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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 23, 1868
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
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System ID: UF00053711:00102
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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I 1 HEAL ESTATE I MISCELLANEOUIj :I NOTfCKSl: *T1iiiIri(1 -
BAKKEUPT j Th
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w4ceproba.t1ytb rort&
: FOOTUBHK *, aaoU
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plantations
| .j i foiftheorang* cannot sariveQed ant
hihsbflkretuu
-- REAL ESTATE, AGENCY.irnttE ;J. CHRISTOPHEK, In Bankruptcy No 22. f .- bsrknc bath is4usy,. be reckoned awng-the spontaneous production* found almost void of juice. BututIr.ns
MEDICAL. } Ii. Aad I KB the fit h of morning bun' j of the New World. begins to arrive at maturity thaJs1'-
-- CSJjEKSItiXKD I1AS 'TOH iALE :LOW, CWrf //the Cwtfn Sftafvr; '(fa \.rtA. $ Ot r1lw Matafautnr>' .. .i lleny randies of tho orange family ire now return to the old fruit x ifost toih.
1. tifcewl tctnu,variom Tp&sis or-tavtoU JJutfitl Florida. Myli*,i UkoAwi ? :.- ,,Uj -- cu&irateJ in ;
aid en (ni -- FbrtogaV&paln
STZ. B.-HEBTOON, GENERAL REPAIRER | Thai a bird at&t, to ha { ,France;Halyand new crops are in yerfoctist ttther lbs
the vkijrfty of tlnt1u: !nT r ,and ehcwbr?,ta E *t FloriT In thciuatler of Samuel O.HOWK,RttLkrunt.. oiherp sleeping; GiscaIn the firs two cofentrie 4ei.
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[! District of Florida aa: Or a hidden rtreaai that lovtakinc I they eipeaial- in;May. In thu way at Genoa, the Iiaomctim
i Burgeon &, Physician !. *iteni tO bvylflg n1 u.Uing Lan4i and Tci, OF j This U to give uuticc,that on tbe'CUt d
i IM% t thc fuoet tmmwWt Innn j'- 1168, a warrant of Bankruptcy wn.i ue4-virtbT'tike t of Aadataata, and Urn banks of the GraodatqaiTiK. 'year*,:and bang then 'fathered baa Iksabactd
I.4fsAcpx7ILLzj'Lozw4.ttheDnlS: C. U KAGENCY' District court of Uw, United bUtew i
for tlw<2i vtbesB Xhe latter is the.place from.which the bitter
ri1iiuL.*, LOCKS, Ihstik't of Florida,against the t tat of jSaja'lO.IIomr I co- sweetness and JUvor nd ..l
1.'t At. use r4" iA Mr.Jebi -- -- of Ocala, in tin county of Marion,in said dfettkt who]J J Whca the hxnstcymmla beat UM air, e : Seville oranges arc chiefly obtained. In -AL very high price to connoiaacrus >
J 0? wkt R FI.REPIWOF SAFES I baa been his An*th hot triad*cea. to play., jgarrtJ and Andalosia tho trees of '
OII 10 Iy | adjudged a Iwnknipt on ova petition:That 'B*tmjWr,0 dark aad ttffl ora&geV an Turin: and,othcrplaccs. "
T. pLO1IDA I I the parmaut ot any debt*and the delivery of any preJTCity ifireai tizew-Extensirv orchards of- them hare
-- ObHTion1 fabted TV lemon diz '
&VALLS HKLL .JLLYGLVG belonging to(aid bankrupt him fcta i rivet.- T-fTont thcesA tftfy- U It-
4-c., 4e. ,or for tua, Ifomod .
t In whose pveet aDenae th Mttesa Wilt tho principal revenue of the monks for
.mid the transfer of by him } ( ripens irregularly .and droprolT .
any property am lorblOdwi nicn ,,1k
G.WBdward4LD ul? TIIE by law; and that'n meeting of the creditor* of said' 'bleeps aad irwild aleep fbrwrw.l |several centuries; sod in the latter province, is thcfore gathered in Italy (siajgst ttpn .
4 nit tiadi "J.&WT m>d Jlnrw. >
I4'" (r nt baiikntpt.to prove their:debt, and tothowstj w w < the amoaqtii of which are covcroitwitIcns on. erarf

; PHYSICIAN & BURGEON i iAJCU NEW ENGLAND ,AH vori.warranted at the lorcat tonra fur Cath.B2rltcii ;r wore biinkniplnr aeisneo, to of be liU holdcn estate at,Jacksonville will be ItoU,Fla.at a. in court thu of-4 of I .Tha rmnta badiac the nutio erteket main Tt and vineyards, and jfotosta..abounding ho meat sonou*

or BrsiiKss: ]tay treet, nccoinl Hoot lice of L. F. iMmey, before T. ,V. Osboni, Etn, rcgu-1 I -And. through the Kaat,whew (ha da'e' ,delay' ,,. in fruit, the flower*of tho orange Ell the air with orange raising ia FL :
lel.iw the M.rket, rtairf.HOME KTto bankruptcy fur sLid district, on i IbclSHh Seawirdth.Udnekf$ their and lead u *auw-
OPPICE : Emigrant Aid Company up rlur of perfume, the imagination back fruit ripens in November
i'oon comes w bnueai a time when
arr; it it
I -tlU May, A. L> 1W, at 10 o'cUxk, a. m. f fALKXAKDBR ( aoi.
' % 3IAGPOJDEC.. SUffinz rarth'i aeox triw niiendor, to those>days which the MOOXWk historians-and greatly relished ia the cold Korth.. If a& .

COEL OtL ; ADAH8 hTKLLT"i II rQXrILL?, FLA. l :t U. S. Martlml for aid JJUukl. To drink the mfeta firanaQM gI1tttzi v air. pooU Oolignt in &.cn'ting'wht; th laud which ia the ensuing Hay it decays so r.ed
And dew from the bkNBoiai* ndM rzpidly as t*>
INSURANCE COMPANY Meeeener. .. ,. theytono vero)] adorned -'with all ho bo
J4pjvpLL1. FLADBEMILBT.S&BAL OFj -V. re- unEt for shipment. Uale r**'' *f*

i rE1I7AL >fric}.: --- -;-- -- ,But whai the Sight cone*M,' finements of .taste1 And intoUlgence, and some variety ksa.perishahU,
New Haven- Con. With cool and quiet rifhs, ,the luxuries Cbo"East were naturalized in the ones -'pan
our market will heI
1'J: Trutiicul Street, IubtuULaPSthUttLS. In Bankruptcy 33. } To shed fond thoUfhtioa the aoolaJOTr*, most delicious ret of jlfib "West In Cor- orange I Southern
: PIAUINE AAD FI11K iNrnvI And rest hi the tear-stained tyca, I StatesHowereri;u the* 8tat
T. 1;. FOnUUSH, icevthr.4 .Dibrc1 Cvurtwf: the United States ''for th#, 1 11.beneath the stars {I dora, thossat of Moonsb grandeur and luxury,'develop awL iaureaaem wealth jnti ;
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OWItht Oflirton h* c"mcT*f For yth and Ocean streets-tip AadBfefromthWiififcJtogiTW, 7 T {there STQ orango trees still rcmamiog, which wo shall doubtless find ia them anafl.cjse.mand
Btairt. K. I?. FLOYD, Northern District offlorid. Till my dreams cxap.from n ctalw *are considered to 1O7OJ of 900 oldr the
i Ilt.r.RTOO. Florida Agency : Deo.2-tf Agent In the mutter of A.- Wright.. Bankrupt.-Iftrrllrfhi' And sleep on- the"shorea' of b-aven. inmbt thxso old trees have began years to for all the oranges we can raise is Use*.
docay m
: District of Florida. A.W.Li ,
lTeb.tilt67.-lr. Ouii Street : JgLtmr I7riJE. "M. CUE5KV, .l. t2'l:! 'E GtJl>li\ 18TS, n warnut of Itankruplry wits isBiicd out of the 4' with a kind of lichen which supposed to be don a Encyclopedia of Gardenia J&ttaU'r
District court vf the United ttat'-f? fur the Northern Bt-
11M Cash peculiar to tho
--- D. treat Pliynulojlcal Work, or every one liii i ircntion District of ir'Iori'lii.HgaiiiftUie estate of A. J. Wright, tof t Iyste. orango. sources of California, and an article in. ***iHs/r*'
J. D. MITCHELL, M. j jrHYHCUN UVm J.A2IiS own D ctor--Beiii5 a lyivate lurtrnctor fur liarVTwung's -, Lake City, in the county of Columbia in said district, The pcricnoe ot'novgpapgiB, all titiworid The precise time at which the orango was in- Florida rangier, which is Itself abridged from
PKUPltlETUKS tied l'ereona or these&xnt to marry, both male and fe- who baa btfii adju'hjvl a 1-ankrujit on his own petillnu : over, baa proved the naceaaity &doptiagth trodaceid info England is not known -with certainty volume in he "Library a
AM SURGEON, j jwrmr oak,In rerythiig(uncianing the pLcslology anti retatioiu That the payment of any debts,aid the deliver of but Entertaining KaowUedge.
hiij > } any it have taken "
to nr- probably
Florida, in large cr umall ]Mtn.t winbiug } of our cxuat ystcw, aiidthe I'roduton or l'rc- l.rol.-rty belonging to stich bankrupt h'mor for hid use, adhering to tho "caah aymtoa. We Itavftbe may ; place Ti
vfflcror t
Jjce*tU f.'rn'?td& f For vtk3aa eha. or bettlere for thckamecmi upl-ly nt this of oflii'rirrr, including nil the new mjH-.ixruv* nnd the twnnfcr of any property by him,arc forbidden by compelled to ,reaortr to, it lIlUtil ofiloe, aa the not long after its introduction into Portugal, i : : *
it2iCt Ja1.ctil1c,Tcb. .-tfi pcTeIfly If letter. never before given in the English language, by William law, and th-it a meetiiis' the treilitor 3'of said bankrupt only inoaus of.self-p x>tecti j loon;, M. D. This b really a.valuable and Intcrcuting j to pivve their debts and to choose one or more acaignen, .' The fret -jt ias been stated > last -
out of the tat m aardp tc in- Tbo orangos, ; Monday weak; ICf.
> Watert
rcibcmt: redding of lib i-AUtu, will bo held, ofnewTOjxar are t i tub. expenwi. -' a
work. It ii written in l laiu language for the general ( at a court Bankruptcy to cxppnsea ,
; thi oiTFPoRI I ITMTITh foraittioD f>r advice as to the purchase,sale IT erttlnntnt to this ;! t cad or, awl u illustrated with upwards Of one 'liundr-nl be holdcn it Jiickwmville, Fin tire pliice-ul L. T. Fxinleta moat t .pid, Tcrjr ,week. were Imported into LngUnd by Sir Walter Lcitizen llarion county,left;home'for the par-
of land In Florida, with pf a inruelin Tiew to cuigntini capiUU tafcly; nndprufltaWr sBgravuigj. All Ttmnj married people,or those con- l'fircy, before T. "U" Oiborn, i.q.) K-gieter in bankruptcy The telegraph &aeociation gira no v criit. ;Paper Raleigh ;- and it i ia said that Sir IVancis-Carcw, poser of attending the election,. TT>has sfrnnftfj"disippeanxl
for thy ,
8Utc or purpose raplatinz marriage, and bavin? the least impediment I I Ito for said biitritt, on the -Jt'th iby of A.D.. who
May, married.thejnicde.et tar Waiter
,cnn RP14YtOtCfl1PPT in Rr trm,or married life, cbould read tbi.'book. It dlnclosca be- i.1i4iL at I I"o.ilock, it. psi.ALEXANDlil. is a "caab. article. Bo witb all tbe priaci ; planted *, and no trace of him baa yt b.e.
A'MreisEDTTAUD Crete that every one should be acquainted with. Still it > iL1WWDE1 pal item)} of the expeaao incurred ia,"nuuiing aiiewspaper. their seeds, and they produced the orange trees discovered Ws ire left to the painful ippre.

?.7LiL Ol2J.f.w M. C111.XEV ia a book that must be locked up, and not Tie alxrat the 'I II, .:'I U. W. Marshal rsaid Ditrkt.. .** .Tha credit fyitem in this,natter at Beddington,'in fenrrey, which Bishop Gibson hension that foul assassination has deprived&*>'

JAtXSO3IVILLE, 'L1.I1OTEU. (houK.cent. Address It will be Dr.sent VTx.to any Totx one on JTo.the 116 receipt Spruce of street Fifty, S -- 4. Messenger.In works'all vii xvay, ; there ia oo reciprocitj about [ in.hit additions .to Camdcn't 'Britannia, county of a good citizen. The Shscff and otk*

c1nr. tb PtO. bore Fourth, Philadelphia. S-ly it. ." 1 epeaks of as having been there a hundred years en have spent several days iA.frui&1eLtJ to:
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Bankruptcy, ILSTo 84. Tbv ouly way to carry out aucb a.reznishoyt.'r previous to 1695. Aa these trees always pro solva the mystery. "\V trust the coimnsahV
--- duced fruit, thejr-could hot have been raised will not allow'itself tov into
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to denato from it There can Una jbe no go apsihetio indlz-
LEGAL. Special ISI otice District Court oldie United States, for the offence given to any one; nor any exception. from seeds but they;may'have been brought ference of carelessness .on. the subjsct.* That

UNION HOUSE TJEKSOXB engazcd 1n raising early FruIt 01 Vigei Northern district of Florida. taken Lv any" reasonable rn>n. In this O&CQ, from Portugal j from Italy, as early, aa the will soon be no safety for persons or lift, if sack
i JL tablea for the Kortltern Markt'tf, will fin-1 it to til), li : |close ef the sixteenth century Tho trees at guilt be allowed to outwit and
BISBEE Jr. i advantage to call on cr address In the Matter of "VV. W, koit, Jfankrupt, Northern accordingly, order hare wen 'iasned/and an- go unwhipt .f
H. BT K. JJ. CRAM, District of Florida, i.e.. nouncument ias been made, that-no anbucnptioii 'Beddington were planted in the open ground, justice Let everybody be on the jtiTrw* to ds-
Jacksonville This is to give notice, that[ou the 1Kb day of April will received, and no adrertimnent in- with a movcablo cover to'screen them from -th% tect and briny to punishment tlie dastardlf perpetrators >

ATTORNEY A f LAW, M. J. MURPHY, 43-U. Florida j jF 1SU8 DUtrict B warrant court uf the of Bankruptcy United HUtcs wet for issued the northern out of dii the ecrtul, unless paid for in adTance. inclemency of the winter*months. Tu the begin. of such infamous crimes.-Eat Htr

trict of Florida, ngainsl the estate ofV, W. Scott>-, The only exception ii in the Cadvcrtiavrs -ortytdar ning of the eighteenth century they lad attain fda Jttuuter.. -
fir?;r ts *ota t suic URNITUBE. Ketrnanarille. in the county of Alachua, in uaid having billa. ed tbo height 'eighteen feet and tha stems ASOTIIER JvlCUMOXD
Aaxegaxd
AND DUVAL RTKEET9, district, monthly IX IHt FtElJ,-3 r.
CORKER OF LAUHA whoJiaveliecn'MjjudKwl their about nine
Cankruptd on OTTO were inches in diameter whilo. thai
these it wonld.bo inconvenient ; Francis
petition: That the payment ol debt and the an almost impracticable fleming, of Jacksonville, was admitted

II! ________________________ Jacksonville, Fla. Parlor To arrive and Cottage, by Bthi-oiitr Setts Alpha Bedsteads, B Iire, Chain as-evrtraent and Table of, or of any fir their property use, and bvloiiging the transfer to nuch any of UuiikrupU delivery them to reqoiro: payment:of rary adrer; feet spread one of way tho aad largest nine of the the other.number There was.had twelve j at this term of the Circuit Court of Alachu
them tittomeat always
any liy banded In. With ardto
projwrty
as to
at the Hail Koad Depot UniMing. r occasional county, practice law. "We learn that Es
pJ.FOSTER.Tr. rr I8 HOUSK.BECESTLT OPE2TE1),flAb BEN b are forbidden by law ; awL Unit u muetiiiK ot the credi advertisers howovor been a.wall on the north side of them, to screen 1
tors of said litbt thero, u so excep passed a very creditable examination._.X S,
liankrupt, to
their .
JL rotllortlie ccomnio pod*Uyprep the Icc-HotiBe. them from the cold in that
"at !
Ui till mud whiter. Apply thooe one or more assigtives of their estate, will be held Lion made. It would be inridk>Dj to make auyj quarter; but they City Pirtas.Gac .
ATTOBKET AT LAW, Tb TABLES ar*cupplicdrrlth the eboicest artidc* -*-I I at a court of Bankruptcy, to be holdcn at Jacksonville, while, by adhering, to a. uniform system, we wore at such'a distance from the wall aa to haw Cosx.
fuml td by thn DumcstK' marVct,or recuiTfd from (be Fla., In the office of L. k. Dewey, before T. M*. Orfboru, uvuid giving occasion for complaint. If room to spread With plenty of air and light In :x -IloastingcarshavQnud UMtr
K sq., rriytl'T in bankruptcy for said district on the 2<>th any an appearance in our 'market The first
F.4L: 1 AVt'f NOTthq Tranaivnt gnuls or ivnuntient boarders acccminodHttd c I day of May, A. D. 18t>S. at 10 oVlock, a in. advcrtinomont or subscriphon ia re&Bed, i it it not 1738 they wore' surrounded by' a permanent enclosure bloome made their the oottaa
like house. They all destroyed appearance upon pJaata.-
ALEXADEj
Ib-tf. MAGRVDEC. from doubt of ita by the ofisrer 'green were
RANDALL on rew tmalik terras. SIX month after date I wil apply to the Hon.Judge '. 17 -'t! L'. S. Murehnl for i:id DUtm-t. but from any the necessity of payment mating the rule absolutely by the great frost of tho following winter lion of:lJon.: J.. BJhtwkins, on 4th nut, 1*this
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E. ,
letters county. Gauusr&t Era.CKOPS .
of hamilton County for dumkearv Me.'erper. but whether this -
was wholly owing to the frost
SORE VEX HOT8E.rjLSXAU at adminiEtrator of the opiate ot M'DI. Day, late of uniform,-Mobile JReyuttr.Th ,
eiiIl deitrawl- : orT to the confinement and damp'of the P&OsPy.CTS.-ThC
County, writer
ATTORNEY AT LAW, $. K.; SMITH, .%4i'r. 'I In Bankruptcy No 39. above article has been pretty oxtennrely permanent enclosure,'cannot now be ascertained. turned from an extensive tour throng recently re

icxixrILLL. tLOKlDA.trer. SA GA. Jasper, Ft-b. 23 lGn.DESIRABLE. DistrUlL'ourioftlw Vic
We trees, Somoo&vhTch arc said to be 300 years various sections with the
cannot ,
TAiw, Gi. March IP, l3Gf. exchanged. more forcibly explainIho encouragingrorts
Hri4 u1Idm OctiB D.t Si yts4 y LANDS ON northern District oJ'11oriv., principle involved than the article old. They are generally moved into the open and hopeful views of the growing crop*,
Once is Th abuie HOIEL, of modern construction, by copying sir about the middle of June when the par ,
---- --- lu tb: ni.ittf ot Thomas E. hail<* I-nnknij-t. ><>tlbtn perfume ticularly in ho fine agricultural counties of
ANDERSON all the conrcmctt' of the licit Zvurtli'-iti Fleming's Island For Sale.WK > Diilrict of Florida n.is. i ; and M it mccU the' necessities of our case of. their blossoms id most delicious, Orange East Florida: There both 'and
j. 1' hnndi, l \* corn eottott look
'ha ni
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IIM
Mvith rcccatly This ia to givo.notk-e, that on the 2.Jtl-iy uf J and lemon. trees .hare been
l'C9'; April, ijuilc as fully ad it docs that of \Jtegider\ n cultivated in the very promisIng, and all planters wear; 'tmfla
c lucteJ"br offer of Four-IIun f a warrautcf Ujnkruptry wad itue out of
p'u-enla acrco > good ; the air ia for
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LW hundred
-A.TJACKWKVILLE District court of the shall also the open jjfoj" :a years in on their jtecuniary the
Fanning Larnl on Flemings Uaiid, imiuetiUU'ly \ Tinted Skills far the JTorthcru I adoj ejsleiB, and rigidly enforce prospects next seasoo,
: FLA. T. 8. Nickerson, below an!Joining Mrr. Flcuiinjr'6, and fronting tin- riv- District ol Flori li, agnnst the estate of Thomas E. it. Iu the condition aftain a fbw gardens of tha south of Devonshire, they Surely, no people more severely feel the necet
UttLL, cr,aii'l known a* the A. Be.reut |>lucc. T<> If fold fiadibtrilmtkn Ilaiie of.llucUt iu the county ul Alachud,in raid Ifl.trttatjutl.tJ present doing have been seen, trained as peach trees are against sity of a propitious and. '
UOTSL, Au iiia 3TAiioiit season. abundant
L1&Lt&ti of the FtArrccs ; 6. nod divUon acvKij the lit in of A. Ie.cut a Bankrupt, vn his own JK'til ion; that the work on credit is almoet equivalnit to doing it walls, and sheltered only with mats of straw do- bar*
Hoi-el, Columbu, C. vest-
_ Atlanta,and KICKMSO* detTiirctl. Tcrmic one half i-iicli, KilanixU inoiitliaeredrt. paj meat ot any debts mid the df-llvtry any property Qitmey ComtHomc alth.TiiEKErWEST -
The furniture thronjbotit i* of the inoat clcpuit dttsuiptkuL. txrlonsin; to tilth bankrupt him, or fur liii UM>, and for nothing ;juid bcnaftor BTobecriptions'toaud ringtkewinthr./
0. B. HART, .the room nrpuloui )T clean and wall \pntiUted ho- For farther partk-ulan &J In-w or awily loT.. W1LHOX -\ the trauelcr of auy property by him, are forbidden by The follo ringTaritics of;orangra are mentioned Sroxcz TKADz.-rThe Ksar: -
A>'D CUtKEKLLOJ; AI LAW.WUkinson and the attcndaiivc i! vquz<.il liv nun in i iTtaTdors Mi-likbor?, FU., or W.yETSTOX.Jacl.m.'mllk-, I Uw ; ansi (tut a mi'ttuRC tliecicliu vf Mil Bankrupt adrcrtuemunttf .iu the Union, 'aud all.'job by Loadon:. ,. We&t :Pupate says that over four fltfmtaruf dot- '
ATglIItEr & ith.
at the above Hotel TV HI fnvHIio Trti-tort, or to P. MOODY. to prove their debts, and to rhoo-u one "r moro work done in this eeiabb'shtncnt, must bo Cnkdaw | 'Common, bloody, fruited broad leaved lara worth of sponge have been: shipped from
JAIvJcrILLL', 1L4.J ntupplof; W. II: IlEXDEKS )y, aaignceeuftini rotate will bo hel-1 nt a court of liankan large
.' comfort tuxl coui eotecca of their own bowin. af- S. B. THOMrSON, rui'tcytobc holdcn at Jack>onvillf, Flu: In the law *. -c-. : ''bergamot, (the bergamot is probably identical | that port within tho last two oaths. :

W vcts b Ike tat tii4 ftskc Hy ftmled The}either iro *Mlor by nortbcrn tiJj w hiiotclf or n.mla'-ni that every markct.dabcacv will lccotistsntly 19: M Agents Jacksonville,its.FAIRBANK'S itflir'liter iii Ifa.lVDeuxT.fur. JjutwiW.said DiKtrcl.Itebunv, ksq., UvfUankrtiptcv I I i with oar hitter-ewect}. Small bergamot, 'clnater -! plpfQpnTnftTl tngM pf iay t ipi| f

"- wpplied to his tbl-. 1J 4tTHI Md A, i>. IbO at liioVlockn. rn..liX.DEI ., on the SHli day of Orange,,Iet fruited, curled leaved, laurel leaved,lisborn, as the shoep;wooU bat araeottfined to U gnst'

Call SCALES. : MAiUCDEI Tualtesc, bloody maltese, monstrous, large myrtle -|and glove sponge alpna Tha ,recent impetcr
.l il t-. :4. Mari-li! for oaid Dii>tii-t. :luthugenus, aro.included all the diffent leaved, small myrtle leaved-'narrow leaved, to this bnnom firives eflQDiOT oenc to two nozn-
TJNTON HOUSE Mvnieiier. ; \aricties of oranges, limes lemons,ciiroia,shad- oral fruited leaved deed men and boys thus
COl'yfKLT/JR AT LAW, ---- -. - palo spiked flowered, etriped > fffftimfrfon %food 9t -
-
ALL KI M'ff, Jocks and aimular '
fruit
TALLAUAbtsEE, }LA. i curled leaved, f striped gold, ,striped silver, ponging" an opportunity flagajing ia it i*
(n'E1i:1 cori' irz.v&, In Bankruptcy, No 2O.District Tho Ttueitiee of oranga are Tery;numeronm, striped tricolored," striped willow leaved sweet \ a proatahle ay-.3Mast. /
in tkf and AT XEW-YOKK PJilCES.C ,
to cites Supreme Even in the East where thearc natrre -
lUigikeattitiUuii they
of the U. Oi Si JOHN'S Emu t ,china weeping willow leaved Seville bitter The Circuit Court of this
or
I! tAimit Conrt*ef Fla..and In tbe tcurtt Court of the United! States, for the are not a little capricious in their growth .the County adjourned
rfrMitt4 ti:4'tIig: JpITE un1erAgur4 liaing compktrd her iicw and com I oranga-rthe harj'" variety known', identical yesterday morning! The
tt-&bthbe. -tf 4nodluue l >u?<:t IMUI !,'.w cj>cneil the Mtinc to th L. ROBINSON, Northern District of Florida.lu fruit; and even the leaves frequently altering,,to- with our sour oranges; chiefly used in making cupied in the trial of the fouruays State was oc
publl ic ae a i the matter Of Lawrence II. IK'ndiTson, Ii.inkrui thai it is not.easy to lay.which isa distinct .. vs. GlnJd .
I Y1lI3T: CLASS HOTKU I Iniicther Avcyr rvx HIE KTATL ov FJ.OKWA.itf. Noithcrn liilnct FloriiLt si. si.Tbhi and which -There specious Scotch marmalade for which purpose it is .exported Monday night about 9 o'clock the Judge 'w* *
C. GILLIS, ; is t'>give rolicc, tluit oil the 21 I4 d;y of April, a variety. they'untinueffuwcning m large quantities from tipain'to Glas called to the Bench to roceire'the verdict of the
l'grtivii alone or acL-ytnmtal! | )>y their tiinij j iMJba wnrraiit uf during nearly all ha summer/so *that
fl.wkrnpttv i iufJ
LAW, n.ts out vf bo gow-'and) the mandarin or taugiers jury, who found the defuoda&t *
ATI OX ET AT lid, xecViiipr the mild and grn'utl climate ot Florida, uti District Com t of the United Sutm, for the Nurthi-ris for a considerablo period of each year, healthy orange. gtnliy of "31urrl-
If tbc tit.John'c! frill find all the cv if>>rt> of a tnnn at i OlIN B. FULLER, lh-trkt of Florida, aiust the Kstatc of I.nnrn'-e II. This latter Udistinguuhed; from the -common er. Tho culprit was sentencoif to bj hung .en
D a :i FALATKA, FLA. thia boo". HfUdei'M,, of Ocala, in the County of Marion, in said tree'exhibit*every stage of the production,from fruit by its curious form, and by its pulp adhering tho 10th'day of July next. 'It is .understood:

The rooms are lMrgr>and ar .and are all canftd.. and Diotrkt, i li.i lias l>i-vii i4ju.1gvt1 a liiukrnirt on his tho flower-bud to.:the ripe fruit in perfection sat so loosely to the rind as to be separable tho jury, or at least eleven of th netl'

James B. Dawkins, the furniture liftj' rooms.iicw On au4 the cotiipfc\t.taut and The Sooth IMIUHO Bidc there rouUiuaOTCT are 47 Dey Street New York City ; own tli-lhcry petition sny: That property tin iyiiK.nt u-lonniiis pf any toi.u debts<:)li Bankrupt and the, the In same parts time of,Spatu-there are oome' old from it by the slightest effort. It is the most dclicaieof petition to the Governor for reprieve na pardon.s *

AIll'SFEY AT LAW AM> SJOUlITun IXV' ten evit of rvoms eiprwwlr fur famnies.Tn to then; >r for their ui<-, and the truunfcr of siiy jroj orange- the orange tribe whence its name by the Many of the cases on the.docket were eontinaolon
!>h'th i*situated wiibin a fetrhnndnnl fct of the M&'tiAt1tPLa AL' I/EALI-R IN1UKTALLE (jcrty I'- hulL, we Jorbiilduu by J. Wi and that a meet-1 j trees forming Urge timber: in the conruni:'of Portngeese, .Mandarin, or noble orange. The account": tho iHnoss of Judg Hawkins.
"
tqr1tT. .- 4f bralwl Whit KolplimHpriBp, (formprl kmrrna I IDS of t. e crvditors of aui bankrupt to pioyc their iltbl j St. Sabina at Eome then w an orange tree citron and-lemon tender Hartarr Courier
aro than the
jnoro
,. it G4 '7. the" Hapnoha pT 3'l duUipt front 4ckwmrille AND STATIOXARYS7II.7TE.VCZ.12Y aud tolwjoe one t>r more awdgmt'd of his cutate", will thirty-one feet high--which u laid to.be/600 t May 13.
__ -- about thiVtjtiillet.. AH 1h Bteanirra ntop at this point I Ia IK bcl-1 at a court of bankruptcy, t.> be bolden at Jack- orange -To the citron tribe belong the flat fruited }iar-4n: Sunday
they( p.se up suit lovu the river. I IIlarmg nvillL-, Fla. at tlm offiw of 1... t*. Dewey, bet-jre T.*years: old ; and at Nice, in I7&Vth ro was citron, the rough fruited,the for bidden' fruit sunrise,the stable morning- last' .j"af.,.sftar
W. M. IVES, rcmty, fur said dbtrit orango-lroa which: generally be&O: er the fruit and round fruited citron. Of of Dr. Simkint was, discov-!
house,tlie patronage of ny vld frien-Li I 10 rwi-cctfully oIMtod {I on the- oti day id May, A. p. P$41$ ut 10 o'clock, COCO oranges, and was fifty;.feet high; with- a grape even by tome of the TrvanU toM On'fircj aad
A1IENITfAM VOCX6KLLOK AT LAW, and that of an many twrr one* an tuny 1>e pic- '\ FROM 2 TO ," 11O11&E 1-UWEU. j JUM. lemons the following \aritics arc cultivated the alarm was given in tune to
cJ to til I on inc. _.t L14N.tIj 11R MAGKUIUiR. trunk rrquinng two men to :lembnca.it., The in T ngliah nurseries and in this country:" The and bring'outtaa*
in-is; c/n; FIJI, MlL* S. A. KATUN.sf".n Mutt ttMWvvwl Circular and t'liridit 8aw Uille, Gi i liti i iI V;. B. Jlar-hal fur baid I>Utrict.K. sue depends much upon thfl ago of th plant. bioad leaved 'Chinese 'fruit ,horses carnages The. firenadT m2 soak,
v < Cvrt jq 1L1. Hit, Affr.: I, l67.STE I MilL;. Su-'e.r M4U and all lltidi cifiLniug and I'tonta-' :SI Meaacngw. All the citronfamily aretiatma of the* w' pcar-ehapcdi rough headway before it was discovered that -
I thoogn
------ tion Ilachinery on hand and built to on]>*r. ed smooth leaved,'strippd gold, striped silvcr,striped number citizens, both m
-
--- - -- -- white and
I hafti B, Pullies. Leather and Kulln.r Inltm;, mer parts of Asia, though they hare been-lane threq.colored upright Avartcd and colored, were
A. A. KNIGHT.4on. V E N S HOUSE Mid all kind of Iron awl Woodworking Mucbincry.B3T" In Bankruptcy No 21 introduced into the WestIndie*, .the ,txx> Italian tweet. ; fruited-; soon on the ground, together with tbe-soldiaa,
'and Uallrwi-1 in ctutr, and LL SkTinalri detachment
Maehmery i-npiJics of the
fifth
II jr e' LAW f I'ovviuitiitrr in CttAJlCLRT bippvd at the k v-crt rate ( Dulfiit Cuurtofthe United Stales'for the parts of America, the'Atlantic ,Iski, tha warocr Of limos, London enumerates the following : every crt waa i directed-alone, 1rtiflg11
countriea of aaderm Britain .,Th.
51 23 25 and 27 Broadwij How York, Europe, Common broad leaved West India ''
weeping, fi from
o .coinmuniafit
Northern
.I District Florida. with
!-r1; of :
# ,1EAMqASAM' orange it a taller and moro beautirol lrw,ihaa and Chinese,spreading: soversl Tiiitifl*

CtommiBsioner of Deeds < (4Vp e AuiuiD8 la the matter-of Elijah K. I>ii kcr.. n, Bankrupt, Kortlftru either the citron or tho kmort.but .like..them Of shaddocks he.,mentions, the following:- buildings, which stood in" ;-'line between; th* '
:1 ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. District of Flonila.'d. i. has prickly branches in iU ..natiT conntry.The .- burning building and tna-vlainc :*nd. ..Iteautif -
: ThiK ii to notice that Common, rough fruited, largest fruited, and mansion
ifive
WATERKOILEK PIPES oiitlin 21st dny of'April,1 TAa so lately completed.
wdl ami ri klr kiiuirn to WA orange was originally brought frosx. West IndiL ., r ,
; wmraiitoJ
I I1OT6E
VRTHE II1I'ZUENT1TATh.5. TUB BTEVKJT8 w < Ituukruptcyj w.si Uened out of the The soldiet? and *
the traveling politic. The loealioo U especially auitaUe 1LVLS Dirtrict court of the roiled totati-g ,for the northern Whether it was originally Chinese fruit seems rWany of these tribes'-of-Ute citrus are -only with trill negro 'feBpeea I'wt Sea;
II W&firtfrtmpt attention ioett l> ut f K udrmltd iahtm, to menhante and btuitneM mca: it U tu cbwr proximity Uisti frt of Floiida, against the mtate of E. n.Dickenou, 'doubtful, as it ia not mentioned by Marco Polo distinctive their and cultivated a and.though tha>njTt npplyat.
'! It ,in TTctles in*11 the.Stit M fedrrml Court isFknJ to the buineaa hart oX the Uy-U on the highway of And all kinds of Brain and Iruii Fitting:,'1 uuU, A.I ., torfittaoi (Itt Hal: ,county of Matson.I ad4 district,who has been who is M circumstantial Jn docribing.all jhe. foliage am : water was from a deep well, jet bemgfavored.
travel-and adjacent to all' the adjudged u liaiikrupt ou his- England jnore for ornament than -forfroitPrvpagitioH wind
TV I the
and etern own petition which
BoutlKOT and Gas Fitlcr'a use.65T"The : That the by ,
r &,Ri In the B9Co rtef the United Stattnt -*, fortunately set -
: productions of that cowry.Yetthe Portoguose aw* 'from
of dui JT
-
Steamboat >u and te; : '
and depot any ftf ike dirt tribe.
delivery All
Railroad juiyment of tlwi'aorta
' eclkct alt cUimt rwn t tke railed Statet., principal Th fitertna bou* line liberal accuminodaUou far l lt and largest Bend apartment fur IAt.the uty, itud I beu/ngiii;;to nuch !tiukriU't, to him,or for any lila property use,and foutxl it there, and John Bell was told by 'seeds ;the buildings,the danger,was ;seea to;;W pest-
;7 1Mz: cTY, r; #li. orer SOD guertf-$t Is well fnnilabed and powaw every at grratly) retlnced j-ricc-o- Price I the trauvtur'ofiuiy proitrrtv) t by him are forbidden'iiy. one of the 1tiaiio artea that the tret was tiilletanding maybe propagated by cutting layers, aS soon as the roof and walls fe'l in. .
modern Jvprnteegejil! for U.c'corifcr i4sl( e teitainment i law ; auq tlial u mct-tiiy ol'tlH- creditor. 4 said Hank aad grafting or budding. .In general it may be The fire is generally thought to
of iLl iainatr*. The room* W spajjou*and el)$%- jitiU-1 EW 311 fl..1RMTURPENTINE j I nipt tu pfove their Jeble, auJ to choose one ormoio a.- at Canton,:.from which tb seed was observed that citrons, lemons, shaddocks and ;natcd from the have org -'
ted-prorUUd with na and vatu.-Uie aUenaaoec U | eijfneoa uf Lbs ectute will bV held at A court of Bankrupt- taken by.the Missioijiiarni and sent to PortagaL limefl will'bo found easier budding pipe of thehostl r,who'is knowm.
1 B. E. FERUY, prompt and r*.i>ectful-and the UMe U Kcueroualr provUeU STILL, I' cv to bo hotdrn at JackoAnnll, Fla., in the office uf The first distinct mention of the..orange it ,byQIC propagate' by to bo ia ,the habit of smoking while frA'rg
wrrti every delicacy of tt "ewtn-at loolfrnteno i:. F. Dewey, l before T. W. Oaborn. .E*|-, Register inI than the orange' hishorses. '- -
i iTtt f Extra Heavy Bottom, I Uaiikruptcy) for Raid district, vn the 2 H.b day ,of May, Aral Itfi'notieod by Ariconna;and Galessia Of.the latter the Mandarin, sweet, and myrtle | Total loss
: ATTORNEY AND COUNBEULOR.A.T *tooiBB baviilg hero rtfumuhol nd irnvrated, TC 1 A.D. IWS.nt 10 o'clock, a m.AkKXANUKIC (in vrhbee Traits dn Citrujj, published, at leaved ate the meet difficult to secure by engrafting about 1 including a.lot of corn i.ndId

P IA.-W. are enabled to offer extra f.aelhttei fr the lomlort end All complete for Sale muck below cost. 21 U. 8. Maobal U An RUDER.IK Paris in 1811', the 1i&tOryDfPIis fruit was carefully ; tho China, the bloody and the boxed ? 000.-Jt/erto* Gxttc.
for said
DUtrkt.I
. pleasure wf our cttt* i l-uilt to orde and Dl'rillrrs fitted traced ttaU that wheu the Arabs BIT itia.ftcrnoct4- A EATTLESXAKX.--
I 30 COURT STREET OEO. K. CHASE A CO., El.Btin of all iizee Mea.engvr.Iii ) penetrated leaved seldom fail. Sweet lemons, forbidden Wajnejdar
out at the loTt-at rate to.India, tliej- unthe.. tribe last week,Iff. Joseph- If.
iE44 4MM*. IropileU orange fruit and all the above-named coarse aorta will Msrrm
-0--
: HAM.FINANCIAL. theroiarthor in the..interior than.Alexander be found to from and to while examining some grape cutting*inhivsp.
I:VERY KIND OF I Bankruptcy No 37. grow readily cuttings,
i I !! !ri7 WSCI4LAEQV. had advanced. X oj brought them 6t*a thence make handsome trees. Oranges will not grow table garden, was' bitten on" the hand bj t

. : PLANTATION ACHiNEU, I Uutriet Court f the United Slates forth] by two routes: the tweet one*now called.China readily from cuttings*and are best propagated I rattlesnake, which was afterwards'found''to-Jba
oranges.through. Persia to Syria, and .thence [a small snake of the large kind
: by budding em seedlings of the -sour or bitter- havingettlf.
-. jomsr CLARK, ngbCB.Hor e Power*,Grut Mill*,Agricultural Imple- 4"w tltt-rH District of Florida.In to the sKorea of Italy and tho Sonth.of France; $wet rarities. growing trees in the nursery two rattles. -

I Wil. LEDWITH & Co., FultWAIWIG AICDWHOLEtiALE COIMISS1JN MEIL2IIANT lowest menU of ntca.every cription in tore, and for ale at the the matter of W. 15. Wimbcrly, Bankrupt. Korth- and the bitter orangosv called_ _'* iu. the commerce ttak,your beds about three feet wide in a good Mr f r"n c
: era District of Florida, f. n.Thixiitopve of Senile by .Anbia Egypt the poison from the wound
-1)- t iMiticc. that on the 11th Uy of April, ; England orang ,; oil and well and deeply pulverized; plant the and sent for .Dxs
Exchange and Brokers .. "DEALER ISruovieioice. COTTON 01K8AM lb6S, a warrant vf bankruptey was-L.siueit out ot the and the north of Africa and.Spain. ,At
I Money Gfl CERI} HAT, UKATN ) i District iimrt of the Unitr Mates for the Northern time theproploof EaropBfiiitrisited.te Zeyant ia row a.foot apart, six inchxa apart in the rows tongue bocame partialljr,paralyzed,aiillur" -

UQUUUH HEOAllti,Icc., Jtc. I I district of Florida agniiitit ilwestateof B. WJmbjrly, in great nu lwr thsit 45, d Wg the crusade aad aboat an inch deep, the ground should be speech indistinct. j ', -
ot Ncn ruiisvillf, of Ahichna, in said district
I 714ftrvrntz RAr.sTRLr, county Ha
; rOR TEL \TEBTIIUK fetr.AMtU. I | for thei delivery of JSyrU.from t. .dominion of was treated freely with Amnion
.ACEKT COTTON PRESSES who baa been iKljud wl iUiibrupt on Iowa petition i carefully weeded/and in dry weather kept moist, first
'
4 WILT. :ix' t, CjT AV.. Ihwd'a Wharf. JaeluKmvillc, n hi. that DIP (payment uf any tlcbU an4 Ute ikilivcry of any i tha Saracens, the orangea 'were:found to,'1)9. with this attcnm/at the end of three years the and afterwards with.Brand/,and in the ;cottrsr

t C. 'w4i, lane 16 tf_ he Ilei.. ., property br"l6ftciiijtu( I 'I the forbid-
'---- -r---- anfl by hunaro
: ? ; vats tratssA.fatiy projterty
:. :Utt : den by law; mid that u nut-tins of.the creditors of raid reality cultivated tther. rranbe ,.and; the tifck in the trunk. They-should then bo set toms were past, and no ambus 'appreasosiocv
L. WARHQCE, MCCARTHY GIN EVER MADE bankrupt lonr< vf their lcbt v and to choose one or beauty and exccllpnco ofjthcar&uiU,; iiatanllycau outdaring tho winter months, in- the orchard felt for has safety :and ia a fow'days every5 m -

: I i11)tiTI COXUlHnuNlaiEBClIAST the '. more jiwJsm-csi of hi*estate, HI bo held at a Court of the :adTcatnrers (w'woj.-y) when to stand and bo pUasent cflect had paascd away,and he aUr
Boutht-ni
I Ari.xEn AAD OESEUAI. > with the T*}tor, aylc, Dron n HIK new Bankniirfcj- to\K holdcn tit Jacksonvlllci Fla., in the they are pU&tctl twenty WM
; PrrrKii with) Kii inc and with.; natural Jnitoty j and Jiot, to resume his business.-R,
Craven Suw.Glnn, Cotton ufflc4) of L. F. ferry. before T.V*. ttebora, Kj.,1teg- conversant ? & OTlwmty-ATObeap| rt each way.. The follow- \
MA r ST K TJJ.CtasOSrJLl[ t t'LA. i., lowest Qortcroircr mtw, an
I SAVINGS BANK cuzsrnaxTh auuiuip '\i yi J. B. rUMJHt, cf May, A. D.Al.KXAXDKU lSWJat Itf o'uhick.-A.MAORUDElt, .. I M ircrpindiMWM to the seventh year-.(from the aced) they will begin to M sunk.in SL Marys nver;rlondA, at-the;be-

Will i>orcha for partis I"(be cmintrjr nil ahklv they |",3-tL: 47 IK7 Street, New.Vwk. City. 1; 2t "U.t K, Jtar hal, (orwrid I..IiStAiCt.anger.. country, qnd foimed'' t, pwfeqa'of upgloriet ofthxjloly bear, at lourteea years they arc m full bearing ginning of the ware and, afterwards railed and
.I TE ATIJNA FJ1EE1)MA eAvi: ;S AM* sw,,at the Iwrwl market juiee. : Land. The! f blettof.Cw iprofiuoe and continue to bear till at least fifty yean of sent North' has Icen elegantly and beauiirallT

o-)7 ., ; i- I writers; and the.ambj aitycf thidtacripti; .of age, and.BrobablyLmuch longer. la, full,beoriny fitted up and put irt n at las order, aad wiu
; i uuarOFFICKw5HTSGTON ; F W SA LI vcgeUblet in holy writ, helped,further to con thousand soon arrive at this
MJsT I (' iktm sill pzoduco at kas one. city to, be placed on the laaa
JOHN (JARIW | Bankruptcy No 32. firm this As the 'were of the between
opinion.
oranges hand
: Y CONG55.CWAL oranges iper ycar;"aid.some: trees have been Florida. &muuillkr2>jrtfn -
form of apples' and the color of gold, it did not known to prodoce regularly two thrco thou
United Xlaies the or
: \Ditrid Court -1/16
,IK O MAXUKACTUJIEH OF A DWELLING HOUSE f of. "*,-for4' require much, stretch of the .unaginatioa to sand. The faces, unless the land U rich, should Jaekso'fl1 1i1i ;

I TILE J3ANI : IN riLtU EXOINE iAW-MTLU IGAtt KOL Nortltern District of Florida..lu make them tie golden apples. of.the Garden of be manured.. .At Ucnoa and -Florence.the best -

AM> BliAPS CASTIXOP. (- OXi Tti- Hosperiloa. "ROL WDTXEi: >DA.TA" .
J Street where JElLS, 1UOX I the matter of Jonci E.Young Bankrupt. 'Xorthj opmeeearowina strdhg yellow clay soil and are ZDTTO f ?
: M ocatcdouBay :.wxaosrir- FLA. i SOUTHWJEST: j vru IKstnct of Florida. a. a. : There it certainly. evidence to.ahciw: ; that saanured annually. At Naples the soil is lighter Tar STOLES.-On SaUrdaynIgII&break j,"

: he Igt4.I Fcb.3u6;. If ./.UlUKNEn MF CEDAll & DIJVAI/ This U to give notice, that on the,Jlth day of May,. the orange was known to the tncjent either sad .Volcanic origin* .A rather moist soil'oodoeet belongingto J.P. UraceweQ was stolon peex.th

I bit Ifl.ed. all .(flie IMlax**nJ i&p.. .- 1 j ISCh District, warrant court of of the Bankruptcy United 6tatcn.was, for Issued the'NorthernKUtrict out of the EnropQ o| Pyriq; bu tt 'iq mu tademon*. ( a ery juicy fruit:but one that will not FloriJa Jlonae and totm tsJifciJy

J W 4qoft rcIA.Wt.aI( 2M n.M reoieJ.L TRANK S3IITH, Agt. i Lot 6 ; in Block ,54k' of.}'lun&1a, o alust. the onuto ef Jene KVouuy strr tQ thai we qic indebted.' ori tha .first knowledge --keep,'and therefore not sr well adapted for esportotioniu limits, whce itras-byhaownca.ujbe

rt WUO'AiSta 1 ::1 ,- of Lake City, iu the county*f Colasibia, ia of it ta tim Arabs, bowith'tbiraat: *tapropagato fruit raised on a drier soiL [ flowing day,mmus the corttents *,

L aT1t,S tger.I -*. : 1EiIr1: .or; That aid ilLlrlct tjipTiavmeittraTany,aUju.ijpil a bankrupt debts and,WrTlw thd dunrery own petitions of the religion the Koran,, wera also Says LoadonThe citrus tribe, ia their wild
Saaiws9 Bkckf any
1
I 11 : Io. I. 1OUNSON.veM11ab,1Sd3. I rotfrty belonging; to such banknrpt.to orfbrfctrnae anxious tocxtend: Itho.dTantag "jr. : w* \ ; I and tbc Uraoaltir ot'ny property by him,are forbidden turd an&adicino..iwe t orange.whch woods [we see eur>ild grOves ilorida in similaraitaation -. of four started from hero in a sail io t for Jian- -
! 1i ItKAL ESTATK.at JACKSONVTLLE: FLA.TJA8l by law; and that:a meeUns of the.creditors, of aldbaakrupt that "'
introduced aot jpetJoB and
( forests
]
-.1 -to proTp'their debts. ansi to chOose 'one or hey WM atriddy .on themargin-of darin Before rhbe Marsh Tbinj;op- .
I, 41 FLORIDA Bl KcanJarrivnjjnacon{ 6Mu a 4 tiliuul JAVID G. IOVE ,> more awliencM of fete mtatrwill be held at the court of which haa KHC*been a.flsdthE fiP.J orange, aad nflcemrOyM sttch. places aro.a good deal pestle the cily:a sudden squall cait the to *- -
U. Aera..ltrM 1'erk and Ham,.JaPI..JInttcr1 and bunkt uulor to beholden at tfockiHmrUle,.Flavin the of.: and which Tiffjqr thainaao AM bean introdoo*, shadpi It is also found ia this country (Eng- seL Fortunately tho font managed

Cktc flak anil SjckmlUfcarrel Iientng,1fc>*ad Java,feaUbMwtaai CoSre,Tea,eklu.Itrukm Vod aad GIUJCEU'AND COMMISSiON MERChANT fice term of bankruiitcy L F. Dewey fijr, before aatddiatrkt T. AV.,Oibora on the, tiu 20th'day rcgi-of ed into Spain and Portocal a w lV-M BfcMichtwil'i -. landthat) thor leaves are of.the deepest green their heads above water ty dinging to th bot.r

lifi rdm&sd BopoiL tBd BoHrboa'aadllectincd 'Whiskey, May, A. 1>4 Issi,at lo o'clock, tn. aad' p.Uysp J tbntta .ulcitj and the when they are partially shaded, eithtr by the torn of the craft till they weraxaKBcd by aloai

vfckii an ofiuml by the Mckase only. t TJAY fiTEEKT;JACKSONVILLE ;FLA. ALKXlOfDEU MAGEUDEH, Tai adjcs ;Jt ut ralhauta orings which wafknoxnx ooasknc&m.of the; house orby; being p2ItCd from theU.fll, schooner NotrpareL '. .

IL U &ttnI JLjaw Kor.UHf UKTTM I.)tcIsri1ITI4OIIn4& VdTX.. Y, W, jut -U.* 8. Marsha* -' !'Mesl for aatd ngei.District In. Paly Moro Vaaca do"Cfivsi.awWedOt&lCape oa'thfl north side! of, trooa;.of taller growth,than _

** .i_nr Tri*_"..J'1' Ifrf'JP tcf VVi" n ii-a **. **"iiia!!i' -
i FBABfKLIH DIBBUB Sarannah,U. ; .v ** -> reached India they fcuaittooraego&6e, ftaA aK experienco as.tk.hortieuUnrist infeil ... rrj.LTho' itopromnta ngaUa last. !* '.

if H7-:! ,tHZpA.o '. '.a 9 ip-->**tSMccgoneaioy AIM ia CbJai: ;'which-was' isJWr/'fcii"IC h I Btatoxoatoedjh iaW aa>nreparabla one, day was earned cut by's' > 'sqtadwa of SCOBB

I 11'' A1EI M PUVT. 1 rtor NOTICEMF APPOINTMBNTI: ,time by;sealnlhoflidjr pattC ifaeetixtory. 'I&on| t well of growing cranetretunder the : tightem loop aid catg&iiu.->JJaaBg
4a4LI4.. tLa' of St 5Cofeerin inctho4aQuld the competing vessel the
< .VAlthcjogh o *og : tibedo OUI1i5.kLI1JALthis: re- *iraro Jenny .Bes o,
II Ocean ad iy Kin*' Yro1uce p4zTbL or MmiMa ta aaUi or ,.uppliie :ti*. IMeVMrict' O uref'an\ K SLfor ;I the Azori''arenowthp bcet that;ajsto''bflsa ; Thnirauch moare. space, tnoioatt'ruifroia Golden cricket; 'MM, Artful Dcdgwy *"

L L .MreZia,1p4. W1"'IO C.B.ihUu. w inn at&tt ofUtsir7 owdc 1&DaSikntpt 3To 9d&M; Bt76 eaaisatto mo'o' him M; to itsptactical; ad* \ > aeeiiclr. r4yKsttoa'M d- -

4- 7p1 r ; Cabiiiet inenriuounozg w el& Tho course wu SOBWto thres asalMi
Zf whom U msy.acnoernTbejtn4crstgnoi i benby- _
I. Jr HaUTWiX nilAlJaaM4iwJuiaWi B. F. iirpthis1: -1 1r rlvwi ootktt of hU appolntmetrt M assignee 'of Henry.tent there rxfrtuPm-tH jpOT'i MS M>W*" 'I II Hfcrea; Pbilip't Point aad'Rturi ,'
i3Sg8Sffi3BP
,< noowdcot of 'Archer,"Alidroa ecmrtyi.aa4 State-ttf t& fr tjtraed fe rsal itaneraBy'lttHaj tho
1t. ta sja aLm ii crEzI. Florida,-withta.$ldIdIgtrkt who-has-bant tadjogedILmkrn svf I w oyigiuty a.t'by Fnaee,>b we %, yackt, :JennyBcsBe,was i '
'4 ? ;-t1 -4kJacL thase&.f-: ?>;. :M othcra j tocond earner JaV.Faircaieri
= -3SiiasiKa JAzoWm1 VL.LqtG.tO M4ItW14U stroet* 8gOrI beB4AbW$ u Mt'ta uillhang--oa-th f tr 'for Goldax ""lcfbtheX.i

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1iiiLthi., If JacTTsonrille can.esccror -oven .equa\- V \ Stato, do recommend to Iho articles:_ of impeadbmoti:-''- against Andre*' !:rxrui. PISFATCH fo TIIK vsiox.] I. 'i i

Savannah ia these essentials, then Jack cnlturar| Bociation8 to -* and askoadm 'feh&had occurred to 'tzIiI1AdO ONVEIT1ON. L/'irt orfr
placing Oteir lan(5s at his his _
sue views since ttafejwl! carried out 's

sonville will enjoy the trade she covets; ctua1ac e ;' to tho best .of their utility. He has not Grunt *UttCOlfnzNomliiated. .&moantipciit1oZ2................ : 4.- -

*thiy; so. ises.NO but so long as she lags behir$ $ jlonj|' yoO Sevoril members ot the'1 $atioo l r' 'i : May 21, 18G* TA.ZkJLL-O4' lLellrd1 1ty J ;p7ler of City Mar- S A. x> to C r. x. e1cp. Sunday

-J-- Executive *-Comiittee "to-day roj Convitlo nominated the-: ... .......... 20.00
: as her stocks small and : | yrhi lay aaof '- .
are. he uMa- ,
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oof, to writing tho-Wmarks of .Mr. rsnda .tA1L& '
notice trill b* taken j&f ennoymus; commanicAlioju. lie" eaid ij-.ocaru s fho Republican party in |heCOTJinlpfclactitoi ggi- in-tsban1iii:;blocks,Ial -
capital timid,.and her merchant lasfFobruarj when anything .................. 1J..A) cLosE
., JThc namVJind: address of the writer fr "fj? 3|(* *' l t ts BatotU<> party-qr country, wWah did not 'yi S.'Gft nt for President arfcfSchuylcr TLw brtrt furttier'lmslnejw .
ing in enterprise and venture so'long la'y the Andrew"Johnson no Council adjournedJOHJf Dntai Lock p uchc toTfnr T rk, Wa1
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"mart bo given as 'guaranty.of good faith. is recommended by this meeting imp'eachment of Colfax for VicerPrcsidcnt.Vu CLARK, Mayor.
,,/ will Savannah t ko her trade and done in \ain. They ask himwhat new II. K. Hoi MO, Clrtl of Council. Savannah
Wo cannot undertake to retnrn or away bers> who are to compose the & New York' and WashiatoD TcwUI Csj-
preserve
if any, ho has since had. Butjt wjLJt w'V d T nah s -l)4ieT, .'ji 4.H !i fl
whicb."aro not usod.REMOVED. swallow-up-hcr 'ojlSSSpaHaJ failisanL.o.D. ; Tiiiiorlniit tfoncessiom 5O Lake
comn\unctSbn8 coninierciftl-rights.-Gttr "chosen t'o cast City.Oa&uviIIeYema1aa-f1orWaEaj
lily next,'tor the of --7 fof JIr7 FdwlcF"has Ha (cru Uirltlou of (he Union Pacific.
citizens know what is purpose lot with Audrow Johnson, for icasons ; vo : thqr jiitnteiblo icmaiks An
tI-r - wrong, and they Association.By ; Copy following annoucccmDnt from' Yush Dgtr suflicicnt fo himself. from American that the Military Committee of the Ho'use'of DkTh. 8,1CutLtr > m '
tho
have Wen shown-the remedy. 'Let tliom Jlr. Wcstcolt, of Madison Philadelphia' Step by step Kee VYDAt I411I5114 p. .

Tke aOiXIMMyg1 office of' M"the*1*'.FIJOMDA v-* *r.r m Uxioif- .. has take Jxold ,with the same onvr"nnd JBM torff4 Pkfk"uounty ugt Kicracy mbr re-tn 1lpibtfcnn'prtfldulLs. = rcport favorably on tiLe application for aid ma Jobv to a, aI .
be to tho Union be formed in the several being dclngoliJh k tiers, i papers and (Iclc- Tho Jvttntal of Uvmrfve a leiMing! Dem the Eastern DivisJcAr? generally known the
p. jxmoypd .Building ad
good judgment which planned and carried from their old fricnd all icpiuliating and '
hall bo to arouse the interest of ocratiu paper of New York has become liberal Kansas Branch, of tho Union Pacific Railway,
oa ihe aonth ado of Bay between Pine out the initiatory movement to matter of vital their present rtnirse, until they aio that the
so importance cgtlhegt&uad eavjng
bonsithcr .' enough lo bellow suffrage/ under? qfftaiii ires- jtojho govern > The rhcapvut,gafcut'anJmv ot.co '
and Inufat Streets. make themselves master of the situation he world the induc n6ntsi i very L tri tions to the colored far rncnt in the cost'of franapxrftdtion off stores fJe' I.ug to any part of the UMIe4 8tatiss. M by the
actual settlers and immigrants( Mtt. VAN -VMMCLlVft. OWN ION'. < man, having got so the garrisons and troops on the propceeJ.routo !'utal Money Order ptcn* w in operation at this

-- .- -'- k-.f ," and they \rill:soon Mve little,reason duce a systematic and regular, Last; night, Senators 1I nJricJcs, henderson as qualified negro suffrage, let i it no\vr step into 9uld in tuii years moro than equal tho total c Urder tiQ wariflLuaI0Ji15irera ; !

<:..:\ : NOTICE to complain themselves or 'their rioiida.. ** Trnmtmll spent two baum with Mr. Van the Republican rukn nndcr the blinrier'of fim- amount of assistance asked for;' and 'this fact >' on rante,4i< ao'uij it)t.ta

i l oJ5ttW r>t> :r JJy: Colonrf Girardeua- and induced him in destroy the opinion partial sirffragf, jiu t and e-qual laws for all men, | being supplemented by the, intelligent cxptcajsion (7
neighbors. The merchants of'Middle nth article of General Sherman much t had written in favor of the oleu very ;
We,8ond out Uiia week a largo number1 of bills JicsolrfJ, That the thauka without restriction .
effect to bo most evidences
same seem
t gratifj ing -
to do-
and Western Florida will need' with their assistance ho prcdarofl one
for utqidsubsci4jion. We send them as notices :soon from the various counties. f- Iho his in \oting acquit. Perhaps tho most significant indication of that tho piope>se-d measure will pass Congress

"to Bfibscribcn that tho terms for which they their fall goods ; the planters,'will soon lently due and arc hereby"por coureo tho future is tho fct and.taken deliberately by the without serious ,opposition. We havo" hereto.- !
the Hoard of Trade and.citizens CHIEF Jt'SIICK tIrAb.E Journal of Commerce in favor of qualified negro fore urged upon'onr representatives tho' great

have paid up.have expired, ami. in accordance have this year's crop to dispose of. for their liberal open Senator Grimes to-daj, und fcj cnt sudiagc. Sonic weeks ago the Journal told the national importance of this movement, and after

with our rulee.'tf they desire to renew their subscription What will Jacksonville do ia order tosupply Jn the aflcrnoo'i'the.extension time with him. He was assured l y ilr. I 'Dem >cratic leaders that their platform was entirely the absorbing topic of impeachment has been ,tfibj&DpfKlV/,

r that if ho needed to-morrow, ho tOO narrow to attract the independent tL ispoetI of, wo earnestly trust that no time will
,"they"must again pay in advance A the first and to obtain the last ? to the Chattahoochoo was was Two fctikpa Krit *y7p. f t Uo
certainly ho !able to Li taken to the (Sen conservatives in numbers sufficient to insure bo lose bcfi rc'thi4 subject is akenlhold- add Van! AB4 ifeJguixftt* biVal*fai
neglect vto dp this'will bo construed, a notice -Set her to do esting speeches were made'by and that it bo in
must
success enlarged certain
begin something jiow* properly adjusted.'o believe that the company I ing the summer mouth. binglo roomti.Ad.ircss .
.. to etppln) f apcr, and will bo acted -tjpon acconlmgly. Colonel Wliife, JlessfSw S LE17IL 111051 riiiLiF.tiiiuv.Stnator important particulars before it will bo sufficient ask.bntjfoi? fifty.million of{ dollars, n4 Tcu"arBor 197 r, u.

: dxSau, Huling. and 'others;' support a victorious organization. Itetuni- although that may seem a largo sum, yet a little
t + The acquittal 'of' President John' then recommended j .to i tho Fcssenden is showing around tu-d.iy, hog to Iho charge, the Journal now argues in reflection will readily,prove that thp invest t :FLORIDA' #

.. :,: :-T--: son which flamed out in on over-hasty from some parties in riiiladelphia, who favor of an aflirm.jlivv; nolicy n the rju ntjon 9! rttnt would l o n most profitable ono for the _
Jacksonville Board of Trado. that ho has into the metallic busi
.TOJMJBSC1UBEIIS.Vnlon.
: as gone negro suffrage. country. There anj att present, WQ think, six
Sem.WeekI7 extra, issued from tho office1 of n care \as invited to submit" his, ho might give his old friends .1 chance to It proposes, 1iIL part -oflh, $ Dt inoci
the less Democratic cotoinporary,last Saturday to the Boawl.Hon. '. .: a trade, and wanting t<* know'how much creed, the extension to the black race, through ditfe-rcnt points ou this suggested line now'bd- ..- Mt A .T TdIJW
During political campaign, vhich has just would like to hivo ; that thenwas more Slate legislation, Of the privileges W nfFnrgo'nndcr yond Iho i&uh of railroad facilities, and which OFFICE IN 1UE Fq

clesod/wo have published the UMOX as a pemiwcckly turns out to be simply his escape IlarsHoii Reelittd, out than iu thr* tn-aswry Ik-paitment. cotam restrictions as to cither or both of have to be lroviolod with all their supplies byth :1 -' I 1' C'

the extra 'issue from conviction the eleventh I'1, says this missive H sigiiod by three well[ the qualification of property nwl education. This < cxptiisivv tedious
; Bending gratuitouslj- by one vote on -"-Shortly after the ? very : andcxjcedipgly: ye Union Building .
Citizens of I'hihflflphia but lie will not is tho that has been
same platfoim foiwrudin
put tern of n tranbporfadj>n and "tnia'is liable ,
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our subscribers. With this week tho gratuitous article. The consideration pf the in 186-5 Harrison wag :2* >. TTm '- r-
Walkcrf lh 'ii: naTiits at loresent.IE1tONAi.. I various parts of tho conquered Slates by the to frequent interruption from Indian hostilities.fn 0 ,

publication cmds,' but, AS many of our Mends other ten articles is postponed to. the2dth :'catly-bcca elected; tmdcrthe' .. Democratic party,, moro us a mallet of ;neiesfiity this ono matter akn tho-jgovcrnrowit ia 2 TL'oaiDk
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have nrgod.UB: to continue the semi-weekly, wo Acts of Congress, $s .ip than of choice, and with a view to securing yprly involve iu an outlay far exceeding tho

have-mid* arrangements by which we can ac- inst., and -wo trust that tho.greal in.tho Jacksonville Senator Wilson is in New Voile, but i is ex the black vote for the Democratic ticket. some interest ui'Oii the sum they are now solicited to ,.(1 qPkTATION

eomm'odaio-our'subscribers with cither question will then be finally'settled.], 'published ? to return to-muriow mom 11111g.thNni1nO's of the declarations of the Journal are too im- guarantee. Nor is this'the' only* advantage' to
a weekly ;andcomplimentsjy : j poitant to bo passed unnoticed: from ,
bo derived the opening of this rood. Every
J or a eemi-wetOy, or both, as they may c'hooc.t What may be tim final result of the ";; t : ''OOVEUJ.DK DAttri s. ; vicv. "We have no hesitation in Baying, frankly, aero of government land which will thus bt I .-: TIMBER TKACTS, AND

t The SZSU-WFEKLT "P ios will be issued trial, it is"impossible to, say, but all inn "This distinguishes gentleman When Senator llcndc-rfaon gave to lei'rcsent- that between instant unqualiGud nc-gro s'urfrage opened tj seUlomt-nt immediately asshmca 'a ALLKINDS OF CITYEKOPEirrr,

fr every Wednesday and Saturday( morning, as at dications to gular unanimity; has been teCluig bib lcitr which was published and ontiio denial to the race of this privilege vastly increased value ; new and thriving communities
point a probable acquittal; hgztraey tof the State ho told him that ho knew there would we would greatly prefer the latter. It would be Spring up along the whole line of the

,:' present. t Subacriptiou'jTrice $3.50 per annum. and such nu ending will not surprise us iu her polltical-historyj was a majority of over two-thirdsagiinst the se far mote humane to the blacks thoSrn 1ves. We road, immigration; ia encouraged, our'national

ThWTBktv tlwiox will be ispned every if it will It much disturb us the hom'c' of 'the immortal Clay, article, and tluco or four majority against I do not object to uartatiiulod suffrage without greatness is festered, and the return forth out I- ESTATES OF NONBE.IDENTSIANAtED

Thuriday ralng. utsciiplion; 2.iC j J'T annum. comes, nor principle* he inherits llis eleventh that the Pi'undent has agri-ed to regard to color because wo have any fears tLatj lay mado is above computation. '

'* $ The conflicting accounts from Washing war ot the Revolution and of ; in a new Cabinet as soon as ho is acquit tint black man will tyrannize over tho Caucasian It is folly lo expect that with, BO vast a country'as ? AISTT4tcr1
1r ; Lei of from all Iho members of vvhuh to bo I and set himoclf in or TITLES'FIJKNISIIED.
ton too unsatisfactory and too diverse Congress aw Itcpub I up as paramount the land. Ours one through line of railroad to the -
If any of our subscriber?, who now take tho are Washington in'March, 1820. well known, and in Lorn the country I From this it would seem that, sooner than Padifio would mett even the present wants of -.- '0

4 weekly flteirc to take the somi-wcykly instead, to afford any basis upon which tofoTii emigrated to Florida in 1837, I| confidence; that ho will cease bis opposition tnfianchiso the blacks in a mass, the Journal tho American nation alone ; andjivhcn in a'Mi-

they can,jay tkq email difibroace o\ the 6ubBcription an intelligent opinion of tho real ately engaged jn the practice 'of the Reconstruction laws, and allow the Sou- would prefer to disfranchise them all. It is, lion jo this wo consider the vast trade which bytheso' ISTo Sale, !NqA Paye
lio :was elected to the first State J States to come quietly into iho Union un thcrefoic, not a matter of printipli with these very roads we are bound to control upon continuom MAP of the- ST..JOIt'SVALLZT.

ar.d bavo, their. nanios. transferred nrcoHia'gry. -' condition of affairs andfrthe probabl! mode Chjurman of the ; ,tho present Constitutions, And will ho dis- j Democrats) but rather of partisan policy.. They th i Pacilit, vvo wonder Iblflhcr ftl ildlbhesitation XX trym the month of the river to lake Hamey canoe

'' of events. Wo aro neither but. rotfgiied his, cat after tho his patronage a$ to prutc't those v\ho now i i have found by experience that their hostility to in *> patent a ncces'rity. 'Already' by our MCII at cmr office. J\l maps aadpUluof propertj-
tendency '
pre J5i8 he wn$ electedn mVmbcr him and that and shall the enfranchisement of the colored has for salt1. &c., le. Info matknrcrmilud an application
We AaJllulin.to make the semi-weekly UMOXj. peace c&pcrity race arI connecting lines of steamers vvo are beginning I cither ptreonullr or by letter. -
reliabto cpouiHXU.J worthy of the pared to admit nor to deny the charge ana againpacc4'at th1i 1 rci'non his boing let .done." This, I raj ctl the whole body of that race on the Ke- to absorb tho greater portion of tho China and I L. F. DEWEY & CO.

newspaper, of and which Committee. Tn 18O ho Mr. Ilentk-rson imaku\\ our vote very publican: side, and given to the latter the very Japan tnnlo, and the jjcodibr quicker !, 23 tf O-A Keo?; Mato Breton*
improvud bi inobs prospects of JacksonA ille, and corruption treachery are and srjnot} ant ,.____ __ __ _
tho1andofficc, j This has boon ieilu( < fl tn writing leverage it so longbought by which to move the moro leliablo nujiris of communication between -

the improing condition of our State, and sliallfj. so freely brought against prominent "Re- hj( was nominated by the MeClurg, and is ill the ha Ja of Parties south. Tho Dc-moerats who hold with the Journal our western and eastern coasts is most sensibly

jouolabyr cr twno in its publication noc.sarit publican Senators; nor do we really and though this Democrats had j are disposed to aMvrtain tu what extent prcotnt the alternative ot a pioperty or intelligence fc-It' With two, or even three t/r four, completed NEWPIRM.
I 2,000 votes in the State, ho i can bargain and trado with 1'reitlciit qualification or of total diairaiichiiOnitnt. lines ot railway vo should CnJ the increasing
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znootthent iu'rcmenU of
our rcailing, profess to know whether, under present by 300 votes. Tbis'was the-ori! !j pn the score x$> his acquilt.il. The} shrewdness with which this was tiallic equal to the accommodation.> ;

thinking, and vuiking public. The vecklyI'MOS circumstances-whatever these circum sustained. In 1858 hd[ was j calculated if worthy of contemplation. The Nor should there bo any delay fn grarrting I UTE V Y* interior take this, ami method the public of ioiormlng generally oar, that fcicndi wa-havtformtu lie,

Vrjllcontain nil matter of impoitancc &rinlcroEt gistcr and-without opposition" A Xctv Pjirty.C1I.VSC great bulk of the freedmen at oncennablo to this pecuniary help. The company is now in I a copartnership under the name ot

1 : published in the scmi-w etkly. btances may bo--tho President's acquit bent fi-oTn the State. In 859 cud, and too j-oor to own property. Con- such a condition that they are prepared to build J. P. BRACEWELL &rCO. *

Our very *low ad\Trtising rates, united with tal or conviction will be the best tiling Associate Jnstice'yf 'the' ANt) THE rRUII>rNY. .se-quc-ntly this qualified suffrage would di&fiunchise three hundred miles of road within year. Their ,

: yepjrs by'the largefet1 Vote' ever The following Fjicciitl di jatch apj 'aud in j I nearly the wholo of'thern. frTho.-bulk: of Jarge force of workmen ia cow thoroughly dis- to do a'Gcneni Commission Duelneoe.I .
our lafge cfrt'alation, (the largest in the State,) for the nation. To us the whole pro man for any oflleoiii tho ; New Yoik Tinut oi l SatuiJay last. If llw I lie jioor whites at the'southarertin the-eamo 'ciplmed under competent an l skillful heads; I J. T. flaacxwzsslateofBell'lfle. Plorida.K. .

I makes the L'SioN the \ery boat advertising roe- cccding has been a puzzle and a won thflhigh: appreciation of.his condition. Tlicy own no property, and cannot should the tardiness of Congressional action I 11. ITKALCIOII, 6001 Uumcy flontl .
cal opponents. And now he stated thciein aic true, it will throw some uaJ. 1'ho Joui nat dots not to :Rarxa lo-Mcscru. JR Harris k Bra.JT Beegar,
; propose govern force the dihbandment of this
hum which metcluints leet.As
I ; our can 6 dcr and while it has not increased I carefully organised Eoq, .1 1.McF.irlin Mcsara. laidooou k Lowe. Quiney -
our unanimous voice of the people ti[>on tho singulir changes which have them by the same rule, for obvious rcuisons. construction no practical need be D1vn
man Ue
;-_ ---- - -r-- -_- -- corps : Messrs.Uiiu aige&o.; '!
4 ; admiration for the President certainly Lion which has torn up .the uried in tho a. itct of matters in Washing' They could be got ti veto thoDc-mocralic ticket, told al the delay, and indeed, the almost uttci i alIahaooee !amue1 t utcton, Monttcefl ; iidio..
Appears by a Bjvecial dispatch to social and political sysUms, and while! the blocks could: not Tho party must impracticability of getting it together _).. kbon, Madison; U M Jackson, Mesar J J PolUiU,
has not increased our miration to all aiound : again A. Co.,BcllTillc ; Iii!Manfw.R<1,1-ako CUy ; ILev.Ueurge .
former little further than this.
the Union? the Chicago Convention has Tiopcs lay got on a Having gotso even at an enormous expense. This is a view 1'uwcll,A J ruttall, =< .,Lake JeMuy, Oa.
like iliis Govcrrior iof the tt te. Th6 far ;us a qualified ne rs suffrage,, -let ill take of
14 Congress. A great State trial The most abounding ptihtiial intrigue c'r the matter which our legislators should reflect Orders enclorift? Caah will receive prompt attenlioo; ,,
: complete'! its work in good time, and sought, and it will, be 1 to the politics >f this <0111111)is now oni the next step, and go _for imp'rlial'sufTrage.1'Jacksonville upon attentively. The growing character I Stnct attention gires to the Balwofil j
should have been too solemn a proceed-J
: apparently \ritli little trouble, having ueswcrving in tegritywhich $ j among prominent ]politicians and I'lfifo- '- .' :--- ;: t qf the nation will imperatively demand the completion Kinds of'Couiifiy'Produde.
l lag to permit of its being turned into an:'his official and private career. iu this city and olswLtr'i. 'Iho chief c>f the work at some distant day, even ii;
I iiouiiuated in the second day-the first Jn his inaugural address in it Androw Johnson Piesiduit ol and Vicinity. ..,
What i ) are itfUc neglected now. Is it.not, Ui:n. a far more s-e will in
for ,
regular business day-General U. S. arena political jugglery. thus feelingly"alludes t&iih : '': United Sats( alift acquittal, and I'liicl- liberal ant far-sighted policy to enable the c&rrpany > sLting oI>ry G&o- ,.llaU aodCar, Coota and bhow,
&C..A-c,w hith We Will
should have been a solemn judicial; "Twjnty-oight age, I. i 1 Clia&c. Tho objf-et is tho formation of t lo-pioeeed at unco to the completion of Sj.I.liery
: f Grant for President, and Schuyler Col- I stranger, from a far distant. ( ( .1o'Lz'isn 1ACA1-\Ve[ have ecciTctl a 4
drama has been turned into miserable third party, and the ol.l feat of (General rant their work : We again urge upon Congress to Sell at -Cost,
this bright land a place where nominated at Clnc.iji >. Oa Tuettlay last, of Hoimrs* Southern Farmer and Market the assistance at
; : fax for Vjce.Pr sjdent. The nomination i! ; copy grant onco.-PM1rdcphia JY0/YA isirl .H ,':
political farce and save for the ,good tion to business, I'might earn ( Pratt ot said that <- ..-Irnc-4Az0. In order to change oar bu tJ
i I ovcinor Jhiryl.ui'I a I (.Lrdentr'nlolishctl by Holmes 15ook House, I';. JJRACEWEI.L fc CO.
of. Grant was a foregone conclusion I found 'herb. The -
people
' would follow, and that Kt'jio the week if YnionBui1dDgJaksonTil1eFtJ'COWING'S
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or ovil which come to the I Cliatleslt41 ;* C. Tbis is anti impiovitl
. may .nation hand and over since whether ; an ciilarge-l -
but some contest was expected over the out the country would bo ustonuJud by un
- ." therefrom, It matters little what the result adversity, peace or war, have change <>f Cabintt. I It I lus sinco tians- e-lilion, and contains a treatise on the ESTIMATES OF THE Ccmox Citop.-At a meet-
jog of th.j principal cotton dealers in Charleston
Yice-President. The selection of Col- :
bo. } that the I'ltJjidcnt has i-ccot! to scud in u cultivation of Cotton and Kite, bcj.ides a largf PUMPS.
last wcJc estimates of the
cotton
fax will : think may restatative, Senator, Rcgisler, u4tJ'U' Cabinet t>f Kepublic, iunucdiutely iftei n crop
is4a goo&onoind wo _' '_ amount of valuable information Jvr plan ivcr mado. Tho estimates from 2,200-
-A of the range
and Judge Supreme DR.f :
and to und out
strictly / WnlpQIt
adopt /
u meet with the approbationT'of the entire wayfc stood "oy, encouraged, carry I gardeners. > 1'rICtL.5(1( 1' *f t 000? bales to 2, 500,000 bajt* with a>fa wJteiio
Florida Election.. I j iwonslruction me-asm cof Congif Nni tkoHatier f
mates somewhat fl .
?ovt-r o1irCs
figure bttfcecu Ncaiai0a4 Otepn
their
approbation, more- i or Henderson last nitrhi btatf-d this arct-tnut f
;j PatY',: : Very few returns havo been received sincb our rewarded Six I ..
pf me.
> ; ; Ophir, bo a fact, and it is Ulicvui l yiKwd juds >fi.vSTORF.: .-Tho new f'um of J. P. lIAc-; -- : JACKSONVILLE; FLA,
iflsue of Katmday last; and thedistant counties they placed me upon the bench : \ bo (ono of the principal elements whe-icby :
Tho: New York Tribune has SPECIAL ''
which Court I fondlr hoped yrit & Co. have started in the gentnil Com XOTIGE. the duly appointed Agent J fothe ceIbntt dFwn'4, if
have not been heard from. What few figures ruy I strength and puwoi may bo given t<> ri .,of '
heretofore been an earnest supporter of have reached elo not alter tWii nuinljcrod; and'that the roiduo 1 Chuso's paity lo njil.i': it iuitudablo, and to I_ mission business aud Live opened store in. thf.'i ]>EU.>(>X3 tiVtJ ia raining early Fioit or Wgo- rue JuDKUMas 1.1WpAC -
us materially result *
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o' be in the calmer labors tjl.lc-s br the Northern MAI kite, wifl fhrlit to their O/SVING & COiirAXTSEszcA FALLS N.Y.Tht .
Chase ,fur thfc Presidency, and which '' spent ( | the Prcsidcnli.il; tin unii into the lluusp ,i Union I'uildlng, on Bay felrctl. 'llicy bavi'jix&t s.hanIare lo call on or Mrci-s ,
vestigation. But now; the j llcpiesentatives, if not to cuet its cat.dklale I j rccuml and offer for s.ile'a' large assortment K. C. CRAM, !** pumps have been wy Vpi Hppwea during"
has published -more unblushing lies Ilomcr Xi. L'lanlz, Eeputlk&n..w hoth w'c announced cord,having swept over the the icuplc. Thisinuvcnient exi etts tote Jntkjonvillc, ti,,,last ji-ar by patent altcrtrtioh* tiM wWluons,and

from the South written COXWAY as elected, to the Senate' from Lbj2flh every! -interest, entirely lo defeat General d'nuil by arraying ibclf .of hats, caps, boots, \c., and will givc- 19-1. floriola, they arc peculiarly Upteirto Flpr to mL ,Order find an
by will
and tktinoud of purrhung.
tcnx, and'nnrcotine the \cry the extreme Ita.lic.il th u.cnt iu the lie- Miicl iilttntioti to tKc sale of all ::1ttlcofeou, : --_-- --- poUched persons
--- -- of the
District,has been defeated,and IIr. lavi, ]1)ern.i it u:>their'lulTontagc to call and rice-the plate
; and others of that ilk-in the interest of pOjGlical edifice, they hdvd ] party, which, it is Ixlkvid will bo his try pm iilurSe aJvertiKiiient.r ; M UT hOIIQ LOG 1C : different atyles.Ja.ca'nviI1e,3La.

ocrat, elected. unanimous voice to prceido aa I support. Tho that the 1'rcsi- __ __* 23 ..a9ryy .
the jntnguing Chief Justice, has at last piopuMtKin I --------r.---- ------- | ? v y
the ebuilding of the temple. 1 i shall abandon i his opposil ion to Congicssi is r j( 0

abandoned its idoL The rso of Chase Agriculture and Immigration. are the mon -sensibly felt from I I j to ncutrali/o tlif j'uwecn dear, with GREAT BAIJGHAINS !

trial .and his advocacy honor has been conferred enough to make inroails upon it in lavt'rof I j I thit.f enthral the Union house, au in thelmpeachmont 1 On last the committees
Saturday representing $
without Uiet writing i of a movcment.Vhext the admiiu&tiution The tlnT'iiont' nuigtU a* fui.] >w*. .
is the f.ir ho considered it saf,
j picruUia, i< as '
> '
I.u\vifct ,d 7 A. iL CS. Iliviheht < SI41I
7; ,
of Johnson and himself has the Jackson nillc Board Traflo and thb4deia- *
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making a single-speech (
: | le-oiganizcd, its power and patioiiagowih I II but f'jmvl little with which to u-ward his vonluic. IL 2 P. M. 73. M. .
been too touch for his best friend and tions from other counties, met nt' th Council platform or a;party. i mel to enhanie Mr. Chase's prospt-cts. It; I j I- 'J I', ii tS. '> 78.Jltau -. General Comn1iIdTn.Mohant
j Governor Walker!s nbw not believed ho would Dunocialic 11; happened that a gentleman' had temperature fur tho week, 73. ., . ,
the Trib'uw; turns from him with room and organized by electing Judge DuPont, j' accept a I I '1 li'i 1.lroont-ter luu nuigt-d frow .3ojSO( to .AAIOQ.- t .4. _I'o.4 '
boon the r' *'
now hgqjaboutsi ; ; lookout for several for
'WbitnerkMadison but the fact that Mr. Yoorhccs and on nights just 'Amuunt of ruu during the wet-k. TiJO. ., I :No. 1 Hoeg
ofGaisdcn Chairman and A. C. -
disgust nd.h6ists the banner of "Gu vu rand ot vigorous heAlth :ef.rz other prominent Dcmociats openly j advo- I such visitors, and was duly armed and equipped ----- -. ._ -------- ------ -
iPi Secretary. A committee, consisting dress, and modest and his nomination is conclusive that a strong I JACKSOXTILLE, ILA, ,
to them had his watch and
1'-CC-IC given
1- Yjcroiur.- the up -- '-'--L1irTO1 LLFEK----
of George Damon, of Leon, J. Sanderson1, ofDuval poorest mayttfpprcoch support is at hw ce-uiniaud. Mr. *T
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t ,- '- : ), John Wostcott, of Madison; "VW O.rGirardeau rwi1t! tho proudest twill I is unreserved in bib cxjircssitais of (on-- fallen asleep, whereupon the thief-entered' his ; tnllie( ro-tJ6fiicc -ht' Jathsonviile! .*.'0O'JO.U13&I0aOg r11tmy old friend ; TiLtrTitom, gtacn&y,! would

L 'Ciofldation Fesliva'l' of last th'eiTj'poor.t ;fl'lorida) is' p \ I t mpt for General The of Jefferson, A. B. Hajan, of Columbia this time erf her Bistres!, Hi ( 'ofor tho impe-achmciit nu.\tin
J' ; week brought its passing pleasures tot Pr. June, of Alachna, L. if. Gaipblo, of Eido as Grand:SIa6tbr at the l what he teims the tendency of tho party I A S D HOODS, '

also Jackson and S. B. Love of Gadsdony poliUcal'terhpkV Vvhdi 'jmritJ; take up with small, mt n, and says tin party AtLtmi ( ba-o :Sau.1 Ewan1
cifefeeihs wore
and it'-should I
"appointed
our bring 1! REA111AE 0TWN
t ,, lopg tried.integrity glvtffall i surrendered lo (Jcncial (Oiant. flu tRI> or Tnvni..-An interesting meeting ill 'i j 'tbtej'tanehezJanoes>hQn.Iji>*-pli -' j .,, i
niok K
; lessons of fxjnnanent value. Our object to prepare business, and submitted the. interests witf/fco safe, whlkvliid His; influence has In on excited fruu the bc- of tlu> Board of Trade was hfe4! ori '..li.iiisiyi | r/ itiiri-enUT C ) fcmitli, fcuiu'l GROCERIES, IIARD-WARE,
fallowing report, which was adopted : ,'a"Wo afford sufficient 'ursli-ton.. Comeliiw iStowcll W 8' Mt'.iRle < f
rjonto UxswAi14
to defeat the impeachment)| und ho is ;
last. Tho
del uve-ning of tho Committee cf '
to i report '' (
.bringing city
go lu-r
V
pw many and execative t'lirnJoj> > Heymor<% Jf t ->
: recommend the organization an.Agrir rjrs to havo done than other : -
; moro any man K ctl'k(8> f >r -> BOOTS snow .
rafts, 7CroK ; -w -
egates-from: pieter cities was not merely cultural Association for the Stato of Florid*,,tobe Xo* aVGovernprfWa1kc curo the acquittal of Mr. Johnson Henco Arrangements of the late Festival was received, \Vu -'Walton'TT f* 'ft ;o, .
Florida /roiifofficb mtho middle of his I and impoitant discussIon relative to the St. CuthUrt, Jonc-jh ''Williams( Mat*"' :atw .4
; called "The Immigrant and Agricultural ; I latter is willing, if acquittr-d, to reward Mr an '
; that exhibit hospitality MWilliatrinon
might '
we our own 1 l .
>
foriheent1rnanwhG Ueo(5) -
( !
; Association1. / rop ) j by throwing the influence oi t his adinin- John's bar took place I 11.LWOfl-- Fiaiiklin E ,Whaloy,JCJBCr ; ; .

: or, gratify them with" a festival, .'The objects of this Association shall Lo to jnJ/iHfhTfitiing'tcfin8fs'it"gv'es/ ''' Jn his favor. The discovery of this in- The Festival was in every sense- a success, . .. i IOootlib I-- .JO "TALISES, &c. ,
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promote emigration, and improvement* in ftgmculture. th'kt'oxperience has sliown has startled the political me-tiopoliu to its Frofl'k LAMKS lact la
basting but a day and leaving no "" '* .0 atu Jn everything kept a
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permanent was''all and the Committee of Arrangements deserve (irh.wOtd NJ (3)
u; I- UluncntfbfAtoirtid centre. All eyes are anxiously turned on If.0- ..... ..' 4 "
benefits behind. We believed 2. The officers of the Association shall codsfctof nty of character and' Co'nvtution The intriguers hope the highest praie for tho.Tory efficient manner HaMiniM, lii-orjo "'rtoganiilfssKlli-n D ,' ..:;, Pirst-ClasSiStore. -

that tjloser intercourse between Jacksonville a President, two Vice-President*, a Secretary language of JfrMteed,and the nomination of Wade Vice-President, in which every detail was arranged and carried lli'inniiiiir. II It 'trannan, M'1' Mary I a tinted tvlth 'his llughoK, lUnUn Barker, Mr .goodsave been bought with pctal tthaintcrchUof
a Treasurer, and an Executive Committee eiperience j they claim will place Giant on such an Mary .
out. It i is seldom that extensive K l lD l> customers, and emlkace as'good I- 35-
so
a nj.iruht.Sfr(
cWY
1 and the middle and western of throe members to bo elected annually. jug address and unassuming |I Kadical basis afford additional programmeis '
I us to KclKsS, Rev Lewi* (*) '} ic mrtincnt us there U to be fouord in this maikctI -
J sections of the State would inure to the 3. That tLe officers of the several county associations '' cneouragod the poorest 16 : for the now coirbination. Thew arc managed with so little confusion ami.with 50m ? L ''c'ii1toii.Jrs1.iah 1. &&" ret>peKtfolly nek aifesamiiuUJoa e4 my stock.
shall cx-cflicio bo members ot the assurance whilst the proudest I ) developments which uie m evcrj body's tub eatibfaction to all paiticipants. leaner, sc : f ULtnilcno

advantage, of alL Wo believed that in Htatc Association upon the payment of such ini ,as,their poor," havo cnaltlod ( uth to-day, to the i-xcliis.im almost of cn --------- -,- i, Jt>hn U |'O iiiey,Misd il Mary i'.4: ,

union Iay6trengthand that to develop tiatiod fee an may be prescribed by the State taTealize prophesy of verdict. ,'1080'who, chcKito cau'take those '' -T ; JUDcmott, Juo L (lut-Kuur... Mrs K .
: bchud- MHIJNILBI"DRESS
CHANGE Sciitiutt.-The FASHIONABLE
Association. ".Florida was--peculiarly cum yrauo sUl8. But! tlu-y are based or running JU-luntw, Danii-1 ' 'U ti -

the resources/to;/ strengthen the power, 4. It is further recommended that each county .tress,jn having*' oh' to preside tho facts and names mentioned above, and ulo on liro P. & G. ll.' R. has Weil' clriinged.Heieaftcr Milrbcll llrGlntlien, S&L'IO', John hope; Ora-i.t Chein -A- 4 .

and to increase the wealth of the State, proceed at once to organize an Agricultural A-1 !D6tVv who ability and { an absolute foundation. tine thing is cer I : until further notice, the train will Millet-, AVm S /*\ t 'j i j .

sedation, and that they adopt constitutions and iatjio oitsclOfhirmiiiistitI the Cliief-Justijpis still u candidate for the ipavo Quincy, going East, at '1).1O in the morning 0 TUI'J' 11i1U1o 7Jj., JoepLiu9 f T k
all its should work harmoniously and Niutoi i, S
people by-laws, conforming to the offices designated by .ari.tgfttgIinst errors : and otto who doubts this deserves n !.
Nobne'i'df: tho Oo<& an.l Tallahassee at 1'J.oO P. M. ; and arrive S.in.liS hXia Kdwanl: OX MOSkoI D UCSUirns.tlirkdiaJfsi -
SXRIST.BtrWEEX
tho proposed constitution for tho State Association 'crnort .- .- jYJ91 i t
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I together, and work to the game end. I 111"r Vymaa1'icm.ott : ? in view to secure uniformity in representation reetoVation at Jacksonville at 11.45 P. M- Returning, will ,,\V U B.aiet
More th an UusjaiuL looking moro particularly from to the State Association and Luq4isndattothpted; to W, 1>1 with a fresh stock of MILLINERY GOODS(tins
county A. -
:4 ; Has been rofot Ai1inED TO THL UAH.-Capt. W. K. Cessna, leave Jacksonville at 11.33 M., arrive at litest fashions,and the latrttdr<** pattern for Uou ,
to believed w farther recommend that tho counties which; oJiwn m lO.'SsI' *' -' and children of Madame lH'more,of whteh well Titan .
'p our own advantage Gainesville, was last week uduiilled to the Tallahassee'at M;, and (juuuaTl.bj5Af C [AitINE
.
( fYeer"from -
have organized Boards of Trade bo allowed do ?, ?tonbr i '" >. A '- 'J '' A J .NTWS, blilnncnt: nbe is a bnnch. The btiicq of JactsonTilUi at
Jil Jhal;Jacksonville,' for herself and become members of/tho State Association ,G0vefndr'Walk'pr.' Wo tilnk) aftcr tho uhual oxainmatian. Capt. Cessna A. and vicinity are Invited to ealI'sat cumins the" ;
.\ the'Kuce the agricultural aiabUcation. *ayUiatriiiaf! >tf6ttW : : Jacksonville the 11.33 .1 AC ESON VILLE3 MAY 22 1868.ttRi fttoek. Order lot patterns Solicited front alt part $f
.' for the Btale fchould b the commercial, fr.rniias county a dolcgato to the late Cor&titutional Con Passengers leaving on Flonda.g35 01
... 'ta. Juct tho tipprol)8ition"; '<5j Jill ) 4tr .' Ii -Duly for th renowned WirL-
:' is an earnest attd true blue Kopublioan, train will arrive at Savannah at -AVM.. the appoint Agent
port of tho $ate rather than phaU xeth fthbt WILSU ,
t any.rival bohad > ; a c t3JWUW tcum
'I .It is doured that immodiato action' and feithfal'feorvarft ''wilVfollo an cnergelic'woikcr in whatever he under next moining; and rckurning will leave Savannah -3L.ty l-tlr City'Point,IVtliiiV fciftuUW A),Jeffrey S: given m iu use. < / I f 4 j '4.
; city beyond its border ; and we bolicved in hq several counties ''of tho State; that tho' } lilu* ; i May 19, 20.1
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be had ntan higher )Pat3'conld bet wdd Ho has hosts of friends and well wish at 7 A. M. and arrive at Jacksouvillo at Lay 17-.t r 1at1Ic.Nauid.Pi1atks,Jolm.Cl.irfc, mo.f
that; if our friends in other sections ; State organization may .early'day.' ,I'.i Y"ft"1 "S ;jei-.i 11.4.3 tho May lS-M.hr Martlia; Sntffti( ,Ioin,W.Drtwv. Til 1JtJ -rti:
action in these Iho &lato and ho will same day
By prompt several organlzstVinsarrangement. i \ eUV 'iTt5! ? throughout wo trust I ilay l5.-.tr t J.iiu A. Svuvvntj 1ooyiie&r.tnu.oh. t
could -lie made to' behold our ad* may bo perfected at an'carlyftla j It (M"|> *<:I i ut. with that, fcucce3 iu his new iorofesiun May.1-stI LUy;Jones,Maoi4riu. .. 1 EOOMS ANTED. fox

vantages and 'admit, 'our' claims, this to feocnro a largo increase of emigration" in lime" *' ": 'l ljo following exti-tltts from. ; $ his modest merit dctcrves. Council ProeecUlnss.Aio I' VV.iluy Siott.. 13-jchi WhlteCloodl'rveuiau') *Jtw Ycuk, ., J. OXK- or two good room*, nuftirnlQe4 without fcu nt

could e.sflybobrouglit about fo C.the The notcrop.' of these' %cati-/ >' fy'ulj-cr*liuV4he-cendil fed _ _ uUr met-ttng't Comidl'cemfpncil oil Toiu.Lo 4 ';I; ) 17-U x>p Neltto White, Aplhorp, Green Cove. Mtf at the office of *the- .FLORIDA,. tION-
i importance organizations
IbUi his iUkor Jdbu 21-4r Dkt
wHSri. tho :! '' ecnbng iliy ESoiS, CJai.&May
We tnfih to, havo the merchants of not bo over-ostimatod f let us unitc.lxave'action lagtori qj ic YZT1 -- ;' c;! ::1'un NATIONAL Bovnn) "OF TnOn the joroio1in. : ,
Bccuro immigration, improve our ysteuTdf waitakcaii. 'j lt-f ..I i .. ..PrOMntAIJrIowyiI1uim Orofho Jyhn,G rjivJ.b. Way 2rtr! Liwio Laktr, I-alJao, Savannah, }. l>ibV .
.1 jl.J J J day.of Juno the National Board of Trade -
Middle and" Western-Florida buy their 'r-! < tiatiimU, K. P. Wbtt4t,>JainM'tl\i S aA.'l4b.utAhUnii.iu { 'hie. $, o & o : p 0 ,
agriculture; diversify our ropa'and repaIru'lobt ij : : in and will bo attended C., i'r .* i J JI ;
fortune/ '-U ;i ; Philadelphia, by bUtft-1. Miy 2I-tr ..D.ulingloii., l jDwk_, Entcrpiiie. ,..John. 3quthe an2Mark9t Gar ln e
goods in Jacksonville instead buying iTs'ionly7one 'faint from the'mercantile ladies love the lat meeting vrero read oootvoiUnned.11'titI.ThiO May 21-..tr Faany Fern, PoptV Faalia.) /' ne'w ?thUeicit. pnariri1 diUJa P dpi pope J tb
them in Savannah. We wish to have 5. B. -"- "** ijhc* 'fblloViig additional* *# *ibcctioo to-IWght; on the conviction of the ial cities in Iho- republic.' Tho txiaiioa if tills fut orUiUAWO,ic., U4ou iu oi4or I >the iljy.2I.hr VauJall lx>t J,iiuv Yo'k..C(' A. Faircbild. lar GarOoncrU ataBtmtjwfiira ttottudW thr 12cv1Tis'Arxof
which was adopted; .;* : ,tbt Jkojm jcaf.upon Uio rote;of | ; bo ono peculiar interest to tlio tiado ot IIlowfzm petItion woos lutroduifijU irua Svosd il < *" ,
the planters send their cotton and their and Mar 21hr John Vane?,Garvin, InJtati RLrer-F. ,. OCUrrQfANDBLCZ a !
"Andtts .commerce is directly interested'irlairicnltur Yt*, othonHeiiator hasnow; city, ought not to be feuflorcd lo pass TuUtf.llintural' ijuritn
I roduce'o pur wharves for shipment, l prosperity, the-dJGurcnt.'Boards of &joly and their TradoW IboiState iirtr invited to co-operate in botU-aido with 'cipial o'uv City Council,t Buurd of- Ti ado, 'bo runttid liiiu by your houoraWfe Lbily t ehaeehis' May -1-Blr lAtiiUaiitI 1at e1Le, I'nLtki IfjlL iraon-o endoin1.4il hte eiherofr"

purchase supplies'of mer- their organisation*, and. bo represented in U 3Htato Li.iming JIr.rWilley.ui'l'ho,' : 1 ComniorciaP'Exchangohaveappointed Ccim stall Inmi it* I.it'MiIL louiliou. to Ilif.ini4du| of tilt mnri Ul:mchanL, tr wilt to tbernt5eo qtaei j, me1IOtML'
.4 chants. How fihall wo b'nng this associations, as, also -to -unito "withba- guao oft having MrcflUsv> < to make arrangumcnta lor the reception' I ):\-t. \ our ni'jilunt vvinliv t* erect a meat stall, at.IMS May. 23-Hl.r! *-iftl LsiKia TurrXv'W f i ,2f1.T9 k, -BCraiii. BOOK.HOCSE, '
own *x wul the Mall of l> : .
< a ddkjiniD nkt -
liny
JXTIKI- oil '
ho>;Btatod in wElting,-that ho enter tain incut of lbed Jpgatciinvol( ving coa- May / fnJ, J Jnnfo Honnc Srfc'n&K !23-t rte8toii.8.C. tot
about? The fostiral-did. 'well county and State societies: in; all measures look* ; I llowcll, lUAu it is )>roi>ot>i>il t6 moto said Jlowell'ii ,
very aa i iog'.toJlba. increase ot: population lind improve. first, Becond, third and eleventh able esponso/'whit will'have tobo'tnct.by I Htall.Tjy hiu nw. COIL--nL, tour feel towunU the It out or May 2- 1oei Marx I _- .::r-i j.zi t : r
tho from our jnoIic.-prited itiznsAi; entrance of the uiaiLvt; the stall to t>c built nine feet
-i. an introduction1 'Iff ilip ,jiew' era; bul mint' otnrlandod rcaoorceaT T-<* V.Thefollowing spending PVn1ngfttrSenator | !Ion anj iho .
to
t VUrf : ? nino rent IKJ piUil Ibu citv a$ is now 0' 1 4igT9j I$
--i fltt 4 f oeciwioa spoakijfor iUulf.wo that it ? s4
fj done to resolutions C4pyi'ithovera1 presume benig'puiol liy vonrnpiilunt' 0 v r } 141 I : > f l-tr tlreelr : 'J I ( ;
c.i.OCmrk.
something jmore must'bq .bfing were also!otfOrod. and 9nly to ask the attention 'oft ; May DHlingfrm, tBtrri>r
havoentHTi*onfidcn f, nercHsary mer
T ; < Very respectfully, Vay I 5-s-air Italti! ; MougtIHd Tatntko,John CUrk'( '-'- J. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.id .

J about thjb jufff era itsclfdjjsrhat thai adopted 4ByJlIr. I annouticod'liiiJnteatioa to da i and capitalists t tho\ .facts, hs they will, Jesoru1.LioFs. I.- May l-J-i-ulf tlty .,'o1stAtkiaa_ s tborishton.., ,Jerry,. 4i, J
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a'pprwciato what u'n'obModl AVln it movl AM.Weber sod t sm.krst(4j .
FairbaukBlj .7.; : : ) 'l'hlaltlphiBatcsvillo ( rcuiwn was by July .
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i eonieihipg.ie,,a reference to the speeches : JCan. '' '.' '4' -, N COiOdo'.I, that the petltica b* reoodyid*itl aateoLj 'I faV VJ- chr Ctiw.'E. liellter; Mitchell. ; Boston.M.
r -That w*recommend' that the; .differ- A1o'ntt julatj ttt-tia tisitoig been l'ut to vote the motion was 1pt. fl&V.lo'rar .- kia.'Ja skrv t.
of our guests themselves Hnfl'show. The cut counties; in' making -llicir report*, include &inafkr, A petition of Sir. (hirJnciVasklnff to Ve atloivt\l th<5 Way l'J->atlit Nonpark-l, --, Si.Augustine, \.S. To tho whom mair.ooitY it may concern: -Tho BJidwifneave 1j!

merchants of Middle and Western Florida all information aifneiie agricultural IlladicaL (Atk.) ItrpnllH-aa remarks : i Jim i.iivliege)lent of free keeping, in loiioMcration his ntnll in tbo of nivin CilyMartet? his lUttirttf auother'ri <> i'r 1IS1 *notice of bios appointment a-tto aioigae.el 01 rlii.Wt lohA J
( roaOiL. ircrt/prkJfls of lahdsjlalxir is ono fcaturu prtljyyinjj.tOjthej present i tlui at the "'May 2U--trhr Lily,Jones Matvliinn. ,Q.ALM1OUSCOUM3.0d "
-rewurctcj crop l, city vx Iratmii of the Uruu* Rcfvrrci}?tt) thy been aduded ianknipt,v -,
who haa a
wfll di.trIct
ip "neirjgobdfl "where vor they'can material in jjnoy too iuformaliof
find heAcst bl4Lto of'rain note, vi/ : Thpro iajnp i-t; .in either iiyA1oLjtvinbLun, the fullovring resolution oa
AB&ortments, tho most *nJft migrant, ctacb M; fall ; soa' mffnwt > Ho it molvwl by th&Mityntdnd JJi-t*<*\>TrW'Wl May ji-jlc Diuiatur, vvtUcy. Vtatlfestuiv Jenrvys &
nccommcKlalin dealers ons, 'frosts, ind ;all 'vUlKtksi in -r fsrenceTtd t & ,or House of Urprcsentatuea who of Jackwoinillc, 'Hinti'ilr. lKItoW.t, li hfiU JHt* '*<*> fit.-i . .- i' i > .
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,: the lowest subjects bcarhig-onaops&c write his own name in a plain-l legible lout a lamp pout lit Ihe-wnWrwrtlmfiro* ItrJd tJrkrTyi.llOtli May 2l-tr.amra Af StttVtni,rtxyna Mayportn- ">: .. o _-j'I,
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.t4urIeL*: Mar.:t kir Ltula. Hiker Ui. Hte 6av aaabr 1? ,.
TIie 'will .1 itt,1 And wo assert without fnarof -
prices. < planters' ifeeod their :" tloz lGaFaah1 ss d psp1 it now bnc- ; Complaint ag1iiuoaoTt,tfkidefoQI3fjtst L'ibb. w1bir' -
trf contradiction, berauso wo ore prepared Lu relation to Lia (lino on Lot No. i, on Carolina street, tMap 21-whrEnniogor 3amV4I 411creitTook,
crops trWrtfer$< xandfejxwfe; them,r &**rf. That the degaljes 9.ho! differth /* IIi' prorejt,' hat it3 fe.thV.first; j cooral AseemUy, bin fence having. been moved by the City Engineer : KuscU &Co .& aitxiatloa aTecIr1IP* $eboo

to tho Mvantago.jDLnd't\ith? ;the ,!! IVjt3ieg.Io rij Jil :- *' in.Arkansas.which thci' woro ni0vo.t nud $ccowtcdtt UHi iMincJiiiiiat'fmmiHeo ji 4Msy: 21o.chr SawHt. J.W. 8cot .
greac the AV hole examine LMay 21-air I aud R flee* talmtka.
jp addr/sscd fe 4 Ue#Ifo& the matter la lhi'ute'betwevn Mr. %nny, '
least Jday memberihooui4 iiot'-M-rite their 'own-' O..DItart said tb Cftr sttn.vr, May 21 ilooh Mary:'wanscej Lynch, XJdiii% ,
isindi it bim-thgtlioriiiil urj nwfcjr. Carried. 1y U rt
mo4* -_ .lVtit i rstecP'Rebe % lo .,o10, 04I uJ *uestsd.
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Foreign New. At" '' """ 13I ( SAM L. HARRIS, Uft'IVinkinalloiwj neirInip'tnr.' ; : :. : ;l.e' -- I i4't axrutxpfc -p --r -
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turntierland; Middles. cnsnuiVud,...'. 1G Cy, I4 t-ivtt Wa5hiTit.n,' 1VCV '"' cApr. lUlL

HigCUwr tildes,uniuiiokedjiiowieitt ANc1IQJs-NPtau ; ; One. ofVtHii Largest :>i : 7-- .
VKIHTIO* nirket: would command...*;.* ,-a 4( ffb i : ; Wiltfcaxo rejularlT forth abor' pi aeea *nrf :V 4.. ,
TUB CIMOMH'yATlOAI/ $IlTt ( k'ar&41, onmoked,1. 204 Brancli at Jacksonville FlaYr ; t.n '- j : : '' -iCtj ncwlay momins.Ttai 9 o'ckxk.i Betortiakb wia bM*
.,., ,.. .. 1j. 'B-ffvT.-tiLt''* i 'AND : JackMmrUl every Saturday moroiayi aa4 '"
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-. .-- _____ ] Uivt $ ,, niwkti1,.............. is ij. J9 >. 2U nl 1 r STRKKT. *? -.--A.:<>. e-'J ;f.-;* "S---J 'i-- '.- jtvKy 'HYSiJ, ,. DB.JUJJljJitv.lr* ercrr Batonlay rreniaj,- .1rnt1P4 s pt

in Augusta. FotJit2de.z Clear- JViMx.il. bidetmioUil,...t y* {ij e 21ilnw -, .. .t t -; -'* .'--in .- I e'I 1 : y'i .="atr ..iw. J3*#; -: -*;' .*r BEST ELECTED Sunday"TbU boat momiiiir.ha Late and. .airy state room -
Open (u\cry tLSuud.i} auIroiu I I uL1i3y ( t '
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!cew (nonu in Juaikct.)' 8 r. si. '- SEPi: XND B t1 D 'TWI1 '->' -. n. : fteltt $er pwar,antyates a
in Choilesloii tcmm packet wmrt;or to
daiuiidatw for-Major I'rinw m d<-tnnn The VLAUUOL'rk
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J.aMAua }:rn' IS or ANT AMOUNT KKCKIVKD ntou
News. Li tji.s k"dbt.4 (it Iii, 4h'V4 AIIICtC8 MarkeWur .F DIBELE. Aguatrt'JU.
General ; : .t'Vtt brWijhi to thin
C-ani cwiinm* firm Jit the limit}uwntfritt*,und we zyv331.ILtlIG AY F1O'. Pa-ii-tk ; ( t ; of '' : _
] imsu-tial rluuit o 1hc larjro fnpj>]y m the :
.-e.ea -s-- ket is worked uJL JJo ; : : ti1iG. .. .,
UMII margin Lrtwccit rcnt :-
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Ik1'ohits tnu always 1* drawn viUttmt notice- iNixmit '. THm r.
ami JJtw York juotiliuius. yii>nr>firm, tit-mind limlUd. i a S. MAIL RGUTFCAPTAIN
in tw.ri irjiaij in specie All'oLbtr Jc o-.iti are
1T.OM wA8IIGTo; :. } n-ii-iid* GnrnUirlui an irationa! Biink'Bills.IntcrcrtruyaMt'in ] -, > .1'- Teas, G'jflccs; Sugars, Ci .-
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flTux-May: 19.-Tho Managers* 111W lu-oii. large supply on the inorVYt ; dcmaud in limited :i 111 Jnnh.iTj" a4id July, inari ycai, .* ..i ;r.'*'> Tar Pif/'T'i1 aa Iurpcntinc Ip ; -
** allK.n-li Jtold-rn nrr lirm in Ihrir jiricce, owinij to < A ; 'I = Soaps, Candles, Yeast Povrders,
Mt3of 0
in8iJiavcdelopcd uolhing lum'yciIn the awl l>y Fjxtwlnilo,on ami tipwapJb Timainins I' "' t! '
v ti iti< rrcvnl irirauct. : in tli Ifcinfe at K-mt thirty tlaynr i ,I ,11 1liL.' ? & .t" : -. _-11_ _A -r--
lull 'a -- : ? 't p Syrups Starch &c.
UM. 6 nalo 'Arkansas Admission 1'ork-Holders.nr<* king anti 4, i1tbeiih suiue All tlv profits Wotig to th*' dt-posit or ..( q." I h a: Vinegars, .
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indefinitely jnwtponod.Joba aroiHlingitt Bmnliesln.vebeen etabliIie4 hi the jninclpnl citi.' : ,.
was of Princ* Willuun county,A ir4Statit Jroin 3fcw York to J>w Urlcauh, atnl aoeonrij' can Ktraneferrtil Leather Belting anil Steam Paking r u- p : -
Xaglcr, Uraucli to Another, vith< char. / '. *
from oiir > mt ** i \ ? T t / *- i Buisins Salt Lard: "OH Kcrqsono Oil
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0,000 ln piws on ornestid Markets. tiniiittRsi.. e .. ,. p ';
or iuti-nuptiiijr -, ii f ,i: i 1'7 ? '' Tll P4tvoRrrE BI&xK
hif.irm. Tin-ln--t$,i Mi' ] ,,r Molasses, &c., &C-, > -,
' May 1.-i'bc Scuate ws not HAVJLVSAIJ, Way Cuttonw-1)uU nnd inrpuUr : this IiRinclt has on ilfjxH wvr ?-I7OOO.Mvrchsint' '- aM ..-. ...t t.. qWlKHI N-WAlUiiANH-AVH/lOW AItli.5"1-' *' r. "* Di\i LINGPO"4p.
itfWrnuufl. luiddliu: 0c ithout purchaonv. Bueou : 1rn41 gAlwrs t'sinhig to 'uJ tfbvfkWo ,' .-- -- - -: "' i! -. .". "-' -.rs. .'i f-s rtfTjm.rjfit' j- { !- u S P P .
in .ion. IhU Aliouldt-rc, ji.; !," ? : ril lj>.-.l eidt-n, 17Jy'17! ; d -nrribli sgiiinit their nei"flUflt'4 C.ifl Iu( s4-Pfnlmt,2Itc'h. CAPTAIN JACOB B80CKJ.Jf' IllAVIO
.- tiLt, 11ouo tilcit? WaS I1( (IUOrUII&. d fiiloe, Iti) a; clew M>lc-n, lI419c; Imius, plain, lrn Ksrlnutwon New Vork, BIH! all tln-'j'' <'oi ,t- J3Slwim' A'o.sseV and ;MiIl Mipplica'; 5bflfSH13IiOi? ? tn.'< "U.llsibraiiclio Corn, Flour,BaconPork, 13 utter,Lards, -p ;
Charles W. Wadleyranurdin I-'J! ; > unit .Mnnttwn dti'-*'.Cl the l 1iut-t ratc" Wn W, i
Manners examined : ( c; The '
hi5 craft for ? .00Ic aTcrrcd it -ti-.i., ; uuily, IiG. (iVIltI l)r.iflH on Prw y.>rk, aw imynbli-' lliclluubc uin I l < < ? 3 i : "T .-/ c JJ-E .i' / u 1 Cheese Mackerel, namsvMeai; ) rout*between JacluonVlIJe and
;; Coru, tlu-ii-i-, tut little Ocinaii'l, Mllh a Ucavy Mwk, of lay C'ookv V Co. pruc,stopping at alt intermedlato pants, lecrtOQTille
had nothing tw d" with impeachment witbhrld at a elujlit Inline-: *l.a iroin depot and ?lji0; from (iovcrnm lRiU.riin Kirnnnnli, CliirUstihisrton \S'n-1i- GHAKLE8 A. :JAmClilLB IToziiny, :]Je4ns; flee, ( urcry Sunday BiornlBg at t Vetock.

further iul;nuatif in rclitiun to his ini- (rtoix isall tLut can In-obUii d. U; l' continnt firm, snil N*v Vurk al i Dank 1 Hat;, nu l TtifintM I MoniiiT mornhn; 4 o'clock anfrfev at XatamlM S
The Managers )have summoned and tnr sdliiiff; only iu mall lt* frwu >ton at iI.tTh"( Of 1)ejwe-it| tailwl st UiWtkt.TutoB.M1 C -.' : V. -- .rai- : ; iieecLn .o'clock P.ai Uetnrningwia tear* IDteTS Weineadar -

v&tc businws. 1.1) tetuoirjt : Onmhrd, J.-lMe, A'wIillf.l'ffilT r ; < Sihrrand (1 J >S-I-Iiiu"flt titrui" iv* ht'iitit nu4sil.l. 'I t E' B1oqByStetj p : p morning&o'clock,P&laUk ThtnwUr i mriS T
Kvcral ncw>j>aitr iiiui. Ii do, lb'G1e; ixir do, ( l3; ; yi1t.'n (', P4? c'rocJc, arrlTini?at Jacksonville t o'clock X.JC. -
The Cabinet uiouUog to-day WHS full, iziizualug iase : t.rown rlnrififil, llV ; MiiH'iad". 13sf.jllc; liiTfstiH"iitiiaivuulyni.uli-Aiii ftL'ritk'6 t.f.'tinUni'' ; win ate midc mgular trteto 415TTIIZ XiU
Thonias. Porto litco. H.ul&c. tt'tl 51 JACKSONy1T.T1P. rJoudcnsf 'Mflk, 'Buctyhqat Floury DAY,1eavin .hckioii11e at S A, It. .
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that thu \ EW TOJSIT, eu.- C Dull) uiJ JohN ,
Jhdicato May ut1ii
iccI'rcEiduntialcont -
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Chicago dispatches 'tlviiyC''nmitttt'. i Apples, IVtatoes, 1mon PitLIes .Ip .t p 31ytt rr.wta4 JCkT1U.,7k.11 .-
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\\Vado( jtidii-ations voting (A lfax.TbuinoBt I Nnal 4oi : robin, tj ;. r : L.fetrvtary( OAN, : iESH'SUPP1LIES I r I -,.- 4Vegctablcs, MAIL BOUTE.

ti-edil'lo bjwcuLitionb iudicatc the NEwhLiKAMav t.-Cotlui-Q1iet ; in1il1I? : of all lands. %_I p -

exclusion of tho Southern delegates. 2ti'43K-. uai l-'iiui; CukiNun. W! and 13,127if has boca lxfore the Mana- itfjc; LunL'iaua.vrirac, IS Pjl.).k-. tlasi-('nba 'k nt,11 i -- p THENEIP SPLENDIDTAM
Yoorhoc
1)) AV. firm at lit'S'jic. Klour--DiiJI ; snp Tfinc, fJ. (IrainHII Dri-it !IIE Ill)' ItEAIIK1I ii; OF 1 H B U.SITI.OF .-. SrA'i r. t A !LA11GK ASSORTMENT 01* --' itt I
gers, but had not bcou uumuiuJ. <% firm at $1 J03iin.fft; oats pwy nl fie: linj-j KuHtcrn, VllK 711 1: NoHTaIyic 1)Ic'IRIT -

IllOM MEXICO.z (21. 1'iovisious- l'.rk lirni 8t f29.25ii? tiM>; Uncou 7I 1. Ay rtisp, April 10, 1.'i'. j
dull ; jJiouMtrs, H (t.e1enr, U4r; lard 'i.mina1ly &
tit May \V.-ITio voinilo i is bcvcii;. tii' ; &eg,9v, Monition and Citation. l3aya JL"OOdtfl Ware*

UK vklinis are borne of the yldvM citiicns. JV VCVRTA, May-rolU'U-rilarLtlcabicr i h.Uva, lii d -p
Among lale3; widlliia Uoa-iiully aliSc." J'ntnct fnin-t *>! Hit rNfsiif.j, far
Itittritt 'f Florida. Ix A't-'mBAt.iy.
VI1.3iThGr4) May 20.Cottuu-.-lipU. Javal Kt-m-n .- cOitIiG Of ..
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WUNt-Kll. I.UOJ.N The t'nitod ftatcj r. tli<; stoop J irv ", .
-bi4rlte turpeuuue buoyant nt. .t7ic-: rt fin iiciive; p IIIyIr !
,. ..Aud1, her IniulK, T.n kl<-, Aiijiarol, i Iji'wniture f-.r Finu --
May 19.! -A upaial di1atch to the tr3liit% ; Ye. 1II ; anti her Onrjro' and 1" A. anti atiaTh1iflrCrSdcUCr; : $ "VlCIvSr.lTKfr/.and "SIIEUSLV'N", BUCK ET.S:;, ITIIW DEOOM & .
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""Gt-ueral Loifan, one of the iui-. Lu.-.e1I, 1thti i'l i.-i4 "i' I F.rfeitiir, an excellent jioJiyitiritufc or -yjl Capt. GEO. MANSFIELDi-.-
Tri!$''U jys: CJLItLE'1 0.", May i(u. Cutii,;i=- u ,'*k- : tii ti e .reBho

,ecbers, ww stoned at-Vort. Pennsylvania. fcrliig lower MU*: miaUiiiig uouuiui' ut.Sdo: icij3- )ur-uant! t<> an Attachment i-r SVunaut of Anw. ami.JJonitifin coiac iiir.Ls, GIUJJ uoia, 1'LAcTAT1ON nan been puced permanently on.the trmr in i eoasct4

tine of the elonus, injfisins him, struck LxGovemor 59 bolca; CSlMJtfi; t Uktwinv, JyaM\ !
Ilabn (Kadk-al] ). f LouibJana, on the Si. Jjinu. May u.-FroviAon-1vik artivii : w.-. ,. (Jib.OOfeiS; tucon artivc and .tilkr: flt-ur Sons, i-pee6t! l andf-Tncrnl, jiiid do luonUu nod rite tUiu, wilt Jocisonrillo WEeAY
lnst. ,ilt-c., j ) iou1dir 15:( 13 fe. and iiirh'ol thenj tlahnin'4 Uif. afort-saij |o.ji; Jviry.Augcll Con.iialing lu'i-uri of ('iffti:13ugar, Uutlcr, Td.nl, ('liie.ie, pruckutf; Iie Hominy, Mi-ul< -Floutrurk ; Stone" Jars and Jugs. HOKSIXG leave at 9 o'clock i Palatk everr* T1fURDAYi p _

rtw ii.tuJJ ,. lu-rVat. tacklr, rinri, fiinijjuio, aud Ucr.tarpo, Uncoil Arc., &c. : -- ; -, p'l'O tug at I o'clork; arriving atEnterprissat SVel.eP.M ,
or knoa IDJor having anytbiij to sty A\Ly the nauiufeUuuld -t -
will Icnre 8TTNDAT
that I'rasi- retuminir. Knterpriae evrrr a-
1'AKJt-, May VJ.- La Ttn j>* says I not coiuJrnint-i!n? forfeited,< ui-curdiug to the\ at 5 o'clock 1'ftlatka MOSHAT osta
IV1)ERSIIOTAYPLE.io lug ; every
RATIONALFKBKDMAB'
dent JuhUb was saved only by legal forms. ynyei of tinsoi'l Libel : tbattln-y'l '.rtuJaiijicarbtJ'iire t11.: 11L : p .-7 o'clock, arririns at Ja-ksariao at I o'ctoeJr, 1'. -
the \0tr it fain li as itiidcrs .lobn- I the pair) ('oiiri.. to tKr hfld at the i-ity of SI. Aujiulirnin -, !! In time to connect with the Train fcr tomntth ud Tat-
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Txt wjalc4 bacaltur. J." M rt says the I AUfl1 ( o'clwk audCirtlio, in the: said northern of 1 Kit tict of riorid.i, utcl ven eutli nsl'louali it'l6n'iniirWirHhi Collars JTo Powder Pull Assortment of Seine and Net Twine tiaL1OP. p p p
eon tort-iiuon, Mou.lay, the tir.t dav ollmn j l4irn.fcr and UoiiMktit-nj) wants ; ; < ( ) EL.For further Information apply t*i

verdict eho H that liberty is the best guarantee -, A. i>., ISGS, lif the eatno (.hull U a day of jiiri lic- iui'1 Shot, Nails, Sri vr-s, Ov >ny, Sijirto*, C'ollin's A xea,50 No. 1 0 Houghs, Store -
The I'vwMtKtMiHii tiajs the vote isfUl AND TllUST COMPANY. I lion,tiierw iM on tho n 'M d.ir of jiu i.'Iuii.it lUcrcaf-: ,
of justice. I tcr.tthfii aiiUthfivto! inUT|>OH arljiini, nnd mains alk-- and AVliarf TrnckaVLccl1, >ar- 3-tf. -I--
1 o tho radical l artj. The Epvjw. bays a gatit.liP, and nn.r: iiuto the JJl>oluit! in li.il IMI.-I! II. ct .: .p p I
great Fall could not inoro clumsily hare lost I Branch at Jacksonville Fla ALEXAM!: iiAOiariJiii: :, ;' .rows, and Grindstone. p

TLc Pnw api-lauds republicaninttilutionh 1dr1iaI of tlie: t'. $., for tin- ii'rth'rn dirtritt .f FJa.NATII'L .
its prestige : X'niBr, C. te. IKa-tHn) Attorney. 11C\v Watches andW&TCBJIAKZK
vhich jx-rinit the Chief iIaistz ate No.'J! li'u- TiEL. ALSO iu KEGS otv NAILS! ; -' I

tort millions to' It; )bi-ougbt to trial without .
ci ) i'I I
UowLkod uatiuiial di ;uieLTh '1Ih L'414 ul1 i4i (.iolJ filer GEO.A. PECK
Kn irtr Napoleon is eick.1ME all.1 t'OVI1ItIIeilt icvuiitkti. ,, THE COTTON PUNT 1 jquons.1 y tho i a*> nnd )liartrol, which they prtiposij telling WholtSKilo and Ketiiil, and aa ;i I Th''i 2tit T7et 11A'1I ; p
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\v. I... Cl)_ ,
tIILA'JCu.Ae.o ; it Acting tIaibiti. CT3ZEA2E ZF 1TOT'CHIEj EIEJE/ I IAiIdL: full Assortment of Liquors AI'VDJZWELU, -

May lt-Tl!) Saji.is' aud Solnnd OCZ.1A STRZZT,
cf all kinds. :

diei: Convention (srgsoizoi, (H.Y. 1'airtbair- Valuable Patent for .Sale I Than any other Establishment in Uw City JIVJ T1IHM A CALL A'rTHE COKKEU AD.lOJXlMJTHHMAUKFr. ::4 .

fidd,of Wirtwurin, vas tkt.d tcznj'rary' )[ : "' 'a'- ; Also.other Articles too numerous to _. JACKSONVILLE, FLA* ,

T owu.Uo lUtt-iit JVri-t-tual IJflW.'flflhIrnjUr '!*'11*'' -' *- :" I- melition- all-'of-'wliicli wilTbe sold .
;
mau. ia k7.ihIVille, F'Lt., j) 2-3il. ,- .. ?: .
)ttI .1'Ih' IX AH.L'STA. X IJIUH K.UII. i'aTxni-.t iPitU, burni wood or coul, .
j i ioui. ilakrs more linic, mom evenly ---- *I- ; ----- i '"* ii '' t 'p lowforctsh.p'
'llitri lu rtin [ burnt, eiU a hal]| le*. lo luliL, Mid ziakofun.., )w.. .
It). :
Ai o'ti-TA, May ? was a &vy ,_. i.r ., / '
1 fr, 12 1J Wholesale and a taiL .
f
the Cr, m !w crnu |*er iueliel than 1.ny.tle'iLiLit :
and bailbt<*riu this iiftfrr.oon, Hwniinj; j IMIW l>iji.pt. 1 will eii-lmfi tin- 1'attnt fur Kloriil.i Ai.r ..'_. .. H--,
rtw-ts and washing "P a i n1itii ">! the tr.ttk of uiiy"1l haei uUicru tMaI l4Ccrftt Ocoria f.T Iai.EI oni nyIICJI r* -

the street Vaihoa-l. It was tl.o btait storm Uiet i, Jtiiin'- }:ivcr -jjujirovi..l ] rclnvl.. TuliiiigKfiuUirl : jQI EiU&1
I.Ji-tii : In a jxTiuanvnt l4fl.thusiIH jsiyina
in years. -!..- ultj-r in Fl'jiTlu VirsiiiU, .Maryland or any i iAUauUc -
V1'',M BAVTI.t tlae or (oil statwLeri_ ooii l or coal <.ill le b-tkI.I-I;

h.ul tln-n?can inakoan aJvantn-jojti. csrum=n1 v a Mnnf'a -
11 AVA>\, lv 1 0.-Salnat u's thai jwb j( tcrB : JXO. C. WJKJiI .- H'ji

hate altandutioJ him. Soitu arcounla buy bid -'i S97 $tat<-jrtrcct! Erie Fa.IL'I .

wldiers hate him a irisJntr.: I 0 It : 1 : p S.ASp

TEOM M.UiToN.; : ;: : .,.: p

2O.&ffhJ1 was IS THE[ :1JEST:
lVLi.ULM.IUN, Miiy io1
f : -' ILiI.i..tI p constantly on band* wail Veteetedtoek d i _
the Sonato
f to-day.
session <> KEEfS
mi TLAXTE11S AND -OTIIEKti.fpin. p. '. .; ;- and Jewelry, on-1 all other arfrle*
Lwins the .
lluutc.-\Mtlioul transactiugany : _;_. i I l ,. ._ -, O5uuliy kept l>y the trade,which he off Th ,tfat th pbl3e
House adjourned to Saturday. ITnIr1ryOOD reduced prices. p
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Grafton Mineral Taint Company, now WannfaCA -i
The Mauagurb have demanded cojiiun <>l nil tuuiijr *1.- I.CKI. (:l4.JltlIDS] inost uralilt: I'aint j r

tdcgrauid j uit benco on Friday. in UK ; twocuat well put on, mixed with pure Unfcccd p 'GROCE BIItES a HARDWARE ATASO
Uil, I IWiU Z ,7
(nncralJJnyntou Utifit-d to Inuring lU ss i ,
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lay on th" 1 1th that he would vote for the Last 1O or 15 Years ; j jItUof H JL R U QV 'Ba_ 'iix p I uiAMf EL1; -p :
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eleventh.: arlick. S-JTUO tcv-cnty-Cvc \>IAJDtdegrams -p 8T4TIOXER] "- -
a light brown or beaulilul.ctincolato! color, anj | :
LIIMZIE -
sent heneg-wt're furnished to tbe Man / &EIVLVG JtAC1LINE5t
(uin Lc iluiucU Rrw.-nlcad,btouv, drab,olive orcit-am, I Iotuittlie '
agers. tohtccS lite oun.-uni ItiK &i1iible for TUB .sou'rn. A VARIETY Of OTHER ARTICLES f

1'eojuu hcto tumpLiin because tin' cubLiur of Jarn--[ --, 1't-isu.f, Carriage.'and trrnakeiPai1..', andWookswaic All kindc*of rrpiiirins done at short' ot ice, kail work1

the first National lUnk allowed Uutl'.T to cs- iicuiural| IniplctucntH, Canal IJo-aty, j- ll-lf C. L. R)1UNN.QLCRAM ( ) BERCKJffAN'S -. Plasters Hail1, Window warranted. At the-old staad of CV DOskjOeesa
street A. U. 1ev4's Bnildinx. 'e
amine their private accounts. VESSELS AND Sllli'fj' IKJTJXMSt I -. ,- -

President Johnson was in Ihc JIi; onic rotion FllUIT
( aItis. Metal and *liin V itoofK; fit bciiw Fir nndVulr NUESEEIES p -p
to-day on foot. \ l>roui'>,J'JfwrOil OFFICE
Ei-rrciident Jauics liudianan i is worbu. ini; u*u ;'IMIO bbte. thu io t year) and AM a paint for any j AT TDK POST ShowCase p

I>ut ji m; i* UuuI pesmed'tur body,durability, H.istirity, AUGUSTA GEORGIA. WATCH-MAKEB -
The Clirjniclc Korncy'i ,
\Van1Notox, May 20. ( aud ii'tlifcjvtius. 1 L'4' will flippy A |i.tntcT| for yt-nrs { ,., of ,
full ami fiiijii-IiU--
paper says that the iuipcacbuient ilanafxn tOOiiit. 1 Imvi jiift iITIVIM i

arc gleeful; over their invcbl! jtiong into tbnSenate's -- DEALMt IN Ural cia-s StaliMiH-ry/coiifis-hn uf FLORID AGENCY :1NAILS- NEXT TO ARcuwAY
WARRANTED ALL CASES
IN AL CA1'
NOTE:, LIi< ,
allegod cnn'uplion. T\'o autbcnUc dc-
LE'rrE1FOOL$ CAT',.t :,, IN IlAKTRiDaEV Biocx, BAX.s -
tails ha\e trautj.iud.PEOM tt&aot Snd I f.-r a circular whidi gives full particular > &
BILLET, TREES, rL.Ta AND GKAI CUTTINGS-i
>me genuine unlc i !Uraudvd ju a I raj.mark lilLLOAl' ,
CHICAGO- HtHI'BLtCAN XAlltiSAL VWNVCNTIOX 1 (Jritloii Mineral I'uinl. .dtlrc.4 FAMILY GROCERIES PKXGji*, ENVELOPES, Jacksonville, Fla.r .
XISETTXX XLGKO TJF.L.G1E. IX TUKXODY. .. c T.::11 i1.XEY. HOLDERS vW1UT1U Choict -Varieties; -
; "
PENS.'TEN: .
*" I.- 1I.. ----r r |>KSPEGTFUIXY informs the eitiaeajr fXV
22 3m .
may* JacUonviiltKU. I rj:4y11)1'j: 'oJ.2TFOL1O & & VLuLINu: TEACH >TREES BUDDED_ 'UPON W. W. HTJBBAKD yUle and vicinity,that ho has returnee

CHICAGO, May 20.-The Convention wa --- -. -. _' t__ W-* '- 1'HOVISN[ ; J-rmU ve bcoUing stock. i ig opened hIS place of buainctg as aboTef ? .' ..,, >
tailed to order by CJov. AVard, -7iiV 1scJIcfl; oA,1.. : r Qnkn kohcited and filled at Hat prires. 1 Mr. O.will bo happy to rcecire tic Miroaagc of lu
llifcbop Simpson [OFFICIAL.] .( wbith loller to the jiuWiftiui NokYorkliflI. I &li) Catatuguei turnWieiL'------- : old friends,aivl! as many new one aswtth to haretlkci' '

iofftrediip a prayer, and Call Sebum vas np- Skip Stores ; ; ;'. ,2 k 'i.OH twi.l,hill rw-wvo, daily oil New ,\ork Itoiiy audVtVkly c.LOwRY -.BAY-STR-EET- watches carefiniy reinired! and graa4, a4 loft*
U.tU i.ular.MagazuMr of : (Io3Z.' f --' that with liiz;expcri nc a-i a practical WitnteaaNr.in.thelMt ;
pointed ttnij>orary thairumn. \ 1irt>,iu well nn i *,j*> .
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,. II-- I -i. : : in this saL h
'' ( 1 forty years country, JSorope, wSl
A committee of one Jiom tadt SaUi-w'u aj>- United States Mail. WHITE VJNE LVMBKir, ; .;* .! :: Liwday-----(lire Xw3KCLll, LI1k1J4X13ItiWUI7 sii stotik. -.. -. 13-tf. Xxt-'ni./or 'Florida.Jacksonville, Fla. : :K-able to PT* full satisfaction ti,1 all '-who' hra ,fd'

pouited.on crodeiitials. Tbo fc-taloof T \ai8nnrcp ru.tf. E.IL. 1E1L). |Tacksottviile, FloridaISK'S watches to be repaired.- All watche* warram t4 OMIyear.
resented. : Jam XI-Cf .
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; !>CUL1S: OAKS c't: <
The"Southern States were all called. Jvinetecn --' I ---- L.r. i4 I 4 TZLJ32V' p iry1167.tr -

?4 ncgros are amun* Uie delegates. 'i_ ) : AND SWEEP S. 1ESI1 : : Pi--:
Fresh F METALICBUELAi ,_ __ :
Thee canvaMiing for Vice-President is tpiritJd. -.POST"OFFICE .iJlil'AUTMENT C. L. ROBINSON mily : :
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: It u thought Wade will lead on the iiret '1 b-tt; .. : ,.

Ullot.r WsiIncToNM T4: i8G8.', G kO'1itflis GAEDEN :SEEDS !

The Cynvention adjburnol alter ffcJling an ] D.oi'owh1 L received t.thi; OutilraU ()nh', -'>ftluj '

wgmization, to await the report of thc Commit-] I Jc jartuiua until OuVecfc' p<-an. of.Tmxj 23, iAL iT4E" BayfOcean Streets :1. S pp :' p "' rFOU i
tee on CrwluutiaU to-inorruw. li6$, (tv. I Le OociJc'l the next day) fo.- crr)lug the iu>tUu ) Corner of ; "'.'VQ- -' YilI.k.t1.FttJLfrrLAt.- -- .. p VTl6fUib'ALE EEYA.i.

Cittcioo of L'niUv HutcK Iri'iu Auo J.liGB, UiHTlf Juiie:4I I, : : I : : --- SALE, OK. *
May 20.-Tli HolJicrs'ai J Sail- on the fotlowln; nmle-in ibtutte of Kloriiii,und | ,,L, ,ri'a rp ; -' KtU1nIUIzf1'tlbJ.
or& Convention jiat>w l retolulionti endorsing; bj the Kcliudalc ot UcpurtnrCT anti -arrival. hi-irln 5nri1 I 1 SOlD .' I1nt *-phiiia4wnuid itpiii- p : i: -
wwt for 1'retiJcnt, favoring tliu impeachment linl. vU; ..it .' :' -- '* & 1i-t oitli.lt1, aii wilt eflat, th fully Unrinin Um aubfbe Uiat his U.-k ot U t UtiCinUE D:

of the rroadenl and the ol TCo. O< 3. >r' ia WcfiajuKie ky WititVt jirotoctiwn naturalized > if ill, 13 uiilev and-bade,rtwtce a vVfV. JjY -- Will IKMJVU aLs.; *.1'\ -l.i .' I - U pnIarcd to furnifth .
citizen* &Lro* .,. *the Trilnine offiw tht proit-fision gnvoweegroana. Arrive ot liaifcy'* Mill ly,1 19, r i 7/"JTST/ 1' .t4Wbkl1Whflhi fooad -ItS -' IIEAD'AND TOMB TONES .
]>euve llaily: Mill Wt-duenUay aud SutuiiUy al 1 {>m< C. -1RE'LL RQBISQN 't' -' p -* ANDAiTAaKSTFf> '
Arrive*t"W ti itwe by 15 p%; .." ; -AND'MKATS WirED: : - 'IKONFESCE8 p :
The cay u full und arrivals"continue. Thest'eitdbhideT will V rsquind to lake the oath CANNlIpjFUUIl'S. - -1;- ---- -- pI -- Wholesale and, Retail
StaU &w jirovided in 'llioConTcatioh'Jbr the wmimoorykta wo' *the4t oldhgrn For form* of proposal,' uarant icLaiidcci-tiCcaU, and srim' 1&'E17Trjr.c LDet.-1f1-tf Jaekflowitei p p PS : : **i p

deegtc aho for in tnictM>ns an to'tfiecundStioiw to.1* embraced 4 .tI! -p ''u" -- pip.--, i *

uij: utuc .N4tWL.LtY. )n jhc contract, A<-.,hce a4Tetn.tt.f October 31, : : 'f T -p- I 1 T '
? icwi, Inviting j-rvjtoaaU ('.iriuaii crvice J-'lodda, in be oi'Ijaiids.L 'ANIJinOilKSJ; WOODEN-WAKK, FJ9p; I'i AL-BEliT 1U1SSELL *
\VI.NDO\TH
CIitulcroNe M&y'20.-The Conscrvaii>tM of lound the iirtndpal i i.44itlir4.'ALEX..- 1 -l f I t $ I :. .
r aarloo :- -. W..Fb4tIALL i ; '7. S. i-i: : 4 :rt
bag nominated for Mayor ColuodTaUou Ii -, OF O, OAKUM; -
Wm. B. EU officer of JLlw Unitod States aiay.lv. 4 1o4flulMer 4itiier4. I IOPE -. tI'y l -- '!' i't'f: 1 .i--' ; HAS;. p 4in ; p lEf5
Ii ; 1- Lr '
V? $rm1, wb* tcrrod gallanttjrddriiisr tins war! and ._E11)EClflPT1ON 11AT1IE1t:: 1i1LTINU'-- 1 1$ -

'ho M'now cuKagud in cottott planlinp.! His : FOK SALE OR KENT, -. 4i -' : .'",'..i" J'" *". :": ; MOVED pI
.-, .-. -" '. i ft p -
PP a tto.UUbert! 1'ilUlMiry, an a-Borcau 1enveuii tti; ; \\AT .ALi TL11ES; r.97 CWiflUORANGBCOUNTY' ii'uT

gwt, who will be BuppuI.thdbytheIrrQUnion SUE F X'TR Ol _. .-.- -
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Wa innutIt App1y&u. '.. aecLboviLL1anl- 3tf r i I :1'{ ---; -' t pt n1- BIS, -p p:- isro 4.. 3! p
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Iesu. -
and the IladicaU.'T ;
extreme 1911 .I-wiL1)E! -.4- ----e------ -vBankruptcy--- ? '$ l -j- 1 PI t -
-' __ i" "if -!,. AND UKDERTAKINtf BiOP p.-
)LLTfluinsr -_ -- ----f- : "' ."'* .1'' -"j>*-ju' j : '
tiirrvy. In No 35. i -c-- BLOCK BAY ST
If : 4 4 irt- r ,
'CAC rFIcis TOBEN'I .,. ALMOD8 ENGLI8II"WALNUTS flICKp. -- p .. c-t I'
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May 20.-rTLe p craIonfuiiieu ) ; ( iO ; *. (-. : t raov BKT WoK TO tuuiJ8 *-VoS; I
J wj w4urr l to a CommtUeo of Fire petition* V'udrtd Court of lite United tyatitfoi' 'CROCKEKE : .j -1--'A 4L..t : .- p : .1- -i.-
officea Oct-an Btreet, (over I hcjKK.1 of ; .
r luutinp the large uu tocoruerot ,., -- S S ---- r5 --
Methodist and Frotc TWO -
; Kmsemft ) by the" Fi.oaiv& UNION. Ap- I' -r- frllC "-- ; "-" I p OBY.pTSPILDEETS: : v.
'vI1cop&l (iurd. plyatthisO14 1 tft Northern District( of117o1da.In -. I I f ti '- p. .

A lation looking lo an organization of tho .1Li __ tlto waiter of Ilculfn JI. ClarltD&iikruj.t. Nurf Ii -- /- : -- ;PLc 3ir ; IThTThR. VTL P1tEp Ocean. and-j 'Forsythi.A .Streets, Having made aaraupeiacnl to)bq kept: ncahly arsf&ei, ,

Iorelpr.eth1a in a ecparate ConEercBi-e W3 vritIi4rtctoJ'1ufldaSS.i < : -' u -TOSW, WA1ErIi '-.- '- .!(! .r !- P M--'t -l-v *-:--r n fnina1argo. S I t ::
: 'lliit i to ,iatknt1.aI--on the 14tUd r of ApiifWt '' '*1 .- orrogrrt THB, XE U>B&X OF i.P isKKii "WAKEIIOCSE c7
giva p : ,
,, Billiard .Tables for Sale. $ a Warrant (wfMhinkrujAcy waslssuedotU' of,tbe .. .; SERVES, .OAKfDiE ,*- .. : \. '--(' "- .' 4 ,

(* x_* f EXAtfjuUtlELECTIOJ.: f MAtnJi.VftLAl5, JJIUJAR1) 'TAI1LES, telnet[ Court of the United Btati'd fort tlai JiortlKnirtUtricl Kerosene Lard1Liibdc4ing Cotosri. J. P SANDEBSON we have the weds put up for our own trade,,witi oertldrvaq -
H11KK: of>1oridm tt ain ti the.JjUU-Uo of Keubru.lt.CUarlc -'- &c -- ft<- : ...- I. '; -: 'i-3i >;<: twnkafe on every package. TT hre nude af Stan tiw
:
r HAVES May 20. Tho Senatorial clcc- 'nearly! ncwj'in 1*" iuld Cheap luf cub, or tradv-d lo" *o{ tfikeCify, Jo Lheoouatyof Columbbvia fciul ft < tt-.'ia' : -. --
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Uu mt SOLICITS OUJXEUS FOI:
tii ut
tkieiiy.
in J A on\nkor Al'J-Iy
Land .
4. took jli to-day., 1Lkgbamnrutxl' ,- io.Lcj 41$,, 5 ho J ses itudgud a3iiuikxupt mbis ui peLt.liuiiiIb&t And In fia'S fuH'a a6rtmcnt of aH Had*6fp ". .- i3tlP.; c'p:: i iS j1"LLtuti4yI4.! p CA12.DEV SEED 4EPOT 'fof : --
? tIaQ ad t1audeUyeryo stnr4Vetty :
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.a'uK ti>v-'f'' >! uirt' ) bc1oiing* t mdi Ilanki-tapt,U kim ,or fa 1iU _: _-_ : .. a>4 Florida*and will always keep *,eoMWUA."
$a a-.----- intc,and the tr.uiKk-r( f any vrojicriy by liiiii, arc fintid.i14siby at'AiTTT.iTi: !; BOCEEEESrJ.TBK : taIl kind.ofUardcnm ,sig7werbeedsaitiZ.) ., .
NOTICE taw and that a meeting cf *wcditorg of Kiiilaurttpt -* "uNin' ; zr- ; soil sat climate Thelefore
M : ; z 't i. > ,, Ti'**: : : S -- far oar ,we
---'Ilio Atlanta "inldUgonccr says ."4t._ I. to proTC their dfM und t< cLo>r aN4tI iii thtf attrition and orddi*of aQ iattre.tM a tM p541

:,.L th iaa band, numUmng about fortv, TO THBTnUMCt-tto a tu4eueFnarLitiunsit iiMY aitx'iipuvit"f liU f't.ttc's wilt to Iielit at' thc cvnrt 91 I- -- .. -, -,- -' ..MfM'Kit -, ia *4 I 1 Gardens,and thtfflnoat kinds of V seU k*, -

r :- and hJtr in tbxf i burii 1* K VT. lX>*xu,.Cctot J :jfHyri.: ti1u&thiPci pjXreot to be buMen at JarMuuviU W.Oiiboz ,,,rtin; eglier4n thwf .:'I I p I L,.. 'i i I .- '-" I : : ,:. .. : i MAIL &PRESS. uatrveeiTvd,the Zjlow1uIng
iLj, II s '
oinsuiys : 'tr- sr b.inlruj'te r wId 44rlct,:iU tug Lb Ltyni, '- :. -o : I- t-.V; -Z

i i eontI.g4n traili -. "t'"s1.J'c'i Mi A'P 't8i- ,at 10 oVlocfc, am..; ,' .. LAIV"t] -.:- ; r -tVoLEsAL* 45utM1.GkOci1413tt 1 000 .Papers Flat Batch PJps .

?ecthatutbe tOip1 rbvdjuerb -1f- -_.'- : I -'-. -. 17 2i- I .ALEWflEJt" 'U. b. LGIvrn1L :' .-t I ii iq JtionviU'j fla St. Augus cJsonville. ;JL 000 ; 4a PurpIoTop $ $ %, :' -., .T

; :! j'4 c M.cnr. : h '' w Earner" and. Chimney. _. t ..rrip.p p 1..500 M Eed '' S 'I I.-
it:
ye aip &nIrdLgt,anL ba'vsn : MPe r- A : / 600 Slanring't Eat* Bag '- I --
r----jT-- : : -:- : S I'p .A1.ukr ut bo ottht'Mnttu iy bewvas *
tamlvtrZi1LTmyirnon 4 'AmMa: lbe' fiL4NKSFORSE! A 4.XVitc -' ; ; u -p 1oavW uch1 :- OOGI.-- Loo Blood and S< B'-
-X3u J3Xf. rH v !vi\ ''* IEgDrumheadCab1-
: LOOG -

i pretou&atiti&U .n ,, ] -:':r- NOTICE ,Op'- .Al-. i lKTM. ;; -'h ir ;( E .; )4 ir40S.: + .-.r, ; L4r'I4t -- :;- --d l I SIQ IarlyYork: ieflI p
-.1Ic kJt .i'1G v '
z4.b"e rMMftplyiugtI DEEDS -: iLDIVZrICI trflfA4.V'- II..e -- j ;.ii 4 tPi ill 411IL a. '' .ifli&. 4I i C iiawTh 500f ---Larg- p
siiUotV0 (
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: :.' ioh tricltfIntirfmatWeff.M.'Ci FIoiida. -J. IT S 'W.' I4J4 4,' 'V Mp mwnat westing of IB*StockltoHcrt fiDATtaJULYl. of thii Own ti P :k'-JatlioanUwwiUf lh luaroW tefiotW3 j 500 I' Ihitch. 41
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," -,. L 'ii JHM S OP : ; pT*.' ;ln..To 'p ., nt-_ ,. CU ij4.a i: .pony'. hbomi-idjrsr* ;* hJaigta-teHttTU i u a iat ei'asMS*; ; x" : I 5 Sugar 1431 > f-I
: Tsferc *-ttSv.JK
1: .-; whom it may wcmwm s Ttie ttU'lersIsfnea. ler1iy .;U- -<; :- -# o atha -: -.\fiOO ** Long Ortnga Carrot,
jrf'vi of W*' appointment an atrfBWxt rjK.-TA, 4t1i 4'uiI .
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PUBLIC ACTS OP.THE FOETIETHICOtTH the Bervico of Uw"-P t:Offico'. .. for ; ttl e,ot fiiaooBaajaaco,oc noy* prewqid of*aw prote- malls,fre of postage, isymedals certificates ci thanks, -
the yeas ending Jnne'tJiirticth,rfghandaizty&ineloutofa&jinondflain ii hundred O4'oQuao, M oB ii '. be oQawM w aeqi>tae pet* or other testtmo&JaL,awarded; ot which may ba award
tuiaaloafa.wrtlini cf t&e. Stmt ry ef IB*Treuwry_ uA J by the JegUlatareecf.t&tOSSM Wiritcrte lathe
tho teeaeury Prilci:Edrl ;.S soldiers thDrcof, under such regulation* ft* the I'octmas- to the other gafl bSIIrst dafrsveI by that sue Ibis eormp radtace shall embrace i **rf.I. .

ansngfrrnjrevtbffle- Island, Quebec,, Beycl: Rio do Janeiro. Hotter Approved, March 81, ISM. ten General may direct..- cf the-two odmiaktraacni which shall have obtaiaad letters ordinary and register*!.
: VodlirehJtl5 from the tatcraediarie too most izvonhio pecuniary
nc.rT; partroeoVitt cDnfonoity.loJ3ie ct'mt Newspapers,
tha abcoml
p dam, San Jo** dcl Stir, Baa Jon (Canada .- --- tcnoa for each tonal; and sj onwoatM advanced by butA-pestsofofh34i4&
.TrEtt&TEs, of* July, eighteen hvndrod and tha-ty-six i Ettt.) Santiago do:Cnl i, Port BamU Borne Joint- reoolBtiou oulliorLaDg the Comptroller- of Ihc Currcnsy one for the whtr shall be prenipUyrdmbuned.

)' For inland aiail tronaportation, incluning Singapore, Smyrna, Southampton Eainl Jobs, PUBLIC ULtDLtmONS- .OF, .THE lOllTUSTU to revoke the appointment of receiver for the ASIICU IV. cat euceeses,sheets of aW, *csM pats ,

wLT IRT k&ONt pay of route agents, postal clerks and mail moa (NowfbtmdlanO cocoui Farmen and-Cltij5caS/Jfational Bonk of Wunama- The ttiudard of mesbandise, thdmlts sag &s-
,) Saint/ Petersburg, Saint burg, New York,and to restore said bank to IU orira- weight foe the tmgfc mate f puctage end Suds esmapasidsaco be1SIJ4b

CABOtlXl. congers, too million five hundred > and,, twenty- Pierre, (Martiniqoa,) Saint "Thomas Slot era under ctjrteJncoadition*. .. the rut* of rrogreoUontaaB bo'- gtaitlug hi either ci said may countrias and 4s44 pj
six thousand dollars: Joint Be iu relation the printing of the re- the and-Home of Rrpreteatative For letter,fifteen gram*.
olnUuu to Be It received by Senate .
t .th4or
Swatow Saint Helena originating ia or dtroed tot *
-- From Newport, via Sandnrs Store.and Pelliford.toFelctier'aMuls Tampico, port of the Postmaster General. of the United State of America in Congress a- For all other eomsnondencc mentioned in the second zWga eons.j .
For mail Which these
: foreign transportation, four hun 1etrorontojTiioete; Trinidad, Cuba Z itxcaolyc4 S. by the eata end louse of eptsgi. eembleJ That the Comptroller of the Currency be authorized paragraph.of the first article, tt shall b*that which lbsdespatching p4o may respectively stirs as ut.

From Newport to Pettiford's. Croak. dred and twenty thousand dollars, under the TnpoIk4n The iativtof the Untied BtaInI of Aniftica La Vongrou a.-. with' the approval of the Secretary of the admmiftratton shall'adopt for-the mails
act approved Marco third eighteen hundred and Cru* Vienna Windsor Zorfcn. emblcd.Trhat bcnafter It shall bo the duty of the Con- Treasury,to revoke the order appointing a receiver for which it dispatches to the other,-adapted to the convenience S anCL! .

j CUI?. sixty-live'entitled VAn act relating to i tho grewional Printer to cause to be printed and bound the Farmers' and CltUene Bank of Wlfliamsburg, New cf It* mtcriorMrrke. Te offlc* for exchange of mail* *ba W, oa tbs Mrt
pay' III. COMMERCIAL AGENCIES. three thousand copies of the report of the Poitmastcr York, and restore the ask bank and the management Each administration, however, slull notify too other of the ratted State, New Yetk. -
prom Z&1kFtOC Pirmouth; postallawar. : General,instead oftwenty-flve bundrtd copies, a* pro- thereof to the directors, for the purpose of enabling tho of the standard weight tt shall adopt,and of any snb.s- ')* the psrtof the uw Cesfe4itfu..i.

From >Ve t Union,.via Codu Euu and Minoral ahipsteamboat, and way letters, eight 8CKEDt.XE.iB. vided- by the act approved-July twntjr-ceventh, cigh. association to continue the busmnee of banking; Provided quint change thereof Ce) Dank. -- -

Spnngs, toXocust'Qrove. '.. thousand dollars. Balize, (Honduras,) Madagascar '.Wai Jnoa.'dd tees huidred [cad feirty-alx, n single rate far each'additional standard or frac-
act a toWUct*wtth the above pwvteioa bo, and i* hereby to the Comptroller aaUslactory assurance that Ujo PUb weight it expedient
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FromOoal r\oD to Mineral Springs. For compensation to poshnaston, four million Isortc, taint Domingo.IV. ,repealed; and Qua resolution shall apply to the report lie Interest will be promoted.thereby,and shall venire, .lon thereof. '

From "VSTeatiTJniMV via AMiea Kidgo and two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, CONSULATES. Ior the preeent year. iu inch manner a* the Comptroller hall direct the.full The weight stated by the deepoteams office shall*1- ish additional office*of exchange.Aincislll.. --

Newport,to TranquQity. For clerk for post officers, two million dollars. Approved, December 20, 186. payment of all the creditor*ot the uaoclatioa and shall war* bo accepted, except in case of manifest mlrtaxe. .
SCHEDULE C. stock unmeant ia caae
the its
capital to
restore original
From loKew Portage, via Bates' Corner For payment to letter-carries. seven hundred Joint resolution changing tho time of holding Uut annual the capital baa been impaired by losses. The principle fa agreed, that sech oflcoa&tn auk*k*

and Clark's Mills, in Summit county, and and fifty thousand : : Aux Oayea, Baliia, Batavia, Bay of .ISlands, meeting of the stockholders of the Unkm Pacific Approved, March 2, 1868. race The la stogie established rate of a*petago follow r for the direct correspond' other waamagcaeBUfcr offlco U Bae Uttt despatch of of haLIS?
regular *
% fioni, Detmison to 'Bates, Corners, in same .For wrapping paper, aorcnly thousand dollars. Capo Hay ticn, Capo Town Carthagona, Ceylon Be Railroad it rewrve Company.* by the Senate and lions of UeprcscnUtivcs A mention authorizing the Ughl-lwunc Iwurdto ]>iuco For letters from the Untted States,fifteen cnjts. at Its own cost pay the expense of such Mted

L. county* For twine, fifteen thousand dollars. Cobija, Cyprus,Falkland Island*,Fayal, Guaya- of the United Btate of America ia Congress aemblcd. *- warnings over obstructions at the entrance of harbors For letter from Italy,eighty ceutecimi. transportation. It Is also it dl2iai tlMowtefnte!

From Cumberland to Cold well. For letter balances, three thousand five hundred quit, GoaymasTjnthfl Maranham, Mata- That the time of holding the annual meeting or in the airway of bay and sounds, and for For all other correspondence mentioned to the stcvnd aaoooal ocean and territorial tnostt of tjMlos |mb
of the first article tt shall be that which the
paragraph
bwtea the frontier of the twoeotatrloVsbaa
'
stockholders of the Union Pacific Railroad Corn- teflaet
I From .BarnosviUe, via Tempcranccville, toMfltonsburgh. ,dollars.: moms, Mexico, Montevideo, Omoa, Pay ta,Para of the for the choice of directors is hereby changed from other Resolved purposes.uy the Senate and House of Representative despatching administration shall adept for the maik Udespatches defrayMby that on* of the twodnwrtenU wkidi tban

For compensation'to blank agents and assist Paso dd North, Pineus, Bio Grande, Sabaoilla, the pay first Wednesday to October to the first Wednesday of the United State of America in Cousreu assembled adapted to-Its own convenience, but each have obtai'ried from the lateraedlariM The bast nwS

From North Georgetown, via Beloit and ants, eight thousand five hundred dollars. Saint Cathrin authorized to determine the puce at which such an- authotized, when In it Ii deemed no- adopt*, and of any change of it. shall effect sac transport te that COM ia both dw
ore theirjudgment
Jfeerfiold. For Verde Tabasco ,
North Beaton of&co furniture) throb thousand dollar (Capo ,) Spczaa Stettin
The postage correspondence, however, advoaeed
naal meeting shall bo held at the last annual meeting of to place a light-vessel, other suitable warn- upon any may lions ; and any anr mt so by one for teeoiatAancii
From Copt; New Portage. For advertising; fifty thousand dollars : Provided Tanita, [Tahiti,] Talcahuano, Tombez, Venice, the stockholder* immediately preceding such annual lug of danger, on or over any wreck or or temporary obstruction be, by common accord, modified whenexer the sender of the other shall ha pnwi4i3' Ub5Id.

From Shodeevllle Genoa. That no part of this sum shall be paid to Zanzibar. meeting j'rOTtdedtTh.; came shall be held at either of to the entrance of any harbor, or m the channel shall avail himself of any monte which require a higher IT.

From GroensVnrgh Cross Heads te West Mill any papers published in tho District of Columbia V. COMMERCIAL AGENCIES. the cities of New York Washington,' Boston, Baltimore or fairway of any bay or sound. rate shall than indicate that established the route by this preferred article,either, and the in writing envelope The standard weight for tie cmgle rate U latent
Cincinnati Saint Lotus *
Philadelphia, ,Chicago,or : See.2. And bo it further resolved,That the Secretary
except for advcrtibiug mail routes in Vri- SCHEDULE C. And provided farther, That on the election of directors of War is hereby directed to appoint a board of competent or by the amount of poetag prepaid. Uonal portage and rule of pnfntatos),shall be:

Frog Beit* $ &tion, via llartiler, to West ginia and Marland. herein provided for, to tak place in March, anna Dom engineers, to consist of not less than throe persons, AaUCLVf.The 2.L for an letters otter,* eng aBm a.

i Ilnshvnle. ?: "" ""* : For postage 'stamps and stamped -envelopes, Amoor River, Apia, Gaboon,: Saint Paul ,do tnt eighteen hundred and sixty-eight,the the term of office to examine ,the condition of the wreck of the stcomei prepayment of postage on ordinary fetter teI coed paragraph of esnespemdeeraieat1sutL the 4rt orttda that rtfci ut ti UMS.4is.-
then to
claiming right act iu of the of
of all acting or a the harbor
Scotland water of the city
persons now ween the United Statet and than be ttsTtooite
From New Bremen to Anna tatiuii. four hundred and thousand Italy optional. patchufofflcataanadovt for
Loondo Loanda
fifty dollars. [ loss wUek
,! including by exchange directors ot said company ah.1Icease nnd determine. New York, and ascertain whether the same U dangerous The of all other -
From Uornersvillo, via Maple,*to Fruesburg. For mail depredations and special agents ono thereon, four hundred thousand dollars, and the Approved, December'JO, 1867. to navigation,and to report thereon *4 a* early a day including prepayment registered postage letter oa*, haU bo obligatory.cecreeponiencc habits patch*of to the the Interior other*dayUdfa dBsmMcaUM

I From Van Vest to Colina. hundred thousand dollars. salary of tho consul at Gnaymas shall be one a* practicable, with a particular estimate uf the coat uf The correspondence of all lands which shall not be shall give notice to tho other of thee 4aadsadaJopta
in relation to the erection uf iu the
resolution a jail of said
removal wreck.
11 From UrbanaTia Spring hills, to De Oraff. For mail bags and mail-bag catches, ono thousand dollars per annum: Provided,, That District of Columbia. the Approved, March 2, 10W.A prepaid shall be charged too receiving administration and of airy subsequent c&iag* y
with tine not exceeding A cent ta the United States
1 From LtodoB,1-TiaLafeyctte"Somerrord and hundred and fifteen thousand dollars. all moneys received for fools at any viooconsnlatcs Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives and not a exceeding 30 eentctimihi Italy .-- rule rate of foe progrf each srion additional shall always standard ke-oa ottM

Tiadenville, Jlosodalc. For mail locks, keys, and stamps, thirty or consular agencies of the United Statea of the United State* of America in Congress assembled resolution rvlutiug to tho survey uf the northern and The correspondence of any kind, insnmdantiy prepaid thereof wdgat.or

ProD via thousand dollars. the of dollars in ,That the Secretary of the Interior be, and>hereby northwestern lake*. shall bo despatched,but shall ba charged by thereccring The stated l tchn iIsl
Tippocanoo, City, Ginghamsburg beyond sum ono thousand any is, directed and required to suspend for the period of Ruiwlvud by the Senate and Blouse of Representative administraUoa with ruight ytk'den>* f-offlc, a-
the deficient
( and Fidelity, b Union/ For payment of balances to foreign countries one year, and all moneys received by any consul forty day from the passage ot this resolution all work of the United States of America Iu .Congress assembled well oa the fine olbrctald. postage, a* way be accepted except&&rIcLs in caea T.*f BttamstwMako

From New-Bremen to Dinsinore. throe hundred and fifty thousand dollars. or concul general from consular agencies or upon the jail to bo erected in the District of Columbia, That the second section of an act entitled "An act Fraction of one cent in the United State, and of 4ccnteslmi

From Ilfllsbbrqugh, via Samantha and Ca- For miscellaneous payments including allowances vice-consulates in axcots of one thousand dollars under the act of Congress approved July twenty-five, making appropriation for the construction, preservation In Italy, shall be counted for the foil amount The single rate of paataf onence tim. dixest
hundred and sixty-six, and the amendment certain
eighteen ,and repair of fortifications and other work exchanged between-liii ti-s &dmIstras .
roy town','to Ticnna.FrJKij. .- to postmasters for rent, light, fuel, in the aggregate from all sneh agencies or. vice- theretOiapproved March second, eighteen hundred and of defence for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen AanajrVII. Jeet to tbo. reserve meatiooed Ia Article TO,shaft bTu esb-

.Frazcysburg to BLulcnsburg. fixtures' stationery* envelopes, and BO fourth consulates, shall be accounted for and paid into sixty-seven ; and that the Treasurer of the United HUtes hundred and sixty-eight," approved March second, S Airy curro vuadeiKu may.ba rcgiatucd a* well thai

From Hanover .v1a Pfem-tor] to Fallbur' throe hundred ana seventy five thousand dollars. the treasury of tho United States 'and no greater be directed -withhold for the period aforesaid the payment eighteen hundred and sucty- cveu, shall, not apply to directly exchanged between the two countries, as that 1. On letters from the UaitwlSUtetVtteeat,
,- of any money appropriated Ion the erection of nailjail. the appropriation for tho survey uf northern anti northwestern originating in either of them and destined to other fax- 2. On Idler* from the Swiss Omfciezatioa, ft)
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum than five hundred dollars shall bo allow lakes.Approved sign countries to which they may respectively serve a* time* en-

From Jandleyr* IWnVon Kidgc, Blufilon following sums, or so much thereof as may be ed for the expenses of any.vice consulaie or consular Approved, January 11, 1888. March 2, 1868. IntermedIaries for registered correspondence, and eke 3. Gn all other correcpoodnKemaatiowi 5-- ia--S t

and Beaverdam to Lima.FrofrNewJIolland be and the for That ttnat. cowl paragraph of the first ararfe,the-rate ahoB bo
necessary, same are hereby appropriated agency any one yearProvided, Joint resolution in relation to the sale of stock bi the A resolution providing for the rcvredentalum uf the The international correspondence registered must alwav the moll dMpelched, that which lbs acvpatcAfe

via UJarkeburgh and for tho year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hereafter the compensation of consuls whose Dismal Swamp Canal Company. United State at the International Maritime Exhlbi- be prepaid, both the postage and the register tie*. shaH adopt, adapted to the watenfence and Situ s of

; Greenland, to Chillicblhe. hundred and sixty nine out of any money annual salaries do not'tiuderexisting law, exceed Bo It resolved by the Senate and House of Representative lion, to be held at Havre. The fee shall be, not exceeding 10 cents in the United U* interior *Jmfntktrxti
I From Anna to Minster.onnoox.. in the treasury not otherwise appropriated: one thousand five hundred dollars, and the of the United State of America in Congress as Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives Stated, and 59 ccntcshnl in Italy.Aaricis notice ta the other of the rate it adopt nd ef say mV-
of
srmhtod,That the Secretary the Treasury be directed of the United States of America in Coogrcr assembled, VIII. sequent change thereof.
-; For steamship service betwean San Francisco fees collected at consulates rhere they ,'ara' to adjourn the solo of eight hundred chare of the tock That the Secretary of the Navy bo authorized to detail

r. J apau, and China, five hundred thousand dollars. located and paid into;the treasury of tlio United owned by the United State in the Dismal Swamp Canal one or more officers of the navy, a* he shall think beet, Accounts between the two ndministrattous shall be' tint&aVL'S
... From Brownsville; Via Peoria, Corvallis, States amount to three thousand dollars shall Company from the second day ot January,eIghteen to bo present at the International Maritime Exhibition, regulated a* follow: The prepaTment of postage on ordinary letters shall
Hummers in King's Valley, Haytonstalis, at the hundred and sixty-eight (to which day said sale now to be held at hairy, under the auspices of the French From the total amount of the postage collected upon ba optional, subject ta the coodittoaa mArtid Vll
foot yijfuin at the For steamship service between thu United bo two thousand dollars per annum. stands adjourned), until Saturday, the eighth day ol government, from the first of June to thirty-first of October letters, added to the amount of register fee, and of prepaid mentioned, but on regJ Ure4 letters aad oa aHt&r'earrcspondence
rf bUsEIkCity, Yaquima States and Brazil on* hundred and fifty thousand For interpreters to the consulates in China, February, eighteen hundred And firty-eight, nt eleven of the present year, there to represent the Unites postage* upon other article than letter a*collected mentioned in p ragrapb *e>na4 ef tk tAxncis.VlJ.

bay, Military \c'agon Road and Uysterville, to dc liars. including loss by exchange thereon, fire thou o'clock a.Approved. States, and otherwise to promote the interest of exhibitors by each adminIstration It shall deduct the cost at first ankle, it shall be obugatStyT

} :Newport, on the bay of Yaquima. January 11, 1868.A from our country : Provided, That no expenditure the established rates of the intetmediate transit of the .
For service between San Francisco sand hundred dollars.-
eight
steamship mail it despatches ta the other,and tho.balance ahallbo
and. Cheha- hall accrue therefrom to the treasury, or to any public
From Portland, .via Bndgcpbit and the Eanwich Islands, seventy-fivetbous For expenses incurred, under J instructions resolution for the appointment of lle ents of the fund, nor shall any mileage or other expenses, or any equally divided between the two administration If.however. the postage cf shall any nycormpundec*
ba
loin Gap, to Dayton. Smithsonian Institution. There shall be excluded from the account all fines prepaid immfflnently, it aermwS* blir
from additional DO to such
and dollars. the Secretary of State in bringing home compensation, paid persona a*
warded to its
From AlbaBfrVia Boi$ >n Millx, to Browns Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives may be designated under authority of this resolution, upon unpaid or insufficiently paid correspondence, and destinatioo. charged with the defldmt
ville. For preparing and publishing post-route maps from foreign countries persons charged with of the United States of America in Congress assembled nor shall any national or public vessel be employed to the deficient postage upon article mentioned ta the second postage,adding full amounts, Instead of fraetioaiu ef t

:rFronf twenty thousand dollars. crime, and expenses incident thereto, ten thou That the vacancies in the Board of Regents of the convey the officers EO detailed to or from the place of paragraph of articu first, all of which shall be retained osat or 5 centimes.
Corn a.Roudfr'8 Mill, King's Sec. 3. And be it further enacted That if the sand dollars. Sraithionia.n Institution of the claes "other than members such exhibition. to the use of the administration which collects Upon the delivery of any unpaid hauintiwesitonevpondeuee
they.shall
VallcyrMipfeiimallsi at the -fovt cf filled the them. belerIeda Ine1 t ,
Yaquima ot COMTCIS" be by appointment of Theodore March i: 1868.
revenues of the Post office Department shall be For salaries of the marshals fur the consular \VooUey: of Connecticut, William B. Aster of Approved, State not exceeding five cents, and-te Hwttsrriud Be*
and ville to AILIWLZ DC
-', hill, 1'ioneeit3'P.kiity, Oyster insufficient to meet the appropriations of this courts in Japan, including that at Nagasaki, New York, John Maclean of New Jersey, nnd Petur A Revolution providing for the issue of clothing to .ol- The correspondence mentioned ia the second exceeding 2i all centime other*. This flue aad oioth e9ckBt

Newport, Ranch in ho to Uumboldt act, then the sum of eight hundred thousand and in Ohms, Siam, and Turkey, including loss Porker of the city of Washington.186 diersand others, to replace clothing destroyed to pro graph article first shall be despatched in conformity para. not postage enter on Into accouats eorrespondeac between the two* than oficefext! letters,ian skoU
Expru Valley U, $
torn January
I dollars, or BO much thereof as may be necessary by exchange thereon, nine thousand dollars. Approved, vent contagion. with the intbrior system of lbs despatching administration bi retained to the UN of the
offlc .
Basin. be and For the salaries of the conrals and Resolved by the Senate and Hou.e of Representatives but always including the following rule : eollectfng 5
is
the at Osaca
From Umatilla, via the county teat of Ya- same hereby, appropriated, Joint resolution- for the relief of destitute persons. in the of the United Stated of$ America la Congress assembled (a.) correspondence must bo under bond, so that Asiitis VUl.
to be paid out daily money in the treasury not Yoddo, Japan, whose salaries are hereby fixed South. That the Secretary of War be, anti he ia here the contents be readily examined.
; can stall
Uio Pass tu Seattle Registered correspondence ia flirt
qoimaandf .ftioqualmic otherwise appropriated, to supply deficiencies in at three thousand dollars each, six thousand dollars. Bo it resolved by the Senate and Route of Representatives by, authorized, at any time, oa 'the recommendation of (&.) There must be no written commnnkatkm .xc.pt postage, be subject to a register-fc inn to tie
I Washhigton Territoty. uf the United States of America in Congress asembled the Surgeon General of the army,to order gratuitous Issues the date, the name of the sender the addieas and the the United StatuS jrceetof tweeaUla '
the revenue of the Post Office Department for That the Secretary of War be hereby author- had and not llnt fifty OSB-
of clothing to soldiers who have contagion
rzThT.tNIA. the year ending thirtieth of Juuc, eighteen hundred For rent uf prisons for American convicts in nod toitauc, for the relief of any and all classes of destitute disease and to hospital attendant who have nursed price chandise., and manufacturers' marks upon samples of mer times l is HTh/crland, and this fee stall bvaTny* wepl -

and sixty-nine. Japan, China, Siam, and Turkey, and for wages *la the South; finch dcjsiccatod potatoes and defalcated and attended such soldiers, to replace the articles ol (c.) No pattern or packet may exceed sixty- centime ..tj5ncis IX.,
From Ann,h ta Heshbou. mixed vegetables as have accumulated daring their dotTing which have been destroyed by order of and centimeter"ia dimension.
bi thirty
tree length other
March 50 1868. of the of the nine thousand dol
keepers any
From Kichland,jiaMillbath and Klcinfeltersillo Appproved, same, the war and are not needed lot use in the army; the the proper medical oflkm to prevent contsrion. Any conMponOfcoco may ba wgiuUred,**watt iat faational
samo to be iscmed under the direction of the Com mis. Approved, March 12, 1868. cf. There thall b iMftnittfd correspondence aa that orlgiBating ia or dot*
no,1injtincrothayvt1tie
to Schcauostown.From ) lars.For salaries ministers resided and consuls loner of the Dnreaa of Refugnec,Freedmen and Abandoned (which) injure the other lined for other countries to which the** two atateteo--

Conestoga to Lancaster city. AN ACT to amend an act uulitled "An act to Lands. Joint Kejolutiou relative to the poet office and t>ubtieasnry article might the of which correspondence, nor lions may recpeeUvdy servo as iMuniof1adss ta*h'.
Importation
and Liberia thousand
to eleven maybe prohibited
general ilayti any
ia Advance llusaok's Mills Approved, January 31, 1K8.A of city of Boston.Be dtreetkn tat the trnnuion of suca regltUrcdarmtks.
t From Shdocta, provide for the prompt settlement of public by the laws or regulation of the'ountryof doettnvtion
five hundred dollais. East shall
:department notify the other of tie
it resolved by the Senate and House of Reprt&cnta- cotatrie
I- and Atwood, to Barnard. accounts, approved March three, eighteen For expenses under the act of Congress to car revolution limiting contracts for stationery and other tires of the United States of America in Congress assembled ; tu which It may thus serve at intermediary.

fLL From Ip4iiiua, via Utah, to Mint a. hundred and seventeen. into affect the treaty between the United supplies in the executive departments to one year. That the mayor and postmaster of the dty of A.axicazX. AavictsX
to View. Bo House of Representatives ry Reeotved by the Senate anti House of Representatives Boston the assistant treasurer of the United States at international S
Ii From Lycippns JUdjjo it enacted by tee Sunata and It u ezprtsdy agreed that all corre- Accounts between the two office shall tie
*
States and Britannic for the
hear Majesty sup of the United State of America in Congress assembled tho city of Boston, the President of the Board of Trade pondenco exchanged shall be exempt in the country of 1oq
From "West Alexander to indciunbinx. of tho United States of America tho following bad*: From the total
ef '
itt amoUnt
pression of the African slave trade, twelve thou That it shall not be lawful for any of the executive of the city of Boston, Alpheu Hardy and Daniel Davis destination from any charge whatever expresilypro- and collected pestag -
From Scotland to' Giwn Village. in Congress o&semblod, That the act of March sand five hundred dollars. department to nuke contracts for stationery or other Boston, bo appointed a commission to purchase a site vided by this convention : Pro vt-led,nevertheless, That added to register-tees the total amount of by each.-oflt ea fetter*.,

N From Schollsburg, via New Poris, Alum three, eighteen hundred and seventeen, entitled For supplies for a longer term than ono year from the time for a building to accommodate the post ofllee, sub-trea- any duty which may be due to the custom upon any on other conepoBd prepaid'portage ae whiob K JMpateat* sad registerfees
under the act .
Bank and Spring Meadow, to St. Claiievillo. "An act to provide1 for the prompt scltlment expenses neutrality twenty the contact is mode; and that whenever propoMln for slur, and public offices of the United State in the city; article, under the laws of the country of destination, the despatching officer shall Wacttbc amoaat retrotatioa *
thousand dollars. supplies have been solicited, the parties responding to of Boston, In accordance with their report submitted to collected.
From .Wittenberg, via Pn hontonf to Fru t- of public accounts," shall not bo construed to For the payment of the fourth annual instal such solicitation shall bo duly notified of the time and the Postmaster General and the Secretary of the Treasury may l-e Aar/CLB XI. thereof the agreed between tote.tho for.twa the-frontiers cost of nto mediate. b adt S

tn authorize the heads of of opening the bids, and be to bo and them viz r The estates lying 01 ssd.the .monutcf
to ,
burg, Maryland.Froui'Mfll departments change place permitted prep by approved the shall
net
two ba divided
mn* between th
of the the United
mont contributed oOeai
two
Run via Draktloun to Uarnuds- the balances that bo certified to proportion by ant either in person or by attorney, and R rarord of each Devonshire street, and between Water street and Milk The two administrations shallestablish by common. ia the of *
or modify proportion three-flftti (&4v to the Caltal
may States towards the capitalization of the Ud Shall then and there be mad street, in the city of Boston, (containing about thirty accord, and in conformity with the arrangement ix
1 rillc.c4:; ; them by the Commissioner of Customs or the Scheldt dues, to fulfil the stipulations contained Approved, January 81, 1S&S. thousand bquaro.feet,)and:that they bo authorised to force at the time, the condition upon which the two offices Status office and twofifth.3)to the fhrias office.Axncta .

From Turk Sulphur Springsia Idavillf, toWinka. Comptroller of the Treasury, but that such bal purchase the same for a sum not exceeding five hundred. may respectively exchange ia open mails the correspondence H.
in the fourth of convention
article the bctweuo.the
ances, when btated by the Auditor and properly Joint resolution tu provide for a cunuiifegion t,vatnioe thousand dollar: and the Secretary of the Treasury i* originating in or destined to foreign countries The ccrrc..ponjlcnce mentioned in tie second poia-
,' United States and Belgium of the twentieth meter f distilled authorized to such of aa bo to which they reciprocally serve as interme
and report on nr spirit hereby pay sum money may may graph of the first artielo shall be ieapai ed Ttadar rsraEitions -
From New Hope, via 15ackmansvill -, to Pine- certified by the Comptroller as provided by that of May, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, the Be it resolved by? the Senate and House of Reprcxntatives necessary to carry the foregoing resolution Into cited diaries. It i* always understood however, that such to: be established by the daspatcbiD ; .ce, tahrays -

'M act, shall be taken and considered as ;final and of thousand live hundred and of the United State of America In Congress a.- from any money In the treasury hereafter to be appro- correspondence shall only be charged with the intmiatiooal indnduK tlio tolhiwmg iFust. _,. -

d villc.Fiom Fanm>lUbarg"via C'-arrit-k Furnate, to conclusive upon the executive branch of the sum fifty-five embled, That a commission, to consist cf five persons, prla'ol: Provided, That no money shall be paid out of postage established by this convention, augmented If u packet shall contaia snthIniv'wLia shill!
eightyfour'dollars in coin, 'and such further to be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, im the treasury in>pursuance of this resolution,until th ty the postage dac to foreign countries or for other be closed against Inspection; nor say written comnml-
;4L London.liinklcthnIo government, and be subject to revision only by sum as may b.nocessary to carryout time stipulation hereby- created, whose duty it shall be, in connection title to the aforesaid estates shall bo properly certified exterior scrvke. cation whatever, except to state to whom and froa

LifI From Reatnstown. Congress or the proper courts; Provided, that of tho convention providing for payment with the existing commission of the Academy of 6ti by tins United States district attorney for the district of Atrictr XII. whom the packet!* aunt; anti the number sad prktt

3ill From Waymosburg, Mount Morris, Dunkard, the head of the proper department, before signing of interest the said and the ease, to carefully examine all meters and mechanical I Massachui'ctts.Apl.Pe1iMarc1t.- The post departments of the Uuitvtl States and of placed upon pattern or sample of merchandise.HecooU. .
on sum OH portion contrivance or inventions that may be.\ presented to 12, 1HG8.A .- 2to pocket may exceed two Are fai length, or
and Wiley, to Greensboro. a warrant for any balance certified to bam of the principal remaining unpaid.Sec. them, intended to measure, test, and ascertain the productiveness Italy reciprocally engage to transport gratuitously across one foot iu any other dimeMioa, or tie mnivaieat

From GroensboTO ,via Maplvtown, WillowF by a comptroller, may submit tu such comptroller 2. And bo it further enacted That of grain, or other article prepared for distillation Resolution authorize the crwtivn uf a military their respective terrjtoiies all correspondence which Swiss measuronieat.
any shall be In dosed moil with countries to
teAyiynesbnrg. facts iu his the or the actual quantity and strength of distilled storehouse at Fort Monroe, Virginia.Kewlved exchanged any Third. Xvitber office shall
Tree, Whitely, any judgment affecting correctness which bo boaa4t*deB er say w1
officer of the of the United States they or intermediaries:
respectively serve
army or navy subject to tax, produced therctrom, giving du by the Senate and House of Representatives I may tide the of which
spirit, importation be prohibited by the
fb may
balance
Jamestown of such but the decision of the
From Royalton. Provided
who shall, after the passage of this act, acceptor notice of the time and place where such examination uf the United States of America in Congress assembled, always, That such conveyance shall be eflee- laws or regulation ef the eouatry of dalseation.S .
From Ercfldowri ifcG urn:Tree. comptroller thereon shall be final and conclusive hold appointment m the diplomatic or will be conducted ; and that the commission shall meet. That the Secretary "r War *" au'1 nc 'Is hereby, authorized ted and bv that the ordinary means of null conveyance in use; .S Fourth. So long ta any miit the
any emmtriea benefits"of sucb
From Bridgowatcr ia Oakford, Fcastxirville, as hereinbefore provided. and proceed to the performance of their duties, untie to grant perminoion to William U. Kimberly, armyand taking gratni- able ea any article cii4homaIla, rich M*
consular service of the shall be tons service shall redpiocaUy accord the Mba
government, the instructions of the Secretary of the Treasury at the navy contractor at Fort Monroe, Virginia, to re S privilege my be levied fax tuo no rf tbo'caftosatv
18G8.
and Bocksville, to Hichboronfth- Approved, March 30, considered as having resigned his said office, earliest practicable day, and shall report iu detail to th build the military storehouse recently destroyed by fire of free transit scram their respective territories. Fifth. Except a* abora, n9 charge whatever, Dth* -

FromGttthricville], via Lindwy's Store, to and the place held by him in the military or said Secretary, to bo communicated to Congress, the resuit at that i>ost, upon such condition and under such restrictions : For Uw for transport the othet by of closed sea,tire,mail following by either rate are administration fixed wise than Is herein expressly pravidee du ah 9 be Jevte4 9F
uf their examination, with such recommendation a* the Secretary of War shall deem coinpatibl collected the
rI jotneanue; on eonespondeae .
exchengcd.AMTICII
: naval shall Le deemed and taken to be to be charged and rucclveJ the admiulatr'tiun
AN ACT fur the service by rendering
Cuntitx making appropriations con as they may deem expedient ana most to mo interest 01 r with the interests of the government.
to
1 FromCochranton Wayne sular and diplomatic of the vacant, and shall be filled in the same manner the government,on or before the first of March next. Approved March IB, 16$. the service, vie : IlL
From Mount Canned to Danville. expenses government (a) For transport across the water of the Atlanticocean The two deportmeoU shall
I thirtieth as if the said officer had resigned the Sec. And-be iUIflhcr resolved, That pending the poet eUU3hby qme-
pamc.Sec.
From Bockton to I'cnflcld. for the earending June, eighteen action of said commission, and until their report be Joint lloulutiuu appointing managers uf the >i tiuiui 8 cents per single letter rate, and 12 cents per went,and in conformity withOH smngemeats laMes

I Cocnrantoii Wilson's Mills.fl. hundred and sixty-nine, and for other purposes. 3. And bo it further enacted/That no made and a meter shall'be by law adopted, all work on Asylum fur Disabled Soldiers itntl fur other purpoHC.S. kilogram net of other correspondence. at lbs time, the coaditwa vpon which the two offlia
t. FrFrom doplomatic of consular officer shall receive sal- the construction of meters, under the direction of the (&) Per transport across the water* of, the Pacific may respectively exchange ta epen'40000,.Ib* corraL

,' From Bcalsville to Monongebala city. Be it enacted tim Senate and House of ray for the time during which ho may bo absent Treasury Department, be, and is hereby, suspended. lie it resolved by lie&inatc and House of Reprvsen ocean, 10 ectit per tingle letter'rate, and 30 cents per pondence, originating river destined to,the otter fcf
Yftncerille to by time contract for of in Congress kilogram net of other correspondence.Y sign countries to which,they '
From Dummingsvillc And in the mean no/urUicr meter*I tatives of the United State America as may icerpiocaJrfverra i.
.- llilL Representatives of the United States of, America from his post by leave or otherwise, if such hall bo made by tho Secretary of the Treasury under Mmbled. That Erabtus it. WulcotLof Vf isconsin. John ) For transport across the McdUcrianeiin' sea, M IntermeUianes. It U always understood, however that

rJ. .Scenery Hills in Congress assembled, That the following sums absence shall exceed sixty days in any ono the fifteenth section of the act entitled "An act to amend II. Martiiidalc, of New York, and Hugh L. Bond, of centesimi per 30 rarna of letters net, and 60 eanteslinlr such correspondence shall only be charged with the rat ,
From;, vCatwisi>a, ,via .MeudcubaU'fi existing law relating to internal revenue, and for other Maryland, be, and hereby arc, appointed managers of per kilogram net of other correspondence. appliciblA to direct Jutpmatianal correBpntdeaee-
be, and the same arc hereby appropriated, out year. : (J) For intermediate territorial transport each administration mented th
Valentine 's.ugbtsto Elysburg.t approved March second eighteen hundred the National Asylum for Disabled Soldiers, under the by iportogedaio tarciraciKarncK i bjf
of in the otherwise Sec. 4. And bo it further enacted, That the purposes shall charge and receive the amount which it TO < tr *
not serviSv >
lirockwaysviUe to KeynolJiville.Froa'Waterlop any money treasury appropriated and sixty-seven. provisions and conditions of the third section of an act any other tax for exterior -
t From Shado for the objects hereafter expressed, act entitled "An act to encourage immigration," Bee, 8. And be tt further received, That the Secretory pprovcJJMarch twenty-third eighteen hundred and shall Lave actually paid for the account of the other. Atncii XI!!.

to Valley. for the fiscal ending the thirtieth of Juno approved July fourth, eighteen hundred and of the Treasury i* hereby authorized and directed to ixty-six, from the twenty-first i>f April, eighteen liun .%AaiicuXIIL Each .
I via Volant Lees- yoor office xuv i From Kew Wilmington to in the not otherwise deed and and that I 'ISond.'of Mar
out of any money treasury appropriated sixty-tight ; Huxn. > -
bo and the is pay Tire account between
sixty-four same hereby repealed. the twa edssiabtra oiM shall sit of closed malls
eighteen hundred and sixty-nine namely. exchanged, favettlwr Otectioo, bt-
the expenses Incident to the carrying out ol r rylantl, be, and in hereby, appointed manager to servoout
t burg. | 1. For salaries of envoys extraordinary, minis Approved, March 30, 1896. thiaiointre.oluUonafld alao reasonable compensation the unuxpircd term uf IToratio O. Stebbjms of Call- berntatcd; quarterly, and transmitted and .verified as tween the latter and atry country which; UM other
and the- debtor office'shall
1iiioiiI5t.tkxi an practicable .
speedily ; pay may serve thtermediary.by4la iii.ut of
; to Church Btatiun.FromTrozclsrilietO of the said commissioner m *
From for services of such as arcnot p forms, resigned.
of the United States the
and coinmihsiancrs at the
ters balance found due to the creditor office, either mall tranrtatn
br ,whether on sea or baiL. Aaeh Irma-
officer of the United States or members of the 8cc. 2. And be it further ra oh d, That the Secretary
Bearer 'itha. An act to fxcmiitcertain manufactures from internal now >
ri' exchange on London or at the debtor office, as the creditor
Great Britain France Russia Prussia Spain Oils tbtyttory.bl1 fit, of
,
tax, and for other aid academy. of War be authorized to furnish, from the captured ordnance office desire.
II lladeria.i purposes.Be may
Frenifimith'sirfllslo Austria, Brazil, republic of Mexico, China Peru it enacted-by the Senate sad HOUM of Septwentatiros Approved February 3,1668. such ordnance with their implements as be may The rate for the coaverejon. of tlio money of the two expense.Fur such transit V the
United
FcomJUrookville to Kuozdalo.I Portugal fcwvitzcrlanJ, Belgium, Holland, Den et Use United Stale* of America.*Oranjre** a** deem proper, to the several national asylums for the countries shall be fixed by eomniop agreement between receiv as follow : > sea SUCesfoCe, .. ,**.b4
I From 4&ilegony to rrentissvillu.i embled, That aie.Ioua.ainety4our-.a4-ntaety4ve of JoioYrcAoiutiun providing for the sale of iroii-dad,. purpow of firing salutes; and also such email-anus and the two offices. I. -
Bwcl&n Greece Ecuador United For transit
mark Turkey acrua the water of the Atlantic :
the act entitled "An act to proride internal rveaue to ,Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Itepresciitatives equipment as may be necvtuary for thu purpose of guard ocwa
tu For
From Cl&rringthn States Columbia Bolivia, Venezuela GoatcK.- support the government, to pay Interest on she public of the United Btate of America in Congress asembjcdV duty f t the asybuji*. AjmctiXlV. S a. letters, 8 cent per single letter rate .

From Haxelvillo to Boer Springs. mala, Nicaragua, Sondwirh; Island; "Costa debt,and for other purpose/' approved June thirtieth, That the Secretory of the N be. and he fe HCHUYLEK COLI'AXPwaker ,,- When in any poll of either country a cased wail i is Q. fgr ether carrespundencc. ,IS-- ecata- AA.per hUe.griniene. fc

I From Fall Brook to Allan Boro. -* < Rica. Honduras Confederation Poraguay eighteen hundred and .ixtjr-Cottx.aad.all seta and part hereby, authorized to dispose of such tron-efad vessels, of the House of Rcprwentatfves.B. transferred from on* vessel to another,without any expense Z. For transit
and Willow Argentine of act amendatory of said sections, be, and the same except thoM of this -Dictator," M Kolamozoo," "Monadneck F. WADE, to the office of the country where the transport it acros the water of the Pacifla acting
F{. From Carmichael, yia Ceylon Japan and Salvador, three hundred are hereby, repealed, except only *o much/ of the aid ," and "lngsmk;" classes, as In his judgment Prcbitlent of the Senate pea tcmpvrc.Kudurad mode, such transfer shall not bo subject to any postal b-a.For Fur letters. 10 teats parsing!*kterrta. -

TreeAoJavistown.FromHarlansburg.. and one thousand dollar sections and amendments thereto a* relate to the taxesimposed are not required iy the iutm-sts of the service, at a l.y the President: "ItacejvcU 2tb! JUrch, charge t>y one office against the other. other orrespondenc" ", 20.cents' S per W.-

t via llaingi\ and West For salarces of secretaries of legation as Jol- thereby.on SM made of coal wb.Uyor ia part, price to be determined.' by. appraisal, to be made by a 1868." AXTICU XT. For such graaUBO transit,aeC' -
the Biriss
l'ysea office shall ceiresi
to CentrovOlc.. or of any other material; or UlnniinaUng, lubricating, board of not less than Ire naval officer*, two of whom (NoiK BV IHI.DK'AJIIHBM or 8r&vs.-Tbe foregoing -
(g Libert/ lows: or other mineral oil*or articles the ynodacto of the distillation nail (be engineer: and report shall be made to Congress resolution having been presented to the President of the vvifupvuvuirexclusively relating to the postal follow: - -
'V From JEnon Valley JIarvia. At London and Paris, two thousand t>ix hundfpd redistillation,or rettning of crude petroleum, ,u fiut a*said vesaela ore sold,of the amounts re United States for his approval, and not having been returned service thnll' J>c -transmitted- cw'bpth- -tides; free- of all For transit across tin water*of tW Atlantic ocean:

From Darlington to Elder's Mills. and twenty-five dollars each. or of a single distillation of coal, abale, peat, aaphaUnm, alised from such salos, and tim parties to whom sold : by him to the house of Congress in which it originated dwrp j (a.t. Fur letUwi, 8 cent*per tingi*letter rat*,
From 'to Knob. or other bituminous aubctoaee, on wine therein described Provided, That after such appraisal public notice shall within the time prefcribed by the Constitution 1tarwLg Xii for other -corrt9po&dcn Qt2cwBt: pa kilo' '
I Frobdpm At Saint Petersburg, Madrid, Berlin, Florence and on snuff and all the other manufactures of be given that proposal*will be received for thirty day of the United State.** has become a law without Ms approval grajnmu, net.:3
; FrUiB4eU, via Wall, Rose awl Blair, to Vienna, and Mexico- eighteen' hundred tobacco,including cigarette,cigars, and chtrooU: Provided for the purchase of said vessels: and that the mghertpric J Letters wrongly sent, or wrongly addressed,or not deliverable For 1aterutdtatcCerlitnis each o shall s ;
lew for whatever cans*, and all registered correspondence ceivo the amount t 85t1Yleb1Ic3'fef !S3i trisattf
1'sville..t.t dollars each. That the product*of petwsnm sad bituminous so propoMdbeing not than the appraisal,shall '
From ClayBtille via AUhison. to West iliddlctown. substances nerombefon mentioned, except Uhrmlnoting be accepted: And provided further, That the proceed Joint RtiifeUttiuu requiring certain won*}s of the Vnitet not deliverable for any cause, shall be returned aIy
to'
For salaries of assistant secretaries of legation gas, shall, from and after the passage of this act, be of olluch Bole*ahalKV*PUinto the treasury of the States to bo paid into the treasury, and for other purposes. a* prompt M practicable the originating office --- S
tiro
f at London 'audi Paris, three thousand dollar taxed at one half the rates fixed by the said section United State*. <, at Its coSt, if any cost fa incurred.Any postage The postal tctoumts octween the (ftWr WJI >>
via Vanccvillo to Yor on returned correspondence which may bare been charged stated quarterly,and tnasmlttoel jDrTria4 a*seo**>
1:. From Dunningsvillc, ninetyfour.Sec. Approved Februarys, 1$8&Joint Be it resolved the Senate and Jlcuap of Representatives
by against the returning office shall be discharged from ily as practicable, and the balance food do. shill b.
tUvfllc.Fron.. Andl it further..enacted, That nothing In uf the United States of America in Congress assembled '
the
For salary of the interpreter to the legation account.- paid to the creditor office ettaer by exchaagam Loadtci
Station to Xicklcsvilk. this act contained chatl be construed to repeal or inter' resolution for reducing the of the War That all moneys which have been received by All wbkh1 delivered JarU at thee debtor offlce
) Scrubgrasl to China, five thousand dollars. _.. Zero with any law, regulation, or.peov1on for the as- expenses wther correspondence i cannot be or or a* tto__creditor office
and Deportment, and for other purposes. any officer or employee] ofthegoverument or any dpartment shall rajwln at )he disposition of the receiving admlni- may desire. -
via West Damascus
From DamaBCui, For of the -legation to ecsment or collection of any tax which, under existing thereof sales of and abandoned S -
salary, :secretary Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representative Irorn captured tration.. The rate for the eonvrraoB.oC the:.atone; of tfia to.
% East Lebanon, to Cold piing.j Turkey, actinZM mtorpreter,. thre* ..thousanddollars. laws,may accrue before the first day of April Ana, anna ot the fMud- States of America la Congress assembled. property, and which have not already been actually coverca ABTK'UC countries shall be ixed by common agreement betweenthetw.'ces
Domini hundred and
nothing xcii.maU .
and Oswald eighteen sixty-eight. into the treasury, shall Immediately bo into S
Gcrmau\illo the
j From Sacgcrsvilla via That Secretary cf War bo, and he is here paid
/ -
.- fT"For herein contained shall bo construed as a repeal of of the United Slates with -S .,
F by,authorized and directed to take immediate measures the treasury totctuer any intercut sums of money may ho mutually transmitted
rillei to Jacksonville. salary of IhVinterpertcr ic The .legation any tax upon:machinery or other article which may Cor the reduction of the expense of the army and of the which baa bien received or accrued thereon.Sec. from <>nc country to the other by means of postal money

From .Catasaqua, via Saples, Goods, South to JLapan, two thoutand five hundred dollars. have been or may be delivered on contract made "with Wai Department at and in the vicinity of Hew York 2 And bo it farther reeolved-That if any officer order : and the rate and condition may ba arranged When,in any purt of dtawr country,a ek>*cd aotil

Trexlcrtown and Albert's Station For of all the missions the United.States prior to the pag of this act. dtyat a* early a day a* practicable concentrating or person having the custody, possession or control of by agreement between the. two departments so coon a* transferred frora e vessel toaaotherwftbontor e*>
Whitehall contingent be it further enacted That
& 5. And after the ftrst
expenses d from the sale other disposition such r l
taoTbnsine of the quartermaster, commissary, clothing any money deriy pr arising or arrangcmonU may bo found convenient.Thu .- pease to the office of the country whora the) taal l
; to Bittenhouso Gap. abroad, thirty thousand dollars. day of June next, no drawback of internal taxes paid qrdnanoe,and medical bureaus and recruiting service cf any 'such property mentioned in the preceding tTicLa XVIII. made, such transfer shall aol htoabject to any pei

From Onfigbburg, Sctuylkill county, via For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse, ou manufacture shall be allowed on the exportation of in mILdly, and that for this purpose there shall be section shall convert pu> BOUA to hb own use, or charge by one office spinal the other.
article of domestic manufacture which tier is twOadminl.tratlona) shaHln t
; any on shall refuse or neglect fur the ,ct lUirty< next ; concert fn i detailed
hired,and used at some convenient and iu grace lays
Mountainville Office to JSteinsKinggold this proper point
amd 1'oot thousand dollars Provided'That
thirty : no internal tax at the time of exportation; nor shall aid qtty one suitable building in which shall be accommodated after tho passage rthU resolution to pay the aame Into regulations for the wecutionof these, artkl i S %RUCLXTI' _
in Lohigh county. Bum shall be expended for purposes of foreign each drawbMk.be aUovad any case unUaa it shall be Oil the offices connected with and required for the treasury of the United States, or shall in anywise and both the articles and the regulation*.may bo modi- btllcai cummnrncitloas. between the>tw,oAe bofi,

iutercouase only, -. proved by sworn evidence In writing, to the satisfaction the *ij">***tlflw vf.fvJ1 yubtto business, at a cost to the pay away or dispose of the same otherwise than by paying fled f/oni time to time by accord of the. two pJrn'Blj- not bo the occasion of any aeoouata'oo iheT ride.Aancif .
t For of the consulates in ihc Turkish of the Commisdoaor at Internal-Kevooue, that tho tax govennaeai not"t fftMrg twenty-five thoouand dollar the same into the treasury*a* aforesaidahall bo 1rations, s q1 kiac.3.aS me .cive may require. XVTI.
expense had bum 1dtnd that such article or maimftctun'were
From East Barnard to South iloyalton.i and also suitable deemed and held guilty of embezzHnjrthc public money
per annum: a building or property t5xw XLThis -
dominions, namely ; interpreters, guard, and prior to the flrt day of April* eighteen hundred within the harbor of New York, or on the navigable of the United States and shall be punished thereto?by Letters wrongly sent or WTW addTtaedVer o di-
I i FW DanviUe'to Uardwiek.Fr6hYerrisburgtioJIonkton..- other expenses of the consulates at Constantinople and aixty-eight, actually purchased or actually manu waters thereof, which shall have sufficient accommodation imprisonment for a term of not more than ten years convention shall take effect un Uia first Of April tmrabte .frr whatever cauaevuisul te-jcttOrsod to the;
factured and contracted for, to be delivered for such exportation next, and shall oohtinue in force until one you from-the
and shall fine to the embezzled.Sec. .
equal *9
Alexandria and !'Beirut pf warehouse, pier dock, and basin room for tins pay a sum .
Smyrna Candia time when Vf the 'r
; and poilaiin for such,drawback, or for any and of all 3. And bo it further reshlved, That a sum of the ono contracting parties shall have
Oftfcianil convenient
WASHINGTON TEiauronr. two thousand five hundred dollar. draw Leek of-infernal tax'on exportation made prior to !store of kind receiving and,storing care to proceed of such sales not exceeding seventy-five thou given to the other notice of Its desire to terminate It, erabk,for any cause shall sleobs niiiiiilnnii1TI( a lii description belonging
: From Dalles, via Siracwc to Sharps. For the. relief and protection of American the passage of this act, shall be paid unless presented army either of aid burns every or branches of the service, at an sand dollars 1 I. hereby appropriated for the ,payment of ment.unless sooner terminated or modified by mutual agree ;AM.otker conmpoe4eoow Jca csa beocfr-
to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue before the the incurred under the authority art ah&U remain at >iw dbp I seamen in foreign countries, per acts.of February flnt day of October,eighteen taisdjwr and alxtyeight. annual cost to thgoxramat not exceeding fifty thou necessary expense by or fAiTKLK XX
of the of the for Incidental
sand dollar however That heroin Secretary Treasury expcnsee -
Provided nothing
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Ir WEST eighteen, eighteen hundred and three, :and Bee. 4.And be it further enacted, That every person, confined shall be construed to prevent the storage or in acting u&dor the laws respecting the collection Hits couvcutiou shall be ratified ou the port of Uw posUgcr corMepeWtoee i imrHe"wmcm

From Bulltown, via mouth of OAt Creek, toleavitle. February twenty-eight, eighteen -hundred ind firm,or corporation* who' shall manufacture by band. 'ormachinery. keepipg of otdnanoe t0r**or other property at Oovurnor and disporitiqn of captured aiyl abandoned property, United States by Postmaster"General, and oa the *haZt hays been ebarget agalad tliso&s- ddemst3O'- -'
eleven two hundred thousand dollars. and .any gocdU.'jrarci lumber erl narchandfi* (oread* *Island, or the mo ia any way ion the purpose of and for the necessary expense of defending; ta Ibe discretion part of Italy by the Director General of Port, and the shall Ke di hargwl front tbcaccosaaAarz -, -
stnflii unmanufactured exceptod not otherwise -
Kinthrfou Creek ) the jrpveromeat of any property or building winch actually of the Secretary of the Treasury, such suit* as ratification exchanged as early as poodbte.
From Wwt'HilCorxl to incurred la. sualJ.W
which u
via For ac- specifically taxed u wwh, or.who engaged ;
expenses may belong to the United Butw, have been brought against him or his aqcnts in the prr- In testimony whereof tao two commissioners have
Cold Water.FtflrtVcaVnV.. knowlojgmg the services of he masters and ia the manufacture prmantkm'for sale of any antdeor Approved, February SI, 1855.Arco1utionWautbodns.the. raise,anil for prosecuting suit ia the .Celled 8Utu* 54! subscribed their name and afllxeJ.their seal thereto. The two ofilce. shall,bytnz1csusent,eit.bMh do- .
compound not otherwise spedncally taxed, or the of such and for for the Done at Florence" ia duplicate tailed regulations forszryIng IbesS aUcIse amC%
.*** BcaU'a lills and .BastouV fcrews foreign vessels iu reecucing citizens recovery property, providing orudnal, thIs eischth Mo
San& shall put up fop sale In; ptctaes| r>U.hs| ow* para.or defence of we United States against suit for or.in. reepetV day of Jfovemter, A. D. flgtttetn hundred and sixty. lion. and they may: modify uca> tegmsUtu*.. ia 's
Creek.
)IiUat moulU of Furk
of the United States front shipwreck flvo thou trade mark Iheroo article not otherwise Secretary of War to tint -
or compound '
any Iinner II tom
to such property Ihc Coyrt.of,ClaltTi*. seven. *; 014) f tJine,ft*the exigencies *f the*afAancut
From Holly Meadow:*. via Back! 1'orkj 1'lea- smd dollars. ntodfically taxed *n4 whoso annual sale exceed t 'i ploy connaol ia certain caaes.B4O1VC4.by Approved March *, 1868, i t3visLl Joinr A. KASSQS vi,:.may iefr'S
the tionate and
sant linn, and Taylor's Mill,to New Interest For the purchase of blank books, stationery, five thousand thousand dollar dollar in execs*,
wi nrr book-caseevarms of tho United Statusscals, prowcs dollars, and the amount of sale*la euo*ol]Jko rate of ,;That the Secretary of War be, and ho i* hereby, ARTIcLES S h.al, 610. BATT1STA Cpmmisrioncr TASTM1O of Poets.U *conyvntioa sAan UioVifcci atVtkw to To*| *, -
of fivtf thommfl dollar annwn ahatt ho rotvrBuDdfiuor- authorized to employ counsel for the defence of the Of ncral bycommwu of i&M
and flags and forthe payment postage; per Ag cci between the l'uet Department of UK Uui accord the two dnrfaWratt5air .
From Menomonoo, via Wasubimi Fain 'and ; $ to the assistant and the tax the of the Major General George O. Meade. and ttiu
ter-ycarly on army continue in force until alhmate!b
tho consuls of the ted State of Ameneo, John A. Kas-
1'ine Creek, to John Quarter; Camp, in section and miscellaneous expense* ei excca of five thousand dojiarashall be isaessed. by the Broret $rdieTOCnemI Thomas II.Eager,provisional m, Inquire, Special Commissioner represented by, and the Foetal 1urrztajisgi $ L'Washington or otherwise, until oe&.year front,thadato *).USS.
United State* including loss by exchange, thirly.tAou8anddoUan. and qnarUibycarly to the mooth of January govtwofM Oeorgia, aad other oOeer.ur in fovemberl9, 11147. office Aw
Iwenty-o'-gn* township thirty four twelve assessor paid any : person Administration of the Kingdom of Italy, shall hkw notinoT etherof Iii 4esve to lermrnateiU -
rang .? ., April, July, and October of each year,as other trusted wish the(oafc> *a ni of'the neonstmelion act, by Cavnliore Awooato Uattlrt TanUlo represented 1H- vui?cxuuuuod and considoreil tha toegoing anti- -
.1 cast. '-'''' taxes aMcsaed and paid. And the first or either of them, suit iu George elm of a postal coawotkm. for the modifloatioa of the
.. are assessment apunjt any pr proceeding, .
Yr 'KciUvilic, Via llunsickcr'f to John For oflicd rent for thow consul*, and .com- perdn provided for hall be made lathe month of July, any oautt. la relation to their of"4ai nctp. rector, tc., tc-, both la vented'with the vecosKiry convention executed between the United Mates ot America Executed indaplkato Berne .taiie gTaBta.ikre'

t'raves'. merelil sstta.ho are-not allowed .to trade, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight... for.the.. three. ,month i w_ power between for the the motHfletUoo two coantrlemfrrr ot the convention ditto executed aad the kingdom uf Italy under date of the 6th of October, A.I>. 13)i. Ssru.J
v\ \ j '" -' -* of the ririithJuly ( IOIINA. 1Oi,
S. t iwaliefc thelloBso of July 1863, which were agreed and signed in doplkote
thereon then next preceding. upon
for low exchange 8orty Bepretentatin -
From KoiiiviUo to lirav 3l ilf including by j Ii:y; w&xnc, im and as provided in the XXI Vth ftrti l of at Florence en the eighth day of November, on Vpceiol Vhae&c.
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From .M siomonec, via MuritUn, to JohnQuutci' five thousand dolLua. 800. A, And itfurthrt-cnauoil, iThat distiller vcrj-perM r *: President of the Senate pro tern pore, aid tVjnrvuUonThere thousand eight hundred and tdxly-ecven, by the Hon. fstaL.l I>ft. J. prat.Pvr .
in of
butiacsi
,, salaries oowrals general coniuU oom- engaged earrtinc-: the' a who .&Hici5 4. John A. KOMOO oomavustoner
: For by the President: Received February 11, special kc., oa behalf
; hall defraud attomnt ta defraud the United State of 158u4rsed
: .
shall be of tU
rcgularexcIiingg Chevalier
clerks firc.pndiueu and Advocate
commercial and Ihirtocrt consular dejartjnept, by Otovaaai
ngcmts,
the tax the ditSted Mm
Fi1Io.riaUautoul uua BtilUuu.foWrigblsiown. on spirits by ,or any port Ihfre- VOTE Dr STAVE. The in closed tnalli, between the of.tit UattlaU Tantailo. rhuarevt0rfit Umeilinianyagirm .
of shall forfeit the dbunerr ( *f TJK AurxEST or foregoing post department: ; ;MW poet office department ,: -
.* 42 -' : .. naiclj SJ.CoNSpL'ES tuod, him and all dlstulod M JaUlunir aQ opperatu resolution having been presented tothc President of the United State* America and the portal admmisttaUoa of tho kingdom uf Italy, on behluf of'ftl do.
sririJ ud
by
UENEUA.L w jnate. United State for Id and not been of the kingdom of flair as well fur partmont, the same .by raUfled and flaying ;
From Wfiotficlii to.lUrrwvilk.. : '< : mists for the production of diittfled *SrUteuiJd Mho *approval, having ro cotrwpondeuco.or- arc me hereby approved '
i : : the roturnediiyhimtotbehouaeofCongrMsinwhichttorig -. ginatintr cither of add countries and destined for tho by anti with the advk and consent of the President dee of a coeventlei.-Juttbs, ameitoretiam of p
From Manioc, via Twin Grove and Duncan* .5 S nLE3. dUtfllery mrkuon ana on distillery stLoarlvefcuadrod premues, and shill on vfthia the thus prottrifced by the Constitution oftho other, as for that originating in or destined for foreign uf the United States Intercourse between IbU1W 4tSeae(4mesfes l .
beODednot l dollars.
S.. on, in Illinois, ta Dakota ;; ?< i L: > ; - I Seal.) ALEXANDER V. RANDALL, % % = :l

: From xca Mf, jfi* &a4yvjUilSylvaous.. 5; U i4lorllk-; not less than six months, nor more than three year .TtJ4iaos/| | -t- This*eorrcspoadcAee serve its intermediaries.shall embrace the foDowiiig aril PostnuuUr J General United SUUs.J tt.iber;,sac tkod: .iglmt.handiediatdztyi. .
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: From Ixme Rock to ntun.p...'. foit-on-lhe; Main, llavanaTTrcrnlxeaC Shanghai. loC.0. Aad be It farther enacted, That If any officer do : I > *vamij'ejvy, -ovcTiipcr < iqo? by Von. John Zao-idakse' ", Sc,

From West LioA to West IViuicb. A &n4 .* oragenl appointed and acting under the authority ofanyrsvenvslavofb.Untted8ttesbsI1bepUty of A Uritala resu1utIondireethej.thatihcgoverwaenI bo upplle4 with certain volumes of o1roat the Xor- I. Letters, ordinary and,regUlcrcJ. S teirfimuay hereby thereof q'piutistho twto afgrogoIngeonerxtlousn4 vs4 ice.ealf tho'-UaiW in ; behiOf of thi* department ac1-

From CawvilI4iri JfartU Andovcr, Lu flluowtIfi AmiUrdam;. .Antor, pmwat1.1ankok, gross neglect In JM Ji.'eoaybr thAjduUesAJtiionloo rail vo of the Exploring Expedition.' 2.- zcc3pepens, .pmts-of; all klwLr -bookf, map*, States to bo afflxod. Tlee-pradkfcat of thVfederrtthknl th.-4'

fjf-- Baste, IkJfastiBprttVBoaiOi Ay rcv Bordeaux, ,oe *bal) oonspko qtr coBudo wUh*nj other person Retohred by the Senate ana{leu*ofltcpretcntatlvcs plan sheet*,* cf engraving music printed* fflrawlni or written, photograph pattern*, DUt* er rapus**m, BythelttMldentiWlLUlX'|8eat.f ANDREW JOflNSO. council of the pod Swiss depMtaicav CegUbdmUo8,1 M behalf esises of ] Wihor = -

Ground to Bremen BriadJai. Boulogne BaWyna' Coda to defraad the United Bute*,oretoaU oppartuatty of the United State* of America la Congress aecm- pie merchandise Including grains and eed& *> ratified and approved,by. oaU wkovtaoj ft hfc* i
rom UoUing Sujar.U t. 3 If.'flKWAltK.Secretary y
; for anr person to defraud the T/nttod HUto. or atofi do, bIud,1 4'h $ii librarian of Cocgrc be, and Is hereby, the ,
of Thslst of 2sbo4
and the scos
consent
S. From CkovesvUle, via BantoulJMais #nd :J'oUcs't Callao candiaAOOIn1tZVMn Kfarig, or omh iado,aayse*with intent to onab.say iber directed to dcHver to the accrttarr of tate a act of Dona Aaiicta., :: ute

to Ksytsou Bort per ontodc
Approved Marck 0.ppropriafidnii sign any falaoeortifleate or return in any CON where heU the JTarratlv' *of the Exploring Expedition uader Cap the pan ot the Bolted States, 2fcw York. CONENT1ONibr Inns, the day flryep..e.r
L4 by Jaw or regulaUoanqulred ta make; a eertifieata or tab WiDce; aad: that the Mercury elf st4te M hereby On tto port of Italy- yee-

j__ chat, Otmavi i 0c8o OoIedezich return,or having knowledge or Information of the violaUoa dlrecied .to deliver them to the government of Greet 1. Sana-rtravpllfnj:, S Uiv Amelioration of ti PbatftT Intercourse between Jn!: :: 1 1s
of revenue law .b7sny or of frau4 Brttoia. ,
APT making & tLXciCo Halualf' Ha any person tjthe United Stotos of America and the Swim Confcdej.'atloo .-
committed by aorpornn gaiatt uo United States oadcf Approved; February M, 1801 -( ,- "
f it1 \ '
I bercoyapproveUwtoithneay
tIii Pod. Q&artutl4uru tiui Hong-Oan ,41anv '. etom, Kanagfl, any revenue bwof tb. Untted tttaies, shall fell to Thn two admlalitrntont by common accord, es. The peat department tteUniicJ State*, by ttt i *pedal -- thereof t

;zcleeD4wg June tkirtkrth, oigttwnhondrol rep ,fawrUli DQwIgs or InformatIon to Ida jJclDtrciolutioa aatabrtiiai; the tntnaauMiou through, tablish a441tOnaI oecsofazshango henerer It abel! eoaunlajoncr, John A.KOMOO aaj the led-

ioA Rtty-nioe. .." ,, next? asserter omcer,andtt. ComainJoncr of Iutar.asLItevingelie suspondan ,ernJ council Subs Swiss Ceufcdcrmtian7by .Jaqilse ; .4 ; 4 ANDBJJItltSODj
tteficoatani Uowa ufaatatirai abel ,o wn'rlctlon, b. ael sot Ices DnU vtprejJdc* of)ti j Jbdo1 sound and chief the President tS
S Be. itenMdbf Mlt1&iIok.-MatanzaF&&r than oi tbed 4oflarg, nor mcie tIM 1vo ftbou $ .Is reetvndia eata aa4lIoc.o ofi 4 S Aictx W. ,m tTl ttho fedora!Tiost department,bare .grecd upon the W'vn:5xanil; I,
.- of U United States of America )I&lags, plesooItbn EucU.adntuUintiga. ,lUaA *t iti ova Ejvingxticlos to ratification byths sspe It w
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