Florida union
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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1866
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00049
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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1jb.UbsL.1eZ1t11..3iiOn................. IjOOjro ___._ _JAOKSONVILLErFLORIDA. SATUEDAY, JULY 28. 1866 Tsrn, aft. iLC3Ji 9r iune tejrror'fc'titizeni
ing the ; ., abborrenetl bf' "
liw* Nonpmnel type or spare oocupj uune.yjiVrof v a1 / At"felettion
Ihiw make *. un, LW Jtte He Your Boy Again, 1 Tho distance I p I
qna1 at which
the olivo tiiiiee he
trees are planted 'witiio.it ctnio jig1t* nI
streke of the plow 0t4 ; *rxing aea.
o,3t.radvLTtiseme13tL All plants to leave the
A1t'bP.nIdi.eountThde arljKherti tnenU tnunt bv paid
JOB pTuparruTcajif -, sn
EVERY; STYLE, neaUy and promptly *cutej ,: -tad:;loved byaUwhoken, who; on the be cultivated nt the same timers grain. In the f The e.rop receives further culture. I bhaddocfc has its name from Dr. Shd- make thorn in the highest degree ffroductivo and ATr. Johnson vi Ald awggtraromrtbb.ipouj s'

-- JHgHTcf Ilia death, laid lift tyo
*DT. x f rmiiw cnAiit. said: '"Let me be your bey again,mplher; let iuc"be latter further apart It may lie assumed as a 't a machineMJ, ftnd. sooded broadcast with but I of Cuina'and Japan, to th'e Wet Indies.- it ia of Bound political economy % trACtica winning 't U,'a, Jwp .,

,,o C1 )-our little boy again; kiss me, dcar'mcther." ConJinu- safe groundlif calculation, that 25 trees may be thee latter mode givs the lowest yieldAn, The fruiHrhich weighs from six to oigXt pounds Letter from'Junes Ii.Cooper, Esq.,of 6 STB n coun votca by putting'as many of the' onpoutA. p..z4'in *!

JOHN CARDY & CO., ing thu >tmin of pure emotional sentiment for a few planted to t.ho-acre- when the land is cropped, | product of good in countries where'average -is rather ornaihentai.-.tban wfofuli, Thejuica ty, toMitoliell King, of Charleston,*!. C.. tSW. a condition' that uttfri pWloded U rifi&tlnid -i ii
MANUFACTURER OF minute;tc sn-idculy rose threw back and 50 if the land is devoted pty acre I mak s a ple isaut hub-acid drink, '- E&T tncfptn of pPo ?&3vrlDtf ihltf* pl&nt the + *
his head, and dic1bnthemslaiit exclusively to tie [p the plant is cntyjya$ sI is"upwards of thirty-two Lemorjs ? reiutioat, HiuaUawf cauupg&uwulJer, of turkrystu .a-ti1iga' ofct.
olive. and limes so'uth4'bfthe
Tho succeed
MILLS STGAIl :) 'jD produce of i oil varies inich I perfoclrv s. olh the oruiuuLusj&ajuij efltl ))1&4)
rrtlV S515. FAW HOL- very J bush1s per ucriVT'hien will' readily command rolpw ripe o*: ilurig aftiatnfn tlio kM-ni-l/wgjf renaration,1 $

LE1S,, IRON AN1> RKA6S CASTINGS. I' i01! kl yeyear'iof yn i' Irlgltt-J 'with tho size of thctrec, tie character of thfc jjoil, j throe Bnd four dojlarsper bushel. One "acre of', 2dth"paralkfof latituta Though: not'eo-I whom ptaee In btra.thm oI'cnrt azi4 ,
JACKSOXTILLUfFU.Odttlxr 0 b/uk jfroud jnunlwvxr* niicr years ; and fruitfulnets of the seaox In France,, seed bed ,21a'r1iisthdaoftr and bitter-svrte-t, or7even as -1-eq.uyntly alynJ. ,Thc lernrU Tepet.itfl end a num- len'th the tiav pf retnbato IigiL TituIifri
Itoll Lack, eVu let my chiJi8h! fiirs, infhrmod > will.jCurnish plants for ten acres in the the common sweet Tbertfyoimr; phntw vrt* n.1ueed-, orOor tftfli
are that attfftulon! they are more prolific
2S_. tf Cohifc to me with these plMsant lorsjx wp they, aye great field. :, :. | duca & A quaallty cf Uiem frceY"
VIilch wllt'd my happr iourB away- I t.reethatare known to yield 20 to, 30! fcvres =. "\VhcniUeGr3t fsll- of tha withered !I lel'C.rcr. t>.Tho twie lemon has"a paleVrUn leaf' wore mi-<'ratc
-JOHN S. SAMMIS & CO., >V hen dawned my early childhood's' day. (j tree {(40 to 60 Ibs., or from 5J to 8}| gallons of i.-lcrvea and the > lower jjirith a \ xicd sfalkflowers icd ex fcrrtally, fruit .eown, ktiiiairc! plinU wore 4uta,frn \'tlwin. By igt of l"l4Ingl
I I yellow tinge- <#of .bcndiag stalk, j tli.acd j the ntt of ih 'i' ton; thertunusvtre Ucpri\e.l of lair Ba
AXD .jvMytllWr 'TTnlike
FORWABMXO COMMISSION Ail. When : | pulp. other 4cn&of
) thny give which id
JECE1Y1XO. a in
Steal crop once announce the maturity of aced HO time must bo] toni oil, nud thcttvn.c-lA Wnm t'rm'-.bte*o the m ilEROHAXTB.jrnOLfSALE o'er me once npiin, those dreams, two years, and sometimes. in citrus,'thc-leson cn the continent of Europe tur4 ottherth..
Of cnlldhfvxl'i) ..one three, f-mall lost in plying reaping hooks the l ,Yorte Just. Fk.rhbt p 15). and swor antttkt1'tat 1iA1I! S11 thc4odft'bcfbr.rho
AXD 'DETAIL DEALERS J.V pure and hoiy love, I trees yield 3 livres (lhs.3 lay cpl:'a pros- is raised from seed*, Lunce tLt. great cliil'-rence in | .3. The %gilculinre of MorocCo by V. 1W Co1tn. &'e
WiJrti ; ireeslp( ll.a 6 ;
liehttst from realms ) 1-rb
the *\ yvef, ? j trato and tear them gently to the sail cloth I nDpwSoftho Cnromuislonf r of Ajriculture. IstL; -'rtt' fflyrm4*
GENERAL 31KRCIIAND1SE, II y path uliiivMi lUviros limjiij yearns. livrea ((12 Ibs) enrh .At Fingeau- come Uig3nd Eprcadb'itinithe U3ld. The oil extracted quality. 4. Kf; .rt on Uie 'clntVnnl Kt-fcitiotis of the United anti n. g i tair'frcj! tie. aba..ill; hI0h
Jufitmi Hit Fla.MM AVhich.nfe f irkUBg Li the nooniide sun, ,line tfons are. known to give 84Its. of oil or from ths Ecod'by with 'tho has obovate leaver onvn7less | Statm -lthall! Fnrrtifii naljA<,VoL III, JSJ7. ho w.4rinkin into a rouUo.1 ritI thdqYotcpt
My reflected preasur? as castor -
they run. il stalk, Email white -flownrs, and i-iinndii 5. L'nistowe X.itniHIj di
) gallons, as the gallonfl-eitfh'j,7l Its) but ju'oyrilow Oranxen par 1ti.s etc I St. Ito
be-an. It is o spied
profitable and not one
i. AII CBAt. L. JI1TH1R.A. i crop requiring fi-uit with Nice, ot jxirruitcsufle \Vrwicfi.: P.rbl, ISIS. -
a nit.ple-li tejriniii.rft. the '
L C _.__1 A. 01KO\A. "K\M\ me, my mo'hor d ar,"cuco more, tgood.tleij8iveto G livycs V12)) lbs ono with j much labor. The same may be said of mustard Jeeves and general habit of the 6. Citru* aurnntimn%, from the Latin aunem-cj14 ,swore another that ho'wafrtne inan'ld'1 k11frL'
L. WARROCKCCTIOSEEIl Oh let me \ Let me but hear tlmt soil, t wuit strain, yield of a tree to be one to two gallon of oil or ( those of the lemon. Tho V.v.id'of Sicilv is ro tion of th.'n>rp ''rf *hi. h prodUr*what at o'etill *Uoii<\Joranc face l told
,' COMMISSION And w tlw ej-iiritnB'pf | Russia indigenous to luclia yield solid oils cf and G.ncrd tiltana. .. ; an< > him tojjo: arafc. Lima
AXD fJEXEHAT my yoie; 25 to 90 more favots.bIotzi thet i3OWULU the vitr't friiethanthe '.
/ Xow fold me In Vouru-T'n'ifle?, I gallons to the aero. The olive is reaiT.- 1 1'h" consistence, pf butter. 7. The VrM'iMe Kirrjj.torti. by J. Liiidfrr. "" ** for he meant tiki1iMoe, Jtlw jjijjt iwas

MERCHANT, llxiui my sad boul c.u.h eyrro>v < Uxe.. ly propagated by seed, cuttings, suckers. portions 'j Castor oil plant, llicinns coinmnnis (palma' ;' /cit .f 2 l'.r.'of i S. i iJ.. ]}rou on the }'niitlteea t>f Ameilca.i. ovr_.. The ncttua ( Jr. Johnson LiieJ lie
fAT STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -fit of the root, or by grafting. The mode of lati1el. 1 iit i1qtie1 a1oin iuiiittJ1yfresh ."Hie roma*>f orange firmer mitsLw jre christi) is found native in Greece Africn the I wrestlingrithhis' 'tanist .fit1 another%
f.l-x lie\ floirrw into
kPLIClTrP.ffiU Am I, dear :le-mons to the amount .1 54,000.00') a tjnc-pnlp-wlfti fourth oTlWr
COKSICNliESTS mVrtlier li.v ij fcy thee, raising by the s l.d is only resorted to to ( '
[ produce South cf an-1 the East ?iltl of .alt, room. 1Mtfl- grappled"wltli the i'
Spain Indies < rtdouLtaU0i
well coiumon
or by tin-ai >
A Atell, as as and lime ar-LoiUcs uud curkinir <
ill the all aiLiclcs they as w hen in childhood'i. time juice for half that vd'u\ rioiid.i
pnrch w for parties coantry new varieties, or as ttoe-ks for grafting the sun. Ilifiu In loltli-a. t r -- 1 "
as rluac-ly thii and
in the C
Mv love North and South America. In the tern- appeaml to ShI but this .
wish the lowe-l market was ]>urcly. loudly tiling [ j ; wjujncroly -)
at pncc. JfJ-iMlt fruit fiom seedlings, although yielding "an oil ofa imports moro Sicily lemons thjiii she exports of 10_Import of Cum. on Agriculture, lith CoosrHa. 2 1 \
iniin yer"l' 8ide <
October 2-ly thv.ltnw j pcrato aj il Xorthera parts"of Hurope and Arocrj j her i.ll. it..1. j a strategic ityten' nt. Witk tile ,motion he,
own The .
AndTo a'k growth "KtfiAjj'tn ,
for mervm'e ant ltgLt- more plant is an hubaccous annuat of.fjom i 'ir-/ th-hj; ofhwjjint throw,
RANKLIN DIBBLE guide my youthliil sip unght. ]rnmzIre. Great Urirtin, HS hboiva"by her
'ery-stnall, 2 grafting improves 4ithe quality of tin- to 'fttf I'iah. Tn. the f'it'down the 1W then *
ee tight sout'-em
,I more custom ictunis from I "DR. GASTON ON BliAZIL. npon ttomf' stooped to
imports the A/ores. froin j
CONJ11ON: MERCHANT, the fruit, but is not so gencrrJl resorted to
lIe KnU as aits it becomes scrubby, and attains grasp it, and the next moiiis'jtsisa sending ball
rose jtro'thrd his: hands toward* heaven 1 even a' and fi the SJolltfrutnevn i "We find in
.r4('K.cN ruLE, FLA. Vjjth.uj>tirrno.l f i< '-he gLltlt for breath, I propagation Ly suckers and cuttings. The last height twenty feet, while in India it is. pftcn I'ejrtugdl thousand, m lortfl, an exchange the following repent! thetitigli Juhtason body ts raiid1y a the piskaL

?roU purdiu.1, w xlvanco* in ca-.h or supplies TvpHr i>n hi" brow the seal of t'.uiith is jnofrt: I'ractieaL Limbs form an inch to an i a tico thirty to forty loot high. Tliq plant thirty tons of onu'gi-s annually. The of'a speech of l>r. Ga ton, of South Cirolinp, brj i could Le djsfhar ttL,, Alfr t4titisgsix' ,
to e 1. B. Dibble, New York. %T.is riied ; the vUil cord %va* nren, ireh and consumption of vtsnxcv and'lemon? iu the TTni- *
iside On a in diameter are cut in lengths of for about four aid lo.omcs.a foro an assentbkge at Fort Ga. Johnson took refuge \ ricath taLTct[ but l
And hii pure spirit)ce l> growb cmtiav.ally cars ted States, in proportion, to the isgicaU'r j Gainufc This ; >c a >ujfjf
--- T. E. BUCKMAN, To the &n1 worm of light nufkJeTh1q from 12 to 13 inches. Trenches Ec fe<-\ apnit ,, >. : large lice in constant Irsirinsr, n'prning I Iiti than in Jluropctiti population Not gentleman has jnajo a very thorough rsrl.ina-1 shook out another revolver a'ndlcepfr firing mwa

and six or eight inches ducpbciug prep-icd, rich any louutry. I until the hero of .
Were of beans in such that bajttfci &U dead Bbg?
profusion ) many >
J.4 CKSOX I'tLLE, FLQlihl)4.cII' do the trnly the fiuit and the juice, but in Fiarico find I tion of that.remavkable country, and is {
we Fee, throuirh all lift.-ay, cuttings are placed] iu them about IS inchesapuit 100 ftSch .be obtainc-d from eulight- hug was .not ''lei.nt; *tJ-T '" 1
( N DKALElt IX I.UMIIOl, TIMBER, That myntic ei-rd-a MOTIIER'R LOVE, I may annually an j Italy, orange flowers principally of tliV bitty 1 n you,
and in of
that when cuing thttpeoplo
an oblique position by and
gg lip cries
arieand their oil pen tregiV ally not dead 1hl.fiuiLs1
prod.ic.tif>f. twog-tllons "ilpu aret ,
Umbanpng the r ,
BR >weis above per varie
Dtg, MILL, LOGS, SHINGLES, LATHS, Ac.A ix the eaith is fiJW 'in Jroai 1 to 2 inches will svrct ty, ritrv* Itiyifn-ifia, ate an extensixoartiol1 the-great advantages which Brazil hokk.1 "
Which 10-. bushel.; upon and
points the KOU to uiJled.ivf" AVlieii, the K-vd; : f c (U beconte blown of ., you, drawing a poma'rd he j>Iungol it Inta
riov That holy love. which felt from I'irth, main alx>vc tlto ground. On the j.scd end ?., o -ruiriteire.9 out to e-uirgrants from the 'South. Hear''
exp< a they aie in a fit tf?ate( to pluck. In India it is j the body up tor the liilt cash strxJk* O '1.
SAW "MILL &CUIYERY. BULL Inca when caith returns to earth.QUEBIES. little gardener's ccniezthouh1 l lx sin"rcl to cx- used for lamj s. :The Chinese have tome-mode > AU the kinds of <:itrus icquire a loamy toil, |i what ho says : (Xttc Orltantor Orrei.ZMa&ik 4Ju ,

cliiJo the \v-.itcr and over tLuwholesome mo.sjOT rif-hly manuuil, wel! diaincd at bottom and i endsHal Ir. GaitDn of the
October S3iti ; of depriving it of il medicinal | i -Emperor an enC -
properties, FO as
loose haiul is drawn, f purposes.Talma
' idHARDSTER, If a.pernon fU1 a person trc-adinjf on hw toec, e\aMinti; >ii. In dry weather t'lt cTittings ely-istt delights in a sandy soil. a JOf An extensile 5iiirar ]>luite-r in Hoittli l'lcjiidae with liberal views tow urdu emigrants from this SCHEMIW.-"When Gei.But'oeeeajcefi

smI'IIo. FORVARII xY; AXD COMMISSION' jS'ix.'d a i i-Mn at.k :i jiemop. how a pei soI should iiccasi'inally be wati rod until Ibi yhavo i ilant'sst-Alt J'or dys, nin:Idr (ty/lia Iw'rki remarked, that sugar t'.uc grew to jeifeetion -country, and fully'alivio to- the prospcctiTe i inter-1 New Orleans, one of-his flrt acbj,, aa tocpa4

taken ioot. I'util the third } in his iic-ig1iburhe'-ie1, "a Idle the' planters cats Ibis Empire '.haa in the horn tho titiztnn who had "the bcl -
MKKOHANTK jt nnybo ly'a business yt-.ir ncithing) moie ) "which dyes th 3 leautilal Tmsey ic-d fcotsid I Ildgfdr proper ,crllurecf: ettUoobcd to ,w
J1( K.OXrILLE, FLOKW.i. .- II a irfntwmiin should choose is rrquiiel than to cultivate am ng the young r deservedly esteemed i could" do lathing :lTi cr .nsrrs and bananas, cotton, corn, sugar ro'lK.e and rice, by expcriouccd loan an equal contnUutlo to 'tUe treasury of
lemunerutiu -
O.to.er 2S41 To wart upon n lady plants, siiul to trim them to a tingle stini.AVhfii .- ; to the cultivator fiom very thiectoMX ( but, he conlinui'il, "a Ynnloo pmviic, who cultivatois of thc-se staples from the the UniUd States. UoVnrach ho actdalrjr collected -
icalizing > :
-. '- Or If to the f j..-i Jfdy ak u xlou't hwle platniV i<-fu$e!, 3 yrars old the young trc-es Fhcmld bo hundred dollars to the acn. It is a native | resides in the Bounty, raises aLunrlatvAf both" : late Con federate atea. His high asvnll a* ; he'has.never mad pnblie ;. but-ai 5V r.
*OCI &'IG. -. )WtIfU) planted out in the usual at distance cf ypeeie* ol ft tilt,1Ut hfl.n'>>i' hHCtoc>tl'i'' i 1'h-it the meaning all may know, : way, a of the South of Europe, Asia, Minor aid India, ( c-very ia ility to 1Iftcn.uhiiliGns. a
SAVAGE & HAILE, }s it :tIlydy'] K Lu.iicstiif ., ,iruu3d \n 48 f.-1. The )hlj( i=? MioiiM l>o nir.rhlu.rgi but has long Mncab'-en intiotliuid into and s utWftbhilly 'J hat of<.; -> .i iciuly solution, of unsucre sfnl ef- the emigrant to lind a. :home. EuthusLuiu was j rebel,Joan, the amount taken by Gon. Jlctlcf,

FACTORS JtXH ('OJ VISSJO.V MERCUAX'TS,- a lidy h"s n l.jju TIsit : and deep; and had bettor be dug several ,: c.uitivat'; ,d in Holland, Ahuceand Pioiico. > j foits nt c-ultivatirg tropical plants generally.Mr. .- manifi&tcd on pno occasion, for eniigration under this levj' must have been laige. "Th'oro

HOEG'K viiAitr, nishodv's bninowVhon iiniiths btf.jwthe trots .aie put out. 'Tb sub Lajo qiuintiticsue giowji hear f>TirI I ? 'HiiijlKs-s'IiiiT.Tiiit> pn fi"tngu giovon ? -r public i-i2ting was held at Rirf De Janeir --ad- was no lawsind no rule of civilized' TrarfTttaiiCthonging

.TACKFONMLLE, FLA.>. tf \ theV'i'Utl' ui:in (toes call, sopu-nt cull\ati consists in rcinOAir.g the na and in 'flic J>l.iul of Cyinii". Under the?' thflhiadot Indian liver, about thiitccn atios, 1 dresses made by some of the distinguished fane-* : it ; and in fact, nothing but BuilW'ffsovwrffca

Jfcc.9-- Or nJiL'ii he If.ui'bthi' hi.lv" tuckets, tijnmiing out the deal wrocl, in manuring ; name ofii1iIj-e-t it i.s ptf'dac-d in Xcp.iul and in budilid l on cur C'l-ange ttoe-ks. Ills I cropiscs-i i tionaries of tho Government, and practical tcfctfc, !! will and pleasure to back it up* Tho

W. A. McLEAX, Or Or i
1 hut the i s-jiry u.t.iia bVould i.e dia5y around the roots annually, and, in ploughing madder has been intie.clucedin Dclauaro and ) ncarCxj"e Canavral Lght llouso has a thfilty i im.ss on tficj j lait of the Brazilians to Wflcomo I robbed have petitionwl the War artitier'ior

FOBWAllDING AND COMMISSION To suvelioiu Jurtln-1 t.ouUc once a year the intcrials, unless a :rrj of grain Oh,,,. ll.cioot trovi 111 a warm climate yields grove ol fifteen a'-res bnldwl in the Bamu man 1 the emigrant. 1 ho Government is a monarchy j the return of their raon'y and Secrctarv Stan

1 he outri.1.-., ki r nn is e-uliU'.itwl among them. Mtrch dllTiunro off the l.t-it ner. These gintlcmcu fay July is the botttcason pomcwfiat on the theory of the British Odi- | ton has decided that that their demand Is jumt,
IRcI.A.T ri loloiing matter.
? I e'piniun exkls in Fiance on the i-ulijrct of prnnJng lflflcIiO'.tflcil horn Ilin t if for byiMijMj; Although bu'la will take any stitution- hjvving t\TO ijoases answering Ito j and tli it the money must be repaid lie has
I!it l.n ror twtuma
DISUfiAUCE AGENT anybndy's tier- [ ; but un'.tSa: it is d. -Jiablo tine vhpn 1.! p is iu motion. Xovcrob, I. Coi the claimants that
AND > J.utii .i-'iy's st her lic&uIlidf : to .1'ovp the tire lot'f/a allorcls without a mordant a yellow dye, .p )id> tld iaons in Holland.to take pant in promised ,,tkeir claims ahalibe

J41 .STRIJr, JACKSOXTIHE, FLA. ;j rh .J.c- l.i'J.e'', K"* for tin facility: g.itheiingthj: fmit, or to !I uAd well re -aiiB cultivation. 1 lie f-au.e 1 he j DcrcTuber and January ftn fie bests moiltlis the pixe of its laws. A singular Exception, ,audited and rpfcrral to CoirgstB'i for a 8c !alappropriaticn.
'tf Aud t] 1ILyi Is u nn- liodV bu-uiiM. an oiin! e
But tue m'ntlT'rt-aiiiK ;J hhe i that rrars to bo 'cc-c.cuy< : y is .to ic-nmve the I i cijloiiug'iUiittei talnod f firirn tin E'Cr-ds! C'fthe Orgngc' f reeS; liko' other evtrgrocns Trhirli d BrascIisin.GQvernnieiit; 'li 1aron4thc to a6t in tha case, but itnl no"d
: T. 1-1iTIIDGE, Should tt'COpT KltOilK'r'a tl.Ot. decayed .'"ooJ. To iur\ic a tall loots gi't>ftirg; nn J'iir nrrtli.itt. rl lio tieo wlti-h jiroiiurt-e) this dye light n* a lich'soil are'rot not natur.ill)"fonii e>f latter win their places through merit 'anii'jiot i tually paid. The case ia instnictirei as ahowui

Merchant : "V'h"ic hf doen'rch.itce o be a SK IL'ng bto< k may bo mvssaiy j iu situation- I, is about the hi/.o ol a plum tree thnugh moici water. TI e citrus tribe in their \rild state are I through heitlifary bl
If .itwr.i7, j e-xio>c-d to btoiWK O'.i\cs am ripe \\honthoy i thii i k and bushy, biu'c bl-< '\i-li, Itiivrs large: found plowing as low tier in lofty woods mid Baron does not succeed to tLc honois of his fathcr. thowghtlestly tpplaa>lcd jit the tim, are p'iet

JACKs>O>VJLLL. LOUIDA Wliethcr a person'con me.it a or whetlnr ga..nl- | assume 9. dark! c lpr and beer in suft. They are j: und of a itp jruvn color. Twite a jepr it puthj cn the- margins of forests and mo.ssari'ly in !| .. ty certain to return to plague their inventor i

froini't attention given to Forwarding Uusinca Is it amlxHlxV. buMnoMiTHiere j gaUi/rOd by hand, and sj.rcad out over a floor I out ioJ jrh! cc'loied Jlo'v.crs iu .'-in-h Fituritiong arc rt rood deal shaded.Vbijiit The Administration justice ha 1 some points j and to le correctly estimated at last. ;
or large
April t! --- that person mearss to call iOr I :'o;fli depth pf a few inches. In thin situation j- bunches re-e-mbling the lioweia cf tie '- wild ics-e, : Genoa, the begt. cultivated orange I of r mblaneo to our systeni-tliojury( trial not ',,. "-4 '4- __ _' _-__.. .-'- : I..

==: B:7ADREWS it he'h>
Ls it am-lwU's lu-iiu'-'s thsdfcaycd berries caufully pYkod out. 'Ihoy [ opened aie hill of f oils, frhaj oJ like thosp of'' rie (livs.-ing of compost is apph'ed vhcn the J Juryilj IJU\T and order reigned perfectly there A coircxpondcntpf the Dptroit Post reltiIthO
ATT01JJ;Y AXD COrXSELtOU AT LA "% 'hut hi business m be there" thtii in troe..s l-1-giitto iy are jilare-l a moitar or under a htonc. the _uriarJj. and ro\ered with n flcth oraina- jcro gor. as in Any country. The Dr. twr d thoniinds .
JAi'tCfCX-riLIE, FLl.Ecpt and inodoiatrly tnJuraiud until tin [>'ilp is rc-- tion-coVwed It is homtLoj cafidy Hoil pii/ilitocs Mlir-iatia oraiigcfi. 'I Ley :| of miles without molestation, and the use of uuwing: tMj_ -2 t jU|
pi-Hick. ,
OClif H.K.-/S Block. tf The Milftnrcc of our query stjaratctl leave their tkii: troweled with .iid An elopement almost occurred a fewds'sagtin ;
3 duped julto are '
tit A paste, and 's di-taclie 1 fim thetou. s isi very locks and Ite-vs was T re in the most public '
fUmp'y! bt-tted woujtj; be this: ; 'rtliiit. &f vflfii
the of ( SIHostings
n. DloBEE.CQOPEk Is it ariykdvt luliiceiiAVl.at.uiolicrV I The stones having l't.x i moved the pulp is put Ss.fiSii\\ir to boariiful i:: lusjuc/iis.: % hen-. f lly lijo tney jaitakcf a houses ofcntertainment-tiieft boldom originating Thornapple, near
nij.loyf i .
c. f. COOI1R. -libtlv fla\r. .' ?}! it fcTe Michigan. A-loag; leat! laale pecf.jnen
bu'.uio.B in i I into coarse r'nl.ctryeg igs jind jil.irfil .ii'W ; is diied iiiu'-xy J mu' from veil the lowet,class of the people.
BTSBEE, If 11 if, 01 il it iMi't, the \\liich tlioukl lo workiV] vr'rjslow at the In-f- I im nil f-rfrl that tifrr? ivi? frni of oranges can Three orders classes of of thrg nus'tiomo-.a raguiCffjoprei Awti?',
V"p vgu.d ic-lly jil>p to know, I p-r- i > i> j_ T hi? hn 11 ir AlTKNiVS AT LAW, flI bL From the the nil mixed vith thwi-ij not bo catlwied vilhoutrettoiingto tbru.trLl'.tho The larVl'-hrdrltT I -fancying
J'or we'llitriaiu il .it isu': j pn-fr j the I T.v.nt -.nd Krn>liiM-ji Asia. 'llc: dc is cxtt'xCsiv.ly wealthy disHngfAnVjL' for reunecicnt -
JACK&OXriLLE, FLORIDA. J1 : are notav wuo iiak--s it to. j lago nms into \\oddon vessels half filled with used in rik.aridotlf.n! for ol i salts winch ]HAluced tho fi-ui The lir.althif-ot f>f manflors and miafiuctcd hospitality, I It young lady euperior to thosejossesaouI'byhrife *

(,:e( :ziii btury, :* uflhLli' 1JOCt.! i \.itc-r. After standing fiom 12 to 21 hours, to a 'Vit11Ct3 trtp i) anil th j-ltc* bi-iuis &ti-e.fjii-, :; which aioniri.l mingled with, others i anl. faniilvmadea vigorou'ai6wli .V b
; sha'b.-s of etjuelly in '
cripnn'uf t. ir.It accomplished JS-J" '
ptembcr Q CmO. If if i-. i-'I1 join the r ibtle! I aisp, tiny, to tl.c nucilaire to teparatf from the i i pink, lo e, iiln idlly ir.juuifd. On' 'sandy oil Tones t mental the? fortress of'her aS tir -
And jtf i the iiobio' ]>.ti-t has Lien Ff-eii .that nmb.-r the I'ritish occupation acquirecicnls, though not so blessed inC | An le .
oil the latter is Taitcd are nn c-srclient manure, also charcoaL blood storm. attempt t f.
into other ,
Of he Uttli-n' nid d<.f mien ; \efsrfssJfind of norid.i. Ird'go' cliitf! fortune; constitute the first class. The second I
vas a Maple -
B. HART, -4 wWiIuotiK tim 1 ublitf"fti'irt; iCJiiains undifetuil'c.l fur al out 20 day Iti'l i I of the Ff-il. pioInrtion olfal from'tho slaughter house,and generally maflui.es contain the great body of the laboring populaf f result ,,Tho.two lovers started t ,
U-MU AT LAW, Hut if riot, t t'11 a'-t tlu1 teher, for, nobady 1nowswheia1flho t1IP3Pd9g14
ArTQP.NtY AND COrN then ready to 1 Jeranti again and finally which'aie highly biiinulating. I'lanfe,
: put i ij lion honest
I'ntil each miMier jini The dims triLe v.cio introduced to tie Sj rui- and stalwart hospitable and good : ? fitnte-
_\ > in blissful anticipafloTa 1ppe
JAl'KSOXTlLLr, FLA. into barcls in which it is l.ko inlnialri wluu eler-rivc4l' e-f pi'cpcr nour-
It VK-II Ix-ttirin the tutuie j to ieir.an. iud: in the euly tthir.M.t of the c liuett y ficrr. i .. i.as the liist, and only dlflbring from the latter in i ian 'verified thtZttIef1
lInt alai! their experience
'vi 1'; n-m-'ice in the Slate auJ X'asti-ii States CourtsPttS ':- : To niiid tij ; O4fl eOICVi3i. j ()li\e trees in "JToj-ciero .TO u.-uallr: s nt nut in i&hment le-c-ome f-Irkly and'rrtt CmDeBBTJHL ,te. hih v. iJ! haw -nil \\id" eferit !I jmlMietl manners -
grov-s spn over a the old-adage !the of trua1ovi
'The lc.t medicine for I : course ,
i. call""i\hifli ntm'n
.- --; __ j loivp. tho. yuiiT; plants 1'iins{ hi ai ( s cut "from ot territory. Il.ivtram A t i-Ui. \vil/i frn.vua ,-.. j jlh LtCCC 4.4'i t1f'I ,1uRria1-n&L tI'I I rr'- The lowest class degradation, could.

& BADGER lEerci1 accor'd.n--;; Act of C"mrri"-". in tnec.u-J the paier.t Moric in tlio mouf nutriciois foml. So i could'' *not charge ii l tluln i. .;, -theft Thc-y -sul>-- '

i.t'i, ty L. P. 'liylCNLV, flL tlicLu.-,!, olu.e ot theHistiict J enJ il the ctttii-g; is tisually'"J.lit into fotn j jpion Si.uthol l the 29 deg. ] aiallol of latitudo the with the trrrp if the soil about them is sifctci.1chx-flv theontauous of-[ soon startocl' in pursuit The

ATTUiJXEYS AT LAW, Court o! the Uri'K-J Statcf, fur tJitf XorKinliBlrtrt .:< hr'-l .trsitt by a umill Ftoi<<\ and tin it | Sbiir 01 Uvn plentifully! in inaV.y oitho orange rich their on productions small track "of the yOung lady, tloee3 by'tb'
tinge glows i-pt iib it can scarcely too the earth, <.'>'whieh an abundance was supplied t tI
OCALA FLA. ( oiF1oi,1a.lI ) ( p'.anlel, b.i'Aed, nieniii-l.] aid w.iti rwl for f'nu futile: han.nuxLs. '1 lie s-evillo c.r bitter organiC \ igor will u s-T&f the Fcnlr and other iii.r I thrr.i in thii iftiuiitifent land. They arO "ignoI | of the long stride of her lov r;pointed< TJmistakvbly .' .

Will af.cnJ pro.tfv to a lmiic?<= *rt-uKtod Dec. 1C-tofliis tt I 3JI.STOJIY (OFFLORIDA... or two years. As'h.' young tree ro\\s, its exj -vt'et Oroflgc! ife alto found wild. Extern cltfl. One mbht .i> well xx ct an honest day'snouii.ln.il. I rant and filthy and da not "work up to'c nJtucts. tlio direction the.Jaken.'Wd jjijofu'Inisrne'ixmfle

tare. VY j ubcramcis ]1ruiietl.ino a f -, I Vrandier. It login? to yli i l i'l lucratively pbout Ito Rt.iln from the sfartin iht'aM11iM
] AlaiiX'ia.
]3RAHAM & ARNOW I. ST1C- I itt .ircp f oraies, or, indtt-d, any othiir vgdlLblC.piOdUetiln One of tho rau.t obnoxtofes features to the!
I i the tenth yea.TLq tn-c is in flower di rivg I Ii ; the leaiik Aiiie St. Jobs ii\\r. Tit -jl.Ua, e.ni : from 1dnts or tt't-s not properly was taktn. back to the paternal nsItSO4)
d to'his hn
IKCHAXCEUV CiitritB4r. country, present fancy prior to ac-
EYS'ATI.A\V AND i.T'i.Vl/S of .t.u.r "r.ncl- Mv.TlfTO rtatr-- lover wliem ho discovered the
i the river sKtrenj ,
; i tho Eaat Lan'z of Ihe-'St. .Jt.hr.s Vll tl.e sorls nlay 1 <> pi-opairatorl by gar
I with: it the ofnu-
General I'lorld,0 Tr &f'JjKjn. local m.et.is"ilcvi.cr inoaifi.'l tre \ ..rlct ', nr.uation rii-ht ; quaintancc v-as n-pirsentation tv r tho woods bereheas
doscrijition ( f y: by ) j mileS fiom St. Auiistin'. remarkable vtms i l4Cdutting'4, 13-n and gialtin/ LuiLling- i Ho fun 1 the > Uen7M ,
GAJXLSVILLE, FLA.n'.tcntion olfson-atinn, iave jjrt 'tlv! j ii J/d tlie, .public ;: ainl ic.utude )f (tio ihvt. ll.u 'tr rs r.ie ajo for its attrdeiit ftirt built ot coqnln.v rock I Citior.s, lemons, thrnluoeks and limes will be '.ineroos falsein poijicu.ous the reptiles.he tiuvrrse-d pic.tnro the-- .in the top of a tree and,captured. '
Protipt will be civea t-o t.ut-'me ycb'4* -in'm'any in regard to its ti'u lufycfax. Officns cf 'he 1 irrntitilly Veateji bv .s\nn poks to lisengi2'e | trom St. Anastasia Island, by tLu Spaniards: ioanJ easier to projiagatc than laic vrtiwe.--, ; prd,7fc! of Pr'n 1'inl tracts, he hayiuy seen through but fiveserpnnts A dusxppointed lorernp a tree hIBd.L1'W

41 f ht -tatc. United Jstatth't-Tny puisuiuj tiio.Ir dibits yi tbo 1J the lorrieshicli aic- gathered up by men. woj i with a squ.irt> tower thirt-v feet high; also Foil Thcmanilaiin, sweet, bitter and flat,r'he and not oiinrnxorefear. (lefislv snstchodlbri rotrr'ia3Eacbrac ,

: I. rLzMG. J. *. l.*MBL. fastnesses of swamps ami everglades, rt-ijortoiithe: j jp.eji and (hildrcn; an 1 can iul to the oil mill in | Poppa c/n/ theeipfsite, ; l.? of the river, wrgrov's rno and thiccunyiflkutved a -f. the ini.t diilicult i od by the, nativ they than \ rattlesnake is dread- j Lt anticipations 1bstcd s no prou4

FLEMING & DANIEL, country unworthy the trouble and rxpcnfc ol h.isk< ls. 3. | BUIroundfd1 of orango trees. F< rues to -c-curc in gritting. Tho Chine-he, tho blood : :: ja1 ,cisaie fr abund-1 'that fcia filings took, iiUga tuirii.&
scarcely moro
Ariouxur AT LAW, sunepuiand fcilct and the late Lieutenant: j. In Spain..cixtv olive trees HI-o planted on c'nci I! scribing'the St. Johns river, while-Florida was I red pulp and the boj I-a\ed teleisoiif.i1., wit jedI'cre.Ic, ant or annoying 'itii1n'in. our clime. was Clio fcct fuiswhea rtier offlth1tfttitlI bIm *

J'LOKIDII.TAJ Gcnen.1 scot: wrote {-) Vh'c-Serrflary of War i faneira of land, <>r about one acre, grain or vine I held by. the Britith, fcaya : "EndJt.-s (ci.iit.uc lemons, forbidden fiuit, and all : tie ortrrser'5
,t1utsU.YI'ILLfL, that: on account of the insalubrity the climate s I ate raised betwwn them. Ticos pLinted near j gloves are found-heie;. and indeed, in all part wul bu found to grow 1-cadDy1 frcnfi'cutthiga and butrtiltivate\l in the'rfir t careless hntapjIea The

_U_ and the f-tcrility otthc suil, the gift of F3oidn the soa do net as ell a>- in the interior d5.<- '.1 the ( (CuiltrY." For many years previous to I to rake hIerit1tomr- 1.huitts. : of style.awl dtl.ivartd. 1U such a igh tono.of yoic ,
< The lamicir.c-li-a.i-s tract
lindo 1tld bV'ft frmtd on the Fo'.dtfr. Iho tcftirnoiiy 1 tiit&At Conlova tho] awrago i*> 2-5 Ibs. of oil 1 the great frcf-t of 183.3 St. Augostino bhipited an- I I To irc.1agatcby.buddin iiic-"Should IK ) uj a ground, yn-futter standing tlie top of 'a kgsir
GARY within iV'-ial, we't-ki afterwards when t"t'us
S. M. G. (olhcrs sho sa'w vqthan irgiic'u'tufibt'erathoT S i j to tht} tree. v.LIle at Malaga not moie than l.alf j uually 2,00f>;000. madu e>f -euVtii usfi'v>iu tlu4.:3 Uis,>t ini-althv and i lit-conie cliT he fiie-ti>,them, thfi 'Sam> I must )Jiave' tJoc-ri" hKrrfFrn> !* *-' pp'tefci1.
ATTOKMCY AT LAW, 'than W.dkr'.s jeuciitod it M a, mitch is jiddud.i puts $ | Whatever tha result 'IB ay-- Ve, nawas-orrfcrai
a eyc.'ioj as i woik whir has iiultitil/- th it th-J thoofs aie round
T.u" on i-\ir.jr
most splendid
I oranges 'th AfU this with the hoe
fl-ALA, iLl niox ror-.vrr. TLA. land flowing with milk and hiiiey, the ilvei-s C i Jtih'an cullivutois say uhea raised from F-cwl yet aied,5 du-ciibes 1G9 fret ics. They { r I the.buds; oi .tl&el'in j much better and easier i ninp, iuii4ft'k. he makes r ,his only ofcorn ilo1 down from his elevated fipitkin, brought toto'ih thji
Win m the State nd UnitftlSlAU* Courts. the' \ fh-iulil 1 eatcd L'ke; the If towni appi I I ira : crop ed in tho next sitting
pncticc abound inlifch; the lagoon bordering on o'h'es e ti holly. aift'tgO4l-i.WlCt oranges, 43 >arietir ; bit 1-r to pert fi'crn tho wood than such liots't.a are 1 in labor t' it beyond the and pL jailloawait "
r planting grain.t
: 110 > -
Fell. J -3-wp turtle and of the fmrst description i in May 8'. no will come in Ottolicr, jctai '' ; of'the, Circuit Court. ,
oystots up
ocean supply arid sour oranges, 32-; bergan, 5, Jim *-, ? ; I lint! aiid ar.cful.ir. Alter pefoiming Aheojiri- Ihe yie4d'is i from thirty to foity bushels ofcornj .

WHEATOX tli earth, pioiuoes the coontc and the i t i g-cat number will iu>t- tnak? thtir} appealan I sha Mocks! fJ; ; lunirs, I 12: lemons 46; and citron | lion 'cfncl the buds fiow v.ct and turn them L- 3aI I and 4.h&vitliout the us j of the plough, :' -.. '. r. *
tho lorosts areaBro with til the 3Ioy th'-'fT'eon vea., Tc,4tflO1lil CORN FOR .
oabbaze tioo. game
of but let tl.em luue muchfrt.c
,17., The varieties the Pwc-et orange most ic- f out tlu- Sun, a" and with but of the hoe
JV reach and can be tin from the baik toliich a small jioilir-n 'I| ur.e application orI k Tho St. Louis Kepublkan of tlio, 1th iast,.
AlTOEXZl' IT LAW AXD SOLICITOR frtod is cvrrywlu within produced cgCT ruarkablo are the common largo round, pearsiai -I>
CIIAXCLlir. with the 1a"t io's'b! > escilion. \vhilc tin of bark hunld r.lt.ehcil,, and aft >r dipi'inir i in :' >c-d, Nice, tinjr-fmitixl, fingered, blood ie>l, j mouth it will be scivab'e> whi<,h Las tak'en. I I;i implement, a1 is more frequently appliod ",*o I.jttri the 5ays: ., '-jCol. -

r JACKSONVILLE, FIA.O.T.e climate is PO mllA hat clotiiij; i is rather an in-. manure are coveied with earth to the depth of f ribbed; sweet f-kiimed, navel, mandarin and M.i Giafting Ls not .-'e much rr.i'tirrvlin this cowitiy. cr.lturo of the cotton but in manner" far II. F. Mad.lox'actipg 'here'as.theageof

Corner Forty1! and XarM, xtrtflt.Dtc. cumbrance to the Indian. Notwithstanding th i three inches. They geon,,llirow up {.hoots and i Michaels. The last to lire by far tin-best worth i At Xeni, in the K-irhborho0d lit Gin->n.t | below this crop,tion. a the Governor'of Oeofgta;'in the nrehaarf-oj

JO tfW. last account is n<-ant to the actual condition o f: are tia.nsj'lanUxl at thefcnu of one year, and at jlti\ating for their Imit. t' are tl'e orange inr burieft which may 1** taid to 1[ L'ice our is t.ki4n.in the sr with corn for the benefit of the destitute rtt that Stat s

--_-_ -- the ct t"u<-h di.-appointmcnt is in stmc foi L. tide e-nd of three yeais are ft to le finally 10mored supply all Kuiopu with .tux in grown uplands success.lfltatiOflS has purchased and .forwarded one,handred aw
; ; theyat-e
; I .Tho citirs are almost e-xensivcly! na- guii The coC'oe ) are supcib'"knd on the
: gentis- fast shlninentlolng
vho viEt it with lik raiwd opinions o f to.tlic plantation. Se-cdling ilants never ghtv-thrca thousand bushels, the
thoee itocks inocr
? \ : i e-itil wictthexlly cultidtcd, ant[ the enltivafed i ,
whence havespioad I
Indies fn.m b'st lands the bo almost
thes Esiit they
of the yet plant
ATTOiSEY AXD COUX EW rtf AT LAW, its natuial advantaur-s, but thue who comnicnoon throw*up pwkoifi. Tho rojr time of gathering j, Cilrs'u'41itiuit Pyti- 1-1 ulattsl in the misf unt -ioutific rn'anricr, but the may t made Thursday evening1 on the StettnT**
will ) frr the is the of their run- over the tiojiics. 'Cf\ any wheftsthaaclvRnt.i'OJM'ithin the tropic vill be deliver*!'to
LAKE CITY; J-'Lsl, examinationithoxpertations to meet olives prcts em eve; line climate ancfVbumlant niimmis supply catur. This corn >
U ,,4.ilnnLiii Awamrs or banea nlams.will not bIcSsUitmoro .1 i tiiiit'If delaved to> long the next crop is j fwtnufi or the common peai-shaped sweet orange a great degree tho nicer prae-tioe.i of panle-uuif -,.-- tiats teemingv inonoppli/infi: iLTij I 1 at accost of less than one-dollar pet bushd,, in-
tieo ii one of the inot-t Jiaidy, and m a favorable rl fruits, anil cattle, s-hc-rp .and hogs
-_ -- I. ; ai r-r .il ly disappointevl than thefrnierc1a.S. ] H vented, and the tree piodu< es only in altc-r- productive. A Two y wtc old S ocxl i ir iitod for grafts nil 1 cut abound.: The latter become fat j eluding freiffht and chargca. ? >.'
iituationiicuixiot1sy ,
C. GILLIS, A gtranr j,an mg on the Florida i.ate jvars. At Aix the hiai-vt takpla e in single tree at St. 31 khao'-s (Azores) has been I into Jfl glhs of alxiut seven iwchc-ii. :If the stock 1 uatittot b<* eitu'etl t inlo bucon on Account"of I Ir Some delay ha*teen exponenccdby Col.Mad1doxtyttefact
from taldwhi to UaWsville, discovers Xo\ember, but in Tjmquoiloe, Sj ain and Italy of the light receipt 6f
Railroad Ihi-ker than the
isinucb triirtgularpiccois
LAW ( pifft ft
ATTORNEY AT ; fit for t-'io vrarmtU of the climate. .Noi the
20,000 native
known to pioJuce oranges j'acjcing r : : ; arc }
of the boilorofitoforest when, it is (tk'ayed till DorenYltf-r ,and January, it the of which hft wasliiritodfcy
in the but of the stock pbn-it mclt-f.nd corn: ,:to purchase
nothing tlt an a -
appearance ,
tf t f qartor
fi-nit and the waste
'Sec. tho i pial with
FLA. of ,
tJ PALATKA, exolubive ibifagod co.vs to ours in.bupplyinjctjhc people i and
___ varying fi-otn the common feature jupdu'-c fruit but once in two yeats.1'pr : in Ih4 to his instructions. Other d&* rsaa njnU
growth, -.;.hich may be, caU-uktid at OJvthiicT7.. The j length, rogulotinpr (Ippth milk auj. butter, tlioi%b. thc-ir tfizcr id CuOtrilOusly f th*
James .B. JDawkins, oftltocoutittttTid qujto naturally CQU- pickling, the fiuit Ls gn.there'1 unripe and J Navel golden fueled orange tieo, "if-f/j mirat.ti- the thickness of thcgi'uft'liJr the coneiiicnce of larje. Garden vegetables ato not so gvd or delays were occasioned hytLjs feiWR had

IN eludeS it is poorpinn land.. Butifhefahould aCght .suffered to bleep in water for several days and \ gutting it put on, thTgralt should then be cut Jalmaunville line oi-steamers, eo'that/eaert
ATTORNEY AT LAVT, AN1J sOlICITOR uin tuiJiilujfta: id a < urious 1ttslfT aitin'a; ditlriilgfrort various as onrsn owin ixjrirr.GAlXKSrlLLE. and tarry awhi'.e >t tarlfp, a Elation on the 4ftcr arcls ]put in lye of wateV "end.'h rilla.or I the coianiortj orangpjn having near thoijnjwn right aToss tinder one fyftHcro a leaf has i Lands fire pifcml to omigrcnl at twenty-two to be had to outside boats. But

FLA. ly route, lie would fl'i himself in the cratro of'a kali, with the allies of olive stones or wide h'mi}' :- and in gone iiitane'; quite ontsido the j| lien taken ofi'; and ilicsfo 1 tq ,fttlLe' ,, leccptacle c-cnU per aero'on, fvc ye.us' tini?. In most instances jug these djlays the corn has bean booghliandBhfppcl Maddox w

highly jiroductive, iioultuial district COSTI, It is then put up in earthen or gas bottle'o i irl pulp, at the end opposite the item, excresfcence made in the stalk, obbcning to .k-up the lower requests are'fiecly 1 made to como pimply within five, weckS/jtnd OoL

A. JL KNIGHT, of Mas*. E. W. BHOOME, of Fla- sugar cane, Iruits and vegetables of cveiy varicty barrels with salt and wat"r, and in this State it resembling a small orange when the rind is ic- ] ond of the giaft equal in tmckf e'>3 as above and with tKrir skill and experience in cotton with',akcady on his way to Ocorgi.i- .a c. 4.

At Lakt City, Fla. At Fernan
KNIGHT & BROOME j jATTOZXETS and poultry.buttcr, eggs and honey 11 excess I '1 he American olivo, Ol'dln 4 nifitKx furMrt.e tp;*> *; or objectionable ppj/f the fruit. It i is chiefly I j it. Alter the.graft is fitted to the stock it fchouldt for their attention cn the premises half the crop-! -*t2i.-To the hmff'the the
in fLdzty
of Ihe home demand. Xo very rich t be titil with ba.st matting and clay or grafting the Bexi'bwtBaidJtliat path
latgely in BraI !
good stocks on which to gralt 01 bud the Kn?. I cultivated in the Ju-igulHuhiwdof P.ahia I is oilbrcdit. The doctor raw but three plem is in oIear.
LAW SOLICITORS IX fanners inel &d, but pencrally thriving and veil I wax put round it. In one season the jrrafts willm.ikeshcxits :no sacrifice is with thejnr too high; 05
AT ; in wlriht
; I ropean olive. The variety inobt cultivated I zil.3 Tho MancUrin orange, citrus isa 'i t TJra il,'ati. they wi i is ia with them impossible
furiaco'boir-tthTch fiom ,
CHANCERY to do. Here the one | France\ the long.leaved OUi /'. nytfolM.. In' Rinali oblatu, with a thin ind which separates six; or ciiht inches leeng.: From valious ] than for uso. The clinlote is equable-neither Nothing '
feet rets on'marl, of so firm a texture o.xicriiner.ts it has'Lorn found,that pieces from what love, honor, innocence arid'rcHgiori
two deop ,
AXD COXXIfWO.VXRS OF DEED'SLVH Jo i Spain the favorite is OltaLlutifuliabioadleaved itself fiom the pulp, so much so, that when hilj cxtremttly hotjner cpld-.-.Mid the-fiurniricr nighta

the Jiffore-ut States. AVill jrfvc prwnipt atlcntlonT th'aftho natural wall of wells dug through i olive fruit nearly double the t.izc of the eornirwn.I I j ly ripe, the latter may bo shaken about like the of two year ojd wood striiclv.quite- 'R weirhs-( are moie pleasant than hero. The health of tho reqtrirfc.: ThoiceofpIeasreorofhiO1rthtm3Tpass Voice ot-afifetio*
mtrurtrf to tl mwill practice it remains smov& 'iyid compact as trick or I cutting, And iu.pls.rc thc-ieforo of pjttinpr in by JItthOedcd, but the'
toa'l buslnu.'s I as I The tree is supposed to originally from Greece-, I kcrneijs Pt.some nuts. Originally from China, it ttblu laud region, i* itiYnarkablo- Doctor
A all tln Statt- auJ Federal Court 4i> the dlf.erent l>itncUof *- .fctone curbing. When the substratum of&y.\ I cuttings six cr.eight inches Jong UH> C frni one- never. 4llo Chamber of the sick, the pillow oftbed1ingtho
FLOridA, arid in the SaprcncUourt < l the LnJ- surface and Uuinsan incredible ai vigils ,
**J States. Our aMrcv* Li Uber Uke City or Fcrnan- marl or roclj; is many feet below the Italy is"'j4oT'tati about two miles in extent, ''continent. Its juice and flavor is superior to t to two f*t : ocjuaTry'ps W---IL 'Cutting which, Jhcro was nd resident physician. '
th -
din*, Fla, ha\IDS Rn OflkC*l fch IdMe.Liy either pane ban ens or savannas are e f but little hui'iVjfced' to bo the same plants mentioned by j most variet i'os. i'-ay lie put in tLc ground any time of the year, Slavery exists thcrd vcf r much as it did reVeiofl, never mLscdtheprtence ttiud or be'syniiirfrfcsif ando

12-ti _ _ _ valuo except for timber or grazing, unlefcs artificially growing theie m the fiibt century. St 31ic-liaels seedless orange, eltft's nupcrma, except when,tho plants are making younjr wood, herie. -, ** i { 'woman, though-'the ,
Whatever lx tho quality Pliny as id favorable month. 1'y covering f __ '_ -0 delicate.:that th9wJ9da"pf Ueayea may not
improved. may of is thin though August a -- = lt '
trees ia state peilcction perhaps,
For the of bearing, strong when: a ,
LAW OFFICE.JAMES of the soil, and however varied tie products hhould be procured purpose from early Genoa; theso will pro- I I most dtlicatc of all the varieties and by far the- them with k hand, glass they wijl generally FROM SOUTII' AMERICA. too roughly visit her; on.snch. occasfons she

it will in vigorous growth ii ia an jjnportant I strike roqt-in fkwpoiFiAVpiitjxicks to. t'o menths. loses all Bcnsc of danger, and assuxi&'a pieft
I support ijuce fity in three or four yeais. Some four i'most prodactivc rind is thin and the pulp | Xiw; YOUK, July 9.-- Tl o steamer New York, I fears not
which Jtuovrs not and
-WIDEN qUestion whether the c-b'hiate is'adapted cxt**>d ifa ri$h When tlie v.ood o tliei orange is-fully ripened, of I natural court ra
A. ViWifiii's cf gallons of olive oil are exported from extremely sweet. Nothing can frpm'Aspinwall, brings/Vana ia dates the that undanntoo -
to tinuli e tree. The littoral of the moditcrranan and the is "at rest, grafts and 'cutting n'uty'be C ronsKiuee Tlicn'she dirolavs -
1 of tho Azores sap i gold. Chilf Peru Bolivia
web- The from Francois immense. luxuriance of the orange groves 1st, and f 143,000 in ,
E. r.tcr'.Drngetori. Malaga. export
Ic Samnu Wock Xorthwwt corer over 4 France lo- 1 wLicif neitheiixourtae'ade 4itic.
the to- spirit
-Rpaif, Itolly, Turkey, kept in the 4aik for two othnkiipnths
MaithM-tf The Ionian states > .email ia- .from JSO'vemhcr to .Blaren. Iho oiango tioe* and Ebquador'ai'e. said to havor formed a lteau.o I
ccxnpflsflgFecn .
him Jblands, Morocco and Ipcirs, are tho I her, provided tht air be kept ulrjy > I ( them ;; that' rcaigriatioii vrhicK'jntter*
get <
iflli- lands in tlio Ionian sea, viz : Corfu, Zante, Cophalonea ;woro introduced theie by the Pprtnges, as the to free Cuba from Spain arid an application was regrete-and tha *
olive producing countries ? Old World. Its In tropical riunatea whcro tho circulation eithermurmore nor : patienc
Santa Slaura, Ithaca, Cerigo and same fruit was originally t-ent ny"ujft Spaniardstq 4 taade to Venezuela andjL'olxJmbfaC to-join theiijitnc.o. !- "
Victorious orei doati
EMILE T. actual: growth on Cumberland and, ..Stitnopd the sap is ncsaTy'nnifonn flubughout; the year, in suffering seems
1'axo contain a population of300,000.. The the West Indies and to Florida. The orange ., The three fu-st named aro to itxishul1'otiy > < -- itt
AXD SUJACJCSOATJLLE Islands in the rit.-s.to of Oe-wgia, in as high btate th'ooiRn'go may bo readily primulgtttBd"by the j_ ite1-Jtefge Story.l -
I'HYWCIAX principal products are olive oil, wine, currants plantations of the Azores are nsually of large ftni iha otlier* fifen, wbilff tupesHcntdaiir'r (_ '. -"!- f '--S-! _> n
FLOIIIDA.Oos.nmih' of in Langiiodoe or the Levant, settle following method : Select a vigorous tranch of |
walls fifteen twenty th'epmigrat numbers
and linseed. anto produces from tfixift.twelve extent, always encircled by or : i'clp''fr6nx theUnit.FSatby ,,WQlvCstill xist-jii1timctuiirgre-at$ ?
Block, second floor, first room on Sm thJan the qucbtion about its successful cultivation millions of pounds of tun-ants and from *i5JPO fee>t high, and within,thick belts of other trees any tree of the f'aviety wished, wiUx,flowers and n of Soutli rns' tlirough Floridal anil"news*coitMf from" the Pny dJ Borne''that *
kI. IS- in }1 rida. A paperwas read before the Agricultlifal the'"hoa The trees fruit upon it if desirable, and bind round it at I- the( nistalta-
to 80,000 barrels of olive oil. Cc1aloniaixsdes, i j to protescJiTtncni fro-n breezes. : Advices from Bogota announce tardy and ingenious-beggar has be staking

C-- Society of SouthjCarolhtawhich gives; 15,000,000 lbs currents, 12,000 brrels: of oil.Ithaca .- are commonly propagated by cuttings laycasBanivingin86vcn junction with the' trunk,'or limb from which f fit tin o <5VnoV President Jfas raerju. lladi8'- hia profession unusually profitable >y lying in
i ilirmlt
ihtrdductlun of the olive in funnel of line thh-mould
Dr. H. STEELE the nistory of the about two million pounds of currents t ycais after planting to good grows a rfiolfed mass ['apprpveil th9 act ofqatna'ma1tingc&ain annuities wait about tb.Q. farmhpLflofjtlaX/ fg'oa until

1-lAs moved tiii'onir* to the City IIU immediately GcorgiaTind its subsequent-growth 1. In 1S25 arid oil for homo,.can mnption. Corfu pioduccs bearing, aaul in time spread out with the inaics- kept in its plac i-by piec-ps of tin, bark' {i to nietj in'the' Confederation for the con1fiscatfoh le,Wws that aH th mea*aw'abseiit, when ba

Ji over the Engine Hove on iay Struct lre calls two hundred and s fty.irees were imported about 20(> WO barrels of olive oil; no cur tic luxuriance of cheenut trees, "cVch tree a fdw) cloth"or other,substan rs. This masshljpuld be of their:prb'perty?" The Sen to insisted mates his appearance,'holding 'a *>lf-in leaih,
"M t eft all hours in the day n4 M nlubt at ,Jil* French house Cliai-loston from puio coutanUytioi$ anc1. new mould or eftrfh' I
) .t ; in kopt
oui of tM
iirough a twelve mcimire tttfioaw
from tosiifey.n"'thousand the and
o'rr thoreeult all thai
*MSe&e..- Teb. Sin rents. Santa Maura, "abo'-it J25.0G0 barrels of years alter annually producing I c.arrying wa* and demands )money in
Prox-enco via the lAnquediw Canal 'and Bordeaux 'Nib' Island of St. ,,added"if, nccpFSf.ry"untilJ''fih'! te'prAtBi'Te( 'Srom af fried ob the streets j letting
live oil, wveml caigoes of linspod and wiris.lVo .- oranges. ( < that an tt paraded entered, terrified womankinjwtItha :t2iicpf
J. D. MITCHELL M. D. These trees were five months on the 10,000 barrels of oil, very little wine isexporVd Hjc-Jiaol exported its crop of 1860 as follows : theAbeanch and ta'ko f o6t.:' As ton as these roots the Senate"chata fahd 1w. tl'reat compelledCongress' Iooe the savagebrute union them ia case of rethurf -

way, and did not arrvountU.. May.notwith; fa>m this Inland. 4. The Islandof Caudia Wheat, bushels, 23i36fU.50; 8 84,704 arc sufficiently developed, the-.bj-anuh surround- to sartttion the 1reident't Tbisfwas fat' A few cr'p jjjj

rnYSiCI AXDj SCEQEOXHAVIXG ,- standing which a very few only failed-to prow. :with Ah'arc1' of."about COOO tquai-o *wUcsA Borwj I5t>ans, liu.,28,3761l.00, 28,376'"SinaU'wkitolH od by mould,may bc.sawed off close to the trunk thoitgn't to'e1tho'ftrst "Btepr towards ifas* at a faTOvhonae 47IThk thzainG eon

: rturaoed 1o cks1le for(h purpose of The trees --ere planted at Cannon's Point, onSL besides jo-oducing barley, "v.heat, oats, wme, t'bu! ; ll,4ththi2.0O423,001 or limb from vhich j't prteeds.an1 transplanted quera's declaring himself pcrmanentDictator., the premises besides\iomi! tre who *> fafrolxi4g

: the p.cnce of his profewoa, oifcr$ nu Simons Island, latitude 31 dig 20 min. and rasins, carobcs, cqton, flsc4j. almouds, -' e, bu. 107J1885V.OO : ?7l88 without disturbing the mould, into a box e>f'light Everything indicates a 'speedy -revolutionthronsh6vt (fit UXQ .n>y* >t ***"* & Jw1tflg
vIces to hu frtend and the public. had borne HeveraLcf ps of olics when the severe valonia I' *>* '. I rich natural soil, or to some othor place congenial the Republic-bnt Maaqnera doetf pieca thatv oven Ihe fcjfchea" "fireplace, :sn¬'&Iy
J Office at hu former_reaidruce, corner Fonytlj and 1835 ((8deg. of Fah.) injured granges, Jgnions, 6115 7,cane, : to .growth. Vigorous trees hrmi boon ob- '
cold February, helthe tSvo-Icd1tt1byth .
MUstftuU; '.r.LiEaioQ1c4 rz'K&' jttff-tllei J ntutf)' S0r tf &c., h as an average yield of 2, QQOO6 gallons Total, $193.264TJii8 not die,1 he wdl probably fight'his way;,through. "
that it necpss'ary to cutthem tin t1 jnthis manner in Cuba and Br'aAii iu six ths
them BO much tras food for coast hut him to precede hsr/with
""- of olive oil. GicatlJritainunporJesomo 16,000000 ,- ., is, bew'lfl' what supplied some iwtters look gloomyalong'thissouthern with, compelled
: ; 'L down to the ground. They all threw -up galloqa olivejoU'annually,.' 106,000 inhabitants, hogs, cattle, poultry, Jlrc. ofjcight' ;wecks time. that wonld bear triththmting. Groat dissatisfattion exStiHri'j'Chili, and,f ottr legged o.4o 4 vi agc.wfa the g ttheplauoits

: shoots from the old stumps; and many of them If1 Orangcs-58l347 boxos/'ayeragingr/ *& -3QO, change of government mnat,sojon*take '1o., iphc'caticoa to theprojie : hie, &tnId
1.i: tt. A. a BALDWJK lul :i'fcoved to and iteravneatly have now atfaincd toj4iametcroI nine inches.) .ekmoil.eaOrnvm orifiilak ia iejtermively 5648,861 Tte_impo'rfanrB e>f 'tiift! br-nch agricultnr il Tent on th6 *of molution.j ', of thaj"ncishbcirhocjl'
seems verg
at52 00 V"
located Jiimselfin Imi* w office ou tilt bor- have produced some cultivated ihroughout India. fjesamum eeedrontaina in Torida pt-e9-nppropriittoncs8 in tlii : 4. r j b t iimii_MI'P" >I P tT>* T O(.' '
r of Adam* and Laura'streets, wberrjie will at 411 For the last two yeaw'they about'4h oiL The seed-of, Tlio oranges aloqo$yero shipped in 350 vesr.eels. industry The Isthmus i* ejuiet.'bnt a chang in gorernment ., NITEO'QIOLGESRI;**' '*****
about half the percenfj.tJt work to all tho'de-tails of cultiriation. By reference
lu ai xoept when engaged Tkpiiofe 8ioij*l fruit ; ftTidthis y trmt6)) one Besides theeajTl KrgVquantity of sweet; is anziousI7loopd for : th0**"
ofgroundrint To ao"vr"the
irees bending ua are cultivated homoconsumption,- .
Dill AvtirpaMjai] Oil f rrilluminatina lemons explosive compound, tho fo1lofaT4te mat"-
------ ---- ----f-- ) ujj&ied trees raised from : email 'estates nihe Island of Cuba cultivated
About otic i the lemon'n the EWOPr1I"4-L .
;r. s.-To.or: ? '; ;;j.; alsO beginning'to',bear. It is.now. 'prclWfidwfojfj, tho.j4ght llouto prp "qed" bv jrafting &jur swqct : UL fruit and Vegetables were much more considerable "'-".:- n/T, f-- ..,' vwtl .' '- --,'-' tioned:' &We4
cuttings are Sirposm,5and The.fruit is quifc insipid the eihy.eith'ofV&e Inch
of '.thewsS oils foxoflru Jii litllouws is L oro.igo., tailtho coffe ostatoB.' & w fawnpr planet, a bti-tata of four'feet'.inndBpthujife
4 r.and
:P11Y6Iai : inr iw1'i twenty pno years 5nco the importancTc ugb.t6titl salutary and'refreshing.: ,JLTio large siu> "betwoen .llara 'ancT ws- lT o-1* zito.-
Jupiw ,di chargDdwith
-- < f the dobtructivsebason the Colza.th1pf commerce. CoJj mWA a plant The demonstration mads'*:'f9*: *iv taut
: efana'wiaithoexceptioa- } Lniy,8T oranges anrioaHy'increasci fifteen covered night'pfffia 16thi31t., by'IN',. mcd f fisihra !irifwi dntaifl?
ia peitLtr pn.tha glyoeiidot c
from GenBan-rootwhioli more nor -' <
IJAcgoNyLLt, PLOIIPL of 1835, they have 'never jn' the sligltfrst li V than rile.(Jtohl or( t-abbago. At mid June( pe. intC 'The thenpomotbrl descends be- thus,.. '?-, ,W,. ,-y,. -*r", ,R.'ogson' theOoc4ent sfr xOmert j.tt7t i tweatv fecfrut ofi adir.clioitv&1ibx ileof M 4P'

1. '1)cen'ihjLred.bythe( sold. the Toast win; 'of- thf-re'abput? the seed j iftfpo\fn ina gepa-ato| iow/4Q degropi1'., varying generally from 54 to 'lit Qra.nrt- I. grovnds rall'J "kuwa,i.) cost$24,1- 9, *$ en'feet hi depth,and irtrHt fc. dM,4tlX '

n- er ,ii PRO of unusual severity, tluuouie- 6f irW.V'nere the plant 'jtcfrjain undis-, 5 ae ',!,durijfgrth6 itif month', Tho blood 47proeluco oOod83a. May,'at l3h. SOnu jsiacma me o wu4tj'iu> tsv*$ eaith six iLtie!

: Ur having sunk-to 19 degree Fahrenheit; and;, plat bc41llntIl--dumn.| fifO 'In" Octoncr Jhe plantfaro'b'rought ed" pulp j6rangd"eip"/6rWTlyf! <*w
'' although the'sw t''oTangcs on"the' same plaptaTi > freim:,the' nursery trod up; ...Jargotunclloj skinned oran cttrui'ffitiJiiltlfuta, areiau'ch esThq air4Fit 'd 1Inatipn, degS njin. jsoulh ahd its, righlaacentaon lveta feet iM '

Jb Mir'UVg&Ufi9jVw _i n' wwc uyunc4..pw o, v s/. cu to1 bo'K$& fbr'life. Shdweq watl" &i1i I -q4i; >i fSS'jSS&.OOOi'-xi .flri was 4imimlun'g at twf t&of 45 sec pounds; letaaberf rO1i'QO .4 lw., -

q., d wn to tte groundnotamn"blive Imo is desirable'Ibptrarlfcplantin, 'To'mam's pchip1o / i-on IB ona.6f tw fin'eBt'prowIng trees of proluce 2 .iuii4 }_ :frfc 71' I [budS per day'tuvftjj m6aon" i"de
;'tliw .,wa touched' Jiave y/i frost m, attivrTiod a1 email "suitB' pPqien&nd flrs family/witfi lare 'obloijgJ wnpless -feafca, : Yegelablei'and,frwt-v plantation, cost I ti S S cbUthZii
thev persevered
Un tb-e'Sopth ofZcnce Jvnd'flowcrs tiflfced jvifn ptirpia ekterWally 'juTUfliradr ,
.fciro'W vilhJniw '
theoliyeeultui 'althoughjn1709ind 1788 al'moit childreru Hie farmer turns npa e1d to the !other.* itrohf.S fc'o08icleredthTa'rgeBt'and best It is thprefore apparsnt that C' ha j mora tnvdebtod Fi4by 0OOr in &isniidti ____ *' 'i.tLbant -' '

L. "CTeryt estroyipd to/the.ifirpund, ,, yanoty: *) !1iA.! 'fll "* < v C ----4- fwvwz.'injured, 'in' '1743, lf5,. -/urrow; the children lay the coka pjani TJnitcd State plan- M1-P6 hM .th *
.4. ;YLA. W i tbywa httnttCCS.Vilh other.stroke of the The anaj-lretB xif the arc supplied' of fruit and vegetableshw.taher largo ; ?t1 r '
1748 17M and 1768. 'it'proper ( The WitV"a" radical hLe I : -C :
with'.candied eitrone"from Italy. import i ten of sugar"anTToKeTTO I y't? nW1 !
ofFor'jf the 1 ,. Tbin another 4- '
It tbrive iae 4.tkh. plow roptejip ce wre Vp 1e1 y .'
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I to Smallwood Hod -
V i-I--- : : The senate passed a resolution extending O

t. r- -. L LLkc -.- -- ... ---_-- ----- -' -- ---- ---.. -- --V ._-- -, V SIGNIFICANT. petted to perfection, and the dreams of frightful Wilson, 1-the Alabama and Florida railroad the paymentof OOTT01THe. $
o SOUTH. V aVid Wade would have become Railroad iron for relaying their
CHOLERA ON TYBEE TIlE TEST OATH IN THE Bumncr histories:' welt tho duties on LED V

: ; ll1rmn 1uiDn. learn that th offered resolution, which -was Early after the passage of tho proposedlate realities. What are all our' manifesliag track to fire years. 3.pjOOS.
tho Savannah a God
By papers we Driggs aled l' "but resoltttion General
Committee to Constitutional Amendment by Congress, Oliver Crom ( The House adopted a concurrent by CommiionMer
SalcaJfr arrived at the Quarantine adopted instructing the Judiciary shaken tumbled downTtramplod officers
San ,
steamer hath the
lie that when -
bill workingRadicals of fivo providing 10 U it.
wiro ar.r ,
into the eXp ene of reporting a was denied by. He hath not a majority
inquire the
the mouth of the programme under foot, whatever: shall Adjourn their res-
Ground off Island at Houses
Tyboe District the two 7
JULY 28 1866. and Attorneys ot call extra of J.L. munwood.formerly
JL9I.SOV1LLE, directing Judges to have the Northern States realized this to some extent to the Es u *
Savannah river, on Wodnwtlay the 18th lust, Courts of the United States in tho States latelyin of planted r' We have divines ixsctive Houses on the day of-, J L HnviUwood* Co.N.Y. # ,
L L anCDET,EDI1' .I'U rao..nOL Grand Junes especiallyas : sessions of their legislatures with the view already. Some radical, far-seeing day of October if on that day there was no TbM H HodgklsB, GeorgIa, ] thee
: having thirty caaoa of cholera on board, tvhich rebellion charge discerned in tho.l\88aSSina-1 12d officer O W Scott, )Morld J Int
test oath by parties appointed the adoption of the measure. imagined that they ,! in either House, the presiding
violation ot the hastening )
to the from High by quorum D H Pool, Gcortffl. Co. Kt lfc
lIoun 8TEELE1, As..cisri bnO" I was confined to recruits for the 7th U. S. Infantry the duties of officers who those who initiated this tion of Lincoln an interference on "I shall adjourn both Houses to the first Staturday ..
to entorin on Prominent among removed man are prepared, through resident .w14ption'I
t _.L.t. ___ .. (regulars) now on duty in Florida, num- havo born disqualified from holding such offices Curtin of Penn )1 vania.- which an overruling Power mako a fur ''in D Cttmuur.-, vane on and sell Cotton In all th*SootSi W**

: 'iOSIEUR r SON COME ..WAIN"I boiing 473, with officers, bound to Savannah to I. on account of participation in the late rebellion stop was Governor the public whose temper was too mild, to would way bo I It Rousseau made speech in vindication ol bla or forward from th.M poru to New Yort o,
to little finger
of the act lie has addressed a letter lately ono of iron will, "whose GrinneU concluding by reading a copyof qSZOihISS
AND "Or STAT AWAtt3 command the intent and meaning caning LIVERPOOL
and under contrary amiable
4 be transferred to this city, I such ..-FloridioH. through the Philadelphia papers in which he heavier than the loins" of the mild and his resignation as a member,of tho House, to- .

Wcnt' hM.l of our wounds; wo hare taken of Brevet Captain Ellworth of the 11th Infant- prescribing Lincoln. How vain and short-sighted were such sent to the Governor of Kentucky. The aa our friends may prefer. Our eonascUons i
:' Wo clipped the above from tho editorial correspondence : the appearsto : day pool are such M will give omr eustomers all tk. ir"*" 0Ursa ni
r a nn''y of the t1tld of our lute dlsastez, and ry. says extra session of speculations On the contrary, way order of the House was then executed by calling guoibatmarket. Apply ,, liberal '
time that
of calling an
somo "Tho question for Andrew Johnson, reminded
of our Contemporary been opened when the speaker
11OOJ1 tho unfurtunate"ulLder do The facts obtained from in the matter amendment have Houisean to the bar 11..dv.rtiasmi'VtT
though laving ; reports to ratify the proposed from the wicked[ de- 0. V. SCOTT & 00
r ; with the view of giving the important information the Legislature he might rescue the nation him that a ie-oution had 1 em passed that he JOI
in tho fight we donOt .11 at1&t1e1 to tay 10 ; show that tho San Salvador left N. Y. on the ago in this latitude by the Congress of the United States, has signs of an uncompromising radicalism whoso be public reprimanded. Nothing he said,could July Z5-tf STICucp.c
it contains to somo As Congress
J, .iaa.a8in i 50Utafl- and alone we rot the lim 1 Saturday previously with these troops and sixty who will be suroly affected by it; and that they been finally carefully passed the considered.amendments,soon I consulted as with object was and still is, the overthrow of our republican add to the force of the resolution, and merely COUNCIL

IrLiclAf; of floida-th \.holo oU10rida, Ironl !I cabin 'eioners. Sunday sickness broke out of several of the States by" telegraph institutions. said the gentlemen was reprimanded accordingly. COCXCIL CI&ia1t1..t. Not
If take timely warning, and prepare for a the Governors ,. .1 The great, the absorbing issue now presented --4
the Georgia lint to th" Ieys. and froAl Ocean to suddenly among the troops on tho second dock, may nave with the view of securing immediate anu American patriot is the restoration' ol .L meStates WASHINOTOW. July 22. Council met In Regular Vertaf at I the 'rcsbytt.o"cIoc

I Half; and; again raising h r banner and shield !! which the contract Surgeon pronounced to bocholera. gentle inquiry in to tho way in honor which thay and truth concerted action in ratifying them; in believingthat end to the in tho Union now unrepresented, to all Adviccs received hare by the Mexican Legation Freient C Acoata: IIis, Win Honor Grot Ilotxaes he, LI Uisele.Fk-muinc.B 31crorO i A.li3ATfl .
and (f) hasten the
. I'I'J t w4r sound to the charge against the formidable Off Port Royal the Captain of the swallowed the test oath such a course might great into our their rights and privilege in the government report that the Austrian column was defeated B Hoeg, A B Canova, A S Baldwin. Absrot
with it. Wo learn that the proper steps have to be attained by their incorporation Constitution. Like Aaron rod, it account of 1 ldn.ss. Scia
loosing a
hilton Head but the the J uarill at Loyalsopec-
Steamer decided .to in at not received under by of Isat mectth .,
\i hosts &against us. And though somo of our 11 put either law. But the proposition was Partizan Minutes were read ,4
who organic other issues. .
those are time all wounded and cherst
at the been set on foot to hunt up and it now swallows for a large number of killed, prisoners.The )&r8 N Vilhiam.sappeiirud before theCorsaeatng ( ,
, 'l't: I friends; may say, as it is bordering on the "dog was them arrested in his progress quarantine suspicioned of having coma with the favor anticipated, action prejudices and predilections for a while must be Imperialists were aboutto abandon Hacoal- himself as the Chairman of ate4&t
known strongly will be lie general .
or there
anchor. Ho how- settled that issue.-
and directed to seems of that all-absorbing a I'eoplas' Meeting. to
dathat we are mad we tell them no! "we ground mittod small oflenso of perjury for tho sake the States to ratify by extra session even if laid aside, in view tho Council on the subject of the Ux orJuvinep 4o'Cl0'pzeof

,f f f1 speak the words of truth and eolwrno*," whon 1 cvcr dctcrminwl to proceed to the quarantine the We glad to see. this of Pennsylvania should do BO. To call an extra: ses- Patriotic men of all classes must him rally from to the pan.No practical result to negotiation is yet apparent to l>e heard,whereupon on motion of AhWm-5!! *,
office. are defend
Savannah, as affording better anchorage of the spoils of would not in do- ride of tho President and and the Globe believes that the conti- nilng the rules were waived, and Mr Wl11i&M x
l we say the "golden opportunity" If ttM *n the 1 grounds{ to the vile miscreants, Mion. this State, therefore any of the bold, bad men who now 1 brink of war. to make hu eommumcnUoD to the Bvard.
stated taki and hope see machinations nent is on the a general European
above amendments bya
and reached that point as step the adoption of the Mr Williams then in a short addf* ,
hasten (
9dt of the of Florida' and within the i and gree and appear to have adopted her demands and
j people the Government bear rule in Congress, Prussia continues firm in people are diKsalisned with the tax
havo imposed States. ona
. who upon number oi the "
of the sufficient
t I the officer
1 chiocmont4othe- T. A. 4: G. C. Railroad to when ho was hailed by quar- of which they were States for their motto, "After us tho deluge. tho Italians are advancing in spite of French r&Usof taxation were too hlvh, and pt the
antine schooner Abbie B., who, upon learning affected a purity of loyalty While this shows that the Northern Yours, respectfully, orders. : features of the ordinance,which were panteqlarira bl
I : ma their own interests and thoeo of Florida from the places they disgrace tho proposed JAMES W. WALL. tiou&Ue to him,and concluded by sayfuj that tLzcns ripened
tho condition of the San Xalrador, ordered her into never guilty, dragged have not been in hot haste to ratify The French iron clad squadron was orderedto and tax payers wanted the bill repealed or lion the .Str
one, great, and magnificent Georgia can Three of tho treops had died by their base contact. amendment it is also suggestive that it is by no "DEPARTMENT or STATE, > Venice on the night of the 11th and the modifIed;ater whkh Alderman yiemmlnr, IT on

prevented from tapping Florida and from !- quarantine. i also ordered to sail, .ioaoftbe<:ouiant'rcpuVato JIr. VilUaat jonYil1.
j it Cherbourg squadron was
from the disease before maching Tybee, and a means certain that many of thorn will ratify WASHINGTON, June 26, 1866. )STo that be big away her fatness to her own use. TKt Gwrgia -I WAR MATTERS IN EUROrE. the questionconies Hall JVw but its destitution was unknown. otthe obnoxious ordinnce,that the ennst4th and of a q
. fourth after. at their regular sessions when the lion. JoAn T. Ho/man, City which
directly section the
the *
one of
is to phraseology the read
f. if the Directors from Europe dod
foimtctio between
eon btpunJioml, 1att intelligence that negotiaUons
The The Jfonilfur ,
taken to transfer the recruit York: allow, did Dot expm the Intention ofthe
: of the F. A. & G. C. Railroad will but arouse Prompt steps were effect that Prussia and Italy had. refused to entertain up.LETTEIVIS had the honor to receive the the belligerents are progressing favorably and thAt it was the purpose of th.-Council to mod
the sick being separatedfrom I "Sin:-I have would' dinaiice in this and other :ticulars,when I
to Island, armistice be pa Uus
Tyboe douM that
from their and bhow thenuclvr to of Austria for an arrais SECRETARY SEWARI for the celebration there was no an s fr.G.hiasscimates
f snpincncps, taken to the proposition FROM invitation of the Tammany Society the Council would call a meeting of the tax Mrcn ftk!
above the well, and every judicious step I the offen: vo by WALL. the Fourth of July. agreed to on conditions. city and ezvUln to them heir action snjottheor.IininetIaat the hi. cc
bo competent to the situation, by arising ,! tice and Italy had again taken AND HON. JAMES W. of approaching French has Dteasb
tho further spread of the malady, and toprovide ; tho character of the occaSion It is rumored that the squadron if the majority of tb.
all minor matters and become goncrous and unselfishor prevent I pursuing tho Austrian troops that had evacuated These letters which we publish elsewhere, are [After referring t l*>on ordered to Vnnicq: and Toulon authoritieshave were opposed to the ordinance would beatt.mpl he saaipla ia o'dinat.
for the comfort of both the sick and the : Mr. Seward proceeds:] to enforce It, and la that sven, tiuT
:. the taJct of Florida.. Wo speak aUvieodly. Venitia.; The King of Italy favors the pros .. worthy of not, because they are indices of that "I, have had sdbie differences in my timo with been ordered to prepare ten steam frigatesand wirtil.1 resign. or at least such portion M ,a*fit tofc.ni4 .

Measures be effoctod that will I welL for the to I! corvettes. I and alow their pUccs to be filled by thcst _,_-.
can con- ecution of hostilities with energy purpose underground swell, which is now, a greateror the Tammany Society, but I long ao forgotthem

late tho r. & G. Road and tne F. A. & O. I Up to the 21st there had been no cases occurring of effecting a disincrubtunient of_ the Austrian less extent, moving the minds of the sober all, when I recalled the fad that the society The Prussian official journal other cautions Pnuna and I con..civntk'uIydLchargetheirdaty the s-ame time please their cou.ii ttutnu.as CMiut 1:7 Throuijta ;
remember that there are strong
C Road tIle condition of urrcnder of the passengers ; and the Savannah there is treaty has never once failed to observe and honor I to Council then resumed it* business i4whcreupen iteamcr I az.rtunity :
a among that a of the fruits of
upon I intelligence monarchy. It is known thinking mOll of the North ; one of National Independence ; and ,. united powers in Europe interested in the balance the follow tag pireuntble and reouitiei Z.

the'Live Oak connection. Will the teoplo of AVtr $ 7/VrwW of that date states, that Prussia and Italy! that neither will make Fational Convention which is the anniversary civil of European power. introduced by his liquor the iiaj or: of en
i between which is the great that during the recent war
fact I When, roet
that four more the further a public tiny having Wn-ktUl.m.
Florida awake to the important of this mattor I had raached that city peace without the other. to bo held on the 14th proximo at Philadelphia. the Tammany Society sent in its sons to fight for I Tho Prussians have made their headquartersat city on the Isth Inst.,the acUoa of which$ eaaoot j, irslon to Crr>*ioodly

tho Eastern Roads arouse? Will not deaths had occurred among the sick on Tybee Venitia to France is absolute, and with unswerving fidelity heartily I ParJubitz. construed otherwise than as a leoeution on tae eonniK number
of of the
f'f'ill V The co-aioti They aro evidences that tho men highest tho Union, !| The Prague has been abandoned, and it is rai council tliereot and which this body etteenutobsiife
Island though no new cases had formed.It her the Federal government in its struggles ranted,and unjust:and at whit), offer; ,and
Jacksonville and Fcrnandina como up energetically on condition only of withdrawing guns order' of mini in tho North,clearly perceive that supported and i Dccted the Prussians will seize it. mnch.nuu w Jn'a
I view of these facts dtomislead ibe
In public mind
,to the woik 1 f Act at ottcf and secure 10 behooves the authorities at Savannah to arms, and all munitions of war,so that it is now the perpetuation of the rule of the now domi- of the with noble sedition.principles now avowed 0, l, nau. .L mo The Italians were severely beaten by the Austrians organization and the authorities ot the as"rcnrdstht"vr'; thmtZl* *QB*| if, and exprw

Florida:: the contemplated benefits of her railroad enforce the quarantino regulations rigidly ; and French territory. it is by tho rad- true I.eaguo."I at Bor eaflertee"and MontionceUo. They belt.Rttolrfd teased with tLcers
perfect nant party in power, swayed as Tammany Society as a That the tax piyars of the dtr of
fj-gtem, of which outaido influence, and inside although no apprehensions soem to exist in Sayannali General Bencdek, the Austrian Commander- of the North look to the deliberateend \ rejoice with tho society that the conflict of were repulsed five times.Bencdek from command. Jacksonville,and the friends of law and osier,tfujL of tbe be
icalmen has been relieved
invited to assemble the iSSi
tho fully at City 1UU,
of -
inertia are about to rob her. as to the spread of the disease, the cholera in-Chief, has been superseded by Archduke Al- 'of revolutionizing the character of the arms has ceased; that vindicated the authority and that the government flag NEW YORK, July 19. evening next, the COth ioj.1., that coundl may oa fttftZZ llark.In .

Will none of tho influential master minds of I is by no means an agreeable visitor so near a bert ; and it is the declared purpose of the Emperor American Government, and destroying constitu- of the Union has been now floats triumphantly over every V In the case of tho cotton sold here under the I and for tbe that same the,Mayor and to U see hereby that aU instructed necessary to-iosTaJ : thi con at

tho East take hold of this matter. The masses i Southern Sea board city. "We learn that the j I of Austria to continue tho war against tion landmarks' that they may become tho oracles foot of national domain. On the other hand, I confiscation act, on Government account the are made fur I lie occasion.. mark that corarties

b itiJdlo and Wcet Florida are aright. on this family of our fellow citizen )Ir. CASE, is among Prussia, so long as the latter power encroaches and dispensers of despotism.The mourn with the society that the perfect Unionl claimants having moved for removal of adjudication Adopted un.inimous.y.Aliiviman tlimmlng:then intodu x4 a bifl who h.i vccasions

quretion: and an influence can bo brought to the on board, and wo see in the Sews i Austrian Territory. This being the bitua- avowal given to us by patriotic fore-fathers has yet from the United States to the State courts, an j.dman. to amvnd an ordinance eDtitlsd*Aa for tl
passengers on letter of :Mr. Soward is an open that eleven sovereign the judge decided adversely yesterday. Dance providing b Kevenue for the city of JjckjoorUl.*

? b that he has rut I States>re denied representation WASHINGTON, July 20. on motion,council went into commutes of tbe vaiLj
in e; tho part to Georgia that the tail does to steamer from the pen of our fellow citizen S. St. 1 that Europe will soon shako with a collision of committed to the conservative Republicans and Congress, and are not recognized as co-ordinate It is understood that ex-Gov. Holdcn of N. on tbe came. After s- me Iroe spent hi tomnuC.,?v, rho are the owKat

! t tb Kite.J George Rogers, who mentions that Dr. Bacon I armed hosts in deadly strife, the like and magnitude the constitution loving, and ever constitution parts in the National Legislature. How strange I C., will be rejected as Minister to San Salvador, committee The committee rose,acd of the made whole the fuUowin Laving hud report tbe BH1: m V they havobuildings

Let Florida bo made a State, proud and rich of Lake City is also on board, and has been very I I of which modern times have never wit- : all this We have killed disunion outright, and I: on the ground of his"artic.ifa in the rebel- I con4deraiton. entitled "an ordinance W smeod sa &r b1 .o

;. I defending Democracy. have killed African slavery with it, and yet we vance entitled'an ordinance providing a rertno tr ]
'. ;in tho productions of her own soil, and the useful to the sick. "We trust the p&llsengenI. nessed, unless Napoleon succeeds in arrayingRussia It is not a littlo curious, to see how even great are not completely reunited."If Ii lion.The Senate Bift passed appropriating $;0,000 I city of Jacksonville.! '' report the same back tooxfrfL hen the pnvil!

t achie'cmdlta of her own intellect Moove, tho of Congress few the American I L with avcompanvinir annndmenU, and reipe foDy rrantcd mci y
will all escape. and England in cause a minds box tho. political compa But a I did not feel assured that to the Portland I11ft rcrs. commend its i IIi.VRge, which was meiitd, Ui U

f moovo moove at 0,. I Ij Since writing tho above wo have received the : of nations, for the purpose of adjusting tho Mr. Seward was the apostlA of the people cannot suffer so great and fatal a soleCism The House resolution to adjourn on the'JSth : being reported an f 2oira; k'c atleman wenawe

___ I yean ago' I should as others Ux) >n motion of Alderman BJdrfn, duty McmU, merely
j -- 1 in which to continue, say, many laid the table. !
Savannah .Vrtr herald of the 23rd the treaty of when the was or Bill the
I f causes of quarrel, and revising Law doctrine and that was unbounded the as reported by Committee,wu adopted tr*
I have -
THE PHILADELPhIA CONVENTION. Higher do, that we are at a crisis. But I The Bill to fund the National Debt was taken yule of five to two, after which AloVrman Count {> Feint to those lauctmay
It is now a fixed fact that e"erySoutht'rn : it ii stated that the Cholera still rages on Tyboo, 1815, to which he is hostile. His attitude is now popular mind of tho North was cutting loose confidence in the wisdom and virtue of tho ; up and an amendment was adopted prohibiting pressed a desire to move an amendment to tht""r"mkudonmction notrAaua5rIt

when additional deaths had occurred, among favorable for the accomplishment of his schemes. obligations of the Constitution American people. It is said in excuse of the the depositing of in National Banks cf Aldeinun llrmmmg. srooaded,
: State wiU send delegates to tho National Constitutional interesting accounts of from tho binding and tlieia money ordinance a r--tonsulered by a anammooi vote
Ii F. of the llth U. S. Elsewhere' we publish regis denial of representation that the States when there United States Depository.The rer.
which was Lieut. J. Mays that its trampled authority, an was a Alderman Canova thea moved the following,vutinse
Union ConTention. Mentally blind the battles; and late developoments show that over chosen representatives still continue to be seditious bill was It provides for the payment >lion 6 oX the ordinance,cf which the UulLOvtifaconhideration.
Infantry; and the number of new cases was reported have suffered a low of eight killed South be the more readily r.ached, disloyal? p is an amendment strike ,
indeed, must be that mind that fails to perceive I the Austrians the might and disloyal. I ask, is Tennessee of ono hundred and eighty millions annually ; out the *

w 'he grand truth that the only safety of the fu- I l to be eight No sickness has as yet occurred -1 i to one Prubsian. because of slavery. Now slavery is destroyed, Is Arkansas sfdicious? Are tho Senators and on the principal and interest of the United j "notaried..ten' and public marble, watchnuiktn cutters, principal and rrpoin telrgnph ofvakLoii tytau..

in this o on the San Salrtuior, and it is suppobed --- __ and the mad factionisU who have done this representatives of those States disloyal? I desire States debt. Another provision authorizes excessis i jewelry, tobacconists and segar makerptnoa cc ]pe. a SOCTHSRS In J
:f of Constitutional government coun- NEW YOUK.-In spite of the as of the two Houses of suns having a bop to- on UM tu.nsssoftltie
I I CHOLERA IN I of fathers in this respect, that each of gold to be sold for U. S. notes. carry rarliamcnta
that all board are now free from danger. j of the Constitution our Maukiuulih. Oi-Kunsmitb, butcher and vcadnt i iof
: trj in tho overthrow of the Radicals of the on cleanliness of New York, and of tho over the corps will apply the constitutional test with rrgular
P boarted
; tresh mtet1 bb h on bring to aocsdi4Ml
ptft {
JCMthrho: are now the Jacobin revolution- I In this connection wo 'Will state that we have V regulations enforced by her au- i! are about to destroy liberty also tho public all tho improvements legislation upon it, and,''I -; pass; whereupon on motion ot Aldmniia Baldwin,ty A. rare chance
i rigid quarantine to beat with anxiety, and representatives who nd.d, the but wad agaih adopted) a cute of tebthrei ho are una I
informed Lieut. the efficient of the North begins thui admit those States **t > > hy *
been Logan
with by pulse
will be
; and not content in
1.-U t-f 111 out
l ago, anything I 1 thorities, epidemic cholera has broken seize those against whom I In thi city. on the 13th inilt., after a frw day illncM.Vfl -, and thus bvcamc ordinance.. I
and only '
: fib ,rf of the utter ruin of tho.country, ont officer in command at this post, that ihreo or fearful effect. In three days' and Mr. Seward, whoso keen instincts to are loyal, reject shall be established. I LLI}:1), infant von JVSM.C J. and Nt111e L. "Ward ConnuuDiaiiun of Mr. Win 8 Raw. n,City 3I iH ] rartcill&rliApply
i j that city with in the throbbing the crime of disloyalty 3 months and 23 di>.. in n Utin to JurDi-binR the patrol with side amass at H\t
f( vhirh to predicate their perpetual power. I four of the troops made their escape from Tyboe, time 720 deaths took place, and, it is stated, the upon tho popular indices, "I believe with the Tammany Society that the IILKod r ad, received and on motion,subject matter po.toa

}. f To mod these scheming men, there must be I and made their way to Savannah, where they nrcsumt.tion is that many other deaths caused I of that pulse where tho popular current seta in, Union was created to l>e perpetual, that the Death Set liiAfh-ul has chimed upon our hi, little blOw;Willis until 1 he next following legvUr r\port meeting.was then made, re>-eivtdas b {

r | -----A : w ana throws himself upon tho current, States are equal under the Constitution that the Ard hm cheek th:it were like roses : recoramendati adopted.The U uSe.Committee Mctfj
COTWrt of option of the friends of a true Cone succeeded in changing their uniform for citizens : i ; in families of which skilfully I VQhDk
bit. have occurred private- the palladium restoration of the Union by: the recent war ought Are an pale as marble now. j N g leave to rtspetfluliy toieport that in optam
i1.t eUtatiou.il Union from all sections, and thoso clothes, and took passage on the Sylvan Short for .no note had born taken. returning to that as i. to liC acknowledged and recognized by all thedepartments i the tw .shop-H wbfcb ate kept in the market an aa j "ilay hums
I' salvation raising it now as a I \V> h.ive rlo-eJ the lid so genty.! nonemaking at times roa-1.k! rable nol-e tadi' n.
I 1\ iniut
active hostility to the Radicals ; and it is for and reported to him. This officer has ac- 23d inst. shows that the cholera is barrier against his Higher Law I spirit of magnanimity and fraternity should pre- For the soul that .I\e Ibi-m 1 ribtncu tit ni the nmot a. aid ili.ontuiLauu:of and ihups. Then spako
: l' up to discovered his Coll /andi. about to profitby j j II vail in all our councils, and that the South, hav1ing Nohait fled beyond the t>tir.. lle-pectfully EfUtmilted. V6.C.ACOI3TA*
th'i reasons' that the South should lay aside all I increasing has With wlsdoiTieu
ted with commendable sagacity in causing those pprendir.g rapidly in New York. It is also his political I accepted the lesson of the war, and relin- A FRIEND. ,
Bat with all guilty A. R CAXOVAVM. ,
., 4 .raitvv and as becomes an intelligent men to pass through a fumigating and soap and on Governor's Island, and is aid to be his experience. threatened | quishcd the heresies of secession, should, just so \ GOOTHf.A5rorr.muni'ation \% eViI

j .ooplc.liug to maintain and secure their lib- water purifying process, and had the clothes (': on Hart's Island. New cases had : sins: upon him, for the sake of liberty, I fast as she comes in the attitude of loyalty, and JOSEPH TAMES & CO., troraMr VT JJsC stsunefee I TUOMVj
severe and Its matter laid until art*j jgular
very him en motion subject over
.3.1 *'I1.i&d, f<{-get little difference for the great good i and a desecrated, Constitution, let come 1 in the persons of loyal and qualified representatives -,
they brought with them burnt ; and has placed occurred in Brooklyn. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIE DEALERS IX meetinr. V draft of the t)
be admitted to her constitutional: representation Alderman introdoccd the foCoelog i
of ti tV own preservation for she is more deeply I back I I FUmmlnj :
; that ;
? .", *ftK -- them in a tent, secluded some distance outside I It is from Governor's Island, we believe, i FINE HAVANA SEGARS ton : the Finance _. __.... | .. T V I'Vor while the lamp hoM' out to burn i R'sorIf Th.tt Aldonn\n Groth be authorise tss*I Itra
-- .
.4 trio recruits itmo ivm v w
I that is &xf>v being iragod by the friend and the :4zcbe;: ; ;; I ; The \ilcut burner may turn." 'I want, henceforth, and forever no North t wnh the prof.riuUK .f the Union to puKiitsu Council, lfrt:; ;
apprehended.0 learn Island with tho disease. South East no West, no divisions, and ALSO LEAF AND CHEWING TOBACCO of il to.Uw of ths fiui
no no rouecdings cotta ba.laa.e
Constitution than other I
t rnnmios of the sec- of the has
any of Mr. Wall is another one no
.-.' that others escaped from Tyboo and raado their ..- The letter I no sections and no classes, but ono united and II 21 3m year to make the best bargain Lo can, ti.ll|ru Bmously gross foJ
i, ifon of tie Union.Arotjpl of the emotion that is now seizing adopted.
Dl'COXTINl'ED.-\"C learn there arc now no signs popular 1
way to Savannah, where they have been arrested \ harmonious pw plo. I Aidermau! >lemming1 moved that tie Xsrof V rem'I It ProceediiiFursuant

.3. a |ho .Conservative Republicans, and : while still others had deserted to Wilmington : post offices kept at Wellburn and Houston in upon the Northern mind, and of which it is judicious "It will be impossible for me to attend the
Iii I the Democrat of tho North, the South must that or for the true Southern lovers of a consti- celebration personally. What I have written I Proceedings of Board County Commisoners.STA1K t Hospital a ad ascertain the pr.priety of oucoo'iBiiatSi I II
and Decent Islands, adjacent to Tybee, and : Suwanneo county, for the reason no man will the society that in spirit, I I i-*me;and is it appear that t.it-re aie no palimtiBW a i to a
rally as & unrto, and every energy of intellect : be tionally administered Government shonld study trust satisfy Of FLOItiDA-OGCXrY OF DCVAL.VIUMSOAT 1 1 hand, be duolve il fortUwi U&animous.y adopa reapectabl. flue4nirri5itIOn
these latter two had boon left the even an intelligent negro can when shall be
among on woman, nor shall always be with them they By AMermaa B.iIdwin-Resore4 That tin 3tc a.**!
! tI L'omtl frictions must Btrive to harmonize in take the test to and stand ready to affiliate with the National j \ December 27th 1S65. I such fee$'flakij
: I found in all that region who can encourage engaged in renewing and fortifying : requested to cothet amounts as may The nse-tinr
marsh die i At of the : installed Hoard
been with
to attacked
that Convention having: cramps a meting ncwiy ; I thom patients cf the sma.l hospital. AJoptnL. j Itulinif Eidvr, b
and for tho sake of the
suchas pox
: Union
j prinW6 and for
after Our officeiscivil and military oath, aa a preliminary to the performance of the \ for the sake of the South, a Union. I'mtnl.-Uou. A. Do".V.HT, Judge o( l'iobate and I V The M.irktt..omnjt.esuimhued a repotiMn O L Kin,SoiT

I'' ciploi have inherited. from our fathers, en- leaving Tybeo. I Master. What has become of our fathers contemplated, and such as that 1 have the honor to be Sir, your very obedient Ex-Olii.l'nL Bjaia CuuaU Commissioni*; MILKS I read,rectivcti,and laid over until best mottiojfcr cs>| The Cbarni
duties of l'I ICIo, JOHN S. 1'icKKiT. and WILLIAM U. CUKISTOru -
cannot bo two vigilant, for through the servant. "WIILIAM II. SE '\RD. : sUration of it- subject mai tt r. f fA which prafvs-ur
j ocATor to organize a new and vigorous party all those loyal men" of Florida, of horn the for which tho people of the South have always __ R, Coiniuii ioncrs. cotnmUD>atiou from James M. Cruet ia ivTztM*j prtrtr.
wrecldoes conduct of the recruits on Tyboo, the I V 1 he liotud tok up the matter of the ppointmonl ofa the purchase of a steam fire ,was read tad BB j jmteiy The chair rtuch
t shall go forth to battle for a violated seed of the disease inoculate Messrs. Mitnchausen speak so freely. Cannotone faithfully struggled. Mr. Wall was one of the A GREAT BATTLE TI ORDERED County 1 ren mIT, whereupon William Caulk wa postponed. engine SAlter the ol>j.:i4.f

1 Constitution and for the overthrow of the ene- may our atmos-I Ii bo found to serve his country for a few "the immortal fow" at the North whom no unanimously appointed County Treasunr to serve let which the following accounts were rod,'ro j V that all brt
\ If have ready. BY PENNSYLVANIA.The h o )'e..rll Irom iHtober iJ, ISo.>, and that he be required and
phere. our people neglected med ordered to be gsnioaofthip
I' mtM of their race and government I ? allurements could tempt from principle! and with its Imuuit-r to perfect and enter into Bund in the peo.il paid.CayofJacksonTuV, r The follow
office of
portant duty heretofore, let them go to woikat snug Governor Pennsylvania, Legislative urn of ho thousand dollullior the tnUirul discharge of
; : The master spirits of the North are fast becoming once and purify their premises and observethe We truly sympathize with the good people of whom no despotism, social or political could silence Committe visited tho battle ground of the duties FK ruining to HOld ollii* Treasurer. July 1S6 For making V coffin tor Mm.Maiy ToJ %aDJSfXI'L moualy Re.solred.Lu) Thjfodtpmdent t

I : ratisfiod that the Radicais are preparing in the to which they are the noble utterances of his voice for an oppressed Gettysburg last week. While there a final Ordered That the Pn-M-ient of the BAd purchase. pauper...................... Fr
utmost cleanliness in person, habitation and thoso places, annoyances agreement for the painting ordered by the upon the credit of the County, for the use of the ,Judge 1)iguig gr.ive and dra-.ge............... MIBS solve our nmnrioi
tar revolutionary measures, and the overthrow for mail matter. The car of State people and a violated Constitution. LeI 01 Prubuto'i Uflke, six chair and one pine table. era general a.
food. subjected tat nrc was siirned by the artist Rothermel, The following bills were patted und ordered to be paid I Also the*Ai
of the government. Montgomery Blair, i in a I backward on a retrogadc i FROM HON. JAMES W. WALL and A.lJugj'cU. l'&cot Itoaru one day's attendance
t seems to be rolling LETTER Governor the committees, the principal (3 00 City of Jk.on'1fls: : L :

"Mate' speech before the' democrats of Reading, I A MOVEMENT IN THE RIGHT DIREC- track. Stand from under-the crash of Anar- BURLINGToN, June 24, 1866. points of which are as follows: The painting I Wiiluuu Mile* 1'rior O.,..ChiistopIir..a.....................h.. 3 00(Ml V ToHoUymaaP w. | ab.ent.d hi TlJ

' _, has distinctly announced that should the TION. II chy is close at hand because bad men fill the To the Hon. MONTGOMCUY BI.UK : is to be executed in the best style of art,and to I.J.Then i. M,tcu/.kett.......................;;. 300 Articles vour btrs.fuanbheJ.........small......pox....hospital.........as.pet tie lntharhidout

Radicals carry tho October election, they will The following important order, which wo find high places of the land. When the wicked DEAR Sm: I have .this moment read with be not less than thirty feet long and fifteen feet I U nice oa J-iuuury! 110 turthetbusine.th. 18>K. ** the Board adjourned Onfered paid.sulet to approval by the Na7 c.nnctten of the cnuniOn
high to embrace a landscape view with a bat- There being no further business Council i iline a4lOe ,
T immediately President Johnson and interest Maryland speech, a of i ; A. OUOirr, Judge of Probate,
4 impeach in the Charleston papers, is calculated to work rule, the people mourn. some your copy tle scene, in large figures embodying some great and i-x-oflicw rresUint of the hoard die.
. r tarn him out,which must result in the establishment to the infinite advantage of tho productive which I received on Saturday morning. What epoch in tho battle. It is to be finished within A true copy from the liecord 11. E. HOLMES,Clui of CounciL11oL3tks 8TSEI,*J* fleeudOn o
in-I RurrfEE is THE C."I ET.-At a recent Cabinet surprises me, however, is that gentlemen of your A. UOGOETT, Probate JucJgp.lUll tli.eI.kts
of two presidents and two for of the South if it in throe from this date, and in connection W | t.i a
4 congresses; dustry wore adopted I national proclivities should ever have been so years u-omclo I'riiKKnt iioanl A3T OHDUAXC TOAXKXft AS OiBHAW* ? motion
meeting the Radical portion thereof, became therewith there is to be border vesTal V ,a
a pannellod extending Rivxsri
democrats and
conservative republicans Military Department, and were rigidly enforced. I' deceived as to both the origin and object of the .
dictatorial to the President when ho around the principal painting,three feet Mo DT, January 8th,1S63. Or J ACKS05VILLE, tllHV JCLT 3J. UCO.Wheiea OLKtt SJacksonv..ie
. : 't the North would unite with the Southern momt The great drawback to froedmen's labor, is the quite late war. The same fell agency is visible at wide, and to contain the great conflicts of the I, The Itonra of County Commlsxiouers of Lmval county *, the Ordinance entitled"An OTdU'F<
Ln'bcrJ and around President Johnson. And gave them to understand that their room was Washington now that was visible at the commencement met this thy &u.mt to adjournment.PrttttO. dilg a revenue fur the ciy Jockjonvule," alQt
t i rally uncertainty attending it. battle and interresting episodes. The principal I A. (4
Sdof Inadvertanceused
Dor.oiT ,
f. Attorney of the lo. The fanatical spirits .I'r.lilcnt: JOBS 8. PICIITT, t tr. July 1864. bavins trom
*4 J who know tho purposes and councils of the Radicals With the larger portion of them, the moral preferable to their company, whereupon then tltrug and directing the painting will be the grand charge of the rebels on i. 01:0" UACOSTA, MILES ',. :: and WM. O. CUIUSTOn in Section 4h: ot aid ordlnanct.made >* SERIOUSA
and Postmaster General Dennison who were guiding n, Commis'ioueri, in a manner nut intended by council WhiCh
General Speed Hancock's 3 and their I '
July subsoquent
t t better than Montgomery Blair? In view obligations of the faithful performance of con- storm are guiding and directing it still. The corps Uriah Bowden Shei iff of county in attendance. ot language,was not discovered nnal a(1eI' numT ertenlay
tendered their resignations; find it is supposed defeat-the grand struggle of the whole battle. Tho. Cuu.t WIU orj-anizi-d due too Ute tor immediate correction; and w beresl
1 condition of national affairs in tornu Procecdinn of of
2 or these bold chem, is it not binding on every tracts is a view- of matters that have no component 'present alarming our [Sar. Xttn $ JleraU. last B>ard read auil .pp.-ote'J: lag r been inteitained purpose of council a
lover of and of constitutional Harlan and Stanton will walk tho board is but tho logical conclusion from thc principles 1 he ot Cu.u'.elf and amend said section. mke it convey Folly Iain,
., true poace govern- I part therein, and the consequence is, whenever li v.hc.lu.for nervicrs rendered the M to
.., I I. by command of the President. It is high time I taught so energetically by the leadf of --- veM 1SC3 and 1865 as Clerk and Inspector of Election I lion of the same,at iU first ensuing regular a' nunered tha

1 NI.snent, that differences over email matters, and whim, or slight dissatisfaction from any tho Bepublican party; now, they aro only the being prestntt-d tu the Board upvn motion, said 1111 li now therefore : had been cit
that those Jacobins should bo made to leave the Telegraphic. labpei!!. the tabU, to tVtLXIh..rTh I Sxc. 1. Beit orJai*td ly A: )ICJOO.tVJ3d
I theoretical notions should to the i 'On.id ration The
give place one I causes arise, they violate the compact,and leave whore have fulfillment of the predictions made by tho : bill of Jr. 1. Wheaton for sundry sen icis nndered Hit city of JaclMmnlU, That the taxes doe 5114 racks,

1 grand and noble purpose of rising to that highth the employer at the moment, often, when the I councils of the President they him and the afine founders of that Republic, if the sectional principles CONGRESSIONAL I while he was Judge of Piobate, was di.pooed of in a fl under the l,t and 2nd Section of tlie Ordinance from the cit
I field to plot treason against like mnnnT. this U shall be payable at board
should an amendment.
I It of such a party ever attain ascendancy oa w
of looks alone the
l patriotism, that to preservation benefits sought by his employment is about to the The bill K' for elites to the Treasurer.Ste. .
I country. Let war progress. in this WASHINGTON, July 23. mJ' Sticker' Printing blank for use : City V'6 V Some of the
1 ( of secured and defended Constitutional country. Probate amOullUng to i Be further Onli td, Tint for '
country, by : be reaped, and will be then lost to him. Generals I twenty doIlan WlS t.J.-i
You were wont to attribute to thoso of us who HOUSE.-The House to-day concurred in the ken lip and .dcred to be p"ld. the said orduiance,to which this U aft

[ 1 guarantee ? I commanding can do much for the interestof TENNESSEE RE-ADMITTED. sternly and consistently opposed the lato civil Senates amendment to tho resolution admitting The bill of A. W. DaCttta for work and material in i I I fo.lowing be and the same i.beteby setszitutd: go on board

I .1 1 If the South will carry into the Con ve it ion I the country, and at the same time best subserve The joint resolution of Congress providing for war, a lack of patriotism. How terribly you Tennessee. It is probable that tho Presidentwill rcaIling thlrty.fi"c dollar lrk'8 and ollice eighty-five, 'In J.tck/lOD\11le cents, .,.amounting. to I. there Sac.shall 4.. Paragraph be sascsaed hI.and. Do levied It further a tal of Oi'O "' V InadaneV

.I tome little sacrifices for the altar of country, the interest of tho freedmen by the admission of Tennessee into the Union was were mistaken. The men who could dare the sign; tho joint resolution as it provides for and ordered to be P&lJ. passed upon one per cent on every one hundred dollar&V>* officers, -wht
f t, C enforcing most relentless persecution, in the shape of imprisonment the admission of Tennessee Representatives but II The following M.Were taken up andordercd paid: I of merchandise (Including sales of liquorV ston. took their n

and if the North will arise to a source of justice some such measure as is embraced in the following passed in the House, recently by a vote of 125 banishment, Social ostracibm, and he will protest against sending to him because; .v- Board one clay' ..ttcnd.U1, 'J 00 i we'sicd Sa tie A to hare
4 John S. PicLett shall be
I Commisiontr do J-arapiaph 2. That there
; and magnaimtty in the Philadelphia convention, order : V to 12, and was sent to tho Senate for concurrence defy even death itself in vindication of ho has nothing to do with the admission G.-O. C. .\.0111.3 'fa do do 3: 12 !. a.tax of one twelfth of one per cent on every V the vessel

r I T the result will be the organization of a party HEADQUARTERS STATE OF Satin CAROLINA, > The adoption of the resolution was received with tutional principles and to save this Conllti-I bers of Congress, and ho will further ormem-I Miles Price, 'i do do aS dollars of gross ale,of cotton. ese4a and called v
Wra. O. Christopher Paragraph 3. That there shall be s into
that will carry the country safely through her Charleston, S. C., June 29, 1866. J applause from the floor and galleries of the tho very present evils of which you that the preamble did not state the as- I Uiiah Bowden, bm-nff; do do do do S S 00 00 tax ol one per cent,on the gross earning* line f)r

'. General Orders No.9.I. your speech, are no more to be charged with want I much as it asserts that the Tennessee Legislature i 1'h.re being no further tmnness, ordered that the over five hundred dollars of trh tnd every Some of the

threatened dangers, and cover with dismay and The Brevet Major General Commanding House. The resolution provides that she is entitled of patriotism than with lack of firmness of pur- has adopted the proposed amendment, to the Bhenff adjourn the meeting subica to the call of the ding and doing business or pursuing *"TIP which erua<

fnseomfUnre the enemies of a happy restoration.The I has noticed with deep regret, the disposition on to be represented by Senators and Representatives poHfl. Tho infamous conduct of tho Disunion- I constitution when in fact it has not been adopted President. A.UOUOE1T,Judge of Pro .teA occupation in the said city as a tax first on ecti to**? V j,V killed and t
and ex-ol1Ido eluding incomes taxed under the *
: object to be attained is worthy of tho no- .1 tho part of freedmen in the vicinity of Charleston upon condition that they take the ista in Congress and throughout the country at by a quorum of both branches of the Legis I true copy from the Jtl.od, l'reS1dcnt of the Buard. didanx to hicJi this is an anM'nansing < i V GeneralaSair

blat efforts of all interested and trust to and along the coast to disregard their oath prescribed by existing laws. this very hour is vindicating the sagacity of that laturo. DOOOJTT Probate Judge, from the soles of merchandise order

b all ; wo see I on plantations, to the neglect of the agreement crops, little band at the North who so persistently and I The President has pardoned A. E. Maxwell, I.\and ex-otticio President .lio&rd.BUUICD.iT. which are taxed ia paragraph Ht tad 2D1 the 6th. Ln
sections and all shades of tion.
political parties and to either about fearlessly opposed the late wretched civil war, formerly a Confederate Senator from 5 V Island ye t
J I j lay idling their houses, roam DELEGATES TO THE PHILADELPHIACO Florida.APPOINTMENTS. .January 27 1S66. 1-ar.igrap'j 4. That eaehaedereTyP' -
engaging, with nulation, in the holy work of' at large over the country, or congregate in VENTIO V and is confirming the truth of their allocations The Board of County Co'nais.-ioners,, for the,county the precedinj paragraph of this section, mstaU

overthrowing the enemies of liberty.I I Charleston and other towns. This total disregard as to the designs. of the Radicals against the of Duval met this day pursuant to a call of the Chair- turn, on oath, within thirty dais after the city
Below we clip from the -Vookly Stntinel the Constitution and the Union. "Tho sober second The Senate has confirmed Henry Stanberry mm. each quarter of the year of hM,her or B* ted the re.
of all obligations to keep their contracts in ]'tltnCDowt, ot earning or incomes and the to* thereon IP'
"SO announcement of the appointments of Delegate of tho of the to bo Attorney General of the United States, Judge Probate and n-offiao, sad them to t:
MUCH FOR RICHMOND. good faith will CAuse an entire failure of crops thought" great mass people Chairman of Board John S. Piekett (' C. at the time of making the taid reUrn ..
.. who deceived these Disunion leaders. John A. Cline, to be Collector of Customs at M Usa I'rlet' and Will. U" Acoss such return of the tax the PJ"j/ Xowh
Among the whoso in the State, and the result must bo destitution to the National Union Convention to assemble were so by Christopher, CommLlionor payment
worthies "loyalty" was I hope will soon begin to make itself manifest. Vicksburg. Miss, and Andrew McDowell to be and Us bit o'lrdt'n, SheruL so in dcfiiult. shall be liable to pay a doaW
and ,
; thrust upon the general Government of that I btarvation. The increasing amount of theft, at Philadelphia.It Assistant Treasurer of the United State The CoU't w.. urganUed in due "rm" Proceedings ded,that the return for the fin* quarter jj
The people are rapidly discovering the real character at l..t
drunkenness and vagrancy demands that the CUllrt tend and approved. year may be made,and the taxes paW
fore order that could gulp down the test oath most prompt and severe measures be taken by will be seen that the number appointed i isI ( and motives of those who so grievously Charleston.. The Court taking up the MItjcet of a plies I the Unit day of September next. FROMING
in this State, far tit reward of offitt aUofticeraspocheckteyj.V larger than that to which tho State is entitled tc betrayed them, and thoy will yet rebuke such V FROM MEXICO. for lowing holding! Couiti in this county, upon notiJa? .be %. U Faragnph 5. That the that quarter tM 6* Pojtraph
was one I I rtamble and orders "e.-e adopted: aud payment of taxes,u provided by
Ons FAIXBAXSTK, of St. Marks Into Collector of IL It is ordered that the men or women who I vote in tho Convention, a judicious step taken,, wickedness as it deserves. Tho reserve force of TREATY STIPULATIONS BETWEEN MAXIMIU.IAS' \HkKEAS, The Court House, belonging to the county pf the section are due, h ll "St. Throughpetmitts
I" leave I tho nation will to tho of its outraged I of Lhnal hast I first dSIUA
the plantations on which they are employ yet come rescue AND NAPOLEON. dc..rruyed by .and the having tomfflewcd on the ?!
Customs for that in judgement, as from the whole number appointed does not buildup county onblnet t
It own
tf. port. seems that there has labor, either by the month, for share of the and imperilled Constitution. The timo, any .ultablfcrUw purpose of Paragraph lto It further
boon at least a fair delegation, we trust, will rest cannot be far distant "t hm WASHINGTON, July 23. holding Courts and whereas is the duty of the Board or person who shall fiul to make th*55tU1'tax which stat
aa investigation into his sta'us at Wash or as renters of land, and thereby neglect assured, thtptnitentiariet of County CvnimlfcUmcrs. to provide as provided ia paragraph 4 of thb *** culnunititreatment.

ington, and the authorities there having lto growing crops, be at once arrested as va be in attendance to represent tho true status oi haU reclaim tJtdr fugitirn in offlft, and Letters from the City of Mexico assorts that I I p.irp vw aforesaid but becaiM the good building people of for this the i lion thereof shall be fined not **? V

8 ascertained and put to work on the public roads at I Florida. The Governor has boon happy in hill ttr e banditti b e scourged lack to their cai'trns." Maximillian has signed a treaty with Dario the county are In an 1mpowrithed eoll.UiuD anj it would [ dollar or be imprisoned not exceedingvv, .]
tL&LbCtoOk an oath to the French operate as a jpricvoas hurxUblp to both, at the discretion ofthsMsyOr. The a tort
support Minister which
that levy :a tax.
: gov- Men who them
who rash- 20,000
at arbitrary agrees upon **
provided by XII Gcnorai *
Paragraph Orders No. grasp power at this time That
U build 4
I a Court House Sic.3. Be 9rrfmiM<
in th UfKTtker
( .:,' .i i rotneskt of the late Confederate States have 1, Headquarters Department of South Carolina.All selection, for every recognises ly rontcmn the liberties of their own race in a French troops will remain in Mexico five vents, Oraered, That a CominJt of one, it,Is thereor, OrUlIia.nCeio'W ichthlsie an.aineodjaen' bS.iVV rday ait
conzi.ting of the 'c
: \" ,applied too guillotine, and lo! his head falls.Foreseeing planters who have freedmen employed on l appointments the names of gentlemen of worth j. mad Quixotic scheme to give liberty to an inferior serving under the Mexican flag. Nap\>lean Chairman of the Coon, be and I. herei.y appointi to I so as to read that any person or psrr.oMbi._ mp on'
to furnish pIOVIUC an I secure a building In the cl gage In currying on, or titto *fJfyZ *% was the I
Maximillian pros
I danger, he wrote sometime A their plantationPwho do not at this moment al and conservative political character. It will be race, have played and are playing a deep agrees with $500,000 to be usebr the purpv.e of holding (y of occupations or professions mao MM ..MIsocUottl
ago .ou-tj
month for
letter this important season of tho year, give their entire observed that the present able delegation to Congress stake; but the more startling and intolerable per 5 years, receiving as security for 11 isfurthtr Orth--g,That said (.oninjtt be and Is 2 and 8 of this ordinance 4mminit
):, I1; in advocacy; of President Johnson and his timo to growing crops, are authorized, il thoir short.pre-eminence, so much more destructive this and other claims, the Railioad from Vera hereby vested with all piW.T ne.uy so coummate held the tax, or applied for and Folrnr*

rtm .iflf policy but even this "sop to C bcru.s"could not after reading this order to.them, and they neglector is included in the number: will bo their fall, so much the more exemplary Gnus to tho city of Mexico-the revenues to bo this said Court purpose, what and has that been it icport Uon to In the the IW.TI meeting of qurted be fined by rjotexo-edmfoM this oniinance,shall hundred uP"n.l7i.4U4r'.st? The Iley.Ragedin.

1h save the devoted defunct It has been announced .refuse to obey it, to report them at once TALLAIIARSZIC: Fi-oniD.v, ) their punishment Lord Temploonce very coUected by French officials.MORTALITY Upon inntion the Court took up the matter prem.of buiIdin. ed not more than thirty days,or***. ** -wflry

r', that ho baa been removed and that THOMAS to the officer in commond of the district, wh July 23, 1866. ) sagaciously remorkod"that, liberty was in ma- IN NEW YOBK. a the suitable County JaB. but not being fully advj as to oaVsnoo;Provided, last he she or th1pars w jf
will cause them to be taken from the plantation! Having rocoivod satisfactory evidence that the ny other dangers from itself, besides those which NEW YORK lung the isfle ot the of bill pae.e.j by la..t LgI.iu author- :;permit from the 1366.V Mayor.. ..ntl
July 23. C.unly heads Adopted, July Mlh.
,i STATUE ifcsq. has been appointed for such up to
.1"1 4. in his as vagrant and put to work on tho public roads. Constitutional Union people of the State of Florida arose from formed designs of destroying it. Ono Thoro wore 1,130 deaths last werk. Yesterday to othti things to be.knon purpoas beture ,detlnlte nor as ".. L. Uou.M, Clerk OtCouuicI!. one death

11aee. ;JXheir cllildrcnl if any, will bo bound, to such who favor the reconstruction policy ol of its greatest dangers arises from hypocritical there fourtoonr'deaths from cholera in this Jail action, can be taken In reaUon! to thi building of said U0LXI:14'Administratri:

"-" .I"" connection take of them dnd learn President Johnson almost tho entire pretences or romantic schemes to restore it on a and five S
Ibis we may state thAt Judge care comprising city new cases in Brooklyn. The epi- H il thtrtjort Onltrtd. That tQlflmjsIoaer .. The ,. ,
J -", them habits of industry. voting population of the State dosiro to be more perfect plan." Both dangers havo throat- demic is Acouta be appointed George C.
D.-tt Wmcirr, of Pensacola, has also been represonlod increasing on Governor's Island two to P"r &c.. and that he Jnd of afternoon
aptpuEctor III, A prison will be established for all in tho National Constitutional Union toed us, but more particularly tho last. It was deaths and more than tho usual rC.ort to%h. ctHIrt "S *5 fri tlcatle B virtue of an order of the edtho"nith
persons cases 1r'acil
for ia yesterday; I be fchrriJT of the J' John* I shall, four
poin ; that port, place of the of color convicted of such crimes as arejnot Convention that will convene in Philadelphia or, under this hypocritical pretence the late civil of tho twenty-four cases they are all boys, from Cuyt a hit of penions county liable having pre.ient..j to the at public county auction In front of the 9-rt!r the

.J""to Inctraibent remoY Of him the floridlanfJndgo punishable! by death onona of the islandswhere the l. th August next, and that, on account ol war was commenced and carried on to its con- sixteen to twenty years old. The disease is Court after ezaminaflon of the to list serve so as rstuyn jurori,and the city,between the usual hoars f i* respohdiCapt.

employment to labor the want of time and to the and clusion. It was under this bald pretence that Haft's ding to ft such nsme. s eaj of the and ad. nv.the house and two Iota of gnwad "T
: .f !; can>e compelled from sun. save expense severe ou Island, the nnmber of cases are iubvct to Cout may know of oU.o. l1tothe-rf El

I 't w Wright U ODe of the: few'lmtkmm rise unfl sunset,npder the control of such guard inconvenience of meeting State Convention, they' great Constitutional principles were overturnedand from twenty to thir. daily,-with the proportion aforesaid, the 4rve names a. jnres of such, and selecting, ft-tm the list deceased. BABASt.

,(act '1z.J not .dozen in the whole Sute of Fl r- as .will insure their safety. Any person con- advise that their delegates to said convention be, tho liberties of men in tho Northern States of ten to fifteen percent of deaths. Cholera Competent todischa0 the dute perq, of sa Orsnd may b.and a4Ju..4 Augustine, July 13, ISM- a deeply

I -IJ' 1 ,ida:who in va *compromised himself during tided of selling spirituous liquors to a freedman appointed by myself: Now, therefore I dc struck down by the hand of arbitrary power.- hospitals have boon established in tho infected jurors ordered With that honesty the impartiality and tntonIgene,1t is July2SV..V4w V SrDpon'rho
? *iuu>nt a from the be delegated It is this that justifies the mad legislation district in Uerk of Oiru Coex be *
I lo r Ui tbdate'ciril strife by support of Uo Southern permit some officer having control hereby appoint following persons to pretence Brooklyn, which is near Hamilton with a copy of saId list, furnished In the: astern Ciroit at Cl"Robert tu
'W1n be find In said convention to wit which to-day keeps eleven States out of this A On H ,Trustee, *e. 1 day
.* ',. The State baa citizen } &pyawn not Joq than t"'entfiV6 to : V motion the bill, of lfe.rs. WIteutoV4 Johnson nigh
M < 'Confederacy. no more esrimabio Othello WuhKnlB
.. ... (25)) nor more than one' hundred dok J-rom ll'ttt }'lorula.-ll. I). Wright, O. M,, Union, and ii aiming to centralize tho powers veuno.A J.'F AIM IN laid upon the table at the last meetg, be teoonsiet- 'I. J & fl' fro thej
,.J ; nope)of higher Every body Ian 'C[1OO) for every oflence -which he may be I Avery, Geo. Walker,.Goo. 8. Hawkins, F. }'. of this Government "The romantio scheme and amounting It is ordered to thii esid bills, the one ot', 1.Wbeton -k.PPfe$ TheIi1lp1y
rftwhose $31
is will be 00
worth to and
epinion anything glad convicted. to restore liberty WAMHNOTOH the one of Cliarie OthI1o I saIl
Pitman, J. Dunham. on ft more perfect plan, has July amounting totO |00, be the defendants in the above
4t '- J. '4)oar of Ur svppointmsot To his naighbon of 'officers- already torn millions of contented slaves from dispatches from high authority Ord'red, th. th paid. a bill has been dd 'I 55ts&ldcircuit
Commanding will have this order from NiMtt J1or da.-.T. D. Love, } ',. Da. state bill of Me. Clinton & Rusr.j O1ThI1
fW4 ".J ., aool.w0 an. awe it wfll be eeporiftUy grati -t in' the several colored churches 'their vicinity Tidson, W. Call!, J. L. McKibWn, Goo. W, the care and comfort of a mild form of vassal that there was no quorum present when the Constitutional one upon oftb.the table, to, th office,and for drayaq for the roily,of but IZilIIbOtOUZblb within the

: idtrfrJfti;: In order that tt may become generally on.dorstood. Scott, R.'H. Gamble, JL.D. Papy, Tho. RandaU age, and hurled them forth'vagabonds upon the amendment wasratifiodby' the House Orred same, That,anog ut. r.nijg .bills 30,be paid. Zancy J Bookef sad

-tfaoII1'AtUJ e : "" Ana Hepkins. community, or what ji infinitely worse, Banded ThoprekidinRpfllcerofthe House percmtorilv A. Doeget,, Pros.ot Bosj on days'be paid: IendanSM snawe1 the ustpjisat'S Is
attendanes Is
.1 .I41".ffi -" command Brevet 'General R. them over to tho espionage of the Frdudmen't refused to certify tliat such a resolution John 8,. lloketi, Conimi 43 00 IbaUbetiken&.conbIG. V$
i 1't'e 'tO' tl-&J1 Uj Major K. from Rut floaula. -Y. HcLood, T. 0. lIe! was pas- Gee. C. Acot,, d mije a eo nude 4J

8' ..1 "" cotC : ; IL:W'.SMJTJI, VV TO*,.J, 1): Dawkiiis, M. Bolano, John Stephen Bureau, whoso tender mercies are cruel. It was sod by tho Legislature, there being no> quorum' w 0. Christopher, .: | ft IJ! noothi to .oai&D'Wppe pUbUI
ity J
!";t DC r ttft/M th t-Mjor I. 'Brevet Lient-Cdonel and AT /GeneraL MaxwelL fortunate for this,country, and tho' interests of pfnt. Miles Price,. V

je.r ,i' 1d.d1g;bod 14 Qw1tf, "looking tolerably Official : /.W.,, 1ith:; AssisTt aj't Gen. From South Florula.-W Marvin, W CMuloney the coming generations, that an ull-wiso Provi- MARINE INTFLLIGENCE. U.Ordsrcd Bowden,,That Sheriff the$ do do 3 00 00 .'test MaY lh:-1806 A 8 Goto,Clark

'p 4. JainostnUfd.la ilcnco i'tilled Andrew Johnson to his bertffadjotm the Couit till]Lon-
"kJ. o. : prcwmt position day, January
u1 heA1t1i.I o, me a. .
... XLW Yotx
hive ,July 23.
V tcstitfiony rherao'f t I hereunto pot tm ___i at.tho- -moment. ..lie. did.V Under other au-VIL V Arritar itpnmi,luM Hfnr? vx, tre. ....... ,,Ii&Lo.. V T


I -

THE- BATTLE- OP-= _-_- -._- _-_ _.I- ---.i----1: .._ !i n_...i i. __j-- -_ JD C __ __ j l=- -I -_ _-_-_ -. 1L-. tIiJPM., c
Uni n. Beating Anstnans ; the lat&lfciw I strong tie last brought them to Piralikad five miles
oaxraic XCCOCXT OFTH iu OKT a o* Tnl detachmnt into unfinished noose COMMERCIAL. NOTICE.ALLptttoa .- I860 vox 1866. 1856 .
MOftXTKO BYj. large whichstands southwest of the former town. Prussian tele- _-__ ,
UU) EYznY SITTRDAT KMTD4.T.XfJUtafT by the thausseo, about*quarter of a mile grams estimate the Austrian losses at from =- faxMtedlo the sotato1tMVZLL.
3,000to .
,1 Uxiox Orncx Evening.V A. BUttRlTT.teoeurO, late oC DwM Mutjrfaf* i*
STioicmrv.Tumi the .
xc. IFruss beyond the bridge and made ,
tjonwpondaat.of the London again a stand, but 4,000, the Prussian at 1000 only. That several qieeted ak*todfitap.ytht 1. i
arneajHftDQUAItTZI4 not of long duration: they had lost many killed, thousand Austrian. were Taken prisoner! July27th,1$61.Below sad all penoaj basins date* ajalajt sud Mtat viu ptVt

or *VUC&tTZOL or Fmsr Paieai Aaisy, wounded and prisoners; many of their officers admits of no doubt Last night a number-of we give the wholesale price of leading beta property sutieaWd within the ttBM ?

OuV year. *) .*. t% b,3 vvT'sii &JLLOSS OP fW UM 27. The railway were dead or taken; but they stood until they extra trains conveyed them to the eastern fortresses articles, as given by some of our principal deal- .ibed eovef,b1av, thIs irotk LOUISA wTllUpl A.*BCRKltT.Adaalaktratrix.ltobar*< .-
...... 1 00 $
iI. month fllOUtb...,...;;............... 1 00 and highroad which lead down the valley of the could gather in all the triggler* who had e. of Gnmdenx, Cuitrin; and Poaen. on. Some of out merchants may charge higher 1i4t .

S tbre.*.' .%%.Ten COYAt&J. tsar fmz Turn&i to Munchengrati rur for a caped from the houses of the village, ant, harassed But two battles on ono day an cot enough in prices,but we shall take pleasure ia referring I

.rwr,,siibeeription taken for lea than three. booth* distance of about five miles from the former by the pursuing Prussians,drew off sullenly a war waged by the sovereigns of seventy mil parties to merchants who will Mil at the prices NotiieTsOvR *

.rjOion* raurt be paid in ..dv&gcsTI& town on the nottli sid of the river, but on reach- by the main rood to Mnnchengratz. Thus lion people. A third and equally bloody engagement named: 'sob eIlso data hmof. I will apply to the

$ bttzfls.eoM lug the village of Podpli cross to the south bAnk terminated a contest, which, fought upon both occurred on the U8tn near Munchen- COTTOS None in market. JD nonot t>l.J idno
Insertion op *.IS 00 by two bndgcs,-which an about two hundred aides with the greatest vigor and determination, gnU, fifty miles west of the battle-fields just JicKfcxriLL W>6CllALkPkic>trom'vrssK Krone nan,of State 8mol rfFkxfci D. Morgan.*. fee aaord VOL Tto B.suit STZVEN3 the Rwi,.fa.,

u:. t S 00tt.ub.eQeIt yards distant from each other, that of the rail yet resulted in a clear victory for 'th .Prowian ; mentioned. ,The Prussian troops employed on JiuslGleee.Dares LID Ifsoicuis June U-It Sheriff*a-oAda AduinUttttar. 3

s rtion........-..- > -.'* 1 00 way being on the right; and that by which the for when the last dropping shots 'eased, about the occasion belong to the first arfty, undo- the

Ljiiiei. onPr'make* tJP or *pace*. occupying the s&me road crosses on the left of a person looking towards 4 o'clock this morning, there were no Austrian command of Prince Frederick Charles, and had Hoe Pill per" M ft.............41.1031.0ilueVUrPl UQZOcU. NoticeCIS
one t
, ?(line aisoonnt made squai on yearly advertiaement All MnnchengriU. The ralway bridge is soldiers within three miles of Podoll bridge, except penetrated into Bohemia from Saxony by way II.horn Copteiba'* ..... l,60Calonwl week after date 1 will apply to tat Jtt4*, ef ptoO --

Lc.4.ertiIcmeIta_ intwt be paid quarterly U advance. Jonstructed of iron; that which carries the road the wounded and the taken. There was no ofKeiclieuberg. The day previously, Tnrnau, per Th..nie.e..... 1,60-aWX) baUfor UM Ut eoanty of of tH.Damask Joans ft Bufilngtoo.* letters of Ut Ad-..f

7* JOB JPTUKTTIN'O, the stream is made of wood artillery engaged on either side; it was purely an at the junction of the North Bohemian Chloroform,per & ministration OB ettate
cross and lies on alirel railways, CoppcraptT Jt,............ &ftcU 8$.John ooomtr, dwxaMd.
STYLE, neatly and promptly xteutedXoTicz. with the causeway which is raised on an infantry action,and the Prussians derived it had been occupied by them. Moving thence ina Castor Ou, per gallon........... 4,00(04( 0 Jon* n-6w alto; C, ZtPTICGTO.

jc: = :- : embankment about ten feet above the flat meadows great advantage from the superiority of 'their southwestern direction, they found themselves Camphor, per B.............l,50j1,6O<

; grcfl Servic* may be expected lying along side of it The tier is at Po- arms over that of their opponents, not only in confronted, it ia reported, by 0,000 or 60,000 Morphine Cjwotn Salts. r per ounce tt....10,0X210 6O7ctt, 0 Notice bUprLvjLI

vterian Church next Sabbath, at loll near upon 100 yards wide; and runs with a the rapidity, but in the direction* of their fire, Austrians and 20,000 Saxons. The enemy had ladder, perO p ........JOctt A LL persons indebted to U Katat of JkittM lkti- p : _

i tIe fra loop but fast stream between stoop banks, which for man with an arm on the nipple of which taken up a strong position on the top of a hill, Opium, per ft...............9,50@10,00 ardioc, deceased. late of Dm3. ooatr;, are vi-

1o .'aoc L._ only rise about 4 feet above the level of the wa he has to place a cap, naturally raises the muzzle contesting the possession of it with great obstinacy. Quinine S niphur.per per ounce............. 4,00 10
ter. By the side of tha road and on the banks in the air, and in the hurry and excitement Of particulars, few have come to hand, them property attected, within tht UIM MMeriM bylaw TWO rsnrccTLYTT pzi'g ,
SCHOOL.-All those inter/rated, pa.rjitI lower it and sends Boon & daoit. laU aMiss will be plead in bar of Utcir wtovwry.-
SA1V.T of the dream grow large willow troos, planted of action often forgets to only but the issue speaks for itself. The Prussians ,or 0XASARICUARDHOy.. grRncua,
and children arc requested to his bullet over the heads of the opposite ranks far Furstenbruck five miles south of Calf Pegged BoW....0037.00
teachers at equal distances from each other and about ten got as as "Sewed ....7.00M9.00 JQIM 23-5w, healed u1h117 sod era)3'Ppthaf 5'.W eJs

IVeftbytcrkn Church next Sabbath yards apart Three roads lead from the plateau while the soldier armed with a breech-loading Munchcngratz. Above 1000 prisoners were sent MiR* Pemd Shoe*.X2Vi ,7i __ ti-rj "i I rr-Vrf*vir"r piT ill

mho IL toorganizeaSabbath&hooL of Sichrow to the highroad that runs down the musket keeps his muzzle down, and if in hute to the rear, the dead and wounded on both sides Calf Be wed .,.a,50feft,00CBOCKUT. Is TIS CikctiT Jk RlS Coct r KASTIU) CLash 01. TLOU A.TB4S01LS I.lightest add dtdet duribk qtng asia, 't -

.tioIokP. he fires it off without raising the butt to his being.calculated at 3000. beeak Uk U
valley of the Iser. That on the east a country vs. V AUMAJMBbB They wifl pot heM so ftk *
-----* shoulder, his shot still takes effect, though often Plates, common per .1,50 rry 8utx *. ) tit wul al, tMr
road which leaves the plateau near the Schloss THE HORRIBLE SLAUGHTER IN BOHE- ar*pi*****
SI granite J,00( S.5fl Putnam to wit : .
of this is that of County,
of Sichrow \nd joins the highway near the vil- low, and a proof very many MIA. china .4,0096,00 'T HR defeiMUut, BOTT Stnnut and aQ otW* tatorMtJL PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL 1LL?
w. a. 1"toPllcI ias left at our office the Austrian prisoners are wounded in the legs. Plate .1,0 XS1,2S nid.d of tht tAItItVthO .ftl. abuse S
of Swierzin, almost at an equal distance be- Tea common *d, am hereby n > IX ALL
the new in the shape of a full, age the ritz BATTLES FOCOHT ONLY A PKELCDB TO THK 4 granite per tett.................. suit by attachment, returnable to the Fall Term of the
I ample of crop teen Turnau and Podoll; in the centre SCENES OX TltR H.OVD. GREAT PITCHED BATTLB-TUB FBDBUAL TROOPS Bowl, common.............. .......... Circuit Court tor Putnam County In the Saltern Circuit CROWDED ASSEMBLAGES,

yoU 2jCIbO1I of cotton,gathered at his plan- haussco: from Liebenau strikes into the highroad The road to Podoll was this morning crowded MOVING. Div OOOD. of Florida, to be' held at the Court ROOM, la the CJIUBCHE8 -

on the St joi 11 six or eight miles above halfway between Swierzin and Tnrnau, and the with hospital wagons and ambulance cars bringing The in Bohemia Is awful work. The Print....,..................................... Town and of Palatka to ,on and Uobday.to the the 29th teclartk day of>October filed ta TUX.&Th, .
tition, road from Gontschowits the west joins it close in the wounded; every cottage in the way war flle.chcdtio.de............... ..... .... ...... .2iC M* next, .uit.appear plead FLEMING *-DAS lit ,
The staple is long, fine and Austrian, we are told, lost 16,000 men in their .... .., the paid ,
JIekpnVillO. o this town. was converted into a temporary hospital, and the Brown l>omt tlc*.......... June 9-Sa flhlntisNOTICE Attorney*.' RAILBOAD CARS
that would have com'jeJ Frederick Charles various encounters with the army under the Gisir ft Pez4t3. : -
Ikr. M1 of quality Yesterday evening Prince little village of Swierzin was entirely filled with FOB PBOMZXADK, -
readily |1.10 in this market last win throw a light pontoon bridge over the river a stricken men. The sick bearers, one of the most Crown Prince of Prussia; they had 25 00 put Com, per buthel, isa. included...1.SO&1.00 QRI1OUsa:
.. ..
hors dt combat in their vain attempts to arrest the Oat.. SIny
little below the broken bridge of Turnau and useful corps which any army possesses, were at of the under: Prince Fredrick .......................;.................1.61l.D0 Probate court Putnam County. :
ter. occupied the town with a small force without work from the very beginning of the action.As .- progress army Rice, India............................... UOkociatst. 1. fret,tbs' are esii.t all o4b. f :jcojrrojtr
in cultivation and Charles-altogether 40,000 men in five days.- STEVENS$ Sheriff Putnajn Coun wovoir
)Ir. C ta some forty acres opposition. Home's division marched at the the corubattants passed on these noble minded The computed, at 10,000 leaving WILLIAM ex.officio AdminIItTh.tM! of the estate of ,
prisoners Are
bi at from fifteen to twenty bags. same time by the country road on the east occupied of the bullets and careless of Samuel IX Uorpo, deceased, having Clod bt ray offlos a WMT.1rQUIkZ
timate* crop and its men, regardless 25,000 for the dead and wounded. Whole bat- (con tide*........................i. ... written ilion of the iniolvency of the wtatsof the ton
sample in our ponsewlon was picked on the .the village of Swierzin, pushed personal dansjer, removed with equal hand both tallions have been annihilated whole corps-the I lams..... ........... .....2S&30Uutter said SAtautl iun D. Morgan, deeeated, which U Indebted to
The advance guard towards Podoll. The troops directed friend and enemy who were left writhing on the ............,........ ................... 45 ,50Corteo amount then the alas thereof Thereftirt It Bradldy Duplex-Elliptic'
;2d iry on this point consisted of two companies road and earned them carefully to the roar, Clam-Gallns, the GaLlenz, and the Saxon corps, Rio ..... ......... .......................CS930 an 1 ordered by grcntcr raid court, that all having claim
Second and no leas than the Kalick brigade-are so utterly Candles, Sperm.......... .......................t/CXa-M eaidestate, and file person the with the
of the Fourth Jajer batalion, the where the medical officers seemed to make no .... .............. against appear tame
broken aa to be unable to in action Tallow............ .. 15S20 of Probfete of I'uUuun County, on or before the OR DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT--
Through the kindness of Capt Brock, ofthe 'uiilocr battalions of the Thirty-Srst regiment, distinction in their care for both Austrian and up reappear Adamantine...........................2S&27 Judge tenth (10th day of December next authenticated la the
citizens had and ono battalion of the Seventy-first The it those whoso special for some time. Benodck's army has fallen back Flour, Bnporfine... ..................... ..... ,Oor.t9iO prtxcribed) Uw. '
jtcaincr Darlington, our an opportunity Prussian. Not only was behind the Elbe taking its position between, Kxtrn ,.,_lo,00 up undVr otBclal ml this the
within three- 01 hand and
of enjoying the benefit of a free ox- Jatjars, who woro lea ling, got ti duty is tho care of the wounded who alono were the fortresses of Josephstadt and Koniggratz, 1 Family.................. .12,0i)Uy my, A. D. 18G6.ri the eels onr Of ti. Patent.

quarters of a mile of Podoll bridge before they doing their best to ease the sufferings of those Mxtchcs.perrou....<....... 3,00p:4,00 8.1 JAS. nuRT, WKST8; DRADLBT A CLT
Greon Cove Springs last week. A but greatly dishartened and disorganized, according ............ -
curlion to came into collision with Austrian outposts, who had suffered in the combat; soldiers not on tahtLIverpooIpersnck. June 9 Cm Jo Ji. of trobaU.
action to the account of Austrian officers prisoners in Soap, No. I............... ., .. .e.a.. .,.l2l4 $7ChaabIrsiMtIsel.lRisMi. ,
.oodly number availed themselves of the Cap.tsiu' here they foun&'tho enomysnd a sharp ensued duty might bo seen carrying water for prisoners Prussian hands. The desertion bf Italian sol Toilet..........$ .s. Sb..ee...........s6i 1> TII CIKCCIT COCKT. rot vii ASTSII CIECCITOTFto j- wT4lrt-

offor, and returned much refreshed by tho for the Austrians had six battalions in the of both sides alike, and, gladly affording any increase. TeaIyon............. ..........l,20ul.0 it>*.-In Chancery. Tot sale ta Jacitonvffl. wW* U and nu& hfJ.
village, and meant to hold the place and cover comfort which it was in their >owor to give to diers from the Austrian ranks is on the .. Black.................................1,00(742,00 JOB 8. Mot.au, eomp'nt. 1 Bill for injunction epe- -
themselves as being well j These Prussian statements but ......................35875XVbi&ky 8. SAXfUtS CO,
trip, &nd expressed river.OPEKIXO arc merely ; 'andii**................... v*. > elSe Performanot and rtSotOMO -
conduct of the offircn the passage of the those who over night had been firing against however much we feel disposed to charge ......................................5,25( 4,25 Korsi, defendant. )liet C. L. ROBINSON,
peIiO& with the gentlemanly TIRB, their own horrts. Nor is this wonderful, for after may much tQbaCco.................. ................3.SiI.2 Duval County, to wit: B. 8. BTROUOBTOV.an .

of the boat, and the agent, Mr. John o'clock and the dusk of the tho flash of the battle is over, and th.3 din of them with exaggeration, however we may BegBw, perm..n ..........20OOII0O,00 TT appoarinK io the court tv affldaTit filed la this RL.. !IInLAciv. .aw.
It about 8 rather
was wonder why the Prussians did not give llihBWJBC.Axc JL cause that the defendant, Solomon Route.resides out ----- -

CUrk. evening was rapidly closing in, when the Jagers musketry has died away, the men of this army us an account of the casualties among them; .... .... ...1SOOC120,00 of this Circuit, to wit: at Mbdtnrn, in the Middle Circuit aU m r.ianU who sill flnt elaai .A1s ia tlsI.6'
aide cannot forgot that one common language links rwr i. of Florida.] .On motion of Fleming & Daniel, Solicitor end the Southern StaU.
would tako occasion to On the right hand that tUroujhout
In this connection wo first felt their enemy. selves, we have no hesitation in believing icllowi lUackmilth) ...!C,00 their adversaries and that after ; for Complainant, It 1 I. ordered that the Mid defendant.Wolomon .
have reached us that of tht road, about half a mile beiore tne bridge, them to tha havoc has been tremendous on both sides.- OanU CottoriNo., 10 per dox. pair.ll.CO2hain Kou.se, doe appear and answer the bill filed In TlM n w Eiapreaa Trail k all th. rap i& _

rcmirk that complaints stands the first house of the village. It is a all, it is probably German blood, which, flowing j Indeed bulletin or letter proceecing from *, Trace per doi.............I&OO41SOO( this caUM within two month from the date of the publication Paris,and throushoat Karop*. Yeb 1071wtcr
have visited the former Austrian trickles the white livery every Tom steel ........1 ,00<31S,00
ho Springs on without from an over per of this notice, otherwise the cald bill shall te ta-
fifties large square farm-house, with windows either camp bears witness to the extreme valor V iltcut4.1to40d...................... cctiibsied. rfud decree confesio" entered
occwionf, for the purpose of bathing, nave been glass, but with heavy gratings. Tho Austrians of the house of llapsbur, disorder evidence displayed, and allows that success was in every Shotperlb.............. Von default an of inch appearance a ,"pro and annrrr at Is i provided pin r

tar regardless of the rights of private persons bad occupied it in force, and their outlying pickets In the village the utnuvt gave instance purchased at a-very heavy sacrifice. by law. B. A. BCtNXir, -
M retired before the advancing Prussians of the severity of the contest Austrian has hitherto :NEW May 25 Judge Circuit Court BATh & PACE;
there as they And yet, horrible as the carnage F.
of houses 6 V.SupcrCno .
the owners bathing shakos clothes and arms were scattered July
ho are the road beside it As knapsacks, State of Florida-County of Dnvtl-Be it rememberedthatonthls6thdayof
formed line across been it must bo looked as a mere prelude .. 8 70Kxtrn
upon VTcntcrn Flour. $47.90 WnOLE&lUC nf
have not scrupled to break the locks oi the about in wild confusion. Dead horses lay June. A. D. 1S66, I, MiahatlHcarn
they within sight ga'.ri- which 8PO(, 9. 50Chol.cSUit
thit the
soon as Jagers came roadside. White coatcs to the pitched battle now unavoidable, State clerk of the circuit court, in and for said eonnty GROCERIES PRQVlSIOSSr-
in order to obtain access thereto, of tho farm-house and the formed-up pickets in the ditches by the be *. S.55 10,15 ,
of the
of will that thn i true ortgimal
the buildings son a quarter of a million men probably do hereby certify a copy
and cloaks which had been thrown off in the Common to medium extra Western........ 9OOilO,2O TOBACCO, LIQUOBA,
From the order In this on file in oee.In
them. cause now my
bitter fire grated to
would have been cheerfully opened a upon either side. The vast strength B.C.Val0 5
engaged on :
the privilege
\rhon windows and from the Hue of soldiers in the hurry of the fight, lay] scattered along the road; which modern armies are swelled by conscription Extra Western round trade hoop brands..................... 1O,3O4al3,7 ,hind witness and affixed whereof the teal 1 have of laid hereunto eoort. pet ny MAY, GRAUjVAC.

pintcd merely for tho asking. Of course nogentleman road there came one rapid volley, which told severely the trees which had formed the Austrian barricade and the means destruction and locomo- Common Soutlicm....................... 1O.7j1l,7 ITSi. 1L1IEARK, ., 4C.TITOCTJ .
offence still the side of the street and held and extra do. ll.UCilii.75 ) Inform their ftieiul and th.ydte ti iT<'
would be guilty of such an but these went were on fancy 2m Clerk.Administrator's ii
on the Prussian riflemen, bullet. The had been ransacked ton: which attain every day greater efficiency, Common Canadian....................... 9.15510.25 June 9- 7v that they har,| Med the Cormw 8tor* of Lti
and we merely mention, the circumstance as a quickly to work, and had fired about three times many a cottages roof have a tendency to condense into a few months, Cood to choice and 10, 0(313.90( with' Wodt, next thi Market,(ut> Aid irs sow *

lawless individuals that their con before the Austrians, armed only with muzzo- of their funuturo, and their beams and and into one or two Titanic actions, all the horrors Rye flour(superfine). C.25ji 7.eoCorn Notice. ferig a varied >]voffJroecrM. rrortaioaa. liars.Uraintc.e. .
hat to those down to form defences for .... 4.15'3 4.2i -
Then the trees had been torn meal, JerfcCT .hic they purpose.eh11aas -
not be thus lightly passodover. loading rifles, wortf able to reply. windows while the street which in former ages stretched over years'campaigning lorn oieal, ]?rnn3 ywine.......... 4r"J>(* 4,45 p r on(having demand aralntt the estate of
always doors and ALL
duct may noise of musketry rose high, occasionally swelling the ; along though we have the recent experience Corn *zeal, Brandy ine, puncheons....... 2Ot1J-- Houston,late of Dural county, deoraed Who1ea1e andEetafl.
but sometimes falling oil'so and upon the banks of the river lay objects are hereby notified to pretrnt the tame to the undersigned -
into .
roar that the
a heavy of convince
America COTTOK.O
t which in the distance looked like bundles of untidy to us magnitude for payment, within the time prescrIbed by law. and at price which:they hope IrUl te *ati&etarTtthty il-
A < that the ear could distinguish the separate re of a struggle is no security against itscontihu.n >/< ncl. FiOn'da. tlohHt. JV. O. 4 T. And all penon* indebted to the toid estate, are required npectfullr solicit a abase atpuWepatjlXHJnnt
(COMVCSICATED.rAUA.nXTAnY But this did not last Major von Ha- uniform, but which on nearer approach arc *.......*.33.......33........34. *.........,34. to coma forward and make immediate payment
INSTRUCTIONS.-IMPORTANT ports. battalion of tho seen to be the bodies of slain soldiers. Some e. Lowmiddling..35..3..6... .......... 0Hid'Hinff WILLIAM H. JIOUSTOJT. i -5ttt Al
gon, commanding the second times lie in of twos or threestwist While the main armies of Elbe are pausing *.........37..ST........Z*............3S Kay S6-8t Admlnittrater* '
to SotTHfcKX 1rniixr.trrvr.-TuiLion given Thirty-first, which was following the Jngers on they groups another to take breath, a stir is perceptible among the Good middling.39.39... ... ..40....... ..40 JEFFREYS & BROTHEEl
if had
liberal terms. the first sound of the firing, had put his troops ed together as they gripped one federal troops, which hate for some time been NOTICE. ,
in rasliamentary proceedings on in tlu-ir mortal and sometimes single figures QUOTATIONS OF SOCTHERN BANK NOTF. .-
into doublo-quick time, and was soon*up to reinforce agony uumbtts if
least not
at strength on OOXBa3O
gathering aBm.A.L
A rare chance is thus offered to Representatives the'rinemen. It was now nearly dark, lie on their backs, staring with livid countenance tho Muin. On ,detachment of the Vi'e give below the ruling; quotation for Southern OIX month from date I will apply to the Judge fO
Monday for Utter
a of Probate of Duval County, dimiry
and half-closed straight rorm.-tcd expretily for Tux Sorrnr.r Ex.cuA ANDForwarding
ho are unable to obtain ecats in Congress. and tho Hashes of the rifles, the reports of the hazy eyes dark-blue upugainbt army under Prince Alexander of HCKO, four Bank Notes by Mcmrt. Manning At DeForctt, Bunker. 19 from the administration of the Ettate of Francis A.
the hot morning sun. The >or, ;
Particular attonlion given to financial matters shots, and the shouts of the combatants were almost uniform with red facings of Prussia and the thousand men strong, took momentary posses Wall tt., .ew York : Johnson April 2S deceawd. Adminlatrtrlx.Notice Merci1iuitJatki.nviil.
the only indications of the positions of the sion of Wet/.lar, the Prussian enclave between VIUOIKIA Sate*

.AITIY at tho City Jug. troops; yet it could be scon that the rapid firing white with light-blue of Austria lie side by side, the Territories; ; f Hoeso and Nassau, and levied Dank Biclimond...........>.. ......... ... .... 10 for rata distribution ., P1.rIdk,

A. L. DEHMEX, PrincipaL of the needle-sun was telling on the Austrian but the numbeis of the later much preponderate contributions the people, but they withdrew Hank ofl'rkcley............................. ..... Tt pro G IVK their entire attention. the Commfwtoa if 4*
cheers vf and on one part of the railway tlnoe Prussian among Bank of Commerce, )'nmlc&ksburg..s...... 3( TNSOLVENCYofthe estate ofOeorieI'1a. clocemted, Forwarding butinc and ar* now prepared witlr
Quoth Dick to a doctor venerable, line in the road, and the advaucing opposite nineteen Austrian form a in the afternoon and marched Upon Hank oi Charleston, Cluu-Ietton..................... IS X being an'gcstedlt ordered that notice of pro rata distribution abundant wharf; tore and warehoOMTOom,for lbs vro*
tho Prussians showed that they were gaining corpses Gics8cn. Whatever importance may be attached Bank of tho Commonwealth... ...... diCe assets of said estate among the creditor per security of merchandIse or ptodgeaetfnifnM W
"lay human corns be vegetable ? ground. Then while the exchange of shots was grisly trophy of the su{>oriority of the necdlo- to this feat of arms, it is not likely that cither Bankofflowardvlhle..aecured..34 be publIshed In the Tnioh"for *ix month, and be them, for late or ihipmeat. Kate* of charge* aodcrtWIJberal

the window gun. Bank of the Oid Dominion......,. ......,........... 26 nnnted at the court house donr-and that all persons adran I ask you, knowing no one smarter. still proceeding rapidly bctwocn gratings the federals at GlflBBcn or their Bavarian Rank of rhmippl..wcnred........... ............ 30 hiring claim against said estate, file the tame With the shipments mad to our coreespondsata tft' fitvanaatit

Then the doctor, all aglow of the farm-house, and the Prussian firing TXtfi M EI/t&DOCXi allies at Hof will venture far before the upshot Bank Itockl.n.lte................................ 30 Probate Judge of buys county,at or before the ISth! Charleston or New York.Btrwt atUntieoto |hs UtU*.--

spake parties who had extended into a cornfield on the Close on 600 unwounded Austrian prisoners of the main contest in Bohemia renders their cooperation Hank of Ilockiiigham..............................4.S November next. A. DOGOETT, pondte ___
With wisdom, "Sir, I call them so, there sudden head Dank of Scott viue..iccurcd.it. ........,. 33 May 19-Cm Jitdge probate, DuTal Ce
right; of the highway, was a pause have this morning boon marched up to of little use to the Austrians, or their .. .. .. ..
tot-martyr" Bank of the Valley............... ... .. 29
When e'er they make ono a in the firing on the road, fo>tho Jagers, supported quarters, and the Austrian loss in killed and opposition of little account to the Prussians.Thcso .- Bank of Virginia................................... 31 Administrators' Notice. TOTTNTEOU3AI

by the Thirty-first, had made a dash, and wounded is very considerable. The Prussians petty Kings and Grnnd Dukes are but Bank Winchester..............................'. 75 CTV1TOEWAIIDL'W
\VAsnIcGTO.-The report that the the Austrians back beyond tho otnccrs dead and seven or eight friends their Austrian Central Bank of Virginia..Secured................ 31 r r sons Indebted to the estate of the bite Jeha COM8IOX$1ZG1IA
lost to AND
were bearing have two fair-weather pat
would bo submitted to Corporation Alexandria........................ 41Danvillu ALT. Pearson, deceased are requested to make immediate
draft of the U. S. tariff farm-house to where the cottages of the village wounded. The medical officers have officially ron, and the fate of Hanover, Cassel, and Saxony Bank,Danville............................ 24 payment and all persons hannu claim and demand ,

the Finance Committee of tho Jacksonville City' closed on each side of the road, and where this reported that the proportion of wounded Austrians may well inspire them with n.isgivings. Exchange Bank of Virginia, Norfolk............... 37 arainat; said estate are notified to t present then .-
....................... Ji DT1T m'
defenders had hastily thrown some hewn down wounded Prussians i* as five to one.- Fem hank of Finoattle duly authenticated within two year from the publication -
( onnc3, k-fore Icing finally acted onbyCongroM to -* Farmers' Bank of Virginia........................ 20 hereof or thiS notice will be ptuadcd in bar of their
foundation. willow trees as a barricade across they way. Thus hai the nci-dle-gnn told both on the battle To CURE FELONS.-Tho Journal of Med'iw Merchant hank, Lynchburg....................... 31MouHcello a. M. PEARSON Ada's. OIt0CEILII:8: PflO'I8ION8BAY. Qnu ;

has no TEnuni.B rGITINO. Hold and in the hospital. recommends ai a cure for these troublesome dis Bunk.................................. 39 recovery. S. M. O. OAKT.AU'y.Oeala k
-4-s. have bailed here. There Northwestern Bank, Jetfertonville................. 97 ITa., May 15, 1156. May liltMABIA LIQUOES, SIOAEa,Le.,
the Presbyterian Then the tumult of the fight increased. Darkness To-day heal1uitrthrs cases that as noon na the part togin to swell SOUiiWv'.Uri Iliuik. Wyth....ll.. ............... 3$
Proceedings cf a Meeting at hal completely cloeoi iu and the moon had has been 110 akirmishing ; the Austrians appear cloth saturated with the tincture of lobelia Trzdcn' Dank, Richmond......................... 9tfNOr.TII .1. OMITa;. M. H lrj, ?C tp Kjrtate f AGxXT TOR Tns sKTXBnuss 63AII- .
Okurch.Tcrsuunt to the to ho in full retreat,for while I write white binoko thiuldbe wrapped around them. This kills the CAKOMXA. R Smltli, Ute of Putnam County, dreeaseo, e.w .

to a notice in the Jacksonville papers, a vcrvn not yet risen; tho Prussians pressed stood up their curling up from beyond some fir woods, beside felon! and is said to never fail if applied in sea Back of Cape Fear................................ U having hUed in my office a nigges ion of the It i Insolvency therefore Jon 18

>|*tuUf numl-er of the mrrobun of the church ana barricade, the Austrians stoutly the Isor tells that the bridge of Mohelnitz, about bank Charlotte................................. 20 of salt Estate committed to her charge *said estate -
rnugrmition a- i-mbl.- nt the hour npiointol.Ti ground behind it, aid, three paces distant, assailants have sot son. Dank of Clarendon................................. 5 ordered that All rcr-mn* havIng claim agahut Probate of
nioi-tinf was railed to ord<'r tic lr .T D Mitchell and defenders poured their fires into eachother's fire miles below Podoll, which they on Bank Commerce................................. 13 do appear and file the tame with the Judge of next Notices
J C Orcrley, Chairman, and obstruct is burning steadily. Amcri .. ... ............... S said County, on or before the first Monday in July ,
r.ulixc KidiT by (Voting Little could be though the tiro to pursuit, It is said there were never so many Kankof FuyuttcviUe........ ., law. lii arid r11
0 1.Krt-n Secretary. breasts. seen, Bank of Lexington................................ 14 1806,autheutii-atcd in the manner precrthed by rpIIE following etions are rrqanttd p
1. *
The Cburnian re. t the noti BATTLES December
liich profior \Velth, made a appropriate opening the surging masses ; but in the pau--.cs of the fir THE .- hank of V>'.ulel>orouiii............................. 13llunkof [L. *.] affixed, this the 16th day K.W.McLKOD of county bf Dtival, attlMPntMfeoKettettttrtvof 14th *'A*'"* J
JIT' heard encouraging AND 3IUNUHENGRATZ.coirizra ocr FOOU3U." Y officers Probate.W Iii the late war,
l Elder MiUbril. who rxplainr4 ing the vwccs of the were Call and examine an In- ........... 14 Jan.6-Cm. Judge of soldiers(Confederate)sugageit
The chair then call -< en lain from fitly cents. Bank of Wilmington................ ... battle, t\m H 5g5p4 In.
the olijrct of the rareUuR, at tinutne time dfcldin their men, and half-stifled Illu-ieks or gurgling EOUT OF THE AtT1UAS-1IAXD TO Tcution uritcmly needed by cvprj body. Or a ample Bank of Yonceviilc................................ S from wouOd received b) or ef a **%:
ka a'.i 'ho wvre nv mVrs of Ike rresbytrrUn congieF" cries told that the bullets were truly aimed. wet free by mail foriOc., that retail easily for |6, by K.L. Commercial Bank, Wilmington.*................... 14 CIRCUIT COURT, AHIOX COUNTY, rL.a the service. phyiioally inoarnbtc all childrtm earning Ciadk M/P.s. -_ _
<;ifla of thin vlaoe luxd a vote in the ram ting. endure. The Prussians, HAND FIGHTS-TERRIBLE SCENES-FIOUTIXC Wolcott, 170 Chatham Sauare, Vtw York. Farmer Bank of North Carolina................... 27 Nancy Wallace, i and are In a destitute condition: all 1dof5'end **
Tar fol'.owin: ;resolution was then offeKsi and unaniBiounly This was too severe to Juii23-lV Merchants' Bank of Kewbcrn..................... 40 v*. J Attschmen', diets under fourteen year. o(14.7 'ol fcttrUOVrean _
uadc1 tt
niuplid.JlrKlftd firing much more quickly, and iu the narrow Will SAHUES AND BAYONETS. Bank of Iloxbor*'.................................. U James J. Cennell. J Damage* -14000. phase (inch orphan* to b* lat*t war* -sal. wbf F _
bocomc for the present anI4p.ntknt show their whole .. ............. 25Ilauk and all other interested are >of allaoidientnratvdiaUt*
That we hereby street, where neither side could Berlin June U> Comtpcndi-ncc London Time] Miners' and Planter Bunk....... lIE defendant persons service '
( ) the who
lost white la an a4
Presbyterian thurrh, and we hereby dlsmlit the inferiority of numbers, [ Reward. of Thomturville................................ U JL notified of cotmnencenient of rait in the above cant thvlrllvea b in want of the amltl poor>< *> _
tho $35 common
not feeling of a* to *
strength indigent
ojr fonnrution with both the northern and southern On the 27th of ono army corps CAROLINA. by wrIt ofattachment returnable to the prthg Term I. Oi *.
barricade and SOUTH bftT ordtrCo rd f County ComaJa ofter -
anemblics.V.KO succeeded in tearilig away tho Fifth Poson commanded Court for the ana State aforesaid, By
Rtiioral ttw resolution-wa unanimously adopt- their adversaries back along the Crown Prince-tho or corps, ntolen, cither from the cars or rome station Bank of Camden.............. '.................... 48 the and Circuit required to, appear County, antwer. plead or demur Mprccribcd A. DOGGXF ,' _
toUowing or
slowly pressed General vwi SteinuicU-fell in with LOST '. .................... UBaukof are
td by the Florida, Atlantic and Oulf Central Kailro id, Bank of Charletton.....,. by law. 8. C. DiBRCllL. .L _
street. Yet; the Austriau fought bravely, Silesian frontier .......................... ISllankof *
llnqltd, That a Iev Jamf Little hn yolunttrilyaWniiJ village the Austrians at Xachod, on the October last, a bnx marked with tho name and address CheiUr....... Ocala, March J<- ni. PUlnUIT Atty. 4 -t
hlmsclt from his pastoral and ministerial dutiflnthinchur and their plans for the defence of the houses had twenty-five miles wit of Glatz. Like of the subscriber,and containing a email library Georgeto n....... ....................... 1ft EDUCATIONAL -

of Ji for nn4 more tb.tn f.>ur 1ll scars not, return.and is)now his been fckilllully though hastily made ; from every some, others which followed in its wake, this of scientific the and family miicet1aueous n-coid. The book above,, including reward a m-ill lii'jfe be link Bank of of Ncwbury.hamburg..1................................. 50$ NOTICE. rruI.K undersigned desires to take th rf..4'a Halw4

out tlic country church piolntUy and minister i* window muskets Hashed out lire, and sent bullets had entered Bohemia both by way ct 13niuiittu containing for itt to {he subscriber, or for infurmatlon Iiankof5outht.nrohina............................ 10 1. numhwof PupUtlu MUSIC and nUXCK. _
CjbiMlinn with this a* pastor into the thick ranks of tha advancing Prussians corps with orders to on to tho laid will lead delivery to Its UAKIiV, Old Issue Bank of the State of South Carolina..... 1C ALT.indigent disabled tnMiert, who belonged to the plication will be received at the reid.ac.ef Dr. R.1V
dittolred. move that
J-f hy and Keinerz, recovery. ........ of the late Confederate State, alto Indigent th ef Devil and Via* *tr *tsk'
Mitchell J C WAS unaninnu behind wooden JatViwnville, Fla. Commercial Bank, Columbia....... ... .. 15 Dankl, at oomM
On motion of Cider Groi-lcy during while on each balcony a fortress of Joccphstadt by the famous paso of July 7-tf Farmers' and Kxchangc........................... 5 widowt and orphitnii of soldiers who died in the service ILOIUCKCZflhtiat2UCIi

On ld.i'motion*temporary abucnof. J COBEELET, aim but in the street the soldiers, huddled together inconsiderable either side and it seems NOTICE. People'Bank.....*................................ 48 Dura,arc requested to hand in their name to the D.0ime. Steele,CoLO.fl. liarS. tiltt
adjourned. Chairman. ; encumbered with clumsy ramrods, not on At Planters' hank, Fairfkld.......................... 15 Probate Judge of said county.
and that both succeeded in taking some guns. "VTOTITE hereby given to all persons interested that Planter and Meehanlct' Bank.................... 11 May 5-tf
OLKitx. Sretary.3a4onvile werotucable to load with ease, and could return the close of the day the Prussians, as well as the i.thirtj'daj*after dnte I shall apply to the Hon. Southwestern Railroad............................ 51 TO BENT. .

July 3, ISG6.ERIors no adequate fire to that of the Prussians, while maintained their previous positions, a Airistide Pi-ggett Judge ot Probate for Dural County, State Bank....................................... 4 Executrix Notice MrRou the flril day of next Jifc 1't4a
the advantage of a better aim, poured Austrians, for leave to tell a part of the U, il Estate bclonslnj to tboAiUU Union Bank....,................................... CO .I Building at present* 4 a*UM Port Oi.Its .-
these item of the latter retiring to JosepliStadt, Mid rtccoaacd.WILLIAM !t
ISLAND. portion only Daniel W.hart, Ute of county .. persona indebted to the relate of Charles TRW.IIAZTRILJJ, _
: AFFAIR ON FOLLY their quick volleys into an almost defenceless being replaced by fresh troops. On tho day CAuLK, GEORGIA. -AIT. late of Duval county, Fla, deceased, III Junc.l4t

A number of reports were in circulation yesterday crowd. following General Steinmctz ordered a second July 7 -4w Administrator with the Will annexed. Aiiiruata Insurance and Banking Company.......; 6 are requested to make immediate payment to the demand under- .

of a mutiny among the colored troops on IS THE ST&EKTS. attack. Fortunately, he had been reinforced in Bank of Augusta................................... H tinned; and all person who have any notified claim*or to
FIGHTING 1STOTICE.IELISH ................. agtlnst the said estate, are hereby present C. SLAGEB
Island. other it was East Prussian ItankofAlheis................. 44 this notice
IVJy Among things, As the battle in the street was pushed inch by the night by a division of the Tat or of the surviving partner. Bank of Columbus... .*...........,.............. 18 them within the time prescribed by Uir.jjr ,

rutnerod that one or more of the white officers inch towards the her, the Austrians, in every Corps, Doing this time confronted by two EVERETT of K. K.,Lea one 4 Co., at Archer Station, Bank Commerce................................ tBankof will be pleaded in bar of their recovcryKAUA1I A.-SUMMER?

had been cither killed or seriously wounded of the Prussians Austrian of the full complement of 60,000men. lrm Monday, the 18th of July, one Fulton.................................... 0 xeeutnx.IK .
The fact them that steamer house which the foremost ranks corps terminating wiu tell public ale,mule on and and other arti- Bank of the Empire.Otat........................... ii. _June_ 30-8w
as we learn are, a from their retreat and were The battle lasted several hours, trill and fixtures, two wagon, ............ EASTUI Ciacoit OP
passed, were cut off Terms cu.h. Bank of Middle Georgia............ ... 88 rue CiacriT Covar FOB THI WHOLESALE Tj EETHt
from the city with a number" colored females later made prisoners, for the houses of with the retreat of the Austrians and tho clet belonging to the Firm. E.EVEUETT. Bankof Savannah................................. 41 FLORIDA, Oa.asea COCJTTIn Comcitr."VTiUlam .

"n board went over to Folly Island last night sooner or each other but are detached occupation by the Prussians of fcikalicz, the next Jnly7-2p Bank of the State of Georgia.......,.............. 23 hills, Comp. \
to ,
the village do not join ............... 98
Railroad Banking Company. .
Some of the of the 128th U. About 3000 Central }Bill for Dlroroe.Talitha
men a company of by spaces of a few yards, and there is no station on the rood to Jobophstadt In Chancery, Putnam County, Fla. City Bank of AuguftU.............................. 26 E.vt.Mills, Deft. )
& C T., stationed on Folly Island, desired toRO communication from one house to the other except Austrians were taken prisoners 'and nearly as T HADLOCK Administratrix of the good Farmers' and Mechanic Bank.................... 1)
on board tho steamer for the purpose of havi&C whole of the Prussian lay dead or wounded on the battlefield.On LYDIA Credit and effects of Ehenercr C. ilad- Georgia Railroad and Banking Company........... 97 TT appearing to the Court by affidavit filed In this
a dance. Permission refused by their by the open street The many had been at lock, having filed her bill In the chnneery tide of the Marino Bank...................,................... 88 .5. nae that the defendant Talitha K. Mills reside out
was force was now up, and, extending between each side some ninety guns Circuit Court for said county, suggesting the probable Mechanic*' Bank................................... 9 of this Circuit to-wit: in Madison county, In the Middle
officers, hen sixteen members of the company Austrian was repeatedly committed to Circuit of Florida. On motion of Flemirts;* Daniel
houses which the that combatants had passed work. The cavalry insolvency of the estate of the deceased, Merchanl.'andrianteraliank.... ; g
took thntr muskets and expressed a determination the their and routed by the Prussian Lancers, losing all their charte. It I Is ordered that notice be published in the Planters' Bank.............,..................... li Solicitor for complainant, it is ordered that the said defendant
to have their and started towards by, cut off the escape gf garrison, the field Florida Union a utiwspapcr in Jacksonville, for nil person Timber Cutters' hank.............................. 5 Tatltba E. Mill do Appear and answer the bin
own way, exchanged shots with the defenders. standards and eventually abandoning having claimt auatnat said estate to appear and Die Union Bank...................................... S filed in this canes within two month after date of publication
the vessel The Captain ordered them back. to the victor. As to tho Prussian infantry, it with* the clerk of the Circuit Court for Md county, his, Manufacturer Bnk..1.V; .................... 20 of this notice, otherwise the. said bill shall be

and called upon the rest of the company to. fall HOIiniBLE MIDS1OHT SCEXE. relied as usual upon the rapidity of its fire, the her or their claims on or before (lie tint Monday in IXcembernext. .. taken, in at default confessed of inch, and appearaner a decree "pro a* U conJeon provided enteredup by law. GENERAL MEBCHANBEri

into line for the purpose of enforcing his order. shouts amid the crashing three ranks discharging at oncc/thd first kneel 11. A. VDTNAM, Judge. Juno 23d, 1SU6. B.A. ] *

Some of tho others also refused and the fight \Vith shrieks and Anstriaus the other hand, Palatka, Jane 28. Bank of Mobile.................................... M *
of broken windows the heavy sounds of falling ing down; the on The Stale Florida, Putnam County-L R. II. Me- Bank of Montgomery............................. 90 I. JAMES P. HUGHKY. Clerk of Mid Court, do
hich ensued, one of the mutinous soldiers was beams and the etual rattle of the fire arms, with the impatient temper of Sclayoniart races, Leod, Clerk of the Circuit Court for the County of Tntnam BankofSclma.................................... 42 hereby certify that the foregoing te a true copy of the Nov 2 ECoeg's Blocfc, I IBaytrtet
killed and two others severely wounded. per down to the nar-' and wishing to make up for the inferiority ot and State of Florida, do hereby certify that the Commercial bank...;.............................. 42 original order on file in my office. Done this Mth of June
General Scott receiving information of the tho battle was heavily pressed to charges.But .- abov and foregoing i* a true copy of notice for publication Central Bank.....................,............... 42 1868. JAMES P. KUOHKY.
on row street, and about 11.30 the moon came up their guns, had recourse bayonet to creditors tin file in my offlce. 'Wltn<* my hand Eastern Bank...................................... 47 Clerk of Orange county Circuit Court.
aflair, ordered Major Roy, with a company of clear and full to show the Austrian rearmost long before they could attain the Prussian and official teal this the 30th day of June. 1866.U. Northern Bank.................................._ JJ juneOO-Jm & Conor eT.JLSaaA &

the 6th United States Infantry, over to Folly viciously to bar the Prussians ranks their number, under the volleys from the 11. McLEOD, Southern Bank................................... SC ,
laladd morning with instructions to ranks taming thinned to cause the rein July 7 Om Clerk CourtNOTICE. Tl&XESSEE.BankofTenncttee .
yesterday from the bridge. The moonlight, reflected on needle gun, was so as : PASSENGER HEBTJtE

Inttt all the guilty parties and bring them to told the assailants that they were nant to turn about and fall to the rear. With oldimne...................... o .- JAOESONVIIttE ThL

the city. Major Roy ruited the island, arros* the stream, and showed the' true Austrian perseverance they came on again a newittue...................... ; _
te4 the soldiers and returned with near the object of their labor, terribly identical in week hence, or a* soon a* the Judge of Pro Planter**Bank of Sathrille.......................'. ** .-
refractory Austrians that now or never the enemy must be and again. The result was FOUR of th. county of PutnanxjriU entertain the application. Union Bank ofXathvlIle.......................... 65 P C :Ei. :E .
them to the citiy last evening. In instance only did they succeed which .. ....... ........ _
hurled back. Both sides threw out skirmishers each caso. one .I will ak an order to sell the real estate Bank of Chattanooga............ [ -
Xo white officer was injured during theffkir.Charletton them in crossing arms with the inaccessible ene to William L Tidwell, deceased, at the time of Commerce................................ : JUNE lit,-ISM.-
[ Courier, 20A.TYBEE long the river bank, and the moon gave agreed to cease belonged death to debt, and liabilities astin.!; the estate u Knoxville ................................ 0
light to direct their aim across the stream, while my. One'Prussian regiment his docuued, pay >\ M W JOHNSON, ". Memphis* ................................. U MIe1iatton.. Arrive Leavej 1euiirbs.. -
the first plank of the bridge the Austrians firing to ivo the Austrians a chance of measuring of the Admr Middle Trancuee.......................... 93
21 w
l ItOM THE CHOLERA YIELD1X0 on their strength in cold steeL It was one of July a Paris..s........................ 45 ....Jl.ikeCity 2.30 Constantly ob 1
Prussians some Keeps
turned to bay, and the pausing taciturn regiments U the Union.... ...... ................. OS 11Oiu5tc. LOS 3.0810'Sanderson .
TO MEDICAL TREATMENT. short paces: from them, the combatants gazed at those cool and habitually .NOTICK u West Tennessee ...........<............., 40 5.33 3.43 -
the far north who during the lost few .................. 90 4.43 4.53 Pais relgbt.30JsckonvI1I. .
each other for a few momentr. Then began a from weeks hence or as soon thereafter a* the Judge Ti uck's Bank............ 20 flaldwin up -
Through the kindnMJ of a friend wo were The weeks' had boon a wonder and an ever recuring FOUR the, county of Putnam will entertain City Bank........................................ 50 I 3.33
were for
ponaittod to see a not from Capt Ellsworth, fiercer fight than ever. discharges inhabiting the I wtljatk for an order to soil all the Interest Commercial 11flkn..w..r.................... 90 UP TRA1S. A PtLL ASSOB'flI 07D
hich that the disease had reached itseumie&ting more frequent, and in the narrower way the bul- grievance to-the loquacious race the application, which belonged to John B Smyth, Merchant*' Bnuk.1................. r..........e.... 45
states Herr and fertile valleys of Silesia Felix.- in real ertaU ... ................... 90Ocoee IJaeksonvillttftiuidxnn 4
iota told with more severe effect. von Dry- pleasant of hi* dadth, to pay debt and IiaWUUe Northern Bank.......... .. -
point, aad was yielding to medical usiloer battalion of the Thiryfirst Uttering yells the Slavonians rushed for- deaaned, at the time of deceased. Bank....................................... 30 5 5.10 down PrMrhL
the estate Pan
treatment galski, leading savage Germans their bayonets, against the MJ8MYT1T.Jul7 Bankof Shelbyvill* .................- ,......%.... 75 SO.Bandenon' 6.10 S.1J Goed.
The E. H. Webster went down a: lieutenant-colonel of only two days'standing ward.The presented f Admr Southern Bank.......'.................. 15 10 Oluite 6.45 1 6.50
iteming yesrday went down with two bullets in his. and in a moment, when the first shock had been 21-l r f_ Trader*' Bank.................. ................ 35LOUISIANA. llUk| CHy 7JO : ,
afternoon with stores for the quarantine shot inboth encountered cast their muskets, drew Clothing;
forehead and acaptain at7 his side was away .. -
Island. < Among passengers
temp on man-fa the
Tybea good
fell and the bbrso their swords, and fought man to i. v
*" the Rev. James O'Hara, assistant pastor of legs ; many men gray their battering inclination will sell othe- highest bidder, at public auction, on Bank of America......*,!*............... ........120 Boots
Cathedral the of self-sacrifice of a Prussian fieliomccr,with a ball in his heart, old fashion. To indulge I Saturday, th* 4th of Augut, 490 acres of well Timbered Bank of Louitiana./....*..... .-....*>....:... 4* From CalM City to Jacksonville, if paid at the _
I qe who in spirit the wall kicking amid the ,. the Prussipt aoldiery formerly used to re- Creek the Bt. J nn* .........................,... 70 offlo and a ticket procured,t$4 00 '
ell heavily Against Pine Land Jnlington on Bank of New Orlean
ylh animates the good 'man, }ia* gone down ranks but ho was soon quieted forever, and at verso their muskets, and belabor the foe with River ahiiq 4) barrel otter. more or'lwa, and a lot of Canal Bank........................................ BS I paid on the can..................TI.................................J I 00 00 : HdtsGroo&eryv -1
to of the ; of II W BroxBon, deceased .... .................. 98Cretoent To Olutte* with a tkkt. .
The nmueter ttev. Father to the spiritual is also want the Island.troops.onag hat moment men regarded but little such wounds the but end, a process far too energetic to cm tar wood, together, belonging with*the the estate land Term of sale-note. Citizen* Bank.-Clt!,*>.%.........;.....r.V.........-..... 75Loultlana If paid on the car*............ ...*............*...a.l....) M 00 -

Kirby on could bo'Innicted Dy an iron-shod hoof, even ploy with so delicate an instrument as the needle payaple on the- lit day oi January, State Bank.-..........................-.. 60 8andenon with a ticket...,. ,. v. -
security 00Toflaldeixielthatlcket.
d IB his work of lov*> and Christianity. We as of death. The Austrians stood gun, which-would fall to pieces on the second with 1M7.good T. BAILEY, Mechanic*' add.Trader*' Bank..................... 95 If paid oo the ran......>.....*,....*......... .....9.) 0If 1'
we informed Dr. Schell that since Sunday in the agonies ; but .to draw the 14-44 AdmlnUtntor.Administrator's Merchant** Bank.--....>...*.............. 60 .....t > 00 Hard
by set fire to the blow: 86 nothing'remains July the ... ........v..4
gallantly, and an attempt ....., -. .... 90 po>id on ) CMTI. *
and but New Orleans City Scrip. > >
op to nine o> clock yesterday morning difference of their armantftjCt aword; and although is said to be a little too .... .. .... ...... .....!*) From Ohlrte t bridge but the Notice. Southern hank..w. > > ..................J MToi er
on* death occurred, and no new caw* had been ; still it lithe ... ..... .. ..075 paid on the ear*.,.,..>-........
again told upon them here ; and.it is said that; light to suit tho taste of the men, as to Union Bank.,.,................ ... > Baldwin with a.tkkt...%....... .-.3 JOIf

pote&, their hard"fortune, they charged with nearest approach'to a club within their reach in /-VN Monday, the ISth of August next Florida, I will ,apply In and STATE BONDS ARI COUPONS. paid on thecar ..............................;..* 00 and Grocer
The which occurred' yesterday jailed by VJ ihu Judge of Probate of the BUt .... ., ..! 00 _
Berere squall took civiluod it in an emergency Sandenod to Baldwin with a ticket. '
also this prefer From
nxoon about the time the time the tngreach- the bayonet, but, 'that the Prussians : age, they, combat its effi'cioncy fur Duval county,for an order to sell all the Real Vranei Ettat V1iglntaDondI..b....... .......... v.67ta 68 If paid on the ear*.................................S 00 W&b ,&Wt kindly to the steel, and this charge caused-no to Brown Besshi the present in the city of JackaonviUrtiiat> wa owned by North Carolina Floyd Bond*...................65 to 79 To Jacksonville with a-ticket..............<,.....><..! 00 &mleskij.uzw.1.Ctr Jkso
dtho quarantine, prevented cemmunictionitii the fortune of the figtrt-certain ttia; ia their hands was ,fullyprove& After p ron., 4eO5Od, in his j. 1ile time, for the purpuo of die.tributton. North Carolina Bond*.........................MtoM If paMon th ear ....rt,.,........., .*,..4 M ., __ __r
the laUad. Thi* gratifying report, cofJwponding change in to few moments of slashing right and left-the Jouulq' M. ?0N8 South Carolina Bond*.......................*.S4t 85 Prom BaMwlntoJack.onviJlewith a ttcktt...,.',... 00 r-
with tixe'statement in the note bfCapt that the defenders wero ultimately obliged retire a to the German s&bre. > July 14-td Aimr with Will annexed. Georgia Bond*..................,............UOOtolM If paid on the ear*.......-.......>*...........*...;.> ..00t3T MARRIAGE OTJIDK-T. nfi <3'n f '
Sclavonian bayonet yielded .. .........90 to 01 his oetor-n1
across the bridge. T enpene pond............--... eonBoet at tak'e City rr0M ort
EUtwortli above rwferred to, will be reWrei On ho evening of that c f the Prussians Th.PaMeror Thin vat*Xostractd far Xante* it -. _
*ith pleasure by all of our citizens who KETBEAT OF TIB AUSTRIANS. no further than ton miles from\Josephstadt NOTICE The above Bonds are bought with Coupons, With the P. *ja.- Batlroad. and at.Baldwin and with Iti-the .nMTTbothAal a were W.dnss4ays
ufibrpontLe before week after date, I will apply to the. Honorable from July, 1861, included.CltyofSavaDDahBoodi. Florida Railroad, on Monday pnyttolotj and relation of our sereal ye
deeply sympathise with the unfortunate slowly The same day-that is to say the day SIX ... ... .80to nCttVof da a rrodoctSn FtcvMtfea of opIiaji. IncIedlb.
While 'this combat> was proceeding of Probate Putnam county, FUu, fur letter*. ..,..... -. ; aa4.U.etId oath Ik* ar
en Island, : wcsj carried on yesterday, the 28th-the Prussian Guards had of AdnioUtrationontheKfUteof It. 8. ubsnks, de.ceaid > AltjflMta, Oeorgia.hv.. ........ .....,.75to,SOCharletton The'sac ratt wiiri5 eliarttd' .,sew de'nhie niser baf.r. giv.n.4n the n_
The tag George J. Loans; captured on Son57 along the street, another fight advanced to-within a short distance Traute- late Putnam county. City Stock.................,.......60 to 62 vp train. f _ I'nsf.hr Win.1onne. M.1t: ,.1lL rflv n
2 who escaped upon th'railwy almost with an equal progres, This July 7- wp W (. N. ETTDANK8. New Orlesn* CUy B, K. Bond. *. .................75 to $0Cttyifemphiae C.LR.JuflI,110& Mintereitta1vt.
aijht a.number of soldiers and with an almost similar result- A party-of tf Crailes; North Jfochad.' corps, ttbySt .......;.........ft* to 63 IRKIGHT SCIIEDULEOP the ,e.d',andkU1ssa 'It51cM

back from the point where a trulf'pTOeatobliB-bddy'pT 45ooo men, with Notico.FOWL City MemphifBaUroad.......*.......;.....*..57 to 62 Renrki = .p'tni. 4Uieopi
The passengers and crew of the steamship the Attttrians fell artilery had marched into thecountry -, CitJ Memphis Mnnleip>r.....'.................57 to M 3.0105 taU0ni Attire Ieave Or those esntIng n'ap, aeIie.
: Salvador well. At six oclock she shot were first exchanged, and- where the ialI. thareqt1iite the second of the wek after date hereof I will apply to UM Savannah Coupon...............__fl.. *.....80 to .. t4keCnr rIIOtust.s -: manted seed iIi
quite tiosses the road, along the line. Thcywere by the LindshutFaas, ottbe Probate Court of Putnoot county, Angntta Coapon*....................... ...75 to M lidladois soams tha1es7 s.'ir-.
'enh r anchorage and steamed up as. far wltnf way defiles from Central Silesia into' Central Real ...75 to M I Ii wttb. ,thfl 1$Ia.bo*tha& be
Prussian- detachments,'but neither famous Florida, for aa ordrr to-fell the Etat belonging 10 Memphis Coupon*......;* *< .W> $ Thin
mile point for the purpose of obtaining n pushed by some Bohemia describedrm njyjoto.tojiographic&l the Eseat.ofJos.e1hW.Wcbster, deceased North Caroltna CoapdM.......................U to 60 lOiSiMireco. Si, L1 ps.peat U*abort t V boso.3vsi1b.set.Io-aa..
sub wIA here in'jrtrong force, and the principal ; 60 to 63 SOB hldWin.LI3 IJO $ of fWCttrta-'Addiw* Dr.Inrida wy
Pplyof ttbaHwatetC We authorized in ;.. CSlguol, IIKNUY BUOABDUS.JlUDO T eavssssCeupoDa..n......;. u
are fighting wfttdro*upon the road, butjftfre, for, I&Zd'Rflaith was impeded b.v a some SO-4* Georgia Coupon*................, ........TO to 71 sckscevifl.- 1O.3 4104p'INSsb.so.Al. .
L urSthrtererycflbrti bring made by the showed its advantage over what stronger force, under General Gaolent, the : Virginia Coupon..................., fl..fl..u to 4 A. Up:1tAnbt.rscionvul. :JsniS-ty' + r-t .
&ufltariuesldoking to the comfort of those at the too, the needle-gun Austnansvfotth late ally of the Prussian in Bchleswig-HolsteiBu Booth Carolina RaUroadr Bond*............. ..6Db > 12.30 .. 5r0 .
of the .. -
old fashioned weapons'
the Satannahand Chrle Uia Fin* Mortgage..40to
&ratie Eia1th.M9rr.LLIi 1UerIeli proportion of sit to one Thissian. Here, too, tbo fight -sanguinaryr and-here, N 5 looedMortgaee. s..... to ; : :t I490Ol.i. -
i DzLPiL # -was not broken bul toorths wjwiiradvantage.gained by the Pyusjiani UK improved half of BeddyXrouit, lot l 120I Uso1goer aa4Vea$Pnt ah3rsM Eonl...63 I. 1 jt.h S
is The railway bridge cleared land under fence with Dondi.J3 to 10 .
good -
few mild I acre good HMhvUteand Cluttanaotaltmle. B- 11 4-.r4Lt4xe.t.. ;.._4. -
July 23., the lines, were.torn?up by the retiring troops consisted in their penetrating a houtea, kitchen,rest ofhsad. pia M)4 |MUBmeck. Yso and ChaiMtoa ando. R.B. Bond*..;*?S 10 S 1Ak17 -
i- 1L&DLrI1A.: trains Th4 I fortheroa their rna bc4Jrout C\'The first atH ..... to j-r ptlHor Memphi BoBdt ..iVi*** .t- .: rI 1j'Z
occurcdhenlc and the line is not now passable by parUcure yoI-I.> .vd Ohio B. B. &jng .. ... ,
seTen ilitindre4an4 forty death ushrd bth r4'ftgr th* ro- sk took nsc.> to'tJv"l t. north otTraufnauiH Jui5O-41 cuL 7. ILL CNflLI.'t. f.oet........ 1-- % .,zIryc.-s ,
.t, ten from Chcler*. rris r, W : ..'. -- .- Ia... S
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ton eQJuo true auJ.aiiaij9ui ing things : '. A" Yi ,; .' v:. a :& .i a*'' .0 Wlioiesale 1i1 f XiRetail LBeceivgr' : -
comrrtaJ '
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ertof y1JPhowsj ,l lu foOt him*Quwbes, bot ucn ,
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t .l Ee/iiPgro, bf le ioupvr & -< this officeJuflel6Lt 1hO1tZ stsrq ps9ket MietJ7a1IP' U ,

'anneot :*, i4.fc.. x* TlVof .Trawler* will be convrjv&to untVsfrom tlio nMrltkhdjd milK 1. th bnDAw pflC4 thu : ,. 0,1- f 'Ui i
Mct: ur"n c an-J>al! aul- JcjCilTcft' f*tcjml>oote. ( .1' .' : : n NO.-.3 A
4 Jue3LTh1 rLIiIiJk.LJ ; GET1YcomnandECW ,
>- Jf f- -, ', ; f-i-- ,' r *-, i : '-__ -, knantnTh4bti ; 4-. ; '. -i :
versed trtth liimsclfaita3terv *
t&night anti i'a'latba t1' I '
'ATi3E1T US'iC1' tiut line beWkn vssinah. Oa 4 u'- : "
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UKK FRENCH BRADY 3t. 1aryviinab )Gt'--------
.1 : xji < >1* \' FA Gbod& .1: '
J'urc KycVhisky K ; ,ik and. Si-immer '
Its inirb1y ;$ $tter that 4 PHiclIeal Carpenter and-Jobber. ,I're Irh Whisky Spting' 17EEPeonst.ntly on hand, & 4' |;a C IInI
ILO 3 I &ets beetnd I in.iU.r <\\T1 Ui execute all nrdthttiliilfnf'witb dL atchr.dr "Thi-eO1 lIolhu.dJis .-a vYer3 Satrndayat1O o'clock A. M. amm MJaeksoifle 1'.a.saortmentof .
T V 11 wi' tnoil*taiianlike, manncafrtniitam -g* jptreirs Vjn uulyud returning wiUleavvIcJravanuak DR S AIEDICLX$ CIJM1t54t5 AND FARCT .
oa -' -- ,
ri Tkbe. b rd < > Wine ioi ; : .v -
bonkL!) Itrro t hrjTY -- - tt Jif. f
'pairednl'\rniftta'< ,bI male'wi go4 antfVib ] ; ,< -* ,ccry Tuesdiy at 4 #
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tewier Illttii1 ttbdffthztsii 1'IresP'ra&meryin d* wbenmaMAt! Shop,ui'Ut lurc'Fort-Wine.-' 'Fot''sby] 'ght enga eulerlis or pn f rot: Pi 1NT.4 -1* 'WINDOW GLASS, -' and
& CO.
-- K. 3'7WRTER. .
OIL& ,
wooden 'rrite Jars. H'J'eb LRwc. it"S; .
: iei cnib1cdt 1 _tf :::4' j ; Jfo. 4 Samrnw' Illot-k, eigu.of tkc OoJden Mprtar.Pcc30 .' 15etemlertf I SL.: NiCK&PO. Lr ., N P > ,
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t : : 'fexve bicn -4.- Fi Anong may .IBAY i

ovraftflShzib. j nii'ri: A. PrnfrBoffut, Jso. M. V. IIiu., ; i ) .-. 't.jajr"- Snlate Qiifaioe.ICi: stnr "OilCreauV: TaHw, tVatotl- STREET,
; thcT.'sit0oT; ljm lfts .- :- s3 .'i
Oftax5mab, (Ia; OtJcfl r'on Ce, i1L .- t ,aillpbiir,3ragtiwia6.Towns Ls'
I i z: iu<: _> *t
Dutenlibffer &'Co. pAtrEicT irUiciicEs. -_ **; -i"* ": &- .. XA i
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M b1reD' : Lu1kietSc : .__ii -I '1' i P4' '.
was properiy&& id their v'gi von'"& hunj j ,SUjPUJrfliWAItDINO& COMMISSION'ITEB- .1. ? ?> : -nd'$ 'SaPparUla TAycia' ssrtaiitiriI1 ;
f Core Iddiasit Cbais.
Pectoral-Avert IAjtie
ilrod hfhtoerboaHi, dzt L : -.ILtNT3, "" '' :,, .cs ,. ; ; '. __$ .I' li g Cherry giiciI> Fala'KAllti'! Ifcwlway, J Jvn lUinedie.s F h TLr.tI :
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: Jun23:4t. J7.i r STRESS s.t rbrrxA//, 'tow f I fall ovcr1i u.d, 'Oh., its oily a 2_.+___ d ,: *<4* y ',
: Retndy"Piwrn'a;<:&* Oftiirer,
Fever ani'4utrt
ia Pro it attention wTn lo Hie n r kBBe, nalc and III ; : ., .
!Tit'oi rotton iminbcr ansi Country Produce jtencralIyCpr \Vinl< PkvM'Kinsf Symup-Hyatt'sLiIe; I3&MSeI. s '
$ ; :
$; ki 2ieve'1 RECONSTRUCTION 5i>nim<>ntaBoliciteil which liberal. a1- :Captain-James Tucker, : ) i>*au' BeiiwUj-, Mu rtan* l iiimcnt, Jlogetrg SyruR, :
p1cJe j '. OB 16
\-aiiCMWiabc-nmil- {JaWnnah ever'TiieAdaY 4. i: -i. : e.2): Un-rwuii imd Tar, Mcilimn' Eller, pritNh A ornca
t11Ancg1uGdtobo a.dogutJa FUflNlTU1BB1'AIRE& TTritVlT&VE "Vv.A Uateinan'e Drops, &c.. See. 'Phatogranh' 'Aftmin,
jnaster. HEFERENCKS. I \Y M arrhiuzat Jark' nviUoi on i nir.r : # Lc .; 1'Janlc Book, _t1Oboif eisa tiereii r a.iterm. -

r j now ho is a don without.one." PHE ubscrlliorresrtfullybc88to, inform' rheriOf : BriRhiun, Baldwin A- Co.ivftfl4ah.'Tt'rn ftolieftn'l : Rcturniij'i; wilKUJftve, Jacksonville ww't.c\cry Thursday : : : Hair Itaekgamrnon, Tooth, Cloth Boards, Shaving and ThiDkit1lrWhi.&c.iP.E1tFV1EILY -WaUetaV-Mirron, at least. as should inluce CouiitrLa
Arrivnl of train from the' price our (rood*befoc*
r : t: -: Aia r.-Ti :, ,_u .JL m e>tiack%.n\iUe tbaV ha tine rcn>9vrd niiiboj) >o., B v uiinh'J. irrZA-illin'iCo., >lacon. Dr.. N. I* t Jacksonville ttftcr Feb 17-tf J. DIBBLE, Agent. 'jAcKsoicvxLLE; ETC. kits. The following are wnon jDHYGQ05SI th,
from the corner ol Ocean and Porcythtf BtrMr'to ,< Anciur, Int. Ut'ol.., Augurta, James M. Fall K q., '11 1.J, 1 .
comprf&ingotato ,
I VIH A Connecticut exchange sa-s that corner of AJUma aa3 Jutia: st.rcct, -R crc J>ving secured 'Atlanta, W. Chisholm, AtlAnla, Ua., C. T. Uohinwm, LuWn's Extracts,,Xhiht BTooming.ereus"Fancy'! ;

; 4 several months sin o ft perwSock, nefiFtinH>nvie!! I'la., K. JJiM.lo, Jacksonville, Ha., Cvi..J\\.JJ. JF ,sr: MAIL ROUTE tracts ani Cologne's-Powder hair, Sterling's OILs cap Ambr-wio, 5<>7Ktont.Tooth'Soaps Kendall'sAinbolinc .- ',
shorterrlinc. ]'eren navln ,
a 1orer aino.untofUoi'Jf Jrf a Uailov, Jcifciwii Co.Tla., T. II. Baldvin & Co., New '
( of the railroad Stations on the Danbury furaiUreiVoniMurinaj-cionGdenttj-lwnd.: It there. .Yoi-k, Ikainlcn fc C
imfc He.Ja.nor prepared to execute spy n'vrk'm his nnc, such Loiliwii.-, '.. _4 __ .- i-.47.- CANDIES. ,
Nonralk .
road which
: was sitting jftl I rccbvfrjng,cleaning, rrrtnffiriCihafr*,'IMas;lonnpe Jan 13-r-lf ," -. r j 1000 ptECES SPRAGTJE'S Z
_ ho Gum Dropr Sugar-and Burnt Almonis'PepjArinintDrops b fe
articles of irnituwclearut"ivpaired
J' tables Vilml fcu -
on the rail at the time the -tai 'verej vansBureaus, Lozenge kc.. :
} apd varnished equal to new and In *the Machines. ? c- MERRIMACK *
Great .4
Improvement Sewing
t passing, jutisfcd** !wiving his tail best nra'r. Spring aadoJh.cijHpUrpFscif tirade -tffortlcr. I STATIOEIty.Letter '*'- -,: ,

t aoj i lTo iil. : Thfc cars passed over-it, ( Loclvi and kcyftfitfedJLi buKsH desk and ward- Shuttle "Machine Note trad foolscap Paper, White and;J Yellow -nxcA l "-J
I rol1uii&Tttfled and rppaiicd and all kind of woik Empire Y -' s. ,: Envelopes, I'cn'Ink and Intstauds, Playing Cards, D1JNNELLS '3
cutting it oH.As..ioon aaho aaw ,the cKertit<<&i: ESPE TFL'LTY arindnncft tathe citizens! of jack t*-
J. 1r4 .th,4coommo4otion f iHi4uiat.a distance, who ,- -Broadway" If..T. ." ". TV whVlllf and Ea.L and Middle i'loridi, tiatUhcyliaw CVTLERY. OAEXER,
voxtftit-of'-the damfl ) h Btartod for ]t m ri U>J Consult'the iubtcribcr about work, any or-j Xiasr'aT'6CAPTAIN : N just received a large stock of ,0.. Ba or gtrap-v Pocket Knitics, and Scissors. .- .

the woods and did"jiDtrcturn; until his f der kft *t Uw l'< VOfiScc,'IH' X 1Uwifl'rt'h'' earl* alUiition. 250 Washington, et., Boston. TOBACCO AJfD PIPES. AMczW *
tail bad entirely Q JACOB Anderson's Solace -and Amulet, KUIkkinlct, *' 'LOWLZ..
L CT 'ouf again.DHqtl't I JuneS-tf 921 Chestnut'St., Philadclphia.Patentfd Xavy, ;
in again placed, f and Anderson's Tobacco, Cigar
V CMjarj '$ti liauxliai, Smoking
; I 1-(1.- IL,'1SOO.IIIS HAVlXCfbrnitnorouchlyrrfltted! and tutcrpriad : ::EacH.ANDIE: : : of the best brand, Mershaom- Imitation Mershaum, .
oura CAEOLIXA ASD THE COXVEXTIOX.rGovi LAND FOR SAIJ2. liiarLinc Ic fnnrirurti-J en onftitlyTiiCW P1'ifl'4 i, Htoj.pins at all intcnnc.li.-ilc' Ioiuti. h'asin| | .1nk-; TJricrwofxl, Rovwood, ApplewooH,' Clay, tc. Diamond'and ;'RICHMOND,-AND om

Orr haaflifcsubd: an alldress to the A Sif ATX Trert of abut T\VKXTY-FIVE Acres of 'JL pics of moclianisin, jion-wis'-iiis: many nit? and aIuaide sonvillo every Saturday: morning 0 o'clork, I'alatkai. SaJVfy Matches., ,. ,? 1000 PIECES BKEACHED
X A>t rate land, tnatey lira' most Monday ni'oi'uin 4 o'chx'k, arriiing at Enterprise 6 LIQtORS, S8CPS'LTt. AKl
.IVPPHgfiSouth Carolina, in. which heuoorHfy a aWancSe of three quarters of a mite from Jackionvllle, profuuud experts, imd'pronbunted'ti) beeiiiri.ic o'clock- M. lttturxingwil leave Enterprise Wed- ncth kND
? a'pprbvbs; the I In pftiavd for Mie lu whole! or in lots to suit pnrchasraa iiua4y nW PK O-tWB' l-iiiaika 'fhursd.y morning 7 adiptedfoth< Spring and' Surninor Trade, which they Brandy Sherry"W'ine Port Wine, Holland Gin, W1ILkyltlaekberry SlflRTzg
objQot oCJllie iJrp: -, Fur tcrms. & ., ca1 at the atore ofjuneUl4t Tri.l rEBrr.crios COMBISIB.It o'qlvck. anivlugut JacksonnllM oVloek 1\ 1.1. ape otferingt low pnttli,forcash. .. L.ndy, Lemon lyrup, VSZ1U1a 8YrUPJia.yLrry 1b131AiFS OSA13URG .
posedJMiiadclphia Convention, anil ur- A, L1LV8EY co. baa f. (tr.iiiAt nrtKHe- 'ferpcixliculor' adjtm, makvi 's'i. > '. ii *. JOhN OVltrkj. .Agent,. Their stoat comprises a choice icluctlon of Sjrup.trawbcrry syrup'tP.tINTS 2P1EC MAN
the lot* or MiWMfl-rtiVh. lMjvwill wither rip nor ravel Reora WbiLrf, JackaonvileFla. -
.Iuy! 2-tf; ; ; OILS, ETC
I iges rtw: immediateeloetioni of'delcgatee aid is alitc .. s : -
-tThT'S HOUSE ', Whittead Chrrime Cnnfn Chrome Ydloir- Pmwiaa 'ANpIHA3IILfrON
d'scr4ptionotniaterIni, frani l li-ath.'r .to the lliieetKm'ookmuahn'wlth'0t41441 A ,
to &Plate'-ti-onvention. at Columbia on ; ovcjy "" 'I5Itie Red and Plactt f Paints. Lin*fOil, Benzine, '
liu-n or sUk-tbrenJ, ftora :. TOWING.j DRY 'GOODS HICKORY; s
: 4 the ,'p.1I.tRI1-sTONHI'S: C.IlitVCM the eoarseit to the 4.ineai uarni.rr. having neither cam -.. Plaster Paris, W.tfinsf, &c, ic-, Win.tow Shades, -
'Wheel-and the fktion, it runs annoothasgli Liquid flue, Pttrgleum, Cou iciw Water, Bekflitz DEIM4iARTJlRo riu'iicouy
aitfaenmd taMt-iMxAliIc : .
flr4 (1sts )rte1 Ja othoouht 05: Cog > I i '
The Extract for making
"Ilicre .
Oo'ernoryB :,, ; knot one Tn's Oii to"the !',andls Powders, Citrate of ilagueauJ-

principle o th
: Carolina The JniTeliiigjmblic ureretperXfullv Invited to faVor me | It requires fiftv >ci- crnt.rs\ jiowcr L
cdtfnbi-Eubscribo' in honor and with o call *wo jwinsir trouble will! IKS spared In trying any other machine: 4 in the market. A girl twelve years L i1 U ., ',i MOHAIR iMA20URKA- '

witlisinc ; ofagc can t> Bradtor.1J. '
: iiowvrfiil yw'tU C. Sllrsnt,C pt.Qeo. :
June 3D 8m. IToprictor. milE fcllbtf
_ --- : lieaTth! : '. .. .in ni'r pcnnanenHvon the livi-r.jtor It" purpose ot ; ,

In 3fl ii. towns*in .;, I Itsjstrrngtiinna wwvlwtil mmiMimy 01 of oidef.'antl construction to towing \Ct.btl$, 1i.fui' tte FAIRCimJ .ti :. J : THE i .' ARMUEECLOTfflLi
.Mississippit5ie p. rend it :iljnr>ft hnjiwrfMe {o-jjc-t out 1IA3. A >, Agent.

IiI fredmet-who ftre able to get along' C'P.. OAK 111, *>n MomliyJ July 2d, dose his Watch "uatanteert by the! Invite I'mnpunr-t a1-13ioe<' else entire ho may autififUctlwn.AVerespectfully do ire to. Nor. ll-tf. CLOTHS AND CLOTHING; ST. eTOHISTS VER CHECKS, FANCY AND PLAIN

&Jcwelsy btorc, for change f Lusiuesd. 'All supply tlwmvrfM wHijai iii><'iiwr article, to come and In Sections fioitt O2 E loXIFTY miles RICHARDSON'S IRISH UJEI ""j
Wtflrh work,ana Jewelry job kruuairiiuK ,uncalloiTfo examine thin mirivnllej-rwhin*'. FO1tCiIAILEtTOXS. c. !,r '
t Bureau have rganizpd pu ual'i lief asI i can l>e found ut.Ooo. A. Peck's Jewelry Store. One half hoiwCJ instruction ia suTMent to cnal.lo any MADE TO ORDER STEWARTS AND OTHEE 1UX% '

I Bociation4 fer'tlit4r fl*n1oAoflt knd to June 30.2. person to work tnima'hine to their entire iti fK-Uun. VIA iUKS: CK XDSAVAII BOOTSANDSiTOl with Delineations rf line V>T Cnitc State* Surrey -of TABLE DAMASK.TOWEUEJG.
Agents wuntcd fur all towns in the United States, .. i'nMh Lan4t and ,anisfMnt.;''aad Topegmaphy for '
l mt'adnisttth ?fcrj&fy xsf -tJloiroWh'cqlor. I -i -Notice. 'n ,. where xtonrioa nrc luit already established. Also for OA. r -., HX miTes on either bank o -the Bivcr.from ita mouth to -'NAPKINS, ETC ETG.JJt':

: : Cuba, Mexico, CViital awl South America, to hom a : [ "" Lake R. F. FLOYD, *
HATSL4D Ilarucy
; 'f TlyL j arc also organized in- ; -;LL ptT3on iniiebtod to the Estate of Antonio Alvarez liberal discount will be tnvcn.KMM1UC THE .STEAMER KATE; .., "' ? ifA8' Comer Fowythe an*Ocean Stjcv LADIES'A-ND GENTS. IKESjf

L :to fire cbinpajiifs iu eouio of,' the larger I&te.ol St. Johns County, deceased, arc rcqurated filiVTIXG JJACIIIXE MFCL CO., .:' n.rloim .- : ': .- .. .,, Feb '-tf 'Jac&soirrille.na. HANDKERCJIIErs THEJISTICHED
; towns. to make i jmcdiile., i>aymciit, ,and itll iron July 7--Siu:1LI'I .5as Uroadway, X. 1. "JEMBROIDERED
; having clain BuOj fu.LbtLitl JCrtaUj aits roquetiled to prewn AND BACON '

the same daly authfiiticatid within the time f-rt-- GROVE'1'E1iN) & CO] '' Li'I. ,; Doors Sash and Blinds '- ,
t irlTIio: Secretary of the Interior recently ri ibed bv law,or ihls noti.io witl: ic pleaded m bir of their! i'i ,
n-eovery. '
-joeenrwl: London; England a June 30-Sw Adnuniatratrix. -' EVERY STYI.E'AND SIZE j
gpcciracn -Piano. Forte CROCKERY, 'WOOD WARE A2TD: CHECKED emit
h : :." : t

*turod from i\To -Zealaad. & JtO.SS, 4CO BROADWAY, NEW 'YORK., ,_ (NAINSQftK, INDIA,POO J
:Ie \fiIicrJ5cUeypH: that'> tlie vould grass. :':DE.AIaE.Rs: T-&T T tIE attcntV'n of he puMic and the tratlu i*& ivitcd TUOS. J. JOfKWOOJ; >; COMMAXPEn.T TIN WARE, GLASS'WARE, LW AND SAVINS: ; PLAIN AXD DOJTDJMUSUX& .
grass to our New Scvilo, Seven Octave, Koscwood 1'iano JIISfinc-Mertrcrhuvi\) placed 1ermarent1y r t' -'- --
: 2 flourish in. ouc Middle and Southern !OXCE FABIILY'GKOCEIUES AND PJtO- Vortos, which for rolumeiin puri'y of tone ar<> urn ival-i on the line bftwccn ('! rlt'-ton an1PnlatknPs., '. 180 Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.

Statop and -'VISIONS: ., ... led by any IjitheHq firi-roa'in this market. They contain i I tnucliin? at Ml Inn-line* nfl ilirf*'!. Johns f-iviT, MJlicit .a &: Feb 2i-tf '27-tf 1 1HBRAOT&RD JACONET, i CJIAMBUEYTLIirEs
stated that by a -aew and all the ,- Mcftfg.lVwichjn-and action, i share of public T'ntrofc.iire' Mi"nnimandc-1 by otticcrs FURNITURE, ADDIIES
_ tJngjnfll rloth wivs; LIQr-tEs, TOBACCO, 8EGA2Sc., hu-j pedal iron fi-.t rie.'o"xr-tilrilns bfls-1, etc., and earh I 1 cxperiFiiwwell an.l/avoraUy. known oi the route, Wfl1TEflTf.QMm1
: -process,; or.ropp ,ot'great ii) truineiit iKip,; iti' under the ptrsonal Fujxrvision j jof an-1 ha\lug unsuvpassed accommodation fnr jwf eBjrcrjiind $ & BEWICK:, i -' 1I&CKi2-, _

; I -strength and'durabllityis' ho being Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. -' Mr. J. II. OroveRtwn, who Mw a pructl-al exp; -rienceof frciirht, every guarKntt-c of comfort and safety will -

June O-tf *-* -' a. over thirty j-rai-iu thuir inanufacH.tc, is fully war i ln relied upon. .-. -> WAGON A D-BUOfrY-HARNESS, GEXZRAL, DOpntlSSlOtf JfEECJbUfTS, GENTS. WHITE, BROWN.
ranted in Cluirletton ?iird: at A. ,, '
( try particular. I I Schedule Ix-a VPS very y KT. T
: aflO A. M. here'rues- 1 PBroadway, tT'BLACK HALF ,H08ELmeres
arriving .
'Auclion. lusStirtfV .- i. Ketnrninc will leave for r-barlt-st every Wednesday WINES ; :
1 rrfTHJ. *e1I t .on TIII.7ISUA.V, awtt&cf rzl'
the hlelip rncrit at the celcbratpd
ItT1 jmxazlil T V Jnly,to elate a t7oTJH umcut. rVir I morning at 8 o'cU>ck,airiviug at fcuvaunah on burwJay iiii. i I iI Southern L11I --
\\"orld's where exhibited instniments from
i.sit, d i 'Urtiryf, |thaT"i4fli jxxuliaritie8 Jl ('asp* Ihwtaand Mtov*. verp and CJinrltsUn., on Friday.ras I : ,- -, ,.
'tht 61oth
) p 40 Packs I"t. .. best ikersf1mlonP,1l<, (ierlnanv, riiila -' > frf- -
: }
"" ( ihi1l.r'nob8ervef : Tit) Kits Mm-fcercl. >hia, It.iltifioic lio Um niul.New York;. and alo-atthe, Wiriailc with Ito taridw hrw-i (t steaI,1hlipa] from Saiarnah ILQtOr '. James T. Patterson, Savannah, Ciu.
i l! Ain 25 I il 4 : ? A.aui! Amenities can Le SACCOfisful; and >sivcr Modild from both of which vae W been ut our JXO. S. .SAMMIS & Ut)., Ga. ,
10 JUiUf. lliscuit and (,'*arfcc i." ,. timore. Johnson, Augusta, :
I ''f< ;qnp (/ 'n'. ; little jx>ts' i' ...t tm1 wit-h ('n..o\Vhiskev; Claret,*Ale J'cily,KailnBlarkiiigv; i<". ,ware-i-ootiiK.]'y the iutrtMlueikui improvclnei'.tH-' wo.niftkc. a still. 1jav 12"tf_ Agents" at Jackt-onvillo' }la.t : ; : 'ATOBACCO'AND: Ifarch 17-Cte Negligee Shirts, White and Fancy linen,Bfctojll
4 TEI5MS: fed at-90 for of 100 i ; / - -
St for -Appro note* Uve sums { ninro perfvot rimin-fcttcvaiM by mairufdctui-inf largely, ed and Wool 81I1I4e,
i it ih Min to' reme btT how m'ainraa 6ud{ blio was t or nt re. WlfirL. O. FFKKYS Auctioneer.r j with :i strictly tamh cyatcia, urecntitfc-4 otter the c inFtnunents 1 c. HOWS, jr. .K.: c.HOWS. tonadea.9attuct,Etc. .
JuniCOlt t Kerosene and Gas Stoves. La.lies' ear, such an Plain soil TxyI1seI
ut a ]>rice which will jaerlude all a<>ini tition. :
1. c'.vl fo 'r that Mr8 So-and-80 waa going ) "
Our jirircK arc from JUO to J2iK) cheaper than any first C/-E.HOWE, Trimming, Button*,tahBorali,luto,Xtt,
I amusihV story is told ofaIay >*ho J "IOE:! : ('Lt'45 I'1IUW-f)1e. TEA., AND COYFEE BOILERS, GLUE i. '; 3 '

1- yn and board tamers
f 4.7X )* S he jwaa.at twp ,fbown, to his I 1 rCndcliyprc.latlhsdcjiot, 2cents.. J co pound for I>,e.eritive cii'tulaj-s bent free. -- ... -tn'- x ;. .j, 71 KKOADWAYKAV, YORI cSHOES.tttb .
IX. & P.P1 rr. AJl-thc Cookiufora .
I July--ly and assortment '
rret th4'bellasiie; wWinformtd, ]hod i'j amounts Ion than 600.' E.' lins500'' t>blm>ls 2 rt'nta. -'-- {:. jf .family miy l lie d.jiiot -' a general cf Ct-XSICKEZS SOLICITED. r Ci;;i< hoots and 8b.fvL dia XabaonUtl i

; M room iri which j I April 28-tf CHAS. A.'l7AlltCHJU! >. : 'Jwith'KcrVisVnc Oil or "TJROMPT attention'given to solttcf rccai5ise, pro- Boots Women'* Kip Kid, Goat saL'Lutai

r conq.aytsr1ed bcloro dinner Lo found ; INSTITUTE c-r Gas; with lesstrouUer} 1. duec purcha.etl on cummLeicn' lihend Advanecs Calf Sewed Pump*, (Gent'Calf* edP.IXi>
t I j4. hAle .;:THE EMPIRE SHHTGLE MACHINE .. tf-fj* and at. lest c pviite, FAiiH :,AND.PLANTATION SU1PUEi matte. Heer hy'*nnjrsjnn to 'ittescra. henry Swift r.epgedaixt Sewed, Gent'i Calf lid and Mot Ier
& Lrntnciti& g j, elegantly dressed.{ aclmijwlrflgrd] to I*, liy all odd-the best Shingle Kil" than by any ofllerKadi ._ :::) %.: Co., 115 Iiroa-Iwnyle"i'rs. John M Smith, Son &Co. Sboea, Me 's Brocan
t .' vriro. a84h *rpntiprovf>d was quite up to the?" IS UadiincIn America. With'only oVUionsn rowEiti FOR artl.-li'maiiufa''tuteil by this Cnmp'ftny iipuaraute.ed 122: BrcHflvay, Mt-.rs. Kemp, Day .i Co., 116 Wail -7I f'jt. s- .
W hrtfiojL street, McojrL Thomas & Iltmham, 103 I>road street, S? '
-r Haspoteto'hcr.In language which, 300O ELKGAVT SlIIAGIiESpor to jerfonn all that claimed for it.

-jI ::r : Us juftyjsel t$ bo uittd tocher jears, and for* Ifonr/ awJ e'MJya'ade. The m-yhinc ta ''JiH 'en44.Tfyof C-4?" Send for Circular 59 Aa Cur ttoek was purchased Bincp the great,fal! VI: Feb 3-3mp .. qap3*.

?L g L -.' tjrfta they g9t along veri well -together/v.henV Iron, very compact and wily ni-aoijxurtcd. It Liberal d! cmmt to tlio trade. Kerosene Lamp Ileat- SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF Ladies Straw Felt Silk,Tnr JoAyTortoiii[ (
.,vw.iAiii -1.4 herself that" fehe would work Vr.HDt.HO. TAJ and Hoi STCFF. and out of the I I or'AI,1Ifl'flY, 9.iear1 street, X. V. in price',we arc prepared to tell sa cheap as the same articles :Mcn'sCROCREItY'W/wA il JIilA'' '
%'.mfl. .4 'i' MI.'_ JWI&iV !('u(' I Is npw eloBuT for vacation, and will beojicnud JuJyiJ 1m ir-Vj>. NESVT YORK.A
w I jftW DICUIL JIG are made than can be done by t'lir Sam-ing Z.1iJs.- upiin under the rauic teaoliern, on the --- _ _ he .
'ti ,I ftm.t iict' complied with her roquept-and told hot All the HairnlDf is laved by tlic'Euih'ru and tfoca, Into IMhSentomhcr.' Ilif wtiool linn hrrn \erymrrcnsfulnnd can purchased at any point this side of New AVO FIKE-

c1 \ lsnamflrto Kiutb.she with tJhinslce. AliKXif liEQUA. wiU l.<. iiJu&Ad-fi.r the Itt'nre on the following j -WXMd CHISffitai
instantly replied, ',1 i' 'OciKTul Agent, HI Broadvray, Hew York. trrm*. 1 he year lol.t uivultsd into 2 tej-ms of 5"souths [ Vork. S. L. NIELACK & CO. ISO agent for the ITcme Insurance Company, New ..'. ATTKIXD& ,'
fri %ll then 'ri hiaren'Gonnveticiri. ,,
rha ulmort tkrl bs ,you are tho man June 2-3m nn-Ji, and 2 months vacation. I
1' l. FACTORS, CCTjmiSSION MAttCIIAXTS & SKlriXG Uttice on the comer ef Forsyth. 'auJ Ocean stc'ets-up -
JAAt rna3'inia..pay6!hjs ring liimaclf into society! Tuiti tu in (1>mmuu J-ii>rlWi pcrtertn of '
t F'vonrnth .,........... -._ sttint. :E: F. FLOYD, GROCERIES :llCND PROYKltWS
1 I fa4'I't.a.uit; anjxojmceiacntln the frst piomenie of LUMBER. ; i::ii ;; ; .fld.OO
; ; in-hi'hor English jHTUu-m............... 20,00 I AGEJNTs GOLD PENS, OASES, &c.E 1)ic. -tf Agent.
t r.Tj nrrivial at Hetnmge house, especially.yrhon it; 1A'\yJZp IJCJJBEH, -TLOORI O, 'WEATII' Eli.J in French ina-U-im...................... 15.00 ;
_BuJdoJJr1 tbd friend's mind that ItA1W1O&c. for sale by ........ D VALENTINE & Go 1 Sliver Jlcttal and 2 Diplomas Awarded 500 barrels Flair. _
Jj ; across our in-l'lanoMiiMC ..............,. 25,00 i Will ntttnil to the sale"and eliipnvnt to Foreign and ,
500 half barrels form2OcasksBacn
> j .jullQ;$ W.A. McLEAX.Vf. "
'It bad V Ijitiu iuciudi'd jn the of Higher : ,
4xai fpocul proviso in the ii'ifta1ion1 charge, I Domestic ports, of Cotton. Itiec, Luniher and Naval "TO' -
Bfd. 15 MaIden -
Ku-Mrh Iane.3icw
'r fiat ho ihnold bring-all his music with him. : 7. I rtore?. Ilavlne n-er>-fSH1y to meet thf wants f>f plantrr York, 50-csks Uarn Ciorinnati 9ogsr Cared)
11. IIji ris, II. Jl. & K. lb! Bc.irdcn, I3ogu'd, wto.l.ng, &4'.porIemui...... 100,00 ( '
? .- 'Dn$ !Iir.e is tio end to the stories which nlrSKiinopji Late tf h\1llc, Trun. j.ate of Maeon, Oa; I'nvmcnt hiilfin advance -' ifrn. M.W. HEll, | *, and ath'tnues procure the wade'rot market rates foe their prcKluoc.Liteia MANUFACTURERS OFGOL'I TIIO'B' E. IJN'tX, 50 bsrrrln Pork.Mess and Prim
I,' i ? >vcrxbpo.liaa of .J. 1* to tell the nifl l'nxip:0.|
; ; < ,, ())rajuin barrels Drie.Fesr:
.tujicjp .
t Jfc fHTsM rtay and Yrgrtt&Tris inabilUyto doM 70S.: -\V1TH.VM.. :'jr.-JI. C. OCILVIE.WITIIA4' -\ U kind of fnrrrifure rcraired, cleaned and varnish- 23 kits Salmon "
4 Ift6 W'holesale 'Grroc.e'rs CHAHT-JESXarT. S C. A REnow, prepared to offer to jobbers and retail dealer -t i. tJ. in the bet.''n.nner. .Sofas, Chaims,'Lounges, 100 sack Bio Coffee *
'J '
trffiKe is
It -fr'ad'of c '
rnj urc.tpsay the Cheapest Tens M
; & OGILVIE Market. The pens Divans &c., & recpvcrtnt an.l K-novatcd 509 tacks Liverpool Salt < .
i. aLia. LZX. L CiTIOL) as good as new -
/ a il.:. It is m vain o hope\; to'disbemLlc your lovp'j AND DEAIXBS IX Julv 14 CmAVM. are of different nizt-s from Xos. 1 to 9. inclusive. General and all kinds of ujiholittery done in the best 100 barrels toStfi, crushed,gnnnlMe*.!'**''

4, -' jBT cia- n'-ioijfJn some ungUanledTnoaient sIIII The pricvs.of Valentine & Co'*first quality Gold Ptni manner. Shop corner of Adams an4 Julia street, common brn Snara

no sociTi UQIons TOBACCO AND without cases', and warranted foi-'onc yearrxcrptapniu.st Jacksonville, Fla.- April H -3ia 50; barrcU Mousses,GoIdM tjnft &s .
.t oftltr. SEQAES
Jjugnpiadfl tittleTpItth- arcl.le.nt, in as follow: Xo. 1. Pen iil30O
AND 91.25; Xo. 2 Pen 300 barrels Soda, Sugar.Bastes and Wo *
1'. *nn havr lc .,g care f' and te pcojl0, aro apt to a..t GROTIIE, '#l.50c; Ji o.S Ten, (5C; Xo. 4 I'cn.L2a: Xo. 5 IVn, boxes Soda, Sugar,Borton and Pilot )

fa-get thu h j:Ihcy.talk orcr.tW thmfrf phichkatcrest Grocer'sDrugs and Spices, COMMISSION MERCHANTS .*2.:5Xo.6IVn; SUO* ; Xo. 7 Pen, J4..W; Xo. 8 I>n. NOTICE. : 30 chests half and'qnarter T ,Oal f t
55.50 Xo. 0 Ten,ft .
; AH our firit IVns
quality are 2000 slicked and mixed
'( niot de-1 Tlicm, prgctfal'-thal Ijipiymmg.ondoldWlik.0 AXJ) WATCH-MAKER, "tampe-l "E. r>. Valentine 4 Co." IX) Captains of vessels and steamers arriving at this pounds Candy,
ine ui No. 5 WILLIAM .STREET, JL ,,we can offer a cor2rrfiiuu wharf and -
is aa unruly: GE5TERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS i Tin': LtOVI1'NS ST.tb'ihXEft EXTEN- port good
,. f-nt1bI!:. I rccoduus children, who have not' I I'EW'I. : un OF- FOKSYTH EDJacksonvifie srwrNis-srs., "SIOK'CASES" wrra I'ENCII.S. warehouse accommodations ahj every dispatch will be Wines 4'Li
20 Beaver Street U. Y. given them in loadinj'and dvt-harsinit their carifoes.
I : 'o pcthfl1 proper place, and whose, toiii.fiw 'I. Ye.sfa] purrliappd, sold aui cliarU-n Mrrehandlw | Ela.4T For *2.00, a No. 1 pen, 1st quality. .SAVAGE & HAILE,
r -.--. liava been allowod to run on Jnf 'libitum, 1.-?. cnORTE, late of Maic.lgcvDlf.Oa.ItEFFKUENCKS. lureL'abell anil Fold rti .ominiiun. Liberal advnnceH >*or $2JO, a Xo. 2 pen, let ijuality. Dfr 9-tf IIoeg>Wharf Jacksonville, Fla.UST .
have iUatIt ICOnhIgflhIUfltL .3 tily 21. ? srErrr1.Jt'Y inform the cilizciiB of .Taok.o i- For $2.23, a Ka..8.pcn.'lt quality.ij"or 100 btls. old Kentncky''Wiistr,
4 not ttnfrwnifiUly bora, Ac II domss'idhpnc. I,. NiMadr& Co., Jacka'uiviUc.J. oponed his pnce! of u.incst as above 'f .For IJ.50, a Xo. i pen, lat quality. 100 bbla. old Bourbon Whisky

: : .. in J6"-ia habftWfieticr in S. Faramw-df Co--j *- 'i f DElERBEL' >fr, CJ. will l be happy to receiTo the patroin% .of his For f5.75, a, Xo. 6 pen, lit quality. 100' bib. old Cabinet ExtrVKn*..
? Tbonin A IJtinpi, MaIi.on, C.If. SAVON old fliendand as new imc as wv-h lo have their
: A i tat old aryoung; and no''firesiiJc is eafu against"Its I). Wiliffim! 3XCflU.4U4). watches can-folly,repaired i ind KuaHiiii-ud, and hopes THE SAME GOLD PENS ix GOLDJiXV PLATED DEALERS 100 bbls. old Cogna ?ra4. ,

I attacks. An amusing1! instancalftii.un-cd! [ ,. W. C. Oanvil, .'-SJrc 4,1i't with hit OTcpcrienru asa' pat. rtaii AVatchmaker for 'cIAi4S.: DESK HOLDERS AND MOROCCO 50 bbls,old Cs4awb4: Brandjr
; Co,, Lake Citr. .- .. Some Hospn hnrn your fingers, last in thii anti '- STAPLE DRY GOODS AX1p
a of a jttcd child who wasipn.ny ; Bomo flit fprtyyeurs country Europe, he will ,. I ; > 25 pipes old Holland pia
<; : & All melt like dew before; pen, 300 find old Toft
+ fl ( > father ftiA round"of a Run. cases
I I t 'S'ilrki. .i'3ohnaoi 'i : July watches to, be repaired. All watches warnintctt one For J2.75, a Xo. 4 jien, Irt quality.Ftn .QCERIES I
tMhi FTTsl'to '!cKttfli5 VJtS J. :K.-llarrif Ouinrv..' The. Savon<3cTerrc.cVnjaik Brown FannJy SJap y ar. : / : "Jan 27-tf $3.50. a NovS ptnt.lrt quality. MADEIRA,

3 Icing made ho brought'her'lack'to her mother .-J.: j<. M. Davkiknn, Qiibu-y. lJnne3P-3m Wont? Do-Either. For J1.W, a Xo.-C prn, 1st quaiilY. UOCKEKY' Tin and Hollow Ware, and' ail i nerl .; six.th; ,
__ with the evident of I ,l'or $5.75, n Xo. 7 pen, Tot qn'anty; Vy 'RrtielM of Kitohen'Furniture, also ':
expectation for Rope, Bagidn?
i prai4i Just Mcceived On the contrary M Watches and For $7.2I, a Xo. 8 pen 1st quality. Twine and other arlioles. The highest market price paid 'CI:5AEETs.
-i-- Ma1nt3; in 11c gijt1n 1'lrnMnt trtthc hands .?I For $3.00, a No. 9 pen, 1st quality. for,all kinds of country produce, at the new Wore next attTusT
i %JPtbl1at'owaH844r-pi4 and ]iarn>le> to yOurWothlng) and SECOND QUALITY PEXS-XOT WARRANTED. door to the rTSWflice. C. PARKHURHT. ; :

was on the' point of expressing a hope that, bhe || JL|lIE Uakcr'ii following cclcI'r.ted)rplcndU 1'urtHyc asEortrnrnt AVhlskr iit Liquors : "STANDZ'LIKEA.STONWAL.nThis .A:. PECK Our second quality pen* are itdmped "E, Davis&Co." _Nor._ 11-tf 'A. JJ. HUSEY.GHAS. ( .

V had been. nmii v w1iexhaas.cut hoi"t Ly i itHs and are carefully made, having the
15oy *8veel >ildTtoJTS t AhV.tiiaI is just what j Old Kciittii-ky i'uib'.n"V'hiky cvi J-way wrperkjr to the ordinary- Family -Eoapii. Iofldrn \VATCH-MAKrai ANT JRWELHT, the fiItt'quaiit quality V of pens the, the only The material difference being In -A, I'flRfflLD,
"papa did to Mrs. -.' It was Impossible fun \iUtC6 & Co.l'uacalocsa Whiy r its Fnjunor olM .m* ialiti'V'1t pofton pordi Rol.l. prices of these ,p.isaaess
J'arVpr'a Ji mid followa-tVo. 2 pen, 73c: 'so. 3 $i.00
I ; 4Co. Monongahela"uiskT brighten color* without 1nj ry to either. Onepoundequal pen. 'No4'pen, DEALER :
IN. -i.
thvr unfortunate father to contradict or explain.Th'ro Sew .i.v,5rf/fr pen, f 1.50 Xo. 8 '
EnfUnd Kum Ij'urp to tm t he Blood omvictod' no doubt inwaitlly'roBolvinK ] >. Vrfnrh Brandy .. Nmd far ('lrruis Sold 'by' the THE ABOVE PENS IX SILVElt PLATED EXTKXSIOX GENErw\.L 'ifeKCIIAXpISE DRY GOODS a
i tliat when 1e went visiting in future Lo I Jlomcirtic Urandr '" '' .. .-.JJ trade genentlly: Pj-incipal offlre, 32 Ve a'v rtrort, Vow 'FLA.EKl'S CASES, WITh PEXCILS. ,
>iW! Prop Gin ? il. JACKSO TYILLE "
would loave his ttifaitte tnriWe at home." 'YJr15- K. 6TAFFOK1), ? > For iI.25, a &o.. 2 pen, 2d quality. : GROCERIES, HAIiDWARE, JITC.,
MfuJdrp >berry, Ports Claret, and Champagne Jnly 143m 1'resldent. I'or'JUO, a Xo. S pea.' 24 quality. '. ..
: ., \rlnc f constantly on ban/I a well ''N-IccteA stock of BAr STREET 'JACKSONVILLE '
For $l.75 Xo. 4 W
: a >en.2d FLORIDA.
cb,. wiT1e. sold redui prifeii I.v / tiuo patches and Jewelry! ,, and all other article[ For <2.25, a No. 5 i 3d quality. Orders HARDWAIiE AND FABiLCfG .
uaunll3 the trade hlch hit offers the pun quality. promptly attended tow .'-
kept by M to
v -' Li JOltS CLARK, '' .. public Fpr {3.75, a Xo. 6 pen.2d quality. "September'J k, '
June M-' 1t at reduced rietj. U
Tie: 4th Tennessee seems to have Lorn iiI at A.31. Hood's \VIIUIL4.ESTABUSHED NAILS
Our pen* rank throughout the.cotr. rV'as'cqual, if not *?
,f1tzi4 iiuinly Jiv TU-reprcubille tflnflicts bctieefithff snpedr'toany poM pvns manufactured, no*' only Ibm -

( white U.S.rB5ldKra- the saUo 1a ; thi-Ir writing qualities, but durability and elegant finiih. "C PLOTGHS.H TRAcE rATNs, ;, "

tans of Aniea. Jn ono instance, tho lattiT un- Just are The sold greatest with care the slightest-imperfection to used In their manufacture which, and skill none OE Axis, Tmac 5e.Cnainsi and all farming tools STEEL CORrI ,, ,1
; '
.dertowk fp B/OKJS J} civil igbts bill by taking eV KcfecivcrdrBRIG CUTLERY' ",,'. detect. "We would call the alfention 't>t the dealers can to constantly dti hind Byj "- .. '
: r trfeMha Mo 3 dc && .1LrIoxERJ; the celebrated Paul Breton Watch, for which we are the Fi-bl7 BOUSE A:BRYANT, CORN0S1TELLZS,
8LWIXG sole agcnta for the United Stat s. \Ve huve-Oieciiu -6mp L 1W By-stn Savannah, Ga. c:1 :
were non- uiu-d at an cxptsuo of five "dead ulI MACHINES,, silver ,
gold rasen. i
_' rw 1DER AXDtA rARIETY Of OTHER ART1qThS, Jobbers, rt'tii.m: ,Jewclew, and all dealers in our line : 1RINcIPAL ,

_ a L iuh.t on3cbJ14k % . ." throughout the oftntrv,ate re jtesttid to rend for a eirrular. .
Oatheeixih.tli !Fennc All kinds t. VA EifTtSK 4 CO.,
'- &co Legislature were warranted. 'At'th-} Und of C. D. Oak: ,. Ocean Miiuyfactugpi's and.Wholesale Healers iaAVatche .(!ol4 'BLas1n SHOP. :"-.I : <* -' .- :l
lacking him one of aflUortun, and when they got : gtroet; A.'U. Heed's Kuildia Ftb. artfAT"c Pens,and Jewelry, Xo. 15 Maiden Lane-New., York. -iJ -. : .. -
1. VbTM pS&nfPTMWrttutional ainenfi mont. ,, EBSTER & oo MST2O-1y' : r 11E subscriber*would"respectfully Inform-'tjie putlic :ti 'i' -.,; -
is reported that.tliry had well-nigh peruailedmulatto JL that theyluve thc'greatest assortment and the best
3., ASE & co. variety iron and Steel that it tomndlin
ljier, living across tIe Bmiare,Jooin4 1OLELE to be "East F.- $
.&cD RETAITI rids; and arc constantly 'ree dvin-j Jresh accessions' to'their

ioiAJiJ nxiss o5ny : JEWELERS FoTSAL uto k hy every arrival, alTaf which will be seLl In
jfj tnl ay that : any quantity at low rates for cash: They also inform

thons are only in the State the public that they keep constantly on,hind a complete
fifty-fire men of Tea ',
C. t- 'i-I TRACT OF. 140 assortment cf '
,?USqWho can hi induced to demean tlwwelvainffiUwayTJ & CO, -

fltfy iillJacttiot; be found .''f ; -*. Jl_ V >r VprlJiiiO5; >XtOF
"white or blaik, and thus the is : THE'BT, JOHUST $ Including a'new*article made
"Jx-gislature" : A LARGE citinlfof steel, to which oAHy >
left; without a quorum. EEPCAL 'ge anti il'e., Si/FPL'Sr :7 .. JIE most of it shell hammock orange Itii public inspection is invited. Anchors, Chains,it: also &LL KINDS
1 r .t i"i -Lone: -of lha (bw placi*, wiIi .the combined advan- timber carts,carriages and was new and second hand,
--- lagos)of a,Bluff Undinu, good land. orant -, out of on bai4]J, and repaired.with pixmptne, "

1 THE FKEEI.MFJS'S EAC A> GES. CHANT : OH1 ; : i froKtrange, and unlimited! pautirre'ioralLkttj of Stock All kind of Blacksriilth W0rk\including ship nail
J ;General Siekle&1'rrnjnsjsteJ that th e4 PU: ; H' at all wia. iw, Bo*vi twice a week, framod dwelling and lag, done at short notice' and la nJaperuir manner..

i- ,. .oiitiuwMtrt the tract. Two Iwi.d. fur ,s B.i.U7 BIGGS CO.
Can the
_r tact oon giriaA aUojt .jgaait directly to hiM tr place by middle of March with vegctablw Bent'Nortn.-pay' Eeb. 17-tL 0'I -T'v Vf T.I .T -
oa f'roulmeu t Cuiwiu as wfll is military, afiairs, ;3Drugsand; Medicines.Difl I'ncC $ .00fl. ->;j" I.1 ,_ '
n.bW4d.t tAd : F.UH&flU! For further part iculan-inquire at tils'office; ; '.: : .,- I YA1t1T
/# Mpsmsio : : May 2li-3m NOAH WTT1ATON
**hk beeii 1 : '
eustained by t -I1Oa ;

(kncraha cL ap 4.i4azd, which estaWuhcs maim.. ,- : I; \ AVholcsale an Retail Dealer in S-e-4: z, ': Wi'- /
4 the fact UAitJiWr iHs still nen1 14SI.DAI ) .2, t.J,0 i( ,
aGeneral d6t1ictinjd such
r.rpi7 : '
t* nU' s _, .,,. W. W.
-' j 4 H'-U.BBARD '
Ctit'sti '
'dorsetht1 '
f .v : '-.I : .. .,: -
_ BDSTEP1' : WARK JJSWKLKY AXD (foU> l'CNS.A i Cp JlMjastOS PEAUR 1S r M -- '. ;

T loroeu, beinjj by l&if,under :c4 and I iUILICAUt : ,:tJIVASI1tTANS..A ,: .:'. GKXT3 for the American jntunt- chronometer-, the ; ft -. J # OUbnshels.e.

.-thelmmodiaMff; ion of tfee \ ar'DeparlnicliT' L3. fln twattltin- Um -world, ladies gold cnnmclcdHLnwlM'i'riwMwnA'ulifrwnfUO "OODMO 30tip, BA ,
; } "' : Dj Etufi, (Jarden SoodXow ** .. \; :- "Q to jcntabeing .
subject :SALOON-TAnLKR ,- ,. ktui4 aud-'riidrf'lnrtwn- artiulo. Al.oleuts [ 1 --'*
I the r40rs of the Cornmiirn r in, njal : : ; .&e., -u 4 ? for Suow'*Aiaoru-art nUtfl'pvas, ujsed.'iu all the '.i"t ';kkD'' ANDBui1dtrs '. -'I'I

1 A'' ""_ taming to the Bureau*, Vje carfnof W4o .j CANJi SEATi CIIAIIIS ':r pnhhj: { Bch ol. Ncw.l'ork.'. t, ,. t, TWATCHFS. > rtd 'r'I a t ja-1 4 STA 1FAPm
t t '
report 6n such mattcW w 1ie'ocnmand a" I X D' feLRT BUThDE'S : '
: :.: : "CHmDRKX-S CHAIRS E REPAIRED, ARDWfl .3 268 '270 Canai.Sti :
( .t'-Ua .
eo -
C r.3inleLu. ozt / al.,,'' ,g ir. '' !-'< ; : --- :: ::: 9KIG piujns, ETC.tVA-.im; rhiee hi.ti.tpd t>y Jrr.rTasc cities, of who the has country.15 years All etpcirip -' na7'ireef.': ;3ae1aionvtne, n ) roadwajV ; .' !-> .'' jf 'INKSin._ .-* a >
_ roodswwnrraIkttl. r ?
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s aI'JowaM'sro tbtcfcz'e a d... ,, : r n.aiTt.ar-ui -- '- _) *z .. .Gi'dcerie. C. A. C )ic 44 Atey _
.- ,p, I ,ts ) i-- t JJ. 1tOLTtfl : a hand aswirtmeni of arioM styles owwtantjy on
ii i' e ) : and mado 16 orle -
r' '
L L TttrtkrOaT MtBUttctlWd
staIJegz tt sa tc ,- ,rta.ufJ .ti'j4.j -ro:4: '. 1J lc
,a hal eirLE.x jill bIAD IljOIflt .' '*. BUTTER ;13iAibIg shipping orders. --- <- -** .y ;ENvELoPS: ;
.k iIL
LUW, .
1q c &rATiONERin
% Thwin '4ntjption, t .rT' -- '1 dtnpin 't 11AM 'a 11 v !T f fii

-ieUiemai 7iquor '. Aeo1 SIDES,(b 1KtULIiftS 0 : U&vc't4i l.trs. Thrjw' !aget house, OTJ FISKMEprJ'cj'I' ; I j. ': .
1 ;t Adam.traeWet' 'wIll tkebdasde-on> feahonab'.tcrInMi.
I ,, furiiith nPmid BIuc-cxMW.
: '
iu _
: ridr; : 't" --rJrtSixsrwertf.
: :
., ,4- --. : _, : r 4zt-r i ,, I will a1tQ't1t nIce new roompricti'.rnfcjfing/ lit '- >> t"-" ?rr r i i"." *'LQT *Jt N *i *v'4LE 0ai1Iv. .-. I -
tofVJ jwr month; ltI4In tbffniountirae I sin pmepn4, ; _f'w
4Ua4n-U* ) I OEFi *:sale tHvTIuabl iwin ;.i' tI.iiit1IGs;
to do drcftft-touUilg) BAVC canted on thin business for a af ? iSiOftJtand >> :
a-fl IvflhiM dtb. :we141 1,1 ? )silLI 1' ; i'g...... : Si' 'n'o'iaaci ? series of yeori in vw\ot the most foshionpble citlea in the' ,They 1"11-frqnt rfve.FeKlo2t .
are deepi WM. ALSOI' 4tI4TA1i '
4? 4& '' iV IJ O 4 s '' C iwpth.- 'I furl tUAured tf ati can "1vetJe-tiout in r.aitcattthg ? r 1 -

.wi stb nore eorI vAt--f3LJtJt iiOsr w,7fe|| ii ja ft.C.j,: .. .. . .. ..RNJMS'. ... L, '.. ), 1 ,gi Nw51 orkftnd and*. ..j.''mftklno rtl jj-l.| JLj*ldei'_ r lurktok. i 'ttw'latest, 1rc: 'D'flViO ; r r4'' -' ,, a $. : ,1)jJ.4 _- '4t :

I _,___ mnnna : : : r' ,, ,,, M. TitOIN N. 'JZi'EiTCQEIaiitiyon: bn&Ir ul .,. i .ji : : -
... .. :: ilsA1uRqs ( %.
slga ; iSg&'AAiss' 4 preptue to furnIsh
-c' nmtble .
nolletf tta ) Th1 4 _
cleanvra of d3Ccterifert; inI a ... : 4nd othbtbtye : 2 ti '; sj- ;, ,
'. t>< *. -''. ,; ,;, 'Viiis .JA1zJ.iIIck: !. j otiawn 4t-t, ihctkg r 1or$ttiee

e 't exit aoil.ljj1r r 41LcCL1LLANjB2'GLSB -
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Mr nU unyreariodlyIsocculd t, i: ",- "1 :- ,s i-,, .-. ; ,.,, 1,*, 163

.j4cT : far aflff'worthy' .9iiPEAflr1 ttz'r, LY : '.I arwi .8atsjm&ji, GtAlt .

V w) >' .. njtod fih di l J I Bdonga / -r (.4.ginvnts of tton and all other southern"pro.Juc{ I eij

fi5 yiMafair tffa>i >- "k ,,6nL the 1a9tesisz4 ont'coeWa aortmetii oL

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