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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 14, 1866
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
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System ID: UF00053711:00047
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Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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LIt mull be jKi1 *" h mice.rrrnxs V. lie snjBTwrts that them beplac.Jia.orty lodge-
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Tl. iN eoiepaflI tfleeor'i'c odL up)1fl t1t 2flCIIIe SATOEDAT, JULY 14/1866. : V VV.. : V A7Wftat lug thfr character of the w rk* Brethren wanting -

A tit" 11 liihcounl nuulc onc&.rhuu t*rtb.f tII'yf$. All Does Little Birdie Say? j of stock, which may ebtimatfd as worth f50 : *. V tI -i. employment can,also eater Urar Bamea,and
itit>miiiteuitti iif <>J in tiVAfl. ; t 13, Xranslucicnt lantoni of tho h0.1. ; VI V bunmw or trade, in th *ftTTt book. They and
r >tlK'I JOB ..pRiittTzitfG.FVKKY Ftii't Lr'tt, Enlnnd, kn, iemar1' the j &enty-fiva.nits at 19. Tablets for writingtpon tilth an iioni I itasd lVZ.it.tifl hm'tm 1JOOOOaiK'n.. ci I'nIV4Cth V. V IMI'ICOYKD F!RE %R3fs.j fhofhildrenef deceased Masons may br this
STYLE f : t.'Q teUIZA$ JWt e-bijf of per tree 1 ,7-30 as the f -oss. .tyluz i cr after tfia -OflUtOiI tflhcetIlT. 3Irs (lithe the Bit ans bfc found employment also V
jic ncally and prOinpI1yXceUtei V or y) return of 100 A writer from p-ii, fluth r.qwljr: fr0 V V j, English. (UOTtriV'rV oL the as, Imay 1n
orUi. aenw. Jaffna, the the.lea1ets. 1 Thi' t.fn.r In te t-ss by \ !
-- 'WlMt dO litthUidip M peninsula of the Northern portion of Ceylon:: V V 'V OfliVlhe J'car 1S02 was. 413,000 tue. .rdIXO-! I gunpowder can Lo rendcn4 UIn& ,
20. aUttnvtsln tnadhl
i MtDT. The Stuffing (coir,) in pliv.u of hair, for couch -** ly of th*.boo&s and -KD} h>-
Iv says ; produce of i iL I and ?
eonsfctiag 90 JOHN CABDT & V4 _*ne fly. .ip aero and ,to the tree trees to the L CUSh1OO mattres'ies, sadd1es qc. V h. largecet pwdnotion of tic:Knithfrn tatcnVhVi4 N _| w> expkuiro at pleasure, luw jHt in- j[ I j o ord4 of licJiefy*f lo yrnc central poitwheye
V sold
.. V V V$ Fh'i. jet nt livV would yieff jurats Ji75e00 north at 2 per 1000 F 1'11t.hns. boua. extended to SO different V V ar V VbOo.OOVJ lmir.Hcft.lH! ] ; hettaliioni> yea; the.I...VVj oyer Wa 200,010 ;I VcnUxl au iltgifliU3 piot-o of mwh uiwn, t!w> application I I tlx-y cHi rJiwf M- ;: rK liti. l0er, V 1,3.30; or is convertoj Qfl'fJj
ticles.
V of in
VV V C&ttrrtii_ : uhich to suii4l '; tlMj'.Txxlgtjlast' rmTmrt. Itis
arms incrawx
c.&, V VV V *in grov tr-zrr uwjft calculating 30 .to give ono gallon Another valuabletrcrf Ihis 2. ItOrnfl'a Hi mile it family (Arnya rapulitv

U shu llie, V ftn'cnlJk 1 ucoJ2 row: Jaffna,i00 oi, the about following SO tons is from an j aecharifaa) !5jovor Qoma. kof the East.,Indies, ]V V 3 tin.t p.tper.. By 1'ant.1. Forbu.,, f Ii It.cyle ha fittoI, .LD.furVtihe& II. L dot-io, pfco of discharge.steel porfor It consist taU TbaI

r-1 ot.ndgoditaknwntof r from the fibre so well kn&jn rnr eaetcrn eommorco. dn, 1553. V V mto I pi-actical tffiqeucv 'his achcme is evilcnt, th L
tft.KNKHAl. In WL4 e1e bvi 1itt1 Lhy At -2i fix t 100 acrca in full learinir. '| Tho specific nanaFaas been, given front 4. Jour. Azric. S'>c, onmlLi ISM.Kmtrhltw fitting a pistobotwocn the t art 58
it j.cp tif d* aj faces per aero 5,800 trees at'CO the \ ) etinmcratot tMrtc'nr v-.mctw-t of thi V barrel at right to the tarn'wiUl A lrid i-V
; ,*xN S. : 38 V l4zItc, nuts per tru 3,480 'i large quantity fBOg&r procurable from'its V I'(Ura, but many of th m bu-e IMCW antes weapon. A revolving m obuiningwork, amith
100 pticod
L rI41wJ'i Le n V V nuts, at 40 nuts per were; acres 3, tS000 ,- V sap by cutting the spadico* f the mala flowers.,j VItflCtIV&fltI LmnuI '\ rc >UeBtlieiivint t > Ihrewciif iVnVlVler they!, C. screw worked by tho trigger mivcs this forward nwoi.srt 1i o| widows V ani orphans. villb ipr >
.littlOl.flvr. per imperial gallon 8700 Sao, toddy or palm wino of the ,7it4eyrra, the moat u iut ntly brought before
lee.5 Vi1r gallons of oil at 2s | V lirU quality -,, generally w of and at each movement of I V V titeorg&nizati aQpim
-row
littlixtmnjrtr, per gallon noltedC870 th' Indies one the Iwlwi V
if f .Lf .4 VT) :: .t .IEJ j% Aud at<-r 'nilina, like the birdi.i, afro. Ihe poonac or oil cake left will per i sugar or jaggaiy, and CJOQ, are ob ainod.. frvm 1Iziiz1. l"jL'-uoyUA U. j1U.UOa, ii itives L .of of Uio bar u brought which Jhs- have a claim, wilhoot a kinr
luty t-io, uUuU flj nvray.Iffi pay theexpense | this pilm. Dr. lloxburgh,5\rating in thaj V Nzturi aI I2eiiomTa opposite the barrel of the charity, (ItoiyvtMORMONS
of year c Ili4toxy ol tke
: yV.It i :) making tic oQ. puoanut
t Ti.it piuaJ! hzi't It the ituintcnocnoe Of pottn* calculations the Jjy the first of the I 1709 says of it : I cannot avoid reeomiuondinjj .fly cIre'hi11.: pistol, and 4not iSfirwL The bar finally pa.. V V -*- V :
IUJjrI Iltn-'n the ..ixtcen Juicit of our own. WHVH an vxrluniosnarnu gross ntura Appears thus : to one who lands H. F.irhMlnhliOrk-ntal HonuxW V utoUti that three ON THEIR WAY
I nme 4yIt, mmimirp, nnnlK>4lyuig a1>out as naali 22,500 gallons at Is. 7d . ..X-5.15C..33. I ucil every low potorwed ,particukvly .ffa rUoffcir toddy) >Mlnll V1)Ui(1, of 8iigir-rigeer rta oat at the other side with>All its shot eipendbefore. WEST.

VMT v CIIA1.A. A. CAI't. A. } .ecutlni.n1, for wttuJi c \riU Billlnsly! tal! a quarter Coir Iof \aluo . . . .. 1.031 is I to extend as aie lIce\ cultivation and swamjiy, near ho sou roiut, imrti'Auid 1flmu cunejuio'. JaVrLVt1Veort.ttas tth chrycttTlmbk. cii; anti cnn then be loaded aain ant used as The Boston Traveller of June 29th remarks ,
I __ _._ tharoof as much neoLeuczee.
Wlist say StntUticHof
L. WARROCK lU sible. Thin pilm; wino itself, and tho Ityields the Coloaios o{ the ISritU Enipre'- Supposing each bar to contain ten shot
tillJHlJI.l ii JHVJ1 of J tIf.l \ I each 75 tons at 10. . . . 760.0s.Totjilgro sugar VlY ,?1l''rt (5gfl57 Martin.ViVn4cfl 1S3U, pJUJ. who had been scattered 'throughout Uassachtt
t Ii'NXIl!: AND OI HUAL COMMISSION HjU me lorim, say* l.ttlc tiojrgi*- the btick fIbres for cables und cordage, illhurnV Dentil ommerce. V V and a bollier to bo provide with half a dozen *'tts and neighboring states, wore gathered at

d frog, ixit let nil a*little>>v iin lonittr niv.IrojjgiR ,. return .. .. . XG.937.9Accojdlnc other atoitho pith. for ago, mkpeitdeatly of mitny fi.10.The Fibrous the 1-h.ntB Coistbf of India: p Bl. V V bars, ho could load and dischirga at the rate V of tho Boston and Lowel depot, kud left forthafr.homrs .
olocts of Planter PoromunJcl.
.4T KTRF.ET JACKSOATILLL, FLA.tT Till our hlOg$ ..noHJ.OII ptroneer, uses, aro vory groat impot.ncc. By WUliim hi l"tah Our fcaraed from
/ I.1L 1TU sixty rounds reporter these
V 1IL LIUUILtI a iJiunk, : to the other calcuLitiou the return This palm w to Lo found in all parts of India cultivation- plant. Cmnd, IM yet emily in a. a minutoifneeoss.iry ; thus &r j of '
toIGET $1Lfl1TP. jUtoof u lierb-vwm* nunuil of ftiont iffiicral'fii 'ut tiio Vermont Central IlaOroAii
AuJ tUtn iuto thv j. nd kor-c-h-a n-k. wiji: i.tanJ thus : from tho Gull of JViiffal t< all tho Asiatic is-l] three mouths doratioiu outstripping tho famous noodle-gun. VAn
'. all article*tlcywto.li The rtems anstraj bt ini elm.,1e l m- that f> wix-Io 1 u-k
the
,, i far iutu*in countrj r >ir'j quite A large amber
|p this 1owst market 8,700 gallons at Is. 7d . . 1.997.15 lands OH its eift\vard, omigciaOy in low moist I or from throe to Mron feet in hcteht, with how aM 1 English vwitiotrj
a Ir, at j'lice..v V V. tL, luIfdoe littlr riki.Vif.VV '* Cir . . . . .:. . :397.1" situations and along the bank"of rivers. The more Iare a Tew uioitunxivii prickle, other wi >Muuollu Fiuw. paper, describing this-in .of hrst* jx >p! V' In In. iy at t-"i'of day l' t'i> pe stilpinu'. ; says: { In* oit tln-tr wjijr weofwani.* In orMjcemrany --
FRANKLIN DIBBLE l'lie wtys, like iltUt) 1rggie, VV Cake from S,48,000 nuts 34 tons. 310. 0 f)hi j') or Ironds are pinng.t<| and from, ftftwn II. Tr % IIIOIfl! Jftfli5 In the 'Asiatic Tteceeareheie( ,' vot V VV V V fh e hu-.iJrud and sixrj oCfull tktet* bad
V Let iuo gi anJ root to- l ty. cuty-llvc fowl iOfl.1Vh Irunk, straight atfiibt iv, piil.: lirst .k' cribcj too lnJuuuicvifjiiiuUiT itnSmcnt I "A gun on this principle would be dual in > \\\-rn [
COMMISSION. MEHtilANT, Jn,.;rfc, wait .1 Jlttlc loJiipT, Tots gro>.greturns for IOU acres 2.7i2.lOsA ttneivd entirely with shf ntha of tlio fionila, rt nawp, Mn-a, and tip srfys 4tFrom the latrvV, I number of shots fired within a given time to tupplic.1, and a l ij. sw'iing of child
>
rA tYJ.SOX; J1.!.E, FL.I. Till your cnotit t-uw.s li ua niu! tiongtr thlapLintCiPJ zn.4t'ni )llOduo4 Cx1t Vt Vtf tctIiCrniVIC thirty guns of the ordinary construction V ttt-etq WtiIl.tdtEC)Zf Rh tLemigrants.-
., Ifiou .u'k iJUlo longer ; very mistaken notion prevails in many 1 or In-ivcij, and tlio blatk L'frw hdrjjko: fibres, tlirt'nL' cdt14d- IlUlTl t' %%Vhiehi th&y mode howstflfl5. roquifacpiwato OUT eTrvt n Lundntl of the di ripW haAT t>asK t.-"Ji sujijjiesffi' ." iiVIg
ininhm lor aUanro* ir or loading after
each
Yoit.T. I1.jie then jiwy nnfKntcrndnaconun ttwty. lartc-is that it is hit to lot the tivcs their called by the Malays, Kjoo: wLrcii. .Lnues in j: dischargo. The i Iii,, Veioioiit '
,LI, ,I i. 1 11. < i n. D.M; : x tw drop I| I: li For full rriptuiM of V bent realise westward by (.* tral, and oootia -
idea
: preparing the f.br si; given way Jp an of what the
--- .- fruit, and ncjt to pi< k the nuts when rij-o. Nature great abundance fnm tho mai' faw $/ these,:..JnGJuiw works, f > "JourMnl of the H.v-tJc. Sw. of | is, is to weapon t is for the j asiiag> of over.twutkoosand; more

E. BUCKMAN, to.Vutol' CuIijies n tIV i -xiar1H.tJ direct cliflereiitly. As soon as tho husk of sheath8. Ah the tit-o atlvanciti in agQ and size, lOftdt)5c' ii VOL Lv, pi, tiv, cultiyatUnk of TLI.M! Jt.u- j suppose holo an ordinary rifle to have a flat ha 1 1 Inwa'Io v V V

./ VKtiftyriLLE, FLOKWA. bj K 1). SliCK.Mr, ilL the ( LiU'! c.i.Unt the tho nut i3 moic )>ro\vu than green it should lw j these- drop off, leaving 'n degruit, e'iumnarI I hi bra wu tint.toj Inches, lu IndLsbyVorUM)> 5'Jl; iy WiHuim Itoxbmxh. IV |K-'wciU-r squared anti into cut in each side of fU powdrr ; <'}'our t>hp! Kvl3 aih etpt teJ to i ; ,
lutrKt Court of Ui(> United: SutitH, for the XcnhmHISTORY I ptkod } t&Ii tr'1itces. : KoyhvGLANCE ihw chamber put a flat,tray!
,.,,Mi ,j x unAi.iu ix i.rnnKi TJMHKK, I eItrk4 cf Fbi ti. picked. 11 then make IfttfT oil and L lur\ about si V __-V I 01 carUtaj laiU silo by aide with thick tb' next fifteen days at N.w Tpkl 4ndiy t1me V
lU'AU, iill.l. IA)(;.;. UlimiLKS, LATHE, Ac. wir than -wh'ii loft to "lirivel up and fall from i iIxnv r leaves annually. and (Veu.h ler.f yields abouttlutcequ.uters A OVKK THE EUROPEAN 'of metal between theft. As the i wall present nmui ftncnts tako tho ttj.l fo *
tILV, tire.Ce of a pound eight of thcsu fibre-s 1 tiaj yiuhwli V
11vc/t
OF FLORIDA.I1Y through ypringliejd and. Vorth-
ALSO IXSAW V FIKLI). i in sideways each cartridge would bo brought in-
!. in his or four pounds and a half. Those fibres ward Montreal
"Dihsrrtation on Pinang"gives I are 1 by along the Grand Trunk, and
to the chamber
MILL MArillNKUY.Moli Little as the people of this ready for discharge. llm: t
some inU-ix-bling details and statistics on I stronger and moio durable, but less f>liaut an I with country sympathise -1 what is done 3Ir. jm> finally quitting the rail at Sc. JosephJ3Id,
Austria Gale's
< i -"* 31flRICHARDS cocoannt i elastic than those of the coir. It and lu-r cause, thuro is yet by invention, except where take the river
Tlio undergoes boats
plinting. no for
troo is to they '
partial
I a Wyoming'
:o ric-- I that fa ftccl slido ,
Unatftppoct of about carries its
but that of dignity her position, lea !- | own chamber for fl\.. .. 7Mft
sandy noil in the vicinity of the HOIU There rparation spinning and twisting i NelJrIIVSkS > the ftu of 6utfittir.
BAXTER aioSeveral each of its .
C II ITEtt %U. (Of all substances gurcd and bulliofl as she has boon on this question partridges, and ia drawn in by the
kinds of vegetable the least sabjott
thee tieo; ono has a yellowish ejoois "lhe.Mornn at homut 1cr.* krcUono'l
nun I IN" FoI\VIUNfl Axi) CiJ'IMNS1UN About ono fourth tho area of tim State lies inn color oltt-cnablo both on the bmnchcfl and un- | to dtxay. It flouts on the eurfiutt of the V which challenges geneial respect, if not I action the of hand.VI'i tho triajgcr instead of being pushed in resident VVI oung, have sent o er nvo hintdrtI -

MKUrilAVTS.HlKSOXriLLX trictly tropical chmato, the toil geiu-ially ripe fruit; its hraiiehr.s do not h-rthp much. A water, and pofaotssca in a lomarkablo dfgreo the i outright sympathy. to far as fighting out thiSchlrswifrIIobtfiu I by method then is its primary value of Mr. Gale'sI wagons to render assutance t'i ''the emigrants

FLOflIDI.tkt light and sandy, though in many placos clay IB swond has gux-n spreading branches, more quality of resisting alternations of heat and | is concerned dliputo on the plains of SiloK'.I small arms, for, wonderful applicability to ir.ilitlry and to thesainU who have been, srattcrul -,(
'. 2$ tiA found between 141k0 OkctliooUx- than moisture. A cabio made of fibre which everybody outl be glad to see j rapidity of fire a ca-
as the At- drooping the fonner, the fruit lieing green ejoo tho throughout the states. Our reporter

ir.. Eliwimi) lLLILL. I i l.intic, wli'To it botouH-6 feiuginous, and in wet colored until ripe, this is, jHrhaps the mobt pro- I hulA been four years exposed to all weathers, V I'nist>ia and Austria doing penanca fir their rob- mont pacify but importance ia of which is beyond com- speaks favorably of the Mormon agents who superiotend -
of the
tory Denmark in tlmt but is ; as qommonly with invoutiuns
boasoiifi, almost impossible, but ditching and lilic; it also ls'i&1* the soonest raised the bow anchor of a merchant ship of way, this an I case this buslmsw, as very courteous and
of
SAVAGE & HAILE, \\ould it 500 tons buried in the panda of the at open challou.o o by Von IJUmark for tho foul inGenyan real merit, sub-Hilary useful qualities ara
for
drainage i <.iami cultivation. It Accoidingto Marshall, 0 to the cocoanut 10quircfi Hoogly, agreeable gentlemen. Of course he hy; nothing
F I(1'JfiS J.V0 COMXISMOX .VKKCIIAXTS. has a dry and a wet bou.son, an attenuate laud a mean tomperatuie oi 72 dog. F. It is a Calcutta ; in two pre\ious attemps at WhkVhthroo alEiirs, and one which it is poifoctly legitimate i always cxtciuLxl accruing and in as this tlis ran o of application is t<> say to them about their peculiar faith and

nocos' WI1MtF, suid sea breeze, and a great uniformity of timporaturo -I mistaken supjobitioii that the cocoanut tree will Kusiian hempen cables had given way.- 1 for Austria to take up. Moro twpecial1 oration of; ease a secondary cons idi i their much peculiar institutions; in business,
almost
FLA. if the I Jls flourish without Besides? making strong and durable coidage the : has she the warrant to show fur her present (V equal importance to tie primary -j however said **
0, 9 JACKSONVILLE, throughout joar. balubrity is care being taken of it This is they are to be A 1.
Tlio wind idea has been indurttd ejoo fibre is applicable to a variety of *} attitude-, when the deliberate vote in the Federal ono found to exist, namely, the n-niark- .
proveibiaL pi e%ailing enstcily com bjr the luxuriant state of purpose abo! -
Diet id borne in mind which j security of the ammunition itself.
to her side
\V. A. McLEAN, ing pure and frcah as the breath of early morning trees in close proximity to houses, and in t-mall for which hoi-sehair and bristles ate now employ- gave TWO EGGSNlFOUU ONIONS.If .

from tho lx>* I hile to Prussia's the suf-
F'' U\VA1U)1NG AND COMMISSION the (VtU1I btreaui which buig-i to ila blioiea tho in an oxterded plantation a regular and not in- The species of CALAMUS, or those yielding the I was given the samo journal remarks : decent reputation for humanity, they most make.to .
that but that of five.I .
constant \sannth ol Uiu ixiuiit<)iial seas, renews exprnslon KyMemf culturts must IKS followed to different kinds of cane, have little the appear-j I I fi-agp]iu mark roprcfcentod has boon to sketch Reposing tho principle applied to artillery, Christendom a moro. V impressive exhibition

4 tho vital force, strengthens the norous power insure success, out of 100 nuts only two thirds anco of palms, as Uioy are usually remarkable > gracious enough ( the main udvanta would be a rapidity of fire than "a mutton chop, four oniofwi; and'two boiled
hL and -
his
AGENT reasons to noted Frenchman
AND TUSL&A3CE: and restores the lont tone of tho bybtom. Until <>n an average w ill! be found to vogetato. Tho for their weak and trailing stems, which often cans a V equal, wo should think, to at least two shots a | egg* "a day." Thfr we

HAl' rzrrr JMerchant, JCA.\ FLA.Mv2i 4| the1 uifl1.r> t Sfminolcai in 1853, this 10gion plants are then ton sot out at intervals of 30 or extend to a great length, and ascend the loftiest I cite admiration, and the perusal of them will not fail with to oxI minute for very heavy guns; and if in ca.imatc j mit, is a*very mall stock in, trade respectfully for a great.sub na<*.

WK Indian counti, tiii whiu uiiiiuiitaaU 40 fuct, the latter if the ground can l>o spared, treca Itntho.se i long stems, which when div different even itt conipaniunxlup IIo entirely or ships, security from danger of rifle shots from tion to open a humanitarian shop with And

ijt'rjtlbcE being cojifiriod to the keys ali>ng its Sej turn} and tho depth will lee nsgulatt by the nature of (' tcd of their bhoathinq' heaves, form the e-anos that his destiny fixilings.is helm to cviduiitly whose loud considers calls t the enemy during loading, as tho embrasured yet it 14.very evidert that the lUdk al are iu.,

"1". 1 borilcr, audio om' or two militmj pobls. >x>improtpess the soil, ami the nut must not bo covered with of common e-bouic so much admired as sticks, ho would hiWlittlo upon ,for dcafno would only require to bo open during the actual 1 1j proud of President Davw' "Lill of lirer j>* ff

-, I wns nmJo T wards w tlliUjj iho inti1S60 cai tli. Tho plant in exposed situations requires others for their flexibility, conjoined with tenac excuse pleading period jof firing ; and if in the field, anne very' they had pracrkod towanU him the splendilhonpitalitr
But his
statements but
amount
.1:. I V iVt aridl jl, which tlw w Mopped, itbt>ll to bo shaded one or two years and no grass i>erniilUxl ity. These, when their smooth and shining s. to a con- decided advantage inde-od over the pfcvnt artillery. which the Black Prince did toward
J VOKSOXV1IT fesHiori of his ambition. Ho socks to the
Attention iii.ii 'l \ P *'"win ag iair-rrie.vej. Tho uuiti.i ipncont to incniaoh upon their roots.M. I d ai.so outaidcfl are soparaUxl in rtiips, are universally "individualism" of the tiurman character change for V Suppose, for evarrrplo, a battery ifii.red };-j the r pf ing of FrauefVh

Miijit I I ; -VVatVV condition of tins *vtion, amihal: Delliimbuldt in giving nn account of Iho cmphi eyed for caning the bottoms of a ahd taken by the enemy, the dcf 'ndingtii' >js ) aKr-wj i 5 slightest reference Li made V to
sentiment
a pioir dv< lopmciit of its ic'urcos would eh.bit \- missions of the Oronoco pays when a cocoanut chairs, of couchcp, and for other articlas. {Some I moro thoroughly wild and IVussocratio. -, being obligdl to retreat, leaving their guns V- V Dr.: Coopcr'u tr (>rt and thi blow torture,of the
'rani
I"B.. B. ANDREWS, demands national toiis'dd.itjDii: plantation is mado a certain quantity of salt is uro t wistod into iviHt in the localities here they I and refuses Joseph to be simply crowded socks out to retain influence" his 1 hind but carry off their ammunition Thew VV 1 lead Turnk y at Fortrrw Monroe, th "two
nf
AT LW ( >ur *nat uc< esoarj h'sijiKj' of m port from thrown into the holes \vlikh receive thee nuts, mdiginous ; but they ate more generally employ own, un Gale's slido guns would bo useless ti the enemy, eggs and the f lilt email onk
A I 4flNJ :tNI FL.1. j troj iv-tl ('lLfltV1U.- sun libifs, 'Ivs, oil nl su- and that of all the plants cultivated by man, ud as ttie k;?, and for mat making and
J ;n AT.sN H.k 1UM tf I ,2iVI.: 1 'I'l.'ti] :m pr< l'i< il fi"iu p'ir t ji-o\v 11115is there are only the sugar cano, the plantain, the woik, as their gjoat strength allows of RUehnasTowbtiips And the largo majority of the German Even bite in. ,nt iny adopted< the aaaru stale and fragrant arguments they triumphantly -

|pt 1I 4 < -gi'iu with; hi>si> :su1 .ui.l i.hiri tropical mamimo, and the Avacado Pear which endure licing rnqilojcd, iia to allow of people, too, arc m yet indisposed to yield thombclvcs kind of guns the slightest difference in the size refute all accusations of cnjJ-lty. 'TToa

V I t'I.'f-E. n. I'hIIEE. Florida will contjtu0 1tv ira Lily. equally irrigation from fresh and salt watt r.Ovoanut large ppif'os being left'and, thus enables strength to \\hat strikes them aa too entire an accord and Construction of the slide would render the manacled .1 distinguished State prisoner1." shouts

COOPER & BISBEE; Kom.Uk;, 2.v hose ol .oi> ations on this coast oil ia now u 'od extensively in the to bo combined with l( htnc
were extensive and accurate, wrote : "1 ha\o always manufacture of cundlos and soap and for lubricating | V of tIlt other, and so guns might bo aban- rcplies the complacent Radical linprP
A rroiiSiY3 j latter mcint irt hia recent letter to the Minister egg.
'LORII'4. ct down the paralli'l of 27 uVg. 40 min. mac hinory in factories aijd on railro.uls.A Canes arc abundant in nil the moist tropical j deuce without much danger of their being tnrn- son him in damp,casemate," hisses the rhahtap
?4tKSVrJlLE, ? for Foreign Affair when be inside the fie- admission
of tho East both the and in {
lThvk.F4t. North l.ililudo as the lino of no froct. 1'ium locomotive consumes btlwcon ninety: and ono parts on continent | e d. as would now bo the case, upon their right- be! public. "Bat we give him onions speaks
Ssinint' ,
ECelh1 etory, that if confcie'ice had buc-n held Lo
(
.cd rrl V this line to tlio] Suiiihi ni oxfxiit is a most always hundred gallons ifOji annually; and the yearly inlands. In Java, thin cane is cut into line slips, a l ful owners in their re-treat. Again, another the Head Turnkey. **Your
would have desired for the German sargeona reports
lillier 9 1 soivnc; on the East sido tl>o coininmi tralcj consumption of oil by the London Northw'osto which are plaitti-l into excellent mats, or made seconiLtry ;i point suggests itself prominently to the mind.- that disturbing; Mr.Davis' sleep two
V Stit intimate union every
B.HART j wind, and on the \Vcat Bido the Apalachi.ui sea 1'ailway for this \uuj>osonlono is moro than 10-, i into strong and at the sumo time, neat baskets. i < "a moro a more powciful" If ten or any other number of shots could boj hours you have rttduced him to the condition of*

SKLLOH, AT LAW, j Intxvxj tix>ni tlio \Vet in the No'lliwitt, icfnh 000 gallojm. The cocoanut valued as it is in i In Japan, all sorts of bosket work are made of I organization, and a moro important position ; j fired with great rapidity without change in the a man Savored alive," growls the Lbndb Timeav"That
AX1) COU that he would have wushed for Prussian
AITOUXJ.V I "more
: JACKSOXtJLL E, FLA. this delightful IV-nintuLi during the Miinmcr, its ripo state, is in tlio countries here it id ind cplit cane, and OVPII cabinets with drawers.i homogeneity and force in the North and for !I position of the jjun at ono spot, say of a fehip's may bo true," rosponds Northern ttcreyv

and 1'iuU-d States Court". hero we find all the products of more Northern gfiioiw, moftt use 1 as an article of dint in its i Though apparently insignificant, canes form plat the flute j Austria nothing but of ilatto-
Yin in a pharso
i> itra-tict-a t"" climes mixed with tho inhabitants of tho tropics, young or gioen Ftato. It thon affords l>othHolid a very cleiisi.leiaLle article of commerce, many empty rapid succession of blows ? If a 600 pounder And as the apologists oi the Inq nttition at
.
w r '. The Emperor of the French disclo to
and this as vflliri the w.itur as. on the l.md: nor food and a ploiR.*nt drink Ixst-jtiuw i jt con nillions' aro annually oxpoitud fiom Asia toI1 } all uhich ** were aimed at a.ship, itnd struck,tho damage desred Fortress Monroe have nothing but ther wrwtched -

DeBRuiSTfe. BADGER, V is there oven eli) gvc.it a cold! as to destroy tlio tains an abundanto of clear fluid, bwi-ct and :i
fruits of tho South, nor so great a heat as to sligbtly itstrir.irrnt hicli rendors it an ztgieta- tribe (iiKH-'titUifie) deserve atlt nt kit. Uio ira- a would be lost and wasted. With a gun charged tion, they keep that before the public, in at le 4
AT LAW, fact, that this id sub
TTOiN1X parch tho produce of tiLe Norlli. ILiin Ls a- bin Ix-vcrago. The pulp "f the young nut is dcli antia yielding arrow loot, and tho cannas which moro important namely, with ono of Mr. Galo's slides, containing 100 five hundred journals. A nation that is, prcmeLue
., of his
O1LAFL.4z ways pro nostiiatol ono or tv.'o days bcfozo it i kate and otisily removed with a bx>on. The yid'l "tous los mois, have, with pax-nnial root- stantially a war own getting up, when ho pound shots and their powder chargr* all of of not starving state prisoners to d at1'1zbe,
addd "In the which it
< hu the
IVui ittfn yromptlj-sU 4ui ie entnwtad 1ke lc o rM falls, and this cither by a moderate dew or no rp fruit is also eaten, but it is more frequently bt x k.s, only annual stems rind leaves. Dr. Iloylo war upon point of them could be fired within the pe.eeof time.it. have'precious'little nni.ptlde.V CaorilbaM

$1I. -! dew at a.ll, ts> tli.it if a very heavy duo falls, it is employed in eookcry; Urn grate-d kernel being says, many of these, no doubt, contain a snifi- brpiking out of, wo the have only two intuiosts;and thopreservation would take to reload the 600 pounder, and with fatten their prisoners of ipaV becSasV thi eat v

:'& ARNOWATTOHXEVS : a certain'sign of min and the same if on a calm pla('(xl in a clotb, wntrr i is pounid on it, a white cient quantity of fibre to be usefully oxtractixl *he maintenance of.tho Kuropuoii work equilibrium which have this advantage in Gale's method.that if the first much better than lcan t The Holy" JII njwUaa1fwLits

AT'tXW AXI I.ICITOIU5 IX night, there be no dcu." juice is extracted by procure, which may with for the poiK>r inakcr.9 A.Rpfxif-n_ of the bitterCuLtlatlVst contributed to build in Italy." we shot did not strke right the least modification of Tiqtims, gpnorously, aftd i.gavtf thtta*flil
In tho d.flbrout exotic fibres propriety bo termed cocoanut milk. Besides on Amolia Island, by ilr. A. Mot, for up the training would the boar
V enunjeratiiig j jtliisn bring gun to more sorts x>f IfimpTating" 'TdjphemTV *&'?*

. 1 V-:4 V _. .O-J. JniQ ,J %_j-ult'v-i.t.il V n-i'lk jx..../5* ; fl.iabjslt iidiblp.narts. hirt or the verv-vfunsr its r.p ficula, r tit*,alone VV _.__,_is._)_ found:_. to abound V in VV a_white.. : Neutral' as it now seems necessary let Iussia accurately, and the second or the third and theft' selfish moUwu.lly thoughtful 'of his
(GraiiHHa such the leavr-s of this 1 aim, as wll ts of some others, is V ; ? '
) M Khp.irtooftlio ; *
1nmj.t V *ttontI1 QflL b rtht.fl in nn rnanygras.ses fa of thin Pailipinb Jslanila, though finer, but fair, then, to consider what woulo" do ino '1e-eIthnfeVt -m- -. V
V }'eb. 2 1 ( ie%. ypaaijidi', spaitum of tlm jLomans, called tho ealli/yr, and forms an excellent vogo- their will into the surging cauldron -
111 of;tie $tlc. J quite aspioductivo. The uiidiib and sheathing swept against effect prt>duce L The consideration is a novel vocatcs f the puniaKmeht of MrJ>aif attempt
V -V:. in the South ot Spain, gnu is ; *xl bj" the table, cither cooked or dressed in stews, hashes, of It i is maiufcfltly not fur ItuLsia's iiitercjt -
; : : grows war. rl HL
offaet'Dr. 1Dtia'
six
:'. T JV footstalk of the leaf gives the fibre. Dr.: lloxburghlO one, dud not by any means irrelevant, for as to Coo j's bill.
L: .. Spaniards for nuJvIng saadals, mats, lidnkpts, or raggout*. to light, since both her social and financial,
describes among a great many plants alight blows of a .hammer might drive home a of fare, simply proves that they hare n* cxcuad
FLS2VEING fe DANIEL; V ropus; and alw sacks, nets, and toils. The Tlie beverage known as toddy or palm wino, which imply her military, condition has undergone -
yielding fibres, L'rotaltui'i Juucea, (Stout or I'any, nail as close as one strong blow driving it home for their treatment of their Qlastrioaf: prtaoner.
.vrrouKKYs AT f.AwJjL'ksOXriLLE Mon ja of India (sac>od by is obtained from the flowor-epathca, before tho often called Indian Hemp,) as ,tho only plant considerable change since tho Crimean dt once, so six or moro quickly repeated blows of The treatment of Napoleon at$t.J leL ua.wsui V
V the boatmen about lionaros for making towropes flowors have yet expanded. Tho o are themselves and she has much to' dd to establish those
I FLOXIIHLFA. cultiatxl by the natives to feel: their mitch war, ono hundred pound shots upon tho same spot most atrocious, but it was incomparably le4t
I if liotiJes; tho alwvo,tlie sacred gi ass of the astringent, and used medicinally. To cows during thft dry Boason. It tears two or projects of internal Lhprovomont, of social bono- might produce a very considerably destructive than that which Mr. Davis has recenrctL. Aflcz

VVV Ilindotfi, the Dalix koti.sha of the Brahmins rocurc the toddy, the fcj ath is first tiMI with the three- cuttings, after which the plant perishes.The .- licence, and of wise and liberal administration, effort, which, although it might not be equal to a most careful examination of the subject,we

S. M. G. GARY, (Pea cynosuroidos), is mfldo into rope in Northwest young Iwives, and is then cnt a little transversely produce of the cultivation of this plant per which will again make her one of the gigantic that of a six hundred pounder direct; tnighttbp feel no hesitation in saying, that until" the con
from the and beaten either witli the
India. Thueo fibres luive great tenacity, top, 700 Ibs. Its to the boot powers of tho r-o'rld. Yet it iriust bo remombor- curtain of and in the dition of Mr. Davis aeIirato.b
ATTOUXET AT LAW, ado averages strength, more bciifg accomplished j was -.Prew-
particulaily the moonja. Tliis ii also >SMiht handle of the toddy knife or with a piece of hard beret that the mcmorio*. of the Crimea areas
: 4L.I M. IIIOsV jOUN7E. FL-I. rope > IK Russian hemp bears a proportion as G td 4.Moorva co'hilict of waif.u'o, the certainty of doing a dent Johnson, no great State prisoner qf moderfL
O ,
Uiv Saie and trilled 3latw Courts >otl of lightiif&ti, so advantagotis for rigging, wood. After borne days an eaithcm vessel, or a Fibre, (tamerirra zeiflnnla,) a genus of ranking in.tho breast of the present Czar as are given amount of harm is perhaps preferable to times had been treated as the late President ol
\m |.ra. V.1* in is alU niato tovet calabash, is hung to the spalhn, so as to receive in the mind of the third Napoleon. V
and uninjured by those of Waterloo V
V. 3 roPA1 exposure liliaceous plants, of which individuals are abundant the chance of doing a greater amount of harm the Confederate States was treated Igr'his cajKtors.
YfV s aa-1 drying. 3. These grasw would affoid a the toddy as it cxuilos. Ticks is collected every in Africa and southern Aida, extending to The ganio for Italy may be or doing no harm at alL And if they have no better defense than

P1LN'IS \ViIEATON, veiy ample bupply t>f half-stulffor pajicr uiakei-s uioniing and otcuing; the path being ctlt it little Java and to, the coast of China, is known in put in positive hazard, if at the critical moment "Altosother the contemplation of Mr. Galo'a "eggs, onions, mutton chops: and oyster?* to.

and at a Jioap rate V tiiy day. England as Bowstring hemp, because the natives she allies herself actively vTith Atistriit. Tho system raises no many new considerations and make, they had better plead guHty,". aid .throw

r 7'iKXEr AT LAW AXD SOLICITOR IXJACKSDXY1LI.I' The screw r rrw TmnlaHnecat.cei)
f ,rA.-.etR F. danuii' doralj n. 11 boLiniflts, on account of ing it forms a pleasant drink llirt fermentation Dr. Roxburgh describes tho plant as common loom up in portonioua proportions. She inter as to tend to carry one's thoughts into The inhuman and persistent perseentioa 'ofMryDavw ,

VLA.o Un> x
L e corner Fortylh a ..J MaiLet ttrtrli.W n.fli: loiig.tiuli'i. libi-es from the leaves which it has been c-olloctod, and it ia then tied by the growing under the bushes, and easily propngatod for her indr pcndonce; she may do it again to beeping of thorn within the boundaries of l gitimatto thing of which'any respectable Eejee: Vouldbo

-.:1cc.-- V niatto *"hUx.! \< *-Y matting rw well c .rdHge.- tLkC1sft5ySLSt. The fermented liquor or toddy on almost any soiL from the slips which issue spite Franco through Itdly. conclusions very difficult. To hear the heartily aahamod.- .iclutwnd Tuneu.

M. IVES rSomu ot JU' ', < iiouiun in orfHKihn water -.w much drank by the natives ol India; at oliur in great abundance from the roots, requiring It does well enough for an English minister rapid discharge---as fast as the reports can be

; COCaST.LLOllLAKE : :i i AW /along with tin mm grove, 1 and yield a juice times RpiriU Ls distilled from it, and fomu the little or no care, and not requiring to bo renewed to announce with a great show of liberality the counted-of one of these slides of cartridges in V THEN: AND V

ATTOHXEY-AXD from which s iif.n is iiiaJc. No production of l45t kind of India Anack. liteR, if at all, as Uw plant is pcronial.Tho .- sympathy of his Government for Italy in her any small ann is to realize better than words Before it was Known. tWt- State* could.oomit

CITY; FL.tI, 1 the vi-gt Lit I t.V Ivi:i.idom combines M many uso- Ono hundred g.illons of toddy produce by distillation leaves, when thus cultivated, are from three wish to *in Vonctia; but let it not be overlooked can givo an idea of the murderous rapidity of treason and that their treason made,traitors

IK.- "3 if !: hit tu.iUu| ii1' UVI. Palm family (I'lilmrrceae twenty-live of arra< k, or it make bo allowvd to four feet long, succulent and abounding in fibre that Lombardy and Tenico were portioned ,i fire .which this means affords. Armed with such of ill their citizens, when" Massich'usetts called

| Thi (xanut I"nn, (core nucifci), in one ot the to undergo the acetous fermentation and remarkable for fineness, and tenacity. The out to Austria by the same Holy Alliance i weapons, a single regiment of Infantry would for help in.the maintenance of these BOW treat*

CLGILLIS, .)_ Bxti u !%i ol the family. An old \\ritorin produce excellent vinegar. Or, instead of being fibre which extends the wholo length of the which the first Napoleon succumbed, and that i literally and absolutely pour forth a veritable satiable and JiynMhlft ideas of Otis; Gadsden

I ATTORNEY AT LAW, ldtc > "*' tli lt >yal Society of England allowotl to fwment! the lo ldy may bo mado to leaves, is easily SL-paratod from the pulpy part she holds and governs them by thcjr warrant to i storm of bullets; for assuming such ti regiment and l ria>liq, South; Carolina responded w th

!>M ;i I'ALATKA. FLA. &' li **'*' < i" t palm is alone Bufficiunt to yield a JjT t dd otjayyay or sugar. 1 8. For by scraping, V or it can bo uinovod by steeping day. England, of all others, can ill afford to to bo eight hundred strong, it could certainly such ajnJ alacrity, that, a great (!) Northern

,r j build ng.i.i ii > 1 a ship with bieadwincwat tiiis purpose a supply ot sweet toeldy is ptociirod the leaves in water till the pulpy parts rot.- revile Austria, even by indirection for holding i throw forty-eight thousand bullets tho face of man said, Massachusetts sounded" (he trumpet,

B. DawkJJis ...' and other comoditers. I and of faithfully by that which she was obliged to but to South Carolina, it iu owing Oat ft was attend
James I oil, viiu ,' .1 C mornings evenings, jwirticular care being Forty pounds of frfcsh leaves yield ono pound on its enemy in a single minuto of time. '

rruUNEY AT LAW AND SOLK 11 >J. IN I iuiu'i-aiin''., hi- :> ldzz 1 in vessels whorothe bottom taken that the vessels employed have been well clean fibre. Ono acre has yielded 1613 pounds accept Turn which way they will, all parties i The invention has been tried in the presence to. Hftditnb b foi S 1th'CroUnj

KQU1TY.IVt. j and the v.U< lc irgo hath boon from she muiiificioneoof cleaned and dried. Eight gallons of sweet teddy of clean fibre at a gathering, two of wliich maybe in Europe behold the ghost of that unholy coalition : of the British military snthoritieA, who give it t i na Congress would then have happenel' Tefily -

17 cA.vLriu.FLA. '! Uu pn'jn' | boiled over a slow fire,yield two gallons of a rcconol on yearly. A lino four feet/long, of absolute power confronting them. And -warm approvaL so impressed with this fsctwasVr..ce.rtain

On account .if 110 commercial and domesticvalue lusciously sweet liquid, which id calludji'ury or mido of moorva fibre, bore a weight of 120 Iba. it may te repeated against Napoleon the nephew. V Northern"writer !named Bancroft, that he issued'

A V. KNIOUT.orMa*. E. W.D1M1..u14I'- of tins "rni.coof'l'alms," and ita thorough sugar water, which quantity bt-ing again boiled, when a cord of the same size, made of the best Rusti* ia gathering her.forcc* on the Austrian TUB EHUSSIAN MEEOLE OCX.Tho a historical decree in the following language :

4( iatr City, Fta. At Ftnmt ..i. Fit.' ailapfation to iR" coast from Jupiter Inlet to the coarse brown sugar called jaggory is pro Russia hemp bore only 105. Tho former, after frontier, and will soon bb in position to avail needle-gun" in use in Prussia is a formidable ? "Bo it remembered That the Wee ng of Union -

KNIGhT k BIIOOME thn mouth nl tlw (!aloo8ahatchoo nvcr, its history duced. 11G days macoi ation, boro a weight of 301ba, herself of circumstance. Gorma'nVintmy concentrate weapon-described by the London is due to the iwann-heartedneM of South

aJid uaus aro .ondtaiBod from tho celebrated To remove the cocoa nut husk an iron spike when the latter was completely rotten. Notwithstanding 'around tho standard of Austria, ft gainst Times as a converted Enfield on the Snider system Carolina (!) She was all alive,and felt at every

V AT1UKXKYS AT V LAW; SOLICITOUS J.YCHASVERY 1'rusian liotanidt and travellcr.Dr. You Martisus; or sharp piece of wood is fixed in the ground, tho extraordinary strength and tenacity the plans and approaches of Napoleon. And with improved ammunition devised by the pore;,and when we count up those.who, above

V : llumbuldt, Kumphiius, and others. 5. the nut w then forced upon the point which passes of this fibre, it is soft, hair like and silky, England may perforce bo dragged into the fray, "Woolwich Labrat ry. Thi? riffle possess the all others, contributed to'the grea't remit; we are

.C03IXISXIOXKKS OF DF.KDSrvntt lids Pitlm is ono ol' the great ornaments of through the fibre, thereby separating this j resembling that of the pino apple moat closely. finding or thinking it ncevssr to put down the advantages of being' simple, safe, ehcrfp, non- to nrfme the inspired ftiaVtiiian, James Otis, and

,, diir.-rt'iit s-nu-A 'V1fl give MW JJ* StlL fltiOflV tinbhorcifi of tropicjtl countries. Tho cylindrical rind from the shell. A man can thus clean The tow is excellent for paper making.11 fray, finding or thinking it necessary to put capping, and little" liable to get oat'of order.- the grsjttteinn,1 the magnanimous, wwarcring -
V a'J m imHri** the ,dUfrflhlt I) stems with a diameter of one to two foct, attain loath daily. The or forty cocoa V species ) Moreover, it does not require such a reduction of I IJUTTLB
n "
iti tLr Fcd&r*! tho of Pitt's time felt it
n China as England necessary Gadsden.
coir. which the beautiful fabric known as V
Court of thu Urnte okn of trom to hundred nuts gives six pounds weight from
ation the of
tn t l 2 Itprt.ta, *n4 in tle ajin1ne an sixty ono to crush the whoso ideas the stock as to destroy efficiency a weapon -
clUiur Luke Uity or F run"- from nut oil has far the cloth is mado. This plant is the Boehmeria to combine Emperor
Pt.O ,. (JUT e&.htri. is ii-ct and are surmounted witli the crowns of nu- The gas light cocoa so grass ix Socnt Axmci.-A letter from
41z& K.E.. udcc at eeL it botanists uitica tcnaciBeima of Dr. Itox- are still at work in every part of Eurojic. which for military purposes u required to act ,
haxiiu .in mwotis VVhiCh from tlwir quality e.f daylight that, with tho dillbrcncobetwoetn of Rio Janeiro dated June 3 "The ofa
appearance news
wavy
-lIES- Iif- uiay KUiwtet Iw said to Lo feathery Icnves. lh %y tim Mowers of sulphur ami wheat flour burgh, chu ma of the Chinese and Rhea of As A single campaign is expected to settle nothing. as pike as well as< fire-arm.. A portion of the great battle, between the: ,Paraguayan says; and the

fthicJi cannot be It requires moisture and shade, as well as When the grand combinations are made, side of the breech end of.tho barrel is cut V
are by botanists often c-allod fronds, and by may bo !*.silr distinguished, sam. npper allies has just reached this point. 'According to
LAW ) : traullera thiao l Utalka often calletl branch with anyother artificial light Cocoa nut manure to give a quick growth of eight feet and the reserves begin td bo-: brought up; tho" V
>K> are dono which all of oftt for th% ttdmissioit oi the cnrtridgo. This vacant the impcrieett account, reeerred, the Paragnatans -
V of the from which fibres six feet lorn can:be produced. drama will assume a shape wit can
tho ?
es. They are gigantic in size, buing about oil is liquid at ordinary temperature V V it appears, had intrenched themselves cstbo
A lIS FiN is but becomes solid The first cutting is ooarsobt, fit only for,, cables, ua better ooniprehond. Bokton Tott. space closed after loading by a lump
JA lES twenty lout iu tenth, with u uCrong, tough countries where it produced, V V V isthmitf f&rihtfl by the junction of thi* Parana

.V : .' Block Xortliwt corner VT.1ef etalk, which loriiia the midrib, and has a num- at lower temperatures. Tho solid fat of the tho second and third crops gives delicate" fibres eteolo-the brooch'-storper" or "breCch-piece" and Paraguay rivers,'* 'ffitte below Httteaha.whfen .

.t*r ratn.f Ding t tore.EMnffilTJMfe$5&,. %, be r of narrow and Ion,* leaJlats ranged along cocoanut b distinguished by the name of Cocein. for the finest fabrics. The aggregate produce TREASURY ClllCULAR CONCERNING which hinges' upon one sidSf tst the barrel, and, Oenv" Ir lorez, oifo- .tuft "ffo mdrtof'

the two sides. '1 ho fruit is borne in bunches ol This is manufactured into candles which closely during the year is about ono thousand pounds 'IMMIGRANTS..Tho breech the face 'of which the allied forces, fell >into kit*mb > nd.irafll
forms false against
; : : \\uich there arc from eight to twelve,each bear resemble th/wo) made from wax. In space per acm It sells in the English market for VV 60, following circular has been issued by the a beaten by Gen. Lope&, flora in.this aflairldit
$ miles the to 80 and even forVfl2Oa ton.12 of the Treasury the back end of the cartridge rests ; the barrel
ing, on trot growing in favoruUo tutuatious of one hundred and eighty-four along i Secretary, ; V V V V four guns and two thousand men in .kffled awl
rjlYSICIASf AN1> from five to liltuou nuts, .so that each tree may coast of Ceylon, more than ton millions of cocoa In thus grouping a few of productions "of VV 'TunsvnDiirAttMsTJune 23j I866 It, hi f&t,,shortened to this extent. A, plmtger prisonersl He would hare t sissi amdh&ated had
JAfKsosFTz FLORIDA. fix to hundred estimated to bo growing. The other countries which might become profitable "Sir : The fourteenth"soctfon of the'act'to regulate of the V V hammer of'ti -
l &bt room on the produce >iu eighty ono nuts annually. nut trees are or piston, transmit tho blow not 'remainder "idBsd S -
S4rnn11J1 mci, jccna fWor, Its duration doe not generally exceed valno of those may bo judged, says a standard staples of our own, it hoped a stimulus will the carriage of passengers-Tin,steamships the atoppc/ta'tho, of the cartridge Generals Osorio ,and Mitraje 4o Js r

eighty or ono hundred years, at which period author,? by on enumeration of some of the articles bo given to enterprise in, this belt of Florida, and other,vessels, approved March 3, l86V V provides through cap sites and compelled Lome, to IUVb$5J 1
which promises such rich returns. From Bow- that the sum jof ten dollars shall bo paid which u withdrawn after! firing by s! 1it&ViU-
from them.
its mean height is about eighty foct.It prepared latter, however, retreatedm'good oj, r _, ibt
Dr. sTEE1: is said that they should bo allowed from 1. Arrack, (the spirit under tiiis name, made ditch Point to Jupiter Inlet there is a shore line to the collector Tjy the''fffrister1, ca'pWin or owner rtrnraent which fi1fl8V part of the stopper. V his entrenchments-"carrying along- the gone he"

1 p ; rem.yp4 WI Ofltc to theLtY 1111 ca.UmV twenty to thirty fact spaco ft part, but twenty- from the cocoa nut blossom, is far superior to of moro than two hundred and fifty miles, while of any ship or'vessel coming frdirf'tl foreign port Tho cartridge ia on the'"Ventral firo** system had captured- V and hii prisoners-'withoob. *-** -

1. cntr the In1fl 1IOU4O Oil 1ty Be vun foot every way u preferred byf. imntns. the llatavian arrack made from rice) which is facing the Southern border is B line of Keys, for every passenger, other than cabin passengers the chief nordtica being the crfse and IIt- c.td.by: tfn enerayv L
This will trees acre. Theyshould distilled from the sweet juice of the incised flower varying from ono to &iv irD.1 hundred acres.-- above the age of eight years who .shall have .
give nfty-eight
rr id Tiu! bo manured the first two per with weed stock termed Wherever a settlement V has boon made throughout died on the voyage by:_natural disease, atuHhe As regards the former, the object has been to A PxataH1 or IjorwiAX*,.- A paper Di1rI.W

.HTECHEIit; Iff. D.ru81l1AZ and a.Itrnud supplied with years water in dry 2. Toddy, in itself a delicious, wholesome beverage this whole extent of coast aud islands the- said collector shall ;pay the money, thus recofrcd provide a case which* %hall uncoil or unwind toa in.Iho district-of>A vwioflK Lc nilana!, ? &ss1
!. D. and other. are actuallygrowing and iu such the ,Secnv of:tho condition o{ sri uItural property
V weather. The land must bo kept clear ofwoods, when diank fresh drawn before the morn cocoa nuts palms at Bnch times manner as certain extent on discharge. The bullet is a itoxy '
V { UILU Z till the matured to abundance of ing sun has caused fermentation to commence.V as luxuriantly as in Ceylon, on the Malabar taryoffheTresnryby general rules, fihall direct there: Nearly nuw-ttnthi of.the alluvial lands'
plant* aro givo in the Laccadive 'Islands. Five. hundrcd board commission by combination of"various constructions, none of of our parish tire underwater, ami Jbtef-aflJwot V
but coast to appointed
36 Jaekwuivllic forlh'3 WpOOfL air and In five when well cared Jaggery, a coarse, strong-grained, peculiar or V any or V
1.tVINO ijjjng rtUr1e th4ipSetioo of liii proftOfl. OU V bii1nI for the Aowers light becxpctteiVbut years tho plant flavored sugar, (well adapted for crystalinttion -'V thousand acres planted with this valuable and acting under tho.authority of the stafe with thorn original,W"producing together project- the cotton andoorix planted "JnVdattrMjeil by

ii4 th pulic. V may treeVwith'sixty to the aero each V producing'the which the where euchlship'or, vessel arrived the overflow., In the*djetricta whct# th water
%to IfS Mtmta cornefotFcwSlth ne1i1jetm. will not bo in fail bearing before the seventh or or'refinery)/ made in abundance from in port Do of ft sufficiently 'distinctive character.. It ; : ,
()iflu at)i4 tO rI1nnce, V minimum yield of'fiftynutsj. would give one and ia situated, &c. Twill thank you to make ; has not d mo tho roiaehx*, firtriM**? *-*'ilSpi.tit'wurk1 .
Jsckion-t3te,$WUIrJ From fifty to ono hundred nuts, according teddy. of thoTSn- '
eight year., iris the'general'formrand appearance OMM'Q'
& in lii the
4. to maoo irom WJULBwn a half billionp.i Deduct fifty per c nt anittho out and transmit &"this department report ;
the annual Vingcar equal any
; ; to soil and Ono situation hundred, are nuts will yield < prepared, from the toddy, and used for making remainder tha market value would realize detail showing tha amount of. money received field Riflo bullet*with it* hollow base and baked tatkq t1toV&da..a : t
Qtb2VrR of tree. v
crop whod the a oil expressed at least two exquisite from the young shoots. more' than thelcotton and sugar crop of tho State under this act in, your district and the .disposi clay,p1u ; it has the cannelures which origtf- Never, durinjc e Wor4:;Uyt*AT4f have we. wjtnefsttl :
.t cttYnI Is properly period of ton of its history:-' that has boon made"of it'from 'tho ( i wtofe 7-pcct 11 and elastic and having for any past years tion "passageof the Minio
IdII J b1 tev emeoon gallons and a halL A grove of one hundred 6. Coir/orropos, strong nally char&cWizsd the Tamiaior and "
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-Iiently Ioc'ted wI1t$11Le of the islands in Charlotte Harbor, and e'aid I 1866."Tho .- V ; : r _
On act to ,
whee he best one Jury ; V ,
L'ff* $tA' & which the property being preserved : V V
2eT of A4 b.D4 acres would give ,SOO treos at 50, nuts peculiar bullets and the wood plug in the head to which : 4 ;V VVV V
few nut troe mark ectionofsaitI ;:
vbeflflCd a
Fort cocoa seventeenth act requires
fuufl at Myers, a V& io
tn*>-290 Oftfl nuts, and 2)4 gallons of oil for use in soa water. V VVV c ? Thua-poa !
per settlement. Mr. Daniel Davis an enterprising examine each Mr. Mftttord and Mr;Whitworth :may lay Borne 4
100 would yUid 7,250 gallons, at the low 6. Brushes and brooms of various descriptions.. former tha collector to emigrant ship-or teeent wi4tct saysIb.tgiub kii.

rto per of ono dollar would furaishas the gross re- ,J. Matting of excellent quality. V dtien'ofitoy West, planted a email vessel on Ua arrival at V his V port, and ascertain daintl The cartridgo is perfectlyy impcrrioua of Ihd croblftdcft ftJitgs' faflttrwortt thtfl1 vagine
instead of llofters for houses.' grove at Capo'Sable.1' Several V stately troea on'Knight's and report to'tho Secretary of the Treasury''the liable lead ?& rcro'$
torn molt the sum of 7,250or if to moi4are r it is safe, not ; vto or fourv' moire tM
9. Oil of much value and now used for candles Key attest the enterprise of Mr.Charles time of sailing, the' length -of thDV&Toyagethe *
at $10 *
rn&kinoil ths oH UM> not per a JargujIye&mess** 'Sfi"laUthe
yourseU
planter rounds
admits of about fourteen, being
: thousand bx wJizos f2900L The land roquircsjjKjfstotioBj lamps, in medicine, for lubricating, and, Ilowa. to extend the growth of tropicalfibres) in ventilation the number'of ,passengers, their foul ; it ; L thejLyt &Tl!* ca
pitt
-' afUar tho fourth year, and the oapakiilgi Florida.. V Small groves are found on the Atlantic'coast spacemen.board thcirfood. thO.,flutiYO country fired in a' minute;j and: it shoots from twentytotwfentyfivepcteent of'i cSI

,* -4td8 thij smrioVamount for throe quarters ,12uttors-or wator spouts V,or conveyaney for but no enterprising'hand increases the. of thq emigrant, the number of deaths, the ago ;: V DettqTfthan thu uan'wp Irhord fa tnt an w'iccrtk1att

V 'tury. But there are' other advantages which Iho hollow item or trunk is so well adaptod. -" area of growth. V -j. V V 4 and sex of those-*who died during thd voyage, Enfield ammunition. V 'VV i : tht-bsr .

: June* 'jfc-77' jasxho gross receipt.far oil. The coir'madothe % V VV V V together7 with hia opinion oi tho cause. of.their; V 'j.V V ';, ? ,,1 j.tf. j.ircjfAX

-husk of lie nut is calculated to realize 1 1, Thatching cottages.: VV V I. Hie tropical fibres Imported Into the United State V VV *V mortality'if anyonboard i if, .none, yhat earth! ; 'itmla

iJ oiPPi VV pearly one fourth of tho'proceeds of the oil, but 12; Alkaline ssho: from the burnt leaves. for M&flaIIetp44.3lI,431 the year 1800 (Custom:UOUM valuation etrta-l,63l,8ft4') were: > precautionary.meaauroe, arrangements or haKta SjotB.-rNothmg on cart> reflected :
: Oems may"ilash =
putdown at ono fifth there Vj in addition to' 13.'The roots are muticatcdin place of alien PUaiUernp*....'...,.,'...,.'... *,630cwta,-. V2,114, are Bupposed to have had any sad'what agency but human beings diamond flajn'compared with
nuts nnt& VV V V V V Coir, etc... ,.;..'.>.v.'v..V.4.112.583c_ 16S.089 ini causing the.exemption..i'romand after the light, but what ia a
thewlnoofthe oil H4O., apVenty-fltre ... ,...,.... '. 287387 V &b-racethatca -
Baskets of the shoots. C ,- H 1st day of Julyr 1866, you will 'make monthly o -
are obtained fiffleaW troe'tM roturu wduld-bo 14. young 0axiy Cloth.'. .,:.;:;.::. 'VV V flot5ifl0111ht0ft )u4tl1acannotoreonua
Drums of the crust of the trunk V reportetoUio6eirefaryof .thaTroasury wtre-V 1n&cocuyeikb7.the di&timt VV V '
'L4SO3 912,050; and this from ono hundred acres of seaside Iff VcV : JI V V' .

flxEl 4Zr4I&ER Of sand Bat even this .doc s not exhibit the 18'Fcticulatod: .clothcradlor or eounhoB for, '"V Total From the U. 8'Heport. OCmne.ndl'savmgtto4 .said Boction;and;Jn" 'accordance'1' "' jritb t driesupontheatalk.brioty is nightv'and /
whole r turn Each nut may. bo .calcuLited to infants. VV (1S.0>U ppes r that the cocoanut imported intotbaUnlttMl V tV4V hovorf genttt.btWOCe1tVbOtbi fl4 D1O14" &Eirostit; tAninP4

fr1'' ta4 give a quarter of apound of oil cake,'boing the I?. Prheterinigiat buds ''uscl instead of esb- HuOcd had a Custom lloune roluo eft.107112 bf the : ;. ing than either.xsaf ii. --J ) {
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Offie'- II refuses it1eE expression; fit for fiodfiijf all kinds b_: jwg iUon toconsuts th.value of f 4V7iwc$Lmor rI' I *..* !t U 2 ;: i V

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-- conference with him, where President Houston, twined tho Palmetto Cockade, that presented National Government is indispensably necessaryto -.A i "

J0nita: [ ituiga.( speed in tbo proud carver that surely awaits (cOMMt XCATKD.) Yttloe and Niblack were present, he declined to banner; itwaYher bright smile and cheering the strength and the defence of the Republic, --'.;

them, pregnant with the riches of the coming jACKfco.\A.iLLK July 12, 1866. with tho question to'whero tho 111mbould word of love-!(tho 8OLli 1'S' best reward)}that ansi to tho maintenance of tho public credit flEMAIlXff in .Oust Oles, J.eclIOII "_ "
with instructions be taken from, but said that ho v harvest of their labors. .Jfrur,. EiMon: ln compliance sent him forward to duty and too often death; -
after and the
States m
connectionbuiltSoon tho United OISnU&I" UST.
Oak of
Live
I JACKSONVILLE., ., JUT.Y' 1*, 1866. But Florida, and Jacksonofllc, and Fernandina I herewith furnish you'a copy of the proceedings that have, the Capt. 'airbanb"as commanded! throughthe and it i is woman now.that ..hall'p e from nine District Tcritories of Columbia, who in n spirit! of patriotism A-A h Daniel !ILIraul

I J.'X.!. ,E rroa liD hnratnoL w hat shall we say of THEE: Alas we have of a'rallcd mooting of the Jacksonville Secretary of war to tab tip tho rails" on tho reproach and forgctfulncas our brave soldier and love for the Union can rise above personal AIdc AIpsimt lean F:5 8 Luc IMlg,,T W' '

-. vainly stood by thee "in six troubles; but we light Infantry, which you Will confer a special F A. & G. C. R R.:, and the Florida Road.- dead. and sectional considerations and who desire B-Brown Ker Jwi PlMfloryr.obeit Ju

'Uw..KJS & Curoa.wish' ,matter- of interest to 1-b companies again united and employed ? National Union Convention, .blatk Win W.-ti"
STLELE *UCUT* shall "not fornke theo in the BC"cnth.0 favor by publishing as a two to see a truly J""a
Smith & IVCB, Banks k McLepd, and Fleming.Judge The object of this meeting L,to organize a society all the States and Temto- llanyM'nrvt.Ursbahi.Jacob K..cJi1'W:
shall
which represent
ask that motives and be the of the city.
only our position understOod public
Dawkins granted an IDjUndlonlutCapt. shall not be ephemeral in its character, assemble as friends and broth 1I11rphYail L
that Union U S
nee tho Hrayton J.I>
::4 We to dnw the attention of our ret claiming to have risen above all mere This oH corps having determined to reorganize Fairbanks felt that under his military orders he institution established by ourselves ers, of under the national flag, to hold counsel to- Brown Rev J Cnctia Jo"- .

t, a ne ace o Sp a1 i ourcolumnc. sectional views and feclinprs. several previous meetings were held, and could not obry the civil process he was put in .but a permanent and continued through time, by our chilI gnther upon the state of the Union and to take .\f'De' B TetcrBtatuhard Pivnnttt BfflBS'Mitebeljg

I I Itu roochedfor t us aa a good article, --- after recruiting up to tho number required' by I contempt of court, and a warrant ISSUed for his I dren's,children. measures to avert possible danger from the same Fred U N-No J A ,
CALLS FOR A NATIONAL UNION CON hhn
and when tho sheriff went to arrest part in the
take
arrest, of tho AI8OClattonwill arc especially requested to C-Cote&1&Co2 Noy
nd we Intunt. recommend atriaL VENTION.We the military laws of the State, reorganized somo The prominent purpose
_ his was surrounded by soldier Ctibbagdc G y Nixon
I ._ in I.ake City, room raise funds to erect a handsome monument choice of such delegated Coward
( two or three weeks ago a\follows, viz : iced there G Patti n Anderson to I ro bo to in such ConTention Cardery P Voincet C rPhilllpaJ
by 11 in
." : ETC lay before our readers today two very to the soldiers of Florida, who died her no delegate CUwdrv Albert RClatk Pf'UlOnl S
1.nmiRoA8 Holmt Steele, Captain; 'r. E. Buckman, tect him from arcst whilst performing hra military which while :t will commemoratetheir who docs not loyally accept the national Wm SI
interest- important papers and invite their careful consideration Martin Second Lieutenant duties. What, more could the Companies have wrvice-ono and endorse the principles Clark FrankCbrWybors P.MT
1Yely b out r a First Lieutenant ; Edwin will do equal honor to the gratitude situation, cordially Henry
rag letter the of Railroads, and of the subject matter. Somo time A. A. Can- done P Soon after that, the Secretary of War gallantry, of tho State. "With above set forth and who is not attached, in true T S K-KobertaTao,
upon subject ou C. C. Hemming, Secretary; Howard ., an and taste of the women Cjvan TlMM H Roe Edward _.
John nd
more Georgia ConnoctK>nwhich last winter we advocated the holding of a Convention Treasurer James Crabtree, T. F. Bridier, Mr. Swldon, sent out Bill before Judge this is the equally commendable purpose of establishing allegiance, to the Constitution. the Union>%} Litcat T3cnj Roses 0
filed
Jy'.e ova Attorney at Law, who a the Government of tho United StatesAVASKIXUTOX :: Q i.4onMr.. RoMJa
< in of the excluded Statos, in order that in Houston T. II. Livingston asking to i an Anniversary of Memoriai-Obijerv- -... *
I ouvH i.1 J. 1L Livingston, John C. llawkins, Confederate States Judge, and Juno 25, 1866.J'_ Record Jacob
t a Tof the of which will bo to renew /
I that it so authoritative form correct D. Scott Richard the Florida R. R. Company from obstructing I anccs, object A. W..RASI h .s..
fat t.t public, t a a expression Thomas Hamilton, E. : enjoin \ once in each sncrccding\ycy. tho >ALU {*'r. \ R.t4it.oi Boberl
from its ornamCn
b r it & last winter, without suggestion might be given to the true political status of Booth, Win. Caulk, 1!. E. Homes, Sydney road. Mr.the Yulee taking employed up of tho Smith iron and IVCB, graves of soldiers, whether strangers or\#'riJa's O.J. IS.H.JWOr Buow'i- :G, .11.- RojenKJ Reed Joe

: from any qu but simply in view oftho those States, with a view of placing themselves Robiou, D. S. higgins, Lewis Jaconay, M. J. Banks & }McLood and Judge Baltzcll, pendingthe own sons, the memory of whom would ot ncrwise" EDGAR; COWAJT ".1r y l. '.., R.da Jack

intrinsic of the we attempted before their and the Mark Wm. :Marianna threatened raid sink into oblivion, or worse than even the forgetfulness bgk*AwfJnEErwin Win
:: meit su\jt aright countrymen Phillips Frank Richard Manucy argument at a of the grave"digraee.This CHARLES KXAP, ;iv John
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t arouse the sentiment' of.tf Foil world and thus dk-arm of their mischievous Houston, F. A. Poullcn, D. P. Smith, Cyrus broke up the Court, but the Tallahassee cause was subsequently whereJudg' society proposes moreover, to make provision SAMCKL FOWLEB; If-Frockl I.** vO t fKlci .>, IS-Stnnt JSHod ChI

and of the F. .t 1 G. C. R. IL, t the vast im ability to injure the political liars around Washington Bisbee. Uriah Bowdcn, H. B. Hoke, R. E. '' Hawkins elaborately delivered argued his at opinion, to ,tho effect for the education of as many children State oldeceased of Executive recommend Committo tho holding National of tUb Union above Club.We con- -OainCfcGrM.John.erfdu.
tho
of
the State consolidating the road and the mischievous radical of the Houston. it for public soldiers in every county Tbenlor Jtanj
i that
pc t press was taking private property disabled vention, and endorse the call therefor. Gage ShuOd D K
the basis of the of tho surviving for the welfare of tho Government and Florida, and also provide for as many Game IMchardGrimUe Som. Frank
f 'it t P. & G. R R upon North, as well as that salaried swarm of pro- These compose tho larger portion use with tho means DAXIF.L S. NORTON, Lwrene J

tho Florida Connection, and fussional slandererstho live by defamation, members of the corps, to which were added that ho would enjoin the companies from puttingany Soldiers,Association.as may be compatible J. W. NESMITH, ration V it-tor Mon Hularl S uith Antonio GM
no-p1to
o obstacle in the way of the.removal of the of said JAMES Dixox, Gilbert n II S'maFW
as a public journalist;; wo found I the following recruits, viz : It is hoped that it will 1* unanimously agreed
t o 1 known as travelling and local correspondents of iron. Thus prostrated, Mr. Yuleo and his T. A. 1Ir.wac&s. Gilbert F II Stewart\Vm
I the cause single handed; not a fanatic sheets that such conventionthen J. W. Scott, Wm. W. Tniker, Geo. C. Wilson counsel opened negotiations with Mr. Howard. upon, to have the proposed monument placed in Green JtobertnHadnaUJa I Simon S
believing a
; Tallahassee.The *
of &
I voice of the Thadd Foster, John Xeely, R. Braden, C. Howard desired to purchase. Yulco desired, to the capitol wounds harris Join B RkhS
pen, or a cin t ou aid out rules recommended for DEMOCRATIC Trmple Will U
South.
held would be advantageous to the / following are THE ADDRESS OF THE
I k which the F. A. G. took tock ) Carmiii 11. II. Hoeg, Daniel Duffc- retain tho legal title to the iron in his Company IIcd.wc W T V-Tinpn Jai
& & C I n The misrule and political violence of tho so that he would have tho right to remove adoption: SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVESTHE *" T WVWorl''JJoh.
wt the P. &G. R. IL Company on the Baikalay, Tlios. Jockson, Geo. Baisdcn, Joseph it"at tho expiration of tho wAr. Events have 1. The name and style of this sociation shall I'll!LAELP1I IA CONVENTION llineaWJ WjlIlarnsJa.

subject;but wit 'ht success we never knew dominant party, certainly present an alarming Haddock, Win. McKinley, 'Ym.. Rawson. demonstrated his wisdom. The Company now be The Florida Memorial -\N1OC\tion." ENDORSED.To J-Jordan Ibrtllf'nrY GilbertJaekaon W-'ooI'lIr.laa Wonit"1lS L 8

until informed by ou cnndct owing t attitude to the country; and it is not wonderful As the State military law allows sixty-two as has tho iron instead of worthless paper. 2. Thero shall be one Regent of tho Association tit People of the United States : P Van The*

of the former that the better men of the Republican partyshould number for volunteer infantry The next step in tho history, is this : In ; one Vice-Rezcnt for every county in this the The citadel Jonea k Stabler White ThadeoaWlllwnu
the remarkable reticcncy the maximum Dangers threaten Constitution. Jenkins II J L4bblKtoe
very for in D
State and twelve Managers county
begin to look with horror upon the fate that there is still room :February 1866 the P. A. & G. C. R. R. Company every of liberties is directly assailejd. The Jenkba John B rhUEp<
in it will be seen our
affairs -
Company as regards it mat 1 'hch companies, and Pensacola & Georgia Rail Road the State : a Recording Secretary, a Correspondin" will to tho J..nn V Wan-ton II B

ccncern th public interest I to which their organization is dragging the for a goodly number recruits; and applications Company met'at Lake City, and the questionwas Secretary, and a Treasurer. future is dark unless hour the of people" National come Union" K-Kflly 4 c. W.l.on HaliiMN t IM!
In this peril .
and that, as true patriots, they are from are desirable propounded tho F. A. & G. 3. The above officers shall be elected annually. rescue. F1Uiun. Aaron
One of us, at least, has been of the country, for membership worthy persons distinctly by should be the watchword of every truo man.- Korff II G \Viniam VMrirtv,
arpM' reached such C. R. R. Company to tho P. &. G. Company.If 4. At all meetings the Regent shall preside, King RL
hich thai seeking a mode to extricate the country from until the maximum number is ; As essential national union we must maintain Wbltelticbsd
cr t ou aude we to the consolidation of the two and in her absence the Senior Vice-Regent pre Long'Wm WlngaL.W ig.LaDigs _
ruinous of these destroyers addressed to the Company, agree the rights,tho dignity and the equality
the ambitious and I unimpaired
i had been made former to prevent the grasp applications can will to abandon the Live sent. LIST
companies
i tm you agree tho of
St.-iUs including right
of the representation
,
: t building of the Florida connection, and of the of 1i14J11)nod true to their instincts through its Secretary. Below please insert the I Oak connection, and the response was an emphatic 5. The payment of one dollar*ocnrrs membership in and the exclusive right of A-Armstrong Rachel JAiLniu H-Hall Sin C

and time honored the of the meeting, and very much NO. We havq .gone too far, and the to this Association, which shall be paid to Congress KlizabethAdenon f nunttrllnSIIrvinrCatbrine
) raiulting; and we fuel assured that our principles, democracy are proceedings of residence each State to control its own domestic concerns HixahrthB
1&1 Connection is fixed fact whether the Treasurer, and the name and placo -
E rtwrwtjiondent ha* fallen into an error when he stretching out a willing haml to unite with the oblige tho Corps, And yours respectfully,, roads IJv Oak a our recorded in a book, kept for that purpose subject only to the Constitution of the United -Broward Mm MattieRraul.lfra J-Joharoo Mr.Aaaa
t are consoliJatiyl or not. S Johnwo Jfim
J deduces from our series of aridr on 'this sub Conservative Republicans: in this work of patriot 1'. F. BRIDIER. Now what can the Eastern roads do more to by the Recording Secretary, whose duty it shall tates. After a uniform construction of the in Bernard Mra Marlin ,LT-Ix it Mr Mary Beda.

jcct that wo attach blame to' the Eastern Railroads ism. The call for a Convention of tho true prevent tho "GvMtn opjm f unity jnisny a/r/I," or also be to record in a separate book all the proceedings Constitution for of more than and half a century,the Brown Barber MnAarah ilm Faty 2Buay I, IAMj.C J .I.on
I'1tOCJJDI"-GS OF MFETINQ OF TIlE VCKSOXVILLE Association. the assumption new arbitrarvpowers, 3l1A.I I
inaction. Nothing we have said warrants Union sentiment of tho country, -which put to prevent President Houston for seeking aid; or of this Federal Go\.eminent i is subversive of our system I Mr Curtain I U.illglltnn Jane
l 5 1SG6. societies shall be formed in Braliock
\
LIGHT I"F.F.TI1n'l. to keep Monsieur Tonson from coming hack 6. Auxiliary every Vn C C 31-Minor 34ui)Man VMHhel
; this and we disclaim In pressing eonsolitlation and destructive of liberty. A free interchangeof I C--Caredo MM Cath .
it forth by tho Conservative wing of tho Republicans At a called meeting, the Captain presiding, in again. town on the plan proposed. Mra Kate
and kind feeling between the citizensof CLirk Mimi AddiCruke.MUaMa. Meki3ZlMToi
of the roads connecting Pensacolaand ; and tho addrens of the democratic and of the T. F. Bridier was The truth is there is an agreement betweenthe 7. Tho Vuo-1'egent of every county fchall be opinion the .terCaller.Un I Mutin MimPVHi
absence Secretary, appointed all tho States is to perpetuity of *
Societies and her necessary
the of Savannah and Tallahassee road that neither chosen by those Auxiliary name Alice 'ft-Iccnold3rSJ
Jacksonville, we have appealed to people conservative members of touch ;
Congress upon Secretary tern. Tho following report whom she will Union. Mr LooL-a
pro can back out from. I have seen Pnadcutderivcn's presented to the Regent, from Cooper RoSiruv.n Main
Honda, and t a sectional interests, a well a matters of sufficient weight to cam: the consideration was read and received : letter to that effect receive the proper cm entials. At pi ccnt eleven States arc excluded from the. C.j-Mr Kmeline S- Hap Min ADTsrenport

to these roads to effect this purpose,for tit 0 of the true lovers of the government, The Committee to whom was referred tho In order further to show the ssiro of the 8. Tho Managers and sub-officers ot the respective national council. For seven long months the Iu tall Mrs MIm Mary K &rgrsa&Simmon Vim WJr.ne J"

eftke ictiole. State, and for the best development administered Flojrida. people of East Florida to prevent the Live Oak towns will report to the Vice-Regent of present Congress has persistently denied any Ic port Mr KebeccaIVnonUnAIl $pnkevMi.sTrw
constitutionally throughout Constitution and for
I draughting of a By-Laws, of to the people of theseStates. *Himmon
the Countv who will in turn report to tho Regent right representation I MIM B
..f section thereof and by force of the connection let me state, that Lake City sent a IVm kua Miss Convt Miu
: their and dear Matilda IhaaaT
e and to uniform for the month. Laws afFecting highest
each
the report a Association
Company of the once
; Savannah of M. Whit
delegation, to composed E-Enflnpr Lanrt C% -Tucker Mia
could have urged Xary
I il'b arguments we array,we [ AVc find the leading and most intelligent of same: have had these matters under consideration Smith, A. J. T.right John Peoples, W. W. 9. If by death, removal, ill health or inrom- est interests have been passed without their consent P-FoeterMrsOP TbrreEvcUr,

: th measure upon all parties coneeried-the i| of the press of Georgia and South Carolina favorrI ; and beg leave to report that they haveagreed McCall, Dr. T. W. Carter, who had a conference pctency, a vacancy in any office should occur, of and fiou in disregard of the This fundamental denial of principle G-OnMIlno(rarway Mif tllraGlorer --Wa.WnI/1 Turner Mr Lea 11i4

the sections,the Railroads, and the State. with the Board of Directors of the Savannah tho place shall be tilled by a new election. government. representation IHanaGn 'Wai.tbaJn
; Jlle I I ing the step ; and we believe that some good upon a uniform for the Company for thc the Secretaries and tho Treasurer has been made to all the members MrnJUrr
"We tho moral the and Gulf Road and thought they hal suc- 10. The Regent, ee Mra Mary R I Williams Mn D
1"te p'er o pIle I may res-Tilt to the whole country through such a present, and recommend that of tho fatigue uniform eeodod in their design. of tho Association should reside at Talla from a State, although the State,in thelangnage II-Ual1l1iu. MitAda Winter MnTrarr

a.o to "ht we de a matter comcntion.Jiving already established by the Corps, with the Again. In order to head off the Live Oak hassee. I of the President presents itself not only in an ; White Mr*Mary Ann

highest importance to the State-tho chief good connection Presidents Yulee and Niblack invited 11. The month of April in Florida, being that I attitude of loyalty and harmony,but in the persons i Persons calling for any of the above will.
I i iil'our adliesion to tho measure, for exception of the cap; and in lieu of that, they of whose cannot be .ay advertised and come prepared with the chmnjt*,
of the commonwealth we have not cmsubu the dtiy-ens of Monticello and Thoraasvillc to in which nature is most lavish of her floral gifts, representatives loyalty tf11 t.

;: ed we have not in the reasons so forcibly set forth in the papers to rccommod black felt hat to be 4 inches highin meet them. A meeting was held, at which the second Saturday in April, of each year, questioned under anyconstitntional or legal test. E.n.RE Dr.C.

I k fucc'fu which we have alluded, and which arc elsewhere tho crown with a brim 2Jf inches wid}, to be they agreed'to furnish the iron to build the roador shall be observed throughout tho State as tho The representatives nearly one-third of the July U.:186tL:
the people Ot the press upon the sub of Honda tho beat States have not been consulted with reference to
&Wg I side with st and connection between those points, feeling assured Memorial Anniversary ;
tho gilt ir,
a
.' ject An apathy, a 6nt apathy seemed to published we would respectfully suggest that, looped up on right it was better to build there than at Live Orators of the State shall bo invited by tho Lady the great questions of the day. There has beenno NEW GOODS:

brood over the'minds ppl which has owing to the too short period intervening for a contain a black ostrich feather plume; and to I I Oak. Managers to deliver an oration on that day; nationality surrounding the present Congress.

: the "golden opportunity to away," State Convention to assemble and appoint delegates have the device of the Company (a gilt wreath I The two Companies have for six years battled which also shall be observed by tho renewal and There has been no intercourse between the representatives -

aowe farerer.But 1 fa tho Governor appoint fcix of our widest inclosing the letters, in white metalJ. L. I., beneath I I against the Live Oak connection.: They have ornamenting the graves of deceased tu 1tl't'An : .- of the two sections. producing mu- Just Received

which to be the figures 18-39)); the of- employed counsel learned in the law. All their that tho ceremony may be more beautiful, tual confidence and respect.In
arc
why, in view of the failure i of- and rost: conservative citizens with credentials icgenuity and talent has been exhausted in vain twenty-five young maidens shall be chosen in the language of the distinguish Lieutenant -,,. ,

for that have been made in dayrgone( :by, todestroy I I to the rhiladclpliu Com'ention.5 the people ficers' bats to be the same, only the loop and and they would be glad of any suggestion, to every town, to take a prominent part in tho ceremonials General : It is to be regretted that at T.M| .' .

to be placed on the left side. tho tate of the different time there cannot be a greater commingling between -
the of Florida connection, cannot have time to assemble what plume aid them in carrying out their desire, of build according as PER
project th say Thc uniform to be of dark pray jeans with ing up tho Eastern tea-ports of the State. Can societies may die.tate. These to bo selected by the citizens of the sections, and particularly -

: t-hould the l'.iol have pressed such purpose urn the press of the State to this suggestion. None green collar and cuffs on the coat, and a green you make a practicable suggestion it will be the Vice-Regent of each county, on the firetday I of those entrusted with the law-making

: th public mind again ? can doubt that Go'crnoralkcr will fail to' stripe down the outer sides of the pants. The thankfully reserved. B. of every year. These, in their ruin of irhite j I power." This state of things should lc removed "

We thought that the changes of circumstances make judicious selections. By all means let coats of the officers and non-commissioned officers .------ and vestal modesty, shall U-t illus-trato tho pure at once and forever. Therefore to preservethe BRIG "MARTHA
to bear on them the insignia of rank in Florida Memorial Association.On and sacred purpose of the ceremoniaL Union, to vindicate tho sufficiency of our ,
ces generally altered 11Ur and indicated Florida bo represented at Philadelphia. chevrons. 12. In order to raise funds for the various demands admirable Constitution, to guard the States from $

I I new lines policy. The P. &G. IL IL Comjiany As to the bll.lIant'O of the duty aligned, the Friday, the 2211 of June,the ladies of Tallahassee of the Association, a sewing society shall covert attempts to deprive them of their true position BY
TIlE
were embarrassed not i condition to "J. I. I. Commistcc report progress, and ask for further be formed in every town; and that paid society in the Union, and to bring together those* -
and
their branch line the Wo insert the communication from the Secretary time. HOI.MLS STKTLK, Chairman. vicinity, met to organic a Memorial I may l c efficient to the end in view, it will meet who are unnaturally severed, and for these great '

I .. bud t th Georgia ; political and the proceedings of the mooting of this T. 1':. BCCKMVX. I Association." The following preambleand the first :Friday in every month. This society nl.tionalJItII'Jjf'S only, we cordially approve the C. PARKHURST & CO.
aspects of the country undergone ant I call I for National Union Convention to be held
) h old and favorite of this with T. II. LIVISG.STOX. : resolutions were adopted: shall bo authorized to make its own By-Laws\ a ,
COUPS city, pleasure
'
t change; and with this wo h supposed A. A. CAN OVA. The object of.this meeting is to initiate a "\Ic. and, elect its suli-officers. at the city: of I'hilaiJe-Iphia, on the second Tuesday -

., I cud toped that there would bo a change of com ; and in this connection we are requested to On motion, duly seconded, the uniform recommended 13. Tho special duty of the Managers of the fourteenth day of August xtanJ endorse A LARGE SUPPLY
moiial Association that be
behind
correct which to have obtained in we may not the therein set forth.
an error seems Memorial Association" shall IKJ to preside o'erIho principles
Committee
% and that in the midst of the dis- in the report of tho
our sister States in establishing suitable ceremonies societies" each We, th therefore respectfully but earnestly
mpt an impression that in re-organizing tho corps and adopted unn ron. On motion of respective] "hewing County; urge
ue tlt h befallen the State, her sons excludes all save those who have been heretofore : approved Lieutenant Buckman, that a Committee hree I. that bball perpetuate in an honorable man- institute, contiol and direct all Festivals! Concerts upon our fello-cit 7.ens in each State and Territory OFFURNITURE

fli I would looking more to her development Tableau, or dramatic performances fur : and Congressional district in the United
present
connected wit it This is not the bo appointed to ascertain at what price tho material ncr the memory of the gallant dcaJ"who sacrificed -I .
I I and future prosperity, than the inwie- purpose- for uniform can be obtained, and also to tho benefit of tho Association, subject to the con- States, in the interest of union: and in a spirit of
t of its members but and I life in our defence. : and with direr reference to the principles
consideration of Bell interest, and especial1' any good respectableman make arrangements for petting the sa.me which i I trol of the Vii'e-Iegent of every County. They harmony -
t -
in whom reliance can be placed as a faithful adopted and the following gentlemen were Our purpose is purely religious-a labor of shall also make inquiries for, and determine who contained: in said call, to act promply in ,

:
i } : to individual viz : Lieutenant Buckman, and Privates James from oblivion and defamation the and the children of deceased soldiers, and report I men to represent them in wild convention, to the
memory
Indeed, opportunity was extended shall fur end that all the States shall at once bo restoredto STJCO3I AS
interests that time them to the Vico-IJegcntj provide .
I Fl opportune had II. lavingston, and Geo. C. Wilson.On I
<- of (
:i a comb to such to co-operate in its re-organization, and inotior, it was unanimously adopted thata graves those who, "right or wrung, stood by their: instruction according i to tho means of the their practical relations to tho Union, the ,"

: -t" t who in a former day nobh to have a voice in the election of its officers, but copy of tho proceedings the meeting, together their country's cause, firmly believing that when Association. charitable intents of tho Association Constitution maintained and peace WcK*> ,the BEDSTEADS

::1 ( f Georgia connection1 and that the for sufficient attention with a roll of the Company bo furnished the tho clouds of prejudice are dissipated, posteritywill will bo executed by tho Ima'cls.; whole country. BUF4IAUSSIISTANDS, : -
4iL of the some cause had not been I 14. The Treasurer and Managers of soid Association Signed i by W. E. Niblack, Anthony Thornton '
I ut Intern R and Publisher of tho t'hi-ula Union by the Secretary, .. acknowledge that in their death
te they fully
i ____, __ _k i cf 11 f' given.to hare this, understood and but few.heard ..__:oL_-_. -k '__1.11. 11. ".rna 'rluu-n 1100 will report monthly to tho Viro-IJo- Michael C. Kerr G. S. ShaHkiia, Garret oj .. <
: i ; ".wouki.take such ftrtioa" as the oilf, ana availed thcmbelves of the privileges ing no further business the meeting a'ljourneti nrustrauxi iiio tiue spirit .r I'8.L11ousm."V1l.'lt gent of their County, who will report to the Regent Ifavis, 11. Under, TIIOA "H. jvoprrajrtr J.TUUIflall -' -' ROCKING.CHAIRS

ii t tapp1t'!bf. :'Railroad t prevent and tha which the opportunity oCercd. sin die. though wo failed; wo did our duty-we acted to at Tallahassee. .I Lewis ,\r. Ross, Stephen Tabor, J; M.Humphries : > f riMtn' CHAIRS

_o e&c ab That such an organization will meet with T. F. BniDinn,Secretary. the spirit and character of our ancestors." After tho adoption of the above resolutions, John Hogan, B. )! Boyer, U. (J.Uerpn : CAIN SEAT CHAIRS .
traction."of fatncsa of approval -
State and it
our ; was Chas. Goodyear, Chas. II. W'infield, A.
0 : from our citizens, we doubt not; and HOLMES STEELE, In no invidious spirit do we come; tho political the following officers were elected : & CHILDREN'S CIIA1ES :-
.that II.
: w and aloner.C I upon Captain and Chairman. Cofforth. Lon.U-. Rousseau, Philip Johnson 'Y'BOCKISG.ClIAIBS. EtC"t
lu roices' and pens Jt advocacy of th fia""claims their consideration, friendship and storm that shook our country to its foundation Miss MARGARET BROWS,. ...RegentMIT. Chas. A. Eldridge.:l John L. l Dawson Revdy .

the State, and the aid, we respectfully commcd it to tho good will (rOU. Till FLOUIOA I'SIOS.) we hope, is passed ; war with its carnageis J. J. WILLI.VMS, ..Vice-Regent Johnson, Thos. A. Hendricks Wm. Wright, Groceries.FLOUR .
: i
b prosperity o THE RAILROAD SYSTEM OF; FLORIDA. Mrs. 1 r. ROBFUTSOX,. 'Treasurer. James Guthrie, J. A. McDougalL Wm. 1'ad-
and of over and done with tho and
fostering the we arc
of ; cause
spirit
popple u in our judgement could people our city. ; .. . Roc. -"
,
wo only .Vfttfs. ElitorIn the issue of Miss BKTTIF. EPPES Secretary. ford, S. S. Marshall, Meyer Stronse. Chas. Sit- BUTTEZ; !
your paper though we scarce dibcover the silver lining of *
t perceive them. }'URID.ME IORI.AL ASSOCIATION. Miss JEAXIE lLtDOLPii..Cor. Secretary. greavcs, K. E. Ancona E.'!?: Hubbell, R. C. LARD HAMS
of June 16th and 23d under the heading of
.
tho dark clouds which havo so long hung like a Ritter A. handing, A. J. Glossbrenner E. R. BACON SIDES SllOULDEmr'
T 'A.V mt $ JlrrolJ, in its usual Elsewhere publish the proceedings of a Lady llanngert: ,
"The Golden opportunity passing away, and pall above us, we believe that it will yet show Wright, A. J. Rogers, H. )McCullough F. C. AND PORK
of )[ B. Williams Mrs. Murphy
advocacy measures: which it I meeting of tho ladies of Tallahassee whereat ] Kirksey, -
CBp "Monsfiur Tonson come again. There is an itself and are willing to do all that UBlond and W. E. Finck.
and of the interests of the noble women can Mrs. Hals11'8. Pierce,Mrs. U. A. Croom. 11
I : city : 1'ho was organized Association bearing the.aoo.e to tho people of East Florida, D. B. Washington, July 4. L. S. TiuMxn.z.c. Dry Goods.
interests it appeal especially do to stem tho tido of bitterness, and assuage the Mrs. 0. W. Scott, Mrs. Maxwell: Mrs. G. .
faithful
J. guardian, in answer t I name. We transfer these proceedings from the to do$i iflhiay to keep the trade and travel or; angry feelings that naturally, at present, exist A. Charles, Mrs. Douglass, Mrs. Annie Hopkins -. .-- PRINTS

1 t- Rome o o a'gumot against the connection I Florufan and Journal with pleasure, because so find their Mrs. John Beard.
n, the State within its borders, and to between tho
two sections of
tho Wewill E? The I-adles Dramatic
country. Entertainment
from stand The of Mrs. Catharine D. :Murat Mrs.E. NANKEENSDENIMS
a point, that names ,
Pd an t requested and with pride, because of the noble
t w ; The is
T < and that we a of outlet at our own sea-port towns. object practice and teach forbearance and patience, Call Long, Mrs. Latrobe Mrs. Gov. Broome\ for tho benefit of Maj. Gee, came ort as adver- -
moon. action of the fair of
ft r daughters our Caiita'an ; patriotic and commendable, but as you seem by that must finally bring peace and justice ; and and Mrs. Ann Mary Coleman, were added as vertis last OSNABUKGSSTRIFES
on Thursday evening before ,
t Ummtty"be we supposed that thipwpl I action, which will wo doubt not, meet i iI a very .
a
implication to cast more blame upon tho Eastern for love and Christian foreign agents.
; Middle FWida ujuld willing U I pray charity- virtues, respectable audience. All of which will be fold at aeerptab prices tat CM* .
t v b spontanapproval and co-operation from Roatbj for the building of the Live Oak The meeting adjourned to meet first Friday in ,
I'' forego imwdaL.doflar individual interest rtid4's in up without which thero can IPO no religion or patriotibm. The object which has influenced these enter _JackrpnviUr.July H-3t '_
a p -knghten every city and village connection than I think is due, will July.
t t fu the sake of their gnat, domain. And you par- In the great national convulsion! which I _ _ tainments are too sacred, too noble to subjectthe
i'16' note Is
Sate IC. why
mg 4' rtro'Jection and it
don if I bring to ,
has
me your mar] so prostrated us, neither party can criminate SAVON DE TERRE!
I l.u populous and self sustaining-* w.Commonwealth tlxa* f t. t or tillage BO remote but that from. inform some of your readers what tho Florida, the other-both unquestionably Peace- NATIONAL UNION CONVENTION. management and performance to criticism ;

Into'whoso lap .th m'u'o!r. Its :" "'rK .j sonic noble youth of high impulse, A National Union Convention, of at least two but we are certain that we may say with confidence Some
and F. A. & G. C. R. R. Co., have done to prevent ful remedies were at hand, and were Soap barn JOG fingers,
Jlcavoo h*VB been Uvi&hlj i'ourwl-a State t a.. and some maturer man of stern purpose, have maturity rejected delegates from each Congressional District of all that tho work is highly appreciated by Some your dothlnr. andAll
I tapping the wealth of tho Slate, and casting ; now, nothing but mutual foibearaucc melt like dew before a July Sun.
pable existing and without .soior I not gone forth to battle and to die for Honda ? the States, two from each Territory, two from the generality of the community, and those who
oi PI it into tho hip of Savannah.In and forgiveness, in tho spirit of Him whose in- the District of Columbia, and four delegates at ..The.. Paron de Terre Co'Dark Brawn Family SlIP
a dai1ghbr'ing mevt it i. for have contributed to it will be cherished i-
for
I Of ceocesitr t with' oft ri .1f Hoj woman- their mothers, July, 1860, in an informal manner, Col. J. fluence should pervade our liberties and our institutions largo from each State, will bo held at Oio city long 7 TWon't: Do Either.
.hcrpopnlout contft sea t daughters, wives and.II'tI"t'Ct1l'art.to forward of the affections of the sympathisers Av J lovf.
stop Philadelphia the secxmd t.
on fe
Thoiy ((14th) Contnmr U la
P. Saiulurson brought to the attention of thoFtockholdcrsoftheF. can effect a beginning of a restoration ) l .
'iiorU ; hor, & t.l of, .oh in the hour, when they liavo no country to of August next the oppieesttLfcJFTho : Iessanttotheban.iim.
busy huoLot.f&etoI1cc, perpetuate A. & G. C. R R. Co. of peace or prosperity to the country. The Such will bo Uannlen to your clothing,and
C h .et o I their names and heroic leods in delegates chosen by the electorsof -
productions fj toring .her i own merchants, l immortal tho fact that the P & u. Co. fad in tittc tho question is settled for all time that there can be the several States who sustain tho Administration members of thc Presbyterian burch "STAHDS: IKE A STOHEWIIL' .
tablature
and
t declare
3 her own magnificent Railroad system, *!>'**$a thi'lloHda'c6nnectrongroanlig 4 m that they will plant idea of building that road and it was stated, that but tfie country in this beautiful land, and that in maintaining unbroken the Union of and congregation are respectfully requested to Tbbi Jrticle U mdefrema natural product iad*"*
( flower the f those every wiy superior the &tflo *
o VIT graves i> .101'in311.I6Jand the States under tho Constitution which ortHnajy Family
i 'under life weigh:!L at a meeting hold at Lako City, it was deter- we aro one coplc, with thc same interest whether our meet at the Church on )day, July 24th, at 4 k.. it.ruj nor cleansing qvalttiei, it toftrBi r*
raise a monument alike to tho I fathers established, and who in tho following and l .
of rl
names tho recorded agree rhtena color without Jury to rithf.pound
,of products mined to thwart the project if it could be done sorth or South East West. o'clock '.
intcrpnso. "We. or vi l M. J. D. MITCHELL A *
c p a accop and tho unrecorded dead" of propositions, *: equal to one and a half of erdmary p.
Florida.
.: reproof of our, astute contemporary'AstotLefollrftfouT and a Committee was appointed who corresponded Although sad rcminisconses are connected with The Union of the States in, in every case in- julyl4-lt Elder. Ting of SO per cent. Send for CiimUr oU *! *
E trade 5<
We direct generally. Principal ffire,52 Veey rtrtet
: : drram, 'for results haviAownlhat m rcsportfully the attention of the ladies with Mr. Scriven for about two ycaro, en- tho past, yet with all our heart and soul," wo dissolable; and is perpetual; and tho"Constitu- .-. ---4Nelson -'--. .. I York. MB_ ST.WFORDIt4

of Duval Coanty, and those of every county I to have the connection it wait bt will endeavor tion of tho.United States, and the laws passed G. Merry colored July -3m
( cejUibut 'a and that ho bettor deavoring if so to conduct ourselves as to challenge a preacher, -
whcro tho Union circulates to the by Congress in thereof and
of pursuance ,
nndnxtood, nd *neaur d tho patiiot. the meeting, fouling that they will proceedings tako had, at Lake City, fooling assured if trade or tho luiqualilied and generous approval or constant, and universal in their obligation supreme;: in Nashville, has been bound over to WILLIS & CHISOl
the
ten of Miidfe Honda than we did.A matter and bear it to up travel came within 60 miles of Jacksonville, it the world, showing ourselves worthy of the freedom The rights, tho dignity, and the equality of appear at the next term of tho Criminal ,.

'graccful'-wntcrovcr'the signature of "St on perfect success.. would never go to Savannah. CoL Sanderson for which! wo straggled ; and if there was the States in tho Union, including the right of Court to answer a charge of violating i FACTORS, COMMISSION MAUCHAXTS a u1flAGEENTs ?

1 k. i the nnA,V tr, f Jm/Ii of th
..: 0th lilt assumes that the.tapping Of the FlotMiTlalWad with with the clanso in the new Army Bill prohibiting employ counsel, to tako proceedings to enjoin recording angel will blot it out forever. Whilewe overthrow so much blood and treasure were expended marrying a white man to a negress. '

Ihe"proue tho P. & G. Co. from this Live Oak :Merry is said to bo quite innocent of Win attend to the safe and to ForeiP-
building
system1" : :by which iti I any person who served the late Confederate dutifully, some reluctantly, renew our relations in the Lite civil war; Domestic of Cotton. .hlpmeut Lumber .
advanUges.aro connection. He employed Goo. W. Call Banks and There is no right, anywhere, to dissolve tIle intentional violation of tho law, tnes i port Rice If
dereopodand,consequent- States either in a civil or military capacity politically socially with tho Govern tores. having every facility to meet I"w nlters !

)/the bearing: Ji 0 Fd productions fc I from entering the army of the United States &McLeod and Smith & I vas. The original ment of the United States, wo will keep one space either Union, or to separate States from tho Union, .sea generally swearing that they could i Liberal and advance procure the made beat on market consignments.ATLANTIC rate for. their,
by withdrawal
voluntary I
'bz1d arann&h, is the Bill, and the last one ever, Call drew, lies before hearts where by force of not decide, at the time of tho marriageceremony
true process for The York ill Enquirer say: \0 can now ; in our soon to kindle a fue d'joie arms, or by Congressional action; neither by I WHARF
whether
': ftcUr upi'bord4and 'her ses Wc I listen to war rumors, and hostile Congressional me, and I keep as a monument of his skill as a of patriotism, when we shall feel that wo are tho secession of tho States nor by tho exclusionof tho man was white I ,

'cofsor.; inabiiitjlo pv how pr t m debates against Great Britain, Mexico, and other draughtsman, and his powers as a jurist, as wellas again, and forever, children of, tho same family, their loyal and qualified representatives, nor or impure crowd blood. The trial attracted a CTA.IIIESTON',S C.

cn work to the of his of of by tho National Government in any form ; largo of spectators. L WILLIS. JUS.*. r.
,1' t'State, hai offenders without any lean of ever being profound knowledge our system and while.we gather under the folds of the same Slavery is abolished, and neither July II _
can, nor .
*, fort. ,:eroetj of tic* peOple;'ana 'we fool. as- dragged out again to dig trenches, or become Internal Improvomeita. Papy & Davis represented flag, wo shall experience tho old feeling of love ought to be, ro-cetablishedln any State or Territory S

?OP. .iH7l5lIW5/'ipUjient? founded the P. & G. Co. 'Judge Waylas Baker, and devotion. Somo one has discovered
the
tt' upon target for ride practice. We thall now advocate But in this wo will nqt forget ouraJUurt within our jurisdiction; among "con- PALATEA INSTITUTE

J. C&IlLo 4dO4jQtJj1t .1M I war ficruoly. persistently, whenever. the declined grant tho injunction,.and tho F. A dead-widt crery-political variance they Each State has the undoubted right to prescribe science letters" received almost daily by the St crctary -.

; g!; ,.aaa1n.cofr&. Marks.1* but now-"the game alighted provocation for it arises. We think. & G.' C. R.'} Co. appealed to the Supreme 1 must go with us. Thero is no tarnish upon, our the qualifications of its owu doctors andno enclosing of tho five Treasury dollars. a note signed"B. F. B. FORTUNG
the United States to lick Croat external power rightfully can, or ought to
< ought Britain
Unot. rortn tho'canatc,* for it is 'a 'fixed facl, at Court, when Wflk Call represented his Brother honor and in the The initials
,'- ties for her past offences., ,Cuba might, at the contest, we have lost nothing dictate, control/or influence the free and voluntary suggests a suspicion that further

*. "'ivW1&nnri.4ionwili,.beftuilt, and tame tune, bo arrested from that crazy old powI George, who (that time had:fallen a martyr to' with the world. Tho brightest page of American action of tho States in the exercise of that remittances will bo needed to fully case the conscience LABIES.

t! that Prukicnt(6cre
ct 4 IleroU have bad a :.glorious triumph,upon C Our -oioo is for war, decidedly' and emphatically and ably discussed but tho Supreme Court held achicvments of our brave and chivalrous people the The States maintenance inviolate of tho right of .. .. THIS icbrol aIn b now under eloaed the fee tame weatioo.k: cb and .
J which in ih.midst of our. discomfiture,.wo offer .r that,the Pensaoola and Georgia Uailroad Company whose name shall live in and State especially the right of each the 5Lb IUED uiat., at At the Santlennn ri- on the ercniDuof 1thSetgeiiiber. Theachool ha* been wry
song story. The to order and control its own domestic con. rtridefH of the'BrMc ftithr Mr ud will be conducted for the future co the
them our' 'coagratulations, for: welovo! to tec"tlpet THE.FLORIDA 1'RESSecthebthtofoufHonlsofthoqtjuy5. under 'charter. had a' right to run to first care of the living should be for the dead.- corns, according to its own judgment exclusive Oeore 110 5.P. ClnoTa and Ml*., Duuam Own. oooi temu. TbeyeartobedrrldcdintoJIenairf* *.*"

-4ii .'.binapji:wioprorethcmeclvcs". !..- any'point ef the Georgia lino East of the Alapa- We that witnessed'the eagerness with which the ly, subject only to the Constitution of the Uni- .-.- .=---.-. -.-. eaehy and In 2 Common months TacatkMU.Tuition English. term*'

Hey And wc.view nutten from diff' standpoints the 2k'tw rt, and those who desire to patronize ha. The opinion was delivered by Judge Forward youths and menof our' rushed ted States, is essential to that balance of poweron DIED-On tho 28lh ult,at the San. ,Jose--1"antatk\ SiTe inotbs..........per............-...... ."
country forward ...
of ... -
'I ;and their success is but ILU other evidence. the jirea) of,this State,we give below the names, and'occupies over thirty pages in the 10th to tho protection of our honor and political which fabric the perfection' and endurance of our and'E.nJwtlwchiU 1..Christopher: *, Alice, iigcd lrbc'tta.3 year eUupkter and J months.3A.ataoITvrTr.sm. of W.G.. u in m higher French KngUah per tenn per.term.......... .....-
homes
together with the editor* of H the 'papera published our depend, and the overthrow of that M PUnoMurfc............. -.
fact that it b Volume Florida: 1862. What
ofvttu dangerous with Reports
to more u-.
compote in F1orid&r caunever. forget them ; ,they will live forever in'our system.by the usurpation and centralization of M' Latin included ia the ciarje of -

CltiCi' _pf eola gcu capKalf -tacl1itb. .patridtisnt, .There are published! in Florid fifteen,papers, could the ,nydo": } hearts. 'But future generations must learnto power In Congress would be a revolution dan- MARINE NE'Y5 Eni..waahing;Ac. ,- tern........... ...
to prr
JUncemmorcialiasaci. ; and we anMiot afraid of which. seven are in When Gen.Trapier took. command ,in Florida reverence them as we d.. Children unborn tion gerons of republican government and htruc-- 1aBoArd. half la adviacw )Jl.1r..11.111

ntr Kf that we did,And do dread place Jack'ban EAST AND SOCTn .FMEIDA. he ordered the iron to be i taken from the learn liberty? Jt3L.Y 14TH. July l-Zm _
to lisp tho Each House
r Dust name pf departed heroes. of Congress is made, by. the Constitution .
rtr vim amJ Oatrifr, FeIindn&8.r M. Doty &Co.Wo Florida Road to build the Live Oak connection. : -
Fcrnandina in
111 competition with Shall the names of WABD, CALL, LASIAH, DAK- .the sole judge of the elections returns ARnV. FO S-AXiE.
'Eavaauah that should hare been *,JackBonvfllch-Sticbiey& Steole.rmn The President, lIon. D. L. .Y.ulee came and qualifications of its members ,but'the 7-Stcra.'lJxzi ,
a nd ire glad expressto .ROBERTSON exclusion July Kin.
cv, and 'REU the &li.er, Savannah
*.
J clwmTill*-Wi It AJhrxstr.1rtm young >- ton of n 'BE Soothers half of Lo NO oa !,
"had w e bocn"!!. Kb(. Jjrotoct' them against so Lako Cily-J.-a Moore 4 ec Lake City, employed Smith & Ivee, Banks & that noble mother, the soldiers' friend-and af chosen loyal and Senators and Representatives, and July Twwenpor 8.-8tmr.ra to UeUf'Q J. K. Baiumw(kttmdic. & .' -.1.; being SJX fcet by 1 Jp' tIee1\ROT11I''
a
properly hllm. 1.
qualified under_ tho Constitution & .n U Batreet.
'.ibrmidabU 1r' ..As uiai wo .are "the"under ,Xtto Er- Guncavfllo Arnow & Robertson.Jianntr JJcLcod, and Fleming;the F.'A. & G. C.-R R. legion of.others, die out from 'P Nov- and lawsis; unjust and .5541 szc.cngcrs, toJ.t3. ....._ __' July l-tf Appq to Tr'

j :&'i.t wUpt41a to:.map OcaU-Smith. and DeBrnhLP Company,'uniting in raying"the"expenaee.- or j. while woman, with tho same among pious us love that Every patriot should frown upon revolutionary all those; John July Wt.'l'COtt 9-Sc:1tr"Ony EAgle.,, lbatlnp- 'New. Toft'. .. to .i NOTICE.

: t w *Mfcr:Tamp*-Craft & Spencer. A Bill was prepared that same day. The Hon. I acts and July 10.-Stmr. Kate. Lorkwood CaarlestoiL! a w < "
.. ", >a citizen of &1"&DJ1&h. The published in led her. the cross and held her'to tho tomb rrocc.'t'dings.cVCl"'whcrt', which can Mid lu rnwrs,to J. S. 'FaauaU .. win aeh to Ike kkAeat bidder.4 pcb lI1Xt
.; ,t .,L\ T. T.' granted injunction the nerve no other purpose than to rekindle the animosities July ll-btmr. there I. s.turIIa ,sb t. 4't4Th1 of
Jeting and endeavor to .an on ground shall 'keep : Bylvwi ,.Tucker, Savannah. '. Je
burning tho .
,
.
itgJ1 w .. -.r. mi 1p .. XtDILi'LOVDA. holy sacrifice made for .of war and the effect of widen Dibble. Plus lsnd, -3JIqtoa.' the lIi

MnAi''fc ft Mi y tfiHttBiflfMppfo II WIHJ," I.j.* fg .fg n&uny,iti. f m*doc"v u Bpftji'jit'"i -. :Iltridtan (.emi..o kly) ab1ilmassee.-Dyko k that[ tho"Government had no, right to take pre us; Never'sh-U' those:bright ,spirits from the our moral/'social and material iiitercstal homo upon July W.-nrij( Martha.' P drat.New York. i)UIO of tar, sIe..u W' 'GItJ-"
t'bt1on&1ux
"
the
41ou rJ w'.f&zoatoa"aD4 the VIIItOrOf Sparhawk -; ,.., porty from one>Company.to give,to another ; and heavens beyond, who died i in the hope of, sue- and upon our standing abroad, cliflcrinft, jly in John July Clark 12-Stt uner Uarlington Brock, tejc"S "y : to -Tenaa 01

4 4t :. -o # 'fa f. ..tillli( ,, (tri-woekly) JTalkhassoe-JfJliver & hat-night the.train loaded with. iron was stopped cess, see us ungrateful, unmindful of degree is injurious like war itself JulyW-StmrCoamopolitnn. Crook*.' tat: tL sJEARID r.u2 P'1'Io. .'B.'nr "
-' their -
1:1t: 'Xtf.jf 17.fthJ -. Ehohcj. *. i \ at Lake City/and suit'was.brought'.against 1.--lonor.To Tho purpose of thywar having been to preserve 9.Quartermaster,' -* W.l4-t4 A

.I" """" '". q 'J' '1.1"" ; -, '. ,"'&. Ellen-, Ten Trapier*and 'Capt:''T. ,'E..: Bnckman for the Union and tho Constitution by put- / : -i '

2 ." '" : 5 ..t
:1 ,,r ot21d3b ;. b.p" .a Xczsm.ie,:, .4sm-L.L. err.CoauwHPtalt .'; What more could. tho"Companies have md in the.hottest.f tho flght.fbll her statesmen; : JlreswtancetO; tho authority ,of.the-General mis- July" Co.8tar.,Helton Getty, Jngrahau, SaTanmaa" J. O ifnsiy.: lb.Uda.t next,I wiU

L 't'fl'te T'Ji ;T"1r. ".u r.t ; I *,Qunincy f.o; fi., L. 'AHiwn.. Ion* ? > waters, aMi.*what was more'precious her Government being at an end, and the war, :u.,. 3. BtntraU* Co.JalfltSchrJXeishton. '. ski JafPcSste.tIb.Stotorf farU. *,
&" ., '" ytmtb, lug ceased war measures should alsaccase and Lrfshtou.,Ne* ;Y rk. to forDs1 uty kiss.,4sr ..a aR th.tihboUon.
5
L .. ___. cvfi | in 'command i
: .t ;ih '" L n Fnnega& was no whose unmarked graves extaixd from Yorktown should bo followedby .pcacefo BTm JLUwp. '
of-
ad
,WB8T.J'LOIUD!, 'flbrt was'made' to' despoil out Eastern roads. measures c"July-1L-Steamee'' Kate, Flynn Chariwtco. '.J.$.
.&ftiR"thtt.dU'. .ug nffthr 'cheorifO, F. Baltzril. but after the bottJ.010108100 Oon. Beanrrganlame o the Gulf, which; to-neglect'or :ignore, wouldiauntusmiawpandfnauso InmittrationlIO that union, harmonyand! -, Sairnida... f jOlLNJg171414
urltr1Jaiianna-Tbnll. coni may be encouraged, and industry, cemnerro July! 12-nrijc Carmen;TfcuQtntr AdmrithWIfl

':4 .H.1II&Dd"t. .0 ,,_ -...'. I1.a. -. .Penaaco1a-. .: I .O! l1tl.bIlit! the Live Oak connection wasIWllit&TYL the b./1 to hang and tilt arts of ixuuo recited awl promo. Jaly 12-f'l\rnr. Pylvan Mu rr, Rivannah, 'Tucker' 'I'
.. flOCsit7&fl4OMt4 fc HilL At I i 12almwoh,' .It wa.iwomau' IJibbl.Julv. -
tender
: t I a fingers that ted; and the early rcsotration of all thd Patea to I1-rtPcnittnise. hrkrm- !-, 1r Y.. tc



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$ IoviLtn Iithn.rrunIT to explore a region known as the Grin Chaco -- .
gh ; ----- ------ ;-- =: :
: coMMERcIAL.
the Big Woods a'ong the southern, margin of ; -.-- -.-

) EVERY fUTCKIUY MOJOfTXQ, DY the river Parana. Among them are a few Canadians I $25 Reward. ICE.rCE NOTICE.AlXnenom .

J. 1C.TVUUI. several 'Califbmiaos, come Southerners Uxios Orrtc*, Friday Evening, delivered at tb d rn>t and on board cteamenibi 1866.BRADLEY'S. P RtS4s

and a few natives. They are to have an escort July 13th 18C6. I L 'SFtoleI%, 1bst from the esm w some rta1500 J. shipping order. Rate 2V oral* per pound for .Indebted deecMed to, late the of asSets DoTml of B.VSTCEi. I.
on the Florida county, art requested
or $CMCRtmo5.00 of forty soldier, as they are to explore a hostile Below we give the wholesale prices of leading I in Oetb last, Li'X'markedirttl1, AtUnUp aad Gait the Central name Kailrood and ad4rr.o -, Amount April 2S-tf I v* than 300. Exceeding CHAS. A 5CO.PAl pound RCIULD.t rent*.. to make Immediate payment to tb.imdenijrB: CELEBRATkDii

't'Y- yesr.. .*1 00MS region. They are socking a location' for them- articles, as given by some of our principal deal of th and contahilng a small library and sent all them persons ha ring authentlcahd-data*against within aid estate wSlprfr1

0. .' month......,-.....,.,. 2W stjlv e and then for young colonies. ers. Some of PUT merchants may charge higher emlauunx of eccutii1'an1 the [ nu-weftuMous: hooka, Including a Bible THE EMPIRE; SHIHQIE MAOHLUE j acnbcd by property law,or thi* aoUce will be plead in the bar tins of* their pr*
nioatlu.. aaiy u-cord. Tlw
three .. above
1 01y reward will b.
0 -...............Tm Cent oL Norr s, a beef-packer here,on the style of pncen, but we shall take pleasure in referring raid for us &.Livy to the SBicnber tr iirfbrroaiion Ti roknowled.rd to be, hi *11 qdds. tb. beat Bhiufdene rreorery.. LOU13A ncttRITr.
$Je r' .nl! TipUon taken tor leas than Uircc mouth* lcf-packing 5n tho United States, died suddenly parties to merchants who will sell at the prices that wU kad to it* recovery. J. CAUDY, .1. ia America. With only oxi 0naa* rowxm junelo4t Admlaiitratnx.

AJfJiljill 'U wurt be paid ia advance.A.DTKCTUUC nt Iv'-ie-aria" ufew days ago President Mitre's named : July 7-tf JaeisonviUc, Fla. 3000 KX.KGAXT SflIML1S -

ou is now sta Tring at West Point At the hej COTTOS-Xone in market. per hoar are canUy mode. The machlae U built entirely Notice.

Trkk$ o *. ginning of the had about NOTICE of Iron, try compact and easily transported. It :; week after date hereof; X will V> the
j war Paraguay one tundit WflOLZALz FOUR apply
U,. square, on* insertion.....................,..$! OC d rite;; lea Wart USING works VcaBKBB, TTU and Box 8rvrr. and oat oths Judge rrobote ot Lbs county of Pot
S two .............. 3 00 young men studying Engineers or learn- TOTICE ta Jrereby pven to all persons iatemic Oat Bam"number of holt* of tUiber ono third more Shingle Siam, 8tate of Fkfida, for u order to cell the Real 2 3I
Ljcb iubwunrnt iiwrrt km........<.., 1 00 l ing trades in Prance They are now left to Dares AXB MCBICISK*. -thirtjMUrsafterdate. I rtiall apply to the Hon. arc made than,can be done by the awing MachineAll *.-' tate of Samuel D. iloncan. Vlf. B. STt VENH.

Ten Uw N *IVSTd tj pe or>{*c, oocup)ing the ameoiber 1 fhnr own resources.-Cor. A" J*. Tribtotf. WTO PiU per tt......... t.r Airktide.kive to aefi a tuj.t, Judge of the of 1t.s1 Prolate ate tor baral tounty, Shutgk the MMr-duat i* Mtved br tho ABUAU Empire and REUUA.G goo .Into June 23-It Sheriff ex-offlcto Admmlstrator.
of lir nuke be1ongfli to the
oil*wjttaie.di Ynu \ttn4 '
( .IJ2&i. At.e of D.tniel tV. Hart, late of aald doaaed. Notice.
Iibrra. "uitniad* 05 ytrlva Jane J-3m
_y*dut.ciucuts muit t paid quarterin! advance.IH Telegraphic.flJM ('alomeL per B.. 1.5032nI) i July 7-4 r AdmlnUrator W1LIJAM.CAULK with the Will week* after date I will apply to th. JoOjc" etpo.
Jo PRrNrL-Q, C1akI'opsf tt ................. J.0Q4,0coppercrr annexed. SIX for the county of tit.John* for btler of Ad I
ZtEKY STYLF neatly .aj promptly executed .............................. RECONSTRUCTION minUtntlon on tn* *tats of Samuel Bufflngton,lat of
MEXICO. CutorO.l.pT Kmnod.............. 4.00&4.MO&tnpknr 3STOTICE.IELISir bt. Johns eonnt), -

w Yen, July 7. pA fi.l,30ftl 60Efwom EVERETT, one of the irrivinjt partneniT Jun. 23-Sw JO. C. LtmOTO .
A KortheniJiiitoi'B Comments oa the Memorial Sails, per .F( j7.-t of E. E. Txs> t Co.. at Archer tiution, ;FURNITURE REPAIRED. -
the cause Morphine, perouare... .10,00 of one Inform otioe.ALL
Flowers.Vfe
{Jf Lib- Madder, per B>.f.*. jJi-U till and fixtures, two mule and aad other milE sulairriber rwppcUany begs to the ritlJL .
Opium' rtt............ wagon arUic sen*OfJiICkerrtIIe that helm.remorrd his hop
.9.3OCaIO,00 le3oDgtn] to the Finn. Terms -ptntxa indebted to the KUte .f Jam* Rkh-
ca-ft.
fi1'! fn ODe of our exchanges the followjjig4.oflIflCfltl rals n.zare_ large acee- Quinine ounce"V..-3OCX a0 July7-2p* }:. EVERETT. from the corner of Ocean and Fonythe. ctrect to the dvceaaed, late of Decal county, an requested p1 -

taken from AVisconsin t z a tmalirt&Th'1 ulihurerTh.................. fc #....... corner Adiuru and Julia strce here having seemed to rusts payment to the umtet.lgrad; an.1 alt
a paper, a more eonveniint WK.UOH, ho will be enabled to execute
: ga ; ecveiu"'taportant ictoricsrc'nt.snd COOT* Jk uot4. In Putnam Flat '1 of work persona bating claims asainnt aald Estate will kmonl ZchOOPaie .
memorial celebration Richmond Chancery, County, a larger amount fa a shorter time. I'crserb.r-
the l i< at them prnrvriy atteated. within the Urn* prescribed by
on are now bowragingTampico, which Calf Pcgnwl Hoot*.... ...... LYDIA T IIADLOCK AdminUratrU( the goods tug furniture to repair may confidently smd it tberv..- Uw,or this notice will be plead in bar f thetr rrmvocy. TWO FKRJTZCTX.T TEMPU EGL0PRI5G8
YA.Vf are almost ashamed to say how these the' iily to capture.s Seei .7,00i<*9,00Uuw *, credit and effects of Ebencler C. 111- He ia now prepared to utucote any work in hisjjac, suck DiANA lUCIIARlWOS, -
of Pccp-d Slmec..... 2 lock, baring filed her MU in the side of the as recovering, cleaning, rcrtufflne chain, .ofti3jTt>unxe., June -Sw Admlui ,
annexation United 2,2S< chancery 23-' tr trtt
A the
wonl* of sympathy, coining from the fcr, for off 's to States CaWSovrcd ...S,6sr, 4g

JJ rthwret, have affected us. Header! cots Client and popular among the LJbrhe OCIEBT. inwilTenry of the estate of the deceased, committed to repaired and varnished equal to new and la the, la TBE Ciaccir COCBT, ITBI* Ciaccrr OP FLO I*I. ing one hoop and
rtiarrc. It Is orderal that notice be puUlnhed to the beet manner. Spring and other wattrcme mofbt tootdor. Taasusi.ikitiia ) tin ligbti ami *dm.h&s '- '
trr. awl it you can peruse them with ryes yellow fever ha > ritttec, common per Joz............1,50 Florida Union a newspaper in Jacksonville, for all Lock sad key fitted to human, desk and wardrobes v*. > Attachment .pr
ated at Vera Cruz. .. per- wiU sot b4 brash Ua th
u graTlile ... .,....4.......... ann* having claim* against *at iwdimaed : News from San Francisco states that the Lib- I' chin .4.00 0,00 with the clerk of the Circuit Court for wid county, hU, executed in A tnannor1 cit UM patties who send it. County, to wit: butwiUalway.pt.sin.their

how touihingly teautiful must have boon the eras have taken Switug", and threaten San Tea. Pis 4'Uv, common....1OO< 1,?& hor or their cUinu on or beforu the firnt Mumlar in December For the accommodation of persons at a distance, who qhIE defendant Berry StrouM and aH Other tnterMtJL PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SEATS
Bl and granite per .1.251.75 next. B. A. rtTNAiT may m lab to commit the subscriber about work, any ur- ed, are hereby noUfied of th.Inatitation of lbs abort
Jndcc. '
HSt of thirty thousand Southern omen and u Tepie.FllOM DotS common.. ......................... Talallu, Juno 28. d.T left at the Port Office, box IX, will receive early atUntion. suit by attachment, returnable to the Fall Term of UMCirvutt nf ALL ,' ICROWDED.tSfllI.tUL

children;; in Richmond strewing the graves of "W VlinCOrroX.W PIT GOOD*. The Slate oft'1orida, Putnam CoBnty-L It. IL MeLcod THOS. E. DENAUX, Coort fbr luUuo& comity, in the Eastern Ctr- .

their lkt>n dead on Memorial Day Tray it \M>SNC.TOX, July 7. Pdntg........................................... Clerk of the Circuit Court,for the County of l>utnitm Jone2-tf cult of Florida, to be held at the Court House la the cinmii .
for flC' to die, when the hand In Hlrsrlud (ioixii...... and 8tatc of FlorIda, do hereby certify that the Town of I'alatka, on Monday, the 29th day of October
$
(
euuutry the
n jwrt-t Senate Mr. Morgan presented the remonstrance llpown Domotics.................... above and foresvlnjr is i a true copy of notice for publication LAND YOU SALE. next,and to appear and plead to the declaration filed in .TrI
of beauty, the tear of Borrow, and the sweets of of.the New York Chamber of Commerce Onix & FOKIOK. to creditor tin file in my office. WItness my hand A J>M ALL Tract of about TWENTY-FirE Acres of the *a.U tuit. FLEShING & DAiIEL>
floral kingdom, are brought to the last resting and official Deal this the 30th of June X\T Jane 9-3m Plaintiff" AttornryxNOTICR tLULROAD CM8, r
hind
the against the of the hill pending day 1S66.B. first rate situated near the Brick Yard,and at -
passage Corn, Inmhcl, ,;nack included..............1,45< 1GIOatl.
jilai i of the loved who died in defence of ing in the House. The remonstrance states that ..per..................... ......... .. ....1,00 July 7-6m H. McLEOD, a U diotanr offered of three ou, rtn of a mile from Jackxmvil! ioWFuoEAD* .. c.
Clerk Court. for side In whoie or in lots to Qtt purckkrr
their land, their loved once, and their liberties the tariff bill would ho injurious to the commercial ...-..lMXhl0Kicr ( ; Fur terms kc., call at the tore of OB HODSS

mercantile and manufacturing interests of India. .12GROCEVIES. JunclMt A. B. HUSStr 4 CO. Probate court Putnam County. rr
The
women may wetp- Kerosene and
Gas Stoves. In tiel.they are superb. to sn eth ,
The mother* mav praj the country, and would not increase the revenue \\nUJAM B. STEVENS, Sheriff Putnam Coon-

1 1k' heroes m.4 dj-ep of tho government The remonstrance was referred Baron sides.......20 1 lien. coauUi a y Samuel I). Morgan, deceased, bating filed in my offlce a B1UTT.I2fQtnR
; to the Finance Hams.,.20 Committee. POTS OIL CANS &c. &c.
written ngxextion of the insolvency of the estate of the
VOft
, tit!ihi>t. rwill do full justice to those who The bill to increase and fix the military peace \I Toffee Batter,....,. C8C 60ft:C5> cr All the Cooking for a Jlcaeuror and Inspector of Lumber, aid damnel B. Morgan dereaied, which It indebted to

w.iit C'rtli' to do or die for their country North establishment was called up and read, hut prior Can41eSpirre.........:......... ....VKoGO tr. Cimilv may he done ,. JACKSONVIBLE, FLA. an amount greater aUi then the value all thereof; Tbarefore it Bradley Dnplez Elliptic
1 ordtTed that
Sail 1 1 to any action thereon the Senate adjourned. Tllow.................................. with ICeroncne Oil or said by court, and tenon* bating clahn
tir th-iv with a heart in him that would The Home Aa.imantmc.. ......... ........ ......... &:*r (Sa with les trouble, June 23-4t. J osnin e.tate of, t>i pear file the tamo with the
in mUe of Probate Putnam
\Vii the consideration be5z. OR DOUBLE SPRING
s was engaged County, on or the
F1urSn'ctflne...........................9.009'iO 4r and at less expense, : tenth SKIRT
not r. *li'T lie it ilmd soldier in that sacred comeT of the tariff hilL Krtn ..r.....-HMXxreU.iO r than t>y nay other .h (10th) day of December nest, authenticated ia the

\ w.t' U
ti, .rs and i-linnod m memory as they aie Ly IKT'KTOH*.. 3fX4,00 aoteod. to Jicrf rta all that is claimed for (t. Orit day of May, A. IX U66.rus. .oIe owuse's of she?b* _

who a'lmire Lravtry, than to Leone of our Salt Utcrpnul per rack.2.50Soap c-ir 1 Send for Circular ., .] JAS.BTHIT, BttADLXT CAST.J.
line of romfutta- ,
\\\ittt NEW YOHK Xo.i.12 14 undersigned is now running a J nne 9-6m Judxe of TTolute.Ix .
u rthii atidabc generals l.kc Butler, Banks, July 7.. Toilet..................35(t75 Liberal di eoont to the trade. Kerosene Lamp Heat TliE four horse Coaches, between thecity hotel and rI Clisab.u aM 31 4 $1 P-

i urt.sVaKh>wrn. IVcnticn, Schure, Burnside, Money and other necessary relief is being Tea, Iljson.l,2Xal.50( er Company, 200 Pearl trcet, N. Y. the Dot, upon the arrival and departure or the train TIH Cincrrr Cocar, FOB THE EISTIKS Ciaccrror Xe,
July 7 1m II. & P.G"ROYESTEEX .
Hnriburt and others t'f that class of patriots, sent forward liberally to the su1l-rer by the late Candies.Black......................................lt0002M..... > MSO JOBS FLORID d.* MORKIK In Chancery., comp'nt. ) Hill for injunction *pera For isle In I b

who i u.phi tor j-poils and not for principles, and fire at Portland, Me. Whiy...................................... & co. > > rifle PerSgrntanc and rw- 8. 8AM3U8 ca,.
inort aithc when the were in The Hoard of Stock Brokers have subscribed Tobz.vn....................................... Travelers will conveyed to and from the hotel and SOLOKOS HOME, detcn-iajit.)bet C.. L. ROBIK8OW
vn i WC < enemy $300,000 the Corn I Svgais, perm.............2UOC(3100,00HABDWIRE. ( depot, upon the arrival and departure of tuunboat nival County to wit: ,
Exchange $100,000 and private June3-lm J.UNNELL. R. a sTttocaaTox
then 1'itr Piano Forte Manufacturers appearing to this court br affidavit, filed in this ,
IT
i fti.r. is in>t a noldkr-gravo in all the Srmthlej contributions are coming in. eiiue that the d>fim hut, Solomon lU>u r.ro Ule,out s. L. xiBuiac ca
who the faded hut is Boston has already subscribed 25,000 in con Axes, per A r.1SOCC20,00 ALBERT J. RUSSELL of Ibis Circuit, to wit : at Madison,in the Middle Circuit and 11 merabaula'eke sell OM
wib him lUrto
wore *a te
gray 499 BROADWAY NEW YOlOu
Bc11o-s!! I1aik.'mth............ ..........15,005i2.no of Florida. On motion of KU-Tuing tc. Dunk-t,Solicitor
Ui.>r< <*<"l and the true world more of a man j tribution; Newburyport $10,000. There will Cards Cotton fo. [0 per dot. pair. 1co attention of the public and the trade i* invited for Compl.linaiit, it b ordered that the mid -dcf nd
Efti a juiii'it than the jiolitical tool of tyranny j jh" I be a general movement in the Northern cities otI Chain*, Trace perdoi.I6,0
u*obition to win wealth in1 I 1 this character. Hoes, Btecli-er 3oz.14,00 and whoso most ful *.t a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, NaiK cut 4d to 40J..J.o led by any hitherto eftV>red in this market. They cpntain T T ui the most workmanlike manner. Furniture repaired lication of this notice, other-wine the raid bin ithall be taken
hoHtw. Eurct*! warliin Ib. .!*
tcad Shot
> < :
* i per all the modern French action roniewwd, and decree entered
improvements grand and varnished, old made as nod an new. a* a "pro confeajo" nytn
w-a.- < arnetl on .i;aiiit-t women and children, i on b--half of the suflerers by the fire at Portland harp pedal iron frame, over-Htrunj bam, etc.. and each Patterns lor maehivery mode when wantid. fhop in default of such appearance, and answer a=U provided :LTew tcxre

aon! *ud drfcned.s.Tho will etruw llowtiremcr Mr. A. Lo*. acted as President, and CoL KEW YORK MARKET. nmtruincnt being made nnder the ptrional Birj>cn1i
th' rruv ol thief Butler or cotton-btealing Elliott F. ShcpjMird as Secretary.hi Tniur'DAT, Juic M. 6 T. M. rf Mr. J. U. Grovcstevn, who hi* a practieal exp -nencef Feb 16-U fc M.y26 Judge Cirouit Coort. YA & PACE
Superfine \Vcutcrn $7SOa 870i over thirty year m their manufacture, u fully xrar* State of Florida-County ofbu'ral-r.e it mnt nbend ,.
( motion JL
of Moses
Haul1inU'jed- Wh will, with roe, perfume the air Grinnell.Esq., acouimitice ExtraSUlo. 8.90ft, 50 ranted in purticul.ir.
i
r\cry MILL'S HOUSE hat on this 6th day of J.ultt. A. D. 1866, I, Miohaol wItot-vs1LzA2tD XZTAII.DZJUJCKtOt
I49 thf .rr.i\t of mule-loving Curtis or piano- I of twenty-five was appointed to solicit 1 Choice 9.55(310,15 learn, clerk of the circuit court,in and for add county,
Io'in 'lt iinsfVho will fched tears over the subseritions.f Common to medium extra. AVe,,tern. 9.0XiilO,20 THE "GEOVESTEM PIANO POBTES"jrheit CHARLESTON, S. C. do hereby Certify that thiS IK a true copy of the original GROCERIES, FBOTJSIOK9.

cf Northern offinerp who f Captain Noyes announced to the meeting that' Extra i-ouni hoop 8.65S10,25( celebrated order in thin cause, now on fito ia my orar*. TOBACCO UQUOES,
hundn-dt. the jrheit award of merit at the
,
rav( Western traJobiando... 10.30u.13.75Common rpJUS fiwt das Hotel Is now thoroughly and *omJL In wilneH whereof I have hereunto .. *
1 1ent 1u1 1. and pillaged the homes innoVji himself and othrre ha-! already collected $5,000 Southern................. 10.7.st11,5 Vorlil's F. ir, where were exhibited in trument 'ls orer their sins and had ft warded to Portland. Fancy ami eXtr4 d ... 11.K16,75 he best m kcrtf of London. 1'aris, Gennauy, riiiUlelhio I tn vefcr every inf'ncement for comfort and convcnience- 1T_ S-1 iL HEARX, &c., &c. -
< jar may woi-p lialtimurc, IkUiD and Xev Yoik and a'so at the
Common Caruulian....... 9,15510,25 ; Invited favor
respectfully to me June 9-5m thfr tfii
arc TTTOC1J infcrra
The tra\elinn public Clark.Admiiiistrator's friendi and MnT
tat mmAmi tr will OVY | Hiii n
coflTW with a call a* nu pains spared that they h r* IMM!tb*CMMT Mw *t lLwith' -
I the of the H e flour(unjici-fir)... fi.KSf 7,00 and Si\er! M>.tlab from both of nLkli seen at our 1 }. .
weep over graves ty- YOUK, uly 7. > ware-room to render them WJiJi-rtablc. JUnEl'lI Notice.ALL Block pt5 the Mute,(earn.) Aa4ai MW* .
Corn meal .
rant nd tools of tyrants who went Tlio rep irto of cho'.cra tt.cs for the ] ast week Corn meul., IXrandyrine- ................... 4.Z5js 4,15'a 4,45 4,25 By the iKtr.Kluctii.n of imrroi enaeaU we make a ftlll J unc 30-3m Proprietor. fcrin-j T ried.*up rfy rfOroeeriea -FMwiMMM Uap

a ) ry mohbing men for an opinion, made tc !l lV-s.n! cf llr-ilth! ehr/w Corn meal, P.r.indy-int., punchconc.... 2,5XiJ- more pprfwt I'uno-foi-te, aud by manuturturinjc largely, person havfaz demands as&injt tb* estate of Grain, ILC, *e w oich they porpoiM alts.*
I I n for their belief, and beating as twenty- with a btiictly mph y-4n are entitled 10 offer tliexc mtninicnu Notice. I london, late of Dnval county, deceased, 17- 1e and Retail
COTTOS.
two caws, *iv etiti 'u. are hereby notified to present the am to the mtdorHlpnpd ,
with clubs for not shouting a ( Zand. Florida. Mobile. JV. O. rf T. Oar iroin > 2UO < than ilrrt OAK will, on Monday,July M, eloio hi* Watch fur within the time
ltX to liw.
without d.'t. fur fataL pntx-s are $ $ chcai cr any CP. payment, prencribed by -
tyranny, cowardice, wrong and i romig I Ordinarv..........3T!.......13........34.............34 cia: ,,. I'uinn-fortfl. Jewelry store, tot a change of hu.'mcs All And alt persons indebted to the said estate, are required and as x> hops win W'safliJWVgy" *
k d bless the of The IVi. T Uth! and Quarantine Corn- Low miililling......15.......35........36.............26Aliui21in Term-i-Xet Cash In current fund*. Wulch work, and Jewelry Jobs remaining uncoiled fur, to come forward and make immediate payment theyxca j-.4.-rwMwUMahaneri e
good omen oar niission'exi tO their ..........37.57........ ............. Descriptive circulars pent frvo. can be fmufl at Geo. A. Pa.k's Jewelry to-.u. WILLIAM IL 1IOUSTO2T. cM- 1..a.& i
orth or {south. God Mess those buildingsjjjg yB Puiut to \\st Bank. (luod ..... ........ ........ .............40 July7-ly II. & P. June 30-t May SO-8t ,Jmhutrator.. June 3 4n PACBf
themselves and who honor tho
Two ca. > f c.'ioiera am reported t.>--t .v. -
QUOTATIONS OF SOC1HEEX BANK XOThS.V.'e JEFFREYS & BRQT1I1R
Leo: the
real of the of give ruling quotation for Southern .
ae you sorrow i and 6e\m .'e reported to-day. T'>t* thrrmomjeter Hunk Note, rom t4-J erprewily for THE SocTnr! Exhv Shuttle Machine. jwr
ix of the South, thorn you have at SAM., wa4. i 94> at 3 P.M:. 0"PAYMAt (.lIAi.G?, )1t'rs. TilanuingA l'eFoivt, Itat.kcrt, 19 Empire \arez, lain of St. John Couuty deceased, are re- of Probate of Duyal County, fir letter dumuiKry
hate, those who have suffered wn rt., York; iueied to mak imuiu 2i.ite paynieuW end all person from the administration of the EISSIS of Francis A. ANDForwarding
rcngtli, *s read of their love I'll lAriJiNi AXP Tllil NA- Salesroom, 536 Broadway, U. Y. having; claims aj-xinst iid Estate are Twroeiited to pre- Johnson, debased. I.OUSIA U. JO1IKSOX
you VIRGINIA F te .
ilONAI. V'.NK. tent the name duly authvntirstid within the time prvaCiiUtl April 28 AdnuniatraUiz. MnrchntJaeksovUIe

1'ui >ught for them, let your licartsn i 4 Bank of Richmond................................ 10i 250 Washington, st., Eoton. by Uw,or thusnoti.-ewi 1 be pleaded m bar of tbc'riwnrry.
ri for those who never wronged t. X1 .. HIXGTOX, July 7. i hank <.f Ikikrlej................................... 75 LLOCTARIO ALVAUKZ, Notice for rata distribution J'100Sd.-
it do*n to rua your jewelled fin- I Paymas' J'alliiirr h .<. been found guilty of[ I LanV of tV mma end
yn. I luuiL ci ClAHew'on, Cliarlerton..................... It TNSOLVENCTof the estate CeorjreFUff deceased, \JT FonraBtM u r e ad sa -pli.4 cith
pr o' ia B, harps and guitars, if thwtc iii- the han.i {'r'rre i i a.- st him connection I tnk of the Cointnouwouitb..... .. Talented Feb. 14, I860. ROSS JL bcinp*ns7f ted4t ordered that notice of pro rata di abundant whar4ator*MM vvperaeevrbyof sa ,1. the pete'

lrara-: ones your sons or husbands j with the defun Merely .s'National Bank, and 1 liank of Itoiranltl'lv Mcured.................... Z4 'T'HIS III.K h inc in voiiktructeil on entirely new jrrlnil- LIVINGSTON & tnbutioo of the a-wct of said estate among; the creditor nievdms piasa seedsed to

gAr I liank of rhiilij.j l.... tr ..ihtmm > fa bravery {!), let your lingers! j! thousand doll.ite, and 1-c impris-mcd ono )-ear. I lljtik of 1i ktii lre................................ 30 jro'ouud experts, and pronounced to be CHOICE FAMILY GROCEUIES AND PRO havIng claims against aid estate, file the came with the to oar oovhipmenuvada 6. ana h .

4hI fC1(. least one ctraiu of s.uliios aaJ[ LIBERALITY OF U1X PEABODY.) jl tiikof It., kin.'hani........ ... .............:..... 45 I3ZrL1C1TT LTD riHJ-CCTION CV11BISEP. Probate Judge of Uuval county,at or before the 19th of Charicrton or New York. Stnete *tfr-d-a 5 oU thJOHN

vyoir in rcmctnbrancc off the ones BOSTON, July 7. hank ofS.*. \ilc..secured.! ..................... % VISIONS, November next A. DOGOETT, u of onr correfpondcnU aadwulbetherule
y hank of the, \tKvy............................... 29 It has a tr.dlit medic, ptTnetxUcuUr action, niakei UVXES LIQUORS TOBACCO SEGAES 4c. May 19-Cm Jude of prohat*, Doval Co. Jane
& ,c jhieal instruments rightfully be- George lV-ab> dy has made another gift off [ J llank of Vinnnia................................... SI the lock or nhuttlo KtiUJt, Lk.fi will neither rip nor ravel ,

loru as your eyes rest on rings, pine, 100,000 to the institute established by him at Hack of Win h*,Ur................................ 75VuUttl and u alike on both ,ride; perforavi jx-rfect aewing on Bay Street, Jacksonville, Ila.Juue Administrators' Notice.
ang Iry tt'Scn from Southern women 'I ( ItaAk of Virginia....uurd................ 31 every dewcripthw materUl from leather to the GnettNau CTIAB1
South Danvcjs. Corporalbni nf A)< randiia....................... 45 >ouk muHlin, IUi cotton, linen or Hilk thread, fcmn SO-tf A LL Indebted to the estate of the lat* John ,
kt y nj t god'uto.thelandcfasheand MARKETS. Iauviile lUnk. IlAimllc....................... ..... 24 the ronnw-t to the hm-t number. Having iwitbrrutin .tt. W.pevnme Pearson deceased,are requested to make immediate PORWARDIXO AID cWLI38IOX XXZCIU
grates, asi mod home and sec from whence EldInte 1ek of Virfinli. >' rfolk................ 37 or C'\Vbecl.. and the Itadt poemble frutiuu, it runs as AUCTION. ,,and all hanrr claims and do-

L'1flhl) thOI mcattics you bo glory over. NEW YOJUC, Julv 7. !arrnrm' 1:1111k of Firw-nitlt1........................ 3k smooth ad glai*', aiid b.L.IPL&1CiLLY. the 5th of mands asaznat payment said estate are persons notified to present them
vht eetr-n tea from Gold is quoted at 153. Exchange, 10j.- pz lnrr' ianu 01 's lrlflU%.................... .... 1 XIIISELESJ MACntNC. \\TILL scUat Auction on THUUSDAY, duly authenticate within two from the publication .
\
ou few your silver' T J ely, to close a Comiinimcut. years "WHOLESALENotice.DV.AT INofloczEIzs
3tcnJunts' ....................... 35
ItankI.VDrbburg
Cotton o3hf.. Flour dull 1 1 XT cent. Uin to drive it than hereof or this noUc win b* pleaded In bar of their
sa1es 8- ntjuirej
Iot 'r, from silver spoons tent to yva ; steady at Muntirello! Itank.................................. 3? other imichiiie fifty | in the market.power A girt twehejeur* 11 Ca4 l xU and Shue S. M. rK.VESON, Adm'x. VI8IOKB
from .u ri. homes, think for one moment oft 5001,acs; State at $G.50gl0.15; Ohio, $S,753 Xorthmi-ntern 1'ank, Jetfcrsoniillf................. B< of any CKU woiL it tca lily, iihout titijru or Injury to 40 Su-ks S.dt. recovery. S. M. G. OART.Att'y. PRO BAT. OWJi.f.1QtOR .

hii thai on Memorial \ thee lg.7; Southern, ?10.20317.Vheat exhibit South r.ti-ni llank. VvtlitnviUc.................. > hsiith.1U uce &0 Kits Mackerel.Ubls. Plour.it Ocala, Fla., May 12, ISiS. May l" -St SrnI.kS&e.ee.aonxT .-
Pay > | and iialf hbIs.I .
y 21
dot tendt' salos,. bushels. fiader'lUiik, HlrhrtioiHl......................... 30NOUTH ctrcj-Rlh aWl wonderful MmplKity of construction
: tiala an on thoso things, or were a lining" ncy; 21,000 ) B1.k.1 I>iwuil and O'rarkers.Wbtkey. 122AA
:' ((' tul them uiide to hide the Corn dull, sales 26,000 l&a&els at 89a90c.BJcf .- CAUOLINA. rctiJtrs it aliiuiot 1iioisiUe to prt .ut of uiiler and la Ca.s Claret. Ate, Jelly, Nails, IXaeUnsf, Ac. MARIA 1 J.SMrnfadmrnitratr of the Estate of FOB tJtt XS?w

over ,. J'oik sales barrel Bank of CM pc Fcjir................................. S5 guaranteed l hv the Company to give entire (oUnCu tloii.V.'e TERMS-Approved note at 'JO d.iys for sumi of f 100 R South, hue of Putnam Comity, deceased, c.Ieed's'*bE'Jcknaswill )la..
iarl steady. heavy, 5,000 at Bank of Chariot tf.................................. SO pectfully invite all thp=c lio may desire to or more. WILL. J. JLKFISEYS, having filed in my ofilof a suggea ion of the h>* lvrncy Jon 18
fl.aL ii.-; randals who disgraced the f31.62jUr63l.ft7J*. Lard and whihkey dalLK 1taik of (ria-cndor............................. i auiplv iuiklre8 with a npcriar article, t. coae and L ne)1t Auctmneer. afraid Estate eommitted to hw charge H Is therefore te.1..
.
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..... .. .. MUUIK lltte unr&v 21rt.i wtjMkin _4. ta .U Ua ---- ,-
A ILtf an, i ... u., n_ T.z- -' -.- .. ... .. ... ..... .. 1* -- ---- -
aii BrtViiprf, and \rtio plundered pentine at 7a g 82. Rosin dull at 2.629.-< \ Iiai&k of }'ayettcvilte........................... ..'.. Shank One Iujjlhour's inniruction i* rtimcient to ennlile any LUM BELL do appear and fife the same with the Joire lrnhaie of -
d .- them homes under tho sanctioaud ? of Lexington....... ........................ .. 14llatk pcn<>n to work thin iaohinc to their enti.e Ratin'iution.Amenta .' said County, on or before the first Monday in Jylv next, -
r Li .. Gold closed 53'a. .. ; wanted for all town in the United Suten,, QAWED: : I.UMKKU. ttoouixc, WEATIIEUBOAKDIAO 186C, authenticated in the manner prescribed by tawi"--
; St&flt4)fl, had not the power to of North Carolina....... ... ... ....... .. 32 rrfliE following persons itieqit.d be.atais.f
l t God-given right to shod tears and No stock board met to-day U-inkof Wa fui 0 ic.fur sale Ly Witness ray hand and official seal hereunto before the BeaM af Cosmtj C-----sam IBCUW *
Cuba, Mexico, Central and 8outh America, tomhouiJ june30 \T. .&. McLEAX.r. [L.S.] affixed this the 16th dar of December A..D.
NEW OnLZAns 7. Bankef Washington.............................. 4 of Poval, at tha>rrobateeffiM to the dsyedJseta
io fr j jjt wi ia memory the one who were to July Hank \Vilmlnfrton............................... 14 liberal discount s-Ill be ?tvcn.hill'JHK 18 5. .W.McLOD, county eunvi1icou'aiuidayiniy MU nert, M vttT ***
Th) m deal ii vi<\ vurthr. They bnve lost their Cotton market etificr. Sales to-day 600 bales. hank of Yaiircville................................. S SEWING ilACIIINK MFG. CO, \ H. II jrri-s K. 11.A K. M. Bcard, Jan. 6-Cm. Judge of Probate iUier (Con&derat. engaged iathekkt .TX. stQaa*
*
moth< avo lost their loved onca-thy Low Middlings, 32S33c. Gold 52. Commercial hank, Wilmington.................... 14 Ju.y7-3in-lL i P. 53u Broadway, N. V.U. Late ef Nashville,Tcnn. Late of Macon UJ. *. from wound received)to battle, or* ioe5s6*
Judge Howell has issued proclamation calling Farmer Bank of North Carolina.................. 27 L. (him., Late of A&hcvUe, X. C. IN cmcrrr COURT; MAEIOX COCSTT,FLA.- the service,physically incapahi* **. saania a
UiVl uCjath : 11' rose and the magnolia to Jerk a Merchaots liank of Xewbern...................... 40 Nancy Wallace, j jT and are te a destitute coadidon: *JI hOdrs oCeans eel-
) .vi- their loved ones-they have pfltds together Convention of 1864.MOBILE. llank of Koihoro-................................. Ji Harris, Gaines & Co., *. } Attachment, dler under fooiteem yras all .wisewe sal

a tc c-n 1ear-wt and given July 7. Miners' and Planters' liank....................... 23 S. MAIL ROUTE. James J.ConneH. I Iainnge.-$4000. (Mrh orphans be na .r the a_ of -
us 3'.we4id I .h the graves and of Bank of Thomasville.............................. 25 Wholesale Grocers milE defendant and all other persons interested are TealS) of all soldicrt engaged in ttokW ,war and wfc*>
i n purity
: goodiieta Sales of cotton to-day 50 balcx. Middlings, SOCT1I CAllOLIXA. .1. notified commencement ofanit in the above cause tot their lives whil*ha the maMa,wh* so p 0

30c- Higher grades scarce, and bring quota P.snkofCam4en................................... 48 AND DEALERS by writ attachment returnable to the Spring Term, of wdtantMlal* in want of th* *Hm* -seee5
as it not Vind in our Government tions readily. Lower grades abundant and rel- Tank of Charleston................................ 11liank a LIQUORS TOBACCO AND SEGARS the and Circuit Court, for the County and State aforecsid, hfit'T By order 4fCoandna

d ro .rcsinwnts of troops to guard of Chester.................................. 1$ are required to appear, answer, plead or demur :. -
1 reLclIion" on the part of th *ofi ly cheaper. Kankof Oeorgeionn.............................. 1s ,. --.-- prescribed Ocala March t>y law.24-Gm.. 8. C. PsRRUflL, June 23-45 Pm. 1i.erd, : _
FROM SYASHINGTON.WJLSHINOTOX Hank of Hamburp................................. If .-, --.---.w Grocer's Drugs and Spices, PUhrtifl's Atty.
L. weeping vromen and children: Bank of Nowbur .,................................ 50 EDUCATIOXAL.L .
ew whether they were colored or July 9th. i Hank of South Carolina........................ ... 16 THK FAVORITE &TE.VME1: AJTD NOTICE.A .
One amendment to Old Issue stank of the State of South Carolina..... 16 GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS ned sVsiwi to he ssSsorprof s LnIW4
ccais thov were sufficient was adopted suspend so ,
(' "BUICK" TOM CKOY, much of the direct tax imposed by the art of j Farmer? and Exchange.......-................... 5 20 Beaver Street, H. Y. X1L ArmIes of the late Confederate States, also IndIgent wffl h*ncetvcd at the Persf I.cbniis

KJL Lsv. Crosse (Wis.) Doinoert.l'.tTTKVLA1tS 1861 as ia nncollccted, until January, 186S.- Merchant*, Cheraw............................... WI'eoplcs'Bank. CAPTAIN JACOB BROCK, L. F. CHOICE, late of MHfedgeriOc, (Is.i widows and orphans of soldiers who died in the service at the sani.i Duesi ad Pe iests.. '
Mr. Morrll Kvd h" nrrtisidered this one of .......... 4C \' been thoroughly filled, is npiin plaeed of said States in the late war,residing in the county of 7Lo1Lzcz cuLL.Itmucou .
the best n of itxutrtetion Jiaziteri' iank, Kuriicm........................ ... 15)) I on her old route between Jmk >n\Hle and Kuterprmo 1zrriaaxcrs. Dora], an requested to hand hi their -names to the t-R., 0.F)1eka, X 1.J .
:iAari
and Me 'hanics' Bank 17 | stoj puijft all intermediate points, ienvin Jacknnnville 8. L. Nil.&A A Con Jacksonville. Probate Judge of said county.
IU 1GNUH >> < )F BRITISH L MIMSTIiY.i :
OF THE)JATTI j: orTERO ES.. hank..4 every Saturday morning at 9 o'ckwk,1'.iatka, J. S. Sammu it Co- May 5-tf -
-
BELLACQ LI'4BAU UAY. State Mnuda) moiuinu 4 o'clotk. arriving at Enterprinc 8 Thomas ic Bg>r Ma.li.-on, C. ILJ -
The British Mmifctry tmlei-1 ih' > : i-esigna- Union Biak....................................... fO o'clock P. M. Returning will Icnve Jinterpriie Wednesday ). Willutma Montiicllo. Executrix Notice.. _L vJjsa -J *
We have news of the severest buttle In all the tin, whi h tli. tiufn-n a <-"tj', ( It is supposed OEOKGIA.Auguftia m rninf( 5 o'clock. Falatka Tliarday morning 7o'clock \V. C. Carrell, K. TEOM *** "n *.? ed.* Jlj TU
that Lord onville i o'elock P. M. Lake indebted to the estate of Charlas TRJD Buildin at is3nB need sa l a.
of IViby will foria tinIM W 3Iisi"try.FSOM arriving; at Jack> Ives A Cu.. City. ALL persons j
the The workand
progress; war. maneuvering TIL: ; r-i: vr OF WAU-UKPU i i:OF Insurance and Banking Company......... ff JOHN CT VKK, Aarnr.. . W. dc A. M.Scott & Co., Talvhiis5eo.Klrk late Duval county. FUu, deefsnsd.are Ii lit T1Ifl..A3DO.L- -- -- -.
of a whole year brought on by accidtnt a ITALIAN'S. Bank of Augusta................................... f-i Jury 7-tf 1ed's Wharf; Jacksonville, lla. '"r *Johnson, requested to make nnmcdtato payment to the under- JimelMtWHOLKAEE
bloody fight on May 2, at Estcro Bollaro. in Paraguay THIS Bank of Athens............ 44 J. UJllarriB Onincy. signed; and all persona who have any claims-or demands '

two or three leagues inland from Paso The ItiU.rwtlp&4he King were n'ji rted as Bank of Colombo................................ Itt TOE SALE J. ,l. M. lhi\kLon, tjulni-y. (juxie3'.3in j I them against within the said the estate tone,prmeribcd are hereby ny notified law,or. to this present notice C. $LA2R

.
Bank of Fulton. .. ... ... ...-.in- ..
and a little bkirmish cosnci of little importance. sides fangnt br4'.elv, and end .! in iv...
lie the Italians The Austrians took UOOO I Bank of Savannah................................ 41 i party returned to the camp of the allies, prisoners. BaitkoftheStateof lieorgia......i................ 23 THE '. celebrated Pure Rye WhIsky FLORIDa, OtAXSE COCXTT.-IX CUAKC T. AND IffTPAIL
aai a no enemy was supposed to be near, there Thi Italian army retreated acr >BS the Central Railroad Banking Coroi-anr............... 98Uy .A.t S6 Per Head. Ifc.vd & Ron's Pare Rye Whisky v William M ins .

was enjoyed a general rest day, lounging and Mint i >. (? liank Augusta........ ... ................ 2G Old Kentucky Boui bon Wbi ky ... Cotnp.v. ) BOI for Divorce.
1-jafing as the eoldior win when entirely off da- It is positively asserted that the Hanoverian Farmers and Mechanics Bank..................... 12 For further particulars apply at this oco. Walter's & Co. Toxcaloosa WbricwPntker' Talitha E. Mills, BOIL)} |
Georgia Kaltroad and Banking Company........... 97 & Co. SIonongah Whisky
'v Qojclly the Taragiiayan cavalry followed army is tnrrocmlod, and must cu]>itulate to the Marine Bank....................................... KB June 10-tf New England item TT appearing to the Court by affi.lavit filed in this
'U-- skirmishers, aad entered the with Prussiaits Mechanics' Bank.................................. 9Merehnt. Pure French Brandy JL ran e Unit the defendant TaJitha E. Mill reode eat :
th ttghtenod sentinels themselves.open camp This n'V"ls confirmation. .' and I'Unters'Bank..................... c JSTOTICE. Domestic Brandy of this Circuit to-wit: in Madison county, la the Middle
InCintryan Planters' Bank..............,.................... llTUnhcr Dew Drop Gin Circuit of Florida. On motion of Fleralmr Daniel ;
fort, was at the heels and artillery brought Nothing is known of Bens movements. Cutters' Bank........................... ... iVnion SIX week after date, I will apply to the Honorable Madeira, Sherry, Port, Caret, and Champagne Solicitors for complainant it i* ordered that the ndd defendant .m
e!, th( roar. The Paraguayans had taken four REVOLT IN MADRID. Bank....................,................. 8 of Probate of Putnam County. Fla, fur letters wines. Talltba E. hiU.do appear and answrr the bill
Ma.nutacturfrs' Bank............................. 20 AdmlnUtrntion on the Estate of E, S. Eubanka, do. AH of which will he sold at reduced price, by Bled in this enine within two month afterdate*f publication
guns b< fore the opposition began, and the allies A Revolt took place in Madrid 1000 craaed, late of Putnam county. JOHN CLARK, of this notioe, otlierwis the said hUh ttua be
rise fmin their and persons AUtBAilA. WM. X. KUBAXKS. taken as confesvrd, and a decree "pro confetHo" entered
compiled to lounging July 7-Cwp June 15 -it at A. M. Ueed's AVhart
killed and the revolt
supprcsiotLDESTRUCTION in default of such as ia provided by law. GENERAL; E1CTAMDT&k
tj&l in disorder where they fctood, some without Bank of Mobile.................................... SO np June 33d, 13C6. appeaianee.B.A. PUTNAM.
coat* Or hits and some of the cavalry were hap- OF OIL WELLS. Bank of Montgomery ............................. 90 Notice. -
in LocisviLtE Bank of Selma..................................... 42 I. iOUK weels alter date hereof I will to the ESTABLISHED 1856.E. ; I, JAKES: P, HCaUKY. Clerk of snid Ctrart do -
Iv gamg their horses without saddles. PA., July 9. Commercial Bank.................................. 42 Jud ecftbe Probate Court apply hereby that the U trne ,
of certify foregoing a
Putnam of
Oc-n. llon-s commanded the and the last the ........... .. .. .... ;; county, copy the No. 2
vanguard, During storm night, lightning Central,Bank .. ... ......... 42 hands, for order to nrll the Beat Estate ri0nalordcronCle tamyolflr. Donthl 38tBof Jtm Hoegfs JBIoclvBayrtnet
*a In camp during the surprise. He rallied struck the pipus in a wellwhkh communicated Eastern Bank............'.......................... 47 the kstato oijosrph M W. Webster ilctcasrd.SigncdJ .belonging to 18(41. JAMES P. lirOUKY
Lw gas Northern Bank................................... .' Clerk of ,
jura, and his favorite regiment, being some to the tank exploding iL The oil ran Southern Bank................................... &tTEJnfESSKE. 30 4w< U XHY 6. BCXJARDCS. -June30-Sm Orange county Circuit Conrt.
handled at 11 o'clock a. m., was only 40 by 3 down to Bcrnhoff Ron, and the fiames reached June 'fcOoaargf Mtmi &

P ro lit- was completely surrounded and was other largo wells which
eighteen or twenty Bank of Tenncwtec, ol.l issue....................... c : 'oR s&IjEi PASENGBI HEDULE
iun:; fast when the Brazilian Gen. Osorio came were burnod. The tanks of all were explopcd, .* new-Issue........... "

ti;i m jth a strong reinforcement, and learning the causing the greatest loss ever experienced in the 11antere' Bank of Nashville....................... t? THE improved half of Itcdtly's Point, for sale, 120 0- JACKONY11LE ILL
dti.r of Horca sent with oil of barrels of oil Union Bank ofXa hviUc........................... cleared land under good fDee, with good -
regiment positive
a region. Upwards 20,000 llankefChMtnooga.........., .......i............ *? houses, kitchen, rest of land pine and hammock. For : P. WEBSTEEA3H & co.n9LET P. O P
V.riw? to re"ne unIt: was a regiment ollrazllua were destroyed. Commerce .............................. '" paxticHlani apply to Proprietor ,. V

volunteers, and they cut through a RECEPTION OF MR. PEABODY AT MON UI Knoxrflle....... ......................... June 30-31 CIIA8. J. MAONEILL, JCIiEIIt,13$6. c__ .-
'hd U ly of and brought Gen. 1* Memphis ........-.,***.* >**t *. $3'B : ? RETAIJ. t' ,' .-
*wres Parajuayns TREAL. )LlddJe Teun..os. ..J... ..i/.i ..... M4fr Medicinal JLiquors and Wines. WetaXICI.) Am re Leave Kenuuks. .
out alive, leaving nine-tenths of their ; 9. Paru.;........*.....*....................... 45 .
number dead Whiul them. llorec bad"whcn July the UntoQ.. ............................. 04tt PT7RE YaECh1 BUAXDY- ;.._.TAkdQiy ****** 134 i
a'tarkod, only four Latallioni of infantry a few Mr George Peabedy met with a warm reception West Temie..*....- .................... 40 By* Whisky > ll'Oliutc LOS 3.0 -
avalry soldiers 'at Montreal on Saturday last. He was Duck'.D..zik.......................i................. Pure Irish Whisky -lOlKiaderson 3.38 J.41 '
and four guns, and the force but declined. City Bank;... ............... ..................... SO Pure Old holland thu ,, Baldwin443 4.33 Paasvp Frdfiht,
that fdl on him was estimated variously from tendered a public dinner Commercial Bank............... ... ............. 90 Pure Madeira Wine 20Jacksuavtne; ,: sta

,003 to 10.000. II* Lad two honw shot under fiUX-STUQKES! : NEW YORK. Merchant*' Bank................................... U Pure Sherry Wine KEEP CONSTA.'VrLYon hand a large and weH *c- t rTuAL'JaeksoircllW -
lUrfl, and lost Northern Bank................................... 8"Oooce Pure Port Wine. For sate by Stock of A FULL
aso throe flaga. Only two days NEW YoaxJuly9.The Bank................ 30 K. WKBSfEn & CO., 4
kfre GIIL Osorio had besought him not to reniaun weather fearfuliy hot yorterday; 33 Bank of Khrihyrllle................................ 75 Ko. 5omiuU' Block, sign of the Uohlcn Mortar. 50 Baldwin S 31$ Pass ,
wa 6.10 6LIS
.. .. .......... 15 Dec 30-tfA. PUI 20 $anderson { down Freight -
so dangcroos a'placf aihe had selected from the Southern Bank... ... ;.. .. .. IO1OIustcs
for his cases of sun-strokowitii 27 deaths same Trader Bank.,......................... ......... 23LOUISIANA. 6.43 8JO Dry:Goods, -
camp. The latest account of the battle reported DrrwiBorrta, Jxo. M. W. hhiu, llUk* City 7.20 I
were
**?* that the allies lost l OOmon and Paraguay ,O8vannah, ha. Jefferson Co, Fla. Drugs and !Medicines.Chemicals .
hut -_ RATES OF FAKE OF TBS 7. Cw RAILROAD. : ClotMng .
,zio. (Jim. Mitre report they left 1,200 fearful tornadoes Bank of America...............;....,...............120Bauk A. Dutenhoffer & Co. -
**4 on the field, and also left $00 muhkeU and One of the most of Louisiana.. .;.;..............;............. 49BankofXetr From Ijiks City Jacksonville, if paid at the Boots '

host of At night the Allies held that eyeiyisitei6t.Ya4 Minn., swept Orleans.....'..: .<. 70 SnIPrL'to, FOKWAiimif & COMMISSION Uh1C1WITS Patent MehIcIDeLTZUa.C., Surgical Instrn- office and atlcket. .prootred.. ..........:...........f4 00
priaone Canal Bank......................................... 83 If paid on tho can........ .. ........ ..... .S 00To
tLeattle field and two mile* in advance. brer the city last week, lasting *threo Citizens' Bank?.. .............. .. ................ 88 BA DATSTBKZJ TAXyjUT; CA. meats Pocket Case, Forreps, 4c., &cn I'aJnI.O( all'Culors Ornate* with a. ticket...*...........i.......... 00If Hals aad Cape -

J to one can tell yet by what means 1'nwdent of -hour. ,A number of Crescent City.,,,......,............................ Prompt attention given to the purchase,"sale'and ship- LlnfcedOils both Coil. paid on the tars..................... 10To
quarters an Putty. (English
J I-fiz Loj,* to out-grneral the AUIos. He has LouisianaSJat Bank..... -. ..........,......... 60Mechanics'and meat ol Cotton, utttber and Country Produce cencr- : ) Sanderson wtthsj ticket.......,................] Cv crockery.flardi
Schell ,-
Dr.
five fiirt buildings -were injured, and a Trader*' Bank.. ...J. .;.... 94 t: 'ally* Consignment solicited, on which liberal ad.variccs ed and Baw, Kerosene Oil Var- luau on the ran..4- >..... 00 :
within the few leagues ,((10 or so) be How's Consolidated Merchants' liank./.. .......i .C.r..'...-...... 60Xew will be made. ,Turpentine, To Baldwin with a ticket.... .-? ,.... 00If 7
tween the prnsoat location o: the army and his fatally hurt. A* Orleans City Scrip.;... .. ... ....... 00 nUbca Stofla Garden Sccd paid on th.ears................... ..J.... ... 00 .
"trongholl, IlumaiU. Ji uf a mark of temerity Chicxi8 *>r of Union iBank.,/.,.'.,.;. ...i..... !... .B i....075 Brigham, Baldwin & Co,Savannah. Hiram HobertsEq If paid on th ears.......;....;.....;...;,..:...,_ 10 -
gnat confidence in his resources, that in sfUm c&mo up-were gathered between .SxifE'BOXDS A3TD'COUTO3T8. Savannah, J. U.ZeWIU Cu., Mat-on, Dr. K. L ToBabiwlawftha.tlckt......... > .. t U... 30 r
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UM faou of euch an army a* the AUij have, hew two and three 'thousand persons, and Angier, Int. Kev. Cot;AttRnsta, James M., Ball, Esq, If paid on the carFrom *.*.........-. ....., .,,..... 0

sent soms 10,009 mon< to moot Gen. Boron 1.gtliDot(1----a--; ........C7to6Korti Atlanta, W. Chisholav, Atlanta, Us., & U lU>bin.on, MUST QUAL1TX, Sanderson to BtUwia with a ticket..;.. .2 00
*'* de Alegre and hiruitlj 10 the immense canvass was hurled 'upon Carolina Floyd Bools..;..;.............64 to JOXorthCaroJina Jacksonville,>U,F. Dibble,JaeksonvUlo, yin, Cot W. If paid on the ears. ,,.... .t....>. <... .. .3 00 which U.Z.redfer s leatfeare4jsl sm. prcrent TeJacksouifl.w1thsticket. .............. ....3 COIf
the Boods... ,.....M to 84SoothCaroiins J.Bailey JeUtrson Co. Fla,T. H. Baldwin Co- Sew '
OM men, as he has, from pMsiaz i 4 raraguay headVof the inmates, burying them Bonds...... .f .- .M to U(1eorDqnda..3.a..e. York l4arden Co.S.w York, Warren Mitchell,rjtq., paid co thcars.......... .;,.,..,.J.4 00 l>ycro sing ILssiduea all in one confused mass. :Jfo one "Was : ...:...;...'..;,,.ioo 50105TmsaeeBi114.1. LolaviU., Xy. -* FruaiIUldwiatoJack ininwilhtkket....;;. 00Ifpaidonth '
The ;... .. .... "".. Jsn13-tf'. cars..r........ .. .... 00 fkBRIAGX o-t2DL--Y'* $
> ""- -
number W < <
of 0,000 eOnrtive BjeSi by seriously injured, though a ..great con TheFassenjrerTrsiBwiff vhf eooneot ml lk* City .iu Werk, Xverjr.M M*.e* iout.
"* The above Bonds are TJmght with Coupons,
"a-ftoing iteamers, 4z.C tieai iroa a formidable July : : >oliUal*awl F B l
menace. TJL f I dby ahUof- to Kt Florid* Railroad, on Mondays, Wednesday and Fri. Vnin- *> >
... .. <' <
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Jas. L -Hathaway & Medicinal
TJtley Xiiqiiors -
?eriCon.., Jiiba caftfia j lr to Uk ortsr hit The recei fr the lie- city of&vnsta'Geora.; 50 60 days.3T -

] oe army j tii fa.ce4 th Jb ia pen dayi ,000,000. Chirfcstoo Civ, etock.!..*.,...Jfei..i.- to 62Sew BniPPiscTAiro'pOMMisajos MEIICHANTS, the train.The*sm. *rites will h*charged and .eoUetcdOB th* 00'b
up
Wnncver kwta % 4-*the kleamors, the same Qi taans City B,L1sondt.-7 to 80 171 FJBABXi 0TZUBET, IOE1V TOBK. '* :: -:., -:-- :
cltliltmpLIe: end. by .- ....'...*-.;.:.... to 65
*Itt* hu Ci outing resadt' awl many little 1170,000,000, City M pJBBailroo4..i.,. ..W i. "r.S7 to 62 oniignmentaW" *Cotton and all other southern product : .. '(WARRANTED7)) YBElOUT8CUZDUL Q* F.C.RR.June IMM.

steamers, and hnndrd of fiat:Loat*' vnd dinoea i: CityMeaiyhw Municipal.,,.........*.........$7 to U :Dec 23 solicited? CmA' C '. '
?be in retft ting ) *ve cs.riet off Savannah Ccopon*< <......"..'... V.......... .SO to ,. j ( : : ;- : :; Miles 6taU m. : ArTiTt Leave Remarks -
iU araguayan* James ,.1Es1te.odior$ ft1U. Augusta <3 op js.f: *.. ;i. .... ii .........7S to 80JteinpliisCoujjom. c -j -
g eats beC'1O21bI &flOT b5t eZpt the T41Zett ii ab6ut .... ..'.......... i..'. ....i7*to DO ; ALTVATS ,09 'HAXD-XO. i. SAMMIS BLOCK, Lake City 4 _
gr f the morass. Krery particle of yroris- North CarolinaCoopona. .........-..'........54 to 60 \ ,; *. lllOlmste* iS8.1S .
ionhato h # to as umo the editorial iRaMgement of renueo COSp0Al.B.... ..; $0 to'$3 TITATE rented Jfi* 'Dmuf bun wrr bonsc on lOSaadenoa: ISt.13 : $
ioported. ; : Georgia Conp ms.;;.;.;;...,..,.....' :.....70 to'7$ Adams stweth X will taie Doardcm/in retisonubi Sin of tho GOLDEN HOBTAB.NOTICE. DUdwbsJOiJackJoirriHa .-
It hat jest assprot that*j vthe putaet the the Chicago Jlrjm! the thrw natkxu agreed" V> demolish::jHumaita, South Ontfi"* '*!' 1 '"" --t'' ".60 'v I wttl also rent nice new roojnvpricc ranging from $ Jnn.3O-m : 1 ? WlN. '- -'---- -'
to .. to|h2 per month; and In Sb.mean thue I am prepared .
Savannah and CUirfeston First Mortgage..,-,.40 ;Ilaebi yflhgr .ao f' : -
dTlinr6lu&uy1tazms, mik: the OXT BE FOOLISH." You eaa make $z del. M' 'M Bewnd Mortgage.....u to .. to*re airvKloa this Imsiate fora : .. '-20(1i.Mwi( 4.30 ;}4: Warsp4u1n,

f*Toay river bm LOT the world."M Ur* from fifty cent dull *od 'examine' aa to. )X.itomeiy .nd'WSaDD1&t$ Balbosd 1ionds.$3 to 70- series of years in ono oftho mostbthionable cities ia the \TBS.- FLEMM1NO (ire* notic t thatsh has r111 *- 20 MaJenion 7 T7.1G f -
eton urgently neodW fcy everybody. Or a ampl* t&o R.L-Doede..73 to80 south,,! furfaaureil that I fan yiv. satis action inn &-
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long-talk of Gran:.C3uco Expedition u Kashvill*and ChatUawoja opened her house at Hibernia,JJ miles ahore Jack; 20O1u.te !
the ensaby mail far Me*t hat IUi eaMly tot$5, )y tt. ) and Charleston eado. R. R. Bonds....75 tq M cnrOt! t can a
> Memphis e;
ZrennentoC val to tudor L. Wotcotr
gentlemen go 170 CUatham Slow*, Nay York. Ki-w and Ncr Orleans ; '
.... ..M 0 York ntylr u"i' -
fs, June 5J Mot ife sSd f Uio R. R. Sterflnn Bon : to. > boarders. The wharf has been wpnlrcd so that steam-
of tt Saata IV rrwfiuooal Government -Ir Jiaio -t ML: loniX3ON.k .
j. '(.5c'tie.s ioLO bat* can land without Oifllcalty Jan. 1 J-tf .Taite 2-Irn .-- -- .. -
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I .t I JL.n'tl,1fj. .l4...._...' .,- -, ..- ......' .- . .-" .. _.._ -. _. -- --------.:- ARRIVAL< \ :: :57. 'HJBOSTWICK & 'cof.., JOiiwssAWtii' : i !
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: NEGRO TESTIMONY. .
? .OAbRjOutpU1cL.; .c or. brass skillets which/ar poisonous."Usb'wooden and B tai1Druggists ,

.1 1fc spoons with holes th disH ,' .A friend recently related to us the folLowing -\ FOR CHARLESTON; Wholesale Receiving Forwarding, .

j {Jn tAa4.A-.i i d.t&atlil': .] all pickles, keeping them always well : Not long sinco a Federal officer, FERNAND1NA', ,
AND .
e > covered and froo from air. Another out of service -' VIA SAVANNAH '
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mustered
O NOTES CN GILU. who had just boon NEW .AND
IIT1IU5111P
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&:i ** method 1 of pickling cucumbers, which is through I mi lIlIW OF >
; iu,this Biate passing .
SOLTliE Crn: J.Tt:.- was f .' ,
it D9ILL good is to put them in salt and water, horseback .
our former arficltj(n Grapes, uur tho salt and tho country homeward, on riOt 3 Ambler & Hoeg's Blpck* :

vario'rti: confined to thoso as you pick them, changing \i' and stopped all night with n gentlemanin I & .4 fAOOMMISSION -4

Obf\'r-I' water once in throe or four days.- tho FLA.trKEP .
During =
JACKSONVILLE
Now- a neighboring county. ,
Lzbriirfa1tiili calircjyr "
fc fcI \Vhcnyouhave done collecting yourcucumbers'fo.r ; before bed time several matters I .
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olTcrta'lc\v' evening
to rouutrka xi wn ICT-A-TOR '
pqso > them out ; Good.h 'awlsrtrf.iU.cUa
take
Spring'and' Summer
Itho Efttivalisdr' Suuiuicr pickling, ( were dUcussod between tho two, whenat COXETTHU.TILL eon.tM ltyonnand;a targe : MERCHANT ::
iomrinyvto and 'and turn scalding : CATTA1N L. 31. A'% ***'rtn..m ofDRUs '
I *- l I of tho salt water, on length tho subject of "negro testimo fromJh""" i JlK1JlCl.VE't..tlIF.VIC.tL} .""D Kt.vcr,
\\Vtcgin.\iiththo:
Orap l salt and 'I -' _!. LlUCII.HJ.'noX
C.1&e 1 V-\ small wliito or ealmcn hot vinegar, it with. alum II ny" came up, tho officer contending ,, V Wharf, every Saturday At M 4?"o.d.Vf,.." ity'tLSvnnK I' I pI if vw. ..iirici.'S II"I.YP9W GLASS, !, Ho. 1 and SAMMIS' BLOCK, -,
_pcpj or corns in it safe shouldbe rver) Tuebiy ST.tTW.'IH 1". I
ofjgoodjfldior but which most btrencously that was ,Jk'OflV1ll cvr) ru9day I UILS.
cu1orethtpe: Jt4.'turniJ'illl"Iv .
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Wit- En'
rots atii iiUdovta.go iri l1 hn8: ta',rcuderJ I I DEANS, Bsir-PICKLED.- Lay them in valid, and was apt to be correct testimony 'C80\&J moruiwi IflUflUI1 at 3 o'clock-rat A.9 A.M,1 f.inJ\rrhiu Savannah**,l uery tSwrtwumFor S. L. NIBLACK. & CO1 CCTLERr. "maybe found.. t BAY STREET
and
it salt and water for nine then add a .that Cuffee fnly understood ) IKWHITC ,
11a 'o''er precarious,:'as un- days, t ; ""cuing. For freight Or t1X6-f ?, tleJll\t"! Quinin CuUor Oil. Cream Tartar, Calomel. <" t ..

doubj (in fijiereign i i nf>|. little vinegar and boil them in the liquor; appreciated tho importance of an oath, oaic-e I j. }on I. .\.,;(. '* \VIad.Mesirs. Ivlfc J. BlueToWT f\Slt, Magneaia,Ac.PATI I

wtU k4t4 ''- -" -.' when they become green drain them, I and would bo willing for the negro to I? J. UIUIAUTIX AC(., ... ? ." ;i.1l'Tr '
riety at 5.'t ainah. ttr.ipO4. L" A r' J ac1
11et
Agents 'r' son 'FloriCLi.
them and the beans into him as a witness shouldit I at JaclutonvUle. ,, ..... >*Tl.rS' '.' -. '" '-
T.1 M n.sJ.i.p- nothcr wipe dry, put I'I'I appear against i F. DIBBLE Agent .-V; 'c" Clwrrr l't.r.y"r.1"i L" '.,
J. : h-
t wkito .sai tO .bo.a native of I a jar ; boil some vinegar, ginger, mace, [ become necessary, etc., etc. ,His host I ------ -- 'hoi* : .: ';rtocV' ( ln1'1" ,..''.,"." ,rtn Orn;.frvt** :""fc.n _.

Kentuk-z gra ninpaxt, gwer, exceeding -1 I pepper, cloves, and mustard seed, all being somewhat stiff on tho other side i U. S. HAIL LINE, No. 7 HOEG'S BLOCK, nt F>-ver wrf Aiurue JUmedy, Ilrowj ftUVXItolWw.,. K*. feltnau's er-, S--
and Win l w's fe r': ui 'vigor even the )Viurci ; leaves I bruised, and while hot pour it on the I of the question, contended long lU-m-.lv, alu-rtanit Lia.inent Uctgi'rf' ''>p,
:; Bedtime ortaii.f )lc hmn'lJ Eltxcr, Bln !, UK 3TOW OPEMXa TIlE LARGEST
beans cover them close when cold. I well witMiis guest. Finally, \'' Tar STOCT tit
1. 1"ery *? -smooth.upon the surface e; ; and the ? KitrmnnV Pwi*, .&.. Ac rhotoaraph 'O,,* It. food*ever offered for Kile in the Sta U>,Itptltlllllt\
I size came, conversation was closed, lUcku.inmf.n Board, Wank B-k Wallet1 I terra an should induce Country and other Merchant "'
in
f4 berry lieiOTr medium ; pale groon PuclIES.-Take a full growth, ripe, !)*
\ Whisk Enf'Q'4* .vPJSIIFU9IKUY .
r to retire when suddenly hair, Tooth, Cl"tbha\nufand! :" ptire.euMs before purrhannu in ot her '
when' ripe ,no pulp and of fair! flavor; but not soft ; wipe them with a flanuel officer rose ",L- ETC. t kcU. The following are among the principle IIrtit1I.
: and "mine host," catching sight .of a very FAVORITE steam i,ftrfcct, formerly known M J'. 'KSOS\'lLIF., FLAt* comprising our stock: ,
chufterfc of! Tnediutn size; compact cloth, or pare them ; stick tlfreo or fourcloves ontho gentle I rpiIE Jtho"St. Johns,"now named the . Liif.in's. Extracts X Wit P'tooming Ccreua Fancy Extra -
The fruit is to them in magnificent pair of spurs ts Col..init<, Hair Oils. Soap, Sozodont Tooth
apt iuto each lay a
peach
\vittyautashoulder8. ; man's heels asked him, in well affected I HELEN ETTY- .. ...... 'ntw and 1'owdcr t"rlinl'lJ Amwoma; Kendall jAmooline DRY GOODS.

mildew and fall off. gtono jar. Put half a pound of sugar to lie tho officer) had C"OD11nnndcd by Captain: O. U. Ingraham,i. aboLin pcr.naneutly .. ...-." Ac., Ac. .,
astonishment how ( an,1 rl\- .
Oa.
of good vinegar add cinnamon I the line bl.'twccn Sn'annah ," CA3TD1ES.Ijnm
un
a quart .It. PIECES
1000 STRAGUETS
I P.A (:.-Has provedvith us to bo the let the gotten possession of his spurs. It was I, latkFla..,tou'hinjt nt Imrien Hnmll\\it'kt 8t river} 'IJI' to : -'b _,., Jtrop Sugar and nurnt Almond, PeppermintUrojw
and other to taste the I-It. Johns -
I entirely worthless. Wo havo had it on spices ; tho officer's turn to manifest a real and all on She will lyizengei", \,&<". 3IERRI3IACK, "
vinegar come to a boil, skim and pour it now !S carr11"the U.% A. it iiKi2J l.Jnckt'enille BTATIOJTERV.Let'er AAIEJJICAN
,
and have
triaTiorfc6tn&ight years, never astonishment as ho declared tho spurs I' \ SAturday,
stand returning White*and Yellow
two
them
on tho peaches. Let On flnn.ay Nato and Foolscap I'ttper
had bunches of from a and entered into a full It'c1 H"k At M. 1'01frdht Flaying Card : DUNXELLS :
eight grapes boilit were his own, 8nl'1n1\h eLI)' Tu\.b\y Envelopes, Ten, Ink and Inkstands
half dozen TiueV'during that time. The weeks, th pour off tho viuegarand I whon where and how engnmcnt"or ftgC tpp1y on l"mN or to CCTLKKY.ItazoTs GARNER
t explanation as to I JOlIN H. .UUIlH & 00.. E8PECTFUUA announce to MitzcnK! of Jack
I vinlfree siid'cankers, while the leaves and pour it on. again, and they are he obtained them. Nut tho landlord Agonta nt Jacknon\ille. R Honville, an i then fit'for ha\c, ju"t received ;'ftoek ofEncII.A.ItTDI8I PIPES.
_U30.OMOXS AND
crunxtjle and fall Tho few berries his that til'ph'lUber -tf TOUACCO LOTV-KLI
protested that tho spurs were ; .---.---- owl ..Amulet KHlickinick., ,
Holace
welmve Ji 'd-wero'very good. TO PICKLE.-Peel the onions he had worn them for years; that every Steamer Shore Navy Shanghai Andenon's,aud n 1'J'\KIJ'*SmoKinsf Tobacco Cupir*,: ARXOLDri1UC1IMOND

till they look white ; boil some strong tho place knew them, and ho Sylvan ( r the best brand, Mctshaum IuatatJuu'll4.'l'IIlu1um.', : ,AND OTIIKR 3IILLS
OKOXOKE.-Proves to be one of the negro on :, Itnerwood, ( !! Applcwood Clny, &: I'ls. ,

best okthia uaily,, .Nev r have yet rot-. salt and water, and pour it over them ; could prove by them that they were his. inond and liifety Matches. 1000 PIECES BLEACHED ANI> BKOlfj

ted or'iillai ,voo ''1. n' of medium size;,, lot them stand in this twent3'-four hours The officer feeling certain that his own ) LIQUORS SVUVPS, ETC. .l TICKING AND SIIIirTIKO
; l'urt Wine, Holland Oin Wh*
covered Wine, .
and the vessel closely to challenged IJnndv Sherry
'clusters, of. mi-dium keep were I his own spurs, v.Captain ---- -- LUUIUII tf VaniLla 3}nipfl.i.q.bvrry 10 IJALP'S OSNABUKOS,
lt brown spurs : : liiackbcrry Uraudy yruI't I
ky
colVt'l | : ad ptol to the Spring an.l Sunimr 'I'railc, wlli.li they
I I size and loose ripens in September ; oifaif r r retain the steam ; after that timo wipe the proof. Jack, a big black, ivory-' Tuckor are otterinat low :.r1res, foi lach.Their Syrup, Str.i,'berry Syrup. 250 PIECES MANCHESTER, PACIPTC

; the onions quite dry, and when they buck promptly obeyed the, Jamos *:ot'k com pi.tea a tlioict selection of PAINTS, OILS, ETC. I ;
mounted HAMILTON
AND DELAINES
best. !ho vino i ia jf
i quality bttt not I TIII''lay'at 10 } ,
I LEAVE Savannah Chmm Yellow.! IViwrnmr.iw
I and L TIJ.T cu-ry: White Lea.1 Chrome Urefn
aro cold Yillcagar"ltl1 voice 'j
boiling well known '
\A.t pour former master's ., Jn 'ki ojiMilu on \Vcdnc* \ f fair grower.. ,, them take I .1___ A M.,airmngnt < 'ITiursir". Ked ant Illiu'k Paints I n--! t HICKORY,
sinsrer and white peimcr, over made his at TUG uour. n. KitnmiiuRill li-a\c Jacksonville every y IMasUT Verb WhitiniT &c., &<. Window f'haole
appearance DRY '
tho I IOfliOflS. niiiht after nrri\nl rtf train from the\" OOODS, la-i uia Blue, rotroiwim! Comt eiM Water, brUlit: I DENIMS MARLBORO STRIPES,
\Wd;: :If I remember correctly, I care tho vinegar always covers1" wink from old( master, and Jack's atten Jatkionille,1feb 17.-tf F. DIWH.E, .\ cllt. 1'owd.TS' Citrate of Moifnckiis Extract for 1J1\ldnj it J

: p this is a nat\ of Pennsylvania. The 'I tion is directed to the spurs, with the ---- --- ------------- 'Root fleer, &c.,Ac. *'!>- 2tf1YLLtPS .ILPACAS.RAMArr.S. HALE

.
ENTERPRISE FLA.STEAMJtill LUSTKES..
FOR OROCKRIKS --- ---- ,
ino is and bears line ; --- --
a vigorous grower EAST INDIA PICKLK.-Chop cabbagefine : question, MOHAIR,

crops, which, thus far, havo proved to leaving out the stalks, togetherwith I "Jack, aro these not my spurs? HAXOURKA

be entirely exempt "from rot or mildew. three or four onion a root of And tho answer, "Yes sir!" come in IIAKDWAIIE,
ARMURE
Clusters of medium sizo and compact; horse radish, and a couple of green peppers clear and distinct tones. -' 017 TIlE CLOTHS;,4Cj
a ,_ FANCY
AND
CHECKS PLAIN.RICHARDSON'S .
berry of medium BUO, round and entirely to each cabbage. Soak the whole "But how do you know they arc your ''::L- ST. .JOHNS RIVER

,black pjuice purple, with littlo pulp in salt and water threo or four days.- master's spurs, Jack?" asked tho really I General. Sin-pity, Capt.Ross,carrj'm 1'aUt-the CLOTHS AND CLOTHING, In Section* from ONE to FIFTY mike IRISH LINEN,
for
Mail, will IIIINC Jacksonville STEWARTS AND OTHER
\vhen ripci: Ripens in September, and Spice some vinegar very strong with puzzled officer. ka and intenmilintt landintos every atur,.) momri?, :1L\DE TO ORDER MAKES

has .tho"yinelltil frost. cloveallspice and cinnamon.- "':aust," answers the Jiotmt witness, I at 9 OCItM k, and will kayo Pulatka awl inti-niifdi BOOTS AND SHOES with dc-Iincationo of HiM-s of United StntM Parrcyn of TABLE DAMASK TO\VELLING
mace .
[ HL- ,
at 3)0
landinw for Enterprise on f\try Monday I'ulilic lands and Sivini-.h Ortuit; and Topography for
-r..I' xu.-Vp1iardly. 'know vhoth-, Heat. it scalding hot, add alum and salt "I havo blacked old master's boots a turning will leave Kuterj'0 on the W*''''U1."<'.iy inoi u- fix niilf on either bank of the Rivnr from it. mouth to .NAPKIN'S ETC., ETC.,ETC

.
jj : ,. and had to pull lug:folio*inir at 5 u. m., nu.l'n'atk.\ HuiKday) iiuiniInsj Lake Hartley U. F. FLOYD, LADIES' AND OE 'TS. LINEN CAHBWtf
cr to sct. his brapfc downf in' the Estiv- and turn it on the cabbage, onions andpepper thousand times, always nt 8 A.J. Fri-iKl't for Sil\er' Spring and. all land- Corner of F.l'l'1-the and Occnn 8t.., .
which should previously have all :I off tho in!i it has marks spurs .
nlis olt'Labrusca lamily as ,
Fur frciulit or '. '<, ri''j"' "'ii 1 Imanl r toM ._ _
of.bbth. It is the earliest of all the the brine drained from them. This "But Jack, will you swear these aro i :irth 10,-tf JouK CUMK, ,
: continues tho officer A.iiit,.lac k" amilc. Sash] and Blinds.EVERY EMBROIDERED
in' ripening-being a month in pickle will be fit to eat in the course of your master's spurs? --. FLOUR AND BACON ,

grapes advance of the Lenoir. Tho vine is a three or four weeks.-IlaWs J'radical as he enters into full particulars nto New Orleans STYLE AND SIZE FANCY AND SCOLLOPED

and and Coolury. : tho nature and importance of an oath, STRIPED AND CHECKED CAMBRIC

,, fine.hcalthy Bunches vigorous medium grower sizo, and so that tho witness may not swear with APAJ.\CYWOI.A AND ST. MARlvS, I CROCKERY, WOOD WARE COMSTANTLY OX HAC > A5D rOtt *ALK BT NAINSOOK,INDIA BOOK
veiyjrolific.
looBftj I' bony little "above the medium MULES MIRABILLS. out enlightcments. Uc-pnlav Bonii-ilontlily I'.ulat. D LAU: h IDU:fO:D1 AND SWISS PLAIN AND DOTTED

sire round and black color ; too acid to Petroleum and nitro-glycerinc are not "Oh, yes sir," replies tho ..apprecia!I TIN WARE, GLASS WARE, Ga. MUSLINS
Savannah
the substances that Mules "I'll "fore God they 180 Bay Street, JACONTTT, CHAMBREYS, TARLETOSTL
only explode. tive ,witness swear .
ever boitablfej;; J 1 grape ; juice purple.TW jJ A' Feb 21-tf :.-ti
been explode. It is a solemn, as well as a are master's spurs! : L.DlESllITE., BROWN MIXED 155
variety has always exempt fact. In the of thrco witnesses -: ...L_. )_ FURNITURE, SADDLES, RENICK I
of
scientific BLACK
two
froc, ipt and rlew with parishes upper I "In the mouth or --- e" R.ADFofiD S HOSE,

l JM Louisiana, the planters are unable to every word shall bo established," The Steamship Florida '! B-YJRA L }J1JfIbJ. !Rf.UJLYTS, GENT'S. WHITE, BROWN, MIXED 1SD. ,

3tiAUE.-iiaitirely worthless with us, prosecute their agricultural labors because I I thought the officer, and at his 8UGGOSI WAGON AND BUGGY HARNESS, 71 Broadw :. Y. BLACK HALF HOSE.

: ; it ecnti.ixig pf foreign descent. of the unsubstantial and pyrot- gcstion several other safe witnesses were ,, RICHARD ROACH, Commander, the Ut RECEIVE COX IG.11 ntEXTS OF LADIES AND GENTS GLOVES..
New Orl.'l011
St.rk".i"r
'JLDom'.Ast,-\V.1nJ: .-It j is. hardly echnic disposition of the mules. They I called. Each one received a sign from WILL.leave 15th, on arrival of ears, tom,Inii :.it Apalarhi WINES Pine.

of these cat, drink, andVanibh. No name has old master and each tracked the first in !!i ieoU the 2d and Kith and Iea\lug K inietl::\'. Will U-a*eI Sontliern Goods
for to ,
necessary me speak as I I New 'Orlean for "t. Mail* on thiSth and 2tl, J"IIK1IC&rt: Furnishing ,Cloths; Casa- '
i
every 909.knows them. The latter with yet been given to tho disease, that has his testimony. Confounded and astonished -'' at 1)1., toiuhinpcatiipnliuliUn>'.., ou the 10.li and t tunes 1' r tt"...annah, Oa.Clajtftn meres.
carried oil in than about to deliver iith,and U-n m;; KUIH*d:i>'. LIQUORS( Adair A I'ur i
us, is Tery liable to mildew, on both tho a single parish, more tho officer was I .\( "n! ; c Atlanta tia. .
two thousand mules but tho astounding I in accordance with tho "law t .\. IXnham, St. Mrikn. Churchill: V Johnsonug'lzltJJ.. Ga.
t r i vine and fruit. I the spurs March 1"-6o Xeclige fchirts White and Fanry Liurp.Hickory. t
I' W. j. Porter A: Apnl.ichico'.a.! eti and Wool Shirt,Gray1 CoTtarl
relieved
culminating phenomenon which termi- and evidence when tho host I *Paper JaU.rcwI t'
bo- ,. ._. __ I 1'o-t & Hol.liy, 133 IrniiT Street, Xew OrKftm.Ai.nl TOBACCO AND <- Sntinrt*.JUf. .
-This does not '
I :IJ A8SEE.- ] L' .... .. _
grape nates the disease and the mules, is of him from embarrassment uyhim inioruniig .. U -tin.m. c. nowE, jr. &. c. HOWB. "'JA'ear,such as }'n and Fancy line. Ce ,
,. long to the-Estivalis family, but as its daily occurrence, and is sworn and sub- that ho had simply been made a : TOWING.- ---- C.-- &- -E. -HOWE---, Trimmings,Buttons ISalmoral*,SkirU. < .

.
.. character i860.unique, we give .a dcsciiption scribed to by eye witnesses. Tho mule victim to the folly of his own opinion of I i 3EGARS; COMMISSION() MEUCIIANTS, BOO'tS&SHQ.

r of it The vine was found growingvrild becomes restless eats drinks and told him that he j
I voraciously, negro testimony, 71 BKOADAVA, NEW YORK,

.. 4 on the bank of tho Hiwasso river, like a toper, is rheumy eyed, weak in I could just as easily havo taken his horse fL4tS "! ',9i'-lr: nn.l a COS1GNtE5!OLtCiTt', I 100 :Boot and Shoro,ladies Balmnral and PuSOt'Itoot ,.
general assortnu of
1 iajToTVUS: county, Ga., a few years since. That I .. ;: "OROM1T attention iri\en to salts of merchandise,produce *,W oltk"n'. Kip Kkl,Uoat allot LaMmc Qttff
tho swells like
tho
legs, a "pizen lmrptand his by same means. ... .<
up as spurs, 2 "c.; X pnrrliA-fJ on coiiiinWion,and liberal Advances Calf Sewed Pump,CJ1tCalf k-wed 1'.*U S.to**
t It is, beyond all doubt, a cross between suddenly explodes as the statementhas went on his a Bradford ll'. IU fer tu,M. Swift iIg1It and Se1reoI.GelJ'f Calf Kid and ratdt Ll
-I officer, wo imagine, way : l 1I I powerful new t;ii:U. 3 Oruiit,f'pt. U-o. Ula by permission TS. Henry .
'r1 the lHIdibX rape and the Cordifolia or it, "with a report like the crack ofa wiser if not a better man.-Tykr, TexasReporter. rI i 1.' now pi'i in.ini-nlly on the mer for the purjK'H*' of FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES A ('.., 1 1 i]llr-svl Ste-JrK.,)'; } "".John>I.A Smith Son 116 A-Wall OnUi er bOCs,fCtl'rop--;.C1illJrtn itare. ,
CII.
I l 'win:1?, lUJtw, An. Knutilwny Kemp Day
p fro1) 'grapl' It is an enormous bearers pistol!1" The petrified planter looks ClI.SllI CnIl.n, .\gvlit street, ..Tliwinas & Ifernkuu, 10K UroaJ?tr'.t,X. Hats and Caps.

I 1 tho clusters largo and compact ; the berry around, and his mulo is not there. He ----- XII\ 11 -tr. -Y.- _------- _, Feb. 3-3mp ,..,/'

: J- medium large, round and black ; finds nothing but a tail the fetlocks t nl A GOOD STORY.Mr. ---- -- -- ---- -- ---- As nur btr..k.i j.iirili.iM.Ml, since the great till SKCUUITV INSURANCE COMPANY OFNEW LaJie Straw Felt,Silk,For nrkey,'.ni oOiflf I :

FOR C1IARIFS'1'OX, S. U., -Style,Men'Wool and Felt Mats,Chlldrca'ir.aCROCK --
jmceimurple; flavor acid and a good hoofs, and the cars split like a sail by a Lindsay told a good story at the in price,M e are j.r 'jurvd to tell as Jit-ap as the name ar- YORK. -
deal of tho poke berry about it with an VIA FKItX AM>t X.\,ftUt'XS1CK AN D SAVAXXA1I GLASSWAEEOf 1
high wind. Thero is a rong smell of Sunday school celebration at tho Methodist BIA1UXE AND FIIIE IXSURAXCE. :Y AND .
OA. tic'cs! can l"'I"II'I'lm"\-ll\t any point thii 1I1.e i of Xcwrt. -S t
aroma of "de.African scent. Tho vinois mulo meat for forty rods in every diroc- Church in Charlottsvillo tho other i \ LSO agent fur the Home Insurance Company. Xew ,ALL'XINDS. .

beyond control-the leaves heart- tion. His mule has simply exploded. day. He said the following occurred ata THE STEAMER KATE V;. s. U XIBL.VCK & CO. J.ll.ivin, Jonnectic kf'.
lllce on the comer orForzo'-th nn.t Oeean S"t.E'UoUPofnr. -'
r 'jshaped and smooth on both surfaces.- Sometimes they go off like a bunch ti Sunday school at tho University of IU>. }iTXYl .. .GROCERIES- AND PROYISIONa .'
-----
It is_eatable after frost has mellowed it. -- lK.-c.2-tf .
J' Chinese whole AgenU.t
flrw-irttcli.ers a team at between tcachor and "
recently a "
.varieties of native Virginia GOLD riT5T0, OAOB9, &o. .' ._ L._. ._ _
,;: Amongst all. I a new scholar. .. 500 halt barrek Floor
; I have.tested there is but one : a. E. D V I.INTINE; & Co v-,' ">" '1 T' *40 eaoka Bacon '
f geapos we Of course such a phenomenon cannot Teacher My little boy, can you toll 1 TO M eack Mama CindnnoH" Sugar CajvJ) ."

14! I JJi unexceptionable? in-every respect, pass without investigation and discus- me who killed Abel? MAltT No. 15 Maiilrii Lane, Xc'iv-York .rnos.t-E. DEN AUX 5O Varreia Pork Me .and Pnme .
and that is the Scuppernohg. Thojuicot.t CARRYING TilE UNITED STATUS 90 half teurrl Fulton Market Beef
sion less scientific. One
more or theoryis Scholar-Yes ma'am. MANUl'ACTUIiKRS; OKCOLD 10 harrei>iJried Beef

I li'loftt: ffitery" Srjtn. all 'the others, to that the "foreign planter," that is, Teacher Well, now, my littlo dear, TIIO .J. IXK'KWOOP, .COMMAXliETt. FOR BEST SPKIKG MATTRESS.ALL 90.lMnvfl,half barrel: and kita Xackad -'!!

j t r.J: teftke & rood-sound wine without the the Yankees who have taken to cultivating do not be afraid-who killed Abel? :I r 1":11lin.: .lIne 1"lutll'r bctveen lia\in t'lmrlifton{ lf n plnriM mid 1'nlhtLn ptnlimnMy, Flatouching !., PEXS, CASES, kc., kind.of furniture repaired cleaned and Tart- \ Jj kit.racks Salinoo100 Rio Coffee''btinrpoolStlt'. S. .i"

ad n .sgn.r or",alcohol. Wo conbtocjippemong cotton and in the South do Tho Yankees. at all Lindiu s on tIll t>t..lolum ll\ur, itulirits a tn offt-r and retail deal- in the best manner. SiiioA, Chairs Lrange, 500 *r J
Scholar uow to
prcpartd jobbers _
sugar I & ,reeoviTeil and renovated an good a new
AUE 'iv:1D.&c.
., comni.inile OI\61'r. crushed,gnumlatei,pwrteM W
; share of public l'Atr'tla being by 100 IwmHa coOtie
best
to be the the Clirapfot IVn iu the Market. The
: not know how to manage mules in a eacher-Oll no, Johnny, wo aro not of experience, well and tivorahly known on the route, are nf diffircnt nlzi-s frum Xc 1 to 9,uwlw.ie. jt-ns Ol'Dernlllolld all kind of upholstery done in the bed common brown Sugar .*:vjM
: i in the wor1.. Itwill' produce a and lin\inc mi! '.!.'d nerojnmodatiniw for paxmngurs manner Shop comer of Adams and JuliA street, barrel loia e*,luMen.ymp ceSOO
latitude >uri'' The Tcn
"grope close to tho prill's Vakntlnc& Co'lIl1r.t Gold ,
; so equator. They talking about that: do you not know and fi iuht, guarantee of comfort and s'.futy ill ; quality Jiu-ksonrille 11*. April U-3m barrels Soda SBjanEofh-u and Klot 1IneI
i\ery without ta-iCK, and arrantnl for t ajninatartKUnt
offriitthan vine one excn>
I greatc*(;weight any we feed them green corn, that ferments in who killed Abel? I he nlie l ujion.Scludiile i I. as follows: Xo. 1. len year*1J5! ; Jfo.2 i'cn Sot boxes So U,&t ton ant I'liot BrtaJ *(
eveFJheard'of, is exempt from mildew, them. and burst not : Iea\w Cliarlurion e\ery Sunday at-7 A. J1.50; No.3 Pen,iit IJ Xo. i IVw, 2.2; No.5lVn.75 NOTICE. 'S 50 chest half and quarter Tea- Oolong eel Hjn-
Yankees. i
they being con- it tho
insisted
Scholar
uied
insects was S.i\aimuli. Holiday at 10 A. M., arriving hereTueoll.l *-.'. ; Xo. G I'eD.t5O Xo. 7 IV-n, flJSO' ; No. 8 1'en 1000 pounds Candy,sbcked. and
iot-andt1ie depredations of or structed to withstand great internal pres- Teacher-No, my son; Cain killed \.. $')..; Xu.9 l'ello|j.11 our first quality lv.naBtucpdl are i''I VCnptain,of vessels I\n.l "steamer arririnif at thai "
: birds. The juice is sweet rich and Urturnin will leave for Cliarlerffn every IVwIncmlayinornlm "E. 1>. VaUntmr A. Co." 1 port, we can otfcj a ct>ium.dioiut wharf .ud iraodnrtuoiise
sure. Another theory is, that they are Abel. Now remember, think of sugar- at 8 o'clock,arriving at Savannah en 1"UOll1:1) THE AliOVK 1'KXS IX M)MI> PlfAT.R EXTENSION lu.ommOlLltion.. and every di-pateh will be Wines ana Liquors., ,: '
; I k avy"nnd makes a wine superior fla- peculiar to tho and Cliai n on Friday.rjiHwuauni trnen them iu loading and dWharinni(their carsoeo.SAVAUB :
I stung by a fly country, cane; I am going to ask you about noxt are lboOun..1 Uiat pot.iti\e runnection* ill ? (JASE.4. WITH TENCIIA & 1IAILE

; I tor; xt. t..ji1.grow'and flourish"ith which breeds a sort 6f trichini spiralis, Sunday. Think of cane. U- made-anth the vailoun lines of atcamship* from 8.1- Fur $2.ItO> 1X 0. 1 jicn Ut quality. -:.-tf [.s Wharf Jackflonrille Fla. fc
sugar
Uttl ca- Wo are credibly inJormedUiat"UierQ'ia \ai'tiiih and Charlet-ton,for New York.'lo t(01l and 15.iltimnre. f'.,r *2.a, a Xu. 2 i 4.110 lnt ItU lity. -- -- ._-----, .---. 100 tLls. old Kentucky"WhSky
t'' j j : ; that multiplies rapidly, generating nitro Tho next Sunday the boy was attacked JNO. 8. 6AMMIH A CO, For *:.2;, a Xo. 3 'cii. .t quality. 100 1blL oU Bourbon ,kr.
a.vine of.this grape glycerine, or some equally dangerous again. M.,v 12 -tf Agent at Jacknoiuille, -\. Fur *3.73, n Xo. 4 pen l-t quality.For (1. 4:EE1:6T & V .1 100 LLls. old Cabinet Extra Fine ,'

near1 Mobile -Ala. which has May l __._________ _ J4.SO, It Xo. 5 icn, 1st quality.
i gt7'ing which the bbla. old BranJv
condition 100
favoring
compound, ( !eachcr--'Vell Johnny7do you know UWM. For e ;5. a X 0. 6 jK-n l.-t quality. DEALERS IN Cognac

fl duoo
I ofgrup4 J.L ft single Reason) Our sin.ceroAdvicei WJOXV ESK lIULJiUliH: A.N1) MOllOCCOU.VH1SJ STAPLE DRY GOODS AND 2o pipc .old Holland Gin t
f tho mule. It rather consoles the native llo-Oh yes, ma'am, must I tell? '
A 300 finield Port
KRR
W ATCH-M' caste
Jbr. tba !
t every body, plant a planters whenever they hear a report Teacher-Yes, my dear; who killed : Fur '2.00, a XI). 2 pen M qiiality. GROCERIES MADEIRA

half dozen Brines,' and give 100 yards like the crack of a pistol, on a leased Abel? "I. conxKR or toiwrrn AOD SKU'SAx-ns. '. For $i;\, a No. 4 pm 1st inulity. ,
i
.. J libtance between them.: 'or M.5O. a Xo. 5 pen, hit quality. (MIOCKER Y,Tin\.\Hollow"Ware,and all general SHERRY,
plantation. They know another mule' Cliarlottotill Gottritr.DILUUTIC. Fla.TJK.SrF.CTFii.TA'inroniwtliccitizfns For fl.Wt, 1X O. 6 M
Boy-Sorghum.- Jacksonville pen quality. V J ai-tyrles of Kitchen }'umihlI't'Jo alto Rope, Baggm*
rtr ,J. Y4"i' BUREN. For *..i.5 n Xo. 7 l.t quality. 1 CLARET
is and thechance of of ..lacksonIV i.n T*in*ami oUier articleTlieUyhettt market pnce'i b gone, a profitable ; For *;.z.\, Xo. s bt
.Jt a SAUTERNlt
J ; in quality. lor all kinds of S .. -
40 villo and ii-inltV7th.it he has returned iniii and I < >untiy prodnri* V-tU w store next .
\
investment by tho "foreigner" diminished .-'V observe that "Uncle opened his tiLiec of buhinesw:a-ul JTe. Fl' M.OO, a Xo. 9 peis Ut quality. door to the l'* ,t1k" .. ." iaJttMviriMarr, WINES. .

: PICKLES. by one. Of course their mules do Tom's Cabin" is being performed ut the Mr. (J. iilllKsU.ippy} t'ir.S&.i\u the patmna of his SECOND IJUAI.HT TEXS-XOT WARIIAXTEI. 1I-tJ : 'Io'tlr;'lf. m.S Y. AND OTHER
old friends,and as many now ones I\i,l-Ji to have their Our second(qnaji y tH>nn are tanipi-d"E. Ihivli Co."
I ATI !OttN( E EpUr PJC7a.nm. i iC not explode. They know how to feed Troy, New York, theatre. Will Mrs. wntdlCK cat'ef:illy repnii'ud and tfii.ir>intitd, and hope muLL arc BUI:fully in.uio, hiMn;the nme pronU a* our CHAS. A. FAJTRCHILD; TIN-\V ARE
.- them; they know how to neutralize the that with his'XII'rI1\Cl'] a<.1 piactical \Viiti-hin.iXi for first quality pi'iii, tin. only material iliifcrcnoo being in
'rocuro aTt'h'et vinegar.t .- Stowo como South and writo u now the lawt forty ) '1\1'* in JliU) 1'IUltf mil Europe, he'ii lUliealiK1 the quilny'of gi.l.l. :The pdci-of UIOHO pi-naaieiu
adulterated that it poison of tho blue-tailed fly. Tho report work ? She can call it Uncle Tom 1 to;;\'.' full 1 :Jiti i;tiftmu I. all who Ion e .'odwiitclnoi ti.iluwt'Xo.. 2 pen, 7V: Xo. 3 r*n, .; \\. 4 1 ixm. DEALER IN o.EVERY '
Vinegar isgrosI
like the crack of is rather to be "ir>sl. AH vuUht. wMr.iutil. onejeui. J1.25; Xjv 5 pen, Jl.*); Xo. 8 pen,|1.73.
a pistol without cabin. She need not draw .. .1.. GfiNEIUI. MEKC1LVNDISE.DUY GOODS
C is re 1 fW\J.Ji }Gnro. The a sc -7 -tf TilE A1SOVK J'ENS IX H1I.VKR 'DESCRIPTIONS
musical. to them than otherwise. her and still be' _______.________ __ ___L lON C.' E- WITH 1'KNClLa.PLATED nTE "
i. success of your pickle depends on the heavy on imagination, GROCERIES* HARDWARE, "ETC.,
Whatever wo think of the theories For J1.23, a Xo. 2 2d uallt .
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may Trll c. D. OA.K: lan )
G goodness of your.yhicgar. very affecting.-An-jiasla c"J11. Fur J1.30, a No. 3 IH'H, :2<1 quality.For BAY STKKKT, JACKSOXY2LLK FLORIDA. HARDWARE FARMING UT
4 e Use glass bottlwor stone jars for your wo are not at liberty to doubt tho $1.75, a No 4 pen, 2d quality. Orders promptly attended to.
from tho East haw instituted
fact. A young lady For *:.:j, a Xo. 3 2d
hold WATCH-MAKER
: Perhaps, were an autopsy pn quality. PepU-mher S tf NAILS,
.1 pickles if earthen jars, they must be I For 2.7a, Xo. .
; 6
% i on the mutilated mules, it might be discovered snit against a prominent St. 9 t3' ? a p t'tI, 2d quality. "
'tJ1t Utth.'V1D'gar' Jnc ug' ,upon ASU HKAT.KU IXIt'JlCJIlfl Our jn'iiii r.uik throughout the country as equal,if not TRACE CHAINS, .
Louis far broach of
'. I merchant a promise ;
that ;;
.at ; .i1.u1& the Yankees, who aro CLOCKS Hurnior,to any gold' pena mjuvuf.wtunil, not only for PLOUGHS.
Ai1DtoddM a n1111t'I1U'POI9011.U60 to new inventions had introduced $:5OOO( is the sum required to heal the VUH'KX: JKirtLHl", their ruins qualities, hut dural-UHy artd elegant tln .h. Trace Doll toot STEEL CORN MILLS,
and
.. lined with prone The prvatost'1\\101 i ul'Co.lln 1101x. Chahw fuming S
earthen theirni.mufactunv and
sauce none
pans ware CUILERJ F.lNt'l' OVS', -tC'c.
: a brood constructed on the tubular boilor pectoral fracture. I A youthful memboi are 1It.1.1 with the hfhtc Imperfirtipn mhlch Kklllcun en hand by CORN SUELLEUS,
ornpijkins.toboil .vinegar 8UMME11S' mOCK, ILVY-8TIJEET, deteit.VvronU cull the attention of norsE & BttYAXT,
the 1'81
your of tho feminine thai <"to .
'If' tin principle, as calculated to do more persuasion says the et'lcbrated l-hul Krcton Watch for which ve are On- Feb 17-emp 194 n.-6t.Savannah,O.. .PLOWS,
m. to do
)'ou are impelled use DUG. 23 JJlCKHOXULLg FLA. tf .
,
: Vork on a given amount of steam any gentleman is welcome to break hoi ole I\gtllt for th, Unitnl i4tatef AVc Inure them in -
not let : or 'PRINCIPAL'BLA"flKSMlrn
your vinegar remain in it onenecessary ilvor and gold ca.eH. SAD: IRONS,,
,.tDom nt'long, f moro accurately, to generate more steamon I heart at that figure.] Watches and Joweiry.'GEO. Jol.h.'rlCo retailers,Jen tiers and all dealer! 'in our line S S-S

____,_ __ uunrnctually ; throughout the aiunlrv, reqnested to send faa cir- :"; '
1 .1 Om' A rvooaen a given, amount. of fuel. When an friend wishes SHOP. .1' ; .:.. orJ.>S'ro2\
:U11J1U a.uu Knives anu lorks inFill extravagant eular. Ad.lrecH U. I). VAI.EXTINK & CO. __. __ .'t S
I
thclI tion f l The phenomenon; 'be it obs* vexl, is to borrow your money, consider whichof Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer in Wut'-I.cx.Ould ? n. -
,y iirn & .- A. "PECK, IVns and Jewelry, No. 13 Maiden Lane, Now York., r11iE BuhncriUTS wmtld recpcctfuDy Inform the-public
.
.I 311r&e th tkflft-ftilp* .the articles not merely disastrous to tho mules. It tho $WO you :would rather loose. The Way 26-IT J. that they have the grtattt acjtortim-nt and the Tnt --

to be pickled, and then add vinegar is dangerous to tho freedmen -who havo lender often 6Q8 both.money and. friend. AND r variety rids anti of are.eoniitantl iron and btrvl.that rucdvinj U to be freak found in East >To-

.to-tho eel&oftho to food them, 'break 'them; and drivoth their stock by'every arrival aU of which will.trccwions be soIl In to
up jar or bottle. FOR
I When tho ni. It demoralizing to an African "Do you enjoy going to church now?" IWATCIIlI.\KRR :IEWF.LJtTt. "SALE9A any quantity at low rates JOT ca..h."They nbo int.rm HOLLOW WARE-
greening, keep pickles COY- asked of Mrs. the public that they keep cuutantly on hand a eWl1pltk'rtment
citizen to see his lead mulo a lady Partington. _
tho suddenly .
.cred/iown, or evaporation of jhe3flS& TRAOT' OF 140 ACHES
? {'Eaw-mo do P. ofPLOUGHS
disappear with a report liko tho crock ; replied.Mrs. ,
.d j mloGJ- M .nIltm of find himself ""Not1dn ilooa mo morn good than to SKI'S conntnutly on hand fc well (elected rfoek of SIZ}
into
a pistol, or ascending KINDS
may to cnsp the picHo,but 1%. tIne \Vatthe anti 'ncwelry, and nil other article ON THE ST, JOHNs RIVER Including a it it should be email in the'air: And coming to the ground on get up every Sunday morning, and go uiually kept by the trade,which bu offers to tho public 'I1iEmostofIt helf public uupoction to invited. *Anchors Chains*:s alao!
hammock
very proportiontom or.mgu It i* timber cart*,carriaip and
at ruduced grove. waipna,new and second
and hand
; L 1 rlairtl "wif-wm tho pooled vertebra of tho saddlo mule. to church hoar a populous minister priceu. JL one of the few places,,with the oninbimxl,ailvantAKea on hand,.and repaired with promptness, :
fejvtfa very No generous d nations of dispense with tho gospel"It of II Bluff andJnK, good land, orange grove,out of AU kindi of Ulackwnith Work,including tliip smithIng -
disagrocablo flavor reforming ALSO nwtmng and unlimited for all kind of WARE
_J, ; pasture Stockat ;done at short notice and In a raprrior manner. WOOD
r' Pickles should be looked whiskey, orother, inducements, 'will be is reported.that an Austrian officeris all tl..IViata iiflro' a week.framed dwelling and "' K- w. 1UGOS CO, ,
occasionally outbpuiH the tract Two
I : over, that tho softest tknd llK>se'l: aet sufficient to retain them in the employof endeavoring to r io recruits for tho CUTLERY place by middle pn of Mttrch with JuuJ\la.vitahlos can sent pay {fur.the- b.1j-U, Jacbonyille.-I"a. .

well men who keel pyrotechnic' and explosive Kaiser in tha SoutI}. A Mobile dospach STATIONERY 1'01!JfiOOO. OF EVERY VARIETY,
likely to keep ftJisedj first.- For further pnrtionlar inquire at this ofllce.
nje
Store intended for 'mules'on (the plantations; and; sayg General Howe, F. T. Cave and Cot SRlt'lXO rAcELvEs.diXi May 20-3m .' i NOAH WHEATON, .
pickle&M Uiosg ; use I ) A VARIETY VTJLER ARTICLES .
: the follotlrin uttttfcr; AHoude assorted with mules and freedmen gone, .how isthe R. Spencer, late of tho rebel.army, havo -j .j.Of. '. ..-1. < .- UmiOflBtiiDClUTb1- -.- } i, W.AR&

j Yankees to sow in'the'seed timo or accepted commissions. AU kindjof rrnalruiK-dontatflyjrt notice) and 'WOrkart1ntl..t. 'V. lv- HUBB t\.RD WILLOW !
,
from gh rjxniindjt} c.whpn first made;' At the old itnnd of C. U. Onk Ocean ,
choose thoSo moit"finn them into' reap in tho harvest time ? He cannot do itrout, A. M.lUed'a Uuildintc. Fchl 3-tf DOORS SASHES LINDZ
;
_ t.eo' put it : A company Canadians, residing in ._ OOMMIS8IOJIDoors DLti.k n. ,
ofcourse'and will !
i :stone or g1"4iru-ith fresh vinegar : ; 1.Notth at volunteered their services quart to ?
Chicago One
; and I 3000 BASKETS from

F__ to cover t4em.por riUio vessel close. : : tho nd of the year, minus: his 'invostrnQnts'in'the'cotton went homo, defend their native soil O.. A.. CASE & 'Q.Q., Sash Blinds :WOOD .M" ULDIN.GS.:, b ',

: and business &
.Dean'rii Jdil=" atoo8 small : ii-poorer and'wiser :sugar' against invasion., For this tho Toronto JEWELERS AND , 'AND .: '

r eucum pnxrn and nasturtogetlier -'I .Xho.reader''will,please man. observo.' thatthe8ubjecti. people gave them a big dinner and sent ,4f'r BUILDER ]HAEDWAEE / ":uildex's.Materials: BTATTOKERY- ." .
Lp 4 jar for thorn back with full stomachs..Th&Peniauisoners PAI'EB
w3ax .

\l JU ,
,
: VxearD
'
bd'fl-ttith few onions if : is prolific;:in: ,8 uggestidni- ". .. 268 & 270 Canal $ N tr

a a 1 The.absence of P9f tiv& .knowledge concerting i in tho hands x>f ; ,Bay_Htre._ t,,,"'JncUsonvIlIr, )' ., 'r t.d INKS,. -
"lfItdi; 1 !6ri T*among1'Tt\va E ". YORL
j .
fh muse'of. .wakes tho Canadians will bo tried it is Mehl-ly S 'PEXS PENCILS
!!flireeJiunt1red.encumfin: ; mIl"Dlfi'Tuico.k explosion now : .' r. .A largo awartmenV.vsrioMg style*,conntanUy on AND
tM' fl" .: '8.tlth ft4.like allsimilar; cases a fruitful themo confidently asserted,by a high official of / hand,and made to order. lYurticnlar attention pM to, ENVELOPES,

: oHt. fflO'.P !' p1JTi. 4xxino.. .,win 'of .speculation,;'antT' ilio. :Radicals at tho governmentbefore civil courts. The C&I t' FISK'SCAS1S., ,BURIAL i I lhipp April :21. ". i F,. ATIONErS.G),;.
: orr.ry ..
Yinerat9n. tpicklc : Wahingtozi.wiU-bo'wanting in1 shrewdness trial will not como off until tho popular g r -' l, V S. -, :?...t .Ha..
_ ind i 1t 'V' Ay .
_ I Jt't : ,' if they do not mako'tho most of it. ?i141RSIt. is allaypd. .8'S. I i --- .. ,; nribi KfCIDOOt ,uo.

) t te eJther h tJff.t..s ild 'Ei Mn9 t* s. 1 '. J tJ :r -- TER L01'S OR S,VLE.fewYork. '.,

7 ,...telu..Ot1JrG AoiJ" ,j. .". ; An ldI fellow of the ultru-cxquisito .. T. OFF; known ". DRUGS ,
.u.uv : I "
c 'I'
; :The ,A the t .
tMt '. 5 report in the 1..wthom'.uMf dJthe a train L..FQ -,, .._ I of21 ltet I.....: .t i .' L80P i '
: .' .. J"'t r t'l !L; ,y 0090,will' be made.in, the:,early part:-:$ f: bo was sittin by her mother, oa to her .- -. ----- -.----. t -' I J'eb.lo-tf t t. rl11 li. '.' ALt STAPLES RUGS ON

ll1AI Jl rbd': f.lfiw.ww.jJW ifJ"m.. tha wock; It i$ now Bftiovod that..Rousseau Fuo, destination, etc. _Aftor learning AND mCAtEIUHN'FINE WATCHER 1tIiitifs.ntf, :o ion..l and:Jfor wje ,.}tin w .1, QII1LTO # .::L '.K. LIblL5, p' .

) }. P : will bo as 'ho WA1r.g.JKWro.UY.NDOOW 1'1N8. ,; 43..Pr'i''t$Win1ith I .rtJe for monuments:hr. I_____ '8aTUlDah. t' r .
Hf expelled, "explicitly Ili t shiowaIgoi g to Philadelphia, ho A 0 EN1't:1 Alr UUh\mcri paklnt cbnmomt ,u. anti tomb rtoow,wU aont fpr ipan fence for cemetery ,. SADDLERY.McCLEtAAN .
: k ,tIH A "Irrr'7 cz declares'thai ,ho cLOd him.'.for. 'words askod'i r .L1. tnwtwtchki .the wo I4iwfttcb1t gott.etUUr\11I01l ou,wwu?, ffc CLVCA'V IIL'' 'ru\NDELL ; -r
.oft E_ k-Wlel :WOj, lLJIIoI'erthem' d s ,ftue lever IJtOYenwntl D'OI1l. too 10\, Intent Dee.16. u. Jack1o1ktll.; ari'A-
spoken in debate.Itlsboliorod "WhaY Luv.cr;atudm ... ___. .J ANDSAUDLES
1cti'o; U1Ib a motive.is taking you thither' an4 ,.Udo buttona,\ new art1c1. Alw : .u. <"' "'.' ENGLISH
p : Agtll1t1 for '. WUOES4tE.ROtt
\ AmortsasWu1 JXlua.'u..u.l 10. ,all tho "
Y thai th(. identvill my.dear? pllbUclIth: ot-rewJYork,' ,. L4-JXS, 103'1 Str&.neILr3gmarJ Siyium ;1RIDAXS- 3fAR.
,
_ Qeo.Wwnieim .
,
fl TdtO'tlto'new yreedtoep's purett1'bill! if "I boliov&tlthfall it locomotive, 'W4'FCIIFS"AlD'JEWELRY th'all 5onq at :mUy: .BLAlf
> REPAIRED, (description nenily A. iMh1ia ii d Xn' GALES,GIBTH
sir the ;innoc-ont
oon ._, !f1)J.iJ It passo In form ai rci>orf<'il by conutfef I \vn" icply) Hud warr nt.'d,I.), Mr. C";,', "hri lm 13 't'1\J'II epc.rAwu OnJ\'ril.1Iln York,the 11IW'IIt anrt moat eomplMe. M80rtnll."t of KE'J'g,'grlm..c.
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L &- __ I 'I thw'rnendinonto'nttf evon more ( !11 intruaivu btraugwr_ wad' 'oxtiu: *\nrh in tbo rvtfr'.T iriuci4uUtui ,v 'hv. (I.aunLrAI1n.t r I Ml! .TIlt 'l'LORIDA.JnUON'.orr1OE.--' : --- 1.Oyier bYm&aaccomraidei the city 'mw ;STIR E'lrl.; :j