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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: May 9, 1868
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00100
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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AGENCY. Biary>District, to conduct and tetatnio hav r..fiatt tlI
ESTATE 1 j. CTIIIISTOPHEII ipa1gn, wl7.ITi :theyshsU *
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/ 0GENERAL Cuctia .u. t2 4 Uctton for ratificationa provided- m tie iyt, [ ths Hack, ifota'bring trrtty.btowtl I:putted TO them under Iba'.and
X HAS FOK SALL, LOW,.: 0 I. General Orders .No. :ll 4&1 afcrjsvd Acttflf Congress, shaUalsp iwnai 14tbi nirfy-* .Cotagress shalt
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TA od nJ tcriw, T ripu TRICH U LAI in. Third Military District! AflbMrth w-qx) ?! "** that land until said Staid shall t*, I -
:i;. .nnd ebwht.rc, In 1it.t llwrn REPAIRER they
:! the L4It1 Iftth, ,1868, Shaving been .ahea4ckkIttiH an Act'which bttTiUptohabI {amendment to the COntIn e' -

& PIiysicianflORZ .tten to bu.'g l wiling U iiliul T' TUI 1'lI' -' for your"information and .gI4&x bxsatno a lav tt*rph 12, UG9.ft Iit. *o tbb1a6tj : >4t long i Stales, proponed bJ'Article ConLZ- ;
Surgeoti t $..flflII. lug detailed instructions'feet.flofl dt-e *i UsfS Cho CoastitoUonal CbnrtttiMi ofm
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!. Lot#, ii th! ( ;0vN 0 tnj dtvkfeLrsTtdoricr raca'utteoltirzaap 14, tad
C. L. 1UBION.d in Florida issued''hi $t4t5 nUon d in ths RsOtttet1onf'ia'
1.Iai.tJ.tLUUA"S arc XMUIUUU with to ttt counted-for either-or<:IOT
; e3nbe1 __ Par. :X V of the'abovts Genet&l Orders.IT .- ': provide that, at tha tiN f votingupon prn'tTthebter.1 : 1 i und oticr

11y \t 6 1R"I D A A G E N C Ytil 0 '/7CALlis frbUoFclIily t ;: Tlio Boards ofRatk iJ1Jmejyjr MB 'rafitoof> Ihd-CoaaUafioTij tae r.uIT1'4 > S, lion acts .clea'Itentmayex4 _
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-.-- i' the'County Scat of'thckpecflye'cejnUtt gi.tercdr voters may-vote lto for msmbtn of ; "t-iarrEci\65Uu. JOH3t, oV Tto'.K- u lf -V

T11K ; IIELL-JIAXVETG, it., 'ci.. 10 o'clock A. : L, ofnhe 2tia'ay: of Ue Houso of Representatives cf-tha-tfai! ;_? JCcannot J denied that Johnson,vh;thtr innocently of the.above canditiOn iust b.1iI 'eo..

a. W. EdwardLD', will remain iu session, for firo days, for IBt&tcs, and fox alrelectire officers provided jpttstionally, hu teen tha groat.encouraging' I rirfoaal onfy"* -Ihs .Z
NEW ENGLAND : Av WiUff; in I'll /'W* nf t'ui>jt"<1t-i Jit ft. pof* of ruviiiiig the HcgisfettioicorJanccrwith "*>y said Constitution. otst&c&t flKtOflr tho.n plotaontary ItructIoac;

& SURGEON. : Par V, General 4 vr.III.-It i* onttrtd: That At the same time 'ld&tQ33i ;4Iflt'3JtopO of.a T slliaacorfthiha l8 PHYSICIAN All Hi>iL naitan!<-<)l lit Uiv lo-ri-sf triuu f-jr Ca>b.C
; M'iAiE or hL.IcE. Aid
orrrcEOU : Emigrant Company, 1 K-l an' the Marki: .":!' ?t.iiiK nudo iu tIlt "Ifrgistration IJegvrd.Iretained deQ3' Ko. 41, dated March 16, ttSS, that an meat booikhcUi back as a-,threat, depending on andsubscribeitheoath pf, eeil .
0 by eachBoaiil.. Thu blank "pages" leftat tho election haIl bo"held in the State of Florida thofU.tcap4tof tho ,President we;wight.,,by Ia\r for'oflict'rs $ftho"United' StaW. *' This*

UVA! A1J ADAMV STHEET J.lcR'vF1LLE, t'LA.fJ iiR3'ii; I end of ouch Precinct, will bo used fur recording i iull upon tho ratification ,of Jjpo Constitution snbuiitM h4e VOrantftanio.in, f makes a condition::oi eligibility Id offieviuadcrfa

( LE FLA. ; -: 1N UKAMOK COMPANY OF I names registered during jtho Ijye. days and : by:, said ConvKiihou! an etoction 'shalji] ,%itotaeie die1 hard.; Tbe Luu ariotoc-f provisional government very materially-
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rI.tIrt t'tIIII I oath new namo will bp numbered 113 iu thp.-prc-i uUb'bc'hcla in said" State for aG6Ycrnbf'flJere- 7C.ftWflror4iolationon( tho CUh April, r'fcrent fjroui either dllgibilhtyto'reg1statZop.is

5-1-- __. --- -- .-- Tn-mout Stnt-t, IX' ton, Mft'nt1Iu-ett. JSTow .I-rlti veil, Con. ceding registration. of .Ueuiut-Govn ,one MonbroLgres T r lj.Iiall, it1t flO. ;I.comoto thw cqnclnsioa I|I voter, or eligibility tox>fficQmndcflhai.'proviiBon

EmIL! T. SABAL, I T. H. t'oUnUb'H, y-vritory. MAUIM"; AMI K1I11<: ..IOflicc III. 'Separate and duplicate lists of the jwincs* 2tatu; fxTiatora and Ilfprcscntath-us 'and' afluite i.as muchlroui tU .ipbel talk- s, fcom. their]I of the propo od Canatiutional amcndinent. j
DR. of thofeo refused ix-gintration, of those stricken{f:county" oflkcrs. t *pcrs as from reading;afld; hearing ;thc loyal ; Before entering'up nhf, duties, 'pjfdviaiou4l *
"'n (li>- film l i't 1'Vr jlli I anti Ocean ,ti e(1s---ul> from tlio liats and also of thu number 1\ .--iSaid cctiou bhitll U woduetod tLij 'side.
0 PF I C 1 1thU stairs. K. F. FLU VI>, of voters 4 by Johnsona..acqnittaLinay. cvclopo into"' officer u required, amonrf qtta lMags;torjwcart *
Hour, Florida Agency : j Doc.2-tfii registered during the live days, {specifying exact same pu-scnsiutho some inannyr.and the re- the tnostjauju .Droportiops.thc.K,.,lv, K.; I I I that ho-has neither sought nor accreted ,nor at-
irsnk IthI GrvFY Storc.M a-UflUc>, JiukstutilltiAKO FIL u timber of white and colored) will be promptly i turns thereof shall "Lc'niadc'as'H "provided -in what our.military,men:think of thu injatcrious toinhitcil to exercise the fiinctibns (J any* ocwhatever ;"-
Sd&2dTR' DLO. I oc PtrcttMI tbv made) o'ut and forwarded to llus olgco.. -aiil> C'Cnt'ral.Qnlcui fur conducting waking association may be seen .ftonx licncral ilcido's under" &uUli5rifyffat' pretended

: .tsoLt ir', Ftrdq. 1stly. .- M. CHKSKV: .i./. .'. ,t.-1:?2'I.1 (,,75h ( fY1iLT0atr IV. 1 1'riule-l Ihls of luimd; of/ogistrix-d VDtei's -;0 returns of -tli 4jlceJit' oft the ratification of tho jpEOclatnation.against jt, and /from thounrcscrv1 1 aiit, oritj' in_b/MtiEty to. Uwlnitodfiiafcw -

trt-it Jl.Mal./i'aI, Woik, er e\vIy QH' lii- arranged alphabetically, haying .been already Cun >lilutiuu. ./** ?.. : '.: .- |pd r isioits"cif-opinion'by ouiJA/M ttfi"CJeuVf- 3r7TJicM offico under thd anthorityf ot

J. D. MITCHELLr M. P., i'ia'i'i I 1'lIRS) OF) LANDS, i> ) lot-tvv--lit.-iu a 1'riMitu IiiKtriit-tor fur Alai- furnished to tho Presidents of Boards in : V Tho rugululiuus catabli htxl .by >I ffcorgo U. Thomas, who talks of it as full cf the State Georgia while that Stafe -jras'-ini
i ie4 Vti-uun<-v tin.,-e nlx-ut to uiarrr, both maly awl J'o- counties in the for voting the ratification of the '
all the populous tativ to bo used upon CoustHa- mitna'-T uotf jis.u pipparaiion.for a, reign of hostility to tho United Staie .:- Ho.1 fe 'coa,.
rITYtICIAN A1' .;tRUEON, lit FIvlilJ, ui 1.tit 'ii "iiwll j-arwl*. -ni'hiii:it? t t1ui'ti.vun11y <. HiiJ .ui- lionf muli', In our i-\ciT MMiaiyetoni hi'is toiKwniii, :anit?l the the vhyRiuloxy 1'roilui ti-Jii 4411.1 ot! r['J-ln-C- at the election ; iu all other counties, not so furn'shvd 1 tiou, and lot voting at elections wider thasrjrp' terror wu'euc'vcr the opjiortnnity cbmt-s. "'llicso slue ally ueigiblo| to omce under"tLapnmskraalgijrcrnm'cnt. -

f.iut't-.+;(3 flrt'. .i-flhI of YUL3ihJ tha.u oroUt1r5fvL 4q1. I,tt'T.I'ci1TTtfl.1i1Ig llieanie. can itto viutidii ot I'tlWi'iinjtr .in-Jii'liitr all tlio at-sv Ji.-.r<>\traiiuvrt ; irfiKtH lists willbcnudoout by thellegj ) visional (lovtrnmcut, shall apply to the tlfctkm t two generals, whoso position gives them the letdzuiceojudgin ; It is' not 'dcantd.'seeeMarj
VDte itbt5 ) l,,-l"nu'ivvii: in $ti) .i JJu.li.U laTlptiii; -, I/V 'i\ )ItI.iRI i.-itrars used and befuro of the officers aforesaid and all who
the electioii
!ak'L'u'i11L, Ft1't I j ann ; day'thu ptrioim ,.| LotU.consider this-s-jcrct society j| here to Iwcuss the effect' tis knn'ofthe Jawinay
M I I' Tins. i \aUiable ami
U'' .'uI ,_4 (1t $tttt. Iul ( tlt'it iiifniiiati.w Vi'inijf, n-i'Jy aalerctIagvo1 Boards of will add unUu: the Acts .Congress .LcutitltJ inore J.t1Lz-rIus than
Itvgibtratiou (alphabetj !- may. to i the p'iMie around have to othfr.o&tcen:. ,
..iltt'i ,,vtLIeti.ti;tof \ It. Il t t 'a'riitn iu ).liin: laii iui;<' f-r the gfuiall ; a' ntiliJcj lattoa.
L&ntI in 'r 1itiri'L.tt' ith to IhC1UrdI2pt a i irtv titi.iiit1tZ 1' 1b15 l K-uJi-r. ain.h l v tllurti.iii 'tith t iiixU) ol tint liuuUrt'li j ) to said lists the names ol all peruons rcgI vote t n said ..tjiusliou .of ratilUatiou-maj vole r..tlitui d>. lisa to bo ak'cn 'while! the ?tata -iv yofc Tinder

;: RobKIN &OLIFIOIUJ, i Stale or tr th; pun ocy fiI j21Vtfl'tiPZ eIJ'ittI My. .11'1 i i .'iiiiavinj.-nliiiyniaiTumi'. All >onii, and!> ninnii-1 Ian iiisj the jnMi Ut>ks or jnnotliincistt'j tlia-" t.ntriiij I i ih.t-til! l during the five days who ate cjuiililiwl to at the.cltiition of aid uilicu-s, *n-l rt uvhei>4; Tliu rult-Li ax-tend that it i* an inuoct-ut prfl iional sovcrnmant J and the tmefflbtca ,of, j


III'IwA8o. u-c'R that t-ri-iy oil'1 tliuuM 1'f a t''iuaiiite vith., frtill i'i 1 with the Record Book, will also add the names V-LrrXo certiilcalc of registration, uUiJivit' t fTho ncgrova. ury consuloralily impressed by it, under that provisional government; '.''i sJerQfiicial
reA'1t'A. E1)W.H1J 1%J. CULMiV, i i-- u l-ovl. that miiat J tic loikoliy, ,in'l ii.,l !1r alont the of all poisons who wcro not permitted to \olu at : oath,ok other .tviduice of iuuiiliuatiuu to vote*:with its "bloody hatchet' and! other emblems

/: ;'zLLIs; hou.{lits.AdJro.* 3 It-nill.-IH-l Stilt r. WM.t may yoi-N'i.JTo.vile on tlieivc llOSi-vu-oMrect< i.tof| nay, j the laat election on account of iiiiutticcut ixti- t-Iiall bu rcquu-td at this okctiun than such a&f spread iu giant proportions on the walls of the : ] -.t 0iic'

-('F1f F. 'rIt.tV% th J'y-1 ifj.yj. :lxi\<- Fourth, I hil .uclyuai.a. S-ly I j denee. but who may )K>IC 'jf, having resided may be required according to-tlw provisions oj{JMuthcni cities. U'ho general feeling among ( > IL fDaxrS
: IIOTKLS.i j twelve months in the State. General Orders Xo. 4L, at th.o tlttir-n-oni .the r loyal mcu is that the K. K. Ivis Iwr the present AssiantAdjutaut General.of .- -

133m.. V. Tlie, election will be hUd iu ratification of theConstitution. .. ,| but ___
z-L:.= -z a ]N otice I i the Court |get up as u negro scary, famishes a. convcj 0 '.
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.:: .::: :--- ( House, at each county scat, yr if there bu, no VJI. All the provisions :of said Uixlinuutfi! j nicnt cloak; for a great deal of absolute mfschief, :qeiiiIcr,, the LegIeIatu'eo tab.
LEIJAI- i UNION HOUSE |)EItbUNeiig.ii.J in riitiaoarlv; Fiuit; nr N'rgi- i i (Court lioube, at such convenient place a-s the iu vooiiict with these rdt-rs are hereby dcclaretl|[and may grow into something dangerous under V *' *
X tables Kir the Northern Maikotf vill fin.h l it to HUM Te t Oath., -
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to bo null and void.
adverse
j lioiiid of fihall -. circumstances For
: I ait .iiit:4.*.* t 1'inill I r-ii nrK'Mn"H 0 [ Registration select, on the first ; instance, that itiuld : '- -
ilSBEE, Jr. I: uvj K. I n. rn.vM. i Monday! Tuesday and Vfeduciday; of May, 1868, '1 By order of Mdj r-OcHfrai Alcade : '..\\ giow under the success of the democratic oIuita RO>| .OEJf SEAM,-

ilIV and i>oll.s will be opened after duo und sufficiont K. C. Dntii, .party into a hand of Regulators, who would cadq'rs. Third 3IiIitarT Ksirict

ATTORNEY AT LAW, j M. .1. i\11JHPHY, -1 1.'J'i 1. 1Io jaii.Lti1L. notice at two other paint* in each county ; Assibtaut Adjatant-t'cneral. ,'.drive the negroes from tho polls, regulate their- Dcp't of Gco:, Fla. and Ala.j : ,)>

the Boards being careful to provide that the 5------ 0 labor, and make it impossible for any northern Atlantav **
? Galt April.IJ.IW !. )-
oflCE if itoro'e 3'L.54Lo COKNEK or LAUKA ANU 1'UA'AI. HTni/l:) >. } pwixtfl selected be easy of uccvts, and at proper I I F.t 1)1.1 115: SUB-DISTRICT OF FLO11D.t-j[onan to live in the country districts, unlcs* he UeneialOnlcrsXo. 61 -". 0 -

j ; J places for the conTcnieuco of voters.i J.VCKSONVIT.T.V.: Fla., April lo, 18G8v i'.l[ had a ball-proof jacket and an Indian rubber II General Kb. :/l,- iwued rfrotu t
:% rILLZEL'RIIJ4. > ariivi', bjtIi.HFinr !ipia.| f l.trtc :iMoitiii$ of i VI. Tlic members of the Hoard i neck! i
Jacksonville Fla. of Uegwlration (jcuvral Onlers j>
} headquarters the
lr I'arlor anal (:rotlasiSett*,1'ioil-toaJ.s Clisiii'" an-t TaMi-n, -subject 'tdeligibility' to
I horsE, RECENTLY OPENED,II AS$ liiENI nt the Kill Ito.d IXj-n Iui1itn; :. ] will act Judges of Klectioti aud preside at Xo. 4. j l lj i riU: HtOUW.VNUEK srATE*. i office, have reference only t 'tlw"qualification**
E K. rOSTER, Jr. rpjllti JL tjNjclilly prepared for tIit-acfomnioJatioD ul M'ltvr i the ; the County Seat, and will also appoint three i I.- Post and Dotaehment Cotutuaudero will 1 if tut: new constitutions art carried, how for hokUng"office under"the'now Conatitulfon of

j I during the ii niI winter.The 'I Apply at Ics-Honsc. .. competent persons, to :act Judges of election, make such disposition of the troops under their ;j many of the Stated can protect their citizens this State, should H betiQodafldafter-e.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, '' TADLKiJ arei'ui>iilitJwiuituc v-'ivr.lfivm->tini'-i; the .tloI 0 at each placo in the county selected for the 'J command as will insure good order during the ,.and maintain a republican government': South i i State should9o, admitted 'to 'reprwentation'iuthcCongrcss'of
furnlw-d >bY tbc !><'mo ti'- imulrt, t-r opening, of pulLs. Every Judge of Election election to be held the 4th .Carolina is most
North. on Jth and 6thproximo auro to do this. She will elect { thcUnJted: States -sr'rovida4.for .
:ixr A rrsii. 1L 4 1) i TrBitoicutpuo laori iTniMicnlb'-: .rr'aetuI1Iti4ite! j I c; appointed, shall take tho '1'tt oath und and -will report thoso Headquarters, .General Scott gornnor,Mr. Cardozo, an cduca-|[ in the"Reconstruction.aQtj .-A *

on rcatouablc tcnuii. 16-tl- j -' oath of office, and forward said oaths, with his: without delay, the names of places Where tho ted-man of color, secretary of state, and Mr. f :II. The question having been snbmittod
I X in-'i.ilis :sti-i! i ilalu I t il a)tyly lo the Hun. .1tiatga
E. M.ATTORNEY. R.kLiALL, ot'VioliMii-) IlaiuiH-Mi ':oiittv, forli-Uctsdis- full name and post office address,immediately .to polls are to be opened; they 'willfurthermoro Qiambcrlain, .late an officer of the Fifth Massachusetts : whether the members of tho General Assembly
: SCR K VEX1 Ito l sI K-: girv s\p n-Iinuiirtrutvr of th- vflatc Win. Jay, l.iltof ] this ofliec,and "no person who is n candidate at onco confer with the Sheritfi and qthec civil colored caTalryr attorncy-gjcneraL I of this State, to be elected'neit week, wflj be
$.ii,l Comil":. il< ci-f'l. for office at said election shall act officers of the counties within General Scott is of "
AT LAW S. r. s.Mi'111, Aliii'r.JaUiT ; aa Registrar; their'jurisdiceion, a man. force and character, required, before entering "upon their dutIes, to
SA rAx'v.l: : ii K Ii. *! lint.DESIRABLE. i Judge,Inspector,Manager, Cluk,"or.n any other and give to them such information uifftruetionsus and with a small organized Uyal militia, ho will take what u commonly-called- "th tca oath,"
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FLvRIIJ4. I official capacity connected with iondncting3 may-be necessary to secure a hearty eo- maintain order, under almost any circumstances. the Commanding General' {9 of opinion, that,
JA(1S&N1ILLL 1 s ANNAII, UA. Maixli 1'', IS1.' the electiono rar. NL1!, 0. No.11;) and operutton in uiaintaining cace, and aup'pressin In Florida the northern clement is so strong i inasmuch as said General: Assembly,-should the

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% mitb all the touvciiKin-CJi of the best Murtlii-rn Iho rotnanng .- .3i.* io will appoint and .11. In aucordaaco with Par.-IX,General Or. U ejected. Gentlemen who lately came from State bo ratified by them, and be"*pproVtdby

T TSAXDERSOX, 1. {...a Hotel*, lu i recently rb nv-l Iwnd-c, an<1 1- I II I Island For Sale. j ouiUify competent pr r.-j'ju to act with them as ders Xo.- 51, current series, Headquarters 3d Louisiana and Texas assure me that they are Congress, is required convene ansLadopt thi

I now conducted by : \\71': oiVr iij-wurii Four lluii livil a.1t1' of ROO*! j Judge of Election, in the manner heretofore do- Military'District, all public bar-rooms, saloons, aafb if Grant comes in. Governor Pease ismentioned proposed amendment ta the Constitution/oC.th,

OHNZrr AT LAW, 1 1 Fjnmi'vj I-mJh on } uuiiigs J-.lmiJ, iinnvdiatily j scribed.VIT. and other pl&eue0where liquors are sold at retail, in the highest, terms. I have not United States designated ArtidftSIT," before
JACKSOKV1LI.K, FLA.O.B.HART T. S. iSTicker.sorjL, 1' Ix-low mi 1 jijjnjni; Mr*. riinuiiKauJ fioiitiiij the r--' The Judges of Election will provide at at-the several county seats or at other polling tha'nccdful information to speak confidently of the State can lp admitted to representation
ot the FLATr.zs lloiti, Augusta; XAIIOSM lititi ., or. iui l kllonna tlic A liitrcut j.Iaa! i. T" lie fold folliftiii.'iiti each place of election, one substantial ballot box will bo closed from 6 o'clock the other States. If tha in 'that
lloi'E, C luu Wa.s '' < I ii ii i'l! ilhilnn ainon.; I Jai- h'-'ira of A. llcjAitit j! places, of tho even- question had to be set-. Congress; it mar bo, decided th members
iutst4-tf The anta furniture,an IKKEESOX throughout i i' of Uic' most cKpint- Jti ,hirat-. ,I. lai i a.:
i cription the rooiae fccrujmlouMy t-lan nmlvcll vi-nti- bo inserted through an aperture in 'the .lid, by morning after the last day of the election. anj choke, would be to feel our war into one or the preliminary action officers of a provisional
the altcniL-HHx i i.i -juilli-J: l ly iwu'hi tinlUUocLunil SOX.lrt.r Mi-HI.fin l'aiit>.mv iKiitlmlaK, I1.i.. 01V.: .a Uirir. X i\VTo5r: w-jily,toVJL Jai-Lron\iUi<-, the Judge who receives it, and in no other mane By order of Colonel JOHX T.Snuwtf JiiCILlfc two of the safest State*first |I government, and, as such, required, under ho

.tTTIET AM} COUKSELLOK AT LAW, J Jrr Traveler MopijiDg Ml the alxjvcH.UIwili nn 1'. ?J(;ODy, i net.I .5 LARRABEE, "iS.1st i [ 'enneasee.is considered said under Ua present 0 9th faction of the act of Congress of July 19.

jjccoxr1LLL, FLA.wg J oumfortl.nJ couvemcccs of thi-ir own lionnsj WI!: HKXDKR.S 'X, I VJ1L. At the time of opening the polls, tho Lieut. 7th lot'Brevet Captain U S. A.,- goretameot, and is turning its politics a good -1867, to take "tho test oath.- The oatlr' '-ar-

and CnUe4 Btnlcs Court j The proprietor pledges himself that WIT.V iU In; iirj. .u- rj 't 4g"tit.S. U. TlIOMr.Sd.V; ,,k'iiFAIRBANK'S i lulkit box bhall be publicly exposed, so that itinayboetu Acting Aadstatit Adjutant General.r .' .4 eal upon local issues. Kentucky under its oldtQdencyto follows : V
State mmkriin. I KI
in th
Boullii-ni
eti* lorded dtlior by uortbfin or ; .IIkroiiLlle ;
J that there _
arc .ballots therein. aristocratiamlQ is bitter and vicious
D.L l -.m I eonrtftntly ui.i'llca to Lit table. 15 It 0 no 1 If: of ,and; btaCa: of. do
__ The boxfchall be closed and to the last and will
securely not bo again -; degree, bo the..headquartersfls t solemnly swear or affirm thatLhave never vol-
Wilkinion Call, SCALES. I opened tinder any pii-tcxt whatever, until after j 4:'} ;*,',ztflai' 'whici'inay: ariscl.if(our northcm dntarilyj),nic arms ust'IlaiiadjS:
I UNION HOUSE, flu) close of tho I third amy -Cf election. The ,IEi AND onsioyA w TBXSOUTII. i ir p ops'are so Insane as to risk all wo hare-sfncff have been citizen thereof- tn f 1 have ft,

COUELLOR AT LAW M.I.J A.VAT /'.'. : Judges of ejection -hall have custody and be held r'We- print the following letter without omitting been flgntuig for, and even another outbreak, I voluntarily given no aid countenance; counsel; ***
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TALLAILUWKE, FLA.WILLgneatUiitwn (;: ex.i CO 1 W 32 F>ytV.1 Yr1, z'i.i. 0' I!1 resp naiblu for tho safe keepingof tho ballot box any of the opinions it cipreeat Its wri allowing the sham democracy to come into or encouragement tol: persons engaged,in armed,

tu cIM n iutb Buprpme tind tls TIIK Si. JOHN'." 1:111:11TUE XKW-VJiltK 1'KIL'KS.C. a and its content] ter is a careful; observer, and a gentleman ofuidepcnd power before indnstrjr and peace arc thoroughly J hostility thereto; that I have .mother "sought,
m..and in the Courts. of tLi i U. j IX. Tho judges, before commencing to receive re-established in tho rebel states.
ciatthgtnil1tii. : miilur.-iglifl Imrius WiiiplctcJ Li-r new an>1 toit nt judgment.-EDS. N. Y. Eviyryg: nor accepted, nor attempted to eierdse the functions -
rmftti v
S.,&f -MBlfKt. 5') tar ov. 3tfC. lioulia: nir opciitil tin'inw) lu that L. ROBINSON, ( bdlloU, bhall cause to be proclaimed aloud ; that POST,] .1 am not one of tiioso who magnify Johnson : of any offico whatever, under any author-
\ tho polls are Xo morn than ballot ,into a Napoleon: III. Catholic under
open.
tniblk n a one ,or oven a
FIRST CLAW 1IOTKI.! ,\\GI XT mil 11IK *TA1i: UF FLORIDA. TV tltc tjlilwt uf the Lrtiting I'oot : ; i ity or pretended authority in .hostility to the
shall be
i received from
each voter better adruers he with
-upon the might, the help of Congress United States that I have
: not votuh-
GILLIS fielded 4
tKtii fjiuillea question of tho ratification of the Constitution. 1 havo been taking a six.weeks' run through hare reconstructed
rartie t hrtlRraIviiicra: !oiiii iiic'll'y __ 0_ the Union ; but one tary support to pretended ,
ATT WET AT 7.JH', *.(*IClUg tliu iaiU uil gtniiul Uiin.ttc ff I'lunJa, on 5- X. Each voter ;in presenting his ballot shall tho .South-through the seven States, of Mary-, cannot travel south, talking with cither or both' any govatnSMot

DC. is PAl lTKA. FLA. ti the thiat BL hntiw JoUu'if, oill liu-1 all the tvinf rt ui.ti lionv, at _gOHX 15.; i'ULLEIJ: 4i'? hi-j .uanif t<) tho Judges <,-f Election, who laud, Virginia, .North and. South CarolixiiGenrt.Li. ,' ides there, without feeling suro that ho has> t Hhority ted .States, power, hostile,and constftation-wi inimical'thereto.the"'And TJni-!

___ _. _Fhirlda.____.'Jnna'w iid K.nhwfrv.ta
The rooiui uiv largo und an i.audaix all tiij-i tc-1. :uiU -.nan receive inc uauo aim can nis oamc auuiuiy; 0 fl --------J WV made a sad mess of.it, a wofully complicated do farther swear or affirm taaVtaiha :best of
the furniture Mif uJ couiflctc. The IIOT-V roiiUiii'- and[ if lie bo loiixl first and lost icing to-day.the least loyaL .. of ]
ix-gis> and has resided iii the the problem reconstruction; The rebels do
James B. Bawkins, over lift ruutui*. Ou the ] art and Jouth ai.J..LIit lo.uv 47 Street New York I tha]1OIL of. .k my knowledge and ability, I will,support and .
> Dey .By steam deal in
City : fina
ten fcuiw c-f rooms csprfsely fur faiiiilicf. ; county ten ((10. days next j'ncding'tho election sees A great not like him; or dam him, but they delight in I defend the Constitution of the United Stales
ATT'RtY AT LAW Ayi BOLItlTUli INPel' Tins hcxisc M tjitunlfd within a Jvirhuii'li vd Itvt of tb (-co I'avagrapJi vi, General Orders NoI thin time, anaxtar> modGBt'friead, John Ball his policy as weakening the Republicans,and ; against all enemies, foreign aad'dokoettfe thal
EQtITV- eefcbratPd "'Whit- Suli'lmr H'iinjr|' ," tfoii'scrly kuourno :'L.tL&TtrIn AN1J JiKAI.M: K- i' 41.1 ) und bo liie niati lie rcjiretnts himself be, :pould feel quite competent to build a book,and their audacity and bitterness becomes intensified I will bear true allegiance ,to the thatI j. >

U GATXfSTILLL, FLA. ly i about. the thirty" Magnolia inilcf.Si-ring All ,the"> ibetaut r-tcaviicr'from ct t--)p>.TacUoin:il 1lii.- l--mt illi ]Pt( iiri'Ar.u: AM > STATIUXAKV his Uillotiil be
41 tlu-y l-a 'e up and ahwii llic risr.jaiti nain will Inay ihctkeJ or marked in Ink on'I iionoe.-iL4an.only give imprcesion*;jipon .theleading4Knnta / vrhich the loyal pulse fecld. reservation or of'evasion -tEat-1
W. N:. IVES, wnio wl from -St. AueuMinu lap 11w .v //;>/.;/ .b\i (;J. i y.v ,< 'UofLJS'iii*, .I the list ui to provent u n-petitjoaof Ills vote.- which .interested- rnfy und do notpretend To-day, Johnson is a staouliug iiauuco tu the will well and faithfully purpose discharge4ho.adice.ana of
IIUUM-, tin' j>ati ATT'UNEV AM COCK3ELLOK Al LAW, liuKd sind that <-fa>- many IMoii f :u. IaI: J '- J'l"atM -0I I Uf.iil! -.' T'I ::-.it'l HOIiSK: I'OWtlC. .. on which I .am"about"(6 enter,. S5
cal to iaII on tile. ; having voicd. { See also par. and iv, vj, O. O. correct < ,I his intentions might have been, as to a forcible I help mc God." V C '
LAKE CITY; FLJ, \ rI&z .i. 1.Fi.N.; ,Mvl l aijMK.xnl Cm lll.-'l ;.tat I"H| itflit tAiw' lflll-, (illol iXo.ll.i iMill.i. ) But-in the long days oL tha snait-puecd carr. or peaceable violation of the law, he has broken By order of Alajor General Mead -

.!:J3c. 2 U 0 (.> <",r' t I(', Xqr. 1, 1" M.I 8imrtrMUlii:)(.Innciy on, niiil haml all nml kiniUof built to Mining Oi,, 4'I

( trlinlUn'i. I'u'iir.TAiiltirr iaaa.j; JJnlibtr J itlll; 0 rlock, 1.. M., on the 6th day of May, when the passengers transact balLTh .bniness of ach. I j "When college-boys break thd law against tbo'I -
.t.( 11.A KNIGHT.Jtfjro'y ST EVENS II O lJ4E i411.L nil Lin4s Ut' Iioii \V.al-worLiii,. 2iliathaiaa-ty. 1 ballot Loxts sluill be opened in public, and the wild little-place, one does gctprctty defiiu'terpicturcsof ilw-goiHg- judges convict some of them of JacksouvlIJei

i y if.Mjihnury .aid lt.iiiro.nl. cuiH'liiin .tfio,un1a.IIIl.la. ,; ballots counted in public by the Judge, one-of ,society .on thu..road-- Onal naturally. .the"minor- offuncfbut'punish- them for their I 'a3&vIc2u4r.:
) jit ihf l to "-t ratff.STI1A"SI rrno
I'HASCt.RY. ;v ; %( 'WEDE5D.LT'S
: .1 / 4 If f totpLWQH'f 21, 23,' 25 aud! 27 Broadwiy. New York, ( ] whom bhall take them sepcrateiy! from the box';l I beGomestociablaunde .the lazyjnodo oJttransportation oheral wins. Sowitfi many other \v-brcakcrs.I I ZDZTICX. ? -
tiAS reading: rah aloud, and the other two record-.fi ;.indiriduaLi.and. iniUics ..arc getting. TI'fe prosecuting.otlicer-tcn7pushes a notorious TAX SALE or THE I. A. &'G.i 4iuaj5 _

;' fJV.Mil3itt.Uiiy! 6re'n. 1 ing (iu tin; luual way) each ballotaa road out. 'fianJ' outi.at.cacn..top, and the.'population.oti JjoJfcaidcr hard for pickinrgxip a melon or chicken On Monday last, pursuant to notice/J. C Gitle-'
Commissioner of Deeds : OX THE EITROPEAN' 1'LAN.i AMJAVA.TJBR XII. \Vhi-u the Votes are. all. .counted tlie''i the smaller places evident ly-loot to tho.train.orl:i bocaus& ho is -dangerous member of society, Icy, liq., Deputy Collector--U. K Internal
< VJLPES steamboat the event of-each and 'jwBcn otherwiio Kevonue, sold the I": A. &GjUvIt.JLi at
i THE STEViXS: ulOTIiswvll i anikly know it to Judges of Elixtion fahiill make 1c&tti1.j'a-,, as dayv good hcy-wouM hini go scott-frec. I public
Fort THK 1'JPJfEKEXT HTATES.T | tliu UatclluK publM The) l-x-atit.u \ C-JH ti.illy tnital.lc 130115L'l I 1.LE. i&Utemeiit, on blanks heicwuhfurnuhed for :utany.epUectto.hrIilCOlnS-iL Yba.talk.iuth. .cx- 0. :-So with- the 1'i-fsidont. If he has violated auction, at the office of tho superintendent in

*l':5>tt frvnij't ctrn'.twt fo all la sinus intrusted lu him. \1$lo nicreliauts uu-1 buti7vs null; it IK inlu,o ]i-uMinity, I EUx-tioii: IiVluuiji, .showing Ihc result of strclr rcbcl.oilicers,-and,: perhaps,/ -rolxt civilians, .any law, lot Uie-osfa-cmo |>enaity be cnfbrccJj I Jacksonville, for non painent-- of 17. Sr taxes.

Will rrait4e;in ell the Hut mid 1'i-donil Couit in !1 tk totlictUMticfuiutoUhc iitlurn nnrD loyal negroes -.I not merely bccaiuouf tbu oflenco itself but bc.causo All parties interested wcro present at'the sale. J

Dondi, *nil ii&tlivHtijiitineCouit) of tin* Unilot St. tvp.tsd iiriiicipal> EailroaJ and Stwun Wt iU-iH.li-. Attain and (>as I'ittcr'it Use. the game to hu\o beeu the lists cf i-egiat&red'vo.. ,,or small farmnrs tiL.the ouutrjHlc; latx.. he stands betwi a the country and peaccg The cngino "General Lee" was sold to Colonel
ceUt! nil! tfulmf *ipinrt tb Unltcil J>Utvi The ttrveiw liouhtlim li't-ral' a&C'flII&ItPJ.tI'iiovr lor Mttrrc.itl cit t lit >i.t nn'l lua--t bcu a.-.hoitni'-lit f.at Trice In I.i thp t.SKW city, awl ; Uis, ustd by theinat said election. 'Wrejwll |' ter pretty readyto admit thaLtha:v\r--.wna the able reconstruction. Sanderson for five dollars, the engine *fStonewall"

crr'i 'L.A SOO Binfitit i M fll funiia4't. and JM.KWHS"-Tt.iimnmt-\crii. > ,) inlifi'li'rittr.--0-- tli ?iev. .4-tf. . --- uf ill jflti3tta$. '1 he roonn aix'!inaoim an-l wll\.titiL-i- 30 IIAUISEI. / ol UK; ballot box, us fbllowa ; >'Tho bal. ii will try:-before;forgetting them to give n y,F witli his acquittal, if Allowed by Grant's success "Columbia, "Jacksonville, and ?1'orr3' with
yiol saiL). nn'l yatr -the JitU-ndaiu-ii loU of .o .. County," and conclnsions on Kane points.: ; but it will bo a hard struggle and of doubtful six freight cars to K. Houston, President Pi 4f
K. E. 1'EKUY, tviJnlVithc'v iin.nirt"lid iijctfnland d.-Jlrary ol Hi.-(ii't.tMe iwatipii-at i i" n<-TIt-)fllIV iiiiIt'iat j.ro-- Tl'KI'KXTIXK i i STILL, ; immediately forward the whoio to the President j! -THE'NEfir.6l:>. | result. On tho other lunui, if he is ton victo -0 G. U. 1C. fur one houdrldollaajj \

f i'.xlia H'U\y 1;'jlluiii, j of the Board of Itagibti-atiou of the county. 0 \Vill the Ut jrecs'work? Neatly all tho iuic | >t, tlio.rebels! will 1-c-oncfc u\oro as.they wt-ro-at Ilcxid from Jacksonville to Lake CStJV*with .its i
r CNIY: AND COUNLLLO 0 The rHin.. Uaiias lurn r furni.hel ind renovatfd, Mianii } JX11I. "So soonu the result of tha Election.I *! tot J i the time of.Lco'a surtfiidvr--ready to aect'jit the depots, grounds, kc., to CoL Hpn&Un, for seven
will
reconbtructud n laying that 1m J -
f. the conit.'it and All Safe much fabtc iot.jc agree thousand flve hundred dollars.
Mo'ltOfl'VrtKtraIacilitie >r tODijithic for
I I oflertjd
A.T IA.TV. I i is, ascertained in each county, .information work unie9".hia'lo U, .-xu-at in uii* uin,tea lymaimor terms .them; i' w,.order, and fni* Ltlwrt
j n u U U 'I' .
1'roj.virtwiB. viit; at tin-l Mass, ; )- ._ : Boards of Itlcgist ration, to this ouicc, ueing the all *profoa tugive up slavery, but think they owners of the road.,
C present
44 2 UF1'IAiN'1'A'1'iCN t most spen(01y manner of commuuicatiori, and Ui
_ _ MIISCELLAXEOUS. sworn off 'al; returns, oath aud lUxxnd Books, WWL,aU LWL.. V UtTICrBS AND MEMBESs OP TKE I.tUISLAJ J
) MACHLVEK Y, I balloto anu all papers pnrtatunig to, tho Kegi&tration fer: contra-the ucgix es all ay that they do FllEEDMAXS sA'rcoS.; TfiCST (iu.-The

FINANCIAL JOHN CLARK ; and Election will bo at once forward-not got steady pay, or fair treatment at present. TCKr TO TAKE TiLE Tt,T 0Ult&LN.- i Jacksonville branch, of this tnstitatioa baa re*
Engine', UoroeTViu-i-isfJriet Milln,Ajjiicultural lm'loluvutsof -
i I : every dcwiii'tinn! in bton-, and fur fa'w nt ]tho j| i-d by Express, Mail or other aafc and spocdy Conclusion : The negro certainly work a great ERAL ME.MES OfKlSloy.We moved from its old quarters over Cram's store to
WM. IKD\V1TU & Co.. FtuV.tULIG huav-t i.I-,. j conveyance (are Par. xn.) deal more than*the Southern whites lie has a i Hoeg'a Block, corner of Bay and Ocean street,
A>1> -0---- 0 i XIV. At the coming Election Registrars will publish below an article from the Atlanta! where
great' deal of human nature about him, likes tim j largo antlcommcKUoua: offices have..been
Exchange and Money Brokers 1 WHOLESALE DEALER IN COTTOXJJNS"AMI; be alb wod five:dollarsper day, and Judges .coBWrta that labor ought to *bring,- attd, fudg 1 -% .c'Ert'including an'ofiicial opinion issued Ly j jR. fitted np for- its uctpmaKKlatTsn on tho-"secondstorj'

I lUltoCKKIEH, PnoVlSIpXB. HAY, I JL1ON Election throe dollari" per day for all official KX lug not only from what I tear and secrof tho ne U. D.um, A. A. G. Third Military District, The now ..Vaatinj room is neatly and
UK UOIW, HEOAlIt, .C., Arc.I vices, as follow : Besides pay fc>r actual scr- groc-s/but from what I hc'arfroni'northern far- conveniently arranged, and present a inciting
very
41
wjiAf BAY STRIKT,
vrncXt b which it that.until. the amendment\
I A.OLXT; 1'OR THE KXTEltrUthK bTUA.NUA. : COTTON PRESSES vice on days designated in orders for Registration inera .who employ them,.r am atLsfled that "under jj appear and business like appcaranoe 'aad u under

'Wilt BUT AND 8EMEXCIIAXOKurXr.W M. Ucvd'* ""R'LuiC JaiViwuillo, Fla. U 0 aud Election, Registrars willbe allowed :decent treatment .and,'rrcgularl payf:at frequent to the Constitution, known as the XIYth Arti- charge ot* \Vj L. 'Coan-Esq'Acting!

,UtU&i4 uaentnat l'uinK16tf. 0 Jtal6 -----0 0 0 Iii. 1k4 pay for additional days, viz : one for're. periods,'tha blacks are'.to-day' furnishing clo, is adopted, and th'o said article becomes apart Cashier.
I paration, and two for completion ofV ntcOo8ar labor of'kU sortschcap r'fnpt7moreljjn; rate The Frcetliusne.Saviugiaz-lTrust Company
,
L. WABROCK McAJrt'1IIIX iVKK: MADK of the Constitution.of. the United States,
rogihtration and election dutfci, JuJgcs of ElI bat taking quality .into ,Ti9wj''rthanit"canbo) ; ; I continues to extend its sphere of usefulness, the
KJIKEDiLVX'S .Uci'JuSLEI AXD OKXEUAI.MEKCHAXT C.i41'll 'N ilk the lat}br. Jiislc, "Uro U, tkaULl.I Ill. an-l) thc IH-W J tion, beside days actual wrvica desIgnatoi1 by had in any other part of the country/ any State government which may- exist is only > deposites steadily increasaag m ntaily. all its

Craven lloifo rower taw: Oiiu, 3n'L l, all Cotton,up1ks] i !rrcujc in rtorc, vitli, for Ln rale uu-at and the '|' orders, will bo allowed pay for l/its financial statement tat the

.I HA Y fiTJIKKT, JACKSOX'ni.L K, t'J.A.. .", |I..ct-t rules, lay : days, and such additional and'extr'a.i pay;Jorliosnstrars ,-working on shares sometimes for north appointed under it will be required to take the month of March we take the following items i
SAVINGS BANK 0 ..oLTcItID.'S .1. IS. 1TT.T.KU und Judges of Election will bo taken
OOS8OSMKSr trnwadToatarerti:..often i for Jottbcrn iafllayeriten test oath. This to Governor and other Total amounts .of deposits: for the
--_ .v. \ Will tiurclikw! for purtiea iu tile country all urlklu tluywfch a 3-tl.. i'i iH-yiilrwl, "NVw York City. |j and considered as in lieu of-and to cover any ; genarally on low.wages and high chargoito applies :Tnonth...... .... ;..r .. .... .. J006,53T 7?
I11E %Tl'NI. rKKKmTAX'H HAVIXG3 AXOTUCST at the Itwe.it market i>ri
-. 0 0 bo paid name diem as Judges of Election and; month 63
COMPAW.CHAHTERED I -- -5- HOUSE FOR SALE per haytboatwobadcropd ; andnabrfallTeaiploy- VV *V..
-0- tMoJOHN GAUDY : for same period as Registrara. 0 Cr first: feed and doth tufa ahalter theffijeltes Tho following ia the artil from the Eta tAs
BY CONQR&5.I'ItICI1'AL 2fY.; Th0>Boards of Kegistration are ezioiLto don or lea comfortably, and the laborer comes Excess of deposits over drafts. .,, '7,5S5 28
keep all official books and papers in their pos in for the'scanty leavings.: _. the question of tU ibflity under the new
pFFICfKWASniSpTON, D. UHE MAJfUFACTOREU OFrM A DWELLING HOUSE 0 session, and by them only are they to be exam. Of come, after tuck,&social:'and industrial Provisional Govem nt it BOW one of great interest '1 Toted deposits....3 88,918 15

BANK IN JACKSONVILLE, EX01XK8, SAW "MILLH, SUOAJl 1MJLLKKH incd until they are forwarded to this ffice.' _rtrolatimj, thero ate other-,obetaclos to .steady we baveeenatsomepains to place, bo- :;.Total drafts .,".. *. ...;.a>U7,433 80I
IRON AS1) Bn.VSS CAHTINUif. OX TUB 0. B. HART fore bur readers an, official opinion upon this (I *"*
.
-U- Pla. industry..:; If;jonder, such Jcircumstanccsth "
is locatedLon Baj Street,, where JACLWYI'JLLE FLJ.Fe1 i t o.... ,.:.i...j... i rf State Flqfttfaf. point 0 j
SOUTH WEST Kijjiitratton of negro works-half as.well atf.jLctmed, tows ought \ Total amount due depositors....$711,482
DmsrL.crkcdurtnI. II A1 rl&ovkW;. 0 to x f ullof nope forth t ntnmj. ,On compUint A person who.had never held ah office before .
int rf tiUoraon sti nnof Frrc DoUamnixI : ( UUNEll OF CEDAU & DUVAL ST.S., the but who aided und abetted
up- BT OUDK.R or COL. JNO.-P.- SPBAGV!. will illnttzate the sort.jpf jndgnfeat nwn;hartfly war, ToluntariJy
"4': but dtoifti ofOe I'oU'tr sieeecedknk)2Lr,1OA142).M : V. LABRABEE the rebellion by, civil offico at TUE PKESBTTOUAX Ciicuca CASE.- .A decision -
? FRANK SMITH Agt. Lot 6 in Block .54 CHAS. pu&upoathainfrrior5race.: cwhich .they.think holding a one
has at last been rendered in the of the
w. L. COAX. ia Itatt. 7tU. S. Infantry, ovght to workjchkfly.for; ; tie good of the tope* time during the-wari so ujht the opinion of the case
L istr.. AcJIug11EAL Ci4Lierv Ettqriiz O Met. C ft. U. S. A., 4 A. A. A. Gcl.1otFTcIAT..I nor ono1 ;A.naan/othcrwiseintellig 3i assured Commanding General u tor whether ho would Presbyterian church of tfiia city,bronchi"before
Ha. i aniwis'm143k -- the Circuit Court in -tor a Ktt te injunction -
$ 1 chancery
towbeeligiblo
L. .
: : C. ROBINSON. mo thai m aerant,cases .. the incapable tim shiftless wretches r.;:Tve give Wow 'ttt ocsl.opinion,by which and relief filed by Joha CBeWii
iciibtr 8, 1MJ7. 12-lf. | ; I ; tharitupid ICteBal
and
ESTATE.FLOBIJLAND JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 11 E.UNLL ItTERH, TUIHD MILITARY DiriT.- preferred to'work for the planter*;who had been if Witt Tie:w a'Wiat th* test oath will: be re- end others against Dr. J. D. :
"' afta the
B. A. Putnam *fiolfag
liWon nml SLoi'I (Dicr'T GEORGIA, PIXJRIDA, UD ALAPLA duire&--; :: others Judgo ,
)
or the most end mastcrs-iand ;jiowJ the. matt
AENCY.L. HAfllnHiowenilarriviiij.nacou DAVID G. LOVE arp for five woski bat
nmlChMM. under advisement r.
Lar4 uttt-r
; "Conjrest will Ko v no doubt case-
? an enaUinf -
March 17 1868 out pass
Cual ATtAsrAi Georgia, exacting.*;Alittto'furthcfInquiryibtonght hill
kits -
Mckwi in Uim-K biiU tanvt ww ; dered his decisiottdismusing'complafaaBBtfa ,
Tea Broken and GKXERAL OwEns ) tho cxplanaUohv ITboyv-had.confidancdvitt'lli: act, relieving persons who, in good faith,
& nerrtatf,Wo and Jars Coff s GKUCKU AND COMMISSION MKKCHANT fr .
withcosts.
F. DEWEY & CO pSn 4Bopir( OM BOurbon and Bcctinc.! Wliwky, No. 43. J energy and success ot thcitiStftrnt ,, and desire ft restoration of too Union(and who have The Judge declares, as Ins oninn t., .0- that the

vhfath ftre aOaeA\>J the package only. BAY STliEET, JACKSONVILLE,FLA. I.1t'7&iiitx,.The Couatitutiynai ,Convenliyqof iclt surer of.their r v 4haniwh norkinyrfo proved their kith by.their-works); front the bperatioQ -I trustees elected in l85 iro tte 'oaly 1ei1 trus'tcesT -
aifcFOR Law Jfov.ad-tf MeHMm. Hnrri GainMA Co, J r. VV.. the philanthropiatfroia Kotthi -of tho-iiintu seotion-and of.other dsabQities : *
Attorneys Runs to S the State of Florida, recently iaOJaoa inTallfthassoo inexperienced but holds that hehaV aa jioi Betiatl aav*
S.- S- 0 0 I Warren & Co.-Anjfusta, Oa., Bcanlcn 4. Uainv which would.otherwise prevent- them
,
; Hi-no .thakind-lu5artcd sTuftbpsaoldniatte& i
in ejiid.; h5tatet did, pfl, o.-25th day I10 enforce tha'exccaiion.x f the }rttrtJto* on5the
Savannah, ha.Augu4 ftom in restoration.
JQZXJz TUE rURCIUXE: PiXD SALE OP] FRANKLIN DIBBLE, 0 lit 1SG. 49 Iy of February,, 1.8C3, adopt, an (OrdinancoTcoat .-jj I.:hcanU Jttfmetoas. anecdotes JoCindiridaalsing aiding beta M they appear'upotrth*pkifefl aadevidence.7

t .coinnssios MiaicnANT.fLA. l---_ 0 0' taming, among other provieioni/tha following j toold;master or HEW?*'. THIJU>ilnJrikY Dial., ) { : ho cannpt give th JMdfio'reHcfprayed

REL ESTTE rACJSOXVJLLZ .- clause, to wit: .. : *,-,. ..j o ugmatc-fox advicGIWW tmtoUow: ho (Depm'nt Georgia, Alaooma, and Florida,)> for by complainamts, aMjem ft an'plainants -
DENAUX JJ' it furtixr, Oftkiuutl Thatan', election ejxall j< follows-tbs ricatho cloctioita fac.mILdesr4y A.TLAKTAf GaApril la, 18 8.J -' havrt not mad tucjl ie-by theblU
QT Office corect of Occsh *nd lUy Htn$Lir 1'rt.lL&L&un waunrnmcnte urcbssed, or to lulvanc C. iL JDibUii In c1i Now'n.Yairk.ul1u1&madc bo held in the various counties,thin JSUto .bn| feili j'J found th negro shwwdiand csautionsiaboufc. The; 8Uttb' e tioa 'ttaQ.fint BcstrUiOflctOf fas to entitle them to any eth*TI&fZ-es.

JUeL.oflrj/,4', ) S tho'sttonday .politic*. i.UeniTaUynoudUimTaittdjUv.tfl t lrgr'tThetunUL tim -yiemtng & Daniel wcrdeotaael '. -

I' --- Upholsterer, OabiiiGtAKD May, A. i>, 1863, Jia kno ww ham.halwas:talking' joi butx nlesi pie of said%bd States shall be, by aa4duut ilainants and Cot IT. Bubee, 'Jred.-

P RMATIOS furnbbftfon fti, .tkfltUi,*aO-K*' : ThF.. MEDICIS, ; the ratifiCation.of.tho-GonaitutILm bj with-thoback.intolho .help1a liltJaliklto.b3 te4 in -tho grottho'F&t : -'-

i .ofl'nUlut,"J.y o4t U tb,.lndo.jig m iWin'Bntaf*TAHPtopm Uijirtilp y |irty *-tIt STENCIL CUTTEU, L.AT'rss: : this Convontton.an4. for thftelectiojajaf.a.Uay*! hands OfCth x'Id .mcrs United Siatw, sy.cfvil goTeranwir which ajr.i '__ The Judge, & aVhfgS' oompfeeat id the1ijot1sidii
.TAcKtO'VILL }LA. ornor of; .for lout.ycarf-taicomo aa.anri cjassxofT0t0rs.. t th&dOedOYf' only- W i ayiBetiia4th Thavo
Corner! Ama.are troeteEla' F.uU4int _". _. .* .**f*_ _i* f._*_ ** 9_ "
All urtk'M IHXat Jlr. JtowwIce 'Crcwn .Saloon, yjjl CorigrosJ, 8tatoJenatori; andop aottives, ThritLttnencasuic **f "
'YZLI
be promptly uttoidod to. t I JAOK80ir" VILLE. tad county of5c ,'''and; tha, th ,ote1or.1thw1U & of tho fifth iocUoa cf
/ u&Iatt.fatten up neatly. *8tt Y.b.Z,1S61.-27. + -'4''a- V .04 -. *._ 4 t

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crease of 28 skips. Tho anitali troro of ships, ted tho dcclarationslf the PresidenVto him and ent rales wnrtd It r Jmm tout.f .
M. Brt .
4 Bespcctfally, *c., *
82'Steamer* 163; liarquev 246 ; JgHJL300 the otherjapmbjors ol the Cabinet at TAT *; IMS, -
schooners, 207 so that ia a total vmT Fridar" ** '"' '
of
: f&Tba foBwrtnsf ttieluiloa.'bj'AM. CarJy, was IntroMeed 9, 1868.
lea than
tals one-twelfth wcxeshiiL1L "
him thai read, ("MWJoptwl. *
o. isee. crease of acbooncrs and bri is no ai ifteatit Gen. fJkfrta*.The tlukioattDo Cos Company, to furnkh.the .
vill become Then the fallia I City wita gta tot itreot temps, find that they anby 4lr Cnarknton
> o&Jft; |PI ? >tn, stands |ha low price allowed tltem, ask aa laG April ?t> Jeffrey Stcr

ccmes greater, and tbe choice Ifes tetvrecn all the olEer idence shows _.. '"% *
%
HoloticeHI1 be taken of commn* 30 *tr LizzSo : IA Eow, BarannAli, F.
annoymns steamers and fast-sailing, easily-loading smaller was thoroughly confident that TfiStanton Tliat fronultt first day of May. 1868, .

sic&tioa&> JJli .nimo and address of tho tmterDtT&lMfiveaai vessel* would not resist, orjat least tried to make others the OM per Company annum for be each allowed city the tamp sum-uppued of fony-nve bygss dollars by April SO str Dailington, Brock, KnterprLr, John
Cbtrtc.
a gnaranty of good faith.We The increase of arnoonea and-briga-aUiCeg teUeveit. ajad that a1 legal test wjtanottoljO them,the Oo Company lighting and clca&lnjf th rome

cannot'undertake tftl/etnrn or fork is mainly American, being of the former Jcflbrson considered as'Aw7Sor May 3-str City 1'olnt, Adkin. Cteitleston,Jc Rry* T TBro.

preserve 43 and ot tho latter 0, while the falling off jifihe ilodifionBatoilton The pno fact remains, which will havo, Bjopweightwith .Also, by the same gentleman : .
canurrunlcations.which ore not need. arrivals of ships is general from'all source In thwr'Tcr* iRdoitfd, That the nlj.ht poUoemaa to allowed the May 4-schr Frtnk, Ellii, Savannali.1 *
the Senate making
up sum of two dollars per day for extra wrvicc, and at May 4-j-acht Nonpareil, Key Wort,V.S.Qi if.Mny .
It is gratifying to that the arrival
see aggregate diet than any other, to wit: That the President that rate tor each day's extra service, when aald duty U -sch II.W. uodfrey, Heart,1'ortnmouil), Aiop

"Wfflrif >f British vessels decreased!12. tJ>irmg tb< com&fo the conclusion expressed to Gen.Bh'crmarr 1868. Carried. May 4tr Aj R l nf iJoaufbrCK STOwtfrment.
Xttotrtd,Tlwt the raawbal be empowered tohtrola- .
ft j has first quarter pf(1867 BritiishCtfes-p cre. 64thead 1 that a casa could not bo-made nny"fcr \x>r and have the City Council room* whitewashed and May 5-&tr Unttie, MansfiiU.TalatVa, John Clart. "CHISPEST

been ibe union Building of American vessels rin *thcso arrivals BateVw'fr" "v 1 r ho had evidently,informed himself of the delav cleaned by the 1UU day of May: also to hare chairs or Slay 0-schr John Vance, Uarvin, Smyrna, F.SmitliA

Thisyrar the Amcricftn-tessds: arc oG ahead, Nassau1 v-Sl* -1- .4, J r whichwould* ensue and bo fatal to him in benches provided to accommodate city guests; also toI : Bro. '
j I hare snki room properly painteJ. Carnfl. May I sir Dictator, \ViUv, Chaileeton, Jsfflrcy**,
Pi that
the
oa ween ee showing people are beginning to'recover 'A'l i- warvanto.the !'
Putriamjr.1 ?. ?ffcJfi 1 initiating proceedings by quo By Alderman Webster : Bro. *

their maritimo ascendency .'jit nnotable that DJ'WF' :? ?. : : f :? *n :-> 2 ? 6nly pipceodiDg open to him, and open tpihioi i Rttotit the increase of the arrivals *BtiQurleni ( ) V nud whitewashed, and nil necessary locks pat on the .
f'&feign> *aH6fiK-)5w; v't f f 2"1 only a 4he Agent of tho Government; that !i ithereuponTiYdetermiricd
ruins the business heretofore dona doors; and that the roota''-properly lighted with ga May ;--str Darlingtoii, Brock, Eutcrptio.T. CTark.
fihsand i
by Escnmbiavv..1.-. ;." ,!? -\ '2'Tt to remevolfr.'Stanton {. at the f spcnse of the city ; also that the plank walk or May -yacht Fannc Bonne, Carpenter, Highland
the probability to' bo tthittts steamers- Si* *" 'A "VJ-**"?** ? him the. which Alderman
appears itf -S in spite -thVTawr and throw upon : platform in front of the cngine-honse, Park. ,
Campaign. brigs and schooners multiply; thi ships will pass crti "'jfcJl 634 ri in1 23Tb > ;bnus of initiatinglcgal, proceedings, if ho cared j Cardy asaumcd payment of, shall be assumed and Hall paw My 7 jaeht Nonpaiid, -, .St. Au&U tine U That tho back of the City .
by the city. room Government.Maf8
!Ehrgte&Hxficossity- for early and roUablSi out of nso, unless some feature inoceaivcom'merce IJcuiocraU lo assume them: -Now he did all this in just which has been tendered to tho members of tho Fire schr Col. J. T. Si>raguc,Alien, 8t
sheuld create afresh, demand for them. havoeloctod as foliow'a : tho manner stated, and from it with tho additional Company us a place to bold their meetings In, shall fx

lB tlio Although tho of in good order, and that there shall bo benches proidcJ -
| iuje/tegarding important nso .barques figures so largely factr.tb'atho c ver intimated to any one i put UNION

m those Now York statistics," it appears that the Hamilton -..- < Jf, 1 that ho intended to send tho nomination of Mr.j -officers, and and also membcw a table of and said four Fire chairs Company.,for tho use Carried.Ihc of the. April Juebr Oul Jinp Star, BlaneLar J, Douto'u, M.V. ."

political movements mow taking arrivals of British burques fell 'off from 77, in Bradford kv .. ., ,v< l' j Ewing in until ho was threatened with impeach* Finance Committee, having examined the citjTrviwurtr's \ .Drew.M .

place together' with the' quantity and 1867, to 36, In 1868 more than half while in SL Johos . 1 ment with tho question of this intent in tho yearly report, niul it correct, ami it Is approved yl-str Dictator, Willey, Charle-ston, Jeffrey JcBro. ..77'is
.
the came pcriodrtho arrivals of British steamers Monroo .. ..- .. .. 1TLe of tho Tenure-of-Oflice act be judged'Jacksonville by them :
violation May I tr Luzlu UAcr, la Ho=e, Satanaab, F.t>ibble. -
of and articles
rariety political news increased 12, and of British BChoonors 6. Oftho Libert .. j TnEAsCKEltSAiitvUnt .

which crowd us for publication, 158 arrivals of steamers in 1868 only 47 HKict'l f,OM Jlfril 1. 1SC7,laf\ >tl 1, May 2 air llattie, MansfidJ, Falatka, John Claik.

upon American less than 84 'British 0 and Vicinity.i' Cash on han'l April I. |1,1I)5.80 May 3 str Darlington, Brock,Eutorpnne.
were no
being ;
cannot be met by a vreeUy issue. We that tbe boasted Merchandise licenses,... 1>W>7.0I < May 1 str City I'oint, Adkin CUatlcitoD, Jt(Trey &
so enterprise and commercial > hcvuses,...... 568.Xiarioom ( Bro. the most complete and extensive
hare therefore resolved to publish the spirit of Xcw York in regard to steamship lioea remaining twenty-four counties \\ill give ray licences,......... 6."iO.XIiilllanl ( May-t-wLr W. B. Maun, Stanfoid, ItiJuJolfhia, j printing'ostabHshmcnt* in this
tLe.Dcmocrats
consist* in being favored by at tbe lowest, count, five Republican iicnators 15v<" Eppingcr, ln el! &. Co. city. Ini
European capitalists 4 stbr jVnn K. Cniiiiutr, Cranunr, Xtw Yctk, i additiou *
Uaioar May to
"Wednesdays 2M>t our
semiweekly on with lines owned abroad, aud managed and ten. Republican members of tbo Assembly,( have done for tho lion. "Wm. Bmdwcll, Tcnpin Market alley rents licenses.,. 1IW.W A. Wallace.

had Saturdays, at least) during tho remainder wholly at tho expense of the American carry making the Legislature overwhelmingly Republican. i that gentleman utterly repudiates his lato asso City Stove under Council Kouru. 385.CNI'inesto Al May A.i Clark.Mav schr.II. W.Oodfrey, B.ars, Provlenco,II. I., Gordon's
op Improved
trade. Pi 7. North Feb. 1,1308. 59J.2&Clrctt" Job-Press.
of the campaign. ing jLntfican. dates, and declares that '-ho 13 down r>n Demo 5 )ir 1). C. llnl IIUJHth. Xrir York.. A. i ,

icenw,. ...... .. *iO.X/(
crats. of Duval, tor for smallpox May 5 .lr Ajax, Kichardson, Ceaufort, U. S. Oo\'t. (the only one mHhis tity "which
The Lato IVm. C. Rives. County quota expense 'i'iMaySstr ) enablwus
FLORIDA ELECTION. | 0Itulian < May 4-str Ilattle, Mnn 'Jeid. Talatka, John Cl rk.
The Cash System. Libcity Billings passed thiouglilho patients Ojiera Co., 1SC-J, ic.,.,... I--* Dictator\\11Icj-, Charltete.n, JiffrtBro. } & { to execute the finer descriptions of

The experience of newspapers, all tho world Tho tolegrapU announces tho death ot tho ; city on Thursday evening, under a military I Organ gnnd"i's,.,............ *5-t( ; JOB WORK, 'with neatness 'and dispatch
May 3 *tr IJE7ie IXiLcr, LtfUojC,Savaniiah, F. Dibblc. \
of and Hon. Wm. C. Rives, of Virginia. Had ho | \\iminuu cattle......... -
over hat pnmxl tho necessity adopting THE CONSTITUTION RATIFIED.UEED hia tol-oit ITauon at St. Auiguslino. | hare
guard, on way we recently procured aHOE'S
lived until next he would have boon
"We hare boon Monday j jseventyfive May 7 btr Hdttio,JlanHfielJ,Falatka, John ClitL. i
adhering to tho "cash system. Panor.tma,...... .......... 5.0
arrested in Tallahassee
this office tho years of ngr. Ho was born Mav j 3Ir. Billings was .. ...... May 8-btr Uarlinaton. Brock, I'aUtka, Juhn Clark. (
compelled to resort to it, in as .......... ....... ... lio.li ,
only means of self-protection. KLECTKD GOVERNOR. 4,1793. I His health has for tiiuo been Amount reeenodtrom Umish eonsiUofSar.
fcome past
The expenses of a newspaper arc all cadi expense very and bribery, as we understand. 3Ir. Billings for expense of iiurse for sick sailor,........ 10.00 Q.MlDcpt.
*. Printers must bo paid every week. feeble, and the news of Ins death has not been | Inhibition of laughing-gag,. S.tXJ acknowledged to l>o the best stylo of

The telegraph associations giro no credit. Paper The State Legislature Strongly Eepnblican.KKTUKSS unexpected here. j in tcnJtil U> bUut fcr Congress, but fcctmto Sea cow,. 1W Power Press ia use, and are now

*cash article." So with all the principal Mr. Rives eutered public life eaily, aud has have taken thorong road, and has Laultdnp Fish tt ills in City Market. 31-2J POST OFFICE NOTICE pro-
s a been for City tax. balance for the year 1SOG and '7,. 1,239.95Citj pared to execute all kinds of
hems of the expense incurred in "running anewspaper. rnoM ic couxTiia. conspicuous as a public man nearly in '' Jurancc \ilo." tax for the }ear 1SG7 and '8-. a.Olilb

." Tho credit system in this matter half a century. JIo had the early training of a OJPJFIOE IIOTJRS,
about neighbor and disciple of Mr. Jefferson, and attho Amount received from ail nourcca,.{10,387.36lJ.il.Uice
is
work* all one roy; there no reciprocity l' Tii-vur. At tho annual meeting dui the Treasurer,....t. 00.17 C JOB PRINTING
H. DEFEAT OF AM, OPPOSITION.We outset of his career in Congress was much >o vui) or A. .M. to r. a. except Sun
The only way to carry out such a system is looked to as an expounder and exemplar of Jcffersonian of the Board of Trade, held ou ThurbJay ccning Total,.J16.U7.53Lxauuncd 8 tl> 1'J A. H.JMA.XL.S ,

never to deviate from it There can then be no aro enabled lo lay before our readers* the opinions. Ho had served in tho Virginia last, the f"llow ing officers \vcie ikn t'-d for fonnd corre-ct, and appnned' hy Finance CZ.OSE.I'y | from tho 'smallest Card to the largest
four five
Legislature or sessions, \\hen ho Committee. 1 C-TEK.
offence given< to any one; nor any exception following partial returns, by which it will be was chosen; in 1823, a Representative in Congress the ensuing year: j Poster in tho best manner and in the
In this office
t Vim IJY reasonable man. through Brass Loe-k poucV*, to 3>e" York, '
a any.
been issued and seen that the State has gone strongly Kcp'ublican from tlio Albermarlo District He bcrvod { i Col. J. 1biuiilcrbon.. inirtou. shortest time. I3y increasing the speed
acootdingly/ordcrs hare announcement A.C.
fin nished p.udM.
Gas tit pipe, post.
with increasing popularity,until soon after Gon. >' T IlnitriJpc aiul T. .S.fcrt j gas Savannah, New York and Wjiliin too FoaUl Car, decrease tho
i and
has been made, that no subscription and the Constitution is ratified : Bowes, $Jl23.5JBalance and Tallahassee DiitT, 8. nu wo cost, can therefore

irin be roceivod, and no adveiltamcnt inserted ALACIIVA covjmr. Jackson's inauguration,in 1829, he was appointod ou furnifhed Hospital groun Minister to France. In that capacity he prisoners, and Fcnsiicola Sc Georcia, Railroad D.tttr, 8, in.Ocilaand .
unless paid for in advance. for tho Constitution and llcod. bhattuck draft duo L. Shattuckf p.
Majority 1 SO iRopablicnn ti M. L. Frip.
tho indemnity for French Tampa, MOSDJT*, Vt'tDSEsbiTs,and -
negotiated treaty
The only exception is in tho caao of regular Senator and two Assemblymen j r "erviceb as vratthman in 1WX>, CO.OO m.
spoliations, for which he obtained great eclat. for O. VT. navrnvcr IPJUCKthan
Cancelled coupon* Swept-on,
bills. As
.
advertisers having monthly regards elected. Cedar Ket 6rvDJ.v aud Tuca Ars 8, w.St.
and almost impracticable This is the treaty out of which grew tho imbroglio Council Proceedings.A by order of CVunuJ, year 1*>G, I.ijiiO.uO AugiMtizse Dutv, (Snnd.iys isccpted p.) g a.Ul .
it would be inconvenient
these, t-ylA.MMA COUNT*. Balance paid H. II. lioegon g. tlighl acccptnnce other
with France wherein Gen. Jackson the itiver, to oftice iu Jacksonville.
> through Fiiterpnse, any
to require payment of every advertiscnent gpuual meeting of Council con\cuc l on lljui U.ty j with intorc-t, 2".8.00 per
For Iho Conotitnlion 712 alarmed tho timid hero by using the energetic c\cuing, April Of, 1 GS, at S o'clock, for tho purpose oltaUin Printing Council piooccdmc.. : iMrlinstouSMUTS S, a.m.
as handed in. With regard to occasional the Constitution. action on orJcri Nfuetl fiom the MiJituij ] opartincnt j
?
Against 179 language which one of his launched Union" office, J.K. rUiekney4j.iH>
advertisers however, thcro is no exception messages Js'o. 0", in relation to tho Cat.il>lii>hmeit of anjoJ Letter Bill
Hea
B. M. 70.00VT. Headings k Ball
Chenej
For Governor I teed R <
676ScottD the of ths French Chambers ,
made. It would bo invidious to make any, against delays on quarantine at the mouth of the bt. Joiin's ritr.. It. Christy, bonds, 3900 Hi.OO The chcapi-'t, safest and moat cxpiJitiouj way of tiudng ,
uniform 260LieutGovernor making the appropriation of 25,000,000 of ; J'w Honor Jolin Claik, mayor, presiding. Amount paid City Marshal, 5 p c oil market iloncv to any part of tbe United States,u by the Tickets1, Programmes Auction
to wo '
while, by adhering a system, diaries Slagcr, J. B. SamuiL-. 1'. Webster, J. Lu- ,
this
Gleason, 11 G"4HalLl francs which it covenanted to to the United rcnU, 33.00 Postal Moiuy Order cystcm noir in operation at
occasion for complaint. If an pay >1 ingston, aldermen, >ieoout. Almcnt Alh. Ciinly and Bills Hand
avoid giving j cfflcc.s Bills Circulars
any ) 258 States. The French Chambers at first City Marshal, 5 p c on 88 licenses, 18bC 41.1)0) ,
designed j jto ,
advertisement or subscription la refuted, it ia not (rrotho One desk and chair for Council room, oO.OO Oideis issued in amounts to st.it purchasers.leed .
doubt of its payment by tho offerer, Christy, 2 assert its power over appropriations, in order The lloanl lia\ing lxti) i-allcd to ordi r, the follow ingcoinmunitatiou City Marshal, for fccnice*, January to March, on same, $20 and under, 10 ctn. Invoices, Deed*, Cardat .
from any Member of Congress Hamilton, It, .. .. 671Fncud to defeat a treaty of which it disapproved. Mr. ( w as mtioducod and rtail. il arch to Oct.. for 9 mos., at *23, i.J.OOClurk From *2 to V>, 25 t

but from the necessity of making, tho rule absolutely D, 2o8 Rives had returned home before this question j Dl'iTRICl OF FLOIilUA, \ of Council, from Oct., 1&G6, to April, r. U. EE D, Fojt M. Bills Lading, Receipts, ,

uniform. Mobile Etgistcr State Sonalc A. A. Knight, K 673Eois arose, and the correspondence which ended intho JiCkoONULI.E, Fla., Aplil SO, JSliS.Jii'ii. Posters
Julm Clark, Mpyrirnftlif City of Jackunrill', fla.: April to Oct., 21 meetings, 12 C10.JOWm. Law Blanks,
Th above article has been pretty *\tonshely D .' 2o7 payment of the money by France was carried Sin : ly! direction of the Colonel Commanding I ha\e S. Rawson, amount cxpende For Assemblyman Moore, It 682Krwin on between his successor, Mr. Livingston the honor to inclose to you copies of General Orucrs Xo.C7 account Irom May 3, I>>67, to March, 1S&*,.. 160.26 1 1rantPiled Placards, Schcdur
"cash adopted by our
and tho system"
copied, It C67 and the Duko dc JJroglie, tho Foreign Minister and CO, C. S., Ilc.iil ThlrJ MiUtaiy PUtrict, for IS. H. tax, 1SG6 and '7 t.,00NfisulLiiiuou3
Wo cannot more forcibly explain Mi'l to sny that it ills di irc that the necessary ttepn lie accounts pasi e<.l by Council,.... 77.13Uepair3 ,. les, Invitations,
exchanges. Bryant, D, 2u9 of Louis Thiilippc.Mr. tnkeu to est.iblisli the quarantine at May port lok9, ic., for city jail, 31.73
the principle involved than by copying the article Hunt, !) -, .. 255si. Rivea came homo iu 183-, and was immediatelv tlie 1-t of 5Iay.I Amount paid J. Cnrdy, on repair* to tiro engine

; and as it meets the necessities of our case JOHN'S cocxrv.1'or elected to the United Slates Senate, .mi, !!, very Your rept obeuient otfully*ervamrC. -, labor of hose an l,material for jail J100.00T.i'lderg 11.02Purchaoc Consolidation Festival. Steamboat*
-
fully as it docs that of the Styulcr, we thu Coiifclitution l"j to succeed Littleton "W. TazcwclL The Jtffer- F. LAR1L aquariums, painting, &c.,.. 30000 hOO.OO
quite as f>onian doctrine, which had been so supreme over Ij.u:. hall also adopt the syelem, and rigidly enforce Against tho Constitution -261 Virginia minds, had corao to bo tested in their A. A. For Governor Betd, E "t. ., 151 ltcn & Carroll, making City Pound, J12.00Ucpalrs
it in'ttM1 present condition of afikirs, doing Scott, D \t 2C2Lk'utGovcrnor application to practical events by tho quarrels T ieT, to old powder mnirazl no S. 00.00 OF JACKSONVILLE v $i"mailo any required size-, and every
Mr. Calhoun and Gen. Jackson ol Oi-ouii, Floiila. > I", ,for labor and material for btrcetoro.5
work on' credit is almost cquivalftnt to doing it Gleason between and i ii' r. L'Englo
11 151Hall.D of Blanks-are
lnui, as contract, COB C5IZ. variety printed jna
tho stand taken by the latter against the nullification fer arrangement to rcct-ive >i=ilBg; delegates ?
for nothing ; and hereafter all subscriptions to ,, 2023Ienibcr OEM m L Onull:" ) r. !)> Cotte<, pi 1-ate crossing*, 1 W.43 from vanotH tow-man! titi-'s in the interior of
trieory, which had begun to dcvclopo tho Bo. 07.Ai < VT. M. Costwk-k V Co., med. furu'd, $15.23K. workmanlike stvleat thisoffice.To .
and advertisements in the Union, and all job of Congress Hamilton, It< . 150Fnend"D extreme doctrine of Ftato sovereignty. Tlio UiC sca.-x>a &pp o.ii.nCa 111 wiiicK the itnpdiluuou of P. Wcb'trr A. Co., 10J.4119.65 the St-xte ouFtitliW

work done in thia establishment, mutt bo Cot>K ; .- 201 course to be taken by Mr. Rives was Ucked to infectious disdu.es may bo csj'fcte-d, the Couitn.indin? Banal of paupcrit, #d5.iOApptoprutions .Ifffj' f t/i 78G8
Oeneral calls tlio atte-mtoa of tut ctvil an-1 for !2 .tO 1"3.DOLivtoak ,
State Senate F. A. Dockray, It. .. ... 152N. military nu- paup rsi. > >
with great interest as likely to have a very great j thontics of the Uiatiict to the ni'cegiity of in-xkmg and block-, for City Market, 10.00Kcppinj
H.Moragney... ,. .. 261 influence in'dctcrmiaing tho political position ofVirginia. j enforcing proper
l.- 157Dunham Thcro was quite a sensation when he 1 as it :s iKis-iluc may be thus \iBitH. deiict a. natcliin; po vdcr ma a- their Xew Yorlc wewould
D.. 262x.vssvc CominuTnltiH of biib-dis'neu and eo Tn''ndiii Jriccrii A STEA31LUJ.T JXLWESIOy OX THE piintingjin
achieved _* took "rounds azainst the nullification theory.
Qua Democratic Mends have '>f pobta trill rcqmrc on tl.e pait of gt-ca bralo end mumupal I \\"uli Uiuz cham-cang, 3 ilav(>, 7.50 33.00 i iAsns'ing that wo can 4fiII their11 orders iu
rommr. and denied it to bo the trnc Jcffcrfconian doc- autUoutiui.'i-i L\ ;' jin it-diction ., _.. ,.u .. s taxes and maLIrg books, lOU ST. JOIIX'S RU'ERiu say, asami
a sgnal triumph ia this county. They became la ns, tlie nococary action m the ufcrcerui-ut of those I Tax collector, 3 p c commL ion on balance of
For the Conititution *.
\. 48
liwfini will protect the inMbltintB from t-pU labored earnestly to fire BradwclTaheart. Against the Constitn ion X". . 259 Mr. where tlioro nro no laxrs in uxUloucu for such purjKMie, | W.'tt. Raw son, draining lot,per order
For Governor Reed, R .. ... I.. 31 Rives may be fairly ranked as having been the th<.sc
.Against & Republican party, Scott, D .<-.. .". .. 5 founder of a conservative party in resistance tocxtrcmp na as tbe C.ISP be in.iy*uitnblf.be, to issur 1 hc and enforce tacli tlionldbo regulations Tax refunded 10.73 }
may o regulations CoimninMOHcircuslioenr1.00 J4.73City
an urged him on in his race for the Walker,' .:. .?. . 221LieutGovernor ideas in tho South, and his subsequent put in force L-y the l t of jl ly ucst, nn I continue till police 2,1)93.12Wm. ) at a very, bmall 'advance'oilYork

? Gleason," R ...'. 7. .'/, 37r career showed that"on all occasions in which his : Xm ember follow ing.l Laulk, 2'a mtinfii* rent of building foi: Ivr llie Kxtur=inn an I Bull, Vliuitting one prices anilvouldrespcctfully
i-csult
Jloxr do they like th influence could bo used he was always Iho opponcnt y orJf-r of Msjor-GcncKil Iliad-- hospital, at fit, 37.00I ?cntiemaa, MriUi la HallD.V.f .. 18 -
j It. :. DllUM.Ae I Prauiog Council room iu mourning, 10.00Cl KxcurBion Tickets can bo fonn'J at the>tore%of Misas.Ifoet licit tnciroruerg f
"I Christy, '%'. .. v. .. 221 of extremes. He resigned onco from the r w, stationery,
expected election in this Member of Congress Hamilton '.'.4 86 Senate in 1834, under tho pressure of a differenco I Ih'.bout 4 Bnr>.h, on cxtcnrion of city markot bin Drew, E* I. 4
long
c Friend .V.'. 17 with tho Legislature of his State, but was ( C. If. L \ ,.'. WJ.22 22.East Hori-luin am! Mcixtirj copy.r .
State has taken place. The battle is Billing .". 222 re-cloctcd tho next year. With this exception, j A. A. A. O., Sul-Di.-u.ct of H.JIIl.\ ,!. C. Small, building stalls, extcn-ion of roof,
Ac., Maikt-t, 203.001'al THE
Whereupon, on motion, duly jceund..d, tbe t v.a3 j in City
the'jDonsiitution is ratified, and State Senate 11. W. Smith, Jl . . 222 he continued in tho Senate until 184-3. Daring I ri-ccirud, and n ccmmutcc of three nppoiutrd rcpoi toruukr' I on contract lor powder magazine '
over ;
; King's Ferry precinct not heard from.LEW that period he had passed through the phases ofa with Coluutl Sprngue in relation thereto. Cunicd. Bill i f slate, E. 1'. Webster, ..... yH.Oo i i -. j v

the Republican party is master of the luke-warm supporter of Gen. Jackson's, an I Said coinuiittw, Aids.VctsUr, 61aK.r, ixud Bjmmis. Paid A. B. Cai.o\a, 10900AVm. :
corxrv. of his Conserva-1 Alter which a yx-tition, ttgnrii ly tbc butchers ia the Hou.-.ton, building fence,.... ?2.50 JJI.06 gi has removed Jrom_ tlid6ld stand on
ot
in its ranks opponent some measures, a market, Oaklnif that ia consideration Tai I tor draiuiua; >ud, appropilation '
field."With quarrels own of tbo bigu Tiiiecuor jv Ocean street tQii nir"commbdr'ijUY
fur Itoed and the ConBtitution inew
Majority ugurc live Democrat in opposition to Mr. Tan Burcn, inurkct etalis, an.l tl.c.tmaI! iUmai.ii frr Utl, th.ittlio of. ..*2"0.0'' i PLANTE1J3 .VXD OTHEES.I ,j!rt/7\L **
and a strong, vigorous, organized opposition not received.W. a States Rights Whig under (Jen. Uanison, and City Council VI1 rate the sl.tilsc< ojjinj to location Reuben Alley, on contract for putting I oas premises, fiftea ir) cxpresIv for its
R elected to the-Asi ami jput encli prt'cs it-; would make it reasonable in trunk, 123.00Jii.uO r -* *
uibly. '
Rogers, > ; Whig and umplo in the subsequent | 'HE Crafton Mineral Paint Company, now maimtici tho
a
pure ue m
.
the jart of the Democrats, and ea y. ? I EuiMing fewer on Bay street. .. (fflJ.10 ,
.on | tunug tho Best, Chcipost and most. .Durable Paint
MADISON COCKTV. phases of*politics. All these transitions were Lumber furnished, 31.20IH.Sfi I
Vpon motion, Uul) *ccvnC ), tin; pctiii n vaaKi'M on
m u c; two coats -well put on, mise-J with puro-Lnbc (iI
the Bepublicans have had u difficult Majority for the Constitution and Iteod 775 in tho nature of a conservative disposition the table.Jiy S. Mitchell, Ecruces ut Council room, 34.00 ,I Oil, "
I Cleonine ktieel wells 15.13 UNION
Aldciraan "Wtbslcr
labor to perform, but the result shows Republican State Senator and t.vo members against measures and men of a Radical soit. tttsolct'l. That a coinni: tic'. be ap-outt of the Assembly elected. President Taylor made him Minister to Franco \\ the different journalnnd .izccrutntUii lowest j Amount of fine rtfundctl, by older of Coun- j
that they performed it well.We a second time iu 1849. Ilohcld tbo office until imuting Council proceedings for the present j ear.J113 rutefyr 1 til, to J. H. C.imp, ...J23.00 It u of a.ILjht brovrii or beautiful choculato color, audI On the South side of street
HAMILTON tOl'Ml.For 1833 when he returned to the United States Honor the Mayor appointed M sucli committee | C. Nkbolas, on hcrnse, 10.00 I can.be changed to green,leij: ,stooo,drab,olive or cream, Bay
publish returns, rnoro or less full, AliK Saruuua and Jivin? tou. j M. Hcarn, removing fence, 5.00 to suit the laotc of the consun>er. It is valu-iMc lur i JJ _r--
the Coustitntion o47 and went into private life, from ;which he never Upon motion the Ikwid {.Ujourncd until FrWav mom.JO11X MrJano Burn*, over tar, 12.30 ;. B-irns, I'cnce*, Carnajre aul Car-makers, I'aiis, mid | T
from fifteen counties, and these counties Against the Constitution. 319 emerged into public service until tho war of ee-1 I LA It 1C, Mior.II. I ApriopiiatKinforcleaningupthuwaiktiincity j VTo< ilen-\\arc, Agricultural Implement*, Canal Boats, FOR SALE OH BENT,

For Governor Reed, R 345 cession Locarno imminent. Ho opposed bcces1sion r.. IIoiiEr>, Cleik of L'uunci). t cenu-tcry luO.OO ;1 VESSELS AND SHIPS' BOlTOilS
decade the destiny of tho State. Reconstruction j Pr. L. T. Sabal, on Recount of medical bill,. 50.00 | c o Scott, D.. .. .... .. . 361LieutGo and labored to avert the consequences. SIX '
An (uljmrxtC'l meeting of Council on tiuU Excursion on bteamcr list lie i front *12. to W a mcmth. Arplj to
in Florida \rill soon be an accomplished v rnor Gleason, D. Oil He was a member of the Peace Congress, whowj'' 1, Ifi S. 11 in Honor Joan Clark, mayor, p.esiJing.} 15. & Togni, account, 7'-". of Floor Oil Clothe
fact v'ICtoctfom Hall, R. ... . . 361 counsels would have stopped the war, and saved '. Wclwter, Wm. Gioilia, J. C. yammlb, J. I.itju3'3- i I.Varrotk, ....... (J.MlI log ustd l rt 5000> >bM the ivist year,,()one and Manufiuurer 03 a naint for htvI any

Member of Congress Hamilton, It 341 tho Union and the constitution if the Radicals j[ ton.Uhc bcervtory being abzi-uf, Al.l. Gri/tho n.u rc itt- I, Jmountpnid J. Claik, fir the boat mayor, sash, as per 43.007J.OO bill ofL. I j puri'OKC Ja nuaurpa.sscsl for body, durability, elasticity, OFFICES Yd"5ENT..
and adhci'ivcnev.
I IiM will
Friend. 361 had not predetermined that bloodshed ua botrctary. M. Mather, building nidwoik in front otMis. [ supply u plauier for years t
Return* for Dnral County. State Senate J. M. Underwood, R. 371Frink to their triumph. The Boaul lidding bci-n cullvj lo ordcrlho comuutUe Biirrltl'siot ......fll.OOLiccntcs I to conic, T VT>Ursu fficcs oW OotiS fiiteV',<
879 JtifOWTT AGJUSST THE COSTITCTIOX. I> 328 resisted secession Mr. to whom was refenod the ..oaii.rvnee wi'h Col. Spraguc issued, 50.00 r l.X) WAISIL\XTED I.N ALL CASES ) Litcly occuyiwl by tte VUOBIBA TSWH. Apt
Having unavailingly, bHf ii-ave to enbmit the foHoTino; ordujaucc-, winch was ; City surveyor'*drafts for salary In fe\or L"pU- tai The Polls of this County closed at tix o'clockon Assembly .Shuler, R 328 Rives was true to his constitutional conscratism unanimou'-ly udopted: i copal cl lurch, 937..r>()

Wednesday evening and at seven the judges Cheshire, P. 371JLTFEE80X and went with his State on tho principle of resistance Mct'iodist' church, 37.50 70.CO asabovf.. Xone Send genuine foxa circular tmlc-u branded which give In*a full trade particulars. mark
.
'JIAKAMINL OS ST. JOHN KltK.As Five p<*r cent, commission to Treasurer onL' Billiard Tables for Safe.THIEB
COVXTY. to what ho thought unlawful violence.Ho Grafton Mineral l"aint. A .
of election opened tho box and commenced Uj.mxifcr in cumpliancc with Orders Cr, fiom Milit UrwsT..
H. JIAXET,
For Constitution and for Jtocd 1 028 became a member of tho Confederate Congress jry llfad-juarttr* of thii Department, entitled -An 22 6 3in JactaonTilie, Via.U. MAKBLE SLAB, BrrxLVEixut.irly
counting the ballots. At midnight, 'having Against Constitution and for Soctt 626 and since the overthrow of tho Confodcracy ordinance toeelnbhiih an tflcUho qiuinintinc at the may new,trill b eolii cheap for ctuilt,or tradel k"

about half finished, tho box was re-sealed, and One Republican State Senator and throe Asecmblymen has been one of the most unflinching adversaries I Brr.month I.of Be.6t.it tonlaiutd John's river.l>y Ike." Mtyor nn-l AMiruim of B. HOLMK?, Treasurer.Xxuuaued Land in Jacksonville t-i
the count was finished on Thursday inorning. elected.LKO.K of the cruel policy of the conquerors.Mr. j the Cily of Ju oovxi\. Rives was a man of intellectual culture j cotabliblio'l at tli1 moiuli of the be. John's river, Florida
The result of the votes of the throe precincts For Constitution 1222 and accomplishments, a v.c\l\ read scholar, an on nnd after May 1st, lSk.8, until othcrn isc ordered. Committee. K. F.V"EB rkB, BY i trtuo vf two writs of fi foa iauc.l from the Uni Bankruptcy No 39.
'
Hrc. 2. The quarantine btatioii ill be located at May- C. Sr.ACKn, btatcs Circuit Cuurt,3th Judicial circuit,Xortliein -
it announced as follows : Against 1509ForGovenior amiable, if not a very powerful orator, a gentleman port Hills, point designated by a yellow Hug, and noM'Htclor .JOHN S. SClTV District of Florida, tome directed, I wili on the District Court efifa United States

For the Constitution 195 Itoed, R 1076SeottD of refined habits, irreproachable private ftcanicr will be allowed to pass uaid fetation FIRST MONDAY itt M Y.ithday) in tho city of
Constitution 457AValkcr life, and if not a great man in tho same degree'as without the nntttn permL>eion of the health officer, under Jacksonville, at the ttoro t-f Js<" II. Bcarox, at public northern District of Flonda.I .
Against the 1074CTATZ a penalty of 11 vo hundred doliare.SEC. outuy,sc-II u etock ofGENERAL
TICKET. 1308 tome of luobc among whom he was reared, j j. The bar pilots ure Leri by required tunotifvull of Jieitau.NULl.JTo I In the matter ot Thomas K. Uailo Bankrupt. X

Harrison Eoed (II 140O. Ono Senator and four Assemblymen, nil Republicans and whoso train of thoughts he reflected, ho was refuels onleni) the hurLor of tho iiutcnco of quarantine "Florida Union" ollieeI>r.1'ublishinpr MERCHANDISE era District of Florida, .
Governor
For ,} Council to ,
proceedings
at Ibis of which quaitvrrnding Tills In to notice that ttc 23 day t
on Aj
poll a neglect duty will subject give
elected. at least an able and sincere and '
man, a greatly ..
13 !
W. Scott, (D,) 116 them to a fine of one hundred dollars, to be collected by M.iy of Dry Goods. Clolbin?. IlaU, Eoots and 1M>S, a warrant of Bankruptcy waa Issued oat ef the
Samuel Walker ( ,) .. 676ForlrfcnlGov respected citizen. With less talents, but a little tho municipal authoritirp.BBC. BOWES Shoes, Hard-ware, Orocerics and CroUtcry-ware; al*> DLstriot court of tbe failed tatea lor tho Northern
.
Wm. H. Gleason, (R,). 146Jas.W.HaUU For Constitution. 1102 more rugged energy of character, ho would J. All v etifx'ls or steamer*?, upon entering tho bar- Kepalring furnished: lamps,eity Kla**lanterns", Ac., for February, 10.40Gns one Bugjy, U vie toriil! bo boarded nnd examined l tho health officer llailc ofliacha in thecotmty ot Alacfcna,in aid Distrct,
Against 632 have filled a much Larger place |n tho history ofa >y lightinp, &c. 111.50Oailurnishedcity Montgomery-in tivor ot'ArcbibaUl Younz(JaiKttA.
,) 446W.IL h>c. .".. All *et cls from thu 'tst India Islandu, Key Co., and ilvrick Haight & Co.I adjudged a BankruptonhU own petition; Uwt the
Christy, { ,) . n>77 For Governor Itcod. 1108Kcott period filled with extraordinary events and Went, or any port where cholera or yellow fevpr i>rc- lanterns for March, .. 112.50 I The above named goods may b inS ccttd prior to day pajmeutotanr debtammltUod UTerycr ny property

For Congress C. M. Hamilton, (R,) . 146 C35 great men.Mr. vail*, will bo quarnntiDcd tfu dayn, and all Tfp c) haying Aldermen Sauiinia and Livingston, committee on 1 of sale,at the above u.tir.cxl puce. bt-lonsinff tofuch boutrapW totdm,or tor hi* INC. and
John Friend (D ) 141L. One State Senator and tsvo Assemblymen, all llivcs lias written wa'ny papers'on p<31iti- contagion* or Infectious rear, rc- The above ala u p tpoaea until SATURDAY, Uu) tr.inffer of any property by him,are lorbuldt-n byUw
\ ulocted.IIUAUrOItl. cal subjects but his reputation as'an author In Quarantine twenty diys-afjer the diar>pe'ar wce l )i t tliikt they ba\e"wu tbo proprietors of the Florida May Olh. \. ia Ml Ihafa meeting Ctthe creditora' of said. Bank*
Billings, ( ,) 677 Republicans, of suchSEC. uUtaue. Union and tho "Ea'-t Florldlan," and each of them ALKXAKDEU ilAGUCDEIU. raptto-prova tlttir detutiad tuf JKK 'OB* otvtftrta
) COIXTV. rests on his History of tho Life and Times ofMr. (i. Codbtwi e steamcu Laving tholsra or ycilowfevcron will lake the contract for $45 per year. 8. Marshal K.-D. of Fla. ilffuet-3 of hU estate nill bo held at a"coart of Bank*
I For Iho Constitution and Rood. 104 Madison, in which ho had tho use of tho boi.id, iil bcoidertdto return foithwith to Moved by Aid. i'ltmraU that the contract bo given totho -, Murcli 31, ISGS. lltdw ruptcy: tolx! holden at JackflQnvUlu,Fla., in the law
Ili fjenator E. B. Cram R of the illustrious and tho their port of departure, oni n-lil not bo allowed to pass ".Florida Union." ooicv of U F.'Dewcyv before T.W Oaborn, Eiq Register
Constitution subject
For t&dc ( ,) Against the and for Scott,.. 171A. private papers the quarantine elation without tho ce-rlirtcjitu of the Tlit-re heing no further busineac, Couueil adjourned.JOnjfCIAllK in Eaukruptar fw U Distrct, on tbe 20th *
Democratic Assemblyman probably elected advantage of long and intimate intercourse with health officer of such port.I BRASS KEY FOUND Jljiy i. ISflJSattoVcloeks/irt. "

W Brad well, { ,) 077 him. ,It is a standard work in tho hibtbry oitho I SEC. 7. CoR lwl s fciciimois in a dirty or unsanitary E. HoLxfcs Clcik of Council.M Mayor.II. A4tK./k K A 1%yT\tT J> % 'Jfty\tf A f lOT"T\W B V t fcl21 *-
", origin and workings of the late American j condition (the master or commander being notified of A WAHETTLT'tlie Key ef rtore os a large room, 2t U. S.Manhal for said District.MeMeogvr..
j>cvAi cocjmr.
liAKEU COVXTV.
I the fact by tho boarding fctirgcon), will, on a repetition I **.wliich tlie OTrnoVcan h ro by apph-iag at tbe store .
Forth* AsasnM} J. H. Scott, (R,) 738fa Majority against the Constitution,>. ,.A<. i 1 constitution. 3" 0. 2'itayijtic, of the oBcnoc,bo ordered at ouco to thoir port of dpnrturo ofC.Drcw, 2iUPAEMERS

T u* Samuel Spearing (II ) 01 Majority for Democratic Senator,.-. 5Tho lor thorouah elcanoing and di infcction, nnd will ETEOROLOGICAL.
,
not be allowed
i to return without ihc ccrtlttcate of tho
,\. Holing, (Df) 517B. ( majority ia Nassau county.over THE CASE AGAINST JoHX ox.7-fIt'7ia attirmetlby hcallh officer of fctich port.

W. Denny, (D,).. 500 balances this and dccls a Republican Senator. the President'i friends that--hoviolated; hotenurcofoffico Po: 8. A fee of three dollars wiil 'be collected by tho JACKSONVILLE, May S, 1SC8. ATTENTION '

... *&$ Wm. Hodges, ( ,) .. 664Tbe act simplyfor''thepurpose 6f boarding turgrson from all vessels and iUmrncM.boarded Thueathcr ie>r the past week hajbeeutery warm craVitlrict'ofFSmfala
between,unnrUe and sunnct.nnd lour dollar wHl be
cnn'THftV"* elect for tho county arc thcre9oriu Majority fur Republican Assemblyman,> 2 bringing tho question of its constitutionality before 'collected if boarded after un et, <- with thunder (honors Saturday and Monday. Strung L. F. DEWEY & CO. tho matter of Lawrence U, llcoJerson, !

ibllowt: corxrv.Majuinty the courts.Tho< following" review, by the ;J3BO. 0. On tho arrival of vciHcls at Jacksonville, the \rind*from 8. "W.Tho'theimoneterraugixlatlUloMa. Northern District of Flflrida's. .

FertheBtate Senate Wm, BradwolLFor' lur Constatutioii . .i ... 105Rcpd. Washington )corre pondent.f of ..thdKcwyorkTimc8'of commanders thereof will forthwith report to th mayor, :' f' This Is to giverotico..that oa tho 31st day of Apriw18CJ
and turn over to him tho cerllkto( of tho be'Alth oillr. Iluviim I>cr6xto4 orraogermnl.-t vitk icUitblis dealers,hiXew >a warrant cf Banfa-npter wa toned out of U eUi
the Assembly J. U. ficott and Wm. ... 77Republican' ''tho testimony' presented by the defense % Failing in this, the vwwl will bo drained by tlie T.owo>t at 7 A. M. G8. Highest 82. York, are tiivtwretCto furulcU tt>J>*lotta short notice trictCoottoftbe Ciiited tatc ,Ipr theXorthcraDuitrlct

Senator.. .. 77RopublicanAssemblyman to sustain this position, shows that no cridcnco municipal authorities. {/ f&j 2 F. M. 88. "_ 97. all kinds of of KbrlJa, against tho KstaW of Lawwaco U.TV .

For ConataUcs AVncr a *ri, lotin. Vllll.N UJ .j V HUl / .-- 1
Thomas
Hogarth, 75 exists that such his
was design r- UHia
:, whoYutt bedn ft B-tftkntpt. on
Lancaster,Charles Hughes, Henry McEntyre, This gives a JJomocratfo Senator (Mora ny) ," The success, or rather tho'xurausucms cf the u. Jtj.fMfc Cte*. V? -M"y temperature for tLe week 73.44Tho Agricultural &r HbrtibulturalBIPLEMEX |ih.<*no a vment ndgtd of *P3t debts i"*

Richard P. Hicks, Richard Jones, and a Republican Assemblyman. 'One precinct defence-in showing by positive 'evidonco that Barometer bos ranged from 29.880 to ifty ftoytfty-tefoj in4 to racb lanMrin

yet to Lear from.TtAUIOX. tbo intent of the President in removing Mr.Stantonwas'simply'to of After Dr.Ihornaa muicli, Turner upon'motiou was placed, duly in tix nomination uduU, the for name the Amount of rain doling the week, 6 50. Si ,orfo* theirwe,and t&otrayaftrof any '

SC Jftltm'- uuty.HepuUicans COVXTV, j. f fMAJontyfor test Iho tcnnn>of-civil position of health ofilceror toaiduag I'hyncian, to be Ing of t e creditor*ot o .lbjokrapi fcmovathoirdeAQit

of St. Iho Constitution and JkSd,?. 920 office lav,, is 'attracting.much attention land stationed At the quaramtce ground itt ttj moujb. cl the LIST Or LETTEnSlicmaiulngiatlfa to cUooacLOini or mojr4 a ouses Q bla e8& ,
.
John's Lavo again Ono Bepablican tato 'Senator, and 'two Republican -comment It'was at first expected that General gt. John'* river.. < oe ht-Ui at a court of banknijti boljcn.at "Si"trktonth
bc n*jnitio Yot1 iras unanimously earrieJ. 1'oit Office at JackwJmllKlli.,
proTedl o te tho cause and to each other.Dtef .
Assemblymen elected. Thomas would show this.- All the declarations jonif'CLARK MTV
May8thlSG8 ;
coapew ft respectable but solid and united of tbo President to him, both before and after *. d.iyol ilAy, Ju liWSt.at Itto'cloet.

'minority of the rote In St. John's, but they alw7 For the Conetitutioa and Eoed .%/ ? ".. 24 thefact; were admitted; but thcros was no one > ,Po.t, A R-3 i4 erfili2ers-fa s
Proctor, Ldw .i i-nVA.* llFa1" .al.JkUJi'l'1* *
A uvular of Council id *
Against the Constitution andforKcoltK 305 word to thil effect beyond tbo incidental meeting con\e cnTnetdayoe CcnjA DistncUilesscnscr
Evirsr ;, cxprcsftori U. i3. llawhal for sail
hang tojfother. JltPcsucAjr jllay ,1908 01 8 o'clock,M Honor John CL-uk
VOTKix ,
This elects Sr' Democratic of 'the President when Gen. .' n 13 -
Quinn John i
county Assembly. Thomas m yor, presiding. < r j We can always be found at too offiee.of tLI
no: oocxrr, KCTOXE, WAS JOLLUIJk man, but the vote in Manatee will secure i Republican tnfoimod him Senator for tBe the'coufts'Well that's OrotV J* JJvinjpton, 1C. P. >VcMtcr, aldermen, present. *, Ocollrock Basted,Charles I VLOR1D.I UStfAGfyCf ird 21
3waotrroT .wAS CA T lou TIIE District was ia where wo want < f ,J IIBrodlcy Heft, Charles i Banftniptby ; -

TICKET! All Praise to St John's. ft." Thatrwo9, of course, after ho had been notified The Hoard having been called loor lcr, Uiu minutes JfewtouOHnchtJW 'llcdfljon, DSumncr chasers 3 (
regarding tutf cost- use and rehuito Taluttof tf&sffiifjita&f9rkA
by.the Senate that* they considered the of ; meeting woro read and >d.
jority for'the Constitution jfU03 pree-eding pprove TV A each Krtlcu us may be required. _*_jJ. ismMSES SU Jla.
; .; > j removal illegal; and .when impeachment had After wbirh a petition of Mr. Charles.IridVnbcr!!;, A -
Majority for Ilcod....v* ,i' i*. ', : .,?. ;(i60 oskinr that Council remit bin fine ia a certain cose bcora I Ciiffcy, VatrlJ. imon,Solomou .
gmdualrftiija' One Republican Locotneinunincat/' u, ( the ioay<>r rccentlyj i OoUitt". WiUlam Small, 2edSadthez tf. th>j maitcrtfem
two
-ing trado fiom the enat r..and Jlcpub ican D James Ititorney March 1 4, 1H68. 1 1 tf DtSSit 4f FlortdOr*.iTJ
ocean carr> It was next suppotod thatj Gen, Sherman Upon motion, aW petition, aff era eoo. J *8} of rVcssials to tho ipilor.? pow> that elected*'&* ;< 'would'reveal this intent. 'Tho Senate admitted irju.put to vote, .which.resulted OB follows; Bickson, Jacob Jno 0 This is to give notico that on tie Jfct baaed day out of April.1SC& ot u#
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Sanchez
Joseph awarrantof JJanfarrptcr w ;
aia Irtag-btod,,. a' movement, that Ve.cQiaincatod tho doolarationi of' the President to him, which In fevor of laying and U on LWnjfston..Sfaysi tho table .Aid*. *Aid*. French, lanfonl I.GotUicb Stawi A Diatrlc* eoortof tha raited ute* tor th orthi*

upon in coosoctioncocwaorco lujodty ftgaaost tbo OofiJ5tiLttt o,'> ,J'M f 4JJajotit accompanied the tiro specific tenders of tho War Orothe and Cmly, %>' TiTempleton dlstnol o FloUOa,azaintft tiecstateof

of JPtiladolmd rScoU i..r i'i *.r.n/.. ,.. 7 Department on the 25th.and 30th of"JannaJy, JL. petition of J. VHawkins wBockcy
tJonc
wfiod'a frcsaillMtratioa of iho troth and GexLtfihcrmaft stated that when >he suggested hotel toownaa to tfplaee tho the Taylor old port IOQ Qr eastern wJngerf the olfny debt*aJvlihadeUrery ol aa* PWf3otJontpn

Jh rf tho itatcmcot of tho amrala atkcrrfprkftom that the lawyers could mako np'n case with, irith a flat iiu loaf,*n4 to rcmora lleuse.irlttiftucwbuildiug tbe tihloslo roof now, L1DIE81 ?to u flS* *

forotgn porta for the first'-tore* out involving hun'or/any other officer, tb" Pro* on the"western part of aid building, a&4 t\-pHcft I Ia BBogaruMlMElloii tow iha transfer;a l that of a nwetlag*property of the*t creditor*$ *** ofrnpl 1fb

mosths of the 1868 as compaw* with BtdeatTcpliea that it tin roof also. Fclltion granted.A Branch at Jacksonville nl to choose or mow -
year vas impossible to make a petition of Mr.il. Uovea;as follows iTo A nNclayn _to proTc k.i _thejr*. L_* debur t* v_ miJV* M-jM cft.< M.rfcdJiKniBb*'
iof tl i, corresponding ,>%f .- %**>
'i ftppcars Uiat wschooners EiiCst tha ConstitataoQ/rend r. sever directly Intimated his intention of.testing ; uperJinteodcnt of the Davis,illf Emma Xb. ifil

juad'Scott., .. .v,. i *',.*! .,.*. This.was c GcniSherman
lays he*ever wsdjoa this pointlt:was next

38 irig ';fi2 Iwiiog raaj' for CcqwfiUiUciuwict' Eoc 4,185Kt eupposcd that Secretary' Wtlles, ia his testimony b Froscli
amount of|15 allowed to nablo oat company toOUT7 ,
22 ftcsmen, wbUo thcro wai a de- r majoritjr oner > cott.j, ,. ,., 5,882 yesterday and to-day, tho Senate admit* on lh boctoMi men* auccwafully,u at the pres- Singleton,Mra Nancy 17 tf Acting CasbiWr



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,PEAOJIVRtT. P121au3eut fooDs 'roCCllLYO .A1"D-11--44:wna"Ul.t
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-'3 .. "t'i; ,: trill be ditsolred in antunin,hen the nowfrah- .L"\D i .'I STAPLE 1 DRY $ DOI :) ; : 1 z4xr3; rziYi.YDzrAizcxzo.

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a .s uth ]i.r 1fillt. 1RzXbmlil"d chIsebflI comes into.tio. ... : 4YD rzoz.trz.
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ooident.- .,' rAAt May 6.-It ia understood tliil the j OFEICEBS.- L. :; : I
Railroad ,est oath will not be required of legislative memei '' 1 :.* < :: ; : \ -, .. '

and tbo Legislature will first be astemblod j ". W.ALVORT, President. : ''tm 1v4YDth3XECt .
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District Court of Texas. at MiUedgodlle as a Tiwonal'body, to take LEWIS CLEPHAXE Flrrt Vice PrwJJdnt. ...- I IMANILA ; : :
U. S. B. %i. AKDEUSOX.Second Vice Prt-sHcnt. I I i- :
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action on tho Constttntlptuil Amendment, DANIEL L. EA TO Actuary. lAzziejgf
then adjourn. SAY L. HAllKL?, General Inspector.IXacklng I :
A CASK OrFODUlUl\(4. IIou., Pcnn.ylTanla.\\'ml1t', corner of 13tb I
THE TEXAS COXTXST1OX."ttv etnttWaemngWn, 1' C. : :< .Q4 JJJKE UUicWi1Hraeietiarty <
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.. OCLEAXS, May 9.-Gen.: BacLanau has I' ANCHORS AND CHAINS :
ordered the OMemUing tho Texas Com ; .i b t 'aboes jilsc s .
qreiguWS.Nowfmm i d of tu-j 1 Branch at Jacksonville F1a.t LEATHER AND ,F l o 7 .., _'e'cJoeL Y.saLa :'.
donal ConrcnUont> Junc'J JU .ins ., .Jses.uWo t'ftr'J c1aturda7.aMewemy .
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-- 15th AS preriS er C. .VO. CC CAT STREET.Ojn .- I :" L SalUlJ1aY..crethgssittbj.. a&.trma II .. .

Washington City. ___,. .:-1 -- ._ ._41II ;, .". ; : : : eaayotnig, ;' -:
and .Laaitatrt*nd liy itaMo s.CATTAIN Ifu''lorput
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: cvc>7 day Sundays DoUtbyj czceptcd. "
fIt -. from 10 .. ;.. to 3"r. M.,and>Saturauy evtuicgs frgtn C : ; ,
'f' Jacksonville: MarKets.. Lobp.i. B'AaGING.AND.; : : : .'ar c qpIJ at, ,.csj.des
.fI'"IRGOL i a4sLA1n : : -rU1 .rf.Otro .

W _., > .-.- rnjret j'rof'.Ot! {"..", WiQsms t 0>. ., + -t'. : : 1.LAIkUOZLYIB1z .
DrrosiTfi or .VXY: AMorxi luictiTEDrnroiAST : .., to
Tr1Od in June. I l !. : .A..t". ,1. '
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DMS.tO1O JAClBOlLL11:: .1S i und ;
TEC50X.Dfj Paints Oils of .
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VcryImpo1tm Georgia. S.rth"rn"hi IIvr iou-..... ,.... l i eL Gf in Ijpccic are rcpaU In vpvnc All other deposits fire \ ; : iU.: $ MAIL Mtflt
Mia \\'ul'J1lo............. I 1 fiI I} repaid in "Greenbacks" or National hank Bills.Intercit ; .
'-.- Bouthcru-flow Kile ; uo.dcmazit.FuwR : pavublc 10 January an 1 July, in cachrcu,, Tar Pitch and Turpentine ; ; .
: and by i-iwci.il rule! ,on deposits of J 0 anu ul'w:1rd', rimainicg '
14ts1uN, May I-nO'CSE.-ln L 11ouWeudccr t-i. Louis lamllv,..\:..fW.? l. 16 50Estra ..It.SOO t in the lUnk at Icimt thirty days. : I II ; .
W ts resolution ronpnrinraso'b"umo. ,..... *,"* 1325 ( 16 o I All the profit belong to the depchit ors.Brauchea I .'
Irwstnted a reotutiofl. Super State,........'.... ,' 1J60 i.W 00 i Lye been ,.t.b1kLe1 in the priuUp citin : 'I -' ,
\ .IVasbbnmo also presented Oforaia EitmFanillrrr k1>*ll .,' *- (3 ROO from Xew Yost tu Xew trt-K-an*, nud a.'ooiint* can\ Leather and Steam.ITiVEi I ; : I.. T -U
thc rUI1)rt oNhf 8.i Dot transpirEd Family, "" .. 7 M transform from one Branch to another, without cMrjc 1 :.1Jelting f; ; i "J' 1' : :' .
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rtqucsted' them to nthbold them '. Kupcri *' ti..i; T 00 I or Intt-nuptin the intcrvbt. : : JJt&u\:01U.E. & .
the sfcaktr; urt. The House then Trent toTEcouIing o1.-(Full W(ighti .
.Iler t ( thl lintnch lias on deposit ovr J 17.000.
until UAT- I WOOl1E. WJVItC ASP WILLOW W..ua P:1I1GT'Q:
hmer.t. laKlcm,...jterctrt. 1 GO Go 1 C3Xorthern Merchauu and otht1"dfeirinz to deposit ttnd check I ,
im rrJIminarjdone.. Ring.hS5 ,. li 0 l 1 CO I against their 3<'l."lIunt"II; be accommo lal".! I .
f. JACOB BKOCKontlllij
;. BAC0Y- We draw KschauiTt on New York und all thvfrotnl- : St nm Ycscl and Mill supplies ; Ship ,_ : .
Si ShottlJer. b. wt.pcf lb.,...... 13.'i@ It I tn-ut fcouthuu dUe.at tin 1\.1Iuth. TI AVtcGbee tIoro Jyetted 'Ia' : .
TLtt1Pt ta-day an1.615,000. smoked ......... 13 ralXs on Xew York nn payabtc at the tanUcg I branches -iI. Oft here utlt bdneD Jachot aad:,"
White: Hon c was crowded all day to-lay Cum erlan. prism stopping at Lit tsmcsdJi bI'VbIpJIS
The isit mil kct; would command...... ,- <. 17'; t ttoIlwrt nton and New Y ltk. al"o liaut l>.uli--, auJ Certitioatesof Monday mornIng 4 o'clock anrria' at Xatcmte t
ithThiI 'I'l1ing'l1.. bt thc followingIU"pcac1.nnut : Ci'lI.r Hi&Hi 1(ked""... tl (. ll : lhposit cashc-J iom-st rales. o'clock p.iT: Ut'ttln wilt IeawI RIeTfse WeS.nesday .
rtock fluctuates hour by K ur. Beilirs $4 ....., H''V; 1ft' : (Gold Silvir end U ivcr&iuvnt Sccuties 1 wght and : Reed's I jnorahu o'clock.Fiiota Tkomki nantn T:

why is not demonstrated. Ribbed Side*, nmokcd......... Hi\ l 17.:) sold. !.I"lnek. arrtYinc.t JaelwonTia*1 4'etoek".3(. -
Tv-day it in dialer: counsel arc mfidnt ol! Clear USbbi-d S'fK, nuked,..... 1$>s 19 Inv".tmcnt@ are only ntvle In ciu-itJes! of the Tni- Will fao make tegular trip to MM< l erwy TUI-
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l'ccsiJ.mt and ted tat i*. i DAY. '
Thn PomKeir- j IcvbigJaekonythie at I A.1f. ,
TLoy figure out not more at the Od:'........ ..,..........,.. Q3C O. B. HAKT.Cliainnan fi.1J. i JOHN CLJUtE. Acrat
Si- thau thirt .-t\\"o votes for conviction. ileisi, (none in market.) I Advi"ory f'Otr.mttce.! -" --- -- -- ----- I July 7-tf Rd'Wbuf11.1I1CbaATJe.h.
I'rtmeno ]cman l.Ittunp : C. F. UAIXY
EI UMOXH.JiuiiMOM. Secretary. I -
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tuahuon LMU1p.Curi I COAX f
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Conditioner, wa to-day ap. contiuiar firm at thu'prcM-nt piit B,und >!: auiy I f' -
*tats expect 110 material chance until the large eupply'on the -
ported May.r of too city by General-Schofield, market worked oIL Ko marpin Uctetn present prices ; FLORIDA LAND AGENCY I T1EE'7PSPI4EXLD. STZAXZKCapt
vf jnu ij )Mayo rtnioVLd.. an
fll'C Tie conned' on both sides iu )Ir. Davis' eae, ited.lla. n.Ui-gu supply Oh tliu market; Jtmauu is limit-I' ALL partie>having lar.d or etlur Uoal EiiUte for I .

with thy consent of Jadg Lnderwooa have .d, although holJers ai'!firm in their r>ricei>, owing to ehould scud a ilcbcriptiou f their ,ropcilvwith I Baya & :
cn Juno 3d for the trial, and Judge the rtceut advance. price and terms tu r {
agreed for hw asenLt&ny I'ork-Holders are a kLi4oO, uHln-ui-'li, ."'mt Sir i.tlI1n -'
Chase has been telegraphed and Unmitivt gai **..?.2to.Domestic). | L. IT. IDEWEY & CO.

dflogates to the Repubhcau ._ _.___ I II

State Conventions, which meet on REAL ESTATE AGEXTS, EL9.TTZE 'I
Wedncsdav and Thursday, havo already ar- I Markets. i if.6o.6J T-"T AYE now in Store and are Unlius; jxf Schouncia "

riTod. It "it i the gtncral bdief that jo'cmosW JACKSONVILLE PLOniDA.IVixrty JJ1. from New York, an excellent assortment of : GEO.: ILAEflZLD

clla *U1 cut ILc Republican nomination for 'a May 6*-Bacon, clocks full; clear tidc i left 't\ith u.lor aV, l.{"rc the fir t of J unc,
K. Johnson Harbour, Colonel With- 18 ,:.1\1c: de r ribbed, IS*@lSc: ribbed tides K.S' : \111 be advertised FKEJ: oj Cu.&asjntLe f' lbs been placed permanently on the tint iaTEIPS. ".
(.,vernor : of lor the boulders', 10?,JTU Ci choice Kug-.ir-carud: lum<>, il'-l ; GROCERIES ASS PRQ : 1I'ilh the DarliDe.1OU.making
en, "nd .K>lin b. Millson are spoken i 2aci; r -uk; plAin ISJj'SWlc; uflield held at 2oe FLORIDA KLL\L ESTATE ]{EifcTErs" l sziirI.WEkkiX .
nomination foi Governor. I cask : breaktakt .. lS Conservative per > ; b ;.tll'tC3i8 '
%Vhich will \ firculnteil Consisting in part' of Coffee, Sugar, Butter, LirJ, Chec&c, Crackers, 'Jagk4fl CTTWKD4'
this excniu, at a meetmat tie Cl.j1; prune do., fii. Corn-A'tock large; Ucomud; ** extensively tbrouprhont the : MOWNflCG aUe'dock .1
llttnnicutt his wliolo t.To'I I I dull at,i.2&1'in hit;c quantity irout depot: $1.30 : Xorthem aivl \Vt'Hte'n Statts, ana will tarnish the vi-iy Pork, Bacon, &c., &c. "o'dMlr ; htatb9DAY eq.ln -
rack 1.notm"il AVvUen uuJ Irom klore. Hour Steady. New GeorgU eur>crtine, beet means of briuginj your ]ptocrty] to the notice 0Ih. 'I t arTiri a.EI1&et'pri aUo'eI P.ks
i n:. :3U.:; rtra tuny:!16\ 1;. Northern Scllini; .'''housand who aiv"j rcpariup to cinijrato to th. retoraiaif.will leaT Enterprise.rwT.tniDiAT.
\IAMXHbnM.i. -\. I..t ftlfl.>IVrjT?;,>fi)fUIt:1 lim i A 1J53h:lor*.*ti- : 41I* "Land of rk, er." ftar" Tc ge-ther !i T insati o'cloclr; I-aUika. enr.1LD."iDAY m stlM*
otloeSr.amrinK at J eksonnH
t t'I Cirvular kent on al'ic"Uou. iIt i at I o'clock. F 1
lor cxtra family; saucy, ,I. lli-J.1"lcm bld at ] :
At*., lay J.-Ou tbo 14thol3Ian.lilut I :1. .1.t: from etore. \orthtrn In good t1ci.ami i .-.----- ---, -'--- t
some jouug men of Eutaw, Green County, |1 W for i let*. Oatn--Xt 'kl good and full; dull de- Farmers and Housekeepers wants bach as Ploughs, Plouglilincs, i r 22.For rorOtct injonuatiaa apply to 0
bet,' a uuind. Wo !l.4j from irhaif, and l.l>;n7l.l3 Sugar Cane Purchased --- ,
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juote Selves Ovon
in this State, took part in a difficulty \ !: and Shot, Nail*, Spiders, JOHXCLABX.Watches
named Hill, of infamous character, and a I from alorc.OiARLrsTO. i IX[ ANY VUAXTITY, if dtiixcrol at any point on : : .
man ., May 6.--t&un dull nu.S -L lower the St.Johti's llixer or tiio Ituilr ad. AU S.t .A&af&
purtk5luvim
out of dcpredalwni i by I upon
Mr. rL1t "!'", growing ,which' ales, 130 bales; middling,S1331.-'c.: :. ;Cane to sell will i>icuc conimuuicato prumpUy .-AB.E d II :
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Rill upon the property IUIf'TelU I WimrsoTOX,X.C.,May 6.-Spirit.lui-pcuilne clo d j 1 by !Ictttr Hill wa" roughly treated,but not tenouely hurt. firm at 52Vc; Tosm quiet;Bttninvd,*2.85: No. 1, *4 V): li. IIUSTEI. and
These men tven. arrested by the militaryiuthotitjt.i t pale,*o..5MC-7S. Cotton rjuiit and nomin.il: middlinj, :, lltf IHgliUul 1'arV, Jack.-onMUe, 1' O. : ALSO I : ; Jewelry.GKE. .

vonnf military commission J0c. Tar arm at|2.TO, | ,
and tried before a
The finding of the Court and New OtLKiX,tlluj-; -Flour 'juit t. fiirj, and tutchanged. 1 I OFFICE cr TIIR JQniBXL or IUK UMICB SlAnt". { : : A.
in this city. havo : Corn linn at $1UX .:. UdU dull at ;61.. i FOR THE >"uBtncttx ]>4biKici or I'LOHIDA.Monition I Liquors! by the case :and barrel, which they proper scllinj at PECK,
tht action cf General Meade thereon: just I Hay rrnn15fl. Me s ptirtfftrm at !:.;). Lard I I St. _\tGlbtl \pillltj 1F6S. .
been mad. public. Tour ol tbr accused who firm: tierce 2Qe; Ucrce to-arrive,C0>;'c. bacon toLoulI '' t : \TC.B.3LUtE& AD JKWEUY,
derr It dear aidt.-, Wo. Cotton uull and nuaiin.il OaIDAP IsTOT : .
lonnncineni since the trial. V c; ; and Citation. IF "
have been. in close fciilcs ol MM bulu zniddUn at:Dl 1-'i*rvcripU,1121 bales. :
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released. Wni. retticrew t J OC1U.V ST&XET, .
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were found cot guilty I XKW i tanIy C."Cotion dull at t'c; lower; aalcs ';. Itittfvci Court ef the TwitetZ Slnttf,fur It: ,:rt/i rj .
,Thos. I berts and Jatnc Stccl were 1700 baKs at 3: .\ lil&o\LTr. Than any other Establishment in the City. GIVE TIIE3I A CALL j :

antrncod to liardlal-or at the Dry Tortngaa fort Wheat le lower. Corn 105c bettw. Mew pork-IK-W The fiiitc-J Siatc.r' the .,!oop Jcrrr i JOINING THE MARKET. I : .J-\.CKSOSYILLEp }1.,

Frank}unday, Hugh White John'I fTJ; old, t2:1.5.! Lard quiet at 193 H.',. Rice n.m'i AtJKcll. her lioit'.n, T.cVJc Aj'|>fijx-i. LiU-1 fur Fine S Jacksonville: Fla., Dec. 22-3m.AT \ .' .
years to hard labor al .r; Caioiina, 1l.UlS"". ilobcoiauo sugar lO'Vlolasiei .l < I'nniituru siiJ her Car"o, aU E. A. and e-'L.
Samud Strayhorn, i .
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Calkvy 'I' quiet Turp UUOM.-U, iliistert-f MW!*4t.O. i I'm failure. .
the Dry Tortngas fur' on* year. The prisoners, (.. Freights yiift aud firm.Cixmntin I II I .-" .
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handcuffed loll f"r their destination this evening. I May C.-Floor dull and hi-piny. L'om. i i I) u.iiit to an Alutchincnt or Wan'ant: of Arrt.at'lud .
1 PlT-SCc: iU- pods fiaj-n; shoul-ler,1 Is; iK-ar *:der, I Ij I Monition undir the cal o!said court to me irec'-il
'T.tliAKOJIN MILI1VEY OKT-U! 17c.. Iud,1c. and delivered, 1 Co llcicby give ]lHhJk! notice, t<>ali per'
4,-General Canby Las j Bnn5,ncuil undcem-ml:anJ do luonuti and cite them, : G-O TO .
\flint 'I I" May -
I andottcU oi them LxiaiiOL'the aiiTonaiil tloc.p.lorry Ac-
tesucd an order anu"( ann: thv ixsul; of the i --' u. .. tEll, tier Ixote, tackle apparel luruituro.ana her.aoto,,, .. :: : -

recent ekftion; the names cf the new .State olfi- In Bankruptcy No 35. I or imiwin?or having nu thin0 u.iywhy the KUUCsLould ., :: t
oivuibcrs of tbx Lcg ,laturc, inembars of : not IK cr.iKtcimu'd'.is fortciKxl, aCl'oroliu; to thpruyci !
cert, I of tlitr Kiid lain 1: th.it tht-y be and appear before ,' t
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Congress and fenators, und making provision Ditlrtd Cvtul f th( United Staled fw the UK ?ani court tu Ijo h1.1 at tUo city of tit. .&ugu.tlueIn .: : t tf2EEPs

for the meeting of the new Legislature on the I Nort1rn };bid Fhrifa.lu and for the suij northern li-trict cf Florida at dew; ::ii 4'U f
of :
The order provides that laU/rers ds. : ; o'clock, in tin; forrnoeu of Monday, the first day o1ue. :L F : OR '
tlth insi. j .
A. D. 1W3 (if the name shah!!W n day of jinidit- ,
to the vishe oi the ioatU'1 of CcnWn U. Ch&rle ,. ijkrut. uih ,.
tharg-sd: for voting contron- Lion, othcrn} on ti next J-ty vf |uri.dicliou thcrraf I
their employer, shall be maintained as objects em Distritt cf Florida. *. I' ler.)t1l.n nm!tl.._.>. to itii-jri-oie ri.iim and make aligatioui. .
Thi*1?to give notic that ou the Uth thy eif.rii ., niitl answer unto the LJ>ie'ant! in that behalf.
of pulli'clarity by a levy of additional poor ISbS a Warrant 0f liunknrptcy was U.UtJ out of tiiuDietrict .\I.Ix.\\DI.I MAI1UDEiLLrphi constantly on hand veeet- $ stock lit'
Jor the NorthernDirtrict I t 31.. tine Watches and Jcwtshy aDol .n .
Court of the Vnitediates otJt.er wtjm.baAliy
1axt. } i of thC I'. 8.. far the northern dietriu of Fla ,
... .. cf Florida uu.-i the Estate o! HuU II. ( kept by the trade,which Iae c.J'n to 1M
.. "w. v.H.u.1t"ll.t. .10.-._ lot__\L n.i : .1111't V-utR. I". h. DUtii.l .Attornev. 15 Cw .It reduceol .
: : Chari" of lAb City In theeonmy of Columbia la said ; --. ,-- prices.J.
)L. J.4ludhu; l..U VaillU di..t. who has been ajudgcd a Kankrupt on inn own;ui- '

a v4 iiLtv, the principals bang- GeneralaitLu propcrtv tionthat the bcloivitS payjnent to of ftt3i at,y Biintonpt debts and the to diHyery him.: <-1'foi of, any hn N"OTIOE : GROCE I. : I : ALSO .

anti attache of the Prussian Leition. .
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army an u., Ana the muster of any jpropcrty by'hirn arc forbid- ) -
recwciliation "oficctM aft'r one den by Uw;:and that amefUoic ct the creditor cf eaid Fla. A. & G. C. R. IL Co. :
0 bankrupt, to prove tlwir debts aud to chooac ccc or j : urzr8T4TOXERy
4'tctaa roun L .. more aeaignco of Us c &. will\fi held: at the court of j jbankrtrptrv Tnt anniiM :cl'linq of the Mocah'-lier of this Cv.rn : ,
.t rr3aJl HUlIt.\ office of L. I.Dewe-.iaforc T. W..'! tsq. relhI'I jtor j' I C"t'4 0s1r4TiHRT r-1 I .LVj_ V'.4RlETY Qf OTHE1 R.TICLZB.

< ui. a(,". ray 4.-At ChangLoi, liiiuoic, t- in bankrumof fur aid Ui fourtoen houses were blown down, two A. D. iw'at 10 o'clock a.m. i .qitan tCil."At fia old, lIfa4ll1.of C. D, Otek. Otcaa
day, .ALEXANDER (}t'm'R. \ I!.u. S-it-tar jA.. Tnn'iirer. .ttect.M; ftBnadiafc .
chiirchcs were unro-jf-'d. ur fr>on3 kill-?! and i IT 2t U.JJarahal tor wid bistrkLt i i.oUC ---,--- --- r 7.'a-.u.-

t;rty in j uro..l. i :, i FRUIT ,

\S'HINOTO,May..-Hot>L.-Tho itako-} I _, _, __ ____. _, ___ I I THE POST OFFICE I "V M. GKKOTHE
s. tJri'woM; Ulair. THE COTTON PLANT ,
earned Iour n:1l ITiomai, : In Bankruptcy No 37. : : -- .-
Woodward and Deck: a committee to invostigate i I I IIiIJtt' WATCH-MAKER
1 Imx jut rcci ire a foil and ccnn>li assortment of I ,
Washbnrne's ckarges against ]'onndl! and j :[ Court of: the Uhikd, [ States for thlitid Cit i la.-* ft.1L olCTj.consisting of .
I. t
Mr. Brook't charge that") l':rook<> made Dutler j jdisjorsa .lYarif1 ; NOTE. LEGAL CAP, .. caT TO AECnTTATIn.
sixty .bu .U.l dullars which I5utl r :XQrf/C'/ of .

had gen i in New
committee. -m
amc I Tiiwlstogive, notice,that eHtUclitlt tViv ol April, PENCILS ENVELOPES, : : Jacksonville Phi.TiI'EcI1Lru .
The question truin Uoyt.r *htlhtr gvld to vuxdtUtc i II,'>, a Trurrint of honkmpt was iintd out ol the PENS. PKN HOLDERS, -.J _.. __ ". ,
aud epoons wa answctx-d Ly the IJilltrie1Aur1 of the Uiuttti Slat' for the Xottheri. FLUID PORTFOLIOS &c. &c. the citizena.ot Jacu.oI
WKITJG ,
"jxaLcr r.ogatjvcly. and a j-roj-ofcition that the :: district ol H*Ua .ttbeeta1 of.W. C. Wimb rly, ; YEARUXO. .J ; JL\.vilfo aud vicinity,that' be baa retume&iaafaMt. .
\c1lw.lItl\ille, count of JUaMuia, in salt dUtrictho SCHOOL HOOKS, lliiis /pece< his )facnf b as ; ,
ramtttMC cst.nd th 4r vitiation over l ut- C3f OiJt-n olicitrd .
U
:: i ilcr' I e own titioa : air.0.
ha been adjidred a1lankrupton1 i Tit." bsl
which 1 ctltT to tlio puolic aO>cvr York pri-XF. I also Catalogues I J old behaPntorecei-nt&heJ i!
entire adminittrathtn tt New 'Jrltiinsvas ;.: that the-ipncait of any debts aiul the;tklivery of any | !New 1 crk D.uy and '. frzend to.Jtaro thra.
i Land,and tt-crivc dalljall '
his Uifp i-li trl *carefcfly
r.i cted. I.roj'crty'UlooxJiii'to i-och IhUiLrciit, U*hip, w fur well nil the )bguiut.i$ rep and garanteaJaj hope.
\Vt-t-UIy ll1itl$ ota iiopularthedny. that vita flis
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him forl'lilU experience as a
ars practical 'Watdusa&tr
the traijifer of anT by k
Mr. Can' moved the withuiav.-al l at t the teuth :: U"4 nnd. projierty creditor of aid f _,' tlHtl Cort"'e&l'lJintbW ad
lair and that a meeting of'tim co\URJ'Y .Euepa.wmoe
article untenable nndur the Honso '. I I n l-y ; Glt't me a calllU l cxaaiinc mv. ttock. lStf.ger.t ] 't > able
a< BauVrui't tx> -provfr their debt*,Jiad tu ( one orrnurehigofJd4e.t3te'Ill n. r.E.ED. ; toCW.lttuIhatissac1.iGo..to aU. *b* haw .pe&
iDgi of Saturday The br to be holdtu al Jack D\ilk', }'.., ia thc __ f '..J_:
motion and uding vote Its IJankruptcv ,. I .
privileged J* a on re- offlce of LF. l>eey,before T. \\'.Osboru, E.qRe I - -- -- 1 $: .) r --
reptkin the house adjourn jrtcr !lu r-aomrptcy for .*id I-i trlct on the oth day j jc -.

Bingham condudet to-morrow. Th Ltxonsiroction : Ma\., .\. U. iw,al luo'dockJt.M. jpEESHGARDEN

Committee cuEIMosscngcr.,1'llItn.. j i C. L. ROBINSON, I I

debt itatemcnt bhows that the debt bearing coin i JS TIlE BEST I t

intureet has increafcod IP.OOO.OO*), and" that --. -._ -1 I It !. : :SEEDS !

currency inltrest has increased f 2 l, .jOOOO. t ,I ,

The total debt las dctroaod $!,100,000. The i i In Bapkruptcy, No 32. LIGHT'VOODSTOVE j I I Corner of Bay & Ocean Streets, AT T.-'o1"s.. ---- .. "

debt lees fl 2S.t4.E, WflOEESALEJbrrfng : OR r4.n
caeh in the treason- has decreased t
.
lisywo.wo.Seualors I! If rid Cart of Uie .United States,for the I II TriK UNrncu.: ic; ; .'. pt ". .' -. .
htu Oil hand, un.1.il! tell at theLOWEST pMirouae 't.
r uu>cudcn, Jlcudereon und Grimes -orlJitrn Iiietrict of .Horidd- fully infu-ni the & ) : 1 line each prepared I'ri11'0 looking to acquittal I I is now complete-uU { i :1 .:. .
lu the tuatlcr cf Juucs E.Tuung, 1Jtu '. Xutli- I \\ti be sold at 1 ," :
em Pistnct of Florida.. 1. -} 1R WE 'co; ',-
Acquittal( L improbable, but b-.tters on cun- This U to Rive not. that on tUu litb day of Juay.16C9 I I POSSIBLE RATES, : Among which will he :: STER &

virtion arc holding off a warrant /f JJi.ukruptewS luucJ oulofth j jDUtrict IX T1IE OUTU. j, .
court of the foiled status for the Northern
Nothing bus transpired regarding the routine of Jon E. ( CANNED "
Diutrict of Florida, agiiurt .th estate lf7lolesaie :
,
__ fiNd B lall .
t'orrow after closea. Ho will cluec cf Columbia In '
liingham Yoanc of LaVe Citv, to the county | 11 tf C. L. KOBINSON. STOVES CUERPJES:

about two o'clock. raid dutrkt,wljudg<4 a bankrupt on In*own petition _,_ __ _.__ 9i : ,-- ; -- '. '; .
That the parntcnt vl any Ue*'U al the dvllrery of anyproivrtv u
This evening's Hxpi<. saya the fueling today Uiluaginj to aacli bankrupt to or lor hU u- ; I II Drl.1gg _

among the Eadicals, iti well as Democrats, I &l1d lUK.tranafc of linT property by bim.are forUldcn : Ii i WINDOWS A;l> DOOKS, WOODEN-WAKE ,
.that the rhaiica aro decidedly in far of the I by,law; and that a meeting of the creditors of mid t CRAM CUlml ';
aeqizittaL of the President bankrupt to prove their tlvbts. and to cLooM) one or I R.B.. I nOPE, KUliBEIt PACKING, OAKOf. 'I I .11141'; .
more Bj.eijurt.-g of his tate will be hiLl at the cuurt ot i F
The Evening Mar says the bean Lavu it ia banktnptefxtn W Mden JaekMnvUlc Fla to the of1,1 -

m impeachment tock market to-day. eta floe of Li JvJ>ew y.ixrfere T. W.Otborn,FA-1. \ LEATHEU: EInsc1; ES,. ; ..-. ." .' ..
Mil nla-I
ttti to for and tcr lu bankruptcy tax aald diotrict cm th UKALEH LN : : :. }
one acquittal, why nobody JbD.I**,at 10 o'o Iro.'m.I.EXlD'D'ER I .-. .. .; .
kawn. iztoxriit: I FURN'ITURE. BUCKWHEAT, : "

The nujwrity of the Reconstruction Commit 1:r-t -' .11.1J..1Ianb' for eai4 District.Meaacnger.. : ;-. '. NO.:4: .
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U*Itvor- Ui-J adinisidon oldie Arkanaaa dclega- : FAMILY GROCERIES I -0j TER ) ".' : -, :-. .:4 ,.
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uoo.On A1TW1s' BLOCK
J JOT,1 BAY-IT.
wsaplction uf tniptudiiueut proc i Assignees I ALMONDS, .-4-.., .
t.r-cbr, tLc l'cesidcA.rtr&namitkd the South 1 PKOVJ8IOKS, CBOGK R ; .(

Caroli mid Arkkasas "conitflutioufl to the E,<)F Ai'FOINTMT. I ; ;; >'ORY : : :: : -i ., TOAsOYyIZZZ 1.---- FfL

Rouse. They were rvferred to the Hoxmjlruc-I. J. L1)i.b-ia Court etA* 'V. S.forthc vrtlura Jif And Ship Stores ; i--- .'.r ; '. ._'' i', S
tie!!CotraisVAs1flhGTo+ ."' y; .lrid d.yltwid4. : PEACAN :NUTS ; : ;
In tUa uaucr*f.Ilctuty& 'In &bkruptry.To !STONE WAUE: : cade arrargsmcnU to be kept frtaUy rapptol
x, May 6.-JfottK-llu: House ,'bom U 1)1 CCDCm1:Tae undersigned i crtbyKtre WHITE PINE LUMBER, I froaa larzee:

Ium B bnsinew altar the Court retiree, on theeaI3iOfl *notice Of his arpolatmem* a,iji) of Henry ; : 1EED'W'.u xnorsi f'- '
of Hr JjtevwisiH :fnowden < Archer,vAlachua coaoty wad Slate of '
Cingham'fl speech. .
auke \ KlcniJa. *iU&i1I.4iatrIc2.who' Lu been ajjugod a SCULLS, OAI18 Kerosene Lard & Lubricating ; ire have the atoll pat up tof onr .own.trade,wiih otnrftddrWB
. & a personal cspLau&tian.IHngham B-mVrupt, upo. b>pwn petition by tb*' district court 4 on eeTplckage. We have mad ev Stem tba
M itill epeakioj in thvOBBrt. or I'IIidJUIttri; -- ,' AND 8WEEF& .
. .. :. .J.fC.-ltEELEY.1Uoitnool AJl.i In.t .f : : : .*, GARDEN SEED JEEOX

JKUM itWTOKK.Xc & *}uc.n"ill) K JIr t '-OXLS PA .

. ; .'__ .' .' __ ;- .1 6-u. j ;. ,.. Ea 1'1ot ad rit hra7S 'w.ei
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Yotk, 11'-.1u uiyvuut through aU kind of Garten,Fwld.end FlnTrrHrtfiijimlraHitrairrttril
a ttwd work to-day. The 2 _Cull and UCl" < : .. -irtrl1iritt.:Thnrrtirr:TT ivttci3tth .
near Jctiey City FOR SALE !, REAL ESTATE M ottt"lc ttd Stack f' *aucatiua and erden itHinierMtat to tanteg| o4Hfiarrtm
. SJaecr aad fireman wow dimmed.tlioustnd .' : BNS 0I ,and theitiniIs OeU1e. .
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) arrhoj L. r- r x- 3? -j
yostcrAWJ '
emigrants
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e I I ? .-j. i'J I |. Jo ir !. itrFaI

.jo -.4 : .. :. ",. BOUGHT & SOLD \ .,
l"a.oK It. LAMPS WITH THE PATENT '
DEEDS,..- ': t" I I I.tL' VOOd Paper* FUtDoicbTa ..
4 *}O*, May 5. Judge\VaUuu* "PC.Il --. : .. BY .: 1 000 ParpIo Top -_.

:r the Dtttrict Court this ,and delivered a 1 600 Red 4 II Y' ,
monmig BILLS. -WL" Sits : rner and Chimney, ., I : .
., cIze injtaining tbo oonatitatiooality the I ."' ": ., ro,. C. L. ROBINSON ... 600 8torriagi.Thzi 1i
,:, ; ,1 riht.e Lill. HeJidd that freedmen Were : .\FrLIGA1'IOl\8 1 Me, latest. and best thing out : ( 1 000 Lonar Blood and Sogwr Beet

atizcb not -irtd of ., ] Ca
'by % CongresHonal cnact- :.. Lt4. F 1.000'.I.&rgeE'Dg.Dr .
?tlt1t by Conetitutwnai, being born FOB.HOMESTEADS; 'MEAL ESTATE AGENT. '; -, for, cohomy. and. ",- .:600 -. .. :'EarijrYedr }.t-.
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oni ; : '500'Large' '" ". .; ,
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.light- : .
& l'l UI. O 6. AND LEGAL BLAXKiJ.r I Lands v- ;, > WO* DutciSagar -
.: -:. Tracts of ..t. 'I I .
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X I : 500 ._ Loaf
EWO1LL1as, May 5. Eig&eea JltRUUI .l\f'iJ.A.tV" ; CUF.tI(, i } .' ,' .. ., :; '' Lo Oruil"7 j., .
600
: Were P lono4 by .. hoUIe on : : J' 'or-: Ykj' : : ,. III' ,,
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: Branch #. ; .300 ( oh1ard, : c '
.r: Swe ut 1-.4. Jbey-'cTeed by t\ r 4oS J p STjiJt JrT. T ., ,, ,/'." ,' . '
I au V' ., .J EVEBY ..DESCKIPTION.fOll / ::LAMPS. '" aoO' BO .t.. ..it;'
BURI1FLUID
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1)J.ruor sKG1)OU.Z. LJDWW.LT. '. I WI S !.f tu* itEgMJ3fskoIti $. '. .
lilt : if .J.i1LL: .' _:. "is kink wfl < : i; .0 ;
nt..LDtt1.. !. 3Iti.C. -Ridg.! 'C", H fr-ti otUt'ri .-!, "i ;1 '4 :_ 1 s SALE .TIMES.s JL lock corner. of. iiX'. tha ..

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: aM 1M oftinty cl.IL to s t taameoeTva act esatlsfrau t*provide tot loir services asid out Of any moneyta.tM treuasy-t4 oerw1i$ *ppropetaled -
thovwttar eecurtry OP-the'Lltes Passengers on alltaSDe whew to defray the expenses oT carrying into full at-
board of Vessels propelled in whole or fln part by davit of such line offlcer or otherwise of their,inability fact In$11 Its, ?_ entitled "An act to vtoride
6team.'and for'-olbcr'1'nrpoee" approved August to make their monthly report or returns bjr reason of for the wart emclent trnmentef the rebel mates," To pvovlo for the f f
; That the al beli bfl thirtieth eighteen hundred and fifty-two.t their having been prisoners in the hands of the enemy gaicb1woela en&'tx7-eeYens' 4a.ttCLa
Resolved by the Senate and House of.ReprotentaUvci or any accident or casualty of war, they have been nna- with all Its supplementary act : ProvidedThafrtlw :" of
_ % % the president of the comnuudoh thai constituted of the United States cf America iivCftngrea*assembled, >lo ro account far,propertf In thdr poMCsslpu amount shall not exceed five hundred thousand dollars. point,WUtt convenient dhpatcbrioitha ent ria t gQTttmaent -
tuIk Erpz with a vote onsil qctio21a4b4ai5. That the filth division of the ninth section of an act entitled Approved,' MnrctTJD, i87.tco. Approved, March SO, 1SC7. porjKWO of fcnaaBY aAtwflJirto*ataailnafesf ragena military district, tbo turn,cf fifty thowd
_ "An act to amend an act entitled an act to prov Idc appoiatod oa behalf rfth-U8tt 4.$tates\ the Itta i ks the second xaOitanr ttitritjL tbo of
_ ?4D JLT TilE FIRST SESS2QX.CHAP. IlL That th6nninIlo1b1t mcCa Fans for tha bettor security of tho lives of passenger* on 23.1 Joint Resolution relative to the Issue of Agricultural [N"o.33.J A Resolution amthorize tie cou unuUnz territory,dominion, peseetl. dependeodea and sppurtenancc atm hundred and ten thouraid-ddliTfcT
as early as possible bdbro.ihe.opening of the ex board of vessels propelled in whole or in part by steam College Bern to the States lately in Rebel General of UBS Army to permit Tradersjo remain at which ar eodti aa.a hovv,and toe doing any tfe
X XIL Act tqt&bbh Peaco lubition the call of the cotnxnissionBr ad for other purposes," approved August thirtieth, in lion. certain military FosU.Rctohod other ou which may be nec ary W regard thereto. thintmiIit&ry district the smn 'of TiTntfj mm
_ upon the vear etgn&auumdrcdand flfty-two, is eo far aiuendcd Whereas U bethiI dyof AprU, eighteen hundred by the Senate and House of Representative But the cession,with the rJahfBT tzm&adiat*possessIon, thou4antl dofUnrtothB fymA fii -
___ 'urith ctaiL1. UO8tile IDdian 'iibce. general dfWhen prepedy orgnlnod shall thai tarpcetors may toHbe license therein provided *-Jl'eiily-elx'byUi6antaorlty. riii jUrecUon of the I of the United Bute* of America in Congress assembled, is nevertheless tobe deemed eompleto and a>soluta en trict the sum of one hundred sMy
U '*xmaio-and B6on ofoflho maks siich'rulsl ami regulations is y1ozoc. to, exempt a steamer horn the obligation to carry in aeafo President the United b'tates agricultural college That the commanding general of. the army shall be an the exchange of tatI&tllusithout waiting lot such dollow and
TTmtod Stat of .Mtioirith chest or apartment, composed of or lined with scrip, co-ceriugnearly two buadredsndseventy thousand' horizcd to penult a trading establishment to be maintained format ; for the fifth iltyict-
Eep&ttt America to elect ddivery
o Ty.6flElcJ pover a i metal compact packages of friction matches, securely acres, was issued and delivered to the State of Xorth after the first day of J uly,eighteen hundred and aui -. r.IniuKdiatdy gum lot UK hundtol sid *y fikWMgD; :: |
i ; -ttssomUod, That -tho Proeidont' .ot -rrtiderit from their own number whoi'intho i packed in strong, tight wooden,cheats or.boxes, the Carolina, under tao net of Congress of July ufth [second sixty seven, at any military post on the frontier, not in mnVfrig, in all, tho sum of six hundred tad ny-
the United 8Ute bo,jind ho hauthorit4b absence of the'ffommiutoner-gencral,'shall covers which shall bo firmly Jus toned on. by locks ),eighteen hundred and,sixty-two.- providing tor agicultural tim vicinity of any city or town, and situated at any afur Ifco hsshe'iaUtbf tared jlrorwuid dollars.EOT -- -.5
to comuit of ttato offl- prasidaataUmecSngjof commission and crews or other fiutlnglngs, ana which shall bo stows4 colleges; and whereas, bj uo same authority, point between the ouq.bimdredthniertdlan of longitude, this convention; any 'JbttincaOoua or mffltarr-T< U .
_ appoint I roaitnUrfomy In a safe part of the steamer designated iu their license ho general land office is now prrparrjg to issue ecnpn west from Greenwich,and Ute eastern boundary ef too which nay M is the cwlcd terrttwy HaU te isliraadto ..-
uri of tbdrny n6t"btitfTr thb tainlr of "brigvdicr I to appoint committees and chairmen, of groups. by the inspectors, and at a safe distance from auy fire. : Uko manner to the States of VirVuua. Georgia, and State of California, when, in-hit judgment, enc* establishment tho apait of tha United Sr&Us, sad any Kuaslan dsitmtiit, to wit '
gonaal xrho.. together with N G-.Tarlor, IV. That the commission may designate additional Appro-cd, Itarrh 22,1W7. Mississippi ; and whereas said action of tho President id needed for the accommodation of emigrants, troop which may be in the territory shall withdrawn
_ oni'Affr John B.He&d not exceeding in numb takes for granted that said Slates aro restored to their freighters, and other mixcni: Provided,' That after the M soon M may be reasonably and cnrertientlr rraeticablc. ; mjljjog hnz.
persons, twenty [No. II.] Joint Resolution fixing the Uato of Duty on proper constitutional relation,to the Union, and are to commissary department shall Lo prepared to supply .
cno1.chaiLf the Couunittea .of Indian being ctizen of the 11ItOd Slates, known Umbrellas,and on Wire Spiral Furniture Hi>rinz8.; X! recognized in all respect as entitled the rights oi stores to soldiers, a>required by law, no trader, PermittedtorcmawnteuchpostshaflsehlaaiygoOdskept iccidontal expense, seven Iraadnd aad-
_ 'ffrottenMo, 8. 8. Tappan, and ;John. to l skuledmiany branch of industry or art, lie U resolved by the Henate and Jiou of licprc vu- tho other Stoics of the IYnIon, 'which' questions Oon- by thousand
_ B. 8diT nj ihktt haro and to who authorized to attend the exhibition lathes of the United States of America in Congress osarmlitod. gross alone can rightfully determine: Therefore, the commissary department to any enlisted men :i And In conAfcratiou ot the ceastoa afcteesii. tbs gitq, fifty UoIlaray -
hereby
power authority are That froiB and after the passage of this joint Bo it resolved by the Senate and House of RoprcccutaUrca provided further,That each traders shall be under pro- Btakv agree to parsi the beamy iWMhInttOnS witti- lor the purchase of cavaby1 are arUUety
_ call togkhcr-the' chie& and headmen of Euch in behalf of thaJJnited States, u honorary nsolation,then shtJl be levied,collected and paid upon of the United (States of America In Congress assembled tortlon and military control a*camp followers. In tea months after the sittings ef the mtt&tkint of horses, four hundred dcBet.

band or JLribei of Indian M are now waging imtnJsuoneri wUfcosi compeasation.Y. OTtrsIUa. panaola,and sunshades, imported from forelra That tlie further issue or delivery of such Approved, March *0, 1S67.Xo. this eonveation to the dtpleioeitt representative o*other _
'
_ the United States do That Che countries,when made of ailk no lower rate of duty scrip to any of the States lately in rebellion against the agent of U.>&esty the Bapewt?*aU tho Btt iw. ssV''tk& .t
against committing eomotfBtoa employ a s cra- .
_ war or may than that BOW imposed upon piece and dress Bilks, United States, except the State of TenMawc, or the acceptance ( 31.3] A Resolution for tho 1'uretuue of Lauds adIdmni duly authorized to reoeira the sims tnat mihioa two three hundrul ansi fifty thousand Anflaii
pn>3atiorji'pon! the people thoreof, toascortsio tary and elnblas thE comsalon.' the necessary eataely sixty Mr centum ad valorem ; and ben made of such scrip or of any beretofere Issued by the Nary Yard at Brooklyn. hundred thouiaad dollM te tolAfTt cotton ot rbefrco ins v.In all, the sum of twelve mi&iofiOffico ofla

__ __ the alleged reason* for> their acts .of. hostility, tgjfflHffft afjhftttis ftod farmtffl1PKaHi and ofothermateiaIithaaefikth.dntyahau ba fifty tier the registers or- receivers of any of tbe>-Isad offices .1 Resolved bj the Senate and House of Representative ifloty es1a Soaitntc*beTISa-VISd1 hee7 Icc1sr4 to of the Chief of Kngmenr*'* .
asia in'their discretion under th direction of euiUHa rooms tot the commission centum ad mil em ; and that wire spiral furniture said States be, and the same U hereby, prohibited until of the United State America hi Congress assembled, and unencumbered tytfy tssertationa,privlleatg. -
I ; may enrage Borings, imported from foreign countries, manufactured they shall be fully restored to their rights a* stalt* by That the Secretary( the Navy bo authorized to com franchise, Krantt.w' poHaSsitOVb*any asaocian To supply 4ck fn th*office ofth fAfa*
the Pro&idd&t,to tn&ke and conclndg with saLt YT> Thtt: no cotmniisjottcr shall act u agent of iron wire, ahnll ba required to pay the eamointoof Congress.Approved. flute the purchase of the property adjoining the New ted companies,whether eoryente or feeerpotato Rusatan of Eniiena4miscUaoous

band orTKbefwdi treaty *tipnlationflubject tot the ahow or tale of any article at the cx- duty u now imposed on iron wire, namely, two cents March 20, 1867.so. York navy-yard, known as the Buggies property, with or any olh r, or by any parties,except merelj private items, two thonsantar.-
tothe>c thSenstcjutfly remora all hxbitioa or be interested directly or indirectly per pound, and fifteen per centum nd Mvlorem. out the previous assent of the Stale of new York : Pro IndivIdual property tolW7 asd ttm ettaao.hereby -
Approved, March 2j, ISO?. [[ 21.1 A Joint Resolution iu iclttioD to the educational rided, The title is otherwise approvul by the .'..ttorneyOcneral. mad. ecnveyiail the rl hU. ff acni e', and privl- Bunding comer ofF and StvejeteentJi ytoaets:
jort oaBsai dfjcesmlaint on their part, and at in any profit front any such article. Interest of the District of Columbia.Kcbolved logos now belonging to 1.luuti to ttw saW territory or T6 uply ktkkncy fa<.1fnaffT>mHfmof.

the Bamelime cstaUiihWurity for person and Soc. 2. And" be U further resolved, That iif- [No. 12.) A Kenoluliou to tcTiniiiatc n Contract ol a by the Senate and Uouso ef Jtsproscntativcs Approved, March 30, ISii;. dominion, and apgurtcaaacts tnereto. fireman, and miscellaneous itaou ag&t' tiw-

_ property alone the line of railroad now being ty thousand dollars,trfao much"thereof a* maybe Member of Congress with the Fut Office JX'partiucntof of the United States of America in Oonfrem assembled, aarruriytj.When sand d&11&rS. -;
the United titatcs of America. That the commissioners ot education directed to ascertain No. Joint Resolution the ot
M.I Scxrctary
( authorizing
Gonitnxctod to the Pacific and other throngh- necessary for the purposes severally specified, Whereas, it ia declared by an act of Congress, upiixned the number of children resident in the District the Xavy to admit to Examination MorrU Rlec Evan this conveution shall nsvra been and duly with ratified the ai.by JJiOlSLAHVE.;.
fares of trarl to the western Tcrritoriei and hereby appropriated out of in April twenty-first eighteen hundred and that of Columbia the of six and under the the President cf the Untttd SUtaa,by -
are any moneys eight, over age years fur Admission to the Xaval Academy in September rice and consent of the Sesatocn the t ) $, asal on Fyi incxeasoi compensation Cgo tatioaal
ach as wQl most likely insure crribzation forth the treasury not otherwise appropriated :- "Ko member of Congress shill directly or Indirectly. 04'c of eighteen years; the number of said children that nest other Ms Majwtythelas inpem of l1 tholla.- Printer Jono
himself or by any other per In trust for him, or U.r arc Mind, anti the number that are deaf and dumb; the ftc it resolved by the Stiiuto amid House of Representatives the rafincatlons by shall b ..nChanPdM'WILhIagOThwithin to thirty, dghiaea-ntmvad toy
and for UM vhite additional from New York to the *
Indians and'peaoe safety & For freights his use or benefit, or on his account, execute, hold, or number and character of pnblio sehool-hoawe,number of the United Stales of America In Congress assembled three months from UM date hereof or soooer,U sixtv- ight, oaq thousand ttoej .aanired and
Sec. 2. And be further enacted, That naidj Havre. enjoy In whole or In part, any contract or agreement.berezter of teachers! and the number of pupils iu attendance, That the Secretary of the Navy be, and bell fortyfourdl1ans and fortj-fotat eenU.

vmiioo are required to examin* and *elof For transportation and freight from Havre to to be made, or entered Into,with any ofllccr of number awl character of school libraries, character 01 hereby, authorized to examine fur admission to the Xa possible1- In foitli whereof, UM respective plenipotentiaries To supply a deficiencycontigenl
the InItCd States or to any benefit to ariie text-books used, averaged period per annum each pupil val Academy, in September next, Morris Rico Evans, this convention and thereto afflxel the expenses of
eel at1isioU country bating -enffident arc* Paris.- therefrom" and so forth: and wherca* the tuvsent con iii 4fitilit.! ntul coat nf tuition with incidental exnumuiflof in the tame manner though he had presented himself bare signed thir the House of Kepreeentativn for the cresent fl*.

to reo Te all the Indian nun now "ooccpying For return freight of articles owned by the tractor for route 2fo. 14732, from Lincoln, California to said schools, and report the eame to Congress at its iu June, as provided, by regulation. rain TDotie of Washington arm* the thirtieth day of March, in ca1ycarthefoffowingsnmenamel3-

territory cart of the Eocky moontaina, not now United States or font to the government by individuals. Stales Portland Senator, Oregon: Therefore, has recently, been elected Cuitcd relative next regular efficiency session of, together the system WllH-Jus.eaw In opinion force in of Laid the Approved, July 19, 1SG7.Xo. the rear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and For stationery, fifteen aoutaad dollaa ; Ito-

pe.oegfly ILtug J 'OP pcnoanmt merraUons i3c it rcoahed by the Senate aud HOUM; ol RcpixscoUUcs District, and n hcllier any additional legislation ia neccvsary ( S9.J Joint Resolution carry iuto Efllxl the MJV- sixty-aeven. WILLIAM U. SEWARD.It. vidod, That from and after the third day of

under treaty stipulations, to which the govern- For marine and fire insurance on the articles of the Unftcd States of Atui-rlca iu Conurcs, aiiicmblcd in order to secure the advantages ol said system to cral acts providing tot the more efficient Government ((U. 8)5.1) EJDOUAliD DE STOECKL. March eighteen hundredand, sttiy.eujLt, no

mont ha th right of oocupation orb which tans lent ) That the rofctrnastcr-Gcnvral K', and ho i all of said children. of the Rebel State*. senator or representatives shall
hereby, authorized to cancel the control U-twecu the Approved. March C?, 1W7.Xo. Ho it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives duly receive any
obtain tie of l'arit iu the And whereas the aid Treaty baa,been ratified
cmniueii For additional
t 3a& ( at
.43gh -
a < occupation steam-power the
United Status and the prcsvut, contractor fur the trans of the United Slate of America In Congress autciublcd and ratification of the newspapers except Congressional Qkoe, or
: andia which littrict or diatricts there "palace" and the "annex," or suppleincnta portation of the mail ou route Xo. 1Kb:!, between I Jri. [ iJ.l A Kesolution Iu Rekreni-e to the Collection That, for tho purpose of carrying into effect ou both were parts exchanged, the atVtablDstou respective on this twentieth stationery, or coHununicatioa therefor exceed

nhallbagtiffieienttUlabte orgrazing land to building and in grounds'adjacent. coin, California and 1'ortland, Oregon, annulling the and Payment of Moneys duo Colored Soldier", Sail..r- the abovc-ndmed acts, there IHJ appropriated out of any dar same of June by VUliam II. Reward. Secretary ef Btottof'tlra tug one-hundred and
same in the usual way, t<> take effect uu the thirtieth nut MaVines, or their llcir.f.Ke.ioveJ money In the treasury nut otbcrniKC arproi>ri.iled, the and CotuMellot Edweolilo tcflty4o1u ferany
United States tha.Prrty
said ,
enable the For exhibition of machines
tribpii; respectively, to support agricultural bv the aud Hounti of dolUrs. one: session of Congress.
day of (September, nnno Domini eighteen hundred and tjenato opreseutali\ mini of vnc million of His .
themselves by agricultural and pastoral pursuits. ted other and for ftp erection of buildings toillastraia iIxty- cvcn.) And it Is hereby made the duty of the of the United States America,in Congress assembled, Scievar.a CoLi the Stoeckl Emperor, the of all Envoy the BuaJa Extraordinary, C& the fan of ttclr Majesty n>- For furniture, repairs, and raddng-buxee- for

Said district or district, whoa so selected the education and agriculture of the Postinajjtcr-GvnenJ, after the passage of tlila resolution, That all checks and treasury certificates to be issued in Speaker of the House of Ucprvacututh vs.Ii. spcetlvo government. members, twenty thousand dollars.
to advertise for bids, for the performance ot lie( &ei\ice, the settlement of claims for pay, bounty, prizo-uioncy, F. WADP, -
and the selection "approved Congrtshiiboandremanpertnanenthomes.foreaici United State and for the collection of specimens Now, therefore. be it known that I, Ajomw JOBX-
For
for the residue of tha contract term, for at least sixty or other money: duo to colored soldiers- sailors, or marincs Frialds ut of the senate pro ttmpure.iuLlfuCsboi soy, Ire.ident of the United States of America, bare miscellaneous ittnu, fifteen thousand
of agricultural productions, under the joint days, In at least one newspaper published at the scat 01 I or their legal representatives now*residing or caused the said Treaty to bemad* public, 'o.tho cud dultats.
Indians to bo located thereon, and no pttson resolution for that purpose. government of the State of California;and one no*spa.. who may have resided, iu any Bute in which slavery existed I":. H-. ( that the same and story claim and article thereof may For folding docuuioits including
of said tribes per published in i'ortlaud, Oregon, and to contract wit m the year eighteen hundred and sixty, the claim July lPth, 1(307.( J JTlic be obiierved and falflUcd faith the materials,
notjnembers shall be For the of classifying with good by United
-
[ ever collecting
s 1 par.miitod wewsary expense returned fifty thousand dollan.
the lowest iwponsiblc Udder: lroidid,That the Tost for which has been or may hi prosecuted by on agent or I'rtJdeut of the United States lu\Ing States and the citizens thereof
to enter thereon without th* permission l&hft ?gg,--and packing mineralogical master-General, in aceordance with the us.oe of the I attorney, shall bo made ]payable to the comnn-bioner of to tie IJouso of Representative, in which it originated, In witness whereof,I have hereunto set hand and For newspapers, twelve thousand five hua.
of tho tribes interested, except officers and employer and metallurgical specimen, to campleto the Department, rhall have the ]>uner to eject ally l hid tin frccdmcuVi bureau, who shall pay the Bail agout or the resolution eutiUeJ "Joint resolution to carry into cfftct caused tic teal of the United States to Ve my affixed. dred dollars.
of the United States That mineral wealth of the United which he may deem cxhorbitani.Aprrovcd attorney hu lawful fees and expenses and i-hall bold tim several acts providing for the more efficient government Done at the cf this twentieth -
: Provided- exhibition of the city Washington, day
Morc-h'J'i'(;, Is7. the balance subject to the order of thu cl&unanl on sat- of the rebel States1 with Ids objections thereto To'supply a deficiency in tho contiagnat expenses
of June in the of Lord
the district cr Districts Ehall bo so located as States. Ufactoiy Jduitilicatlou ; but no money shall bo paid to the House of Representatives proceeded, m puntnan year our one thousand of the Senate for the present'fiscal
hundred and and the Independence vsar
I 11. --I I eight sixty-seven, cf ,
not to interfere with travd'on highitays loca- For the of laborers and extra l);o. 13.; ) Joint lU'coluliua jnovi.liiir foi tin I liiii.i.itlouiutu ) ( any person Cxlt] the citinsant or his or her legal re- -o of the Couctitutlen, to reconsider the uanse: and of the United* States the ninetyfirst. nanulrr: -
_ nccIarY1puubu the United h-tatos uf ert.&iiiV.. ii. ->I( .\it L'rc.'tiitatieit deceased; nor shall any power cf attorncy j llesolveJ That the joint resolution do j ja.s,tTOtldnlel
ted tho United States with AIREW
JOII5SNli1
by authority-of nor service in the offices at Paris and Now Turk Duty ircc, and for other I'urjioses.13c transfer, or asdgnmcnt of tho amount of rail j the HOUM' <>f Pt-preicntcttiu-s: ngrccnuf to pasi th s hit I"rcsidcntVTirLnsi For clerk tu the committees, and passage,

the if tf4lworthern, Pacific Railroad, the and for the expenses of a secretary, clerks, wienntic it resolved l>y the Stnate uud Iluu.-e ol Jlciut.tativesoi ..-' u- hiiiis, or any part thereof, be recognized or allowed by sune..lttct. II. SEVACP, faucreUry State. horses, and carryall, thirty-tarar tkrassjid
$ Uniau .JP| % PaTr"sflt the.Union Pacific Railroad a'uastanU and draughtsmen rooms, and the United States ol Aiueiic.i iu Consr s ;IH- tho commissioner, or !by any officer or agent acting uu-. Lnt a. eight hundred and four dollars. -
eiuMeJ, That from and after the uf this join tier him ; and It shall le tie duty of the >-aid comniiaioncr. -1 Clerk It. It. U- !tS.I .
Eastern Division the route of passage
_ propoeod other incidentaVexponses of the commissiou.Soc. resolution, a.iiyohject of ait imported Ly any imltM.lual the ouictrs and agents of the freedmtn's but'-au, PLLL1C ACTS OF THE IXmTlEIU..COXOKESS. For additional messengers and laborers, fif.
the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad by the way 3. And be it farther resolved, That it or association of individuals for presentation ZLa gilt, I to facilitate as far a> poasible the fliscovery. i-Untilica- > HIE tL.NArfc ask tilt; USITtlJ iJI I teen thousand dollan.

of Albuquerque.. hall be tho duty of the general ag ut at New to the United states government, or lo any i tatc, eounr tin i anti payinc-nt (>I f the claimauU.HJC. July 19, \M1.llic An act granting a certain right of-tlm HodsonEiTr For labor and materials in the fcldruf-room
,
or municipal government, shall be admitted frte uf 2. And be It further resolved. That the eouimisioner tiulu ha\ing proceeded, iu pursuauv.u of the West Shore "Railroad Canmany.Lo .
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. That the York, an-1 of the commissionor-goneral at Paris, uty, under such rules and regulations as the N.ri<.- following sums of money arc hereby appropriated to transmit to (/ongrtts, through, the Vepart- of the Treasury may prescribe.Boc.2. for the uafo ustody and litnful: disbursement of the Constitutkiu, to rccanalder the resolution entitled -Jouit it cnactod by the Senate and,.House of uoiian.
And be it further resoheJ, That thu txiretay uaia hereby entrusted to liu.1. In settling with the at- resolution to carry into effixt the several actprevidIu"for Ltoprcsoatativcs.of the United Stat s. of American To l
out;:of anyjaones in the treasury,to wit: To mont cf State, a detailed Ktatemcnt of then aan- ajjint of the claimant strict compliance with Ithe I the more efficient government of the rebel States, ( >c ccntinaciL)
of the Treasury be, and he it, authori/ud to orncy or
hereby assembled Thai the of the
carry out lie provisions of,tbe preceding sec r in which'the expenditures herein autho i z- refund the duties paid on any ttcaia agricultural machinery fcuulc of fi'Cs prescribed by tha secuud section cf a returned to the Ilotuc of Representatives by the l'rc.d- Congress consent -- -- -_ -,--=
tions of this act one hundred and fifty thoaitand ed are undo by them respectively. imported into the United tales during the cur joint resolution approved Juno twenty-six, eighteen i dent of the United States, with Ida objections, and sent United States hereby' given to the Hudson -
filcal hundred and sixty-sis, entitled "Joint resolution amendatory by the House of Kcpresentatlvr to the Senate, with River West Shore Railroad to locate
rent as models or for experimental Company ,
do lars; to enable the Secretary of the' Interior Approved, March 12, 18675To. year purpose col- the mcage of the President returning the resolution :
resolution bounties to
and to rumlt the Unties steam uf like of a joint respecting
ou machinery its Shore
and railroad th-
any construct on NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
to subsist"such friendly Indians as may haVe description tvhlch may be imported for such purpose med soldiers and the pensions,bounties, and allowances i Resolved That the resolution do pass, tno thirds of operate .

eej aratod or may hereafter separate themselves 2." A Itosolution extouding the Time fur prior to the thirtieth cf June, eighteen hundred and to their heirs approved June fifteen, eighteen hundred the 5enate ajref my to pa. the tame..lttect tines, across the property telonginfj to the xovetnmcntat In the I>iXri<:t (fourt of the. f. S,for the Ywtt [ J.V.. FiRNtY.5ecrctar. '
from the hostile bands or tribes and teok i thoprotection'of ixty-cight: Provided,That this sectiou hal! apply only and bixty-blx, \;Ul in every case be required an 1 eu { West Point, in tho State'of New Intl tf Florid'. -
the Completion'of1'of&the Improvements of the to steam ploughs.Soc. :uRitl ; and U any attoruey or agent ehall, iu addition \. York auch location and under such regulaiotis 'In the matter of Joseph PriceIa Bankruptcy.To .
the United: ; States, three thousand Fox and Wisconsin. Rivers.Besolvod o. And te it further rjIvtti7 That the Sciri-Ury t<> notarial tecs and espouses of collecting snub claim, > (Pj I J. \V. 'f< DOSALO, upon whom it may concern .--The oodenifasd hereby
e doUrsvtoe. of the Treasury ia hereby .lutbumud and required to demand repayment for money loaned or advanced to > Chief Clerk. ax shall Lo approved by tho Secretary of rives notice of hi* appointment as ..ijneo; by the Senate and House ol Ecpru- liacouUnno the employment of any ofllccr vr ]xnou any claimant, he shall be required to make oath to the t War. Price*f Columbia ceauty,and 8Uteo< XVxUawtthia
t 4. And bo it further enacted, That tre sentatives of the United States of America in employed under the nets for the eollectiou of direct dttr anti amount of such loan or advance or payment [No. 10.1) Juiul Ituaoluiion autlmi-uiiii; Exteuaious of Approved Uuconibu 14, 186. said District who has been adjudged s'issksuptucu
iV bo famish trant- ol the feeH and shall Le withheld; and n lea the Mail Steamship Service between the Vnited bit Vie District eoirrtif
&crctary.ef & required to assembled Thai the time provided for axes in Insurrectionary districts within the Vnited expenses | for own petition, by asd41JCUB
4 Congress and China and An act to provide changing of named of
states
and to tre States, wbanover in his judgment their service is no the claimant tball hate been properly idenUHsl, and his Japan. persons ) ELKYessi!
4' portatcntaiibsitence, protection the completion of the improvement of the Fox longer iieodod, and Lo is hereby authorized to devolve account la ready fur etttlotneut, the balance due shall be ; Bo it resolved by the Senate and House of Keprc2>entaiUes in the District of Colonbia,. Jacksonville, April 1. ,l58. J73w;
r commissioners heroin named daring tho discharge laid In fundj. and in checks drafts.fee. of the United States of America in Congress assembled -
and Wisconsin rivers, and a canal connecting upon any officer or efliccrs of internal meuue Iu taid current not or lx it enacted by the the Senate-and Uouso
duties. 6. And bo it further resolved, That all That the Postmaster-General be, and he is
oflhch districts portion of the duties imposed by baid acts, money -
the same,- BPW.IPU uuvu u* an act wAru *uopproved any mailsteamsldp of Representatives of tha- United -States of
uj Who shall jicrform such duties Tritho-it nd'litlvii.il cum hell or disbursed under the provisions of this resolution hereby authorized to extend and improve tho Assiglie43s
Sec. 5. And 'be it further cnactod, That if August eighth, eighteen hundred and iCDsation. shall be held and disbursed under the same rule and service to Japan and China, authorized by America in Congress assttnoladj That- Bamoel

4 taidocXBini&sioners fail to tecure the 'consent of forty.e1x, entitled "An act to grant a certain Approved, March W, ISO;. regulations governing other disbursing cfficer< of the act; of February seventeenth, eighteen mall hundred connection and with eixtyGve Chase :Barney, jr., of th* -District of. Columbia, :1yxICE 01? POiT Z

I the tndia&s to remove to the resorrationi and quantity of land to aid in the improvement of No. 14.1 A resolution to male \ahj the 1ti vl X<>vMoxioo army.Approved, March 2?, lsJ7.Xo. such other, by seaports establishing is China regular and Japan as will. In hb be, and ho i* herebyv authorized to change hIs In Uu.Dislrv Court of Vu. U. S-f r tti AMAcni K

fail to socnro peace then the Secretary of 'War, the Fox and Wisconsin rovers, and t& connect ( passed at the btssion of the Legislature a held Judgment promote the usefulness and efficiency of the name to Samuel Cha&alTe KrafB,'and that this Met of FbrUa. -

undo*the direction of tho President, is hereby thosame by a canal in the Territory of Wisconsin ct Bauta To,from tlie third day of December, eighteen [ 26.1] A KcjolulUm rch\tive lo tbu l'symeut uf x- mad service established by sail act : I'nnided, That act shall tako el&ct'from Dcceniia frt eighteen T In,whom the matter It oft). P. Lutber.. In nkrun4ey.
auihonacd. to" accept the services cf mounted be and the tame hereby is, extended forth hundred and siitv-six, to thirij-firit Jnyof January, iicusci incurred by the Judges of Election for the Cit- ; such extensions and improvements of the service are hundred and sene concern .me.iier.igns sseb
hundred awl ion of Washington and Georgetown, District of Columbia. > made without additional expense to the lovcmnicntAppro sixty-seven fives notice-of nil -appointment as aalgaee ot (U.P.
voiuntocrs from thu Governors of the several term of fire fren'and rafter the approval eighteen sixty-seven. Luther, of Colombia, and State ofTWda.
i.i year Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives f \cd, July: 1567. Sec. 2. And be farther enacted, -That any county etih-
::4 States and Territories, in organised companies of this resolution, with all the rights And of the Unltea Btates of America in Congress aseiubIu4, Resolved by the (Senate and House of Rcprcueutatht j I person being a resident of the District of Columbia in said hiadictrict.ditrict, who has been adjadxrd Bankrtnt.m>
of tlie Unitcx! States America in Congress aucml-lcd, l? o. U.) A Hoolutiun didariui; bviufath} with the on own petition, by.tncdlctnd rcjurt ef aaU
and battalions, not exceeding four thousand privileges conferred by said act. That the laws jwtsced In the K-trislativc usKcnibly of the being desirous to haro his or' her name .
That the of the cities of and bulleriug jieoplc of Crete.
Washington
Territory of ISew Mexico, nt its last sesoion, which i.e. corporations
men in number, and for euch term of Ecrrice u Approved, March 12, 1867.so. pan ou the third day of December, eighteen hundred licoigi-town, District of Columbia, be, and the same are ItccoU by the Scnat and house of KcprcseuuitiTol changed, may file a ,petition in the supreme J C GREELXT, aMlca e-

in judgmenVtnay be necessary for the suppression end elxty-fiix, and ending on the thirty-lust day of<)unuary hereby, rojuired to pay, or cause to bo paid, all nerts a- the United States of America in Congress assembled. court of the said District oi Columbia- setting Jskuavil1e, April 13. 1SG8. ITJw
hundred and ex'i'Ciides, includinz printing, clerk hire, room rent, That the people of the United Stales feel a ttrong sympathy -
and ry
of Indian ho&tilcs. eighteen dxty-Mr\, signed by
Thanks therein
rUjlution thu forth the therefor and also the
pnfcntui reasons
$ [ 3J W.1'. M. Aimy, acting secretary and acting governor of fctatioiiery. n per olcm compensation to i-aJi of the with tho people of Crete, constituting a part of ,
; Soc. 6. And be it further enacted, That all of O-iigrees to George Feabody.R said Territory of New ili'iioo, bliall have the fcumr forte Judges ot el'H-tion in the respective cities, unpointed under the ( reek family to which civilization owes so much ; namo dt&ircd to bcanma1noticoof t the filing -AssigneesNOTICE

volunteers so accepted shall bo placed upon the alved by the Senate and House of Representative and effixt: as though the same had bcvii approved and the act of Congress eutit'.cd' "An act to punish ill'-- | that they are pained by the report of the present sufferings of such .petition containing the substance OFAPPOUmiEJiT.

. 1 homo footing, in respect to pay, clolLing, subbiitcncc of the United States of America in tutors limned revision by the governor awl approval duly of appointed Uongrc&p., bul'joct ttlio gal purposes voting" approivd iu the District Februf.ry c f Columbia fifth, eighteen, and for hundred other | hope of that thU this interesting declaration people, which; and they they fuel unite it their in duty the and prayer thereof shall::bapubiiihod :far three lit Hit DiStrict Court of He V-S for"* rflten*Du;

: and cquiptucut, as tUo troop of thu Congress assembled, That the thanks' Con- Approved, March 2b, 1S67.'Ko. and Mxty-Mvcn, of live dollars per day for ctry day to make, will be favorably considered by the government coosccutived weeks in some newspaper in general md 0yjJy..,- -
regular urcs be, and.ihey; hereby are, presented to they fchall bu actually employed In the discharge of their of Turkey in determining It* policy to t aria Crete. circulation published in said District, prior Iu the smatter of W.U. JeraJ2aa. IsBaakiyvtejlTo
r army. Sec_ 2. And be it further That it shall be the whom it -Tbe.
duties, anti the certilicale of the judges of election of .resolved. mar concern: ntdtrMcscd bereby
Resolution conceiiiinthe Uuiforui
1.1] A of i't-r-
That said George Peabody/bf Massachusetts, for his great ( of- the President of the United Stales commnni- to tint hearing of said petition.' Tho- said supreme notice of luii 'a
Sec. 7. Andlio.it/urtJiurcnactud, pong in the Diplomatic Service of tho United SUitca. cither city, or a majority thereof, of the correctness of duty to ravea appointment anlipne.rf V. H.ef .
commissioners report their doings under this act and peculiar beneficence in giving a large sum Resolved by the Senate and House ot Representatives any account ancint put of the action of said Judge'. > cato this resolution to the government of Turkey..pprevct1Ju1y court, or the justice holding the civil term Jetnigan, Colombia eonty, :and'es of

i the President of tho United States including of money, Bnf>nn'g to two million dollars, for of the United States of America In Congress assembled, shall be deemed buflicicnt to constitute the same u. legal 1567. thereof, on proof of such notice, and upon such ttlau said dlatrkt.wbe baa been iJn4eda.skiupt,.
to debt against the city to which the judges so ccrtifj jug upon his own petition,by the district court of sail drtrict.
the promotion education in the more destitute That all person in the diplomatic service of the United showing as be deemed- asthfctory -
and all well may may -
I r any each treaties correspondence us States are prohibited from wearing any uniform or official shall belong. And it shall be lawful for any of the said i -
as evidence by them taken. portions of the southern" and southwestern States eotumc not previously autbwzed b'y Cungics. judges of election to administer oaths in all cases relating 1 change the name of such applicant according to r .lpril 13, 18. IT JwXOIICE

Approved, July O, 1867. the benefits orwbich, according to his direction Approved, March 27, 1807.No. to the duties assigned: them by law, and any prison | TREATIES.Treaty the prayer of such petition.
j are to be distributed among the entire popula wilfully making a false statement under oath, KCoix Approved December 20,1887. Assignees
ol anaL judges, MIOII De ueemcu ol '
16.1 A Resolution declaring tliu Meaning ol the any euiity pcrj'"Tand >
tiers without any distinction, except wnat may second section of the Act of the no-oiid uf March ou n\lotion thereof aliall be subject to impri >ti- cuucctiiiu the CVioii of the UuioiaJi Posses- OP APPODmiEKT.In
CHAP, XXXIIL-An Act to carry into Effect be found in needs or opportunities of useful eighteen hundred and sixty-one, relative to Property went for the term of not less than one nor more than alone In North America by his Majesty the Emperor An act to prevent frauds in the collection of the t\ .
District Chart
of all the Kniaia to the United States of America : if the V. a f tt.Nerfess -
Venezuela
of '
the Convention with the Republic ness. lost in the military Service. fieycar.S ; tax on distilled spirit -- Met
of florida..e
n.li.. And be it further That the oft i Concluded March a 1861 Ratified by the United
resolved
.: for the Adjustment of Claims of Citizens Sec. 2. And be it further resolved, That it of Resolved the United by States the Senate of America and House in Congress of Representative assembled, the
4 of the United States on the Government shall be the duty of the President to cause a That section two ef the act of Congress entitled "An three commlaeioneis of election in each voting by the United States June '\, 1667.BT of tbe United States of America gives To notice whom it of may his concern:-Toe nndonigaed herefr

of that Bepublic. gold medal to be struck, with suitable devices act to provide for the payment of expenses incurred by precinct in said cities of Washington and Geurgvtowu, Congress'amaaWed,:That from, and after J.Watkhis. of 1'oOc appointment county and State as ue of TtarUU.. ef vttIn Vm.-
who shall hold their offices for two and "util their Tar fBESIltENTOr THF CMTKO iTATfJOl sin RICA
; Belt enacted by the Senate and House of 8e- end inscriptions, which, together with a copy the Territrries of Indian of Washington hostilities therein and Oregon in the in thu eighteen suppression successors me appointed and qualified years, whose duty It IA thop&ssagooftbis act no di tille4 spirits shall be said district, who has been a4Ju4e4} a Bankrupt,upon -

presentatives of the United State America in erf this resolution,shall be presented to Mr. Peabody hundred and fifty-lh and eighteen hundred years and fchall bo to take charge of the ballot-boxee at the polls at I'EOCLAMATIOX. withdrawn or removed from any warshouso for trlct.hi.own' petition, by the- 'district- -coon. of seM

.i : Congress assembled, That, for tho purpose of in the name cf tho people of the1 United Ofty-ax," approved the second of March, eighteen hun each election, to receive and deposit in said boxes the the purpose of transportation 'redistillation! J C GKKELEY- i -tinee.
ballot of voters in their \Vlieieas between the United States uf America
legalized a treaty
precincts,
shall be construed that whenever respective
dred end BO
carrying into effect the convention with the Bo States. claimant sixty-one for lost property sliall comply with all the to count the votes after the polls arc closed, and declare and hii Majesty the Emperor of all the Kuselas wu rectification, change of package, exportation, or JiM cooville, Apnl 13, 1308.- 11 ITT

public .of. Venezuela, for the adjustment of Sec. 3. And bo it furthwr resolved, That a any terms and conditions of the act of the tiiinl of larch, the result, and make leturus thereof now pruidud by concluded and signed by their reflective plcnipolcntiarie for any other purpose whatever, until the full

claim'of citizens of the United Statea on the sufiicient sum of inonoy to carry this resolution eighteen hundred and forty-nine, ou the subject of ]>ro- law And the snld commissioners of election shall ic- at the city of Washington, on the thirtieth day ol tax on such spirits shall have been duly paid to
1 lost in the mithtary service, he, ate, or they shall c-('ivc the votes of all persons whoso names ate on the March, List, which treaty, bung in the English and sgit
Government of that Republic, signed at Caracas into uflect is hereby appropriated out of any peTty the collector tho district. And all acta
bo paid tire amount of the judiriuenU in hix. her, or thtirkvor lit cf voters Iu s-iid precinct, prepared by the ludgi* of Fit uch luuguagcH, b, word Or woid, ao follows ; proper
1 03 the twenty-fifth day of April, eighteen hun moncv in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. < ,entered by die third auditor aud certified by him election aforesaid, and none others; they ehall hare Tho United States uf America and Hit the and partsof acts'" inconsistent with the provisions NOTICE OF APPODJTJIENT.In .

dred and sixty-six, the Commissioner to be appointed as required by the htat-uauiel net, out of any niuix-y in power to minister oaths, and to examine persons offering Emperor of alt the Kiuaia, being desirous M.ijvaty of etan tbcnliig of this act be, and they arc hereby repeal Ute Diftri Court of the V. /orCUJWCtem Vu
to vote and other witoCascs the of
of the United States March 1C 18C7.No. the treasury not olherriiw appropriated. as to identity ed. triet .tfFlerW
by the President Approved, March voters, and bball receive from their respective cities the if possible, the good* understanding which exists
by and with the advice nM consent of the Approved 2V18G7.Xo. sam compc-neotlon for their.er ices as Is now paid to between them, have, for Uiat purpose, appointed as Approved January 11, 1868. In, the matter of Joseph V&iff. laBaaknmtcj

f (; Senate;shall be allowed a compensation in tall [ L] A Uesolutiou for the }leliMF of Freedmen [ 17.1) Joint Resolution to furnish Tnut poi tatiou uiSrovbaons the euumiltaiouera of election in said vibe; and any their State,Plenlpot William nllarlc4 II. Reward: llic, itecrctary President of State of the: and United his elves To whom notice of it may hi* appointment concern:-The as mden ass ne4 e I hereby
iK-rrtou falsely lclati\e to the shall be
swearing
r, for lila services of three tlKHHtmi dollars] and Destitute Colored People in the -District it resolved by to the the donate Destitute and in House the HouthBe of Kci>retcntativee deemed guilty of perjury, and shall, on tame conviction ?.biestftheEmpcror of aH the Uusdas, the Privy Au act to provide for the exemption of cotton Vlgllir. of Hilkboro county, and State of mm,wKtte ,-

j 1 ten dollars a day in'commutation of travelling of Columbia. of the United States of America In Congress as thereof, be subject to ImprinonuMnt for the term of not Councillor 1(!dwnL flA Rhv
expense for the time actually and necessarily Resolved by the Senate and Houso of Representatives sembled. That the Secretary of the Navy, upon tbu application less than one nor mote than five yean. All acts and and And Minister the .llenlpotcutUrles Plenipotentiary; ) to the,United having States..exchanged it enacted by -the Senate and House of hu own petition,by the district C ORtZYsuee.Jackson'tflIe court of asdd duttci.J .'

in from the of his residence of tha United States of America in of the contributors or of any person ou their parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby rei>e.ilod. of the United States of America '
; occupied going place behalf be and he is authorized and directed to Approved, March 2U, 1W7.Xo. their full j ... to Caracas, and returning to hij home, after the Congress ftenfTnb]' *, That fifty thousand dollars charter, a ,vessel to convey hereby j
3 termination ht duties. bo, and the samo is hereby, appropriated, out of people from iUl'Jmore' Maryland,to Wilmington, North [ 7.J] A Resolution relation to the Execution of it TIC LI: i.HU in the United States after the year eighteen Assignees

4 Sec. 2. And Too it furthcrr.uactedTbatif the any money in tho'treasury not otherwise appropriated Carolina, Jor gratuitous dutrlbution among tbe. icMi-! Surveys of Rivers ordered by Congress. Miijenty the Emperor of all the Kuenias agreed to hundred and sixty-seven shall be exempt from
destitute tote of the South, under the direction of the cimtnlutors Refcolvcd by the Senate and house ef Representatives cede to the bulled States, by this convention, immediately NOTICE OF ATPOINTMEXT.In .
JHnistorficeident the relief of frecdnwn or internal
% President shall elect to appoint the for and such regulations as may, l-y llw Pivrctauy Of of.the United, States of America In Congress aascinblt-d. the exdianzc of the ratifications thereof all tax; and cotton imported from foreign
h of the United States in Venezuela to colored poole lathe District of Columbia, the the Navy, be prescribed. That the chief of engineers may, with the approv.il of the territory upon ansi dominion now 1o.seed by his -aid, countries on and after-November first, eighteen the liiitrict bert i-f lAe V. &,/orJU' -JTorttsntiriet Via-

perform the duties of Commissioner under the same to btfExpended under the duoction. of the Approved, March 'J-.t, 1W7.Xo. the Secretary of War, employ such civil engineers not Majesty ou the continent of America and Iu the adjacent hundred and sixty-eight, shall bs exempt from In the of Florida. -
number for the matter of Fronds Smiths IB :
exixfilinjjlhcln rurpose of ex and bWlis, the same being contained within the
bureau of freedmen refugees.
convention aforesaid, such Minister shall receive commissioner of the [ 18/1 Joint Keftolutiuii in liclerciicv to the I'.ij- the surveys and Iniproveiuent ot wi-stcm and nortlifsteru limits herein set forth to wit : The eastern geographical duty. To whom it may concern :-Tfc.-nm2trgned .

'I a compensation for his services of fifty per cen nuut of the Salaries of Members of CoiiKrvuM. i ivcw, ordered by Congress, as may be ucccsaarj limit U the hue of demarcation between the .Russian Approved February 3, 1868. gives notice of his appointment-teassiffn g ofrsw
Lam of the sum hereinbefore mentioned pursuant Approved, March 1C, 1867. lie: it resolved by the IJcnatc and UOUKC of Ucpreseu to the proper and diligent prosecution of the same, ant the British possessions in North America, aj established Smith, of Brevard countj sad State of FIcirrfa7i
Satires of the United State of America in Conirrc.- u'- and the persons so employed may be allowed a reasonable bv the convention between Russia and Great Britain said district, who has been adjudged aTnkrwpt,
T to the provisions of the ninth section ofT authorize the rttundingupMwrctandio semblcd, That each senator, member ci tb: JlousuoRepreaentodws. compensation for their services, not to cx buspend farther reduction of the cur his own petition, by tat district court*f satt'iJcoBoxrv distrt.
th act of eighteen hundred kXo 51 Joint Resolution and in after sum of threo thousand dollars nnnum.Approuvl usignee-
August eighteenth ti exacted delegate Congress, buying l'r Ill and IV of said convention, in the following terms : rency. )
E 4 ana fifty-six, "To regulate the diplomatic and of ducriminatiag P f taken and subscribed the required oath, shall bo cut itird March 29, ISO?. Commencing from the southernmost point of the Bu it enacted by the Senate and Housa of Keirosenatatives Jarksuayile, April li, 1S68. 17 Sw

Z! consular systems of the United States." B.it resstr t WThSlSfl55d-of Bsprcaen- to receive his compensation at the end of each mouth leaned mncoor wsacs island, which point lies of tho United States of American
the rale established law and amount rfutli [No. 2H.J A Resolution for the lielicl of the lk.tiUttu
at now by an in the parallel of 51 decrees 40 minutes north latitude
I Sec. 3. And be it farther enacted, That th* taiii tib *m: uqugress be.*nd as.t1iene beLa dent to pay their compensation and mileage to the fin in the Southern and Southwestern States.Kesolved anti between the 131st ant the 133d degree of west longitude Congress assembled, Thai from'and after the -AssigneesNOTICE

President be, and hereby is, authorised to make refun4 tlldutIU wblcba day of July next is hereby appropriated nut of any by the Senate and House of Reproaentatircs (meridian of Greenwich,) the said line shall ascend ussago of this actj .the authority of tha Secretary OF APPOINTMENT.
1 of money in the treasury not other"ic aii'rl't] f iatcd. of the Unite Slate America in Congress aiacniVilcd.Th.it to the north along the channel called I'ortland
such provision for the contingent expenses %. the.flM 'i otJauarr, one of the treasury to taako redaction of
hundred'and aixtv-uve, on Davaliauvessels Approved, March 3D, 1SG7.Xo. the Secretary of War be and hereby U empowered channel, as far as the point of the continent where it any 1* ttt Diilrict Court of the U. A,for Iks ybrMtnt Dts-
14 the Commission under tt convention, including tboosaad and eight their beyond the otaautit which and directed to issue supplies of food sufficient to prcv itriko'i the With dt grec of north latitude ; from this last- the currency, by retiring or canc4ling'united frieS of florid .

1; th moiety of the United States for the compcnsationof I Would hart teen irabl cargoca ou vcwel! of the Cmlo-JSlaU-a [ I'-.J Joint Kcsolutioil to amend 1111 Att entitled! nl starvation and extreme want to any anti all closes mentioned point, time line of demarcation alien follow States notes, shall be,*and is hereby, suspended; In the matter of Joseph Kemiogton.. dHankraptc.
the umpire, and of the secretary i4thrtrcargoa. %n act lo pros idu incicascd Kinemie frvm iini>orl'd ot iWitutc. helpless persons of the people iu those the summit of the mountains situated parallel lo thu jut nothing Lorcin contained shall ;.prevent the To whom it may concern:-Tbe nnlenignwl bereb7
J southern and south States where of the
woutviu failure
Wool, and lor other J'urpus'a a far the of intersection gives notice of his of Jossa
22 1W7.fJTo. con>l a* 110 point of the Hist dc- appointment aaaignw
I who ray be bosen'b the CommissIoners, iur.f Approvedtorch De it resolved by the Senate and llou u ofativcs 1-cpiebtIi- crops and other causes have occasioned wide-spread dejtuutioii give of west longitude, (of the same meridian;)" and cancellation and destruction of mutiUted United HemiDjrton, of Clay county'awl Stata oL-1toIs,us-

{ suant to the provisions of the convention, as he frl .Joint oaclution in fieldtion in ixruiuia of the United fjtalcs of .Imeriea ir< Congressns- : that the issues be made through the freed- finally, from the finld point of IiUer* etloii, tho sail uiorlduin States notes, and the replacing of thosame with in said district,who hat been adjudged aEankrapt upon
** sembled, That the net rotitlg "An wt to proxide increased int II'H bureau, under such i emulation as tho Secretary line of the lll- t in its Ida own the aaid dictrict.
shall deem just and proper.. and Culliaa.cn epecW Deposit In the Tieobury.UUvcs of War i-h.ill prcutnbo. And to that end the degice, prolongation ns far notes of the same character and amount. petition,.by dutnet eoart of
from wool and for other Sixretarv -
Soc. 4. And be it farther enacted. That such Be it reic4 bevnhIca by the States Senate of America and 1Iou in Cesgiere cf 1teji.eu-ae- poses," approved revenue March imported second eighteen hundred pur-and of War l l.i hereby authorized and directed, through the iis"the IV.Frozen With ocean.reference,to the Hue of duuarcutlon lull SCHUYLER COLFAX, Jacksun- We.April 13,1568.J C QBCKLETi' : asateiee.U>r

sums of money as may bo necessary to cairy mbk&O 'ftt( the ens hundred thouan dontrs, or ixty- eveu, tc omcndod by t>trikln out in the paragraph commUbioncr ol the fi-ccdrncn'J bureau, .10 apply JH> down tu the preceding article, it it uudemood Sjakcr of the Housa of Beprcaentatives. -

I utLb pr4viots ofthiz *ct, bo, ana--thay are 'b.r.abGu* ;ia win &ad bnU1n, now on special dqoitt commencing" with thu words "on webbings inMt- much of as the he unexpended tune deem uoccsiury heretofore for tho purposes aforesaid l-t. That the Island called Truicc of Wales Island B.: F, -\VAD.E.rn.sidcut e
ony-in the of the United Statee, after said bullion lags, braids the following.words, >Iz : "unmix'jU with money appropriated rholi belong wholly to-Ilusitln,"now, >'v this cession, .Assignees.Ol'ICE
-.p siattyntofauy in the traannrr of the Into roln,I* sUk." to supply freedmen and refugees with provisions or rstlous to tho United Stales.) of tho Senate pro tempera. .
treasury not otherwise appropriated. is converted into the bjr dlrscdon rrvoEnrer Uac. t. And bo it furthvr resolved, That tho joint iu- : riv\ided, that the expenditure shall not extend :tl. That whenever the summit-of tlw'mountains- Indorsed by the President f IRectivod January : ; OF APPOIXTilKNTvIn
pl4 tresrary. solution of March second eighteen hundred and .lxtyseven beyond the present appropriation alrrtly made fur thefrsedmeii' which extend In direction "
20
Approved, July 1867. Approved, March K, 1867.Ko. bureau. a parallel to the coast from 23, 18G8. lie Dulrfct Ctrl of uie Via-
to amend section live of an act entitled "An act '
the 5Gth degree of north latitude to the of inter-
Joint Resolution authorising UM & uty of to Increase the duties on Imports and for other purposes Approved, March 30, 1SG7. auction of the 141st degree of west longitude point shall prote [:Noto by tha Dupartuuait of titaU....The foregoing trirt of florid.
.
CHAP. XXXIV. AoActau.aidawygf"An; [ War 7.]to ovxr! ocrtata jnov8 .
ttrrn
klt&trs,14ViapCbuiObJO: tat UM U.4oi tholstttioflal slxty-fuur, shall not be construed to apply to lotting, (No. 211.1) A IlcsoluUou autboruing tliu Tnuuflr ul'icr- from the ocean, the limit between the British possessions of tho United States fur; his approval and To wham it may conor rn:-Tae udcntcwd hxubf
Act making Appropriations to supply Deficiencies mohair cloth silk, twUt,or other manufacture of cloth tuiu Funds, and providing fur thu Furchwo cf.Seeds ,
Juttlnm for I>5 ablcd Volunteer ftoldiers," and and the line of coast which is to belong to Itusriaa not gives notice of appotatnesfc as aadgon cf JIB*clKtebari
in the Appropriations for couUngeot other Purpoasa. woven or uad& /'pattern*o -tuch-slxeiUhapo, an4form and their distribution in the Southern States. above mentioned (that U to say, the limit to the pov having been returned by.hia- to the house of Bradford county,and State of ttwito,****

Expenses of tha. Senate tho United States no Car it iwolwd by tU Senate and lion*: of IlcprucntattvM or cut. la such inauner m to to fit for buttons exclusively. of Kcriohed the United by Slates the Senate of America and House tn Congress of Itoprcaentalives assembled tensions ceded by ibid convention} bball be formed by a of Congress in which orginated vituux the tn-aattdtotrkt.who has been adjudged% Tmsnit.IT
: of tbe United States of America in Congress as.ecAb3e& line parallel to,the wInding of the coast, and which time presiTibod by the Constitution of tbe United oikbisvpctIoaPtbQdlatnictcenrtbfMcI4Mz1c1II
for fiscal Year Juno thirty eighteen That the of thousand dollars is
the ending Mureh 119. iSO2ci. ? turn fifty hereby transferred
That the Baoretarr"of War**, and bweby la. Approved, from the funds shall never exceed the distance. of ten,-marine. leagues States has becomo' law 111010111 his C CEEIU"
other in cnargo of the commissioner of & ap
hundred and Uioiefrom. uksoi11ctVzi1 U51s08. U
an the barracks,
nntntfor authorized to turn over buHdlng -
the frccdaien
** *" "" at Joint K for tin' > bureau refugees, and abandoned lands, The western limit within which the territories proval.] -.
Pttrposej. otfccr propwof the United Statw, now Camp [[ 2&J oiution'piv\-iding fi Be ft enacted by thoSenate and- -House- ofRepresentatives'of Chase,neal Colon out vnio, ro KM poara oiot xu.uiitru Surveys or ft s&ip 'anal around the J'ai* or tiw uiiio Lure and that said sum shad bo used under the direction dominion conveyed, are contained, passed through a -
;
the national asylum Sor dIab.4 volunteer soldiers, River, for military, naval, and commercial 1'uriKmen. of the*commissioner, of the point in Bchriug's straits on tbu parallel of sixty-fire An act in relation to taxing chares in national Asignees .
'e tne"United States of America for the uae and bwwflt-of such .oUIers.cf Be it resolved by the Bcuato and HOUM of Keprcsoutatlvos of nerd of agriculture'lor purchase degrees thirty minutes north latitude, at its intersection
in Congress assembled That the concluding &c. .And be It 1irthar re.ol'red, That the Secretary of the United State* of America in Congress asaumbted and their distribution improved varieties in the southern of vegetables nndterral.f by the meridian which passes midway between the bland ; banks. NOTICE OF\APPOiJmiENT. 7

portion of section t>:x of an act entitled "An act war5r aM bfMMtlStVnbsjriwa lo sc l such surplus That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby ]>,rovcd, March 30,13C7, ttatos.Ap of ICrascnstcni, or Ignalook, and the bland of Bo it ciuctod by tho benate and house of Heprcscntati In Ike DiHrict Cwrt of tte U. JC,for O *ir&er*w w
clothine qnartennasror's and medical itoresV&a"nO may authorized and directed lo cause surveys, with plan ttatmanofl, or Noouorbook, and proceeds due north, vcs-of the United States of Ara ricm in
making appropriations to supply deficiencies in to the nitton. aylum estimates of cost to be made ofllccr of without limitation into the Frozen '
-me3rV d irt.at flirt jriccs, and by an engineers same ocean. ..Tbo'
the appropriations for contingent exponsos of for tho uwof disabled vohnteer soldiers therein. for a ship tatial around the falls of the Ohio [No. :W.) A Kc'oliitioii directing the Scc.tuiy War same western limit, beginning at the same initial point, Congress, aiaembled, That .tho;. werds'"place lathe waiter of JIcnryDo er. j
furnish
certain Amu I
the Senate of tho United States for tho fiscal Approwi Match 22,1807.No. river on the Indiana eWe thereof, of suitable location of to Tennessee. and ulpments' totbc i Scsi. proceeds thence in a course nearly southwest through where tho bank located, *iuul-&ot.eljewh>n ._ To whom tt may concern:-Tho' i4ssetrnsil_ ev>*>
___J and dimensions for military, naval and commcrvhtl purposes the Behrlug'd straits and Behring's sea, BO as to pass midway in section forty-one of the "act to provide 'na- nves nodes of hU appotntmeirt'a utew*of H enZ Z ft
Resolved Senate and *
year ending Juno thirtieth, 'eighteen, hundred B.-) jJuIoatosuppyauththeioulnthe : and also to cause saul officer to estimate the expense by Haund Eeprosuntativcs' between the northwest point of the Island of St. lodcr,-iloihwi eoortr,and Stateo?Flocfcta,w P
*nd sixty-seven approved March' twenty ninth [ oro1men$01 the MAcs t. provsd Increased UevcuueI of computing the Louisville and Portland canal, of the United States of America in Congrcta assembled, Lawrence and the southeast point of Cape ChoakotsU, tional currency, approved June third, Eighteen 51.1 dIstrict, who baa teen stijudgel. .
eighteen trondnQ and sixty nvtiula to words I from Imported Wed. s4 far other Purposes." on the Kentucky sue of said falls, according to the plan That cd to the furnish Secretory and of War be, and he to the Wtby, dlrcct- to the meridian of ono hundred and seventy-two west hundred ant sixty4oiw.haflbo constructed and hi* own petition, thc.dbtrkt court of Mid district

following, to wife "And all laws allowing the VbareaiTta the enrolment of tbe bill entitled"An actoprorUaincroaMdnveBoe on which the said canal company Li now prcprcssing i i sutnetent arms for ton iuipiuants thousand militia,to state be accounted of TenueHi.ee -- longitude; thence, from te intersection of that meridian held to mean the State within which UM bank J C OUKZLEY,a455I.'t
wool and work Odd that the to do- direction
of both in
from unportod with said
j CXIX-MO a southwesterly so as to midway
2 thb Boo tho Interior theOtfBirnitt'"PM' ( for by the State of Tonne*** t-j th?. *c>veniment of pass is located ;r and the legislature of each State
President, rctary'of vr. otber approved March woo&d elgutoen'kuD frayed from the sums appropriated in the acts of Juno the United States. between the island or Attou and the Copper island of may
of. Indian Auatrs to enter into SaTStf' OTen, the' worf ."Canada long twacjty-tldrd, eighteen hundred and Mxty-nix, anti Approved, March SO 1607.o. the Kormandorski reouplet or group In the North Tactile determine and the IcgislAtnro of each State OUT. Assignees
treatta'with Indian tribci arc hereby retandnocxiicnssh.U1Orcaftorbeincnr.- ,ooa" Te'u iMdvortenilT omlttea from the paragraph March two, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, for examination ocean,to the meridian of one hundred und ninety- determine and direct the esnmirt4' place 4of
any iejSfnatei Bnder tho .f dIng Clue 2. Combing and surveys n'latln to the fuiprovoinent of three degree west longitude so as include ia the territory NO'HCE OF APPOEJTMENT.
\ Joint Resolution att the
31.1) all shares of natio l
wupeudiug -
[ i'ruceediugs taxing 'baalEi'kxated
\Voois";aad vtcroMfctoa words are ia tbo cngr&sacaM harbor* and rivers on th* northwestern lake conveyed the whole of the Aleutian Islands cast
red In'negotiating a treaty with any Indian tri* .ret UJn4 4at pest of tin *etotor iali, at Al-provod March W, iso i7.: in Voluultfin relation to Payment in the military for Slaves service drafted of the or received United of that meridian. within said State, subject to tho restriction that I


bo until an appropriation authorizing such :CX. -1y thaThh7Mh 0onges: Thefore, StatesIJo / i :ABTICLE II.Iu the taxation shall not bo at a greater rate tbaif frt offbrid*.
; HOOK of Uonolutlon autliorLA -
genie and Ieprssen.jagyMof No.21.) Joint to tin of
it roMlved.br I
poise ahall be first made law," be, and the asrncis ,!/. 9* the ratted ue States of Azaerias ta OcmxretH at* War to build 2)i oilge heats fur Use at, the ticax-tury Mouth ol U resolved liy thu Senate and House oI Reiiresen. the eetion of territory and dominion uudc by the is assosscd upon other moneyed capitaL ia the In tho matter of John'C Tbtspfn-Cankrustcy
hcrebvTepcalcd. s.NodThat to.'aetse prorhlc- acreesed revoWMmported the Mictailppl lUvor. tallies of the United Status of America to Congress assembled preceding article aro Included the right of property la hands of individual citizens of such State: And To whom It ayconccniTlM tonkatgnftl ***%'
and fee otter "afotcMld Ho U rrsolvod the Souato mat HOUMI of That all further prpecedlngs under the twrntyfourth.wtlon all public lots and squares, vacant lands and all public sires notice of his aalgne ol Joto C%
wool, prrpoeas, by IloprvavuUiivcs appoistmtut! U *
.. 867. foui provided always That tha,.shares ofT national
20 of the of fortUlcauons barracks ,and ,
act Pobf buildings, other cdiflccs any
Approved.Jaly Congress approved rt.i- >-
1w ee4 &beirt.b'.eadM by'Inierthig liter lbs wortsZ. of the United States of America in CongreiM nsctnblcd Tnigptn. of JUachu mnty-M>i State*<-i" s ik.wfl
'De'u swparagrabbea4.1 "Cinu That the Secretary of War be, and is )icrol>y, ry twcuty-fourtli, eighteen hundred and bixty-ftmr, to which wo not private individual property, ,It is, how bonk owned by noorestdents of any State te said 4Ii ct. who has been adjudged a
.CoraMuf IVoeie tan wordibtttea nada beg iools." s4thonLodon UM recommendation,of the engineer dopartmsot award compensation to the masters of slaves drafted ever, understood and agreed, that the eiiurchos-which shall Iw tared in limO city/or town' where said oa hU owawUttoo'*7tte4itfer 0ar*
Xo. Vj A Kcwlulum supplementary to, (other 1161, to build and operate two dredge boat for the into the military service of the United States, and award have been built In the ceded territory by the Russian bank ia located, and not elsewhere.. :
; compensation to U) whom colored voluutct government, dish remain the-property of such members .
(JHITSOUS JJSw.la
1865. -
Kesblutions enable tho of the
Joint to People of and keeping tho channel of z0,4pr1tS,
d&openlatf
purpoM open may owe CTY| United States to'pirtidpaifli ia the AdrantaCM 9)5IOk1U5Pf0Wi15t &ir ti li.Ui.Mar7 one or more of UM passes at too mouth of tin Mliwtwilppi -
INL act approved July twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and tory, as may choose to worship therein. Any government -
for that much boneccsMuy
and
to expend so as
of the Universal Exhibition at Paris, in '".5 fr a ShIpJII Uks } rte and Lake of the anproprlaUon purpose for the improvvmeut may itxty-flx, Junking appropriation for payment to persons archives, papers, anddxnmcnU relallvo to. the
Ontaz1a forThiutaIT,*avals4.ame1 rurpo..s, rIver clitimlutf service or labor from colorist volunteers or territory and dominion aforesaid, which may bo now existing An actnsaking-appropriatk ,t supply do
WSJ. )tor.4by the$. *I.sad floes of n.jwu.ntattvesof the mouth of ttx MlMwippi provided for in the drafted men," be, and the some are hereby suspended. there, will be left in the possession of the agent ficicncics ia too approprfatioM ibr the1
; Resolved by.the rxnste and IIouM of liepro- lb. Vatted taes#1 aict In Congr sa.czsbW, "Act maklux sparvprUtton*fir the repair,prrwrvallon, And the Secretary of War U directed to dissolve the of the United States; but an authenticated copy of such execntion -

: ? ?ut&tIyt4 of ILoUmlod. Wales of America ifl sad asaos4un4.rt.sutberttoflawan4 MmpUtten of certaIn publw worts Iwratobro fur otbopuxplus't cow. wniniUnlons appointed under the sold Motions, and of them M may be required will be, at all time given of thereotnslnalk> uUwBidjfcr he -
IIIAV'
'cegror1 wcmbL44 2at the March .uutun4 huiMnnl ami make pnymvttt w the coratnissioacn and clerks for the by the United States to the Russian government or to service of lhoquaxtcrbtastesa' dcparteunt cf tAa tAO*
( .f/ tha United!BUtes it*the TJolrenal yV EriWUon* to the War .
lobah ldatrarUia the yrar dghUca bnna arehft.1$4l.gXe5 .- Man'h no, IW.1X0. Department.Appioed a-nICLEth. Juno 30, 1868,aad fir other purpose. the matter fAV 1L U.ThIapIe.*IaEaiP*
onetmTe'*
.To whom it
may
Dolt enacted tho Senate and ofEeprescntativcs v-I.
by Houso
died 4 bUconst s it-jiutiuiqrwn the $tuad An> Too inliiibiUntsT die ceded terrlUiry; according to tires notice of ht appointoMBUU. an sgs
.?t4I.tM MoowiIl ofumuti tit tbo Armyj5r,5zUi.t4se.t.aa4JIuu. 01)) -Joint n>nolutkn) proVidlug for the Expenses tuclr caolooroaervtn their natmal-aUegianoa, may r- U&a'Vi&eA Slates America .Tempfcs of Bradford eo nty, &M $tst1 ztrs.
of ottrrylittf into full ICftVct sn act tntltled"An act to tarn to Uussia within tijree ytar j DUi.tfthjy abontdpwfcrto in Congress assembled Thai thi feHowing sums within
; f lldliWWM'sfllilwrvtarin ttrrtvldw$ fur tlio more efficient Ooverament of the remain In to* ceded territory they,VWi-tte of .mi4eh.tbcmofsj 1saniLthe hUownJ
Itffis, cit 110 Vt.tkd ta d of IteM *Ut A ; ? >4 t" -: ,'- : i exception of undruLteJ Dodvetribes than bo admltteq ntaj-b ncoeisa .
lift UD U AttdUtlrel to UJ enjorment of, U thenzhtJ, adv&a tajet;-sad! *> naa are-berebyy B iaptlsled- -of any : .

__ m w nocotinU of the Unl\l IUtM ef Ansd *Congress ci' rnttnltlwof citJ wsof the Uiitted 8tate ian4 shill be o7; :: t4tk; -- U

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