Florida union
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Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1865
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00037
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Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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., ADDRI.SO' should have adhered t the Union"nnd others foumitiupon: an injury to a colored are all undeistood to concur in this obvious by the;hand: and ,ever SIne whelncr fn prosperity '

RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION rI-JE. to the btate. person, and in al cases the I meaning of the propcscd amendment, and or adversity, peace'or ,war ha\e- held
For these reasons, I that if I al"ctn- the embrace (.their':: confidence.- A*
repeat shall in :
)IEClA TS. D. S. right ai remedies a colored I i with this understanding, I earnest!}' recommend I me
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX I permitted t administer the Goverment, gentlemen, that this action meets it to your adoption. Congress can only a Lawyer,,ReprescntatiTe..SenHtrtf, Register '

GENERAL GOVERNOR OF l" shall know no distinction between ctizen your approbation, and that you will take enforce, "by appropriate legislation," the Public Lands, and Judge pf th* Supreme

MERCIIAXDINE. OtIA. on account of past political great care, not only not to discriminate in non-existence of slavery. This being done, Court, they have always stood.by}encouraged -

October 2 Jacksonville, Florida. JMirrreil Irfiirt ifte General Atsemily!of the Slat', a Tal18C5. shall take it for granted that ni have done your legislation against the colored race, but their power is exhausted, and "the appiehension I sustained and with their approbation

"URN. B flAltMlti. ClB J VATITZBMl. lalau, ttJll 20th. what the they conceived to be duty under that you shape your'enactnients as to that Congress might under the second more precions than the_ gold of pphir' .f(-

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-- concerning any one presented to' fullest possible right to legislate torthe negro after slavery I Six years ago when they placed me' upon

wiit: O.; JEFFREYS Gtnteme of the Senate and me for positon, ) "Is he hcn st, is he Considering extent ignorance and liability was nbolUhed," "is regarded as qnerulou* and the Bench.of the Supremo. Court I fondly
of ReprcMntatirc: capable, attached to the principles of to be imposed upon I think it would be well unreasonable, because that clause is really hoped my political! days were,numjwml, and

Commission Merchant From the beginning it has been the custom the Constitution of the United States and the for you to provide that they shall be bound restraining in its effects intend of enlarging that the residue of my life was to'IK spert:in

,r in the States of our Union for the Governor Constitution of the State of Florida?" All by no contract to labor, unless the same be the powers of Congress." the citimerlabors ,of judicial invesUraitUUv.But .

,, JACKSONVILLE elect to improve the occasion of his inauguration shall have the equal benefit of the laws, ands reduced to writing and acknowledged before The only other objection I have heard to now the \tornado of civil| discord having

FLA.DIBBLE. by making such remarks as exist Heaven my judge, al shall equally suf--I some Judicial officer, that a speedy remedy the adoption ofthis, amendment, i Is that its swept overtime land,,prostruling efery inter-

ing circumstances might suggest, and by re- infraction fer the keenest penaly the laws for any be to collect their wages, adoption may only be opening'the door to a est, entirely destroying our.labor sy t em,and

.RANKLIN commending adoption of such measures and order shall be and that they recover damages when dismissed demand for new concessions. 3Iv answer i is, uprooting the very foundations of our political -

as the good of the country might require.In maintained.I without good cause. .And on the other that we have no reason to believe that this edifice,they have called n1(,'w111)a'unan

Commission Merchant, compliance' with this lime-honored custom happy to believe that this declaration hand, considering how essential it is to the will be so. It is unfair and ungenerous to imou voice, to preside as GrandMaster, : ut

I now address you. meets with the general approbation of )ur successful cultivation of our greatstaplesthat suppose that the Government is endeavoring the re-building of the temple .

Jacksonville, Fla. By falling to regard the disinterested warn people. Already they have given the most those who engage as laborers should remain I to inveigle ,us. .into the ,adoption of certain My obligations are_the, .more seauMy,}ij.il

; Cash or supplies ings"of the "Father of his country" against gratifying indications that they hold the throughout the whole period service con- : measures, with promise of:i restoration of from the fact that this honor lias heeii conferred -

Produce purchased or.dvanceln t h., New r "the baneful effects of the piri of party,*' andparticularly same opinion with myself on this subject.All .- tracted for, I recommend that a 'iolaton. our rights in the Union, when in fact it does without one wont solicitation' ; with-

t.dtOiOUi. "when geographicalto over the State I hear of citizens; win withaut good cause, of any contrct once not mean to admit us upon the adoption of out the writing of a single letter, or the nicking -

L. n .Za'-P'. .- I to re milb r that "the jealousy ot'a free 'peo 1rmithWdffs-! -geYfl Mg im'tig* Jjpsl- fairly entered into, either by black or white those measures but Intends to make further of a single speech_ ,\'it11Cutpl! : ctge.' a

AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL pIe ought to be conxtantly awake against the : harmoniously, ane in our ConRttutoD !laborers, be ma-lc-a misdemeanor, and fnmn- demands alter the first shall have been ac- platform or a ):iriy.

Commission Merchant, insidious wiles of foreign influence," and by Convention, hefeVli5Hl. ""11, penalties as will prevent quiescd in. Such a suspicion is entirely un- "or this extraordinary manifestation'"ofkindness
I :nvite attention to our relations lliu Vi"n.'tc--r U..!., D.I..,,. ,... and confidence;f wish thuXpublit"Tae
HAY SiKKEl'. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CONSIGNMENTS neglecting, as he recommended, "to frown indignantly gentlemen who had served in the army of now your of1 niasMra 'Pr----- ,_. ,
since the cessation o tiliti s. lIe told us r' &
the United with the Federal Government. fwtUTSWiiexpress \ {
E upon the first dawning of States, and gentlemen woo had But it i* nut in word that "
every from the what would berequired
SOLICITED. attempt "to alienate any portion of our country served in the army of the Confederate States, Thus far our people have manifested {their frankly beginning gratitude. The unremitting and
I of I know hat he told in my
il 1 jiurcuabe for jurties in the country all articles from the ret,('1 to enfeeble the &sacred i sitting side by side, consulting only for the and desire to return to the Union, by doingall July I last the us.adoption of this amendment me utmost efforts of whatever powers merciful

they wish, at the lowest market price.ri titS which now link together the various good the Union, and the State as one of that the Government was understood to God bestow; to secure lu our iJtate as
Oct. :.z-Iy of the United States its members. desire.: They have taken the oath prescribedin would be expected. Our Provisional Governor may members :pf the Federal
tie nearlY the lal
Jac.ounle .., parts"- told us 80 in his speech at Quincy, and one of CO-'q:
five years ago,became involved in the terrific Having spoken of the relations which the prcimaton: of the President, "to I Union all the benefits, and 1 inbrs.urVl -t'
HUC1iLN..j4C1ONVI1.LE other occasionAll the action of the
, T. I civil strile which has but recently end ought to exist, and which, for the most part, support of the United Stites: Ian and good government must attest tht'llcpth
:, IT-L V. do exist and the union of the States thereunder andto Convention was ha.l with a full knowledgeof !
I ed. We now hope that by a strict adherence among the white people of the State, and sincerity ot my thankfulness.
that and in the of
which I now naturally come to speak of the feeligcs abide by and faithfully support laws expectation, adoption requt'sting11 the
COMMISSION DEALER to his advice,"the unity otgovernment al the amendment will but he And now, gentlemen,
which ought to be cherished and the and proclamations which have ? made you completing a in -
constitutes us one people" will again become poTKy people of the State to jt-fm me prayer
<, series of which knew must be
U "dear to us," and that in all future time, we which ought to be pursued, towards our colored cluing the existing rebellion with reference to measures they to Almighty God that lie will contert the
TIMBER, CEDA1:, !1I. LOGS completed to secure to the State all her rights .
have heldan
LDWIC. will regard it as "a main pillar in the edificeofour population. the emancipation slaves. They : weakness and inadequacy I so painfully feel,
kC., member of the Union.
l nLES. LATHS real independence, the support of our 1 think we arc bound by considera- election, under the proclamation of the fs a into strength and competencyfor the[ good of
IX every The new demand which I am informed l
Provisional members of State
Governor for
Mill Mathinery. tranqnlity at home our peace abroad, of our tion of duty, ;gratitude, and interest, to make Convention. That Convention, has annulled a some fs.-ar will be made is that ot negro suffrage. -. my country, and that lie will, of HM abundant -

Saw Jacksonville Fla.CALUWELL safety, of our prosperity, of that very)' liberty these people as enlightened, prosperous and It has I am satisfied that this demand will mercy, bless our State and OUT whole

\ <).US-3ui w c so highly prize." happy as their now situation wi admit. the ordinance eccsion. repudiatIed never be made by the President. I. thereis land I bring these remarks tn chme.. ,.'
all debts contracted the State since the
I ,\.nonius. To repair the waste of war; to restore the I For generations past they been our : by is '
date of the seCo5iimn. It has declared that any one thing that he more pledged to .- __ .-- ::'tI'RO'EEDI
State to proper relations with the i faithful, contented and happy slaves. They than another it i is
tar that )allowing each Stateto
. TO BREWER CALDWELL, who slaves free. LF.tl'TSktTIRt
all tho wfre arc now 01THE
fCCE6"U. 4 Lnion; to bring about an era of good feeling hne been attached to our p"ersona"'K>K! our ( I "prescribe the qualification electors andeligibility XS
has lto them all the CouiK It .
COTTON: FACTORS AND GEECmllSSIX iin-i fratern ty; to re establish the government fortunes, sharing with us all our feelings opened of persons to hold oltci under the OF FLORIDA.SENATK. -

MERCHANTS.2O on the principles of the Constitution) and to rejoicing with us in our prosperity mourning admitted them o'witnesses in al in cases shoit in Constitution and laws; of the: Stale-a power, ,

perpetuate our unity by fcecurjng that with us in our adversity. there were which they! are ilterCtet. MONDAY, December 13.h isa:.. ..
"VorK. I al I have left which (which he say,) the people) of the several
Old Slip. Ne\ makes it desirable, are now objects primary exceptions to this general they were they : the nothing Government U1loDe to desire. theyunolerstood ., States composing the Federal Union have fcein- the day fixed by the CoBrtltntUia oft'-w

I -. $. CAW1nLL 1 M. C. MOU1.1S, JR. desire with all patriotic and honest men, pnly individual exceptions. Every Southernman At the conclusion of the session of the rightfully exercised from the origin of the State This c'1 North and South, East and ".c t who hears me knows( that what I say Government to the present time." This is was called to order at 12 oMockJL, by F. L.IU' -

August 5 __ '_n' _._. j But it i is more particularly of our duties as is literally true in regard;: to the vast mn s of; Convention who our much esteemed the President ProvisionalGoveinor andso I the language used and the position taken by piue. 5retary of present.the List on S modo'. on., 'onI Abo-rcrolU-: I
-- citizens of Florida th. t I would speak. our colored jwpulation. The world has represents A Qnornm bclng
him in proclamation the first called to the chair.
confidence well organizing Ir. White \u&
his )
CIIAS. A. :.\IllIIILD, And in thf first place,as we are now renewing never before seen such a body slaves. For, dcseivcdly of possesses before as that Provisional Government in North Carolina.On bie On mOlion,the Senate We'llt iuto :ui t-lrctCt ft'rr.ec-

DEALER IN our relations of friendship and union not only in peace, but in war, they have bell as that and our said people"I appeared the third of October last, he said, "Our retary ct tbeSt nate. du1y lc"t"\1, tlC't"r.brr. of the' .

GENERAL DRY GOODS with the States of the Xoith, let us be particular faithful to us. During much of the time of the body initiation: of congratulate labors. The you resultof upon only safety lies in allowing! each State to control Senate.)Ir. olliug Bnk.r' 'w& .

lERCRAXIISE to abolish all points difference among the late unhappy difficulties, Florida had a your the rig.it of voting by its own laws and Mt.ClAwfonl moved that the 1'e1ur.f of the SeuatrappoTntsucirassiBtantcWksajnre -
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ETC. ETC. merits and receives entire -
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, tlH'1 my approbation necf *ry to;
ourselves. the late unhappy con- number of men in the
During greater army uCJ'ollher Provisional citiZen in his message to Congress, which we imavejust
a the
JadtontUle, ria. flict some of known as Union men limits, than constituted her entire voting : as G.iveror.s transact the l.uMnes .
Street us were ,
Bay of the State, I approveof nearly all that received, he stands firmly, fairly and 011 motion the Senate went into an,.election for Sergeant

ORDERS TROMPTLY ATTENDED TO some as 'Constitutional Secessionists, and population. This of couise stripped many you have done. Speaking, however, merely squarely up to his original position.Nor at arms._ Adopted.S __. .T.1_ _' A'_,' I :
others as Revolutionists. A glorious opportunity districts their entire arms-bearing inhabitants do I think that this uniust- demand J. '\. Bla"-k wu u-'ar'-
-tf I as anv other citizen, I confess that some of went law an election for Mes-
9 is to fEn away those and left our females and infant child motion toe
llmbr now afforded .,ion I could have to have will ever be made by Congress. I think the '
names: and with them the strifes they have ren almost exclusively to the protection of your :" preferred position of the President will be sustained. senger.Thomas was declared duly elected. '
But (Jorernnr Mr
B. B. ANDREWS, and to meet brethren oughtto our slaves.: They proved true to their been dil'rent (, as Prorixlonnl senate went into an electlon'for I>.-
engendered, as trust lain ( with have done. The recent vote in Connecticut and Wisconsin On mo-ion the .
ATTORNEY A'I COUNSELLOR AT LAW meet, upon the platform of the Constitu- Not one instance ofnsul, outrage, or indignity You r nfirt.l everything 1clft1/OI official expressly repudiating negro' uffrage-to- keeper. declared duly elected., -
my White wa
FLA.OJiaHoeg'8 ton which our fathers made for us in 1787. has ever my knowledge. They han I asked to do. I nsked gether with the fact that it is allowed in only Yr.On motion of Mr. Abercrombie,the senate adjourue. I

0 JACKSONVILLE, If I shall be permitted to administer the government remained at home and made provisions for capacity; but what was you right. You have done a few States of the Union, and in those few until 10 o'clock to-icorrow morning.

Block, tf tween account of last political sons to the and there too, pro\ed tl that a Congress Northern men Tbe Hooo of Representatives was
' &.2 differences. 01 their fidelity, them when well, regard (to r.iro testimony receives my especial 12 o'clock M.. by Dr. WiU am F. By Dum,former C1er .
-'-- --- attending will to admit it.while it
--- commendation. You have ma the issuefairh' compel us they reject Mr. Bamt moved that tbe Son. Joseph John Williams -
tlIEE. I will not condemn the Union becauseI nursingand caring for them whrn sick and chair for the oforgmizing .
C. P. t'PEI. 1. men, and fully and have done all that could themselves. To do so would be to assert be requested to take the purpose
COOPER BISREE, know from experience how completely the wounded. We al know that many of them have been desired., The Conventions of oth- I that: many generations of freedom liave not the House ;
d love of the Union becomes a part of our were willing, some of them anxious to the few in their Which was azreed W. _
L.AW very States have evaded it by transfering it to I I Ii qualified negroes, midst to motifii of Mr.Coulter the House proceeded to -
er On
ATT011X15YH AT existence, and how it is endeared to us by a take up! arms in our cause. Although, cir their 1 1(1 i"iutnrC'I! hope they will be successful -I vote,.while as many generations of slavery the ele(.ti(n tfSp( keT. W1 t'h '
thousand glorious recollections, and as many several )'car within sound of the guns of the i I have qualified our millions. Mr.Joseph John WLlUma of Leon was declared duly -
but feel that the
JACKSXYLFI' vessels of the United States for six hundred and prosperous, action I,' ele'cteU Speaker the-Hotw Reprewntatlte!
brilliant I know that the ,
anticipations. Butiupp oseJor the sake of the
Summit' Ill"cL otFtp'i'la, so accordance: with I argument I. upoakiDg.theeIJslfrle..t'1f***-
O.ffi.SxAMUrY1 ,. of Florida's greatest and most renowned citiZen njiles along our seaboard, yet scarcely one in fully .I that Congress should maker this demand : The 8peaur; tOme memben oftheitons
,"*" *" *"> the wishes of the President, will place' her in I dress returned b thankS '
Sptmbedf -,- was literally broken by the severance of a thousani'voluntarily left our agricultural than their's. With such what then ? Still I say we will be in a better rorthehono. n POU 111m.' 'i. .: :

the Union. service to take shelter and freedom under the a better situation have there a position by lu\\"ing.uclopted the amend- The HouseC'jIr7pedennoainated"DrrWm.thpoqedCd .:ctectlon.",of'fi tl4.f I% .' _

A DOGE PUBLIC, Nor will I condemn the ConstitutiomiSecessionist flag of the Union. It is not their fault that be Constitution no reason as to you doubt the adopted admission of yourUeprecntath'es can ment. We will lure done all"that the President ."Forsythe,. .)ynan !of :

ATTO'RNEY AT LAW, ALSO NOTARY because I know that, though he they are free-they had nothing to do withit and Senators into the Con- i desired us to do, and to 1 far: us the Executive Suwannee C"mU1. '- t
< his side of the that was hi ought about by "the results no oilier nomination, 011 motion. Mr. I
FLA.. differed from me, question was ; United States." Department is concerned we may be There being
of the acclamation. '
elected by
JACKOJv. by if not unanswerable and operations of tha war. gress considered in the Union and entitled to Bvnnm was declared-
cOIneCted with notingud supported arguments, Thus we have: the endorsemr-nt of the Government as Mr. Coulter movf'El that the Chief Clerk of the Honse
will attend t aU matters, kC. Ofc\mprn ') at resi.denee. yet of great plausibility, and by the au- But they are free. They are no longerour itself upon the action of our Convention the enjoyment of all its blessings. for the of Representatives be and he Is hereby' authorized-to

extending. prtsts 6m thom ity of many of the greatest names that contented and happy slaves, with an that ''they have done all that could President most feelingly says, "If I know appoint two assistant clerks r

September 23 -- this country has ever produced.Nor abundant supply- of food and clothing for have been, desired: and,in the right. spirit, my own heart and every passion which enters Which Mr.D.wisagreed C._vi_.-. Jr..to.; _.. w..=__.._-.,. o.---,.u..u: ? M-..__..
" ------;---------------- yetwill I condemn the Hevolutonist themselves and families, and the intelligence Yes, gentlemen, the Convention did all it, it is my desire to restore the blessings Mr. W. W, McGrifT was elected Enrolling Clerk.

: ACIBALD". B.A for I know that he, though originaly opposed of a superior race to look ahead and make all that it could do. And now one thing re- of the Union, and tic up and heal every bleeding Mr R L. Brute WIUI ejected Recording Clerk.'
AT LAW, secession went into after wound which has been caused the Mr" O. W. Floyd wsy*elected Messenger.
ATTORNEY to necessary"; arrangements for their comfort. mains for the Legislature to do, which the by Mr. J. H. Rhodes was-elected-SerReant-at.Arms.
GAL'JT' FLOEJDA. the fact was done, upon the conviction thatit They are now a discontented and unhappy Convention could not do, and that is to ratify fiatricidal war." We may then reasonably Mr. G. A. Bowen was elected Door Keeper., .

attend promptly all bnsinePB intnmcd to his was no longer an open question, and thatit people, many of them houseless and homeless, the proposed amendment to the Constitutionof hope that ere long martial law will cease to Mr.Maxwell moved that committee of three l>e appointed

care.Will "t July 29-of was the duty*>f every man to stand or fall roaming about in gangs WCl the land not the United States, which reads as follows: prevail in our State, that civil law will be to U inform now organized the Senate and that ready the Hones to proceed,of Representatives tobusinew -

: with his own section. knowing one day were the supplies fof the "Fir 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary fully restored and the authority and jurisdiction ,and that the commtttea be a part of a

- GILLIS In fact the great questions connected with next are to come from-exposed to the ravages servitude, except as a punishment for a crime, of the State Government entirely rein- I joint committee with a similar, OIW ttee.tohf', :, 'a|'-

c. the integrity of the Union were, before the disease and famine-exposed to the whereof the party shall have been) duly convicted stated. pointed by the Senate hhn to waifupca of :the organization,the Provisional and

ATTORNEY AT LAW war, so unsettled, and the opinions of great temptations of theft and robbery, by which shall exist within the Unitul States, If Congress shall unexpectedly refuse to Governor re&dmes and to receive inform any communication he- may 1*

men 8 varied, that it required a man great- they are too often overcome-without the intelligence or place subject to their jurisdiction.- admit our Senators and Rcprtsenative. be- I Dlejsed to make; '

JACKSONVILLE, FLA superior to myself to say with certainty to provide for themselves when Second.any And Congress shall have power to cause we have not allowed negro suffrage, I Which was agreed said, and conttnlttee Messrs;X&xwell f Bro' ni 4
I ,
who was right and who was wrong. Seeing well, or to care for themselves when sick, enforce this article bj' appropriate legislation" we must then, without manifesting any undue -'I and Mr.Erwin.Maxwel appointed moved that the Ser-eapt-at-A/msb*.required -

JAMES XI. BAKER, thedifTerent luminaries which guided our and doomed to untold sufferings and ultimate I impatience, wait until Congress, shall I to furnish the House with Stationery &c..an t

.: people, 1 am not astonished that the very extinction,unless we intervene tl' their i I cannot better give the reasons why think better of the matter. The justice ot I that she ClerMurnish each member with afi-opy or the.
'ATTORNEY AT LAW best men in our land were found arrayed in protection and preservation. Wi it ? this amendment should be adopted and, at our cause, the influence of the President, I( con Which stye tioi and agreed journals to. of the UsfcontentTon. n ;

FLA.iff opposing ranks. I I repeat, we are bound to do it, every consideration the same time, the true meaning of the second and the good senile and I patriotism ol the na- Mr Krokaw was moved that a committee' be' PpuID-. ,!

JACKSONVILLE, I need not enumerate the host of great of duty, gratitude and interest. I claitee thereof than by repeating to you a tion cannot fail to give ts: our representation I tfWect a CUi-lain for this HouseWhichnasaRreedto. MesarLt- -

Office at Mrs. Hendersons. Nov 18 Ginp men who with the immortal Clay for which iii the end. S 1 _and Brokavr; Dlt!_
sto Much has been said of late about the importation poition of correspondence recentlytoick appointed said committee -
the the Union and against the the President and the Of course we coult never accede to the and Luati the rules or the ,
NOTICE. of white label from Germany, Ireland place between Mr. Barrett moved that t Ron**
doctrine of secession.The Italy, and other countries, and with Provisional: Governor of South Carol inn.in demand for negro suffrage,should it be made. be adopted for tte government of the Iknuo until II.w

: limitations restrictions I in the 28th of October last the Piesidenttclcgrnphed We have manifested tint: our loyalty and rules uro adopted; .
VAUGHN logic of events has proved that theywere proper : am ( agreed to. : '
1 ml desire to renew our relations with the 'Union Whirr was
right. But among those who held the iavorof it; but let always remember that to the Governor, as follons: Mr. Maxwell moved hat a commitWe of five >? I&p.
Physician Surgeon, contrary doctrine, thata, State might secede we have f laboring class of our own which i is "i: hope your Legislature will have no hesitation are &o great that to do so we arc willing to pointed by the Speaker to contract for the necessary
Office Sammis' Il.ock with Pro Up on. It is sufficient in the amendment to the I yield everything but our honor and our conscienc'es. printing"thi..h may be required for tlda House ;
i fiom the Union without an infraction of the entitled to the preference. not adopting to, and Messrs. Maxwell Dkki
We have lost h of Which was agreed
mu us
OcL 7.-tf.13It. Federal Constitution, we find the names of to say that white labor is cheaper. I trust Cons'itution of the United States abolishing all all but honor. Let many son. CoulterMoseley and Fife appointed said cornmittee .,
-- such men as Mr. Ilawle, a distinguished law- we are not yet so degraded as to consult slavery. It will set an example which will no our our us preserve ; ". r ;.
GEO. E. McPIIlSKJsOlsf.Physician of Pennsylvania, to whom Gen. WashingtOn interest alone. But interest alone would. doubt be followed by the other States, and I that, though we lose everything; else.Yc Mr. GEe moved that the Clerk procure for Ike use of
yer of the rules of the la*t .sawimi
: have been able tn.I'11 hones and conscientious the louse 100 copies :.
and Surgeon. more than once tendered the office of dictate that it better to give these people place South Carolina in a most favorable attitude W.ichvu agreed to. ., .
all l be, done
tit! has
consent to '
of Ocean and Forej'the street former Attorney General of the United States, John employment, and enable them to support before the nation. I trurf in God that :: n Mr. Pfden moved that the committee on Priming b*

Residence Offic corner Reed.Esq. Novi 3rap' !Randolph, of Roanokc? Nathaniel Macon: of themselves, than have them remain upon our it will be done. The nation and State will but each osiu of us knows tlu.t we could not instructed to agree that the printing of the Hrmoe.
o A1 ceiuin,time.
honest conscientious
give an ora as-_ hall be lone within a
North Carolina, -Mr. uamoun, 0 south uaro- hands as a pauper race; for here they are, then be left free and untranuneled to take --\:hichas agreed to. "

Dr. J. A. H TODD. 1 lina, P. P. Barbour, a late Justice of the Su- and here for weal or woe, they are obliged that course which sound policy, wisdom and sent to negro suffrage. There is not one of Oa motion,tbe following Howe officers were sworn

II AB removed to Jacksonville,Fla...?nd will continue 'j jII me Court of the United States, JudfecMcKean to stay. We must remember that these humanity i may suggest." u.s that would( not ted that he was doing bv E. M. West Justice of the Peace'j .
in all its branches. pn :11 and bartering his self-respect, his Thompkins,John W. M one.Djvia,At :Wil
of profession wrong J.
the practice natives of this and the President telegraphed
b. la\c Chiefjusticc of Supreme black people arc country Three days: subsequently[ -
\ a ,
W. Floyd. J. H. Rhodes,
Office and Rooms. Up stairs in C. Nichol Buiding. conscience, and his duty to his country andto Ion, J. W. McGnff G. and
Governor follows ,
I Court of Pennsylvania.Those have a right to be the recipients to the as : : '
Bay Street, where he may b found at bour UDlel4 pre-emption the Union itself for the benefits he might Goo. A.Bowen- t
: engaged. whatever favors we may have to bcttov.We "' here i is deep interest felt as to what Oa motion of Mr. Haddock the Hon,ft adJ..nru.\
) who advocated the of revoluliona
professionally right hope to obtain by getting back into the Un. M.'to "
will take in ,- until 12 o'clock
Sept23-Gm must protect them, ifnot against the com course the Legislature regard t '
the k ot Mr. Webster :
quoted rcmal ion. Much I have the Union
as worshipped
"-1-- -1 L-1 -
--- the amendment of }
of the Con-
""" rate against the exactions the adoption
that "a bargain broken on one side was broken petition any and much as I would rejoice to see State TUESDAY,December,19th, 1863. : .
Hotel United States slavery my .
: The Jacksonville white immigranls. They will expect our stitution bf the abolishing I
that if the North should SMr.FuegaflmOvedthat
House.) ou alside8.nnd of *debt created once more a recognize member thereof, yetit Senate met a quorum present ,
known the Florida black laborers to do as much work in this and the assumption to ; .'
(formerly a : in regard to the rendition Mr. While -
not obey is better a thousand times better, that she .be a _
been thoroughly repaired and newly tr. slaves the South would no. climate as they have been accustomed to see aid in the rebellion against the government I I 'u tens-adopted. ,. ? : .' ,
fugitive should remain of tha Union rr fr
y I out t-\-en nsoncot'her '
HAVING!, is now Open lor the accommodation of tQ the Mr. Grce- white ones perform in more Northern; lati,. of the United Stall'I trust in God Umi the- I Mesirn. Abercrmbie,Pearce and,Wbltphur.-tr ,
travelling publiC longer be bound by compact" I tudes. Wo know that they) cannot do it.- I restoration of the Union will not be defeated subjugated provinces than go back I I appointed a committee to contract forthe Seoit* ";.'
HADDOCK then a great loader of Northern "eviscerated of her manhood. of ., ,
DRYSDALE' ley as now, despoiled .
1 *% \f\-wi/ 5.
They never did itfor us :slaves, and the experience and all that has so far been well done, thrown I { i '
that "he could Abercromtie, Gorrie andHravarAAwprft 5.-
l'rlretor. paid not
Oct. 14-tf sentiment, had sec her honor, recreant to her duty-without her Messrs. i -
of the 1 last six months shows that I still have faith that all will come to info.111 the,nftq.
of could away. pointed a committee t's*nstf th*!&a?
how millions people rightfully and of iihout the
, twenty self-respect course respect -I
they will do no better :freedmen.. Our out right yet.. This opportunity ought to be I ate wail organized and leady to prtvxtt v i>Wi>ina* '
I M. MYRELL hold ten or even five in a Union withtUU the balance of mankind miserable '
: j F. and appreciated by the of : -a The commjitee appoJatwpu on. th* Provisional
fathers of 178:3: knew that it taken live black understood peopleof
Steamboat and Ship Agent, by military force"; and again, "that if Slates. If I know thing with the seeds of moral and political I Oovereor reported.w t ja': we x; W ed .or hiaFjwlleiuT
men to do the work of three white ones, and the Southern mv own the PnTnlo1jQyenlor..-
or eight States should send agents toWashington death in herself, soon to be cummunicaf#<\ I the
:1 1 CommiMlon General rorwardinxrM12XtCMA.lVT sven of consequently, in adjusting the apportionmentof heart, and every passion which enters it, it S1)11ate that ho bad t1'cui4munieatioQ. to Dlak. f to the
to 'we want to get out all her (ltc"J'
Aa gay at this tbue
taxes the bases of the labor and industry i b desire to restore the blessings of the tatate "
my I
: the Union" heshould feel constrained by his upon and henl If time allowed!,would liUentfwtQspeak Mr. Kenan introduced a preambled and' resolution
1 Street. Savannah, Georgia. devotion to human rights to say, let them of the country, eleven of the thirteen Union, and tie up every bleeding of what-provision ousLtJUytie made for' ouipoorandqrj.hQSewhohave '.I asking the President of the United< State*: to oxtend
Dy Confederation recommended wound which has been caused by the fratricidal clemency to John u.Gee,:of
States of the old Executive Florida.
I second door West of A. Low 1 Co.) In this connection he also quoted the been disabled ,
( ;
go. IX, none :
Let us be guided by love and Adopted y eaa nays
\ M AB nnMrpasaed facilities,(in connection with Steam Declaration Independence, that "Govern that every f'e blacks bo counted as only war. and union and luiy rrmade widows and )'.the .late I M&1:1 .Brevard.Ftnegan and Crawford were ap.
i n boat, Ship and Railroad* and Adams Express Co..) ments arc instituted for the benefit of the three. The Rme'rule was afterwards adopted wisdom from on high, peace war and upon our fin ,(.ia1.editcn ional and pointed committee. to prepare permanent IT to fof the -

for forwarding. form of Government in the Constitution of 1787 in regard to will once more reign throughout the isuct"To 'internal But to do Senate. .. _ :
and that when improvement systems.
Bun TO-Hunter& Gammell Bell, Wylly& Cr. governed: any But I fear those who these telegraphic dispatches the Provisional i. A committee of the House appeared at tie :b&r,, 'and
tian, Barannab Ga. Oeo. F. Ja'klon. fr C. .. becomes destructive of th's ends, it representation. may Governor replied other so, would protract rny remarks to an inconvenient nourled the senate that the house was ready-to unite
W. A. E. C. Legjell Macon. alter abolishit migrte from Europe or elsewhere, ,.8mong I: most therefore make convention and canvass ibe for
Darts, Augusta Ju. 1 C. is the right of the people to or length. in joint votes Governor
S P. DeL will be unmindful of this fact. We ought things, that 'there wa it > objection to the A-' -
I B.M. AU.at institute &c. what I have to on these and other points ,&no. Lieut.Governfe *; "
and new ,
government say
V.r to a ,
Darlen. J. &Co. L. of the -t amendment to the
the senU
Samb not to forget and between foreign and adoption propa Oa motion, "proceeded,t the milof'th.
i ( Fla. Te&sdalekB.eadH.J. Mr. Lincoln prior to his ,election, had acknowledged i. the subjects special messages I shall at -,,_ S
.Jac loDie. black labor ought always to give the -\'Federal Constitution except an apprehension House. _,' < f- '
Cart, Falatka,F Oct -rap this prncple. with the addition, preference under the section of all times seek a free interchange of opinionswith The senate haying returned to s a..lreb.bor..K.

_ _- --- that not only a any pait of n people to the latter when nve can possibly thai Congress might, you, deeming it important to. ,the wel Gorrie Abeicrombie and Poe were appoiuMtd a -coo
make it available. And if we can offer suificicut '! that amendment, claim the right to legislatefor of the State that ,mittee to wait on the Lieutenant Governoraad,ea*
numbers make fare good
being sufficient in to a after abolished." understandingand : at what time he wilt b*,ready t -,
quire guaJ1i)
M. C.ATTORNEY. inducements, I am inclined to think the negro slavery was 'shall .t
Denn1IIL respectable government, might set up forthemfelc. the State \ cordial relations e clst between the The senate took a recess until 4tf P.If, .;'. .
AT LAW Mr. Tyler, a late President of that the black man, as a field laborer in our I I To this Secretary replied on Executive and Legislative Departments of At 4>i P.M.. the senate resumed,its sestton.:, .
of climate, will prove more efficient than tIe I the Gth of November, stating, among other Mr;Gorrie reported that Usutaat1o '
Stales, held to the,doctrine secession the governmentAnd '
white. 'I I things, as follows : would be ready to take the oath at, *ny that that toe
OCALA, FLORIDA. arid Buchanan, the then President -i. imported I "The ibjection \whiicimyoti mention to the in this connection,it U proper to,say, senate should determine. : v -

Will attend promptly to. all bu.lne entrusted to bis of the United States, said, just beforetkccommenCenlent We ought to encourage our colored peopleto last clrtUM3 6'.'tbe constitutional amendment tliat I shall deem it my duty,as the represent Messrs.Gorrie, Baker aud Evans:wer*' .P'POiDi a
care. of the war, that while he virtue and industry, by all the means in : tative of the State; and it will be In perfect committee to act with a similar committee of 4h.House

Dee.l6tfDIARIES thought State had no right to leavethie our power. We ought to protect them !: j is because i'egardil Ib-as<,is.querulous'clause really and restraining unreasonable its, accord with my feelings, to ,cultivate the Governor to makemeDta elect. 'for the- :-inauguratioo'" o'_Jh.

Union, yet if she should leave i, the rt-main- al their rights, both 'of person and property, effect instead of enlarging the of Congress3. friendship and invite confidence and cooperation ': Lieutenant Governor W.,W.J.Kyxt.T S thefl' &BCian4
p FOR 1866. do'the whites. power of the Provisional before the senate and the oath of office. .
lug Slates would' have,no righ to cocrcherretur. ; fully as we The President considers the acceptance Governor, and wxa,
recent State tered to him by Judge Waylea Baker.' ; '
This is the view taken by our of the gentlemen of the of United
the S
and other Tables. Hem army. .
& pOXTAIKISO the Iterenn of amendment by South Carolina as ) .Abercrombie.Flnegan aid Bakeri mr*: _
If orandnm Books of every kind The Ltfsof CNr these,various and conflicting views, Convention. :After recognizing the fact that )indispcnsibie() restoration of her relations States,'who are stationed amongst ,They a committee conduct the'Lleutaaaat. .Governor .

!i )L Hapoleon, and other new works and stationary supported by,the highest authority, it t.is. 'they arefrec, and declaring that slavery shall with the,other Statesof the .U nion.!'-, are our fellow-citizens and the,officers or our to President's seat. :' ;* .
For ssa iy DREW. OAK. "should have be- nevertcreafiereXist in State, they pro. 'government, on duty here, :not to irritate Upon asaumlnjtte chair;the. ,Ueotenajitj Goremor
no people
D, Jc O. ars'Ajrentaforth sale et 8lnea wondeMha ou of { addressed the senate .;-> ;'t':
the Courts Justice : The the United .States,-fcthe j t tOn *
Now price that forbidden" by ceed to open.to'themnll and oppress abut to assist preserving or-
I MacMnfs. Mid offer the same attbe Yor come bwldct.or being motion the senate adjourned'um
,t Tformbor 11- the stres *- remain-neutral, some- I and admit them witnesses "in an criminalproceeding, Attorney General, and the S Secretary State, er daring our.transltion: state,arid 'to 'con., nornlag it 10 o'clock' ., ',. ,

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We understand that Mr.,Yulee has written i ..V Judge.James,Pawklna., VV V At the tlon aklngthe Prldo' to. exV <,j V 3IAKI.VEII.IST." -
V Florida, -
: ; lit*. @orid uio False issues generally defeathe" .best of hail[ of ; clemency Joh -
; a letter to a distinguished gentleman at Tallahassee -. Marvin, ,Dysl. -
men. Judge Dawkins was defeated in this TAOIiONV1LL
,, denying that he wrote a letter in"1B64 and of Leon,Barrett and McKIonon were
the'false issue i
circuit Long that
I Judge on I
... : Speaker,a Committee to wait on the Vi
: .' .. JACKSONVILLE'R. DEC. 30, 1865. to General Q. A. Gillrnore, asking'per- he wasln.favorofjiegro suffrage. which .is !! ernor.The Governor elect, and inform them .i;: .Arie. -

4 .. ? .. mission to take the arnuestyoathandto? be untrue- V VV ,_ Dec.'IS-Seir. Mar Jan. New 'York
4. We that-he be put'on' the Bureme lature io morrow morning, 10 o'clock. Mds. & '
hope may
restored to his rights as a-citizen of the 'United wit t.oh S
Justice ; SENATE. Wass,Kew
bench in the of the noble Fork md
place Irne
r J. ]to STICKHET. Editor tod Proprietor. \l'1- '. > hert F. 2Brg wit t
States. It would be very' inconsiderate ed Judge Forward.-Gainesville, New oath to DAY, Dec.2.-h: 18C5. .
STEELE. Associate Editor. for Mr. Yulcc to hare'done.so,,for about that Dec. 1CW. V { -sive : a quorum present. De passenjrei; i to John Oet. Iga. ie. mJ
HOLMES on Chaplain for the senators reported Dec 27.. W. Jonet
Stop ,
Growley Lake
time hc'wrotc' to 'the, Confederate' General .* J "*-- the Rev.Orson Branch. with master. George.
4 \ "
I = P1JBLISDEIUI ANN01YNEMEl'T.In ; Ross, giving his firm adticsion to the South- Editorial Correspondence. send on Printing reported that they bad De n-tar.8 ..at Angastine, md*.
with Han and Shober-which report an
in- FLA. Dec. passenger :
w order to make room for.itie rapidly Confederacy, TALLAHASSEE, IB6 to t' .S Qrte.D.2tur. ,

creasing demands of his advertising patrons; But here are the facts about which there V Dear Union:-After averyweanisome ride, this j announced the the V ailUng emte m au/puapcn t John S.Sammls SnD e tc:
-, upon the space which he wisties to preserve can ben6 dispute. A short time before the unmarked by any events worthy notice, we 'will',be frm Hal of the Hous lose t participate ad loyied i te mds. and per,t Joh Be.. Sammij King, Sn C. i.

subscribers reached the Capitol about 7 1-2 p. m. this (le .
permanently for the benefit of his battle of Olustce, Hon. S. L. Burritt obtained terest Mr. Brevard. was accept ; CICUdd.V

the Publisher of the UNION-respectfully) announces permission from the commanding General to day.We ,V I 1 manding proceeded to the Hal concluded of the House., the Dec.IS-Stnir. Loyalist,Hoffman.;Darlen, mute.
and House had for the inauguration 8-Ray.Ray.2r wY. ,
that with the next issue, or as soon communicate with persons within the Confederate found the Senate directed. and on motion adjourned until 1 Dc.De.l9BgJ4. Jane, Haglctotr,Bar Port 1. AI.,Joh.
thereafter as. practicable-as he is only wait- others Mr.\ Yulee for already organized, and now ready for'earn- morning. 8. Go.
lines, among / Much HOUSE.. Dec.26-Stair. Helen Getty. Ingraham, Savannah.
in the arrival of materials already purchased ; the avowed purpose of inducing them to cm- est business. A quorum being present, on eering is ,pursuant to adjournment John 8.SammIa &Co.
his by the addition Monday the Senate organized at the usual Senators .J. E. DuBose. Dec.2f- chr.Electric Spark Taber, NeW ,
will of Am-
: -he enlarge paper brace the President's proclamation of Drew t!r l
noUce their
intention in
to -
""" of another column to its pages, and by. nesty. After communicating with Mr. Yu- hour, by appointing Mr. G. I WHITE, of seems to gave Lit.of Veusel* In Port

making it about the width ofa column Ion- lee, Judge Burritt again appealed to General Jackson County, President po tern, and then T the different the following otcer resolution connected:with Brig:Irene trW, loading, NueYt of.aktnTUe. Alsop

increased necessary proceeded to the election its Secretary, of the State, Capitol,be request Schr.Elizabeth,Edwards, Smih, ldg.Sew
V ger. To meet the expense Gillmore, saying Mr. Yulee desired to take Dear their offices and keep them open dur F. Db .. York
to enable him to do this, the continued I the amnesty oath, but General Gillmore could and other officers; which resulted a fol cation sitting V of the Legislature ; :Oliver romwell.Eldridge.discharging..Momv
Schr.yiy, (British)BettelenJ, loading, Nissan
high price of labor, as wall as of all kinds of I not grant the request for the reason that :Mr. lows : Secretary of the Senate, Mr. BOLIXO at the moved that a committee of three be ap Bettelini/ V V P.

him to advance BAKER, of Leon, elected over Mr. C. H. upon the senate and Inor them tha Schr. Advance, .(British) Fisher, loading. Green
material will compell Yulee in the amnes- ,By
printers was one of the excepted session and ready proceed to thet Ture Ke 1L.Clark.
the subscription price, which is very ty proclamation. This transaction was as SMITH, Madison. Mr. BUCK, was elected Houses, the Governor. t .! ,repairing. V tSehrWiUcrk. *
low, to three dollars per annum, or two dollars public and notorious as the occupation of Seargeant-at-arms; Mr. TnoiAs, :Messenger ; perceive Erwin to,appointed and MC8r.said Maxwell.commit tee.Peeler Schr. 'Utn.:waiting.waiting crew.

.. '. for six months, commenceing with the Jacksonville by the U. S.Forces. Col. John and Mr.J. WHITE, Door Keeper. tant ; appointed that the House to wait upon in session the senate and Sailed. V
next number. By the devotion of 'more Hay, President Lincoln's private secretary, By resolution, the Senate agreed to leave hough t the Inauguration of tho Governor, Dec Dec.27-Stm1..Hattie,Mixer,Etr., "
of its Clerks to the Secre- that had their 2st' Wyomg PQ
the appointment they performed
time and attention, on the part of the EditnrR then present, made an official report of the sills, discharged. J Dec. ,Ward,Fernd. '.
ta 28-8Cbr Lily, Jones, .
ry.__ Dc. ]
arrived agreed the House D
which the *-* T.u i. upon by
---- to-- matters--- .. of local interest,. proceeding to the Executive Department. To-day the vote tor uovernor ana Lleuw- placed of the Governor elect

prospect of ah.early resumption of her constitutional nant GO'ctor. was canvassed; and the Hon. In Inaugraton, senat entered the Hall.
LATE: N "VS. elected Governor was organized by the President of mtufs.
declared -
D. L. was
Federal Government of Mr.
relations! to the ALKR the Chair. 1
and Hon. W. W. J. KELLY, was declared .
by the State,'Will enable them to do, [From'tho Savannab papers.] elected, Lieutenant Governor of the State of I from House ceremony adjourned having until been performed to-morrow, : GARDo

and the introduction of several other important WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. Florida. The Lieutenant Governor was he has .

features of general interest,the Publisher The Secretary of War, by the direction of qualified this afternoon; and a committee. to t -December 21st, 18C5. P. WEBSTER & CO. WOULD
of the
the President, has addressed a letter to Gov. -of the E RESPECTFCLLY -
make the "UNION" worthy the nr- av..ivJwTcjuvi Aioiuemiau oeen qva.j4V. .VuIjiAMn.cvrtM tfcpaR quorum present. announce to their
hopes to relieved and him Senate, to unit with like Committee from session, Abercrombte, Finegan and and friends, that they have resumed 01 Ctmn
his to
that directing deliver
people of Florida. With the hope the pa- their intention to introduce Hend a:te
the House viz Messrs. GoumEof trict
connected therewith as : as
readers have enjoyed a Merry Christmas, the pers to Worth. Jackson EVANS of Liberty and BAKEU of I a resolution that, (the House con- WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Secretary Seward in : will
a communication to any meet on Saturday,December ,
Publisher wishes them all a happy New Holden, covers the President's Hamilton. Several other Committees were I Senators to represent this State in the

:Year: : and respectfully subscribes himself for the fidelity loyalty and acknowledgements discretion appointed, when the Senate adjourned until TIEL States-adopted.
the Committee
on made @TJV
mittee lQj
which has marked Holden's 12 o'clock, m.tomorrow.Dr. Eletons ( [
administration. by a declaring
their friend and servant.J. reslo
Secretary Seward has received a letter WILLIAM F. BYKUM, former Clerk of Senator elect from the 16th District.

K. STICKNEY. from Gov. Orr of South Carolina the House of Representatives, called the in favor that therfpltbcncuredin. The
in the
Publisher "Florida Union." name of the people of that State louse to order on Monday, when a quorum beig caled ,te sto yeas 1 J OKSONVILLE7AT
.._ returning to be F. C. BAU- his scat. :
thanks for the tender co-operation of the preent lon then sworn and took his
CHRISTMAS.A Government,when found in effect RET of Alachua, purpose of organizing !- There the Committee on Eetons.Beat re No.4, SAMMIS' BLOCK,

V quieter Christmas than that just passed, ing an early restoration necessary of the permanent moved the appointment of Col J. J. signed ; ). McClelfen one year was not next a reidet proceeding the his where they have,Just opened a large and well
it has never been our lot to experience. prosperity and welfare of the State. You WILLIAMS of Leon, chairman, which was upon he was therefore inel ble. V stock of
of may be assured, he adds; of unalterable adopted. The House then proceeded to the concurred i. ri'KE DRUGS .
Religious services were held in some to aid in the my "election of its Speaker. Two of Florida's ed by a received tom the Governor, trans ,
purpose upholding of
the Churches, and the stores were generally the laws of the United States and supremacy of advanc- I noblest sons were placed in nomination by alDi! Provisional of Dnpont Governor, Papy to examine and Peeler and MEDICINES,

after while in the the honor interest 1 respective friends, viz: the Chairman pro be made the .
closed being opened a ing and prosperity of our the necessary t statutes, C)
tern, and Col. G. TROW MAXWELL, both of EJC\L
morning, and the day was generally observed common country. Leon County, and of this city. The old. the that the report b referred, &. PERFUMERY; ,

as a holiday. The little folks were very Negro Testimony in'Tennessee. "when Turk meets Turk, then comes elligiblc printed-adopted.from the G' .'
irnor were
lively, happy in the enjoyment of their NASHVILLE, December 1C- the tug of war," was exemplified on this occa- sided nominations to office. 4FANtY \KTC.,

The Legislature of Tennessee having refused sion, for, a spirited canvass and race, Col. 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
wealth of toys and presents, that old Santa that ; PATENT ] VV
to allow negro testimony to be takenin WILLIAMS was elected Speaker, by a vote of HOUSE.
Glaus, in his'anual visits always brings to good the courts of this State, General Fiske, 20 to 17. Nothing can give higher evidence. On quorum present. VARNISHES,

boys and girls. Superintendent of the Freedmen's Bureau of I of his popularity, and acknowledged fitness eral gave notice of their intention t I OILS, V

For several days previous, rumors had this district, under special orders from the for the position than to have triumphed over ''I der the &c On Elections reported that Henry Over- :, TRPE-IXE
War Department, has issued an order which such a man as Col. G. Troup Maxwell. The firmed ; elected a member of the House from WINDOW GLASS,
been rife of threatened insurrections, by the demands that all cases in which negro testiIn remaining officers of the House were electedas I your .

colored people in various parts of the State, ony is involved, and which have heretofore follows viz: Engrossing Clerk, D. C. Wil-! i and was sworn Circuit.in by HOD. T. T. Long, ..V PUTTY, PAINT,

but we have yet to learn of a single case of b een disposed of by municipal authority, sonJr; Enrolling Clerk, W. W. McGriff; f the relt\e to the election of U. S. Senators V Y.\RXJ
shall be brought before the court for adjudi- L. Bruce,;'Messenger, A 2 navs20.
disturbance or cause of difficulty among the cation. G..W. Floyd ; Seargeant-at-Arma, John H. Hous the first tme. rule, waived, AND HA'1 BRUSUE

I negroes. This augurs well for the future, WASHINGTON December Rhodes ; Door Keeper, George A. Bowcn. by their title ad to Com and every article that i usually kept in a

and is complimentary to both the civil and 21. The following gentlemen were appointeda DOCK, / V
In the Senate to-day Mr. Howar'l\ offered a Committee to notify the Senate that the .\ 22. 1865. Class Establishment
military authorities. resolution asking the President to inform Decemba Fist ,
the ,
V House had organized, and to unite with a puruant t adjournment.
As this may be properly] styled the free Senate upon what charges Jefferson Davis i is like Committee from the Senate to inform the to which they wholealle or retail at fair prices. Orders
confined and why he is not ) that CoL J. LF.. Cottrell. being from the country solicited and
mau's first Christmas, we had looked for brought to trial. Provisional Governor of the organization of for the the 26th District,be sworn. December'SO-tf sWan iatt
The following gentlemen of the Senate I the General Assembly and of its readiness to statute Cottrell came forward and was
unusual demonstrations of joy find ,
some have been announced on the Committee
on him to
L receive communication he deem :
pleasure in honor and celebration of the, day Reconstruction, viz: Messrs. Fcssenden, I any may In waived to enable Mr. Gorrie to in-" 'HOTEL
to make. be entitled an AM to amend the Con-
and event, but it was the subject of general Grimes, Harris, Howard, Johnson and Wil! proper The Clerk being authorized by the House, ness of Stts. which was read and
liams. AXD
remark that the colored people were not appointed the following named gentlemen, duction order ofhe dvy.
)Ir. Sumner presented a petition from the the 24th District, and
Assistants, viz : John W. Malone, and J. W. of the for the k '
in were duly
apparently so happy as days gone by, before colored people of Tennessee, protesting Tompkins. ed, the their 22Dct .jrJr Li XT
V sats U
the evccts and results of the war had against the reception of the Tennessee delegation Alter which upon motion of)Ir. Haddock orders introduced a resolution to raise a {

disturbed the old relations existing between until the recognition of the rights of of Duval,the House adjourned until 12 o'clock was on Taxation and Revenue,which wa THE WHITE HOUSE.
the colored people of Tennessee ; also a peti-
master and slave. In fact we have seen more tiou from the white citizens of the District of m. tomorrow.We when i from the House appeared and reported THE subscriber has opened a new hotel iedt
find the canvass for U. S. Senators the in Senate resolution to go into the dec in front of the Depot,
real happiness manifested by the negroes on a Columbia, asking an extension of the fight quite active the friends of their respective The VV on the 33d. to accommodate Rid. Open day whe f a.
V plantation in a single half hour, than was suffrage to the colored citizens.In favorites.We mostly ; introuced a bill to remove the county Mesh at all hours. a. LtC
Callahan to
the House, Mr. Hubbard, ot Connecticut Femad December 30.-2t.POUNDS.
havc been in on
apparent here during an entire day. offered a resolution declaring that the the city scarcely two of the .
We hardly know how to account lor this. United States would never recognize hours before we have proceeded to pen you HOUSE. 5 n n n COPPERAS
any this statement of as we find the .uuu 3000 pounds Epsom Salts
V The presumption is however that Uncle government imposed on any nation of this them hasty, at the Capitol; maters you copiesof reading -. &c.a quorum, were introduced.present. 1000 pounds Flour Suhe
continent .bOO
the of
V Samuel having refused to add free provenderto by arms any European power Tallahassee papers, in which you will find reference to the Direct Taxes due the 500 pl E Brown
which was referred: to the Committee on read the second time, and Mr. Coul ,
the blessings of personal freedom any Foreign Relations.Mr. proeding of the Legislature published at centage amendment : 500 pounds Putty

longer, Sambo is duly impressed with the Fincke of Ohio, made a speech againstthe H. S. for Tax its by by rqnet tit authority t,aforesaid extend to That the I store V and 3 arn.p-c E se bY Lo

fact that he must work'for a living, and a Radicals, denying the theory of Mr. Stevens On the same per cent that al E. W. C.
TALLAHASSEE FLA. Dec. 21 186i. December 30-tf
V due appreciation of that fact with its atten- that the South is a conquered territory, 1 of the States for the the Direct S Bl.
and condemning any scheme interfering with Dear Union :-With no little sacrifice of ; .
dent weight of care and responsibilities, has 1 viding anp the" resolution a amendo
the right of suffrage which should be
,:\ enjoy personal comfort, our letter of the 19th was for a third reading on tomor. RAILROAD NOTICE.
somewhat retarded and sobered the naturally ed by the South.

exuberent flow and vivacity of his spirit. Mr Raymond took issue with Mr. Stevens, prepared, with the expectation of gctin.it stance to raise a Joint Committee on MW @{ 'O u

denying that the South should be consideredas off, by safe hand, on the morning of the 20th, was adopted. ( (

: The publication day of the Jacksonville having been a billigerant; declares him so as to be in time for your issue of the 23d. ing that AND SATE 50 TS.
Union is Saturday. The mail leaves Jack self opposed to the Confiscation Acts, whichare But, our disappointment reminded us of the upon 1! from Jacksonville Lake City a

sonville the following Tuesday, but the Union not only oppressive but unchristian, and old adage "man but God disposes." ahd ofConfedcrate Ofeen. FARE i pail on the. cars.t D. wt. Tcke,
don't come by it-Why?Floridian. that he was disposed to do everything that a proposes, The a correspondent of the New Agent.
patriot should do to restore peace and harmony The friend by whom we expected to send it, in the South gives Colored persons wi not be permitted to ride on the
We can inform our esteemed cotemporary TRELL, travelng an cars, without a government transportation.w. .
to both sections. found himself under the necessity, at the last in a account of what he liaisoN,
that the Union goes to press on Friday evening The Secretary of State has addressed let- hour, of remaining over until another down I and Mr. ; His opinion that the late Dec. 30-.3t Supt.

:; ( when, promptly, the western packagesare ters to the Governor and late Provisional 1 and and soldiers are now the class

made up, deposited in the Post Office in Governor of South Carolina, similar to those train. 'm nt in and most to be relied upon for

ample time for the Saturday morning's mail, forwarded to Mississippi and Alabama. In our letter of the 19th we informed you :Mr. V A the impression given by most NOTIOE
WASHINGTON of all the loading events which had occurredin ed in the South. The men who had PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS
and should always have come on that day.- Dec. 22. either House that date. I here- .
including with the
The name of Lewis D. ner, war are quite
Campbell of a lke
We arc not quite surprised, however,to have has been sent to the Senate for confirmationas Ohio, with send you the journals of both Housesto this } or cowards and a CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED,

to note that the Union does not reach Tallahassee minister to Mexico Gen. the close of the 20th. A very anomalouscase ment to hour of the '
Logan ;
having Any Day or Night,
train declined the appointment. in the way of elections, took place in the of her the Washington Clironicte,
even on Tuesdays'
: and Senatorial Mr. J. L.
15th 'Gth of the
The vote of this District. Republican AT E. P. WEBSTER'S: A CO'S
inasmuch as we, (the Associate Editor) since of suffrage city resulted yesterday on the question F. Cottrell had a plantation 15th Dis- In by the notorious.John. W. For-

-", our arrival in Tallahassee, upon meeting many the question negro by a vote of 3500 unfavorably for to GoOO to trict, while be actually lives in the 2GthDis- at 12. m. one of the most plausible pre- pRUGSTORE,

friends from various portions of the State, against it. trict. This gentleman seems to be so exceed- purpose for postponing the work ".. Sign of the Golden Mor. ..t
ingly popular that while the voters of the Senator is the vote given in
have asked us it is that have NEW YORK. Dec. 22. December 30 .
I why we notI Senator without tfMusic.
26th elected him
V A heavy gale commenced here this opposition, VIN, Jud for Gen. Hamnton. the elec
published certain communications or repliedto morn the lotu District elected mm I Governor
i :. ing. There is much destruction those or over GINS of as of1ls
certain letters; while others have asked shipping port. among- the his opponent, upon the mere fact that he nation. other officers of the 1te : School.
iI owned in this district. Inas-
a plantation ceedings to positions of honor their
V us why it is that they cannot get the Union, York undersigned would
Ten Jtlnrkcf much as Mr. Cottrell lived in the 26th and while : THE respectfuhlyinform the citi-
VV for which they have subscribed and paid.- NEW You Dec. 22. be elected from ol Jacksonville;that he win open a permanentMusic
i could not, therefore, legally after who held office under the School at Jacksonville 'comeuc on Mon
In view of these facts, and of circumstances The Cotton market was firm to-day, with the 15th, upon the ground of inelligibility.ofMr. a are now the most day Feb 12th 1866. He*will give le on the Piano,

VV it were now bootless to mention, we believe sales 51a52 for middling. Naval Stores, dull Cottrel Mr. E. Jordan, who, only be- Gold 46 7-8. Harmony. -fifteen
of the of
side the votes people in either f exceptions, the most intelligent of )
ten ,
V the reason for all these failures lies in either per quarter weeks be paid half in' advance.
V the 15th at the Capitol and claimed would think the will
SV- appeared have one argu Pupils pleas leave their names at the
the gross neglect o f duty of the Post Master The following arc the standing committee his seat as Senator from this district Mrr and \ of their selection, when offices Book store of Drew & Oakley,Bay stet
V Also
to arrive and for sale
heet and musical
: of this city, or, his still more gross corrup- of the Senatorial branch of the General As Cottrell is absent in County, their I entirely unanswerable. ioatent. J.H.muc .
tion. Georgia, where he also owns a plantation, I hope I where there are now no par- De 30t O8. Music.
sembly. and believed of his like organization at ?
We in all tliat associate V it is shrewdly by some augural party ,
f heartily concur our the Brevard constituents he has been elected also all other times, one would
On Judir.-Iesr. ,Vann, tha a your TRUSSES, SINGLE AND
says in regard to the Post Office in Gorrie, member to Georgia Legislature. This is much. Jefferson, that "the only ques- JL Abdominal supporters, DOUBLE VV

___..___.-' this city, and the same thing may be said oft On the State of the CflflflOflW&Zlth.-Mcssrs. the case to which the resolution of Mr Vann-: The a candidate should be-Is Sospensary bads silk and cotton

\ the general management of the postal affairs Cottrell, White, Abercrombie, 'Vhitehurt, referred on the 3rd day's procceding.Icsara of the ,he capable? Is faithful- to Physicians ese.assorted
cases assorted
Curry. ) Hart and Bhober of the of ? Physlc's
Lancets, .
: the whole State.
-sof' On Corpora wns.-Messrs. White, Owens, heen elected to do the printing of the Senate? With in the late Florida election Tooth Forceps, assorted genuine.

4 It V -\While our Georgia exchanges, and those Pearce, Whiehurt, Ross. while, Messrs. Dyke and Sparhawk have and candidates owed tb 'r election, Syringes,glass,metal and India Rubber

( I ofbtbfi Southern States are constantly no-".! On & Colleges.-Messrs. White. been elected to that of the House. No busi- Chrstmas to any other fact than Probangs Surgeon's needles and sUb

; '" : t ticing the establishment of new post routes hurst,Roper, Crawford, Rousseau, Morrison.On ness of importance has transpired in either and qualifications. It is fa Uvula Spatulas'
!. Propositions and Gzevance8.Messrs.Pearce House on the 20th, excepting the inauguration as a general nroDOsition. Teem rues,sorted -
I :.: and the opening cf new:.Post Offices afiuirs irdCur Jordan Vann. Governor_ Walker. By concert of P the army'ran ahead of For Bale by E.-P. W CO.,

', / V of that kind in this State"SCem to be at uii On .-Messrs. Owens acton between the two Houses, this event the county in other, !. December 30 tf of. the 'Block Mortar.FRANCIS .
; entire stand stilL things continue in this Oliveros, Turner, Baker, Poe. c in the hall of the House of Representatives ; that sends four members to ;t : Sign

> ,. On Efation*.-Messrs. Kenan, Hendry.. at noon on the 20th. The of Representatives. Tho' J
condition much longer, we shall be reluctantly Ricba Gor The inauguration of Governors, occurring, Rev. J. ten candidates five had been I. WHEATON, V

compelled to the conclusion that and Account, *.-Jesv. Ross, s frequently, are no novelties to the people tion Notice to army, the highest on the Attorney J at La and Solicitor in Chancery

:, .labors of editor of that mlscegenated or.' Oliveros, Evans,Morrison, yet, around this of D. L. Walker, :11. was counted was a civil .JACKSONVILLE, }'LA.

"The Times," coupled with a discharge On Engrossed l. -Messr.Roper, Rich- ters much interest. As forcibly, and truly, Office corner of Forty the and Ma bteu
gan ard, Crawford; Jordan.On said in his inaugural address, "without a 01 the county of Gadsden a gal December S ,*: tf
V of the duties of General Post Office agent for Enrolled Bids.-Messrs. Crawford, pledge, a'party,or a platform," the people of adopted.A The lost an arm In battle was :

V so large a State as Florida, together withthose W oomf Evans, Rousseau, Poe. Florida, with'unanimous voice, have called [ the successful candi '

V elaborate reports upon the condition Lands f-Messrs. Stelct Fine an him to the helm. while the breakersof L is a'gentleman who was at @ )
Kenan. Abercrombie the irtorm still tosfs the ship of State. over service
_ disposition of the people, white and colored Lieutenant military of the (Con
V A 'On the Executive De.)rtmnt.-Messrs.Bird, Once rejected by the p ople for the same position The candidate whom no one could Male& Female Academy,
which said editor advertised to write FineganJKoss Stle, Curry. when the State was sailing on before the House for the office of Governor

for the delectation and edification of the uninitiated On Military .eprtmnt.-Messr. Fine propitious breezes, ho is ,now called to navigate .: or sought, military appoint Monticello. Fla. first

'taxing)his powers entirely beyond gan, Kenan, 'V Bner, her to a port of safety. There is always 1 O'L race for Representative in Con- THE Spring in session January.of 18C6,.wffl commence the

his of endurance.' We there- On Taxation and' We&sn. Aber- a deep intelligence in the instincts of a people 'the House(' candidates and the only two Competent Instructors i all V the department ,will Be
capacity was
I :V crombie, Cottrell, Oliveros, Finegan, Morr. and it never has been more clearly exhibited Lieutenant connected with the army, (one secured. ,
fore respectfully suggest to our brother of than in that which:directed the corn- returned the entire'war,)were beat TEJUIS.

the quill, the propriety either sacrificing! V 01 Federal .Relations.-Messrs. Gorrie, corn mind of the people of Florida to D. L. duty and -the candidate longest in PER 1AJE..w.........TEX WEEKS
V The .. ..
the public weal entirely to hia personal In: Vat Breyard,'Turnery .. Walker. think, you and the people of Florida The the fevct votes of the Depment.- .$25 0
and who lias the On Aorlure.-Iesrs Evans, Ilendry, ,'after havng'rad his inaugural: address desk. Incidental Expenses........ ........ 2 15 J
: -terest, give some person, Jbrd V will agree wih'me. The election, there were but 'Mario ...,..... .... .- 2 0
3 ;requslte knowledge and ability to carry out aUSubjects Connected'uitfi the ColoredJpulatknft1eStte..MessrsVannWhIte The ceremonies were well'' For which rebel officers(so-called French Lo.,.-;'.,.....:.......... 0

the purposes and wishes of, the government conducted. The C nmitec of arrangement T.lib. Lkut -one was elected, the other) V Use of Piano..........,......and....wahlnr....... .:0 b

V to give to the people of Florida the same ad- Owens., Kenan, Steele. 1 V discharged their dutcs wel. The Band of The Hon. I Boar In exclusive private otllgats IJunUies fe ;per JDt a

V' ., ,J";Tftatftges in xeepect to mall facilities as ..are the 7th Regiment, Infatr (Regulars) liam Speaker W. J.of V t need not, offer further V il Tuition and Board, per mouth,required aac.

enjoyed by the citizens other more favored -Prosperity is no just scale : adversity is were present, and fne music at from the truth of the above statement toPer.farther infermatlon. D.- ddress Prot Jd

jfjfter, Georgia. ,' Ibe 9n1y.tre balance>to,weigh (rcnd propprjntervals, I On xnptiou : insf: V V .Do We 3'o :. 1,. W ..

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THE FLORIDA. UNION i !1 w : 4Y r .iseptrpts.! Administrators', Notice. '"WV 'Mi :YE8ATTORNEY i a A CASE & co. us.z. ,, ';:i.. WUVA,CTtXY.Jas. .

IS PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY MORNING: BY -. A LtjpersonilndebtedtO the estate Daniel W.Hart, & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ,- i:Htthaway ig\ 'V t&y,** <

J- K. ST'IC KN EY,. FOP Sale. ft deowued'will make immedlata payment, and 'all ) "
person holding claims against the estate of said de ": 'LAKCIrrFLA.. S SHIPPING &. ,coMaqs&roir :- ..
J -
TERMS : MY Plantation contajthg 1,070 *ore*. 1n 1arIon: ceased-will present the same duly authenticated,within DecUJ-if ? ; JEWELERS S. S j
Three Dollars per Annum in Advance.' In county.East Ilozid& There are about OO &CIU the time prescribed by taw,or this notice. will be : ,
i Me
: h ,
Hi months, two dollars. < "< cleared and under fence water 1n.every field-neTft pleaded in bar of ] S .- f.' .' .It S F ,o. ,a a t .:c'
No 8nb criptlon taken for less than Threo' unthl. failing well iu 3'Ud-e.U neceuary buildings ncuia ,:' recovery.WM.. CAUIJC 'rDee23 WANTED. I ,- '" '\.,. -''"* -'' ,

single COPiea five cents b1acbmlth"lhop, &c.'Accommodation for 40 laborer w' Com TesUmento Annexe.JEWELRY Hewers II In PEAIUNTBm.' cEwTOKK., .. ..
and For
will also be sold t Kin Choppers. particulars enquire : :
(with without .
; or the "
T.nrlll1G : fodder, place) eorD,. IU U of Albert Drrsdale, at the Florida House, :Jack. 1-
peas potatoes,
Two dollars of mules, hones,about 250&e.head, plantation of cattle tools; wagon, \Y sonville, or of L.'A. Ilardee, Lake dry, Fla. i Consignment Cotton and all other,:Southern .Pro5 -
per Square Ten Nonpariel Lines for household stock hogs.., WATpS.A.rD ,Dec 23-tf duCts BoUctted >
first insertion: One dollar for each subsequent In'ser- and kitchen furniture &:c. ,Ill Deo 23 ggj ,
tion. If not sold by the 10th of & 1866, the p1a.nta. : 55 .

liberal deduction made to tlQn\ ii'* other Property sold at pub- ., '" THE MARKETS. ):cioN& BUSSELL -,
permanent advertisers. lie outcry to the highest bidder, without reserve. : -0- ,
JOB PRINTING For fDrth"particulars apply to Judge Dawklns ;;. 111:1ih.r i Bollden
Gainesville,or.to the raperintendent on the premises., at : : ::: Jackstonvllle Market. : Practical and CaJ'.tMDi
style neatly and '
every ,
promptly executed. Dec_30-2t GEO., HOUSTON. SU. 1SU5D. rSTIMATEf O1YZ3T A2O: )8PECIZl6ATIO: :'5CABir

McCarthy Ginned ..;....... ..,..,...... 00 a $1 05 r t,,fully written and furnished. for an worfc required to
THE INAUGURAL ADDRESS OP GOVWAUIEtt. Roller Ginned............... ............ 85 a I'OO be done. "t' .' '
SOAP SOAP, !? !? ; Saw- Ginned.. ... ...................... ...., 60 a' "70 "' joining and the repairing of Farnlture., attca-
"* ,.. CPLASD8. l &f 'Pt "A' ded to promptly and also.raraiahiag: :A shire of pub
We are quite sure that our readers will 0 rdlnary..S......... 30 a 35 = patronage respectfully solicited. 5b>pfor the pre -
.4. Middling..............,<...... ............ 40 a 42 wS seat.in rear of 1 l'. Warrock's.Store,Bay 5U.- ','
peruse with no small degree of pleasure, and Middling,Fair............... .... ......... 52 *3- Orders left with T.E.Buckman, Lumber Merchant -

we hope with profit, the address of Governor MOODY &iBARRETT: GEO. A. PECK, Flour, per bbl...'......... ......$14.00a $16,00 S Bay Street Fla.,'will, Nor.received 18 1865fy prompt attention.JactaonvilH .,

Walker whIch we publish on'thc outside Hominy, per Ib.......... ......;................ 50 --4_- ,
of Corn Meal per Ib.:................ .............8 a 10 -
our present issue. Admirable'in tone and Steam Soap Works Fresh Beef per Ib.... ............ .... .. '. .....10 a 15 spied stock Watches solid' sli Internal'ImproTemeut an4Sf Landj
Watchmaker & Jeweler Chickens per pair... .... ...................75 a 1.00 HAVE A ;" &c. if .
temper, elegant and forcible in diction, perspicuous Eggs per doz......... .......? .... .............40 a 50 ware, accordeons, violins at reasonable, &c., for- the. L ESTORED TO, MARKET.NOTICE ., 5.

and practical in and Savannah, Ceorgia.MAFAcTTJREBs ., Butter per Ib .... .... .... ............ .... .....60 a 75 Holidays, which they offer of fine watches prices. la hereby given that an ttj' Internal '
thought Also every description ,JeweZry,mu- Lu.-
suggestion -
Sweet Potatoes per bushel.............. ... 1,50 a 2,00 and Lands of the State .-
we are sure that it will commend itself OP OCE1A.N STREET, Irish per bbl ..." ......!...........5,50a6,00 sic boxes good,assortment:0., cleaned of and spectacles repaired.A always on hand, and which have heretofore Swamp been offered for.sate of,.Florida have

to the whole people of the Stale whatever YCEnIl\"E, BROWN WINDSOR, VIO.LET new glasses set In old frames. been restored market by the Trustee of the Internal
Savannah Market Mr. Case has an experience of 15 years, acquired In Improvement Fund*. at the following prlee:!r

their political sentiments may be, as well BAR AND TOILET SOAPS Jackson-v111e Fla. Flour per bbl. common.. ............$9,00 a 1000. the boat houses of New York, Washington and New Internal Improvement Lands at 25 per ,cent.. above
suited to the time and occasion OF EVERY DESCRIP. I '4 Baltimore Extra..........Il,00al2,00.. Orleans, and hopes to sustain his character for integrity their appraised value. -
and as t Rice per cwt....... .. ..;. .... .... ..............950<< and his skiU as a workman. Thankful for the Swamp Lands within. six miles of any' railroad, at
worthy the man whom the people have unanimously TION. j j11fESSRS i Butter.. per Ib in firkins...........:...........43 a 50. liberal support he has received the past 18 months, he $2 50 per acre.- :; .
..es- Goshen.......... ......... .. ..53a57.COTTOS. hopes by strict and personal attention, to merit a con- Swamp Lands more than six mile frocf; any railroad -
chosen as their leader at this 1 Work from the will at$123: acre, : _
peculiar / MOODY&BARRETT WOULD tinuance of the same. country received per ,. .

of our political affairs. ALL' respectfully announce to the public that I ()rdinary.... ...... .... ......* prompt aid careful attention.C. Persona owning Improvements on any of said lands
juncture I have just opened theirSTEAMISOAP they MAS just returned from New York with a large aud Middling. ::.:;:;::;;;;;;;.....".............*.28c..48. A. CASE.J. are entitled to the preference in the entry t>f the lands _

We shall publish in our next, the addressof II select assortment of Good Middling......................................50S Deo 16-tf '. .55 J. HOLLAND. embracing the publication such of improvements this notice., for three. months from S

Gov. Marvin, which is alike worthy of WORKS, Watches ,and Jewelery HUQH A.>CORLET _
New York Markets.NEW .
endation. S. W. SKINNER Salesman Bd.Trustees L I.Fund'Nov.
coml You, Dec. III iSM. ;
S and are fully prepared to fill all orders for the following of the latest styles ayd patterns and a variety of other Gold.......... .... .... .................... 1,46 a 1 47 SURGE'ONe DENTIST .25, 1865. .25- t
. THE U. S. SENATORS.Of Bar and Toilet Soaps ; articles, which he offers to his old friends and patrons, Superfine State and western flour.:..:-.....$7 00 a 8*50 .
.I and the people Florida, generally, at greatly reduced iJtraKtate....-...............".."". .." JACKSONVILLE, FLA. D. .C.-tJA..BY,; : S
the two Senators to be elected by the PALE SOAP, EXTRA No. 1, priccs. His stock comprises the following articles ; Choice State.......... .... .._ ......... ....ISlSS B- Office corner of Foray the and Ocean its. -
American Watches,in gold and silver cases Common to medium extra Western .........815 a 8 75 r S NOT 4-3mp CommilslonMerchant, : ,
.*_'......t xriclfltifrp nno ia fnr Ihft ,imp.xnired EXTRA No. :1 RESIN E. Howard& Go's, in heavy 18 krt. cases Extra round hoop Ohio......... .. ..........8 80 a 9 00 ,AND S "
term commencing March 4th, 1861, and ending *.- *m*--w .. .Y.**..& 9 fAdies"'WafcliXpfaWanJr'eiifflgjeaChatelains I Western trade brands....................9Q5 all75 55 :. .

GERMAN Common Southern......... ................9 3510 25 V VALUABLE DEALEEIN NAVAL STOBES,
March 3rd, 1867 ; and the other fot the Gent's gold and pins silver, charms chains, keys and&0 rings E8fiESa?\j UnL5-.v.v.......... ......_...1030al600 ... LOTS ,- BALTIMORE MD. '.

unexpired term commencing March 4th ERASIVE, Good to choice and extra... .....,.........If< -
...... .. valuable Lot, 103 by 86 feet, Southwest cor ----- -- 'n"t t14n..:-. nA:2."ii:
And a fine Assortment of Bye floor (superfine) ..............625a675
1803, and ending March 3rd, 1869. CHEMICAL, Cornmeal, Jersey.........................4 25 a 4 50 THAT of Bay and Newnan streets.. Also, the lot(lOll MILLINERY 'GO

C OLIVE Ear Rings in sets and single Cornmeal, Brandywine... ................600a- feet square) Southwest corner of Bay and Cedar streets, .
Diamond Rings Corn meal, Brandwine,puncheons... ....25 00 a- near the Rail Road Depot. For. terms apply to Dr. A. ARRIVED. a large and well selected stock.o/
t By reference to advertising columns, it CASTILE, Gold and silver Thimbles Upland. Florida. Mobile. N.O&T. S. Baldwin. JUST suited to the wants of this community.;

that :3Iessrs. Belt Buckles Ordinary..... .... ....'9 41 41 42: Jacksonville, Nov. 4-tf Orders from the country solicited., and carefully and
will be E. P. Webster
seen & & ". Pins, Broaches Middling....*.........49 49 50 50 I promptly filled. .
Co., have opened their large and well selected Gold Spectacles Good middling.. .....60 52 52 53 Having associated with me Mrs. E. Goler, of this _
Also, a large variety of Toilet Soaps, comprising Silver spectacles U. S. MAIL LINE.The place, we are prepared to furnish all who may favor
stock Medicines, &a, at the commo- 8teelspectacles us with their patronage., M. A. MATTAIR,
'. HONEY. EyeGlasses O. B. HART favorite Steam Packet, formerly known as the 55 formerly Mi A,Barnes. .
dious store, No. 4, Sammis' Block, which Napkin Rings, Fruit Knives ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW "St. Johns,"now named the Rooms at Mr.'A. Gnier'a. NOT 4-1m

they have fitted up with admirable taste and I PALM:, Eight day and 30 hour clocks, with or without alarms '

convenience.Dr. CAMPANULA, Castors Spoons 4acksonville, Fla. HELEN CETTY, DRESS MAKING.: ,

Webster is in constant attendance and ALMOND, Knives and Forks, Will practice in the State and TJnitedStates Cour ts- Commanded by Captain O. R. Ingraham, is again per- MRS.C.A. SKINNER, INFORMS 'THE .LADIES
Cups Cake Baskets Dec. 9-tf manently on the line between Savannah, Georgia, and Jacksonville,that she baa now located in this
TRANSPARENT, Palatka,Florida. touching at Darien, Brunswick, St. place, and is prepared to cut,-fit. and make dresses in
is prepared to dispense, secujidumartem, the ,I Tea sets, call bells, &c., AC., ------- ,
the neatest and latest Residence _
etyles. corner Ocean
:Marys, Fernandina,and landings on the Si.Johns
healing balms ofJife for all the ills that flesh ROSE, River,to Palatka carrying the U. S.MaiL and Forsyth Streets. -t :-
is heir to. PUMMICE, She will leave Savannah every Saturday 10 o'clockA. Jacksonville,Sept. 16tf.Fotatoes S
LAVA, .M., arrive at Jacksonville on Sunday, and returning -

The Dr. is too well known in East Florida &c., &:c. Knives Shears Razors Scissors will leave for- Savannah'everr Tuesday at 4 o'clock A. Potatoes '. _

o need indorsement from and his Pocket Books Purses M.For rn BARRELS IRISH POTATOES.
; any us; make equal in Freight engagements or Passage apply on boardor
No pains will be spared to our Soaps
Porte-monnaies Belt Pins to JOHN 8. SAMMIS & CO., OU 500 bushels Corn 5*
gentlemanly clerks. Messrs. Tucker and quality, price and perfume to any American or" Foreign and-: Euber hair pins Meerschaum Pipes September 23-tf Agents. Now in store and for sale in quantities to mit pur-
Soaps: Our motto shall be "semper .
Drew, afford him competent assistance. all goods not equal in quality and price to American or Brienvood Pipes Sharp's gold eyed needles Segar holders WHOLESALE AND RETAILI' chasers September, at 9-tf Auction and Commi,/WELLS'ipnStore.

.. Foreign manufacture, shall >e returned and money: re Musical Instruments Violin Strings UNCUBENT :FU3TDS.

Mr. IL Vanlngen, Purser of the steamship funded. Banjo strings Guitar strings THE SUBSCRIBER WILL PAY TIlE HIGHEST ,
I AND Violins Acordeons price for uncured funds.A. TO BUILDERS.
San Jacinto plying between New York and and Machines
Florence Singer Sewing H. McCORMICK. will be furnished with.the Lumberhey
GREASE. Arnold's writing/ fluid .... Jacksonville, Oct. 21, 18 tf. BUILDERS
Savannah, has our thanks for a package of ink .. to order. much to their advantage and sayIng -
Orders addressed to MOODY BARRETT or L. J. Copying of trouble-also Shingles Laths and Brick: .
late"papers, received by last mail from the QUILMAKTIN & CO., will receive prompt and immediate Red, Rlue and black Inks HARTRIDGE TOWING.THE T. E. BUCKMAN.Oct. .
Blank books and
attention. stationery 23-Sfti Jacksonville, Fla
: latter place. All Tallow and Grease sent 16 L. J. GUILMAR.Ii TIN Dawson, Warren& llydes warranted gold pens powerful new Tug, U. S. GRANT, Captain .-

I a :: CO., will receive the highest market price. dec30-6m Erasers gold silver and ebony pen holders Paper holders is now permanently on the river for the RICHARDS & BAXTEB, :
PASSENGERS, NEWNAN ST., purpose of towing Vessels, rafts &0.
Writing desks Portefolios J. S. SAMMIS & CO.,
Per steamer Fanny, Capt. McNelty, from Rulers Dominoes Nov. 11-tf Agents. Shipping Forwarding and'mission

I Savannah-R Dexter, E W Brooks, A E Family Dye Colors. Dice Checkers and boxes and Back Gammon Boards JACKSONVILLE FLA. -. ; !Ierch nts. ,. .= (

Porter, ChasC Soule, J Wyman Phillips, W Patented October 13 I 863. Ladies'and Gents'Traveling Companions NOTICE. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :-
A Wright, lady and child J S Leeds, Capt. Traveling Bags, Large advances made on consignment. AH: orders

: :Kidd. John Cardy, P W White, W P Nichol, Black Dark Green Canes, .4. Selling Out Cheap CloseS promptly executed. '
Black for Silk Light Green Gold, silver and ivory cane heads Oct. 28-tf. .:
L n W R Cessna B
lark1ey, FArrington, Dark Blue MajjentaLSghtBlno Toilet articles and Perfumery the Concern. 5

W Root, James Guinty, Goo Center, C Apple Maize Cosmitiques, hair oils, pomades 500 pieces Prints,Empire,Wamsntta,Aliens,Spragues, undersigned offers his stoek of Gro- 5;
M Ridell Mr. Johnson R T Porter WA French Blue Maroon Cologne, Tooth washes, powders THE .
:Merrimac and others, from 20c to 36c Provisions, Wines, Liquors. Be ars, ic.,
Claret Brown Orange Hair tooth and nail brushes to contract with parties for 500,000 feet
Lee W A Johnson, Z Mathews, W Bird, Dark Brown Pink Combs and fancy articles 20 bales Brown Shirtings and Sheetings,from :Sic to &c., at reduced prices to close the Concern. Merchantsand WASTED LOGS delivered at F.A.&: G.C. R. Ri
A L Charles,and 4 deck. Light Brown Purple Christmas presents for the little folks 39c dealers arc invited to call early and secure bar Highest market price paid for cast scrap Iron old
.! Snuff Brown Royal Purple. Dolls and doll heads gains. Sale from day to day until closed out. Brasa and Copper: J, CARDY & CO.
Salmon Tea sets, trumpets 10 Cases Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings, from 30c( F. K. HOWARD, Oct.28-tf Jacksonville-
Cherry Scarlet and boxes to 57c Dec. 2 .tf No. 6 Hoeg's Block, Bay Street. ,
I' Our citizens will be glad to learn that the Crimson Balls fancy
Dark Drab Slate Bird cages!, fish hooks,and lines, &c JOES C1BDTV T.ITKJUX CHABUC3
Adams Express Company have established Light Drab Solferlno All of which I will sell cheap as the cheapest. No 1 case Bleached-1C: in. Pillow Case at 54c SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY "
Violet trouble to show 1 Bleached 8-4 JOHN CARDY: & CO.
Fawn Drab goods: case Shootings at $1,10 ,
an office in this city and at Tallahassee, and Light Fawn Drab Yellow Watches, clocks and Jewelery repaired in the best CO pieces lick, from Sic to'8c -(jI'New MANUFACTURERS OF. :

appointed E. For Dyeing silk, woolen and :Mixed Goods shawls, manner snd warranted. "
a Messenger McElligott Esq.
scarfs, dresses, ribbons, gloves bonnets. Hats, AU goods warranted as represented. CO pieces Dcnems, from 34c to 54cCO York.MARINE STEAM ENGINES SAW MILlS SUGAR ROLLERS
who will make visits between Savan- and alt kinds ot the at the old stand of C. D. OAK,
weekly Feathers, Children's Clothing, Remember place, pieces Apron Checks, from ISo to 60c & :FIRE INSURANCE. IRON'AND{ BRASS CASTINGS.. .
A. H. Reed's
nah and the above named. wearing AppareLA Ocean-street, building. CO pieces Brown Jeans, from 39c to 44c :
points CENT. December 16tIMILLINERY K3" Office on the corner oIFoT.ith and Ocean Sts., JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
SATING OF 80 PER 40 pieces Brown and Bleached Canton Flannel from -Up Stairs. B. F. FLOYD, -- .
We indebted to the for late
are Messenger wouldotherwise Oct. 23-tt 1
color goods as Dec.2 tf
For 25 cents you can as many 'Oe to SOc Agent.
papers. Messrs.Sammis Co.are the agentsin cost five times that cum. Various shades .
The is GOODS CO pieces Kentucky Jeans, from 33c to SOc
can be produced from the same dye. process NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. GARDEN SEEDS .

Jacksonville. simple. done. .can-.u..use._.- .the.___Dye_.."with_..A .n perfect, .....__success 4..-_ 30 pieces Ginghams from'40c: to Soc received steamer Fountain slot,Garden
,,' Directions in.ngiisn,s nucu"uu ""ivwa.' ""- by ,
t --- 75 pieces DeLaines from 25c to AND AFTER THIS DATE ALL ,COTTON OR JUST "

J LIGHT AHEAD. side of each package. For E. P.sale WEBSTER wholesale.*and:: CO.retail, ATWHOLESALE. GOO pairs Blttikets, Blue, Red, Mackinaw, Whitney, ON other Merchandise remaining at the Depot or Yard which- willbewarrsnted.AT WELLS': .AUCTION, .STORE. 5
by for 24 hours,will be at the risk of the owners,the company -
Sammis' Block, sign of the Golden Mortar. Chelsea 10-4 11-4 12-4 from $4,60 to $12,00 Septembers. 1 5 tf
We informed by :!Ir. Young, one of the No. 4 per ; not having storeroomV..BRYSON. -
Decetnber 30tfChristmas Jacksonville Dec..2 It.
directors of the Gas Company, that the GULF .STATE, INSURANCE COMPANY.TALLAsSEEpLA. .
60 pieces Flannel Red, Yellow, White and Shaker -
contractors and builders of the works are Books &c. from 45c to 600 School and Seminary,Lands :\
INSURES against lose by fire on. dwelling house,
about to visit our city for the purpose of making ENGLISH AND AMERICA POETS, In fine binding 40 pieces Plaid Linsey at 45c RESTORED TO MARKET. I stores, churches,'academies, hotels, stables barns,

received and desirable 100 dozen Laldies' & Gents' workshops and buildings generally. Also on household -
arrangements for putting them in complete We have just a large : Hdkt'sfrom$2,50toUOO
is hereby given that the School and Semi- furniture,merchandise cotton in warehounes or.
.. repair. LARGE! AND SMALL BIBLES in fine bindings. per dozen NOTICE I Lands of Florida are restored to market, and on plantations,sMother property.t2't moderate rate
ROBISOX CRrsOEAND THE ARABIAN NIGHTS, STOOK 101 dozen Ladies' and Misses' Hose from $2,60 to $10- are now subject to entry at the same prices and on the. of premium. DREW ft'OAKLfiT,
-- ---'---- cloth, suitable for boys. S same terms as before the suspension of sales. S November 11.-tf I Agents for East Florida. _
gilt 00 dozen ,
per HUGH A. CORLEY.iRegister ,
t3P" According to previous announcement,
JUVENILE BOOKS, a handsome collection. illi24eT Goods I 101 dozen Gents' and Boys' X Hose from$2,60 to $10, Public Lands.

the St. Johns :Minstrels gave a musical entertainment PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, with Photographs. 00 per dozen Nov.251865. 256tJLcxsowviLLE United States-, -- of',.America.- S

I with Tableaux, Charades, &c., at FAMILY' BIBLES, 2 copies of a handsome English :'M dozen Balmoral Skirts from $1,80 to$4,00 each Nov. 23, 1865; is hereby given that the. amount of Direct

Reids building last Monday evening. The edition. And have fitted up the Spacious Chambersover 20 dozen Shirts, Hickory Calico and. White from$16- II OTICE is hereby given that having taken out letters |NOTICE assessed upon the several lots and parcels
VEL VET BIBLES A KD PRA YEll BCOKS.with rim Ii of Administration on the estate of Eliza Baldwin, of land situate in the city'of Jacksonville,.Duval coun-
t attendance was good and the performers and clasp. our store exclusively. as a 00$50,00 per dozen la e of said town, deceased,all persons indebted to said ty and State of Florida, pursuant to an act Congress
10 dozen Merino fend Fancy Wool Shirts from $12,00 Entitled. "An Act for the Collection Direct Taxesin
acquitted themselves with credit in the acting SCRIPTURAL CARDS, single and in packages handsomely estate are notified to make immediate payment to me
: Districts within the United States
gilt and illustrated.Gold WHOLESALE DEPARTMENTWhere $27, per dozen or my agent, and all persons having accounts against insurrectionary *
of their respective parts. PensBackgammon Boards, Chessmen and other 60 Wool Bhalwa from 2,60* to $8,00 each said estate will pre.entthem for settlement within two and still for remaining other purposes due may approved be paid on June or before 7th%1862 December sad
barred this notice.
will be
... games, and other articles suited to the Christmas we now have every variety of Goodsin years Furthermore or they all persons are by warned against trespassing 31st,.IBM to John 8.Driggs at the Custom House,

; An attempt to elect a Senator. Hol1day. (b$@ : the property belonging to this estate,and in the city orJ-ackJonTille aforesaid..j *
For sale by DREW & OAKLEY. this line, such asLadies' upon L. D. STICXNEY: ) Direct Tax
t J An effort the Floridian of the 26th, all occupants of buildings erected without consent of -
says Dec2 -tf WM. ACSOP, > Commissioners: for 'the
was made on Saturday last by the Legislaturein and Misses' Straw, Velvet,flush and NEEDLES, the pay undersigned the rents of upon said said buildings property to will him be from requiredto the 'AUSTIN SMITH, J State- ofl1orldLiNovember ; S

joint meeting assembled, to elect a U. B. FORPUATKAFLORIDA. Felt HATS, of he latest style ; time of such erection, which are claimed as belongingto 28l866-U :

l Senator for the term expiring'in: march, 1867. PINS, THREAD, the property, and must not be removed. .: .

The of three gentlemen were presented' Velvet and Straw BONNETS; BUTTONS HOOKS WM. L. BALDWIN, '
administrator of the estate of Eliz Baldwin, CHEAP CASH STORE.55A
for the position,to wit : Gov. MABVIN, Judge Black and White Edge Velvet Ribbons ; AND EYES, &C., &C. November 25.-tf -

THOMAS RANDALL and JAMES A. "WIGGINS, The New and Splendid Steamship S '
Esq. Three ballots were had, but no choice Silk Ribbons ; The above are Wholesale Prices, and 5 per cent.wil .. *ld"Posf Office- South of"the Market -

ad Feathers ; Plumes ; be added for Retail. Practice 6t Medicine and Surgery. 55,4. Lake City,win be found one of tie best selected -
having been effected, the joint meeting Point Ornaments Dec. 9-4t Jacksonville, Fla. ..c--: \. ,' stocks of Dry Goods and Family Groceries that
i. journed. On the first ballot the vote was : City ; flu.EMILE T. SAm RESPECTFULLY TENDERS ever come to this market.- .All of which"I-am ,selling
IIAKVW 33 RANDALL 19 ; WIGGINS 21.- Wire Ribbons ; U his professional services. to the citizens of Jack-- cheaper than can.be bought elsewhere. '." ;
; 15 CAPT. L. M. COXETTER.: SEA ISLAND HOTEL .1>! 'ton villa and vicinity. Nov. 11,1865-tf' A..B. BAl"'CA w JdoL.
Second ballot: :MABVIN 34; RANDALL ; Milliners' Needles ; Office Sammis' Bloc 2d floor, first room on, the ...
WIGGINS 26.-Third ballot : MARVIN 33 Will leave Commercial Wharf,Charleston, 8. C., every left.. JDec9-tf
; Lace
Wednesday )Mornlngr 6 o'clockOuching at Savannah Cape ; AND ._ "
RANDALL 13 ; WIGGINS 28. Necessary to a Fernandina,and the Landings on 8t. John's Bonnet Frames : Boots and Shoes.A .

choice 45. Biver. COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW FTTBNTTTJBE. Notice. nt'retail '
I selected stock
Afternoon at well by :
.' '. Leaving Savannah every Wednesday VELVET OF ALL COLORS, '
Communicated.Dr. 4 o'clock. ATAUCTION days after the first publication of this: no- T. HARTRIPQEj
I Beturning. will leave Palatka every Thur day Evening And a Beautiful Lot of THIRTY will apply to'the Honorable Judge of Probate '

; .BILL having put np"last evening at one of the at 9 o'clock ; Jacksenville every Friday at 4 Morning o'clock, of Duval county, for an order to sell. the following Dee. 9-4t Newnan'Street., .,
treat at 8 o'clock ;Fernand1DaFridaY'Afternoon ; lands belonging to the estate of Francis- R., Johnson, S.
dty Hotel' *, complains: 'WlthgoOO.reason ottererc and Savannah every Saturday Morning, at 8 o'clock.with oo rroca {F @WrgOO a deceased, to wit : GEORGE U T GL; DWiD"t: -

ment.JUter. The City Point was built by. her present owners BY Commencing the south-west corner of land sold .
: rearing to bed he was waited upon, very out regard to cost, her state rooms and cabins being the trade at the Blackwood& Taylor running westerly along the bankof & 'n" S
we'offer to SAVAGE : r4JJ .
furnished in the most luxurious manner. I Which nine : ..
of inttraUd inmotet the River to Kelley's corner-thence northerly
& Christian.OW
ceremoniously by a large Bell
-to Wylly .
For Freight or Passage1 ,hundred feet-thence easterly the same number of feet .
of the honsV; who with Malignant impatience RAVENEL &.CO., Lowest Prices. as the river front-thence southerly in a .direcU1ne of Shipping POI.diflR14 Com.m .'

praenled numerous long Wit for Jtuid-aUon ; thus Corner East Bay and Vanderbort's Wharf.Charleston. "'EDNE8DAY.JA.Nt1A.RY 3d, 1866 Blackwood &: Taylor; land to the point beginning.' ;.

4 hisperonaZ 8.C., most respectfully call the attention of 10 o'clock will be sold on the Premises at LOUISA R. JOHNSON, :missio. .,'; -- -
and trampling upon We At ,
Uffedingi. -
tordf wounding And to F. DIBBLE, Adm'x of the Estate of Francis. R. Johnson., S__ 557..VV X.ZS....,
dignity to his great annoyance the whole Dec 23-tf Jacksonville Fla.WATCHMAKER the trade in Florida to our stock, asS IlILTOy HEAD, THE NE W Tc.tQLw' ,; ., ; --:-- Dec..tt:

night. against the foregoing Import Our Own God : Q.'O OO'4frg ON CONSIGNMENT.
Whilst the Doctor earnestly piotests Co @ @ {K We

Intlera ble treatment would exculpate from 10 Barrels., ...,................Apples
10ft" who wu doubtless Ignorant and shall be constantly supplied'with eyerythinK Which has been finished and opened only'a few 18 .i :.4. ............,.....;.Potatoes TO CaptaI.p
; M woreoniplicUrliitii: new and desirable, and shall alwaysbe months. *.The Hotel contains sixty rooms, an completely 15 M ......... .. .....,......Onions
i that the had.s,guest the infamous family of with the New York imrketg. ; -' furnished, and capable of accommodating several All in fine order good wawilibe
Lox BILL Broi. able to compete "' .. T. HARTBJDOE,
; hundredPersOne. .. ___4 ----.5-
ANDDEALER h_ S The Hotel and outouiioungs are 01 me mUll'WUTCUlent Dec. -4t Newman Street.
-- safe Milliners and Traders will please give us a and approved structure ; framed at the North and -- -

-When Lord'Alvanley came back IN North to buy Goods, and brought out ready to bput up. and could readily be
and sound from his duel with Mr.'O'Connell. call before going taken down and removed,If desired, to.any other- to-'
and prices ''' -
T he astonished his hackman by giving him a WATCHES, examine our cailty. -four fine neW1rir '
k guinea. "AII1ha.t, your honor/' queried the -- CLOCKS & Co. I, 'The Billiard_ Saloon ,
Jehu, "for driving YOU to the wood f "Not JEWELRY, Jno. C.'
( OQ.\OO{ )
a bit of it my man," responded his lordship, CUTLERY. '

"that's for out but for bringing .FANCY GOODS, &C '
not "taking me 139 CONGRESS. All the'Furniture It new, and of.

me back. ..+,..-. Summers' Block Bay St., consisting of Bureaus, Beds
,. VTasastandB.Hair and Palmle-

Valuable Water Lots for JACILS9NVILLI. ;, .VLA., S. ANN AE:,. GA-,' Bolsters Fine Parlor Toilet Forntture Sets&0.,, -'*

Sale. Dec,3-4f List of Prices sent to'any' address, and all Plated Ware Glasswar

OFFEB FOB sale that valuable property known u filled. Dec..03mA which- will be sold. in I j
I the Foundry Lou. They have s front on the River IJ BURKHIM orders promptly SUIT ,. 5it' -

of 510 feet, and are 210 teet deep. ., COMMISSION .
??? ,

: Dee 30 tf Jacksonville: Fla. IMS APES and TAILOR,- Mouse .iii, New York.<. ,JElling'Tbeabo,00ffers to open.Hot a ::S.5, S S

,. Medicinal Liquors and Wines: FOBBYTBE STREET,NEAR OCEAN .rhIE I peopas undersigned i Factor tenders and his Commission services to Merchant the southern in ,moving desired.Dealers the and buildings. .and wl. .: -,' : :55.. (,. -

persons .
S PURE FRENCH BRANDY Jacksonville Fla the city of NeW'York. of every dewrip. private residences,mar b.a ::. 55. .5-S;rp.
JT pure Bye WhIsky He wm lel1lO11thern they desiro..The .- 'J .
Rail Road securities, and pur.chUe Furniture S .5
Pure Irish Whisky permanently Uon-wm negotiate United States or"In > : -t .5
hugt4blIibedb1V151f in the BALE
Illbaeriber and'1lachiuerr .
Pure old Holland GinPrViA,1r 1IE the Iron wfliBESEB
and I
on upon
foi the purPOs of carrying, southern Railroad Companies, > .5 T l
Wine I InlaekaOnT111e for
& Europe 555
He has on hand a li.rg stateinsata of assets and ,11&bWtiea, .
branchea. :;
all Its honest
Pore EierryWlne buaineulA fair and in
also Inc.assortment indebted
I'D" PoVIU.. For ale by. and handsome stock 01 ofReady4fl&; clothing, and; VelUnga, "m negotiate comPfOmIJoa tor-partlet olpt"mellt., Be will S '!TERNS1.w .
E. P. WEBSTER co;, of Broadclotha CulJDerea Ne"Yorkbeyoneth.lrme& > --
l1an" -
noUo e ta ID
Xo.4 Bammis' Block, SIp of the Golden Mortar.J0 wb1ch he ta prepared to make up at. moment rratitude for the make liberal il.4nDf" upon:.for all services rendered, .' 'Steamboats Wilt leave<_
to order B.re.pect11111r J'eturul will charge fair cestsmiul0fl to accommodate persons wish
by'.irlc\ wbat he actUa1l1 pIAME8'E. ,
liberal IUppori he hat received, and hopes of the 'l1d,1lm1 small oured to ROO which further notice will.be. I :
PRINTING, I attention lame.:1 ttMlness to: Dee t6tm S 62 BroadWay, N'IY' DeolG-2i. e- 4i 5J\ h'' ; :'- .:;

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,Representatives '.10 '
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;. .Southern gtatesliaveinade their appearance 4. T 'l < : WHOLESALE T
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ayWa&hington, comprising all excejt'thosI e : : ;' .. .. ., ,', .' ." I ,. .. ,
from'North: anaSouth"Carolina Florida and ; jiimH I : / : -. : .' '- HII'
( XRBIVALS *- ij :: v. 4* -/1. ,

Texas. No credenUaTs.havelbeea presented .. .
j .. o. Bay StreetrJaciksonVilletT } .tiAND.. I tNT
A 1 : to the Clerk.e3ceptbf: ; $ose' members from I ; \'" .'_. attention' feafna1 t ; t
: Tennessee and Virginia : S."pp
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Wm.Aifaen:33 $ 01 B.,Barbour.Lou .Y'" "ft' :. t,?. :'r.OI'.. his c t select'arclf: DrUgs, : DEALERS
Joseph ., :J. .. oJ.. : 1 Fancy ArcesPaintOQ.,Window Gl .::: GENERAL
v .Alabama o '
WaW&QEitt1e > .
; ,. ; I Stationary; &c., & .., ( .b -.
B 4WStimKr Arkansas E. G. l !, tI'i-. amonl '. ,
t pikOcQ: TEEM, : : } < : n1phateQuinlne"' ..w '. :: -
I raia*, Eudua ..Chandler.Vir- ,: -. -, .'T",-'. '- .- .-<- ? "Castor 00,. 'I Ceneral -
t rlSty.Georgia Solomon'Co- u : P ':1'T" Tat I In MerchandiserCorner :COUOdSSION RcEAN1rs
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: ,-Robert Y Conrad Vlrgiiila ; .. S '* e. .
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; .
; ) Blue :
,-Georgia t Edward Cooper, Ten- :N' :EivcT G; cYD'S". '/,. >. DA.1' of and Ocean strs. 0", ,< ',, ,
t $ "j.1Vm..HB CurtiBs, Yirginia'J :BevTisVirginiaThomas LNEW STOQK IARGE .- ', '. .' Jt- .. .' Bay Yo:1'": '" '&UlX18

.. .4w1.rA. : J. Foster, .. . 'L., .'". {; '. '.' ...apoai..' !,0 > I ,"" ...,, .......,. .t. _,. ., .

t .. i\ : .oJ' '! .: r$tflt Jfedlcine,' ; .
11&tiam V Lorenzo Gibson and James T. ASSORTMENT JUST RECEVED. '. J t : ; ',Pi'j :,) .

7 .. '-;'Barrisoia.Ajkansas,; IvR Hawkins,Ten- '. :..t -.. 'I.Towet.. I _} ,. ..I .-, F Jacksonville. .Fla.. .-;: 'S. DAV.I'TREET.. .:, .. .
: -f
er'.r '
$ -- "Tff-H!Hoge,Virginia; M..Johnson, : 'JJ.-itt.r.s.-o..c.P, \ { : f' I .
S ... .-... .Ater.Cerl i' i. "
: "
I.t' !
..: .f:Johnson E. King Louisiana ; C.,: t A P1ou. ,\\fi..',r .Ii':' ..pc5....! i! eC1uj"' 4 ...::;, : ;<, .. .-", .
.' ,> on"Alabama Johk W. "LiftwichV Prints. c .. ft..". J : Cbl&Oe.. ; h, rr -, *,J PLOBIDA.A
; '
: it ; .# .f .- t', : S .; : I .
4 '53' Tctin essee ;fEe C. Priton, -Mississippi ; J. D .Delanes. t ,: .' 5'i 1 t $ ",y" ,!. ".. .f.1"PaXo.B .J.-. 4'f' ; "
1.J De8.
) v' .
: .tthews,Geol'gis'; Horace Maynard, Ten* Flannels -. : ; cII13 ; :,\:- ,. .. { > just iii receipt of another large stock of goods .:. :. '." -- -

r *.;.iessee ; R. A Rnton, Mississippi VJphn Kay: .n'. *. .. "Worm Cndy. i l ARE ofBEADYMADE ,
'S South American RemedyBrown's THE
"I Feve
Rob '
.> JbuIsia.; A. E.Bejio1ds,3lissISPi; itter rr C SLAGERhiv Ess. Ginger, .4 CLOTHING .''XX Stock'of 000 daevl1'offered for sale ba the Kate

'S ertRidgway, Virginia ; J. .. Sherd, Alabama > Sheeting Winslow's Soething Syrup, 'uGents' pon suck term. as should Induce Country' and other .

r ;*Loms St. :Martin, LouisianaTWm, B. : Skirts Oeso .;- Hyatt's Life Balsam < *Uercbaots to at least price our goods before par-

Sthkes Tennessee Alexander H..11.: Stuart, "' .., Ve'lpean's, Remedy .AND c Chasing tn other markets. The' following are among
Hats Mustang Liniment ;
pnncjpal articles comprising our stock
S tit :
Virginia ; James W. Taylor, Alabama ; Nathaniel ,. Is now opening one of th '1 largest"'Y Stocks Roger's Syrup, lvenor and Tur,
G.; McMunn's E1er, Furnishing Goods ". DRY GOODS.

;. nessee A. M. West Mississippiri { bert C. Bagging ,Powt'WiNES I. S British ,
; of
S Syicdiff; LOW iacs ; W. T. Ypfford, Georgia LIQtfOlRS. ETC.i ever offered mihis-niarket.:.M con- Photograph!. Albums, Batemau's Props, &c., 4c Ladies ,Fancy Knit Shawls.HOODS 1000 p ECESSPBA.Gt1 .,

,. _SS sistingOf Backgammon Boards, .0 NUBIAS, MERRIMACK, ,
: Blank Books,
.- .. :
--- 'd ':'. _'_". ., '' lIt GLOVES, HOSE AMERICAN
Cash and merchandise p dF9.ft'ce p..4 I: ,
:.PBESDJEHT JOHNSON TO Gov. PERRY.-The highest market prices or ihlfcmwta vat ,made..New! DRY OODS1WVZRVARIETY J Walet ", .- ..; .*:'..'*.. \te"/ ", :NETS ; ETC.GROCERIES. tt -,, ". DVNNELLPIJ'1

sent the President York and sales personany atteflom"to* ? .-1,.. .. S '. \J| 'Mior., .
following by
.telegram was t.
NOT.2-tf 1 OJv: or. J' 'S t ,eJ" .it l':( ; ;...,.. S. tt Ha.Tooth. Cloth, Shaving G B1 ,
to Provisional* Gpv. Perry t ;.;.f J DRESS :COODS, t and Whisk Brushes, &o., A;. O
m- I .
WJthIcGTON-NOV. 27 1865. .
: tt 4.- I I" White and brown Teas and Coffees, Raising. .t.ELI.
: .
T sugars
1 Perfumery, 4 tc., I,
f To B.' F. Perry Prov.Gov.: ; GREAT DISTRIBUTION FRENCH MERINOES: : 5 in I whole, half and quarter boxes cuts of all kinds dried '

"I do'not think it necessary for the members '.., i 'Lnbln's Extracts, .' fruit, figs,prunes,&C. AttSOLDTt,
the BY THE ., Night Blooming Cereus, .JU ". AND.TMuuo ."X. .
elect for South Carolina to,be present at : WOoL.tlFIAINES: ; I Fancy l
organization Congress. On the contrary, ,-AJL,tq. ,. : . .,.. ., ..'.Btfcfl_ *. Exta.--"-' :.JIIa 0"-:_':_ XYf':7. I WEeD. BLEACHED AXD BBOWS
,_ Hair ,Scaps.
it will be better policy to present their certnthrwffitiihtie EU REK JJEkASB1flPL ;z.nrr. '. 1McLTI4icI.:1: Sozodcnt,Tooth Soaps and Powder 08 Hams, flour i TICKING: AND SILLBTTSfG. I
Pork Bacon.
Butter, Cheese Lard.
1" ... tJ.fM' s 'ilmple question AND A FULL ASSORTMENT}OF Sterling's Aiubrosia, Kendall's. Amboline, &c.,Ac. Hominy, &c. 1 10 ILLISOSNABVRGLI -

under the Constitution, of the members ISO I Broadway, New, York; S '. Candles. 230 PIECES ,3IAXCHESTEB, PACIFIC
Hats and "
FANCY V '. !: Boots and Shoes Caps. ,AJTD hAMiLTON flZLA1XF.UICIiIORY,15
their Each House COODS ,
taking seats. must judge r
Rosewood Pianos, Melodeons, Fine Oil Paintings ,EjT ".. I(l.Gum Sugar and Burnt Almond, Peppermint Notions 'w
fof itself the election returns and. qualifications -"t. I I IrPI Wooden-ware, Yankee ,
,. gravtngsSilverWareFine Gold and SflverWatcne_ . Drops,Lozenges, &c.. ktj
of its members. As to what the Diamond Pins Diamond Rings ": ,TRIMMINGS I I' p' 0
own QoldBraceleta1\ r. I ..;. Toilet and Fancy Articles. a e':9DUIKS STBIPM
twp.Houses will do in reference to the oath Coral Florentine, Mosaic. Jet,..Lava-;and' .Ie .. I Ntntionery. ,. ,' cKo ; R...m-.
Cameo Ladies' Sets Gold Pens with CUTL1Ii1'Ales
t Letter, Note and ,
ndwifequired to be taken before the members BUTTONS Foolscap Paper ALPACAS, PAKAJIATTAS
Gold and Silver Extension Hold- I.V8TXZS.
White and Yellow Envelopes, -' .
'T. canlake their seats, is unknown to ine, and era. Sleeve Buttons' Sets*of. 4. S I 1'cns, Ink and Playing Cards, &c. Wines, Liquors, Etc. 3XO1IA1BABHITBE
ildo not, like to predict But, upon the Studs Vest andyiNeck, .. AND BALMORALS. November 25tfWIIITE :.;nAoimKA, _
; I of the .that it would be Chains Gold Jlingir-V-. ( I
1.\fboleJ am opinion &c.. Valued >at .' i 1. 'uter. 5- CLOTHS ETC.,

a -'betterlor the question ,to come up and be CLOTHINC. Razors, Razor Straps, Pocket Knives S, anJ Sd.os. SPRINGS HOTEL. I[ CHECKS, FAJTCT AfJIBISBL> PLAITuIc1I4.nON's .
'. of after l,000d(66.DISTRIBUTION ,1, HAMILTON Co -r1'.FLA. I
disposed the twoHonses have been $ ( r1 ,
Tobacco. & ,JI LIIEN,
.., I hope that your Legislature, GENT'S FURNISHING i :THE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to.
'; code is made lathe.followlng manner GOODS. Navy, Anderson's Solace and Amulet, : I..the public that he is prepared to accommodatethose STEwART'NnrIIFIiAIzBz: : ;
jpfa in free 'of
m' reference to persons ,, CERTIFICATES naming each! article and ita VAICE, Killickinick Shanghaiaod Anderson's Smoking To r seeking a healthful and pleasant situation. TABLE DAMASK, TOWELLING.

that will be acceptable to the country, ,are placed in SEALED ENVELOPES;whith are well CLOTHS bacco. Our tables are furnished with the best the market. of I'. Y..lph1'f>
; irrfc
: the same time doing justice to the. white :mixed. One of these Envelopes, containing the CertIficate CASSLMERES Cigars of' the best bnand.A Jhe country will afford.Hehsscoralortable. ETC
: Order for ,Article will be delivered LADLE ,AND CSEIfTSiLLTEN
and colored or some at .,, ; hacks running in connection CAXBBIC
\j population. our office or sent by mail to any address without re < "iPipe "' IiANDIEBCIIZPL
: 4 ', TESTINGS,' jvith'every train, between this place and the Railroad ,
gard to choice on receipt of 25 Cents.
Merschaum. Z. o ,depot, at Welborn. 1IE3ISTIC1IED:
On receiving the Certificate the purchaser will fee -. ; :
SATINETS Imitation Merechaunv1.4" J! ffrBrienvood -. : W. A. TURNER, Proprietor.
what Article it DRAWS, and its value,and can then send S ; l" .']I"QROIDEJtED-

RESTORATION. ONE DOLLAR and receive the Article'named, or. can t.; 1: FLANNELS. .ETC. Diamond and Safety,Matches Rosewood-Applewood*'... ,, Clay, 4c. July 22.tfMILL ._, FANCY', AND SCOLLOPED, 1J
-- :
.1. --- -
S From the Washington Correspondence of choose AST OTHER one Article on our List'; of.the Same ,-- -v .- .- 'I I C, '
the.New York the value. r" s 'W SITE FOB SALE AND CASBBICNAINSOOK
S Herald Dee llth.we clip C AND SHOES, Llqnorn, Syrupn. | ,
Purchasers of SEALED ENVELOPES, 1. w '
arS" our may .5 "f INDLV BOOK
following: : in this obtain Article' WORTH OKE TO' .: -, most desirable St. John's.River.
manner FROM 13a injiwg: all the Brady. on AND SWISS
new styles of Ladies' Misses THE PLAIN AND DOTTED
.-'The caucus of Republican Senators met FIVE HCNDRED DOLLARS Sherry Wine1 I T. E. BUCKMAN, : '- ,

this morning in a room adjoining the Senate .Q.Il ChiIdrens' Fancy Laced, Balmoral and Port Wine, I Nov 17-1m Com'n Lumber Merchant. .. Mfl3LZNJACO.
Holland Gin
chamber views I Polish I .. CIIAXBBEYS TABLETOX'S.
:. to exchange concerning reconstruction varieties. Whiskey, -

and adjourned a few. minutes they need not pay until it is known what la drawn' S Blackberry Brandy, C. PARKHURST & CO INDIES" WIIITE, BROWN, hIIED.-D. ,
and ita value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed rln all BL.1CK HOSE.
before noon without arriving at any coclu- Handkerchiefs Lemon Syrup, ::
Cases.The Eureka.Gift.Association would oalP attention and Hosiery ingreat Vanilla Syrup, GENTS:TVIIITE u
"wbn : the 'BROWN w'D
;'CShtraiy to expectation ,
'. the fact ofits the .and: .
to being Original Largest v rl ty. Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup, Pineapple Syrn DEALERS "
w .Stavenjoint resolution did not come up.- Gift Associationin the countryWe are therefore enabled BLACK HALF HOSE.,

S i...Senatol"1 olittle had the floor at the expi- to send FKEB GOODS,arnj give better chances to Paints OH, '. ", LADIES AND GENTS GLOVES.

h I ; ; ration of tbe morning hour, when a motion obtain the more raZuoWe firize tb&n any other establishment Bonnet and Belt Ribbons of all I W bite Lead, ( ,. STAPLE DRY GOOD3 AND -_ -_ \-*"
of the kind.The business contInes to be ,
r -f'-was made by Sumner to adjourn. The vote conducted in a fair and honorable manner,and a large kinds.UMBRELLASAND. Chrome Chrome Green.Yellow S Furnishing,' oodS., 'Qloths. Casa

,, t **. was a tie,.but President Foster voted in the and greatly increasing trade Is proof that our patrons Prussian Blue, S GROCERIES,. S r r' ,meres..

: affirmative and declared an adjournment. appreciate ails method of obtaining rich and elegant PARASOLS Red and Black Paints, ;_ :

The Republican members of the Senate Immediately goods. the tbfiAssociation'.'"." f" has Linseed Oil. Benzine, nrockery, Tin and Hollow Ware. aDd a NeglIgee Sblrts,White FanerLiaen.

4 T went into caucus again upon the large During number past of valuatJI year jJHzea" to all parts sent of a very'the 'IIATS! AND .A.P8. Plaster Paris, Whiting, &l.', &c. V4 general articles Kitchen Furniture, also Rope, Hickory, fixed and TVool.Sblrts,Grays
S Window Shade!. Uagging Twine and other articles.
joint resolution submitted by the House,' and country. ,Tbose who patronize us will receive the full GLASS Liquid Blue, The highest Market price paid for all kinds of : PaPer .Collars, Jeans Cottonades.Satl.

discussed it with mp h ability and considerable 'value of tfieir money, as no article on our list is worthless I CROCKERY, TVOODEN A DWILLOW' Petroleum, try Produce, at the new Store next door. to tlie Count nettw, Ec.LADIES7trEAB.
than One Dollar rta;.and there are no blanks.

wormth. Senators Doolitle,Trumbull,p Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt WARE. Congress Seidlitz Water, Office. C. PARKinnzST., :; ancb as Plain and
Fassenden and others insisted modifica- returns. aDd the article drawn will be immediately Powders
on a i Citrate of A. B. lirSSEY. Fancy Linen Cellars, 'Trlmmlnffn, Bat-
lion, which Sumner and others opposed.An sent to any address by return mail or. express. FURNITURE. Extract 1lagehi Jacksonville. Xov.11. 1865.-tf. '
The following parties have recently drawn valuable Root Beer &c., 4c., tons, Balmoral, Skirts, :te.
amendment was finally submitted by MrS PARLOR June 10-tf
prizes from the Eureka Association and have kindly --
:' Howe; Wisconsin, leaving out all after the allowed the use of their names, many other names DINING BOOTSAND SHOES.
might be published were we permitted _
word8 'with -
leave bill otherwise
to or
report by
T. STOBE of every one his own Doctor
,",&O, and in this form it will probablypass Oil Andrew Painting Wilson value Custom, $100 House; James Philadelphia Hargrave Penn., 821, AND CHAMBER SETS, NEVT -Being a Private Instructor for Jlarrie Persons or 100 Cases.Boots and Shoes. Ladle* Bal.

the Senate to-morrow and be sent back Broadway New York, Oil Painting value, $100 ; E. All of which will be sold cheap for cash. those about to Marsy, both Hale and Female,in every'thing moral' and.Polish.Boots, 'Vomesa's.J,

to the house. As amended the resolution F.Jones, Barret, Marshall Co., Kansas, Melodeon,value concerning the physiology and relations of par I Kid '
\4. Merchants Goat arid
"_ n $200 : Patrick J. Byrnes. Waterbury. Ct., Gold from the interior will do well ON Sexual System and the Production Or Prevention oi Lasting,Gent's' Calf Sewed

reaas as HOLLOWS: Watch, value$125; J. F. Shaw, 224 East '24th'Street, to call and examine Offspring,including all the new discoveries never before p Pnmps,Gent's Calf Sewed 'P. D. 8.
stock before .
Resolved, by the Senate.and House of Representatives New York, Piano, value $350; Mrs. Chas. J. Nevis, my purchasing given in the English language, by Wm.Young D.I Boots, :Pegged and'sewed, :Gent's. Calf

; :i-r ,. That.a joint committee of fifteen Elmira, N..Y-, Piano, value$300; Miss Lucy Janeway, elsewhere. BAY STFE'gE3 T.. 'D It,is This written is really valuable and interesting work Kid and Patent.Leather Shoes
in plain language the general reader, Congressand
I Elmira N.Y..Cluster Diamond Ring value$200;Mrs.
shall be nine whom shall
appointed, K. Pennoyer City Hotel, Nashville, Tcnn., Melodeon; o. sij .a-E3F-: .3- and is illustrated with npwardiofone 'hundred engravings. .Balmoral Babe Me '.' 'Bra&s
'-". '':.A be members of the House and the remainder value?125 ; Oscar M. Ailed;Co. B, 142d Reg. Ind. P. FBIDENRERG &CO. All young married people, or those contemplating I- ChJJdre '. Bootee, '

\fi:. of the Senate, who shall enquire into the con- Vola., Nathville Tenu.. Watch value. $85; Rowland L Jacksonville October 21-tf marriage, and having the least impediment to

dillon of the States-which formed the so-call- 8. Patterson, Co. D, 10th Iowa Vet. YoIs.;Oil Painting, a ) married life, should read this book. It discloses, secrets HATS AM CAPS.
that one shouM be acquainted with. Stillit
S c "ed Confederate,Stales America, and report value Melodeon., $100,;alue Mrs.. $150 Abbey; James Parsons L. Dexter,Springfield, City Surveyor. Mass., 1865 P1EPARE.186(-a NAVE just received from New York, a complete- a is a book every that must be locked up, and not lie about .
S rl sortment of all kinds of Merchandise, sucn as the house. It will t>e sent to on the of Ladles ;8_. Felt, Silk
whether they, or any.of them, are entitled to Syracuse N. Y., Gold Watch; value, $150: Mrs. '5 DRY any one receipt Fur Jockey,
:toe: represented in either house of .Congress, James Ely 177 Wooster St.,cor. Bleeker, N. Y., 011 GOODS Fifty Cents. Address Dr. WM. YOUNG, No. 41 6 Turban-- and other. Styles:Men'sj.. Woel
with leaveto otherwise. Painting value $100 ; Mrs. J. C. Coles, Grand Rapids CLOTHING Spruce above Fourth.Philadelphia. and Felt-Hats,o flden'sfla1g
or .
,report by 1411 :,MichIgan Silver Caster value $40 tf Dr.J. R. Sin FOR THE FURNISHING GOODS September 30.6m.HALLT
The baHa'nce of the resolution, as first clairNo. 4 Main St., Utica, N. Y.,Framed Engraving, BOOTS .

adopted by the House, reads; value $25 ; Hon. Lather Detmold.. Washington, D.C., Crockery and ,Glass, Ware of ,all
And until such shall have been OH Painting value $100. .
; ,Kinds.- .
made and finally acted upon by Congress no acknowledging Letters from various the receipt parties of very throughout valuable the gifts country, may HOLIDAYS., ; HATS CAPS [Late Chiff Cleric of the) Department of toe Interior.1 4 I

member shall be received in either House be seen on file at out office. ATTORNEY FOR THE Croe riEfs and

from of the so-called Confederate States S GROCERIES Provisions., .
r any ; OF CLAIMS
"S I To be Sold for One Dollar Each] .. PROVISIONS S '
; and all papers relating to the Representatives BKTORX ALL THB 500 barrels Floor

of the said States shall be referred to the said Without regard to value and not tale paid for until you FLOUR Departments and Officers of,the Government.WASUIXGTOX.CITT 500 half barrels Flour:
committee wltheut debate.Thejcbangeis how what you vial receive. EACH TOYS HAMS 20 casks Bacop ,
It loosens the 50 Elegant Bosew'd Pianos,worth$250,00 to 600,00( .5 BACON D. C 50 casks ufm', (Onctanatt: Sugar Cured)
J important 50 Melodeonn Rose w'd Cue..; 125,00 to 225,00 Hannoniai, Furniture sets Kitchen sets Horses, FISH Office in >Federal Block*,corner of F and Seventh! 50 barreli Pork, Mea fcutf Prime
;gag and xjpen thet matter for discussion.Fimhftrmo'rejltaoefjjbt .- 100 Fine Oil Paintings. ........ 25,00 to 100,00( Streets Fostomce Box : '. 142. 50 half bsrrelsrolton Market Beef *
: xequp-e final action 100 Gold Hunting Case Watches.... 75,00 to 150,00 Dogs, Battle, Balls Battledores Shuttlecocks SALT Refers to the Secretary and Officers ot the Department 10 barrels Dried Beefbarretsba1&iarreIs .

uporithewholeberore .any, :one ,State can 150.Diamond Rings...... ....... 60,00 to 200,00( Soldiers, Babies, Dolls, POWER / SHOT' of the Interior,and officers generally of the other -'. ..50 and ki1a. r XaekereJ .
.... Departments of the Government. 2S kita Sslmooc S.'
250 Ladies' Gold Watches .- 60,00 to 8.,OO Transparani slates CUTLERY
4, gain admission. The prohibitory clause was 450 Silver Watches.......,...k. 25.00to .50,00 GLASSWARE November i-tf 100 sacks Bk Coffee .

_- themotremarkable. and:, objectionable of 200 Fine Steel Engravings.:Framed. 12,00 to 25,00 &.. 4C. CROCKERY 500 sacks Liverpool Salt. ,

the resolution, as it gave Congress" power to 10 Music Boxes......... .., ...*..., 12.00to 45,00 PRESENTS FOR' WINES "LIQUORS 'A'OTKJE-KEJIOVAL.. 'I 100 barrels 'coflfee, crashed,/graialMed powdered

declare the Union practically' dissolved by 100 Silver Revolving Castors 16.(to 40.00( THE LADIES CHAMPAGNE THE SUBSCBIBEBS-HAVE REMOVED .THEIR and commoa brown Sugars

100 Silver Fruit and Cake BiakeU.rj lft.00.to '35,00( Music Bo es, Secretaries, SEGARS' | stock of goods from store No. 4, Bay Street I to 50 ba I"llola85e"8A.8yrup k.000 .
inhabiting representation from the Southern zoo Sets Silver Tea k Table Spoon .;15,00..tov,;30,00( Wells' Auction store, where they be found Cor bamli Sod S'ngat and"P11 Bread
States, borne other changes were desired by 2,600 Vest andNeck Chains.,.. ..*;: ,6,00to.25.00( Surprises, Glove boves 'T0EACQ&c.. t short time onlyas they are determined may to close a! 300:boxes Soda' rBostdtt-aadPQotBMftd

,_ : TJ f conservatives in the caucus, but as".the .radi- 2.600 Ladles' Silver Porte MoauiMii, :13,00 to !15,00 Jewel Boxes, All of which'we offer f sale at low ratet a'who toS their entire stock of goods within the next twenty on l chesti a1t and quarev'T 0qJq.m..HfPI
- 3,000 Silver Butter Kuiveav.1,;.. .* r3OOto, 7,00( sale and retail days regardless of cost. 2000pouiidi, D Y.. '
1 cal:! element was strong aDd .determined the &c kc.,. &c. Country merchants; sutlers f',
2,000 Pairs Ear Rings, (new-stjles).; 1,50 to 6,00( Country produce tatfen in'xcbange.. Merchants and I and traders would do well to rail and'examine the to -
: ballance was conceded.The debate is said 3,000 Gold Pencils andTooth.Picks. 3 00 to. 8,00( CANDIES.I1XCdCDd1I .- S dealers are Invited to call and examine our sti." I Iqwing lis ,pf articles, as they will be sold cheap for' Wines ,acEquors.:

.to ave- n. edingl1 spicy in the beginnmg'bat 3,000 Onyx,and Amethyst Brooches.. 4,00 to 10,00( cash I .--. .
3,000 Lava and FlorentinftjBroocheis 4,00 to ': C.OO,, ..) : P. FBJLDEXBEBG. CO. Ladies and'G nt's Shoes
& i ,Boots Shirts
the whole acharacter favorably I Stationery 'r1cJo
1 ._ : on to 1,000 Masonic Pins.... ,,tj....-. 4,00tO 6,50. Rock Cream Nov j Playing Cards,Cloths Tailor's Shoulder'Strips bhls.- "W:ktritne iQ wttskr
braid Trimmings
-1 affect legislation. 2,000 Fine Gold Watch Xeyi... ... 8,50to.j,5 2m. .JiwksonvUle.'Fli., for the and .. 104Y bbl. oldBow.b4saWklsky
1 : 8,000 Children's Annlets.v...... .. 2,0tO 8,00" Banana, Cinnamon, ; Army Navy, Hardware Tinware I.! ,]00.bbIs. old. beIztr* fine
a Crockery Cigars, Tobacco, Butter <
I NEGRO TESTIMONY IN j.tssISSIFPL-The 2,500 Sets of Bosom S ndf........ 1,60 to .C,00; ( Vanl/7a and Stove Pipe, Canned Goods Safes, Yankee, Cheese, Stoves, .100' bblold'vsnae; Brandy

-f 1 following is a section of the law enacted by 2,500 Enameled Sleeve.Buttons...'.. 2,50 to. IDjiOO FURNT: FOR SALE., .da Water Apparatus for bottling cNetiontfSo-, 'Business SO'bblsJol4\'b'a.ba, Brauilr
Rock candles, purposes
23Plpi btaBeUaud '
r the Legislature of Mississippi for the govern .10,000 Plain Gold and Cbaaed Rings. 1,00 tot 5,00; i S Wagons-new and second hand, Photographic; Stock, Gin.
5,000 Stone Set and ...... 300.e old.Port
mentor the free colored population Seai'Rings 2.W tOjMO.OO Comncopiai,. A LARGE AND'' EXTENSIVE STOCK Ambrotype Cases,Fish Books and Lines, &c.&c. lAde". .j
relating '
S 5,000 Lockets, all sues.:..."$:..... SJOOtO; 7,00 C.'W.DENNtS&CO.No. .
to testimony: 10,000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry-i.:.*.; 8,00 to 20,00( S Conversation Hearts o' 55'tJ3 .4, Merchanta'.Bow "lite": t
_ _ SEC,;4.&'itfurther enacted, Thafcin addition 4-.000 Watch Charms(each).. ....-, 3,00 to'6.50 I FIREWORKS ITUnE: i at Well', HtttonrHead Auction Store S.,CAntS "H 1.f f-Claret
6.0UU Gold Pens, 8ilverEx.Caaes*;. "OOto .6,00 JUST RECEIVED' Oct 7th 1865-tf I .T ". f, ;t. Santerne'and .- : .
to cases4n whicbfreedmen free CONSIGIOIENTAT'WELLS'.AUCTION BaySqset: ;Jacksonville. Fla.
negroes 3,000 Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins:._. '3,00 to 20,00 lire crackers i: .. (1 ,?. : other Wln s.'
*nd mulattoes] jarq. now? bylaw. ,competent 2,000 Indies'New Stylo Belt Buckles 4,00 to 6,50 Pin wheels, : ANOMMISSIQN STORE '
witnesses freedmen; free negroes and mulattoes 2,000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains.. 6,00W 20,00( .* ...- : ;
'. shall,be.'competent in civil cases when L000GoldTbiinbles.....;....'.... 1,0010"14,00' ( Ban. candles COSI81OOAP, J) 'ARXETros r CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. T I N WARE

to the salt either' plaintiff 2,000 Bets Ladies'Jet and Gold.... 10,00 to1 20.00 Flowerpots, Tables and Chairs, double .,... single Cottage Bed- r .7 .,. : S 't. 'or" 'dEVxR. .:'
parties ,
- U party 10,00000ldcroasea..1,500 6.00( Rockets ,of every style E umeled Chamber Punt The undersigned have to-day formed a Co-partnership]
: or plaIntiffdefendantor defendants, and a 6,000 Oval Band Bracelets....... 6,00 to :.20,00( ture, Looking Glasses one hundred double and single under the fame and style of ':'DE Cii&'TxON.

white person or persons is or are the opposing 4,000 Chased Bracelets........ 6,00 to 16,00 Saxon's col'd batteries, 3lattrells6ll,'Lounge bed& wash stands,tc., *o to.
2,000 Ball Eardrops all colors.... 8,00tO 6,00( Torpedoes, etc., etc., etc. My orders are to close the above consignment imme Jfas;: -Hathaway &.tTtley : Ware.an Par.Ut.L
party 'or parjSes plaintiff or plaintiffs, 6.000 Fine Gold Pens......... 2,00 to 3,60 Also fine diately either at Private or Public sale. The ; .
lot !
a Picked
public -
defendant or defendants. They shall also. be 2,000 New style Jet&Gold Eardrops 3,00 to 7,00( Apples, Buckwheat. Flou are respectfully invited to call and examine the stock] j I t NAILSvj. !-. ', '.'a
2,600 New Sardines, Wb1.lbr. etc.ete.For formerly HATHAWAY CO., Wilmington; C.,) ,
competent witnesses in all criminal style Long CryBtaJ. 4,00 to 8.00 I and secure great bargain at ; :

)... tions where the'crime charged' Is alledged prosecu to 2,000 Gold Pens............... 3,00to 6,00( sale by CHAS. A. FAIRCHILD, WELLS' Auction and Commission Store, J I I for the business transaction,in this ot a city.Shipping at 171 and Pearl General Street.Commission ", I :.mCHAtNB". ; ,
September!-) tf I
cencopimUted awhite Bay street, Jacksonville Fla Bay-street. J We solicit consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores STEEL'COIU :MIJL3
havgj> to person upon 83-A chance to obtain any of the above articles foiflIJlflhl&r..LtD1rCha ,
the .ing a sealed Envelope for 25 cts.: Dec 16-tf I I, Sheetings, Yarns"J'obaccoand other Southern Products ;[CORN
JG\: genemt iji tto.rovl f th Eleven for$2,00; Thirty for 15,00' BSWiav-e-fc.f M BURNING OF THE MUS'EUM.LETTER to the sale of which our prompt personal attention BHELLERSrPLOWS

of the whole State. Vliall! be"examined 00; One Hundred for $15,00. AGENTS; WANTED, VUI4tWID "UILUIIrlu.iLo410n FROM J1R. BARNUM. j: will be given. We will make liberal advances upon ,
I i receipt Invoice and Bill Lading. All Merchan. .
i While cxchaii except, howl EVERYWHERE.Our EOnSA.LE. "E' :' NEW.YOBB,.July 14, 1865. J dill and !: .t..5S4pIR9NS:
( I our Georgia V I Produce ihipped to_ns are insured from point
l ." before the patrons are desired to send United States money Main. herring u Uo, : )I| ot snipmeut, WIth ur iu.oi t.a..f_ lToi_ .b raM S ,
of 'bu outhern States are COes be when It is convenient. Long letters are unnecessary.,. :*oUbe most desirable! and valuable Sea Island' GENTLEMEN-Though the destruction of the American always accompany each shipment. < 'dRNI1'oNES0Io
subject Orders (SEALED ENVELOPES'must fiN Plantations containing In Museum has proved a serious loss to
in all 2000 myself and Both of had
Ii, ticing the cstablb1mcnt of new"pa on J Jaw as ca be aecompanledbl the CABB, with the name every of on Pablo' Creek near the mouth of the acrea.St.. the public, I am happy to verify the old adage,' that, I In biistness jn having the South over and cur twenty J. L.years HATHAWAY experience S

f : and the opening of new. Post OfSci'! the person sending and Town, County, and State :,a river, I. offered for sale! at a reasonable price. "It's an ill wind that blows nobody good and,con three years in New York, we feel confident we can secure .
plainly written.' Letters should be address to the: For further particulars inquire at tftls, of3ce. I sequeutly, congratulate you that your wellknowns full prices for coir friends who. will fa vor no nrith.. OO '
t.} of that kind in this Stat 1reCm to S I, Managers, as follows: U1 li-tf te have again demonstrated their superior fireproof their consignments.. ------ -- "---'-- -- U3 I' .ra'

GOODWIN HUNT & in ordeal of unusual -
CO,, qualities an severity.The
:.." entire stand stilL If things continue i:;.. I'On. -"""r.o.JJ1'I'e New York. I NOTICE. safe you made for me some time ago was in the I Dec.9. 1865. JAS.WM. I B.*:HATHAWAY.UTLEY. OF ALL KINDS' & 'SIZES.
EtxUons.-Messrs. KenaH.-A weeks after date office of the Museum, on the second floor back 1
condition much longer, we shall be reluctantly Foun application will be made to part of I dec. 23-8in Now York .
Richard,'Gorrlcti5 }. Probate Judge of Nassau county. Pl&,for leave the building, and in the hottest of the fire. '-VV- OD:W
compelled to ,the conclusion that On Finance and Accounts.-Messrs. Ross so fr4he real estate otDavld Jackins, deceased late After twenty four hours of trial It was found among CmCClT CoVICT, T : lO
nty, laid applicatiou II made in the debris, and on opening It this day has yielded up I For the Eastern Circuit, Fla. j -
thelabora of editor of that miscegenated organ Oliveros, Evans,Morrison Turner; yet, aro ,ronmenll on salt estate 'Injuring consequence aad be. its content in very good order-books,paper. policies FRANCES DWYER, In chanc ,,, EVERY VARIETY.Q1

"The run s," coupled with, a discharge On ffngrosted .Bill Messrs. Roper. ,Rich ters mu.Ies.Vabe bY'delay ot sale also for the bene of insurance, bank bills,all in condition for Immediate Bill of Divo..e.THE \RtO '
-jt1iori and heirs use, and a noble commentary tk ,' \fr1
ard, Crawford Baker Jordan; said in his of said eltate. on. ltworthines .
'.of the duties of General Post Office agent for Enrolled B. H. GERMOND of Herring's Fire-Proof Safes. .. Bill In the above entitled cause having ben fll- _a _
Bilu.-1frssrs. I ede a"panI
Crawford p. ).., and it
been 3000
Attorney for Admfn1atratb. Truly yours. having made to appear satisfactorily BASKETS; from oncqnajt'to"Uireebushels.
so large State as Florida, together with Woodruff, Evans, Rousseau Poe. Florida.ut un S P. T. BARNUM. to the court that the said defendent is residing beyond > '

.Jthose elaborate reports upon the condition On Public Lant.-Messrs. Steele,Finepm, him to the hel 55)TICE. .. I the limits of the State of Florida,so that ordinary process S -
BERJUNQ'S PATENT SAFES. of law cannot be served upon him ; On motion of
of the white and colored Kenan, Abercrombie, Brevard. of the Storm Still st3pands against the estate of CHAMPION F. STATIONERY.
5nd people I. Wheaton
disposition Esq., counsel for complainant it is or. .
On tM Executine Datinemt.-Messr O cc'rciected the pc4-11 present them The molt reliable protection. from fire now known -
J ;Bird, by to the dered that a hearing on the facts charged in saidBill .
which said editor advertised to write Finegan/ ss Steele, Curry.. when the State-1Gea ctted will within the time prosition HKBBEJO & Co.'s PATCXT BAXXKBS' SAFES, with bo had on the first Monday in April,1866. And it is PAPERo.!'

for the delectation and edification of the un On Military Department.-Messrs. Fine-' propitious breezes, he \\i to the aboT be pleaded will make In bar im.of Herring i Floyd's Pate CryltalbedIron, the best further ordered that a copy of this order' be published INKS,' ;
security against a burglar drill ever manufactured. in one of the published in Jacksonville, for .
initiated, la taxing his. powers 1 entirely be- .gun, Kenan, Woodruff Baker,Gorrie. gate her to n port of ga/ R.*M. GEIWOND.ta ; S HERRING ft CO., the space of three newspapers months from date, previously to said Pfu"tS. AND PENCILS.

there- On Tazation and Revenue.-Messrs. Aber- deep intelligence in f Attorney for Administrate. No. 2 Broadway, cOrner Murray' SU New York. hearing once a week consecutively for said three "

\ ;. yond his capacity endurance.-- We crombie, Cottrell, Oliveros, Finegan Morri- pie, and it never FARREL, HERRING & CO.,Philadelphia.. months B- .A. PUTNAM. ENVELOPES, .. ,
haslRXET .
'fore respectfully to brother, of HERRING & CO.,,Chicago. Judge Eastern Judicial Circuit. '
suggest our hibited than in STATIONERS.:GUM ;( .
-son. Oct. 2l-3m' I. Aaron W. DaCoata, Clerk of the Circuit Court 'for .
'the quill theproprletycf either sacrificing On Federal 'Relation*.-Messrs. Gorrie, com mind of the \6'' f ;OYSTERS r the county of Dbval and State -Florida, do hereby .

the public weal entirely to his personal inr l Owens, Vann, Brevard; Turner. :: : Walker.; I thin To Rent. certify that the foregoing to be a true and correct copy LIME BRICliS, CEZEYT'_l :;LATHS.D .
of the office.
file in
rids original order now ou my .
-, :iterest and give some person,. who has the :OnAD.ttlre.Icssrs. Evans, Hendry., atter hayinue, tw$ method Of'announcing' to AN' elegant and commodions Mansion, at Witness my name aa Clerk 'of said \'Court R- ,U'C':._\. ,
Jordan Poe RIchard. Will agree With fiat h.b under many obligation*for Mills.Immediately the Oranre [5c4LJ] and the seal of said court this 20th, DecemI "
on ,
banks of :
requsite knowledge and ability to carry out On'OnaUBubjecU Connected with tILe Colored The,inauguralPP" ,in the fUtureto, be always ready river, 12 mile north of Palatia.- St.;; Johns I ber, 1865.. : ALL STAPLE*.DRUGS"6ti HAND1

the purpose* and wishes of. the government Population the Sta .-McssrsVannWbIte conducted.' Thp\Bln. the town and country at short ,The House contains eight rooms and Is in good order ,AARON W..DiCOSTA,
of Florida the ad. i oysters, at *9. Iowe.t;priCCl.'by and condition. Steamers stop at Iho Clert.
to same wharf1'henever
to give Kenan Steele. uiscliarged theirthe Dee '
Owens usbej : quired -3niJO.BPR1NTINC -
in respect to mail facilities as ..are 7th'Ieglment1onnft-7 a SADDLIRY'Md'
"?,yantages -- r.and.wetulI7It.were. On the place;there ire; many Orange and Lemon ..

- S enjoyed by the citizens pf her more favored Prosperitris, no'Just scale: adversity is present, andpropprjntervals D. X. CHASE &'00- i trees;wd.b. JJ aesi i .
: \r rp the, only.true balance |tQ weigh friends. ; .(JUO Market Stan No.6. T garden AS7to' :"i A. 1!.>McCORMICK.-' ,: : S..,. :8Um.. 8p ft Ett'.e.M GJrdM.Br1cU ...'
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