Florida union
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Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1866
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00046
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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'wabdflnCS iu \ m4tone type.qurL or*] oe Out Up3iU,; the eamiadvertiiicmcnta. Jwarcrsia or THS TVTPES. the fact The hour of greatest heat is about 2 cint, of-juice to be extracted. I Of 'tiio ninety :Now River a little more than a mile from its I PROCLAMATION BY GOV. BROWXLOVf, renting him using shingle for tiHe ptuposat-

Altboral'liw-ountOMulc oil yearly All Click,click,click,cli.>k, all day Ions, p.m., when the thermometer fluctuates between lr cent scarcely fifty tent actually mouth is old fort Lauderdale continual ti chastise mof for mew man *'*.
ttum per are extainfd. STATE Traxnan
Went the the or
arty niv rU.anenU mart be i *i l quarterly I4aaJnt'e. Am though they types-ere lining fnyc-w a n'yticong tine, 82 and 8-1 FM and soLIoni rise* above S6 in the Cano juice itself hay usually been stat New* River rises in the Everg'ades five or six }lucvta DKPAXTxairr, }V AWB-J,-when the child begin toafenrrfagf< dkHitr

JonizvElLr .flttXZN AX l 'C- wccutedCHUM. Or lilfpcnng a gliotly cUime. shade. Further inland, beyond the first ran e ed to contain from seventeen, to 'twcenty-tlrroe \-miles West of the Fort and runs neary] Kavt ; J .sn'rn.x.zaTonn.Juno 19 1886.) ; lift then ceased pumabittgltha, and ;*
STYLE, neaOy and promptly of hills the air is cool that fires in the coach called his wife. 3h hmedi&iclr .
quite so per cent of crystaline cufarftfwhich sevwi per through cypress and pine barrens. Tart ejf; the big Mm upon a ; *,
-- With a ldened brow anita *lder heart, morning are dcsirabla. -Tho thermometer then cent in actnolly exti-aetod.makjngj loss of it flows between banks. is T.. Uirtrtr f ikt Gtneral 4wiiSly / t entrrwl heir room, and nnoa Vwlio .
forty .It
$IJ CUDY.. YVEMA$ Anil bt*ring hi. burden hlone stands at about 70.F.4. No portion*f the globe ci-nt In this Sianish'disirkt and way feet wiloat its and ,.. tftatt of TtniMuet : at the elite nafd that hft WM dyra*, tuTnidnurhi bfs.
Xcalh a cod of a-ne tie fitlloved hi* art, per .seventy forty source one hundred 'GBNTIIEMK Vor than five
& CO. the
*- more
JOHN CABDY 4 With mystery round him thrown. can probably boost of eo many indigenous fruits Bcrcnty-five percent are yJcHoi The cane ie yards wide at injunction with the main river-- years h* wa* a corpse. Thejutrtm4ez4

MANLJFACTUIIE1 OF aa Sumatra. The black pepper of commerce is passed through the rollers of:thtftnill four or five The location of Fort Lauderdale healthy at State of Tennemee has been deprived of her privileges. a verdict that duath rewltoi from chsstira*

RAW WILLS, 'feraAR KOLLEIIS For a lore now lost had wTtlwroJ hi*life produced there-a creeping plant or vine, with a timc; 7untjl the refuse of the cane 1 U reduced to all seasons of the year. The water upon the in the Union of our fathers. By the by th. lather.!." ,
rrr.A ( To a Kutcunnal treason of our people wo have fallen from
cnrprd toaf our
ligneous stalk, hcart-shajied dark green leaves, a state of ition rfBoaibling ground tan. bar .New River inlet low
BUAFS'CASTINOS. disaegrep at at tide fi but little
IRON AXD And hiii maddened brain and soul in strife
.e member of the American ; min this su'Jeet
small white* blossoms, tho fruit hanging in high as a great STIKTINO or Al\B\M* Aj
After the has left tbemillitiimme. From
JACKSONVILLE; 7L4.t4o1er Kan riot In bitterest grief. cane finally over two feet. thence to Fort Dallas by I
Confederacy. For morev than a'year post the of dintress in bof.Mhiat '-
bunches clusters
tf or resembling thosoof the currant iliatcly subjected thpoporatioitcf pressing by sea is about twenty-three miles. There is a prcacuted thepeo
For Ileavn, exiled, va lo't )in the dark, tree,but larger and lots pliant It ia from the nncy of screw ot hydrostatic force, and by wagon road a few miles inland, which follows loyal people of Ux State have been trying to > and assistance asked at thor ..hsXPb---

JOHN S. SAMMIS & Co., Or the hut ti-jnpcred-iire of lirain, four to five months ia coming to maturity. The this latter proccM -thi-teelL'ltir coot of juice is throughout its whole extent, a dry.belt of country place her in a petition, and to prove her worthy Among thow ncfghbort of oars- the nc.n-.
Ail cvi'n him pout! as a reeling bark, to be and readmitted all her forfeited of life
recognized ikocdod "lTitation
AND COMMISSION berries are at first and become axo imporatirely
UCElV1NGFURWALI)1NO green, gradually extracted which is richer" < tlian with and Koon
in a juice
Would) break,but In uiu ic pain. gar grownup pino, palmetto tee
NERCJLANTS a bright rod when ripe, and soon till off if not yielded by the mill. Acetate of'kad and sulphurous and crosses three streams; the Boca Ratoncs rights. Our Senators and Representative which we h Te of th tr midjtka sl 'iw

WUOLKSALE AXI> RETAIL DEALERS iN ITU beautiful hair fell o'er his brow, gathered. The pepper vine runs upon poles like acid are used as purifying agents 5nFtcftd Arch Creek-which is npannhd by a natural have lingered for many unmths at tho thrrsli- idle tale; amino andataryati issUIhX I1t&11t,
MERCHANDISE A ha.li. darki-r, t<>o, than the CVM; our bean poles, previously planted for that hold of the Government asking to be reseated in srnt3fomj.hjsis aakwl Iwr rdief. The mewur*
GENERAL iK-loctKl there purpose of lime ; hence, of the ninety j>er. cent of b idge and L t le River. The.wholo eli.taiu-e by
2Co lip ki-uuil the cud] now, tho National Councils. reach Let
to tins
feet in our tulo
six In asraoge iuf6annri
apar.t. ordinary seasons the juice, eighty-t.-ight cent have actually been land from Fort Landerdalo to Fort Dallas -
JadtonrJlc, Flo, 2 cu U>*ora e'en answered hudha.| per is In view of the rebellious conduct of so it. This tho ChamLcrof CoinmAcuIcaigni
ptpper vine produce two in the result'10Tho many mornraj
crops year. extracted as a practical tweuty'-Gve miles. 12.
iOB'f I ,* IL ciu*. L. &TIflR.at' In the interior districts of the Island of Java of oar poopleand the treachery of those who a5tt'Talilinj( to tuko ajcttoa In th* iwittw,
imi A. A. CAOL. And on through the dim, dewy nights so cool, Kissimmce is the largest rircr, having an The marked salubrity of South Florida has
a And all IhrjiiffU the burning day, the thermometer gencsrally stands at 65 F,, outlet in Lake Okechoobeo. It drains a ccnsidcrable been ascribed to.the predominate vegetation.The .- controlled her action Congress has deemed it Let our eitLd-ns attend anJgivT this bod/ali tla*
L. WABROCK, lie mniLiHl with the trjxM without copy or rule sometimes less, seldom exceeding 70 F. The necessary to require of us certain conditions precedent assistance ia tin-it power. We know of many'itmstaicrs
To fashion his auul' tore-lay. extent of country establihes a communication trees in which are called the pine woods,
AtCTlOEE1t AND OEXEUAL COMMISSION fruits are the mangustoen,the pride and Irtost of for vessels between the lake and the ore chiefly resinous, and abound in hydrogen, o<* guarantees for our future loyalty. Td j amon< tlirav unfbrtnnaf c people, wkes
MERChANT, India, the inexpressible of which this end it has been deemed necessary to the se sheer want demanded that the iced potatout
Wnnrying ever, a* if In a dream, delicacy no region a hundred miles North, ty enters a little vegetable matter having such a composition is
RAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA.SOLICITED. Till"i! eye-lids droop at last ; language can describe unlike, as it is tuequaI led, bay on the Northern extremity of the lake, form little disposed to pass into fermentation, and is enmity of tho whole country that the State Leg which had lcn planM to make a crop to th

But Through the muxic the tioweth beautiful on in a of stream the by any other fruit in the world. Resembling an ing a sand bar at its mouth which can be crusted .- decomposed by the slow cumbustion pf several islature should ratify certain amendments to the till, had to bo taken from tho ground. to MV
for jinHiiwin Ilio country all a.rtidetliey wing past.From in size and shape the rind Constitution of the vUnitod States, which maybe women and children from pcruhing Attend
IVill purchase orange cnconipasjjea by vessels drawing six feet. The river for a of its principles, by the oxygen of the atmos
wiih, at the loved market price. kernels covered with and white briefly stated as follows : the meeting this morning and whatever li *'ia
juicy peifudly
28" hU lovc-wreck'd life, soothing earth aliray distance of one hundred miles preserves a depth phere. If then the efficient canse of autumnal
October lyrifllur With it. end.e.s mel4., pulp' which dissolves in the month. Then there in dry seasons from four to sixtm* fct-t. Boats feaver be a gas, formed during the fermentation I. Equal protection of all citizens in the enjoyment our power, let na do it to MTC the starnny (

FRANKLIN DIBBLE, Though A. hu) it vent til)l to from eternity.a broken lyre that diy is the mango, the rambootan, the poolasang, the to navigate it successfully i.1o.iiI be sixty or docnrnpnrition of organic matter a ready explanation 2. That of classes life, liberty who are anti disfranchised property ,?without i Alabama.- (. pA..4r.i.ssrJus.WL .

co1MIs. Io ; nitciitT, ._.___;_: ... tamarind,' pomegranate, rose apple, guavantrr- seventy loot long, drawing from three to four is given of-the comparitivo absence of crime shall not Le token into account in fixing CO5V41'rio% Op 'WHf5X sy.-It appears from
rtt IrY-l r JLIJ fLt IEntere4 aeordin* to Act of Coiirrohft, in the year nona, date, banana jack fruit, pine apples, oranges foct. Tho country bordering the river is gcner- that fever in those woods. official of
the basis of Federal Uiat the amount whMwr
representation. reports oor*
purclm-.1 or alvsmt iu cnnh or .nr>plicnrft ISLu. ly L. ji. SriCJKNEY, in the UcrLY office of the shaddocks, citrons, limes, wax tie*, tallow -i ally lo\'. Its line is indicated by green hammocks All kinds of grasses contain in their culms
.u-utrunit-nU to C. jJib1Zeew i oi b.T. IM.tnet) Court of tho United Suite, for the Xorllu-in 3. That certain persons who have proved sumed annually for drinking W estimated by tin*
the kascmai which varnish
oa tree, produces I and
and blades
standing apait, agreeably varying a great quantity silicate of potash,
District of flOrj.b.Iiiisroa] emmis5ioR
themselves dangerous to the of the country as avcntgini; a gallon and a half i*.
-- 10. BDCKMANJJAiKSONriLLE OF FLORIDA. for umbrellas, and the bampang, from the resin the lantlscai-o. They contain livo oak, bay, and in their seeds much phosphate of magnicea shall not bo eligible to office.peace heaI to the "whole1 po- ulatioa of the Unijt4Jtatc
of which the jiativca make a transparent var hickory, ash and palm, ovcihanging a rich and lime; they undergo decomposition
FLORIDA.N very 4. The validity of the mtional debt shall not *.- Large as this may appear it u shown
IX LUM15iiU TIMflER, BY nish. growth of lauittl, myrtle, grapo and other vim*. slowly, and the Jesuit cannot be the same as bo questioned, while all debts incurred in aid of hat the cnnsumptinn in CanatU and the othrr
flhll1 DKAIXU I.a_ STICI.CIiPAEa In the tropical division of Florida, among others Further fnim the river are small prairies, wheio those of plants widely cliflering from them in British
MILL LOOS. SHINGLE, LATIIS, of the rebellion are illegal and void. pruvutcM i-oaclitM OTOT one, gallon a
be iucludixl
LtLl1 a-j proGtable productions
may the tall stands in Along the 13.
palmetto comjiosition.
XVI. groups. these he.uU whHo in Russia it
ALSO /.V As to the disloyal portion of our people quarter per averages na
Climate and the of God which agriculture, the cultivated species, zen iiiais, ory- lower course of the river the cypress appears, In considering the climate of tropical coun- and it is than tf, jnJIona to each and
MACHINERY. seasons arc gift terms are mild in the extreme ; hoped esa man, woman
SAW; MILL xa, sorghum, jalrojha, diusuorca, convolvulus, this and other trees its banks coveuil tiief the influent of the bo
near are to
e moon seems entirely
neither but his I to the cntiuientd child of the In Great DritaZn
man can change nor impro\e, there is nothing in" them repugnant *- population. ,
(),tober 3m anoua, p&idium, cocos, maianta, mdba, vitin, with tmlaut mofis. The Jay with its evfr- overlooked and surely if the tides of the
fkiil and be tha' all where the do not ia
industry ruay bring the inoxaustible of the loyal, or if there objections common people gcuerkdrink \
mangofua. anacaclia, carica. persica bronielia, leaf and bark is not c-ncumLfrotl the vast raised from threce fathomless bed
& BAXTER fertility of swamps aud everglades into a iculturo.1 green by ccaa ore will bo yielded upon the altar of our com spirits, the amount consumed annuaUvt U
RICHARDS an.icardium taniariudiis, eitius, j>uv>illoia, theobroma In these shades lunar it is much
UMiH. and traihfonn sem--lik sandy plains parasitical plant. dump many by poxver, not too to as.-eit that mon country. about eight-tenth of a galoci j r head, l otn
8a4PIlx''. KOIIWAHDINO AND COMMISSION'MKKCHAXTti. vanilla, eofl'ea, .sacliaruni; capsicum, ca- lcns are noticiblc. 'i he river in rainy seasons the tides of the atmosphere are liable to a similar -
and downs from William O. Brownlow Governor that licer Li the universally
swelling barre-n wasted t-j rich Therefore, I country more p j>-
janus, arat his, ojmntia, nicotina, gossypium, is turbid tho ctlor of chocolate. At influence. This much is certain that in the
fool and fruit bearing lie-Ms. To compensate for many of the State of Tennessee, in consideration of lIla bevern t*. anti no less than .22,000floo tare's
J A''KSONE1LLE, FLORIDA. sipbonia e'astua, and aic.ie,5j tho liHJika ten twelve feet above lowlands of countries attention observe
points are or tropical no "
of ale and beet d
forced labor, BCK-IU-O has pi-uvide in.it hiiu-ry in the premises, and viewing the present an ex- are c niiuin every year,
OctoVr :b-tf j The prof-penty a'd oajoymont of every cnj highest Hoods.Opjtosito of nature will fait to witness the >owerp.ercsc4 I
such jiorfcctiou that the grand and expressive j traordhmry occasion, ,do issue this my procla- whereas not more than fire or six million barrtls -
lightened nation is mainly duo to a class of men hi'liau River Inlet is Fort the the und ,
j Caproti by moon over
lines in in the United States.
1WiID llilLK. of Thackeray em a qreut Industrial Kxhi- | matiou convening the General Assembly cx- are pi-odot-i -
uG L& whoso patriotic ailcvtlo.is, or \sln>t-o geneial beneokiico of is hard few feet also animal and As
HAILE biton cf his countryTl i is btrikiiiglj' appropriate: i The site this post ground, a over vegetable nature. i tiaordinary session to consider of said anicnelj -
SAVAGE & have been too elton defrauded of the above the situ f.i'o of: the water. The bar at its regards the latter it may IM stated that there arc ments to the Federal Constitution, and do call Posrsr.. C.tmUlxiL-Fnnt the first of July,
L FACTOSS AXV COMMISSION MERCHANTS. T .IM LiiftLliKl'ti amis of ctmqust; arc, giatitude their country owes. These have 1)4.011thi t mouth can Le iro&srd by v.t-sels whose iharurht certainly thirteen springs apd thirteen autumns the members thereof to assemble in the letters postal in the Uuital States awl aildrvus] *>

MOECS'B WHAnr, The trophies i.f hrr hlxollcas MAT; introducers of new j.Lints, new flowers, new is not greater than tour and a half feet. The- in Demerara in tho year; for so many times (11)08 j Suto upon Capitol on Wednesday, July 4. 1866, when fil to the lutci.cst Inillt- C'anuoa, aT a, StSustatius -
tf I5ia\c\.o'p' us lme.Vktorii roots and new breeds ol anim.ils. The greater location is in tho of trees ascend to the branches and descend I
Dt C. 9 JACKSOXV1LLE, FLA. wan.ml gi-neiully reirnrdo. us quite equal sap land when, the 41
W.th us ths.or, she Mij-i, a hu,weaves,she tills i j-ait ot the xc.ctablo. pro-lui-tions ofKuroje, point of salubrity to any station in Iho I'eiiinsu- to the roots. For example, the Wallaba, have lnii convened"pnrpo will bo more fully stated to their tlotinnti'oti via Krnnrp, in the French

V. A.FOirV.'ARDING. McLEAN, 1 ie.LIB tho err.at.-* hills, which are now eiijod as food or as luxuries by la. The water of the river is strongly saline, (a resinous tree, common in the woods of Demerara to them. mail, at a posta-.pt of thirty three cent for eaeh

And piUiH the mas. the* people, \\ere diaxvn in-ni the luxuriant climate josstpsiug about two thirds the hjeciiic giavityot somewhat resembling mahogany) if cut In testimony whereof I have hereunto snhscrileil single rate of<>t>e- uartnr ounce or under, prr

AND COMMISSION On ae-count'of the extent and position of tho ot As'u, mil the | rofnsi'iii which now covj the ocean. A narrow strip ot land covcuil down in the dark, a few clays befoio the new name and caused the Great Seal of payment iiig:optional with lie sender.

CIIAT, I'eninsul.i its ilim tc is consiJej.ibl)' uioJiiioJhyLititudu. j ers the Liu 1 originated in thonnM>t anxious with mauirrovi) and cactu.s separates the river moon, is one of the most luiab't woods known, | the State my to be affixed, at the Department in the The ro.opocming.f.'st oflic in the South

The Blricllytiopie.il Mvtioa Los I ing anl wwo tlie: gi fts ofamong iii.livi.lnats.6JFtin.nitlied fun, tin Ma. Theso olii-r but little olietruo- for house building j>ost. A.C. In that stage attempt | city of Naslrvillo, tho 19th clay of June, 1866.I proceed slowly on m't-otuit of the difficulty of

AND INSUEANCB AGENT, Huitth of a lino dniwn from tlie mouth of 3Iani- this cla-vs was tho la- thin to the sea bee/.o which in the Muninrr come to split it, and with the utmost difficulty the Governorv.. G. UIIOWSLOW."A. finding pe.s ns who ran take tlio oath, whkl,
J74 |" STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. too river on the (Julf t-o.ist, to Indian livc-r! lii- niB..te.l Dr. 1>. C. Ambler, wh-thc enligbtciie-d tff with great le ul.xrilj' fiom the South iunl Smoitth it w ill Lo never in the most ja/ai-d, unequal J. Fletcher, Sec of State. says a Vusiiiigton correspondent, it "indispeusablo. -

*y6 tf lest, on the Atlantic* coast, or thu parallel of 27 iris to Jc-\coji! the resomccs of )his Stale, b- exttnding Ea-t.l Haifa 1 mi'o' west of the ibit, whuh is ..iitl manner that ean be imagined; cut down another y. -- .** Every postmaster' bond must be apTTored -

do.,; 30 mia. lk-low this lino the uium tempez- anl elive-rblfyiuir its j .lnetior.s. were Lii \Vret bank of Indian liiicr, is an elevated allabu, that grew within a few ymdt of the TIlE REBEL bef n-e tha commission is sent, and the
T. 1 IARTRIDGE, attire of tlia seasur.s is jirotnplol by th.it Lonorablo ambition which dililits nig.1 whii h oxtemls ii a euf-r.il iliris-tii parI fo.-mcr, at t nil mown, the I tiet> can l>e easily I DIRECT Department says that no post oflk-e can be pot

Merchant Sin-ins, 76 .leg. F. I .illel to the co.i'-t line, r.oithvxanl to the hejul of 1 split) into thu linest smooth tLingl) it. of any cle- [ The f'ecictary of the Treasury has transmitted in operation until tho postmaster has hit com-
To fc.nti rjiiiinnr 82 Jojj. !'. ." j liuliau lJivor'ind Iroi.th to St. 1'u Iop int at tLc sired th" knes, or into staves for making casks, mission.
3AItSNV1LLF; FIXJUIDAa'lcntion Aul real n- In tjiy in a leo l'l.'s ccIlcrnil
Autumn 1! deF.. i ,uni-tion ol St. Lucio river w.th St. I.u-io Sound.To ; but in this state fur whatever purpose applied its1s.i1i1v to a ixolution, a report from the Commissioner
to 1'oiuaaJiug lWWCSL 1>'a elates that while dctached in Go-
PnnhI given : : i of Internal Revenue from which it that
Winter GG dej. F. this jtoint, twtnty-tluce m.les: from Fort (hxilS. A treaty has been submitted tc the Chnrofcce
14 U found nine wxxls iii his -
J.Fr. -iTa'MialeOh be
of 1861
Of the 75 Jcg. F. oiange (.a;>nm the nver is a straight ruu-n, varying in j 3iany instances c.f tll() (-rnt of the moon on I the amount of direct taxes by the act Delegation, which, in the utainyM satisfactery.t .
year trunk which ho tiiiue! of the :
ANDREWS piantolby tump i width Lorn < no to three miles, and ivij-able for 1 aniiaa's misrht le eti'l. In Africa tilt newly apportioned to Virginia, is $937, 550, of which [ gives us Car.a>liun DiatnVt, and about thirtetn
B. B. The FumnifT t 379,191
I 1 lull four fat draught. I'our miles south rf FoitCajnen littr-nJ in few houisatthe inothi [ besides imrue
| j'oung perish a > hundred thoa-aid acres lLttely
ATTOIINEV AXI) COUNSKLLOll AT LAV, ( ia8t of th J'vniusa'.a is SO d -j. F., with little I pcii-c-ivliig that! the plantsweio new ( arofimily.mttc1Jo.1 tn North Carolina, 2-576,194. >
the ridge comtiR to the walt-r loim-ng a i er's side, exposed to the lays of the full moon. I. Apportioned north of said district and west of Grand Kiver,
JACKSOyriLLE: : ELi han.ju in autumn, ; dining tho winter r.ionthb i ilu-ir growth ; the pio.enyof these or- .
batik twi-i.ty i'eet high which is the site ot old Fii-h bei-om.' rapidly putrid, and meat unprcsorv.tble $260,283.Apportioned It declares alt ntiscation laws void, and make
IKock. tf there is li.nscritig tif c.oric.poii1- .unl wi'.d: in almost State (
Wicc-floeg'* n U'liipenit
I angis :are now evuy to South Carolina, 363.570.-
&pt. I'o-.t 1'ieric. I lore are visible the t-upposfd icm.iii.b by salt. Tho mariner hw>ller.sly -oping! revisions fir th-r restoration of all property .f
ing with t1i.- Tiieau of the saiTomidius atmosj | of Mexico. Wiiliin the piiaciit ce-ntury the
II. 2flsU: of hnld of the daring buccaneer I dock bec aUc-cteil Collected, 8203.882.
horn' stioug on C. P. I. ht-re in the Gu'.f Stream which luaUy Janiaii
tint stones fr-m a Collected
> except brought
j jja> niuigo were to Georgia $.581,367. ,
kBI3BEE who i.ncc inicl COOPER ilw's wllli the increasing hp.ing tempera i to ( anPnhv; ; from th:s iuti- i The country lett- the two foils j n.itnts a ex posed dining sleep to the moon't* the 3I,421. and absolute jurladL-tion'of: assignod
mys etc. country -*
ATTORXJ-.Y AT LAW, VX1 tuit of tlu; ar.; N >rth ot tho line of a troplc.i i tine v.it-iitii s ol tlr's de'Jc:o.is fiiiit au bprcad a'.l Apportioned to Alabama -529,313. Collected ,
4. i t.iei! ably th.( Ic growth of j pine, wth xirm are iT-rewed with fearful to them. It provtilnt for the holding of
or.itiire of tl.r Yii'a'.ri a-id Tubasco.j '
JAfKsO.vVJLLF.FLorftI.dO:5ec [ over t.f live ak anti small Fuithi-r vigor at Uio full and change, and the cold damp nothing. of the whole-
chnni s < cypress. in fee simple and a survey
4iCC04 itO IVuinsula is 70 .l.lg.. F., Summer SO dcg. F.; j Kou'h t\iiolh'a lu.l been scttleil nearly hal'a to Mississippi, 113,034. Col- lands
( :South the ridge is co\cieil with bamnvxkI j chill of the ague supervene, on the ase-enilency Apportioned 1'litre is no doubt that the treotewillbe -
Autumn F. Winter 2'jj of rice country.
72 irou 2S
to Ix-'oren; : town
leg. lg. \vis
single gir.in
; j eentury lee-ted '
I ro\\tl4. and two mTes below ifws to the hcilhur of this apparent but mild lumlrary. 14. 25000. and latitiol within tho.ncittwf>
2 : -- j Jeg. X. lat., C2 do,?. 5 rni-i. F.; North of 29
t B.1IART, I CO de. F.; moan of the yoar, 71 .df g. F. d ty of ti! <- e-iilon- It ni.ijht havoantetl tb.it ,r (} >ity Iii this j vicinity the.e is unaH sottleiiiont ; 1. On-nt KsluMtion: of lS.il. ed, 8300,167- ireck&S..
COUXSELWKl ATFLJi. LAW, F.ve in of twelve f.Mbt ir PI. ) 2. Army IL!. ti orn cpcnl l: > ycass a period occur b.is'fl of its j.isotut impoitauee n ay veal s o ijc- Aiiportitiiied to Tennessee, $669,493. Colic
but tlic ridge tn-m tl.e hetid of In- 3. 1 ni.inUtVhliUil! :
along Ot! C I'M. There is connderaUo cding in ? Lemi *\
so.vii.L ; so go iw ally as .destroy rv,. otiition liaV.o to LeKQ <-r h.t'l Ji'.t :ni Kuvrlish: tl.Ip fixnn MmlujTi'.1- !c'e.1
4ls no'il'i. I'oni-U ih AVor-U 15fi.j 383,311.
: lan River aljout huudiixl miles above) Foil Voyns" p. '
atd4 L& td Stc* Court. cut oft, boforp thaehiM.'of October in thfSt.i'.c.sbtudainglho | sioe-Ide-uta'ly \.ut into ore ol ir! j nyfa, wlieno:i e I. tho Miami one Kivi-r hu'.idnil and j .'. 1 IIP pop-liar: n.inipi in mii'ralKivr.irecoin,ii<-e. Apiwrtione-il to Arkansas, $263,836. Collect- the exposure f A fraodalent! fthe South.
S CuiJjc. (Ju'.f. an-1 it mjy bo faiu to astunio trentleiiieii happening to dine '* !tle tCa tin.: -.t-r. to one i ('liiii.i ifci.o 3 41ii$. -imC t |x t .lo, oir M p, cu-u, ow oa \ western Bramh Ilailroad. It, apreow tLi.t4Ja
clii 1 twenty milt.-s loionthe uuitri.i i very xfarccly rut. nrovj j o. ', his ;i a tin-, r.iflt;>,oxa idai W ptnntj >" not reported. which' worth eight raillwua 'oIoflaz -
of d. wj'a road
that in th? half of >cri'jd of ho t'avcoa'h a sniall 1.aLai- m -
XER any i yea.s. } actUn11! b iu-h on the :1LtIt: is caicd, j i'", j-1.itf it salo OorL' $ % -
I this will ot'.eurat aI j points north of the SOtli i ivction abj'.it ils tu.titalija, wliitii ti.ty p'antwl and lincil with hiuh \Vuuutward Oiiin,, t' f..n.ispun! : uli'iii' et'-i.t. niniilH, i-oiTi-c, *u- $.5,712. was offered fwr
L A W, paial3ll. The IVnhihula of Florida below 28leg. as an experiii.c-r.t. tnanvro ( p.r eanpv IP. r iCUfllfl11 plnnl lyc woed;>, ctus, to Texas 355,186. Collected, hid of thirteen hundred .thousand dollar. and .

L f latituife has na instance of Irc.st in lli.smantli. i Clover, tnniijs a'.sJ. j>oatoe{ v-Ithout whijli savannas and wi pine Iutiiir.ix.p woods aikn.afe the latter intimr.ersa I F tul'8'Cl.- -->...i-eI.-.t"n'--,-'tfina--..-ri.clartlc,,". f i":tl) IK Sf-nan.UTITp.T.. Apportioned. : : rreema fr tW, >vfWKinr V<>(i ffend 5 their -
in Xoveml Jnstanws occur ol the inhabitants of lji.an: woald bo at a lotj J.i bid ttrrtoi Knudred and fifty thousand aollai, -
some HoA between r.n ky Luulcsvhuli ilso about sixty I 7. ; 10 tf aiwitce! of frost and ice along: tlio boners of tlu for pnlislsten'eeie of eoinja itiv. ly I'xent iitrodiutiou feet 3 from the watci's C'lg* ; the palmetto 8. Progrtss Kugli-h Agriculture: Euiubiirg 1icLwy. sales authorized by acts relating to direct taxes and said the y were willing to increase tbeurlwi
Gulf Uio t-ntiie Month thcie how in that Sueh ixamplrsit ishole1 to two millions. (iov.-} lcteher ivjnsed torective -
Jlhroujrh s eoiuitry. )
in the
CNxh.zzi'i ( of Fern at prices amounting several -
1 luxuiiai.t'y, aid: tho i.ciglibot; }io'l is a jow-r. zuva. was purchased *
ARNOW .icwj-tions the in almo&l wlil st'mu'ate of public tpiilttomultiply grows ', their 1ds, and ire the award to Frcmon ,
: arc to liability cviyyear j men I! famous rts->it tur wild turkeys anaL tho nuiniI 10.41)in.ii) J.ninuil, Vol. x, 1S50.H. States as follows :
T LW AXI> hOUClTO IX t least, tot Wi)' CXCel.t that porti1f aitlf Icoof eouiine-iecand the means of tubs'stelice ts-n t'on. m-icli f Ui.ly\ i-ltres. Inke thehu'c' [)n? of the c- ui'iii.-- r.c of the r>'tul refuses to
_t I I 1. The to the left of St. Luclo Florida ... .. ..
t1117 l'flhI1SUhL 23 de. of at..2 ai.IIc by tia'.isfcring r.-eful ti-ecs, pli.nts anilgiai.Is ten. ojninS an<3 jx-rfo8o. it It 1 nunn 1leejtil. Virginia .. .$32,268 I ?6,168 sign the bill of sa'e, ufd the n-aaons thervfoi
, I'. S. .'.. South Carolina 6.5,3o2 | Tenness .. .. 8,360In
E 1ue-casionziI1j-jn-biciL at )C"ht Ihtl.las it9aiti.tJtc'2. f.orn th'-r coui.tr.cs to our own. Mlunew which said tw 1*damaging to Go4
pAI2tESlLLF FLA. :i.r ( site ( i1Le.t'-. B.tr. The Nan-ows extend about 11. likt-'s UIM-.ISC of the Hi. i ,i|-],! ValL-y.! are given are
L, iiItesUoiwilL b3 t-Vfl to l>it iuc N1UYI ier55! min. Ititwrun tho j-aralles iitrtX1eliIn of a s-'iijje gra'u or jilai.t, ;i ij > six miles at Hobo Sound lleie 14. U.'UIi i'olouiiil Library l>y jiittjomcry Martin. Arkansas lands were struck off for taxes Fletcher, Cft-u, i-sifihai.* and othcr It ianty

', $leSta)*' of 3Dd ,s, north and muth ol the.e-u.itor| is tlio j the rie-e ii Carolina, or the turnip ii Norfolk" : te.mlnating: _- unpaid to bidders who never completed their strongly hinted that the Uovcmor and (;c-m!.: h,
hills ris-
4&. r --- ---- -- belt of tlie tralo winds, outside of thr M: lim* i will swie-t-i.ie to'.illy elia.lge the fue and COMilitiin again a o h gh 01 e s al.iul.tv s xty PARIS bcA: DALS. purchases, to the amount of $18,600. The ore partners. A legal investigation will most
lit-t from the wuUv at Concho's bar. Eight '
ftjj. PLEIXG.t the trades iKvjurnc irregular and LtflIng ; with- | C'f a eutlr.onntrics iu:1.a: South is Jupiter river, two inik-o from the The Princess Marie, of Ru-sa: and her daughters amounts received from sales in tin several State likely bring out all the facts( .

FLEMING &.DANIEL "n this In-li tliere is a tendency to perioilirity, or j (! awi'.d! aid foibidding as epical J j mouth( ot whvh Foit Jupiter WIK located, clLsi are still at the Grand Hotel. The Kmprea are as follows :- -. .- S

AlToIiXKV.1 yal Highnesses.I .- V-irgimtia.$113,130 Tennessee. .$122,717 SXAKET.-A few daya ago a boy in ApponM.so .

' jji.ioSjiiLE, FLOUIDILS. I-'lorida slumM 1-e idviitiiicd c-iththe\Vcst pisuit1ius] by the introdui-tionc-f \ < sandbyulUation. MJs drawing three fret can always tas s between had the pleasure ofrie-e.'njj Her Majesty yesterday South Carolina 28,433: Aikansas not reported. county, Iowa, killed a snake that ni anrwt

I InJiu IsUviidb in peri xlical i.airiH, rather thj.i I The mvst e'abua'c bihloiiia'' sin Ibotaniral | the two foils. Jupiter river is firmed! by four in thai couit of the gi e-.it caravaiucrai. She Florida. . .. 54-50'J sixteen feet and two inches in length and onii

with the sin-a of constant piex pitati-jii cf other lew-arches of lluinlxildt and ollur- j caleelie in which she foot and erjht inches" around ..theondy..- JII r
small btnuunu taking tlie.'r riso in the interior.i .- I was ill a lurgu usually The whole amount standing to the credit of
I S. M. G. portions of the United fctate-s? jurticulaily t).cI'vtein. show that the Micar or.-.c wis unknown to thoj The land in the immediate-iiut: of the Foit times to the BiAs Jo Boulougne, with postilions j the Arkansas Commissioners, from taxes collected came upon the make about noun, and tbinknijg
: &.utl oi the 29th l.ittuJe inliabltantsof the American eontiiunt and .idi i that it would be to look fi>r a raoi
.1TrOREYATLAW, pai-uCelof j I and outriders. perhaps; WMO
of Kilts the credit
is bare of timber, bi.t tho ba' country is a high | and the proccols deposited to "
'. or ALA, xAHiox cor.vrr. FLA.Wa it has the
t, pr rticc ia the 5>tte and United Bute Court the rainy i-umirier of Cuba a'nl Ifajti. 'Ihohyotal | Asia is undoubted-] nativo countiy of this to the watej's cJg '. | who was diCf.x.il with the utmost simplicity | The Secretary ot thoTi-easury, in his letter Snake pursuit!. Boy Iran awhile ffA Lnuul, on't

3 lnl> re-gister Pci. 3FItAXCIS Tho: soil is fertile, ai 1 them isat excellent j .usque 1 inclosing the above f.ictsi says :-
i ries of \eirs Aow a mcuii (]cliet-iLuti of 1,1111 of the c-L>nim ixnlorld.. anchoiagc and a .l piaio lor Jomling an-I unloading Inc same color, ami a > up pl.ito Ixinnt-t ol j I avail myself of tins occasion to express an seized a club And turned upon the cnc-nly.

I. WHEATOX, for the scasiinsand yeuis thus: Spnng, 10 in.; The objection uigf-d against the cultivation of! ; boa'.s.' Jupitrr gon inlet iss-nnutiuus closcii white straw, with a wteath of c-giantino round opinion, based upon my observation of the oj-e- The snake wit notpr jirfd for this show of
Summer interior 22 in. 20 in. Autuuiu in i'iorida. is. tbe li< h'i.ess and dryii<*s of I faw-d about n4 to retreat. Boy
- A i ro Lvrr j T LA iri.vz* SOLICITOR i.CHAXCERl' .\ coast ; sugar ; rendering the river inaccessible horn the 8"a for the ouUido, tulle stihigs attached by a ruse uiiUr tuition ( f the law, that an additional enactment courage, began
inte-mr, 12 in.; Atlantic coact 10 In ; Winter the 1-ind. In the Mauritius the soil is g'ntmall)' j tho smaUesteoastingoeMls.! Tho closingot the j jInltt ( the (-kin.I authorising the assumption by the States respect now pursued and hit thvlfnemy a blow across

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.OJict north of Iinliati River Inlet, 8 l iu., south of thi-. shallow and not very productive owing to its j causes the locality, at oilier tiuies talubriitiis am not turn whether it is of the daughter ively ;.f the icmairuler of the direct tax due the bock. Snake turned upon tho boy a iln

FosgZAM Starlet ttrttU.IVc Inlet, C in.; year, south ol Iiuluu liver Inltt, ,lr'vneit. The mean anmnl boat is al'out 76 F. i to bj u1tlicaltliythe water iiisulu the bar of the Printers Mare or of some other lorcigni from each, would! in view of the impoverished and was killed by a blow upon the head. '

a 30 corner _'_ ]* GO in., n nth of this; Inlet! oO in. The amy MMSon com po'.id!* to that of tropical then becoming fresh, and inducing a rapid i igroAtli vi-itur i that the following romantic story u> re-la- j < ondition of their people, prevent much hard

_- Daily mete irci1ugici1 and bjc-tal rcgibtern will Florida, with an average fall of man' tluouh- ofvc ct.ible matter, whith taints the at- ted : A long time ago, at least lour or live j o us i ia ship in individual cases, and save from practical TH JCAIUZ LrTTKJ*.-The Washington or-

W. M. IVES, Iw sbown hereafter. At jinftmt the contrast ol nut the year: of about thirty eight inches. Tbe inosphei : with ma'aria. It was clobod between very lousy juno in a. young lady's history confiscation the property of many persons against respondent of the X. Y. .ThCi telegraphs that

ATTORXEV AXD"COUXELL01l AT LAW, the IVniiiMila, with the tro.i] < al regions of otbcieountriw. chief ai-tide of cultivation is su,. ar. 'Ihe canes 1310 and 18H. During the latter year Caj.t. there was in llussa a young Frciichmau who whom the Government has no grounds of complaint Senor Romero is behind tho time ia dtnyjnjf

will better understanding of its in the ii'-ual in.-uuier, though the elocution in his tho the the lttcr of Juan**, of&riag,
L4K1CJfl; iLl, give a arc plante.1 Davis the mail carrier fixjm Toit C.i ou to tauglit own tongue to young while no public interest would lie injuri- authenticity

3'rc:3 e-apabilitics. fields present one pcruli.irirjthe surfai of the Cape lloriela, by digging a few hours -itha lady. Tho old story of to young heads bent ously affected by tho cliango. Should this policy to resign in favor of Santa Anna. The fiicf'

Calcutta, latitude 22 34, N.; Canton, 23 8, N. ground in its original: -tate w a< covere-d with loose of four men, satcil a stream of water over one rage, so very old that its origin is lust bo adnpt, the collection of taxes under the hat JuAre/ has done so is wtah ished by a felt**

C. GILLIS, Ma a22 12, N., Havara, 23 9, N., aid UioPineiro rocks and stones, these- have l>ccn fonrcd into party irom the river, then unusu.illyhigh, four imhcsdfo imi.vty ages-learning (something more than i present system might be discontinued until an from Don Jq.* Maria Inglesia one of the miaisteraofJuarw.toagcsutjenmaninihrana. ".

.4TTOLVEY AT Z-iff" 2J 51 S., arc place's about oruidi.-st.int paralVl ridges, about turco or f ur feet apart, >. The ne-ct inoming tleicwasa channel the printed characters, was again told-conaornicuc opportunIty for assumption bo offeredWhesth- lo.

FL.V. tf from tho equator. Tlio ine.in tern j'engine olllaiana and Ix-tween the care is planted. The cultivat ; half a mi'.o ido and eight feet deep. -es : tears and heart breakings to one par er the amount ealuscd from property bid in for his letter Don Jose stys It is the wish of Jnarcz ->

Dv.- 2J PALATKA, as shown by accuniie ervatioiis >rs uro of opinion that these ridges in tcn till 1817 when it cldlcd ty; disgrace and banishment to the other, who the Government should or should not be allowed that Santa Anna shqnUgrtto Jlexic2.an4

James B. Dawkius made through a ]>oriod of four ycais is 77 eleg. being injurious to the cane, are rather advantageous till 18.33, during which year it opened it.velf. A i was ordered to "cut stick" with the alternative to the States respectively, in computing thc_taxes convene a national convention ip decide npon/

SOLICITOR, IX 67 mfn. F. Iu tlie interior, where the noithrrnwindn ; they retard the growth of wcods, thado small amounl ot labor under favorable eiicum- I of the stick's changing roles with him. Thus still due, is a question well deserving of tonsid- the form of government

. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND pnotialc with ex ual force, and here the and protect the young cano from violent winds stances would effectually >en this Inlet and these four or five years rolled away and the I oration, which I submit without comment.
KQCITT.FKi laud bus an elevation of two hundial and fifty and retain moisture which reaches the roots of render the harbor one ot the oj best on tho Eastein world went 011 just as if theioweic no cruel I Tho receipts on account of internal revenue The Louisville Pfntanvt call attention tO thO
; GAIXESriLLK FLA. IfA f<*rt, tho moan dots not exeexxl 73deg. : the -iusLetl affections in it when the fact that the learned dunce of the Fenae, Sum-
temperature e une.Hcforo Coast South of Musqueto. It has at time admitted | 'patients" or j for the present fiscal year, up to the 19th instant,
: ] F. which is not than Cairo and the intraluction of as a fertilizer and her mother to Paris. ncr, and the turbulent and violent leader of tho1
Ji. K-f--;:: ; It- W.IUOOMEofFLi. greater guano vessels diawing eight foot, aud the eu- i ynung lady canto 'Ihey j inclusive, amount to $299,018,436, leaving less
l. : Tho difference between the the about 2000 pounds of bu- invited to soiree of litcia- blouse, Stevens, -aro old bachelor Letnahe
At M FcrandinaVj.. ower Ugypt. inu.mtcmpcmturc product was trance is protoc-tedfrom North winds by a ledge a-.u a given by a lady i than one million of dollars to complete three .
I Lilt City, Fla. of the hottcet uiontli and that of gar to the aero ; but the increase since the application of rocks. There are two explored routes be- ry tastes, who cutcitdintd her guests with a hundred millions, the estimate mode at the Bu- thankful that none of the stoi k will remain, to

KNIGhT .t IMOOMK, thu e-oldtt i is 21 dog. G min. in havana, and 14 of the guano has been BO extraordinary tWO 'fl Fort Jupiter and Fort Laudcrdalo beth theatrical performance by the best actors of one lean of Internal Revenue. It is now believed torment maiikind hei
JtTJVXXEYS AT LAW; SOLIC1ZOLS IX deg. F. in the interior. July and Augutt, which as to be scarcely credible. In ordinary seasons, j leave Jupiter river by Lake Worth Creek, the of the best theatres. In the midst of the play that the receipts of the fiscal year ending with"I singular, ill-constitntwl specimens of haraonity'die

are the h jtti-st nrtntL.i, attain in Cuba a mean the pioduee has been from COOO to 7000 pounds, [ mouth of which is a milo and a half below the there is a great commotion, the young lady has I. the 30th of this month, will amount to three we shall bo d' ne with them. The good -

CfLIXCERY tcmif'raturo cf: 83 de;. 8 win. to So de>g. F. asuuJtrueith and, under peculiarly favorable ciicuuV.ar.cw, st. This stieam where it empties into Jupiter 1 fainted away and is earned out of tho room.- bundled and six millions, from internal revenues men do ie often buried with their bone ; buj

ANti C03ISIISSIOXERS OF DEEDS the K'jnator. The coldest montlisaio it has oven reached 8030 j>or.nd.s*to tho acre.- [ p hundicd wide and several fcttcloep. The actor who has jntt come upon the scene and alone. there will belitt'p to bury along with-the.
k i. :)U the Jiffcrviit H aw. Will g fcpnmipt attention of d is about five hundred i river is one yards of French -- bones of'tlu-rrf. two. If th had not b *n h c-h;
, to all UidncM ontra-4e.l to thotn. \\iil piiwticco December and January ; their mean tenjierature The proportion guano us< It runs alim-st duo North with a strong | the teacher elocuti at St. Petersburg, 'a. '
el)the lat4 and Fadural ik>urt iu the Uilli-ivut Dis.tnc is 62 deg. G min. F. in the interior of pounds to the acre.7 The true cultivators, current. Pine barrens line cither bank for five 1 are one and lie samo. Alas! the cour>o of truelove DELEGATES TO THE Coxvn'crios.-We cannot elors they vnti1 not bo just "what th.>' an>kan4-

>SiKten.- '>{ F.onda Our,and kldrciw in the u viihur Supreme t Jik Court Llty of or the F ..nian4iea United tho Island, and 6 J dog. 8 min. ih Havana At it is evident, arc thoso who put most into V] o miles, at which point the crock is only forty feet I never did run smooth, neither in England, too earnestly urge upon tho poop*', of the South any change would le an improvement.

K.&.. hax nut an office at each tilacc. Havana, ilurirfc tlirco ycas, ((1810-12)) the thermometer land and get most out of it-thoso who give lit- wide. I Fiance or llussia. In this latter country, the the early appointment of delegates to the National A cartridge has been invented b'a Pruraiar f" ,
oscilatod between 61 and 86ileg tie receive accordingly. An English tenant of I Crown Prince is to be made miserable the from the
. i.yl2tfLAW only deg. Two miles higher up, the two routes to Fort Congress of Representatives which eple'dt-a after it enter the body'of i mar,
F. It tldom in winter that .the Lord Yarborough's boasted that he made four hand of the Princess Dagmar of Denmark be- the second
happens] Lauderdale diverge, the stream being no longer States to bo held in Philadelphia on and team him to piwes. It is a shell not. much
OFFICE. tempciatiiio falls to 00 F., but when the north hundred thousand dollars out of his farm by employing uavigablo-except in high water, when there is lic-virigalliia while that he can ne\cr lovo her, Tuesday in August This movement ia fraught larger than a bullet anti the compoeirion. k a

wind pitrvui!* for several weeks, bring the cold bones before other people knew the use a practicable channel as far as Litko Worth, as he has an eternal aft-ctlcn fsr a young lady with moro good for the South than any which profound sectt't, tho,hrventnr. being 4 tIta pri,a

JAMES A. PEDEX, AT of Bntibh America, ice sometimes formed of them. Another Knglisb. ogriculturaliFt cx- distant nearly one mile. who is not royal, but belonging to one of the has taken place since tho war. Each district ncr, so that lie may not .divulge it. _, Ho ia tha

JK Websiw. at night in the interior of the Inland, and in tbo ;xmdcl fifteen thousand dollais a year in inaiurc Lake Worth is a pretty sheet of water, about most respectable families of St. Petersburg. should select its most conservative, wise, and influential same who inveutwl the needle rifle! for which

iraniu'.. 1)u Illnck toje.EMILE,. Xorthwc corner over E. T. tfhit. plain near Havana. This ellect is probably produced and a liko sum annually in wages on twenty miles long and three quarters of a mile This ervorsity of fato is, we a:o ha; py to f t tte citizens. Men should go from the distinction he w also a prisoner. These itapetsaro '
from the radiation of caloric when the welve hundred acres, the result was a net income from in point not universal in spite tfShakspcarian for their cool and
; wide. In the tcntie of the lake, a milo and a | a case ( South conspicuous judgment supposed to make the Prussian arayinsin--.
temperature iitands at 41 F. and even at 48 2 F'. of twenty-eight thousand dollars In half from the hou'l, is an island bearing-a tree authority.) 3Idllo. P., a discreet their strong minds. They will have most important cible. *

T: SABAL, above zero. The mean for the year at Macao, that country the farmer woiks for money profits, resembling the wild fig with a fruit like the personage of a certain age, teMs me that Jlr. duties to perform, in which all the best

f ravsiciAX ANt SCROEOX, one degree south of Havana is 73 94 F. The his farm resembles a manufactory, producing on olive in shape and size, of a yellow color when White, a violinist who has had great success in qualities of statesmanship and genuine manhood A man in West VirgTu'a whojiad acted aa a

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. hottest month 83 12 F., coldest 61 88 F. At a limited surface enormous quantities of food for and much used by tho Indians as food. A Paris in conceit rooms this Winter, is abont to will be requisite. To select such men people Federal spy upon h"a neighbor?, get, a friend to

! OSce &UU1UU* lUott, bccood floor, fir.t room on the Rio Jauolro, for the year, 71 30F., hottest month man, turning Peruvian guano into corn, bones delicate ill o, running vine is also found here, yield many a young lady of fortune and beauty belonging should cost aside all party feeling, all personal obtain the forgiveness of those he betrayed and '

' J4U U-3mDr. SO 96 F., coldest 63 F. Canton and Havana are from the pampas into roots, Russian oil-cako, about three quarters oi a men to the fr itide moixle of Paris. Mr. predilections. Ancy enonia make their cnoice then drowned himself in a well.

. on the same parallel of.latitude, with a difference Egyptian beans, Syrian locust pods into beef long ing a with vegetable a flavor similar to that of the cucumber. White ia "an Africa-American, not quite so limply upon the ground of qualification for the Mr. Bancroft is cqijip.'erinsc his ninth volprnf "

H. STEELE of one milo. At Canton the thermometer some and mutton. Our backwoodsman, who farms Along the Eastern border of the Lake Bronzed as the Othello of Rossi. Md'llo P. was very high position of delegate to this great con which will include inurh'all that IS r ril"t

HAH removoj bii Ofllon lo the CT>f IromcdUtcly times falls to 32 F., and from the radiation of mratsly to feed his family, lofces by rude implements are long strips of ground, formerly tilled by the applied to for a violinist who could teach a vention, unbiased by any other consideration cent in American hi pretty' tnry not already mentioned '.

the Knzine llou e on 1y hUwt, ire cul 1a caloric ice is formed on the roofs of houses. ignorant cultivation, anl coarse brel Indians who had large villages in the neigh young lady to play the piano in concerts, accompanying whatever.
r *left at U hour. In the dar; and at nlht at hi.rIkk.nr. Hail frequently falls round Canton aud in Macao live stock, just in proportion as the intelligent The soil is but rich, being : her at tho Eamo time; The mother Should the South present itself in it true dignity In. the Uto LincQln-E21.gy.
borhood. very
f eb. 3-6m while in Havana fifteen years will pass Englishman gains by improved machinery, scientific mould. Rock occasionally raid, "1 cannot tale. a\Fieaehman, (mark she and intelligence, in its true character-of loyalty The Uaivcrsity.of North Carolina haay.onb*

M. without a single fall of haiL 'in all three of agriculture, 'devons and south downs. A almost entirely nuke its vegetable on the surface. is a French woman) for yon know ho will begin to the Constitution and the institution aud re/I the degree of Doctor of, Laws on Preaderl .

J. D. MITCHELL, these places the thermometer will sometime rc-ady means of exchange is the mainspiing of The the West appearance side afi'ords fine grit iinnwliatolji- pay his court to my daughter, rights under it, there can bo no doubt of the Johnson and .on Juii.afo Iteade, of the .$ujircicg

I lI8ICMi AXD SCBOEOX.TT stand for hours between 3 2-and -39 F;, and although profitable. husbandry"and stimulates cultivatior. cing.country A small on creek forms the outlet at the and that will be very annoying, and as I 'o not powerful moral effect it will exert upon the na- Court of North Carolina. 7 7 L
the falls BO low, the banana It; is well known, says Sir John Sinclair, wish bo to be I
temperature to obliged always present, am ion. This can be easily done if the people bat
for Jbe *f which boats can bo pushed : *
Jackronville Southern urojh
nurocol to purixMC districts those which ; point, along The rrewdent ha taken stop* J?
M cultivated
best are
*- rmumuuc the iKtctioe of hi pruffeoon, oner* hu and the palm'grow as well in the neighborhood that the one mile. A milo and a half through marsh rather tmbonae. ed. Pcrhajs it would bo possible jive their attention to the matter, and wo cannot American citocntf'held' r prisoners lIt
TTVJ.V, lo bu nieudbt and the puhbe. of Canton lllicao and Havana, as in the plains j jossces the greatest facility of internal cominunioation conducts to lagoon through which boats maybe to get a lady vioLnist. A few days oftf r- doubt that,under the circumstances in which release of '' *

Office at hu-former-jvtiJenec, omcr ol Fonyth ana immediately under tho equator. The reason without which agriculture languishes a third of mile. The lago.niwidening waids Md'llo P. told tlie lady that slio could we are placed, and with the important interests Canada'f -
< mvcu,_ .TirtuonviHc.January 20.:4f: that neither the banana, the sugar cano and other in the most fruitful soil, and with it, the most paddled into one a HttV pond.a Under the mould, not find the bvly artist she would like, but that we have now at stake, that with one heart and TDcmocratip Congressmen fail tocLiojeniwiAthe

Medical JSTotice.Dt ,productions of the torrid zone do not Kufli-r ungrateful soil becomes fertile which in this region is,but'a few inches deep, she knew a Mr. White, a mulatto, who was not mind they will go to work at once,to discharge proponed National UnionOnvcntJon,: fi*rng -
the slightest detriment from tiLe great declination The cane which depends BO much on clima'efor but aittst of in the best | the cjrganlz* icr of a new: paity.ilt .
X a BALDWIN ha rcmo\od tsndvenn&-; tlujie is rock, four left thick. ,Palmettos of enormous only capital professor, on high their duties as citizens possible man
u-iulr located litrawlf in hU ncv ofUoe oa the rorI of temperature in the tropical belt, is, that profitable culture, ripens in Venezuela where size in the vicinity. A narrow merit, &c. The lady said : "a mulatto. Just ner.-Eklmond JXtpatch. is regarded as piobahlo,that tho tax on q-| ,

tim"'-ror.\.Luu* be found, and Laura when Itt t't4 enzagbl, where in he profu'u4onal will at all plants which have great organic vigor, sustain tho mean temperature is 82 }?. in eleven! months, sluggish cioek grow, five feet deep, extends from the the thing-the-ro will bo no danger of a love af- .5. ton will bo fixe-1 at i' cents, by o ccmferonte" -
except cold Oran o trees in the where tIm mean is 78 F. twelve months are required him. But tho finds herself Hocks of ( .
?.uI. Jan. 20-tf momentary readily.3 pond for a quarter of a mile, over which distance fair with good woman A about eighteen or nineteen of of the two ongrru'The
vicinity of Genoa, riit.t snow storms and a temperature where 74 F. fourteen months'ani where bo Moro than, a entirely deceived.-the young lady has "fa1en !- boy, years ii Prcednien'ji Bureaa, bill has -FcI
: S.TQPD of 19 4 F. llutnboldt rclatis tliat daring 07 F,. sixteen montlis.9 It is far more diffictfthowever canoes may pushed. in lovo will Lear of no other husband. ago and evidently a lunatic, was seen by some dmesa4 '
TA from milo of saw grass marsh is then to be traversed ; washing his clothe in the pond at the passed by the Senate withsn'ase -
the last lo days of-,the 1800, at Havana to extract tho sachraine matter- The hi view of the man's negroes
rhIyszdIA2NDSURGON, tha thermometer wks year almost constantly the cane after it is grown than to produce it' in before reaching the Little. Ili'Jsboro. A milo parent here and, his talent young not inexorable position Brandon depot on Sunday evening last, and inn ';?Tterft ha*heea -ts fatal :caw* ,of ehata tfElizabeth. -'
great are -
and half along this creek brings us to Orange die- -
To'arrive a short time he walked into the water and New.Jersey. -o- -
JACKSONVILLE FWJRJDA."Vt below 6Q F. In the country near, Havana, cm perfection in'the tropics. atipmpetesuccess Grove llaulorcr. The whole distance between and the mz.rriagewillaoon take place. ,
of other The ran into the pond and K is uchioi
ahul3l8fcetaboVo"tbo lovelof tho sea, water in that depaituaent, practice appeared. negroes .Some slandering fciehotar say .
) ot Adavu and,Oooan ctrccU. On the southern Lake Worth arid orange grove HatJp vcr in but six him out "and after working"with him foy :
comer froze tho ice bcsug several lines in thickness.- countries mrat bo ntudioci. A "woman was 'recently murdered in New got when you first gctmr <#

Jueg1 ; top This occurred after" the prevalence of very coast of Spain, in a region limited by-Almeria nujloiu,7milesdistaittfromtbo, n&ulovcrthe Little York, and the body was supposed-to bo that of sometime he camo to life, when they took him / wy after a yearoreo. *
tho weatb' undod on llillsboro after passing through groves of pal. to the hotel, where medical aid was rendered I .Li- -
and S
strong northerly winds for, nearly d month, on the cast Malaga en another woman, whoso I h'usband was immediately -
3. H. OOSUS Change of temperature occiur .very.suAionly.at the north by mountain ranges and on the south mottos, xnon rovos .and wild figs, and opening arrested, and indicted for wife murder. During him. On Monday morning he appearelpretty ; ETC?,
i is of land which occasionally into small lake, joins Boca Katonrs.Tbisfihobt lively; and ias-questioned aa hto who he was
Havana. In April Jh variation of, tl>o ,wormoraeler by the Mediterranean, a tract the trial his wifeentered urt room "" :
DEALER XIT" in fho' Tiado within iho:sjace of tb ree so far as iU cUm'ato productions are concern of ..wnter is a milo and-a half wide and claimed him. This brought the trial to an and whore ho came from. Ho 'raid his- name r-

hours hasbdenfromB9to 74 F.. The fciha Uiantt od may bo denominated tropical. In it the date, and thiee quarters of n milo long. The creek end prematurely. was Lewis, and that he was from Aberdeen; bat SSfesKssagssSg; 's
I4R sAiMUxc and nourish with which forma the Southern outlet from Boca Ratoncsr man who had been servant in the lunatic :
cotton a
complain cold jthon the temperaturef4hhi1v palm, indigo, sugar cane negro LVuS a iSHt feSi
in and through a crooked channel -of two and a "Wifo" said married man looking for his asylum for some time*, his name is ; -
a says -
7LzR bY to 69 S F. and in Cumana N. lat. vigor, yielding product 'equal quantity 4ode -Tn Wn-
4yJ ?!4XOOjk. K
w.uw: LQi3when t fahIa 1 .74 4 F5. quality lo those of the tropics themselves half miles conducts to. the North, branch of the boot-jack, after she was in. bed, "I ,havo places Peter Bilbro, that his parcntsr Jivs, in Ix kt _oi ieU efth fbNtittiib5t1As..otith. t rw ,

icxso snixr One would Tiatnrally infer that Sumatra in Tbp sugar cane has been stated byiriostwrife -- Hilljboro, str an fifty- fort brood which increases where I keep my things, and yoaonght to know county; ,n4 that hfl .was aa'cadapcd' lunatic *-re4Ibt% *r

q wafh rwibi the centre of the tropics has ah atmosphere to nnotinqro than toi per cent ololid in aizo to its mouth five mile's distant it" 'Yc idBh< "I ought .q kn.ot where llobai aUrg* Km an the b ibi&hea4.a3tIdied .
very tuilca tho Eastern f "
About tea South on eido.ol "
koeri oulli o'clock '
: verTb1:Uwperalure, uck, WBTOTJ is not non sachaiine matter-leaving tiinety per vou 9 + yojtr late* hours.t ,. < a *-p.

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.w-' J :_ ami executive departments of tho Gorornmcnt CiT ?
-2 : --- conquered rebels and traitore'norcan insuig hnguagind J. J.Hampton told him ( are and ought to bo entirely distinct, but :only

and they ehould at once take inspiration from REPORT OF THE ,RECGNSTURCTIONcoiiiirrrEE. tation he'in upon qualify enemies ? the O v- if e him impudence ho would knock him because you have requested. -
T4ti tiaa any way did not strikeJim
*, tniu. the fathers of Dt& Constitution, and leant that ernmcnt exercise its lw.makingpOWO1'. The off thf mnle, but J. Hampton the breach of the I am with great respect your Honort most JAUOV13
rebels to political powcrin Jim thereupon obt:ssvt. J>- 8.WALKfcK. I
in State Sovereignty is to be found the OJtlj'aafeguard AVo find in tfie NewYork papers the Report authority to Government restore can, he exercised .only gun which J. J. Hampton hold by the barrel, -

: *JACKSONVILLE, RL JULY 71888.nadr.r of liberty, and that a consolidatei'govenunent of the Committee on Jteconstr ction,- but of a the with Federal the concurrence of all the Departments in the breech resting on his thigh,and tried to shoot MARINE NEWS. ..A.Dramatic.
.. to
..V-T. get
-> "fHi. is the which the States 0 hence the .J. J..Hampton-with it. lie endeavored
danger against to admit of its full publication is vested, and
TwitzZ length too gtcai which politicallwwer and
i J L Zinz rn of 76 and '89 exerted .precaution: of tho President to the the gun in the direction of Hamptbn'a body, rr IT.TS,_ jxn/y TTK--
mea evrry W. bare however given the several proclamations barrels and did
this ,
pi paper. States cannot be considered cocked the gun and fired both Jbtatafang
,- .t"'v*HQUPSS; BTEELK,Asswurx Entom.rt U[ hangs now, like a terrible incubus on the substance of it, as U condensed in a recapitulation people of declared the Confederate and can onJy be regarded as not kill Hampton, only because Hampton succeeded .1rnwb..X4S.Brock, Savannah,to

1---: :--. -: -=-- rights of thepoople, and tends but to distract and of, its recommendations, which is to be permissions, by the Commander-m- in putting aside the muzzle. John June Cark 29-8temcr Darlington. wilols EE

-- PAY alienate. the provisional to do certain acts,,the effect Hampton drew his pocket knife, but before ho Jane -Stem.. Unw-Biker. Ktnft Savannah, mde
siBEpotuirni OP JULY. found elsewhere. While, to oma extent, Chief of the army .
the it Jnn knocked his arm with the pun and t>kMcnsi r* to J.8. Siunmi & Co. :
determined could the Ladies
by By
In of be said to be and validity whereof is to be open Dictator. Cwcltcr. ChartwUm, md. of
h --;- > thaftbfeacvof &ny those ordinary deJaon CITY BEVENUE ORDINANCE. views and recommendations"may a Constitutional Government, and not solely by and. caused the knife to fall from his hand-Jim and JWy 1-Stior., to F. Pibbl ackzofl i

tr tioh of joy, guI u salvoa of artillery, The tax of the cityhavo been fortomo concession of the extreme radical position taken Executive then opened the knife with one hand and his u-r.pasi.ngvrs Kallcn Oettv. Imrr*K TD, SvaasAb, A.SBISTrTL&f
payers the -
ndos the Committee in the outset as has been from then. teeth. and made several attempts to cut liamp- mdism. and *** to f> 8 nmU Co.
miHtary'J orators, with public dinners, time past not a little concerned as to the amount by 6. The question before Congress is July-I Pcnr Jvjgie-, neuunc&w- fDSdUoa .v.. fl*, IV
iin. i.5 time time manifested there is a sufficiency enemies have the ngiw, ann ton, and did cut him.
) to
> the ftdolt population and the free yet whether conquered
y ; of taxes, license, &c., which they hare to provide and The next witness called for the prosecution 8 8 New To$ toL4hton
their pleasure
at own
the ultimatum shall be permitted
of intolerable left therein as
S bUlAfW1poderintheformoffluiciacsLnd fcr in support. of the city government oppression to in making laws for was Oliver Hampton (colored) who swore (see 2tlrJ
terms participate New Torki to
offers the own ho WgWor. OF THK
diminutive cannons by the joren- The ordinance which had been adopted by the which the present Congress their conquerors ? Whether conquered rebels his testimony marked D.) in substance, that

." pta;v propose to **celebrate the day" in pall' Council sometime for the South, to foreshadow doom to her peace and change their theatre of operations from the was 80 or 100 yards from the parties, that be :. Rote. Lockwood, Charlrtton, mdi.,
,providing revenue may .
ago of the intervening corn see U J. 8 J4&ai2oNvILLB
: rwUefxminlnencos .of our country at U teat, city, was found upon careful after comparison prosperity. The only hope of the lifting of this battle-fields, where they were defeated and their and over could of not them on account than from their shoulders upwards ml uV-SW DaMpndtTi*. Sylwn Btorr, Tucker, Saramuh-F.-

; i,?and from this point of view, to signalize it as it with the State lawto be, in many of its parts, inconflit threatening cloud from the political sky of the thrown, to the seize halls of Congress the government, which representatives more that J. J. Hampton had the breech of the Dibble.July 4-Brig Carter, Carver, from Sagna Ic Grande.

**r tlitilJlt, Each recurring anniversary of a poo- with that law, and consequently inoperative South now, rests in the keeping of the Northern they fought to destroy upon ? Whether the National gun resting on his thigh, that J. J. Hampton seized CIA- Literary AssociatjPOR

pW natal day i ia to them what the mile stone'is in masses.It Treasury, the army of the nation, its navy, did not knock Jim off his mule that Jim I Jnly Stemmcr Lizzie- Baker, Savannah, J S 8ammi -
such to
held .
parts. on Co.j -
of the and Hampton ; TEMaj.
on the high rood to the traveller: it serves to will be seen that the Committee set out its forts and arsenals, its whole civil administration the breech gun situation Jim fired both j July Steamer Dictator: Coxctter. Charlwton, T
became therefore to reconsider that in this
'necessary, its widows and the barrel, Dibble-
mirk the UgM of progress, while it may prop and review the principles of that ordinance, and with the assertion that the President had no orphans, its credit of those, its who pensioners perished, in the war the barrels of the gun with the intention, ** witness has July 2-Stror. Ilellcn Octty, Injrabam, Savannah- J. Join H.

erlj become a pausing point, where the 'objectsof power in the matter of adjusting the status of and shall bo turned believes of shooting Hampton, that Jim S.thmnmis&Co. .. -
after its committal to legal advisers, another bill public honor, peace safety, of violent temper, that he July 4.-Stcaraer Kate, Flynn Charleston, J, S. ,
,, ,tb journey ahead may commingle with the retaining some of the features of the ordinance the States' of the late Confederacy but to execute out to the keeping of its recent enemies, without always been catch a person hold of the breech of the gun and SanvmJt & Co. >

remembnnc of thoso left behind; and where the laws as Chief Magistrate; and as Commander delay, arid without requiring such conditions as saw and im fell between the horse which Dibble.June 2S-Stmr. Svlran Shore*- Savannah, Tucker, F : AT THE CITYJacksonville
adopted in April, ind presenting others, was the security of the Jim Hampton
'I the experience and knowledge picked up on the in Chief of the Army and Navy of the in the opinion of Congress demand F Hampton was riding and the mule which Jim LEMORA.IA.
adopted by Council at an adjourned meeting on and its institutions may
; U. S. he could tho affairs of those country was riding. 0 New York, Jane 27-Bilj; Maltha, Grace, cleared for
) w y, mar serve to guide and govern in the postage only regulate 7. The history of mankind exhibits no exam- IP1O
last Tuesday evening, and is now a law of the Those two witnesses were all that were present JIcc.omiillIe.Myfoit
: through tho distance stretched out ahead. States under the laws of nations, referring the plo of such madness and folly. The instinct July 4-S'ooplTary Ellen, Rune, from TUUBSDAY
? city, and it will be well for the tax payers thereof self protests against it The surrender for the prosecution. New Y<-rk, R. I., for Apalacliicola, and a small icbcfcnr EVEXHfO. JTOT M ,
of them to
In. reflecting the status of the disposition to be made Congress upon preservation to Counsel the
present employ ,
upon to look well into it so as to see the requirements Gen. Grant to Leo, and by Sherman Jim having no money from Yarmouth. June 2, for Ualrcston, Texas, came
i American people,v ith the descendants of the patriot its assemblage. Consequently, they deduce from by would have been disasters of less Court, before the trial commenced, had assigned in for harbor during N E sals. -
which the Council have after and to Johnson,
f and sagos of '76, on the natal day of thatpeoples' a long careful all this that the appointments of Governors and magnitude, for new armies could have been niisM, Mr. Patcison, a lawyer of ability and integrity, |
of the matter make defend him. Mr. Paterson Counsel for the
study thought prol'cr.to Southern States were saved. Ine to [ OBITUA1Y.DIED .
; it is natural for the mine the re-organization of the battles fought, and the government
nationality of them. We are in position to know that the of tho PiesIJent unwarranted anti-cocreive policy under pretext of avoiding prisoner, then introduced his testimony consis- | ia thi city, on Sunday. July lit, of Typhoid Mnirtc......................:............
: to revert to those grand events which while assumptions power, by take form ting of the prioners own statement and tho evi- PneumonIa, IUL.1H MAN UCY' ,aged fifty years. KcciUtton-
Council allowed the rebellion to -------------------------- .
have boon guided the desire to make bloodshed
by ,
unwarrantable. Mr. MIVCT wa:one of our oldest and mot respected
and demo of his mother the colored Eliza. AFTER WHICH
birth would bo surpassed m woman
to nation it
they a new became at the but
gave the and gather force; cituon lie lej\w a wife sal eight children to mourn
city tax the financial condition
MOM time the regulating which laic as light as Declining to discuss the question, as to whether infamy bv the matchless wickedness that would Jim stated in substance (see his statement Hi lo-t. In the ile-ith of ihU putrroon: the widow has

principles of the city would admit How they have succeeded the Confederate States are still States of the surrender the halls of Congress to those so recently marked-F.,) that on his meeting J. J. Hampton, li.>t an atfeUionatc hutband tue children a kind and deotexl Tfo Horning
the foundations of its Government; and to study and words \ parent, and the country i yucd ctii/cn. The
having threatened
shall some Hampton to
until ,
will in the ordinance which will rebellion precautions
the in proper
appear Union still do not concede that people Mriiicn family hare our warm hcurtfeit rmpAthy-in
those principles as indices showing the they national faith and knock him off his mule and did strike him that Uiufc.
oLjocta be published the have been taken to secure their great bereavement,bat tbeTCnn conol tUcinitcHcs
by posting freely over city.- in
for which such government was founded. of those States have not placed themselves the national safety. Jim then seized the gun and fell off and pulled wIth the happy assurance that their"lot s'is his eternal BT

To tho student of American history, no fact This seems to be the ultimatum of Council, the position to abrogate the rights resulting as 8. As has been shown in this report and in Hampton oil also, that Hampton tried to take ci gum nit, and from th.tt troubling he l Is gone and the to that weary land are where at rent.the"4u.ke( "The Loan of a LovMtiole.

and it must govern. States of the Union. In arriving at this conclusion the evidence submitted, no proof has been afford the gun away from him and he and he fired off A FKIEJfD.

stands out moro prominently than, that the -0--- -v- little that the astute ed to Congress of a constituency in any one of both barrels, that llampteji then took out his ...................................
it is not surprising
t 4 foundation: principle upon which the United THE WAR IN EUKOrE. a that those States the so-called Confederate State, unless we except knife and Sun took it from him,that Eliza,Jim's NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE WHOLE TO CONCLUDE WITiI IlL

Statos Government was organized, was that of The hostile attitude which the leading nations Committee had not discovered the> State of Tennessee, qualified to elect mother then told him to give Hamptons his LAtUIlABLEFtnco? I
had before became component parts No knifo and on-1 he did
they in
rights Senators Representatives Congress. gun so.
BTATK SoTEKiaimr. Nor could this bo otherwise on the European continent have assumed, has ofx3Uor
of the Union. State Constitution or amendment to a State Eii/a, (colored,) was sworn, (see her testimony I $S5 Reward.T
; for as the States which entered into the for sometime past pointed so clearly to war, that Constitution has had the sanction of the people. marked E.that) J. J. Hampton knocked Jim -.--- I
Tho crowning shame of this report, which Admission............................
Government of the Union of the States, had the public mind is ready to hear the announcement All the Legislatures has been held under military off tim mule "speechless"-that the ran up and O3T or 'olcn, rit lier from the cars or some station ..-Oi
cannot but be esteemed in the eyes of the just, JLl 0:1 the Kto Mo, Al.antio ami GuU Central liaiiroud, DOOM open at 7 V o'clock. Performance
dictation. If fhe President at his will said "you must not kill c-hild"-that Hampton to flat
each a separate and distinct individuality, and which is contained .in the latest intelligence may my -in October lat, a box, mirUed wl'h the name and addretaof 8> o'clock.
had entered into a revolution for the maintcnance from Europe,that hostilities have actually as a disgrace to the American name, and a and under his own authority, whether as military replied, 'LVunt Eliza, make Jim give me my I the suhec her, :m.t containing a umall library -___. !: -
on the character of one great portion of the commander or chief Executive, qualify per gun"-that the "took hold of the long part of | 01 ncieuUtiu and mi.-cetlanooiu: book, including a Libiecfcirtaiiung ISTOTICE.
< of the rights of the people under their local commenced. The political disturbances : the family ifco.d. The above reward will bepmii.I
among is that wherein the Committee sons to appoint Senators and elect Representatives the gun, that Hampton took out his knife, Jim |1
American people, lor its delivery to the cubucribcr, fur information weeks aftrr date I W1 !
governments, it could not be otherwise than those nations which had led to the martialing of -intense hostility to the federal Union." and empower others to elect and appoint knocked his arm and the knife fell to the ground j lh.it will 1.-aJ to Its recovery. or J. CAHDY, SIX of Probate of Putnam apply county to the Taj4

that they would carry a jealous regard for that large mobilized armies, have at List resulted in charge them, he thereby practically controls the organization thrI Jim picked it up and opened it with one I July 7-tf JocLaunTille, Fla. (Administration on the EiUte-of E.'S.craid .
State That the exparte evidence of disreputable and of a legislative department The con hand and his teeth, that she told Jim he must not late of Tutaani county. -
Sovereignty into the new organizationintowhlchtheyhadbeeninducedtoentereathe- Prussia seceding from the German Confederation July 7-Cwp WIT. S.
politically subborncd witnesses, to a ]largo degree stitutional form of government is thereby practically cut Hampton with the knife, that the told Jim NOTICE. __ -ECBA5I4 j

and invading Saxony and Hanover, and the Italians especially selected by the Committee to do destroyed, and its powers absorbed in to gite JIainplon gun atvi knife, i.ni Jte did to, i Notice.TjriOTrR .
*hereby given to all in chief means of yrtttrrity tteh torcrcit? '. It is have moved forward towards the Mincio. The tho-Exccutivo And while your committee do that Jim then ran in direction of the swamp NOTICE days ait r their dirty work, has been coolly chosen by the I werI; after date hereof I win
clearly Bet forth in all the history of the days of supposition is that Austria would send troops to I not for a moment impute to the Piefcident any and she follow e 1 him." Being cross examined -ri->ii\.e> Dogg.-tt. .Judie of I'robate tor Duval County, _E? Jal eof tbe 1'rotxite Court of Pub s
Committee to lead them to foregone conclusions, concede the this witness said, JJ&mpton tide the fur Irave to wu a pa:t ot the 1U'SI K t-ite beoning! to the Flnridii, for order toiell
such design, but cheerfully to hinj on one of an the Real i>tau> I
76 and 89 that the chief for which the
and it had been rumored Daniel
object dislodge the lussians, AUW of \V. Hart, late nf old county rncjiiacdWiLL.AM ,
and in entire disregard of the few noblo and i most patriotic motives, they cannot but look mule and Jim on the ot/nr that Hampton said I CAULK the Estate of Joseh W. Webster, itrrca..j
statesmen of those days established the Government in Paris that battle had occurred at i iLeipbic. (Signed) J1EXRY S. BOOAItr, i iJure
a "damn him I will kill him if don't make 7 Iw -
truthful men of character whom they have had with alarm upon a precedent so fraught with you July Administrator with the WILL annuxeL 33-l rTIIE
of the United State, under a written constitution I !I danger to the republic. him give mo my gun," that she told Jim to give -

,was the securement of the rights of a Prussia, in weeding after her defeat in the I j j before then, to fasten a dishonor and a stain upon 9. Tho necessity of providing adequate safe Ifiiipton hn UMt, and he did to, and said mammy- I oPJ sIJ

j the characters of Southern men, because of guards for the future before restoring the insurrectionary let us go. tUSh EVKr.KTT, one of the -urririnji artners. .
free people, through the medium of a preserved Federal Diet by Austria, takes the initiative with j r Improved half of ReLly' Point, ft r j
I Lt. Quinten also introduced witness ot the Firm of K E. L a Co., at Archer StatU.ii, _
I their fanatic hate, is apparent in the character States to a participation in the direction was as a } cleared land under good fcw, a,
i State Sovereignty; and it was for this reason 1 Italy to back her, while Aubtria ia suotumod by of public affairs is apparent from the bitter (see his testimony marked J.) Ho deposed that %ii;! well! at public sale, on Ifo.-vUy.! the ISth of July,ono housets, kitchen,rut of bind pine and hamn 4.
of the faiths which I Kill and fi.-ciurL two mules aid
charges are laid at the door of Agon, and other articles to
,1: that it was especially written in that instrument, J the minor German States and tli moral font hostility to the government and people of the tho boy Jim came to him on 3lit of May, and belonging to the Firm. Tennj ca h. partimlar June !O-.t apply Proprietor CHA3. J.
i i that all the rights of the States which were not ot the Cuufuleiatiou. The eyinjathit-s of the Southern men. It is one of the bad signs of the United States yet existing throughout the con showed signs of a blow upon his head which he t t.said July"-2p E.In .ET.REIT. _

I Emperor of the French an with Prussia, and times, and one of the indices of the fate which quered territory, as proved incontestably by the had been done by J. J. Hampton, and by Medicinal Liquors and'WijP

e irpecineally delegated tho United States Government where his sympathies lead he is alt to follow abolition hate is preparing for the entho destruction testimony of many witnesses and undisputed the looks of the gore ho supposed it had been Chancery, Putnam County, Fla.T 0RE FEEXCII BRANDY

: wore retrrrrd to the States individually; | them up with tangible cvin -s.j facts. lore at obout 24 hours or on the day befuie. ]| YDIA T. HADLno'H.Adraini'fra'rixof thej gon4 Pure Rye \VTiinky ,
alike J.J and ih ittlcs, ,creJit und elictsof lihenczer
Southern C.
character of Southern | 111-
: and the very nature of the agreement bears upon j The next European ii jgt-nce will, doubtless 10. The conclusion of your Committee, there Being cross examined Lt. Quintin said, "I know J i be!,. hiring: iIr4 her Mil in the 'hanecry! M.lc of the Pure Pore Old IjwhThiky Holland Gin

.. it prim* facia evidence that even!thrso dole- be full of stirring cvcnu. j prosperity, and will stand forth, forever, as [ fore, is that the so-called Confederate States au nothing of the difficulty between J. J. Hampton ( C.rct.it Court for wiIJ oninty. !ugstin,; tie probahlr lure Madeira Wine _

,, --- ... --- -- I one of the foulest blots in the pages of the U. S. not, at present, entitled to representation in the and' Jim Hampton." inMihntey of thccs'atoof tie ifau-a-H-d committed to Pure Shcrry Wine
; gated rights, were delegated for the sincrlo purpose I rli.irpIt Inonlcrod that co'lce he {ul-li-ihe.1! in (he Pure Port Wine. For na'e liy
ELECTION OF'SOUTIIERN UNION MEN. Those all the witnesses that examined -
( Ii CoiiECbS of the United States ; that before allowing were were Flori.la Union, > in Jackm/nville
| a new all
Congressional history. Would for the fair name pap r hr per- E. P. W1J.TET': C4.
t 0 : of the better security of States' Rights. Under the above the Fhritllcn and'i such representation, adequate security It was for the Jury to judge of the credibility antis ha\his claims annit HaM estate to appear and tile Xo. 4 Sammi' Block,sign of the QoUot&o ______
And it is for this reason,-tho formation of the caption, I of American manhood, it had never been writitcn. for fututo peace and safety should be required; of the testimony. On the rat of prosecution with the clerk oJ the Circuit Court f-.r wid county,bia, Dec 30-tf -

general government for the surer preservation Jnarwil, has the fallowing appropriate remarks, I that this can only bo found in such changes of they had the testimony of J. J. Hamjton, her or tli next."ir c iicis on or before U. the A. VCTXAM fir t lion lay, Ju.Le.in Dccemhcr -

in the spirit and substance of which wo fully That the South has evinced an earnest dc iie | the organic law as shall determine the civil and of the colored man Oliver, that Hampton raaLi: June 23.TheSuteofFio.iKPutaaniCaunty. BOUSE & BRYANT! .
of the and liberties of the of the
: rights people concur. This paper too advocated the propriety !. to return to relations of and rights/.nd privileges of all citizens in all parts did not strike Jim, hut that he seized tho gun and -I. U. IT. Mc- Ip. lOrIS
:E States-that a number of the States upon the peace good comity of t'/j Hcpublic, shall place representation 0:1i tried to shoot Ilamj ton. On the rait of the Lcod, Ckik of the C.rcuit('curt. for the Couniy of llituim (F-irtneriv of JacfcwnTtTe,Yip! _
'j of electing a Senator and Representatives in with the people of the Noith. and with the i and Sate; of Fo Jn. d<' hereby certify ih.it the FOR irARMXGAXD
gen-i accrued had the COJtXl&SlOX
t- ratification of the Constitution of the United an i-quitablo basis, shall fix a stigma upon tresiwn they testimony of the accuttd aiv-e and fore iiinjr in a true co*>y of n tKw lor public- JfLXCJUftl
; States, expressly declared in the act of ratification Congress of such political status as could meet oral government, is undeniable, pave by those and protect tho loyal people against future and his mother, that Hampton struck the Lust tion to c.ethtor on file in my oftt*. WiUw-.. ruy hand 1M Bir STK ET, 4$ JNN211

the test oath, and as an offering to the North who prefer falsehood to truth. That this feeling I claims for the expenses incuricd in support of blow with the gun. and otlicul&iol this the 30i.il dSy of Jimr, 1S'.6.E. : WLL give prompt attention to reek iyj5g saih-
U( that thv reserved the power and the right I think the did H. McLKOD. ,qnoda,vales oa corea'niiiaat, M& J
rebellion and for manumitted slaves Jury in p
of the sincerity with which the people of the is male evident in the unanimity with which ( together right believing lamp- July 7 Cm Clerk Court. dcrs. And will also keep eonto tty en haa t
of withdraw ini fiuin that Government whenever _: < a
I ? with an express grant in Congress to enforce ton and Oliver in preference to Jim and his .tock of Grocvrif, Liquor, Agric .ral
1 er, til Aeirj Jl'j A tt, that Government should bepo South approached the great question of the day they have voluntarily taken the oath of allegiance thcbO provisions. To this end they offer a joint mother-I think this on Use manifest fa'.srhood! Kerosene IJjiktjnz Matcnolt, Fairbanks It. Cwai pwai,
looking to a harmonious reconstruction not should be and would of -art of the and Gas Stoves, vies other xnod and m&nalactHi-al tlcfe* _-,$
[ cdminisU el &.' U bccoiiu d.s t. .live t< their respected, be by all, i resolution for amending the Constitution, and a [ testimony of both Jim and his consignment,and lor which the are Arab. t
only of the political reorganization of the country -j save those whose personal sense of honor docs i j jI the two several bills designed to carry the Fame mother-Jim and his mother swore that at the TEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE and eonngrnpcu pcctfiilry sobi.",'. '"
v. itorts, I u lw.ftet.' an 1 tit! ii li: fiu<* The
but a friendly, commercial and social relation j I not lift them above moral qualification to coin- into effect befine referred to. request his mother Jim yore tip the gun to POTS, OIL CANS, &a, Sec.C2T Je.nuary6-ni ..
form of g 4 tiut: that the tail:"r,cttabl-shed, Before closing: this report, your committee beg Hampton, while the truth is that Jim took both All the -

4 th.y ccrlaif7. ttigfd r-'juM I* I TP< M :ted to as logical events to flow from that recon I I mit perjury, and fr0m which stand point they I II leave to state that the specific recommendations thegunjaiid knife to I.t iumtin,at Ma-lison Courthouse t-r fmilv 1ity Cor.klr.gjf.raEar P.d..- .- ..A. i A tsy -, r 5 _

struction.* judge others. submitted by them arc the result of mutual concession a distance of 16 miles, where they were I:4r.tt i'rscr. 'ml t (if S.i'&t.i.3 I
I in con'trurting itimin-fed it after Ions and careful comparison of taken from him l iHc BhcrifFof Madison Coun ..J5tt A. DuteuIffc -.
Many such men were elected and sent to carry The enlightened intelligence of the world will a y ; sand at !c :-.
4 tith taf-r' itingpriaiir.lcs by lnrh it. was And again the Eliza ?7i'Ti'l
of such ty. woman that
conflicting opinions. Upon a question swore -, .f.
a-.4ber 3HPrING
he olive branch of baptised it in know how to lock with pity on the cowardly 4 1
as w re -
r'r Irft ia tho } jr of the governed to mo>hi/ and magnitude, infinitely important as it is to the "ilHinpton knocked Jim of the mule nitthltr*- artl-e! m.'inuarftiri.t by t7ii f .:.'v U ,
trn\\- rear
the mrwnt to the of the solemn oaths of a voluntary allegiance of malice that can inako a place of safety, tho forum future of the Republic, it was not to bo expected which was imj)()tFible, seeing that Jim still had am.tu.d to perft'riniilibat ist-laimtTur it. -.Cil41- : -
1 *iapt j: purpost* ts es- ho Southern pnople. to that Gnvortirncnt mto C.'.,., vb1i 1..t- .ml --.. U_4 _ll ot.u.1.1 UUH nllKu. fliBlV.Tj uf ,t.o I... cfromgyMt if* inL'o il. Mw.*..a i..s. o-w 3rfnym 0-- ts i1 cinna.---- ---c-' -giTl> tOriK'pt

4 I'k4'v ke ac-'y cr j I pro- whose folds they were then ardently desirous to in the armor of official power; and the men and perfections of the scheme, your 'committro sub Hampton. And again she swore that Jim fell Uber discount to the trade. Kerosene Lamp Heat. y.01 OtUin, Lutaber
.lection n a. i agrcfesions of a political ujiracicr. mit it to Congress as the best they could agree on the other side of the mule from Hampton, ir fjmrany. 2Cu IViirl stixx-t, 2T. Y. ally Consi TunttiUvanccs iOlSet.L' -
but find I of the South trained in Juy! 7-1m vill bie ma-tc.
return to themselves insulted women loftier school -
only by a which is Tt. & I .
upon, in the hope that its imperfections may be by all the other witnesses -- :
:_ the sincerity of their oaths being questioned, j of personal honor and Christian virtues than cured and its deficiencies supplied by legislative even Jim himself. RF.FEuri ; -

i :. While! a! norj' l\o\s that fcoh was t'io obtl and the persons of their representatives denied their malignant traducers, in the pity of their wisdom, and that when f- ally adopted it may The Jury no doubt believed every word Lt. GROY1'TEEy & CO., ; I *BriThAnj, Savin-iaf, D.iTdWi> J ,H.A T C.x uiin,'terjoE A. -

jpot in viev that in the earlier, pnr.=r and tho privileges that tho Constitution they supported hearts t an afford to say "farther forgive them, j tend to restore peace and harmony to the whole Quintin said but as he stated ho knew nothing Piano Forte Manufacturers I T: -., f'ol.. Aaeojrfa: ,utvrpi. It ::5._,. 1:1ri: _
: letter day :ho Government, vi hen >i.triotic I country, and to place our Ucpublican institutions of the difficulty, and as there arc so many ways : t'ir :. ( isioim, AlUu% [ granted to them. "Such a course was j they know not what they do. 'Eiihraim ia on a more stable foundations. in which Jim might have gotten the sii -.is of a Fb,F.Iibtr,JaCk&n4)1L '
etoiaenica ii teTitv n1 hontv vlini'zistered 4 493 BSOADVv'AY, NEW YORK. 3.Uailey.Jefienon COL,Flu,T.i it 3' _
joined to his idols let him alone but the lifo of
blow his vi
neither generous, just, patriotic nor honorable. ; ; iipo-i: head, they would not crivo that York,JJeardcn *
the Govurrucnt attention of t'lepuLKc! and the trade 1 U Co,,Xew York,WaneaMitckAIi
ih- of the Stat THE MADISON COUNTY THE inTitcd.
ngn. were | truth cannot bo crushed and the Nemesis of ciicutr.star.co mu<-h weight Louisville,1(3Jant3tf -
It[ is sheer nonsense to say, in justification of ; our XewScUi', Sc>en Octave, Iloewood PinnorV.rtei -
l respectod, the principles the G >vnri: -.t were their course by the dominant party, that they history will yet go forth to avenge audio crown the The public id generally apprised that the I c nilud-j, therefore, that the Jury did not ltd ', whIch hitherto for volume and pi.nty of lone ap imiira-! -
find Jim Vy any erTmr in this market.
jrui'.tv against the evidence They con
I end the as charged
preserved, cor filracc and aflotijf' the people of the South with the ward of the of Madison has been tain all the m'dern improxeracntn. French *. L. EATItAWAf. au.p
acted through patriotic fear for the country, that just a being County by order of Gen. ry Lt Q'llnlin.Tho grand action,

people were patriotically yielded t > thii i MTrernmettt the rebels, "so called," by getting into Congress truest of the Union to constitutional obligations, Foster, returned to martial law, for reasons connected Jury sentenced Jim to 39 stripes. The inntnuncpt harp pnl! iron being frame made ovcr-BtrunR under the toet personal, etc.*uperv1 and each.u>n- Jas. L. Hathaway & UfiJi _

-'Il because that Government was j tand through their representatives, would have it in and to the great principles of constitutional lib- with a trial of a freedman who had been Counsel for Jim then moved for a now trial, of of ovr Jlr. J. II. GroVfslecn.in who bits a practlual experience siiirrnro AND COMMISSIO ': .
I laid no opprosnion at tiioir door, nor made in whiih was leferrod. Mr. Patercon the Counsel ranted in yearn manttCwture, u fully W.IT- 171 PKARL STREET, 3 r.Cbuiignments W YO1 -
their power to give the government more trouble erty. these they have fought and suffered; sentenced to icroive stripes after conviction, and f<.r Jim in his letter of the 19th "the e\ery parti.nl.vr.rWiivd -

I novations upon the sovereignty of the States, ; for the people of tho South had been utter and now endure obloquy For these they have upon whom the sentence had been executed, for an apjt-al was then made save,at the application in- TIIE "GROVESTEI2TPIANO FORES Dec 23 of Cotton 6ubxuted.and all other souther* Tt&to ]

which was deemed then to be the palladium of ly overthrown in all political power, or war-like lost all but honor and their manhood, and thccc ; which led to intcrfvrance on the part of a sub- s'anro of Lt Qirntin, who represented himself the W-het award of merit at the celebrated' _7_

I liberty. So long, therefore, as the Constitution to me as the guardian of the prisoner and when Wi'rd's Falp' where wore exhibite.1 EDWARD L.U1BERTIBanker
resources. Without a pound of powder, a mns.Icct despots nor slanderers cannot tear from them j commissioner of the Frcedmcn's Bureau. The is- the best in.arumenU from ,
was and the matter to the makers of London, P.iris (err/Any, nifiadclj.hia. _
regarded, justice administered to all soottonsni was explained prisoner himself -
; or a cannon, her population decimated, her 1. The seats of the Senators and JRpprccntativos sue between the civil and military authorities he declined to take but Uoltimoie, BoFton and XVw Yotk: and also at the" and Broker

and States freo., the\Vhcn people Government were .happy, prosperous productive resources destroyed, her labor basis from vacant tho in s-vcalleJ the year Confederate 1861, during Slates the MK-became led to a con cspondenco between the Judge of the suffer the penalty of an the appeal law, than would"to rather bo a anil Arnenranlnvitutefor M..ver MedaU from five both of aKceeve which can years I*seen, the at Gold oar No.30 WALL SThLET, EW-OIL ____

a ceases for liberated what condition did County Criminal Court of Madison prisoner longer," or "to WHre-ioonK. / 1 OYERNilEXT secnriUc fcon UJf aeI W
supplies or end session of the XXX Vlth the County, and any even go through the .stoks <
to bo just, whoa faction and fanaticism triumph CongUHS, by with another trial I then Iy introduction Improvement* TC make a still. \ bought and sold on commiafion and c'i 0
could she present, that could possibly alarm sensible voluntary withdrawal of their incumbents with Governor Walker, which resulted in submitting explained (says Mr. more perfc-t Pinno-forte,tnd by niannfaetni inp largely, he ocnol margin desired. interest allured aptes '
over right and justice, and Government is administered men. J It is said "tho wicked flee when no the sanction and by the direction of the legislatures tIme whole matter of the trial and execution of Paterson,) to him the nature of the punishment with a jtnctly cish ysU-m,arccntitteil! to offer these instruments | iubjeit to sight drafts,oonthem money leapt Pt -
; in violation of conventions ho 5r.b.fo\l! on having it inflicted immediately if at a priee hich will preclude all c-emT..jjGo. oU.! unsettled northern claim adjnutcil. Pirasiwonvion !
; written obligations, man pcreueth," and it may be adJel that the or of their respective States. sentence to his, Excellency for his review and he cou'd thereby bo discharged and home that clas Our prices are from |100 1. $200 chca per than any&-at : paid to the negotiation of commcr-a'J evi 1
This was done as hostile act tho Constitution go Pianoforte.Tenns .
and in destructive a against flit of i'cixi-I
a of
manner to the exchange.
peace anyrespectable unjust tremble when none seek to dittuib. No and Government of the United States, opinions in the premises. evening-his mother was present and expressed -Jf et Cash hi current funds. _.

portion of its subjects, apathy seizes these thing were done, for the deliberate purpose with a declared intent to overthrow the same by The final letter and review of Governor Walker the samo desire, saying that she done wrong to July Uesoriptive 7-ly cL-culars sent free. MILLINERY.JUs'q
the minds of the alienation follows get her son into this difficulty and that it would u. 4 r.
epon injured of insulting the fallen, and degrading the forming a Southern Confederation. This act of is so perspicuous, and affords such a concitehistorylof be the last" ; ARRIVED AND NOW OPEN WlPorsythe _
apathy, and the repressed, feeling that they are declared hostility was speedily followed by anorgarJ7.at.ioii Great Improvcsient in Machines. "
the whole Sewing
helpless. The intelligence of the world does not of the Status into confederacy matter, that we give it pub Mr. Paterson continues, "I regarded Jim Street
same a -
no longer interested in the Government to ,
cease fail to perceive this to be so, and wo are not in which lived and waged war Ly sea and lication in order that the public mind may be Hampton as a free man, and one that should bo Empire Shuttle Machine. P70w YARDS West of tbe Post Office on th tff i_ _

j yield it more than a passive obedience, and it is sympathy with the people of the South if they fail land against the United States. This war continued informed as to the merits of the case. It is difficult consulted and obeyed in a matter that so much I J P .ide. A well selected! BtocX orMitoent**
left in the hands of the bold and the bad concerned himself, and therefore withdrew Salesroom 536 (}o.d Moderato profits and quick rn>le. nwn
I a prey more than lour within which time j for to mv Broadway, N. Y.
to spurn the ignoble offense, and scorn to surrender years us perceive where any wrong has for for past ratronase. if.TtilK !
to be perverted to other than those forwhichltTwas the rebel armies besieged the national Capital, | application an appeal. I, as his Counsel informed AnI 14-1m
purposes the pride of their sentiments to be n committed in tho Washington st Boston.
save him
an unap- invaded the loyal States, burned their towns and j impertinent intermeddling that it should be as ho desired and ,

-. established. Tho loss to a government preciativc faction, who rule the country for cities, robbed their citizens, destroyed more than of the Bureau man, and we trust with withdrew my application for an appeal. 921 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 1&ND

of the confidence and affection of any considerable power, and not for principle. In view of these 2-50,000 loyal soldiers, and imposed an increased such facts in his possession, General Foster, who The wishes of the prisoner complied with and Patented Feb. It, 1560. RESTITUTION

body of its subjects, is a loss that can thinji wo hold that it is no longer incumbent national burden ol not hys than $3,500,000,000. all admit, is a liberal and just minded Commander and he was immediately punished and discharged macbnelq eon.-t.-ui-tedon entirely new princlJ. -
hare no other erect on government than such as of which seven or tight hundred millions have without the payment of costs. pies o: mvdiaai-.m, poe uinmany rare and ralua- -
in the people of tho South to regard.the sentiments already been met and paid. From the time that may fool that ho is warrantel in releiving It appears from a letter of the Sheriff and also bie Imj-rovcmeat<,,hnTingt been examined by the moat

J $injurious. of the Radicals, for act as they will it is these Confederate States thus withdrew their representation the County of Madison fr m tho further operations from tho affidavit of D. L. Burbank, that to profound oxpcrt faud pronounced to bo8IHrLlClTT NEW GOODS!

It canoot be concealed Liom the most superficial I clear that nothing is to bo gained to them but hi Congress and levied war on the of his order, if he has not already done so. protect the prisoner from the jeers and ridicule a tr-iiht needle ASD MSFtCTIOX, COHBI.ItO.Ith.v :
reader of the history of the Government I United States the of their of a crowd of boys assembled for the purpose, the the perpendicular a-tion, makes T. HARTEIDGE
insult and contumely. Let us respect ourselves i great mass people became We invite attention to the letter as being of much lock or huttle Mitth,which will neither rip nor ravel ,
of the United States I ana were insurgents rebels traitors and prisoner was not punished in the open couit- and M alike.n both klOen; perloruu
that it has been slowly, and scorn "to bend the hinges of the ; perfect ewini on B.>YIS RETAcxSoN\-lLLzrJ.
pregnant interest yard hut in before d.scrip-ion of nuUnia' _
number every Ironi
all of them occupied the and : a room, a of rcspoc- leather to the finest
: yvL surely undergoing radical changes in its knee, that thrift may follow fawning." Wo relation of enemies political of the United, legal States.practical EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. table witnesses, that tho doors were not barred the Nan.ooIt muslin, with cotton linen or ilk thread, horn MJTV HECEIVIXO.PER 8CHEA.
courw-t to the finest number.
littting nmtl.cr cam i 1IOLMLS,the following Ooorfa. UicL _
4' modesof administration,until it has finally passed append the remarks of tho florldianVhen : This position is established by acts of Congress TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Juno 25, 1866. but that persons went in and out at pleasure." or C.g Wheel. an l the Uat possible friction,U runt aa a.1 the advaataet,of the duiline in Qco U im 5., '

from that of a representative Democracy, to "\ the Southern Congressional elections and judicial decisions, and is recognized repeatedly Hos. JOSEPH TIU.MA.N, Upon these facts my conclusion is, that the inoulh as gla*,and iirSPIIATIcaLLY I

a consolidated despotism. It was tho clear drift- were taking place Lost fall and winter, very by the President in" public proclamations, charge, the punishment was inflctod with undue A X01SCLESS X4CHI.M. DRY GOODS,
of strong apvcals were addressed to the Southern documents and speeches. Judge of the County Criminal Cwrt 3fudl mt Co. haste and within a room with barred doors is not It rr big
in UiLi direction, that caused sustained. any oilier machine in the market. A girl twelve PMNTS-Dress and FurnitE*1
people by Northern conservatives against the 2. The States thus confederated prosecuted Sin :-I.have the honor to acknowledge cf years _
can woik it viihout
the Southern ago steadily, itigue or iujuiy to
States -
to take alarm for their sovereignty choice of any man as member of Congress who their war against the United States to final ar the receipt of your communication of the 19th After the appeal was withdrawn Lt. Quintin health. CJMIItICSLINENJACONET SWIUI
: and which laid the foundation of that could not take the test oath. Wo recollect that bitrament, and did not cease until all their armies inst, accompanied by full reports of the proceed protested in writing against the execution of the itt strength and wonderful simplicity of conutnietiunrcndiTs CHECKED PAPEK.

final appeal to arms to which they resorted in the New York Tune was especiarly earnest, not were captured, their military power des jugs and evidence in certain cases recently tried sentence and threatened to bring out his military guaranteed it almoul by the im Ccraponr;o. ible to to give ptt out entire of order satieSiction., and U MUSLINS.

order to save, not only the forms but the sub to say officious in pressing this advice. troyed, their civil officers,State and Confederate, in your Court, about which Lt Quentin had force at his command to opposa it. We pectfally Incite all tto nho may deiretuj.plr > _
We do not say that it was bad advice. At taken prisoners or put to flight, every vestige of forwarded complaints to the Freedincns Bureau. In this my conclusion is that he was most do- tht-radelvea with usupeik-r article, to come and SWISS, MULL, DOTTED, BOOK. X

stance constitutional liberty. The good old the timo when it was given it had much to command State and Confederate,Government obliterated, Having carefully considered' the whole matter, cideclly wrong-still however, to prevent the possibility exumlnc Quo half thi hour'unrivalled instruction machine.i*rafficiont to runb : BISHOP- LAWKS. LAWX3, PRX

i days and principles of '76 had passed a way from it And wo believe that throughout the their territory overrun and occupied by the I will now as you request give you the conclusions of a"Collision between the military and perwin to work this machine to tbt-lr entiretails'urtioa.any. J.tCKONg1 ,T.kRLTOS-

: 'y ftha memories, and the fealty of the dominant South it is very generally had its weight with Federal armies, and their people reduced to the at which I have arrived. the Sheriff and citizens, resulting perhaps in loss Agent wm.ted for all town in the Unlicd State, LINENS. ____

; action of the Union electors. Wherever a man of Union antecedents condition enemies conquered in war, entitled The material facts in the case of A.Y. Hamp of many valuable lives I regret that you did not whire Cuba, at Musk ncien o. Central aie not and alrrady i-juih cttaUkhcd. Abe fur IRITT. !WIEETIXO,WHITE AN BROV"
: a new set of men with ( America, to a born
\; possessing decent respectability in character and only, by public law, to such rights, privileges ton, the first case complained of by Lt Quintin pauscTand report the case to me, and let me report hber.il cliHcnttnt will bo eiveiuEilPiUJH a WhITE Alm 1IROWN DUCK. **

new order of ideas as to the principles the talents, could be found willing to be a candidate and conditions as might bo vouchsafed by the are as follows :-A. Y. Hampton had in his employment it to the Commanding General, who would 8EW1MJ ilACniXE MFG. CO.. 5. AND fcROWX. DAMASK DIAPEB CR.WHDOIIJCR. ,

: 4wericaa Constitution, rose up in lieu of those for Congress, he was chosen. It is true that conqueror. This position is also established by a cook woman named Eliza, who was immediately have removed the iroproj er inter July 7-ly-II. & 1\ 53 BxTOdway, N. Y. IIIRD. EYE.TOWELS SCYrCIL

prindplcMnd established other not contemplated there were and are not many such; particularly judicial decisions, and is recognized as sound by talking very loud, and useing profane language ference lie has never failed to do so in any

by the States when entered into in Virginia, the Carolinas and the Gulf States. the President in public proclamations, documents in his kitchen. A. Y. Hampton went to the ease where application has lern made. I do u. s. mil nI2LLLcT3sI.LtsLt,)XtS411
thoy the Union, But as far as wo know, none of this class ran and speeches. kitchen and told her todosist-that shn must tnn not acknowledge the right of the agent of Freed- ROUTE. ; HOSIE1Y

_I H and from this cause discord arose that finally without bring elected. In Florida, for example 3. Having, voluntarily deprived themselves cursing before his grand children-she became mona Bureau to interfere with the proceedings ,

1 t drov*the country into revolution, from which in the choice cf Senators, the first elected was of representation in 'Congress, for tho criminal still more angry and in addition to cursing used of the Court in any way whatever. I only recommend *****?!' A FULL ASSOETMESt __

: it ha emerged with a Constitution torn to fragment Judge and Provisional Governor Marvin, a man purpose of destroying the Federal Union, aid very obsccne'languago to him and "bristling up the reference of any interference to _

and the erection of in all respects fitted for the place, and yet a man having reduced themselves by tho act of levy to bam dared him to strike her." He thereupon the Commanding General as the surest way to : GLOVES
a holding whose record on the secession question was in ing war Jto the condition of public enemies they took a piece of alder out of a crock in the kitchen have improper interference icmoved. _

itself rerponaible to no tribunal, no code, and conflict with that of at least four-fifths, perhaps have no right to complain of temporary exclusions and hit her one slight lick upon the head-the From a conversation I had the other Jay with Kid *Lisle and LtHandkerchiefs *;

no regulated'authority. nine-tenths of those by whose votes ho was cloc- from Congress; but, on the contrary, having alder was dry and about the size of a mans finger General Foster, I think ho will order the Agents THE FAVORITE BTEAMERDAHXINGT ,

Each i is the unhappy, the lamentable 0 state olpolitical *"* voluntarily renounced the right to representation and was or had boon used by the children of the Bureau not to interfere, but only to assist 0 1ST ,

aflair the Now, if we might bo bold, we would like to and disqualified themselves by crime from for making pop-guns (on this point see the testimony the accused ia proper cases to take appeal To ,
_ that now hang over country ask the New York Timn and other Northern participating in the Government, the burden of the colored woman Eliza marked C. and this of course no ono will object. CAPTAIN JACOB BROCK, A FULL ASSORTMENT

_ on the return of another anniversary of its journals of the same school, if there be any such now rests upon them,before churning to be reinstated the colored woman Louissa Taylor maiked D To interfere in any other way than pointed "O JLJL AVIKO on her old-.been route thoroughly between refitted, i is,agnin T>lae d

tuarfenca. I* not this a sad spectacle on which what has the South'gained! by this concession, in their former condition, to hhow that and. the statement of A. Y. Hampton marked K) out by the law, to wit, by appeal would IKS pro pnsc, Ktoj'pinp at all intermediate kaonvtlle point, loo und rlrir Enter-Jack. HOOP SKIRTS.

:I to look, in the train of thought which the sa- and the choice of men loyal even according to they are qualified to resume Federal relations.In .- Upon the testimony, the jury; found A. Y- ductive of great evil, "both by oxeiting a feeling R4mvHk every Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, Palatka, PRID/* I

aednai of the day call forth f Here FBJUEnox the severest tests and most exacting standard of order to do this they must prove that they Hampton guilty of assault and battery and fined of discontent in the minds of tho white reeple, o'clock Monday P.raoinlns M, Heturninfr? 4 o'clock win arriving 1eve Enterprise at Enterprise Wed- EMPRESS TRAIL, TIP WORLD.TOP A>T> _

Unionism f What favor has the Senate shown have established, with tho consent of the people, .him ono dollar, and tho costs, fifty eight dollars. andjiy raising and confirming feelings of animosity wlay morning 4 o'clock PobttkA l ui-sday morning 7 *.j '
pause to mgh, and FATSIOTUX to mourn to Governor Marvin ? Has he not been spurned Republican forms of government, in harmony Thus A. Y.-Hampton .striking one light to the white people, and contempt to o'clock, writing at Jacksonville I o'clock P. 11. Thread, Buttons, Needles, !

rarttrsnded hope* of a people' liberties, a* from its Chamber quite as ignominiously as he with the Constitution and laws of .'tho United blow with a small land brittle stick, a colored the Civil Courts in tho minds of the colore I. poo- Jnly7-tf- / JOHN CIwVRK Atent. SHOES '

ih jrlio eattorod in rain on the shore of Time.Xt.fhorectillftlearcnof would have been, bad he for four years worn States, that all hostile purposes have ceased, woman who refused to desist from profane language pie, causing them to believe that the Courts are Herd's Wharf, JacksonTilFe,Pla.ca BOOTS AND ,
_ _ _
virtue in the and Confedorato gray and led Confederate armies f and should give adequate guarantees against future in tho presence of of his family, was-pun only instruments of Injustice and opprctsion toward FOB SALE : A YlTh.L ASSORTMENT
day ,
What encouragement is there, then, for the treason and rebellion; guarantees which ished to the extent of$S9 in money besides his thorn. !

Ihopeoplscf All rctionf to arouao from theipattof poath to elect such men, if neither they nor she shall rrovo satisfactory to' the Government layers foe*, and the" nnovnn Anf V$im'. ,,rr'c+.,land I am happy to receive, and do not in thal ist RAIW W4BA

*r2 *iicieezn* to hare obtained, and U to bo benefited thereby t. We feel that wo against! .which thoy rebelled,and by whoso arms tried before"Criminal Court- I do not doubt your assertion that the disposition of the 1500 Head of Stock Cattle _

to recall the krt bettor feeling of the pa*!,and hard the tight to submit these questions, and to they. were subdued. think his punishment unreasonably light good people of Madison, is to sco that the laws :GENERAL ASSORTED ST0

.of th past and ono ask for tin answer. This paper earnestly advocated 4. Having by this treasonable withdrawal from The next case Lt Quintin complains of, 'is are promptly and impartially executed in regard .Ai; SG Per 1-Tead. _

none fflion memory ; Senator Marvin's .election-waving all Congress, and by flagrant rebellion and crime that of Jim Hampton, (colored.) to all without distinction of race or color." CROO1tEBY, .
; rnApO tthb. futaro, return to ancaentI question difference between himself and the civil In this coso J. J.'JIampton The For further particulars' at this office.
forfeited all and political rights and privileges swore (see his tes last complaint of Lt.Qnintin is, that tie apply _
Ibe aoeai Jo'eofjua-peopl of the State-in the confident belief that under the Federal Constitution, they can timony marked-C.J) that he was going to fish or case of J. J.-Hampton was .not tried. It appears June 1B-U A foil assortment

x7ind cfmind b would admitted to take*his seat in the only bo restored thereto,1 ,tho permission,and hunt, and having his gun with him, met Jim in that this case is still upon the: docket, the -
p1 tfltlj Senate and permitted to discharge his duties authority of that constitutional power against the field riding a mule which ho 'had just un. defendant Hampton being under bond to TO 1q-T. !Xayl*-3UWK --f fF

iB> r no__ #In there. Why has he not been f Again, we inquire which they rebelled? and b/< which they were hitched from the plow,-OR being- told by his at the next term of tho Court, and the counsel appear r _

I first t otiim,: ; whit encouragement is given the South to subdued. mother Eliza pf the difficulty she had with A.Y. fur the accused having moved for a continuance. I JLm I J thAT'.mtama new and double CaibarbiS.tenement treetc, houte otupk'4byMr. oa NOTICE.. -
_ Ucktothe elect *uch men, rather the most ardent so es- 5. These'rebellious armies were conquered by Hampton-J.-J.1 Hampton asked Jim where he The granting of continuance is eo universal 'a .. Robinson, pud asmaI dwelling 1 HAYS this da I4 fa thi t _
iloxiists.- tho tho United was going. Ha replied that he in house ems the ICastilde of thajme *traet. now Cooper ft BWieDU r B Wi esi"
on the foundLctthcwtrhohave*- people of States, acting through look was going to thing all the Court that my conclusion is buildinatd early cornrlwted. AsL as the )dMM &ed cofl tion. -We hope that odrftieiid$simd ,I __ __
'O2TIIE FOOUSU. You tun nuke H4ol- all the co-ordinate branches of the government, for eome other place for his mother to stay, that no inference of an intention notto do jus atone ba the lepa:right to manage nd control Mid rro- oepn>mptli settling theratunhs! ,MTlstST
; Jutk jail front fifty tent 'Cull aud examine an to- and not by the Executive ''Department alone.- and made allusion to the fact that A. Y. Hamp. tice, can be drown therefrom. pert: ,all pvnont are,cnutloixnl ajrainrt renting cither this 1ou indulgence. -

flu DOW*, be tdd rcrponaW* for, sullen- urgently neuwl ty everybody. Or a cample The powers of Congress are not so Tested in thoPresd'nt ton, the father of J.-J<.Hampton bad beaton her, ''I have thus given you my conclusions upon _>tract said whkh house ahe*from my wife, Jane.BnrBa, a* any ccn- WI would to aJao rfl remind the above thct sotica of 10teiion
Ore mail Sot ML, that retails eay for ?3, t. cut by tl.at ho fix and the terms Hrmpton to go back to his work the whole matter not because I cLaim to .
ClialU.ii. Nc Y Ii... can regulate have a i owl!! le without nay ronnt awl alit not he recoimizeti. of those tJc! !+'d to '
Woluott 17 i* *
g : WZ& jJiii3r1y', 4 | of EcUlemcnt: and confer Cyiigrct ional rupoecis.j that ho would attend to Uut.Jim thereupon used right to review your proceedings, for the judicial ], i Johi ( JiVlit. V __$ --

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regard Eastern

:. jhtT toidtittii n.L2US11LD AT MOSQUITO prospect is gloomy enough. Nor are Europe.t>e outh, tlie- COMMERCIAL.Uxios ICE.V 'NOTICLV V V 1 1866.BRADLBY'3 oi'isoA: '

EVERY SATURDAY MORXZXO, BY INLET, FLA.Wo lug portions of the Turkish Empire yet so socuie ICE delivered at th depot; and on board stmmersia A LT.pm m< indebted to Ite estate of 8UCTXL1JOL > .
that Orr cz, Friday Evening, hipping order. Ratr 2 $ cent per pound fur BUSJUTT.dcocMpd. late of D valaovnty,sin w-
,;3 *;jx.. are indebted to CapL E. Brown, who arm- we can afford to dispense with the supervision : ,July 6th, 186e amounts km than 600. Ex-tvdftt* too n ed here yesterday afternoon by the United States and guardianship that the great pow AptH a't-u CIIAVS. A. FAIRCiniD. and all person baring rfaltaa satsst said MtattvQIpyv
Revenue jCuttcrKanfcmond for the. following ers have exercised. If those Below *- give tho wholesale juices of leading cot them properly authenticated$ *ithla UM tte preacribed O
Tkzx1 or icMCRirriox.Qa. powers engag THE EMPIRE fciw this notice will be plead la tar 4 ttt,
a 00 etareingthowreckfhsv'tselAt : ed m war, an ambitious'empire like Russia may articles, as givcn by some of our principal deal MAOHIHIL by LOClSA A. BCRBJTT. .

.4. ecront M $L1UOntI1I 00 7o'clock, A. M., of the 14th insL, we toot? attempt a return to a policy that has been only ers. Some of our merchants may charge higher X TS Machine acknowledprf In America to bo,by With<01 odds, the -bcrt Shingle wcorrry.une108t Admlni ratrut

three month 1 tho flood tide with a westward breeze, bound temporarily abandoned. Though wo cannot prices, but we shall take pleasure in referring only oss xnui rove

jirl.Copy ...TenCcnU. from Smyrna to Savannah, with one' hundred think it right that the neutral States should fur parties to merchants who will sell at the prices 300O KI OAXT SIUTTGLKS > Notice. l
' COT So *nb.cnption taken for ic.s Uian three month named per boor ire eiully made. The macblue I.boUt entire
: All.ubcrii>Uon* must bl t*>* in nce.rcun bales of upland cotton. At 9 o'clock \vhen near ther interfere with the bdigrrcnts, they might : ly of Iron, rery compact and easily trnporMt. Itmork t'oUn weeks a'ter date brto& 1 will ppl7 to th* 1
_ the bar, the wind suddenly ceased and before take counsel together for the benefit of."the rest COTTON- ISc-ae in market ,VKVVKU, BT&TU and Box Srnr, and ont of the JL1 llonunUe Jadx Probate of the county .f rptnam. -

or ADtMTzsix*. anchor could be let go she struck on tho Xoith of Enrbpej and use their influence to prevent JAea'oictSL. Waoi.K&ILK Tucsa, yea Writ EsomicoJLiiEIS.1SGS. lame number of bolu of thnbtrr, one thlidnioojRiin e* State of rTorMa for an oroVr to sell the R al E*.
arc made than can be done by UH> Sawing iI ih1iK .- tate uf Ntmoel D. llonpuk "WM. U. 8TKVKX8, ;
'One.qnare,one insertion.......... ..............$J 00 breaker, at ebb tide, with a rough sea running, any ambitious power from turning tho general V Dtrcs ND Masicasas. All the taw-dual la tsmred by the Empire aiwl toes Into Juno 2.1-It Sheriff A ex-nlSchi AdminlMnUocvNotice. %
, ** two ** ...........,-.. w'Each
hcrto confusion fihinglea. AUUAM V
1 causing thump heavily. Sho soon commenced to account. REUUA.
subwquent -- Blue PHI Ooncral 141 K. YorV.
- ; per J1,1C@1.50 Agent, Broadway, w .
Ten line Xoopuncl tj-pc or space oocuppng the same leaking: lowered"the small >: %t, which UlneVitroJ, a .I' Jane S -3m V V
number of linen make one square. broke adrift and filled. We at once hoisted signals Telegraphic. 1laisa-r Coptba"'... CIX week after date I will apply to the fads ofproO -
A liberal dwooont made on yearly aaxcrtiscrnentn. All of distress 'when a boat frjm NvSniyrn.i CaloiwU per B>.; 1,60(31,00 t bofortheuuntyofLJobns for Utter* of Ad-

fCHy advertincmcnt.niuat bepaidquarU-rly advance. with tame NE\V TOEX, July 2. Chloroform,ptr tt ...........................;so&zc4,00 RECONSTRUCTIONFUENITUEE minMntion on the estate et"Samuel Da&Uit ,'lattet a
Jon PRITIIW, a man and boy, with whcso ass'stancc The Bremen has arrived, with dates to the Copperas, per tt. <( JJT EYERY STYLE, neatly and promptly executed we Bucccodcd in getting off and made raiL 20th ultPrussia Castor Oil,per cmlon. 4,00<34,6O June n-ew V asa c. )3rTTINGT0N;

In coming to at the month ?the inlet, the chain, Camphor. per ttr......iKpoom .................. liEPAIEED.THE .
foul and Italy formally declared war Salts, per The .............(c7ets Notice.A '[
THE FOURTH JULY. got and before the accident could l>e remedied against Austria on the 19th ult MorpUjie, p her sttrn the bank and she )!JaJil ... Jacksonville that he has rtsmowd his shop LL persona indebted to UM )state of Jam .RW &
in Jacksonville touched gionn- The ... .............
Tho Fourth was a quiet day dod-again and filled. assistance Prussians entered Dresden, the King of Opium, per B>.... V @10.00yninineperonnce. from the comer of Ocean and Fooythe trims to lie .1. arUba,deceased late of Dust county, an r -
of business af- rapidly Obtaining Saxony withdrawing toBohemia. His effected ........3,000*X.50 comer of Adams and Julia street, wnere baring secured quested to make payment to ttm vn.Le&.ai.A:V *4 aU _
There general guspenflion army Zach ROOF
was we discharged her cargo of cotton on the junction with the Austrian Sulphur, pern................10ft ITctt a more convpnknt lor&tion,he will be enabled to ezerute persons baring claims against Mid Estate wilt present
tcr the morning hours, and most of the pooplo beach, on the morning of the 15th. inst, by a larger amount of work In a shorter time. ttTara barIng them properly tteted within the tim pretcrtied by TWO rUtTZCTLT TX3tnOUO OftL ,
of Diplomatic relations have been broken off Between Boon & Snots. furniture to repair may coafiuvntly send it there.He .- law,or Uu notic will he pl .wt la twr of tbrtr rry>.my. V V
remained quietly at their homes. means a flat. Prussia and Bavaria. Calf Pegged Boot!.J>.OCG)7, T U now prepared to execute any work in"his line,im h.a. DIANA KlCUARPSOZr. i sPtqc4 V ,

number of our citizens with thoirfam- The Herald lies in a perilous position, but maybe The Prussians Hanover and threaten 4, Sewed .,.......................... Quite a occupy divans, bnreanataUit and ail articles of furnltnreclcarvd
released by energetic efforts. She was not MinnPeesfld ), .2,2JV 2,75 bif MM hoop and makimg UM*
Frankfort. and varnished and in the THE Ihacrrr Cos at KI TIII Ciacrrr or FLOM .
SL and Sswed n-palrcd equal to new A.TCKDALI
the Mary's Calf .
board cnjoyol a insured. 3,6046,00
flca went on Lb. and .
An engagement took place between the Prussians bent manner. Spring and other nwttrenwn made to o & Buo 1 lightest n
excursion and pic-nio to Green Cove Her cotton was part of the cargo of the ship and lies i'ans Frankfort- CKOCCKXT. dcr. Locks and keys fitted to boreaws desk and wardrobe U. S Attaehmml. ; They M otfcwiwlwrtTa k jlm
pleasant near a regiment Plate *, ehitin retailed and and all kind of work B.nyStrous.. ) ,
Harry B. Tyler, of Galvcston, Texas, which common per .jao repaired but wM always pnewr*tMr
springs. of the latter were almost annihilated. granite *' ...00(5r.3,54lI' cxamtrd In a manner to suit the pnrttai who send it.. Putnam County, to wit:
went ashore during a heavy gale in November The Austrians were hourly expected in Sax cliln .4CXMi6,0 For the aummodation ofpenowa at a diatan-e, who T'UE' dcfctKUnt. Bum Ktrona and all others InterMt. PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL
The colored people generally observed it as aholiday last at Capo Carnavarel, Florida, with a cargo Tea Plate*, wmmon........i.ooa 1MKiamic may wish to consult the mbanibur shout work, any order arc licrehy notlhod of the Institution of the above nr AU.CROWDKD -
and the members of a colored benevolent consisting prinjij ally of 600 bales of cotton, of ony.'I .' a per sett.1.2JKS1.76 left at the 1'o.t Office, box 159. will rccoirc curly attention. nut by attachment, returnable to the Fall T na of tb.
which 400 bales of it ho State of Holdenburg Avonholt withdraw Bowl*, common.......l,26 saved
and crowd by were some more or June J If of be held the C.mrt la
society attracted attention a from tho Confederation.A T GOOD Florida to at HOUM. the CHUBCITBR
loss damaged. The Herald was chartciel to Town of Palatka,on MonAty, the 2 1th day ol October ,
parading the streets in full regalia, bearing a bring the staple-100 bales to Savannah battle is expected near Frankfort, before Print*.12@2SUleachctl LAND FOR SALE.A next,and to appear and plead to the 4erlartkM filed In aRAIUtOi.D V
a trip- Ooodi................. .. .
drum. which are assembled thirty to fifty thousand .. .. ........ the Mid suit. KLEMINO & DAX1EL.
banner, and preceded by fife and for shipment North. Federal troo s. Brown Domestics................................20(033OBAI SMALL Tract of about TWENTY-FIVE Acres of June 9-3m Plaintiffs AUomeyv. CARS
Messrs. R Itulloch & Co., were the owners of & Fosasi. -ii- first rate land, situated near the Brick Yard,and at
"ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREECH, The Federal plan, of operations is said to be a distance of three quarters of a mile from Jackaonrlile, FOB PROHTXADI.OEHOUSS.
the Tyler's cotton, and Mr. F. M. Myroll agent; for Corn, per bushel, sack included..............1,50$1.C2 15 oficml fur salem vhole in loU to suit NOTICE. V
GOOD FRIENDS, ONCE MORE. hero for the Herald, which was a wrecking reconquest.The Oats........................................ ......1,00roo@i,9o For terms, dee., call at the or store of'' purchaj IL
that schooner and Gloucester Mas. i Austrians commenced hostilities on the ......................................... A. B. IIUSSEY & CO. Probate court Putnam County.
With the FAIK it is always the case, belonged to rKrpuUlean .................. JunelWt In set,they an superior t*aU cUeta,,s'-
ISth ult, by crossing the Silosian frontier at ltke, ........................12 R
"where there is a will, there is away," and their 22rf.t Guhran, and firing on the Prussians. The hitter GROCCSIKS. WILLIAM ex.ofll CTEVEXS
of benevolence have not crossed the Austrian Frontier but ? J. WYMAN PHILLIPS Samuel 1,. Morgan dvent-w, hnrinif filed in my ofik*awritten
tenacity of purpose in matters Bacon rides............. ... '
................20@2S sugei.tini of Ut*iiMtlTCnry of the estate of the 'licQlIaz yoV
anJ wojks is constantly b-ing manifested.lly Prom the London Times. rcpcrls ate that they are marching across Bohemia. Ham*........................ ...................25 *30Bjttcr Measurer and of Lumber iiI Samuel D. Morgan, deceased, whirh U Indebted-to
good THE WAR IN EUROPE-COUNT BISMAHK'S .......................................... 50<5t 5 Inspector an amount greater then the rarne tbcrcofi Therefore"lt Bradley'a Duplez EUiptie
rt-fercm-e to our new advertisements, it will thousand Prussians upiod Mochcrn Colicp, Rio.....................................185130 JACKSOXVIBLE FLA. 1'.ordered hv raid court,that all Txrw-b* barIng elahiwamin4t
aided DISPATCH.Such Twenty oc< Candles Sperm.................................SOtftfiO nakl"estate, appear and file the same with the
bo seen that the good ladies of the city, dispatch that just addressed two miles from Lcipsic, and subsequently took Tallow..................................15 20 June 23-it. Judge Probate of IVtruun County, on or befimtjie OR DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
the Thespian Corps, of the Jacksonville Literary a as by possession of the }Vunen and Recsa Railroad. Adamantine......... ..................25 27 tenth(10th) dar Pvmnber next,authenticated in t3e
by Count Bismark to the Prussian Representatives The British defeated Flour. Rure.-fine..............................9.tXka'.W) manner pri criM-d by law. For sale Uairotetvnd
Association, will repeat on Thuitday abroad has not often been penned by a European Ministry were on an Kxtrn................................10,00(511,59( TO TRAVELERS. Oivn unilcr my band and oficial seal thitth Trryvktr* *jajsasir >f ly
Entertainment Minibter. The Prussian t-tateftnan to amendment to the Reform bill, which was car- Family.................... ....-.... il,,09Matche firrt day of My. A. IX It60. ; he sole owners of the PatmUVTEST
Evening next, another Dramatic EOOHIH tied against tho Government by eleven majority.lr. *. per prons........,...... ...........3no&4 00Sdt fL. 8.1) JAS. BTTRT. : ,HRADLrr CAKT.K .
for the therein named. "We Leg think courtesy tmnecosiary in its communications Gladstone thereupon communicated with Liverpool per sack............................2.50 'T lIE underpinned is now running a line of romforta- June 9-fim Judye of ProtwtftI Chambers and 79 and II bate
4 purpose with Austria. AU tho pride, the bitter hostility Soap, Xo. 1.....................................12T( U JL ble four horse Coaches, between the city hotel and H vsNew
to slate to the public that, although Major Gee the almost fanatical which have the Queen, who was at Balmoial.IJLTEtt. Toilet....................................WCtTS the IVjiot, upon the arrival and departure of the train vas CiKcrrr COCBT, roa ins EMTEM Cutcciror Teat.
lo- purpose Tea, Hywm..................................1,2C( 1.50 FLORID*.-In Ohnnrrry.Jons V Toe sal ia JackaonruT.wtkolMalt is I'
has been acquitted, still the requisite sum to been necessarily repicsscd di.r.ng long negotiations Xrw: YORK July 2. Blnck...................................1XKS2,00 -A.LSO Moans: comp at. 1 Pill for injunction pev 3. 8. 8AXMIS & CO
has not break forth when the negotiations be Citnhs............. .. ... >rifle Peribrnunc and rcBoLoxot ,
his heavy yet may *'' "* '"*""'"''"'"'*' *
hay exceedingly expenses considered at end. Austria his refused the The Steamship Cuba has arrived from Liverpool Wlii-k y....................................!!32fta45 Traveler will be conveyed to and from the hotrN and Ei.rsr, defi-ndont. }lift c. u noniuses; Vt.
been realized, and as the ladies of Florida have an with dates to the 2'3d: via Queenstown. Tobacco......................................S'i'&l.ZfiSt derot umjii the ailival and depottun i>f l !um>xmt4. Duval County,to wit: 8. OTKOCOirTOX,
will Conference; Austria will not consent even to No collision had occurred between the belligerents 'Tirs, perm.............................2U,00 commenced the work of aiding him, they discuFs the extension of the Prussian territory .1. cause that the d. ;
but battles were excited near Fiaiik- Iii RDWV&RL of thU! Circuit to wit: at MadUon, in the Middle Cim lt and all merchants who ten fint qla aUrkt in
not spare their labor of patriotic duty, which the opinion of the woi Id is that sho wishes lor ort also in Saxony and Silesia. The first shock Axes, per doz........,....................18,00(320,00( J. RUSSELL, Florida. On motion of Flaming & amvl, So'irltor' and throujhout the Southern StatM.Tb .
believe to bo theirs until they have accomplished war, and meditates conquest When, therefore, TcljOTin. lil.-u-k-m th...,...................16OOC<25,00 for Cotnplninant,it U ordered that the a.Ud drfend.i t.Holomon .
they she evinces her more clearly by a definite of aims will probably take place in Silesia, the Canls .Mton No. 10 per doz. pair.................ll.CO Practical Carpenter and Jobber. Kourc. docs appear and aiirr the bill tiled in *new uprea*TraQ b aO {be nsj he
it. Meanwhile our citizens have purpose Prussians having entered Austrian Silesia. Chains, Ti-acepi-rdoz........ .............le-XHU,13,00 this cause within two month from tlutUte of Uupiib- rant,and throughout Knrop*. tab $-y
act ot hostility, Count Bit-mark fools it need Ihe Italian had crossed the river a\lin- llot i, steel per doz.........................14OC<513,10 \TTILL execute all onlcn in big line with ai ]M'ch and lu fttion ol this notice, otl>crwi- the madd bill shall bv taken
another opportunity offered them of enjoying an less to do himself further violence by using the army NiisUt 4d to 4 entertainment that gives promise of Unrig unusually ordinary language of diplomacy. The despatch Cit) without opjiositiou, on tho 23d, having given per Ib.....................................18ii20 and \aniUhH, old mzi4e a.i good ai new. in in default of such appearance,and answer a-Is provided ] Tew tcxraBAYA
made hen wanted.
I'atlcnu for
brilliant" tiiec Jays notification to the Austrian cjmmancer machinery e Fhop by !nw. B. A. BCTXAM.M. .
interesting. Wo trutt that brea'lies the irltof and the n-ooilen huililir. ilr Hudnad's IIoiuc.
we publish to-day s[ war, NEW YORK MARKKT. opi hostilities. 2G Judge Circuit Court. & PACE
that would then inaugurate y
; the occasion and iliaCthe tay
audience will Feb
grace to have Leen' written in anticipation of an
seems The Italian has re-organized under Tnt RSDAT Ju IP 20. G P. Sf.fupcrGpc SUtc of Florida-County of Duval-!?' it remnnhiiiei] ,
FAIE, together with the gallant gentlemanv :mmodiate ruj tuic. 'Ihc abandonment of the Ministry Western nonr................. s.uoj) i 870 tfMILL'S I that on this 6th dsy i( June. A. D. 18CG, I. Mirhael WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D AL S IX

assist them, will receive the encouraging Gabtien Convention, and the reference of the licasoh. Extra Mate................... ............. *,9P6.B, 50ClioireStnle HOUSE, leant, clerk of the circuit court,in and for said county GROCERIES PRO vistoics
smiles of It is stated that Cardinal Antonilli has reigned ................................ 9.55(610,15 di hi ruby certify that this is a true copy of the original .
an approving people. ixhleswig-HolsUin question to the Diet, arc held and it was believed that he would be suceoilcd Common (o mrdium extra \Vust .iu......... 9.004i,10,20 CHARLESTON, S. C. order in thin cause now on fll.in mr oftl.-e. TOBACCO, UQUOBSi,
the Minister to be formal Hetloc'aics Ohio..... ;.... .........
by a cha'leiij Extra round hoop : 9Wnsl0.2ft( tlw Hotel U and In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set ray HAY, GRAIN,
CAPT. BROCK-STEAMER DAHLISGTOX-The that ho is unable to see in it anything by Cardinal Alt :ri. Western trade brund*...................... 10,10 ::13,75Tiraraon THIS! firit rcfurni-Jied throiith now.,nt thoroughly aud ntlut* to comitcly tho- blind and affixed tile tcul of paid rnurt.T &c. &c.
WASHINGTON" July 2. Snutliem....................... 10.75iSll,75 | [ S.] M. I1EARX. ,
citizens of Jacksonville i I >f all points on and but a direct provocsvtion, and the dEiio f.ircibly V.iney and extra do....................... llH.Wtin,75 traveler trnvi'.iniJ every inducement fop comfort and convenience. June 9-2m Clerk.Acirnillistrator's TTTOCLI inform their Wends and th.pb13egU..a7 V
adao the St Jo... have ron for to bring about u war. "All our information," Tl.e House passed resolutions requesting the Common Cnnndiun....................... 9t5il0.25 The :public are renpe tfully will mvih-d 1.aa tt 'avor me >Y that they bar leased the Corner 8tor l t
<.nt to r er he aids that a determination to make resident to iitfoim the House whether personal Cooil to cholre and cxtm................. loxXul3J>0 with a rail as flu paina or tiouh'e JOcEl'H I spared in trying. with's Buxk, next the MarkcteAt.> Aadar Mwffr
felicitation; al the return < I.iis well known nad agrees Stales Rye Hour( nrcrfine)........................ ,?5{ war uron l'rusia is fli-inly setUcit at Vienna. ights of citizens of the United are at Corn tacit!, .ier'aev.......................... 4.15nctor.ISTotice. Urain, &e, 4c,which they paryox seCtat at
I i .ia. .'amb a.t comu.a.iaiT, and hla really lie then goes on to accuse tim Austrian (ioveumcnt. pm icmit suflieiently jrotccted in the Southern meal, I'ranilywine.................... 4, 5fc 445 ALL persona having demand aealnut the estate of

f, 4, 't) -a' thi Dorliugton : ant even the lni1icrorhiiinu: ; of liaring states, and whether any further logis'ation i inwisFary is Cora meal, lirandynine, puncheons....... 2',50it- are hereby arab notified Houston to, late present of Duval the ram county to ,the>le
the ebtabliiwi wilfully thwailed the negotiations. "They to clothe him with sufficient authority COTTOV.Upland. CP. O VK will, on Mond.iy,July 2d, clo e lii Watch Kfxned for payment within the tiirr iKsiribod 1-y Liw.- and at pricea whk-h they bops win be sallslVilnj,
Cui( Uro' k had PHVK.Uto war have \hown," ho says, "notwithstanding theEmperors to protect all If.yal citi/cns of thu States recently FiTidn. JtM'e. .Y. O.
:.$Acd a of fci SCUTS en the St. Johns for love of that the in of their constitutional dinarv..........3 J.......13........?,4.............3)Jjrv ) \YuMi wink, and Jewelry jobs n-minini: uncalled lot, to come forward and make imrnttlnt'e t-avment
thcoict.cal rebellion the
peace, in enjoyment I niith.ilin.t\ .......3c.o.............if can be fnuud at tieo. A. Peck's Jcweir> Store WILLIAM 11. hoUSTON. June i- 3m
the p"posa of accommodating the local trade craving for war dominates over every other consideration rights. I Mi4dIlng.:7..5.: ............3 June 30-2t M ty 2ft 8t A-lminitraor. .

Eli travel between Jacksonville and Enterprise, throughout his entire CV.uncil, even The Conicrcnco Comintteo arranged the difler-' Good mtUUnf.J9.......C9........40.............KQUOTATIONS V JEFFREYS & BROTHER,

among those who to our knowledge forme,ly enrcs between the two llo'isc-j or. the F.ecdm'- Notice. NOTICE.
almost oftht' OF SOUTHEllX DANK XOTTF.r .
anl h.id efine to regarded as a pail voted against the war, and that this craving has bill, and it goes to the President for approval'i/. ,' months from date I will apply to the Judge of ElSniEl-rVJJ OO MTlUt I HJTTO3ST
> -the ruling for indebted to the E'tate of Antonio Al- SIX
quotations Southern
] btAauti'l btreara U.e trade and resources olIJchliis influence the J'.ni- i ALL pc-sons Probate of County for letters Msmism.ry
now a'w gamed over ejection.Ihe Hunk oteV'rorrertK.- .'- t.. ,. THE PorTjim.v KxtHANor ; late .fSt.Johns County. drreaii-d, anrc- Duyal AND V
adminiHtiation of the Estate of Frao*
from the 'S untiring energy nud enterprise had ptror himeclt. The uuuccioary lersonalez1'icsMons Sena'e has confirn el Jos. M. Humphie; sCollet ,hv ill(if*. MannTrfT'cc **. :*. 1'anker, IS qucsed to miiL iinmcdLiU jajmcnt, and all person .lohn .oru deceased. LOU.SIA H. JOUXSON,

much to devriaio. 'i he devastations oir are f>llo ed up by taunts about the or of the Customs at Richmond, Va. t Wall at., Sew York: liHVhiK ca lit" uictiriot .iiil Eiit.ite arc rccn.otU'U to prvI. April 28 Administratrix. Forwarding Merchants,
u BO te* 6 -I. .""">c duiy auihcnti'-nt d within tl-e t.mc vre _
resulted for the lmein the deEtluci'.nf Imperial Minibtfis wanting war at any price, NEW ORLKANS MAR KET. VIKGIXIA Site c i': K! by lit\,or u LrrM'e; pkiadcd in Irtr of the rrerO JaeksovlU., PI.ld. V
sr A only : I and desiring to assist their own finauus bybanlnuptcy. Rink lUi.IimonJ................................ joliank LUC fARID ALVAIJKX.June'M Notice for pro rata distribution Osnmlssifsj V sad<
i. the trade ol tho river, but in the capture ) It is not to lie wondficnl ai that XF.-.Y OntrAXs, July 2. of Berkeley................................. ;jllank Svr Adthiniaaei. 'OT.VECYnfthe cutaf e o1GcoreFag.deceased, (1 VJT iSR Forwarding their entire budnea a1tent. and to are UM now ptvpaMd witk
Cotton declined one to two cents tales 400 of Commert-e, Krinlerii kn'uui-j{................ 75 JL 'Is ordered that notice
of distribution tiw
when made known Count ; bciniu..edl rata abundant whart store sad warahocat room,lor
of boats thj. dispatch was to pro proper
anl the Captain's .. ... -
sLnobt.total rum Bank ol Charleston, Cliarleston .. ... ....... lit
Mcnsdoifi lie instructions to Gencr- ja'.cs low middlirg at 31 1 c. ....... LIVINGSTON & ROSS of the a'ncts of,,aj4state among the creditors security of m rchandi or prodoos rnitrtn*" *
tclcgiajihoii fcank of the ('ommomweJtl. ... ........... .. ,
.hici f'n.fin.atoil by the Gov- be published in the "Unmn"for nil month*, and )* them, for mile or shi meat. Kate cebsges Midin a.LllKBU .
ITO eventually al Gablonz to ictno from llolhtein, azid l that in Gold 52 ; auk sterling Go. I'unkof llo ard\ille..secured.................... 34
_A_Is IIT posted at the court house door-an-l thai lii! versonhavinsr advances mad oaeoikrtsd ken at-
txA bold. Thx" Captain Brock has The estimated at 50,000 hh. Hank of the Old Dominion......................... 55
'ment Vicuna people fjcuutc! on the chance of a collision sugar crop Hank of Phjlhppi..mcureJ...............,....... 30 CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES AND PRO- rl-tlm acainat said estate,file the name with to? *hipi cuts made to oar eurnioadait is Catai
upurchastid, and the Doriinr>'ton has resumwlici and bclie\o that it will bo followed by MOBILE MARKEP.Mou'LK. lUnk of ltockhndce; ............................... 30 Probate Ju>lse of Duval county, at or before the 19th of 1.aaton or yew York. Strict attentIon to OM t

the advance of an Austrian into Pruss'an July 2. hank o. Koikinzliam............................. 4.S YISIOKS, Xovcmlier next. A. DOGGETT, eat.oTotrf tqmrapondeuts tad prampUMMta srarTthte
> pUf'e o i ;he river, thorcghly repaired and army .. .. Hay 19'-Cm Judge of proliate, Buys Co. will be the rule. J Btf
uia'" Hank ofSeottsiIle. .stured. .. ... ............ 38 Jl'IXLS LIQUORS TOIIACCO SEGARS ic., : _
1 I. and Lwavu.g no etiuriue of the rough territory. We in.lei-d, at any time hoar ol[ Cotton sales to-day 250 bales at 22 cents.NEW Hank of the Valley............................... 20 ,
: r'-aM< some act of war. It is the peculiarity ot the Bank of Virginia................................... 31 Bay Street Jacksonville Ha. Administrators' Notice.
'' ct i *, wthiih fha h.isbin bected. The an- present state of affaiis that it may end at any YORK MARKETS. Hank of WinthcM<>r................................ 75 JOHN
iiceotant oi Ui, fact th I :' Capt Brock is in bo If the NLW Youx, July 2. Central Bank Virginia..iwxurcd............... 31 June 20--tf A LL person Indebted to the estate of the late John FORWARDLIG COMMISSION14XXC11A57-
u1 will In. b&acii joeuic lor the Liar- moment or indefinitely prolonged. Corpora'ion of Alcxandiia! ...................... ,- -. 'r two armies avoid each other m Holttojn, they Cotton nuict at 3CIi37c. Gold 53iT. Ex- I)2nvi11)mztnk1hnviti-- *l AUCTION. medIate payment, and all person* having claims end de-
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: liberi pd is a guarantee majh6ld the count iy for nur.ths in inactive ehangoi0. Kxrlian/c: 1'jtnk of Virginia, Norfolk............... 37 manila a amst aald estate are notlBed to present them .
Lte; l will pn.mj.Uy But is to Farmer Bank of Fini-a,.tlf........................ 34 WILL sell mat AuK'on' on TIIUHSDAY, the itbof duly authraliratcd within two yvars from the puVllcatioii WHOLESALE; D A .E&UGUOCEE1ES. V V
1. flitci .' '). Icr time of bailing hostility. though war Lkcly spring Flour :ilvan'cd from 10 to loc., with sales oi F&rniini' 1.auk of Virginia........................ 2(> ,to close a Consignment. hereof or this notice will be jIJed l in bar of.J&air
ti 4tli,) only from the settled fiirpopc of one of the two 9,000 bbls. at G 60' 1025 ; Ohio, S3 80U3 75; Mereliants iu'k,Lyncbhurg....................... 38Monrhplin 11 CMWII llooti and bhoc recovery. H. M. PEAHSON. Adm'x. Ppj yTatniga. flAYO7j3
in1b u.-.aicntuf her ajeut, Adversaries, thoio is too much reason to fear thai Southern. 810 20ft 17 00. \VWt-Stih-s of 8000 ,- V.ank... *...,.......................... 3NortliKCbtcm 40 Sn>.L>$alL 8. U. O. UAUY,Att'r. a
iho first blow bo tmck. Even No. 1'ank, Jolt rrson vide! .................. 97 60 Kit Mackerel.2i Ocala, Fa., Mar I!, 185. May li-8t LIqUORS, SEGAK3,*&,M,
bushels Milwaukie
$ deliberately 2 2 10 No.
may ; ? ; 1 S 1Uishd of E. P. Webster though matters should seem to move slowly for Milwaukee, S2 50; white Jllr>s<>ur!,} 30. Corn r.odeni1 Bank, Itidimoud......................... 30XOUT1I 13 Mil-. li cuit and Crtikc r.tIuA .7. SMITIr.sdmnWtalriz! of the Estate ot ACEXT TOB TUB fSTSXPTtX 1lU ,
a wLiLo. it would be imprudent to cherish hopes advanced one ccr.t. Sales of 200,003( bushel, CAROLINA.l CIIM Whi-kfy. C iiTt. Ale, Jelly, Xdln, BlucVinff, &>. VL1VI John It. Smith, Ute of Putnam County, deeeavd. .. A.M.Eeod's Wharf JaeksoaTiHsx Via.
uotn at 'HI for um of $10Uormoie.
'. txp era.ed J y customers with of a favorable issue. Thcie never was a war at SG-387C. Beef film. Poik finn. Sales 8-, of Cpo Pear....,............................ 231'unkof iEflSJ3-Approvtd. WiLL djy O.JJiFFKKYS, hat Ing filed in my office a suggcs Ion of the Insolvency June 16 VVg.,

;i r\'thing m tlxo l i u,; Lix' i c their toro in the which in its incidents kept pace with the public 000 bbls. mess, at $32 35i32 50. Laid dull, at : Cliailolte) ................................. 20 juncSOlt AUt toneer. of 5aid Kr'atp committed to her charge, It !. therefore
pecta1 ion. When hostilities arc over, people 19 21f. Cotton dull at3S ftSSc. dull. hank of C'larcnJor................................. j ordered that all persons having claims ayainrt>ai4 estate
f&inii h1ck. Sugar Bank Commerce................................ 13jtankof LUMBER.STEI do af wnr and file the tame wl --- --- -- 4+ icmcniber only the succession of battles, with MuscoV'ido' at 10Yj.! l1c. Spirits of Turpentine Fayette\iile.............................. s County, on or before the flr t ilun'av in July next,
,1. Williams wfll boj.TAtii out thinking ot the long delays which intervene steady, at 82'a83. Rosin steady, at 53S3 Bank of Lexington................................ 14 > LUMP.EH, FLOOLIXG, WEATHEK- 1S06,authenticated la the manner pris-cribed by uw.V1tDess following renons sre requested to be iad
friends of y. X between them. Even the short anti dcvisi\ 50. Petroleum dull Freights firm. Gold Bar.kofNorth CaiolUu........................... 32 ic. for ae by \ my hand and fllclnl real hereunto .L bctore the RAid Cocury tand.aem tar ss
< i lo loam th..t"i resumed buBinotsv Bank of Wadeboroivh............................. u juncSO V. A. MkLEN.W. (L. s.] aClied. thU"th ICth Ur of Iveenbec A.D. onnh7 otDnv4aths I'YU12eQc.IItbSCiyIIJ1seP.sonitile .
Italian. War of 1859 was preceded by several closed at 154X34'. Bank of Washington.............................. 4 1S63. y. W. McLEOl*. ,on Saturday,July Mth Mart, 10 UrAtt
F told str.nden liar *J '' t, whero he keeps months of uncertainty and negotiation, fipqueu WASHINGTOX June 30.-The Senate lUnk: Wilminarton............................... M II. ILirris, K. P..i K. M. BcnrrU-n. Jan.6-Cm. Judge of Probate. soldiers(Confederate)engaged InUurtBto war, who irs

zt-Kk risions hay corn promises of and abortive attempts at medlatjon. hank Yanrcnlle.................t.............. g Lute cf K.i.4hville, Ti-nn. I-ite ot il con, Ua. from wound reerhred mtaleor sisi-ass castesct,4
i fcaad a good |ol i-r- In pace Gorman has confirmed the following nominations : Commercial hank, Wilmington..................... U J. L. tlnins, Late of A.shpTi.U-.C. IN CIRCUIT COURT,MARION COUNTY, FLANaucy > the serricw physically inopaJJ* of mnius a
4 ..ts. &e. one quaitor any delays oi the Farmer*' Itank of North Carolina................... 27 Wallace, j and are In a destitute condition: alt dtiVtrva sal.dieT. .
Powers are Lkely excite impat'cnce and in- Martin E. Conway, of liichmond, Va., Merthanta* liank of Nevljem..................... 40 Harris Gaines & Co, VI. > Attachment, .under fuurtsea yzi otagul aU widens end =
'- dignation. Italy has given hcisolf up so completely ox-member of Congress from Kansas 1'ank of ltox>ro*.................................. 55MititiH James J. Council. ) Damaje,-$4000. I baa(auth on.hana to be WKMT the ,fTtr e C Lsrt
of Sir. Cardy offering a reward and . "Wliolesale Grocers lIE defendant and all other of all soldiers eugae4 In the late war ud vao
oT' :i Planters' hank .. ... ........... JS T persons intrrorte-J air )
box of books. The thief to a warlike policy that it would be impossible Consul to Marseilles, France ; Charles Bank of Thoiuaiie! .............................. 24 notifled commencement of suit in the afore cause lost their Urea wail In UM survive,wa* sea so ps and
t.r t oooveryof a for the Government to the people by writ attachment returnable to be in want of the euousna mai'sitTiss C
stop SOUTH CAROLINA. AND DEALERS IK to the SprIng Term, oJ indigent aa
t Davis, of Nashville, Tcnn., and Joel the Circuit Court, for the County and Htate aferei-aid. life." Br order B>*rd,f CBCrty Cuwiwilgno****. '
v. Grissard Windsor N. C. LIQUORS appear answer. or as
: b.Ue if hv keeps th? ret know not what socict understanding there of Collectors Lank; of Charleston................................ 19liankof prescribed by law. 8. C. DaBRUIIL. -It FPes Beard, L1.
-y thetcr............................. __
be between l'russia and 1 taly whether anything of Customs; Thomas L. Cuthburt naval ..... 18 Ocaa! March 2t-6m. Pla2ntir! Atry.
: Hank of Oeorretown.............................. Ji Grocer's Drugs and Spices, EDUCATIONAL
Mi&i.W. M. licCo.; Druggists: like a Convention has been arranged, and i, officer at Charleston, S. C. Bank of U.i.nbiirp................................ |j. .

if.so.. what form it has assumed. But virtually Gen. John succeeds Gen. Bank of Ncwbory................................. 42 ASD NOTICE. rplIE nnlerrijcned: detirM Utak* chare*of a 1us4
i''e oa Wnd rhoke arto.- of Holland Gin, an alliance has been conclad&l, and Italy will Maj. Pope bank of Soul h Caiolin.i........................... ]4 GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, number of PaplU la Mt/WC sad TS.E3CU. As.
iz2d othr iioicniediuaal wia- and liquors.U'e .- fail the Prussian Government looker at Now York, who has.been relieved Old Issue ilu'.k of the Stare of South Cxioaiia..... 18 i A I.L indigent disabled oTdlera, who belonRed to the -ationswUlsnceiveattb* itafWv f I. *.P,
not to urge upon lal l irk ......... \ Armies of the Tonfcderatc, $tntcs.also indigent
Cpmmin Columbia .. ... ...... 20 20 Beaver Street, H. Y. huiieL,at the corner of Doral sad Ptaeata.V ,
le \>, teinli-roTir tlsauks f>r a sample of the tho i>edicicy! of immediate \var. Italy can in consequence of continued ill- Fai meai" and Kxc.ian c............................ 5fcreliaul' L. F. CHOICE fete of Oa.Rrrrsaetcc widows and orphan* ot>oMicrs who died In the service FLORE5CJE tf VZXXJL V
now only see safety in such a couiso. Her lev health. Gen. Hancock takes Tope's \ Choraw............................... la MHlcdgcville, r>l ad! States in the bite war,rr l lirp in the county of ILssusci-Bei.O.F. Tkara, L.L 7&an._
nut &ilicl<% LicJi conaoih' ui-s j>ronounce to .......... Duval,are requested to hand In their name to the
i People Bank ... ..................... 41 V E 1*. Holme 8ieoe.CcLO.B. Hart. I jJM
.f ths best qua'ity.u ics are so largo, her exju'ns'is so enormous in proortion place in the West. Planter'Hank, F-U.njld.......................... IfiPlantern S. L. Xil.lsck & Co. Jack'onvilie.* Probate Judxe of said cuuntr. q. V
]> to her means, the enthusiasm of the}>co- The Committee of the Senate and MeA-lianii-s' iiank.................... 20.Sobthrentern J. S. Surami&Co.., 1. May 5-tf
plo has been so roused, such multitudes of men Special Itailroud............................ 43 Tuoniaii MaJi-ou C. II. TO RENT. V
P We have reedyt have agreed to report a bill appropriating >ta1e Bank....................................... 4CiilonBank I). Yt'iillima A IMfrs ilonti cllo. Executrix Notice. V
siruftive"article have flocked into the army, that to ruturn to a ........................................ 62 \\'. C. Carrell FROM the flr f day of next JaIyV
iiry irto.it: i on would in lour millions of dollars for rMt
of and *
state political quiet expectation temporaryrepairs A I.T.pernms indebted to the eetae of ChariwCTL. ;; at TTMrntaavdMtb
Ives SL Co. I .tc City.
_.;ou. ..: : M .retcd nuke immodl.ite
national ruin. With her drawback would Insurance and ........ & John-on ire rvq to payment U the under
the Georgia connection which vo has to to Banking Company 8 ,
and all
regret Senate and several who have
bo fatal while to stand still and allow the pass the mflst prominent Bank of Augusta................................... 48 J. 11. Ilarri. ( uincy.J. signed; persons any claim*ordisnnndaagilr.st *
reached us at too late a day to appear in this is- country members of the House have expressed Bark of Athens.................................... 4S P. M. J>u\ui>on. yuin-T1. [JuncST-oin( them within the said the rva'e time, are hereby notified to pr-cacnt C. SLAGER
to bo crushed by a warexj>cndituro is impossible. hank of ColumMi................................ 22 prrveribcd liy law,dr this notice
eue. We shall publish it next week with pleas But revolution," to use the Continental intentions to vote for it. 3ank orCommerce.,............................... 7 will be pUa>d in bar of tlielr rocovtry- ,

ure. We shall be pleased at any time to hear phrase, has been called to the aid of the Italian The Scnato has passed the National Bank of Fulton.................................... SK Just Received Jnnc 30-Sw SARAh A. SUMMEB3.Exreutn
Bank of the Empire elate......................... 23 ,
from this correspondent on this or other topics. Government, and this same revolution is a Telegraph bill. flank of Middle Georia..*.......................... 88 following iiflendldasrortintnt of Ij> : Is TBC CiBcriT COVRT rea tuf Ei Tr "Ci cciT orFLOBIDI
-- -- spirit which is not easily laid wb.cn it has once Hank of Savennali..V.. ............ 39 THE celebrated Pure Rvc \VLUkv nior OKASOB CotSTT.-In CUASCKBT."William WHOLESALE: AND REaA111DTh&
The of the has
Secretary Treasury Bank of the State of Georgia.........>. 2i
been summoned. We then to find Boyd & Soil's J'iirc Rye Whiiky ; M lila, Com
A READY RECKONER, may expect issued an order to all Collectors of Customs Central Ilailmod Banking Company............... 94 Old Kentucky Bourbon Whi'ky T-". p. )} Bill for Divorw.Taltha .
TABLE PnonssioxAL YAUTS tho Pnibsian Government exposed to the strong- City Bank of Au ista.............................. 25 \Valter' ft C,. Tiwcalo-wa Wlmky E Mills, Deft.)
OB OF As established by the City Council of Jacksonville committed to rash act of of received and the llconria Railroad and Banking Company............ 91 New England Hum TT appearing to the Court by aflVUvit filed in iLls iFPj :
u straggle by some money disposition Mai-Ire Bank...................................... 87 1'ure Fivnch .1. cause that the defendant Tulitha K. Mill resides ont V
: Carefully compiled from official documents those whom she has summoned to her banner.It made thereof under act of March d, Mechank- Bank.................................. 11 Iom'atie Brandy Brandy of this Cireuit. to-wit: in Madison county, la the Middle
by O. WILUKENS.. is announced that the King was immediately Merchants' and Planters llank.................... C Dw Drop Gin Cticuit of F.oridn. On motion of Fli-minir* fXsnlel
Beware to arrive in Florence and that General Cialdini 18G5. Tho 14th section of this act pro Planters' Bank................................... IS Madeira, Sherry Port Claret: and Solicitor fur romplninaiit it It ordered that the said defendant IN
( of Countcrfeitt.). .. ..... .. Champagne TaJltha F.. Mills do appear and answer the bUl
vides that 10 shall be paid to the Collector Timber Cutters' hank. .. ... .. .. ..... S liiL5. -4
2 Cobblers arc equal to 1 Phy&ician. was also to be there. Councils of war will, no Union Bank...................................... 7 All of mhkh will be soil at rcdurrd br filed in this cauc within two mouths after date of publication
3 Tailors equal to 1 doubt, follow, and Italy will calculate her by the Master Captain or officer Manufacturers' Bank............................. 20 JOHN prlreii.CLARK of this notice e4herwiM the said Mil shall betaken
Attorney. a 4 Editors equal to 1 Publishf chances in attacking her enemy with or without of any vessel corning from foreign ports ALABAMA. June 1C-4t at A. M. rnsd'sVhatf. up hi default of suth appearance, ** is provided by law. GENERAL MEECHAITOISE
the help of an ally. But if Austria remains on June 2Sd, I8CC. B.A. PLTXAM. ,
3 Scgar Makers equal to 1 Master Builder. for every passenger other than cabin Bank of MooUe.................................... 80 _
2 Telegraph Operators equal to 1 Butcher. the defensive, those who attack tho Quadrilateral above the of eight Bank of Montgomery............................. 90 ESTABLISHED 1856. I. JAMES P. KTOIIKY, Cerk of said Court dohrrety
6 Wheelrights equal to I First Class Saloon. will have no easy task. Something more passengers ago years, BankofSelma...................................... 41 certify that the foregoing Is a true of the
than zeal and patriotism is rcqusito to turn u who shall have died on the voyage by Commercial Bank................................. 42 original ordcroa file In my offl-r. ionethla2Gth eoj-y of Jun ISTo. 2 Hoegs Block,
2 Mechanics equal to 1 Second If Central Hank.....,................................ 42 1A JAMES I'.IIUUIIF.Y.
2 Physicians equal to 1 Livery Stable Keeper. strong army out of such a position. any natural disease. Eastern Bank....................< 47 Jui>f 30-Im Cci of Orange county Circuit Court.
1 Attorney and 1 to 1 Commission gleam appears on the dark horizon, it is to be The land offices in Alabama, Florida, Northern Bank................................... it V
Physician equal found in the temper and behavior of the Prussian Southern liank................................... StTENNESSEE. Baj-ctnet, & Corner cf Adana 4 Pi ,
Merchant. Louisiana and Arkansas
Mississippi are
and other German populations. The King PASSENGER SCHEDULE
6 Physicians equal to 1 Auctioneer.
be consolidated at
3 to 2 Publishers and 1 Tai of Prussia and his Minister may well hesitate to Montgomery, Bank Tennessee, old issue...................... 30M
Attorneys equal when they see what misery they have caused Tallahassee, Fin., New Orleans, La., a newlisue...................,. .. OF AUKONV'JL..
lor. ..................
Flutters' Bank of Na hville ...... 56
5 Attorneys equal to 1 First Clan HoteL and'what: a spirit may soon bo roused. The conscription Little Itock, Ark,.and Jackson, Miss. Union Bank ofNanlivillc .......................... 63 R P. WEBSTER & CO. IF1. O. -IRE

1 and 1 Fisherman to 1 Dis presses with tremendous severity on tho Bank Chattanooga............................... 22 /.
Attorney equal Prussian The country though richer a Commerce................................. 40 JUNE 1st, 1SW.- V __
tiller. people. TUB WHECK OF LOUISIANA CHOPS.- '4 Knoxville.................................40 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -
2 Painters equal to 1 Soda Fountain. anl more industriofis than formerly, has not increased who has a Memphis ............................ S5 Miles StationArijvLeavr Rcmisrkia.L.kecay V4
2 Soda Fountains 1 in population to a degree which will admit We learn from a gentleman 'a Middle. Tennessee..........................8} V
equal to Lottery. of such enormous gatherings of men. The just arrived hero from Louisiana that Paris 43 rrt&g' 2.30litoluMee
6 Lottcrica equal to 1 Saw Mill. a the Union................................ 05 : 3.03 3.0810'S.'uaderson Keeps:Constantly on kiwi
5 Dentists equal to 1 Banker. army which is actually in the field is said to the planters that State have been subjected '4 Went Tennessee.......................... 40 3.3$ 3.43

2 Banker Bar Room. amount to 230.000 fighting men, with 5,000 series of calamities that Buck's Built...................................... 90 20 IluIdwin 4.43 4.33 Pass up Freight.
equal to 1 accessories. There are"110,000 depot troops cfLho to a are City Bank......................................... 50 20 JacksonvIlle 3J3V
2<4 Billiard Tables equal to 1 Foundry. Lendwehr In without a parallel in all the history of Commercial hank.................................. 90 CONSTANTLY on haul a Urge and veil se UPTR.IILT.7atksonuhs x
,.. __- first ban,of tho garrisons. Merchants' Bank................................... 43 KEEP Stock ofJPTJIRIEI A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
-' time ot enthusiasm uice loia tneaocaus lor ncsnami the past The waters of the Mississippi, Northern Bank................................... 90 V 5 V 4 V201Inldwtn s

DISTIcOtISUED VISITORS.-His Excel blood may bo answered without unwillingness Bed and Yazoo rivers although receding Ococe Bank........................................ 30 6.10 6.15 10 PaM down -8* '
Minister Bank of bhelbyvllle................................ 75 Sanderson Freight.6JO
but to to B.45
lency, Gor. AValkor, and Major General a war please a or even when he left, bad risen to nil un- Southern liank................................... 15 10 Olushee 7.20V DryGood8.V
Foster the of gain a ira-coast and a fine harbormust not make whole Traders' Bank.................................... 25 S IlIakeCity
commanding Department The of the precedativo height, flooding sections
too great requirements and Medicines. Clothing
Florida" arrived in this city on Friday State have now been beyond all bounds. A of the richest bottom lands in the V

lost As the steamer entered of less than nineteen millions ex Stto. There had been also several Bank of Amrrlra.......;...........................120 From Lake City Jacksonville, if paid at the Boots ndVEh et.
morning : Bank of Louisiana.................................. < Chemical,Patent Medicine.Trusses, Surgical Instrn- office and ticket procured... ...... .......$4 00
the harbor, a salute of fifteen guns was pedal to support an army of more than half a storms, with hail and wind, which had Bank of New Oi leans.............................. 70 I paid on the ear..............................,..5 00
fired from Fort Clinch order of Cot million of men on active service. To make up beaten down the in Canal Bank..a W menu, Pocket ,Forceps, ftc,&A, Faints of all ToOluste* with a ticket................, I 00 Hats and Cape,
by the number the clerk is taken from the counting young vegetation Citizens' Bank......;.;..........................:.. 08 If paid on the cor*...;.........,.'..................I soTu8andernonwtthatickct..290
Barlow in honor of tho Governor, and and the other portions of the State which had Crescent City................................. ... 75LouisianaSlate Colon, Putty. LtnieedOila,(English)both Doilcd Cro ::3 ;';
house, he tradesman from his shop, .. ....................... 60 .
.. ..
Bank. I paid on the car*..............;...... ..... M
the restoration of civil law in tho State. peasant from the field. Women are everywhere escaped the inundation. Anew mtsfor Mechanics' & ,Traders'- Bank... ............. OS and lUw,Kerosene Oil,Turpentine,Varolsbe To Baldwin with a tkkct........ ........ .......* noIf

The day tvas by.the Governor performing more than their usual share,of the tune was treatcning them in tho appearance Merchants' Bank..........f- CO V paid on Ui*ear*....... .......... .......... ... 00 Hardwares,
spent New Orleans City Scrip................ ............ SOi *,Dye StnftV, Garden Seeds From Olu teetoS nd.no wltai tkkcfv..l 00 V
and General in consultation rrith our hard and coarse work of the world. An act of of a new species of grass-hopper i Southern Bank......,.,., ,.......................120 If paid on the can...............'.,...........,...I 50 $taiors
citizens matters of interest hostility on the part Austria such ai the entrance there before. The general Union Bank..........,.,..... 075 V To Baldwin with a ticket.. ..?.....;,.,.......,,J 50If V : V
upon public ef Marshal Bcncdck into Prussian territory never seen AND COUPONS. paid on the can-..............................,J 00 V
On Saturday Gen. Foster visited the make the these hardships impression is that they were introduced STATE BONpa FIRST QUA1IT1T From Sanderson to Baldwin with ticket.\.S 00 V andG* car a,
might pooplo forget ; ... ... If bntbeear..........'. ...: 00
VlrginIaDondi1..t .... .. .. 67 to 6Jioitn paid ; .. ?, ...S cs*
: Fort, and \raa received with the custom- in hatred of the enemy, but at present the by negroes returning from Texas who Carolina Floyd Booil*...... >i. ..65 to 70 To Jacksonville with a ticket...,......,......." SCOIf whIch 1. .eae4 1.,& MYSCe&palc

ary honors. During the day the Mayor discontent is chiefly with their own Government. brought them unwittingly in-their .wagons. JfonUCaroliua-Bonds.r. ;.......84 to 85 V paid on the can.*,. ....... .... ;.,....4 00 ai arjowpe1& .,
hal struck blow will the South Carolina Bonds.:.,...,.......: ...84 to S5 V From Baldwin Jacksonville. with a ticket.1...,.,.! 00 V
on i''council 'escorted yho Governor and Not until the enemy a The planters ,al| concur in tho Georgia Bcndf........;. "V .....i..........lOOtolOiTenncMO V V If paid on the esrs. ,,..........;,....*.,.....4......* 00 M.&RBUOX omD&-T. 'otans

General totho boach where an hour or King have a really zealous and varlike arraylAs opinion that it is a new importation, Bonds..j...<....i..>.........90 to 91 SSf* The T.anenrvTralnVwfl1 connect at Lake Clly .r *ii8alat- tbieO t
long as peace is preserved there ia (he possibUiry.that seonT thee The above Bond; are bought"with Coupons, with the P. Q. lUQroad. and at Baldwin with the marrrJoth as hndrnct'w Mate and yemate,fca i 1 1 yO!
two \ passed pleasantly, good cheer this disposition rof thol'russiaa poo- unlikatIioiiaUf from July. 1861,included. Florida Railroad, oa Monday, Wcdnesdaya aad FrtTh the pfatteteey**&mtettme.t fmaLjj* --- V

discussed,'&c. :An invitation from Dr. plo may hare some influence upon the Minuterial and much more'estructire..,, "It resembles City of Savannah Bond*.,.,............;,;......80 to 83 ; thE3iIi4'V : 'a-. Lbs gdv4n .
The Middle States which have not City of Aognsta, Ueorgia..;...................75 to CO asni" rat "jwUlbeoharj d and collected on tb.anwbqrW sxg 1 S.
to dinner the 'Fernandina policy. jclosely.the caterpillar:jof-Texas the train.-
Payne a at
very up
Charleston City tockA..V%.*.. 60 to 82 jugont y 2 ;% ftL1ffSL2J23
House tros accepted and "mine host's" yet given up hopra of conciliation, are, no whoso{ravages'havo '"been ,'ao terrible Now Orleans Cihr U.B. Bonds....,......V 75 to $0CilyMemphiaend. : V : V VYREIGIITSCUEDUIX !
bjeaadaadUtamyt' SSfL SlSSSav
doubt'ouconrased by this disinclination for war by8t.i'cai...:.....,,...,,.60 to 65 'V WARRANTED ) V.V OF F.&It.R.,Jane 1,1868.MOe M ** *
' sumprtnous'entertainment elicited flai to ialthoir cflbrts. Their -own limited upon corn and cotton, and not unfrequentiy City Memphis Railroad........., ,.....,,,,....57 to 62 .
persevere ... .. ........... Station* '[ArriTHLeav* Benatkc
encomiums fruit treeri and tho City Memphis Mniilapal ..... 57 to 60cftvumah -
tering his taste and the cumbrous machinery preying upon _
upon however and
power, v/otipou*** ,, .... .89 to .* '
skill. On unday the Governor and of the Confederat Jen, are likely to interpose great grass on the; pranes. Generally those Augusta Coupons.. ...................75 to M ALWAYS ON' HAJTD-M). :I, BAUMI3 BLOCK, LakeCity 4 V VII V V ,
obstacles to 6ffi TO' action With tho abaadonment Memphis *.... ..';.!..,.............."..73 to M f ff Olastee. I V 3S vith.1&b.Mthobo
General dinod vith Jlayor JJidelL. PUT efforts of the insects eat the leaves, leaving nothing North Carolina Coupon*...........,...........55 to 60 10 8indervon 63 6.13 Faaeaer, Thin flssb.etMb..

welcome guest left for St Augustine on of tho Conference the but the-stems,-and, then the.stocks dio Tenne** eCoupon*.. ;..........,,.,.,.....60 to U BigaoftliaGOLDEH.MOETAB. 20 Jackionvifla 1&ttin. $13 540 V. V Vso yreofos oftft e00. AMs V V
to cndj 10.30 V1TuAIr
hire an t'I
neutral pownri naturally come,, Georgia Conpon.V..I.. .. .70 to 75
Monday, by 'the' Government steamer though, if there ;were it? appear any chance of out They bad"not' gone"beyond a certain Virginia Coupons... ........ .....Si to 40 Jn.-6ni ;
"8t it would doubtIcsVfiotbeneglected. district 'but thero much Potrth Carolina Railroad Bond .......;....,...COto ',V : V V .7a&sonii1lsj V 4.
Marys.? heirYisit: re has been resuming profitable negotiation, : ; -was apprehension Savannah and CharlcAloa First Mortg &e..,...40 to .. NOTICE.V 2OlBaidwtn 3. (II TSi0I9anderse 1 VVa V

a most agreeable one and Ve doubt not Every Poworiaintereste4 that they, will gradually spread Va, Second Morte* T.to .. V V V 7 ,7.3G [ I 1 ..
V FLElUUXCt tin notice/:that > ha re-
Eai1rvs41ioad..83 70 V
it wm be productive of good .results in in checking a war which "may spread Even over distant over Iho country, 'and'thus still further ?Mentfromciy isiivj11e aM and ChU West$30og Point eado. K.B. Uoodi 75 to to CO MRS. her house s1UIbcrui V ,U mites above Jack- V )IO4atr* S I: V : V
Continent !
of the
the greater part M oaTilusaad caa accommodatealbnlted auabcc of 11Lab.q :
reduce the .ll'r. and CbarlMtca eitdo. B-B. Boadi.,4,73 to V
thfj =unity ;rn$ large. Jtrnoniinafbrw Spain and Portugal think it noeeseary to groTnngcrop.Sarsxnab Sri.tornphii r''itnd osio 5'er1tnJkm'1e..6Sto.. TOu bor'ieri. The wharf ha hen repaired 5 that eteuna I V

4tk i., .- j$ tale measure f>r brining their ntutrality. As alii $f : ::1: .' | b'ats canlaM wit cu ? I Jti Jias 'V VVVV V V




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-. .,_ ,, 3QERa-LMxIs&
:-;- i& : --- ;: CO
: ; )I Madam do Stad. Love- -i in woman's iw1: "FItESH: ,.
pi i I fcpm different part of tho State, we a q' ? 4 1Rece1v1ngPorwar4ig- .

wjitQritdowTi as a seluod thing that life is a history; JinVmanV.an ,episode. 1Xo.

; f not more thanone-fourthofa crop Anil?| Cutalina.- Only'he.,has" nothing ?to FOE CHARLESTON, ,

dfA1rDk )e-mhaQarthaL Cotton buyers 'who'I hold from woman, yet ho is truly sincere .VIA gUVAXKAH (AND FEBNAXDINA,

fhgat'and 'tore-looking forward to an abundant In a praise.Diderot TS .!$wfrt1M1r .- OF1 :

k I yield; of-the great staple will find thein- There cxisis among;women : ,.

uit1inr : I|selves disappointed. a secret tie, liko that' among priests of !

1A I' 'prevalence, of nun daring' the'samo iaith. They:iata each other,
[ The report of ilr..Taylor, concerning .., -----. -.- -..-
4, thoiaW of thd fields.has !, tho of and-cotton around the yet they protect each -other's interests. .,-_ _a.DI ------ -.- [ -'
importedand Ven -* crops corn StuiiL-;- Xo woman even thom st intellectual j.-TOB
e. in ,
1 of Battle Springs Madison -. and
late Etin furthnr-* neighborhood believes herself decidedly Spring ; ; COMMISSION MEHOHAHTS
.. dbMcta delajedJbut Mr. CA1TAINIIT r f: C XETT1fl- :
f : a znHd tompfrifuro, upon tno earl v'];' county,is said to be erroneous. j homely. The self deception is natural, : LEAVE CHARLESIO froni AJgII' 4 ,
;;J.-B. Baskins for W
many years on expo uoTh1fl ,
there Wharf, siiturday-
for most 'wo every
are some charming -
BEnri igs L tlioiy linsliopn:rapidvegjctiitioii in- that i* 1 aud 9, SAMM13'
fenced planter neighborhood lJSJS5-n ; BLOCK
without of feWtafwS& .wCTrUy *
fid he TOttAf.M iefttliJks oeen mating'i iL men a parcel beauty. 3t
Jackson"Clarion tliat ho has
.Assures morning,it S o'clock A. M-'Jttid ,
iwto lvrogpejv;JJfo dijsastcrs lecra* and Octavo FeuiUetPro7ilenceluis, so Bnto moraine* 9A> M. Arriviiu?sit Ch*rlc.toaOAiceon S.L : .
known the of *
: yet > htfrtt fclfed: uji6a. horoing never' crops corn ordered ii thai only two, womatl hayo a ameiitng For freightor : BAY STREET, 5"t
to be in a worso condition than at
true interest in tile happiness of man- Ar Wharf.Mwwrs
: tuepeiI% -
4q '
uo delays '
: the present season. his own'mother and the mother1 of his 1- J. OILMAttTlX_ & CO, : :
I4 itIi-znuiidatnp] it I _,4- ',Atent Bt Kivannnh.
tP : children.1*' Besides these two .legitimate F. IBDI.E;Ajciit at JacVaonvlllc.U. .. Jackson-dlle, P'lorida.
w kinds of love there is nothing between 10.1. -
i : onIticirof
should\rpjfcar7"uhd'troliflvo English consojjuent-"samples j The Memphis Ataland-e is of opinion'I the two creatures except painful and S. MAIL LINEr NO'' "- ; -_ ..-_ '5 .

L *,-? ji anco dill markot j I| that the report of tho Reconstruction idle delusion. .
% ,
1 occasional declino on inferior Committee and their, final action nifty | Alphonso Corr.-Say of woman that A RKKOTT OPENING ThE LARGEST STOCK OT

I has not be without beneficial influence upon j t she is wicked, obstinate, frivolous, but .tI. Good*erer offered tor wte in th Mate,npoa wtck
; M v PMRBT < *- carccly lOCUL L4ho people of the South. It advises the'j add that she is beautiful and bo assured -,-_ ,. term*as hoclU fasJoc*Cotmtry and other Merchaou t.
$ any quotable hango in what has been at least lmri.-*onr fpoA*bffort pnrrf> mnt( in other mar.
I alltnend4ry: Southern people,to accept with resignation I tliat"she will ever think kindly of you. THE FAVORITE Ktcam packet, formerly known as ; ; kctn. The MlcmnK are tatoof the priaciic] aitx 4
1 umned thocommandod comprising oar stock:
The injaxI.stbrmrniv and dignity the position of exelu- Say that she is kind, virtuous, sensible, "St.,JQbp-4? nov
jr' prices ,
: leave sion from an equal share in the Governj I j but very homely, and she will never for- HELEN GETTT DRY GOODS.
is i .
no'margn R. again
hy Captain O- InKTabam 5f'mancntiy
I for export, for tile 'simple reason that mont to which they are consigned? pay get you in her life. oa the line bctwecn Savannah. Oa., anal i aIntka f

) t the crops there hive 'been bad. Some: their taxes and fulfill faithfully all their {\ Madame do Maintenon.-In everything Fenfendina, Fla., ,touching an..? all lundinipion at Dancn, PrunowT-ic the t. Johns, oi.riverto war)", ; 1000 PIECES SI'RAOUirS,

1 Jistrictsl Cithern Russia Jiave failed \ obligations to the Government, and that woman writes there will beI Falatka, cjrrvit.g UieU. S. Mail. She Mill leave Sa- ilKRRIMACK,
f henceforth to trouble themselves no farther thousands of faults against but I vannab ever):8ItUF433.it 10< <'=Inck AM f".Tackonnllc **/! AlIERICAK
: i: ttlld 8&fk6pt Odessa firm. The JDanu- grammar on Hunaay, and"retnrnni will : -i:' ,
,. L bian principalities have foiled about politics, but devote themselves also to a certainty always a charm otto Sn-annah e\i-ry Tnctwlay at 4 clock A. M. For D1JNELL%
more sig- hoanl or toArfcnUat
aallyjttnufitia'pnly France : exclusively to industrial pursuits. bo found in the letters of man. freight engagements or rmsiaee ajiplv 'n T>ESPECTFULLY GABKEB, *

; generally In furtherance of this cbject it earnestly'l Duclos.-Great and rare offerings are jHct>oniUc.Septoml AV. gnmillo, ami liirt A310SKEAO
consuming countr}*-that has any surplus >er 23-tfSteamer liavejust rccci\eU! a large ,
-and that jroui a former Wo recommends the South to raise its own L found alinst exclusively among woman; ; LOWELL.

A TOive pointed to America till we crop.are tired corn, wheat, and other provisions; to nearly almost all the happiness and Sylvan Shore : ARNOLD'S

uf crying Volf,1 bui the established manufacture, by the aid ot artisan emigrants most of the blessed moments in Jove are RICHMOND, AND OThER MILLS,
diffitetweu fine flour-and, wheat: from the North, for itself; to be of thciv creating, and so also friendship 1000 PIECES BLEACHED AiD Bnow

4 anWMn t sbrt f at*Xew Yorlc shows: a self supporting people in all respects,, especially when it follows.J. TiCKixG.AXD SHiirnxa

and to raise cotton than is J. Roseau. Men better .. ,
no moro necossary can phil- -- BAil'S
t QWnbT11xttTe may expect thence; and l .. :4-2 a'Uptetl to tlie Spring nn< 10 OSNABUKGS,
t "nowWiai of : to supply its own wants. The! osophi/o on the human heart, but woman are crtinn at low prices,
shipments French flour for Captain James Tucker ; 250 PIECES, MANCHESTER, PACIFIC
TlK'ir stock
1 AcaJanclte appeals with great earnestness> can read it better. comprises
va Liverpool have'! ILL LEAVE Savannah every Tiicwlay at 10 A AND HAMILTON DELAINES.IIICKOUV .
to the Southern people in support of fi j V M.,arn%iae.it .TatloonviJlo on \\ /tiihiy.Rturniz4 f.- .
commenced ceases to'become incredi : ,
will Ii.a\t .TarkfonMlU
\ each of these recommendations and its > ? every Tiiuiadayijbt
both&t.1nithYmucc and England | aVer: ml of train from tho west. DEXDISV3IA11IJJOKO STRIPES
b 4 exporting countries." mayyp views; ace likely to attract a good deal of fj j The following says the Baltimore Jackionvillo, fM 17-U V. DlliBLE. .tent. ; IIICKORV BY THE BALE ,

attention. Tho capacity of tho Southern, Transcript by ft correspondent of ,
Xlu>.wht>at crops of Frmov nllud l t FOR ENTERPRISE FLA.STEAMKTl ALPACAS PAItAMATTAS
St ites for: all the cereals is i LUSTRES,
to in the above*rxtract were as follows : producing i is enough to make the fairest of earth's
: Acres iboundcd. This is a kind of recons I creatures look twice into the mirror, ai.d ,
1863_ ,.1 ll.114.lGi I : uctionnooneia iprovcnt; ; anduowjtliat; doubt the truth of its re flection-tl e ib4 :.-; :' MAZOURKA,

... 10.017,130( the purpose of Congress is manifest to loftiest intellect daubts its own conclu- ; ARM URE CLOTHd, ia, -

'-ie1d, bu.h&i exclude that section from representation L sions-tlie happiest of beings look CirETKS-,FANCY AND PL.\IN.

1863V.-.331.660,394 i it; will be more manly and self respecting around for seine lurking tlie OcnTnl ShepJcy, fajit. Iton-', cirrj in?the CLOTHS KICILAIIDSON'8 IRISH LINEN,
't8G'i- .. '. ..1 sorrow- : < if ail, will Icnve J clv4 ii\iljo for 1'aUt-
_Yield* bwhe1sThc'aL,1aio 416,018,111 to devote their attention to productive -, most miserable to imagine himself sur- I j ka. itd iuUtimihatp inndjrp*, cvry S-Ji.lur.y ni inuir, STEWARTS AND OTHER MAKES.
jwrjtctct than to continue I at U oe1o-k, and Dill leave l' !vlui and inicrmfdia'e TABLE DAMASK, TOWELLING
industry vainly: rounded by felicity-and the most vile BOOTS AND f ,
: lan \ knocking for admission at the doors Thi f and degraded to consider himself deity. l turning will luivc iiit-rj.'nM; rn the Wednewlay merniiz1flnwintt r : NAPKINS, ETC., ETC., ETC.,

wlicat CTOTXS, and the[ the National Legislature." There K however, an admirable spirit' .it 8 A. M.at S Fr a.<-iprlit ni., and lor$1'jUtka il\tt Hunnir"on Ihurxlay and a1jir. !m lai.d-niinj ) LADIES*,AND GENTS. LINEN CAMBRIC

,.. j .
of humor well ti I I Ir CLth aizil db'II III I 1 fl'lUflI I alt,. ILVNDKERCUIETS.
yield per acre excellent lor that ; Fur
AX IXTE11ESTIXG CKUEMOX < 'reit'M nr i a.age, ai'i>'y on hoard r to
pot excelled except by Great Britain remarks of the correspondent and we j Much 10 -tf JOHN CI.AUK, I HEMSTITCHED,

a with favorable. climate] and high farming The Savannah IaiJy AdmHser, sf commend them to the careful perusal of A IK K*,Jark'oiiilk-. FtOL'R AND 7 EMBROIDERED,

and by the Minnesota, poIwing, Juno li3d, states that on Thursday night thos > who arc c oustantly denouncing the i New Orleans EANCV AND SCOLLOPED,
as was claimed against the returns of an extra mi cting of Solomon's Lodge, world as nothing but a "valt- of tears"'- ChOCEERV, STRIPED AND CHECKED CA31BBIOXAINSOOK

I ihdepartmentWbusiels! per acre!!'. Xo 1, of that! city, was culled for the "a wilderness of woe," &c.: APALACHICOLA AND ST. MARKS, INDIA, BOOK '

q The trade of France in wheat for a pmpose of recti.-ing a chair, made from "The very sun has black spots nnd Reu'tr Stnj.M.nthTy I'.i
series of yoars, however, shows the uncertainty the oak at Salisbury, under which, tradition troubled nebulosities amid its effulgence. TIN WAKE, : : MUSLINS.JACONET .

of its jcrops. TJie following informs us, General Oglethorpo { ." CHAMBREYH, TARLETON-?. 4

I tabletexhibits. tho wheat and wheat convened the first Masonic Loilgo in the Aye, and the loveliest valley has a i FURNITURE INDIES WHITE, BROWN, MIXED AND '

.1 flour1mi by, and the exports of Province of Goorgi.1. The gift was from muddy swamp ; and the noblest nioun- BLACK HOSB,

thai;'nation : Hon. Charles C. Jones, jr., formerly i t lin a piercing blast and the prettiest j The Steamship Florida GENTS. WHITI, BROWN, MIXED AND

Imyrts, llw. Exports 1b. : Mayor of Savannah, now residing in face some ugly feature. Tho fairest I WAGON AND : BLACK IL\LI* HOSE.

1SGL.i.l ,. ,. .. 1,310,504,763 1GG,547,3CO New York, whose birth place and early complexion K most subject to freckles RICHARD UOACJ1, t oniniAiidtr, LADIES AND GENTS
:H 182 WLLK-a\eNf. Marks for Ne (),,1ans on the 1st GLOVES.
GZ.5S63,1I3 23S 645 associations were in the immediate t hehiauidom'st girls npttu be too proud fl arn\J uaiU4,to'i'hini at .tna-h-! ii: ;
t -427,828,113 iio'ia tho Al and loth,andl .ui'U ."noda\i. Will1! ,
2tn,8SOGOS viciuit of the #
1864.. ...: 300,149,920 376,7C6,99.J.v } time-honored spot. The :
4 1865.... ... .,. 2l142o56. 7410.52S0 .. tree, alter Nourishing for many years, ] ; and the gayest mother will let her at 33th.ai.dlA 8 A. M., tu.-'u.s {*** .t-..u. o.. oil the 10.U anl
r- P ; meres.
t f1.; .&. i.h- -.i4- gradually yielded to the inevitable law children go ragged. The kindest .wife AUKXT ) : :

:2J35oW7,032 1,820,834,130 of decay, and now not a vertigo remains will soinotimosmj A. Jirnha-n, St. M,'lf<. Negligee liirU,White n.IFan ] Linentiirk.ey,Vizt .
Tho Irado of France in absent shirt W O. ToiU r i. Cn-.AI,aUtKi.- la. t and WpoJ Skirls Cni *. -
wheat for to mark the of its ) taper CotUt*,JtmtM, Cottocade
jBCtfOs of a spot former existence J nrSuo ie best husband forgets to i r.v-t & HoS'.j, 13J GuMcr b-reit, New O.k-aii :-: *.SatiB %tt-. *T -
years, wilTbo that Tho Apnl 14-3mrP ., .*
I seen hovfw Lodge was o-1 La>lir Wew.audi a*Itain and Faery Linca CoOan, *
: xccHent the wheat of Frame his wifo every tiuu ho steps Taimnniinc,But.ou,UaJno.al*.Skirts tie.t '

,*aJlJ{ anfl 1864, ita importation crops brethren outside the jrite, and tho best disposi- TOWING.

t V hearand'wheat flour exceeded its exl of; om EOinc twcuty different 1 tioued child in the world g'ts argy anti : t BOOTS & SHOES.

*ortaLioxl8% J,1O ,4o 41-Cuges, representing ten of the United squall, and the wisest scholar miss a -
100 Cases Pools and Shoes,Ladle Ealmoral
States and England. After the Lodge lesson ; and the wisest essayist rites and a Item)*,Women'* Kip Xii.Coat and Lustier.and GcttO Pea -

% =a-ff1 had Loon opened, the Committee of |some nonsense ; Homer noddtd, and i Calf Sewed rnmpa,Oenfa. fait> IV;:re-l and bewtd Uent' Calf Kid and f l .
T of wheat in the Arrangements escorted Past Master 1 l. Wordswoith snored ; and stars will fall I JL :i I>J'IK jwiwerfal- permanently new tua-1 ia*. S tho Grnnt m er,Onpt.for tit Ho.purpose. Brud'ord of I'AMILY AND Shoes, )Xen'afiOaac ,CIu!
r Mflf is about SI,34 per D. Arnold into tho Lodge, why was received -. !and the moon KilTer an eclipse-and toam,? Vesscli: Ualto, Ve.

I A'reference to the prices in the'. with Masonic honors. Brother '| ;men wou'tbeangeLsnor earth heaven. ,1 Xov. 11-tr. CIIAS. A. rAIKCHlLI), .tvtt. : and Cap -

I preceding table"ishovrs that wheat is J. Holbrook E&till chairman of the A* our stuck was !
now committee : !J : l.a.Ii.ea Stray.FrJ',Silk,far-7oekryjirtasj.;
1 allingTSn Tow" York at $ !,.55. Such] introduced I):. Arn-jld as the INFANTS' RIGHTS CONVENTION. FOR CHARLESTON, S. C., In price ,we arc prepared I &}! *,Mcu'a Wo l aut>eit Ua ec
t4 .wjljdifieiimce! ; iug-l,21, Iwttrocn Engllsi 1 orator of the occasion, in a very appro-j la thcs-1 times of conventions of all _
t ; arid American.rates discloses iate after which tictcs: cau ba purcLa>e.l at '
the p manner, ho was e.scjriol sorts, the following, with reference to XAH, c\ I 'AL14.KIND&.aC4flOCEFdFSAND -

fact 4.bwe cannot expert wheat at this to the Eat, an(l delivered n neat;' the movements of the infants of thi-, THE STEAMER Y. r' ; '-
time onrLfiCCOunts for the and suitable address for KATE 1 : -
; statement, which wo haven 1 \land, may not be without interest : I PBOTISIO'SL

maAa by the Jfarl Lane Efpress, "that: : room. j i A largo and spirited meeting infants i 4' 'a-

4 hipments of French flour for the United Brot! er IHchwd T. Turner, "\\V. M.-. GOLD 500 harrel*TVtor -I ,
was iccentlyholdatXtirserj domat which '
iJSSisfe 300 LalT Uurcte
t States, via Liverpool had of the Lodge responded in brief and b E. D 20 Hoar *' .
coinThbsc i they asserted their rights and called for ,_ canlui Jiaton -
| *" *
j gjytvj. < _-
)_ appropriate remarks, alluding to the .- ___ .-.wjj'i_ 20 s-aak Haun.(ChieicnaH Sagar Cur.4 '
4 ; an immediate redress of the wrongs J Ko.'lS ZInitlen 90 5 arreJa Tori.i.'e%,and Prune
t ; high prices of American wheat; fact that Solomon's Lodge was the oLle t; which have been inflicto.l m them.- CAUItYTKG THE CXITEO STATES MAIL, .Nt'FA id half fcamla f niton Xaiket Beef '

.1 ztaayis* to notice the criticisms madcupO& .. in the State, and with but ono or two 1 The following preamble and up resolutions TIIO*. .T. LOCKWOOP, COMMAXJ. I '10 tarrc-a barrel.Uned halt barrel teefSO and kits of V itr*J '

the return of this department of tliela exceptions, in the entire country. instituted cer adopted : *"rMIS: fiac t-UaTicr li.i\ni ltn plZtCell l jurrmntnHy'j JGOLI 1 ) PKXS: 2.lkiI4Salmthm '
i[ JL r>n thclliic Ktfteun Charli -lMi a'M IVla'La Fla., I 1osack.F.io pbHe*
4 crop. placed the defidt;4i by Oglethoriio himself uiiilcr H'herfatVo have been brought into J t I t m'-lun'i 4t M landings on the Ft. John KJv r,wlv-ita a j 4 A UUnoirnreparrHj to alA saki Liverpool Salt -
: w quality and quantity at 20/241,698'(!: the title of King Solomon's Lodge, its i existence without I I t-hare of public J atroLajre. In Ira eotmmude.1 hy offccr* i j.X cr'the t'hiarftt lot barrels CO 'MT,croiied,jcraanlaud.p.v i iW aa4
being consulted at all of t.x1erit.e4.; *Oil tnt tat orally! Kiio" c.n the mute, a'c.fdiffclSit aiv.-'. Loin common biova Sus.r.
1 bushels o August rciwrtand in i career has been onward, and upward,i in regard to our feelings an.l; wishes I anil lninn un urpa?' <>il accon>m : the reportfor October stated that' and lie trusted it would continue doL ( and freight t. ttcrj gkomutceof comfort and Mifly ill) witJioi't CJ.-IH,and airant 3CO barrels Soda,5aar, boon ar the to .
thus laying the immediate authors ot 1, r Iit-1 t ron.t41ie5u1' s.vi.ltnt, is 5' loilows: > 500 boxea Skxljt,Sugar,t *fon ansi Flkt )m4 -
4. deficit.in.quality waa greater than in L honor to tho.memory of its great fount .- our oiistonce under the :- I-r-ms Charle ton e\enr Sunilay at 7 A. I Jl.VI; \ .3 Tin,#.'.'ifl: \, 50 chests hall and and that strongest obligations 11., Satauruh, llonilay at 10.'. JI, arriving! here Tues- p2.-,:, s...C I1'n. *IJ50; 1000_}ouc< s CaaJy*ucked and ailzed
quantity; the entire deficit i der. The bible 1 General
t presented y to see that our rights are ;i 5.50: XV>.'" leis?. All
was sturgrcater than as reported ii L Oglethorpe was ever looked as meted and proi' | R.tuniing alil!!! have f>r (' :aes1'n! cvcrj Wo ncsJay 1 --tainjw I' Ii P. Va'tntine
upon our wants supplied ; therefore m.innfia t H (b4-Ilek, arrlvn's at S.ivunnah on TL-urs4iy T1JK AlWiVK PENS IX Wines and
August In Kentucky, Indiana, Illi'nok .. sacred relic, and it would bo the care aI4 I I'rktn! on Kniav. 'j fclOX CASluS Liquor

,'Ohio; Maryland and Delaware tho j and pride of the Lodge to cherish thi< ,i Jtc&ohcd, That wo claim our rights to 1 bu Ps.wittr.mile with>nrea the various<*iind that HnM joMinc cf'wn mnrcc1 t.ip* from!" n* *vavarniih ill- Fjr *iOfl, a X<>. 100

quality low chair also with and Charleston. Xow, York. H a-iJ IU1tlpmre. Eg. 12.o a N.j. bb1&o1KcntuckyWhiaky
average was so as to makecrtaik a peculiar interest. The derive our nourishmont from or 'on .
the 100
j foun- JXf).'**. SVMXII A. CO., F.2.2. a 5" bbls. old Bourbon Whisk7
that,largo portions of the wheats W.vM alluded in a feeling manner tc) tiin nature ha provided for our stieto- l ifar 12tf A' oatj. at Jock.oavjili1 V*. F'r z No. 10D bbls. oH Cabinet Extra Fine
I thcfljStates would be unt for Hour., : his connection for thirty years with thof" nance, and which is universally admit- Mty U-tt Fr F'.r ii a No.So. t 100 bbls. old Cognac Brandy *?

I. Tho.Chicago JuwA.il of Coatuurff, Ix Igo (of which, by the way, ho has ted to bo the only source from wltic'i wo | WM.9p OKOTi-IIfi, run SAMP. 11)1.1) 50 bbla. old Catavrba Brandy #

vAprilsaysi 'Thq- cunxuit. reek itS o f 1 been for somo filteen or fcixtt-en yeaisi can derive materials for a C'UJON'Y.SE. DLIfeK 25 pipes old Holland Gin ,
vigorous 300
l grain! at Uhicago'aro very large, but : Master,) and conclude by promising to ( growth ; and that the too common :i' WATCH-MAKER, F r *2 00, a Xo. ea.secfind old PoitMADEIItA

i important amount of the wheat is going'to preserve this relic with care so long as, j p/actice of cutting off the supplies! from 1\-1 rou5c* rpRsvTii AND >>IWtIi-sT5., 1'nr TL1,. Ji.1 i9.Cll!.. a*. No. 4 | ,
I Ohio and Indiana where tho is 1 o remained member of the No. S1IEKKY,
crop Lodge, i this source, 1 av id the necessity atten4 > Jacksonville Fla.KTKCTKCLI.Y For 4.tO, a No. !
to bo and For CLARET,
proving inadequatoj to hand it down to his successors a dance to wants is a 7 !
our iiil.unan' and ,
un- 1T> HfiiriruUhe citizen of F r 5n. K
Ye*(perauso tro-inado' i rejxri ofict a mcmctHo of one who hcd done so woit'iy of a Christian mother. j JLVi iIk anliruiity,that lie li.i- returned aj.iui an l lojK'nt" Fr $ 0t>, A Xo. 9 SAUTERNE, ---
now'sfully verifiocl pcrsons withouttny muc'i for Masonry in Georgia. i 1 hii;)'ace of h.Lsiiic a*aliov e. '1 $ECON I) QUALITY AND OTHER WISES.or .
Jeaocctf That do
I wo earnestly protest Mr. 0. wil 1*1''I'PY| ton-ecu c tina'ronaco of his i
knowl ge of them condemned the, After 6O1U3 other busiaaja the Lo lg 3 1 against the impartiality sometimes I oM fncitilanil as many new dues aj visit to have their: and Our ecfnd quall'y rent,. '
are ,
exj atcLce:in fully rppairc-il aftl guaranteed.anti hope i <-art fillj m.u.o ; T1N-IVARE
t mwaijOw/yutruc, as exaggerated,, as,I was closed. j hibited by our mothers in nursing lap- that wiUi hU eijH-iuncc as a pmo'icai Wilchmakcr fur j tirbt! qua'ity!' peu-, the only''
wriLinglftvthe financial pro/'J 'nty of th and 1 the l.t-t forty j(urn in tliii toanf ry anti Europe,he will l lbcalile liequatvofUiegoi.i. '
Government BA; MATTKR OF) FACT COIUtES'- i dogs making parlor companions of to pvcfull i-atiifactiuii to all who ha\e good I 'l'.ws-- 2 pen, ;:
and like criticikns. In] watches be All 31.2. ; No. pen,
POXDEXT.I | them, as though they were the roal offspring repaired. watches warranted one i
tluV 9 ia dl 'oilier year. Jan 27-tf THE .ABOVE I'F.XS IX EVERY DESCRIPTION"
| : | cases, wo'tavoalu instead of 1 : i
ourselves ...
I | while we TEXdlOX CASE
-been Opinions A friend of mine
content to abide the decis-J vary. ,
ays : i are turned out to Bridget. c. I) dXicTWATCHMAKER For |1J?, a Xo. 5
p ion of time, and in lifts case, as in all'ays an llrcltanjr, has been out YTest, llcsohed Fur 11.30, a Xo. S HARDWARE AND FARMING UTENSILSL
j That wo claim as our rights' For and.has net but a
others that soen- theuelephant fie
doc-isiqa has sustained thoi] ,
place in the parental bed and deem I Fir r.JJ, a Xo. 5 NAILS .
: tiiuates by the department j Indian, and has also been chased b\' it Fur li.75, a Xo. 6

: him. Commenting on this foot ho every poyr excuso for tucking us away I 'k.,9 AXIJ DKALEIl IX Our pens rank ) TRACE CHAINS,
. E? COTTON ASD CHAIN CROPS with the nurse that our mother romps )WAI CUES, aupencr, to any gold! pens
IX writes: "Much has been said by poets, CLOCKS. their ntinu nu-vlnic; hut STEEL CORN MILLS, -
I MISSISSIPPI AND ABKAX8A8.Tlio and romantic young ladies about the home from parties late at night, and CLOCK ccjLf.Jir!! F.I.VCF GOODS JK Ht,LR are iMi.J ith the CORN S1IELLERS
1 does wot wish to bo broken s1ight-t( ,
i FHar' Point Coahoaiian has seen picturesque aspect and the noble form j ; oilier rest SUiI3IEiS': ULOCK, BAV-STKEET, icUxJ. We would rail)l the .
j i llctohcjl, That wo aro opposed to tok- the ctMinitcd Paul Bieton PLOWS, ..
a cotton,blboni] plucked on the 19th, by of an untamed, untameablo warrior of'i Doe. 23 JsC1OIiIE, FLA. tf Hole nuen: fur the United .

oar thorough going couutyman, Wm. of tho prairie, and far bo it from mo i' ing medicine, when it would bo seldom | cllxcr.Jblcrs and! guld COM. SAD IRONS,
if retailer,
required wo were taken Watches and
Miller, Mulbcrry Grove on Sheriff gainsay them.. AivJudian is a noble t properly care Jewelry.GEO. throughout the country,nr '
-! ; in of by our mothers ; and especially do irular. AddrefS E. D. ? GRINDSTONES, io.
spectacle- a picture, or at a safe,.distance MnnCieturf and. : t

Th9Arc .Cia' ; but when ihis "noblo spectacle,' of wo raise our voices against the practice ..A.WATCHMAKEB. PECIC, Pen*and Jc eli 7, JS'o. : D I *
who May2G-lt
was nurses
recently in company with a .dozen other 'noble many -scarcely keep a J

Rhowalatalk.ofjfcotton"grown by Mr. 4 spectacles moving his moccasins in bottle.of paregoric.or Godfrey's Cordial, .. AND JEWELHT,
Samuel X. Jackson, on which were thir and force down our throats a dose in FOR
dfreetioivnndyou have to do OC2JLV STREET,
your some :
3 teen buat. HOI:1L'OWW4RE
squares kU-u ho cau.Tlio tall walking in order to keep the capillary tlio evening, so that we may not disturb

: Little Cock Pantojraph shown substance on the summit of your them in thonight..Jsofr'd JACKSONVILLE, FLA.KEEPS A TRACT OF

< |tkoll6tinstaDta cranium all his That in consequence of these
jn new cotton boll nobility vanishes, and constantly on hand a well relucted stock of OF
.. grown on one of Uen. Piowp1a th you see in him only a painted and other abuses to which wo are subjected Watches and Jewelry! and all other article THE BT KINDS AND SIZES
greasy tuually kept by Die trade, vtoui he offers to the
tions most of us become public rirEmotoftt belt
of which Mr. T. sickly and
Murphy is mana- miscreant, who will, if you give him a at reduced pni-et place*,
ger. chance, lift Hair with the about half of our number die before (ages of a Utah Tjndlns, !
i' : your same !rostrnnge,and unllmitol :
: '- ; wo"are able to take care of ourselves. ALSO WOOD WARE
at all
Tho Aberuoca Eramincr spirit, composed and most sca'otn.Itnuu twice
says Jltsohed, That our si a'l bear outhouses on the tmct.
irneatcron of Monroe is about all in serene, with which he would ask another cal cry CUTLERY lilace.hy middle of March
; "spectacle! for 4a little of not "pe&CG, until cur wrongs are i'rice flOO.
nnd think more that OF
we tho yield \ras overOxalf a.crop. redressed and oaf STATIONERY For further particulars EVEKYVVABIEir.
rigKts restored
baked doh. I used to think liko the I to us. SEiriXO MACHINES, May 2C-3m
poet; now tho sight of an Indian gives : 194. That.the proceedings of this AND A VARIETY OF OTJIER ARTICLES,

Our infonaatiott i JBaya: tho .Corinth mo a cramp in the etomaclu" Convention bo published in all papers lv. 1 WILLOW W-AEE.
AU Linda of dona
r 6 "** repairing at short notice, and work
JV c*, that lince the warm dry weather I from:Maine to Texas.A warranted. At the old .siand ot C. D. Oak, Ocean
ri bate boenJllATtirod.with 1 the last IDEAS ABOUT WOMEN. street.A.M. Recd'*Building. Feb S-tfO.

- couple of weeks, the crop prospects A French book, recently published at I lished:- bucket in Murfrcesboro'factotry has Ten loan.estab The ..A... C LSE & CO.,. Doors 3000 :.BASKET&i-froin One' quart. to Thu'bushels.

become .
fl.hvo altogether more favorable, Brussels, contains among other intoreaiiiig ,, '
company- to turn out from
proposes one -
tho frccdmen gingji 3nttbled to make IEWELBRS
matters 'a collection of -
aphorisms .
IKo I hundied and fifty to two hundred buck sTAn NthYPAPEl .
; ,
uf headway against *
.1t.lrv7 : grass. about woman, taken from the writings ets a day. Practical ,reconstruction is ; t1 BTJILDEE1 : -

The Yi&vonunLc:1r was ftrio s.a ilio. Wo copy a few: of thus -
presented going on throughout the South ,: ,
by flay Htr et..'.. INKS
them ,
Tth&M1OMntbfl the :
; 15th inst.V the formatiottrof iudiiife.'

Ur&i, ctthat.aunty had ..a Veil : Chamfort-In the choice of a lover -Ii'has transpired that 'Dr. Craven's Mohr3-ly E PES8 AXD'PENCILS, 1.S 1.

4fr bloorif on his farm as early ig women consider rehow ho ..appearsin account of Jeff. javjs in .Fortress Mon FISK7S S ur: :ENVELOPES, '
>*- an iii iiMi'i MB H'T"""" *"*" -
: the of other women.thai! 'herown.
: i eyes ui ; I. ,8TATiNEflSpUZ
roe was not writteaJby Jiim at all but '- '
.b-r7.:1: 'CW P4-, ?' jJ. ., Love is more pleasing than mat ,
.) 0resi4esACbttniy: by Col. Ilalpine, bettor known as "Pri -' IJ ffi BRICKS CEMENT LATJIS
rimony, just as xomaTxceJs. more pleas vate Miles I -- -, .
O'RoiUy.Taliupg. -
.1EftaiP4n ; ; -
) thh i:1isto.: : ; '
iorl edit'r fliit bis 1exitioa of'flur immense 1 !:
); onqueort;-If wo' peak :iU of', tlie efato'rt ; DRUGS
which capitalists are >-i *
sex generally, they wCJ rieo.against :us- constructing near -

aei 'bui u ivAd6tht) amo ofiiny 1Ud1LIUi.IfrmA1y j New York -for, the; Blaughtenhg of ani- J --.--- --- STAPLES'DBUGS (ySt.McCi .

lrith'UL ]maQuttliofloston Posf, recommends A5fD DKALETIS J 'FINEr! WATCHES, FILVER J.V f 7"ETTeons antly/on l
WARE JKWKUtY preparud.to fUrnUh 'JUSO OQU> '
JnsioMst ofther faults his friends to subscribe for the A QEXTB for tho AwcriCaa patent phrunorotkr% ;the'Xl and tomb stone,and agent ppL:1R: );
; \jfetock, as tho iKe'busincss finest watch in'tlu'V orld',U lw4 of', lawns, & ; to u wliil$ "0 ard Iuilebt.b profits'of will < gold ciameJcd
!I .. p '-4 'i .' L1. ., .t 4..r wQmep watchca,"flae lever morcmeuu from fOO'to |LOU, J'i'tc $ toxs. 16-tf '
..J4 'Po$ ... ; ur beiter quali.j jXaurenco bee/at Lever,'pitntU' nt.t1de button,* flIT; artlcle,.; LLAif, ENOLISBAND OTHEKXS.BBIDAI
.. tine fAn. EngUsh! Agent*lOT 8ooW AmpHeaa iieut.pea. *> ured ia. *23 Aboe
feohtlemau -
; advertises; hooUof Ntf r York [ iTARTIir j jP
L Sterxie,-3Iost, o- wpmen.,&ra! ladyof darkpojor, gooittrotterr
E\ZLU Of .
t oUiett ndoiredwith ,ueh naturally enflirtftgjfr - nnd warranted Mr 1 oru.T by fc-w 15nenco yciirt expe- Kfl SPUIL ,
? 4ofl1gch theu '.cry in the priimiuai tiiiui..ol theroirnli All KOod4 THE "PLOHIDA ,
: 1 and work : _. lo '' I1 &HL'i' ETC, ETC. 4',. St
'rtw .' :s .. j wrss market priot, ,- -_ ._: ?- **tt t : _..,,__;;: ._ '