-of -the We give below Branch of the
THOSE ; report of
: qi ARE thenrforbear while tbeSouth is quantities. "BetWfSn' the,Suwannee andvthls i'' .Thoma
When one has been sailing through aplacid \ 8th ,. lberals on tie Rio Grand I the Secretary ol the'Treasury, as,, relates
!ll "1 f 3' 4/ of making sqmanjpfferings) ofthe olive branch; city-'there- -are. -: yensteinii\ saw', mills,erecteS( 9th H D.L. ,' x '.- The Antonio Jleral of tlu '29th of I TaxAct. to
WIth ft jicalm,steady breeze,dreaming: .; a C S the Direct We are that
J sea, while are for though now and then she gives sign of arid beidg erected, beside the mills alreadyb''operation 10th W. Brevard, ,_ ". November, states that a n mber of Lib Tal will s" our '
safe and.happy voyage, thoughts_ : < c Legislature .promptly to"the .
j in Jacksonville' "and "those 12th W. eipnd ,
tieart fillet with
orJi is being
t agony &ri"y Caprs'Bir Officers had arrived! there having"ibando idthelibetal'eause i "
in it it .
and already .
'r are 13th E.
aLcad, r enough
running built for mbcr. !1 Scretas rmedtio trr-
honor, and will be true to itsplighted faith._ the manufacture of J T e iopelc&.
as without
little startline to hear the:words i arc, those 16th William B: Ross, popl ; .the enor-'
I ; a --. ... Increased facilities for transportation which 18th attending its collection
P' breakers ahead ?' ,TUEUEGISIATCBE. I Uober Ricarc, :: The M Times giv !a fav.rablo acCount expns by Federal -
c: :: ,we learn are soon to be afforded on the F.:A; 19th J.I. ,
J Somewhat in this condition have the States On ne Monday the General Assembly 20th Rpr ofthO JfgraUon1t tOihaL country. ,
; jr the : Or TAXX3.X.IHK UU .
,' &:G. C. Rail Roadwill,; be means of introducing -i COLLc .UUUa mil*
t under military.,government been, for:, some this State is to convene. So far'as we have. I 21 st Holmes Steele, The imperialists achieved t victor over the In patting into operation the system Internal revenue
Somewhat ,conscious of an increased supply into the city,'and 1 I 22nd "' James Burt, liberals 300 kill, in the recently rebellfona State,it became neonary -
P weeks past. being been able to become informed, the results of rear Oajaca, havh r route ,
I for the Secretary to decide whether or not an
I thus cheapcn'the'artcJ. to a point that,will 23d Samuel'H.,Owens, eflbtt
it propelled by,propitious breezes on their' voyage thelate: 'election.Indicate that the people have stimulate importance,to its exportation. 24th Samuel Curry, 'o e 37, and captured 68. 'he lake near the to should the establishment be made to coBec of revenue:the taxes offices which therin.are price

i to a port/whiclx their,hopes had already: manifested good judgement in the characterand --.I- 26th J. L. F.Cottrel city Mexico, had, risen t:with one inch giving the subject duo ccosidera:ion U Scrt.Afr'i

cnterred; and sailing on,'over a sea from qualifications of the Representatives THE BES1DENT MESSAGE. 27th of the level of the city, aid crcs 'e
: ; which aU turb, i.: nt'.waves', had disappeared, whom y'have chosen to become their law We produce this important document in a 28th Berry Hcndry, rJarrn. om; 1lom many of'beJ11nvolutri.!t me.hD tat I

lected heavy ,
they have become: ta ll startled by evident givers. In this conduct. the people have done, supplement of this issue. For months, sur. HOUSE OF. REPRESENTATIVES.MacJiua -4. attempted t be eaUbllilecl in o ,to that of the

Hiu 1 / signs of ill ahead, and they now ask, their duty ; and' it- remains' for those Representatives .. ;. prises have agitated the people as to what -F. C. Barrett,R.,H. Paata! Corrcspoi lencc. ravages United Ste.war.and Usaed bad.bn greatly. .uhaut, by the the
t "are those breakers J"" A sweep of the. political -: to do th ir's. would be the character of the :President's Columbar GarrettTan Zant, Hal. Collins, TIE Imsn IN TOWN, INOIGNAT. or, Er- 21st ofjune,declaring ", waiving in any
I ;NG &c.-It seem that ,J J. LCA I,' mid decree the right of tbegorerdmeiu in rexpeet toUxtawhich
I glass 'around the horrizon, reveals to Questions'of great magnitude' will force suggestions to Congress upon the all absorb- Dutal J. A. Peen, J. N: Haddock; 1 had before that time accrued th States
"that ail" is notwelL" Franklin-J. ?, Capt. Gradick o Alach Co in'ty, Territorial .or aaotuning aD
watchman 5ettnnd
JI the of the themselves the consideration of the As- ing topics restoration. eonert'
_upon. .u _, ,. Gadsden J. J. Dickison, W. II. Gee, }I}I being moved aad seduced by the,instig Ltion taxpayer from hlgalrpnibiiy t.such Uxw.,
-- sembly. From the altered condition' ol the The Message bears the stamp of ability, Johnston, the t.Insist at I
of the Devil fried Fleming, would on their payment, far a*they
The attentive observer cannot fail to have andin the main where it treats of Sernando W. T. Saxon (&K our present s payable
reorgani- -
; organic law of the State, a large nunber of prior to the establishment of a collection district em
noticed that President Johnson has, .of late, its statutes 4 have become in-operative, 'and zation it harmonizes with the position which HillsZ'orouph-John Henderson, say in an indictment for rr.urder) brougli on bracing a territory In which the taxpayer mided."
Jefferson A. !r. A. Peeler and .0. the interior several For lub.ttv the same ruuac induced the
Manning, here en route or Irish
taken an additional step in the way :of,re- must, therefore, be repealed ;Awhile the con- President Johnson 'took early after assum- G. Fife, u cir.. i t b his
''coloredfriends' duty to suspend under the
quirementl of the disorganized States, ,as a dition hi'which'the elements society have ing the Chief Magistracy of the nation. Levy-W. R. Coulter, men and women, whereupon our law. Te ctoe al farer howerer, bare b tax
_ _
their reception into the national Leon-J. J. Williams P. B. Brokaw G. T. tolled the,town-boll, called a meet- ed Stae. haTe appt
_ pre-requisite to become involved, demands a new system of premises are so clearly taken, and its far a*it baa been practicable to make them, without.
: In his proclamation and Instructions is Maxwell and,A. J. Peeler, ing and promulgated the iminent danger sales ot Some sale had,
_ f miy. laws, the adaptation of which to the important reasoning cogent, that no criticism chal- property. howerer. been previously
Liety-J W Hosford; I threatened to the industrial pursuits of the mad i many of the St vnaooaU
to the Provisional' Governors, call ends sought, will claim the profoundest lenged; and no review of ours could possibly "UTarioHr-G. M. Bates, E. D. Howse, of property been ale '.
_ ing .North Carolina, Mississippi ,, AlabAma. consideration and study, and the best matured impart to it perspicuity. We, therefore,sendit Maditon-W. P. Moseley, T. Langford, I country by theTurners" interfering wit In ed South have JInce Carl.portion under of the the lands eleventh thus pb
Putnam H. R. Teasdale our loyal citizens. At the meeting it appear., ben.l 10n
act of .
;" Georgia and South Carolina to take steps results of the 'wisdom of our legislators. out to our readers without comment, feeling tqe .
_ Polk-Dr. Stanford ed that CoL orders lately 4' '
one promulgated
,how it'will be received how The Scotch Tenant
acceptably System
towards preparing themselves restoration Sumter-John W.Johnson.DOMESTIC met with severe censure from what : Virginia. t b Trie In

_ to the Union, nought was required of them While some of the legislation, from the very carefully read, and how seriously pondered [From the Richmond T .]

then, but to,annul their ordinances of seces- nature of [surrounding circumstances, NEWS. your reporter could udeIdtd We were ifore on yesterday,tht )Ir.
_ There two steam sawmills Black, the to
are incpcration reference

IMPROVEMENTS. SOUTH CAKOLINA. On the 29th inst. the Scotc cpitt
debts and to admit of dictation ,
sion, to repudiate their war must be in obedience to terms was
We notice on hand a spirit of improvement of Governor of here. I find ordinary lumber much cheaper madei paper some 1esiC
J. L. Orr
the freedmen into their civil courts ; all : yet it must not be forgotton that much of it every inauguration lon. has led that large and valuble
I going or. New houses arc being I this State took place. The here than in Jacksonville. estate, the "White House and
gay assemblage at
of which those States-promptly acceded to. i is still left to the freeand: untrammelled will prop

But quite recently the President has, made of the Representatives of the people. erected, old ones repaired and dilapidated of brilliant ladies which, in former days, was The orange crop is very good this year, once introducing the tenant St-

fences being overhauled, or new enclosures want to grace the capital on such occasions, M usual. Why i id it that people do not give land upon it. Apart from the historical
another requisition ; and this is, that the legislature Prominent among the topics which should terest which attaches to this famous estate it
built. :Mr. C. has built a large is said more attention to the ? It is a ,
being Slager to have been wanting on this occasion orange(crop
.t of ,those States, as well as those ol earnestly engage the attention of the Legislature ; will now be additionally interesting as theft
two house near his residence, which, but few ladies profitable investment. I people ares ,
story being present and those most suppose plantation in East Virginia where the
the remaining revolting States, must accept are the militia l laws of the State fa code
-- and ratify the amendment proposed to the for the regulation of the'domestic relations of we are informed, is designed for a bakery. ly in mourning. The oath of office was ad- eager to realize present gains that they system of labor and i to be tried by a gentleman -

The addition to the Taylor Howse is nearly ministered by the Chief Justice of the State, will not wait patiently a few ye r for the capital itelgenc. Isncc.
r. Federal Constitution, providing fortheaboli- freedmen ; a code for their government ful], the value of lands m,Hanover -
finished, and already makes an imposing Hon. B. F. Dunkin. certain returns of a large profit o-i their' in- Wi
New Keiit
should and and
tionof slavery withm the United States. I and protection, which embrace the King Queen mutt

Why has this step been taken ? We do not :protection of the tchitet also; _the establishment appearance. The farewell address of Governor Perry is vestments. speedily advance.We .
I i Cardy's new steam saw: mill is nearly completed sid to have elicited much emotion and the This is the present terminus of.r steamers also hear excellent acunt from the
know. But noticeable viz the of ;
is Court of
one thing ; a Chancery ; an enlargement various immigration
a I and three others are in. of which above Jacksonville with the shemes agenciesfor
progress naugural address of Governor Orr excited ass
President has made this demand since the i of the sphere function of the office of procuring labor which
the erection. profound attention.TEEss.In. exception of the "Silver Sprin "whic established in this city. haverect.be
I election in the North, which overthrew the Judge Probate ; and laws encouraging
Our merchants have reduced prices considerably the Legislature of this turns into the Ochlawaha a sho.t distance We have recently conversed with intelligent -
democracy, and strengthened the Republicans imigration, and inviting capital.
and in have a State the 3d inst. the bill above here.Heretofore. and agriculturists from several
they happy
consequence on providing for -
-the hereditary foes of the South. The probability is, that the legislaturewillhave i ections of ho us that the
and improved look, for now they are sure the admission of negro testimony, was steamers na, gated the River to laborers Et Vigni tl
Why are the Governors elected forbidden to do its work under the administration table agency of

inauguration; and why has Governor John- Provisional Governor Marvin, for the that the people willpour hi upon them, and by a vote of thirty to twenty-seven. This ac Enterprise and MclonvilL-on Lake Monroe Messrs. Goddia &Appersoh are giving great

: withhold give a new impulse to our city. ton is said to he due to he loyal radicals 8 miles above here. satisfaction!
of directed that the elect will be
son Georgia been to reason governor not The attention which has been
We learn that 'a responsible company of from East Tennessee, who, to a roan, voted Capt. Brock and his"D"Dirlington"are look cle t the
certificates of election from the Congressmen permitted inauguration. Such,at least, is the metallic and mineral state
indicate which gentlemen design erecting tenement buildings against the measure. ed for with considerable interest, to resume by the feeologial, reue ofDr. Grant and
elect of that State ? Do not these things course the President has seen properto ror ,

trouble ahead at Washington ? Does pursue in North Carolina, South Carolina, on a large scale, to supply the demand for NORTH CAROLINA.-The Legish fur of their former place on the iver. the excellent. and leteI of Mr. J. R.

radicalism'contemplate grinding us into the Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. house room, required by our increasing pop- this State has elected John Pool, oi Btrtia The people rejoice t 1 visited by CapL benefitting Hamilton, are the,owners we ler of such already property.greatly We

i very dust of humiliation ; and does the Not the least of the duties of the legislature ulation. This\ i what we need-plenty of Gouty, U. S Senator fqr the short tern. leis Coxeter of the"City Poin ," and Capt.,King have read tor i ion ths-post the letters-which

", President falter? is the election of two United States Sen houses and clieap rent*, t encourage immi- an old union; man.FOREIGN. ._ of the "Lizzie Baker." Tlc: popular com have ben publie in the New York
and to -.0- in time favorites and World, with pleasure and
i gration citizenship our city. past, were bvl.
; We do not fully comprehend the signs of ators. This, we trust, will be accomplishedwith mnder that he has announced himself '
profit, -
Intelligent capitalists and citizens of the NEWS.ENGLAND. must continue to be, and more, they will not
i the times; but one thing we do comprehend: due regard to the character and qualifi- an for capitalists who wish to invest -

k ; and this is, that the Southern States, must rely cations of the gentlemen to be selected, and : North, and from 'other" sections of the South, .-Our exchanges have been limited consent to command any except the very in ar and metallic producing

vpon themsdret to work out their own sal- to the interests of the State. will perceive the advantages of our city for the past week, so that we can offer but best boats. lands or u'stt and also for those wh

.. vation. manufacturing purposes, and will pour uponus little news of interest from abroad. The With Capts. Coxeter, King and Brock, the wish g we can recommend him as a
I gentleman cf; intelligence and int
: Since the above has been placed in the THE CONFEDERATE DEAD OF PER.BTTHXE. if our people will but b reasonable in their London Daily Newt, is down, very hard, up people up this way cannot perceive tht use letters bavidone much to gitywho prejudices --

hands of the printer we have received the demands for property, &c. CHEAPEN EVERY on the English officers at Jamaica for of anyone else in their! li c. whichhave: existed at theXortu against

"; We notice it stated in one of our exchangesthat rniKQ lots improved or unimproved in which the Putnam County will well 2din us. .'.
,' New York Time of the 2nd insL, which at- ; city ; summary manner they brought b rejresen __
--. tempts to account for the apparent change the noble women of Kentucky, and particularly i water lots; mill sites; house rents, and above insurrectionists of that island to grief, while the Legislature by 3Iaj. T asdale. I' Dulc Restoration, in the : aeiian Frni.the
I [ Enqidrer.]
: of the President's policy, upon the ground those in the vicinity of Perry ville, all things, PROYSIO S. Such should be the the Times sustains them, expressing the opin- b well,were all the othc counties a well All accounts frm Itchmow valley of Virginia

I of the perverseness of the Southern people. I have united in the holywork gathering from policy of property owners, and traders of ion that no other alternative was left them, represented. The '{Flric{ Unit ?seeas to give enconragimr tokens of the spirit of the

The lime claims that while the acts of con- their scattered graves, over the bloody field tvery class. Facilities! should be offered by .vhih, in judgement is a much more be well and'favorably kn- wn her ;. TLe're people in regaroTtoimprovemeb*. Desolatedas
that fair! th torches of
ventions and ]legislatures, so far, have been of Perryville, the:remains of the Confederate ever one a inducements to draw upon us a sensible view of the case. mark is often made "I i tend 1 subcrib t Sheridan Country Hunter was* there by' .is= now some

\ \ In accordance with requisitions still the Deadwho fell in battle there, on the 8th October thrifty population, who will help to build up Earl RUSSELL has sent another explanation for i whenever can get ; regula ly. T ou prospect ant restoration,of at least, a large

hearts of late secessionists have not been 1862; and of assembling them in an our interests, pay taxes, patronize schools, to Mr. ADAMS, the substance of which is, will hear from me soon at Ocala, e fcc. proportion of its wasted property: in the

appropriate burial place, and give them a and improve our society. that the course of the British Governmenthas JOl ; course of a few year when i will once
I hanged; that they have not "brought forth JI more be made to "bloom like gadcn" In
marble E
memorial. the gallant foe 4- been in full sympathy and friendship --
I fruits, meet for repentance," and that the *What l-& our'"uty ? one locality'in Rockingham,a ,locality desolated -
work done has been peif whom they fought so well on that bloody COXSOLDATIOY."This with the U. S. Government. Although three and blickened by fire, new"

'I evidence of nctory.That of tile day, have country to remember their deeds, arrangement gives the TIMES a Jar-" or four cruisers did, by evading English law, The last number of the -ackson/ic"Tie have been springing up at the buidig
.! regeneration the Southern and ger circulation than any paper in the State. contains an article under he above caption, genius and Already not less
to their valor in marble and
perpetuate of.eer toi
; from England, to war against
heart is to be found in the reluctance with Times. escape
than the sites
and our fellow c'tizens be m< 35 gratified splendid bars crown
bronze uTiat but the tender ofwoman's wr
-: which the war debt was repudiated ; in the sympathies We have been watching the, columns of United States commerce, yet many others, rnd enchanted to see the affectio'late inter- I which few months ago w.:'rc heaps of
heart, have the orphaned Confederate of whose the English ashes-'Almost all of these barns
the older purposes governmenthad smoulderings
failure of some: of the States to annul, instead our exchanges,particularly papers
blue-bellied the
Dead to give them "a local habitation, become apprised, were prevented from (st that that sveet t3e in I may be embraced AT ithin the line of the
of the State for denial of the above
X of a assertion v
merely repealing the ordinances of secession ,
of Flork Th.
olitioil_ welfare ion from a point on the road leading
and a NAME f Say they were infatuated ; it to be false far as their being built, or leaving English waters. Earl I : Time i
in believing
; the reluctance displayed to admit s afraid thate sha suffer se- to Rawley s improvementshave
call them Rebels-Traitors, if you will, but circulation is concerned, and knowing it to RUSSFLL contends that, if the Confederate Us terribly I rg .lnhes two months
negrojtestimony: into the courtsjand; in the election eriously from the njiidici js ciiplce ; : lat ,
no man dares to call them Cowards and in England had been to very since harvestL.A
of Congressmen who cannot take the ; be so regards ours ; but thus'far we have agents permitted ,
- a toe people are likely to m? in t ir Repre-j J great wy 'people thought and said
perhaps, more than from any other consider- failed to discover any-notice or denial ofthe carryout their plans, a sufficient number of
test oath, and of who have been r
governors last Autumn when
tion the of that 1' cruisers and would have been .:enta.lvestoCo3grefjS, am knd. warn u we suere s severely
women Kentucky knowing We know from rams built to '
secessionists presumptuous of
over the
men like Holden of North asrtion. atT by ravages war, never
shall fir d soud
:;; Carolina. All these things,thinks the Times, they were orate,have come to honor the remains observation and experience, that the p have been instrumental in the defeat of the hat we no mere 'shi&I n, regain our wonted ,prosperity. The
of the 'who Federal without some nr.ost needy nd de pau- begin see hbw'much: mistaken
neglected strangers sleep cause.
have combined to the President and tery ofthe local genius who presides over the t er
annoy ,
under the soil of her world-renowned battle editorial columns of the Times was equal Fenian arrests and Fenian excitement seem oer under its very respons.ble recomm :nda- Already fencng i everywhere being rapidly
to beget the opinion that the South has, not t of
replaced the barns hold the
jc fields. And who shall rise to condemnthis to be on'the decline in England and Ireland. ion be sent there. The proprietors of the ad many t
up but we were not, quite, fruits of honest toil are
yet become fitted to be trusted with civil any emergency, prepared are evidently kindly disposed pat- i rene' for 'the
I noble hospitality of woman's heart?- for so bare-faced a as'is contained Decent, enlightened England,Lot unfrequently Time t harvest which a blessed mindful
government. We trust that such opinions falsh'o ronize the people of Sate. Sing, 0 be eve'
Would Federals confronted criticises the and ou will again' ,
those gallant who in the above extract. severely rough rowdy Provdec ..send us <
have not influenced the President for I
theywould ? Joyful happy Floridians I is
improvement remarked -
the Confederates through that contested elements in the character produced under a Sme-m"ach"ot
long Want of prevents'furthc allusion to
be alike unjust the Southern people, space Men who openly confess we are not to oter of the 'valley; Not I
and fatal to that reconciliation of heart; that battle, and who, dying from honorable the subject hi our present issue, 'but weshall Republican Government We give froni the trusted; men bigoted, biased end projudic b least among evidences of increasing enterprise ,
wounds after the lost and London of the New York is the revival of and theappearance !
entire returns of affection to the day was won, recur to i hereafter. correspondent the most dangerous and bitter newspaper
government 'to beautiful of have to b sent to to engender otnew ones,air devote ,to the i
has crawled share the'contents of their, canteens .I< I. 21w-*, the following pictur a people a $ Congr "
against which it been but lately arrayed and propagate all oferrer,false- great interest of practical restoration., W I
and haversacks with some suffering re part of life in that city:
in deadly conflict If such be the rule pf action CONGnE hood,'doubt and wrong in regard to the hon have noticed the old Vindicator and The
of the President; if such be the demands bel, or to ask of him a drink of water ere This body assembled on Monday the 4th "The funeral of Tom Bayers, though by no esty, loyalty, and sincerity of our St te.- Spectator of Staunton ; The Register of Har-

Northern both expired ? No I la thousand times, Nol! fast.; Mr. Colf x was re-elected speaker, over means equal to some memorable obseuiei Verily, these gentlemen have a strarge ,way risonburg;TheiShenandoah: Valeyewma-
of our conquerors upon the hearts Mr.brooks and Mr.'McPherson was reelected New York, was still something ket The Winchester
; spectcle thei
BATTLE and DEATH foes and of recommending r pet f us. Every respectable ; ad Charles
11 of the Southern'people fear that they1 demand bring together, Clerk. In the Senate Mr. Stephens in- Crowds of the roughest' kinds roughs citizen of our Slate, .In whom the town Free Press and Spirit of Jefferson. Truly

too much'*of. human nature.: The make, them f learn< ,to respect and honor each troduced a bill providing for the appointmentof gathered early in the streets of Camlen'l'own people can put faith and confidence to rep- the old valley is looking up from the "

other. We believe, if the,Federal dead of, a committee of fifteen to report 'whether the suberb of his residence. pub- resent our.true policy and loyalty fairly be- depths of her"voiceless woe.ag '
A South confessedly conquered has submitted .
ofthe late Confederate States are entitled public houses were drapped : .
Perryville could speak they would "let any i mounigi fore is to be.prescribed as a rebel, .
say '
with'unusual grace, in what,she.,has done, to, honor those to representation in Conge ,On the 5t 'and drove 8 roaring trade..' pates and give Congress way to those immaculate cowards RF.G EFFECTS OP SICKNESS. Many
woman who have
the demands, of her conquerors. She has gallant. spirits cerdentiala of ,and drank their gin and beer at the open and paltry renegades who pandered, to both of our tjenuiscs have been persons o"f
no country to register how gallantly they Senators from Mississippi,'were received butjio dows, and shoute( ch russes. some remarkable physical weakness
done all that'she understood to ,be required ; ', sang songs I it was certain who was the winner a some
fought,,and how heroically: they',died."- acton thereon.was had. was the next thing to a hangingin front side unt proprietors editors period of their'.lives. Kirk White
I oCher and if done in ,
< away
not which
; a spirit And knowing our< late foes better than once unanimously passed a. resolut Newgt. While waiting for the hearse the Te publsher, -for they do.not seem was ; Coleridge wasnearly all his life ,
1 manifested that she felt herself to be peculiar'ly ton declaring that tLe Public Debt must be the streets was entertained by bauds may ter Scott as a pby and both he and Lord
we did,we believe that they will not fail to to are quite angry at the
Netted,and madehappy. in what, she had promptly. of negro minstrels. The chief mourner was stupidity J'nd disloyalty of us ,Floxidians, be-, Byron ha one,;if indeed the latter not two .
appreciate:-acts that have for their ,design, aIn a brqwn dog, his cbller trimmedSvith black Robert Hall was a to a
done,-we,think it can,excite,no :wonder, nor cause we cannot'and will not understand that cub fet. martyr
should it call for a too severe critlismc.-What honor, to the brave. t5ST; his report the Secretar ofthe Treasury crape.who There were thirty thousand of people peculiar logic 5 popular wit aem, that of complcte disorders through life, "
1' God bless the women of Kentucky,for all that property preceded or followed themortalremamst Northern' "rag tag" bob tail," a disc sd him suffer the agonies .

she did,has been done bya high sense of hon their noble conduct I How'many' a famished under recomD.the Direct.Tax law,be suspended until Highgater-a large, portion of them the ever drunken pauper and broken lown of a thousand deaths. It would seem,
__ __ or,andhe II loyal 4',her acts, and the President the States'shall have the opportunity of assuming < bigjawedfighting, men and ever'who can scramble his into pl. then, that,suffering!gives a pecnlar sensitiveness

'. northe Northern people in all fairness ,a wounded, a dying, soldier, have they the payment ot the tax assessed., boys, who do not work, nor asyet7Ote, for a State, must be first supplied with\a'good ou fat to the whole nervous system, 'or I in 4
befriended T .Mothers'and fathers who never living, and yet manage to have enough to eat, oJlcebefo-1 the United States deign to some way connected with it, and that it i
can ask no more of her;&U1IAV may win Iser: and more than enough drink. These, yelling wi in this acute and sensitive'state of mind,
can and recognize the of beloved hear us into Union ttUthehighet'work
I__ see graves or ,
< ETT. 8aballhas removed his office and "
byfftMrorityofactionjand ty evidence of a no- m swearing, swarmed into the beautiful What persuasive\ eloquence do these, and efforts of niu-
wives who have very
Ueewifdence; in thejideKty, of'her sons; wept husbands fallen Block,up. stairs/first' door on the HighgateCcmetary, playing leapfrog proprietors' possess when they and a prouce life, as in: public,
I back her with graves unmarked, ,will bless ,the left over the tomb-stones., They climed the trees, that insul the sme is Who cannot .
to recommeiiding 'loyal obrable.
-r ancient love of the Union.for the wrongus '
and squatted on monuments, to get a good call tomind, some of family al- jfvyays
names Kentucky's while a
daughters affection
__ men than,ourselves must be sent to mbe.
obliging .
I of '
Conge .
? sight : is ailing, slf yet the mostexemplary
(survives.' .A,thrill of pleasure will < to heard. to be hoped that ad
iW: When called to reconstruction of their, .agi purser of the'Csmopolt has'o thanks. "The gr re where' the her,.bud- b ) Florida have a better opinion of away' membr of .
- 11 State governments, the people of the'South tate:the hearts of:many' families ,In, Florida for a,copy. !the :Heraldpttne 6th inst, The service was read: andth n'wfh: cat- their constituency,thar .> Times hay the family circle t In the such "

it supposed themselves to be free in the election when they'come to know' :what' the' women' containing the Pridnt' Massage." call'oats and yels' theyroIedbt;' to the" Bullet us ask. t.these men,' who a'child will grOwup with tastes s pure and

Kentucky are doing .for their dead;;:t for nerest publc *. would thus insolently..dictate to us our duty? simple, habits soneat rt 3, and. affections -
oTtneir: .
State.rulers and far'as
so' ourobservatlodhugone many a gallant son,of.Florida' fell,, covered' < )l o.-Nothing important frpm.this ,One;a'little while agd; a host loyal and devOted s elevated, as to, the highest
; they have not looked : GAflESVILLL-A charter will be presented -' country'In the of battles. The' French .Southerner obtain d and enjoyed ,a results of a most finished'education"without
for secession proclivities the men of their with wo daand'; found a, soldieri grave to the next Legislature the ierporao way most lucrative office underline going1 through any jf? tha ,fashionable'I fOr"f
among the hills around'Perryvllie, < tion of a1nesvIlle as a'city,-under., havlng'evacuated thccitand; State .of Chi-, and none'we.e ConcerateGovernment of city n. She "may br the weakest
t "' ciolc ljut to)blJities .Dd'fitnesa";;of charac al law. A' and four huahna Juarez has"declared'his' 'enertc of the instruct herwords of love and
:: Human.. nature. ,.bonored. f In'this'. .action, incorporation mayor ; inteton to. I Iri copfiscating the of Norerne ; yet,
; ; ter. That"these' qualifications should -" < councilmen have already,been'electcdas: follows 'proPt the whole circle,
pte of the women of, Le be r toe hi*government back to that'city for war purposes :But, gentleness light np family
Kentucky., no one, : *,
), "", ponderate largely amopsftb'e old,secessionists, ': nMdior.2jj' No.new"demonstrations hastily declared himself strong ffn&nand and rule, *na reguhte; and refine the whole. 4
r so mean ,as 'to cxmdemh this illastration: &, Mengert, Esa. I ".been, tnadeagahistMatamoras. 4 Or in the humble walks of city life, one sch I ,
the ui'n Unionists Is be attributed most loyal patriot the momet times changed.He
over ge1! < to -
I '
: .
: -
Richardson. establish
r of their noble virtues.. Counulmen.-Messr& J. -, : > is the man to.turt States evidence weak and sickjycbikLwfflcontriveto .
I to tWfhct .th&t'.tbl1 Je!'iri'th'C'South, 1.lSche.E'and J RnWi Grlssom:', ,Later advices state that it'is' doubtful aa' to ,The tler very;a Northe'l1brwho{ has gi jov- habits rf neatness, and ,clee andrefinemen.Z -

::.' .' are"like angels vis\\f:8': !jhn'd far_between;" EXTENSIVE IMMIGRATION SCHEME ao :our most industrious the evauatonoCChihuaua'by: the Imperialls1tti clod Go*'eminent rn a'o attic or a, ,sac es I':

::) and noneKoorr fhis eo well as .the"Souther and energei business men; and I will: doubtless in pffak from.Wisconslctp.Floitcla: : ,.w uld an often vr'inlysougbtin; palaces, :' ,- _
i %; Unlon".strlpe Hon. G. P. Marsh, our' Minister at TurIn, < city of,Gainesville' :second to n : ,support ,heavy forces now wind up his political ,:'uggkry by d'cta- dQ;. If zI: dle. her memory ,i* f.t ; -='
Hen of true and with the .
ner. has jorwarded none of its size hrthe Durango.The movements whicti have taken the
to whole
; Washington _the.:;prpppsii' Stt. ting to,us our,duty and we an to enduongel8b1 ; tatqily ,perhaps
proper.qualifications" too.scarce to' hunt New, Er. place 1 Is believed to'be b are really br the memory -
,, ; tlon of,a Company. Italian silk and, grape: striigetlcaLRumorsotsoarled to rho elevate
:"'::-: < u P. ;- )..;. ; ; ., \ .*; ., .growers, and wme manufactures, imigrata .I' -- < Irc are,putIorthby l eve< that t h'gentler;en s"?al- plan first she Established breathed. \
,: I The South warred for what she believed to MOVING SOUTH.-Large numbers of people to ld hav"' ( better ami atmosphere *
Mexico is'vdifi oroualy u\o -
: this correspondentsfrom; that 1 it .
to. 'country, f In.such force:AS would suffice But if she recOieithen she
: have passed through place wUhinthe, last before the people of F; >rida. ithou, the ,
- ; : : be the holiest,CftQfie/orjvhlch:-the sword was ,for the cultivation of a million of grape vines,. ten or fifteen thi locations! .in i SouthPlodda.1b ,ficult. tt learn'the' truth:' ,of J, the", -situation" -. ,- in, patronage. thoTiaiesawriSfl: ( ; .life and vigor the neatness, clento..,'::'
f T 11oiiat'inen require day' .. :-.'' !, : ', that distracted country.Vvv 'f;.', 1 : ." { elevation just conceived through refI '
ever. -" "rl..find ten (hbusand mulberry s."EZan" t.: ; '> : ,-i.,'I ; ", ;,> "':. .1, .Lra.'C- V < : "---,'"-'.."y. ; ,: fl bgprocsesqfsufferingand, of sorrow <, ,0', :

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TEEMS : > te ( : .' ; J -' MA FoiBrtho.and fuUy written and fandKhedta-alj work rtqutred tobe :- .'
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IlrIperAnnum has than Three month '. "',.. *,' > ._{ ; 7' EoU Oinned .. 85 a 1 00 and erf LL jSirnliare.Athareof. &tin- .
f'IOsablcrlptionJ takenfor "-?, Sar- l ..... ..- -._" .-- hipjoin1ng the repairing .V
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IIeADl'.TIIIIIC: '. Ozd ...:......................:........?=0a 33 I lie patronage re.vectfiifli so7ldtod.: .
.Jtf lI lLJDg.............._... .. I sent,1anarof lr. W&n'OCk.dtore. VV V
of Tea Nonparel ..... ..... 40 a 42 IN JACKSONVILLE-FOR SALE J uaber Mer- .
jijltr Square LIDos,for 1fid ; Orders kft with T.E.Boexmao. .
per l !
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ng Fair. ....... .. .... 52J'lour
two Ji Oae dollar tor eacU abattfieot unnrsl >' Cihf chant Bay Street,win reewTedprotopt ttontt01- :, .:
: : .rtltuble Lot OS ft 8C ftetTBoitlnrest cor-
till II JE WEL B; Y per bbl.. $14,00a $16,00 THAT of Bay ana5ewnattatrwO.Alf oC the 3ot(105 ; Jactaparille.fla, yor>.M634t. ., VV V ,. V V

deduction made to permanent advertise = Homt y, per -,{;...... 'BC feet square) Southwest corner of Bay and Cedar streets, ;
> :' ,. Coru Meal por Ib..........' :;.8alO near the Rail Road Depot. For terms apply to Dr. A. ADMIHISTBATOS'S SALE 07 f B5XAXEI3tb ;;
JqB PRINTI.N"CrYCy It M.-iW >1 > ,'t'. FretL Beef per Ib. ....10.115 Baldwin. ,.- ;day of 1Binnlier| > -
-"I. neatly and promptly executed. 4 W'ITt ChieJcma: per pair..................1.1 a 1.00 JeksonyIUeyjj.th{: It _V. 1 V V VV -,
: 5" Eg > "j V be sold at pabHe tmtcrrvMtor* tile Court .
..| = S @Io.: A. PECK rdo2...._.40afi( WILL
.1 cP 'r Bu.per ... .........COaTJ8w. .. daorot Sawannea eoanij.at oQaIQtz.all ;
ME S SAGE = g ft. ; *** -.4 of said deceased ccnalaiin .oi % buadred V V
k Irl!: per bbl ... ............5,506,00 county ."
B ; and twenty acres more or leas, witkaboos ninety i
OF THE Wtitr hmafcer! & Jeweler favorite Steam Packet, formerly known w the21V' acres.; euitiration. The lands are of.operJoeqapCUy." ,. V .q V
I : Savannah Markets. "St.1ohDa''nowlt&aa. : : < .
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President of .yt yT Flour per bbL common ........$9,00 a 1000. .. JESSE T McLERAS. OV ., .,
TO TUTWO' Baltimore Extra.........11,00 a 12,00. HELEN CETTY, W'61born.NOT.U-b Admiaiatntor. V

OCEA.N STItKET Rice rer m..o. ...,. ,,... .. ...95C V t
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HOUSES OF: CONGRESSAT r Batter 4. per"Ib in firkins........' ..........48 53a57.COTTOX. a 50.. Commanded on the by Captain line between Cvmanently Savaunah.Georgia,p.and [ Internal':Improvement, w'8 vaap>' Tatndt ., V V

Palatka. florida.touching Darien Brunswick St. BESTOJUD To-wARaTit; : I"V V

OF TIlEc0UUcIXINT TEE TIES!' SESSION 4 Ie,. __: JLck.c,2a-7--t1 1 e, P1a. Ordinary........... .... .............21 11.2&. River Marys,to Fernandina PalaUa carrying,and ail the landings'U.S.HaiL on the 8c.Johns IIOT1CE is berebj-giren, that an the, la&mol La-

Kiddllng............................48. She will K-ave a\&Dnaheerf Satnrdayat 1A Ii provemeu and Swamp Land of the State of JTlorUz. V
OF THEThirtyninth Good Middling........ ............. .. V
A aeleet stock : O. A.M., arrive at Jacksonville on SunAsv./aaa.returning which bare beretoftw been offered for **!*, bare '
ccordeona otWatchea.1ewe'; oHd til.IJrerwr8t -.....- will leave for Savannah every Tuesday at 4 o'clock A. been restored to market toy the Tnataca of the Isteraal V
Congress. TioQns; &e tc.fort. 1 New York Market.
UoMaya Improvement Fond at the foUowtng prices .
AI..ery they offer at reas naWe pthu. -Kiw YORT Dec 1865. M.For Freight ejijifginM r-P O& Internal Improraaicat Tj" .at 23 tt & .abort

CITIZENS OF THE BERATE ASD ale boxes to,de8Cription cleaned and of fine ,watches je>*oiry,n.a- ( ASjustreInrnedfromNew York with a large and ... j47 a i43 or to JOHN 8. SAMM1S & CO.. their appiabed value.' ; VV -: V '
.LOW: repaired. H Superfine State and ... ,'
western flonr ..
: A good awortment of select assortment of $7 85 a 800 September 23-tf Agents. Swamp T.inA.'withfs1x, mile of any rvQnad. VatsV
; &tra -
RETHESEXTATITEfij apectaeiea always State
OF on hand and
HorsE .815a830 <2 30 per tew.' ,:
To express gratitude to God, in the nameof new giaaaea.Case _in old fraaw.Mr. Choice State....835a855 .Swamp LaxuU.more than mix mIles V from any zafl- ... V ; V
people for the preservation of the the- be has an experience of 15 years acquired Watches and Jewelery Common to medium extra Western ..8 15 a 875 CUREXT FUNDS.. road, at SI 29 per aer< .' V V
hooaes ,
the first in urieana el New York Washington and 'New Extra round hoop Ohio.i.8 80 a 9 00 SUBSCRIBER WILL PAY THE HIGHEST Penon*'owning Improvements on any of: said laoda VV
rnited States, is my duty addressing ritT and hopea to sustain his character fofinteu- of the latest styles ayd patterns, and a variety of other Western trade brands.............It 05 all 75 THE price for uncurent funds.A. are entitled to the preference in 1he. try otu.a lands. V
La, Our thoughts next revert to' the death Bberaz and hIa.W aaa worku-an. Thankful for the articles which he offers to his old friends and patrons Common Southern..!..925.1025 H. McCORMICK. embracing suck improtenxnU for three month from ,

ifliif late President by an act of parricidal support he has received the past 18 months he and the people Florida, generally at greatly reduced fancy and extra do.....lo 3Oa16 00 Jacksonville,Oct. 21, 1865.-tf. the publication.of tJ notice. : .VV V :
of the nation is rtill fresh hopes by atrict and personal attention to merit a continuance prices. His stock comprises the following articles : Common Canadian... ...........815a850 WANTED.A HUGH A.' COELET < V. :-V _
treason. The grief ; of the & Work from the country will. re American Watches in and Good to choice and extra......,.8 55 all 85 GOOD BAKER AND COXFECTIOSER Salesman.Trnitm c L L land VV .. V
gold slyer
ceived ,ONE THATis
solace in the consideration that prompt aiid careful attention.C.A. floor '
finds some (superfine).S 25 675 NOT. 25.-18G5. 25 6t
a -
J Howard&Go's la heavy 18 krt. master of the and VV
cases Business having a good .
the highest of its Dora meal, ..., -
fired to enjoy proof Swiss Watches cZaR descriptions 25 a 4 50 recommendation can find and
be employment good .
confidence by entering on the renewed term 1. 1. HOLL.U\"D. Ladies' Watches, pToin and enameled Com neal, Brandywine...........M.SOOa- at Madison C. H. Fla. V JAMES ROGERS.wages 'DCCY :: V

Chief 3Iagistracy, to which he had ?. pint,chums, keys, *c Com 2jeal,Brr adwine,puncheons. ...25 00 a- Oct. 14, 18651rnMadIson, C, H.Fla.TOWING. 9. V
of the rp. Florida. Mobile. Jf. O tf T.
gild V
.1865 Gt-ut'i and all?.chains and Commission \ VV
ken elected; that he brought, the ci IiI warnietantially 1866. rings Ordinary... .. ...3o 37 38 39 > Merchant / .'1

to a close; that 1m-loss was deplored PREPARE And ti fine Assortment of tfiddling.51 52 53 ,,53 AND 4 '. V
Good ....
middling 53
54 54 55
in all parts of th3 Union ;,and that I THE powerful new1T.; 'g.1 oB.Urif.CapC&ID DEALERIHNAVAL8TGBES ,, .
Ear in
foreign nations have rende.ed justice to his Kings" sets and 1gleDWL.nQ Quotations for la now permanently'The'riter for-tie f ,BALTIMORE MD. : Vov.t73mp
Rings current V
His removal cas4 :FOR: THJD Money. purpose of towing Vessels rafts &. V
upon me a herv- Gold and silver Thimbles .
; COnnECTED. WEEKLY BY ;A. H. MCCORMICK: V j. a. RAICTIS-JE co., Post Office Box 339. ; : f
weight' of cares thanei r devolved upon BeY'ncklee KOT. 11-tf Agents, ..
I ,
of his predecessc.s. To fulfil my ItBroacheGotSpecta1es GEORGIA. 1
anyone an-.l HOLIfl1YS'= Augusta Insurance and Banking Company-8; cents EDW. HILTON F.1C.RAKDELL, :. VV
git I need the support confidence of all Silver sptctacles Bank Augusta........ ............JQ cents Estate Sale. aav.mr.AK. J nw YDBC. '. ..0 V

Tjio are associated with min, the 'various Steel spjcucles i Bank of Athena.... ........;........25 cents f' ,- 7 -. HILTON & V V ;

departments governmen" and the r PP"Oand Eye (.lasses i Sank of Columbus..... ...........12 eenta Waldo,FIan on Satarday.the 23d'inst...- will' be EAIOELL. .
confidence OI me peop e.. uere 3 out Napkin Rings Fruit Kniyes i Sank of Commerce.................. 7 cents AT sold to the highest bidder, three town lots with a
Eight day and 30 hour clocks, with or without alarms I BankofFulton... .............;.- .18 cents comfortable house containing eight rooms a kitchen WHOLE8ALECROCERS V ,
in which I can h pe to gai their I j Castors Bank State....... ,
one way Empire .......10 cents and good well water ; alao,forty acres of land, ,one
necessary aid; it is to state with fri; kness TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN Spoons Bank of Middle Georgia..............55 cents mile from Waldo, on which is a good hg.cabin -and '. 193 Bay Street, near Barnard, : '
principles which guide jny condu' x and Knives and Forks, Bank ofSaTannah.......-.'...';.........40 tents' good well of water with six acre- of land -In cultiva V V
to the sent, atM Harmoniai", Fnrmia.e e. sets Kit hen sets .Bones Cups, Cake Baskets Bank of State of Georgia.....?....20 cents tion. Property, belonging to the estate of.A..):cHan SAVANNAH, GEOGIA. VV V '
their application prt state of Tea seta, call bells it, *:., Central U.B. and '" Are
Banking Com pany.........80 cents deceased of Alachna. Terms cash. Constantly ReceivXng per Steamers from"V
irdl aware that the efficiency my Dogs BatUes..lOs, BatUedo.-es& Shut.'- City Bank of Augusta..............20 cents :llMcUANExecutor, /" V V .

labors will, in a great me isure,dejx,id on cock So iien, Babie.,Dolls, CUT L E R Y &0 Farmen' and Mechanics'.............12 cents Dec.93t* "-- -- New York, -

their undivided Trat sZatekc. Georgia R. B. and Banking Company......,.SO cents .Tlie Largest and most Complete As-
your and eppxobalion. iparant J Marine Bank..........................:I..60 cents V '! V
.. Knives Scissors sortrnent'Groceries in,the\City. .
THE PERPETUITY. OF tEE" Shears Baton Mechanics Bank..8 cents NOTICE.:
Merchants' andPlanten'Bank..........10 cents 43- Orders'by JUU.accompanied by Rdodttanee :V
The Union of the Unitet" States of America PRESENTS FOR THE LADIES Pocket Porte-monnaies Books Belt Purses Pins Planters'Bank..................12 cents Selling Out Cheap Close promptly filled lowest market price NOTl'llm

ca intended by its anti crs to last as long hair Meerschaum Union Bank .....................10 cents '
States themselves all last "The Untie Bo tea, Secretaries Ruber pins needles Pipes Timber Cutters Bank ....... .......5 cents the. Concern.. MILLINERY
IS the Surprises Sharp's god y.d SOUTH CAROLINA. I ,GOQDS.lUST V

Union shall be perpetual" i re the words of Jewel, Glove boves Brierwood Pipes Violin Segar holders Bank Camden.... ............ ..20 cents TIlE undersigned offers his. stock' of Gro- I ARRIVED large- and well selected" : stock.f .

the confederation. "To fom a more perfect Boxes, llosical Instruments Guitar Strings Bank of Charleston.................18 cents ., Provisions,Wines, Liquor Se an, tc., J millinery salted to the wants of this eominanity.HaTingassociated V .
Union" by an ordinance 01 the people ol the Ac, AC. &c. Banjo Violins strings Acordeons string Bank of Chester..... .... ......18 cents &c., at reduced prices to close the Concern. Merchants Orders from the country solicited and carefully aDd -..
Bank of Georgetown................,.15 cents and dealers are invited to sax early .and secure bar- promptly fli.Vt, -V
United States, is the declared purpose of the CANDIESMixed Arnold's Florence and Singer fluid Sewing Machines Bank of Hamburg.... ...........15 cents gains. Sale from day to day nnta closed out.; with me Mrs. JL 'Oaler, of this ,

constitution- The hand cf Divine Providence ink writing Bank of Newberry..................25 cent F. K. HOWARD puce we are prepared to furnish all who mar awor

was never more plainly visible in the candles .Copy led, ing Ulue and black Inks Bank of South Carolina....... .... ...,......".16 cents Dec.-! No. Hoeg's.Block Bay.Street. 1U With their patronage. JL A. M.&TrAIE,
Bock Cream braid Bank of the State South Carolina.......U6 cents formerly 3!. A. litrues.V
Blank books and
tfonof men than in the Iraming and the Banana C Cinnamon u.tioneryDaW&OJl warranted Commercial Bank Columbia.......t..........15 cents SECURITY DTSTIEAI.'CE '.COMP ANY V Rooms at Mr.A. Guie1m *'*]
adopting of that instrument.. It is beyond Warren t Uydes holders gold pens. Exchange Bank Columbia............15 cents :
eoopirison, the greasest event?in American Vanm and Erasers gold, silver and ebony pen Paper holders Farmers and Exchange...............12 cents ;' BHESS: N.tKLNG V OJ

iistorjr, and indeed is it no.* of all events in Bock candies, ,: Writing Rotors desks Dominoes Portfolios Peoplea'Bank.lIerc:1uLD1&hera1J..18:............ ............46 cents cents New__ York.MABIXE .. M33.C.A. !BSEiKEB_ !,that,she iNFOfillS Las ;THE LADIES'VVV V.

; modem times the most prtgnant with consequences Cornncopifc, Planters' Bank Fairfield.. .. ..._........15 cents place and ill prepared to cu-t Mw l In this V V V
Checkers and Back Gammon Boards 6J"FmE;D81iJlA3'CE.: : ,and make V
;, for every people of lEe eailh ?The Ccnversation Hearts Dice and boxes Planters' and Mechanics' Bank.......15 cents : ; the ncaie md latest et11ea. Residence dresses In' V
I South Western R. R....4..... ......25 cents a- Office on the comer Fonyth.and OceanJSts.. FonItb Streets.V C01"IWr Ocean ; VaLd
of the which f.
members con ventio a preparedit FIREWORKS dit-s'and Gents' Traveling Companions .. .. .. -Up V '-.B. F.LOYD. V S V .
tDlon Bank.. ; .. .. .....60 cents Jaekscnvmo,Sept. 2Potatoes ..
brought to their work. ie, experience of Fire > -av"t'jg Bags, NORTH CAROLINA.Bank Dec.2Ajent. V V V .'. V V

the confederation, of the several States, and crackers t C-ne and heads of Cape Fear....... ........30 cents .,. ,V
of other republican old and Pin wheels, Toiit. rticles.ver and ivory cane Bank of Charlotte....................24 cents PROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF. !! Potatoes 1
governments, Perfumery Bank cf Clarendon....'.. .......... .
but needed ard ob .ained Ban candles, C new ; they _they a Bank Commerce.. .... ........ 15 cents bU 500 V V \
wisdom superior to experience. Aid when Flower pots Ct 1crn Tooth and washes nail brushes, powders Bank oF.yettville........ ............8 cents office until Dec. 20th 1865,for:the delivery of L "BeefCattle" Aow In store bushels and Com for j. ,V: V r mI
oth sale
flail If at Savannah, Georgia,in such quantities as in qnandUea to V
Ban of Lexington.. ...... .. ....21 suit pur.-
for its validity it required the approval ol a Rockets chasers, at V V
and articles
:>m fancy may be required ttre'Snbsistence of Troops in' the WELLS'' : 'VV.
Bank of North Carolina ..............30
'. people that occupied a large part. of a conti- Saxon's core .al'.t :I-.i, '.' .i as presents for the little folks Bank o.' Wadesborough........ ....18 cents cents States of Georgia and"South''Carolina to' commenceJan. September 9-tf Auction and Commisaiott Sttwe. : V A

Dent and acted separately in many distinct Torpedoes, etc., etc., etc. 3oL' d doll beads Baob. Washington ..... ............8 cents 1,16. or' as early as practicable thereafter. V
, conTentions what is more wonderful than Also a fiDe lot olPicked Baek Litau, trumpets Com -erdal Bank of Wilmington ......13 cents Proposals will also b6 received for "the :"ddiTery 'of hOUSE WAXTED-: ,
N.t I JJl 1.L.1 fancy boxes the block in rj-ia
Apes Beef on quantities as be requir
Farn-e:,Bank of North Carolina...... ....25 cents may WASTED a Count large or small or PUt of a Houae.
that after earnest contention :and .long ,discussion .Sardines Wniakey, etc.,etc. 3nf; j JCB, fihh Looks,and lines, &C Met Ilt'Bank ofKe"ben1..... .....25 cents ed. V to JAMES S.HIGOIKS. VV"V
all and all : ; For sale Ar r w i- I will sell cheap as the cheapest. Notronl. Persons forwarding propcaalsinust state their terms V V""t1-f' V '
opinions .
feelings were by CBAB..A. FAIRCE.i ', .. .* ALABAMA.Ban *' .at the Drug Store.
goods and
ow : I Mobile.......... .... ... clearly explicitlyr ,
ultimately drawn in one way to its support ? Bay street, Jackson /e, Ft: ',V: Aef iociis and Jewelery repair. in the best 55 CCDta- All proposals must endorsed'"Proposals for furnishing J
Baif ..... ...... TO .
Montgomery 75 cents BUILDERS. ) V I
EESOOiCES: OF TIlE COKSTITCTIOX ,OE THE .Dec m&nr r a vrarranted.All .. :Bai. Selma...... .............18 cents Beef Cattle, or"Proposals for furnishing FreshBeer' :
0nant.d. as represented. Cot irrcialBauk.. ... ........... 8 the case maybe, and be directed to the undersigned BUILDERS be furnished with UM Lumber theyV. V
It.trM'ARKE'f. he at the old.st nJ of C. D. OAK 25 cent
Jacksonville Florida .
PRESERVATION OF TIES TES-D2T. He: xnl place, at .much to their ,
I Cen i .Bank...... ... ........ ..22 cents ) ntageandDY- V .;. V --
Seed's of
,-.e11. win be furnish sufficient -
building. Successful bidden to lug tronbio
Ocea l
" The-constitution to which Il lifewas thus lie ecbt J Eos. iBank...................40 cents for the faithful required the -& o Shingles,Laths aDd. Brick. 4 .. .
imparted contains within i elf -..mple're -.- Nona rn...... ......... ..........30 cants surety performance' contract. Oct. 2S-3m T. E. :: .. V
OYSTERS YTsTERS --- .. ... .... ..... Jacksonville Fla. : VV
-- Southern .. .. .... :
, sources for its own preservation.: I has power tfRobbery. -., 55 cents Payment will be made in such funds as may be furnished _VVV_______V______I___._.__ -.; '___ .__. ,_. .'
by the U.- 8. GoT rnmenL Any farther information
---- .
! enforce the laws treison and mCU.l.ItDS cI BAX'iEB ,
to penis j required will be furnished by the nnderrign V V V
ensure domestic tranquil J'. In ae-of the THE E'lbarribcr tak T thli metho- o* annor"ciE j to A TBtlfL aa stolen from the premises of the unit ELLWOOD QR1EST, } .,; V
usurpation of the ; of a State _by poblioe, that w< is under n jn t oblips tioas SOT C1E.rLg1M. on the ev ming of the (th lust., carried DRY GOODSAT Jacksonville, Fla.,Dec 2-3t .- .'& C.5.Vol. SMppin Porwarding and 'ommission :
govemnen past favors and the broken The fo<
hopes n fniun.to be alw ys ready back.jf vhe U ptist Church and open. V Merchants. .
one man,or an oligarchy, it becomes a dutyof to larva hia friends in the town :nd cnn';at;hcrt lowin? srti',i were appropriated by the thieves : < .' V _
the United States to make good the guar- notice with the best oyster*.*at th. lowest prices, by 1 bU\; silk dress PILES, FTSTUIxA; &C. JACKSONVILLE rLAls: A. 'i V

antee to that State of A republican form of the plate, quart or bnsl.eL 1 WAC.balmoral dress Large advances made on consignment. -"; orders ....
Orders Irou the J. A. CLOPTOX. of HuntiviBe-,maybe ;
ixKiLtry/xinetoK'Ty and -vfaJfy ittendedto. 1 cbashmere dress r R .eon- promptly e.xect "
government, and to to maintain the homogeneousness 2 cloth riding habiu and skirts LI suited for a short time at the Florida House. He Oct.28-tf. 0 V .._V V ; _

of alL Does the.lapse of time B. K. CHAHE k CO, : TanEeT drc 3 pattern guarantees perfect satisfaction in the. worst, cases of V
reveal defects? A Emple'mode of amendment At the Jact sonvil.e MaTt Stan No. to j I' worsted ehcwl WHOLESALE AND RETAILBY Pttet. V
KOT 11-tf p. Box.:1 ?ai. 1*.pers Refers to many of the moa:rrcminent citizens of the >. V V
the constitution itself
is provided in so -- ; .. dfics'ba/r./cloth bo otecs State upon whoa he has operated.Call to contract with pa.tor 500,000 feet VV V V
that its condition can always be made to C. JKnr. p. 01 I.TT. *. (small) soon or he may be gone when 'ou calL PERFECT WASTED LOGS delivered at F.A.*G. C. B. BJ V V :

conform the requirements of advancing DREW & ouo.av "..corr. CV&ES GUAK4XTEED.V .V TIlE OLDESTCASES. Highest market price paid for east scrap Iron old V

civilization/: room is allowed even for gait Brew and Copper. J.CARDY it CO V 1'VV V
Ar war. of twenty dollars wIll be paid for the return He has operated upon three and four hundred a year, : &;..tf Jacksonville V V
the thought of a possibility of its coming to Booksellers and Staf.i6ners9ANDGESEBJiL f ttw property. HARTRIDGE and has never lost a patient. V V .

an end. And these powers of self-preserva ;, J. K. STICKNEY. Jacksonville,Dec.:-: FOB ., V V'V

tion have always been asserted in their complete : l'ec 16-lt _ ACRES of
integrity by every patriotic .Chief Mag Commission & Forwarding Hersnanis --- NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.. J500 between Hibemia: and Black Creek"ISO acres .V V
istrate-br Jefferson and Jackson not less GOODS 8TMJACKSONVILLE tit niea are cleared, about 400 'acre hammock, and
than The 'JACKSOITVTIXE, FLORIDA MILLINERY flN A. DAFT.,THIS; DATE ,ALL COTTON OR the balance pine land., For particulars apply to CoL V
Washington andOIadisou.
by o U other Merchandise remaining at the Depot or Yard A:H.HcCornUck at'at-Jacksonville or to the subscrl- V
parting advice of the Father of his Country, PLA. for 24 hours,will be at the risk of tie owners the company bee Oa the premiML DAVIS FLOTD, V V

while yet President, to the people of the Uni- Prompt and careful attention given to all basniat. ATTWHOLESALE.. not having store roomV "WVBRYSOX.Jacksonville V November 4-5tp V

November 4-ly ,Dec 2 -4t. Sijerint.sZentTINFORMATION -
ted States was that "the free constitution, -

which was the work of their hands, mightbe SS having been icceived, Jut: many Land for Sale. V V V

sacredly maintained" and the inaugural S. V. BeBBUHI, ': I persons are engaged in cutting tourer npon/the A' DESIRABLE FARM containing 320 acres situated V

words President Jefferson .held tip "the II'l Pnbhc Lands of the State, the Sheriffs .of'the,several .4, two miles South West from XadiIoc.c.: : BL, on V I
ATTORNEY AT LAW pieces Prints,Empire,Wamsntta Aliens,Spragnes, conntits and other officers and all person* who'feel which there is a comfortable dwelling and all necessary .
preservation of the general government, in ,, t* Kerrimae and other, from 20c to 36c interested in preserving from waste OL'damage..th.e. buildings in good, der. About eighty.acres V,V- V V
its constitutional vigor,as the sheet anchorof lands appropriated for the benefit of Seboola'6emina-< are cleared and under fence-. V
OCALA FLORIDA. and desirable 20 ales Frown Shirtings and Sheeting, from Sic to
our peace at borne and safety abroad"- I We have just received a large rica or Internal Improvements are requested to furnish .Appl"to w. Palmer Mosely. Midiaon C.V H or V
3 DC
WIn attend promptly an business entrusted to hisDtf me with information respecting any act of trespass James E.young,Lake City. VV
The constitution the'work of "the people care. STOCK: OF 10 Cases Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings from 30c thai: may come to their knowledge. ;, V Oct.2S.-tt V V -
of United State and should Indestructible SHUGH.A.
the ; be as to 57c COHLET ,

a*the,'people.KO .. Register of Public Lands. JOB CIXDT. V rCXHMjr CtI.UUS' .
Valuable Cotton Plantation ilieLT; Goods 1 case Bleached-46 in. Pillow Cue at 54c Nov. 25,1865. 25 3 V
& CO,
FOBSAI.E.rtKE 1 case Blei led-8-4 Sheeting at $1,10 .

60 pieces fLk, from 31c to 48c For Sa1eV VILLNUFACTUBI.RS OF ;-. ,.V.

It is not strange that :tic framers; of th? of tb*most de drabl and lalnable Sen Island An have fitted up the Spacious Chambersover 60 pieces Dene ns,from 34c to 54c ;' Jack STEAM. ,ENGINES, SAW yrTJ.a, SUGAR ROLLERS,,. V V
U Cotton Piantatioi a, eontainlrg in an 2OOO acres desirable residence the'town of
la th
Constitution, which had no situated on Pablo Cr. near the month of the 6t our sture exclusively as a 50 pieces Aprori Checks from 48c to SOc THAT;at the comer of Market and Forsjthe streets._ IRON AND BRASS CASTCf OS. V V :VVV.l"_

past,should not have fo 'y comprehended John's river is oJTe.1 d tor sale at.1 naaonah'e price. 50 pieces Brow Jexus, from 39c to Ito !' recently occupied by Aaron DaCostaEsq.. V .TAcIcsoN.s7.ILVLE0: : V V : ::

the excellence of their ova work. Fresh For further p.rtici lars inquire :t this office 40 piece Brown and Bleached Canton Flannel from Also a tract of land on the St.-John's River, about FLA.V .
from ranay D" 16-tt WHOLESALE: DEPARTMENT two miles from town containing 13e acres more or Oct28-tt. ; :V
a struggle against itnuy power, V q
.01 0 SOc less. Apply to. COOPER k BISBEE._ '.,
patriots sufferedJrom arassing .fears cf have variety of Goodsin 50 pieces Kentucky Jeans, from 33c to SOc Nov. 25-tf "" .

an obsorption of.the State governments b' ITOTICI! Where vc now every 30 piece. Ginghams from LOc to roc ,GARDEN. SEEDS; j.

the general government, i ad many from -i weeks after.,late:appliea'ion'wffl b; 'made to this line,.such as 75 pieces DeLainea from 25c to 42c I School ,and Seminaly'Lands JUST received by steamer Fountain'a lot'Garden V .-: :

dread that the States w uld. break awav. FOUR Probate Jndf of Naswucronty,Fia for leave and which wfll be warranted. ::,
from their orbiti lint th 'Tery grel ness of to sen the real estate cf David Jsciins$ deoraed late Ladies'.and' Misses' Straw, Velvet,Plush 500 pairs Blankets* Blue, Red, Mackinaw, Whitney, RESTORED ,TO:.I1KET. V AT WELLS'V AUCTION. STORE. ,

o/said county said pplicatiou U made in cc taeqnenceof Felt HATS, of the latest style ; CheLiea 10-4 11-4 12-4 from $1,50 to $12,00 per is hereby given that the School and Semi September's- V i tf_ VV .
our country would allay .the appr'.ycnsion the iaprovemenU-on said estate injuring aod becoming pair NOTICE of Florida are restored to market;and V .- a V

of encroachments by the general {oyerEaenL chess value jy delay of tale; also for"the- beD Velvet and Straw BONNETS; eo pieces Flannel, Red, Yellow, White and Shaker are now subject to entry at the same prices and on the GULF 'STATE. ISSURAXCE COMPANY.
Jd heirs of Rid estate. -
eAt of the creditors
xtione- t the of sales. -
The that lomejunqi terms as before suspension
subjects saute
B. >:. GERMO1D: Black and White 3dge Velvet Ribbons ; ,from 45c to 60c HUGH A/ACORLEY. V V .TAI.TtA'R'AKSEE P14- ;

bly within jurisdiction are so n.Jierous. Dec 1s-4w Attorney for Admit utradx. 40 pieces Plaid Linsey at 45c Register of Public Lands.,, INSGICES against Ion by fire 'on :cJweWnc.tore Louses
that it must ever natural!; refuse, oe eccb&rrassed Silk Ribbons ; NOT. 25 1865. ,25StJ&clsoXtn.LE I churches academic, hoce1a. stables, barns,
by questions th; t lie Levo-d- it- Feathers ; Plumes ; 100. dozen Laidiea' & Gccta' Hdtfs from$2,50 to$fl,00pet' Nov. 23; 1865. workshops and buildings generally.' Also on hoose- .
.' dozen hold furniture merchandise; eotujn in warehouses or
Were it otherwise, the Executive would 2 Ornaments ; is hereby given that having taken oat letters plantations,;and other property, at modwa rates "
sink beneath the burden, the channels ci ALL persona having demands aPIzut the estate the'of Wire Ribbons 101 dozen Ladies' and Misses' Hose from $2.50.' to 10. NOTICE on on the estate of Eliza ..Baldwin premium. : DREWjc OAKLj&f, .
deceased will them to ; 4
Jacklna ,
wouldbe 00 dozen town. deceased persona indebted to said 'November ll-rtt .Agenta for East Florida.
justice per .
would be choked legislation naderdgBed dnly authenticated within the time pre. Milliners' Needles ; estate are notified to make Immediate paymeut me ,. > ._ V____ f' '
obstructed by execs,s? that there is a scrlbedby law,or this notice will bo pleaded in bar ot 101 dozen Gent and Boys' X Hose from$2,50 to $10,' or my agent and all persons having accounts against _' : n '

greater temptation to exexise some of the recovery, Thoae indebted. to the abovo will make Immediate Cape Lace ; 00 per dozen said estate will present them for settlement within"two JnitdV States. tVJuer1e1Cgierbyjiventhatthe

functions of the general gfrernment through Dee 16-81r payment to Attoraey E. 1C for GEBMOKD.AdmlalstraUi._ Bonnet FramesVELVET : M daze Balmoral Skirts_-from$1,80 to$4,00' each rf. years_Jrunnermore.or. they. will an.be persona u .barred_____ are_by__ _warned this__u notice._ aguou__._'? _., irv.i,. ainonni of Direct V I II

the States than to trespass on their rightful OF ALL COLORS 20 dozen Shirts, Hickory, Calico.and White from $ .t passing upon property belonging to this estate and "Taxes aoaeea d.upon the several Iota and parealaof

pbere. "Tbeabsolnte acquiescence Jir the 00 to$50,00 per dozen all occupants of buildings erected without, consent of land attnate in the city of Jsckaonville, Dual eon ,

decisions of the majority" was, at the begin A SOUTHERN COMMISSION And a Beautiful :Lot of 10 dozen Merino and Fancy Wool Shirts from $13.00 the undersigned upon said property will be required :ty and State of Florida pursuant to an act Congrats V
to the rents of said buildings to him, from .the Entitled "An Act t'or-the'CoUecdon-'of Direct Taxes V
ning of the oentory, enforced f by Jefferson KoHse.la Sew York., $27,00 per dozen time of such erection n, which are claimed a*, belonging iniusurrMtiottaiT Districts within the United :States .

"ai the vital principle jepublics," and the ondVirtlgnMm&en I&services to the southern rrocrJOO fFb@W rm CO Wool Shalws from $2,50 to$3,00 each to the property and mutt not be removed. V and forother purposes-approved June Tlh.ISB3.and V V

event of have established THE J'actDra4.Commiaaion Merctant In .fFOO VV WM. L. BALDWIN Btffl remaining due, may be paid oa orbeJoye->eeeatber >'. V' .
the last
four opl M a V
yecn administrator of the estate of EIiziI5Mwin,deceased. 31st, 1865,to John 8.Driggs'at the Custom House V;

1fe will hope forever, thai there lies no ap-. the Be city will Of saD 1iew IOIItJaem York.' .o. etian ef -very d scr-* Which we offer to the trade at the b @ : > ,November 25-tf.. ,.,. VV in- the city Jacksonville aforesaid . :V
: : 'Dbtct-Fax -
D. ,
peal to force. : VVWif.
seenrlUe and
Ball Road por.fa V
tloe-w1fl aegottat ..
.P. } Comm .w.ueri forth
SO BIGHT!JLKY BrA I'B TO RECEDE. ebaM ItotI and gachIne7 BaJlroai the ompaa1.United State and orin upon Lowest Prices. NEEDLES,, '. o Practice .rnIethiaa4urz'e17." : ..!: At7STIS SMITH,, Siaia of FlorUa..NoTcnber28l835tf .. ,-'V. V .

The maintenance of thlt Union brings with Europe for at.t-r"eBU 01 assets and liabIlIties, S S 5l -V :', V ,. .i' ,
a bODed attention of PINS THREAD RESPECfrUiLY V V f V
It.the support pf the Btatd governments 4n fair eomiMrmnta. for parties Indebted So We most respecJully call the fR.EMILE T.SABAL TunERs .t';
wiD DegOtiatO -
t JaeiontIlle
U profeellonal seiiCto th itlZels !
$ I
aU of the to lrB>eaa psTjment.' lie will Florida barstack; as"We BUTTONS, HOOKS. V.V V
their rights; but it U not one Ub"dwfflrfar the trace in and vidnIty : V "'. ,.j.j.bP-

right of any State government! to .renounttaowuplacelntheUnonortonulhfy ZvfcSl tairc<*uni*epn 8loM for awtennOTU an r't"1u.:' rendered, 1 i AND EYES, &C., &C. Once Smnts', -. Bfo. '24- V t.. !'>. nt i 1 citVVVle.ft. >- CHEAP t"iJ'. ST5BL-- < ':n:.! '

the : Our Own Goods ., : .Dcc9-u'.. '. .t > ,
what ba sctnally sys mport : .
and limit small chargea. to ,The above are 1e Prices and.6.percent .wilbe -- 1 .H'' :
j Ja..1 of the Union. Th.largest liberty! Is to _. 3A33ESLBBCOiIE: added for EctalLBee. V V V V "" '.. .- AfT the old Post Office, South or thoMAf., :

be maintained in the diicossion'o? the "acts Decll-lmp' 'g3Broadwz7 l N. Y. and *bal: be. constantly supplied with every- 9-4t JacksonTtHe Fla.. Notice.TnnrTY .. .8. ket",Lab City,will be found.:w of the beats1xuA *-;.*i';? V
of the federal gOTernmeoi t; totrtlizrc h DO thiit; ne* and desirable, and shall always besbl3tompete1Vith i stocks of Dry Goods and Family Groceries that'ever
the New York mar. ;' I 2Jfo VtM. no- come to this market. AU which'I I am aelHng'--V <;' .
appeal from its laws except to tie various 'NOTICE.BIRTT : wm nppt t. tho Hon r&b1 Judge of ..Pro cbeaperthancaabeboughte1sewbeie. .- : : .,"filKov.11.1845
branches of that government Itself, or to>he. .: 1Ada kt. u ,O. :B., HART bate of Dun county, for an order to sell the following U V 'MTQlW1I.L. t. 1'V V 1 V .
of the I days eit.rdate. .pUcsII' :ill and Traders will plense givens aCt AT lands belonging to the estate Francis B. Johnson .
people who grant to ,. members. T otBrdfQ fJJ,- :for :ers AT ORNEY & COUNSELLOR LAW "" Ti. < V
toUae;u4ge orrrobat.e. ; Goods and deceased,to wit : V :
'be North to buy
; si4 Jre going j
leg and executive att : _
of the Shoes. .
department 1u..soaeDUalaa.1Jc&te'AJ: ':' Jackfonyillei. P, Commencing at the iattf affwatt rnerrt>fjtn4 sold Bootsand' -tCSOfiOS
so tenure but a limited one, and in that man- ocntydeceaed.toV.U4t :e> ,mi >our sto and.prices : .1. Blackwood a; TaylOrVJflnttg'WebteHy aloftg-tlmbank : ."

tltZ always retain the poftersiofJedress.he : ) MARY 1m .Ad-r.' .:Ill practice- In the' State and'TJnitedStates' ,CoUlh1J..7' .. V of the Rive'to KclIfl} icozBec
of the Statck" is the lan- d 0) 3..c7Makr & Co. $-&t. o.. r hundred feet--tbenrt .wfl1.tbe aaTne'nnmber offset T> T. HART.RlDGE" .; ,
sovereignty UURACbiZS '. as the river !nV.-thence eoutherly a v direct line of : V S V .: V
guage of the Confederacy: 7| ot the lan* 'FIS'SMETALLIC. : .Blackwood'&Taylor Mud W herpow ffb dfti 1J V' : ):;o- V V 'Newnaft.Street.* 'Ob ';." .
: : F., SOLIiEE: :;i .;.JOHN80N; I p ? VV
V t.
of V
gtage the constltuUop. The, lfU' contains V : -" -' i id .
.. --. .H 9 CONGEESSST.i .. 'i ,susrxros< : V Adm'x of the Estate Frtucia.. R..JohD n. V .. :,
the .oL-'T.3 Jonstitulfn. V SV n ,
emphatic V .: .
.and thu Uw of the United itates which ccc "f, inber -. Timber ,& ,
jwU tre&tle&be mide in whic1nJdltb4t1184e.jrarsnaiic t; th rfD ; .and under alI 1. i j I,. E J '7..A.NN A G-.A. ALSO o t1 NSIGNMENT' ":" 7! SAVAGEShipping .HAILE: .. ;J. "J..

the or t __ and .all General Commission Agent ,and Ac- V .Vi.tjVI; 1rl ti iV4j VVS rorwardingamdCem-: :;; T Tnisjon
authority of the'Uit.. t., shall. !! .rf Prices aentto any address, iGarTela.1.r....?...'?' ..-.Apt:1ea ,

shafl be'the supreme Id* (I'1hc *1h11& ''cd ai& 1'.wi. '*7.0It order* .J.rnptIy111ed... Dec.. -8m cowitant.'- S 18'i.: ...'t ,:. .j.;;. .!.Pota ; +; .t
thejudges lJe bow wx'r *ut11"71 bTh1fld fOr* : U'Ii : : .- "". ;. ,Mercianth, .
lnfteri' &if 'Jb.&U mbmarWe 'JT:taomor.antjs.toffib .- es4sn4 Jacksonville Florida. 1p V't'P"t'V: V- .(. : ';.
tof*rt> : AIUn be enter : ; V3. S VV
therebY In ibj conMitoUoH Ofm t sct tor'ron fonjw frI-JCbt.ryloaIwniLe. j PRINTING: V T..11ARTThE44* :nosersWHARF V ; ;.1Aduovmu.n..t. .
anything atoDea,an J for tn ) a'F. K. Howard1 store, Kfl. -3. : .
ltanding.-J 9fany stale to thecontrary .TiotwKh-. I C.\L111i.OAT. *. KSATLYEXECUTED. ATTHIP OFFICE: -6 Office, Hoej '(Block.present' Dec. 9-8n V DeeNe1f'mlU. 8treet."i D,t-tt'14<. o..: ..., 4. .,;\.. :4.:. 'Jh.1.-, !

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IV The IJond 1l Robert-lL Dally Telegraph. Xee. ,. \o.\ noticing I reception afford a profitable of a iiandMofeedIn.".MurcHie*-thc'accidinta-beglriling 1865. FAt( -tIR DE) > 1865. -----J, H__ JhN__, _, S.J I W. & ,ft. 'W, ":INGERSOLL, JOHN. S, :SftfflMIS &JCO; ,. -

:, ::, Central Lee's retirement to his present peacerut of 1863 basT ;foUqwed;.by :gratifying -' :r '_', j l' ,. .. _. -. .*
: : I results and the,exap1pthn a_ presentea is, Wholesale 'and($ -
: :
of him in this wise '
pursuits;speaks, this description I WH LF.1'S tE'- :
others toVgrow Recjciviiifir
; likely to encourage Forwarding
;;: At Lexington, 'in the State of Virgtntathere o/lcottoiu. J"urther-8uppliea of seed D RUG GIS' ,
: '.:' i is.aOollege. 'bicle, name :of -
yerbornInlbe are earnestly,desired andwilH. >e forwarded, FRESH-ARRIVALS
the most; Hlustrous citizen ; -
'"Old Dominion," fertile us thai>ltas t l&'nd' by the_association;_;_ __* : __ Bay StreetJack; AND ;i.cNfl. .
r r ,
has been, In heroes j' nor could George Wash- Would calUhc attention of dealers and '
himself have wished that' the College : : ':' to his largo and assortment of '
: ington R HftZZARD &; CO Ilet RETAIL
erected-ln bis bonorshould for,-President .. .,. ,,, Medicines, Fancy Arc(,Paints, Oil. .BALERS .GENERAL
&<: ;; OF Stationary, & ., which ta ;
among may
vbo tmietlv -
a'v.'orthlet."cl1lcUh&n.the one ., !. ," IV':5 .c. .
entered-opon hjMuUes: just a: fortnight ,' r : 8 SnlpbatcQuinine, "1-, ;' t jiCOMMISSION

The new-PreUent is'still in the prime Wholesale Dealers 1,- -*) "* Castor Oil, Cenea1-Mehths; .
; neo. ram Tartar, MERCHANTS
'I manhood though already his hair and 't"- .- ,' : ;; ,. "- _-. ,'> ; : 'Calmd, 4 -V 4 ,

beard nro gray ; he:has been? long accustom- :$ : 3STE3: "W Mae, '.,' '""
."; :' OO O.:>HD S. *
:. .. Siilphnr of and Ocoan-strs.'
with' hard- r Bay
L t-d to command;, he is fanUliar .. ". ., M Nol AND 2. KAM.niJH
sljipaas with fame-has slept for months '-"' '-' --.- ., ) BLOCK

nmid the-woods of Virginia, and has crossed DRY GOODS & GROCERIES .... .ri': .ffi 4ff1;'h1 ; I, Patent Medicine' 1 .. c' .

!! the Rappahannock northwaid at the head of .- ; ,'. ., ;>:'.: .: ;,. To'ufnd's Sarsaparllla, Jacksonville. Pla.-: ,.p..l\"X .4TnEET:
'_ ._,. \ h: --i .
: If.
$ .
victonouTanny. he has been approved Ayer's lrs3paUa. ? ; "
: a ; ,
BEID'S BLOC ;BAY, STREET, I' : -- 7:: Ayer's Cery ': i
alike by good and evil fortune, and.whether, : : ; ". ,: : Ayer'a e Cure, :" "T

when threatening the Federal capital or : Indian Cholagogne, .- JACKSONVILLE
when surrendering his sword"to a Federal 1 1 -JAcKSoNVJi4LEPLA. i .Davis' Pain Killer .. ,
I ,
he has borne himself as beseemed '" Radway's? Remedies .
rnntain.. ever in -- -
ItEjist of
receipt another large stock of goods,
a man:noble alike by ancestry and by natu .NEW STOCK- AND LARGE FabnNlk'l WOn VermifuJC', I consisting ofREADY.MADE

e. The descendent of'Light Horse.Harry (?' ') South American Fever and A t I I ARE NOTV OPENING THE LARGEST

: has doffed the' iraiforni for the.garb Lv0> LAGEa Brown's Ess. Ginger, I IWinslow's CLOTHING o Goods ever offered for safe in the State.
AftSORTHEXT JV8T RECEIVED. Soothing Syrup, upon such terms as should induce-. Country and other
of a peaceful professor nor can we own -. Hyatt's Life Balsam Merchants to at least price onr goods below par- '

that the change is a, degradation .even:for Velpeaa'a Remedy, AND chasing in other market The followingare among

Robert Lee. There is a difference in the Is Mustang Liniment, the principal articles comprising our stock:

mode'of action,'but no alteration in the.:object Prints Flour now opening one of the largest Slocks Roger's Mc lunn'l Syrup,Eliier.Liverwort .. )ts' Furnishing Goods, p DItYGOODS.boo .

( whichis, simply to render the,best'ser- Del&nes .;; 'i Pork of GOODS .- British Oil, \ : PIECESSPBAGUE'S
offered in ,
vice he can to his native State. To that single a.une1a : :..: ':.' '/ Jl&ms ever this market, con- liateinan's C .). Ladies Fancy Knit 'Shawls.. -MERnKMACK-I : >

aim he has never once been unfaithful ; Photogph Albums, i - ,
i, v '* 'Shoulders sisting of Boards, 1VTB/AS ; .'AMERICAN
ShtwU ,
: will still itwe 'may rest assured & ,
and he .'
pursue .- i--ff Blank Books, CJI.OVES, hOSE, tS' .
with the old high enthusiasm tempered B utter I DUXNEL.LH
Sheeting .
a cautious brain. Throughout the war Mirrors, -
by .Skirts Cheese'
I than Lee's ... Hair,Tooth. Cluli GROCERIES. I AHOSKJBAC1
nothing was morev remarkable ') '' .f ,-1 '* : ,
personal intluen tte manner in which he Hats Salt .; ; DRESS COODS, andWhiftk LOWEL
te and brown Teas and Coffees, Raisins -
impressed;every one -'who approached him. Shoe Coffee FRENCH MERINOES, .-.rf.lner Et., whole, half and quarter sugars boxes nuts cf all kiods,dried I 'ABXOLD' .

That men'withJackson's purity"and earnestness lng owder' Lnbin's Extract*, fijs, pruncfi &c. -. .- RCII3OND, A3 D 'OTHER.301,18.
or with the debonaire' 'and graceful valor I '. WOOL, DELAINES, Night. Blooming Ccreus, 10$. pn-cpl' BLEACHED AS1 BBOW2TTICKIXG
of gtuart;should appreciate illustriousqualities Fancy Extracts.
of their leader,was only natural; but PRINTS, DOMESTICS, / Colognes,Hair DALt.tii OJIJYAD1RGS. '

; even the humblest soldiers in the ranks felt .Cb&nd merchcndbvnU for cotton and produceat AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Sozodont,Tooth Soaps and Powder, ; Cheese, Lard, Pork, Bacon Ham. Flour, 250/PUgCES MA CIIESXEB
though they might not have been able to'express -, highest market prices-or shipments made to New Sterling's Ambrosia, Kendall's tc. PACIFIC
ChcTmoral' wer'which 'Lee' exerted: York. and ssles personally attended to. A'i1tUAM1LTON.DELA1N.HICKORY .
: Kor,25-tf FANCY COODS and Shoes IlatM and Cap*. 'i
The war'was, mall, conscience, sanguinary 'nnIIP.Gum
enough ; but there would have been,avery Drops, Sugar Drops and,Lozenges Burnt, Arc.Almonds, &c. 'oode .wnre, Yankee Xotlon.i, DENIMS, MARLBORO STRIPES

; carnival of carnage;; a 'develish outbreak of T GREAT DISTRIBUTIONBY TRIMMINGS, Toilet and Fancy Articles, HICKORY BY THE BALE.

all men's fiercest'passions, had"theiJouthern ) Stationery., CUTI41I ALPACAS PARAMATTAS, LTSTRES. .
leader been different temper' Gallantly as THE BUTTONS Letter, Note and Foolscap Paper, MOltAIR, .

the Confederates fought, we must neverfoi.. t White and Yellow nv elopes. I Ales, Wines, Liquors, Etc. MAZOURKA,
: get that their armies were often composed of BALMORALS. :25-tfCOME I ARMCRE CLOTHS ETC.

somewhat questionable raw .material ; that :1S46.18O Cutlery. : CHECKS, FANCY AND PLAIN.

the volunteers, with all the instinct of bravery -CLOTH INC.GENT'S I Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knives, anl AND SEE 'nICII RDSOr8IRISH, LINEN,

f. which seldom deserts a 'dominant class, I Broadway, New York. STEWAitrrs AND OTHER MAKERS.

r had likewise many of the vices, which .are Rosewood Pianos Melodeoni. Fine Oil Paintings,EngravingsSilver FURNISHING GOODS. Tobacco. NEW STOKE OF C. A. CASE & CO., TABLE DAASH. TOWELLING,
Ware FiDfI"Qoldand Silver Watches Navy, Anderson's Solace and Amulet
3; inevitably engendered by the possession of I JEWELERS, CORNER BAY AND OCEA."i'.STS.b NAPKINS ETC.,'ETC.
Diamond Pins,Diamond Rings Gold Bracelets, CLOTHS, Killickinick, Shanghai. ,and Anderson's ETC.
arbitrary and lawless powerAccustomedL Coral Florentine, Mosaic. Jet Lava and bacco. Mr.Case Watchmaker for George A LADSES AND GENTS LINEN CAJIBRICIIANDKEILCJIIEFS.
to the unchecked license authority, the Cameo L&d1ea' Beta, Gold Pens-with CASSIMERES, Cigars of the best brands. Peck during the past sixteen months '

; slave holders might perchance have been Gold and Silver Extension Holders VESTINGS has'opened a shop at the above men- HEMSTIC'UED
Sleeve Buttons, Beta of Pipe*. tioned place, and will be pleased to see ,
ready enough to give the war a character or Studs, Vest and Neck SATINETS, erhau. ICs friends and hopes to give the same: EMBROIDERED,

internecine hatred ; and it was eminently due Chains Gold Rings., 1 Imitation MerKcbanm, in his work as heretofore; everything will I FANCY AND SCOLLOPED,
to Robert Lee that the courtesies and hu &0.. Valued at FLANNELS, ETC. Brierwood, Rosewood, .\ his personal attention. and he hopes that an STRIPED, AND, -
Diamond and Safety Matches. erience of fifteen years will entitle him to the con. CAMBRIC
inanities for civilized warfare were on the
$1,000,000. HOOTS VIsTID) HIIOKS, of the public. A fine stock of.all goods in our NAINSOOK INDIA, BOOK '
I' whole observed. The gentle nature of the Liquor, Syrup*. etc. will be always on band and offered at 'reasonable .AND SWISS, PLAIN AND DOTTED
man: never degenerated into weakness with all.the C. A. CASE,
Including new slJlesofLa Misses'and
DISTRIBUTION is made in the following manner Brandy J. MUSLINS.JACONET. .
a high hand he could restrain excesses, and CERTIFICATES naming each article and its VALVE, Childrcns' Fancy Laced, Balmoral and Sherry Winl I 10-tf.WHITE. HOLLAND. CHAMBBEYS, TABLETON
admirably did he exercise his power.Thereare are placed in SEALED ENVELOPES,which are well ,
no purer pages in the history ot the civil mixed. One of these Envelopes, containing the Certificate Polish varieties. Holland Gin, i LADIES. mITE, BROWN, MIXED AND
or Order tot some Article,will be delivered at Whiskey SPRINGS HOTEL BLACK HOSE.
which relates to his invasion
than those
war our omce or sent by mall to any address, without regard Handkerchiefs Blackberry Brandy .I UAMILTOX Cor:,,'. FLA. OEN* WHITE BROWN, MIXED AND
Maryland and Pennsylvania, at a time to choice, on receipt of 13 Gents.' and Hosiery in. Lemon ,
of the Southern On the Certificate the will see HE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to : BLACK HALF HOSE.
: when the temper people was : receiving purchaser great variety. '
tried. Such qualities as he displayed what Article it DXAW. and Its vale,and can then send Raspberry Syrup; Strawberry Syrup, the public that healthful he is and prepared to accommodate L.1DIES AND ,GENTS GLOVES.
sorely seeking a pleasant situation.
ONE DOLLAR and neely..the Article named or can
could not fail, in the long run, to win the regard choose AST onn one Article on our List of the same Bonnet and Belt Ribbons of all .PniiilN Oils, eC( : are furnished with the. .best the market of Furnishing Goods. Cloths Cassi-
will afford.' <
of a manly and affectionate people ; and value.45T". W
while find that he loved like father Purchasers 01 oar SEALED ENVELOPES,may, kinds.UMBRELLASAND. hite.ead. has comfortable hacks running in connection j meres.
; we wae a ( every train between this place and the Railroad
t in this manner obtain aa Article WOKTK rmv OJCK TO Chrome Yellow, Negliffe Whirl*,White and
by all those who shared his immediate FIn at Welborn. Fancy Linen
PARASOLS Prussian Blue, W. A.TURNER, Proprietor. Hickory, Mixed and Wool Shirts
perils we have not yet forgotten that when Red and Black Paints, Gray .
the victorious veterans: of the North were FOR ONE DOLLAR HATS AISTD CAPS. Linseed OH. Benzine, 22.-if. Paper Collars, Jeans, Cottonades,. Satl

marching home through Richmond, they which they need not pay until It Is known what drawn Plaster Paris, net,, Et .- -
and ita value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed ID.all Window Shades. JIII.I SITE FOR
burst into a splendid shout of enthusiasm as GLASS CROCKERY SALE, UntES'
Cases., The Eureka Gift Association would can attention Liquid Blue, WEAR sach as Plain and
they recognized, gravely contemplating them to the fact of its being the Original and LargestGift WILLOW WARE. Petroleum, HE most desirable on St. John's River.T. Fancy LJoen Collars Trimmings Bnt
from a curtained window, the familiar form Association In the country. We are therefore enabled Congress Water E. BUCKMAN, tons 'Baisnoral, Skirls Etc.
and face Robert Lee. to send Fran GOOM, and give better chances to Seidlitz Powders, 17-1m Coin'u Lumber Merchant.
obtain the store MlIl4W,prizes, than any other establishment F.URNITURE.PARLOR I Citrate of Magnesia,
"The old order changes, giving place to The Extract for BOOTS AND 'SHO S.
of the kind. business eontines to be making Root _
new, and God fulfills himself in many conducted iA a fair and honorable manner and a large June 10-tf ( DIARIES FOR 1866.

ways." To teach young lads their classics and greatly increasing trade is proof that our patrons DINING ROOM =' 5'-r;=cn:=;.- -.r=_ _,,s.- '; .,' 1. -- ONTAINING the Revenue and other Tables. Mem- 100 (' nes Boots and Shoes, Ladle Bal
and mathematics, may seem but a poor occu- appreciate this method.of obtaining rich and elegant AND CHAMBER SETS ; orandum Books of every kind The Life of Cesar, moral and Polish Boot, Women Hip,

y nation for one whose word was latelv the -200d8. L. Napoleon and other new works and stationary.For Kid, Goat and Lasting Geut'a
During the past year thh Association baa sent a very NEW sale by" DREW OAKLEY. Calf Sewed
supreme law for a hundred thousand fighting large number of valuable prizes to all parts of the I All of which will be sold chlap for cash. W"D. & O. are Agents for the sale of *Singers Sewing Pumps, GenfH Calf Sewed P..* D. s. .

n.lent and yet there need be no sense of humiliation couutry. Those who patronize Ha win receive the full Merchants from and offer the same atthe New York prices. Boots Peed and Sewed' Genre cit
value of their money, as no article on oar list is worthless (the interior will do well 11-tf _
involved in the deliberate and
acceptance than One Dollar, retail,and there are no blanks. ON Kid Patent Leather Shoes, Congressand .
., ,
of such employment. The"new order" Parties dealing with as may depend on having prompt to call and examine my stock before purchasing 0 Balmoral Shoes, Men's .
is that of peace ; for a time, the finest thing returns and the article drawn will be immediately Children's. Bootees.
that Lee could do was to set an example of- sent to any address by return mail or express. I elsew here. BAY S T Pi ::9 PARKHURST & CO- HATS
The following parties nave recently drawn valuable : AND CAPS.
valor and virtue to the whole manhood of prizes from tbe Eureka Association and nave kindly o. SLAG-ER_ -

the South, but not less pure is the glory of allowed the nse of their.names, many other names Jacksonville I9. FltlDEXRERG & DEALERS IN ,Ladle Straw. Felt Silk Fur, .,Jockey,

one who, by honest and patient labor, prepares might Andrew be published Wilson,Custom were we permitted Penn. October21-tf Turban, .and: 'other Styles:Hen's Wool
House Philadelphia.
the young for that longer conflict which Oil Painting value $100; James Hargraves, 821, -'-'-- APLE DRY GOODS AND) and Felt Hats, Children' Hats.

L\ fills the whole length and breadth of human Broadway New York, Oil Painting, value, f 100 : E. HAVE just received from Xew York, a ;

: life. Our age, to quote the French phrase, F.Jones, Barret, Marshall Co., Kansas, Melodeon val. BURNING OF THE MUSEUM. of all kinds of Merrhandine. GROCERIES Crockery and Glass Ware of all
ue$200 ; Patrick J. Byrne. Waterbury, Ct., Gold DRY GOODS ,
is "fertile in emotion is swift and sudden
Watch, value,$135; J. F. Shaw,224 East 24th Street, LETTEK FROM }m: UARNTJM. CLOTHING ,Kinds.
j in its cliangcs. The ruler yesterday is the New York, Piano value, $350; Mrs. Cbas. .. Nevis, NEW .. FURNISHING GOODS Tin and Hollow Ware, and a .
exile ot to- N.Y..Cluster BOOTS in .Twine and other article. Provisions.
'the ruler of toonorrow. Many bright sword Elmira Diamond Ring,value$200 ;Mrs.K. GDTLJIUX-Thodgh the destruction of the American \ .
Pennoyer, City Hotel Nashville, Tenn., Melodeon, SHOES highest Market price paid for all kinds of Comm
5QO'bait'els Flour
i is in its scabbard beside that of the Museum has proved a serious loss to awl
great Vir value$125 ; Oscar M. Allen,Co. B, 14M Reg. Ind.Vols. myself HATS Produce at the. new Store next door to the Post I 500 ball barrels
the public, I am happy to tbe'old. Flour
verify adage, that
few weeks the .
ginian. Only a ago flaneur ,Nashville Tenu.. Watch value $85; Rowland "It's an ill wind that blows ," CAPS -20 casks Bacon
of Paris could gaze on oue whom Victor 8.Patterson Co.D, 10th Iowa Vet. Vols., Oil Painting, congratulate you nobody that good your well and,knomi, consequently :- C. PARKHURST, 50 cas s llama (Cincinnati Sugar Cared)
Hugo called a "spectre in awlilteburnous"- TaluelJO; Abbey Parsons, 8pring1ield.llau. 'safe have again demonstrated their 50 barrels Pork. Hess and Prime
superior fireproof Nov.11. 1865. I
Melodeon.vslne, $150 ; JsmesL. Dexter, City Survey -
,. ; 50 haL barrels Fulton
in Market
qualities an ordeal of nnosnal Beef -
on one who for yearsfou..ht after the old or. Syracuse, N. Y.,Gold Watch vslue, $150; Mrs. safe you made for me some time ago severity.The was In he FLOUR' ., ._ _. w ,=. 10 bauels'Dried Beef -
Numidian fashion, againstBncaud aud Be- Jmey 177 Woe" St.,cor. Sleeker. N. Y., Oil office of the Museum on the second floor, back part of I : I I 50 barrels kalf I arrel*'and kits Mackerel
I dean, against Cavignac, Pelissier and Lamor- Painting value, 1100.i Mrs. J. c. Coles. Grand Rap- the building, and in the hottest of the fire. HAMS LIME, LIME, LIME I 25 tiLt SalmOll' .
iciere and the survivor of Ida Michigan Silver Castor, vane $40: Dr.J. R. Sin. After twenty four hours of trial it was found For Salem ntities 100 sacks Ri<| Coffee
$1 ; now them all, clair, No. i Main St.,Utlca. N. Y.,Framed Engraving, among qua to aiitpurchaaeisby 500 sacJ .
B Liverpool Salt -
the debris, and on opening it tbi s day has yielded op I II. T. ilOT..
c1.Knder.journeys slowly homeward to value$25 Hon. Lnther Detmold
; Washington- D.C., Its content In very good order-books, paper. policiesof ( Fla.. April 20. 18t5.u 100 barrels coffee., crushed* granulated powdered
Oil Tatae 100. .
Damascus. In a Russian city, faiwithin the Painting. V insurance, bank bills,.all in condition for immediateuse >and?common brown Sugars ,
Letters from various parties throughout the country POWDER _. _, 50 barrels
heart of ----- -- Golden
the mighty empire whose power he and a noble commentary on the tmstworthinciw -" -- --t-- = p- .- Syrup 4c. .
acknowledging the receipt of very Tamable gifts, may HARDWARE 300 barrels Soda
withstood for i of Herring's Flre Proof Safes. \L. ,Sugar Boston anff Pilot Bread
nealry thirty quietly 1>e seen on at our office.
years, flje Truly yours. GLASSWARE GCIDE.-.YOUNC/S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL I 00 boxes Soda Sugar.Boston aad Pnot Bread
lives an old, gray-bearded, weak-eyed man, I To i h "P. T. ARXl:1r. WINES WORK, of every one his own Doctor 50 chests half and quarter Teas Ooloug and Hy son
against whom, when he held possession -of: e Sold for, One Dollar Each a Private Instructor for }Iarried.Persons. or 2000 pounds Candy,stick and mixed.
his wur IIERRIXQ'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES. CHAMPAIGNESEGARS about to Marsy.: both)Male and Female; in
mountain fastnesses Grabbe and Woronzon every
rtgard t valve, and ftd to be ptl14 for until ym
-, The most reliable liirtrnHEBRI.XO concerning the physiology and relations of our Wino; d Liquors. *
vainly hurled their disciplined battalions; know ifkat JMI win reri KACH5fr protection from fire now System and the Production or Prevention ol i .

and so calm is now the order of his life, that Elegant Bosew'd Pianos worth $250.00 to 500.0069.Melodeons & Co.'s PATK.XT BASKKBS' SAFES, with TOBACCO, &c. ,including all the new discoveries never.be. .. 100 bb1s. old o Kentucky Whisky
only with a strange thrill wonder does the Bosew'd Cues.... 125,00 to 225,00 Herring & Floyd's Patent Cry taUzed Iron, the bent AH of which we offer for sale at low rates given in the English language, by Win.Young D. 100 bMs. old Bourbon Whisky ,
100;Fine Oil Palntlngil;............ 25,00 to 100,00
& security against a burglar's drill ever manufactured. I. sale and retailCountry This is really a valuable and interesting work.: |0 bbls. old Cabinet Extra Fine
traveler hear that he has indeed seen Schamyl 100 Gold Hunting Case Watches.... 75,00t0150,00 HERRING t CO., produce taken in cxcliangc. written In plain language for lha.'general reader.; 100 bbJs.,old Cotrnae.
the Circns ian! The hero' of 'Rome, Verese 150 Diamond Rins*.......... 50,00 to 200.00 No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray St., New York. dealers are invited to call and examine our is illustrated with upward of one- hundred engra 50 bbls.'old Catawba Brandy Brandy
250 Ladles' Gold Watches...... I G0,00to 8.1,00 FARREL, HERRING & 00., Philadelphia. All 25
and Marsala, limps above 'the' rocky path young married people or those contempla Pipes old Holland Gila
450 Silver Watches..;....... '25ooto 60,00 HERRING k CO., Chicago. 1UIDE11ERI, KDIIEIII d 300
marriage and baring the least' impediment to Ca&es flue, old. Port
ways Caprera. What English tourist on i 900 Fine Steel Engravings Framed 12,00 to .2.00 Oct.21-3m C- life 3faderiza -
the Continent, who casually meets .George i 10.-MnsicBoxes...... ...."' 12,00 to",'45,00 Nov 23-3m that every, should one,should read this be acquainted book. It discloses,with. Still se Sherry

Klapka remembers immediately the 100 Silver Revolving Patent Castor* 15.00 to 40.00 a book that must bo locked and lie Claret
exploitsof 100 Silver Fruit and Cake Baakew.,. 15,00 to 35,00SetaSUverT.s N O'rIC.-I1J-al0. YAL.TUE up not about :
the man who held Camom against, the GOO Table house. It will be sent to any one on the receipt of: Sauterne .

Austrain, and once sailed forth as far as Raab 2,500;Vest and Neck Chains.Spoons... ..' 15,00to' 6,001.0 30,00 25.00 I stock SUBSCRIBERS of goods from HAVE store No.REMOVED 4, Bay Street THEIR, to FURNITURE FOR Cents.Street;,Address above Fourth.Dr. WM.Philadelphia.YOUNG No. 416( and other Wines.

t on.the road to Vienna itself? The action of I 2, 00 Ladies' Silver Porte Monnles... 8,00 to '15.00 Wells' Auction.Store, where they may be found for a 3O Cm.MEXICO. '
these leaders arenlready passing into history i J,000* Silver Butter Knives...... 3,00 to 7.00 short Lime only,as they are determined to close out A LARGE AND EXTENSIVE TIN WAREOF ,
1,000 Pairs Ear Ri gs, (new styles).. 1,50 to .6.00 their entire stock of goods within the next twenty
and may surely be viewed'with ,historic'm.1partialit.y 8.000 Gold Pencils and Tooth Picks.. :3 00 to 8.00 days, regardless of cost. Country merchants, sutlers OF IJHNITLJRK -
; and culm Beaten like them, Lee 8,000 Onyx,and Amethy Brooches.. 4,00 to 10.00 and traders would do well to call and examine tbe fol. MEXICO '
serenely accepts the altered conditions of his 8,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches 4,00 to 6,001,00QMuonIePIn.s. lowing list of articles, as they will be sold cheap for JUST RECEIVED ON :EV ny I3ESCI1IP XION.
.. ....... 4,00to 6,50 cash. -
life. Had he consulted a poor and outworn 3,000 Floe Gold Watch Keys... ,... 8,50 tu 8.M' Ladies and Gent's Shoes, Boots, Shirts Stationery, AT WELLS'AUCTION AND COMMISSION Hard Wars and Farming Utensils.

feelingof-personal"digniryfV.hc would have '6,000 Chlldrsn's Armlets........ 2l5Oto 8,00 Playing Cards, Cloths, Tailor's Trimmings, Shoulder O
)left the country in:which be bad held command 2.600 gets Bosom Srada....... 1,60 to 5,00 Strap.for the Army and Navy, Hardware, Tinware, COXSISTIXO .A FELL VARIETY OF OOQOOO LOANorrat NAILS !
2,500 Enameled ....
Sleeve Bittons
so absolute, and suffered discomfiture 10,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings 1,00 2,50 to to 10,00 5,00 Crockery Stove Cigars Canned, Tobacco Goods Sales.Yankee, Butter Cheese Notions, Stoves,Soda Tables and, Car. style double Enameled and single ..TRACE Clt\lNS,

so of all in 6,000 Ston Set and .,... Pipe. evry .
overwhelming. By men parties Seal Rings 2,50 to 10,00 for BusinessWagonsnew hire Looking Glasses, hundred STEEL :
Water Apparatus bottling one double CORN 3IILLS -
_:6,000 Lockets all ....... purposes. ,
1 sixes
-'I Europe lie have bailed with acclamation 2.00to 7.00 Mattresses, beds. ,
would been : 10,000 Seta ... .. and second band Photographic Stock, Lounge wash stands, Ac., REPUBLIC MEXICO. '
'ij efLsdtes"Jewelry.. 8,00 to 20,00 Hooks and Lines &c., & My orders closn the above CORN SIIELLERS
'he would havc.found it impossible Ambrotype Ca es, Fish are to ,
; 4,00d Wateb .... ;
Charms(each) ; 3,00 to 6,50 Cupon Bonds in sums 6 t $30 1100
DENNIS & diately, either Private '
C. W. CO. at or Public sale.
to remain in privacy he would have felt 6,000 OHM Pens-,SBver Ex.Cssea... I. fSOO.'and t PLOWS .
11,000. -
; 4,00to Interest "
6,00 No. 4:Merchants' Row, Hilton Head. 8. C. are respectfully invited to call and examine seven per cent.. paya -
3,000 Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins... I the of New .
ngain the breath popular applause-hut to 3,00 to 20,00 And at Well's Auction Store, and secure a great bargain at city York. Principal and Interest I 0 : SAD IRONS
what end? The 2,000 Ladles'New Style Belt Buckles 4,00 to 6,50 WELLS' Auction In GOLD. $10,000,000 to ba sold' at SIXTY ,
: : good welcome 'must needs Oct 7th 1865-tf BayStrett, Jacksonville. FTs.Ihwal and Commission '
2,000 Chatelaine and Guard'Chains., on the DOLLAR in C :
6,00 to 20,00 U. Currency thaI yield- .k' GRINDSTONES
I F- have been 'misrepresented Uthe Atlantic ,LOOO Gold Thimbles.........:.. September!-tf interest TWELVE PER : J
; : 7,00to 14,00 --- ------ -- CENT IN GOLD or 'i."*>, '
U and have. tended, however unfairly excite 2,000 Seta Ladies'Jet and Gold. .... 10,00 to T20,00 Medical TEENPER CENT. IN CURRENCY tno.; -r- .
nn nngry feeling. Lee as an exile as a refugee 10,000 Gold Crouea'0... 1,60to I ff.OO County. Society.' rate of premium on gold. The first yeAr's In, -
I have 6,000 Oval Band Bracelets;...... 6,00 to 20,00 "," jACKSOsmuc Fui., NOT: 4th.-18C3. FOR HAUL, already provided.. The most desirable invest. '
woujd- been living' protest against 4.COO Chased Bracelets....... 6,00 to 16,00 At a meeting of the Duval County Medical, Society, Inn nfl Acres Land, In tracts from ever offered, Immense tracti of mining aud ag. 4MwOFALL \ Wjrj .
lie Government which! proscribed him i President I 2,000 Ball Eardrops all colors..., 3OOto 6,00 held this day tbe following resolutions were I unanimously I U U,U U U dred to ten thousand acro ,'e lands r tIXT T PERT;.f PORT DUEi. '- ; : .; .. .
"of a College in Virginia, lie lends the 5,000 Flae 0014 Peu.;..;.......,., 2,00tO '8,50 adopted, and ordered to be published, for four. some of the most valuable plantations in } and TAXES, tn tba State oX.TAJIAUUPAS (- '
-F, aid of his illustrious name to.tile good wprk I' 2,000 New style Jet k Gold Eardropa 8.00 to 7,00 successive weeks in one of the city papers.- da, on many.of them'the.stocks crops, &e. & SAN LUIS POTOSI ; and the PLIGHT ET>TAITH (tCINDS & 'SIZES.JVQCD .
2,600 New '(< Resolved That'the laborer of bis hire said States and .
style Long Crystal 4.00 to 8,00 being worthy aold with th m ;'there are also flf .
t > reconciliation.CottonGrowing. 4k 2,000. Gold, Pens.. ...,.., ..'...... ... 300to 6,00 all bills for medical services, are dne on completion and turpentine l lauds.; PLEDGED for tho redemption of these Bonds '
.- services rendered ; and that they will be handed Valuable business and residence Iota in payment of interest. VV ARE:
:'"l In Italy. B A chance to obtain any of the above articles for in for liquidation as soon after as practicable. Improved and unimproved. THE-SECURITY ;
At a recent meeting of the Cotton Supply: One Dollar by jmrdurtnc a sealed Envelop for 25 eta. Resolved, That while we are willing to do the work of A. U. McCORMICK AMPLE.' 'OF EVERY VARIETY.

c' Association, &t Manchester, letter was read I tar PITS sealed Envelopes wm be sent for $1 00 writ,. and administer to the truly indigent, made so Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 30-3m 4.. S.Currency. will.4 buy" a.Of'7 cr-cJ,Gold Ii"Bond of$50 ,
Eleven tor 12,00 Thirty for soo Slitv-ftve ft $ by misfortune providential affliction that dd fjoo
$ ; 10, or yet we G. ..."
from Naples, describing the remarkable success 00: OnsHnndred ,tor-$18,00.. .AOXHtS. ,WANTED. not recognize persona as object"'of.charity,' who t aro u, $av,' .
which baa attended the sowing of a .ZVEBYWHEEE.; ',.'",' ",-.;: :- '> 'able; yet too lazy and dishonorable to make ''effort to : -I "L 'Of ". ,1' ,i.opo WOlbW j1JOO .

small quantity of Sea Island cotton seed in Onr patrons a.rS desired to send United Stales money pay their physicians'at wen a* other'' bills ; and we Smuggling.AN EnaT LOVER or RtPTJBUCAH L.STmmOS8 l v'vy' -
tea it it shall decline to extend to all such services "
convenient.. Long letters are unnecessary. our unless '
that neighborhood. About a handful of seed, J LEAST ONE BOND. 3000 BASKETS from
p Orders tor SEALED bVELOPES mat In'every paid In advance.ijtooliyd IDEA prevails among many people \ & one quart to three
planted in 1863, produced eighty pounds of case be accompanied by the CASH, with the name of That where professional services have been is a very harmless business;that : forwarded and subscriptions received by. "bushels. :
,. uncleaned cotton,and with die seed of this the person sending and Town,-Couatr, 'and State rendered and parties who received them, shall full to rary to law,yet the only penalty attached to JOHN COBLIE8 fc CO.'and .
1 small quantity two and a half acres were plain,written. Letters ehotUd-be-Address' to the make satisfactory settlement with his, her, ori their attending tion la the possible loss of goods smuggled, J. N.,TIVPT.Financial Agent of the Republic -
Managers. at follows: t -* ';.a'OOODWIV. physician,'we hereby stand pledged to repor thappen be seized.< The law Is follows : Mexico. Broadway, N.Y. STATIONERY.
sown la?}year, which yielded.a bale l ,of seven KT1XT.& A/O neb delinquents at our regular meetings for record1 That It any person shall knowingly and .also receiver by Banks and Bank. ",

hundred, d fifty pounds'of clean, .cotton, "- ',Box'" a70J. ,.Poet. Office,Kew. fork.' and no member of this Bet will respond to any professional with Intent to defraud the revenue of tha throuhout United. States. PAPER, .r' ,J. ;:,r '
Dec.2-2nip call from such until they I 18-1m ; .
which sold in Manchester Iba. smuggle or clandestinely Introduce into :
was attwenty- '? -
'New1'Orleans- ." have made satisfactory"'liquidation! "I with their States any goods wires, or merchandise ,_ ;INKS'e: {"-* fr !-JJ. : : .,
nine cotton .
pen6epcrpound, diD; .: : : :. duty by law, and which should have' been "'. ", '"
being worth at Ihattirne seventeen pence,)1nd r.That I making out our bills, we lb roeOfntee -" without paying or accounting for the 'duty, : ,HALLET KILBOURN;>" I PENS. .AW: ,PENCILS, ,.\ .. ;: :

_.i fair: broach fourteen pence p r.f pound. This ..L4N'AGENCY.. -.; the of party only lies in< that make. out or pass, or attempt to pass through I' ENVELOPES, .. : : .
is adduced as a proof(hat Sea Island seed party in whom right property ; and our bills torn house, any false forged, or fraudulent \ Chitf Clerk if tin Department of tktATTORNEY Ia.'eri.rl;
A.: 'fi.: McCORftflCK will be brought In their name, whether U may b the every such per son,his, her,or their aider*and STATIONERS ,GUM ETC. ,
can be cultivated ad vintage in some partsIIr be) mate or female, of the famy. I shall bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, FOItTHEPROSECUTION 't.LIJlE "
the kingdom Italy. The same cultivator AGENT'.FOB THE SXtEi bRCJl SE ,That we pledge to work by these viction thereof thall be fined in any sum not ., ,-. BRICKA. ,.UEXLEXT,LATHS. ;
"t about L&ndi In Florida. role, and that any member of t Society who ,shall five thousand dollars, or Imprisoned for any OF"CLAiMS'
haaihis i year planted thirty-five
,.' be known to have violated! be deemed no time not exceeding two .
or both the
: acres with the last year's seed, and is now Address':' JackBOhflTle, Fla.. I longer worthy of its association, and shall be dismissed of the Court."-Act ofVQlk years Avgtl, 1842 at, section :' .Jtioii.1l.r..tR.. *' *.-! --l.J__.._. .:".D'1I 'u' C S -. .
picking ibeflrst crop,,having already secured August 26 Smp. fromtthe same.B BAtDWrNfljfU'.President.HOLMES Smuggling ia therefore a misdemeanor' & nt;ad Officer- t T, of the- > Governmt-" A; "ALL ;STAPLE PRO $i' ON HAND'
about eight thousand 'pounds, of ,uncleaned .upon conviction liable to pay a find ,*' Iii ,
1. orb % :
: j cotton; and should ho succeed, in. obtaining : .: 'a'1: : $, y-t E T. 8ABAL. U.D. YEARS, or BOTH. -.- ', cITrD. C-.1<- !?, SAbOLERY.
.. a fl1lr'PlcJdngodurlngtbc: present. month and AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.fLD 1. 0..VATiORAN. &f;D. ,. ,'? Whoever shall give information of in }Federa\ :Block corner of 'Pant*Sevcn'tli< '

in November Jias confident hopes of.realizing l. EYES MADE nwWmtOUT8PEOTAcLFS GE.H. MfPHEUSON, M. D. shall lead to seizure and forfeiture of goods Streets, Postofflce Box No. 142. MCC1C1an :EUIsb fo a' Otber Saddle* -
J Doctors or Medldne. Pamphlet mailed free cm re S. TODIV1I.-1>V--- titled to Ol'fB QUARTO of the value of the to the Secretary and Officers ot the Depart. Bridles, Ma'tIuaIes,Girtha,'Blunket". -
about forty'thoostfnd pound of seed eelpt of ten ceniL'Address E. B.TOOTE M..p., No.. .M.,J..)1RP M.D.j.E.P. i. -J .-- C' ... Such information may beelyen' to 'nr officer of the Interior and officers generally of the oth .
cotton,equivalent to A yield of at least ten ISO BrOadway,Jew York. '-' ** DANEL M.. D., 8ar.* ...: tomsbyanypernou.7 J". f3"j; ';., of Uto Government. : Stlrrupspir Ete. E&C _,'. '

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ronage and rule which would have been exercised delayed, so long;will doubt, and jealousy and act would- have created' 0 a new classi ol'voters," and ':',

under the President, over a vast and This is the! would have been an assumption ofpowerb1 the.Pres-. '
uncertainty prevail. measure ,
OF THE idenl which nothing In the constitution or laws of tljo', :
populous, and naturally wealthy region, are which will'eflithe sad: pemory.o f thepast; United States would have watranted: ,,' .'- '
President of the United States, greater than, unless under extreme necessity, this is the measure<< ". will most'certainly v Ou the other hand,'every danger conflict! U'avoidcd '; ,
1 should be willing to entrust to call and when the settlement of the question is referred to' : ;
one populationand capital
TO T1IK any secunty.tothose itself ,, '
.. the several! States. They can each for ; decide ou
man ; they are such as, for myself I could parts oftne.Untonthat n cd them mostS the meaaure;and whether it is to be' adopted at once ,4
TWO HOUSES OF CONGRESS never, unless, on occasions'ot great emergency Indeed, It is'not too much to ask 'of the States and absolutely, or introduced gradually and wlul con : ,-

consent to exercise. The wilful use of which are now-resuming their places in the ditiona., In my judgment, the freedmen. If they jbow'patience > .
AT THE'HJTEKCEHEHT and manly vlrtuei will sooner obtain,a participation I
OF THE FIRST SESSIOK such powers, continued through a, period family of the Union to give this pledge of in the elective: franchise through the States $ ;
co of years, would have endangered the purity perpetual loyality and peace. 'Until, it is done than through the general government, even ,if It; cad i

OF TIIEThirtyninth of the general administration and the liber- the past, however much 'we: may desire it, power to Intervene. When the tumult'Of emotion 's:; -,
ties of the States which t Tile that have been raised by the suddenness of the 'social
Congress. remained loyal. will not be forgotton. adoption of the change shall have subsided, it'may prove that they '
Besides,::the policy of military rule Aver a amendment reunites us beyond all power of :will receive the kindliest usage from some' those on ,

conquered territory would have implied that disruption. It heals the wound that is still whom they have heretofore most closely depended. k c

Certainly the government of the United the States whose inhabitants, ceased to ex imperfecly closed ; it removes' slavery,. the GOVERNMENT NOT COMPETE TO EOTXD THE SLKCTIVIFBjkNCHISZ r; ; ,""
ist. But the true IS-that element which has arid I TO THe REmMEN. ',
theory all
Slates is a limited government and so isrcl'j i pretended so long ,perplexed .
; State government a limited government acts of secession were from the beginning divided the country ; it makes us once ;more But while I have no doubt that now,,after.the:close; .r''> 'X

With us this idea limitation spreads null and void. The States, cannot commit a united people, renewed, and strength- of ment the to war extend it is not the competent elective franchise for the general in the govern-,several r"

trough! every form of administrationgencal treason, nor screen the individual citizen ened, bound mote than ever to mutual' States it is equally clear that good faith ,requires the

I State and municipal-and rests on theeat who may have committed treason, anymore affection and support. security of the freedmen in their liberty and their,pro I
principle of the than they can make valid treaties or engage The nmendment to the constitution being; perty, their right to labor and their right to claim the
; distinguishing rccogtiion in lawful just return of their labor. I cannot too strongly urge '. ..,
commerce with foreign Power. adopted would remain' for the States
:: of the rights of man. The ancient I any a dispassionate treatment this subject,which should
absorbed the individual in the The States attempting to secede placed them- whose powers have been so.long in abeyance -' be carefully kept aloof from all party, strife., {We must
his religion and controlled:. selves in-a condition where their vitality was to resume their places in the two branches equally avoid hasty assumptions of any natural impossibility -
State,prescribed impaired but not functions of the national and for the two races to live side by side, In a stateof
extinguished-their Legislature thereby
The American rests on ,
lis activity. system mutual benefit and good will.' The experiment involves
the assertion of the equal right of every man suspended, but not destroyed. ,comylete the work of restoration. Here it is us In no inconsistency let us then ,go on aud '
and the pursuit-of happiness t for you, fellew citizens of the Senate, and for, make that experiment in good faith' and not be too,
to life,liberty ; THE PLAN OF RECONSTRUCTION. you, fellow citizens of the House of Repre- easily disheartened. -The country is in need ,of labor,
conscience culture and
of to the
freedom and the freedmen aro in need of employment, culture
exercise of all his faculties. As consequence But if any State neglects or refuses to per- sentatives, to judge, each of you for your- and protection. While their right of voluntary migration '"

State government is limited, as to the'encral form its offices, there is the more need that selves, of the elections, returns and qualifications and expatriation is not to be questioned, I would "'1

the government in the interest of union, the general government-'should maintain all of your own members. us not rather advise tneir forced them removal to honorable and colonization.and useful Let industry .;

is to the individual citizen in the interest of its authority, and, as soon as practicable,. re- THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS IN THE where encourage it may be beneficial to :themselves and

dom, sume the exercise of all its functions. On SECEDED STATES. to the country; and instead of hasty anticipations of
>r: the failure let there be nothing; :wantingto '
this principle I have acted and have gradu-
STATES RIGHTS. The full assertion of the powers of the the lair trial of experiment. :The change in their J
ally and quietly, and by almost imperceptible general government requires the holding of condition is the substitution of labor by contract for the ,', ..

Slates, with proper limitations of power, steps, sought to restore the rightiul ener- circuit courts of the United States within status pi slavery j The freedman cannot fairly be ac- '.;
essential to the existence of the conatitu- gy of the general government and of the cured of unwillingness work; so long.a doubt remains -
the districts where their has been
ue authority about his freedom of choice in'his pursuits, and ,
i uon of the United States. At the very commencement States. To that end Provisional Governors interrupted. In the present posture of our the certainty of his recovering his stipulated.-,wages.- '

4 when we assumed a place among have been appointed for the States, conven- public affairs strong objections have been In this the interests of the employer and the employed. '1
of the earth the Declaration of; tions called,Governors elected, Legislatures coiucide. The employer desires in bis workmen spirit
l the Powers urged to holding those courts in any of the secured In ,
and alacrity, and these can be permanently
Independence adopted by States ; so alto assembled, and Senators and Representativeschosen States where the rebellion has existed and no other way. And if the one ought to be able to enforce .. ;l

I were the articles of Confederation ; and to the Congress of the United States. it was ascertained by inquiry that the Circuit ; the contract, so ought the other. 'The public interest x,

Uuea "the People of the United States" or- At the same time, the courts of the United Court of the United States would not be i will be best promoted if the several 81&tearill!
dabed.nnd established the constitution it States, as far as could be done, have been reopened held within the District of Virginia duringthe provide men. Until adequate this is protection in some way.and remedies accomplished for the there is

Las the assent of the States, one by one, so thatthe 13wsofthe United States autumn or early winter, nor until Con- no chance for the advantageous use of their labor; and ':

which gave -vitality. In the event, too, of may be enforced through their agency. ,The grtjss should have "an opportunity to consider the blame of ill-encceu will not rest on them.'
constitution the blockade has been removed and the custom I 1 know that sincere philanthropy is earnest for the
amendment to the proposition and act the whole To
my on subject. your immediate realization of Ita remotest aims; but time is
of Congress needs the confirmationof I houses re-established in ports of"entry, so deliberations the restoration of this branchof always an element in reform. It is one of the great- .:

States. Without States one great branch that the revenue of the United States may the civil authority of the United States is est acts on record to have brought four millions of people .
be collected. The Post Office into freedom. I Tee career of free industry must be
would be want- Departmentrenews
the government I therefore referred with the
: legislatrre necessarily hope
fairly opened to them'and then their prosperityand
ing. And if we look beyond the letter of its ceaseless activity, and the general that early provision will be made for the condition must after all, rest ''mainly on them. ,

the constitution to the character of ourcoun- government is thereby enabled to communicate resumption of all its functions. It is manifest selves. If they faU, and so perish away, let us..be careful
for comprehending within promptly with its officers and agents. that the failure shall not be attributable to any de-
I its capacity that treason most flagrant in character
CT. of
Dial of justice., In all that relates to the destiny the -
|it. jurisdiction! a vast continental empire is The courts bring security to persons and has been committed. Persons who are charged freedmen we need not be too anxious to read the future a
I due to the system of States. The best security property ; the opening of the ports invites with its commission should'have fair and ; many incidents which from speculative pointof

: for the perpetual existence of the States the restoration of industry and commerce, impartial trials in the highest civil tribunalsof view, might' raiae alarm, will quietly .settle' "' them
of the constitu- the Post Office renews the facilities of social selves.
!the "supreme authority the country, in order that the constitution '
The of Intercourse and of business. And is it not TUEB LABOK n\STElUNG,70 THx SOtTU. .
Vra: of the United States. perpetuity and the laws may be fully vindicated ; the
for all that the restoration of Now that slavery is at an end or near its end, the
te consUtution!brings with it the perpetuity happy us each truth clearly established and affirmed that
view economy
greatness of its evil,in the poiut of public -
[:tine States ; their mutual relation makes one of these functions of the general govern- treason is a crime, that traitors should be becomes more and more apparent., Slavery was J

Is what we are, and in our political system ment brings with it a blessing to the States punished and the offence made infamous ; essentially monopoly of labor,' and as :snoh>locked ..., 1'

jieir connection is indissoluble. The whole over which they are extended ? Is it not a and, at the same time, that the question may tho free states industry.where Where it prevailed labefcwas against the the property incoming,of, the of '. .f

mnot exist without the parts, nor the parts sure promise of harmony and renewed at- be judicially,settled, finally and forever, that capitalist, thff white man was excluded from employment '
Inihout the whole. So long as the constitu tachment to the Union, tb after all that has no State of its own will has no right to re- or had but the second best chance of finding.t.

lion of the United States endures the Statestill happened, the return of the general government nounce its place in the Union. and the foreign emigrant: turned away from the region.
endure the destruction of the one is the is known only as a beneficence ? where his condition would Le so precarious. With the
; THE RELATIONS OF EIIE GOVERNMENT TO destruction of the monop .ly, free labor' frill hasten > '
sanction of the other ; the preservation of ITS DIFFICULTIES AND DAXQERS. i ,from all parts of the civilized:: world to assist in developing -::

k one is the preservation off the other. I know very well that this policy is attended TIIE FREEDMEN. ; various and immeasurable resource(which-have ,
hitherto lain dormant. The eight or nine States nearest -
have thus explained my. views of the with some risk ; that for its success it re- The relations of the general government the Gulf of Mexico have a soil of exuberant: fertility ,
anal relations of the constitution and the requires at least the acquiscence of the towards the four millions of inhabitants climate friendly to long life, and can sustain -

es.because they,unfold' the principles on States which it concerns ; that it implies an whom the war has called into freedom have denser population than is found as;yet in any part of k'

cinch I have sought to solve the momentous invitation to those States, by renewin:; their engaged my most serious consideration. On our them country will be mainly And the from future the North influx or of.from populaiiou the most to '

peslions and overcome the appalling diffl- allegiances to the United States, to resume the propriety of attempting to 'make the cultivated nations in Europe. From, the sufferings

ies that met me at the very commence- their functions as States of the Union. But freedmeh electors by the proclamation of the that have attended them during our late straggle, let

rat of my administration. It has been my it is a risk that must be taken ; in the Executive, I took for my counsel the consti- us for look them away with to greater the future prosperity which than is sure has to ever be;before! laden ."'

adfast object to escape from the sway of choice of difficulties it is the smallest risk ; }ution itself, the interpretations of that instrument been known. The removal of the'monopoly of slave ...
xn cntary passions, and to derive a healing and to diminish, and, if possible, to remove 'by its authOrs and their cotcmpo- labor is a pledge that those regions wilt be peopled by a

i Ay\ from the fundamental and unchang- all danger, I have felt it incumbent on me to raries and'recent legislation Congress.- numerous and enterprising population Which will vie
with any in the Union In compactness, inventive genius -
principles of the constitution. assert one other of the general independence '
power government When, at the first movement towards wealth and industry.'
I' I1 found the States suffering from the effects -the power of pardon. As no State the Congress of the United States Our government springs from and was made :for the

',ci'il"ar.. Resistance to the general can throw a defence over the crime of trea- instructed the several States to institute governments people-not the people tor the government.. To them '

LTernment appeared to have exhausted it- son, the power of garden is. exclusivelyvested of their own, they left each Stateto it strength owes allegiance and wisdom.from Bat them while mast the derive government its courage is, ', .

|4 The United States had recovered pos- in the executive government' the Uni- decide for itself the conditions for the en- thus bound to defer to the people- from :whom it derives ,

.. ':!ion of their forts and arsenals ; and their ted States. In exercising that power, I have joyment the elective franchise. 'Duringthe its existence it should from the -very- consideration -

i::ies were in the occupation of every State i taken every precaution to connect it with the period of the confederacy there' 'contin- to the of establishment its origin be of strong inequalities.in its power Monopolies of reristence' per :'.-'

nidi had attempted to secede. whether clearest recognition of the binding force of ued to exist a very great diversity in the pctuittes and clasa legislation are contrary"to the genius

i territory within the limits of those States the laws of the United States, and an unqual- qualifications of electors: in the several States; of tree government and ought not to be allowed. ,
told be held conquered territory under ified of the social F Here there is no room for favored classes or, monopolies <
as acknowledgement great and even within a State a distinction of qualificationsjirevailed the principle of our government ia that of equal
tasuy; authority: emenating from the Presi- change of condition in, regard to slavery with regard to the officers laws and freedom of Industry. Wherever monopoly '1I

btas the head :>the army, was the first which has grown nut of the war. who were to be chosen. The constitu- attains a foothold it is sure to be $ source ot ,danger,
itself for decision. i I discord and trouble We shall but fulfil.our duties as ;
pstion that
\ presented TIIE AilEXDMEKTTOTnECOSSTTTUTIONABOL- tion of, the United States recognize these diversities legislators by according "equal and exact Justice to all
MILITARY GOVER2 dENTS. ISHING SLAVERY. ,when it enjoins that, in the choice men," special privileges to none. ,The'gO'RIrnment
of members of the House of Representativesof subordinate to the people;'but,' u the' agent and representative
Sow military governments, established The nextstep which I have taken to restore United States "the electors in each of the people; it must be held superior in ,

Un indefinite period, would have offered the constitutional relations of the States, has State shall have the, requisite monopolies which,in themselves ought never subordinate to be
qualifications be
which where they: exist
of dis- .
iecurity for the early suppression been an invitation them to' participate in
I for electors of the most numerous branch of and yield.to tho 80.ernmentJ1EGn.t.rlOr :
:ent; would have divided the people inlbe the high office of amending the 'constitutIon. the State! Legislature. 0? COJi7'BSCL ,> ,

vanquishers and the vanquished. andd Every patriot must wish for a general amnes- confers Congress the( right to ro-' -
Lave envenomed hatred, rather than ty at the earliest epoch consistent''with pub- After the formation of the constitution, it remained, The commerce among the several States. .It is of the
before the uniform for each State to>enlargethe ;
restored affection. Once established lic safety. For this great end 'there is need H body, of Its electors according to its 'own judgment first necessity; for maintenance of the, Union, that

precise limit to their continuance was of, a concurrence of all opinions, :and the and under this 0yttem, one State after another commerce should be in free device and to and.unobstructed.tax the transit of .. t
'ub'!'. They: would have occasioned spirit of mutual conciliation. All parties in I II baa proceeded to increase toe number of its elector!, travel State can and be commerce justified between any States. 'The position of '
near '
until nnivenalaua'rage or very
intalculable and exhausting expense.- the late temblc. onfiict must work together it the now general role. So fixed wa this reservation of .many State is such that if they were' allowed to take .'
aful to and from that portion I, It'is too much to ask in advantage of it for purpose of local .revenue the commerce -
emigration in harmony. not power in the babita of the people,and, to unquestioned burdened,
'!he bests that the hai been the interpretation of the constitution, that between States might bit Injuriously
country is-one of the means the name of the whole people, that,:on virtually prohibited. is best,while the country
be thought of for the restoration of liar- one side, the plan of restoration shall proceedin the daring purpose-certa1a1r the civil war the never late President:avowed never the purpose,barboied-of, .i or even IB still young, and while the teu enq' ,to,'danger
and would have been to cast 'the monopolies of this kind is still feeble, to.use the
1; that emigration conformity with a willingness disregarding; and in the acts Congress during that
from abroad and that be found which, during the ,continuance power of Congress e>as to prevent any t impediment to .
ented; for what emigrant disorders of the past into oblivion ; period,nothing can circulation of.men and ,mcrchandiae.Atax
iIU industrious citizen at home, would on the other, the evidence sincerity in the would have of hostilities sanctioned! any much' departure less 'after by their the Executive close on the travel free and merchandise In their, transit constitute r -

e himself willingly tinder military rule? future maintenance of the'Union shall be put from a policy which Las so uniformly,obtained.- one ofthe worst forms monopoly. and. the evil Is increased *
chief persons who would have followed beyond any doubt by the ratification of the Hereof, a concession of the elective franchise to the if oonpled with ft denial of the Is choice considered route.U t

B.*train of the army would have been de- proposed amendment to the constitution, freedmen by act of the President of the United wherever States When is plain tie that vast every extent obstacle of our to country the free circulation of 3
must have been extended to all men
3jents on the general government, or men which provides for the abolition of slavery found, and no must have established a change of commerce between the States ought to be,sternly the }
*expected profit from the miseries of theirS forever within the limits of our country. So suffrage la the Northern,Middle.and Western States, guarded against by appropriate. legislation,+within q

fellow citizens. The powers of pat'f long as the adoption of this amendment i f b not less., than ia the.Southern' Ct .and. $Southwestern.-- Bachan limits of the contitri ot4

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,, ," ",,", '.j',,,: rvJI.Ja LAXDI. ztc,, forced when lti limits tits'i3Ne- "W Sl7ieaeh : which I am animated,led me to Approve the'proposal- that our teUow ettfienebeyond the c ao
,already made to submit the question*which had thus other of the
'?i{ ;; The report of the Secretary of the Interior '+explains one of as"contact car ttgassdl$0UMdctecontracted : :r arisen between* the coontrie*.fio_ arbitration. These Here fxfatrt pan Uu 4 earth S *cou.tUate fonD ralftr Wbpls'Stajt
.: the condition of the' the of men to be'CO Of'
; public lands, transactions questIons are of such moment,that tbeT'mUJI': tare .
'''', S the Patent Office and the Pension Bureau,the:manage' in spacer;.arreaoyr aabby\ II of the thuforusofgorsrmn6atbythecoareea1 doe Ems;
the attention Powers
oft ash commanded meat ami art states
meat of oar Indian affairs;J the progress" made In theconstruction easiness M nea {u1po&lb1l' oa4' OS : with the peace Md interest J ecausse a OWIJI or which Do other tevss'a'
ofevery capable
one :> It
of the Pacific railroad; and furnishes Iu PAJlDfntt or abort e !tehold JDC'OrtIohiet e \ 1tf
: of them to hare insured aa inrpaitlal'dediioai I Il4 tII.t
emIaheeeeDarfit u :
of aro11lleft'ef1
formation In reference to matter of local, intenatInthe eel to return to thq Bold .
; td inform that Great Britain: rtHu d regret you e ; Where in put hiss do*.*
fellow tltlJebl Inthy41eit parallel
District of Columbia. It also present evidence of OUt n&c
; : tint on the other"fcand, invited t ) :'to whtcnti to t:
on us, co diaiBUaUVUCMI ni ptJblta happiness within '
the '' sfialra,the dtty4sTonfea reach of
: successful operation of the Homestead ,act ;under )
of commission to settle tnatual claims -
formation s the
ciraahtian. Joint United State
F: the provisions of which of: the pvbllrf by law the apCr money nonr In : Where to any thSS5
1,160,683 acres, ;
which arose
bank loss between the two from far'atbe
' the not drculatUm or the countries 'can institutions M found so suited I tSihetr tSL S
; lands
were entered during the last fiscal more Fve1cars ago
year .
t1Oned.bould' be enlDd or
V before m entitled
thaJa depredation <: to their tote as their "
amounted to not much more -"- own free
tluuloue-fourthonbewbolt number of sold ) : : eonsttatpa
ana national exceeds The jropositton,la that'Yer'111 nsatlsfiictory,form has E .ry one of them then. fa .
bank wto .
hi: ..' otherwise disposed during that period. It Is estimated : millions v n ",'the circulation, he- pari" the
i bear declined. baa
his home
l that the sufficient hundred minions.5. simple;statement > ;must with, u. JlerpemJI1.,
derived from this even
nource are W\o
receipts ,
strongly thin any word The United States did not present the subject ssaa;. them win DoC now acknowledge.1D &be seat
'U to cover the Incident to the ..u"eandi'.1 of the fact recommend more words of"
: .
expenses Impeachment of tho jroodfelth of a Power which was fnrtan ..
this ;that .
of and that of mine could do the necessity, of our restraining "e.eif pyWch the,
disposal the lands entered under this act, eopJe
t the professing toe most friendly disposition, but aa Invaliding United 8tate.fb. ** advanced ..
: reduction of currencyl: to' flu ehar
: payments cash to the extent of from forty to fifty, expansion. The gradual aeieer
of public law of which the settlement i* independent
business of the question nation to
fl the seems haTe
thus at the only that can save been Jtstlngni
n percent will be made settlers who anytime measure
by may
; F calamities ; and' Uua can almost essential to the peace of nations ; and though pecuniary bl some token 01 Providential .
", :: acquire title before the expiration 'th.'perlod country from disastrous not ageupyl" Who w
reparation to-their injured citizen would have followedIncidentally join with So t
:' st which would vest The homestead pot Imperceptibly-; acomplihed by gndaaUy me prayer thai the invisible
J' U otherwise which ....
Britain such
that ] on a decVion against Great ,, bM led
may through the
in .doa.1.
circulation WI
; <., : icy wu established only after long and earnest resistance funding the national had around rfcota
their They
object. our
I compensation wa not primary path 11'11110 guide
plearoreef government. u. onward to
'The'landsflnthe be made redeemable at a
experience its wisdom.
; prove >>erft.t
in the interests of retoratlon
I I5ZaJUrr a hither motive, and was, peace offraternaJ affection that
i."u., hands of industrious settlers, whose labor creates 01'TIll XAT1OJALdDEBT: : ,. and justice,to establish important principle*of international maT be able \0 iraaw IDi' our great lnheretancerof we of ell d j

: ''" wealth and contributes to the public resources, are Our debt is doubly secure-first in the actual wealth i law. The correspondence wilt be placed! before governments In all their rIIIhta,.of the general: hi
worth more to the United States than If they bad been
of the country' rests ment In its govea
The which ibe British whole
and will greater undeveloped resources : you. ground on wnltltuuonal vigor to our
}, : ,reserved a* a solitude for future purchasers' and next in the character of our Institutions. 'The most Justification is, substantially, that the mnnclpal law aDd they to their through eountJeU i7,j 'aUofad post '

; { .nxaiox B4BZAV.lamentable intelligent observer among political economists lave of a nation and the domestic Interpretation of that JOIU\SOx.

tt, The events of the last four years, and the not failed to renark that the public debt of a country 11l&1'e law are the measure of its duty as a neutral and I feet ,W nnOTOtt', De 4, 1865.DEEW .

: '. sacrifices made by the gallant men of our army, and in proportion as its people are free ; that the debt bound to declare my opinion, before ,yon 'and before .
'I, navy, DYe swelled the records of the Pension Bureau, of a ropnbfic is the safest of all. Our history ccnflras- the world that that Jo Uncation'cannot be sustained
f ,: to an unprecedented extent On,the, 30th day of June and establishes the theory, and Is, I firmly believe,destined before the tribunal of nations 'At the same time I do
last the total number of pensioners was eighty.five to give It a still:.more> signal *illustration. The not advise to present attempt at redress by acts of legislation. : 1865. FALL TRADE! 1865.

; .::, thousand nine hundred and eighty-six, requiring for secret of this superiority springs not merely from the. For the future, friendship between the 'two ,
; their annual pay, exclusive :of expenses, the sum of fact that In a republic the national obligations are di countries must rest otc the basis of mutual Justice. .

}, : }4U; $8,023,440. The number applications that have been tributed more widely through counties :number in TIlE Domnri, or rrTEsracocK EX rox lox Air AIlS '
\ allowed)since that date will require a large: increase of all classes of society ; it has it root in the charactn'ot welfare KEREBATCD.!: \ '.,,'' '
this amount for the next fiscal year. The ,means for our laws.,i Here all men contribute to the public '
,From the moment of the establishment
f and bear their fair hare ,of the public'bnrdens.During our free j
\ the payment of the stipends due under existing laws,to
constitution the civilized world has
tho been convulsed by FRESH ARRIVALS
f of the war, under the impulses of patriotism
our disabled soldiers and sailors, and to the families
revelations In the interests of
to democracy of
regard monarchy -
; such .hare perished in the service of the country, men of,the great body of the people. ,without but through all those revolutions the
; United
want wealth, thronged
their or
will no doubt be cheerfully and promptly, granted. comparative
States have and refused
y. armies filled fleets of war, and 'held themselves wisely firmly to become propagandists .
A grateful people will not healta t to eanction'nyS our and our
mea.nreabaving for their\ object the';"relief of soldiers ready to offer their lives for the public, good. of republicanism It i* the only government

i h.Jr mutilated and families made fatherless the efforts,to Now,In their turn, the property ,and income of the suited to condition ; but We have never sought to
.1 imdose it others
on and have
of the burdenof ; we consistently followed -
should bear their proportion
r- preserve our.national. existence.. country just the advice of S OF
: through means Washington to recommend it only "by
taxation, while in our impost system,
w 1 ,POSTAL ATTAIBS.i. ., of which increased vitality Is incidentally imparted to the careful preservation and prudent use of the bles

l) t.' The report of the Postmaster General presents an encouraging all the industrial intereate' oftbe nation,the ,duties sing. During all the intervening period the policy of: ,.
:: + exhibit of the operation of the, FostofBce should be so adi rested as to fall most heavily on article European Powers and of the.United States has, on the : ', '

'" Department during the year.' The revenue of the of luxury, leaving the necessaries of life as free from whole, been narmonious. 'W1ce,1ngeeCl. rumors 01 '
j :F'h :year from the loyal States alone exceeded the taxation a* the absolute wants of the government, the invasion of some parts of America, in the Interestof 'NEW ;, GOOD
S > mnm annual receipts from all the States previous economically administered,.will justify. No ,favored monarchy, have prevailed; twice -my predecessor .), .. ', ." ., I"; .
to the J'ebeDion,1n the sum oi$6.038,091and'the annual class should demand freedom front assessment,and the have had octaslon to announce the views of this nationin ,
fall undulyon respect to such interference. On both occasions the ..4 ,,'' ,' ., 1iff
., average increase of revenue daring the last four taxes should be so distributed as not to : .:
;. with of 'the four accumulated *ealtn of remonstrance of the United States wa respected, from ; '
years, compared the revenues year the poor, but rather on the S 'S ; } !; tF
=" immediately preceding the rebellion, was $3,633,845. the country. We should look at the national debt Just a deep conviction, on than put, of European govern* '. .;,', .f. t- .
: ; The revenues of the last fiscal :year amounted to IU;- aa it is-not as a national blessing, but as a heavy burden mend, that the system of non-interfereUce and mutual '. .444, .
656,168, and she expenditures to 113,694,728, leaving a on the industry of the country to be discharged abstinence from propagandlsm was the true rule for the !-'l-", s--"6> -
surplus of receipt* over expenditures of$861,430. 'Progress without unnecessary delay.ESTDUTZS two hem phere .- Since those times we have advanced N'g '9.l ..xr.'S' "
has been made in restoring the postal service in in wealth and power.; bat we retain the same purposeto I"; f : .
; Or EXP : DrrUBt leave the nations: Europe to choose their a.
: the Southern States.' The view presented by the own dynast -
Postmaster General against the policy of granting subsidies It is estimated by the Secretary of the treasury thai tea and form their own systems of government. ; i.t '' r',;

t to ocean mail steamship lines upon established the expenditures for the fiscal year ending the 30th of This consistent moderation may justly demand a cor ,\ .
route, and in favor of continuing the present system, June, 1866, will exceed the receipts $112 194947.; :It is re&pondingmodera We should regard it as a ,
; which limits the compensation for ocean service to the gratifyiog, however, to state that it is also estimatedthat great calamity to ourselves, to the cause of good government
', postal earnings, are recomended to the careful consideration the revenue for the year ending the 30th June, and to the peace of the world, should any G !
of Congress. 1867, will exceed the expenditures in the sum of$111. European Power challenge the American people, as it G1i,t.:. tit tti Ls44: V

682,*!18. This amount, or so much as may be deemed were, to the defence of republicanism against foreign .
BYDVCTIOX or ruE KA Tr. sufficient the purpose, may be applied to the reduction Interference. We cannot foresee and are unwilling to

It appears from the report of the Secretary of the of the public debt, which, on the 31st day of Octo- consider what opportunities might pn sent themselves;

Navy that while at the commencement of the present ber, 1865, was $2,nO,8M.'150. Every reduction will diminish what combinations might offer to protect ourselves Is now opening one of the largest Stab j
year, there were in commission 300 vessels ofallolasses the total amount of interest to be paid, and so against designee inimical to our form of government.Tbe .-
and description, armed with 3,000 guns and manned i enlarge the means of still further reductions, until the United States desire to act in tho future as they w
e by 51,000 men, the number of vessels & present in whole shall be liquidated and this as will be seen have ever acted heretofore. They never will be drivep of GOODS, ever offered in this market,ca.:

commission is 117 with 830 guns forces 2.s from the estimates of the Secretary of the Treasury, from that course but by the aggression of European

this prompt reduction of the naval the expenses may be accomplished by: annual payments even with- Powers, and we rely,on the wisdom and justice of listing of
of the government have been largely diminished, anda in a period exceeding thirty year I have faith those Powers to respect the system of non-interference '
number of Teasels, purchased for naval purpose from that we shall do all this within a reasonable time; that which has so long been sanctioned by times and which

,. the merchant marine, have been returned to the peaceful as we have amazed the world by the suppression of a by its good results, has approved, itself to both cout- DRY GOOD.3 IN EVERT VARIETl
pursuit of commerce. Since the suppression of active civil war, which was thought to be beyond the control nents. ,
hostilities onr foreign squadron have been reestablished of any government so we shall equally show the superiority THE BZ1ATIOXS WITH FRANCE SOT EXPUOXED. ;

and consist of vessels much more efficient of our Institutions by the prompt and 'faithful The correspondence between the United States 'and DRESS GOODS,

than those employed on similar service previous to the discharge of our national obligations. France, in reference questions which have become
rebellion., The suggestion for the enlargement of the The Department of Agriculture,under its present dh subjects of discussion between the two I FRENCH 3IERINOES: ,
yards, and especially for the establishment of rection is and utilizing -
navy one accomplishing much in developing will at proper time, be laid before Congress. '
in fresh water for ironclad vessels, is deserving of consideration the vast agricultural capabilities of the country, I : WOOL DELAINES
as II also the recommendation for a different and for information respecting the details of its management I THE PRESKBVA-nOX OF THE CSJOX. ,

location and more ample ground ,for the Naval reference is made to the annual report of tlib When on the organization; of" our government, under the t PRINTS, DOMESTICS,*

Academy. Commissioners. constitution the President the United States delivered I

xrarnuxoocTOTTHX: AXXY. J'OBEIGY HEU.T1OS8. his inaugural address the two houses of Congress. '. ..AND A FULL ASSORT3fENT (
he said to them and through them to the and ?
In the report of the Secretary of War a general summary I have dwelt thus fully on our domestic affairs because country
mankind that the of the
to preservation sacred fire ,el
is given of the military campaigns of 1864 and of their transcendent importance. Under
liberty and the destiny of the republican model of FANCY GOODS
1865, ending in the suppression of armed resistance
to circumstances, our great extent of territory and varie- considered I ,
government are justly as deeply,
the national authority in the insurgent States. The
operations ty producing almost everything that is
staked the
s finally on experiment entrusted to the
of the general administrative bureau of the I necessary for the wants, and even the comforts of man 5 And the house of TRIMMINGS.
7- War Department during the past four are detailed make Americanpeople. Representatives ,
us singularly independent of the varying policyof the voice of *
answered Washington by Madison :-"We
S and an estimate made of the appropriations that foreign Powers, and protects u* against every temp- adore the invisible hand which has led the American
will be required for military purposes in the fiscal:year tation entangling alliances" while at the present BUTTONS
people through so many difficulties to cherish, a con-
commencing the 30th day of Jane,1866. The national moment the re-establishment of harmony, and the I. for ..
scions responsibilities the destiny of
I military force on the lit of May, 1865.numbered best republican
strength that comes from harmony,, will be our More Ulan
liberty. seventy-six years have glided AND BALMORAUJ
1,000,516 men It is proposed to reduce the mWt&1'1ellbUlhment security against "nations who feel power and forget
since these the United
were spoken; States bare
to a peace footing comprehending fifty right." For myself It has been and it will be my con- through trials than ;
passed severer were foreseen
thousand troops of all arms, organized so a*'io admitan stant aim to promote peace and amity with all foreign this in ; CLOTHING
and now, at new epoch our existence as one na-
enlargement by filling up the rank to eighty-two Powers; and I have every reason to believe that they Union .
tion with purified by and
our sorrows, strengbcued
thousand six hundred, if the circumstances of the
without exception are animated by the same died
conflict and established the virtue .
'; country should require an augmentation of the army. position. by by of tfu GENTS FUR0XISHING GOOD
people,the greatness of the occasion invites us once
:' The volunteer force has already been reduced by the
< discharge from service over eight hundred thousand BEHTioxa WITH CHISA. more to repeat, with solemnity. the pledges; of oar
Our relations with the of China fathers to hold ourselves answerable before oat fellowmen -
troops, and the Department proceed1nl.rap1dJr in Emperor so recentin
the work of further reduction. The war Bstimates are their origin, are most friendly. Oar commerce with for the success of the republican form of" govern CAS8IMERES,.
reduced from $ ll1UJ! 131 to $33,814.461, which his dominion is receiving new developments, and it is ment. Experience has proved its sufficiency peace
amount In the opinion of the Department, is adequatefor very pleasing to find that the government ot that and in war ; it has vindicated its authority through TESTINGS,
establishment. The of manifests satisfaction with dangers and afflictions add sudden and terrible emergencies -
peace measure retrenchment great empire our policy, and
f In each bureau and branch of the service exhibita repose just confidence in the fairness which marks our which would have crushed any system that SATINETS, ,
of commendation. intercourse. had been less firmly fixed in the heart of the people.--
diligent economy worthy Refer- FLANNELS EClA.ST
enceis also made in the report to the necessity of BELARUS WITH BCftSU. At the inannnratlon of Washington the foreign: relationsof ,
: the country were few. and its trade was rensessed
providing for a uniform militia system, and to the '
propriety The unbroken between the United States '
harmony by hostile relations; new all the civilized nations .of nOOT > SHOES
; of making suitable provision for wounded and ,
\ and the Emperor of Bnssia is
receiving a new support
disabled officer and soldier the globe welcome our commerce,' and their governments *
from an enterprise desired to carry telegraphic lines profess towards ns amity. Then our country Including all the new stylesofLadies]& ...
:: TUB axis.'reE,. across the continent of Asia,through his dominions, felt its wjy: hesitatingly along an untried path, wth

The revenue system of the country is a subject of and w to connect us with aU Europe by a new channelof States so little bound together by rapid means of communication and Childrens Fancy Laced, Balmorii

vital interest to its honor and prosperity, and should intercourse. Our commerce with South America is as to be hardly known to one another, and ,Polish varieties.
command the earnest consideration of Congress. The about to receive encouragement by a direct line of mail with historic iraditions exteneing over very few rears;
Secretary of the Treasury will lay before you a full and Steamships to the riling empire of Brazil. Tho distinguished -' now intercourse between the States is swift and intimate

detailed report of the receipt and disbursements of party of men of science who have recently ; the experience of centuries has been crowded Handkerchiefs and Hoslerjij,
the last fiscal year,of the first quarter of the present left our country to make scientific exploration of the into a few gen rations, and bascreated an intense jn-
and natural history and rivers and mountain ranges of that destructible Then did great variety.
't fiscal year of the probable receipts expenditures nationality. our Jurisdiction ;
and the estimates region, have received from the Emperor that generous the boundaries
for the other three quarters, for the not reach beyond inconvenient of the
30th June.1866. ,I welcome which was to have been expected nfrom'his which had achieved '
year following the might content territory independence ; now Bonnet and Belt Ribbonsofij
myself with reference to that report, in which you will constant friendship for the United States, and his well through cessions of lands, first colonized by Spain and .
find all the information required for your deliberations known zeal in promoting the advancement1 of knowl France, the country has acquired a more complex: j kinds.
: and decision. But the paramount importance of the edge. A hope is entertained that our commerce with character and has for its natural: limits the chain 'of I ,
subject so presses Itself on my own mind that I cannot the rich and populous countries that border,the Medi- lakes, the Gulf of Mexico, and on the east and westthe I

t I but lay before you my views of the measures which .. terranean sea may be largely increased. two great Oceans. Other nations were wasted by UMBRELLASAND. PARA,< !
:' are required for the good character, and, I might almost Nothing will be wanting on the part of thin govern civil wars for ages before they could establish for themselves -'
; say, for the existence of this people. The life of ment to extend the protection of' our flag over, the :enterprise the necessary degree of unity; the latent conviction H-A.TSAKT3 a republic lie certainly the energy, virtue ,and Intelligence of our fellow-citizens. 'We receive front the that our form of government is the best ever 'r.
of its citizens; ,: good revenue system is the life.of an, organized government worthy of note that a special envoy has brought u* civil war within four years, with a complete vindication = CROCKERY, WOOD
j : I meet you at a time when the nation has message ot condolence on the death of our late ChIef: of the constitutional authority of the general government WILLOW 'WARE.FURNITURE.,
voluntarily burdened itself with a debt unprecedented Magistrate from the Bay Tunis, whose rule includesthe and with our local liberties and State institutions ':, ,

> in our annala., ,VasJaa is it*amount It fades away, old dominion of Carthage, on the African coast. unimpaired. The throngs of emi."raDtshat, '

\ i into nothing when compared with the countless blessings BKULT10XB WITH CXXAT BBTTAIM-THE: ntOFOSFD COX3C8 crowd to our shores are witnesses of the confidence; of ..
that will be conferred upon our country and upon BIOS TO 8ETTU ALL OOIXa DECLdED. all people in our permanence. Here is the great )land PARLOR .
man by ue preservation of the nation's life. Now, on Our domestic contest, now happily ended,' baa left i of free labor,where industry is blessed ,with unexampled k f
the first occasion of the meeting of Congress since the some trades in our relation with one at least 'of the I rewards, and the bread of the workman Is sweet- DINING ROOM;
return of peace, His!of the utmost,Importance to in- great maritime Power The formal accordance of ened by the conciousness the cause of the country -

:;.:' angurate just policy, which shall at once be put in billigerent right to the Insurgent States was nnprece-I l "Is hts own cause,his own safety,his own dignity'* AND CILUIBER SETS,

'it: motion, and which shall commeD4.It&elf to those who. dented and has not been justified by the Here every one enjoys the free use of his faculties and All of which will be sold cheap for e&\\
of come after us for its continuance., We must aim at in the system of neutrality pursued by the rowers the joice of activity as a 'natural right. Here, under ;
nothing less than the complete effacement of the :financial which made that concession, there was a marked dif- I I I the combined influence of a fruitful seat, geniel dimes Merchants from the interior will do

evibflhat necessarily followed a state ,of civil war. ference., The material or war for the insurgent States and happy institutions, population baa increased. ,flf
We must endeavor to apply our earliest remedy to were furnished, in a great measure,from the workshop teen-fold within a century. Hero through: the easy; to'caU and examine my stock before;I

', the deranged state of the currency, and not 'Shrink of Great Britain; and British ships, manned by British development of boundless resources, wealth has Increased ha ling elsewhere.
from devising a policy which, without being oppressive subject, and prepared for receiving British armaments, with two-fold greater rapidity: than numbers :

," ,. to the people, shall Immediatiately begin to effect sailed from the port of Great Britain to make war on 80 that we have become secure against: the financial SLAGEE
,. reduction of the debt, and, if persisted, discharge American commerce under the shelter of a commission vicissitudes of other countries, and. alike in business C

,, fully within a definitely fixed number of year from the Insurgent States These ships having and in opinion, are self-centred and truly innepende'nt.I. .' Jacksonville October 21-tf
< IXTCBS TO A men DISU.' once escaped from British ports,I'ever afterwards entered 1 I I., Here more and more carets given to provide educationfor .
them in every part of the world, to refitand so every one born on our soil.- Here religion released
It i* onr first duty to prepare in earnest for our recovery to renew their depredation The consequences of this from political connection with the civil governmei.t.;refuses NOTICETTO

from the ever increasing evils of an irredeema conduct were most disastrous to the States then in re. to subserve the craft of statesmen,. and become,

tie'paper currency,without sudden revulsion and yet hellion, increasing their desolation and misery by the S, in its independence,the spiritual life of the people. Captains of Vessels ail; Steiner* armnts

without untimely procrastination. For that end we prolongation of our civil contest. It had,., moreover, Here toleration is extended to every.opinion in .the port, we can offer offer A commodious yid
r tNl,. must, each in our respective positions,prepare the way the effect to a great extent, to drive the American ,flag quiet certainty that truth needs only a fair field to 'secure : good warehouse accommodation and ever;.'
-} I hold it the duty of the Executive to insist upon frugality from the sea, and transfer much of our shipping, and the victory. Here the human mind goes forth unshackled will be given them'in loaf hag and dlschaSAVAG".t
la the expenditures, and a sparing economy is in our commerce to the very Power whose ,subjects had in the pursuit science; to collect stores of
itself great national resource- Of the banks to which created such _These events cargoes.
the necessity a change' knowledge: and acquire an ever-increasing mastery Rm E.
.1 authority has been given to issue notes secnredfby bonds took place before I was called to the administration of 'I over the forces of nature. Here the national domain is I Hoegs'Tharf. Jacksonvi>1
of the United States we may require the greatest moderation the government. The sincere desire for peace, by I offered and held in millions of, separate freehold,: so Dee. 9-tf
and prudence, and the law must be rigidly en-
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