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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1866
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: UF00053711:00038
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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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AUbI4o.ucto I' U I X TI X O RAILROAD LYRICS. Soc. 10th. That every tBpa.1pa' property of guiltof a misdemeanor,'and trpon, conrlction,. shall Southern POSpTith. humanity to one, suffering :under-suchcIr- ,
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exocnted. another committed with mischievousintent I to ftaed In.am eeg one thousand doDa .The very numerous instances ;on the cumstanccsIt a howeTt'that we
t -I: a I f If an engine meet law,shall be deemed and held to be a act of "ma. or ba&ade to stand In the pillory for,one hour, t pg proving sn card of '
--- -BndlO trfUnl agnt "Ctoming round a a e\up cious mischief and the party gnilty of.the se. hi discretion of the Jury.. ., violent intensity feeling AmerC'oUb. 6th Jnst, .I. *
'."" aUf S ald anNI4unenb le If they smash track,train and teuder her or their alders and abtt1 shall, npcn eoYiooD See. 5Ui. That from and after the expiration o the. which exist daring a civil war. Sectional t mebf.9C. which, \

to ?4cYg aarlOD \\Tiat do they deserve T be punished by a fine one thOUBM d1 I tiwe limited ia the first section of this act, all applicable animosities sooner away, than'national we sorry ;' ,the truth1 or, :
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Fur Ml*.i.IS. . -' = Not lars and imprisonment not exceeding six months t or regulating the marriage relation between pass a t sy. /, j. : .
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____ pnnY'1 any by standing in the pillory for one hour or by white shall be deemed to apply to the same hat England has been torn to pieces b the stet
"JOHN- s. co, But So all acquit obe ping not exceeding thirty-nine strips, or by both whip raton pn& the colored population of the State. war but upon i the accession of wt a spark'of humanity, la i, :

SAM When "coming enner. curve.. pig and standing in the pillory, at the discretion of Approved by the Governor Hanoverean line to the throne of the Smarts, bosom can wttoldlupon of his ;; f

FOWABDLXG C1UIIINMECIAXT8 ru. jury. An Act to and upon the public and the people inhumanity. -
ftECUVIVO. Sec. lltti. That it shall not be lawful for any person prevent punl\sp' she has been quiet, English ter. 1
Iran engine meet a steamer. persons to trade, for or buy, from the devoted to each other with the .The atrodouaness.of the outrage, If p.
Iff "Coming through the draw," tc except Section 1st. Be It enacted b the senate and Bon al fond 0 '
;rJJgc44YD lEAr1EALER they crash or drown the public, producer thereof or her authorized agent,any ofReprntUve of the 8tto) Ford in Genera of'a family. So is true, upon professional usage and the bestinterests r \
.t.4 I cotton or leaf tbc.unless the same boxed natona States .and ,will receive I ..
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law b bale Italian
we go to ? Assembly) cnvene. with the ; yet society

: i r'R EQA51ISE aclnvie Forda. I ,.If P'rhaps he engineer rather\ 'careless raw- some in the evidence manner in writing or unless showing upon that ehibitonof prucer Judges of the of respective counties Courts charge within their the Grand Juries France Frnch;and s England hate each other, ad the condemnation of all justnhinded men. ,,.of- I f Fall

(ov CJ.LZflER They don't be'l discharge an honest fellow, bad parted with his or her interest therein, any present all persons who shall trespass upon cit t the Italians who have frequently warred wit opinions everywhere.The .

101 I urnt: ... CAJ.OVA.rRtNKLI "Coming through the draw.. person or persons B offending shall be deemed to be lands ofthe state, to the damage or injury of the same, France, and Austria, have no love inter I. following is the card to which we 're

., G".xxl be guilty fined of in a meeor. and ,upon one conviction thousand dollars, shall whether the same are for the support of schools, seminaries We think the feelings ofsectional haired, fer : .:
II a steamer '' a steamer, Or Internal Improvements.
T MBBMS, "Running time," and imprisoned not exceeding six months, or be madeto Sec. 24. Be it further enaaed That if any person orpersonl which existed before hostilities cmmec Mr. Ei-'Ve desire to make, throughthe .

If they burst t1ipes! and boiler, stand In the pillory for one hour, or be whipped not Ih&cut any timber except dead Umber other in the United States, and reached it aggravated clus paper, ,few remak I
Wbpre'sthe i. .ty exceeding thirty-nine stripes, or be both made to stand than Juniper and cypress, on any of the the war are to a paragraph which came e
Merchant crme' intensity during passing
Commission Should a jury in a fury.Make in the pillory and bo whipped at the discretion of the public lands of the state or shall remove or be employ with smoke of the reply Gazette yesterday 'and which eeems
them pay one dime, jury.Sec. cd in removing from the same for sale, such away, and the fleeting Daily ,
Jacksonville :Fla. Or Icn officers to prison, 12th. That it shall not be lawful for any negro, person or persons tibr 5 o1endlnghal bo deemed gUy battle-field; and the retreating roar of artillery -, to have been taken from the New York 'Tribune .

up to time!" mulatto or other person of color, to own, U or keep of trespass upon the and being are destined soon to be unthought of I in relation to my father's 'trtlnt
in Cash or supplies in his possession, or under his control, any bwie duly con\'lcte shall pay the costs of prosecution and a and death. General a -
L. we vlrII4. o advance >'ev Tortc. If they maim or a body; kale, dirk, sword fire-arms or ammunition any tbro times the price of the lands upon forever. Stngmae -
,B mor cODllgnllut t C.JS.'jaUlble., .' i Or a body's ki, ltd. unless he first obtain a license to do so from the .ne such timber was cut or from which such timberwas What use is there in harboring hal after ment that ou father, Johnson, .

Need a body sue a boy. Judge Probate of the county in which he may be a removed: Provided, however this act shall not the war is over, though there ar was accidentally shot by the discharge of his

\\TA19CK' For baggage, life! resident for the time being, and the said Judge cf Probate apply to any actual settler upon the public lands who ed hearts that will life pulsate t own gun, and that a number of surgeons, inValasco
If you sue for damaged is hereby authorized t issue such license, upon Bh&1 cut or fell timber on the same merely for the purpose thrughout theaccidentoccurred,
For pay for what you the of respecUb IP citizens of the of clearing land for cultivation, or for building, the throbs of grief;for on many Texas, where

.ommlselon Merchant, Toe get.broken n lot.lpg, -. recmmedtion,cerlng the peaceful aud orderly character I I fencing"r fuei. for his or her own immediate nse.Sec. a bloody field, he the che hopes of the we applied t for assistance. All refused( ,

FLA. And have to met Ue coat. of the ad any nero. mulll or other per 3d. Be it further enacted, Tha it Iha be and widow the undying mothers/and ad not only butbwdtherreflUpon
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BAY 8TBEET. JACKSONVILLE -.44.-- ron of color s offending, sbal to be guilty is hereby made the special duty of 'the ,and lovers. 0 the Johnson was brother ,
of a and upon shall forfeit to several counties protect the public lands of the sisters, .
SOLICITED. LAWS OF FLORIDA the use misemenor.te all luch cnv1tou. and ammunition state from trespass t, and to prosecute a persons viola But nations and communities must let to the President, ect. In addition, we will

OONSIGNMENS and i addition thereto shall bo sentenced to ting the provisions of this act. rest "in the eternal past" and state that the above are facts, and tht our
parties in ttu country all articles pillory for one hour or bo whipped not Sec. Be it further enacted, That whenever any the thing '
Will purchase fo ltd i 4tb amidst cherishment of affection, father had to send to Columbia, ,
the market price. at the First Session under the Amended both believe that is pure ,d
wish, *l lowell exceeding thirty-nine stripes, or at the discretion sheriff good cause to any person
J c' .then ie Fla. Oct.. 2 -ly Pase Constitution of 1865 of the jury.Sec. committing or has committed trespass noon the statelands .without which man sink to the .brute. we tance of one hundred miles, fora' Fe rl .
L l3tn. That it shall be the duty of the Judge of in his county it shall be his dnty to make dili- have a great national mISon to mini.The surgeon before getting any aitc. Dr. J

'T'F BtCJnIA I An Act to Punish' Vagrants.nd Vagabonds. J Probate to keep an accurate register of all licenses so gent inquiry into the facts, and i be shall ascertain I South presents a field for future de \ Beads is the gentleman who cme.to ather's .
issued as aforesaid, and at each regular meeting of the that such has been cmmite. it Ihal be his
trespass fourteendays
.TACCDNVILLiCOIMISSION, ; i LA. Section 1st. Be enacted by the Senate and Home Board of County Commissioners to lay the same before duty to make complaint Judge of I velopment surpassing any other region of the assistance from Columbia,but

DEALERIN I of Representatives the State of Florida in General them for their supervision, who shall have power to revoke the Circuit Court or a Justice of the Peace, and the globe. varied climate: its helhfule having elapsed, was too late to save his

AnseniUy convened That every able-bodied person any licenses which in their opinion may have said Judge or Justice shall issue his warrant for the ar I the matchless richness of its ; superabundance life, and Dr. Beads says our father died from
who has no visible means of living and shall not be been granted to improper perrons. rest of the offender and cause him to be brought before of
and other minerals medical faculty generally
MILL LOGS, employed at some labor t support blmrl or herself.or See. 14th. That if any negro mulatt. or other per said Judge or Justice, and if said Judge or Justice shall of coal, and iron, neglect, and the >
CEDAR,
LUMBER TIMBER shall be leading an ide.immoral prfgat course son of color Iha intrude Int any religious or I be latisfe that there la raonable cause to believe ; its vast forrest, whose heavy timbers Valasco state that there were too many John-

SHINGLES. LATHS &, '" of life, shall be be a vagrant way be arreeled other assembly of white prsons. or into any ; tat person Cmpllnc against has committed solicit through its very heart the devouring sons now.
ALSO IJJS by warrant issued by any Jnstirc of the Peace or railroad car or other public apart for the trespass upon the I'ublc lnds. he shall take his bond permeatingfrom Gazette winds the paragraph by
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Judge ol the county criminal court, and bound in suffi excusive accommodation of white people he shall be with one or more his appearance at the circular saw; its mighty rver up
a -w Mill M a c 1 i 1 o r y surety for his or her good behavior and future be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction next Dircuit Court,but if be fail to enter into said the mountains to the sa shore; wit saying that everybody knows the above state

Oct.08 3m Jacltson\illc. F. cent v for one J'ear; and upon his or her refusing or ahal be sentenced to stand In the pillory for bond the said Judge or Justice shall commit the prisoner water power and every material for factrie ment to be a abominable faho and for

failing to give such ceurit he or she may be held or one b whipped not exceeding thirty-nine to jail. that could wield a capacity sup- their benefit we will state i
committed for trial criminal court of the stripes, or at the discretion of the jury; nor shall Sec.5th. Be it further enacted That the sheriff b
CIIAS., A FAHtCJIILD, county,and if convicted before said court, shall be it be I lawful for any white person to intrude himself and he is hereby authorized to summon the county ply the world; wit a coast countr and harbor correct, and any one disputing it tells a

IN punished by being sentenced to labor or imprisonmentfor into any religious or other public assembly of colored surveyor and require him t run the boundaries and facilities invite and the falsehood. In conclusion,we will add tat

DEALER a term not exceeding twelve months or by whp,i persons, or Into any railroad car or other public vehicle ascertain the location of any lands in his county upon sailor of clime, whose ships may come the family has just arrived here from ,
GENERAL IERCDAKDIBE DRY GOODS, ping not exceeding thirty-nine stripes or being set apart for the exclusive accommodation of persons which trespass shall have been cmmittt. and In the ever the above
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the pillory not exceeding one hour, or by whippingand of color under the same penalties. eventofthe absence sickness or dibity of the down t us a another Tarsus, from whencethe and, if need be, can testify,, ..
CEOCERIES, UAKDWAilE.ETC.. ETC. being put in the"lor.at the discretion of the ; E $... 15th. That It any person shall form any military county surveyor the sheriff may any other ad its string. and naked millions facts.

jury ; and if any luch person slallbc sentenced to labor I organization this State, not authorized by law, or competent person to discharge such duties, a the be f Say not that such a ANDREW JOITKSON, Jr., .
flay 1'10. may
Srt Ja.onwle the Sheriff or other officer of slit court shal hire shall participate, or aid or abet in the formation of same fees R the county surveyor i paid. Potomac to the Tennessee
ORDIItSl'BOMPTLT out such person for the term to be or shall such organisation, he shall be deemed to be guilty of I Sec. 6ih. Bo it further That for every conviction country extending from the Agent Penitentia 4
ATTEDEH8ltmbr be not excl rig twelve mo ths afore misdemeanor and upon conviction, shall be lined in a uudcr the euace. foregoing sections father of waters, away to the Rio Grande, JAMES JOmS .

1 -tr I &Ilntrnt., proceeds such hiring bhal be paid into sum not exceeding one thousand dollars and imprisoned of this act, the sheriff shall b entitled to such fees & though torn and tattered amidst the devastating Deputy Agent. .
the county treasury. for a term not exceeding six months, or Ibal be are now provided for by inferiorto .
EIL4NJEVS. Sec.; 2d. Be it enacted, That all persons. who made to stand In the pillory for one hour and whipped Sec. 7tli. Be it further enaed. That the money ob tread of the enemy, can long b -- .
at the discretion tke ? The War on the River PU tte The Parapnayan -
may come milhmthe protisionsof first section of not exceedmz thirty-nine stripes by prosecutions foregoing scton any on lob
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW.JACKPOXYIL1 this act, and who go armed and are not known t bo of the jur Provided, That i the person so con ths shall b naid by the sheriff:] to the of The people have gone to work, Army on the Defenive
peaceable and quiet personmay be disarmed by any victed shall, upon the trial, be proved to have accepted the state, & the Te8nrer. upon receipt thereof, with a Suther that will prove theircapacity [From the Panama Star and Herald, Jan 1.
.E, FLA. Sheriff, Constable or Police officer. I an office in such oganlzatou. the penalties hereinprovided shall place one half iu the Treasury of the .
Sec. 3d. Be further enacted. That any Justice of may bo threeold, at the discretion state. and apply the remainder for the benefit of the to overcome al physical obstacles, Via Santiago we have received pap frm
Offke-IfoeL"S Bfock: oter Fro ost Martha I the Peace or Judge of the county criminal court, on his of the jury. fund to which belonged the lands trespassed upon. and to buffet the of life, superior to Buenos Ayres and :Montevideo 17th
own knowledge or on written complaint under oath Sec. 16th. That every person who shall willfully en Sec 8th. Be it further enacted That wbeneve any the heaviest misfortune. of November. -
..2 U from any credible person, shall issue his warrant to tcr into the enclosed laud and premises of another, being Sheriff shall find any timber cut upon any of the public which it one
was
apprehend such person or persons coming under the forbidden to enter therein, or having entered with- lands of the State and being removed therefrom for The ski the energy, the high character, The Paraguayan army, .
..OPEIl. 1. 11 IEE provisions of the first FCction of this act, and shall proc out having been previously forbiden, shall be warned Bae.! other than the deal timber prescribed in the second the the South can never be injured, time feared would cease their retrogade

& HIRBEE, therein as provided in the said first section. or given notice to depart therefrom shall refuse to depart section of this act, it shall b his duty to Mi the nor by the emancipation of the movement and make a 'stand, or even ad-
COOPER 4th. Be it further That if the Sheriff or or having departed shall re-enter without the pre- same and report such seizure the Solicitor tho suppressed the most the Of hasdefinitely
AT L.AW other officer authorized enacle hir such cfender. according vlom consent of the owner shall be deemed to b Circuit, and said Solicitor shall libel and prosecute such negro; as property, its value was vance again on City Corente l
TTOHNEYH- to the sentence of the court, shall any guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction, shall Umber before the Circuit Court of the county in which doubtful and uncertain. Slaver a an in- evacuated the that
person willing to Lire o- take such offender for the ten fined not exceeding oue thousand dollars, or be imprisoned such timber was found either in term time o at chambers stitution was but a phase society. The name and retired into their own territory.

lCKSON4 '. of his or her srntnce. the Raid Sheriff other officer not exceeding six months or be made to stand In which Court shall cause thirty days' notice to b history of the slave and former free states, This gives the allies the advantage of a {
O.Dt.SetolJStorp. imi. Jk employ tnder at any kind of labor that the pillory for one hour and be whipped not exceeding given of such seizure and libel, with tbe order of
,. Cm.vsn. ahal of county com miSons."r the Judge of Pro. thirty nine stripes, at the discretion of the jury. Court thereon setting forth the time and place appointed prove beyond all dispute that in the race for better base of operations, especially in con
: i ubcr I : bad recess of the may authorize or direct Sec. 17th. That if any person or lersons shall wau- for trial, to be Inserted in some newspaper publsh wealth, power and influence, the free states nection with the Brazilian fleet ; but the re-

1- .A. DOGGETT, and it necessary, in al such cases the fherf or tonly injure, deface or disfigure or destroy any house ed near the place of seizure,or by posting up surpassed the slave states. The sectional his liance upon the efficiency of the letter is not
other officer secure so andsentenced or or any fixture thereto or the en in tbe for the period of thirty .
atache.i
may person buiding. public places county difficulties of attacking it
TUBL1C, belonging State or county, of the union, divided in two parts, slave very great, and further, the .
LAW ALSO NOTARY whilst employed outside of the county jai te any days ; and if no person shall appear and claim such tory
A..c4ucErA.f by ball and can of sufficient weight to pre\ent es city, town or to another person or persons or shall timber aud give bond to defend the prosecution thereof ; and free, prove the same thing. The section the Paraguayans have been 'enormously -

.Cn cape. move into any tenant house or other building, be. And to pay the cOlt in case be shall not support his al distribution of power, when the government increased. They are now concentrated -
bcc. Sth. Be it further enacted That\hen the board longing to another person, or to any religious or wor- claim, the Cour proceed to decree the sale of said front to their
.- n4\ mtn connected With noting andOfficetemporily of county commissioners of the county shall be of opinion t-hippi ig assembly, without leave trout the person oi timber, shall sell the same at public auc first commenced, taking the Susue offering a very respectable
nth ? : ) a rs. any person who may have been convicted under persona in chare. or shall injure any spring well or at such time Sherf place and after such public noticeas hannah a a dividing line and only i enemies, and are well defended by the natural
der'I p .: .. tha provisions of this act and who shall not have water used by any worshipping assembly, or belongIng ton Court by its order may direct; and in the event jority existed in favor of the Nor in the configuration of their country as well as by '* *

-j ---. 3SO. direction,or of the of Probate, ha 8 conducte possession of any church, tchool-house, educationalor a time for the trial of cause and shall, on Le Norh of \
HART himself herself Judge 8 employed that charitable buiding. or shall sever and carry away day appointed,or &soon thereafter a may be, rid of slave as last as possible, ad began toget Beside all this the heat and unhealthiness ,

B. chonld be no longer held, said bad of county commissioners from the land or freehold of another any propertyor and determine the cause according to law ; and I riche and,jmoje.powerful than .the the swamps begin Jto tell upon the allied .ar- -< ?
"' & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, may discharge such person from the further thing attached thereto, or any par thereof, or judgment shall be given for the Claimant O ea" ko. )b; ..': .ArrdfiSi wuLit-is tirj *JCiro'.:*i'o-be _woW1--*---_ -.--
;.ATn oJNE' operation of his or her sentence, upon his or her paying shall trespass e n tbelud of Mother down ana r.ta appear a iiarcuniT HLat tkere I possible and in .I w1t the' Northbecome ed at that some newspapers on the other side .
:: -; what may remain dne of the costs of prosecution or in any mauer valuable timber theron able cause seizure, the said Court shall cause a proper paln
j" ..:. and including his or her exceeding one dollar in value, with a view to convert certifiicate or entry to be made thereof and in luchCae every Where had the of the Andes talk of deferring the renewal of -
W1U practice if the SIt and CnitodSUtes Conr la- en cmmitment giving bond with suppor good whist the same to his own use, unless such person or per the Sheriff who made the seizure Ihan not be liable South. pore cities, supplying Stte with hostilities, and even of a friendly -settlements
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Dec.- ties in lucb sum .they may prescribe for future good sons be traveling or moving about any road, hb and byaccident to action, suit or judgment,on account o ouch seizure nearly all they consumed; vast mis mannufacturing Several Chilenos and foreigners in Monte-> -
for '
otherwise the rime I
behavior; Provided that the county commissioners or requires ow and prosecution. and
shall knowingly ai d maliconsly cut That all monies re every product into'ch articles, video appear to have purchased partly .
ARCHIBALD T. BANKS, shall have to convicted immediate use, or .. Sec 9th. Ie it further enacted
-- 3.TT. power discharge any_.person.'_____. ..*.* *_ .1..1..< .ivo.of------r' -*---> ceived from mo sale or umoer condemned ant11d & railroads traversing and bisecting the land, or fully fitted out some three or four privateers .
'UE --H,4'heat such a i to require hi or her be personally present forbidding the same aoresaid. shall be paid into the Trur tbe Stt and floating palaces ploughing wave ? to sail under the Chilian flag, and prey -
FLBD. .and when in their opinion person er not or shall knowingly or r aliciously destroy 01 legal costs and every ,
attend promptly Cn all ',usiness Intrusted t hlBcr unable to pay what may be duo for costs and for his 1 I cry away the rails or boards, wood or other timber Sec. 10th. Be it further enatd chares., if any person Echo answers where f Yet the North, the on the commerce of Spain on that coast -
Wi t JuIy29tfi her of another or shall wilfully and maliciously breakdown shall obstruct resist or oppose Sheriff Surveyor fre beginning a trade
IUppr.Se.6t. it further enacted. That i such person mar,deface or otherwise injure any gate, fence in the discharge of the duties Imposed by this act, o on bleak Iachutt.England :with no other i northern Creditors and:Southern Debt
be minor the court before hedgo or ditch inclosing the land of another or throw hinder them the cOt
conviced as a vagrant a attempt to obstruct or theri ors. *
i FRANCIS I. WH EATON, whom be or she shall b convit.shall bind him or down or cut away any fence, any mill-dam or dams person hal offending shall on conviction b fned less capital but rocks and ice, these and more

at Law and Cclicitor i Chaucer] her as an apprentice sme trade or Ocup. whatever. or shall uiabciously cut away, let loose, than two bundre dollars for each and every offence, than these. And i was to get slavery out of The New York Chamber of Commerce.

Attorney tion, not beyond the time when such l'ers i destroy any raft, boat, or other craft or'es, at the discretion of the Court. the clutches of this powerful free state section undertook, at is recent meeting, to inaugurate ..
.ACKo1n'ILLE FL. arrive at twenty-one years of and female lei of another or carry the same from iu moorings or llth. Be it further That if any Sheriff *
corner of Fotrythe : !arket-sreb. not sha beyond the time when she ae. i elgbel'nyean shall maliciously destroy, injure or secrete any goods, Sc.fail neglect to enacte. duties imposed on that the weaker slave state section, a most important movement, the influence >

December OJc t of age. and during such time such minor chattels or valuable papers of another or shall enter hal by this act, be shall be fined fifty dollars for each was willing;aye, anxious t encounter the. of which on the business and. industrial-

shall i all respects b subject to the laws regulating upon the garden, orchard or improved land of another in-- I care of tresspass committed in his county which he horrors of civil war. interest of the South-if it is pressed t $ a-
and wilfully and maliciously sever, destroy or have failed or neglected to prosecute,which fine '
C. GILLIS aprrentce. 'tb. it further enacted That the monies arising jure the trees, shrubs, grain, grass, hay fruit or vege san be upon the motion of the Solicitor of But"let old things be forgotten; the only practical conclusion-can scarcely be exag-
from the hire of vagrants shall be applied by the table there being or Ihal maliciously injure, removeor Iha1 impos. first term of the Cou and the Sheriff hop the South is that its fields b culti Derated. It seems they resolved to menio-

ATTORNEY AT LAW county commissioners, after the payment of cost, to deface any mile Itone,pst or guideboard erectedon Circuit a upon his official the amountof ; its mines explored; its power ralize Congress forthwith to pass a law 'ex
the debt of the ant. and if he shall not be indebted any public way, or any false post or sign, said flue or fines, and it shall be the duty of the S compelled to be subservient to manufactures, erupting suitors in the Federal courts, in.the .
,the same for the benefit of the orphans board,remove, or dcfacor ceitroy any lign.bard.lamp licitor to bring suit upon said bond at the request
JACKSONVILLE, FLA, and .hal the county, unless such vagrant has or Imppost pavement, tide-walk or the Register of Public Lands ;and the said fines, when its marble and its minerals and valuable timber States recently rebellion, from the opera

a wife and Ior chiden. in which case i shall be applied any any bridge, or any way street or collected, shal. after deducting all legal costs and worked up, its intellect trained and cultivated tion of the State statutes of limitation for a

M, iv:,s, to their passage, or extinguish the lamp or light the of person misdemeanor or charges b into the Treasury of tbe State. and sense and virtue enough put into period long enough to give "loyal" creditors
shall be deemed a
further That all Sheriffs and iiersons so offending guilty Be it further enacted That in cases of
Be it Sec.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW Sc.8tb. c&ted. shall be by a a the heads of the people to induce them to to enforce their claims. Certain -
ATTORNEY & the several counties of this. and on conviction, punished under this act, the Sheriff, Surveyor and in opportunity
Coultble give win to some Justice of the Peae Stle. fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, or k-e impriaoned prosecution informer shall competent wltec. make everything at home that can be made, members of the Chamber, who favor

LAKE cIr, FLA.DR. I' all inforaton'itiu knowledge In their respectivecounties. not exceeding six months or be put in the pillory Sec 13th. Be b further enated Tha i shall be the and to spend what money they have to spare this proceeding, take the ground that statutes -
Dec 23-tf be not exacedmg thirty-
for one hour or whipped furnish the
of the of the ;
Approved the Oovernorjan. 12, lf.CC. nine stripes, oi be put in the pillory and whipped at duty Sheriffs of each Register county the Stat necessary information of all at home, among home people, for home in- of limitation to suits on contracts are re-

GEO. K. the discretion of the jury. the State their respective counties.Sec. terest; and build up cities and towns and condilable-with justice only tbd -supposition
1cPIIElHON. An Act Prescribing addition Penalties for the Corn mis Sec. ISth. Thatifauy person shall wilfully and roaiicioubly laud. i further enacted That the act entitled hamlet and density the population, and cultvat that ths parties have had opportunity to enforce --

Physician and Surgeon. Lion Offences against the State, and for other pur ki by poison or otherwise any horse, animal mare. "an act to prevent tresspass upon the School Seminary enrich the soil, and drain the wet their claims through the usual courts
Office corner of Ocean and Forsy tbe streets, formei poses. gelding foal, male, ass, or other beast or and Internal Improvement Lands, and to recover
Rlicenc of A. Reed, Nov4-3rap Section 1st. Be it enacted by the Senate and Uousc belonging to another or cut off the ear or tail, put out damages for the use and occupation of the same," ap place thercot and plant everything that will justice ; and that as it was impossible during
J. wound
E. of Representatives of the State of Florida in General the eye or otherwise dismember disfigure or pro\ed on the 13th day January, 1849, be and the grow, up churches, and schoolhouses the war for creditors to collect their -

Dr. J. A. N. TO DD. Assembly convened That whenever in the criminal any beast or animal belonging such to another animal, or or maliciously offer or- :; same is hereby repealed : Prvide.however that for ; and make the sons and daughters getup debts in the Southern States by legal process;
administer to
II AS removed to .Jacksonvin. Fl., and will contlnuiI laws ofti State Is,limited heretofore to fine enacted and imprisonment the punishment,or expose to snc plAn any any poisonous substance, with I parties trespass offending committed may prior be te passage tried and of this punishedunder act, the early, and the boys, and the bachelors justice requires that all the period of the re

( the practice of bis pesion all its branches of to fine ofencl there shrll be superadded, a intent same should be taken, shall bo deemedto the provisions of the iudiced. and the husband keep out bellion should be excepted from the time .

Bay Offie an.,where Rooms.be- found C. Nichols all hours Building, nnlesu, an alternative imprisonment the punishment of standing in the pillory be guilty of a Ioreauor. and ou one conviction thousand shall dollars Approved,by the Goveror. ac. rooms saloons, and fixed for the limitation of actions in those
may be by
professionally b a for one hour or whipping not exceeding thirty- punished, or be 1ne not exceeding six mouths or b Au act to establish, uniform weights and measures come home early at nigh and read unti the States. Resolutions embodying these views

Sept. 23-6m eg.ge nine stripes oa thebre- back, or both, at the discretion put In the pillory imprisoned forone hour and be whipped not exaecdinj to be used throughout the State o 1'rda old hour of and are were unanimously adopted, and a special

of Sec.the Jury.3d. That the severance from the freehold of any thirty nine stripes at the discretion of the Soc. 1st. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of goo sn the greatest section on the globe, committee was straightway appointed 'to' -
of the State of Florida in General Assembly
The Jacksonville Hotel agricultural production or fxtur or any part thereof Representatives trader throw history, political economy, sttIstic carry them out.
That engaged M a
no
the same, jury.Se 19th. That it shall not be lawful for any per. person
known the Florida and the felonious,taking away cnvene and
formerly ad and to the wind
other -
(
Duu shall deemed and held to be larceny, and punished hunt or range with a gun within the enclosed in shall buy, sell, or use any everything -w- : -
HAG been thoroughly repaired and newly fur. b b land or premises of another without the permission weight or measures In trading than are made and used some sin or other we are a God forsaken Excellent Enterprise. :

,is now open for the accommodation of th See..ncb. if perspn shall excite an insurrection of the owner, tenant orporson having control teref. to the standard prescribed by the Congress people, and let the yankees take the being
travelling pnblic- any portion or class of the aud to offending shall bo deemed to of the United Stt. cuutrJ We are happy to learn that efforts are
or sedition amongst any any person and the Devil take the hindmost.
I Commissioners shall at the
HADDJCK & DRYSALE population of this or shall attempt, by "Tiing. ty of a misemeanor. and on conviction shall be punished Sec. 3d County made by a few of our prominent citizens
stte. sealed and
Oct. 14-tf of their county provide weights Friend
Petor.lOB. to excite such. provided The last foregoing section. charge raise subscription a fund
spkng. or by meanl : a to the foregoing section,and deposit to by voluntary ,
according .
ride measures
shall Sec. 20th: That if shall take, or use -
the person or persons 8 onen0ng I any person of with a stamp sufficient to construct a large and commodious :
o with the Judge
the consentof Ihe same l'rbate.
CARDT. F. T7BM1N of and conviction horse, mare, mule ass or ox, without
t1U.JF be a felony, upon any
decmod to guilty
be measures, also brand for The Court has recently It is'
shall suffer'death: tho owner or person having charge thereof whether for all met weigbtl.aud a I Supreme ofTennc institution of learning in Quitman.
JOHN CABBY & CO. with the letter F.
.__.Sec. That if any person shall administer poison the person so taking riding or using such horse mare and measures,each shall have decided a case which is regarded a estimated that five thousand dollars wilt be
in
MANCPACrr: OF to 41b, with Intent to deprive bl or her of life,be, mule, ass or ox be in the employ or service of the owner ofa Bc. 3.weights And every and trader masuresbrought county to the Judge generally interesting, on account of its bear sufficient for the erection of the building.
be deemed to not be she shall be deemed guilty
abettors thereof or or I
'
STEAM ENGINES SAW MILLS, SUGAR ROLLERS she and their aiders and and conviction thereef, b misdemeanor, and on conviction, shal be punished of Probate and made to conform to the sealed weightsand ing value of Confederate money. There is very little doubt ont that the amounts

ICON AKD BRACS CASTINGS.JAcR40Nv1 guilty suffer death.of a felony, upon & as is provided in the lat foregoing section. measures, and stamped or branded .approve I The action was to recover on a note for $800, will be promptly subscribed, for our people* .

Sec. Sth. That any o persons shall plot Sec 21st. That is shall be the duty of the Shcrf and receive a certificate of the Bme. and pay I on which $30 had been paid in Confeert are enterprising and zealous for the success
i fixed
: be
bye
L.LIC FL./V. p such fee
to murder another or Ms Deputies, and the Constables in each .may County CmmlBionen
consult or was given Schools and
pay
cnfr and miller all local
into Sec. 4th. Every trader money. receipt of improvement
of said and to inquire euged
county,
so plotting the
the or
OL 2U shall advise the same, person persons peace
conspiring or shall be deemed to the preserve violation of the criminal laws, and on being inform and selling with weights and meuure tested according ment in that kind of currency, but the note churches are the salvation c* = country.

be consulting guilty of a felonyand avilng.upon conviction thereof.shall ed of such violation, it shall be their duty to take the t the foregoing section in after county in which was not ceite. The Court held that the Educate your children-instill in their minds
public
F. M. MYRELL, be fined and imprisoned, or be made to stand inthe necessary steps to bring such ofeuder to punshmenl.Approved he or has been may lye.by In tr mont that said notice Stte was not such a svereig habits industry, morality, and love and
discretion of the the Governor, Cmmllone.
Steamboat and Ship Agent, pWo1 and b whipped, at the by .an 1 weight and measures have provide shall be and independent political a respect for Deity, and you leave them a legacy

Jur. That If any person or person shall assault An a to establish and enforce the marriage "relation fined lesicthan ten do/lara/ nor forty dollars thorized it to coin money, or issue its notes of which they cannot be despoiled, and
And Commission Central Forwardlpi between of color. said fine to the County Treasury.Sec.
6L. intent to commit rape, or bo ac persons go t bonds and bind the people of the than .
& with in trading after the or sUe far greater and more valuable gold; -
feale. All engaged
:M K Tt c X NT, wht conviction thereof, Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRepresentatives 5th. persons .
Sec. '
be
1 or they upon 1s. summoned States for the there
of the State of Florida in General Assembly foregoing notice has been given, shall bo Confederate payent Qtiitman (Go.) Banner 20th vU.

Bay Street, Kacinnh, Georgia. shall suffer 7th That death.U person or persons shall be convicted I convened, That it shall be required of all the to appear at a stated tim to answer before the Bar ; that the Government United .

(second door Westt.f A. Low t Co.) Sec. of the crime any of burglarly, he 01 they hall suffer colored inhabitants ofthhs State claiming t bo living i of a majority whose ofthe it shall said be Board try of the County said party C or par States could not undertake the enforcement GENERAL LEE.-General Robert. E. Lee,:,
farilittai, .in connection with Stem be fi ned in an not exceeding one thonsanddollarsand -r. together in the relation of husband and and who ers, duty t and the of made payable in
death.or this
unlural aUoun\ ties according to the provisions of act, money issue is now on a visit to Richmond connection'' .
HAS and Adams Express :) exceeding six have not been joined such agreeable to the laws regulating contrct I
ad Ualral C. imprisoned moutorbe a desire Judge of Probate. for issuing the summons, and the for overthrowing its ; interests of
to.stand in the pillory for on-; the tame, and who shall mutually t shall be fees purs with the Washington College ;
IUnt*to-Banter t Ganijnell.Bell, Wylly&Chris me not exceeding thir1-nlu stripes, at the discretion continue in thateiton. within nine mouths from Sherf. for for serving the same th* same In the Circuit aUoc. s that ( money was issued without any authority General Lee is quietly performing his duty '
tian. Savannah, Ga. Oeo. F. B. of the jury. passage of at. appear before some person legal. prescribed shall have whatever and was therefore of iho '
a I C. L and See.6th. And that all traders and millers 'wor- in dillgient efforts for the advancement -
Davis, W. shall la the authorized to perform the marriage ceremony
A. Huff. ,
AaCIt E Lrl&C. 1a See8Lh.ThatUaDypOr5On or persons ly their measures tested every two yean less in the for the property preexisting the admiratioti
P. p. house or be regularly the holy bonds of matrimony ; weights an payment interests of the institution, to .
and enter Into
e ca Le Ge."fr.Ln Darien. J. Ataut. .& A..D L lib tme.break subject of or any shall In buld and if any joiue person i,either male or femae. after the and receive cerfcat of to the fine same, and In the upon neglect debts. The Court, however, said i of the students and of all who know anything.

GrlJ.JackIUYWe Fin. Teaadale*Bead,U. time DO, br.k' and burgl mansion, or other expirationoithe time limited In this lb be found to section.do so, shall subject foregoing conclusion ; "But we do not say that a < ofbisexhaulted worth. The prospects ; of

Ca: _PlUa. F [Oct. U-mp houM shall, ,'with conviction intent to commit, be punished a felony by a he,fine she or not they exceeding been cohabiting joined.husband together,and they wife and such and of who tem have shall not be Approved.by the Gveruor.. might not arise involving Confederate mon Washington College are.very encouraging!." :

upon thousand dollars and imprisonment not deemed t b guilty ol a misemeanor.ad upon conviction ey as the basis of an executed contract, Large subscriptions havebeen, made to the .
one
S. C. in the bo and penalties BUSINESS FALLING OFF ra NEW OELKANS.- where the of the vested,, H. .
DennUIIL", exceeding six mouth.or by standing pillory \ panl rights paie we. fund of the college lately.. C. McCbr-
boat not exceeding prescribed by the statute for the punishment of fornication A late despatch from New Orleans saysBusine.s :- for
for one = thr which the courts, society,, mick Chicago donated $10,000,' and the ,
ATTORNEY' AT; :.LAW nine stripes, by both whipping and standing i and aulteT. generally is falling: and advices '
'I discretion o of the See.3d. issue of such prior cohabitation of her would not disturb. additional sum of$9,000 was refused in Bat- -

OCALA, FLORIDA.Win plo. at., if any person ju" shaU willfully shall be legitimized by the act of marriage so regularly of similar import come us from Tex- timore, and $8,000 in the Valley of Virgin

fire to or bum 'an cotton,, contracted aforesaid, and be thenceforth entitled to *
and maliciously
attend promptly t all business entrusted to J I grain, fodder, bay, Ir or other agricultural)product, all the rights.and privileges of a legitimate oflprng. as.Goods can now be bought cheaper in Galveston THE Louisville Democrat defines a "loyal I -r- .' '

D I6-tf, e r ,.bU e same be gathered Into bulk or be standing Sec 3d. That for tho purpose of under and Houston than they can here.- man" t b who loves the Governmentso A-French lawyer has made a, .bequest, of"
.: I*tbefield or shall cause or procure the evidence of such marriages a may take place the there at. auction change ,it before he $20,000 to the lunatic assylum of his ..town-
o done, shall willfully and maliciously the of this act,it shall be the duty of Parties are buying goods Gut ne
be or provisions "
same to or born any house or building not the subject le Clerk of Circuit Court of tie county in and sending them here and to New York for thinks it fit to i u I earned this"money, his will states,, fty'

DIES FOR 1866. 'ar t r any fence "or other enclosure, or any which the ceremony may have been perormed. upon sale. Fears are entertained by old businessmen The same paper : "The abuse of the thepatronage of-those who go to law;. iny
an the same be d ne he,, application of the and a telder fees, is but restitutionAn ." *
cause or procure prie. doctrine Staterights gift a
f)1 te RevebUs and other Tables. Met she shall, conviction, t punished by a to enter the marriage upon the register of that a "smash up" must come sooner or harderFeer. present, ,
8 ..t k1ndTbe Life of Crl euenotexceedhiig or they upon one'thousand; d&Uars aud,by imprlsonmrtat marriage licenses in his office. ism popular; the great abu wi] .J

1. 1ap YorsiI.b new w kaD station&I not exceeding six month, or by ,standing .' Sec.4th. That If any person shall practice a fraud later.The brick stores in the central part of the rnnder the former equally popular : iron theatre, with a hotel/Attachei is

D.kO.ars4&1ret.tor the' sale of .Stngers 8ewini in the pillory for one hour or by whipping not and exceeding .'I upon the any marring person of ceremony color by Illegality for them assuming, be or to they perform city were recently sold for less than the while. One extreme always leads to the being constructed at Sydney, Australia, to be! .

??, New York thirty-nine stripes,or by both whipping ltl4. I heir ,and ,abettors, shall deemed to b could bought fnr.A I other," erected at the new ,
t. the
No.. I-I a te .pr lug in the pillory at the discretion of JUT; '. .\I aier I" 'b I brck b .
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I IfceJACEB05YILLE rib Itui u We consider that after the bloody -terrors 1_. The time '\'vnsi, 'J' -i the hiStortoCtho', United President_ Johnson on ;Xrjrro"WASHINGTON '8D ',...e. r HER PASSENGERS AND CARGO BA.V- d &,;:E. ;OWE,

.. > of the grand conflict there JsPo' Lntenipcronce -, ,StatcVwhen.. Constitution. framed by' the ,.Jan. 28.-The Prcsident" to ED.

< .' 1888 ,of opinion here to compare wifli,the:utterances Sap '76 stood second in men's affections onfrtoth day:said to certain distinguished Senators [From the_Savannah XaUoaal Republican.99th aft)
IBB. _3, of Southern fire-eating franchise to be again called upon to announce Merht
'ediJorsJ 'famfly bible. For freedom those men that the agitation of the negro We regret
'". } These foolish instructors-argue of yore { : in the District of Columbia, at this the loss of another steamship plying c:BOn 71
t:4 J, 'X. mc..Laun41tor aai Proprietor. from the'mouth of the"pistol and the\point periledjall, 8 suffered much, and through the time question'was merely the entering wedge to' the between this city and the North. Our city .c ROn I" HEW

J ;, SPLICES T. AsiocUte Editor.COHGRESSIOXAL. of the Bowie knife ; we resist,with cpol argument. -:. te ibl 'struggle. which they had .passed, agitation, of 'the question throughout the was startled on Saturday by the report that i YOx.cO..lonl .

They brand with approbrious epithets learned to revere the freedom they had won i' States, and was ill-timed, uncalled for and another steamer was lost, the sensation moo- 0 SOLICITED.

.. and threaten with personal violence ; to calculated to do great harm. ,according to their usual custom coloring ;
transmitted gers
and safely
.with offers of pardon and .faciltiea that might'be engender enmity suit their own depraved Prompt attention to sales of lasrehawUsei
we reply would to
I believed that it the tidings P
There is than that the spirit He dace parehss Commission, and
,r' .' nothing surer for return to the Union. They elect tb.} most'! their posterity, they framed_a written instrument : contention and strife between the two"races, and morbid taste for excitement- by reportingthat vances uiad*. :. Liberal. .

of abolitionism Is philanthrophy Intensifiedi bitter enemies of the Government 'to office f t to be' eTgreat landmark and bulwarkof I and would lead to a war between them which every soul on board had perished not BW fcy iHnaJMlMa to Henry

:: into madness species ot insanity-on the we timply ask these enemies to promise or- freedom, and guide of that posterity. The would result in great injustice to both and one person surviving to tell the dreadful tale a Co, 1M Bueedwy ?. Ueana.Jn X.. J.Smith 8w:

( '-' mind otomc'men, and which is often employed I dinary fealty.-They I hunt Federal. officers, infants to ,lisp its certain destruction to the negro population. of the disaster. COL. 1 B d: Fs. Kemp, CoTll.
v.. X: assassinate Federal soldiers, and ,make the tongues were taught Precedence he thought, should be givento Our reporters were soon on their way to Wa. .I Ke."o.Benhaa,10$ Broad st

by the astute ,but unprincipled, to presence Federal 'civil agents most.uncomfortable praise, and patriotism to hallow it in,ttie, af- more important, and vrgent matters, legia- proper headquarters ascertain how much : :. Jib 3-3mp'

10- advance personal ends, of to' gratify cowardly if not", dangerous-To all this fections. To talk of altering that! Constitution -. ,tion upon which was essential for the restor truth there was in the rumor, and below we 8. M.:C. GARY

f hate. The U. 8. Rump Congress-not our rejoinder is : "Come .back, give. your. was to startle the American mind, and ation of the Union, the peace of the country give all the facts that are known up 'to the ,

the Congress ofthe United States, known' to word: -to" be truly- loyal, and all shall be' forgiven ; to rally around it a cordon of noble and-true and theprosperty of the be people.implicitly relied up- time unfortunate of our going affair.On .to press, relation, to the Attorney at, Law,
The foregoing
may
/ ." the nations of the world as existing in history In ordinary cases the press is supposed to' spirits to guard it against any change? that on as true. Saturday afternoon Messrs. La Roche OCALA.AlUOJr; CW, 1XA.,

!' l under a written constitution; but of a sectional reflect the tone of the people ; but in this instance would endanger its principles. For its pres- Jan. 28.-Official news to &; West the agents of the splendid steamship I..,. I .
t WASHINGTON,
number of those States,sitting under we are willing to believe that the*reverse -Lcrvation.. Southern and Northern men Struggled the 29th of December has been received from Richmond,received the following telegraphic WTUpraitloein tis fkate sad United Bw .
is the fact. For if the tone of certain If- despatch announcing the loss of one of ribs ;
-. .. the semblance of a o goYernment..which. in its in the Southern States, against fanaticism, until at last the very Mexico. .
leading journals may against their steamships:
4... every act of legislation, every hour is a deS- be taken to be a reflex of the popular sentiment love thereof forced the men of the South: to Juarez The French at El Pascobut had sent abandoned an expedition it on learn Editor Savannah, National Republican : DWD

truction ofthat United States government completed reconciliation is is not vein so of near ill-, bear it away from desecrations as the ark of ing that he bad made preparations to repel The following telegram has just been re LET,

claiming to be the guardian of the rights of as we had hoped for.-There a those journals their political covenant. But alas! so long them. ceived: BAJOOBIl
will through
apparently running
a free people-or rather a people once free- which does not betoken good for the has it been assaulted, that it has ceased to be of BALTIMORE, Jan.' 27th, 1866. : ,
Proceeding CongreM. QO"W"6tll
3fettrs. La Rock & West : 3STo. Street
utterly tramples those rights under the heel Unioa ; the covert sneer is giving place to venerated, and now it has become a thing for Bill Enlarging the Powers of tbe Freed- Richmond went ashore north of Hatterason N1lcvYonJ.:: ,
of faction. defiance, and the names of some of our until it Bureau Passed the Senate. : .
a despotic open tinker to hammer at men'* safe
political and vessel
Tuesday Cargo .
every
passengers ; tlovzRNMzlT S Stocks
; ,Bonds and
best are used in a calculated to estrange 25. md"
men G
But a Uttl<<..while ago the people of the and alienate rather way than to assimilate has lost its once sacred and beautiful propor- WASHINGTON, January probably lost. U bought sad sota t"u
the bill enlarging weal desitsU.
District Columbia., by an overwhelming and reunite. Certainly this is to be regret- tions. It is no longer the Temple of Liber- The Senate to-day of thA passed Freedmen's Bureau. (Signed) J.BRANDT Jr. 1 m&ab&dgst.unsettled a o os
the powers SAV'H. Jan. 27 66 6 o'clock P.:M. 1t P-
declared it with their ted. The results of the war are positive, the libations ticular tie aegotiattoai.
vote, incompatible ty-the shrine at which freedom pours i its The House adopted a resolution instructingthe LA ROCHE & WEST. Paper and Bills. ). ,. .o O1

sense of right and justice, that a class of persons conclusions are definite. the changes thereby be -but it has become a lever of destruc- Committee on the District of Columbiato The Richmond left our port on Monday, Ii

that the Constitution of the United effected no possible are gain complete in cursing and final, while; there much can maybe tion to the Peace of the nation, and a dead I report a bill excluding who voluntarily from the entered right the of the 22d inst, for Baltimore,under the command i Admini trator' Notice

States, and the decision of the highest authority achieved by moderation. We do not ask fall to minorities. And-yet still it' 'must be suffrage parties of Captain Barney one of the most experienced -
service of the late Confederacy.The officers in the commercial -
of the Judiciary have never recog- the conductors Southern journals to admire tinkered. As, it has ceased to bo,the palladium discussion of the amendment to the marine.and capable Her cargo, which was a AL p I ,-,4.J oDc7.against t dlll estate o

:nized as citizens, should not be admitted to a public man who may have been their bete I of the liberties of"the posterity" of those Constitutional basis of representation was re valuable one. consisted of 335 bales of Up- a hereby DUt t ..
but fact ,
on6 little signed
they b.
noir in former yeajs; Mr. Bingham, : prescribed by
the rights of citizens, and jet, an ,abolition cannot shut from their vision-these men are : who framed it, it must now,become the .de sumed. During the debate Reconstruction Committee land cotton and a large amount of assorted law aad an penoee w t the sett-estate, .
who is member of the required and
faction in the disrupted government of a disrupted of the victorious side ; they may do and say : pository of newly created rights, franchises a said it had under consideration another merchandize. is list of her : ment. t come mn. m. imit.pay.

Union, has cone so far in the infliction much that is offensive be made to the making losing party facesor and hopes of the negro-a people once for- amendment to the Constitution pro- James The following Loftus, L.a M.: Harrison passengers, Miss M. E. B FLEMING *tw DANIEL.. ,Attys.

_ of their insane legislation as to pass an but calling nothing names.can Let them by be met by sound eign to its purposes/end unknown to its pro- tecting the rights of all persons, white enforced or Waddell, Mr. Cornell and sister, W. P.Armstrong _

act in the Rump House of Representatives, argument, by compact logic, by sincere pa- visions except as chattels. Is not this revo- black, which had not heretofore of in been Congress.- M. Lively and lady, M. Weichflelder. L.L FLEMINGJ.J.DANIEL.. .
owing to the want power stock
forcing the rights of citizenship upon the triotism, and there will be, at least, a chance lution ? Is it not worse-aye infinitely worse Strouss, of Pennsylvania and Nicholson, The Richmond Brandt was owned Jr. and by a Rober joint Lehr, FLEMING & DANIEL

in the District of Columbia the for the right. No cause ever advanced, no ? Secession sought to Delaware favored the admission of Southern company, Jacob ,
negro over -than secesion pre- of of Baltimore,jointly owning upwards of two Attorneys at Law
lose vituperation.The
cause ever failed to by in the debate
expressed will of a people for whom that mover be ever so offensive, his con- serve the Constitution ; .to tear it from the representatives to participate thirds of her stock. We have every reasonto ,

constitution was alone made, and whose duct ever so may outrageous, his motives ever so diabolical machinations'ofthose who tram- so much concerning their interest. believe that immediate efforts will be made Jacksonville, Fa.Teb .
WASHINGTON Jan. 29.-The Senate to-day merchants generally who are interested s. ,, S-tf
was base but the who calls names gives and his by our "
rights it framed to ; opposer it but Tn.\p: STEVENS
protect.A pled upon ; the the
for
and sinks below the level of discussed the bill to provide protection in the Baltimore trade, to replace 9
the contest
few bold and bad men have done more,, up respect.-N. 11 Times. unprincipled cohorts seek to mutilate eviscerate of persons without distinction of coloror Richmond by another steamship of her class, SALE OP. ESCHEATED .

and are daily doing more, to the destructionof .1-.1 it, and pass it down to a later posterity race;in their civil rights. and thereby continue the line, the maintain-
We nave given our woru to ue."iruiy ioyal offered amend by inserting to the Lands.
Mr. Trumbull to of which is of importance
constitutional liberty, and the overthrow a mangled corpse of what it once: was, ance great .:
," and yet we have not been "forgiven. I that all persons of African descent born future prospects of our city.

ofrepublicnnism, than the world] in arms Not however that we care on this account, stinking in the festering corruption with in the United States, are citizens thereof, and The Richmond was fully insured in the BY virtue of the p1 of a Act act,approved authorizing JanaaryUth.lMe the-

could ever have been able to accomplish.And .- for we reel that we have never sinned. Yet which fanaticism has inoculated itIt mrst made a speech in support of the bill Marine, Mutual and other Baltimore companies .I of Etrh.ftt4 Li&ds, "A I t county of Yolu-

yet-sad misnomer-this is called a land be amended again and again by a major por- Mr. Saulsbury replied, contending that, to an amount of at least sixty thousand ,and formerly belonging 1 t e of John Eaton
we have wished to be, and arc "loyal be- the liberties of the white man were entitledto dollars. deceased.I wiM offer I E' E
"Oh what tion of the States and be submitted to the Florida, on the fifth day of ,
in ,
ofliberty Liberty, thy name cause we have ever been true to constitution- some consideration, and that it was timeto The Richmond was one of the fastest vessels lands lately belonging the estate Jt. t.Eaton

crime are not committed." obligations. We never sought to over- minor portion for these to accept and ratify cease shedding tears for the negroes.A that entered our waters,averaging twelve. to wit i.)ot no t 4 section IS, sad lot,No.no 1

The bill to give the right suffrage to the such amendments as will stultify these. Under resolution was ordered and referred to miles hoar'and was built in a most substantial c 18. In Township 1'.et of Range SO,east, '-
ride that instrument, nor to alter it that we i 41... PommSttpft on Xftvtil Affairs, tendering! containing 183 99-100 acres, mor o 1
free of the District of Colombia, that ConstitutionJhcy are to be in the LUC JUWW1 : manner. Terms cash la .
negroes of others under Far-
the Rear-Admiral ct&
might trample rights the thanks Congress to : HUGH A. CORLXT.Feb .
passed the House on the 18th inst., by a vote our feet. union for the purpose of degrading themselves -j, raguttand his officers for their gallant con- MARINE LIST. 3-3m : Register Public Lands. 3

of 110 yeas, to 54 nays. ,but out of it, whenever their interest or i duct in Mobile Bay in August, 1864. I \ .

Will the Senate stay this mad proceeding? We are to-day more "loyal" than those of i their honor are to be vindicated. Great God! In the House, Mr. Raymond of New York oirr OF JACKSONVILLE SEGAES! !
influence to keep us out of those who maintainedthat
who use your refuted the positions SEGA
you of the North longer endure to Arrival
Will it defend an outraged constitution ? Or Ca'n the people
counsels of the nation and who still the Southern States,were out of the Un- ..
of the Choice. -
will it go down, too, beneath the angry tide have the Constitution of their fathers thus ion. This he denied, and maintained that Jan 27-Stmr.LIzzla Baker King, Qsvaaoali Very
We arc more to John S. Batnmla, t: Co.
untold us.
of fanaticism, and make good the candidacyof press wrongs upon desecrated and Liberty thus stabbed by par- Congress has no more power to do anything and Jan.pataengen 27-Scar.Lilly-Jones, Voluaia to Muter. Domestic. Segars--Various. Brands.

"loyal" than that vagabond horde of adven- acidal hands! The South lies helpless till a against them than against the other States. Jan.39-Stmr. Helen Getty-Ingrmbm, Savannah. ALSO ,
the the
to
Rump Congress
distinguishingclaim like canon The States having reorganized, the mdi.and pasaengen to John 8.Sammifl,Jc: Co.
battened crows Smoking
Southern
who have ,
turers Toc
of immortal inlamy ? that bleeding Constitution shall call aloud for the only question was as to the admission of their Jan.29tb-Schr. OnWe-Xurphr. Boeton, Xnd* to TURKISH .
on the debris of ruin of Southerners, Muter. t 1
If, however, the Senate should prove faith- sons of freedom everywhere to rally? and save representatives in Congress. Congress should Jan.30-Stmr. Cosmopolitan-Crocker. St. Augustine Right Bower 0 .
of genuine
in the wake
left
less to Constitutional obligations and successful Federal armies it, and then wherever their voice leads, let act separately on the cases from each district to U.8. Quartermaster. JE"
pass their victorious routes ; and who write back and admit those who could take the oath. Jan. 30-Schr.Abbie Bnekett Duncan New York, AnJereons' Tot
the bill there remains that her follow. mda. to C. A.Fairchild. '
yet a strong hope .4 AmuletO.LCirrecey
lies to your columns about Southern honor resolu- We shall have to liye with the South, and Jan. 31-Stmr.Ella-Rowland, Savannah md to
the President will veto the iniquitous actand, because here and The House on the 26th adopted a good policy as well ta patriotism should 1 in John 8. Sammls &: Co. Tor sale-Wholesale Retail by .
and Southern "loyalty, o .
Dis- Tucker.aaYlmaah,mdJ
tion the Committee on the Jao.31-Stmr.Sylvan Shore-
instructing
thus protect the people of the District of duce them to reconciliation. .z.-p. WEBSTEX. CO
there they meet with men who have the spirit of Columbia to a bill excludingfrom lIe said the House owed it to their dignity toF.DlbbIe. .
Columbia against the schemes of ThadSte'"cos' trict report Feb. 1-Stmr. Robert Lehr-CotlreU. EuterprUe, I Druggists. ..'
not to brook insult, or to submit to thefts, the privileges of suffrage all persons to repudiate the Select Committee on Recon- tnda. to JohnS. 8&mmisICo.: No.4 Sammls'Jock.Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida )
and his Aside from ,
co-adjutors. nor to whine in the faces of these jackals of struction. All the paper institutions would Feb. l-Schr. J. S.Koulton-Crowlt-r.St Hary't to Slra oft GoUen. Mortar* ,
the known love justice, and of right, of the who had done service in the Confederate not save the country unless there was sufficient T. E. Bnckman. Feb .

President, his remarks to Mr. Lawrence of your late armies. There may have been- States Army ; while the Senate passed the patriotism among the people. Departure t \ "

and there may be now-here and there an bill enlarging powers of the Freedman's I Jan.27-Stmr.Robert Lehr-Cottrell, EnterpriM. AT'ATTCTwo
is of his ---
Pennsylvania, significant purpose.- ----

In conversation with him a few days ago, the imprudent press ; and, perhaps, imprudentmen Bureau. It is thus they go. Alter, the Con- In reply to the application of Gov. Par- John Jan.Clark.27-Earqae B. F. Shaw'-Cann,Haranna-.E.C. Mous '

at the South ; but it is not true that stitution that more be heaped sons, of Alabama, requesting that the troops Drew. Dwelling .. :
wrongs may
President asked Jan 27 Schr.He -Ball, N.Y-Wm. Abop.
: peru
either the press or tIm men of the South are the South and enlarge the dynasty of may be withdrawn and the militia armed, Jan.29-Stmr. Lizzie Baker-King, Savannah to WILL b sold jn Sr 10tb.day Februa
,
""Would be Governor of upon at U. ., before
you Justified, as Gen. Grant now says : John S. Sammls Co. o'c U.
rc inej-vaula7xjr I.Gnvornor of Tpnnp j disloyal ; and yet hayJb you taken us. back ? the negro that;Southern white men' may be For the present and until jre is full security Jan.29-Stmr.Helen Getty-Ingrahm,Savannah& house, in the tew.o a the -

see,in signing a bill passed by the State Do you expect us to 'set tameij down null degraded.Alas for maintaining the rightsand John S. Sammis Co. 01 I* seventeen;that.
equitably and ahaJffeet ant
N.Y.-W.M.Ledwith. SAr.to a K rur- 1numb
Legislature against which nine-tenths of the sing hozannas to Than Stevens, and Horace for the Constitution of our fathers safety of all classes of citizens in the Jau.Jan 29-Brig PedrFeltt ,Hilton Head I DgbO -* .. nW
people of the State had entered their protest in I would not 3Sur.Cmoplt-rker .Ur is*frame 4w. e&ahuD "
Greely ? Take your blood-bounds off our States lately rebellion recommend U.S. east'
; and
? Alas for the supremacy justice, eqiialily. the withdrawal of the United States Jan.31-Schr.J. B. Knowles' -Knowles N.Y-E.C. rm. t p1 numbered eerss
track and whip them back to their kennels, half of lot D1br0.1 square
It is not alone the people of the Southofthe ; and fraternity troops from them. The number of interior Drew. 1-8tmr. St. Charleston-TJ. S. teen, 'f4o a h"0 1o street
"so called" Rebel States-who are inter- that Southerners may have an opportunityto -- 6'U"&m,__tt r>ialt.Ju> rpilupp/l_ hut n niOVeaDle Feb. YrOWa and running C u .t which
into where they lion. A. If. STEPHEXN. force, sufficient to insure tranquility should Feb,1 SUuf.wjmmBg TTi.' ..j n i n.i .> .11 u I a t.W t C u '
enter positions may prore x:
ested in this action of the radicals, but the be retained. While such a force is retainedin Feb. 1-Stmr. Eva-.J.8. SammU I Co. to I p.. 1 J. T r, T -
their"loyalty." It isuntrue, before God it Since the release from prison of this distin- Fe b 1- .Sav-F.Dibe cb C A .
true lovers of constitutional liberty north, as the South, I doubt the propriety of put- Feb. 1-Schr. E.Clauon-CoombsN.Y-F. Dibble FebSf

well, are affected by such legislation. When is untrue, that they have in any instance guished Georgian, the people of his State ting arms in the hands of the militia. Memoranda. -. ,

since the attempt at "reconstruction" elected have sought in various ways to place him in -.-a-.-- ow .4
faction sets at naught the will of freemen; YOuJa. TOBACCO.
and over-rides the safeguards of minorities "the most bitter enemies of the Governmentto some commanding position, worthy of his OTHER PROJECTS FOR CONGRESS.: -We un- 22d-Schooners Elizabeth Edwards Smith and .' .-.
Oliver Cromwell. arrived from lav BAOS*" *0c 1L &
Not has been elected to but he has derstand that after the Mommoth Land Company Edg inn t per peu
where will the conquest of fanaticism rest office. one man great intellect and influence ; con- Jan. 22-& A Bn Mary IUU Fornleby T.HARTRIDOE
'
office by the people of the South since the sistently refused to receive office of any kind., i which is now before Congress, shall Abr Parsons. -Ocean Travel Feb S-4t Newmaa Street.SHEETINGS. ;,
but'in the entire destruction of Republican 1 have been incorporated by the general gov- -and Oen. Grant, Cenklin, op for Jackson -
downfall of the Confederacy, but who is a however needs his services, and we lr. .
government ? When, then, the Presidentlifts Georgia, ernment, application is to be made for the
friend the Federal Government than of MB. KZZ3S,Purser(pro tern) of the Stmr. Robert .
to the
that
better see it stated present legislature incorporation of the following other companies -
his strong arm to strike down those who Lehr, has our thanks for favors rlnd.
to its best inter- elect him U S. One for the propagation of the gospelin received-lease
yourself and more "loyal" that State has determined to I : of 1st. 8-4 at tt.10T
arc undermining the foundations of republicanism states another for the VMM In Port .JakD'WeFel JUST < .. 1.30
.late southern
than of that horde who cover them for the term. We doubt whether the ; N.P.- Ma
ests any Senator long Schooner 1 0 1 a 1,33 *
let the people of the North rally to Gigantic Nevada Silver Smelting Association Tger-F-l0lnrSul.
slander when in'' Master, Feb$-it T.. HARTRDDGE,N.w8trL
and they
his support, and once again do battle for the with vituperation Mr. Stephens will accept position ; a third to run a railroad to the moon ; Schr. I Vannaman-lllgh-loading-Boston E. C

else enthroned speak as now you do. When your"Federal which he must dance attendance upon Thad and a fourth to make gas for the universe. Drew. ; ,
right, where liberty sate once Schr.J. 8. Monlton-Crowley-loading-Poto Rico DR lH.
:: I": Post.
officers" keep within the limits of their official Stevens, Sumner, and Wade, ere he can [iv T. E.Bnckman. STEELE
despotism will riot over the sinking hopesof
...- MAS returned to die city -
freemen. spheres, and do not step aside to steal take his seat as U. S. Senator, lIe being the Schr.. Louise Orville-Crockett Marphey-Croekett-discharging.Schr. loading--Quarter, II al duties. .IT*mpt attention will be given to an

.. from, or lie upon, or improperly tyranize proud peer of the best of them. A railroad will soon be completed, that .. mafr. ca or pra CU by between leaving Market orders ,
-4.'_.. will finish the line connecting Savannah and I. Shr.Abbie Brsekett-Duncan-wsitlng. e Oe Ic i
.
harmed but I andNewnaateeis.
4 COLONIZATION OF FLORIDA BY over us, they are never ; are Memphi 8. P. Adams Tnbbatt--loading-XnevitasWin. --
LIGHT-HOUSES ON TIlE SOUTHERN COAST.In .- Alsop. Particular attention devoted to S Diseases o
with kindness and respect W1en"Federal
treated
FBEEDMEX. the and En,4ad
there is not out I Schr. Queen of the West-Rogers--loading N. Eye Cn ore
consequence of Congress having as yet It is said that a young man Y-1 Feb-Sm t
Indications have from time to time been soldiers" are not committing trespasses who has made abouta C. Drew.Schr. -
failed to act upon the recommendations of of his teens in Rochester Drew. --

made manifest that the scheme of Colonizingthis upon property, abuses upon persons, the Chief of the Lighthouse Board,very little million of dollars) by speculation in oil Schr. KortEot-Jadg-BnE Ma : To Land Owners and

never molested. When "Federal has been made in the work of reestablishing stocks. Holmes.
; they are progress !
State
freedmen has been favorite
by a i Schr. L. Reed-Reed at Palatka loading-B-O.Piewon. .
civil agents" do not use their position to the lighthouses on the Southern COLCMBUS OHIO Jan. 18. 1 -
object of the Freedmen's Bureau. We think CENT8.THE .
coast. There are yet upwards'of eighty at Palatka loading B. O.Pienon. .
Brig Big Harp-Arey-
elected United '
that Congressional legislation now clearly aggrandizement ot self at the expense of lighthouses and boats along the coast from Hon. John Sherman, was andnnlghetl Is about t publish .account of ,
_ States Senator to-day by the legislature, by a I the CUmate. Diseases, Mortality. and
of Southern men, their posi- to the B
personal rights of the Chesapeake Bay
mouth
the the
defines the The bill that passed
purpose. i of 41. Productions e< ;
Senate providing for"the enlargement of thepower tion is never rendered "uncomfortable, if not coast of Texas that need to be put in working vote 94 to HISTORY OF FLORIDA.BY He purposes to i:8. o t F o I pap fr -,..
of the houses and boats circulation ia$14 Halted soediumaa
received. order. Many are The Barnwell (S. C.) Sentinel states that n
and
arc kindly
of the Freedmen's Bureau" directs the dangerous ; they lands
and would excellent epof tanity
only partially damaged, require the phnters of that District, have secured laborers oe
d and
sale,mffl sites or
for
President to reserve for Freedmen and Un- It you suppose that Southern men are goingto very little time and expense to thoroughly for the present year, and have commenced ttxtaselves' *prp $persons with ce

ion Refugees unoccupied lands in Florida, submit to slanders and thefts and lies and repair them while again some of the most extensive work in good earnest. L. D. STICKNEY.BY o l I.v o I persoft- at &early 4.HOu..... .b1 .

Mississippi and Arkansas not to exceed brutality, from base adventurers, you reckon works have been destroyed.! As soonas :" 8
Tho Senate Finance Committee has added r.b 3-21 '
for this laT n
3,000,000 ofacres. These lands are to be di- without your host. They can and will defend Congress the makes work an will appropriation commence in ear- two and a half million dollars to the pension this AN work ARRANGEMENT will given to WITH the public THE through AUTHOR the -
purpose
vided into parcels of forty acres each, and their rights and persons, and yet be nest.-Rational Intelligencer. bill to meet deficiencies, which will make the columns of tofl@OO@b WATCHES & JEWELRY.
for the fiscal
I and they are. Undeceive yourselfand -. pension appropriations next U
each freedman or family is to have such loyal ; eein
be "Cast the beam from own THE FREEDMEN IN TEXAS.-The Houston year 27944000. \ O@
just. your
quantity at such rent as be agreed ,
may upon
) Telegraph says : "We notice large numbers Judge John A. Campbell, late Associate
with the privilege purchasing the same. eye that you may be able to see the mote in Vy a Nw GO. A. PECK,
planters in town now a days, seeking Justice of the Supreme Court of the United bk.fr

The bill also provides as follows : that is in your brother's." freedmen for labor ontheir, plantations. The States, has formed a law partnership in New York The publishing leading object bonie.of the history Is to funish reliable 1

_ "That the titles granted in pur- -- -- .-.. -- -- freedmen seem to be 'glad to get back to plantation Orleans with Henry M. Stofford, late information of the early discovery and settlementof

: suance of Maj.possessory Gen. Sherman's special field MEXICO. life again, and soon close contracts. Judge of the Supreme Court of Louisiana.Mr. Florida;its civil and and political htr1;ioU, climate struc, i
vegetable
A few months' freedom i in this city soon pructon Co
order dated at Savannah, January 16th 186.5, and whatever be
The telegraphic news of the capture of of tlio : Marschalk,editor of the Fayette(Miss.) tu.rare may n
are hereby confirmed and made valid. sickens the plantation negroes luxury, by or to the stranger who 't te
enc cit .
Bagdad, which we published last week, is and they find that liberty is not what it has Chronicle, was arrested on the 30th ultimo, Shte te
Now this is to be done in face of the fact of all the United States, combines a IoU
and through later in been represented to them. We learn that and taken to Natchez, on the charge of pub- Florida a
more fully developed; where the husbandman enjoy a full
the President the Commander in Chief I climate, caD WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER
that many planters are making preparations to lishing "disloyal" arguments against the ure and the same time,with less exertion ,
oCt the Aimy of the United States, had issuedan telligence by the way of New Orleans, we plant large fields of cotton the present season usurpations and tyranny military rule. and e het.prpr et a obtain the largest returns f

learn that the capture was effected chiefly by ,and are paying liberal wages to their his btr apt fo farming
order that the above lands were to be returned last the its social greater Iiexeluilvely OCC STT REET: ,
Since August Treasury Departmenthas planting aduate.r fa t
colored laborers.
the 118th regiment U. S. infantry, while its works
to their legitimate owners in all cases -. --. destroyed $48,000,000 worth of mutilated plant cut.rivers, and 0 i.trlmpr1met

_ except where title had been given according led by Col. Davis. So soon as the capturewas "The intelligence appears to be confirmed," and cancelled Treasury notes of all kinds, harr open hChwar to a market from a na every FLORIDA.

to law. made the negroes commenced a general I says the Uourrier du Commerce, "that the and $10,000,000 more are to be burned. neihbrho I te State. JACtS"NVILLE

There b little doubt that Maj. Gen. How- plunder of the place, and robbery and violence Queen of the Belgians is in a situation calculated -The number unpardoned rebels whose, Fb.8 'EEPS eeusteatly ea hand a well.eeUrted stock of

of the citizens, even to the extent of to give fresh hopes for the dynasty of applications are on file in Washington is stated Farm for Sale. fine Watches a1e; and aH ether articlevzuaDy

ard, Chief the Bureau, is pressing this those who refused to deliver their that country." That is a mild\v ay of tellingthe : as follows: Seven hundred of them fall at reduced kept jprioe b/the 1,w offers&the public

matter. At the annual meeting of the Board shooting Belgians that their taxes will be heavier under the $20,000 clause. Members of rebel I FARM, situated o the St. Johns RiT. six ot a. '.
About three hundred imperialists H of containing acre
JacvWe ALSO
Directors. of the American Colonization money. next year. congress, 96; ex-United States army officers, IUt 1a4u etvaoD There U.a comfortable "

Society held at Washington on the 17th weremade, prisoners, half of whom, it is FACTS FOR TIlE PEOPLE.-The report ol 132; rebel generals, 127; prominent rebel dwelling house 01 pl. CUTLERY,,) :;

stated,joined the republican service and wero the Freedmen's Bureau, which has just been civil officers, 82 ; ex-officers of the United For further Information C. D. OAK apl1 t STATIONERY,
inst Gen. Howard desired to be informed"if
made shows that the issues eve States 116.
at detailed to garrison the town, the government navy, Feb 3-4t Jr
once
the Society would assist in sending colored ry day 3,350 rations to the negroes in the .abDT : !,SEWING MACHINES,
T. C. Callicot of the
-
disappeared.The supervising
having immediately agent
men to Florida," there to be colonized. captors District of Columbia besides keeping them Treasury Department,is engaged at Charles- TAKE NOTICE.tIIEHAVEreceiyeda1areand AND AvAitITT. OP .c "
Juarists, it seems, hav.? been having well supplied with clothing,fuel and medical .
The radicals have the power to enforce this town, S. C., in investgating the affairs of the A k wiring done at short notice,and work
these
Toluca In former times ne
.measure In both Houses, over the head of thePresident new successes, they having captured attendance.lived at their own expenses,, and blockade-runners of that city, and the assets the schooner Taabl cargo b1 "a .: jut. 0 staid e "
the ancient capital of the old Empire. Thisis groes supported of the various companies. The 'assets include 11
S and beyond all doubt will do it. themselves by their own labor. In :
,
O.D.OA
is.said several steamers in .
affair that the French Marshal it now "ABBY .
serious BRACKETT
.. so an the latter days they are supported out of the -
s.Senator ---- British but claimed
waters as propertyoftheUnited
Bazaine, set out at once from the city public Treasury, out of the pockets of white States., OCEAN *TuwrA." :'vvw*ledidlag.
Hardware Undertaker's
Harrln. Such ,
Mexico with all available imperial forces, people.Florida Sentinel. Powder A,Shot,Percussion Caps, Lqur Hawa.Jp te bt February,s
The New York fferatft Washington correspondent returns show that the total -abx> Groceries.
It L. 31, -The census quality
tt with the object re-capturing the city. Gov. WALKER has appointed Rev. .
writes the 17th that Senator Boxes Layer Jut Received
on number Indians in the United States Is 10 Ba
Florida is th the general ,successes of the Hobbs, formerly Chaplain of a colored regiment Sprig
Marvin. John Van Buren and thought Pe ;
-. stationed here;and now In charge oi three hundred and seven thousand. About Also clothing of the finest quality. LARGE lot of IKuori such .whisky, gin. brandy -
.;', .. 'Robert Dale Owen had an Interview with liberals haveplaced Maximilan. a critical the Freedmen's Bureau, to be Superintendent five thousand were in the service of the Government All of which we offer at the lowest price. Give us i. A .rum,madrtas. and o w Also porter
the President on that day. The White House call,and see yourselves, and ale and scotch ale,. the public atzttecen&
; i' position. Juarez, however, has been again ofthe Schools for Freedmen to be established during the war, and some thousands fo P. FRTDENBERG *: CO., ttklowettMrleet, &

':: ",,; was thronged to leave the entire without day obtaining,and scores an werecompelled in.l driven from the city of Chihuahua, the under the Act recently passed by the LegisJ: more. were on the side of the late Confederacy Feb Bay it. .aeDTIU n Ftb Apply t .,-i -. I empty BaysJacksoavflfcrU.spbtt

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ttnww French following close upon .,, >
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NATURALIZATION BILL.-The follow
XEW8. THE WAT.IO ,
GENERAL
'FL'OfttDA""UN.'ON'* t ot the bill to amend the natur- -0.JaekllO ; Ee ,- tn .
Ingf is the text ) ., .
THErrIvTEtr1 The buSily engaged in pub-, Marke.' e. JekorcfL.A.HardevX4kCUTFIa o f ,_. '
> y. printers _are. alizatlon laws, now pending Congress : 'nltl, ..
T TflATOTT1O and Executive the Senate and, House : aLA 1D., .' -, co., : .'t1I
Y lishIflgthvadous Legislative -Bc it enacted by, McCarthy Ginned. ................... M a $1 OS .DIe2Christmas-tf, g-- .*. 1 1;'
J. K. S TIC K N E documents. The failure of Senator of Representatixcs of the United States of Boner Ginned ........:.t.. I s 1.G ._ ,' .t' 1. i J ..'"

:.t. TEIU8- ; Marvin to -admUsioa' to the:senate, has mea .Congress assembled,naturalization Tbat all Saw- Gln..4 ..;?...e&, Books, ,&.c.11rGLI3il43.D : ;.! ., :: :
to _
ac8Bf relating
t.
the Congress
InKSSSiKSKf A4ft11N' t .

! 'a Dollar*t**Annum Three months.Thr occasioned Some disappointment. It is construed be.and the same are hereby ,amended Ordinary Middling..... *..!......!..o&,. & ..: .lN-P i fine Mad wmkavtJaeksoBvilfctorPabuka! J IA\ ;.t ,

IeSI Uan as a determination on the part of the br .striking out wherever they occur, the Fair.....;..-...h....... i XTD ALL BJBLSS, ia AM Wadiags.BOBISOJT every Saturday.SMrxing.u. 'J ,
LARGE .
eel j
Single l'trl6Ye ct'n&a.A..aIIII2IO States until words 'beu g'a free white person, and the )4d *' aad iatemsdlat*-' :
exclude the Southern $18,0. "I.
to $ m4RABu.YszQn7 ,
radicals u ,
: : t words 'free white' and the words free Tlonr.perbbl .lOa.... ,< CKCSOXAJfD o every M-ndsy.t 3 A. J J .
... Jt '
I, tran&1"nt sdyertReeu. pa,able they can foice the. adoption negro suffrage.The white person:so that in the matter of naturalization Corn Hominy} ,pI...............:l1( I cloth.t for boys.handsome coOectioa.PHOTOGRAPH .' : S E the Wednesday' mo i :
f* brwtegat
.r AU bills found p Ib........10.11 & Bon. A I. P T .
seem lojiare generally shall be distinction as toracetor Fresh Beef
there no M8A.M.
.s..UH."toarl alrsnce. negroes ........ .. ...731.01Egfsperdoz. ..; with Photographs.
a qU&rter\7\n .. .,
sd.rtemenb p.ys Nonpariel Linn,for employment. Many.planters now find great color. Chickens per.pair.... ..... .......40. BULIS, 2 copies of.handsome English For freight_ or,,apply o*board o t. ; ..

Two dollar per Square of Ten iiwertiaa. SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That Butter ........ .....8071 ih.fLr 4 C. : 3
per tf :
each subsequent to hire some are I Jan.90- <
CM collar for difficulty in finding any ; ...... 1.609.01 .JMv.
Int w.ertittU : > all born or hereafter to be born, per bushel .. .. .
instead of persons 8tl ........ ...1,6..0( .rZLTZTBIALZSAYDPRATZRVCOr&. wr -
employing white labor black.- of -
made to permanent advertiser within the limits and under jurisdiction I'I.h pbb. andelup.SCSIPTVSAL. U. S. MAIL LIME,4TUtavorU 7
A liberal dedacV.on: P11INTIXOI There has been considerable cold weather the United States,shall be deemed and considered -II Savannah flaiketa. CARDS,'single and In package handaomsly .

JOn eZCUtCLiTiio with heavy frosts of late. and are hereby declared to be citizensof I common..$ .O. $100. gill and ffiustrated. Bttan toraerty ksowa'. ariJ' *. : .;- .
.every .tyk,.\17&84 prompU tie United States and entitled to all rights Frpt'rbL Baltimore Extra... ....10.120 Gold Fens,Baekctmmon Boards,Chessmen and other "St.Johns."now P
THE SMALL POX. .- and other articles salted th* ChrfsOaas D :
t
Rice
and as such. per
tranllq&renttor.1 privileges c -
: *.&.Brwww U our authorised for the There still cases ol this infectious it further enacted, That per Ib in firkins.48 a 60. 1: -
ab.cflpiOI aU I4TC1UDt* are ,some new SEC. 3. And be BuUr Goaben.6357.COTTOS. For sale by DREW OAKLET.D HELEN < BV' GETTY .
contained shall be con- >
in this act .
disease though it has somewhat nothing c -
FLOaI VJ. of 2 .- cTh.TtAItd.4b7csptIno.R.bgrakass.isaiaa .

abated. It is still confined to the negro pop. structed to naturalization" of any members Ordiry....................... .2 and Wines. mnentyonthll*.botwos,Serasaib.O.srgizaaPa1tka
.: W E.WEBBI8L the Indian tribes. ........................ .u Medicinal Liquors ,Florida.touching a'Derfe,3ruwiskp.
been hon some beautiful specimens ulation. Aside from the small pox there is .' ,. Good: Middling........ .............1 BRANDY Marys TernaTwIlna,**d all landings oa d St.Job. ** I
have
We .
little sickness the people. UKCLE SAM'S AREHOtBE.-The Quarter PURE FC atver.toPalMksearrybgthsU.&MaIL ; S
being among
is now
which very Satnr4a751 10 .
Ware Savannah
leave every
win
of Wooden Xew York Market 8h o'c.
General's report shows that there remain Pure Irish Whisky
master
at his place on Niw YORK.Jan. 24.1866.io1d. old Holland Gin 5..M.,arrive a JaT.on Sunday,and r
machinery Pun
manufactured by Court. I in the unsold immense quantities Tuesday at 4
Leon Criminal depots. .. .. ,. .. 1.881.38 will leave for e .
and ...... .. .. .. Pure Madeira ST .i
the St. John River by )Ir. PEAKSOX, The first'session of;this" court which. was 1' of army clothing. Uncle Sam's ward- Superfine S and western flour..... ...sa'5.72 Pure Sherry W (. apply :

of finish is equal to such work I established by the Legislature at its recent robe is certainly well supplied at this time.- Eitra ............... ...7 Pure Port W For sale by For Freight engagements JOHN o PKg A.VVTjt..-.
In point ... ... ....790810Common or S .
which .
Choice State CO..
several session held at the-Court House, in this indeed far beyond his wants. ."We find such .. .. P..P. W t 23-U Ages_ .: .
2sorth. We have on I was to ....SiSaftW September
the Wee received from that the I city.yesterday-Judge E. L T. Blake, presi- items as these : Uniform coats on hadd, 462- Extra rod meaet..............885860 Xo. ot Ko. ----.r .

occasions expressed surprise 'ding,and 1L D..P&\r Solicitor of the Court 165; jackets, 504,814 trousers, 1,185,234; Wet trade brands...........8(5 all)30 SKINNEE f A* L. HATHAWAT. WK. X. CT&XT .. .'"1'

WoodenWare hadnever been The docket opeiu: .ith eight indictments; drawers, 1,166,541; flannel shirts, 1,442,293; Cmmon8ther........... ......8701000 S. W.' Jas. L. Hathaway'&Utley, :
manufacture ... .
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in Florida, where such an abun- most of:.hem for .teeny. Several caseswere great coats, 920,725; ; blankets, 384,075; pair Fancy Common Canadian................101050.'8.82 STJRGKONDENTIST' .' .
undertaken
fined twenty-five shoes 1,582,250 vests pairs, 435,036; stockings SHIPPING A coim7saro.rrMERCitANTS
material on every dismissed, one was oodtochoiceandextra.. .. f.. ..82 al 0 lACn
\lanoc of cheap raw lay dollars and another fitly dollars. In one pairs, 1,803,031( ) ; hats,307,505) ; caps, 925- Rye floor (superfine)............... '5.62 w Office CeofF1\O I ;:
for supplying' a Corn meal. Jersey..... ...... .., 3mp
band; and where facilities case, the jury brought in a verdict of"gull ty, &22; knapsacks; 861,191; haversacks, 522,621; Corn meal, Brandywine..470465oru .. NO ; :

market with demand sufficiently great to and recommepded that the accused receive canteens, 845,209; large tents, 22,100 common : meal,Brandwine,puncheons... ....3(50 a 24 75 .

manufacture highly remunerativeexists. "fifteen lashes on his bare back." We are tents, 53,902, shelter tents, 791,252; bed- CpJ F0 N5Ie. .. 0" T :NOTIOE 171 PEARL 8TBEET.JCEWITORK.Tonslgnmenta ; ,

m&ke such has not yet sacks 67,307 axes, 90,548; spades and shoved ..... 6 < '
informed that the judge pronounced ; Orna. -0---
direction .... .9.1 PRESCRIPTIONS
This is another step in the right ..... 49 5 PHYSICIANS
sentence in this case. The Court. 135,523; hatchets, 111,227; mess pans, : middling..50 51 63 Cotton. and all other Southern. Pr.- .

and we hope toee the enterprise continues in session to-day. 365,410 camp kettles, 106,417; picks, 103- G 5 Y'OllDE.Any ducts oliclted. : .

succeed. The opening of this court presents a new 228; and other articles too numerous to men- < Dee33-8m ..

are on exhibition at.the office era in our changed state of affairs. We are A GAaDo hour of the Day or Night, CUHTOH RUSSELL, : .
The specimens .
1 .
;nrnMmt CoL Osborne. Chief of the .
'- of Capt'T.: iTBocKiiAii'oia ;na y !Street, -Fr--eJmenz'--- Bureau in this State, issued an tion.MARIA 3. SMVTH administratrix of the Estate. AT I P. WEBSTER'S COS Practical fleiIdev- said tarP.ii. '. :

can be sold at prices to prohibiting punishment B.Smyth late of Putnam county deceased p. WEBSTER & CO. WOULD RESPECTFCLLY -- STORK, SPEOTICATIOSSCABr i
and we presume they order on yesterday, having filed in my office a suggestion of the E their old DRUG GOT AND
to customers
announce ESTIMATE fcwdoaa.
with those; of Northern manufac in this State by whipping or by being sentenced insolvency of said estate committed to her charge it and friends, that they haye resumed and famished for aU work required *
compete to stand in the pillory; declaring that b therefore ordered that all persons having claims at *3- Sign of the Golden llortu Jft -- ,
said estate do and file the same with Ship joining and the repairing of Fmrnitnre artem-
ture. .- the time has passed for such punishments, the against Judge Probate ot appear aid county on or before the WHOLESALE RETAIL December 3< led to promptly and also varnishing. A share of pubic -

TRIPS.The and that the U. S. authorities will not per- first Monday in July next. 1866, authenticated in the & patronage respectfully solicited. Shop for.\he i pt fent.lnrearof
QUICK them. This brings in conflict the authorities manner prescribed by law. Mr. Warroefi Store Bay St.
Sylvan Shore, Capt. Tucker, left Savannah mit of tho State and those of the Freed- Witness my hand and official seal hereunto 0 QDrw J9Orders left with T.E.Bnctmtn, Lumber..* '
16th of December A.D. @rJg { i( 0 lO@ will received prompt attention.
A. M. and"irftChed [U 8.] affixed,this the day chant Bay Street -
on Tuesday, U o'clock, mens* 'Bureau.These 1865. X. W. McLEOD, JackwutTille,Fla.,Nor.18, 186S..-ly' I > -

her wharf this city a little after I. punishments for certain crimes have January 6 Judge of Probate. Oakley, [ '

last. We long been in the statutes of the State, and J CKSONVIT IT .t7 ]>. C. CARY, .,
9 o'clock A. M., on Wednesday have been repeatedly inflicted upon white halo of Real Estate. JaokoD"e, Fa -

are indebted to the courteous attention of offenders for the crimes specified under the pursuance of an order or decree of the Probate AT No. 4, SAMMIS' BLOCK, Commission Mercha t/
has r. of Nassau,I will sell at public Will receive and goods at ofjerery description ASD .
the
Tucker for late Savannah papers. new law. It is true that Legislature Court for the county a acot "
Capt. number of new crimesto outcry at the court house in Baud county,on the where they have just opened a Urge and wen selected ,at t cmoC STORSU
of the Sylvan Shore created or defined a title, and interest of DEALEEIH NAVAL ,
Close upon the heels of eighth day of February next all the right, stock DI Auctioneer tor Dnral e
learn left which they have affixed the penalty of David Jackins, deceased, to a certain lot of la6t BALTIMORE 3ID. t .
came the steamer Ella, which we whipping or standing in the pillory, in orderto land at Ring's Ferry on the :. :Marys River together PURE DRUGS, .

Savannah at the same hour with the Sylvan reach offenders under the changed condi- with the mill and improvements thereon. Sale to com Nov. 17-3mp I ost Office Box 359. .
mence at 12 o'clock, M. R. M. GEBMOXD, Att'y MEDICINES, Palatka Institute. -
offenders
Shore, and reached here two hours after her tion of affairs;but the crimes of the Jan 13-tt for Administrator. DR SS.MAKING. .t t -.

She also left Palatka at tried on yesterday have long been defined as eJEICAL.I.ERFtlEY is now In and ehol and '
coming by Durien. such and the penalties imposed attached ADMINISTRATRIX XOTICE. THIS the oou. the 1BS.C.A. EKEOTEK: INFORMS THE LADIES
and reached Jack- Hon:A.Doggett .. f aol wi U of JacksonvIlle,that abe baa now located 1ft tab'
8.45 A. M. on Thursday, thereto. They were apart and had no rela- pursuance of an order, israed by the following
discriminating IK Judge of Probate for the county of Duval, Board, washing and room rent quarter....$60.00 Lace and U prepared to CUt fit,and make dreaeeI'iD'i.
fionulleatl.25P. M. tion or connection with the orderof : htate of Florida I will expose fur sale in the city of l FANCY ARTICLES, tuition Common English..p. .......6.0 the neatest and latest etylei. Residence corner Ocean' -
--S made by the old of February next to .. aDd Fortyth Streets.
-- legislation necessary Jacksonville,on the twellth day PATENT MEDICINES, Tit in higher ECi... . .. :
ALXISOX. real estate, to wit- of ...15.00 JacksonvtfleSept. 15-t
iOV. A. K. things. the highest bidder,the following in Piano ad use piano

than pleased to see this While we not be in fttvor ot inflicting Commencing at the southwest corner of land sold VAIXTS, TARNISHES, ruition in mu...... ................8. .
We were more may and Blackwood and Taylor, running westerly along the 1.1 M.Reid,Pp GULF STATE INSURANCE COMPAQ.

distinguished son of Florida in our city a such penaltiesexcept in extreme cases, bank of the river $t. Johns to Kelly's corner, thence OILS, TURPENTINE, January 27-lm T/VI-T-A'Hgg1nti/ : TLA. : 'I
found milder reme- the same
not then if there can be northerly nine hundred feet, thence easterly -

few days ago, on his route home, after long dies to insure the aims of the law, the Legis- number of feet HH the river front, thence southeasterlyin the WINDOW GLASS, EDW.O. HILTON, fT.M.EAKDELL, I SCBE8 against loss academies by fin hotels oa dwelling stables,houses tarns.
land to churches ,
stores
& Taylor's ,
Blackwood
lie direct line of NIT TORE.rni.TON
was a
incarceration.in a Federal prison. lature, we believe, felt assured of the necessity of beginning. UT.- workshops and building generally. Also on fco ,ieJ
friends individuals and point Francis R. Johnson PUTTY, PAINT, & RAKDELL bold merchandise, cotton in wareaovsefi ot
received by many personal of these laws to protect Said property sold as the estate of fUrniture .
warmly the depredations upon their deceased for the beneftt of creditors of said estate. on plantations and other property, at moderate rie
him society from TARNISHES .
OAKJL&f
We congratulate DREW
and acquaintances. No feeling Purchasers to pay for Grocers premium.
time. Wholesale
this
homes and property at titles.LOOSJtf. JOHNSON.Jan November 1 1-tf Agents for East Florida.
upon his liberation. and trust that a happy of vindictiveness towards the coloredrace 13 4w Admx. AND HAH BRUSHE -

future will compensate him for what he actuated them,we know, but a sincere and every article that is uly kept in a 193$ Bay Street, near Baad, United States of America,
SALE.pursuance
suffer only because he has, desire to protect the interests of the blacks as ADMIMSTRAT01TH SAVANNAH, GEORGIA,
has been made to of an order of the Hon. A. Dogett, Establishment is hereby given that the amount of Dreet .
well as whites.As r Dual ,state of Florida, Class Are Constantly Receiving Steamers from NOTICE assessed the several lots and
been honored by his people. it might have been Judge of Probate for county Fist pr ,upon parcels .
a matter of policy, on Monday. the 12th day ot February next I will sell New ol land sitr.ate in the city JaduonrUJe, Dura cwnn
.e. better to withhold such punishment at thistime. it auction o the highest bidder all the real estate retently which they wholesale or retail at fairprce. Ode. ty and State offends'pursuant to an act of ofCoogrec

These Courts, however, though or- owned and possessed by J. P. Belknap, late of from the country solicited and Itsacon The Largest and mOlt Complete Assortment of Entitled ".AD Act for the Collection of Direct.Taxes

FBOM TALL.UIASSEE.TALLAIL38EE law are organized as said county o' Duval, deceased. Purchasers to pay December 3t Groceries in the City. in insurrectionary Districts within the United States
January 27, 1S6O. ganized under a new of for titles. Said property sold for a division among the and for other pnrpo ea'"approved Jane 7th,l.862.and
courts of justice vpon the same principles heirs of said estate. A. W. MOORE, z- Orders by Han, accompanied by R still remaining due may be paid on or before December

The adjournment of the Legislature has law long existing,applicable to the dominantrace Jan 13-4w Adinr. SOUTHERNExport promptly filled at lowest market price. 2- 31st. 1865,to John 8.Dr&gs at the Custom- Hoc**,
The take its courseas I in the city JscksonTiUe aforesaid .
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of Its life. Let the law
deprived the State capital of the State. FLORIDA. L, D. STICECEY. Direct Tax: =
Gaiden
and OF !
in their wisdom TATE and Import Company. Garden Seed
of gathered about the State house the court and jury See WM. ACSOP } Commissioners for the' ,
groups men ideas justice may declare, until suspendedby Ix CIRCTIT COCBT EASTERN CIBCCIT. > $500,000. a Urge stock fresh AUSTIN SMITH State Florida. '

and the City Hotel are sadly missed. Mine a more powerful authority.We Dn*al County. jJons COMPANY IS NOW JUST all kind, which a offered a Wholeleor November -tf -

host McGoffin,Is no longer troubled to accommodate think, too, that "policy" and "expe- CLARK9 |I In Chancery THE"is prei ared to do ORGANIZE. I b bn e.

his The people on the diency" have about played out." A straightand JEREMIAH RICHARDS and i bill toforeclose mortgage tablished by Planters to enable them&.hp Cot R.ASO CHEAP CASH STORE..
guests. j.
j in the convictions of MABT E. RICHARDS, his wife J ton direct to the manufacturers, and purchase Seed, of the finest
onward course
the stores fall back for topic of THEiULJ.OF COM- supplies direct from the manufactory. sale
and in collection. For by
: streets right should be that of every one. If pre uPON READING AXD FILING to the Court There will be an Agent in Eglnd Fc and Germany L P. WEBSTER & the old Post Office, South of the ilarket. -
of reconstroCtion and it appearing C. AT
% conversation upon the subjects vented in such a course by more potent authority U affidavit PLAIXT that in cause the above named defendants in said whi.h wi enable you you gos from Wholesale and Druggists, sign Golden Mortar .Lake City win be found one of the best selected I
and last but of may be appealtd by of Florida and that either of cnte. Rfl Jan. 27."CANTED. stocks of Dry Goods and Family Greceriea that
.: admission into Congress, the law necessity bill non-residents of the State .4 Sammis'
are is Blocl1
this
: and respectful of this Court, and re- To the Long Ct Pl4tn. Company particularly ever come to this market. Ail which I am:soiling
._ wt- tawttk o cotton market That staple to, in justification of quiet they are beyond jurisdiction complainant. It is ordered ayanleouCru e la no market i this I cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. .
: %- aware as to sid. in pans unknown to said and it varies much in .
We are not Jeremiah Richards country s NOT.U,1865-tf A. B.SATCHWEtL.6ZOEOB
continues I* come in from the plantations acquiescence. was aconsequence : That the said defendants. and each of countries requiring a par
Osborne do tho
of Col. of them
.' is consigned whether this order of I and Mary E. Richards, his wife and each quay class of Long Cotton, we will seiid forward samples 'mAn Dollar Bknk St.Johns.
around about the country; some of the acts of this Court or appear and they are hereby required to appear and from anew of their Cotton by steamers which will be exb ILUUU t A. H. Xc11ICLIan sAvAGE.SAVAGE TDWAJCD
months
1. to the various commission merchants in its anticipated proceedings; but certainly the .er said bill of complaint within order four, and that in tied in each of those markeb enabling 27-if
this
of
Jat ,_ t.1..o .Aiwaiiong m1nmnsof conflict of the two is tne an unfortunate present tIme.thing nOw the.date_ot the_publication._-onfesso-and...decree'..LJ be h11IA'enteredthereof __ u where n taken
the'Union have made known to the people most particularlyat not. plaint be pro B. A. PUTNAM, charge to tbe planter. Bagging Rope w and
know Gm-
the matter will terminate, we accordingly. Judge Eastern Court. furnished when delr POUR after date, application win be .d t Shipping, Forwarding .
the rest is shipped to New York bySL3Urka [Sentinel, 21th ,,It. Jan 13-Im Advances will on Cott. Naval Ss. r the wee of Probst O Duval County hae (

e .- Lumber, &e., consigne.1 to or Ant the widow's dower, and ye. allowance for herself mission Merchants,.
and the Gulf.THE Xov. 23,1865.
JACKSOVTIIXE Cotton worth,by ,35 to and child, setpartIaaoosd&neowlthtawotrt of the IIHOEG"S
; DAILY TRAIXs' Death of yiltm Bremer. is hereby given that having taken out letters Fa Sor per pound in.gold,in Liverpool and Long I estate of George Flagg,***. of said county deceased. WHARP JACKsoxriug Fu.Dee. .
The Stockholm papers announce the death NOTICE on on the estate of Eliza Baldwin Cotton from SO to 90 cents per pound in gok We will CATALXNA A. THOMPSON .t-tf .
between here and of said deceased,all persons indebted to said its value when delivered at.a seaport .
that are now running the celebrated late town advance one half Jan 27-4t Widow Admx. S
Frederie.Bremer, to me I
: of Miss: estate are notified to make immediate payment town which will be to gold or 25 to S
Jacksonville are a great convenience. The Swedish novelists. Miss Bremer was born or my agent, and all persons having accounts against cents in currency, 1 St.o 2cntsla Ctn on Long Ct NOTICE. "

was brought about by the efforts in Abo, in Finland, in 1802. After spending said estate will present them for settlement wiUun two 20 to 45 cents I god. or per GROTHE iithia
arrangement notice. ofVeael.a and Steamers
this arriving
Captains
and Stockholm as a years or they will be barred by currency. Agents will receive it at any Depot on WM. TO
of Mr. Houston, President of the Pen- several years in Norway liter Furthermore all persons are warned against trespassing the Railroad, and take charge of It, and pay all ex port we can offer offer a commodiou wbajf and
teacher, she devoted herself entirely to upon the property belonging to this estate and the point of and the Governmenttax good warehouse accommodations and every dispatch
sacola & Georgia road. The obstacle to running pursuits. Her first novels, 'The Presi all occupants of buildings erected without consent ol pen of2 cents per spmet.. advise the planter WATCH-MAKER will be given them in loading and discharging .their

I daily trains heretofore has been the lack dent's ary Daughters' and the 'Neighbors,' had a the undersigned the rents of upon said said buildings property to will him be from requiredto the to draw for&.ml heavy-they an amount a will possible save from as the one dis to- cargoes. SAVAGE k HAJJJB.Hoegs .,8p, .

the close and were translated into most pay which are claimed as belonging runt on of Newnan Sts., Wharf JacksonvflJe,"FU.w. -.
motive power. The engines at great success time of such erection. two per eent bY havinl the gold rmlU them Corner Forvhel& : .
traveleda
removed. .9-If
European languages. Miss Bremer to the property, and must not be also save l tet. -Pin&r can hae :
were sadly out of repair. The France WM. L. BALDWIN, London, to Fla. -.c
oft- war deal and visited Germany, their money I Ban subject -
deceased.
had no material or means to put a.nd..America good Italy, and the East. administrator of the estate of Elizi Baldwin, their df dept fiv percnt per annum interest. Jaconve Co D.* D. r. .ZTDREW
Company
--o-----, November 25-tf Cotton can be as lon as desired in THE CIT-
them In order. By close economy and management -..1..- Europe, at a very small expense, bng covered by RESPECTFULLY: that he h & OAKLEY,,: .;
commanding the it safe from loss. &.it.
: renders
Xotice. ,
General Terry insurance business
Mr. Houston has succeeded in procuring Major th of returned again and opened I Booksellers and Stationers
has issued at Richmond Strictest attention paid to purchase every ar. p ,
of Virginia, will above.Mr.. .
I
this notice,
of
Department the publication of needles to team engine. '
from *
from
weeks ordered, a
tide paper
material and making the repairs.- a general order forbidding civil officers SIX apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate for the county Engines, Sugar Mills and Boilers, G.win be happy to receive the patronage wish to o A."iD 9E'OJW.: < ; -
1n his old trie .ds,and as many new ones as
The result is the Company are again enable to attempt to execute the provisions of of Marion. for letters of administration upon the estate Harwa.Ctler.Cre China, Glass,Groceries, their Watches carefully repaired and guarantee. and S
D. Howard deed. Linen Carpets, Commission & Forwarding MexcUanti
William ,
the Virginia of the late .
by
marked improvement act lately passed his as a practical
HOWABD. with experience Wat
trains. Another the Vagrant W.
GEO. Dresses
to run daily 20-Ct Ladies and Gentlemen's Wearing bop tt
result of January Appa in this country ,'
the
He that the last torty years JACKHONTIIXK FLORIDA.
of the road Legislature. says Boots, Gloves,Under & Furni mkr to all who -
in the management this law, enforced, would be to reduce the Is IHI Cwcrrr COOT,EATEN Crucm, Fia\ Bets, Instruments, Garden Seed, Ptp rope, will be able t give full satisfaction ttAH -0- : .. .

whichtrayelerswjfl not &il to appreciatethat freedmen to a condition of slavery worse Duval County j *c.,also Cattle, Sheep,Hogs Laborers,kc., elect wih chosen c. baT warranted good Watches one year.KsT t b r .Wate- Prompt and careful attention given to all bombs. -

ia the Improved tiiic table. Passengers -, than that from which they have been released. IAACA.NOE vs. )> Bill in Chancery for Divorce. Experienced and hired Gaenel'St and Gray.Srvat November 4-ly -- S

wearied and worried by AMELIAC.NOE. J It is not necessary t ship Cott order any of 'MEDICAL NOTICE. c _
are no longer having been made to appear by due proof that these is only necessary place oar Agents removed to and '
perma
I .
acles C. SOLLEE
8.
long stops at way statio.is with crawling SERVITUDE-AR- r the defendant resides out of the state of Florida, I in procure the.ame and have it delivered at DR. BW his "office o th. P.
A NEGBO SEXTEXCED.TO York, so that the ordinary process placed in our charge 1
and in the state of New the point order. Every and Laura where he will at 3t7lY roR of :
Adams
along at snail's pace, or with arriving and BEST OF THE COURT THAT SESTEXCED Hill. of law cannot be served upon her,on motion of F. will be Irance. corner of found when a la a .

departing at unseasonable hours. Travelers Wilmington, N. C., Jan.arrested 23, 1866.-The on I.Wheaton that a bearing, Esq.,on counsel the facts for complainant charged in the it bill is be ordered had Euction.COTr selected st,in either out care Eld will b placed France at calls.times be except &pfeo Lumber, Timber & Cfdar. .,

arc now able to_arrive here at four in the Sampson county Court a negro white on the first Monday in May,1866. It Is further ordered J or Germany, and we will make no ou ser ALSO "
drawing a pistol on a of this order be published once a will be from to$300 per annum,
the charge that a certified copy The cost $2
afternoon very convenient hour. A corps man, and'sentenced him to be sold into ser week consecutive lor three months from the date in Tic including clothing board, & ,bk waln.t NOTC. General Commission Agent t and Ac-

efficient and gentlemanly conductors and Wyckersham, of the Freedmen's one of the newspaper published in Jacksonville. There are now a number wI 'MRS. NOTICE, countant. : ,
vitude. Major
B. A. PUTNAM. Charleston in October,by veseh, fo Liverpool -
engineers are now employed on the trains. Bureau of this district, ordered theCourt January 20-3m Judge which will afford a,Ail ill that she b re-opened and her House a Hibernia limited 25 Jacksonville FlorilJa.Office
and all the parties concerned to be State of Florida, county of Duval-I do hereby certify Every article ordered will be purchased direct from miles above JaDU The can a .

The net earnings of th& rood since returnedto under arrest in this city. The mat that this is a true and correct copy of the originalnow the manufacturer,when possible, at the lowest price nubofhae. without difficulty. at Drew ft Oakley Book store. i ,
been sixty-four placed on file ia my office. M. 11 EARN, and our orders will be very Urge the manuf 1 tbt Ibta c l Dee t--3m
the some a
company Ijaye ter will be immediately investigated. Clerk Circuit Court Duval county. will put their goods at the Iwet wholese 1 _

thousand dollars, which sum has been applied -- induce direct trade. This opportunity eel o
of Mississippi.issued Ix THE Creccrt COCBT,EASTKKX CIBCTIT FLA.\ feredto Mert Railroad Sllprtnet Me Family Dye Colors
Humphreys
in payment for six new first-class en. Governor Dnval County j chanics L order Q wb c.a 4Jir3thg9
Plant -
accordance with the requirements -
which were to have arrived before this on the 8th inst., in MARY E; ROGERS, ) can now be la dow very low w Patented October 13 8863.
gines of an act of the Legislature of '-I. }Bill in chancery for doree, furnish price cret each month to those who 4 Auctioneer & Commission Merchant :

butthe contractors, as has been the case witha that State passed in 18C1, a proclamation declaring EZRA T. ROGERS. them. Samples goods will b I to &wh Black Dart-Green
of the of the fT having been made to appear by due proof tha wish to make large purchasers. present o T and Agent for the Black for Silk Light GreeD0
many in filling Southern orders have that "the blockade ports .
great ,1. the Defendant resides out of the state of Florida sell will sail from Charleston and 8n. Dark Blue Magenta ":

been very tardy. With these, the new passenger Confederate States has been removed, and and In the state of deorgia so that ordinary procea Our Agents are a Sthe me wbouetdthe Bale of Heal Estate. LlghtBiue HaltaKama,, ,
that therefore all persons to whom advanceson of law cannot be served on him on motion ofF. I want of the Pn f w French Blue ;
can In process of construction, other made by the State while the \Vheaton Esq..counsel for complainant, it is orders goer to the purchases of all articles BAT 81..ACl FLA. Claret Brown Orange
cotton were the facts in the bfl Ladies. -
bad on charged the PUkPnzpte'
be sired by Dark Brown
repairs such as laying nv.v ties, leveling the blockade continued are required to deliver that the a bearing Ant Monday in May,1866. It is farther order Our commissions for selling Cotton is 2}per cent ,. Light Brown

road bed, etc., now' going' on', the companywill the number of bales on which the said advances on ed that a certified copy of this order be pubUahe and the is no charge by our Agents for forwardingOur th Win attend prmpy to foreign aQ business and domestic entrusted produce.t hint Snuff Brown Royal l"arple.
,
them. week consecutively for three months from th commissions for purchasing depen upon Cherry Salmon
received by once a
be able to run even lightening express were ,. date in one of the newspaper published Jacksonville. amounts ordered. xtnuarczs. Crimson ScailetSotteri&o.
B. A. PUTNAM. For further particulars apply to any of our Agents. Dark Drab Slati.

trains and make it every way a first class General Sheridan telegraphs the authorities -''I January 20-3m Judge. I RICHARD F. .'LYjPldeDt His E. D.. 8.Waer.G. (\ .F..Hopkins.FI.4.Ho Light Drab

railroad. at Washington from New Orleans, disavowing State of Flonda, county of Duvaldo hebjcrrthy ,J C. H. DnPont. Hon. B. FawaDrabLight Vfetet,
filibustering that this i.a true and correct copy of the original E. T.PAINE,Agent Liverpool, EDCld. A lb. Fawn Drab YeTotf
COJOCCSICATfOX WITH ST. MAEKS. all knowledge of the recent order now on file in my office. M. EARN, SCREVEX fc NESB1T,Agent. 8. C. JanA-tf For Dyeing silk,woolen and Mixed Goods' shawl. .
which the town of Bag Circuit Court Duval UAETBIDGE&CO.,Agents,Savannah, Ga. I. -
Daily trains are running now to St. Marks expedition by Clerk county. BRYAN carts dresses ribbona gloves, bonnets Hate -
dad was plundered and does not believe that Jan J-tf RICHARDS & BAXTER, Feathers Children's Clothing and afc kinds. ot '
and back. Considerable cotton finds its wayto I soldiers implicated in I.iCi crrrCou', \ wearing AppareL : "
were -
that port, but oflate there has but little I. United affair.States For the Eastern Circuit Pta.FRANcLsDwYER1 j ADJXEXISTBATOirS NOTICE. Shipping, POIWaXdlilg tod Commission A SATING OP M PEa CE3TT.

the In Chancery weeks after date I ahall apply to the Hon.Judi' For 25 cents yon can color as many.gcnuls'as would
merchandise shipped from the North that } Bill of Divorce. SEC Probate Nauan CUDtY for letters of AdminL* MECN. otherwise cost five times that sum. 'Various ***\rt

the in stated that twelve hundred applications MICHAEL WYER,) entitled been ftl- ,ron on the estate of M. Byrn deceased. can be produced from the same dye. Th* ,rroce-to
way owing to delay the dischargingthe _It is Bill in the above cause haviujr JOSEPH FlNEGAN. Jacksonville -
Florida and one can use the Dyewft
perfect sacceas.
the Presi THE been made to satisfactorily _January 2 simple any -
now and It having appear
for pardon are upon ,
from the vessel caused by lack Directions ia English French and Gennaa U.
cargoes
dent's table, and have been there for months.Seven to the court that the said defendent is residing beyond ASSIGNEES NOTICE.P O 2. side of each*' For sate wholesale and retail .

ot tugs and lighters. Mr. Houston,tbe President -i hundred of them fall under the twenty the limits of law of cannot the State be served of Florida upon,so him that; ordinary On motion pro ot t. HOWARD having made a Uett by E. P. TOBSTEfc It CO..

,is urging the matter before the stockholders thousand dollar clause. The remainder are F.cess L Wbeaton.Esq.,counsel for complainant, it is or. : e me o ajo wares, mdse, a EMILE T. SABAU No. i &inth'3O-4f Block sign of the Golden,Mortar.
of I the Rebel Congress dered that bearing on the facts charged in said Bill counts due indebted are rur to December 7.
,
those of members and .t
of the Penaac la and Georgia railroad l- officers &c. be bad on the first Monday ApnlliIfA And it is make immediate payment to. R. I Physician Surgeon, -..-.- .
United States army ordered that a copy of this order be published January 20-tt Alp JACKSONVILLE
,of extending that portion to a point further F FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES
published in Jacksonville,for .
1 in one of the newspapers my absence from the Stt.F..C. SWtl '. _
some three miles below. St. .ark where and Cumberland Ol and the space of three months from date previously to said DURING as my. attorney in euOt a w Office-Sammis' Block,M Jan t first toon 1- _--S_,
Tennessee
The week consecutively for said three accounts one F. K. ontheleft. 1s
without hearing once a notes,claims and How.
Ye jsda can-come passing theob-. Mining Company have struck splendid vein months Jfk U. A. PUTNAM. :

Overton county, Tennessee, JudfflKastern Judicial Circuit. Assignee of F. K. Howard. ,
Btracttona ini e:<2ianncl. Considerable_ in- petrolem In January 2 -
the of Obed and L Aaron W. DaCosta,Clerk alibi Circuit Court for J. mrCHHIX M. D ,
_terest is also felt in replacing the iron"on the one milefrom, junction the county of Dnval and State of Florida, do hereby rrTNOTICE. -----5- : .
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now fifty-one AND 8URCEON.B.A.VG ,
There
are
rivers. PHYSICIAN ---.
Roaring certify that the foregoing to be a true and correct cop] t:
Live Oak branch, which has been increasedby in that vicinity. order now on file la my office .having demands against the et
flowing.wells of the original ALL win o t laT for the on hand and tor sajev: *I am abo
the vexations)dday experienced by the Witness my name u Clerk of said Ctrarsm Jackins, de present t r pp KEPTeoudanUy matbto for'--\. -4
n oe
= within the
-. and the seal of said court this 20th, December duly .
[ ] nc p his services to his friend and the public.OOettaatemex aDd tomb stones and agent for Iron k.ue for cemoterylotikwnske.
merchant In/ecdTing their goods afiet their estimated that freedman in tin 18(05.A.ARO ",or this notice will be pleaded In o residence, corner .- -
It is every W. DACOSTA recovery. Those Indebted the above will make o FO&
arrival at J Jacksonville. and.heavy expense South has cost every white man in the North. (1.rk;" suite payment t t R.M.GERMOND. la streett. ." It-U C.u.vtIau jatd. I' SDec.
.
Vtwo thousand dollars. Ie. r.-3m Dec 1& Attorney f0 Adla'lti '
aflr paying the ditrg companies. fire '

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t'r.- ... .J''I/... .J 4 I Receiving Forwarding

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'::'WHOLESALE. : ::1 Bay Street, .
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'." ,. ," to bU largo and select aiworimctit'of ,Drugs Patent RETAILDFlERSIn ;
: I' MediclneaFanfyAIticIesPlnts.<< Oil, Window Glass ,GENERAL

We have jusl received a large and desirable .QTTTVC nftAXr, TJT jpjj OOT iiyj\- J 1JA.YSTEE.. Stationary, ke., .Vc.. among wl.iih may be found : : '*
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Sulphate Quinine. uf- ,* ,. .
STOCK OF
JACKSONVILLE .P.LA. :, Castor Cream O.I.; Tai tar, General l Merchandise.Corner COMMISSION MERCHANTS

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Cnlomrl -
H &e# G'lJdd.5 '
: Blue Maw '
NEW :
STOCK
AND. .LARGEtSSORTMENT Tw'v''a-ro' "o ID s. Sulphur, of Bay and Ocean-strs.

.'. .t I .. ... ." .. Magnesia, ke: X"a.:: AND .a, sjuuns BLOcK -
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And have fitted up,the:,Spacious Chambers ':'; JVST RECEIVED. .'. ,,'" Patent Medicine, I

? ..,1"r". '::'..overonr r!t reWHOLESE .exclusively M.L.i! t.; "3 Townsend's. Sarsaparilla, Jacksonville, Fla. i : BAY 'HTRKETT.JACTZSQYILLB .
Ayer's Sarsaparilla

Print. lion- Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, 14 'it .
DEPftRTMEHT} --- ---- -
t>e1a ;':f'j:: ; _.ui.i-n.'"' -..' '-. _Pork_ ..."t' .. ''. Ayer's Indian Ague Cholagogtic Care, i FLORIDA

Where we now:hare every variety of Goods Flannels : 11 i f: .:". t' Hams fr .... DAv!.'.J'ain Killer iI ,

Bod way'*Remedies I .:; -_-__ .__
In this line, such as ; Shawls Shoulders : < Fahnestock's Vermifuge, REjust In receipt of another large stock of goods. ;- -t

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Ladies' and Misses" Straw, Velvet,Plush audFe'lt ', Sheeting! Butter South American Worm Fever Candy and Angne Remedy, consisting ofREADYMADE, ARE NOW OPENING THE LARGEST

Skirts Cheese rt Brown's Ess. Ginger, of Goods< ever offend tor ale iIa UM ....
HATS, of the latest style ; Go LAGER Winslow's Soothing Syrup, CLOTHING upou 8Ud1 terms aa should Induce Ceoatrr tadotte*

Velvet and Straw BONNETS Hits -. Salt Uyatt's Life Balsam r5Obl1t. to ftl lust price ovr- good betoi* pu.
; \ Velpeaa's Remedy AND chasing In other markeU. The.loHowln*' are among r

Black and White Edge Velvet Ribbons ; 0 Shoes Coffee : Mustang Liniment, the principal artictM oomprisla .ar stock:, 4


.Silk-- Ribbons ; ..-:Bagging- powder.. "5 Is now opening one of the largest Stocks I j Roger's McMunn's Syrup Liverwort Ettxer, and Tar., Gents' Furnishing: Goods, DKY :GOODSloooi'IzcsPuAGyE. ..

British

Feathers ; Plumes ; WINES LIQUORS: : ETC. of GOODS ever offered iu this market, con- j Bateman's Oil Drops, &c., Ac Ladies Fancy Knit.Shawls; ,

Ornaments ; .. Photograph Albums,

Wire"Ribbons ; '" .. Also A enM for the sisting of I Backgammon Blank Books Boards HOODS, 1n1BIAJI.. ..EJuu..ca..A.zJUCUf.

'""Milliners' Needles ; Columbia Fire Insurance Company of New Torlc. 1 Wallets I GLOVES, 110SB'- : .

Excelsior Fire Insurance Company of New York. NTh, ETC. BVJIAJC1X8,
DRY GOODS IN EVERY VARIETY. Mirrors, ..
.
Cape Lace Putnam Insurance Company of Hartford Conn. i GAflU .
;
Home Insurance Company Savannah.NOT. flair Tooth. Cloth,Shaving; GROCERIES.White "-

Bonnet Frames : : .23-tf: DRESS COODS, and Whis! Brashes, &e.,&. AXOftKZAOJLOWEIX

VELVET OF ALL COLORS, crfamery, Etc., and brown sugar Ten and Coffee, Raisins ,

GREAT 'DISTRIBUTION FRENCH MEUI OES, Ln'jin's Extracts, in whole half and quarter boxes nuts of allkln,dried .ABXOLDS.BICHXOXD. .
And a Beautiful Lot of fruit, figs,prunes. .tc.PBOVISIONS..
Night Blooming Cerens AND
OTIOCB MHJUL1QQ9
{BY THE WOOL, DELAINES Fancy Extracts, ,

rFrm 'Jcoo( @Wg( Colognes, PIECES BLEACHED' AND BXOWX
PRINTS, DOMESTICS ': Hair Oils
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION.' : ,Scaps TICKING AND 8HXBTI3rQ.

AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF gozodont.Tooth Soaps and Powder, Lard Pork Bacon, Hams, Tlonr 10 BAUE8 !
Auibrosia Butter Cheese, OIIX.unTJ&GL:
Which we offer to the trade at the ESTABLISHED Sterling's Kendall's Amboline, ke.,&C. : sJ
': Hominy &:c. 25O PIECES K KCHSTTES; FAC2TIC %1f

Lowest Prices.We 1 8O Broadway, New York. FANCY COODS, Candles. Boots and Shoes Hate and Cap*. AND HAHII.TOX DZUU3TES.HICKOBT .
Gum Drop, Sugar and Burnt Almonds
Rosewood Pianos Melodeons Fiue 011 En' Peppermin'Drops
Paintings Votlons ,
\Tooden.ware Yankee ,
call the attention of'the '::, ,Lozenges &c., *1:'. ,
most respectfully graviugs.Silver Ware Fine Gold and Silver Watches |1 TRIMMINCS, DEHIHS.JHAB1.BOBO STBIPES
Diamond Pins,Diamond EmgK,Gold Dracelels.J J Toilet and Fancy Article,
trade in Florida to our stock, as Ccrnl Florentine, Mosaic Jet, Lava and Stationery.Letter .HICKOBT. VHX B.ALZ.ALPACAa .

Cameo Ijadipa'fieU, Gold Pens.:Vitk BUTTONS Note and Foolscap Paper, I CUTLERY; PARAMATTAS, I.U8TBXS
,
White and Yellow ,
We Import Our Own Goods Gold and Silver Extension Holders I Vena Ink and Inkstands Envelopes Cards ke. Wines Etc. KOBAIB,
Sleeve Butv>ns, Sets of" AND BALMORALS. ,Playing Ales, Liquors,. -

Studs, Vest and Neck !November! KAZOVBKA,
and shall be constantly supplied with Cutlery. .*
every-
Chains, Gold Kings, AB3IIJBE CLOTHS, ETC.
thing new.and desirable, and shall always be fcc.. Valued at CLOTHING.GENT'S Razors, Razor Straps Pocket Knives, and Scissors. WHITE SPRINGS 110TKL. IHAXH.T03 CHECKS, A.XCY..uJD PI IX.

': able to compete "with the New York mar :: Cotnrrr.Fu.THE {
Tobaeco. BICHABDS09TS IBISH UXEX
FURNISl'lING ,
$1,000,000.DISTRIBUTION GOODS. undersigned take pleasure in annonncinj to
kets.Milliners Navy. Anderson's Solace and Amulet he Is prepared to accommodate: STEtTABTni AND OTHEB HAKEBS.
and-Traders will please give us a is made in the following mancer I public that
call before going-North to buy Goods, and CnilTIFICATES:' naming each article and its VALUE, CLOTHS, Killickinick, Shanghai,bacco.and Anderson's Smoking To- those seeking a healthful and pleasant silaaUoa. TABLE DAMASK, 'rOWEJ.I.Il'lQ.

examine our stock and prices are placed in SEALED ENVELOPES which are well Cigars of the best brands. Our table are furnished with the beat the market of :NAPKINS, ETC. ETC., ETC.
mixed. One of these Envelope containing the Certificate CASSIMERES, the country will afford. LADIES AND GENTS LINEN .CAHBBIC
or Order for some Article, will be delivered at Be has eomlortable hacks running In connection -

Jno. C. Maker & Co. our office or sent by mail to any address, without. regard VESTINGS, Pipes. with every train, between this place and the BaUroad nANDKEBCHIEPS.UEK8TICHED .

to choice, on receipt of 25 Cents. SATINETS I McrllCbaum.I depot,at Welborn. >;. ,
,
Imitation Mcrscliaum \\". A.TURNER, Froprletor.July .
On receiving the Certificate the purchaser will see I, EHBBOIDEBED
what Article it I>DRAWS and its value and can then send FLANNELS, ETC. Bricrwood Rosewood,Applewood Clay, &C. 22.-tf. ,
139 CONGRESS ONE DOLLAR and receive the Article named, or eau Diamond and Safety Matches. FANCY AND SCOLLOPED

choose AST OTBFR one Article on our List of the same :I100T ; .AND SHOES, STRIPED AND ,CHECKED CAXBBIC
Liquors, Syrups, etc. C. PARKHURSTCO
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value.y :NAINSOOK, INDIA BOOK
SA V.A..N"N"AE3: :, G-A_ Purchasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES may, Including all the new styles of Ladies' Misses' Brandy, AND SWISS
PLAIN
in this manner. obtain an Article'ORl'H FROM ONE TO Sherry Wine, AND DOTTEDHT8LINS.
FIvE HUNDRED DOL.IAKK, and Childrens' Laced Balmoral and Port Wine .
List of Prices sent to any address, and al. : ; Fancy Holland, Gin DEALERS IN .

orders promptly filled. Dec 9-3m FOR ONE DOLLAR Polish varieties. Whiskey, JACONET. 'cR..WDJ1EYII. TABIXTON S.

,"-- -. which they need not PRY until it is known what is drawn Blackberry Brandy, STAPLE DRY GOODS AND LADIES WHIT E, BROWN, MIXED AND. 7

and its value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed in all Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in Lemon Syrup, B ,ACK OSE.
Cases. The Eureka Gift Association would call atten- .
Vanilla
: Syrup
0. A. CASE & CO. tion to the fact outs being the Original and Largest great variety. Raspberry Syrup, Strawberry Syrup Pineapple Syrnp. GROCERIES, GENTS WHITE BRO VN, MIXED AND

Gift Association in the country. We are therefore enabled BLACK HALF HOSE.

to send 'Istn: GOODS, aud give better chances to Paints, Oils, Bonnet
obtain the more faluallejirizes, than any other establishment and Belt Ribbons of all WbiteLead, Kitchen Furniture, also Rope
of the Viud. The business contines to be Twine and other article
JEWELERS kinds.UMBRELLASAND. Chrome Green". Bagging,
conducted in a fair and honorable manner and a large Chrome Yellow, The highest:Market price paid for all kind of Country Furnishing Goods. Cloths. Cass!
,'" and greatly increasing trade is proof that our patrons Prussian Blue Produce at the new Store next door to the Post
meres. .
appreciate this method of obtaining ri-h and elegant PARASOLS Red and Black Paints Office.
-
goods. Linseed Oil. Benzine C. PAEKHCKST, ecUcee Shirt White
and
FaneJ'iU.ea
During the past thfo Association sent a A. 11USSEY. ,
year very
!I VTK
> AND C.A.I' .
Piaster
large number! valuable prizes to all parts of the Window Shade Paris, Whiting, *c., ke. Jacksonville. Ko",.11. 1865.-tf. Hickory Mixed and:Wool Shirts, Gray.

I! country. Those who patronize us will receive the full Paper Collan Jean Cvttonade
Liquid Blue fet(-
GLASS CROCKERY ,
AND
zu value of their money as no article on our list is M orth WOODEN u

lefts than One D.,llar. retail, and there are no blank: WILLOW WARE. Petroleum Congress,Water GUIDE.-YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIO- Delta, Etc.

.-. ..e Parties dealing with us may depend on haYing prompt Scidbtz Powders\ MARRIAGE WORK of every one his own Doctor LADIESt' WEAR snen.a* Plain.Faneyf and
returns. aud the article drawnill be imtifdi.itrly
.... sent to address by return mail or Citrate of Magnesia: Being a Private Instructor for Married Persona or. Linen Collar, Trlnunlaxm BnUton
any express. FURNITURE.PARLOR '
1z those about to Many both Male and Female, in everything
Extract
= iiiJ The following parties have recently drawn valuable June 10-tf for nnLiug Root Beer &c., &e., concerning the physiology and relations of oar *,, !lalmorl.4Skirt.., Etc.
prizes from lhe Eureka Association and have kiudly ,
Sexual System and the Production or Prevention ot
_. _._
.... allowed the use of their names many other names DINING ROOM -- -- Offspring,including all the new discoveries never before BOOTS AND SHOES.
might be published were we permitted I l given in the English language by Wm.Young D.
< Andrew Wikon.Custom House Philadelphia Penn., AND CHAMBER SETS NEW STORE
D. This ia really a valuable and interesting work.It .- 100
.e Oil Painting, value, $100; James Hargraves, 821 of is written in plain language for the general reader (CMC:Boota and Shoes, -Kadlec. .BsO..
All which will be sold for
cash.
Broadway New York Oil Painting ,'alne. $100 E. cluap moral and Polish
; and illustrated with upwards of one hundred engra Boots,'W...*..'" Hip

F. Jones Harret Marshall Co., Kansas, Melodeon val. Merchants from'the interior will do well ON vings. AU:young; married people or those eontempla- Kid, Goat'and Lasting,deaf. Sewed
$200 Patrick J. Ct. Gold
ue ; Byrnes, Waterbury ,
ting marriage and having the least impediment to
Watch, value, $123; ; J. F. Shaw 224 East 24th Street to call and examine my stock before purchasing married life should read this book. It discloses secrets Pumps, dent Calf Sewed .F?& ix, a.

----s., New York, l'iauo'alnl', $330; Mrs. Cbas. J. Nevin, 13 that every one should be acquainted with. Still Boots, Peered; aad Sewed. 6mr. Calf
elsewhere. A. Y :S T "Ft. EJ TTl rp
Y. :
Elmira. N. value Jliss
Piano $300; Lucy Janeway _
it is a book that must be locked up, and not lie about Kid and Patent l>atb r S&MK
:Elmira N. Y., Cluster Diamond King value f 200 ;Mrs. I ,Cou'!
O. IGEJnJnckcoitville the house. It will be sent to any one on the receipt of
A a<7crt.tock Watches ; Jewelry sofid al1- K. Hennoyer City Hotel Xasiuille, Tenn., :Melodeon ._ Fifty Cents. Address Dr. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 and Balmoral Shoea, Hen Erljjs .'
HAVE &r. i.c. for the Value >123 Oscar M. Allen, ]!, 142d Eo-f. Ind.Vols. P. IDEXRERG & CO. '
ware aceordeons >iodni ; tfo. Octo f>r 21tfSOAP Spruce Street, above Fourth Philadelphia. Children Boot.,&. .. ""
Nashville, Tenii., WatcJi, l5 Rowland J .IIt"
Holidays, which they offer at reasonable prices. value $ ; <
Alto every description of fine watchf s,jewe/ry, music S. Patterson Co. D, 10th low. Vel. Vols., Oil Tainting, September 30Gm.COPARTNERSHIP HATS ; ..
boxes Ax., cleaned and repaired.A value,$1 DO ;Mis. Abbey J.Pa'rsocs, Springfield, Mass., SOAP just received from Xew ANDi'j&:
rood assortment of spectacles always on baud and Melodcou.value $150 ; James L. Dexter, City Surveyor HAVE .' ofall kinds York a complete as ':

new f 7asa ea art in .'d frames. Syiacnse X. Y.. Gold Watch value, $150; Mr. DRY Merchandise, sncn as NOTICE.The Ladle Straw. Felt. Silk ,Par .IkQ.-
Mr. Case has an experience of 15 years acquired in James Ely, 177 Woobtcr:;t., cor. Ble.'Sor, :N. Y., Oil .-- ,. GOODS 'Turban, aad other StyloJH a's Wool
the best houses uf New York Washington and New Painting, value $100 ; Mrs. J. C. Coles Grand Rapids ( '
Orleans and hopes to sustain his character for integrity Michison: Silver Caster value $40 : Dr.J. U. Sin- MOODY & BARRETT, FURNlSmjSG GOODS nuaerunT nndcrsiirned naaie Abu have-jria to-day u* _formed-- a Co-partnership-, 4 LtI.JJ U ,

and hii skill as a workii-nn. Thankfufor the clair No. i Main.;t., Utica N. Y.,Framed Engraving, BOOTS

liberal rapport he hat received the pant 18 months, he value $25 ; Hon. Luther DeUiiold. "'a.'-hlngton. I).C., SHOES Jas. L; Hathaway TJtley Crockery and, Glass ..WarKinds. of all: '

hopes by strict and personal attention to merit a continuance Oil Paiuting.Ine $100. Steam Soap Works t
of the same. Work from the country vti/I, received Letters from various parties throughout the country HATS .- ; :
prompt aid careful attention.C. acknowledging the receipt of very valuable gift may CAPS (formerly HATHAWAY CO., Wilmington. N. C.,) 4.
A. CASE.J. be seen on file at our office. Savannah, Coorgla.M for the transaction of a Shipping and General Commission Cro'ceries-afldproysjona.;

J. HOLLAND. GROCERIES business, ia this city at 171 Pearl Street. ..

Dec IG-f To be Hold for One Dollar Each t'rACreRF.R8 or PROVISIONS We solicit consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores 600 barrels Hour ',. ..-i iSO J I '
Products .
FLOUR Sheetings Yarns 'robaeeo, and other Southern 600 half barrels Hour

.. -- -_- .-n"-"- -r w'V'T --.- WiOimtt regard to mine, and n>i toteraidfr until you GLYCEKIXE, BROWN WINDSOR: VIOLET to the sate of which our prompt personal attention 30 casks Bacon .
know what yruvnll raxirr. KACH. HAMS will be Iven. We will mak liberal advance upon I
50 Elegant Eoten'd Kanos,wOrth $250,00 to 500,00 BAR AND TOILET SOAPS BACON receipt Invoice and Bill Lading. All Merchandise 50 casks barrels Hams Pork., (Mass Cincinnati and Prime Sugar'.O'*!>

@ @@@ 50 :Melodeons, lto.e\V'd Cases.... 125,00 to 225,00 and Produce shipped to ns are insured from pointof 60 half barrels mitoa
OF EVERY DESCRIP. Market
100 Fine Oil Painting. .......... 25,00 to 100,00() FISHSALT I shipment, with or without advice. Invoices should 10 barrels Dried Beef Beef-., ,

100 Gold Hunting Case Watches.... 75,00 to 150,00 TION. always accompany each shipment. 60 ban-eto kslf bsiMto
atones,. Oha1n: s,. 150 Diamond limps............. .. 50,00 to 200,00 POWDER SHOT Both of us having had over twenty year experiencein 35 kits Salmon sad kits efILsesri

250 Ladies' Gold Watches........ CO.OOto 8>,00 TUTESSRS MOODY&BARRETT WOULD HARDWARE CUTLERY business in the South and Gur 1. L. HATHAWAY. 100 sacks Bio Coffee

:DIAMOND RINCS, ETC. 450 Silver Watches... .. .... :..... 25OOto 60,00 111 respectfully announce to the public that they GLASSWARE CROCKERY three yean in New York we feel confident we can secure I 000 sacks UverpoolSsIt .
2X10 Fine! Steel Engravings Framed 12,00 to 25.00 full price for our friends who will favor us with 100 '
Worth over one million dollars All to be sold for 10 'MusicUoxes.. .. 12,00to 45,00 have just opened theirSTEAM WINES LIQUORSCHAMPAIGNE their consignment barrels coffee, crashed granulated powdered

on*dollar each, without regard to value! 1 100 Silver Revolving Patent Castors 15.00 to 40,00 JAS. HATHAWAY.. 60 and common brown Sugara
barrels
Hot to be paid for until you 100 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets. 15,00 to 35.00 SOAP WORKS, SEGARS Dec.9. 1865. WOU' H. UTLEY.: 800 barrels Soda Molasses.Golden Syrup *e.
Boston Bread
,Sager sad Pflo
know what you are 500 Sets Silver Tea k Table Spoons. 15,00 to 30,00 dec. -3m New York SCO
to receive 1 .... 5OOto TOBACCO, &c. boxes Sods Sugar,Boston sad Pilot Bread
2,500 Ve8tandXeckChain. 25.00 and are fully prepared to fill all orders for the following UNCUBENT VUNDS. 60 chests: half sad quarter Teas Oolon*sad
Hjscm
2.500 Ladies' Silver Porte Mounles... 8,00 to 15,00;) Bar Toilet All of which v.e offer for sale a110rilles at whole 3000 s
SPLEHDID LIST OF ARTICLES. 3,000 Silver Butter Knives... ....... 3.00to 7,00 and Soaps ; =;*. sale and retail THE 3CBIBER:WILL PAY TIlE: lIIGHESTmar poaads Candy,stick and mixed.

2,000 Pairs Ear Rings (new styles).. 1,50 to 6.00 Country produce taken in exchange. Merchants and I et price for nncurcnt funds.
All to be Sold for$1 Each. 3,000 Gold Pencils and Tooth Picks! 3 00 to 8,00 PALE SOAP, EXTRA No. 1, dealers are invited to call and examine our stock.P. J a A. H. McCOBMICK... Wrles.al1d Liquors.

3,000 Onyx and Atnetb)st Brooches.. -4,00 to 10,00 EXTRA No. 1 RESIN Jacksonville Oct. 21, 1865.-tf. :
250 Solid silver Dininr sets.$5 :0$300
.. ._... 3,000 Lava and Florentine :Brooches. 4,00 to 6.00 FRIDENRERG, A CO. 100 bbl*. aid
600 Silver salvers aid Urns. .. W) to 250: or YELLOW SOAP, J' Eeuteky-why.
Tea sets ... .... 1,000 Masonic 4,00 to 6.50 100 ..... aM1O Bourbom Wlalsll:7
COO Solid silver complete 50 to 300 NOT 25-3m Jacksonville Fla. :
2,000 Fine Gold Watch Ke'.8.... ..... 8.50 to 6,50 AMERICAN LAND COMPANY.
GERMAN >
bbU.;old CfcklactaM bRa Jius
..
150 Kowwood Musical Boxes, 32 airs .. 75 to 250: .
.. --
.... .
5,000 ChIMrf'n.sArmlet8. 2.50to 8.00 100 ...... old
... Cocaae BnuI4b'30
200 Mahogany Music! Boxes. 24 airs. 50 to 200
2,500 Sets of Bosom lu< 1,50 to 5.00 EllA SI V JOHN A. AVDBEW8, ... -
.. .. cawb*
.
250 Gold Hauling Wntcbes 75 to 251) rm@JJ 2.500 Enameled Sleeve Buttons..... 2,50 to 10,00 f8TY ) 23 .
250 Ladicc Enamelled Gold Watches.... 50 to 200 CHEMICAL, //T Massachusetts, President. Pipea old HaUajsd w.. .
10.000 Plain Gold and Chased niugs. 1.00 to 5,00
..... 300 Cswec flue old Part
600 Gent Hand silver Watches 35 to 100 .
og I. P.BOUSE. W.
500 0i-l'n.faeelil".rWatchI.8... ........ 25 to 60 5,000 !Stone Set and Seal Kings 2,50 to 10,00 OLIVE A.JBKTAST. CEXTIUI. orncr, 87 BROADwAY, 1'. T. Baderla' ."

... ....... 5,000 Lock', all Bizes! 2.001O 7,00 (TlIIuljofJackltmr, Fla.) SJierry'
500 Ivory Opera Glasses 25 to 100 ....... CASTILE, buy sell lease, rest or excbonge city or -
) Setsofhadica'
10,000 8,001o WILL
600 Mother of Pearl LolIgo<-tte.. ....... 50 to 100 Jewelry. 20,00 FORWARDING & COMMISSION property negotiate loans, or transact Claret
300 Six Karrel Revolvers............... 16 to CO 4,000 AVatch Charms(each) 3.00to C.50 Ac. other business connected with the interests of the Santeme .5
...
500 Single and Double eliooterg. .. .... 10 to 50 S.OUil Gold Pens, SilverEx.Canes.. 4,00 to C.OO MERCHANTS. South and West on commission. Those offering pro. and "laer 11'1.....

300 Decant Oil Pain.mjrs: ................ 50 to 100 o.COO Gcufs Breast and Scurf Pill 3,00 to 20,00 Also, a large variety Toilet Soaps, comprising 191 BAY-STREET, SAVANNAH GA. peTty:; by mail will please give foil particulars, with -
2,000 Ladies'New St le Belt Buckles 4,00 to
260 Marble statues Biuts, &c.... ........ 50 to 200 } 6,50 give prompt attention to receiving and term;those who apply for loans will mention the security : TIN"W'A'REOF.
250 Diamond Rings... ......_........... 50 to 100 2,000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains 6.00 to 20,00 HONEY. WILL goods sales on consignment, and and their references. No charge except ia cases
LOOO Gold Thimbles:.
6,000 Pbolo. Albums all sites... .. ...... 6 to 50 7,00to, 14,00 for-I answered byTHURBER.
orders. And will also keep hand of success. Inquiries promptly .
_. constantly on a
:
2,000 Sets Ladies' Jet and Gold. r. 10.00 to 20,00
.. .... .. PALM,
Keck Chains. 15
2,000 Gold Vest & to 50 stock of Groceries Liquors, Agricultural ,SOULE *: CO.. S

3,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelet*...... ...... 5 to 10 10.000 6,000 Gold Oval Crosses Band: Bracelets.........." 6,00 l,60to to 20,00 6.00 CAMPANULA, Building Material. Fairbanks: & Co'a scales, &C., Agents (and Real Estate Broken) Jacksonville,Fla., EVERY DESCRIPTIOY.
8,000 Chat.ed Gold Bracelets ..... .... .... G to 12 sides other goods and manufactured article for and Charleston. S. C. Imp January C
.. ...
4,000 Chased Bracelets.. .. 6,00 to 16,00 '
Chatelaine Guard Chaic......... 6 to be-I Hard Ware
2.000 20 and
ALMOND on consignment and for which they are Agents. Farming 1Jte1 Jils.
.
....., 2,000 Ball EH rd rejig, all colors.. .. 3,00 to 5,00
& 7.000 Solitaire k Bevolving JJrooclies 5 to 10 deis and consignments respectfully solicited. TOWINC.
.. ... 5.000 Fine Gold 2,00to 3,50 TRANSPARENT NAILS
2,000 Lava & Florentine du. .. .. 4 to 10 January 6-3m S.
( ) New Jet & Gold
2,000
style Eardrops 3,00 to 7,00
6,000 Coral:Opal Emerald dO..f 4 to 10 J powerful new Tug. U. S. GRANT Captain
8.000 IoaalcJtt & lava Eardrops........ 4 to 10 2,600 New style Long Cr'stal"" 4,00 to 8.00 ROSE, THE TRACE CHAINS
,is now permanently on the river for the
Gold Pens......... .
2,000 3,00to 6,00 A. DUTENHOFFER, JNO. I! W. HILL,
7,000 Coral Enicrald Eardrops....!. ..... 8to 8 PITMMICE, purpose of towing Vessels, rafts ke.
STEEL.CORN
5.000 California Diamond Pins.. ....._.. Cto 20 Savannah, Ga. Jefferson Co., Fla.J J.8A31M13&CO.. MTLI4CORrSllELL5
nA:: chance to obialn of the above articles for LAVA, .
\ Diamond Pins...... ... any '
5tMJ( Cal.Coulter 3 to 10
Nov. 11 tf
3.000 sets Solitaire Buttons &Mud........ 3 to 10 One Dollar by ]>urcha ing a scaled Envelope for 25 cts.A3" &:e., Ac. A. DUTENHOFFER & CO Agents. ,

3,000 God! Tiiimbles, 1'encilK. &:c.......... 3 to 8 Five sealed Envelopes' will be sent for $1,00 PLOWS
No will be
4 10,000 Lockets 40ubl<>-:1&88.: .............. 3 to 5 Eleven for$2OO; Thirty for$5,00 ; Sixty-fix f quality price to Foreign
00 One Hundred AGENTS WANTED perfume any American or SADIRONS
8,000 Lockrt for )Miniature............. 5 to 10 ; fur $15,00' Soapa. Our motto shall be BURKHIM ,
EVERYWHERE.Our "semper idem and Merchants -
3.000 Gold Tootbpicls Crosses to....... 3 to 8 I i
all not GRINDSTONES
goods in and &
L 5Qo0pIaIaGoId1LInge.. .................. 4 to 18 patrons arc desired to send United States; money equal quality price to American or S 1
6,000 chaacdGoldIUn"8.... ............... 4 to 10 when it is convenient. Long letters are unnecessary. funded.Foreign manufacture shall be returned and money re Bay Street, Savannah Ca. DRAPER and TAILOR .

f 10.000 Shield &Kiirjet Hints.... ........... 3 to 10 Orders for feEALED ENVELOPES: must iu every Prompt attention given to the purchase gala and ,
shipment
10,000 California Diamond Kings........... 3to 10 case beaecompsuledby the CAlm, with the name of THE HIGHEST PRICE I'AID FOR TALLOW AND of Cotton. Lumber and Country Produce OO@D < w.
the sending, and Town County and State rOHBTTHE STREET,1aAB OCEAN mw
person
8,000 aet8 Ladle Jewelry jet ............ 5 to 10 GREASE. generally. Consignments so
1.000 .ct.Ladle..Jewell'Jcord..... ...... 8 to 15 plaluly written. Letters should be addrc-si to the licited onwbich liberal advances

6,000 etjjjdjes'JewehyOflJX............ lOto 12 Managers, ns follows t Order addressed to MOODY k BARRETT or L. J. will be made. Jacksonville, Fla. OF .ALL .KINDS. :& ,SIZES:
6.000 set Ladle'Jewelry, lava.........-. 12 to 25 lioomvix neXT A co., GUILMARTIN CO., will receive prompt and Immediate --

2,500 seta Ladies'Jewelry.mosaic. ....... 20 to 30 Box S70G Poet Office, New- York. Attention. nEFERENCE8.Brigham. : subscriber baa established himself permanently WcDoiD V'V.A.ElEL
10.000 GoldPcn..ltbaiL holders......... 5 to 10 Dec. 2--2nip All Tallow and Grease sent to L. J. GUILMARTIN THE Jacksonville foi the purpose of carrying on the
Gold with Gold holder....... 6 ..._ .. k CO., will receive the highest market price dec 304m Baldwin & Co., Sa Y&I!nah. Hiram Rob- .
Pen to 10
business in an its branches. has hand
5,000 .L"= Y. on a large OF EVERY
6,000 Gold Pens k holders super'r........ 10 to 10 -_ -*- -. .... _-- -.-.... _..,-. -,,-_ ._ boris E q.. Savannah. J. H. Zeilin & Co., !Macon Ga. handsome stock Ready-mads Clothing;also a fiDe V RETY.WOl1. .
Dr. N. L. Angler, Int.Rev. Col.,
sIlverOoblt.s t Drinking Cup ..... 8 to 12 LAND AGENCY7A. Augusta. James U. of
assortment and
6,000 MARKET. Broadcloths Casimeres. Veatinp.wliiell ,
:
Ball. Esq.. Atlanta, Ga. Willis Chisholm.
Atlanta
Castors k. Wine holders...... 15 to Ga. @W'
S.000 silver 60 he is prepared to make up at a moments notice W OOE
3,000 silver Fruit *Cake..Baskets......... 20 to 5.) H. McCORMICK C. L. RobUon. Jacksonville, Fla. F. Dibble,Jacksonville to order. He respecting returns his gratitude for th* .
OYSTERS I ,OYSTERS I Fla. Col. W. J Bailey Jefferson Co., Fla. D.
liberal support he has received and: strict '
hopes by
PARKINSON & CO. No. II. Baldwin k Co., New York. Bearden & Co., New 3000 BASKETS, from one quart to thre.
208 attention to business merit .
MESSRS. .. AGENT FOR ,THE SALE, PURCHASE York. Warren Mitchell E.q., Louisville,Ky. to a continuance of|the
,. New York;Extensive Manufacturer of Lands in Florida. subscriber takes this method of announcing to Jan 13tfTRUSSES same. J. BUBKHUf.Deo. bushels
and Importers of many of the leading and''moat fashionable THE .23-3m
he ,
pnblice that is under obligations for
many
Address Jacksonville Fla.
of Watches and Jewelry desiring to In. : STATIONERY.PAPERv
style ,
past favors and hopes in the future be always ready .
SINGLE AND DOUBLE .. ..
to unlimited extent
crease their business an have resolved August :SnipWATCHMAKER to serve his friends in the town and country st short -

upon a Great- Gift sale,subject to the regulations v__. ._ .___- ... ,_1 u__ rn'---r notice with the best oysters at the IcweU prices, by supporters <.,.* 8ECUPJ.TYINSURANCE: COMFAHY
following: the busheL Suspensary bandage, Bilk and cotton -
plate
or
Certlnctte naming each article and Its value are quart Physicians Pocket cases, assorted -oJ'New -. INKS ,
Orders from the and
punctually carefully at-
1 ) @ \ country
placed In Healed Envelope and well mixed. One Q Q ended to. Physician's Pocket vial cases assorted PEN8 AND ,PE3SCILSENVELOPES
of will be sent mail to address Evan' Thumb Lancets York. ; ; [
tbes*envelopes by any B. K. CHASE & CO. genuine >

OB receipt of twenty-five ceutt. At the Jacksonville Market, Stall No. 6.. Tooth Forceps assorted : ,. S ,, ,
metal and India ABINE *FIBE 1N811BA.NCE.
nuiJberBurgeon'
Syringes, glass ,
Nov 11 tf P. Box 12.5nnn .
O.
ALL Osx DOLLAI needles
Axnoca.SOLD AT ZACH, WITHOUT STATIONERS-
and silks GUM ,ETCUMC
Also agent for the Home Insurance Company, New ,

REGARD'TO:VALUE.On Probangs Haven Connecticut.
_. ..- .' ,_: .' .. ,-N. A1'DDEALER FOUNDS COPPERAS Uvula Spatula: J3- Office on the corner Fonyth and Ocean fits., BJU cuET.LATHS.DRUSCI.
,_ .. receipt of the certificate yotTwlfl see what you 300 pounds Epsom Salts Teeth sorted -Up Stain. B. F..FLOYD. .
,
> '
.,. .. -- '" a re tolai to.have,*nd then it Is at your option to send ,IX. 1000 pounds Flour Snlpher For sale by.3 E. P. WEBSTER k CO., Dee. '-tf Agent.
the dollar'and lake tbs article or not., Purchasers may 500 pounds Eng. Yen Red December-80 No. 4 Sammia'Block, ., ..

.. .thus obtain a Gold Watch Diamond Mnjr, or any set WATCHES, ; : COO pounds Spanish Brown Sign of the Golden Mortar. VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY ; -

of Jewelry on our Hit for One Dolar, and In no case CLOCKS, .. .-. 500 pounds Putty -- ALL STAPLE DRUGS ON HANDSADDLERY.
lee dollar's there 300 pounds Extract Logwood ,FOB SA.LE.
than
can they get one worth as are
nncertalnties. The certificates is follow JEWELRY .' ,.4 In store and to arrive, for sate by Noti !e.
BO price as : CUTLERY. be sold in front of the a H.Door,at Madison ,
E. P. WEBSTER & CO., ,-
One tar25 cents; five tor fl ; eleventor$2: thirty for ." Florida. A. and C Central R. WILL H. Fla., on the first Monday March next to .
$5, with elegant premium ; sixty five for $10 with bo 'FANCY GOODS, &0 December SO-tf No. i SamimV Block. R. -,
bidder. the via
following property.
:
hundred for and annual of the stockholders ol this MeCleIlu bal.fah:,... a- nd418
mi; ea $15, baodscme, present to the ; ::.':"f'CJ:' '-. ,- --- TUB meeting ,One Hotel containing U rooms one Livery Stable .. S
eu.er.pofUieclub. Summers' Block : St. U adjourned to meet at Jacksonville, Fla., with .. elrth1aThk8t.
Bay .1 with 3Q stalls and one House 4 rooms. To be .BI'IcIJJIutbIcal.. .
'" Aflrenta) wanted everywhere, to whom ape. JOB PRINTINC on Tuesday, February 20th. Prompt attendance ii re '
sold for division. A. T. HOLLBYMAN Adm'r.Janl3ts S
tlallDcta.oementaare offered. Address, JACKSONVILLE quested. T. O. HOLMES, Secretary 8&lrftp !pRx1i LtedZte.tr;'t--
4sdIionC
PABUnrAON CO., Importer*, NEATLY EXECUTED AT Till/61 OFFICE January 20-1m ( H.Fla "MlllIOaY.llle,WyberZ4,4a ..

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