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: November 9, 1867
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: UF00053711:00074
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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: : .."Wetakei._ Ufa following Mtracta from a peech stftubonal convention*_.fur osrihg to MM party When 'and where did it ever lower a man to liilet4. ; f'Lenc amid
'C ( nTGS"'B''n"7c 1: : Attanuj ::\ :.., Solidor.ijji, Cbmoarj] delivered bI Oen C. d. Andr wl' f llinpebota": hyaterics (caused perhaps by the stimulating raise tip and, improve hi* fellow creature f '. A WakulieExdelegptes..JToU fUr -

.. ', '. .' < naioje of our atmospau.-. had you rememb Territoty inTerior to a $ *. id it lower the ot1.r..m.foar.
Our highest duty at this turieis to i aid all in Our rj*couple of conveutkmi)-declined to txtend sister States when they accepted the Territory of de1egatelt .0 fo !. .

'"KAn Jd't *Ler1Dt oothnssioe, of Deeds; power to make the peace lting and trWd1y, the right of suffrage to the colored nan, X feltiurrlsed. Utonasota into th* Union or'when they accepted To the 8th'DIsbictuQnt.fItidh.cm,A'
vn COMX4rM4\ C and to r84tabli.b not'm rtly fortnil union delegate*;* : >: .d- .3"*
wheA Kansas : ?
ft\'JB 1'! Especially was Tjurpried \ Oregon :As a matter of. fact I
-'-Ic,4AR1Rcey buts ooloB.jp(!. .Oar: JioaWial jnterarta was denial to the and to Indian! To tho SthfBistrict- o 4ijt e.i.. .
it is creditable
n, ..a,".Ii..... negro given suppose more to man to be a and Suwaanee -
oar interest u great power, require*thu and bad two delegates.
; who adopted the hablts civilisation. It citizen of a republic where all the men are freemen
:nricmAtOFncz'W 8JUNOroIrDO'rnR .f n l Uth.. n ta beyond these1'consideration! orery 'one of ua a clause in favor of negro suCrag bad been inserted than wbertf half are little' better than I To theLafayette 10thiDsttrttt < .*r TayWsmd

: B TIN'JACXs WvtT'r: >riiKkD4btU.&fl..1na&ailpr MC th.
c 'iIocat4onBaIStMwher* -iJ.-orry;7'LA multing after ao' great a war/ut a great and pwpls in 1b57, I should hats.Voted for it; and To tht.lrUs DsetnIct-codnty'Macb.as,

"..M< Dn'ur f .. ._ permaiuuit. peace ; ipeedily accoajpluUei', On I mould have considered it a'.Semocratic act- FlorisU BJkcUost-OiaeUI Order. three. delegate -
1IfIIIIIta'W T thf 12th District-M
thew pointa then ca q be no didarenco ebf unU \AllUlIia .
allooN4 oa all sraw el Kv Dollar sal ,f among Soq my hearers may remember that in the
.. ..11 of 0. Dollar.11 Nus4. .RBANK'Sf SO/LLES./ men who love their country.: "I: shall have the PjBjidentiiJ can van of, 1860,1 complained of lIuJ: BTWt*, TUIKO MlLRAKT DlSTWCT,) and.Bate two'delegates. ..r I
Jt..x.-t". .L:JIIITt:. honor to nbmit to 'OU'that in order' to aocorethu UB.lnainctrity of Republicans in refusing to (GsonoiA, ALABAMA. & FLORIDA.) > I To the 13thDisuiot-counties ciBradjordand

JI'I1 '1t' 0. !'. ... jaj. jams union and peace, thoquttionot aUvery-and pit such a clause intotha.constitation submitted ATLANTA, OA., October 6, 1887. e JfGnfr Clay, one delegates- .>

the qaetticpi natnrally springing out of it, mn't by their wing of the tot"ention. I remember -
:: JOHN: CTj A'RK' AT be settled on principles of |u tioe. In ctLer tli,ltopablic w'ereso tidly scolded fur their Dnval aad St John's. four daleeatc .
> l\iEW.YO. F CES" words that freodom'mtut be* aocored In goo4 coot by sonic of their own journals. L JJ7' eae. By the terms of an Act of Congress To thl tk District-countw* of P.teaa. I r
. 1U1WLBDDrG A COHKI86I n. A3OIADAY.T'iIff ; faith V>. the Ireodmen. I abaji submit that in entitled An Act to provide for the mort Marion and Levy, four delegate "
Ye someUmos hear in the
AID > a L.EOBIN80N, odetoIc99rupliIhthiI.wemustithLthefreod.men people Kprth MV efficient government of, rebel States" pasted To the 16th Dipttict-eountist of HsrCando

r Gnrr P01'TBM'STITM or FLORID'. bro the right of mJlraee as protection the *"dout ,cana anything about tbe.'fiwualsd ; March 2d, 1867 and the Acts snpplementiry and Surater, one delegate. ., _
that it is for the
.JOC1U- ?ROy1IOI.BAY'GWSj.IQUQ&8. 'TWo -j and security M tieir fretdora. We are each responsible ith.011 impossible black face to thereto, iII made the duty of the Co-nunartdiag To the17th smtlre- Blushes,, ,

U4EL1eI -* .. according to our influence, that' (ra .: 111'8 wflldi lermS of political equaliiy-they !. General of this Military District to cause a reg Pulls arMr-Manatssy ous dsUpte. : r-.rvi \
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AIm Pot rn airiwraiti CTSAKU. : dom is made good to &h four mfllion* of blacs 1 out-they will be extenuinated..AKow\ istration to be mad of the male citixsi* of the To tI\6. Wth District-ooantW. c. .Tolasia, f" [
pBM4'e- -. Una-,ful-" '. '' *' 'o.R JU.l\T; of tb.Sooth and that they be not loUn a worsoconditon I tipsider SUCA.A sentiment narrow, selfish, 'State of FIo'rMa, twenty-one year of age and ran'Brevard and Dade eel deteftaU.*" .
*'& -"..w-r-y---- mean, anti-democratic anti-republican. Here and the of Tit tiuf 19th District- of.Menroa .
ATTORVXT AX9 COtTIfSKLLOR AT LAW, tl&n the; formerly were t1l upwards by timns said Acts qualill.ed u county M*
is of who 'oJ
race man '
they left to be treated obnoxious'race a generations ago were to vote and after such registration U complot delegate, :
WiUdnson Call j A rso nut, nl. are as an brbngfat hither by the white. They Americans ,.
'vr' and heir rights trampled in the dost, the people birth. know no' other are to order an election be held.-at which : By Command. of Brevet Maj-Oea. POi"II. '
COrXSELLOEATLAW . BruttetiB'tlMVtkUtAdViillAi: ttQoufj. theDoited bUtae will be by They :: country. the voter ot said State' shall for \
: registered vote
Dss' : ? iaIlf accoofUbla for it This iI thdr home. Some of their ancestors :
:TALLAHABSEfL,TLA.VTTIu.rl i in bistoTTi And will duserre the reproach of the nerved in"ev.w.r have had. And or against a Convetion for the purpose of ostabliihitur CLAY.vWOp. .,
sltenHoe'easts'ht tie and I circled'world. The question of we yet a Constitution and civil government for t 4
Bopme :1' negro suffragein Assistant O
'C4P4 because Adj. a..
and .
\\ VuaiitCouruoFlaandmthsCouieef the U '. 'this State therefore becomef one of great im- they are blacky inferior to the white said State, loyal to the Union, and fur delegate : V
f_at stWsiluiiti cttr,. faru permluad bv uz1it1u I-bwza CHOICX f AHILT GROCERIES I ram such if the selfishness nf men that they are to said and
For we could i insist that suffrage Convention to give at least thirty
parlance hardly InitrctteL. for .
.& Ci OLS4t 1 aDd cIII..8bJpB_ A-on*.Ateud inclined even to deny them their lair and proper
.should be extended to the frtwdman if days notice of the tine and place at which the '
Fatter, WIIMLVjiormttji i ,ToUeco, k' *e and title DIITIUCT
DR. FTMTT.T! T._. SABAL, Bay III',Juuo.nu.t S..1J. '87.-411II.. d.nie4 \it to the few. colored men jn our own uf name them. Bdcausa as they a race have, and been speak down-trodden sneeringly : election shall be held ; and the laid registration Omcx ScraJturrxHDixr or 0'&Fw.lDAJ J" '
| been made in the State of
1 midst' Jt U important that Minnesota should having Honda, It it
in jACKsoxmxz ftc Oct.
E. PEEEY race they are disrepute they are "niggers. ,
oFP.cE the and ;
meet question fairly aqnanty and act .
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Vit.ignorant and base minds sneor stigma CizcvLacrw8. ,
Ore Fmak SmlUi'i Graenr:i& r*. U naor on it with ooorage as well as caodur.. If it is of rtproach upon a man or party goes a great r II. That an election be hrId ia the State of S ,. ,.. ;. V

sIS'BLO..7dak ATTORNEY. AND COUNSIiL.'L.OR' right that colored men should.'yotelet Minnesota way It was thus that the J'hraa, moan Florida commoncing'on Thursday,the 14th.dayof 1 Ucneral Order No 74 Bead-quarter Third

FI-i'a. (PeII.14 ZN7.-1$. '.A.T fJk.yr.so so declare. Yan.oe" had such effect among the rebels. If November; 1867 and continuing three da's, Military District Atlanta, Ga.. October 5, 1867.ii ,
COURT STREET'BOatou. For mjsclf I would have prrferfed to remain | at which the registered voters of said State may herewith transmitted for 'year ia&nmaQoa
are ao prejudiced against class
men a rare or
L. WARBQCILAXT ,' 1-I.j' '. Hasa. Dent in this canvass, but I thought there was to Jury them their true name we can bardl'oxpect rote ''for a Convention" or against a Con- I and guidance. ..4ri *[- .
-' too much inoifference on this one importantquestion vuntjofl;" and for dulugates to constitute the The following detailed instrnction for Beards
will be
-4441 they to j
k k willing grant them l1ti.
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AVCTIOJ'EElL OKTEJULMJKKCHAST OOOUJS10. ; and I therefore appeal to tha patriot- cat lflvil.oc.) This idea that live Convention; in case a majority of the votes given I of Registration in this State, are issued in ooto- 0
] they cannot at
urn of the feople, and heartily beseech them to'' | on that shall be for Convention with Par. of the wboransisysd
with whiles is question a pliance VIII
,_._ ___It. bears rvpn:nant to Christian i
ur ZRZZ1J4CiO1VYLL1 ZLLeasisaaap J. SANDERSON ..
,. 1 "' cmloation. Why fan they not live at peace? and in case a majority of all such registered I Ueneral OrdIlS'l' .

pOOIrSD. ATTORNEY A'r LAW TB* wam or scrr Aosf Is it tucaote they will not obey the laws of society I voters shall have voted on the question of holding 11 The Boards. of Begistrifion will -meet _
fcr patties laths all articles tile I
ro nrcbate ccttalrjr is the right of saying through the ballot-bos urh Convention.
f There i to at the County Seat of their respective Countiesat
; s11.e&Ihe Ie aea K. JACKSOSXVILLE FLA. \ who shall make and who no reason apprehend they
October 11-17 account thall administor the will be dillOr urIJ'. Why must they be exterminate 1JI It shall bn the duty of boards of egistraUon 10 A. M. on the list day of Oetobe*, and
Aqu&-tf :"yHOMfcjNBUBAMCE Uws and of this
I : on great importance !? What in will remain in session for five bundav
II to hinder their going along Florida commencing fourteen days day ( u.
L. F DEWEY is'often mcokroned as a sacred trust It is in ,nod their to thy election herein for the of the Kepaum-
COMPANY OF the of be penotably earning livelihood just as prior ordered, and giving cepted] purpose revising
natum trim democracy to liberal in I x- they have fur a lung unto.Vho is goiriK to bet j uonaile publio notice of toe .time and place tion list accordance with Par ui.O.oral Order
at !
Law this
Attorney NewHQ.vcnCon: I tending light I never apprehends any irritable as to begin a ijuarrul with (hem f_ i thuruif to revise fur a period of five days the NO 74, and the Act of July 19; 1867, Xke
.an |I danger from giving the right to adopted citizens \. Ito ..m.trl.e the first How? Will be some ruriitraUou lists, and upon being satisfied that revision will be mad b the "Iterirtratioa &eo i
MARINE vm VIRKQAc UIreIU."fCZ. of foreign birth, and I look bark J> tho wrvicoI white man of stub narrow views, of such strong a.ny person not entitled thereto has been registered onT retained by each Board. Tboblunk.page ;1

TJ.. COMMISSIONER, dar,.*OB the COCTMT' of 7.r4tk' tat Ocean R. F. naturalitud citiiens
Jec'J-4f fLOYD.. enL right of during the Know fly into a passion at tight of a colorod man 1 the list and such person shall not be ulUwed to recording aH named added donor 'the the days, ,.
Jacksonville Fla.ry .' with
Nothing excitement as much satisfaction meeting with success in Ih"l &am.e businuss is his !I ".. The boards of registration shall also, during and each new name will b* numbered as 1a the -
Offioe'in rear of !'. Bank. t. W. M. IVES IArrplLltzT' I as to anything I have ever atirafpted in civil own. Ko man with an America heart in him 1 t I the same period, add to curb registry the preceding .. Separate gad dailksiU. .

-Sir* M-tt .,. life. Mr- Burke well said, that in order tn love would wish his country to yield to such unworthy ,|I names of all persona who at that time possess lists of the names of those*tvfused registration .
JOHN AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, our country, our country must 'rat be lovely. aoutimonts I'''thu i qualifications required by iaid Act who and of those stricken from the lists, will be '

PARDY, LAZE CITY FLA, citizen In order, it that must a afford country him may some appear rights: love1ytoa I ask if the colored people haw not by their !| have not been elrAdy registered. promptly soot to this office. .
MAXUFACTUHEB OFpm&t Ltoe-'U tf blessings; something butter than uu'crial com-\ good behavior and character coutnulictod all tho I I I IV. In deciding who are to be stricken from III. Printed lists of registered Voter to con-'
unfavoroblo predictiiuis that wurn Uiade :'', or added to the registration lists, the Boards fares to the Registration Record tot arrca.
furls and the the vonceni-
more liberty,
Exuurxq, ,Te iniia, BUOAC ROL James B. Daw lns ; more security
it affords'him, the more lovely it seems to him, ing them. bvfbre and since tle Emancipation I f I i will be guided by the LAW and the acts supple1 ed alphabetically, will be despatched She-
LEnS IROS ASD TflLaJBS CABTIKQ8. ATTORtrr. AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IJr and the more will he love it, and the more will Ion know as ..11..1 that thuy have. Aud 'I 1, mcntary thereto; and their attention is especially sevural Boards as fast as coinplelsd. .'.-

J4CJUOXTIU." fCt.r \ 4 ZjTITY.tkT be fight for it. Do you supposo oar foreign- yet my observation has enabled me to well confirm j!! drawn to the supplementary Act dated July eloction day, theliusttd will add {(.altihabtticU- I'

*o.mi, tf ? OJt.vixrn.ts 'L.A,17 born citizens would have volunteered so numerously what you Lave learned in thuir favor. Although i lth, 1867. ,' ly) to the printed list the Aantas of |U jsnctis

to fight fcr the Union or that thoy I wu aware battLe biu-ks of the Southin V, The said election shall be held id each registered during the lid,days r who arequaliW-

ALBERT JRlISSELLt.; 1 : STATIONERY would hare made such eat float and uU..nt sufdiers general intelligence dfiyVd from association county at the County. ,Seat,_undur the superintenucice to vote. *)
if they had 'not enjoyetf equal Joitiral! witttl.the, whites, wore tf-.Uclfin advance of the o? Ito Uoards ot UegistraUon' as provided IV. The members of the Board of Bgtkta- f
Practical Cy-pe..c' Fokkw' rights with .us:if thny had not enjoyed the blacks of the West India Islands, 1 was nevertheless by law,' .nd in AVoordtnce 'with instrno- thom in this slat will act a* Jodp* of -fftivn.
1rIU." aIII all w41I IS 1I U.Y1Q14iopeIcII. AT, THE,'POST. OFFICE !II right of suffrage fr It is not Iikely"they would much surprised at their inodurntioatht lions to be b.eroa/ter issued to'laid Boards. In ease of a vacancy in any Board, the nmht- V

Mind SB the*vanished gust workmanlike.i4u as*mwinw.<. ,&*raraitam*. .>- -- ,' : ,. ., I have done so. 'But they felt,'and truly felt, diFcreliun, thuir industry and their b"'II rILI good VI.'All Jodsrqw'and Cletk'etnployxd in con- ing KegieWar* will appoint arid qualify in accordance .
f liim>yj| 4 wlM ,MH<_. tktf. hw)**Mq frrt a tell--e nHmM* of that they ware fighting for tbei own country behavior. It had been prouirto.1, you know- I ducting said election. shall before with Par.:.V;. Ufoeral Order N/' 7 V .
.' -'S Oa&8.. II'N&.lIta Ollp.oonsL.ting ofNOTE. lit wrongfully predicted-that they would make tommanciug P.
"f.i."j "" for a government which they bad an interest to hold the same bo sworn to the faithful pertorni.nio competent person to aet-with thsoi aJ.d( of 1-
LEGAL CAP The country seemed lovnlyo them, and they bad VH nf liberty,that they would nsui t 1. acts
J. D. MITCHELL, M. D., LETTER FOOLS' CAP, lotcd it enough to fistht, and die, if need be for rrucOly and 'cn 'C&nc. IfounJ that thpy .. >e to'tb.e oath of office prescribed by law sots' the soU (*!. IQ W. oca. t. .
BILL CAP. BILLET its preservation. Why did tho rugged i LIT, of behaved quite the rontr..ry.TI1.! from ex'perienrt i! for eTicCTi! {if the United States. V. The Election rill be held >in the Coon -
FHTSICJAJT ASD 8TBOEOS.UiCee .r PEXCIL8, ENVELOPES, Switzerland seem so sweet to the patriot Toll? in Arkansas, Alabama and Texas. The 1 House at each county teat and if there W BO
PENS PEN HOLDERS cf the freud people lor kuou l kd. j VII. The polls shall be opened at each voting
.'"Imerre4ilattea of Fanrta t Becanse they were his home of litxuly. eageriiuis ; !Court House, svtk-ooBveaisot.placo as this
J A. r rffc .,.corner, Feb. (3-tf WRiriO FLUID, PORTFOLIOS Ae.v Why is it we hear of discontent and strife in Die rupiJity and g.D.ait, u ith uhuh they mI I plbcu during the d..pucilied, at M 'en o'clock Board of Kegistration shall select ,
ta'Id .b.IM aele ,.urpnsiti,. 'llll' "lao. ; in the forenoon, and cAxwd at six o'.IlK" in the
&CXOOL 'SOOJCS some fth.South Amencan Republic f Because VI. The Judges of Election willtanvide'at
2ETN"A. Ucb I.tI\y\ la tti public irt K.w York priow. I nlm of the elements in their governraeats that are not attend rsligioua meeting un>rvnainnnAi !ly than afternoon and shall bo kept open between those each place of election, on* bstantial ballot- ,S
keep *fl htad and rocriTt dally ell Ke York .iiT and republican. Becaune, their laws are unequal; they had okrr done and it was pluin Ihuir hours without.intennJMKin or adjournment i iVIII. box to receive the votes. Each bdllot, received :..

Life Insurance Company lbed Werkir PaP*.an veil as all tile popular)&& .of they do not guarantee religious liberty. Such lalujuhs a urn louder turn Lvloio they were hal-I The Commanding ollicw .f tho District shall & through an .aportSM ta the HJ,
Ohr 7"me a call and examla tny Mock.OP government are not lovely to the jiruKTiM free. There. but Ii'Ut" irimu among (Ii ; of }Florida will issue, through the Superintandsnt b, the Judge who receive it, aod.ia oootkscmanner.

ASSETS OYEty $4.0QO.OOQpO! 504C.FBIDA" E.II.REED. and oppressed,, Why is them discontent in the very few bed to bt' uncitcJ. I consider of Itarj&tratiun fur that Slate, such detailed .' -V S .
British dominions to-day f Because the loa_ ciitniiNasm, in the puisuit of kuo..leJj'U a mu.tstriiin I instructions, as may be necosMry to the VII. At the time of the opwa *f thai poBs' V

AJlD.AProLY TPC$1JIO. 4GENY are denied the right of suorago. The aristocratic { and prornimng tact then, at to loyalty conduct of said election 1 in conformity with the the ballot-box shall be publicly exposed, *a tkat

PPUCATIONB ,.a' a4'?o1di. funailhe4 element in KngUud think it dangurous to \o wull know how ur.\''' bow ronstnnt; I Acts of Congress, IIowl' as far as may Le with the i t may be need that there an no bclloU lhantm.i .
A by W..) LJUtf.J. .& .oV TUB give the right of suffrage to tae poor class of the how increRt) bow faitiJul it has bom. How I 14 ns of Florida. i The box shall be securely doted a 4 not WI

.. 2ct. JaclramnIKDATO white men and the poor classes tinder the.'Briti many Federal priftonvn Uavn been M "'hll-\'llill- I IX. The returns required; by law to bo made I again opened under any pretext wkatvi siLt r

: NEW.E'N-GLAND i government especially, in Ireland are discontented. ed in tlioir tx-tfc l y hint k men! Nut one that of the results of said ultnlion to the Commanding after the dote of the third day of lection. TW
) 0. LOVE i* 'Their country would stern ;-more I crerliiaiil of over bctrn.*! a Unioti j'riwmer. I OoniTal .f thiii Military Diltric-t, will 1wrendiTvd Judge of EJection shall havcastody mad fehdd J

CEOCEtt ASD IOMTSSTDSLERCELT Emigrant Aid lo'elyo them if it gave them the privikirt that M Slobilo olllb" hit :F.Hitth of July thi br! k by the |l"'noTI'appointed superintend responsible for the safe-ksYDUig of tile kal- "

Company, belong to freemen. Y\U will find that tlinno republics |114X'1'1"ro the only one who crlcbratnd tho the same through, the Comm.bdinqofficer of lot-bnx .nd- .-CoaUoU. -

BAT STREET; iACKSO KTliLE,FLA. 0 : have been the most "eruiiRpolitical ".J.in day SlId they did it yrcll. Their soldiership: hitS thu District of Florida, and in accordance with VIII. The Judge* Before OOniIiaIc1nuIOis.
; .JACj3O1fVILIJ, TL.A, most disribnt. surpriiod e\ery O l. I nuvor had but onocol04 Uiu detailed iiutructions Tv'ferred ceive balluts shall caused to be alood
game la>. E rti, Oaln.Ik Co, 5?T.Jm w. I, privileges were equally : ; tj already to. proclaimed
R-r .. &Co.. A. Le .aI.Us. .hwlI the poojile-all the people were f'W. ,, legiment in roy (.on'nuiid, that "as the X. Xo liogistc-r, who 'is a canJiduto for el c- that tho polls are oped. Bat tm lallot. tie

rurnru. ernes: It was so in the republic of .oma, in the a,.'o olhr S7th Arkansas, and an excellent rcgimunt lion as a delegate to the Convention, shall servo received torn each voter, which ahaileoataja V
Aujac. l.t 1867. 817 o Tmmt treet, Boeton. Mua.ebuaetti.Z.gLary. highest splendor. It wa in the days of hergreatest but 14-ave seen enough of colored troops to admire as a Judge of the election ia any county whichhe his vote upon the question of>Coaver &maa4 V

C, OILLIS T.'. 701tBt glory that lie a'lowtd freedmen tooh. 'tiu.r! gallantry and efficiency. I h.vesoun seeks to represent for delegates, either or both,sake WissyioMrM t .
If yon would link the bearjs uf the pn>i]"lt together theta a.! sunlinvb 01 cr val Oable public property IX. fiich voter in presenting bill balls*,.shall
.jTO-vjr-iTi r; in affac iot for their country male it the -I have; s en them us careful pickets. In XI. All public bar rooms saloons and other give him name to the Jodgt* of Etectioa, who

Dee U PAXATKA. FLA. UDo" lor da Agency: source of security and blcssiiig to them ; let the the ftl!{ of Blakely, llawkituj' colons Jivision places for the sale of liquors at retail at the several shall receive the ballot, and call k*nasaej andii
: laws over them be equal in thuir operation ; then was 01 my immediate right I unce ,,..,,,1' couuty seats, shall be closed front six o'clockon bly, and if be be registered, and b&ari dedt.

Ooau 8tt.Hot r ski FeaWOffiM). Jaduonrill, '. the citizen will be a voluutatysentiwu1, and soldier along thuir hole line, (Mid the only fault I the evening of the Thirteenth day iof November yesxintheetateandbsth.mn.w4a.&tahinu
F.MEQICIS, I watching the interests of his rnuntry and cou!.! find with them was that they WPTJI until six o'clock on the morning of the to be, his ballot will be 4.pOsV4hS t \ V V V V
1I"AJiD'): CHEXET Seventeenth of
In dav November 1867. And the
., : leady and willing to go forth and Cght its bat too recklrss of their livea. the viotwiuus av boxandhiausuesr1h1besochackedorrnesbeIin ,
Sheriff of the County;: shall be held
sault their valor was of the highest order and responsible
ink the list to a'Mpeli
on printed a* prevent *
for the strict enforcement of this >
the works were carried so simultaneously in prohibition,by V
TUII QCj.LmC4TIO pv- tion of hi' !' Seehcheckahihlb.ecesholeE E
STENCIL ctrrrKB.JAczoIrYn.L. LANDS, division the arrest of all parties who the
ery part that each claimed the honor of may transgress evidence ofbb voted. '' : V
having -
FLA ta riorUa hi Urife aramalTpamftle,.hinlf l.Bud tmr.efauBM for suffrafre should be as complete'' M a high mounting the rebel! parapets first In the battle same. V
1.1 ,"Wi Mttltn far the X.n'1'bepolla will be closed promptly- at 1\ I.' .
at)P.1IcnrM' 1. IMlooa,vffl or earn CAB apply at thia offlociniddfatK
'of iriliiation and culture
W state < can make them. of Jenkins Ferry, where tien. Steele defeated A XII. The Sheriff of each County b further
den mj ar>xM.-. prr.ofly-by& M., tin the 16th dAy November, wfatn the t V
X M ftaM itotm op nwtly. tttt We could,wish them greater than they are.Considering .- superior force uuoW Kirby Smith the undaunted required to be present the place of voting daring ballot-bn shall bo opened add th. .ball** 0
out of th.Stale vno nj desIre In.frwm.ttq'e that undur a populat government of tho colored the whole time c V
troupe was that the
.qMvtoc ar to ,eale iciUnnmto4lamdiliiFk courago specially polls are kept open, counted by the Judges one of wham sLIt take
Up pwctoaaa r
thone entrusted with suffrage are the scarce of commcnd In all of our armies where Via until the election i ii and V V
DENAUX Ma.tnlk a W to am TmtiB to thlSula they completed, is made th m'seperatoly front the box,readinsllch alou ,
or for of aa4proIIabl sovereign power one could wish though in vain, have fought good and valiant haG that interference with the .
,ptirpon uTWtinf ocpaI safely Soldiership responsible no Judgesof and the other two r co ding (in the usual wa}>) j'
,,can apply 10 the,Compaay. Ia boston,or they had what Sbakfpeare calls. been their general & \. And these men election or other interruption of good order each ballot at read cut-V '" <' I ,'. 1 h '

Upholsterer, Cabinet. Tb klnf-beeomini traeee, we are told cannot exist here u our political shall occur., And any Sheriff pi other civil officer 11.'When the votes are I IaBi.otmt4 A. ;I J

ASDliATTRESS EDWARD./ .1._1C. CgtNET. Bounty A. jwHoF.TTrtv, penrvcmaao. SnnpKane, macy.*1..111.nablnieat. equals How does this sound for a couutry that failing to perform with energy and good faith Jndgos" election shall malcp and osrUfr a Jrtab- f I
Uon fortiloda.Air. claims to be the asylum of the oppressed-the the duty required of him by this order, will furnished election t. .;
.J _n.> ,paUeneo. ooureta. .. tip- meat on blanks tetums. ,
S"All I.tiea rttnlrlog a* aanrcr snout aocloM 'hepropw u liladstcne in a late speech in the House 'country that receiver witn open arms the downtrodden on report mane by the Judge?of election be arrested showing the reunite sueb count,.and b>>.! ; .E ,
'\ c. A4aaw sn4 Fins IIIlMIa S1agsrs3u141ng '.. '48UJ.C. of Commons in favor of extending the right of and poor of every climb that has given and doajt with by Military AothorityXIII. sign the printed lists certifying fMIIIMW. wjV-

( lCQOlfTILLZ TL& suf nge, says the qualifications which fit a man the'right suffrage to humble foreigners on their foUowing'extract ta from :iOenenl bpen-the: list of rcgistertdi voters used 'by 1 arm f

f .l.lIr.-.ll.. GRACE. .& CO"1 for u exetriae are salAcorimand. self-control declaring their intention to become citizens f_ Orders No. 20, from theae Headquarter,are republished at sM election.-.They wOT. thee -elbe km'I. Sand .: :

[1 respect for order, patience'jider suffering, confidence = And these blacks-native* nf dir, soil-whose herewith, for the information and guidance plainly mark th*contotit of theyb allot torifoUpwsi L "'
TVHZEL. in the law, regard for his superiors.' 1 ancestor shouldered the musket in our revolutionary of all concerned'')* U "The ballots of.- ..Ceuaiy.:? i'- .

tr 8al Iligzrgwcra submit there are two other qualities a man war, and wore complimented for heroism "XII. Yiolenge'x>r threat of violence ,. XU.4The President of the Boardiof *gistratiott ; :
WR BALK etrEA P. Fresh apd ; Fish by Jackson jn the war of 18 It!, who have or any "
A.ken_Tortin. Water : should possess to be well qualified to vote-patriotism other oppressive mean to prevent any person: in each county, tmtundrat<4y aft* thioomplstion '. .
.' te.: Apply at tb.. WbeA u>Sod Omt WRAP,'jAc&soxriur 4i4.. and ndepend nce.: To vote right a man fought nobly in the recent war-how will it from registering hit name or exercising hill political i of their report of election will forti. :
ought lo love his country and be independent sound la tory, that free, republican America with proceed to deliver in ptrtat at this oftIt.. ,'_.:
rights are positively prohibited aad it it
T7 ESH8 li ai ftaiTpok lhilM eD4 fcretdai Uj ; .
thin for the opprocaud-drove '
pISK-SSffiTALICBTmiAI, ; anytiolatoathalUMofUaltaULcada.Ord ; enough to vote according to his conscience. If asylcm &hiarace' diatincUy announced that no contract or agreement the Printed Ltat, Sealed Package if 1&11GtI, ;;

I tl. eoonurr.. promptly....(.t coded to. and we should restrict all voter*'to this standard you from her'borders I Imagine what serene pleasure .,' with laborers which deprive*them of their Q1emIReportoftho.YDt.V.eda.oeh,3lih : '
,. at1acdo aattae& will with that white would there will be for these exclusive men-this Uiarefor froth (haBuperintmdent :
men of receipt
_" agree me many I for longer'time than that *fiitrtii<*, taking V
._to the.dty wtI.II UIoIrOW1l_ live wage any actually
--- arutmrtty / ccJo-w1o cuinot under the .
be excluded. It is that thousands ; ,' 1. i
tab finch an consumed in will
"o at amall aXpe. BOOM a n M o/Aioa flah, the black registering or voting, be permitted "'
by aunply aa. tharn parted In lea V of men are under such constraint from'par.y same government will -to remain 16 be enforced against them in this District ;XIIL The Boards of Beon imp ,- ::
... I..TAipnmirr"ijj' *.o. euca, association that they vote contrary to their and enjoy, the peace and liberties which these ; and this offence or any previously ed to kop all official book and paper la tottrpossesakm V S V

--. '.:IO- ,- __ JI) 1.Iucb a. aaiec.3-St. UTe CaL honest OOIIY c\' 'And yet it w nld be absurd very black shed their blood to secure!. Louis in this paragraph,will cans the immediate mentioned and'by them only an they ls b*. .V '.

to think of selecting out of those who literally XIV by a revolting persecution, expelled the arrest of the offenderand hit trial before s1ii;| 4 until th y are forwarded tathis:. '"
KEPT--u. tar. and all Protestants from France Sl ain under a baneful a .' .. '
within the excluding V
1UBLaJ'O.I come qualification Commission1ILL'heezerciseohhsrightof .JJ4JtT.
saihs Military a1B. : 4
and drove from her borders :5 U. .
) FRANKSMITH Agt. others. We must act on the principle of the malignant star, V a .'.
j greatest good to the greatest number.,To obtaina different sects and the remnant of a feeble race. every duly -4\1. ,
JtUP .41(1) TOM. 1lTu1r.1 ,. I But these were acts worthy only of the days of authorized voter, under Ute Jite Acts of Congress movID% J.
I &LJ 4K A6kXT PoR KG. 1 Samitds' Block treat good w* must MllDe mea submit to alit ','
to register and Tote Ia ,
have guaranteed
lean the
the Inquisition. Let us no that by
kOflICE5 ... I do not think}hat all colored are we
---r ."- C.u.VDI o x. qualified to exercise' franchise.men But are falling on such miserable times. unitary"" Authorities of this District; and all By crier of CoL Job T. Ppragu, V :

1Iw. I.-ct 'k_.,, aFRESH .c JACKSONVILLE. FLA. many of them are qualified right to vote;and if theyare Daniel Webster said in 1850, If the black penoua whoaoever are waned against any attempt CIA F. LU'" Aia, lit Lieat'., -7di l _'y A. : .
interfere -
POISED HfEAL AND H.U Ie.*_aa4arrMBjBa W 8Mai aDd_Bbonl permitted to exerriso the'right they will be- race i* weaker, that is a reason against, not for, to this right to under prevent any man from exorcising Ai'O.. 't .:" .' : Ivw41l1TII

''**"*!Pork-ia barwla.and 1aa\t Earn barj klta- CodoOe and- oome-it w* who claim to be superior to them its subjection and oppression!' That i ie an enlightened other than objection by the any usual pretext whatever", ; "'. .
ROmNYr : ..adJ.a .Tea, Broken and do our duty-.-every year better qi alified to rota.They view of this question which I wish every = -Vaa.ar \ r ", 1oIa_ r .O' u4n.. akeJ.1411 ,. will become better educated take more man would how take. Give! the blacks an XTV. The regIstered 'f teri of Uf'asveral of high rank %t tIme South, who caaaot :
-.14-11 bJUIe..CIIII7. ,I hear discussions read opportunity to raise the staadard of manhood counties of the State of Florida shall vote at :
na..Df pot $als la' W., interest in public affairs, vote ire esz1lt* &.T*, n&w3tfcm
d:,.A JltJLnXG APP.UATD'I.TJIIl'eaa ibI, I the papers, observe and think, and get better informed as hIP u they can. The better they become aid flection for delegate to the CooTtnUon,*c- upon the Ooamtiional pUn"MaBy' ki- *. ,

eig1e1 fREeR u.u..IJrD. JW Y. McLELN ,the same as white man have been learn. Otanappiervesballallbe. fiat bow absurd to cording to the following apportionment made 1111 head at the North who isaloQtlj voted affarast i

4 Jr.-r01hr'rA.lli. ing and getting better quslifletevery- think that raising the colored man to political conformity to the provision of the second the Ootamntat daring th* ware ta raby aidiag '

J 7 .um Gn.tYri Learnup to vote, like learning to(win, require equality i* bringing the white man down. If tion ,f the Snpplsmenfary Act dated March. M, thcourayUtUfUldnxrtiBaUU4iritigennity .
i 1807J '
,I'-J ,"--' -. praetice/ ." yon reach out your hand to raise op and improve to thwart wcU irectod *aarti at padtt* V' .
BLANKS FOl SALE! : rVMBO .irrrsAC- n. the poor and weak and oppressed it make yon To the lit Distrwt- counties el, aeambia and cation,, ; ."' -. ,
w.mi..InUUlQE S '
AQESA beoeZactor and raise von up rather than low. Santa Boss three \lgata .. V i / ; J '> V I;
,4f' ; r. JA.C OJn IJ.U..f1.L i prerfcmi to coming to Minriesofa! T hs/1 been ert 10L 'Has it lowertd the whites because the. To the 2d District-eooutiet .of Wsltoa.and .n.Erie Dafpstth;allwUnt. \M twKdiw i. :

DEEDS. I \ >. .JlJrr.. :- tf tn the habit of seeing colonc1'JIIOII vote,in 'an negroes wets liberated f Did it lower the memory Holmes, one delegate."- that to* !bUc. party will ta Uw |&nwvsistef !
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ElI.tS c -t. : I Eastern fiut rt,was hardly notionabU thing, of Lincoln becaose besot the slave free f and Chtnata .
or LLDI ; To 3d District -counties of Wa jxlnjton, Ca!. Mgrtx pariUn lays Oa S l' ; 'j'
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10 'I .1 caused L4veaienOI toP10N0.-'h Di4JcIbwtade white soldiers because black soldier .
J aII4. uo winbannioalortatnt tiiaaal tile 4e.
FOR Hm1DTE.U::1i2b'I '- 'r 'TJ .' was a matter L... many others of pablie import bad equal military 'right ? Xo; and nome houn and Jackson' ;, four delegate KwodaaUof OM tars* mu af ', 4..

t A. "D. ). 'cQlxoy1fcE.1" m. ano which :iU no '.. 3fUone0eptwAsn will ft degrade white cituen if the blacks' To'tb 4th. District-coanty of Qadsdan. Bam and Japhsth jhwiaaiawto g i

.a C"fa.u.. .':L' llLAstts.._ or. i!f -. "" 'I ,iJ1.t., P f "- they r trIo part/ polite Th votinj was bar* equal political right. Did it lower Howara three dele>tei> ." woniiclHtrioB that wa*to t'

A rxiox wr .a4l 9'.*esisreli.LSr 118 doM as quietly I apooa a* 1 tt wed to'be when whet ha mot round through ths prison of To tile 6th *. of Liktrra- arid ./UI. Dti1 dravxntto put) far. .. r V
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l : '' \ t. : 0'_' bee on a stumping tour through the the Hillings pow- j>,r>lat al Convention and read it letter from Gen. Sax- reM cause, imajetue effort bad been reader te :'. ., 15.J.a i'T.JLgh rP'o a*gaoi ak Jfe.buiine .
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j 4 'Taakoiivm---- .- .: ': r State, have returned to raQ nii1JJa d Uuiai.ths text of bitter following article from tho ton indorsing He closed asserting that dfitach tie'black* fropr the Republican tickpt, the extent of ** 1 4 'anything eollD ect.4

': ( .' :- .-, opened their retoir.for the beiifit't'of( ) sod .the |i attack upon tiu p*pot tho' Repablkana of XacksoaTirb'werf tall Cop 6ot wjthyattn "-' oocssliiE1f .
: } u ; a eulogy '
.; i : .! =9. = .f this District d1as&fa: aa jce : of Richard 'We like grandiloquent, perhead./' ,; ? ,f- V & wjI ft>uWtr
1 : : 'ErI .:. : have beeir .Ua '! the article' w Wall'thftt > .r-VmJ;Brad rail i follow*! :tin soijw Inherent i ntl.ir *l-r'y an4-br the first. time in the -- h l.' l .'. fa farm or-1,
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I .....- U .. U Tl e Hon. D. Richard. ,op hand.
,, I.04 _. .._; men is contained in the following "l s- at Jacksonrilla on iWediuwJaj, ofTarn.ndJna, armed toro hit would vote for a man who ever owned a in direct defiance of their employer, 1 red mulioM.efrtoh* jsrwy year which .
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: l1JI4.: 'r' ;) son ;" hU return from an extended iummnir- tour on (lava.N. V .Thesa return' -*, as well.-&those from.Ii turn $ $.*ent to th*,*e*Aboard ani acroMths

,: 114_" '_ ": __ ; _LEcflo3.'t.'c DllTalcT V : lJ tpou't trust Southern rebels. I I2Don't througB'tte"westem part of tty Rta"MI'. ., p.innett, Esq., spoke.,ta- correc.; in/s, ana render it certain that the p 'urttkc TJeBS.'l'totarilli ltt.whhlUtlttiei of a.Tarion .
i ) Richards returned in poor health) and hai'beea representations and to announco himself 'Rad' brincie"of td-whrch;
a would
V ., ,. Southern Pgt'088ORitReoonatru tlOl.\-agtl_will only bei.p
trust confined toe .
: i V V loyalists.3'Don't to room with an aitjult of fever.jj'We "V "*v"' "
aHiTaifAbolitionistdr llaiiid t Air
: 1011# 4".. U'OB. mo.'fES.TO TOE I trust .Northern Y 1kee ., trust this ticknen will not prtfRitliu'attibdance 'repreaentation all be coneqratnatad without any trouble that git 1 rq Ja. of theezient0t
). .' on Constitutional Convention to which ami tionooghtto go together. lie had the whoUfoT'thV ten tebertteiV' be reorganuied .i buaintw don*m tfri eity I *

: i ": .1 mtion Convention. 4 Don't trust.in th$ Republican. pl .-. hit eloquent appeals to. the colored ritizoos of discarded parties heretofore and had never joined wider loyal auspice and 'retnn .to the b a.P" ki'9( industry. Life j.
\ t Cpidsden county secured his aominaunn. "'8' with lail llJa'ke '
I 'C ,iI" -, ...1r.. fore congratulate the lion. D. Kiohirds upon the any to auy 'one* ,burdenheavier. Union in the handa cf-the Republican party Mji: ''E..eytf ia OQ the hip prUtt .

; j COL Oi B. HART or DCVAU 5 Don't trust the Republican party. ucccsful result of hU expedition (thioii(,'.sorry and prepared.to caat,thoir electoral,rcUs fo* ,a, PPPA ; I |iy the gait, by the expreuiOrt .

i S '*'.. coi? P'W'. BAEDWELL, or PCVAL 0 'Believe in Billings & Co., be bad to.travel 10 far,) for i it V not olt-. tlHIt CoKmtl Wm. U. Saunders made the. ctoiipgipeeoh Kopuhlkan.candidate for"tha: Tfewdency. The of.taeu .by th* VT-way men talk)in

'" modest merit, unappreciated at home, meets Aflur stating that he should be sorry therefore will not bar herw-cars, or'oatt>.[streets, that hare
nprthantelections, any lri
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I i.! .'X" L 'FOSTER Jr. or ST. JOB*'*, FOil with each gratifying EecogniCon from .
stxangers.Ve to in
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1skeTh public
_. I \ wonder how it happened f" party influence to interfere with: or. prevent the ue-, people e baildingi tin

i ,w V tn J911N ,GOBDpJf V or Niiw.c -------- As Col. oaunilere,undertook to explain how it Republican District Jonvtoitioa:becaoae. they cuss of this Reconstruction scheme, and. all. tho ware,toase ,:th. schools .the railroad depots.
I ; Col. IV C. Saunders.V did not nominate Colonel Liberty and ihow'th'eVinarvenoiis
Billing .
liappen that Richard* was nomintul Gads- Dcmocratiieaatlea jn the ai{ built on the pre ,c _urchjMj. ( energy taj
114iWe would call the attention jf voters 4'Tbe Rcprciwntativc". dun, (the true explanation will. Ve foiiid in :afterwards asserted that there was no Republican gumption that the plan would ail are. thus bosinesa (tica'of the mea.who have built up tl*

to the fact that Billings i U net a At the .ticket in the fiold. Rofering to'ipoatJcal aspirant the ,1 : '" '
liberty tlty
I L"' : Billing meeting on Thursday last our article &above headed with the CotmoTi i f'tt1 11." .a hruatb Jhe oppoai op .to -

I 1, citizen: of this] Cute and not a nywfcmf the gentleman whoso name head, this article, name) wo will explain how it happened tint the he"said: I heck them ia Ueir proud tloogres.ioip1an" f foogbt'iiiore''d rst&y in One;ftf.tSfl chief' *:ou- V% of biume** prooperi.

V .* refer, and.' thereforeeven. should he be i it took occasion to attack tho Union, As the attack above article was written. I ambition. He said ho had no objection to any Virginia and under' better auspices, than it possibly ty lithe railway.. Here is a great centre Croat

1 t .1aoted' 1 ffi..ll.1IDl" kpermitted" to tale his I). Uichartlu, Fernandinia. the "lIoncfablOiN ,man on the Republican ticket arM that Duval can anywhere else in. the ten conquered 'whicfl raidale line* of travel reaching Bosti*,
V was made a.t a public meeting to hjch we l unty would ivl u mount to a.raw of pin ia the States.::..AirtA 4'erI1Cu.&ai Sew'York and all the. board
time consid n-d ,ijavannah sea cit*
?.1 tM ;btvea.OZJ:4i. was once upon a a good/ ,
had not honor of Constitutional Convention. He announced the --
the an invitation we -
presume Canada also
the the
; i. I L' lican. He received credit for coimidurabb political in north ; Mississippi
Jed ;.., 0.. fA cw, of JIelaa..eU. -
the column of i decease of tho Lincoln Brotherhood and attack
a public answer through our
is. ; ability fair amount of aud thenc by water- New jOrlemng,.'and som to
,,. Liberty.Billiflgs an a common .|i o _
J ; indefatigable paper, will not be out of place The Colonel' I the Vftrufe ('. Said it dared not. praise or' in the
ex-Governor Baa Francisco wet -Tba
: I more or loss homely; was welcomed by tjo ,arty I' John A.! Andrew aIliD- great PsrisRailway
canvasser in his own behalf. If indus- main.charge (and one which he socm to take the best men in the Prt1-read an article not. Uylnj from four
woikon as valuable acquUitiuit to lh party I tottvdied in Boston on Wednesday evening Company ar ; to firs
j ,5us a.bad, course can secure success : particularly at heart,) was, in substance that ranks and enjoyed their confidtnce and consid particularly complimentary of D. Richards. the 30th uIt-,.01 apo' y.iJllewa born in miiceday. and are already ,in,, sight of the
though! the Union wa* the "organ" of the Ro- ,of whom he in terms. tie
Esq. spoke nattering
shall succeed-but In three
'Liberty certainly Mountains. this
V we eration.It ,Maine, in May 1818,and wa 0QCI.Nl1Ull&t.ly fifty Rocky year continental
1 publican party yet, it had never ovun noticed i! continual in a rambling manner fur sorna time, Bowdoin Col- ta Asia will be opened to
take at
V. ,-1te,jtiberjy of having cur doubts.Liberty happened however as subsequent events [ yeah of ago. lie graduatud highway tn.dand
cl pirns the support of the colorl9P1 the presence in the State of the distinguished I showed that the honorable cundrUte from OaJs- flually winding up with the statement; thai he : leg in 1837 read law in Boston and was admitted the Floridian will'soon'. drink the tea thu

Republican orator then addressing the meeting tame here to strengthen the Republican party. bar in 18-10. after he from China.hlsnuulsctures .
den to the Eight year Lcought
I county had received more credit than w'
JM.: on the ground of alleged services in fact,had apparently, ignored the !. i 1 the disturbance oc-f
ex luring speaking a.tght
wry : and in 1850 wa
his doe. joined the party, .n ud
j So far from being either able tr honest i iI auti-alavbry M a* agriculture art,
aVoompla1nS that after spending teuco of CotU1. U. Saundcr We assure casionnl in of an iotorruftiun by a lave Shitdrack
consequence the of
ho proved to be a mere selfish politiuji, weak I It I engaged in fugitive caw are springing op.. TIle stesm engine i ii turning
; ? fteen-yeurs'of'hb life aoo five thousand the Colonel that this omission was not prcmcditafod I colored lUipubltran who poke out in tnoetin" I and Cum In 1 808 ha wac elected to the LtgWat -
t in his judgment, viciUting in his conduct soc : out plough, the fornace are casting storw, the
i I Collars' ft'their .behalf, it 'is hard that ,-it arose limply from the fact that we 1 c licitoug only about his own political advancement I I sndcnntralktu4 a ** fable uttered by .one of t[ are, and wax sent in 1860 aa a delegate to farmer stock market out dp it* pork and bM

tfcey"should now turn their backs on never heard of anything coareruing him partic- ; uncortain as. to the coartu tint for bit I: the speAers, ...t quiet was speedily rotored v dtho r> the Chic.o Convention, where be first supported I the immense-pile*of lumber are made into 4ne

; S / him. Can Liberty show the record of ularly worthy of record. Even under the elf inUau to pursue and con UotlT bajinuingin ,r S! -*t.TS were allowed to ventilate their | Mr. Seward and then Vr tjnooln. 9e waai i houses .everywher ia fitet you sue the marks ot

I 1' fifteeji and how that circumstance, however, had we known that our bis mind the rrlativ strength of diffcimt fac- id. without further fttJtfTapl. The par- !i elected Governor of Massachusetts that year by j 1 toiL Work. work work. It i ia this wbicb H
years explain lack of information was causing so much sufft-T- I of the mo-ting: wa to create dwaflartion ,1 '
I I tious anxious to fullow only the I'ron ''\ Such pose a great majority and uuticipated relltillion'-1 building op the Northwest From every point

L, 'A$rft..thousand dollars, was invested ? ing to the Colonul' vanity we should have | a course natui-ally weakened the cuu&lcuce ofj ,I in tho lu-publwan party and secure votes for \Vh'in the lreudent'a proclamation appeared, J JI heavy freight train ar* going and. QOm!-

Dare-Liberty Billings say that when ho hastened to pick.up a few items, sufficient for a j his frirnds, still they continual to tnut him, I II I llillinpi. Tha coarse of proceedIng coiiBiIv
;t '\ .j.aits. .the.'colored/people, ; to. desert.' the complimentary' paragraph or two. 1'orbap wo I and all appurontly went well until th, formation I I mainly of TUM personal attacks upon political F t-\1'r.115 troopi in response to the alL lie at'siatol which way you wilL Bat |tha wonder oi tlurago -

i J..Bepubliee.nparty and follow an unprin- can maka tome anurada by an ample notice now. ;; of the Hilling partnership. This partnur- :I i I opponents, and rain glorious srlf-laudations. !t' vigorously in furnishing the State eontinI -I i* the hornet Barely ihu U a marvel of

I ; ciplodpolitical adventurer! it is not their CoL Wm. U, &unhe informed tha ship was dii ctly opposed to the principleandi W baTe a very confused hWof tho general result -llo-ent I un the thrv year cat, and wa unceasing I bold enginaering. Just stand cm the lake>h",rsand

: public on Thursday is "the ton of a colored. i of the Republican party, and fcichard except the one prominent fact that Uibbsendcrted in h J ezurtion fur the welfare of UM .lJ. : look out in the diotanc* of two nuleyon
jty to their Lacks him.
i < on woman, and a representative man of the colored I Urmdwrtl and 'eudiirsed Saundb. '
iua ._4 V i __ i V----_ | knew it, yet, probably thiiking that in tho 1 t !I 'Ibe Altoona meeting of loernon"u planned see a small 1IuiJdin what ia thil ? The'"nix'
I race. We hare looked throngh "4k1 plcton' ', and Saundars endorsed Billing and Billing : and f
fir office t! held the inning caids he I by bun to urGe the need of emancipation
; |, game ; Let n* take a ts and iteam out la it. lonv
: b. : k gs. that the and tha "Representative Men of eudorwd Thad. Stevens and they all urged
Encyclopedia coolly deserted the party that hud Uiutad him, 'i of employing colored siddiera. Ua wa re-clect-! !natdy._ b.a.v.V with a*'Mean. Chasseboro and
j Ub1fUthi5.Ii8thCt15betWeOfl the America," but have fvucd no nuric of too Colonel I joined the i opposing partnontip and 4aJrtity i the people to tore FOB BiLUXoa. lid Uovrrnor twice. Hi last iw-tWUoix washy
Clarke, the moo who accompLjhfd this work.
t ConfterVatire : and the We foar the author of three work have of hea hodtclint tbeoBke !
I party I kftroy "J tAt laitJtJnft kitforvw JUI'JC That a majority 20,000, They are both modest quMCpersoniiea,but 10-
fMJ and been equally guilty.with ourselves in overlooking I thouU be ambitious bl be overlook- fut a further torn, lie wa offered the Tresi-
j Bepublicana totally wilfully : the man na Tao !.<.. den their calm exterior i I the active, nerg-t. .
the Colonul'i merits-however, we will take : od, for his wealuuai he khuuLt Le pitied but for tit dewy of Aatiwvh College, but declined it. In ;,
Si&afr :Tnm&iuJpmuenatHi Rtpublicm I Last we"k. while the Registration Board c&l'aeioo*brain which"ereom en r stunsf.icea
: the Colonels word a*to his representative character i it bo dwpirable ro(.no.. whit led him to play religion ha was a conservative &. Goern..r ,- ,
'.forty M tktt Sit The regular party organizatipn Puval county were open fui the Off day reris- Bat to the crib Wadra' liar. I It) II
and pioceej. To the best of our knowledge ,| the time server and the traitor there u no furgitucu. naxued of I Andrew had hit finIte! a* all eastern men :: -
fe radical in its I I Ion, a gentleman Liberty Billing, only a small building dropped at it wore In the
; as truly, prin'cipl and belief the Colonel made ha appearance As tunde Joollngly nunarkod. the man New Hampshire applied to be registered and !: hare, and they wore these which belonged to ,I !. Bat under the roof U the gnat wt-

V >. \ and purjioses-as-are the men ioFloriJ about two month ago(pu-ha, wearied with his long labors &r olire has teen wa* re-. The Board however, having | saorjt ttn"iction and.a sanguiaai temperament !I supply
.V who now bolt. The 'delegates from this longer we will not 1. poaitfv a* to time one's lying at the point of death. An -rutibfe1'roviJcnco I[tome doubt u to the propriety(this action, ad- ; l{. was pure clear-beadod bold and decisive inbj ; you a word of this wonder.' Tb plan ..

the rckoning liable to be at fault in .oonnocti 'in hotrercr, has luHitivl him to liW'e ,.- [ pinions and conduct. The e were inch as '
oventoniLkh nominated
.-county to [ drvMed UM following U'ttor to lioadquarter: burn, a* aQ great plan, in the brain A wiw'
with trivial mattAJl.)- -h..riDg been hired by niucorly hope that he hs> learned jrtitoncej I comnModnd him to the good will of the people j
**- ticket ( summer was spent hj experimaoting. it wis
the'present; composing: a I j Ofco Board of Registration Di., l Co., ) '
the Congressional Executive Committee at j I and will make a bettrru..e.f this new 1 lease of Xov. 5 : of a.* State, and gevu him an enviable repula-|
J..loll\ll1. IS67.
: I 'jrnajoritf'of that Convention ) were selecWd ) determined to strike baldly for two miles -nto
Washington ta perambulate thi Slate, a* a I! lif'. but whatever course he mar purses hcrp.f- i:I.| Col O. B. Hrt. tupt. I'-rg. I lion beyond it. U, wait a* prominent In the the lake antlmako the tnnnai nndar lU .

V and endorsed as sound by the ex- stump speaker in behalf of thb ItrpulJiean par : -r we can assure him that the K-i'uUii'vuof lid. ir. IHkt. of Florida. political affair of the country as any of the Tim full fv feet bono.i

i "tremist: radicals in Jacksonville, and out ty. *Unfortunat"ly, the Colonel being |M-rtiict i florida have no further ml of his senicx*. ,:! Sir-I have th<* huuur to mu .t iiifoima-1 I .ta:, (Joternurs( and has his rwnrl by he aide : various trU* fifty made or moro that was the
to sulij
tiuti follows Can bo
as : a |*rs<>n rrgfkteied prov lay
jj f f of the 21 delegates sent to the Conventfpnfropx stranger in these part, the fame of whoM "r- !i -- -- ---- + ; doting the five day under the act of July 10th, V 0: t cilia of-)'*nnylvania, and. Uorton. of Indian bJ extended from the shore mile into the l xThm *

: tho three counties, el/ren were pn& v character had n>*vrr reached tliu R".. "abn OonkiH Accepts. : 1 SC7. who is not qualified to vole at ha election I *. His name was lately used m runll lion it wa resolve J to nak the tunnel lisa
i "Jacksonville Clique," th"ti and most ; Ion thu Itth lath 16th iusu, by uuwu of in- Cabinet off-- but understand
: The Rrr. John Gordon having I'u.l. hed r. I; f lib a a* we |II the shore and from the lskesad.beginnin5kat
colored ofknown fadkat tendenf r
.utlidc idfiice.
men inconskliTat emboxluni nt of political MJlI'uity !' IMter declining the nomicatiwi as dteste toI wnb'tIt hi* consent ur appruvaL-rkiioJrllua f
t ries; and BiUinyt,'vlo now 6//. vat fifm- neglected to trade bucommfr honing to the I' Very Ipectfufly. I I .". 4pserwc*. the earns' time. The chief difflc lty was the
( I the Convtntiou on the KU.ar puKk.an twk Uso. K. ;.1..IoU& l&keeoL cyUodar..W.M l>.'s.JATUca

1 t .;I.7/Ifk' and etui ttcp nft*, cne'ibrJumself unknown Cmar and as they only ntradedjuct'ordinary 1 rt, a meeting of the l ".f Mblicant ilas au I ; upright touching the bottom and extending

: V and one ,as proxy.. If there is courtow't as the Coloi*!'* letter : county wa called with the fallowing mult.FtiiSASDiM Office SupL of Registration,. ) A 3tM.a2 ThkstvI. aL.v.th.wats,J JTh-waitat id it WM 'amp tti
I Jacksuu\illa :., Xo i, 1S67. (
: of introduction apparently entitled him to, the I I Tl a following p -clamalion hu been _oed
A4JU section of the, party more radical I NOT.' T, 186;. llwifwtfully roturu" to Mr. Sammis mum- i>ut. an4 tlen it waa gradually lowered fiftr k.t
V j Colonel shook the dust of Jiyrluonville frum his I !! fli President:
by *
than4 another that teetftn noviinattd, the At a public mass tnevttug of the Rrpuhlirana her of Buard of tic,;., Devil county, whoy> at- V into the ground. A* the water wu thirty ITCC -
j foot, and set out upon ,his travel tilled with a I tvatiou is directed to the following clause of theSulpll.uientsr7 T&&a T.iDirr or Till r. a.t -
I a
raotLa&ATiof ia
it Rda VaIL the
1 I i l. of Nassau county, Fin hrid at Fsrnaudina, seventy wa* grind
i frnod S jiiit and natural rconitTntnt. Act of CouRras ; ",hiih ngiktra.tion t
Fla., N'ov Cth 1SC7 the resolution t In with a nxent custom that tartmg'poinl. Pick and enw-bat then b"CTa
following shall include she conformity may
'The' truth is that tho whole I :11-rmi onqititlijitii
I square I The Culunol tu do him i-roht, U a go>d loukUg ,., uCrml and ut.anmnusy adnjitvdrilfi la rote for tltitgaia by tlf art "/ nji.i" t now be regarded a* tab tohl\ll by national con- t their wok e..oTmrrsrinn ware mt :u

.I t trouble'arises from, the disappt lintod man, indeed we have hoard him called | # <{. That Mr. John Oonlon I.) a V- to The tim ot the election i is now fixed and it and approval I, Andrew Johnson Prei- the dirvctioo. ,To cut .the story short the twoada .

;, 1 ambition'of the man Hillings, who is I 1 handmme. lie is gentlemanly in hii manrers, withdraw the IrttiT whiih he hi* jinHjohed ini kno. The Board can easily U-rnua.e the dent of the Cnitr..I State, do hereby reto:- of the toBOel -war*. dug, two-third frrQ

: the if falso- I D sat in his dress, and with a not too perceptible i mtard to his withdraw! fnmt the rejilor KeI qualitltatiou of residence. I mrnd fi'Iloti turns that TuuaD- the shore
,bound to go to Convention I publican ticket of the Hth Dittrkt.j i O. B. lIUT. Supt. : to my T? side one-third from th* water. 'Yken
J'hood him dash of self couuuit in his carriage nukes a verycreditable i Tw,STV-r.iouT PAT oronJlaEJL bo vt the two met there only difference of eiiHt
'I and treachery can there I 5UT. wa
carry He i Ur fluent j After the resolution was passed >Ir Gordon A* Mr. Billings could only swear to a rodd I
appuarance. a speaker, and obwmJ, throughout the republje asa inches. The dona. !
O'and iiro assertion that if nil stated that he would witliiraw his litter referred apart thing waa l.wu
,we yen | nce in Florida of seven months, and was not,
in oratorical bat weak
strong display, in argument of Nation Thanksgiving and l'raiae to
day made and
U of! the lake
Hpg9 had ben nominated by.that Con- to. Upon Mr. Gordon sunani- therforo, "qvalijitd to ruts by the act afureoaid,' now water streams
in the of but
happy use unfortunate I
; language -i tho Almighty Ruler of nations, with whom are through th city. So much for Chicago. I will
moody endorsed as the candidate of the Kipublicans the Board considered him ineligible for I ,
'.ntioD )) demanded M in the selection f excellent in ngwtration
;as impudently c topiia; appeal dominion and fear and who ma&t prat:*ia Ui write next from Boston..
of Nassau county, to represent them in and struck his name from the list as"registered you
voiJ.'Mv/oisid r4ofssd\ mJA Cel-Ifati or pansiun or prejudice but utterly uselessin bigh pUnn.t .
the Mate' Co Convention.The I by mUtake." V V I IDetac.
lit t. appeal to thaundmtanding. With theto .tilutl"31. T!>tln! ?and refraining from -wcnlar labor on
.fKf ijther fua m \ I following rvsolutiou was also uusnimoualy .. far CUT CO_''.
--- .
: and tho Colonel that let and devoutly give
L. .J ... ___ advantages disadvnnlag, commenced -' day us reverentially. '
,wr '-'r1-- I carried : thanks to oar Heavenly Fatbof'for the mercua At a Republican meeting l.held at the Court
; iilftrodays before the late Nominating his labor for a short while lie per I' ( BIU.ISOS says : Iko..arolf fx.aa.t: h.IJe.,
V. n" formed well the duties, for which lie wo paid, ,. fct-JnJ, That the Union Rqiullksui Kas- they are not to be trusted." Wo say : beware and blessings with which be baa crowned the Ioijeo1 Clay county,on tip 30th nit, JoJga
i Oonye&Jiop,;?t Cot Wm-. U. Saunders, Icu endorse the nomination j. ? county B. M. MeRaa lla | fine delegate to the
and the couQdence of tho I of the who a&iuiU the Republican 'M.lIom
in the firm of Bil- enjoyed prty-uvun gates cf the Hth district to the Slate Constitutional man party that lIe ha covered owr land throughout all ill
::i ,;-partaei political the unreasonable Jacksonville Clique" found I CoDvcntitm. who slanders his opponents ant who Wars fake extent with the greatly nc de4 and very abundant Constitutional Coorwition, t.t represent the district

I : : ",, wrote. letter from Tulla3iafl harvests ; that He ha caused industry to composed of and 1 tradfoid connti
.'nsft.9o no fault with him. Soon however there came CIIAKIES. 1' TfHNLK CbaTman. witness against, his neighbors-It is not to be Clay

.. ee,.to a gentleman in this city, in a change. Under the evil influence of Liberty I. NATHAN L. UANO, Secretary.The trusted. pr lomits"|icr; not that only lie in baa our permitted fields but us td also multiply in our The organization of the pa ty- for the countywas

and surnamed Billings.-the pcratnbulatin candidate -- --- -. ---- -.- The iiuue is botwwn lakes and perfected by electing for bounty Committee
I hich he said :' "We will endorse ; present not a personal one oar hip* upon our rivers and upon
.' '.ly-.i.-- the. r.-y.wllowing. rapport iron mud far into tho leclndod of : '
w lice* and Mr. Jama Aidraa.
;: ." ?4liB| blIwipgtcket" had theInftirnVflfTColf his unspotted purity of character and ansalnnh A mam meeting called by Liberty Hillings of (Vip lU'I.D1.liel\nl.l\rty. it is an i.suo betweenLiberty tho continent as to guarantee speedy overland{ '
I ha lost the confidence and of ambitious and "Barney JfclUs' as he ial farmaiariy.eaHrf,
patriotism respect and his fellow 1Oltrr.'f'r, properly .tyWd by Billings, demigogue intercourse between the two ocean
: ; P. p.jlftrt at iho top: and :every white Republican in the Ptute, and themselves the political mule team") was held the Republican party itiwlf. i' Ho hit inclined our heart to turn away from i I Judge of the Probate Court; and Cletk of the

of Liberty Billings at the bottom. aroused the of tho : dopi'stic contention and commotions consequent Circuit ( onft. 'A young maiji of sterling integrity -
""! special opposition narrow- at Hart's grove Jacksonville! hut Thutsday Whoever vote for Liberty Billing VOTESAOAICT
; l writer-f .us ;: proceeded- "this minded k-kn.d JackonTill Clique,"- and .c-I and : upoi\ distracting and desolating eros : ; and undoubted loyalty j Born and reared
( The ihfn to say ternoon. The attendance of women TUB KKITIM.K'ANPAHTT, assists war, and to walk more and more in the ancient

I tT- Jjajldiscordae1ements in the the Colonel forgot his duty, and entering into apolitical rea wasqnite large-we noticed some very bright I' the ryWs to elect reM delegate. If in consoquunco ,, way of loyalty concession and brotherly love. in this district he should ani doe.know what

I. partnership with'lli1lings & Co. undertook and sjveral finn ab _but uch Vllt. the i ia nil bus bieued the peaceful efiort with which -i* for i ita interest Wa hope w will receive thahearty
ipublican party !
.;,*nd Middle and W,Florida wixj. I looking youngsters of < j jdafe&tid we have established new and important commercial -' Support of aHL'nion neu. '

''W'-'lT'/' IIr>DIJCG.JJ' Magnificent I ..to'rule instead' to serve the party the voter were few in numbers and a majorityof can Tjlirrty Billing lave the colored :! treaties with flVjVntons, while we ". .-' ,' .
1 I and to fehape political eventto suit their ambition them evidently not in rapport with the sentiment people from tho naults of thoir own folly J Can have at the same time atnogthened our national -1'
j docile Florida bow-
..heme 1 to think of. I schemes, The "mule team,"' paid by the of tho speaker. The exercises one smooth tongued oQice-sopker do the colored border It is reported that theirrepressibleAaron

I, 1 .' j t'' at'"ihe !bidding of Billings & Co.Qraif party to work. for U. took tho bit in .their teethand ced about half past three. We ,notk L-ommen-I people more good than the great Republican. i While thus rendering the unanimous and : 1 1as since hU
'' I I Ala BiHingit re-
? onJy'Ior the tried to with their load. Embol. individuals heartfelt tribute of national praise JVnJ thanksgiving -
i 1.hi4 uiprking Lilwrty
$xi& runaway the the following : ?
+ : party can I '
j jlltpubllean which is due let
I justly to Almighty tied pucUatTon by th .lat&-N( minatiog Convention
V 'trelfar! of!the.'colored I race, and yet denial by the success wbich attended their efforts Billings, Colonel W. U: 8anndert, l er. J. C. UH not fail to implore Him that the Mime divine

:, ey'tarn'their'backs.ppon :Billings and before .their treachery wu discovered the GibXR Win. Bradvun, D;' Richards, an.d Mass Heeling piotoction and cam whieb we have, hitherto soundoKrvedly I boUon-Loled&e< jly every color-

;; ( "team" had the unblushing impudence to propose W. H. Chrwty. The meotiniwaj organized .,.,A grand rally of the Republicans of hurst and yet so constantly enjoyed, ed man in the District, auld piom him
1 ;'iefI nd'him'to 'the Convention. .' took in Hart's Grove on Saturday -: may be *> continued to our country ao J our |
a progtanVme for Duval county and undertook by the election of ROY. J. C. Uibbs &a Chairmen Connty plare fmeyer. "fort; reiJ'or hii andf& muIaT if ho
all the
1 f t c Bllings!( .; ) to dictate to the "Jacksonvillo Clique." and W:II. Christy of the Tu.fi a* Sucret but. The procession of the Union League people In wituM through whereof 1 generation.have herewith set my i would bolt the. Republican tickefand

611 Our 'object,,.however, in. quoting the be headed by the drum\r(., formed ou Bay att'l 6f the United
Now, Uio "Jacksonville Clique a* might nr. hand and caused the seal .- State j vote for him. W. do i iot b lier this
-. ,boeIetter.. ,. Is',nut.t.. expose.this- ,grand expected of inch a vito concern can stand a The, Chairman on coming forward spoke of 'at 10 oolck, A. M. i and, after marvhing to be affixed. 1 still if should l true
t. ., caI.shm4wVastpostupi1y: I good l deal':of political' refuse tat it cattld'tut the importance of the work to lie accomplished, through tome of the principal streets. baited in I! Don at the city of Washington the 16th day i report,, it. >e .wo
c !. The meeting wa duly of IK tober i! the year of our lord one thou- would acttiao oor'colored roters to tnAka
.' Oj j itamaeh..1Jirj.g.; and having idea for the front of thu stan or-
V fv d j\d tOO'bM r m to orooYer, an and the necessity of selecting proper men land eight hnidred and sixty-soveu, and of
"" Cural had II. then went gaaiiod by the election Captain C B. Wilder sure, at least of the muje, before hon-
V ; ; butidrwo I that the people of county A right to Constitutional Convention. on the itiilepeadtmce of the United State tbe
I $ eyen exposure their they utterly repudiated Union declaring that ;a* Chairman, and Samuel Spearing Secretary ninety-second. orGibiU ih. :n.t;, ; B' ;
'; fbllowing1 pointTire' manage own concerns to denounce aoutnern man, V V -,. ,
I ",,;fli.t"f',;,T'-..' fti77' '' '; tbp Billings'; & (mpan,:* programme.apd they had done nothing for the colored man and lie meeting! "was'adJrtsjcd by the following A UtJOIO i ; ., t '

: ,,*;' Coiiytti o% "Bpixgs.4: nominat 4 candidatea ,to'suit themwlve ,F/or/ had no claim* upon the colored man' rote. Haaccused gialleqai ; Colonel O. B. Hart, Colonel E, older of the l'realid"ut.WW.tl1 H. I Stwu 'i' *y.._. ,"

V ; ; V : :to" 1d m and. wpportifea : tin pardonable aflbnce the wrath of the irreproachable tbxm of double dealing ,and closed up V. W. BardwelU candidate; Rev. J. A. Ft>kler, Sect1yu1.tste. y '

t'. i'n thereby recommending him Billing. nd -the "reprs.entstie". by relating and I&lplyiug to thom the fabla of of,}'ornuulina, Colonel Biihne; Monroe J bin- ("'V VV, V V .
V e-a VS *- : \', '. lLzveosin.Duvit 8tnet Mr. Bnncfc tf8oBd
.&th. \'- ewon> .t. for the.Conyentioii, Paundcr has deswiidod upon 'the terrifiedaiq the bat who was beaut nr bird at pleasure.V son, llarriton Rood, Dr.. D. Hannoo-iljorL. y samiwylCJi A. H.s d I '.",
: IU p peT i thi is Ha F. and J. W. Price. A ft or linking V 8rNal corsipos4mcs V I EpiacoreADQY&I_" ..Vr.Kpp Pute.. 8u$
4 V yet, M soon as CoL Hart is nominated ,: J.:4, thjii' tean)! Jjiaddenedby Liberty Billings was the next speaker: Dewey, eIiitca.: .,. 7 :) J- ;-duv swrioM. 10*A. tl.Mid S P.M.ri .
and Billing fe'itof BilfinKs'tara*round check vpcn itf hoaikig ,course,, is jiciouslykiojrmg addressed ljin clf particularlyht.. K 10.e.tfrit.nd a few patriotic airs with music, by the drum um tliiOor i rtract B r. fro Rait ream.V. .

V $n&Utterly Assails'CoL.Bart as nnwor- in the trace'cd endeavoring to destroy *,, Sfcid tho,pp tion of thetwo, great ,corps and .String music the meeting adjourned. CHICAGO. Oct. 28, JS67 -*Sunday swrkn \OX A.M,aijd C P.3C. V
V > fift .I procession, in tno evening,aiarthd Nothing will give a Southern*aa id**ojt*b koua Csrsocc-Du'at Mres4.-. tehdiiy isestesi
to' this fht
thy of confidence, endeavors .to .defeat. the'p rty it c&nnotrut'i end Billin'g* parties in 1852 allowed thj pnsoundnes* of the /l ) ,10.V.aAdSJC..IL. : :
I V the entiNrBepTibHcai ticket and senrei' prowl'.bpnt tbe city'like a walkttg pestilocce; prinpipla that men should stick to their party.B" through the principal streets, and paid its [ ro ;uUude: of.our country more.'aa atrip trvm _. __:. ..-- i .- --- .

,; V i.irit wpecU to Colonel 'Bardwull, one of the Florida the Northwert. What a atretch,from CO.t.QJUni
I t.1iiaIWff-I'l itafplaeeKow, i in tilliiigpoisonou.liea,1into; the ear* .of credu- then went on to aUto that ItepvBliean ifgalw rI '

toN lal.. UoU/o1Il11.'.'.. 11... '. i v: before'thefcwM '. lon colored men Richard II dragged from the] 'party wa* divided into Radicaj* and .Conaerya,' i .c r ilidat. A Urga'crowd attecdud the Jacksonville tu Omaha; .nd AwCyou arson cou ..Ckare l. Bw. Kr.t. .

,". Y._'4-IPr' :..., _' iot be grave to grace the platform :at a fmblio meeting tiva, and denounced the Coat. Republican moetipg and were. unanuaou' ia the endone-. Ute verge of another thousand _iI'thich HRHODIST 8ai.-L 8Q1Jda. .an. t. .
to dpeeire the 'dead meat of the regular ticket.. corns between -4 tha YwQ OouL Bath A''0'u ,_. '
V .: h-b. .tldf aniwere.tryiBg. with thi ghost.,a politician- andSiUDlawjth'ja'i a* dangerous mcp >B. spok lighUy- of V V jo V 8uDda isitet. aU":.- t V5An1Cksu -
V .V? elsfthey;knoir- that ihe ,. _. .. '. VV' I in Chicago, that 1.city of the -r Eft.0. es..o- 5ssiyirti'ksi&U7.
;; .. ; powerJof malkjpu* Tenom, the soldiers of the Union army, accosint them va ,8 .
; I .f .. 'ua flg to'decelvej which even kit vanity can hardly excuse bittfily.dfflWnae ot ; drs'f perpetiiaw iUtary, ','.AftfflC V***'. r V r ne %IItRI* JI1"tloa. Korthweat" wher tha'peb la. do'imart. things ._ Vwron5 .

j >. Jr:" t :: lii" ith.f Jio Union.. ', ing from tb* Uw* .of Florid*,,toshow tin di*. The triumph of the Eopniblfan* at 'the'eleo- and then' brag tbont themr.Talk' about theBoitaiai' .- ;
V V f er: casa there deliberate deceit in the The put however, {* not split and BiUing crimination against colored iaeb;be proceeded tion in Virginia provea to be compete and Over me..1.j'b'Ii ihigto the feelingoI tIr a i JottcMrt' V
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V t .., abd'y.ithgs: ,-,:haY !the will not be elfictei' The "J cV onvai Clique" ia'tt iame, oo ,tiol,411Q' nOt., laJ to brtwd.A4ili,,*_.)&57.zaj 18M Iw SeeTanis .8Dd.1ludt -

V j .a 'Jne"tbebe.'tt' 1h JIe ople and (numbering about elettn? ulnhlre4Vw4r1 J;) b nqtanruhilated.W clique bt.whoo1 W. wppow is means 8tt.t oooslituUvn sit, tPpuh1icau.w thirty: fi5edVb lisi IOWsthintQ boast Qf. Iferfti i* a* "'IaIma 1 &

I 1J V ,t.4l "..,1' deEeiiEc&nV "n.lv, "1-1 as the, I'.iU.. *till luryivet, Wear ail the white BepflUictii, with pwhap on* 4t-] Deaoer&U are elected and a* far u heard from city,_estvadingr 4ftUw wVk )us vprnng a* i N .-Pemtoes. aimles. J'ap ur1 o4mglieasoiiia .

V- i.f j .0' r1.j AA..t:_ 14e to get oat oar paper fthis wee wa*hall e doll,* id'allfthp ;jeoloreil t :matt ;'wbo doit', i 70,777 tote* have been cut for .ha 'convention war by miififll9ttt tb*, wL '.L 1820 there w..t esirn'ise.. ve'sjm'ssLtk "
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1'Y0J tisie werk''and .ite t nnmW U ind'tLOSSagainatU.; nil waqwto miss- wa* iingixiioji| ; : i t'V..
I 1'eOOIII for-61' aootbor'next w. hop;,tp.:exist wear byBiIIins, q a,rMrpectA>!. I 6 G.W:1 -
c >.-&ir *nrpleof CiflinppsStsteeir 'b8' : "OOu Itmgencmgb tQ gin. tile "ropreMxtatm man". will be fouruj whoa jinctk>n..whitepopuUtion .Bother.liy ityjJta": usii r of a, million, saoooj- 7WAM'XKc' -
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V y a or. another notice if Ibis one b not fu .oi,nt, claimed lhkth.: w.tile uoaaimotti ch,i''of, of UM State rery greUy VV prepoiuianto. ovei the doi p\wsin M yilh It* whole' otlhWSta i ii1r ,t.

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rat Uteratare and ataad annvaliad IB the world af lev ; ". 'hu : .. wT.! (I
a UoNE'Y. rQBTJFB.d tern Jb.af*IndlipmeaMB to Ut.ecbolar and the pro.lar ." .' ', I" r '0: "It. 8 A EITAIAN SC11LL8.OJ.i8I. \f

T feriaa r.M andlarwy reading .as they \U1l. r ANCHORS-AND '.': : F .L. el ..It I I !
= nbh betoer record of th literature of CHAINS; i
to soy part d Ik.CBu 4But* .ia byJaoaaaarpu a anent tns day .' .
Iag than can IIa obI&IDe4 froIII outer .. I", "" "' ""' : MARBLEMOmJ ,
any IEN'rs BwtEPS.r
.. 'tiiMI.. )tamer' .tg 11I3"IprMl9Ms !. ; 'r.: : : -/ .LE4THER' A J.TD -FINDINGS, : o '.': t. !,

,. Ors fared III k" onteNWIjpe s.- TER7jiv ;URR i888: Tort Bob Tonka Tablets Counler-Topa, Ifantleii, ;f'U'; '..r II ,. -...1. "."* It I
,II 1 :.SADDLERY, Tilue and MarUe IB the rouich & > Also Wrooght f ,.'. :
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a'ledq tW .t r" Iron RatUnpaD4 Verandaj Bummer boa
fruIa s0 r, .. _.' : I ,lay s54 4r Reefers. 1,011 per aaau nee. ,
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I sap Ian Iff Uu 18eein ....V..V..7u! .' Iran Front for Bioree from one to five stories high. T AUftjSCIN Jd016
7. ..J'M.1Ia.. i J4w ur,Ares of 11M Ratuw_.......10t "SBA Llntab,Cape and SUhv Bettnn and Vaace(old it whole- S OIv- : i

I ynnrc.l.T- Far lf_Iff 1M B........ ..OO wFMBlaWisd4Yageads..400 I ISLAHD BAGGING AND TWIKS ; aaIe Baltiniorp or retail,at Md.the Inrril iirjrr*>r Path-innriiifir liimlat ,, Y11LS-.DUUSffl. r.a.ot i oi' 3 .'

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.d" f. Fw 8Laekaed u Rood opportunltr; bring or md In roar or- IA- ; i '" '
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r-".L. '.'.-'. 'r77- 1Itt"'.III ass..U... ..v..lO.Cb 1,00 f :. ...alire4q4 4en. For two wecka 1 shall be at the.Cowart KonW .' 114 ,
Xogrb.1.118LV I : to exhibit a largo variety of Designs and lake order*.- .
1is. IaWevWf.rbr bwtdrT ai *w\ "...4r.e s.'.1iIIf1o:.1a 'i I" Paint :' and Oils of ajl Et.ds.J After two.'week all onion will be lot warded to Charlea u: S. Mail & Southern" 4 f a .
.' ton 8.0. to me, and prompt attention will be .,aO.PULLE.Y Express :\
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L9wi /.M.Ai.., litb.tsr .A iiicoont of-.ot,per cait. will be allowed to all Tar Pitch. and Turpentine .A-1'lUuiU s 1'PLr OK CORN bTAKClJ Fart..1iat. I' m

a .,7.Y.etY.aYrp..ta.brtkawpatd\": '41/" Clubs 01 fuarormoraponoiia.willThu..,fur wpl..of the Currant,Prunes BaMiu 11.011 Citron 9nl&Tapioca A Tlt .WEF-XLY USE OF HACK-VJTrf
Blackwood or ol one Beriew nt to addruttor
.' -, .'n.Th. o.e Macaroni VermacllU. Dome Raduh. km ..
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;, |lt! Four copiu of the four lieylewi and Black a JeUey RELAYS OP HORSES '"

...".. wood,.W Plcklo Canned Walnut Oyster,LoUtcn 6w et Oil.Chew.L cow, now meet regularly between Jackaoorfll.
BaroBMMT baa ranged tree UMOlo 10.":-. 1" r.oir. 1S- "'f ;f" Jl, Leather Belting and Steam Packing ; ,OI'OOOtPnblnt Catsup!'.; Driud Apples, Qs"eatlf1l1g h.IT. ,

Tt.9wtity III nha 4adq tM watts baaD.l.750 ID u. -rhoG ." Dried Fiwrlw: Kngliah Walnut*. ., a MAIL ft SOUTHERN' REp

as .1 MMAINE lot Sabiorlben should prepay Potio t>r the qoartcr at be of. .'. AMD HOLLOW WARE TWWABE STONE WARE pFD fHOCKSBYi Almonds'- ,,and Canoed. ]r'rnit lnullI..haaX..Wbon"'or tale by I.oeawln DAYS JACX801fV1Lt.1'i AND MONDAYg, 'Wl NXS-
at dell..T1Ie to ,
c any lea{of the United PR1DAYd
.; WOODEN WAKE AXJrVUAO WARjg@ *.- L-- L. 'A IUI.OClr. u f d .
btalceiiTwoCenUanauibiir. Tku rote only applies. -. Whol** le and Retail Ornctr.it ii 8T. 4.tOUIITJN, T\E DAY8 FBIDATI
= to correct ubacriiit tuD" For back niuuben the AND
:F EWS, U double.Premiums. Steam Vessel and Mill supplies ; Ship Chandlery in all its _&"- II1 Il.ATU1UJA B.at d A.K., a

JAt seorrvzza a.. N9: xALB. to New Subscribers.; branches." '.'i' Steamer Sylvan Shore, THROUGH IN EIGHT I1Quns, ;

rJ.wiukiMlkrat.ab) two If the'bobe 1'I'riocUeaI. CH RLES A FAIRCHILD Fare-S6OO.
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!UfJMwlUJ, nUUed tormeue f&tt. any..e of I
No,.3 i\TnooU,New Smyrna. the ftw Knrirm t.r 111 7. ".w sub era ball fire For PaMceor Etprr matter apply althaOfflee or h.
N /-acbr J. k>Pague,Alta 8U AturuiUne. of lto> Fenodieal for lidO may reoHre. .. B: Reed's Block Street -4 ;
tNr.-+tmr City Vim,Adkiaa Qaarleatoa,Jeffrey.Ke .1 any two of the "Fw Smttcf for 1 6f. Bay Southern Exress
Biibfrriben nwy obtain luck uumbcni al Ute following _. '- -
No,. 7.tort Pftyae, Chailedan; Jedky.t1 reduoco ratea, rte: 5-ly. JACKSONVILLE. Captain James Tucker A. L. CASOV; sJxksnlJlJone1'Sl.414m.
The J'onb British from Jtjiaary, ISM to 1 Dcrraibcr -a
oc.$- hr Vzii s L York,C:W.13.rdy! 1D67, igdualTe; Win burg and too Weftmlm-ter from --, WILL LEAVE Savannah every TuwJayat III A Avnt
April ISM, to December.1 W7.includT, and the ion .arnvinimt Jnt-kmntilln on Wednrida>.- 1-----
B a eim dun VuartBrir br the yean Idbi, IMjO acid 1W7, at the FRESH SUPPLIES. I K"'tarni7ig will iraTe .Im-kurnrtlle every Thur day .1 I
so'.7-.': Y* d Clark.pLI1 bUd .vo.year for each urany J Tiew alau Hai k- mcht atUr amval of train from the w.t. LAND a

'Sol 1Matron', xeT, York.Y F, Dibbie towthtr wood for lor!+hG t\IJI'and 1867.,lor.'.,:,.o a r'f'f.or'the.two'... : I JuckiunTille._ :Feb. "l-l F. .1J1E Agent.: [FLORIDA AQELNCY., .

t-atr Cla kat, kkn I K'ithW premiums to ..borrlh. nor diiroant t
burs tMad'
to ciube, nor reduced pnert for tuck number,can be Hi- I U. S. MAIL' ROUTE

-. PPaU. WA HarM.EppinSt. lowed uATt.T1IK,unleM the mosey It remitted direct tote fub- & Pace II L. F\ DEWEY & .CO.,

bas)-srbt J lea, Aunudne. REAL ESTATE
Ifs.Mate City4dkm (:h.rkwur.Jetrtywdsa.1.trHatti 110 Fullon Street, N. Y. I BROKERS.

ld. laiYa, Jo) Clark. The L. 8. Pub.Co,aim .heFarmer'S 1 1 'lurnui ox BAT ..TacttJJACIiSOItIVILLgPI.A "

Na.4- tf u&et v.1.Clak.

Amp 2<ekr.J. iL iiaauu C.uwl y-lrovideuc., Guide, HAVE tirnr in Store an J are Jandm; per y-hoonera 'VICKSBUTMJ," and "SIIEUMAJf," TILE FAVORITE KTtAMER I ttEFE1EtCEB; .

Ner.lr-att Urfat s g aj ai f batlyd a, Jeffnyior t by Henry Stephens of EJInburgfa and the bile J. P. New York, an cxrcllcnt. assortment of
Xurion of Yale Cullrn. 2\ ,., IU.}al 1 ocuivo, IOoOIllee ARLING"rox.l'TAIS \ I Jadnutnttt, -

pares 04 aumenntaEuurxnnga JACOB BOCK 't j J. '*.Saar t. '.,..........c.B.Vi
Quuu.Ou. DQt'.ABTUa 17 fur UK two.Jum.-blIaU poet paid|8.lUm GROCERIES AND PHOVISI01TJS oat. K.U.
} t.' lJta." FLoaio I J I"Dill In *thoroughly.filt. w attain t>'WJ ![I S1. E. EMIGRANT All) CO..Peet-n,Vow.I .
".15 JaokwdUa, >'ta,UeC a *s 67. 1u on her ujJ;rte Ixitutxu J wit>t.v.Utt aiil Knter-
euna sting in ran of Cuffue Sugar, Eutttr, U.rJ, Cbftoo CncLen, Rice hominy, Moat, Hour I Our ficilWn Jar
n nt all lntfnn*lliitr )orincJxk. s.'goti.Ung..
] "trtj-plnj Jxot, r 'ftarlda
.UbHWd at ,month oftkeftalm t I.aoda. I
L The OuBftataae. Kaypnt BEEF 'BEEP ? BEEF .
Pork Bacon ic. &C. ... N aMti *
John1*flirt will be dinonUnued from. and aln. w mills rvM) '8unr1nT'nAmin.r at 9 o l'.latka, |I : : tattfflti ,
,N..Itt 11Ib1. Moa4ay piornii c 4 oo.jcfc. unving at Kntrrf n** n given to toe nuaareurat ot Eatale ."
limBt T. J. Eutman tr.1I..o n'd1.. .P. M. UetDrnttx hr KtrtirpriM W... '{or i. "
A rJarreoa, ,
proW without Jaekaoimlle .Yla ge"th.ervvitb. D.TkUv'tnnniln 6\l*rk, 1'tI.uLa TIo1lt"nllDj| 7 City iwopwtT hwmht.sold a'ftd't-forilod.' -
will delay D. R. HOWELL&Bro.I >
with all the gtrM imeat property his poeeMoo, and \ I oVIorlf, arrtvlu at Jsrk onTtl!* I oVInrkV. At..HJIN 1 I place A OK th.ul ir r,,nivtag full tha laMracUooa 10 Woo wishing to .
properly nvuka
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wlii tam the vnc PoA.ly over. to.tia.Actio; Aaeotant Quar.aum.anta'YISI -I Farmers and ou'koci>prs wants itch ta Plooghs ricugMincs, lUmrx, Collars, Il.jt-s, 1'owde I., Kecd'a WbrLJxka IirUr fU.TT rript<>f a lamp tn pnTa, jo.III wa' 00 re-

Order of Col.Join T.f r.iari CttHl I th.oontinn., .'the a tew butchering rtiB in bruinc the Martel and, alum ruiv* and Shot, Vails, tx-ive, Ovens, Spiders, I '7crd 11'.1.:: p ill la u uuaeboa Ie 1'1..lJIbono.1t-. ha) .tt In

CUAB-. iJHRABEE, they will IK jilca* d tolumWi Cwlr old ciutomer Iud S. MAIL. BOUT 1.: au .or ty k'11. appscatloo., "Iher }atw ri
111 J.ilmt' .;<* ;a/owr A. A. A. O. : the public with the t-II
ra-wAEtE: : ; &
Ornclii: 0.
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Tad L.rwL 11k I.I tf A. D. SELECT SCHOOL
dth-rat .hole leoriTUn. Alan ViRRANiYUT- .
essaatoat.sry nz"'DQtiA&n TON will W kept euMinirirr on hand and funn.h.-d 10 ALSO I "
1' DlTLJclal'LUtma.ao.36. posts in the country rithv by Bathos! or et4uuibuat TIlE rxhoolOX _bllobod
u Adems'sneef
__ AcaaomTruaFM7Jaalw7.I at mudr ate rule*. I. nMr lb.
OiiuatalOfJ r .X. ll_nrnt saw trvm thr*> t .Liquor;by the CUM and barrel which they prapoto telling at A\Tiokao and Let. anil u .1I"a.corner olluc rta: ,wilt bo'OUl""l. amt rmpeoed alter '..

-11oMoJ'. aa"PUIalaOION WI' ItI hpaealcu vi aU Z ?- GIVE THEM A CALL -C 1 TUX to DAT Of anTE I17zftET: .

"tb*carrying of p4u tad other weapaBa secretly i Jc(..riu.E,Fu/ If. EE.AP.IF NOT CHEAPER I fur the receotion of *
TTZE pupil*of both ae* *.
anlkium, ba Iweonw a arriou. crd. kyunoui to Inc : ,. .' '. *

drridaal.it aid to w daageroa*iMaddthr to atMty u..n.: u'c From u.this Data unit .D t"ER.lCEi I: 1-- ; ; Than ctW EntaMiflirntmt in the City. Get Jr T1lD1 A CAL>aAT THE CORNER ADf'aaTa.TTHln '. Oapt !.-MANSFIELD, i rE2f.Jrs: t. ,.' i

vrll onVer will pass atop M the pmotic*at..met and t1 w 4v>LiIi\tT*T ilir ITt** 1\L\RKET. j < raa bean placed prrinannilly oa the mare 4l oonnroUon Primary CU.' per'Moth.' % ..
f 00
grad rune*will eierdae their -anil JPoa.weeb the : J.c1cM*iU"'Pla. Dec. 22-3m. I ,,
drat alter dmd the p.;!2.tOfI of bbl'late with the llarhnfion, making I1i AdraDoo4'Cl. "
a.eaqulry ndhwatipat.sal I lal"1 ._ "" ., J 3 011. ;,
'WIU"M'1y to lI-ble"1II.Ir.. i'SteoDiiv4lcounty .
.faBden to ponuhoMfrk 'the baBJt ai ta '. SEMI-WEEKLY TRIPS I ia Latin pr Modeta''.t.-f
to < '
nunJa, dow alluH..ut\/ ngn-T
.good order,and the 11III1..oil; r C.e>fn( I.ar.r Ww will Joare .,a.kwnrllle'ceavy V'EdNRotAY month r
agu pw i .
aat.tiour oaa.a oor.-.u. JaM sf mtt emuty 2 00 1
aUvY W Yadb.e./Iaw. ,
as Sarmn4S4 Mrera II punbhwHrnt mnoot he aingm- ,did. AMANDA 4 1L"Ar.T. Wafclies.'and.Jewelry.. -1 1 STEVENS -MURNINO.19o'cloctfor it.I.turnlndwiUh.re. Talotka and uUTniediate ; To be settled monthly. .

.518& aeeB.'T of evil eoarw,military com- ]'satkaeveryBOND.tyMORN.INO .
: 1E1
11111. Attorney.1.1w. Parent and .

braIolndemtojnUca"IL1Sadaadpcneesro.awitbthesrmaare furWddaa. .____ GEO. A. PECK, I 23, 25 anc' 27 Sroodwiy. New York, V.M.al,In 6 time o'ditHt u>rvcu miming with al Jnckmoville tb*train.for Mavinnuh at 2 o'clock and have Mint the ot pupil guairuaa ngihpod am as tics'J1\a11y i s boobac.m hat net the 0

hlaywi d err and latendani of towniareeoiiaafffl 'Oppan. 8sdcp 0.O Tallakux. .'' s.-plAmhu. .
to_that thoaa oeddr nn.uorut'd,and lo liie JACKSONVILLE ACADEMY. Aln dawEJ.ny: I A. soon M pomuble f she will cstend err trigs through 1..A. 8T. TZ.
auoalnatruetioataawiueoiimund wuhiu thiir Junadlr'twaahedmntolaw \ THE EUEOPKAS PLAN to Hntrrpnue,without any ebaog ef time la her anlral JacIaaom-lIIe.Au&.. H. IM7.6l-t
: they will aria and i.lase IL the I The uWnVr graduate Amhrn4 CoVtft.ant .1 EIRZET, ordep.rtme.IL I ,.
aanda of the miUurr authuritH any cg.mUi-t teacher of .|,4'l'M'tloe in W e hnrtbppwaw to op<-n i.'TCU.JlUJl.U C ;J I 'J'IlEST\TXS HOTt-E well and widely known Fur further intimation apply toJOHN -
'J'be P- penoi eon of 4r P 1_'. aDd upon I.d.01'1 tn Jacluoilrllit,on tlit1 :v.h 'I.. ]'1J ac The locatHA in pcr.aliy uitaU CLARA.J Smallwood Hodgkiss &
tb huUifnl dUrharn of dutiei on the put of pans tvnuor"". ,130.1"t t +E. FLA.KrrTS to n er.hsnhi and bnnlnoa corn it U In doer proximity Go.,
.a M pot at o01acdrpend*the._uJ result ft the lie fas*a.'laWlIb) hinvi-ir. fine Awt 1nnt, ;tolls \iuuarf tiart ul the aty-. on the hUilivay of tf. Are! a
.Y lWll.-n-a*the liUur wollum Lbe. M. A. ln.-5tjU ,_II kanwiv a*a trtta rn this city: ,: HouUem an' Vnrfni travtl-and ""' to aU thepiliKiml 'COTTON .F AC"J'Oiis : _

with tire fnr'. of mubltslilng a 1homuLI; udoljiool. I | l: alrot ON *
JlfOrdaroiOoL. Jon T.Bnioci: V Every effort will be made !.) the u-achi-w, 11 tI.".. hotiw has Ubcral acttimmoilation for LANDS
OHA8. F. LAKKAKEK render ie Acadrmy in p u itcmL:<*left*..*. A. e. nn scholarship and<..aqua l to lace laud sum..:ul tr.tjMv IropR'vemrut l.,the cunfwt and cahrtaunnentol Fleming's Island For Sale. .'
Officials ; and popular schools in Hi.".... it.innuf. The.:.*re<|> cows and wM" :I 10 .JSeaftll" 8&.0 11..,,....& '
To inspire a desire for knpwkd to in the mind of thepppUa trd-pn.nbied with m and water-the attentLtnoe I* \17E oflupward of Four Hundred arrr of goal I II "
1"lMafflJo t A: *. <>. aid < ,> Fumuvc lands on Flrmitipi Uiind linmediately I J.I.Smalltmod.fDrm.
ht, .. ti>inculcate prlnffplci)ot mnd morality nIOMTT lr>btpt and revp tfnl>-aad the taUe I 10 gK i>ulv p. onaRwot Eatta ICoamt
habit of crtilllv uuiinwd liivfdtne. will U eoneldrrrd vided with every LIST OF : .futof tu*trajuW work, a*truly a*MuringIntallrcUuJ roux I .and known an the A Bewciit pkuv. To be olil for Tho}r Its: .o Georgia =
UTtERS distribution and dulritm the heir of A. Eetmitdecraicd. i low ti ,Monda.' '
'' Ties..ne hivl.n been ref"" 'and nnoratcd we amortff rtt 1 Lte lJ 'Boon d
Ranaining in the Poet office ai Jacjmonvflle lublk natnumtkmi will be bald at Oar clone vl ashJean. are wablrd to utter txtra far.blioo..or &. _tort redplawutb lame one half caeh balano! aU 1R0n&ha 13)i 11 1'oal.. Co.Ric.l aka '
crrdit. { :
KovamW 8 1867. ( ot.Additional Uir arb ii>l"hU her.":alai be emjilojed a* tlwtvwih ol our 1..10."Ell E. C11A8E at CO.. For further particular addrrw rr apply to W, WILPON. i 1.I '13'.art prpand, thtobglr irifdra t,Agmta u to cob
Florida A iQ-muiulura will '*altached. (-. PnyrkLr.1IRESU U.llk'lrarj. Fla.,or W. F.WTilX.J.bo.i\m..!1 on red aR Cot"'a I"aIJ tilt southern par's,
GtXTLOUjft Td It InMidcd thai the Acadi-oiy aims become ere a. I / -. a'nuteea. 19 T 1IOODY. 01' std from g putt to New Yoike-e .
lOOn a*aufflck-nt aid sin I*secure I W. U: UtNIiERS, .
AtThoIDPIIOD.. Jnwph At preaw tbetrrtn will be a>follow*: i I e. B. THOMPrfiiX, LIVERPOOL DIRECT;

,._ Pitman D partment quarter........ t6 90 "'f AgentsJackauirllleFa
per _._
A4aa T .Jum..r" "* uidudin4 : rautaBtly un bands w. f>)reti-d turk ol -- ---- u our I'riPt mayprefer.v 'On oirinwti.ma toG .Urpt
ar. F1t'Ia'oIdor ; .'b.and Jewelry! ant all rtl T arches GARDEN pod ate such u slit gtw out. all
Grammar rodMach's SEEDS the drams
'w Graph Arithmetic Enguidi B.
""iaUy krpt by the lade,eb.ibb.olrst* JOHN FULLER Ilea of.that mukey ..
Bg41.y Bennie LAotTAeadcr...._......-w'JO oo ."educod lbrpublic Apply to ; .W .
&.101' imlmllnitAtari priia I W
'Bep,1. J. ;Bp'antMn.Bul1an .rhy iolorv. Ehrtoric, XatunU Itiilu.opliy ; 800TT, & CO., TII.1fIt. allee

; .Jaba Bane.,Ema .ChcntKtrr and A.tmnomy. 1100 ALSO FOB SALE \VHOEE4ALE: OR RETAIL 47 Des Street, New York City,! July. .. .

sir Mar' fon,K Eliza L.ngusgrFremA.LamaGaekperquar.: : 00 ,
B1ood Martin tri Er. BY AVmCTCItlB gas seats tie : btfNOTICE -
Reading VTrltlnf and epedllic will be "'Dtin.041
n k. 1tn.Mary r.Emil tbmuithout m&the drparunniU.TuitaoBtnvamUjrta.adtaiue.. ..STAT10SF.RT. PORTABLE AND STATIONARY : t

A. .. GJ Onu-half at tb be- SKll'ISG XACHIXKS, .
rlnolnan.UAt h lnirt.l\eWlav\ Tii. ;,i 'to A VARIETY OF OTHER E. WEBSTER & CO. 8TE4.JfE.YCI.'IESJ 8OL1E9t'8, ;
Goodbread Katy Tjte d'df can fey bkiof time b)1 i>ll' Alp be axle, mow ip a w.T way Top ear kara Tart-, .CUIf '
.J-r, Aaron J. eiia *-in.peei ><*ae.<<>ickiie *al a Read er more T r .AU boils dmpriug done at abort anime, and sort rnou j TO JM liOESE POWER. .. sIT
warranted. At the old and of C. It. ("nk O raa i ot t uira oi u. r
) ohnaon. MIA Caroline ]Hook T-ill be auppHrd by the frinc!)*!at er. i street A. X. Kctd'm Butlduut. ... 5-U Most apprond Circular end Cprurht Paw klllhk Grist : ,
li ana,Gabriel '1.o 1.- The tint term nil begin Tue>day, dr]>u-nibrr Mth, KTtolemte. and. 7i'elailDruggists Mills 8u'Mule and aU kind 4 M.nmg and Plautatlrm OEQ. A. PECK, ;
Icing Eider 3Iir Jive 1867,at Odd raiuw llall- Machinery hand and boUt to order.tSr ,
J. r. APTlIOnP. A. B, 1rlDdpaLOoL $HhaftlD. rullie Leattfr and Rubber Belting, !
O'Sail Charlr J RuIIu.cu: POE: SALE. and all kied i p 'Moore I1n. Fannie and Ballnad I .
ftVi-Uaciuyry In KureaDd .
supplies .
O.D-fun,J.I>.Mircnu, f. D. mid bJ '
the lowert
ahtppvd ratea.STEAM
Plums; Willis 8t Rer. Mr. Err.' Hononb Jum Cun.t. THE SMACK TOM TAYLOR '

l 6pnou. 1'181'Sypel.Jarob ,, Anruxt J. 8.1.biHKL.Jaokaonrllle \$-4B-lm. Fhe U sloop rigged haa a flab well two suits of sails I* -, OAS E3WELER !
Ws.mtllOlM i nn ton bur..thirty fret in length and thirteen bet '
Cat1t.!OIIh'DI\\1U'-,''- -- I be.man 4 draw 6epick> t'. 1 J mat ulil atjiJ manner*'SloaingUm p ; rir A n D'j.u I and I now in eomplrte order,and. .I*euitable for.a n.hin PIPES, a W'that wtI Sot ep Y.s. (bR.dd 01011a t !'
-- .1 (smack or'." Dear both 01 waiea iminni*she na* befog lOI.>-fcatch6Uu .. : J J i.J .
Council Proceedings. u v no ; town.employed By taking her rah veil *b* would NX: 4 OILER HVE, 'The But W put in for I U WIltL '(
.1i beulubleJur &racIa. For further partlcubinmddrVM ,
e : eanyiai' .. >E/TIU.. And an kind' of BraN an 4 Iron FltUoo.Tools fa.fur. t All work warrantadOnYaaal. 'j.. 'rj f
..eeting d Cammi tormmed on Fri4-.,. i .it,! Raraaonah t>a.THE. seam and has Fitter1 IMC. At to*olditand (.1) Oak on poaan Htnet JaVkMKrtlK yt
atje'uock,1'. >L, Kor.-mtw lit, IMS;. HI &r. I C' .' .. SAMMIS' BLOCK BAY ST., tSTb best and largest awxrtrarat In tha city and Fla. Myvfftf.Orangg j: S
w.O, aba aUyur fc-av areatduw. Pment -- t at tnnily refused prkoa. Bend fur Ala bra ; .
AkknMJ.&RamBiaK.rTVrtMerCha<. i Bia- CA'8OX)1LLB FL.l 0 _
I*Joca Urinawoa.. AbMBt-Aldennan Cardy SASH UNION HOUSE. .T1 KEW.SO )ALTURPENTINE !.
The fioud having beea called to order, UK nuotea .llilb Academy e f
at ta*kMinfular meeting were read and confirmed CORNER OF LAnA AND DrTTAL STllEE'l'SJTarkvanTiUe STILL ,

ar which a report aC item w.. and BUfRT,in FU. Tht houa navjng been tborongilyxmhpd Ilaving arrangement to be kept freablr.. aupplled 0-
ftWIaa Ace to Pswon aUemxlne and the location of fence i aid Dwwry fomb>h d, ocean euperlor induce- from a t grade Extra Heavy Bottom, 8T.. JttoTS. BJVEB noIUDL. .
llepatn eat.ant tr-nOmd t*the aaau oomtateftofunkerpanlcalara. to iMraaanrnt and tranneot boanlera. -
k larrtauoa to thaloeattauaf I E3 J DS ; the looatloat 1*tb*most beanulul and healthy the AU coyiflttt, fa Sale mucA fe&tp toil.A. Th.nhactlbcr rBertfally faArM lit plblle that h*
fco*> one* OB Adam and Julia atnel aid dty. The itooiu aal WILL. .*aj..oia KC comfort andTk.lTaW.'wiU we hare the seeds put up fur our own trade,with our opaaed t.above Inrittut.an the 14 Uetofceavaader
c-ta.$ are runtsd to act III JI\IaDCUoa with the I I .. ; ad..oa e otT"e have made our Stun th. .SHU.of all star bait to ord sad DMiUan Uttad Terr flattcruu, pnepeeta. nIII sos *f tb* .
CIt,Eaglaear ia aiakliig the proparI I ,t ff rt .far iabeB wttk to. VERY BEST out at.the lowest rate. hailllhud aodety aroong th. beat.fh.B4nr.aad
lkfoUovingOiiiiiiaDue.tyAid! was ; S ;.AD J teat am be protvrad in this or any other market GARDEN SEED DEPOT y_lh*will be eiernpi tram the ftniMomi ... :

,Wrudoeea.rod aud uianuaquiuy : ., Y V ., .1. li,J. HUHr-UT.-Proprletor. EVERT IND OF aodlfmptaUucuBieiwuhUtowniaadt"1vlam c : .
loll nUnat by th*JUj or and JiUmm 1M dt y ." Jactoonrm Oil 10,111II7U of Cart Florida, and win always b.p. complete etoek roes ytllne'r w
II lacka ar illa. That upun ail FlAarlea Fuhemea of.H kind of Oarlrt,rVId,au'Flower Heed*.raltaU P.LANTAT1ONMACHINERY 1
Kars read n OIl,.> bet Therein VtvatrfDnutimn.rnm MtmeBA ?: ids
wars Oll S$1.1raN fur oar aoU oltiuate. w.invite and aoUdt (Jominofl fa
aC glkrauwd..ad tie tai the and orji-r,of all uiu-reated m tnglWi brataeIaN per aaaioa.nxniUi < M .
f attention bariug.
kih.r-\M. ASa.1n,14C. HARDWARE..Wi BOARDING.'Ptaaon GaYas,and the fiD kind of VegnUhlea. good 2ngttinniBeta.Powers Grist Villa,Arrieultural larpla. Utla and higher hnnehee,per session I tnonlh,{ at .
lam.y meals of dtaorlptioa in th. Bock-kwJngaodaU aaamr of shirt rod pninwal 1 \.
N.1< u.- (9aYkOIUKltayupro. deilrfag BOARD W A PRIVATE FAMILY Iiiat reodYe4. the folio*iag for Fall l and'Whiter. planting loweat raiea.7 a&oft1 way*of doteg manannu.bnataaa* iaagb wttboat extra
_thsla0ewimgarroltUnn / .coq gad s nay pIMau'home with the Rn.in.Bwm : charge,to thoa who Buy dailr.s..a. : t

.-..1talko.,atr hpwtetadwbI } corner ot Adanw and Kewman ..0. The '1 000 Papers Flat Dntrh Turnip. OIXS Board MA b*obtained-la"'th.JoI. fr,.* 1 .
In datable location moderatetenna. f
ewmowdioua a
W. HUBBABD houx i large and
JIJda&q tb of tile III 7.dn 7.Iaid.tbe. ,. t'parJrvSndnewly* rnnritbPd. 111 talole will be.u! 1 000 Purple Tfp Ruts' Bags. AltO Ura oia.-c'oJ.P.L Iku.ySYUt,k a.Mphiw e
..tII..IfllIIa'bat plH-a with the brat the market will oIfet; BO pain iTO Jtid 'J ". Dr.K. Ulaaa,A.|L CojaJ .J t s
17..4..._ "\IeI J. wifl he*P rd to make b>a buss a pleaaant aadatlrao- GOO Slurring' Rota Saga 'ells iL"rio-r 1
.ait.m.r.\ '. tar Tiaitor* aoekiDg beaitb or pleaaure qpTTQN P.RESSES 11-41 ro.-awvu pp
a '
Blood ,
.nJJaJl bsll.yerk &D to ka. BAY STREET, darinf the winter.' l'rIera snoomodating. A share of 1 000 long Bog-ar Beet I ..
y.a.an.d to prek.pt space oIl-IaN -- 1 000 En .PmmboadCabWa r
IIcaIea la .p ue.clit Large be kept ill 1k.Cry Yatr B ads b dead siided.JOHY 6. BUT AIM. TIM Vat "
) 410- :. 600 Early York "/
,.MAwdbi Mmdgtkrehugratotcay $VER MADE -
.Oot. 1dca .. 8' 600 u M :
M.aYat lJrdsp.d. \JI.L etaACOODIdr'1. 0' Larg* S*.
Jacksonville, Florid f, 600" Dutch II with the Taylor,Eagle;, Brown,Southern.:and'th.. now

ett.itieli .-.a.Ra_ Dr. layn'ea -a-u-r -. f -N"fC T X..CE.i 600 Sugar Loaf to Craven H.p.Saw.Gin and,all Cotton supplies Para More, with,for Engine ale at and the TO' .IDEDT RS k GBE1 TOES. i I

-._-far at,fror J.mtf6 Ia 000 .IIi \ ._. .. _.., ..0 600 Long Orange Carrot rids by ., A LL indebted'...t.tior tleetg'i7saelt 1
1FAaala.d 1 will apply io rbe penona
t4UII IS months after die 300 Collard, B. FCT.LEB.tt Xi-laUofDuval.
,'sad rdtrad p4 k. NOTICE. toy leum dtennathd .IorM Coonry.aeooaaad, to ,
JlamUI" JouIiV. *
of .
prob.b. 47
Nsw York Oty.Bpecial'Notice
a Dey
500 Scarlet Badiab Street the MID.without delay i
1 estate of m.Day,= da Ixuag par and all penena .kaving
; p.aoc. I'1J BATE C CKT DUVAL COUSTT. = L 600 Early r .against rid eaIat.a w falJue0te4 lo preaeot tb* s -
Order paid ama tte ajMOStt*added Uatr. TO. 8. S IlT.u .'' ana properly authenticated wShln th.tam* ptMcfibnt .
itay .,_.. Rt'1l1UTr. prb.23-drop : t by Uw or thi.notJc.wUlb*pleaded lit hafc lk.i r
J. '
of Ute iTery
beWaCalk.ltftw.aata r .LI UmlDio&mriI po4a 7.ip ;; ,. .J .. Sigh of the GtUJDEH MOETAB. 'IMCAJIo '
IrlaOUI1J t401 U&.adoJeU ,' ...JI. fat raiting early Trait or Vege r
P uled. B"pI".U''o ..fr..JO boeae vitn0ou"g_.cIetsa4 l4eing-lU.d e Jts'l S.aWd '_ PCRftOXS'engaged will and U tothulr 4--.. ...
as7"tIT.m ( Pli \
Jaokeoyws1 $0-lw
.. w..+oe i.kstlr faab.. : t UO1.lo. -rtb "..b ,#* x.-; D .1f1.1" ,- ) -- 4uiURIVITUEE. advaDtabi q.U a i April .. ,
ma au. Ii..H atIeweMJI' .' .OI'.wr.a.B.C&.ut > -
smmlam er/rwd pY4 ._ StuNllU.taIeIt to .
C. L'ROB11I801I; .
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buinas.6.ncUsJsrs4.1tY tintaatbelathan IL an1tnol r ".bolltiDe "+ G.J"m 1
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d It ._ Edwaide
.I fa tba"Flottda Col r. I'. Pun" 'a' Nttl J'Iwida I ; ; Maw
paper ator4 Te
& Tba ce1ebrate airrfC by aehooner alpha tarfaawrtmeot d ,. .
rH. dlktaOktTJI : .joIJ t.BILlS ..es seir at t...wTsasta at e Cctuai. 'S''I'oVJa.tbelM&tII1-' TIIL ..-
J .. oaI4 Kottue All.flI.loa] _with tU bat .Aetfori.dta.HlMrT M She tau &M Depot Bw dwl.' J .." . L WANTED 1 l: PHYSICIAN. &\ 9UIIGEON. .i
J .I'.f..llacttor.Dd 1 .. .' HIOKOEY-LOGS .
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the' ,et-- PV\I ,.
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Tactbrtloafd A'ppll '
OF LADING. L..I'7.1I."' ..l..J "J.h"V ba' lbS, .1 ft 1TV1LE-A.to,new artivtn,.atS Greet" .v ,-"., ,.\t'I F 1' 'EE1'FROM','TO Ii JUT LONG' t' .' ,ij.j .'O 3'et4tWi. "101
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T my d coo. .t tbf.10th dip' ly itoedJlOO41. : ri. .J.j b lada dl.aMa.: 1., ; .f" :Ii : J .j

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AT Tills rlLpY'im dlaaLF0il wtUh+umr.t .; IYl acid lame .v' : 1641 "r JOJDr C7.A.JUY. s. I to, ; 11AC OAIIILr,'IAw3.
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rQPI'J j- tf.K i"1
.. Ta 1 ,
snail be held to apply to tben; .. _
fcwdel > 'J '
tm OP 1' ECTIIDrES. toUcbo in utf. &OI cigars: :r vided.* warehouse, shall pay the taxes oll.nc! the ppose of asoertainiug the .quantity-dis 1.OOOoOO' _

f '.la4<-,!f"i i .," tax imposed upon, the manufacture. o ear collector Mthm fifteen ot the days district after wherein t't.and securing the payment of taxes 1 far "J' ('B' ) THE; _
they BALE O3T
same in of FOB POl1iL.u.OlrlrBQI'tn.AH.
snuB, sod cigal'l:,}rorid, That "the manufactured and Wt may judgment tie commissioner -
(cou&d, IIIClIAP. tx.xxxn\: \ before the same have been of internal and
upon the manufacture: pf tobacco, removed from the store rvenue regulations ,".
i or
building such
section eighty-eoven be amended by. cigan, shall be held to accrue upon or from his put- prescribed by him. necessary .
kjn/ out ell afar t&e enacting clause and ineertI or removal from the"'place of manufac' cher._ shaU neglect possession, f ; and if such pu(- for that purpose: And provided further, That tyING YY1Lr9TRON, A
'I I ing in lien thereat the following : That any removed to bonded' warehouse': to pack and have such cigars Jan Jfn days distiller UL'ron of coal or min oil, .

ann company.- corporation who; m. .! further; 'lIIi eturcd tobacco and pay the taxes thereon in.pt. wh prodrct ec ba HAndsome-and. Reliable Watch I
ttow,b, engaged in the manufacture, of cigars whether of doniestio manu c- shall be not scc ding r per d'O a averageehail not heruired .' ) ., .. L' "" "
rfaaaBVor; cigars, or *ho ''.hall berwfter imported, may be transferred without lars, and led Uimpnsonednotexcoeding.ix exceeding flee hundred' dl- to make rtu. oftener .than once in \ JOl Ia t

mence or eugage in inch manufacture, nt of. Uui tax to a bonded warehouse at Ihe discretion. t and th Int & .*.of Without,;Be ird.I to Value
mencug, or, if already commenced befu in conformity with law and treasury may b seized by o curt and shall.b Un .pt tlrt.tea eentt J gallon. '
continuing men manufacture for which. fcuder such rules and regulations the United States. And if for- gond. on gund.pi .4sd'nol tote jPoJajfy- teu fer100 -
fol and PRINTING!
any person. dry mustard all
bl -l thq execution of such :
;njbe liable to under the transportation or shall ftc 'qtijaytasy.
other as I frm. compl. corrabo: emplo or for use as for or adulterations ,
ions of law, shall in'addition to a security may be prescribed by .ubbtul & r
with all other prqxUious of law, furnish to I Miouer of internal revenue subject to pru not the permit or eadorsoment any of coffee, .or mut and upon all Solid Sold B'tmIbIa'w..l.e. $27G. 1I,0
'"al f'th t thereon r lompoonds and midu1 for sale, or 10* Mafia CMed Gold Wstcbe&t I. 300to .IIJCI
ai eseor or aasittanlt assessor a statement, Secretory of the Treasury, quired by this' at, ahal 'b ponikhed by a intended for use and sale leo. Waist,..,-. r, ; ." tee 10 3001M
; tcribed under oaQi or affirmation or other security to be talon by the too of ten doUan for each he hall as cfJ spices or MO Gold Hiralinf ChronVr Watches ; WO to tI
\t netting fcrth the place and if in a city, of the district from which such remo such person, or by so employ mutr.or as substitutes one cent p aooeoMHuiittoelagBsBJU_ Moio 2toO
and l/e implllmot not exceeding : Provided, That the eseulpiu of <000 UUmOB Dtit>ln Vstebw, ].*>loSOO =
etrejt and number of Ole street where the & ; may transported from such, ton days. And t '
any person shall thousand in 'annual value of Gold Hooting 4merttaa Watches. lee toWO Wt
ttta storing U, or is to bo, curried on, the to any othor bonded warehouse es found making cigan, without luoh. b 0101&. product 80rr Hnmtof lirers ... to toJO
aad of the a*, afureaaid, and may be withdrawn. the indorsement mlt or not apply to any of the .600tttvffuennsbeptexiq. '' I3tO, ise5OOtoldi.ai4ssWatehes
.description article, al thereon; the ._ .
co1t tt. articles mentioned in this .para ,- to foi
it the tame snail be manufactured for or to fur consumption pay- may seize cigars .' .
dst any or tobacco for 1.000 Gol.Uraarm leyuleceUaaeooeu I 11II10 *
.old and delivered to any other person or & tic; in conformity with the provisions \ cigars, which maybe foundin gapb molasses produced from the 1.000 M >''erWatebeji. 'Oto 100
the name and residence and business or relating to the removal dutilled spirit siou of such parson, and the.same shall 15.- and not from .or. J.SOO Boutin* Stiver Watches C 2610 .0
b sorghum or impheo, a t.floa.Ajegrtea'Valcbea,all kind*. tote ?j
rules regnlatitfns, and conditions of I cited ta
tion of Uw person or party whom the said to the United State* and sold ; the cents gallon.On I.
Vcleu i to be manufacIu.eJor to whom it ia M> far as applicable shall apply tA tobac of such sakuhaUba'd'u.tribaiud' per of 13*" Every patron obtain |ja Watch by this

to delivered, and.genei-ally the kind and or cigars in bond 4 warehouse. And Ire United Status and the informer b.when sirup moa or tag&r-cane juice, arrangement, costing bat flOi while it may U

xoonulacttiie/1 or proposed to be shall in any case be allowed upon there be any, &provided by ltw. i remo\'e or frm malado, plantaton. bottoms concentrated of I worth'lOOO. No partiality (V wn. "7 3

,- and shall give a*bond to the United States, tobacco, snuff or dears. That section ninety-thrO be amended by stri-: produced from the ad. c.tn not THE FLORIDA UNION We wU to Immediately dispose ot the abate manlScentitaca. -
section be amended stri sugar .lrand CerUOcelee avmlne the afllelis are PL.cocl
1 one ot turetiet b ninety-olio by Ling out all after the
to the
more jrroved by iUuj .
enacting and inserting made from sorghum to staled cnvrlops,sod w.U mlxtdJHoldnssnwratkd:
be tor of the district, in the sum or three all after the enucting clause and insert in 1.11 thereof the following: That aC fourths of one cent o imph' th to the srttdes aitnuid on tbdr : and dollars for each cutting machine kept lieu thereof the following: Thai all man- goods, wares, and merchandise,or artickm On sugars not above per number twelve Dutch of ten dollar.vtufber It be a audi worth 11,000 ur 1_
.1 in the of thousand dollar for tobacco, smfl': or cigars, hall, before uta turn. !, made, mal The Mtom of ay of eec certificate eBtftle.Ta to thartiaW
use; *um one I or produced (except refined p- standard in color, from the. earned tbrreoa apoa mevment, imepective of lu
j. .., 1ON..pI"OItI.kept fur use in making plug ot pro.I is used or rem \'oo tor conuumption be trolpam, refined coal oil, cotton gull and.i.c. not from 1ruc other.ugaranoand than worth,and M DO II'IicW'J ued 1eea,IlIaD 110 ie named
: I tobacco;'in the sum of five thousand dull by an iiupuctor aj'f oaitrd under tho I spirituous and malt lquor U- thooe .rhuO by imph of cent oo aoy eertlflcaM. It nil K once be fen bat tbia la

\i. ;A>j acb hydraulic paa kept for ose; in, of law. .bo shall mark or affix a I bacco;anul. and ") by any m.Uur.tun o tna. per pruc. th rfne ts one No Lottery but a' straightforward legitimate

i : um of one thousand dollars lor each anufl ;| upon tho box or other package contain white product shall not rUt rats On sugars above num and not above JOB PRINTING transaction which may lie participated in oven

: to.t for ue; and in the sam of ono | tobacco, snuff, or cigars in a manner one thousand d.llr; por annum, and shall to eighteen h t..o.in by the most fastidious.

? 00:);* bach person employed bJ.eaid I| prescribed by the conrjiiuuonor of intern made or by the labor of such lernor I duc numbr directly from the. .tnd cor.from pro A angle ontificate will be sent by mad port paid. up.

,1 flna. company,or corporation in making ; I denoting the kind, quantity or num. I h'rm, or br their family .ha be and are imj.W, a Ux of one aad a half on receipt of U., Are I* II,eurran for $2. tbmtbne \-
in each piu.k.iio, with the dato of, from Irghut 0 and "nt wrmium lee 5 i.'!elxqMz and mere
'. mditioned that bt will comply with all the hereby tax the
C exempt ; !'product' pet pound. valuable tor 114_
11..an" >
I II ptvouua nu>e miDrrk
quimnetiU of law in. regard to the ) and the name of the inductor, and I hull ex<.t>ed such rate and not exceed Ihu rate I On sigar above number eighteen Dutch standard watch for f la. To Airate lit thoie viabtaw employ
of tobacco amiD;/or cigar; that be will I dUtrict. The fees of suiU u>sx>c- of three thousand dollars, tho tax ahall be levied in color, directly from the meat Due U a rare opportunity. Jt ie a legltimaulyoonduoced
I in all catou Iw paid by tbe ow ner ot the I louct .Ua badness,duly amkaniwdb| ]>the carrrnment,
employ others to manufactnr who the and
cigars a.Kd. .1.colk't.only upon cxnas cane not (UI sorghum or imphee, i and open to the meet cacefut eeenriiT.] Try ua!
\ not oblwi&fd the requisite permit for making tobacco, s.iufT, or cigars, so in- above the r.w tholnJ dollars per an- two cents WJU4HT; BBO-. A Co. Impuitne
gar| that be will not engage many I ., And any person who shall alhx upon ;:1 nun ; and in all other cases the whole annual On the p pnd of the sales of Op.FJCE, : Sly '_let BfWway, Hew York.

; ky hinojf or by collusion with other,' to or other package containing such to 'I product, including any business or transaction including all the products o( thi.1IreInl mau.' b

:, fraUd the government of any tax on any snuff or cigars any maik or stamp which I I where one party has: been furnished with ma- f"ctr.or rehneries, a tax of two one h UNQUESTION [ Y THE BEST
.facture' tobacco, inuff or cigar ; that he faloo! or fraudulent in any of tho par ttrial., or any part thereof, and employed by one per centum ad valorem ; Provided,

render truly and corructly all the return, before recited. in !th l serliou, or nhall I I another party to mlltore. make, or loib every person shall Iw regarded as a sugar refiner, SUSTAINED WX OV THK KTSD.
-, and inventories prescribed for to defraud the United Platen, or to :I' the goods, wares Ircbadi 0 *, and pay t texts by law whose business IS 1HH WOKLU."
turer of tobacco anulf; and cigar; that the same tu bo defrauded, chango in any i aj'lug or promising tfo and toI it is hWr. quality and value of !

ever ha ahall add to tho number of cutting such stamp or mark or such box or i w hum the same are returned I aod sugar upon which a ta or duty ha. been paid Is prepared to execute all kindsof HAIiER'SNEW .

chine, presto snuff mulls, or cigar-ma, so marked or stamped, shall bo liable to : tinibe.shall be assessed and the tax paid there by melting and rryslalzti. cr by liquc.rinar -
of not lees than fitty dollar, or to impris manufacturer Job Work in stylev JlOXTljLT MAGAZINE.
rued or employed by him he will & producer or : l'rvidt claung or oth.r or by every
i give notice thereof to the collector who not coediug two years tor every such That whenever a producer or r I any other chemical or me.na. or CrlttoalfrSti if M h-.

I Hie bonds that h* will pay to the collector of And all cigar manufactured after the hall use' or ensue, or shall remove for coauuiptiou I I'ho shall by boiling or other .process advance .
It! tile fimmeit *ofh district all the Uxo which may or should bo of this act shall be parked in boxes or or use, any article, goods, wares or i I the quality or value of mol.iw. concentrated never bad a more deilirhtfal |ofi icitli. million
esatd and due on any tobacco snuff, or packages. And any manufactured tobac nereliandijfl, which if removed for sale, would I molamfs, or upon which a lax or duty a more ent#rprui n bVml.thaa Harper's a5esine.-
eo manufactured and that he will not and cigars .hothur of domratic manu be liable t< taxation, he shall be ha 1'8. mba IITtJwJ4ul PrataI" (Bmmae)0
) ly toll purchase, or receive for tale any I or imported which abatE Iw sold or pass the tax upon, the articles, .ar.-or nurchandiao I On sugar candy and all confectionery mad 01 The_meet. pop S liar aotitrilLa-1- tbs(.world.-JvVie TarS
tobaxo, uo! or cigar which have not been the hands of the manufacturer or iint trti e Used, or so for consumptionor wholly or in part of sugar, alue at exceeding S S We malt refer III trnrn elteln/the hIgh tone aid
1. spected, branded stamped a*required by i into a bondi-d "an house without the U; but naptha, the product of the di ull.v- twenty cunts including theta Tarted ex ellnvea of Harper's M *rne-a jeomal .uh

or upon which thn tax ha not boon paid if ; matks or stamps affixed, unless other tion of petroleum, and other similar bituminous a tax of two p per pound exceeding ,. a monthly are la circulation be fouxi eorao of about.5 be 10.0010"rboKenl Offal e-m and wboeepaere "11-

has accrued or become payable. And the I I provided shall be. forfeited, and may be substances, when used or consumed on tho [remiKS twenty and not exceeding tory cents per pound. era! reading of tbe day. We nxak .l this work ae an
Toil I may be renewed or changed from time wherever found and shall be told and tho for fuel or cleaning, shall bo exempt from including the tax, a tax of four cents ierwlit.ri pound; evidence of the culture of the Amerilx n People and the
of such dale shall be distributed be- popularly It baa acquired is nwrttM. Lash Number
tlno in regard to the suritiet exceeding pound including
or amount forty Ct.pr ; contain fitly I.4 'greores4iug-rnaiier.approprIately
o; _ding to the diacretion of the the United States and the informer if section ninety-four bo amended by string th tax. .>r sold by Lx. pk. or ulhtrwiso UluMrated .UA ,l'o4 waad-euta. inS it onmlilnre in
; noder the instructions of the commissioner be any, ai'providtd by law. The commis- out all after the enacting cLu and ln- than by the pound, a o ten cen DEEDS, LEASES BONDS tartS the rwy monthly aadl" nuvaipaUeeophjcjiqiiar'terlv
I tcntl revenna. And of internal revunu* shall keep an account ng in lu: thereof the : That upon tum ad, valorem. p blendrd wttb the beat a-atanaol the daily '&.

I' pany or corporation aforoeaid every parson haJ firm stamps delivered to the several ins] ctois; the artici. goods, wares, and m.I'uwJi.hero On chocolate and cocoa J.rpa.ta of pure IT ha literatureTarns great power in the diMrmmlitation Git (fe Amman of a*lose obo0a4 at

inspectors shall also keep an. count where otherwise one and a half cent ,.
'whenever demanded by any officer of Dotune except provided pound AND turt Lamtem j
revenue, a oertificate from the collector, who i stamp by them used or placed upon box- be produced and sold, or be On gon cotton, a p per centum ALL OTHEB Tae vutumva eooatltuto of tfemeelvea_ a llbnry
numUaarona tllclIMfSII be bond la the
hereby authorized and directed to the urn, & g cigars, and of all tobacco muff Rnufdu made and sold, or be consumed \alll'm e same compare In rientmn any other pubiloattaa that baa some
ting forth the kind and umber of m inspejkid, and the name of the per u manufacturer or producer there On gunpowder and 'all explosive fubatanees ouiier oar" .-Batttm Camner

pad mufls and number of. or company for whom the tame were or remove for consumption, or use, or for used for mining, bleating, artillery, or sporting Legal Forms.BUSINESS .
ken for which the bond ha been given. : and shall return to the assessor of \ olhre than agenU of the manufte-. purposes, nut otherwise provided fur when valued \ 8UBSCRIBER31867.: -

any perIOD, firm, ct corporation '- a separate and distinct account of urer or the Unit S1 o .t thirty-eight cenU per pound or 1 less, including 4Ihe
r tobacco nuff cigars of any description and also return to the said commis Terri torus thereof, there ahl 1&col. th'j tax, a tax of fire per centum ad vak r ..

I. oat firtt fumiihing the bond in the case on demand all stamp not otherwise ac- llto and. paid the following I.aid >rem; and when valued at above thirt\- igbt Publiabera bYe perfected a atatem mailing by

required ahall bt subject to a fine of three for, and shall give a bond for a faithful producer or manufacturer thereof, that is cents per pound including the tax, a tax of ten which..pU,4.0 the;those can. wbu supply prefer the t.,Miclifiji raceiije their and nersodlcala WISeLY.

dred dollar, and in addition thereto, upon & of all tho duties to which he may to say : cenla per pnund. directly from tbe Ofice ot Publkanon.
: yictioa thereof shall be liable to the,1 and to return or account for all On candles, of whatever material made, a tax On varnish Japan made wholly or in part The poatage on Haars s Utoorna ta M enta a
n which be in his bauds. of copil other year,which must b.pald at tkf i Mcr placed ,
lot a tana not exceeding on.year; at the diac may of five per centum &halol'm gum or rums or .ubatan a.--, a-
tax-tlf fiy"-llf'r centum ad valorem.On .
T 1 tion of the court section ninety-two be amended by stri- Ona.iuminlltl. inado of coal wholly or I .

1g That section eighty-eight be amended by all after the enacting clause, and in in pa or utb.materal, when the product I tho solid glue and gelatine tax of of all dtvcriptions in CARDS BJIPSS'S Mecaxmi.on.yf r.+......... 08.
state a one cent ;
king out all after the enacting clause and in l\eU thereof the following: That if be above t." huudl. thousand cubic per pound.On .. eafru ftlAaf'I.\o1faou.W.un.t,:&
4 glue and cement made wholly or in as eaiedgYeufur t"Ittb Iff Flu. k ICJ.IID11dIi
part awry
eortmg in lien, thereof the following: n other than the manufacturer shall lot per month, a tax con to |mr one thousand _
i I'n ( f glue sold in the liquid state, tax of 0"rank. >a mtUonc*i er i2Covwur; &00.
t hall be the duty of the assistant eeorof consign, or remove for sale or part with cubic fut ; when the product shall be cents gallon. forty i Bark A.,,Ser,can be supplied at any Unat
I district to keep a record in a book or book of any manufactured tobafoo above two and not exceeding fYI hundred thousend per OF EVEEY STYLE A. VARIETY I! A Complete Set jww aompriala*,Tbtity breaVoIaTRM,
On solid head
pins, or other a tix of five l&noatCiotb binding.wi&be seat
U be far tie be the cigan which the taxes imposed ( month of fifteen per
prorided purpose to open to or upon cubc o per a emits centum ad valorem. 5! 13 ne volam. &a,.
of I have not been paid, with the knowledge cubic foot when the c.t r
tpection any penon upon reasonable req per thoUud ; rrif t an. Chra wal-
1 pruc 'On photograph*, ambrotypos,
I of the name of any and every penon firm such a person shall be liable to a pen shall bo above five handrcd thousand not other taken daguerreotypes, ISITIXO CARDS uta. M_ I. .
the .
ir pictures by ot fight
action S.. MQjen|* -.tr6' Jeupuaa'raewCM
hundred dollars for each offence. exceeding five millions of
cubic ttx-t
be month
piycs'oorpkttioa'whoinay engaged ,
p.T / af
I and not.horfinallor exempted from tax, a Ux 01 awuC arniertailj sssS M eamii ananioaAL.HAEPIK .
the manufacture of tobacco, muff or cigan any penon who shall purchase or receive a tax of twenty cents per ono thousand cubic five centum ad valorem.On 'JIf', JI teaLtd 3la5tm., &ddria
bit district together with the place where any such tobacco snuff or cigan which ftit ; when the product sha11.above five million per screws, commonly called wood SHOW CARDS ADiHSSIOX CASD$. BRO'fBZ43.tf
manufacture i ia carried on, and'place tS been inspected, branded, or tlamjed as *, a Ux of cents per one thousand tax of tea centum ad valorem. a J'UUU3f SQ... ".-To..

dence of the penon or persona engaged by law, or upon which tho tax has not cubio fuet And tho general a\'cr"loC On clocks per and timepiece, and on clock I

: and the auiatant asseaior' shall enter in laid paid, if it has accrued or become payable, the monthly product for the ','.a pril 'h when sold ,'ithoubeillg cased, a movements tax of BILLS OF LADIKQ, CIRCULARS .,r.i.'R'RI.i.GE CtrI'1JE..
under thereof shaU be liable to return required law ahall
I cord the name of each manufacturer knowledge a pen by rat five rent ad valorem. Great Tork. his
per goaf's Phyaologlnl ) er see
abstract of hi and each fifty dollar for each and \' offi-nor. of tax heroin imposed. And where Y every
monthly return; cry any pu- On all ".aps valued at above three cent own Doctor.- ein*a Prtrale InHractur be iloirled -
sessor thall keep a similar record for the any person who shall purchase or receive works have not licon in operatioa for the next not perfumed, and salt-water per PROORAiniES LABELS, P_.or tboeu about to",,.I b male and female
district any such tobacco snuff or cigars from year preceding thy return thth tho pound soap everytUnf eoocemla1 the aarimlpey and .:-
aflid. mad of cocoa-nut oil Ux of fite
a mills per tuna of oar_cal..nd tee Mradumton or Preveotion
That section eighty-nine be amended by who has not paid the special rate shall b doturminod b) aVer pound. ef oflaponc iocludlna'all tb4 new durovertne
king out all after1 the enacting clause and be liable for each and every offence to age of the monthly j-jpxluct: 1'rovided, That On all perfumed a tax of three CERTIFICATES. never before(irea In tAG inllislll buMnairvby WUlUut
lug ia lieu thereof the following: That in of ono hundred dollars and in addi the product required t bo returned by law by pound.On soaps cents .Young. at. I). Tfeia Ie really a valuaiue and tntereeiui
per : It M wrktea fa plate nnnaitt tnt the general
cut where tobacco snuff or eigan, of any thereto, a forfeiture of all the article, a* any ga company be unll"n t bo, in all uncompounded chemical productions r..d.r ud b illuatratea TJJi tpwaideor'* ..lemmnnfa.

sription, are manufactured, in whole or in d, so purchased or received, or tho full addition to the gas cuume by said company not otherwise provided for, a Ux of five r RECEIPTS, DRAFTS, AH yauac maru,4 p.iepfr.or tho aontempUUnir -
'upon commission er (hare*,or where the. thereof. And every person before ma or u\o party, tho in the WU ad valorem. pt merrdm and having the 1 Icaat Impediment
pruc chlr centum .
to niatned Ufa ShOuld md thuv buol| It 4I.CMe. e-
al from ,which any .uch articles are any cigan after the passage of this act, actually ronjorod by company during On essential oils of all descriptions a tax of crete that every one.bo ld he acqiultiwd with. .Sill I It
-, are to be made i ia furnished by one party I apply for and procure from the assistant tho month pn.lio the return ; and until the five per centum ad valorem. I I IOn KOTES. POSTERS 9 a bonk that must be locked ep ami out lie ahoul Ufc.
'manufactured br another, where the i r of the district in which he resides a per- thirtieth 'y eighteen hundred and all eec, It will be emI to ace one on thereretptef Kitty
1. < Apri. furniture or other articles made of .'*. AdorexeDr. Ww. yo..y..tt88F-ou..t.
"furnished or told by one party with the authorizing such persons to carry on the all whose price
lxtl-1\"cn. ga 'II..n4 i wood Bold in the rough or unfinished not otherwise p K.T.Founh, '. S-If
standing or contract with another that the : of cigar making, for which permit he shall I. are author1 the Ux h.ro I provided for, a tax of five per centum ad AND AST OTHER DESCRIPTION OF

,I ufactured article 'it to be received in I assistant u et or the sum of twenty- in imposed, to priot iwr thonund fiat oji gas valorem: Provided, That all furniture or other I .
therefor or any part thereof the tax imposed i And every person employed or work- sold ; and all such Cmlani"which have heretofore articles made of wood pro'iQuslyd. and JUST RECEIVEDPer

.law thereon may be sumiml npon the party the business of cigar making ill any other costrwtad forlsb gsA to municipal a Ux paid thereon shall be asseasnl a tax of firs P x. A. I 3XT '
: whom the same was made or to whom the than that in which he or he is a resi corporation* are, in like Ilanne and for tho per centum ad valorem upon the increased value ScioonerEJUIA 3J> 'inn.I

e' ,wa* delivered a* aforesaid,or upon the hall, before making any cigan in such same pro authorized.to add such tax to such only thereof hon sold in a finished condition.On ,- '. it -

party who made the same as the assessor district, present said permit to the assistant e"! pro 1'ravidod further That all gas salt, a Ux ot throe coots per one hundred
den bet for the collection of the revenue. of the district where so employed or lighlin strrrt lamps or for other pounds. AND 000. ,(di&wnt ,)

,- 'in case of fraud on the part '. of and procure the indorsement of sail PWJ'and '. and all g mae I On scales, pumps garden engines, and hy :: : 100 Doors '* .

partis* in respect to said aianafacUire,or of assessor thereon authorizing said busi ; u by anybotol, inn, ta\e.Ind I draulic raDII a tax ot three per centum ad va- 190 Pr. I. .
collation on their part with Intent to in laid district for hich indorsement the I veto d..elng.hou" shall Ui suhje-t to ta I ,. uao.LAMW -

the revenue, inch material and \ assessor shall be entitled to receive tedmount of product, and may tie On tin ware of all Inscriptions, not otherwise !in9t BTOex Bt1ILDu4D..UL1)w..U.
articles shall be liable to forfeiture r and the applicant the sum of ten cent And estimated ; returns in any case hall provided for, a tax of five per cuntnm ad valorcm. '011100V 'd )&OUWUtt., OJ' 1H1XOE8
articles hall be liable to be assessed the be the duty of every assistant assessor, b understated or underwtimateil, it shall hi'the UMR. I '
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rates of tax imposed by law upun any application of any penon residing in his duty tif tl>. assistant asw (>r of the district to On all iron not otherwise provided for, advanced NAtLB.PLSSTZZIIG. .!.

kiDL. J to furnish a permit, or to indorse upon increase the time as he .shall deem just and byond mm k-bar, blooms slap, or looj, K, !
-- .That teotipn ninety be amended by' of tho applicant, if resident in an- And' provided further,,That gas corn- anti, not advanced beyond bars, and band hoop I "
prop .
t GaL aQ after &a enacting clause and .& district authority to pursue the trade of .lat within the corporate limits of any and sheet iron not thinner than number eighteen BUTTS.BCRXWS. ;

lieu thereof the' following: That any making within the proper distritt of such city twn. whether in the same district wit..\1tII and plate iron' not 1 less than SHORT' NOTICE. CAKPKNTKR'9 TOOL9. !,I.

j firm, company, ortcorporaUon4now or assessor ; and aid assistant assessor otllerwi or so located as to compete with each one eighth ot an inch in tbickneoa tax of SHOW CASK AUD WINDOW flI.AB8,
I"! 'Ia' tgsge4 in enufsetute9ftobacoo, keep a record of all permits granted or in oter, ahU pay the rate of Ux impose| by Uw three dollar pot ton: Provided That a ton AJIR FlLEIt 801.1'8. f .
dotcription him showing the date of each permit, having the largest production \." ., W.
: or cigar or any whateoevef by upon company shall, for all tIe purposes of this act bo deemed W. HUBBARD,
1 ; '%e, and hereby it, rMotred to make out and o residence and place of employment : And provided further That coal, tar and and taken to be two thousand pounds.On Moderate Prices.'c 5. !"'Jlodt:
', Jlrac too the MtiatiLU Mtettor of atBcsttnent party named therein the name and dis amoni..liquor produced in the mannfai'tore band hoop, and sheet iron \hinnrr than ... t' ) .- s.4*- ae.vllle Fla.
t I trl* a true statement or inventory of the < of the officer who originally granted the illuminating gas, and the products of the re number eighteen wire gauge plate iron less .

I tiiyiieci.cf Ui* different kind''of or who may have made any subsequent distillation o( ooal tar, and the products of th than one-eight of an inch in thickness, and cut wM. thk E

nuff-flour, tnuff cigar*,' tinfoil,,licorice thereon and the name or/-tmoies : manuctul of ammonic1 liquor thus pro- nails 'and spikes not including nail, tacks ,

a. held or owned by him orthem'on the party or parties by whom the person duc. b exercpt'from taLOn brads or finishing nails, usually put up and sold WATCH.MAKR '
Vlay of January of each year or at the in inch permit 1* employed, cjr,if work- illuminating. lubricating or oth miner in papers whether in papers or otherwise a tax ,. ,

commencing,business under this act himself' stating such fact; and every al oils, making not less than nor r of five dollars per ton : Provided That rods 1fU"f TO, .

-Jbrtfc what partioB .f said good .wai J making cigars shall keer'all ao- than fiftv-nine degrees llaume's hydrometer the bands hoops, sheets, plates spikes and nails '
C ;, feedorprodofced'by him or them; 'and account in a book of all the cigars made product of the distillation, or refining of cruJo not including such as are usually put op in papers In T.;, Hrtrid ge''i: Ucui't] :eJackson ,

wa purchaelid from other; whether ;for "whom and theft kind /r quality; petroleum twenty cents per calico ; and, all as before mentioned, manufactured from y .

MBoki&g Dne-cut horU, pressedlng, if made for any other perton, shall state in such oils between tho spociflo frravity, byIlaume'i iron upon which the tax of three dollar ha T)KSPECrmXY 1D.* JMJMl
..floor PC iteed wnfl; or cigar, which *t account the name of the peon for whom tent, of thirty-six and fifty-n.fno degrees been levied and paid shall be subject only a tax \ yule sad vIcinity,thai J>. ku sn4-
; fjMn*or Jt"-torr shall be verified by the were mada, and his place bf business, shall be deemed refined illgoni- of two dollars per ton in addition thereto anything opened kjsptec*at bu.IiIIeM w .'I'IMC '
or affirmation of nch perIOD or ponon & thall'on the first"Monday of every month nating incusiv.; any person or persons who, fir in this act to the contrary noth withstandLug. )mend r. G. will sad b.happy to" *r kwoU
oi ALL WORK *s many ew UM es uh to lay wYII1
kanner and form prescribed by the to the assistant'iMetsbr of the district a rUn
In the purpose of sale o consumption, shall mit: carafolrjr trpund sad (U n reel. .,
I IIi ef intenal revenue; and every of inch account verified'bv oath or affir any of the heavier paraffins oils ;with such illuminating steel made directly from muck-bar, that with his urene-a pnodooal WUcba.h .
or corporation shall that the tame i is trpa ana correct. And either with blooms of three dollars Ill.h."fony.latllie7 soS. wiIl
,, perIOD company oil*, or with naptha or one e1..be.OI' loops a per .able to gtv fIIIIl&tiIdaetiDa ie' III 'Wbo save IootI
took baa.Mcarate account of an the penon tbaQ make ariy cigars wlth lltpro- the other, shall be deemed manufacturers nf illuminating ton. IN -THE BEST 3IAXXER. ?es to be np nd. M ntcks, i vsntekA OM
tferttaU thereafter porchaaed ,by him or such permit the proper indorsement OH and taxed u rich; and said oil On atovea, and hallow ware in all conditions EXECPTED. ; -- -' .'lea S'f-U

''the antity of, tobacco fnojt auff-flom-; or neglect to keep stink account in took thus ;, with or without further dis whether rough, tinned or enamelled and tasting AND

rara,' -.whatever description- IIWI he hall be punished by a flne'offiv.dol- mi, ltP subject to a tax bf twenty *of iron, not otherwise-,provided for, a tax Furnitnre

iHd conjioined, or removed lor':00DIIUD., for each day he ball to offend or by im. c-nts per gallon b, after said mixing or distillation of. three dollar por ton. rOn ?4.rISJ'4.CTlO.V GU )'TI.ED. ,
''gaJeTwrtlnoved from the place of & lot such time as the court nay order the product marks Baume's hydrome- tube made of wrought irons tax of five ,. f -

adheM'tberahall, on or before the tenth o>y'i offence pot exceeding thirty days toy, between said 0'trty..i aad fifty- dollar per Un* "c> :an aSTOVES.
of ehw \11 fs t.o the assistant) # whole, tjpon anyone conviction. And if nine degrees; in pints : .', : On (team keomotiv,' aqd marina engines

;_ o/ the distdci a trae and accurate Mrton.makinir.cigan shall fail to make the Uve. or other including the bailers and on railroad oars a .
IsJlwokpurch****aad isles or rfmoral herein required,'ot ahall make a false re i : fllaminating 1ubctnR min tax of five per centum ad valorem I Provided o '
abttraet shall .verified bjr oath or ; he .hall b*punished by a fine not exceed., oils, .1ot l tbn thiry.ix nor more the Thai when the boilers tube,' wheel. tires), Ef T. AX .

; and m fit nr.1 or JIIISlect to delivery :Jiundred''dollars; or by ,imprieonment than exclusive fifty-nine product degrees of Uw refining' of crude, oilproduced axles bells shafts cranks wrist,or head-lights to-" \ "t.., ; '..l.. <.r; 'J 4 C o. L. *N .
Inventory, kiipthe 'aeoount or furnish exoeedJrg'thirty; "dyAnd any person distillation of of inch engines or can shin hat been*noa assessed
,: .hiizr.a&.kreesidb.ot,they ahall forfeit appl/to the assistant, atsetsor or inspector I by a singla other bituminous ooar, mal ; and a tax previously paid thereon; the P: .; .f'l. : -. Jackso4vill9JFla.

.." WtT'cf ire-kondred aollanto'be t'0 11&.. any eigan of hi* own ah1um. peat,: or provided for, ten .u. bl. amount so paid shall be deducted from the taxes u. -Nov. 2-tL. *

1 'wtdiuIt., ii4hiball bt lilt duty counted; and on receiving a cer C cth' .'f, per. oo tha finUhed engine or can.- '
o '.1 .vender of tSnfca / o(tfrt) number;./or which rich fee a* geon On'b6jtant>f-all kinds' water kank, sugar HABTBGE
c ".' i.teiitUe't m' & iliactariBf tobacco', be prescribed the commissioner of inter. On oil,'naphtha,bentine,benjole, or gasoline, tank, oil still*,' lowing mauhine*, lathavtools, > :1",, ;,': ,T.

oi".J-J t:caj1-.4 ,of as;_f ) (hull be paid by the owner thert f, marking more than fifty-nine- degrees Bflme'i: planet planing machine, shafting and gearing, lerchant .
J' -4 .. tell and'deliver such to purcha- the product of the distillation rU ad valorem '.
JIIider to cigars any hdrm a tax of five per centum ,
. t'>*.fl1'4K4.&.1I1..e or dirmatfdII'of tW pretence of laic assistant aetor or ; reflninirof erode petrolennV, r&t I On railing, pOOl, fence, furniture, and *U- UNION JOB< FFICE1 cjACXtVILLZltO4* $o .
sMsMta *B
: f tr. amoU oL nfQil Of P'her bulk.orj unpackedwithout pay: crude oil produced by *single distflUWn of tuary made of iron,a tax of fin per centum ad Promo-U t _
.ala told ot ialttered any:perian I* of .the tax., A eflP1 of the certificate shall coal, shale peat ashaltnm.'at.0te biltaiinousubatancrt I valorem .f Afril *_4'5OOOE -

&hi nca demand; aid uv):Jf by the uei.taut.- or by the I a tax of ten cents per t.EroT On copper and bra** tube, nails ,or'rivet. ;

CIr a iet b &IA .cr at & tor" who shall return the tame to the a*. Tided That distillers and.rcflnon o Jlna. sheet load, and lead pipe. and shot,'a Ux Or fin. PCJ4Ut B' 'a

4 10 tack ttatni t tot*incorrect orfra of the dMrici- The purchaser shill pack o other mineral oi pet centum ad valorem* '. '.' C ." : ,- K.

.. tW''fohot..C., .- *.A'>)OM ,*,.* P .''l>lCbieI.nd: <} benrine, twuolft, or p\ei shall subject to On goat, calf, kid, shtcp hone hog, and dog ".J -r._. iHi
; S-to the and marked or tamped all the provisions of \ to diMiUerlof ; BUtTUcUc.nas.H: .
..ft 01 penou fI tame intpeqtod iklro, tanned or dressed in the.rough! Ui'. of Ovqr the Post Office sn C.u4. _, .
law-and shall with regard to special taxes-bonda, .. .
JDa4ata Iw tOO5L in p uO. ( : Ilt BT. per centum ad naloremC i.* -4 ; -rt' '' 'v o.-- Ptokl Bread" OI .
J Ib IICItIDD llllhiI W aD thellOI. male'a jwtorecf the tarn*, a: inspected to the 1IIiatct.Che district wherein the from i .Ue lVB ', '. t 3ayesi.
wwrewz .'ibufMtWvs lag wai bot :: To baCottifeMd. \ J ci'so.v't i.ff. F OZIrM.,. it'-tf. ,',
'4 ..VAIltS. $ .a iDcoAaa.J. sama-mrffe mannfactnTed lad aplfldremOTtdto d& and OthorprOvisioni f r ( t JJt .." .- h \ ."
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