Florida union
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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1868
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00114
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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---- tDCR1flEfl.M.ud.WeekIr of rosourccs and increase of )> ,wcr to the 1 THE NATION'S PBAYES.Jllif FLORIDA LEGISLATURE of public instru ti n. anf those inr the neighboring State, and whoso 7 9TOIJCA&T.1VfthlnjtoB .

TO nation, the asylnm of the oppressed all nations Xcw An act to organize the county courts' the services could bo, availed of hi' Florida,. aic ,
Uii1o. folio*ine IHM-III. wiilU-n t'ya youiiitUdyof several counties of the and thought,to-be adequate to Hews.L .
.Btatc, to prescribetho suppress any insurrection -
should l be footcrtxl and encouraged by a Turk br a >tiliiv-MTVic<*, first appcaro! In tlio New SENATK.MONDAY -
whlcl hlW just literal and policy.Twelfth. York I'ott AugiiaiS, 1S1'4.( It* words seem prophetic, mode of Practice of said courts. \ against the government of said Stale, or
political carnpan just 3 \\asHUtON 3. S
the August 18G8. August )tnj.
During the UNION as a wtni- This Convention declares its in MOW ot the coming ckiti n of Ocm-rnl Oraut a the An act to raiso additional revenue 'for tho any combination designed to frustrate the execntion crotarf
cio.ea, e hii pWished I bym- next 1'n-ci.icnt :] The Senate met pursuant to adjournment, the State. of Iho laws ot the United'Statea therein. > has 'wucdanordar to toa.hotds.of his

.wseklY, sending the With extra this issue week gratuitously gratuitous to struggling pathy with for all their the opprcsMxl rights.) jteoplo which aio Father to Thy throm-aionfls'r, President pro tern in the.chair. | Senate bill, No. 81, was taken up and finally The troops are ready I" ,av't. >f IVont.l .- -,, Dtpnrtmcnt to classify attention the clerks according totuir
'ntion' IT to Tht-v: 1Mr ;) c.ipouty anal to business, with a
0.ibscrbeT. List the > ]>raj A quorum prc-sent. I passed. by tho Governor uiu 3U.Uure of Flo-
ends. but, as many of ,mr friend, The following rcolnions were offerwl by With their heart nn Several of f committees rucchod.A ida is in which it would -
were ba
leave introduced bill one lawful
pibtictiOft tontifluo the *emi-weckly% wo General Carl JSchurx, and adopted an pint of the < reports Knight, on a to bo for the
h&ye urg U3 tO verbal mcssugc from the Governor announced entitled an act to relievo Garnishees, which was President to employ thi* military force of the
by which we can foi ogoing plat form: St. Marie has at last received his ten thousand
baie m4 atTfl' ;r Wo have sulJirc, O our Father, his signature to the following Senate bills : read the first, second, and third times,, under a United States.
subscribers with either a weekly Jtrnolcal, That we highly commund the spirit In the cau'o, Liberty ; dollars for betraying Sarratt, and is off for
mohte or grent An act to permanently locate the county silo suspension ot the rules, and passed. (Cs'S"c'Ji) J- M. Se-iioiittu,
chooc.rh. forbearance with which Thro for
or both, ae they may of magnanimity and Now we conic to nuwtir ( Kurope.WASUIXOTOX.
for other .
of Suwanmu county, and purposes.An Several nominations were received from the .
or a SBJH-WEEXI.T UNION will be issued the men whp h havn served in the rebellion, but tJDtRATV3CTOkT'.icant I S4>crefary of War. August 3,-Gen. Howard, ol
: net relating to jurors. Governor, and tho Senate went into executive *
A .
Wednesday and Saturday morning, as at now frankly and honestly co-operate with us in chairs nrc mVnnant our loudo1ih., An act to provide for the organization and session. (See Appointments.) i true coj-j; thy Frecdmcn's Bureaustarted South this after.
vory ?3.50 annum. the of this and recon hoard each day wt iw. C. Ii. Caise. Private Bccrctarj- visit
Subscription price per restoring ;jw.ieo country goutmncnt of the Supreme Court. On Motion the Senate adjouined.ASSEMBLY. neon to the principal bureau stations and
prcflt UKWX will Iw issnod everyThdsY' the Southern Si-\to governments upon Th.it in nnguiith oftru whij'er| make to wind the
The VVcwttr structing Ui.n-OuA>T-VICTORY : Afcsombly bill Xo. 91 was taken up, read boc- p _ Wait Dar.unmzx-r, preparations up concern by
Snbwription $2.50 per an- the basis of impartial justice and equal lights, cud and third times, under suspension of tho Vudtintoncity, July 30. 18G8. J Janntiry.
arc received bacluto the communion ot tho Father, ni-ver lot l>.mc tiailor* The Secretary of the Treasury has decided to
"" tako the of the In Han land of br.-i.' nn the removal
who now and we favor receive no more applications for .
!, loyal people Vrfcthips
If any of our ; oVr tbowj n hotc lu-.irtii Lire s j me bills Nos. 3, 20 and 75 wero read MONDAY, August 3d, 18C8. of your letter of.tho 23 inst., inclosing ofa
Uke semi-weekly instead, disqualifications and restrictions imposed upon copy On the subject of the placing of General Banks
desire to -UHANT VICTORY tint thud time and passed.Tho joint resolution e-f tic
The met lo of Florida
eck1y, Assembly pursuant adjournment Legislature
X the email difference in the eub- the late rebels in the same measure is their bill introduced Mr in the Russian Mission as an fd ielervm. vie*
pay following was by that the United
they can their names transferred accordingly spirit of loyalty will direct, and also may be Thus lo 1 1iecuiir prayvr it riuiia A quorum present.Sc asking Arsenal at Chat- Cassius 31. Clay, is hourly discussed at th
bavs and rend first and nd *
pcripflOfl, and Tbu we humbly come to Thev, Mobley, on leave tec \cral mrss'ages were received from the Senale. tahooeheo bo conveyed to the State, for the purpose -
consistent with the safety of the loyal |>eople.Rffolrcrl White honso. Mr. Evarts! the General
A-.kintr Tint- in broken acccntution" -- limes by title, under suspension of rules : of a State Pe-nitentiary, and to inform Attorney
the semi-weekly UNION That we rccognizo the right princi < VICTOR you !, is howcter, and the President has
make ,
BAKT away
We ha1l aim to An act prescribing, on the part of this Stale, His Excellency the Governor, informed the that this department is not empowered to grant
worthy of the pies laid down in tho immoitnl Pit-laration of decided to await his opinion on such dUcat
commercial newspaper Electors of President
Itit. if TIHIII wouM-it IOIII-.T lutcn,, the manner of appointing Assembly that ho had approved and signed the cither of said requests
of Jack*)nvll as
proved business prospects Independence Wi-'ll submit our all to Thco, and Viee-l'n-eideiit of the Uuilcd Slalw. following": Application should therefore be made j.Congrott any steps.The

A. improving condition of our Slate, and shall go\eminent, and wo hail with gladni-ss Knowmit that in Hi Rtxxl vlc' MUi.xl Considerable skirmishing ensued and thy bill Assembly bill, an act making the Scrip issued which alone has any authority in the Revenue' receipts amount to over on* and
in its publication neI&r7 effort tuwaid making thuw luiuciples' a ( iII print u< \ictr.r3IIien prom ahalfnV l ..3.WASHIXOTOX.
every to its third icadijag.
to labor or expense finally passed by tho Constitutional Convention receivable for ises.
ipsr the requirement of our reading, jiving reality on every inch of American soil.I Senate took till four August 4. The Indian ''Durban -
to meet w ln.-n tbi* ilruad drift u ovvi, On motion, tho a recess all dues. Very rep and working public. The weekly And lie Jny of JH-HCC wu tee."r o'clock r. M. J. received a dispatch this morning (tea
An act for the regulation of Pilots and Pilot ( ) M. Scne.....:.,
I'Sait will contain all matter of importance or I The Scuopcriioiip; Grn| e. \\ liail krep our and country's wiitcbwoi t <::0(1 anij Urant VitotyPeriodicals. age ft-ars Indian disturbances.
: tarcst published in the semiweekly.Oar united with i We arc glad fc> soc that this delirious fruit i iI is I1. M. Joint Resolution of the legislature of the To Hit Excellency the Governor of 'Iorida,
Commissioners the _
very low advertising rates, egining to attract attention at tho .South.i .- Senate bills Xos. 80, 2C, and 7-3 was taken up State of Florida, requesting the Senators and 'l'altahassee, Pacific Railroad

our Urge circulation, (the largest in tho Male,) i It is detained, add very largely to the losonr- lead third t time and passed. Hepicoontatives of Florida, in Congress of the A true copy. (;. U. Cane1'riv.. Sec. report a section of 20 miles, terminating _
the host advertising me- TIM: AII.VNTII; MONTHLY, for August, appears and 178 miles from the initial point at Sacramento,
the UKIOS very 1 Asw'inbly bill Xo. 02 was taken on
mskei is Eastern up United States to the enactment Congress
cots ot that enctjjn. Its native country procure by WhUh _
diem which) our merchants can select North Car-Una, and was first brought to with is! usual variety of good reading.eVjll mulion, thoolo by which it jiaw-ed to its third of a statute exempting curtain property in wore rood, and oidtred spread on the in good working order.
journal. A
convention of colored citizens of the border I
May 23, 1868. notice by Col. James Illount, why found it the Coming Man Drink Wino," by James Par- reading was reconsidered. the Stato of Florida from forced sale, under proof {
(On motion i ii amended follows ; Senate rc-solutiou Xo. 21, to adopt seal for States was hold at Balimoro to day.
wild tho banks of the was as (1'85 the United States courls.OllUF.R a
on Suuppcrnong of alcoholic
| growing Ion, i is a protest againt>t tho iibc The revenue receipts today 1746,000.Th .
him and the State read were
The Cash System.1he River. Il has since been widely distribiitml Strike out in section 2-5 tho was second and third times,
or THE DAI.Sunatu
all the world the South. It is said to admirably stimulant! except)(, perhaps, in cases of consumption. inseij the words a justice of the peace or county under a suspension of the rules, and passed. International Commercial Convention
experience orncwspapcrs, throughout grow bill Xo. 4o, lo entitled an act to incorporate Senate bill Xo. nut at Portland, Maine, to-day. Over two
sketch bO to bo entitled
IJcefs to
the necessity oi adopting and in Arkansas. In iU native State, jt is "On( the an intent-ting judge. an act
over, has proved Tho bill then lead the second and third Apalachicola Channel Company, provide fur tho incorporation of benevolent and hundred delegates were prevent. After organizing
been T. of w.is
the "cash system. \Vc considered to attain its full jmrfoction only in by ( ol. Wilder, formally of I'd! U. S. C. ,
,4hering to read first time rule suspended read the the Convention Jill this after-
was adjourned
and chairilaulo socitios read
office as the counties. times, und-'r u t usiiont ion of Iho rules, pasbud. first time, rule suspend
this of tho L'onnoiseurs
compelled to resort to it, in tho low grounds eastern wanderings in thu Archipelago around Key second and third times, and passed. ed, read second and third times, and passed. noon.

only means of self-protection. all cash exMOSOS. I insist in the that its flavor has of decidedly Kaleigh and dctcrioratod \V 2 t. This jMjjMil.tr muga/ine i is for sale by On motion, tlio Senate went into exer.utive Xo. 90. A bill to be entitled an act lo provide Senate bill, No. 20, to bo entitled an act to Thaddeua Stevens is seriously ill in this I>city.

The expenses of a newspaper are ncigboihood Columbus lrew.JlA1t1IItb for the payment of the Mcmbeis, Officers, and incorporate the St. Johns and Halifax WASHINGTON, August 5, Thad. Stevens' _
work Navigation
diminish in delicacy M Slull. -
be ptid of that it continues to
Printers must every west Atlachecs of Iho present legislature, and for and condition is not considered critical.
reeeived from the Govcinor Improvement rules
credit. 1 a1 A iiu'asago was Company, suspended -
irive We ourselves have
associations no
and *rci
D5 v. 4DiUfi J -*i*ri with o.- all tho i productiveness. tho l.illn MAUVKIMfor August, tomes lo us asking the Senate to rescind its confirmation of other purposes, was read first time, rule suspended. read! first, v..md and third times, and pas- The receipts from internal revenue to-day

per is a "cash article So pnncij j it growing in gardens among outlying with mote than its nsuil number of interesting W. T. Du\al to bo county judge of Wakulla read the second ar.d third tines, and passed. pen were seven hunderod and thirty-seven thousand
incurred in "running aMMpaper. of the east Hank of the Blue Kidgc, at an ele.\-
pal items of"the expense in this matter hundred thousand feet above KiliclrK. Tho contiriualion of Mr. hqiiire's illustrated county ; which was so rescinded, and the name Xo. 91. A bill to be entitled an act to pro Senate bill, Xo. 40, lo be entitled an act lo dollars.A .
credit j tion of eight or a
The system
vido for correct list of the Owners of Heal Democratic conference at New York
Governor.C. a provide for the Digest of tho Laws of that City
l be returned tho State
about tIm Ando of to
11 sitmed entitled
there is no reciprocity its native home on tidi water. to us hcrics, Among
works all one way ; B. King was confirmed as assessor of laxis property in the several counties of this State, of Florida, was read first time, rule suspended, indicates that Hoffman will bo the Democratic F

it. is to bo living there upon its eastern reputation.It Peru and Bolivia, gives intciesting details of the for Columbia county. > was read first time, rule suspended, read the second rend hee' nd and third times, and passed. candidate for G'ircthor-hc is Tammai'gStevenson's

The only way to carry There out such can a then system be no grows usually from a strong Instances stock, and cited its manners, bcencry and antiquities of a part of Iho (On motion, the doors wire oi cned, and IhuS. and third times, and passed.On Oa motion, the Assembly took a recess until favorite.
it are
from branches spro-id widely.
asTer to deviate very motion, the Assembly took a recess until 8 o'clock majority fur the Kentucky Governorship
said to-night.
world but little know Thet-amo bo :natc adjouined.
to one ; nor auy exception of a single old vine coveting hall an acre, may
offence given any Senate umul iU Kbsion at S! o'clock i o'clock this afternoon. The Assembly resumed its session at 8 o'clock will exceed fifty thousand.
In this office, r >
by any reasonable man, though these statements are certainly exagger of tho article John Hull in Abyiwitiia. For sale The Assembly resumed its pessi-.u at 1 o'clockP. r. M. The General of the armies has recommended
issued and anRomnnhlt it bears I.. )L.
is that
iLordingly, 01 dors have been ated. Tho general impression by Columbus Drew. it!., a present.Tho Senate bill tiLe remission of the remainder of the sentences
been made that no subscip- and cannot be cut back or train Oa motion, Senalo bill Xos. 23, 37, and 51 quorum il, to be entitled an act regulating -
has pruning
committee whom referred bill and the release from of all
and advertisement mtrrted. It is commonly IIAItJ'Ltn't.ViEK i.r well EUElains its regulation was taken on their third reading, under at1,1L5jrn lo -was a Ihe fees of ofiicers, was read the first imprisonment persons
received no ed in trellises to advantage. ,
lioa will bo and entitled "an act to raise additional revenue for time rule now in confinement under sentences of
"I tin tiles read the third time suspended, on motion read the second
for in advance. allowed to and its arbor is extended as the of iK'ing the best ielorial in the : "
paid grow iiaper
union the Stato, beg to report they have duly con time by sections and amended rule militaiy commissions organized under the reconstruction
of rtguhr suspended,
The only exception is in the case branches spread from the central stalk. country. Wilkie Collins' Moonstone, which sidered.the same, and recommend that it pass read third time and passed. actt of Congress in the States in
As legardsthaoe.
advertisers would ha.ing be inconvenient monthly bills.and almost impracticable from Tho five bunches to ten berries areery each small The grapes, containing t hem- appears in iU columns from week lo week, is 'Ii L.I'.%S August 1, 18GS. with tho following amendments, viz : After Senate bill, Xo. 32, to bo entitled an act to which said acts have ccaied to be operative.

it of ad vcrtiiwncnt size of color of the most inlercsling and thrilling of twelve having passed words "upon each commission as a County fund the outstanding debts of the Stale read The public debt statement will be issued on _
to require payment every solves are of large a pile green one productions The hour midnight, Treasurer, County Surveyor, Superintendent of
first time into
as handed in.Vith regard to occa- dotted with dusky orange spot*, reminding one of that powerful writer. For bale by the Senate bills Xos. 83 and 82 was taken up on Common Schools, County Commissioners, and a third time, and suspended, read the second and Sat unlay.
The intimation
however,there is no exception of certain birds The skin is quite tough, motion, road the third lime, and passed.On parsed. Treasury department qives no
lional advertisew, ejrgs. Hoed & Malhcr at the Post Office.Kvhitv ) Justice of tim Peace, on third of the lit
make till page Senate bill, Xo. 8-3, to bo entitled an act to of what the debt statement will show. It is
to and ten
It.would be invidious any, so that the fruit bears handling transportation motion, the Senate adjourned "
made. section strike out the words $3.OO, and insert
while by adhering to a uniform system, wo very well. They aro juicy, sweet, and of tSAicnuv\.-This entertaining fc.;iial (/clock this .\. M.The "t.OO., After words all other revise an ordinance of the Constitutional Con stated its promulgation is delayed on acccunt of _
"upon commiosions entitled I INgw
lEan vention, an ordinance to inquire into the serious errors in its computations.
who is
avoid riving any occasion complaint the most delicious flavor. To any one continues lo reach us. The current number !Senate nn-t jiuisuant to adjournment, the uot above enumerated," strikeout the condition ot the Union Bank of Florida
is refused it is not his first of the was YOKK, August 5.-Mr. Seymour has
subscription fond of taste Scuppernong '
advartisftwent or really grapes I'nhident Inn in the chair. words "f J.OO and insert ?1.00.
and Authority mo ,
contains fourth
on Anarchy read first rules
a paper suspended read second and
offerer written letter the nomination
the existence. formally accepting
in his
by is gastronomic
doubt of its payment an era
from say On motion, Senate bill Xo. 81 was taken up, GFOKGK P. HAXKY,
third time and
the necessity of making tbo rule absolutely Most prefer their flavor to that of any by Mathcw Arnold, who may bo called paused. for President by that Democratic Convention.
but from persons cad !hiid t tiinu and after some skirmishing pas- [ Chairman Select Committee. b'cnatc resolution No..23
joint the
uniform.-JW/ife JUyuUr. other grapes. Besides the variety which weharejwt the lejucbCiilativo man among wrileisof the directing He says it was ur.soughtandwexpctd,
bed.A Which was read, and the amendments proposed Secretary of State to investigate the printing but he the
article has been pretty expensively described and which is now generally 18th was caught up by overwhelming
The above liresent da". Tho coming oc Ii jibe, o.i the was lecehed from the Governor,
incfctiagu committee The bill read b 11 of &
adopted. was Dke Sparhawk read first time
by was tide which is the '*
our l others tearing on a reat
the "cash system" adopted by known there arc said to >o two one country .
eopted exchanges.and We cannot more forcibly explain black ,and ono gulden colored. The former of August, is the subject of an inlcusling ailielc. Senate hrongli that his ho private had signed secretary Senate, informing bill To the incoipoiato the second time, rule suspended, read the third ruo: suspended, read the second time. political change and he finds himself nnablt to

the arti- For sale Keod 4: Mather at the Post lime, and parsed. Mr. Scott moved ID amend by inserting the eist its The resolutions
the principle involved than by copying ripens later than the vatioty wo have described by I tho Jark onvillo and St. A tigustinel.tlrti.1 r' pressure, adopted by
the Senate of W. II.
Several hills received from of
were name Christy DuvaUounty. which
fie Convention accord with his view lie delayed
it moot the necessities of our case and makes a darker colored wino, om.-c.
aU; and as Co'iipiiny which were trad and the bills ordered onrolted.I was not agreed to, resolution read third time
formal until the
it does that of the KtgMcr, we It is of the most productive of grajics.A .- Senatel.ill a acceptance adjourn-
nils as fully as one Thf (OIIIlIIitlt't I lo i whom was relcncd
RUle Scott without notice and
and rigidly ,enforce vino will produce.froai 20 to 50 bubh- | suspended- pasml. n cit r>f Congress for the purpose ef seeing what
sh.fl also adopt the syBtcm, tingle II AILTEIts l.rn1fr) III. Fioiui\, Xo. GO) IH- I.MXC to n-portlhc followingas
t.tjazt tillered resolution concerning teachers of Senate bill Xo. 81 to bo entitled
j joint act to
I an l; its action would throw the interests
condition of affairs, doing cia of truit. NVc have coon it stated that theie boidoptcd ;/ft upon
?ft. IB the prasent JACKVJNVIM.V:, Fi.\, Auiju1tli) 180fJujrju a {"tibstitulc-. They ho.p| thai substitute will frccdmen's schools during the year 18GS; which effectually pro\ido for good order of society and
Reviws the of
work on credit is almost equivalent fci doing itfor is a vine near Mobile which produces 40 buahclt (;l,.-.1L.L ( ; .-, Ko. 13.I. : as th" adoption of Iho, substitute will read the first time rule suspend read the to diiordrrly conduct real List 0 the country. course Congress
was snppioss was 11 the condition of the Bquth, Peraoa-
nothing; and hereafter all subscriptions to >, bringing. itsov\ncr over $300. A writer I I. la compliance with inructions! tmin M.ljor s.i\c fevnal lh'iu' :'iiid ilcill.us, :and will meet Ihow.illin third times and time rules road a present
ond and passed.Uulu second time.
suspended, Mr.
and all Cultivator PP< ( i jy the Presidential ofiico has ho attractions for
and advertisements in the VMOH, Job i from Aikansa in the Southern General Ale'ad'1. I'omanding Duji.irtmcnt) ot ol I Ilu Sl.iie. a ,
; ; Mr. Cruce offered memorial Mckinnon offaied the
in this establishment, must l>e 'WPUIforui. of vine in hi* neighboihood, 20 years ; suspended, a following amendment ; ii ita. During the war ho had given sixteen
work dune t-peakH a the Svutl, the 7th Unitud SUiU-.x Infantry, on C. K. Moiti i.v; to Congress asking for a mail route front Madison To strike out "one hundred dollars and insert fbi usand commissions to officers of the
of which Uurs from 20 to 30 bushels iuirually. I I army,
ago,. The productiveness increases with the duty in this District, will be concentrated as Jh.iii m.t'.i < 'ummiitrt: on Code of Practice. Court House lo l'erryville, in Taylor county fifty," strike (put '.no thousand dollars and insert a: >l ho knew that they demanded the Union

follows ; to which points tho respective Companies The bulihtitiilc was adopted, read second and ; which was read first lime, rule suspended, live hundred," in Sittion 2 strike out the :3 thty: fought for. The largest meeting of these
Republican ago flouri ot the vine fofa, and hundied as they are ,very the long-lived man who will proceed and take post wilhont d\j- Ihiid tinu- undi-r a suspciibiori of tho iulc, andSenate lead Iho socond and third times, and pajscd.On last lines, and adcd the follow ing,}"or as an allernalivo g< t'ant soldiers ever hold endorsed the action

The National Ilepublican iaz-tyuf the United >hing them adds largely to years the future value of lay, viI'Ie i/ tt. ( ) motion, the Assembly adjourned until tomorrow he shall bo imprisoned not longer than o' *hc Convention. He does not doubt a triunv*

Bute assembled in National Convention in the plants A bushel of give three gallons lIcHdquailetsof"( thcKemcnJ" with Companies ; ; ) j j'iiut ii-v.luii.jn, Xo. 'JiJ, was taken up morning 10 o'clock. twelve months," which was adopted. Kule suspended p i which will brini;back peace and prosperity

city of Chicago on the 20th of May, 186S, make his estate. It is grapes hardy in its native climate "I), and "11, *l Fort Marion St. icad thud tune, and parsed, with Ihe following : the bill load the third time and passed. to i.r land, and give once more the blessings
ofjuict' vrry .
of : A ugwttino.Comitanies 0 0. i'tEsIAaAugust 4th, 18G8. On motion, the Assembly adjourned until ten
declaration principle wise
the following neither to rot nor to mil vote, jous ; iiajs < i a rulijTOus and honest government
being subject "D 1 "C : and
First We congratulate tho couatry on the bearer. "A, "K. $t.itte bill, Xo. I 11 I, takc-u nj>, uad third timoui lie Assembly met pursuant to adjournment.A i/clock to-morrow morning.
and is sure "
of dew, a very "1 at Jacksonville, Florida. Lieut Colonel Southeru Ketve.
assured success of he Eoconsruction pn ject level and sandy.It : soil U
Its ,
Congress as evinced by ilu adoptioi. ir majority low lands and tho open warm fields F. F. Flint, 7th Infantry, will assume command Ashe-mlih bill I, X.'. 7-1, w-.is Inkui up. lead Several bills were received from the Senate. WEDNE.--D..V, August 5, 18C8. MONTGOMERY, August 4.-Thi whole day was
loves sunny
of the KtaU latel\ in rebellion of Constitutions of;the tidn-watiT districts of tho Southern Stntcs. of the foregoing Companies at lie j point I thiid I lime, and p.i'-bed. His Excellency, tho Governor, informed the The Assembly ref pursuant to adjournment consumed by tho House in a wrangle over lh

securing equa' :-ivil and political rights It is doubtful whotutr it can bo cultivated to designated, whii. h will IKJ known at the Post olJatkbonville. AsMinbly bill, Xo. 7N, was taken up- lead the Assembly that he had approved and signtdl the A bill to bucntiJed an act to regulate country bill allowing access to railroads and steamboats

to all, and regard it us tuc duty of the Government advantage noith of Virginia or wcht of the I ''(! and "K at Fort l rooki.- thud t tuiK'I and parsed. following: government, was rcidsocon-J time, rule suspended without regard to color. The bill passed, 33 to

to sustain these institutionb and to prevents hilif unless indeed, the hot plains of Companies Senate; bill, Xo. 7 4, was taken; uj, read third An act to incorporate thol'alatkallotel Com read third time, acd packed. 3' .
Piedmont ,
people of such States from being remitted to and the waimcrportions Tampa, Florida, to which place Brevet Colonel thu.., ii.I l'.t.4.i.l. pany. On motion, the vote taken yesterday upon Tho Senate discussed the bill remowing polit-

a iUAs of anarchy. the Trans-Mississippi of the Mississippi region Valley may suit it.- M. M. Blunt, Major 7th Ii ttnlrr, will proccetl A>-. cmlily bill, Xo. t Dl.I w.m lakiu up, read (Iho An act lo enforce Mechanics and Laborers' Senate bill. No. 23, to be entitled an act to provide lent disabilities, but without any decided *c-

Sojoni The guarantee\by Congress of equal however that the whole ide-t and aSNUme command. third lime and pafsul.A&bftnbly lins on buildings and other property- for organizingand disciplining the militia of tioi-
\\re doubt not ,
luffirage to all loyal men ai the South was dcisandod of, the Atlantic and Gulf Southern I II. Detachments of troups on Fj/etial duty bill, Xo. 01 was taken up, read &ccI Concurrent resolution relative to State Lands. Florida ; and. the motion was read tho second N\su VII.LE, August 3.-.Thirteen general officer -

by every consideration of public safety, States water legion will bo found suitable for its cultuie.In throughout the State' will loitbwith} join their I ond limo by title, uiid'-r suspension of the rules An act lo incorporate the Suwannce Steam time. On motion r-f Mr. Butler, the amendment :) of the late Confederacy arc in convention

of rntitudc, and Juvtico, and muss be main- of wine this has not had re-s|:-tivc couimand j iead third tim', under :a suspension of the rules, boat Com pan}'. offered by 3Ir Watson was stricken from hero to-day, to consider ways and means of re-
matter '
the grape
U&cd while the question of suffrage in all the The almost universal opinion of III. Tho public property at the of a fair chance. required for immediate use, will lx placed in motion ol Mr. Aldcii, tho vote by whichthe into tho of the 3. Tho
loyal BUtm property belongs to people been that it contained too little sugar On General to search history time and possvd. August partias charged
giowcra has store, itt charge of2d Lieut. W. II. Nelson, 7th bill Xo. .1 indeliuitwly ix lponed with the murder of Dill in FairfibU District
thoie States. have therefore U en in Senate was Claims against the h'tate. Senate bill, Xo, 31, to bo entitled an act for ,
Third. We denounce all foims of repudiation to keep it. They of, to Infantry, to whom two non-eomnnsfcioiied" officers was itronsi'lfiwl, and the bill taken upon its An act to locate the county site of Sumter the assessment of revenue, was read the second and who were recently turned over to the: civil

u a national crime, and the national honor the habit of adding largo with quantities this tlu-y sugar h.ivo; aud ttn i>rivato8 of "F, Cotnpany, will IHJordeiod thiid l leading and piv
!require* the payment of the public indebtedness thojuco. Not content Littloor : to lettucE( iur duty (On> inotnui, thin lules were butpundud, and Sen- OKUEIIS OF THE DAY. was adopted ; rule suspended, the substitute read Jtabeas corpus and been released on bail.3IoxtooME".T .

in the utmost good faith to all creditors at homo adulterated it with aijile; finds brandy its to the I The lent floors, with such liiinlr liom the ate bill, Xo. S"i, was lead hccond and third limes I No. 93. A bin lo bo entitled aa act relating the third time and passed. August 5.-In the HOOM

end abroad; not only according to the 'ctter, no Fcuvpernong undpriioinzthcfiodeteriorations.In wino way eamji a 1 is lit for use, will IKJ bent to F it and passed. j jOn to waits against lisa State, was. read, the third Mr. Harris moved to lecons'dur vote taken on nothing of ..termt.was done. The Senate passed

irat the spirit of the law under which it WAS con IflLI lpt without maninulajions however I I'.n/oke, Tampa, and after supplyinij the troops' m-jlioM. thij Senate took a ieeo till four lime and put upon its passage and lost bill last night, in lefuren to the incorporation with one dissenting vote a bill removing

tracted. spite of these barbarous connoisseur, who doijjnatod lo take jxwtat Tamjia, with thiity* o'clock! r. M. j jTho No. 02. An act entitled an act the better to of the Pcnsacola and Perdido Uailroa Cvfi.y iny political disabilities. It provides that all disabilities -

Fourth. It Is duo to the labor of the nation we have never Known this a wine who did da) s rat ions, the lemafning subbibteiiee stons Senate r.suint.'l l its wfcoioii at four o'clock procure and secure Protection to Life, Liberty, ; which was agreed to. resting upon a citizen shall be ,removed

Ibsi taxation should bo equalized and red uc dat tasted the older vintages of this it is of at Tullahasse-o will lx turned l o\er to the Assistant iM.., I the Picbidcnt pio trm in tho chair. i iTlio and l'ropvrty{ in the Slate of Florida, was read A message was rccoiv from the Governor upon his filing an application with the Probate

rapidly as national facility will permit. not admire it Made in wine but way, of, Commissary of Subsistence at Jin kfonvillo, following rcpoita: ol vnintit te.'s we-io ic- thu third time and passed. vetoing an act for the reliof of David A. Fryer, Judge. No oath is required.
ono a
Fifth. The national debt, contracted as it course, oscntially, a liqueur Its, rich native Fin.I. c. -i\eil.: Senate bill Xo. } t. for an act to provide for tax assess- and collector of Alachua county for CUAIU.KSTON, August 5.-General Canby issued

has bam fix the preservation of the Union for very Jiiirh order of excellence. admixtures Hospital ttoreN and other public pioj eity ''lli: Kiniinilhr$ 1 to whuin was icferrtd Senate I j the Kcgistration of Electors and the holding of the year 1SCO and 18GI ; which was read an order to-day officially relinquishing the

all time to come, should be extended over yi fair aroma dominate over all flavor the not extraneous unlike U at at the I'o&ts of Gainesville, Lake City and Fernandina bill Xo. 80;, lor the eieaticn of a new e-ounly, j Elections, was read the second time, rule uspcndiil Thw Assembly then proceeded to reconsider command of the Second Military District.

period for redemption, and it is the duty of and pioduccs a will be forwarded lo the Tost Jacksonville to be railed Do Solo, -poit Ihe same back, anti j lead the third time, and passed.Seiztt (Ihc question of the passage of the bill, notwjth. Northern News

Congress to reduce the rate of interest thereon of him world-renowned Professor Kinmons Tokay., of North Carolina as also the Hospital Stores at Tallahassee.such recomi'tcnd, it pacs ". A. KMCIII, bill Xi,. 82.: to be entitled an ael pre- standing thu veto of His Mxcfllency the Gover- ST. Locis, August 3.-One thousand men
The late of trHii nt '
'whenever, it ran honestly be done. time the head of its G-julogical I V. Tho tneiiis iortatioii with the Cliait t ot this State, the manner; lor, and upon the question of Iho passage of are ai work en the Colorado Central Railroad.A ,
Sixth. That the best policy to diminish our for a long enthusiastic admiration for I I'osl.s as are to IHJ together bill was; taken up, ic-nd second and third 'If iipH| >iiiliii KUf'.ois: of President and VkePiiMd'iit he bill the Assembly sustained the veto of His telegram from Colfax state that he will de.
most ion of
in the
Survey, a hospital tents |K> 8c it-ad firsttjiti' .
I'liKud States the Governor.A
l1l:4tnobtiI imtrcveourcrcdit that nl I was Flxrclloncy
Rote of lulon piis.seil by
it destined times under Mispe-nbion ; cline public demonstration his
: this and Iwlicvod that was Jommandcrfl will \be turned m to the Chu'if any on trip In
grape, read the m-cond lime verbal received from Governor
i-i'Mit. the
csj3MaiIAts wili sk to loan us money at lower a w3flO (115- the h.1 low I rig iinaiiiinouH vote : inli MIS; message was the Rocky Mountains.

rites of iatercjt than we now pay and must continee make the reputation much 01 disgust ino oouui**! at as the style of Quartermaster, District of Florida, at Jackson Air.! PivHidtnt, Messis. Atkins, Dradwdl, :MiVi: ,> .n -i t. i-l the following Hnioii'liii'-nt: stating that ho had approved and signed Three gamblers were lynched at Sioux City
lie Florida.VI. .
to repudiation partial tritt. was ville. Davis (I inn Kat zen berg, I'mxi'lt-d, I ln.i i thing contained in this ;wtfli.ill ho following Assembly bill* :
pay so long as | have mentioned, and experimented will Crawfoid, Davidvm) ; last week for cheating.
total, or cavort is threatened or manufacture wo Tho (tuartuiinailvi'ii Dvpaituicut Meacham, McC.i..kill, i iPcarrr }. > t < .,!i i in -\ as to prevent th- ipjaliticdv.tfis A resolution asking the tovival of the grant Extensive
open husjecled. tho juice. His Knight, Krnniuingcr, preparations are progressiiur here
in his own celhr, upon luinish the inwNaary transportation for the im- ,,',. elixlion for attenuate sections of land for rail-
.t. !
> holding of
difler- Piinnan. Und -iwnodVc ;k*, an<4 W- 1 < ii n rom building for the grand encampment of the Knights Templar
widely ,
results it is needless to say, were mediate execution of this order.
I Hit: .ni.-. '.I I I'n "i ;i.i t I'lidx Vicu Preoidi-nt t>f Uul"i roads.
SevcnUu The Government of the United tho methods -10. next month. Commanders will be present
obtained by T. SI-KU.I
ovCVirjoNKi.Joii P.
cot from those fly tnt'rit : Bills have '< I >i'-.l :* .!;i > .it tins limo and in t'.ic manner An act to incorporate the Withlacoochoe and
KUlst should be administered with the ttricttt 15v concentrating a jwrtion of C1IAS. F. LAUIlAnKK, Tho) ci'inniittco mi liugiosSfd from all parts of the country.
of the country. -vr.l'itl l Mi.' laws of the United Slates. Lake Panaofi'ka canal and steamboat
and the auiiiie-1, the following bill, and find it corrcrllvetini"n pi >y company. The recent fight in Saline baa boon
which boon easily county
economy, corruptions have enabled to supply very U. S. A.
taiL 13re\ct
he was 1st Lieut. 7th Captain 1
tho miwt, bill entitled Kule suls cinl'il, the bill read the third time, The Committee on Education to whom was
Stnato bill No. 2 1. a i
Iohsadiitlnursed and fostered by Andrew of while adding the bouquet Aw Ustant (Jenoral.Itatincnllwu -d, vi/ : greatly exaggerated. A number of drunlen
the deficiency sugar Acting Adjutant establish
> and passed.On rtferrod a bill to be entitled an act for
telegraph companies. disturbed the meetin
Johnson call loudly for a radical reform. The beverage thus produced, : an act regulating i men .. Only one mr.n
of wine. until of schools and university -
took uniform
motion'tho Atfiombly a recess lug a system a
submiltod killed and
Kigtak. wino of admirable llo pool fully was three wounded.
Wftprofoundly deplore Ihe untimely a rich, amber-colored four o'clock P. M. leavb that they have had tho same
M death was to Meeting.Sr. J. E. A. DAVIIWJON, Chairman.Tho bog report SAX FRANCISCO, August 4.-Mr. Brown
,tragic Abraham Lincoln, and ret delicious flavor, Infinitely superior ,
body and The Assembly resumed its session at four o'- under consideration and report the same back,
the secession of Andn Johnson to the any native wino which wo have yet tasted. He Aif.fbTiNK, Fla., Aug. "Jd, ISCf, bill was taken up, icad Iho third time, clock, P, M., a quorum presentI and respectfully recommend its passage. Minister to China, sailed yesterday.

Presidency, who has acted treaelnroosly to tho made besides this a dry wine, direct from tho A CJrant and Colfax ratification mooting of and | utKitl.Abicmbly. hub suspended, Mr. Cox, without notice, SAMUEI. J. PEABCE, Chairman. XBVT YORK. August"3. Charles G. llalpine

people who elected him and the <>aut>o ho was juice, without any manipulation. This was a the lU'publiruna of St. Johns county was held bill, Xo. 00, wa taken up, read thoJiibt. j I ottered a joint resolution concerning the payment Rule suspended, the bill was read the Ihird alias "Miles O'Reilly of editor of the Citizen and
late the died Ibis from
Register city
pledged to support; has naurpad| high l-jisla- Sauterne-like wine, and greatly enlarged our at the Union Club rooms in this city, on the 22d net ond, and thiid times, under a sUIIpeflMflltIE of thu present Legislature,which was read time and passed.On an over dosa chloroform, which ho morning took to

tire and judicial functions ; has refusod to execcte ideas of the capabilities these most admirable th the lawi has used his office induce T. Javkson, of Hoston, of July. John G. Long, Esq., was o'.Cftcd an attack of neuralgia.
; high to rrapcs. Dr. Charles Tho} joint resolution No. t17 was taken up, j! of Iho rules, and passed. morning ten o'clock.A '

otto,officers to ignore and violate the laws; has who ha made numerous researches upon wines chairman, and Antonio Pupy, Secretaiy. Brief read fit bt, fcorond, and thud time under a (suspension t Senate bill No. 23, to bo entitiod an act to Forelgis Nsws.

employed his Executive power to render insecure and wine grains tells us that this is capable of speeches were made by the chair and others, and of Iho rules), und piMtcd.Tho provide for organizing arid discipling the Militia cuiious in Africa MAXOIESTEK, EXOLAKD,August 1..... A dreadful

the property, peace, liberty and lifo of the producing a wino extolling all other on the Jon- resolution adopted : following me>frag (the following but excessively rare in Europe, was recently
otuonst has abuxed the has the
pardoning power ; tln.ontMr. under suspension of rules. during regular performance at Lang's Music
wmnced the National legislature as uncon- Sanders of North Ciu olina,'1niblished in /:'or.rfrnThat in General l?. S. Grant and Governor ; 11. Cnrsu to bo 'Mr- Watson offered the following amendment: at Anmal, Franca '1 he day had been HalL An alarm of fire was'raised and the entire

Utntiontl; ha* pcisistcutly and corruptly re- recent number of the AW/Ami Cttltieator. a Schuyler Colfax: our candidates for 1'icsident I hereby nomiiiatc Goorge Provided, That nothing contained in this act very warm, when a few moments before sunset audience immetBatol'irushed for the doors

Ww by in his a of this juice, in which and Vice I'rcsidcnt of the United Stairs, wo Adjutant .Gc'iieial. .. members the firmament towards the west assumed the the
everjmnuuro power every pro statement tho character ,f .1 t nl..l ann.H.1 (lie shall bo so construed as to prevent the completely blocking up passage ways, end
g per attempt at th nxxmstruetion of the Htateakldy Uo tfei it falls shoit of the ( aU ft IV o. have a hero and a ttatodtnan ; that ucncrai u. I On moti"ii, (tie ruus wriq bujniiuuu of organized under the provisions appearance similar to that of theaurora borealis. the wildest excitement prevailed. When order
u yM and ( U/ Canto any company
... laknii tcorgo Then presented itself
in rebonkm rnblic aia aim I bO i-ounui S. Giant will ever bo remembered among the above message up a singular panorama restored the
; has norvortod the m-' standard, 2S iiouwls oj ttcrsl.. of this act. from electing their own company was by repeated annoncement that
into r of must. U u cruy to : American as the patriot and jhero whoso was continnol to lie Adju'ant Go in the clouds to the spectators ; first, a dense-
zosige an engine of wholesale corruption, in the thousand i-ooplo and IhoSonato ofiicris ; which was adopted. there was no fire, it was ascertained that no less
sugar lei tho annies of tho U. On motion, tl.o doois were opened, forest, with high mountains, having a lake surrounded -
Md L ; ly impeached for high crimes supply such deficiencies as these, but our own nobly and fcarlpcsly } The rule suspended, bill read third time and than twenty-three persons mainly women and

s4 *l$4iMnors. and properly pronounced inclination would lead us to look rather to the S. to succcs and complete victory over a wicked a ljonrneil.WF.KNEMIVT. pawed. by trees; then after a few seconds, a children, had been crushed to death in the stampede.

giglt7 S instim-c w.oU not the kina and fearful rebellion, and wo believe I hat ho notice valley and a wooded incline, crossed by avenues, A number of
Ly the rotn of thirty-five na- vine itself. For Kule suspended, Mr. Austin, without large persons had limbs -
and stems, bruisd anti fermented with the must, will evor bo faithful to the best interests of this j August .5, 1868. introduced a bill lo be entitled an act to makea'propLilt which pro\ixl to bo a pel feet reflection of a property broken and were otherwise injared. :

latL. diiw Jlcitain and supply the needed arid ? The ficionry! in ltU- nation, whom ho has saved ; In Schujlor Col- The Senilo met pnimiantlo adjournment, the ions for tho expenses of the State govcinuient situated at about four miles distance, andnet NEW Yoox, August .iX-The following was
of Ureet .vibible from that Tho dig-
of paths
4bcr be made up. a- wo bare already a'cnhr. lax wo could have no nohlor s-ieciincii; a t true- I Iho chair. of Slate of Florida for tho fiscal year spot. were received this afternoon by the Superintendentof
might Pieiidout 1 trm in
that Uaua a wqo U gar pio marked and the canal shone bril.
saropciu ii' ) ilol juice sound and dctciminod, and a gloat tinc-tly ; quite
aIIdin ,
Up1d it, by llcjiuhluaii, of the We- of December 1868, the New York, London" and Newfoundland
uai.e i H\-t he is i always K). miwl I"' rcii.tedatS7Z.ard l3qtT) $ ) our Dill Xo. 72, for Ihu incorporation ending thiity-flist day liant, but the foliage and appeared as covered
they therefore earnestly pli"lj-e grass
Unitj relicJ Wo throw nut tlco lnis tioing may ttatesiniin; we Uiva steamboat was read the second bieh was read first, second, and third times Telegraph Company :
by Iho n a leaders who candidates Grant unJ Colfax.A by snow, to which the of tho sun lent
the femLiI timw. not authori//! by the Lwo stimulate to experiment wmc of or( f support fur our thorough timo by tillo, read the third limo by section, under nu.siiension of the rules, and passed. tout ciutmllt. Two'rainbows rays intersecting "LoxDox, Monday afternoon. The cable!
( n9 or moro < : Clu| wj8 then organized for a quite a fairy
to own lirifUt < ;
f honor fortnnatn cnouxh and The following message, with accompanying of 1868 ceased to work at 12,35 this afternoon.T .
asUons and t "with rntioiial are pabbcd.AssouiUy each other in the
11 war wur these Later in the b-.stson we 1IFItIU5d to rimviisfing of the con nti..loux bills No. 90, U? and 91.were taken documents, weld loceivod from, Excellency were soon opposite 3's show faults at the Newfoundland ittie,.
nfopendence. Natnralizcd ('itZ7IIre onwtal riSno attention t the theory of G. 141u, Chairman. direction, and the phenomenon lasted fully twenty
T.ie cable baa been damaged by
the Governor probably an.
to be protoctcd. hi all their rights of 4ttlP 4osotii special _teltmiorr? Jsmtr.Tho PAFY, rx-crolary. up, read third Unto, and passed. i minutes. **'
? '' "as though th.weronath'e born and the taaiantjrC$ of w ANTON The Senate took a recess till 4 p. jt. r STATE ov FLOUIUA, EiEcrnvB OFFICE, ) -ljcrg.i "Crars W. Frain.

.z dtizt* of the United' HUtos, whether native v I The Senate resumed its session at 4 o'HOCK r. Tallahassee, .Augi 4, 1868. J JHon. HAVANA, August 5.-Marshall Falcon, lately

it.natetlizjed, must bo liable to arrest and imuament -j friends of Andrew Johnson wehi utqorp! City and the surrounding country M., lie Pacsidcnt pro torn in the chair. W. W. Moore, Speaker of the Assembly : ;'A gold vein has been discovered in the town Pusident of Venezuela,has :re-appeared before

by anv foreign power for acts done for tvertcrofTenn Tho t1tct4eetit'n w ss vjsitcd'wilh a terrible hoed Ji ly 2d, deulructivo Assembly bill, No. 93 was taken up, rent! the Sir : 1 have the honor to submit for the in t of Clinton, X. Y. An assay of samples of the Crro. Ho contemplates renewing the war to

words spota, m this country, and If so .isr- name (1IeI flCIt take place for a year. both of lifo and property. Tho principal first, second and third times, under suspension. formation of the Legislature a communication; quarfi rock by coinjHJtcnt metallugiss( <, shows dr.vaMonagas from power. '
** aM imprisoned it is the duty of the gov. them streets of the city wore submerged, in of the rules, and passed. .. received I this morning, from the President of the Haytien advices report that revolutionists

""wet to interfere in, their behalf. -_- -. same )d&CeBtO ,the depth of over seven feet.JJuildiugs .- The Governor informed I he Senate, through ; Unilcd Nnta* relating to United States, troops, ,that it contains $13.45 of gold to the too, and h i\3 gained a victory near JscmeL FOOT thoo -

.Tenth. in the rials Savannah New. A: Herald, laCotyby owni4 wero undermined, property in cellars his private secretary, that ho had approved and and from Jho Socrolary.Qf War relating the about twenty per cent of silver.Tho .. a-icl revolutionists, well' provided with provision
Of faithful
all who The
-were tinder the t.x- was ruined, street cars vure iwont from the signed. tho following Senato.Bills l T / Chaltahoochuo Arsenal property/ '. and ammunition, are pressing the Beige of
,Wttelate war, there none entitled to moreecIa1 Mason k Estill, is now marks and branda of beef :' Dominican
were Mcrrs. tracks and about five person were diowned. An act concerning ic. I'vr an Prwca troops have: cro sed -

honor than the brave soldiers and seaho clusivo control of 31,. J. II. &UU, be having The duresse, will amount to $3,000,000. At and stock cattlo. Very respectfully, $,,) ) } Governor.. statistics of cigar manufacture fchqw that ,frontiers iavading llayti Gen. Itoyer and his

bsa endured the hsrdships !of campaign the interest of the senior propricbr.Mr. Ellicott City, about twonfy.miles from the city, An act to provide for enforcement of sec : Great Britain, and .colonies. and .Ihe, United so-1 have been murdered. Robberies and dprdationa'aro ...
4 .
Cmi.; n4 Imperilled their lives in (113 purchased impaired that ho the line of tho JJalti more and Ohio Jlvlroad, tion 7, -dinance 9, entitled an ordinance for %YA1t flpj'AhTxr, States half Ibo of the world -and reported in vjurous parts of th* eormtiy. _
*r4 the eoit2try ; the bountiiz and penMinsltoktcd Mason's health became so on Oranito Mills were swell away, and sixty submitting: tho ContlltuHnn to tho people for 1 ''Washington City,'July 11, 1863.1 consume crop ; -

by law for the bravo defenders of the could nc longer fill hj rusponalbla po>Uon. the were drowned. ratification. -. ( 'The'commnnieation, from the liovernIjegislatnro anti that Cuba proelurc one-third of tim whole ?npplvofthQ SL Domfngo advices report that the wrolationary p

'th* obligations never to ba forgotten ; persons I *An act fixing Iho limes for holding the circuit of Florida, referred this day byi tho. :t world. movement against Bans & steadirj:pro

'"widows and of the gallant d ad arc I'stiuwoTna road from the river to ProfcidBnt to the of War f jr considerfatlon -'
:: orphans \ At a ahelj manhood is lo take courts of this Stat Secretary I srcssing under Gen,Luforon, and that L feroa

'ne t>[ tnpolo-a saem! Lrgaey be.qlaetbea ibo beach wjalkcd of. I The final vote on November.suffrage There w little An act rotating to seals of <*onrts and cletks. ,'and report id returned td the President; I' The fortress of Xew Ilumaita has finallv' fallen had gained a derisiv victory OTV tLa IOTCSA

1.t9n' lrot.acting caw.P brink of revolution-now place in Iowa .in. An act to provide an offico for the superintendent-I with the remark that troopinowin'Florida, into tho bands of the allies. leiltgtunitlum. ,
Eleye, Foreign emigraUon, ir(4 h1 th)} $pini: I doubt that H will U carried. ,

)1a id&i4i0 much jto the wealth, 4evcop- aFyP,

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K t 1ttj the election for p -
carry Seymour and Blur
B* rdf Trade. The L.gt.lrnture. An act to incorporate Ptnsacola and Lou- I liah Facon, chargtrl with being concerned in

.___ by any means no matter how revolutionary murdecof llr. Weimar, at Waldo.Bnd.the .
, 1 JACJtsojrnit Ui, 1868.A. This body completed ita.labors and i villo Railroad Company. the recent wit local govnm

r i b.t or desperate. Tho people want regular meeting of thi :Board of Trade Thursday last adjunintdon An act, cotaeerniiig forciablo entry and deaider. robbery oft31r. Kinard's stoic, harbccn'irtTstcd 9. !ltaetrc4, That 'olemly diiioi'1
ening The ITarien
f following is n \ tan I enl to Fort atsgtUtine. ncciwuvjthi
t p :;: ---------_ --------- -::: peace, not tumult and strife, and in the wu Sold at'thcuroota lhl evening, Vim Prosident'T. list, though nqt entirely,complete,) of the acts Angust .IAfl,? 3An r 4 One'91.tbo 'party has madnfgfltion. {': 1 unI'(or a iiiorganuzat1o any cistn, oE prt and

ii TKXTllSJDAL'V. A.TJO, 13. 18OSNo present partially organized condition oftho afceltffa thittuur. and itspltttronirpasaed during the acseiontf act anlnorjisrg tho Board of Commisskm- ThaI CbuicsT illo !;>*isys t that fuha a "tent on a basis thig jr

T. nlavte of,tbj hut meeting wore read *"* *** : csoT PilofaRc.. (ov.appoint Stevedores nndtfor o'bccn cb'cifed irblch load lo the Uli.f tluiW ) ; CtlWtjuticcto t all, prec

II notice trill bo taken; of annoymus commujiicalion government, it is better to rctnovfttho a nJppsd ': ;;; LIST orAci4ND 'BEsoitmpss passed by the I o ithcrpuiTjJeswi- ;-gjj regular organl&i on exists in East Florid t, tfwhci Oils only i&iite puiple sIItj pj

*. The name and address of tbo writer disturbing cause {han it :'ia j to rely Mr. R Tairbauk offered the following I'vsol- first Logfslatare held xindiw'tho ,revised Constitution. July Sit. *f -,. .g the\bovc ro rabj are meinVr, for the fundamental laws ? to so so
"Memorial lo Congress, asking for the "cstabishment purposeof ifrardcr and roblwry. and their posterity
.u8t bo givxm a* a guaranty of good faith. upon putting down the disturbance. ut ion, which WM adc ptcd. li of a mail route from Tampa to ClearWater at liberty. and thus thoblcasiap save

We cannot undorUko to return or pn-scrve A third reason may bo found in the immense Whereas, by recent military order _the Headquarter An act the to Militia provido for organizing and disciplining harbor. ( curral'Stephens Ntvr. from the evils always attemW our
of the Military to be removed of the Stato. 31. established
communication which are July
are not need. to -- on principle 'f
baring of expense-an expense '*. Augustine,, and in coniequenca the Colonel Approved, August 6. An act to legali/o tho ordinance a'itwl in tho the late I lleBillVntFoT Ki.inn satiafi4tb&t *hoattajnnt
4.. i--- which Commanding and Staff An act to more effectually provide for the Brotherhood in the (L'nilcJ tiratidj.is |. ii"1iingI'nltVh fth,
I ii
a hurried registration and a general are to remove to that good order Constitutional Convention, called an ordinance .urpo.c4. of greater impotan
-* *.- EWPrticteut5' ,- '"1Itesolvcd of society, and_ to. suppress disorderly a abolishingcountycnminal courts. in Paris. ity if cur State tb.r the
election would involve at a season That the. Board of Trade proceedings? July 3ir "* wiTs vTsiti-d iniiuiiicrlT.'tarui political SUe
hereby Chiiagw by & ,_ .. *1y
ULYS S. GRANT. when the State treasury is almost empty tender their thanks to Cot Sprague and officers, An August act 6. An act to ratifv. tn amendment, to the Coniitution of sand tlics on the evening of the 20th ult. union ('fall claaseijh
to efere
when dollar is needed for the for their assistance in all measures advocated by Printer. provide for tho flection of' a State s of the United States known as article They covered some t>f (ho btreel lamps s.j thickly joust Politics, in order to "e to
For Vice-President, every this Board in mfermee to XIV.July.
commercial and cnT-a
: city August G.An h that it was almoot ininosoiblo to sec the gasjet. government fottwhrtioh
.SCHUYLER COLPAX. necessary expenses of the government, inttresti, at aim, for their uniform courtesy tootrr act 31. They all disappeared bcforvwcxt mMrninj. suggest that a State Convr--- 11 aa4
citizens. supplementary to an act, entitled an An j7
act to lesjalize the ordinance the city
and no time is allowed to iaie superfluous Resolved, That the furnish act, to provide for the creation of Corporations Constitutional pasadin It id commonly fcald that bctvrccn nino hundred feet Wednesday th Convention called ordinanceo
Secretary a copy an an organization local
----------- nnd to irs
1-, prescribe their and thousand millions of Unite ti cbadn
of above general and liabilities. a States
revenue. resolution to Col. prague. powers t provido for the means of paving the expenses euro tie object herein ihjt.
R> til
i )> > Convention rosiponed. bonds held in This
are now u probably
Mr. Adams of the Committee o f this Convention. Mr., C E. Dyke in
the ,
Thori are many objections to the to State August 7. an exaggeration : but the amount cannot be a fcWmni,
RcrrnucAy STATE EXECUTIVE COMMIT?EK. > Agricultural Association, hold at Madison, Btrbmitled An act to provide for tho enforcement of sec July A 31. l loss than 700,000,000 ; all of it cs(*>rtitl within bo resolutions and wa3foUordbyff
which tho
jACKsoxvii.i.r., Aug, 8, 1868, ) course Legislature has thought tion VII memorial to Congress and resolutions to our UH m a speech of great
Ordinance power ,
( ropoii; of their proceedings, which, IX, entitled an ordinance Senators and i six veal's.
upon the The
Representatives, requesting e.iablishmcnt resolutions
TLo call issued the proper to pursue in this matter, but on for submitting the Constitution to the for reported bj b.
by Republican State people t
moton, was received. ratification. of certain mail route in West Baron Bcust Lt comes boldly boligcreut. It la were then put and nnanimoBsfj

; :Executive Commit too on Iho 2-ith ult., for a tho whole, these objections arc more Dr. Baldwin, after reading a letter from Mr. August 6. F'lorida. evidence of n gn-at chan;u in Austria whin a Jlr. a K. Dyke offered IbefoUowi,
An act to provido for the publication of the I government minister dwldrca to the bishoi and tion, which was adopted mo.i| .
than An
counterbalanced the E. P. Beach to act to i
by advantages
in incorporate the
Capt. Jacksonville -
Whiting to
'nominating Convention regard
bo held putting
r<< -") to at Lako City, Company Laws and of official and legal advertisements. priests that if they tic! not conform the laws JfrWrrrf. That tho rmidootoflM
on tho lotli.day of September in-xt, i hereby which will ensue, and, as to its effect a line of steamers on from New Yoik to August 6. July 31. they will bo subject to line ami imprisonmentlike lion bo authorized to appojn t v.l"! 01

withdrawn. upon the result of the election, it will this i place,ofTrird the following resolution, which An act to provide for the Incorporation ol t t An ratio act funds to authorize tho Governor of this State ordinary mortal.- *,> l-o selected from the vario.i ii
o to the of
.'*i' not change that in the slightest Whichever was adopted: Cities and Towns and to establish a uniform rxgislaturo. pay expenses present Civil uiarriago; without the sanction of clerical county Convention, to represent lisn O> t.
Tbo said Convention i is postponed until fur"Uicr system: of municipal government in this State i ii proposed by thejth iola
Resolved That authority, so bitteily opposed
the 27. by
letter of E. 1'. Beach, July announce thraugh the **
the election is conduced the August G. ,of
) notice.f' way E An Church iu Austria, that tonii* of the 11ibh1s p.pr the
aq., to Capt. Whiting, be referred to a committee Joint act to provide for tho payment of the r2><> further business n2L
*':*.. result will bo the same. Grant and of three, consisting of merchants of this resolution to adopt ti soul for (tut Stilu. Members, Officers, Attaches and other expenses; have ordered their curates U refuse absolution to adjourned si.e Offering i oa a"Cunvhution
H order of the Comuiittcv. August G. dicr.
} f thoso so united, even in the hour of death. One
city, with instructions tkat they inquire as to tho o> the first Legislature held under the Conslitu-
Colfax will be for the Ee- An THOMAS 'RAN-IULL
"- Ei>wn. 51. CIILNLI, triumphant, practicability of establishing this line of steam-1 the set prescribing ou the part of this Slate I t ion of Iho State of Florida. prelate goes *y far a* to say in a circular adurcssexl ,

publican majority ten thousand votes or between New York and this city, and if the | and manner Vice of appointing Electors o President Vetoed by Governor and parsed over hi< vutn. to' hi inferior clergy : "} vtry time W. }:i U.VXFJJ.V, Secretary.A
President .
Si' of
entity.V from the United States. August G.Tho that OLI have lo register the birth of .1 thild
.. ... secured at the last election cannot be requirements our citizens can be met, and August 6. .
; V _-_ born in civil nedlock only, must cut
that this roaa
you Dcuiocrmtic
import a subsequent meeting above laws will bo in Victory iIe.I .
UtfaJiCol An act concerning Marks und Brands of Beef]r published officially tho formula '
overcome by the Democracy and the of this Board. "Jegilimato child:
anti staff left hero for ,
t .
: Sprague and Stock Cattle t he Union as fast as correct copies can IKJ fur- Il I-M'B.; E'LAIxZD.-.IJJ
vote of the Legislature will be the sam The Chair appointed T. Hart ridge, S. Fairbanks August 4. A correspondent of the Springfield: : {Cc tttbli-
St. Augustine, the future Headquarters n bhed by the Secretary of Stato.f can says : "Tho Rut l'rLo at Harvard College

of tlio District of Florida, on tho as would bo the vote of the people. and C. Dishes said committee. August An act relating 1. to Jurors was taken by a colored youth, Richard Thcodoio (VY. J'iuu3 0. 1troadkad:

The following Tide Tablo was received: An act to City Treasurer' Ileport.The CJrwncr, of the junior class, the ion of a lear ColonelIn

7th instant.Vo Appointment. Tide table for the St. Johns Bar, Florida, for Channel incorporate the Appalm-hicoU Finance Committee, having examined Cite ('jiyna5urer's I>oor woman in Boston, why lilted for college at bog leave to say that 1 reply lear.to yo yeu.tt sq
Company.'r Obcrlin and Andover
Tho (Jorcrnor, since the adjournment of the the month of August, 11368, showing the time August Yearly Report, fin
\ ;publish:; in another column the Legislature,has appointed Hon. G. J. Alden, of of high water. There ii 7 feet of water on tne S tate.An act to fund thu outstanding debt ol tho l'rIYvt thin : were an graceful as Edward Kvcielt's, his gestures voice Democratic whether my Convention n.una shall be pcwcnuJ 7,, *

platform adopted by tho Democrats of Pensacola, Secretary of State. Mr. Alden isan I bar at low water. August (;. ,, tintrcccireitroil .ljnil 1, 1S37, tit ..lr<7 1, 1 IcG(W.Uaeli musical "and flexible, and )iia whole tearing a l- lowing, as what I consider, and the to sabsit real t

J Florida, nt TallaffiiSHoe, in August last, indefatigable worker and will undoubtedlyjive August h. m. .ft. in. An act to provide un office for the Superin- Merchandise( on IianJ lianrtc.i April ,.1.,..... .JI.195.SO l.UOt.lx) mirablo."Drops of the coming shower.'' iifiiu in thftrrrattst.( .- _.
1 It ii high water the e 8 12 6 tendent The
satisfaction in the position to which he has ou of Public Instiuction. I Pray licences. .ViK.oorn reconstruction polity of the RrficaU
(1the letter of Gen. Blair, upon which 2 St. Johns Bar at full 6 49 12 00 August o. Il liceuse ,... C.'iOoO A gathcringof somo twelro or fifteen hundred: be complete before the next election wfll

: is based their platform now. been appointed. 3 &ch&ngeoftha moon, 7:50: 12 00 An act to incorporate the Siiw.inntj Steam B I[unpin tIliflI(1 table licenses licenses,. 10,110, Indians was held at Fort Lamed i-ecciitly, for BO long excluded, will have been aditWs; the St.i .
** Mr. Wcstcott, though appointed and confirm 4 at 7 o'clock 20 min. 8 10 12 00 I boat Company. C ity Market rcnt.... 1,1H7,00 25,1 w the purpose of receiving their annual supplies gro suffrage established, and the oipet4 ,
It 13 singular that so marked a change o: 843 12 00 *Ho\e under Council of arms and ammunition. On account of installed in their ,,
cd as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, i isetill August Koom. 3K*,
should have taken place in so short u dischaJging the duties of Attorney-General,p G 7 921 12 00 I An act to incoiporalo the U'ltliliicoot-lio aud L i Fines ating to Itouse Keb.,.1,..18C8................................ 583,2 63,00*> depredation weeks committed by the Choyonnessomo grwa. rhcreisnopofflibih-ty of. ehangc r ,

time and it shows how hollow wero the 958 12 00 Lako Pansoffka Canal and Steamboat Company. Virtus Iiccni ,............................... f<0,0t) ago, the (Government oricrol that political character of tho1 Sanafi, "lad i th,
no successor haring boon yet appointed. 8 10 36 12 00 August 1;. y'ountj of Duviil for quota expense for mail- no supplies should be issued, and the meeinz Democrats should elect their Prewdent

professions which an apparent necessity James T. Magbce has been appointed Judge JOHN JoH.Nbox Pilot St. Johns Bar. An act to raise additional pox p.itient.1,1306,.. ....... ............... 97.W) was broken up in confusion. A great deal of majority of the branch
revc-nuu l I..r the popular oi
I talian Opera Co., &c.............. ......... i>,: ) discontent exists \ Coe
fcfrced thai"unprincipled to adopt and Hon. C. 1*. Mobley State Attorney for ihe On motion, th* Board adjourned.E. S tate. -rgau grinders.............................. ti.UO I. amon tho Indians on account \ c eannot. th rpforo. rnut iI. P.a-
party August o. HwlmmTng cattle,............................. J,2J'' of tho order, and tcvcral acts of hostility havo reconstruction, by Congressional actio vI
and how readily they discard them when L Sixth .1 udicial Circuit. A. FERNANW/, Secretary. An act to provide for tho l'unishnieiit 1-oi; tax,..................................... 2U.O!) already been perpetrated. The matter ha not Senate will eontinue bar fo its ,
It is reported on good authority that Colonel Crime and in u l'anorama... ...... 5,10* been settled wo submit to it? How repeal 3fit
proceedings criminal Sidewalks can it be
'g offers to out boldly CHMV. orwtiwt?
an opjpoXtunity come Win m. A. Code, of Jloaticello. will bo appointed PiANo-FoKTE. a country when the natural August 6. Two cemetery loti, at J20,. Orders hare been i.-Autd by the of It can only be overthrown by thS authofit/if
their true colors. desire of the people is to reach the highest: Joint Resolution Amount recceiv Judge of tho Eccocd Judicial Circuit. concerning Toaohtis u:Ireedmen's fur expenses of DUTIJC for sick sailor... tho Navy to Rear Admiral David, commanding sworn to mainttim tii
: The Tallahassee platform,-then aug- point in ART, it ia very difficult for success tobe p F Schools during the year ISfiS. Kibitioa of laughing gas. 10,00t, South Atlantic f>{'iadrun, to cut down his Constitution, and who will fail to do hb dcty if

obtained without arduous August G. S ea-cow. ..................................... 10,00 force one-half. This will necessitate the ho allows the Constitution to1peruh ttafari
most lalx return
of the colored Fnmi UAU TO WOUSE.-The Savannah Jle- >r. Public k ish dtall In
ling for the votes people* An act to revive an ordinance of the Consti City Market. Sl.23 of series of Congressional enactment 'wUdk
several of
downward track opinion is extremely exacting and not always t tution City lax, balance for the year 1866 and '67,... 1,231>,95 the war vessels now in those waters. i in m
uUec'n started the Convention palpable violatioa
and hoping to delude them by emptypromises p having on entitled an ordinance to City tax lor thw year 1W7 and 'OS. 9, H8,7IJ.iln It is left to the discretion of the Admiral of it* fundamental priae.pies. .
teems lo bo going headlong to the bottom of the just ; but often unjust and cruel criticism L i inquire into the condition of tho Union Bank 1 what vessels shall be went home. Tho 9
.-declares that "it accepts as of Florida. Amount received from all source*,......... Navy If the President, elected the
: Copperhead Democratic abyss. With every haa produced the most beneficial results ; the f fgreatat August G. lice dill) the Trcusurcr...............J...' (V j 17 Department expects to hear from him on lie enforces or permits others by DenoctK*
thr civil and subject in about tcf enforce ttn !
settled principles, political have been under a month. R
downward step, its bitterness increases, and L improvements made An act to incorporate the IVnsacda and Per Total.....................................*lfi,47,53 construction acts, the Radical*, by the aecowa
finality of all its (i1iCII, that it regards while its editorials arc now characterised by continued discouragements, and in many successful di
"tie .reconstruction nets as An act relating to the Penning and riu>exENTb.i Leo County Coiivciilion. and his administration will be as
t it invites the copcration of all the peo aro disfigured by more low-bred scurrility and I those concerned. In ne one branch of art has of Cattle in this State. Milking G.i; furaL-Litl city, tho present one of Mr. Johnson! pomrieat. *

abuse of there been more trials and failures, and in no G. i M. Bowc' ........gas... .pipe, postd Ac., lai.1 T.u.tAHiT, Aug 21, KSC7to There is but
pie of the State without reference to ungentlcm'anly political opponent August ................ ... eIl2J.3 ono way restore tie gtntn-
This, however, was to be expected. An apostate single instrument is there BO many differentparts An act to provide for the Registration of Elec 1 I'.al.mceon' Hospital groundn.ions ................. l'ntniut :i call publushcd iu the city papers ment and the Conatution, 'and.ttat&fcrtt*
color that funiinheU pflsoilers...............
i "did wet on i foundedon race or t and the President elect *
always goes to extremes, hoping to to perfect, in order to make the whole af ors holding of Elections. Mrs. M. I*. Sluttuck, draft due L. Hoattuck a Convention of delegates from the various to declare these act*' oil'tadvoid
it recognizes the "necessity of securing sho'r August G. for services a wawhman In Isco............ compel the army to undo Its vsarpi&fes,
; his sincerity by his excess of zeal in the success, as the Piano-Forte; this is always attended An act fixing tho time for holding the Circuit Cancelled coupons for 0. i% Sweption, flaw precincts of the county met at the Court.J louse at the South, disperse the carpet-bag SUta

civil and jwlitiwiJ equality to a?[} to tho( cause, and his enmity to that which he has deserted. with great expense, requiring large capital Courts of this State. fldanee river, by pai.1 order 11. of Council, year. lMG ......... this day. allow the white people to norguta government
"""'" *"* -
'i end that not only at the ballot but, but So with the apostate rpnUict -the i and patient perseverance. .1. 11. trovcstecn,I August 5.Concurrent. Interest.. '......n"...ngmi........nttinuncc.witli ..... 2K'
in the dixlribidion the history of the claims elected President and W. K. a majority of Dmnocnt fr.
: t. .... Ditntlly
t ( of office, there shall bo no distinction I>*y fool; is trying to surpass hi* illustrious exemplars. Fuller & Company, commenced manufacturing against the State. \v. ir. Ciin.tjbondf F' ,.Cheney..............70,0 oO.OO* H'l.UO appointed Secretary. Tho l'ic-.iUtnt addressed the North, and they will admit the Bcptotttativcs -

Pianos thirty- ight years ago, and is one of the August 3. Amount paid City Marshal, 5 p c on market the Convention its elected by the white people of the Boot
growing out of past differences or: An act rtnt ...................... .............. explaining objects and coun and with the *,
The Jttjjiilliinii of the 3d inst., devotes a whole oldest honses in thft country. They aim to making the scrip isnuud by the Constitutional I. City Marshal), 5 p c on 88 licensor, ISUi...... 41.1$) selling union'and harmony in carrying them out. co-operation of the Pnodeatit

precious condition." editorial column to senseless abnte of the Union make the beet itibtruuont, und sell it at tho Convention receivable for all Stat One iltT-k and chair for Councifroom........ Tho credentials fof tin d-.lcgiiled v.cto then will not bo difficult to compel theSenfcf
dues.. City Marnli.il, for purviews January to March, prcdcntcd and read by the follows submit once more to the obligation of th. OPK-
Now it throws off the mask ; repudiates and the Sdtlincl. Its charge against the Ui&a smallest profit. These Pianos cannot be oxccllsjed. August 3. Clerk March of Oouncil to Oct.,,for from> mon.Oct., at2., ISCG.,........... --'if1 (Here follows the iuumof secretary Si.ult. as late candidate : slitution. It will not bo able to withstand tt*

: these generous sentiments ; goes (which serves as a text for a political } I Their singing quality is pnrc, full, and An act to make appropriations for the expenses I ls.7; 13 Jilecting) >,...............,.to...j\pnl..*".!.') lor Governor, ex-Senator Calf, Dyke, Bio- public judgment, if distinctly invoiced and clearly -

back its declared that we reported yellow fever in Savannah for I easily retained through the most lengthy pas of tho Stato Government of the State of ,' April to Oct., 21 mwtings,............ 120'to.OC kaw and ISO other citi t-nii of In count).) expressed, on this fundamental issue, tad 2la
solemnly platform L \ M. 1t.iw.oii,
on m.
tho purpose of injuring the trade of that enterprising sages. For power they are unparalleled, and( Florida for the fiscal year ending 31st day December from May amount 3, 1SC7.expended to M.nxh.on IStiS rity'gaccount ,.. 14)I On motion, a com mil!to on tev>lutionj was the sure way to avoid all future strife to pot
and declares that there can bo no civil 18G8. Cancelled lor li. U. tax, IMG and '07......... appointed by the President, consisting of the this igboc plainly to the country.
city. The stupid editor, with all"his] are celebrated for their great brilliancy, exquisite Joint resolution of the gialaturu ot the State t MlMcrltanvous account paoI by Council.... 77,1 following delegated : I repeat that this is the real and only qui

and political equality for freedmen ; that editorial experience, does not seem to know that touch, und elegance of stylo and finish. of Florida, petitioning Congress for an appropi Amount Krpcuri, locks>aid J.,Ac C., forclty, jail............. 34,7.; C. E. Dyke, A. J. lVcr! G ku AV. S.ott, S. I which wo should allow to control us. ''Shall T*
] irdy on to lire
engino -
the reconstruction acts arc unJonstitu- i incorrect reports will sometimes find a place i in iatioti for the improvement and placing in a l.ibor and material for j.iil........... 161,32 Sills, J. (I. leonard, J. It. T. \loi, Jft&n A\e- submit to the usurpations l>ywhich the govia-
and void and the : Supreme Court condition of safe navigation, Moccasin sluice i in Purcn.iM of hose....................|4'X.i) > > tiLt, Dr. R. X. Gardner, SiLts H.irtlielil, CicnvralMundec I ment has been overthrown, or shall we surf
tional governments the most carefully guarded journal-(though in I Ladders, a< Uarlumn, ... !
Ala term of tho Court oftlie the Apalachicola River. | puiutinj, ke, 54)0,00Mlfl,0Il) ti.! A. Chaiis, F. J:. Cotton, J. B. Oliver ourselves for its full" and coniplefo ratontwi?
Pptvial Supreme Kotutc of l> 11.
r. Stttle, 1
established under them must bo overthrown this case, the report came to us on what wo conbidered I- August 6. amount due for issu- W. X. J. ( Croinailic It is idle to talk of bonds, greenback, gold th*
State of Florida held in the of Tallahassee lag Uci-nM.- 18W5, ....................... W ,W> Taylor, i. l.saac Tay ,
that distinctions founded on: the very best authority.) Moreover, theKopMieau city An act the better to procure and scenic Protection Chen A. Carroll-, making City 1'ouud, 12.IX) lor, Benjamin. Ilargravc. TLotn.is Sirus. Robert public faith and the public credit. Wb4qaai

; ignores the fact that the report re'' on the 4th day of August, in the year to Lifo and Property in the State of .Jhl F. 'L'Knslc iM to old,for powder labor and mngit/.inp,..... 8ix> 'JOF. ,'/)) Kent, Robert Braden, Henry Cook, J. 31. Thur- Democratic President do in. regard (Ii uj of
material fur street
race and color must not only be main erred contradi ted in the nextissue of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and Florida. croju-ingc, as per contract..............,.- ( >Sl-.'> ston, Jesse Dennis, 1).ivid Taylor, Ijtwu Moriug these, with a Congress ia both, branche wntrollcd -
tained but must be made more distinct t, lo was promptly : sixty-eight, in of an act of the legislature Augufct 0. E. F. IVt'uttw, privalc crot ins ,............ 1SO.I.J: Luke tic.-. Boston lawyer, and Alfred Pulmur. by the carpet-baggers and,.their"jtri] !
i of the Union, three days after. pursuance An act to prwciibo the dutks of Stato Attorneys I AV. M. Boatwit-k* Co.,mod. furnM #15,23 t He will be powerless to stop toe luppGe I b 7
and bo approved on-day of said month and K.1'. Wclwtcr i Co,................104.40U9, which idle
4 that not only must negroes excluded : Burial of paupcra....................*tt,50 Dannie) the absence of thu coumiillu.-. J. 1 negroes are organized into poUncal
from office but they must also ( u&LIn.TIox or Tuoors.-Tho OiJcr issued year. August G. propriatioiw| for PA"IX.T,.......,.12bUO 1V' Peeler, Es-j., bung: called for, addressed the I clubs-by which an army i* maintained to pntert -
I Present Edwin :M. Randall, Chief Justice.Ossian An act to provide for a correct list of tho Iive-o.ik block for City Market,............ It'.tW Convention ia a logical and practical fepotrh these vagabonds in their outrage upoa,the
bo dfiten from tie lallot loi.'S a short time ago for the concentration of B. Hart, Associate Justice.; Owners of Real property in the several counties 8.Keeping Ucnc\up, wntclun and grading powder btrccts.....,....... 290'J, eliciting repealed applausu.Thu Conventioa was ballot. Thcso and thing like these eat ip ft Sand

When the tho ttoops stationed in Florida at St. Augustine, Wm. S. Hogue. Clerk. of this State 7.ine.Mdajsat! ) .fl.OO,.....maga-........$IS

; Jacksonville and Tampa, has not yet been carried 1. Ordered by the Court, That the rules of August G. Watching chain-gang.5, clay*...........7,50- .>V>0 tea ; Robert Kent, Thomas |Sims, Cicoar Forl, ;, credit, and make the difference between jpbl.Tcenbacki.
Amcasing laxt 'and ...........
declared in the columns of.the An act makinu liookn, 1'O,0I1) ,
adopted wo relating to Vacancies in
into ofl'cct., The companies now at Tallal 1.1 this Court heretofore in force and not inconsisI I-, oflicu. T.ix collector, 5 ]P c commission on balance of and Luke Jennings, who was not a dulegutf.
Uxiox, that if it meant what it l I tent with the laws of this State be, and tho August G. Ux, ]WjOiid'J7........................... :19,01 The Committee on Resolution.-, through th< ir We must restore the Constitution wiote w
basst-o had completed their arrangement I to same are hereby, adopted as the rules of this| A resolution asking the renewal of the grant W' H. Uawaon, dniiuin lot, per order chairman, reported thu following resolution* : can restore the finances; and to do this we ant

said, it was to all intents and purposes leave by the last steamer, but their departureboa Court, until otherwise ordered. of alternate sections of land for building Kailroads. 1- Tax of refunded.Council....... *10,7J 10, 1. Ktsoircd, That we accept as ecttltd principles I hate u President who will, execute the will of

a republican platform, but tin LO boon postponed until the next. Ho with the 2. Ordered, That the present rule of the Circuit CommiDition, cirtua license. 4,0-* -1,7" in the Policy uf our (Country, tlio I'erjtit- the peoplo by trampling into dost tie niuipttioiis -
Courts be and are hereby adopted as the An act relating to Seals of Colitis and Clerk CitypoUcc,. ual Union of the {States, "ii / tie liciti'ndjflititul r of Congress, known-a the Uccoatrnrt
has proved that it did not mean tchat it detachments at Lake City and other points, their August 5. Wm. Caulk, '.',', months' rent of building lor acts. I wish to stand before., the ,0 awafi>*i iu
rules of the Circuit Courts in this State far {niily o(1L its cit;
BO in.
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mill. It was meant to deceive and mislead departure is delayed, and rumors are prevalentthat as they are not in coflict with the lawn of tho An act to incorporate St.Johns and hal bntiug Council room in mourning,......... lO$1 -' HisviKulf That the objott of Civil GoeruniLiit {>on this issue, but it is one which eouirio)

5it the delay will bo indefinite. We trust that State. fax Navigation and Improvement company. C. Drew, stationery Ax,..................... I ..5] being the security i>f Life, Liberty and everything dec that is of value in. its larjt and

but it failed in its purpose, and thee rumors are correct and that the proposed 3. Ordered, That the rules oi practice in thoQircuit > August 6. Thebout ket.A; Uurch.. on ext msion of city..mar .. > Property, wise ind humane laws, a firm but impartial comprehensive it suits. His ticoneOaDsthil
is now contcmptously thrown aside.- concentration will not take place, at least for the Court not conflicting with the State I>e An net to provide for making a Digest of tho A. C. tjuuill building stall,extension ot roof, ,-- administration of thuui, and cordial includes all that u worth a contwVand wifit
and the same are hereby adopted as the rules of Laws of Florida. A.C., in City Market,. 21))M; ) olxxlit-uro to their mandates, as Interpreted: it there is nothing that gives dignity.hOs'
'"The honied accents in which the high present. In tho absence of all civil power the practice in tfce county court*, except that writs August G. Taid Bill on of contract slate. K.for I*.powder uiagHZino and uxocutcd by lawful officers, aib 5nJi3[>cujn- valne to the struggle., ,

toucd (so-called,) declared to the free 1- troops have preserved order and acted as a military ] shall bo tested in tho name of the judge of tho An act to organi/u the County (Join'Id ol tho 1'uidA. UCanova, ,Webster..t31,3 loo.oi' Lie to this end,.and concern all alike. Your friend, FLa BLLII

police force, lothe general welfare of the county court of the proper count'. several counties of the State, and to prescribe Win. Houston building fence..82,30- 'jJIOtj: 3, llcsdcti That in view of tho recent history -
incn that they were their best friends the mode of practice of said 1'aid for draining road, appropriation of : The Fly lag M* .
U. the
1. Ordered, That Charles Foster, Kq I be courts. of country, and its present condition, the
1 stato and to the of life and ...
arc no longer heard, but instead thereof protection property, and he is hereby appointed Clerk of thin Court, August 4. Iteubeu Alley. ,.ln contract for putting f2tMV*> great duty of the day is C jeiliitiou, and the; At u recent meeting of.tha Aeia.1cali- ,'

hare the bold assertion of superiority I and their services arc still needed in the same and on his qualifying, according to law, he An act to provido for the iiitoiporatiou of in trunk.125,00- .;:J,
we bohalf. Wo hope, if possible, the order for concentration will take charge of the Clerk's office, books, records Benevolent and Charitable Societies. liuildin Lumber furnished eweron liayotruet,.f'11,10' to our love of country our pi'fjmit'fi, and L one of the members of UM society, Mr..Spsr,

; the contemptuous denudation: will be countermanded, or at least ,and papers, and the Supreme Court librar:.. August fi. S. Mitchell, scmoes.at Council room,.l,2ii- :Pl,3 Hit()> burying the uuiuiositits engendered by cur late I had already constructed an apparatus by 6 i
and tho confident threat. Tho freedmcu 5. Ordered,That the clerk furnish each judge An act to incorporate the Ocklawaha River Cleaning street welk. 1;>,1" unhappy btriic. and banishing as far na jioi iblo r aid of which ho had accomplished the fat rf
postponed. and clerk of the circuit court and of the county and Lake Apopka Steamboat and Canal Com Cancel! :.l coupons for K. Ii. tax of 1SU7 A. 'OS, ,.l'UIw, ) all its bitter memories, ciceyt fir their usffulli r raising himself from the ground levtl and P-'

could not bo flattered and deceivcd court with a certified copy of these orders, and pany. Amount, to J.of K.fine Camp refunded,.by order of?1V Council &vnt uf tlftailfttl tomiffctieea vf ticil iliafwJ, wo I | forming a horizontal flight of sixty foot,, M i

",* now they must bo bullied and dofiod. As.ttirTiI A KNIFE.-A dwgraceiul a Lf- that they be published iu the newspapers print L- August G. C. Mcholuu,ou liccn c..... 1-3,00 will do all in our power to reconcile dilTercnci. was further stated by )lr.-Winham, that fray look place at Tallahassee, near the City ed at the seat of government. An act to incoi'jKiralc the >uwuniuc .Steam M. Hcarn, removing fence. i,00 heal dissentious, promote harmony K-twccn all i Spencer expected to fly the-length.;of UM.Crj*-

Such is Democracy in its true colors Hotel, on Sunday evening. Several colored I The Court ia adjourned until the next regu- boat Company. Apprupriationafor Mr.-i. Jane Burns, over cleaning tax,...tip.the walkn 12,00 iu ,">7,50 the people of our land. tat I'alace during the meeting of the Acoustical

and such arc the principles which men, ono or more of them waiter at the Hotel I lit term. August 3. city cemctcrj'. IWi.fH) 4. llcsolct'J, That,apprc.iatiug the iuipoit.mcu r Society to bo held thaw on the 25ta.JRtt
I Joint resolution of the Lv ialaturc of thu Dr. E. T. Sabal, on account of niedi'-al bill,. 5')tK) of harmony in the reorganization, of the State Since the above anooncoment .wai, ioJ 'S
the people -and strange as it seem, and all more or less intoxicated commenced an State of Florida the Kxcuralou, on steamer Jlattic Government
may Important A t.PHEftlDLNTIAL rcqucsting Senatois and I!. & Togni, account. and fully conscious of the impossibility have rccicvcd from Mr, ioapspsitiithats -
e'ycn the colored people-are asked to altercation on the back piazza, disturbing with( W.ECTOM TO HE AWOIVI IIYTHK Representatives of Florida, in Congress of tho I.. Warrock. j'J7,00 6,00 of bringing the People together in such a I of the* apparatus employed .by h' ft
United States, to the enactment J.CUrk, for Boat,. 43,00 work which, consists of of smahl'
their loud brawling and profanity, the public procure by Xi'O on any pla'form declared a purpose> u pair wings of rather
support in the persons of Seymour and J.KIM.A.Tl'RE.The Congress of a statute exempting certain property Amount M. Mather paid, the mayor, canh, as per bill of l affiliating with either of the great Xatioi.il I urrangul so that they, can bet worked ty thi
and the of the hotel The building bidewalk in front of Mrs
Blair. peace, peace gueU. following bill has been passed by both I in the Stato of Florida from forced sale b llurritt'* lot........$11,00 Parties now disputing for thu possession of the i arms, and a largo fan hapcdt 41of .ver
men finally left the building and went out on to branches of the Legislature, and has gone I to under process of the United State* Courts. License issued.... 50,00 Oli>0 Federal Government; this Convention, rryinliny construction connectedto, the body lj,

Iho etrett for the purpoco of seltlinz their difficulty ] the Governor for his approval, viz : August 3. City pal surveyor's church..draft..for salary In.favor. Kpisco the? JtecoHstrttctioits .Jet* as a foutlity, and as presenting work;, so that it stands at.auapffUw
I We rcceivo information from Tallahabseo the of this Sin An act to locate the county situ oi Sampler i-thodist $ the only practicable of three degrees with tie iZr..S'duos .
and during the fight, which followed, one ifl act prescribing, on part t teit church 37,5U 73IX> means securing; hpriwntaL
that Legislature has passed I the manner of appointing Electors of l'rcside, county, and for other puqws Five per coat commimlon to Treasurer ou peace and harmony, does most earnestly invite not propose to fly.intyts, ordinarr MOM if
of.them set the rest .
being by dangerously l .
upon was t3,19t,3li. ,.
August 3. ,.,. tim *
and 'Vice l'reident of the ijuitcil States. 7.VJ.J7TotU co-operation of all the Peoplo of the Stato tho term. llcuaeshia apparatai tikigs
a,bill providing that tho Electors! for f etablied in the bowels. Ilk recovery is The people of the, State of Florida represented An act to permanently locate the county .situoCSuwanneo ,.;. jlli.417,53II. in the dart to rehabilitate our local govtrnmont, short, quick run, this run being ctil
1'resident and Vice President shall 1 be doubtfuL Such affrays, which are of constantoccurrence in Senate and.ssernbly, do enact aa follows Ii: county, and for other purposes. K. 1IOI.MKS, without reference to antecedent or personal con by pressure of tho air against tit ;
not only in Tallahassee but elsewhere Section 1. "Electoia'of President and Vice July31. Trc-uurcr. siderations, / <'ohr.a. face of the tail, ho is raisedirom li ,
elected by the Legislature, as was formerly President of the'United States shall be appointed An act to pro\ido for the organi/ation: and Examined iiiol fount correct, an.! approved by Haucu EtfolrtJf That freedom of spew h and of lie then, by using th.' wings maintaiatuiomeutum w th'

done 1n South Carolina. A copy arc a disgrace to the community in whichthey : in the Assembly,Hall, at Tallahassee, on tI t10 government of the Supreme Court. Committee., t 11_:. BI.K.JK 1. WtBSTKR: the press, education, e iiulity before the law, and I which ho has acquired u to? "

occur and seine means should bo found tore first Titf dfty after the first Monday of November July 30. JUHX) 8.Ausii 5AWt.i. in political rights and privilu us, are the t-bsea- possible, and ia thus enabled, skim tloi J 1 *
of the bill is published in another column. end thcui.. One or two stringent example a next, at twelve o'clock, at noon, by the Legislature An act to incorporate the 1'alatka Hotel Company. ; ,t 12,4L hats of any satisfactory rccont>truction Uc the short distance above the ground. Mr. i 8P

: nccdod. The new criminal code provides evere' of ibis State, or by such persons as shall South;" and that the leading principles atfcct- commenced his operations by pr&tLZ
be esteemed members thereof, and shall bo present August 4. ing the personal rights tnd liberty t-f th riti- jumps without the aid of the apparato, ana
Tho, reasons for this courso are obvious punishment for assault with deadly weapon- on that day, and said Electors shall, each, An act to enforce Mechanics and Laborers State Items.AVo zen, io be embodied in the Constitution, having then commenced using the wings,, and Enahhl

The fact that no proper registration Let tho law be carried info effect and the nit ir. before executing the duties of their office, take Lien on Buildings ,and other property. learn from Fcrnandina Lulcj: that the been definitely,fixed by t ho at U of Congress, wo the taiL By continued practue, and fi'

dote and maimfngs, at which the old law 'winked the oath of office prescribed by the constitution August 4. revenue cutter,, Itescuc, arrived in that port on recognize the necessity of securing tiril and jx>- ,timo to time making alteration jn his sPP"
can bo completed in season for the be summarily stopped. of this State. An act to incorporate Jacksonville and St the 1st instant. She has been stationed on our litU'id equality to nil, to tho end that not only at tus. iir. Spencer, ha* been ubled to ext

election makes election-undesirable Section 2. All actd or parts of acts inconsistent Augustine Railroad Company. coast during the past year. Lieut. D. 1". To/ier the billot box, but iu the tltntrilution of the tutiior* considerably his aarial ..flights'pi
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with the provisions of this act, are hereby August 3.Concurrent. has been detached from the Rescue, and ordered ami tuioluiiients of ojltet thtro hall bo no distinc we were informed by him jfow.sdayt.ho .
and further than this, if tho. freedmen j4mcu L.tw.-On Sunday afternoon hurt a repealed. resolution relative to State Landf. to report at Brownsville, Texas, for duty on lion growing out of past differences jtrcriont had lately accomplished.. &JIOrIIO11t

are called'from their labors first to colon! man by the name of Washington August 3. board tho Antiotum, at Brazes (OJldit of 180 feet, starting and alh.ting.at$*
register was tied by the hands and severely whipped Mono !;IL- A USEIJ-VT POMTICII.N --' Wopaddle An act for the regulation of Pilots and Pilotage Captain Trcadway has been detached from G. JiftalctJ, That the imiHxsitioti of Taxes fur level. 3Ir. -Spencer. now'.engagei in
and next to vote at u time whentheir August 3. the "Rescue," and ordered to New the of
Orleans. support t
government, justice und sound pitting which ho hopes
Salt Rivov.DEMWUVTU' a new
with switches by Peter Johnson, John Primus our own canoo -up apparatus,
services are particularly needed in .. --S An act to establish a State Penitentiary and Captain It. R. Graham, U. S. l\ C. succucnla policy forbid tho taxing <>f ono class t<* the exclusion ish in time for the exhibition'of the AO1
: and another colored man. He received upon I hi, ---- for the government and support thereof. hint in command of the Rescuo," of another. an>l that, thertfJrc, the tax cal Society at the Crystal Palace,and we '

the field,,it will interfere with the intercists bare back about ono hundred stripes which, in MJOlLttt.-ThO large Democratic July 29. Tallaha&soo ia to have brass band. She has on cotton ia u discrimination against the indus forward with some interest to wltiwe' b 1
and and drew majority at the last election in Kentucky Memorial to the Congress of the United Slates try of the South and ought to W i coaled, and" formancc-London
of tho farmers 'planters and somo instances, cut the skin blood.- praying for the establishment a colored book and ladder company. LEcriN.q. .
of a mail route. wo pledge ourselves to all
ia explained when it is understood (that use legitimate influences
The charged him with their
lym-biT stealing July 29.
and laborers"J3j
embarrass, both employers The last number of the I ako City lrtat for its removal, as u measure just ia itself OLDEST TKEEH TiWOBLD.4'h11l
clothing. Tho affair was witnentxl by a largticrowd the Republican had no randidate in the hVld.Upshire An act for the relief of W. E Jackson Kd con and as a means of ix wt
\dispensing with a popular election in ward Thomas tains an account of tho oiganization of an Agricultural encouraging Southern pro of Komma in Lombardy Italy,: is ptrk Pj
of men and boy*, and va fin ill}' stop- William Spear, John Craig, Jaa. and Immigration Society in Suw nneo duction by offering to tabor its highest reward- oWosttrce record. It was known tow*

,f Novjcniber, and holding the election for pod by the interference of a white .man. ..L'bepartha County; West Virginia, claims to and B. Walker and their nssodates, now owning county; Thomas'A. Carruth was chosen Presi 7. Rttvlral, That ad a means favorablo to the existence in the time of Julius Caesarfcrt/ **
in December durjriig'lhtf have the largest and richest iron mountain in operating from Jacksonville to dent, and Walter Uwinn and David policy of raateiial development and tho advarito before; b
Members of Congress Lake Long, Sec years Christ; and is, tbeefof .
concerned colorod. This
all ,
wore outrage the world, not excepting that of Missouri, un- City retaries. Uen. J. J. Finlcy, in an itble and > mont of all our people in virtue and intelligence, nd nine hundred bld It i* nand
t jiristmas holidays (as is occurred in the donald by vein of bituminous coal July'29.An -- ap we will favor the years
proided eastern portion of the city, a twenty-five propriato address explained to the meeting the liberation of the Public Lands sue feet in height, and'twenty fricititfekti
the road CoL Hodman' feet iii tniclcnosa.' It i ii only ono hundred and act for the repealing of the Relief Ordinance. intentions and of this of the State from the existing lien *
.. in>.Another bill,).this delomuiu is on leading to All tbfl objects association and u on some o at one foot from the grow*
< fifty miles from PitUburg and a railroad ia already similar ones to be organied in just basis acceptable to all concerned, und their rjoleon *
parties concerned should' be arrested and pun July 29. every county in when laying down the pbn
Another reason for tho projected to run to it., the State, and tho immense in appropriation for purposes of Homesteads thocncouratremont road' the
jUVoreomo. advantage tho over Binirjlon ft' Boet'OO
; ixhod. The la w provides punishment for thieves An act to change the county lines between
; of ,
iiskj'atio ,.
und : improvement of stock .nd iii flflnr.nr lini to *' "
agticnlturo horticulture Alps
< arises from the threatening St Johns and Putnam counties. diverged a straight
+ change and fiu man, either white or colored, has right 'Over twelve hundred emigrant a from Scandinavia 30. and the mechanic arts, hoped to IKJ gained by of Common Schools. juring this tree. The honor of supealO'

':; rerplutJonaiy spirit: of'tho Democratic take tbo law into bis own'hand*. : Holland, England and Wales wero recently July the State, by tho* aid of those associations. A i;. JtftvleAt That wo invite all who can bet. quity, howeves', is claimed by some "

Contention; '. ,lieU in Tallahassee last received "at Cost In Garden, 'N. Y., by ,An act to transfer' suits and proceedings m committee of three 'consisting'of CJeorgo. C. ter their condition by a change of homes, and the immense and, venerable; tree uiC,
the late'courts in thii State to,tho.courts. White) George T Turner and the especially the people of our sister States to fro .
Tunis HOLDING Counr iir 4TU IJULkUT..la .- agents of the Mormons from Salt Lake City, to organ recording secretary com* Cd, California, which is supposed,
fidtafj&f J id tim determination ex- or whom they Wore consigned, and forwarded west ized under the present Constitution.. was appointed to solicit subscript ns to with their strong anna, their useful skill, and number concentric ciiclc* in the.'e

woarly, .speaker and ( );County, lit)Monday October; Bradford ,by rail. Oypr two thousand more are expected 'Jal28.! pay the initiation feo of of this association; in their accumulated wealth, and, casting their two'' thousand fire hundred and syP'i'1'

.." preaiwtiy: every 2d Monday October ; Ilalcor, 3d Monday in daily and those wU| follow the ,others. They An ac.'toorganize tho Southern Inland .Navi Agricultural and Immigration' Association fortunes with us, partake- with us tho inviting old.- ,..
Democrat present, to gation and Improvement of Honda. The Association ''will hold its attractions this section of our common _
cheered by every October b't Johns 4th Monday In October are -workmen, mechanic and agriculturist Company. next coun
-f the ; Brigham Young baa a contract for, building a July 28. regular quarterly meeting( Houston' on tho13th try, a'nd that we ass'uro to'all a cordial welcome, Several persons voonted&ni1 &

inaugurate foroe&Wa opposition to Xauau, 2d Monday after 4th Monday in October part of the Pacific railroad, and these ,poor foreigners An act to provido for holding an notion for day of October noxt. social appreciation according tu their personal to $Jifi banhmeuLau4fmprinmefl"' ,$

i t;' to )reYInt! ; Dnval, 3d Monday aflw 4th Monday in.OcUW will probably put to work upon that Representative in Congress. Five "named. worth, full protection in the enjoyment and ta for participation In, a "Snttee, 9f\| \
negroes, Morgau Smart $
expression of their opinions and in tho security burning with the body of her 4e d ) i
lile, the freedmen from voting tuid' to fr4t highway nations. August 6, Walker/Alfred McCall, Dick i Kelson and Hezo- of their opinions and home, and a friendly and contravention ot the! n ti1j1..

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t. -ute of T3 fZ13; lull TV-. i :

7: inuring dimabiIiti frunafl ctsuue ; l1uwt4to V T 1 tfitlcM *aV oc7r'li'CK : :.:;;. 11 4i1 ir .Uaa.JuiIe

11)1* jtrJtad L n diC1werbd g anety o1 jh, 1vl.r N-tlrr, cliicflv utt low j-n Jcs : uiwrfine omens Ot7.n tiwittisi.t r E1t.r .1 UglD 01 tue e.W si W. Dsp', s.of
IWt.r fifty ft hgh.C T'reeiden1i1 lLtiumif&e,,.. *< rot .V> ; ertra, fJ 7v& 11 edt ._ 'I ,diicstd a..

&hftt ,csror4iftary plamt J haw ome ate and wa cent to the !Hpuae.AViLJiiKcrrox X ; nhs.wh1ttaH.tan.tiVO.l3W..; j jCi A. M. to 6 r. M.'except 5- r, -

kuu ) 4JC.k a> wlyH" engaged Ju, tlm ..UnitedrHau | AuKiiat 7.-Thw AIiry 'arf..jd : nil Gwrgtt. fi* > % & infvej,**1 f f51 t i IWnIhy *" ,.- A. i cRTaWPNT T .
aid Hekic nJQ jan4iprjJ Surrey, few struck on New IidiJ bar :U M''.. p-iin. )esIh.. Adranriw : boud tHe. : N
Tur7xntiiu higher, M. Ji
aincr I oJ'in vatious diicctiona There atcamflm atv'lijhtcr hi.'r% i t CLO8 >& iPliysioian .
years carj. JULTIHOIIK. Au, ii't n. Coirox-)ul! i t .T> Surgeon; I :
where it grows &nd cnude the meat 5IoxT Unux Win-fit nil, 2 1k,. tt ni wtiit ,, | .- ', l; uchwi
the ivgntna iOMin\-, August ,3,-Tlic lIouM lhimurnirij "*" v. y thioUtfli 1r.stt | to Xew York, W.* ;JAVKSOXT1LLX FLORID '
t-arrfol Arawinga of many of.these plants. t 11 ia rcjct-ted the Senate bill by a vote of 13 n'iti it CORkn 4))IF LAUCA -L -
-f; WHt ALUTnwj be! *, d rlnf UM at the ttne<
> day Drug r
ndfoiidadoiigUii: Ijor.
Vtrr '
tho ( to 2 the -
''sM& -W t9 tAhe anl&1atuaso-flhimS, XOlvrarn.I \J &'1)eliet MUtef. .-
te > IkMrtwfck UBiMtle-- AItI.eeddee.ce of Mr.
eiit t r. Trfirii, Ai.qisi 8. Corn, in sr -
III which dir .r. ; tit-lk-l ;;
4411 of ja Jffgtjrr iona .iun ? the t3tato. flxtmtho Sic.: Mf*.n |i-rk hell at f J"J; lard ut 11$ Isu ,',,-. I Lnke City.GaincillYernndtna-uloridii Unilrua ,uhnT. HcfcrUt, alter si-jIn.' J '
rt thrtiqjr*4.Pit;;" parts ofIffrwTHexiVo.Arixtma JToinr ?roovicidcrrd ithVlrill and Trcsaeola tc Oconria }ta'lrottd-IAILT, 10 So., a. tt. ,80tt TMtlri at the-Hime.
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&iiI U* SUtc of Sonora ia Alcxii-o. < vote of 48 to \ JI.IrctT,1 :. .\ ,:. 1'- XiiT.il ISInres.--tfinrt, TurpeuIUneattiiiui'.l iii-nlnaml Tamps, Mo'1'ATs, TVtiM! >Ay MM riiI :-r-r'; : L ,-- JL !
by & 1 8.COLVKBIA specIally prrjwrwl
l I tent ijrn!firm tt in .
owhg4blt 'drygravfiiy LindV.: whero UIP.O i i01gdcmt it, Augunt 9Tiip Itniu'r'mntje 1 II i.'rsnie4. 2 13; Xo '., lj41,2 4ro-t; ** ,; Ce4I,1CU&TriIIfl9UTURNATi., ios a. I ;& Edwards .1C D. during the (til an>l wlnt I
sflT 1' .ertjio d.nr. | ja At &d ajpiuoa I Electoral Convention hag just r itMsUne 1'womlaywr<** rs Jnr and ShiI tsrb4s, Th TABLEd are
urnlMxt by th ) _ _
tw ()ps.i ivxJAnu. 10. -Finnii.itSterlin?, I.HUV I 7 a. ni. tby stage.)
ficDathrcr Tlic tw"l, ti' na endorse the platform, expirs I163 ; Xrw Vik >islt *, |irfmiiiin : pulJ, UK',. !' ITp this liiver, through !It. Ui-terpri*, IHT steAMer PHYSICIAN & ; Korth. Farmer tad
feet in diameter, with taanjbranebex.. gratitude to Andrew Johnson, and return ( on.Jhill : M l.l.lliiig 27SC t J k- : F.Vcs. :'-' t.uli'-i; !| l* l IlllglOII, -8l'.XDATS 8, A. 'R. JAjuJ5s. I --U1Wt Tratnivut Ruotiiur i> ICwkrt Qudtner.
In ttinfljrkeiiiTrtrvtr'W d nVMMhire inrhMof thanks to the oiliirn soldiers and sailors c lti.; 10: no epofl.| : ; -J. on rcKsonablo tcnu '. sM.iie
c JS'orth oi1 of UM MW.COTTOIT -
Flour. J82. .N5i) 91IxEraa.
-MjjH-iliiM OPFICE : 00 0 0
the-outer'rtuf| ordinary enluimiarf-acti ; who t4jsedjhiryyioijn behalf V insult(.4 and < .- Corn active; nl !.W(V.V l Oj ; ,Mlr- aciiat H i S *.Usal l.vilh *tiwrtto*sa UM
tlnA cctmn $ portion nt hard, wtmdy nuLctsnce.iff anil oTifrB &l frtcdobi. lls' -Active atf H ng.Meiuv The i hrajieM to nny, safest i,irt and of mod tlie United ospiditibiu States wa ot &a\A-tlb tJOKKKJ: WCEAS AKU !!iOAUg' 8TCBETWy. S C R E \ B -. A3OJ MCB,
is bv ?
ifpcft**** tn quality like wliitc oak 1 imbvi, On motion of General Hampton it was "!1k- Proviqns.-1'.rk active nt #tO Si( ; luM-r : U'it, :'|'Postal Af'iiH-y (inter oyctem now in openttian Bt ttts s pWt.1b
.Hoarrib, IBirtl 1 <;i/, s clrnr, I 17' !
; liiiuir. .
mjar J CXWN rit.LE 1.LA.
Lout4Utiird of the Iiamhr. ,
2.j nit ( and ovrd! That s .
(lC vrhilcmontcring our prutcat agsins lt2li: br'l, l5''k;. I IUII oflUe.i I 0
:I' '
Onlcr i.'suitl in uinounta to suit li*wr wlU ha,.the
h a hollow. t1Ia1kit Ijojoihit pun $ Zsm.rue iv-
the center ruction Acts, tc& _.
in wt rrlj Few on fame, Jit and under, lo tU.Frmn '
it t.ET"S. .I"!.O-Cotton Mi.M.'ipK: a I IJt1- : s tli l treef foftmtf.
"The:trtflt 1thont'tw6 nnd 'U half lluee iuiitM iidcntly on ecnMitntional agencies and peaceful 11 t,1Il.,.. ?*Mo50, 35 'i ; MOLXk. OOK I1OCS .

long, filled with' Tflr.V sweet pulp like that j jit measure*! alone to Anting-us flfaf relief sought 4 'A I : *. ** .* .- IJ'ustal .TK. IiatEEU, IVst M. DB; ; TU.E T. 8ABAL, The at oTf Ch rl.too. H. C.
< afl$, *A many Tefy nall shining Mnck and reforms needed. J, / .- NOTJci1.:. I_. .%. with all the f
'cdii y -he'onUide skin is not eatable. Thn The proceedings were entirely harmonious THE rrtiliu\iic .>litic4 of ZtmMalvl (1.njifir.| | D'' ffte/es. Ilotrl, has ,; pant t for Sale.

flowed J *hUe. waxjtwo and on>tJ.rch )1s.9.brlt '>n the lit an 1 5rv (> C ,. .- Over Frank Smith's Grocery atoic, id floor j .uetrd ,

diamrtor, with ft doep mylx, making ;hc 1iding to a recently reported uttcram-e of his, : 't' -rvnntliC.3' S '( ifc > \ ii ror- occurliy i ptraontii'it -Ertiag; 'Ute'foU SA.IS' LOQJoc.LinseiUi > Patent Vrtyntwt Draw Md Baner JTMltor

vtsi 4I'$ $ aM.i P' ?.1 1K ? thei ed bjr.cunm'Qond reproduced in Northern papers, in refurrncc to ciiAnr.ra I.. PLUSSKK v., Kt-r.HAI.SM..ma E.'>11.VT P.M I 1 ,l.Iiiu e1jiuu-tiuj, 'PiII.I jUbhICLtiIil1i.I jIJII$ I.a..depo-ltin-j In < Irttrn for mulling, Jmpcrs:br mlsffiit Floridq. tFeb.2d. 53--1y. | T. S. 3.'boot* .hikst'd*. Jltdnti IK*BMT. burM Uow.wnod BMIV se .i,

IheJLL I )Icxi1Uai idi8 ji.Thiscactua the Qonfcdetate flag, lie said : "This statement 1 1i LlJnt4JlI.L.. nku1Lh, 5 baIt 1 bsdtd, .,sd make. ha., -
1reA 1t& ,:- k Pt in i-ofv respect false. On the I $'.tifll-| ,. oi the TL.1NTKK3 to U crate per bushel than any tber :M

; muM have becn well known to when T rpolfe of the flag of the Confederacy contrary 1, MASONIC: j wiihiii' I'repu.riisetit ttiv Citllml by btaniijlre.l 8t&te5. ii sIIlettr,to J. D. MITCHELL, D., ; Atlanta The furniture, and >i< SE.*<<)K | I will StateexceptOeoirlallm'exchange tin *a!. t far FlerUe i r

the Ei-aninh and Mexican ptoi'le ever since the rcmarlrol that it wag now ftirlod forever, to lc !! T11K riiiiir! nu-rlinus or Htim.:tv 1..sl.1 X'i. 1"'. 1-'. full iTepnyiaeii l.y Mninim rp.uirctl OR all transientpriuir.i rur'icii: J? ASD HUUOEOJt : scription, the room | t. John' ttivwWptwvel pwJrrrtO.ae>T*r

ttlcine l of thc* rautra\-c four.4 it around buried in the grate of thn Lost Cause." I' ami A. V. M. flil.J on th. I'ir.t and Tl.ir.I) Vri-ldT '.1 ,ni.atcr foreign and douientic. hute'laM th. : to esabark hi e ptnkutrat s4 ]Mr1i>j(
the fvcrv inonlli. ( A. T,'. LA\Vs. TV. M. Uy iiuxu-tln tho County \ the Qice is Im-atrd Oflfet!at his 1brm residence, eor cr of Forsyth sad I IZCII I: bouth. in Pbrda.TIjids, Maryland er any of
the old nuwwn rttfemcntfl.IJthforiRb aeurly SEW QJU.RAVH. AugustA bill baa passed/, ft itr i I SMJ88EU, Her. \ tlBBBKlMBIViW upon nil luttriv. nianyHirrura in Hiipejsalpiioa mnyurtleti Travelers utoppinpr nt or (IuU fftatea waere weod st soil be
tfLEGAL. sea
whole lW g* **tf*)**' *ntyf>f' tmrTtt '"1 Jot 'l the House forb.dding thts formation of Military >i "BWIMBV HM< HV
had n Ter bwiQ properly d cribed or illu tratv unlHc upprr right hnn'leornrf Th- proprietor pleitgrs xa Cpu CU, )

until our partj gate attention to tho nulnert, This j is intended u* a blow at |x,litical clubs ex- tIIw th'ttticincnt, 1'Ont, uud niiirkin-j leuve, .without j tee butwetn interfering lh s Ktumpnnd with the direction willing.lor ., .j constantly forded wither supplied by t.),,' I 2O

TfT. Hofliccltural Societj Late a landscape; : islins almost ever, precinct of the city. All letter can led outside of the maiLs must be in (J.t>- I -

byjnjaelf, and Jjircsontcd th ra by our rnimnd Xlumjirii :sri'I'ic.i. Any Vh>ItioU of this law I Ifeul'jcrlH B. FULLER
naintad Northern New NOTICE. the eiurier to a tine of I lid, J. S. SWAIM T E V E ,
friend L. M. argenl, Esq., ron.prigjfir ,
lamented IS. U. .1 reyutst/nrllierrltirmnr Irltrr (.Uif icril'r,
*'A View of Magdalen TSonora," whieKtfipfrfe ) Ni\v YORK, Angnst 6.-There art several j ji "TlTIIEKKAi', my wife, Elizabeth AVoTll. lii. left niv if uticlaiui'tl within thirty days orient?, written or pnntetl -

t rrect idea of this! and other cacti, as i ilh can* of yellow! fever in the hospital ships at ; ? V 1-eil nml lioard: all prrsoui ar-. warned, not to trust vitli the wrttent name, /'Mce n g' State ncro-ii Justice of the 3eace. ,tllt 23, 25 aiic1 1 Street New Jork
or credit heron uuiy 0tit1Int, its IwiOjucj u-jd'-liti>f Uw tiM Itf)tl'juid end of the envelope im the fi.ee side, will City
in th* vicinity of that quarantine. ( ipt. Reed: from Cionfucgus, and ,
iww growing
*n tOni IItIT1 after this h'te. IH ouniplie 1 with.I Letters
y ) lieannu such rnd< I J <> > >osUe
ir eraeii
j i
I lila ofBf atI
one of his boatmen died of thn blwk vomit A LL k-usinesa pertaining to e promptly -
yes- < will !he rcttmieil to the writer \ SIVACTICI* .5
/rce of
FflJ1)EUCK WOLFF..iipi.t fntt.tgt. I I A. tended to at the office, Summer' buildIng lately j OX THE
:*! Jiarw alto' at my studio, painting whichiwta'portrait tcrday. ; 10. 1S1 $ 11LANDFOR Territorial. : occupied by A. "W. DuCostH. aug Hf j AN1.8TAflO.4Ar

of ene growiujf on the JIaiicopa 1. Anjrnst :7.-An engine and flirt freight carson TILE uTRvcs i

Suwmtain-Be. 'heUilarivpr nhowinp the plant, the Xew Haven Railroad went through the i SALE. All nialVi-r ruuvcycd by mail -westTrBrd b.yowI the | i ii I the traveling puhiic. -. !: ZOJZA'ZY

the flower and frnit, being painted of the natnral bridge at Norfolk, in consequence of the watchman !' feti-rii bdiindury ol KnnsuB, and utwaid "from the H.:: BISBEE, Jr. < to merchants and ,
eastern V'umUry of California, ejux-iit to tho businciw of
which with other western negK-Hing the signals. Six I\ TN Vohrrintwinty. nrw Nnr-fmrnnt nnJ ivilhm Iwo one liewspapi-r i part 2 TO t3* nORBH 'OW.
eeViul: .color, persons were to a Ijmui Jic iiiil>Mriber frniikcu Southern and TVe
JL iiiilcK of na i .iblr water, u tract <>iiUitit rl ai-ii-o HIM mutter, mutt bepxcp.ii'L i ATTORNEY AT TL\T: ; lern
Hcenerr I am happy to slww to any persons' injured. at leUei .itvs. ,| principal Railroad and $ Circular ant CprffM Saw JfCk, Sim

who wi h to nee them, at Xo. 8 liromfield street, UOSTOX.; FIItST-CLtSS HAMMOCK :J.AXD.) .- ira eLASe ftp i.Efllk5 &*C 'er nr. AS- 4 The 1Ilis. and alt ktM.OEM1nIa aM 11M-
3osi'i.Villitnus. Aujjubt 7.-The biis: Idiur| tioui ; "fa-. -*- *. 3*.- '."" T&atistpr- ; : rricft is IISEG'S BI.ICK, over 400 guerta--k is ry en hand and befit to nrtnr.
the new .,tablibhmentof Tlic >.,il i H aricli ctablc mould Krliii l t modern for
jrer Cienfneposjs an anchor at quaranliny,* ilhtli> uu< < with marl. Iraprorrtnetit Pull.Leather
t Erwett.-H. ('- I'zatt, Ikwton, i iii .Y. /;. /-/- yellow fever on hoard. The captain, his wife" j j aui.t l is lniinibly mlHj.tiil to Hit: growth of Hup' r-'Mnc Ui.s 1. it Litter iineliiinieil, IKUHIIiTijiii'6t, .r to retained to 1* a returned spcrined t*tlm the.vri-l- ti i JAUKS9XTJLLE, L'LtRIfrA. t of d its-prarliteU inmnl' with The ass I ,.,of Iron and Woof.wsrklr4Xa.Wa.ry.sail &ihbse -
and two seamen died on the pa sayc, and the | TRU1TB. 2. letter. for pci-H.ns who regularly call nl or send Ic 1y I prompt ami respectful- the lowest Raflrost-npIi., ---
1 mate i is still sick. Will! Nolili'liiMn) furrasli. A|ll1'l at tlii ofli" lL'>Jst-lil. yided with every itcUc j jrAtes.

Sotrnr.it?' Giuw.s.-TI&j Koutheru people ai s' Anii-t-'l If < .' .. { a. Inup and .iCt4Aflui,1lctlers' rrlnrnl twthewritna E. K. FOSTER, Jr. STEAM GAS -

h Mcirised on.the ubjactof WeateruO News. jt iiviulJiclioiulLuttcrofflee. ; The r.onid lmvm< ,
Winning; to ImTury nM J. J.etlvr direrteti to tit hotels
pereom nBdTcturnt4inmi ; are ennlileit to oflVr extra
grawcf wutid'' to their climat Many ,,' >IAIIA, August 7.-The Democratic) (Jim volition All Wanting Farrar in floridar'hrnlt tlieiicv to the ]I'ot i.niec. ATTORNEY AT !1AW..wN2. pleasure.rour gcmtt.

plantemia tt* 3t i.3Bipoa ible to grow nominated James It. Porter for Governor. j. i'. tier, whKh tb T parties M4 IIHVItlic eel't .
grea.p1an zgtioi. *** Kesolutions passed denouncing A L-GrsrIxE, ?'LA 6 ly 40-Gm. P1PFS
geMs '- were C4'ngress 0. lA'ttt.iv:utMresmil to ]lrons! kiiovm *o l.e dee..e4, ,
?. pinion. for impoi-ing negro miflrHge oa Nebraska.YOKOJI.VMA : Florida Real Estate Register. or to pi-rwiui who have rc-uiovetl to plxcf uoknortm. ') : BOILER )LVs
Men WhO havIi seen graeaos, coarse indeed, but 7. iM-tleri ,iidJrei<,,-d 't. penons who hsv r reeiofcd-. ,
within the them- ForeIii Sent to nnv 'Mic Hon it-eipt] ol & t..iinp lu pr-Iay> bill f lioi n st olllje addre,is known. -tf. ; E. M. BANDALL i i .f Br ..and Iron FUttn.iTMM, Ja_ V
flflthCiOt. growinjj po1i1t': ; I.. K. JJKWr.V A: fo.Hoeklaud Olli'jiiil( letter, lor nny Uei rtni.n* of th- sorcm-I / | > Steam sod 0.1 PUet'I
wlrflCrSwy b. xcued from-bel.cving the South Japan, July 4.- -The Statskashi july 'J I I .Jiir-ki'tin-ille, J"Ii. meiit. : I I ,I bstt swd Iarsst

incapable of producing auwe ort of prasd. family Wldl'C defeating the Southern Confodera-I 0..Cir.-iilir l/'ttem<, frto ijuikctrtvOBtalniuflncumiMitr. : ATTORNEY AT LAW .TOHN prtr u fend s.sset for Priea a I>t u .a4
K) at rts ,
A variety known as the Torrall gras has lionists at >oint. Yeddu and Yokohama iteaK> intended for lemons on Nrir I -0
every j ol d' .
'tit.tlIi 'iiiite; : Lime expected to nrritr.
bueaintrodnred in Alabama, and is very highlypokirn. wer'ngain under StaUbashi's control. Stats- ; iAcxsAArzLz.r, FLJM; I IOilI. \rARDIXO AND NEW MBAJIRKZ.f .

'It ;is sown hi the fall and grows Lashi had refused tho Tycoonate. The nflicr: Jicffish'.r Office.VMlUiiliJ .
| mi )liun.l and Inr *i l* i ii loin tn -ml.i t I y 1'S0TILL
throughout the winter. Caltlv delight in it. was then oflbred to Uomcsboro, aboj- six > ears; I Cuinlaiitly RlrlI.u:104N|| : A. r.AU.NAKl |..ltirfur any pait of the United &tate. In lhe> Uain Buildiaff.Ttay street, up klairn. 4 tf ,

UM Moottlent and eweet, and it ia believed to old, one of the three branch of the Tokugawa July 1 >If iyaiinih"? : ", On.i (',&ieila. ary at-UrHaln, Iidnn4 i'f-Jaiisj.a. ll-lland. thc UKOUKKIKH. litiw Rev1I

l gr8tTadliti0nrto( the feeding n-soun-es of family, but his f.tther refused the honor, Ithhtan4tLtt N1 OttIIe 'ftJeniii-Austrinn rtat t LIQUORS,
D8* dating
t:, I J. P.
will lju re-Rlcred
nioii, on uppb< atk lictwevn the AOBXT rout THE
: >u
thaTiotler regions of the South. that he denied the of the Mikado ( .r in.., aWW fDd.
authority to : ai cri ci hours '>f A. Jt.uude I'. M. ] I
A. U. Rct-A1
Speaking of grass reminds as of another iod- appoint the Tycoon. The Mikado is now in Ki-Kirteii.il li-ttern, to go the MIU djy, innat beetl haunt- : vrrxo3Eij>rEr3a" A.T x.A.'vr, I I June 16 of aU jte.buRt t*rde and DMUlcn Kt 4

der plant which is just now attracting much at- prison at Kiolo, and is. in charge of the High i Ii : I in I.IKJ h nr hi for-- the clo-inj of the mail.tnpn JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I raVW. -

1 en lion in middle (; oria., It is J Hiff:e' Bttt J'ricst. ': 1-

*t*, or bush clover. Like clover itself, it bc- I Climate Soil, and Productions, I .Auvi.t4-tf .1.1I | HOME EVERY KINl> OF
SAX FjtA.srisco -- -- -1. ---,- -- -------- -
natural August 4.Japanese id vices \ ; i.ltitLtcIItioiIIM! i calbil ;; I I
longs to the great,,. order, JjCguminoKu, lo the Moo OrWtu oj.-- ,
the1)efcnrrfb) ItVfjjportod.la havo made represent the season as unusually wot. Tho tea with a bkntcli ut itt .-. ;I hun an 11 ante ami t-heap method of tranrniittiD- H O. B. HART N e1 1TAOHIKERY.

er in Gworgia five or six cai s and silk markets are dull. The Tycoon has IIiPt(,. -, Natural roAliirt" Smial f 'niudt; iou,. > sum,* through the nmili' Orders arc i issu..i l In sum* 1AflINl AND
its appearance } ago } not moro titan *.Vi. I. irirerumouniHCHii b. ImnxmittM j I .A1'lUKNJY AND COUNHKLLOl: AT LAM. Pown*. Qrirt Uil ,AnietfeoMt Ir-j t.
boon nccrs&ful in his
wind it has I generally military oilration ) 10 thy Mini* "ii, at the .. tiiiv. Ia
after a aevaro storm* Sincetthen in-r i 4m' h.T 1ltinnal l or- dumlptiMi stem, a.4 for fcf at MMCOTTOK
rapidly pread over the ooantry, th4vhgbzt the ,* against the Mikado. A MANUAL tier... ; JACKSONViLLE, FLA. i Ofli&cin th L-irut-r .

hroomstidge and the IJennuda gniw, so hat -d by 1*A ills,, Alight G.-Spanuh lvkes IeIe1.'cnt or KiluUf I liilvnnatiuti, roiv-rnin;; tI.) Kv..>un &- ,ftlin 'Jtutes, will practice in the State and TTmiled Statw Courts ;! staire D.'t.2 tf S QINR

thf-ftatheru planter. It lores the shad&and that tho whole power of the Government is uecessary -j! trtnu-itli and,iiT? irhi'ti it vlh-rj t-i Ijrniigiant" t Mi i.rtlcr* mil tuvvdnii; |JO.............. ..lo< enU. ,' .0 *"* !

in the thinnest soil liar has been made Ciuiit1'ZetujO11r.LVS1fIli t >n or-lern ovr and up to ).... ... .. ...2rn .-iiT -
gnna to prevent an outbreak. vncral disquietude .
Th 1 <- niiiiii-y order irti-.r T ill IKJ oiit-n from A. 51.. to
of-which has been greedily devoured by all cxits.I.ITERI'OOL JLU: 11 T. M. JJN: :

kittdTbf tot-k. Sheep arc particularly fond of ; Viilu.-il-lr Irlti-r-t a'nould be carried to the office andnsiit.rid. r PRESSES.
it is ..Augu 6.-Mr. l>avio nrnvTid A J.I, alfi utcliiilitt| : I Kiiil nilluliIxmlil I li.ixi: .1 ; If niunry IH to l, ivmltteil, a | >ittal monev I (-/ I.A ir ft c.uo..i.er in t'NAX'kJlT.
It k said that
h. moreover, a gu-at rcnoratorof -
here lust 'r| y. I In it- i>rriMr.iti"ii, wtli..,\t n1 j order rlionld I v nbtaiiied > if njiuli points where tlterc{K \g j
jaiht. -AJSTD '
the soil-Jtflt: .jmdt, au--mT tliv iKittlilutit. til *iiiyuj'ju u.lsi..h v>ru toiitinu.UIj TB Beat
j I iw*"} IH.hr I irflKv, ihen I he k-tlrr mwuhl be. rf wtfr- I STKAM lJtXKST i I II I
() >6x, August 8.-A J-'rwiicli trading \i' -l I U-ins niii.li' nlH.nl ..nrSi.itui'l t I..JK.j !-u<-liv Inl'inii'll'' *, lliDHV xvli'i think "I < oniiii't" l''l-'li'l t t" Commissioner of Deeds LEHS, IUON GIN BYEK 34AJB
Cun ute.-Tho Japaneae plant cucumbers near the frontiers Cochin China, garrisoned by ci-it(, \\ itt !I-. niiMotii Iu iilitnin.Stlit I I j jFirtfXK
in dnlle three or four feet apart and bu 'h them twen4v.fivemen, was captured byltio I Anamnlxjs l-y iiaul lo.inj s.i.i- -. i,it i< c-ifl uf IR ;-lil- Mimcy Offices. : --FOK TUB lUKFERKlfT STATES. Kotjic, Drown, fiouta rmywi W aww
A and the entire company massacred. 1 he KI-.lHttllA. 0 o fltiatai r4
like peas, with tall brushwoyl, arching the top th ; T.. F. UliW'J.T A MJ..jnlj I j .\'Uttl:> i C'oluillbtDt. w.N bws se.ctruslr4fFzis., ; sad ail rappHn In Mice, far & .1 tte
together. IteaTe apace, avoids trampling on ; Frcm-frFsiiUwquenlly recaptured" I .i'l; t tf .Ji.-kiu-n, itl P1',r.l.i. A mi-lien*' \ Maix 1 and dicpcred the rebels. .. >n.AlU.im 1Vn putctice in nil the Btate ainl Federal Courts in
the rine in picking,and securing n uniform development Milledrille.. J.Lyt'LLM't: ,
Florida And in the Supreme Court of the United ta4es,
47 Strest
Atlaut.i; Koine. Dey Yt
of U e frnit on all sides. si coBort all claims against the TJnttcd Stitce.
Aiig'i.i&i -aitith. ----- -
'A T U. S. Marshal's Sale. XJ-AJEUS onrv.r. E'XaA.- NO. 3 --- 0

Jules Farfe has -nnearthod rich docuim-nt t'L'JHI/'A. J4-tf. I & Lot d.I.
a > _ r'5 .
', Ja.l rt'iitill- .
; .
till lie of n writ i.f \ fiWi-ini > //' .u'', t" lu.j'll-j > j -
which is cerisla to produce a great'commotion i **""' JAK os TILUC, Auy. 11, iM; UY _led and delivered. I uillwll at puhlif iti. HMD lit j Wt-t I Varruigton..II. 13. E. PERRY A : ;
in Bonaparte Qttlee. It ia a petition drawn up \VfatliT-wiltrrwitli lizht shower. Olitr K.->N Florida on Tl I IUKS1'.\Y. t hMb! l.n' t>f'i .l lit W.I. ,
in 1846, and praying King Ivonis 1'hillippo to I Unrett at 7 A. M. 80. 1Iighet i AVOUST, IHTA. at 11 t'i loek in UKtore'ioon.. th-- Mmtji I r* flAt 8 in Store nml ) j P. DEWEY) CO!
Kar Louis marlialod ': .. .. 0 j jr. mmi.- JrniirKI... b'-r l l.MIti taeLI npp>m I niwl l tiiinMin.M.EXAXliKU -. 1i.v,'. fni04y_ ATTORNEY AND COUNSEtt ,, Jlo1* Fork II -
Xajtoleon Bonapnrte 'S 9I'.M.7. MA'iltl I j lU.i: l'.r.Iiii . .. .. ... ... .... .. torgsa. Chete, Mackerel ii j --_ 0
and shot as an enemy to the peace and tran- M jm1nncn turc f.Tr the ek.I. MMr>li.il of IIIfnilv
qtility of France. Among the signers of this Th" Itaroinrtrr lm,; ranfr l from .i.UI.'i$ to JU4'N i i.Amount july td"i' I Sic Northern I Iit tiit of I'.oriU. I t '.Hut It-r. 3t' U *.URT S TtEET j! refined Jteptfa, vOU- I I $ NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT

interesting document are one of the Emperor'spresent of ruin Jiirinj: thc week A.C.1O 1 ml 1 iml<\ illi .. . ............... whfc&waoateni ;
.. .. ........ Nor &Iret I Court -of th United SMto- AW
I .1.J II. (tpivwitifii founder tb.o14nmid t&0r- Uu4iik. ..., .........Mol.il Boston MJWS. \ w v : i
Ministers one oi his cx-MiniMcr half f
ity.inciy....,.;;.. ..,.;.. ..MontjHiHiry :
a dozen ultra Ikinapartiitic members of thoCorj UST or IJE1TKKK a.lly Known hou of Cirovctlmjirt: Co.5 1ir1u,,*......... 44 2r *> Northern District i of Thr ,.

Legislatif, and Lieutennnt-Coloncl (now : .- ,, ; .. .. ...................rnkIi s. Wa
lleIMiuiI in tinJi''k: mivillftj"-. .\iuu-t 12th.ISGS. I ';IOVKSTIEN: : : I-TI.LEKA '.'.. I ot J nm K. Ifarruoa. aflr1a K.
Marshal) Canrobert. iF i.'iivii'i'i.I FINANCIAL. it
Qt '\ FJC Per Mouth may coDcrra:-Tae atxfcntxB bcr r

Afl1flton ii TurLu.U J'ime t tI ."..', Mi-t.rt f1!., X. Y.i '., '.. ....... ... ......... .Lowndi i". .f qpl IO insf Maeliine. of of Cnuilurd his wi>(winuaeBt as and swigiM State*of. Jaau s...

Tl e lnk Paeific road is I Addioon, James Thomio.n..Jhn (,rtuut.lj..... ... ...................... ,il.tiu4i.. ; FREEDMAN'S 0 standard mivhitie8 in District, who county hzit beea, adjnjrd f >l irUa,
now completed ..... .. .. low price of .*ai. a Kukrmp4
I5.on Mr Turner, J J{ PrATNoFORTEs. Holly Hpri ; .. .. own petition, by the ZMatrfct
esaxi of
<*4sin bvndrud miles west from Omaha and the NATIONAL aajd
Hry nt, AllrcJ ,ThoniMin| I3.4fM .1:1.-U"ll....Hinds.Mttilii I JC..
Central! 1'acific two hundred and fifty milce cast I Jl.init-tt, .In" W t, Jaino <' ,...., ..Iituitertlalr_ BANK S junc43m Jnlrll, 1ST 3wj OlEi.XTAmIja.o.
from JSacmmento. Both roads are being (iotlevMriP. M lwtjet-t ,. i Tlic.l. Bl new c-litlnri to our dirten i lit hlyU., ijiltiarilux | Nat'lie.. >.:.. .-.i'.:.". i..;....Adaiu*. SAVINGS I _ _
ti>x, John \V-; -P i Ihv itduiinittun uf Imtll rntii uud Jtoplilu.'. Vg j Vi'-k'p .,/i. .'..;.. .".'.-..... .Warren. I I
>rously towards Salt Lake City. <3inch. Houston Lu.!! l.i.i im-iition *]>< -uilj! >OL iul tlic<.UluiB ,f tlii- iw I'lnnu. s r- '. FAIRB j NOTICE OF APPQITMTI
i Lewis Ales Mr HcatnDennett 1 ltcivhiuicaoor uhouU be na iK-.iundil to ihitjr : :
f u.t melody lo the ear, we liavc paid gtc.it attention to i Cmtrt fa United
I MmBrUbric of State
Fox. TliumwFJoyJ Mv
\ftllC SCMM ART. selling tnetii iu u style lliut H W"ili'.l l I'V ill who I II HatMii: Ui.ni<....1::. lilt. KuU.Monroe. I f.r
Sni.irt LyId1l.4Fu4.a uji ... .. ... \ ,
)IKITC H.-OH Ihem to U- thy liiiiiiUMUi, I'i.ino-Kortr made. ., .OuiivhlUi. TRUST COliTAXT. ] District
H M lilitcli. Mm tf FlorT4.
iewa. *.
I entirely new K-, with tour inuu'l con.i-i. Natchiit'hi ; .. ... .. .NAtehkwb -0-
( $ ltNsUuugs. Tbomas tttker,.1tn. litKi-VJIy arc'hat 1es aud t.\stj rt. Ixuc ruJUy ..mtiuUcd, itii'tcontain j 1 bet la...... .. .. ... ............St. Martina.hk.im ) 0 OHARTERED BY CONORES \ AT I of A. J. T. Wright. Zeaikrspt.
.iusIoTo August 6.-The President has llarth/Albert Campbell, Mr, J M (;ia
: 'our Uitc l new ocwl"1 and ai-tioti. Thittie i ( ... ... ................ .Orleans. ]1 it may concern:-Tk* tttdenign*, kr W.J.
acoefted CommlHeioner KollinK rcfaignation Jackson, Thorn yull.. Mrs CnrolniJ'anraiir. -- mt-lo4io suit /Mid.iptability to |>assistt< of eT<-rr'; < 1j'doiias.| .. .. .. .... .. ......St. 1-aiiilrr.riiucminc I'WNCIPAL I "t>FKICfE.WAaUINGTONB.Ci 0 of huii appointment as assIgnee of .5. T.
without any remarks on conditions, which still Johi-con. Kphram.Win Mm A Tllnwiii I !I iliHliof cx s |>-ioiitfroni the s.fl't nmrim-r.' tin- Cnanndo | ...................Ibeiville.* S -, I *. f Lake City Columbia cottars,and But *f

hold. The is it Llsrt. M l Johnson, Jjtuni ami Uic FF, uivia thu portoriiu-r MTV .ail..inlue Mt. Kianein\illt:. ............ .......fV. Feliriuna j BANK IN JACKSONVILLE, FR Dutriet, who ..ha teen adtqaji a
acceptance a iss&id
mere J II Mho i eHXT
formality, MoSep, Cfu In the Nurtlierii 4lal all I'ost Office his
< nmrly arc
oftliei-niHTrt graui.l. 1'rhf ?VK). jiiiySOly) |I upon own petition, by th.- Ihstrirt eeart
aad doe not change the situation. MerwereVm ''I44flrMh4s11ar iu ,uIi.y I,rl"r 'ffii ., is located on Bay Street, here 47-tf. J C oitEzj .

There ia toft authentic information" McCormick, John IctMm Mary 0 S I( 4 ,- .. 0 .: 11, 1565 3w.
regat ding March,JI .Moore, Ur 1} A | HOUSE TO KENT.i J'oslttf/c, Depoiilo will ie received uA Drafts paid.: ,; ... -
tie Executive' intention relative to Federal in- Mjnn.o. W I: :Attack, Urn I JJlni (I "latetiw*allowed on all earns wf Fire 1tlswdiap.

forforrnoe in Ixrnitfiana anaii I Miuon. KamuH 41intknev i A in-atlj linirhe.1 deviling ll,iu--e n-itli live u-wn, IIte.iu.4ttt'; on letters to be forwarded m the luuil to ;i I wards ; but deposits ef One Dollar are recetyod.f'BitiikIourslOA.IL ssignees.
I'lunkett. \ ,1lk ROTtutr any part: of the United State* i-i Three UenU per half j jTlie to 3 K M. i I .
,.Ueneral Ktlpatrick Minister to Chili has to bLO1' OH Firsytl.o i-lreet, net! to Dr. hurtri.lgc" -
"IuieeraEvAtunrsTnips. ,..
>bin onJ $iaith, Mrs Kllen : w.L.'oAN.
leave uf aLaevoe, and returns home tho first of SlrwflrtJitcol. XI &amik. Dora Aim i i'ii.1"n'. u. J-r tiirther partwnlnrn I,. W. in-i'iii1'-HAV1.S, .it ;portage uiilclti-rs dri>pi d>iii tliit IMlk-e, lur
I 8likney.. Vf !>' Fric, Mri flatly jmnr 11 tf( Furniture room neir: di].n'. | livery in thin city, !hi One Cent per half ounce, prepaid S.
A ugist 7.-The public debt statement fchowaaajncrttuw I i Kiblry, C L / \Vryrlit, Clara IMARLVE by htain p. \ Court of &e Umte Sitf t for #9
I'unr hleU oof-nhecU TtooktiiiiiuUii.
StcvcnHon W'J Nt.wiPitlN.'Thi l l |> ,
since tho first of June of ?13,288- J I i:. II. HKKl': ''"A'1IU.U' I I Mantuai-iits. SiiniideCardii.. Vhotoirauh Curds.Card. ESTATE. St I Ij I rtAern 114nd.f Fkriia.
Hlauk Kn '
.rLaIGeUt -* Majw. Itl.tnko. Taper, UnKrarings, elIHT. -
oeanng coin interest is two ( ., tieedri, Ko()ti<, Bcioin. and printed matter, f except u : of Samuel 0. 1tow* 3aszsjt.
thenaand) tighty-eight and a quaitcr millions ; NEWS. REED & MATHER, <4n-iiliirH and bookS), will bv rated at Two cents for FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. I j A IAILT LINE it may concern :The mdnfaA hsre4y

that"bearing currency is eighty four and a half every four oiuu-i-w,or fn.etlon thereof;lxepskl by stsmps. I XX relays of horyus, I. of hia appointmaat M aanno*
million; matured but not presented cighteon JACKSONVILLE. AUGUST 1 TJ, 16'' Post Office Building.MIiilc .DoiiMu the nbove ntes will charged fur Book j 8t. Auxtuitin and of Ocab, Marion county,and Stat *f TWrUa,
i imiUkm
lTnM.-ul IJirculare, one and not exceeding three in t promptly at ; A. M. District, who ha. bMnadjadaedaBaaknat
including two bundrod and Cftj--i>ixIhpTisaniTeyjijidemuitj.bondj. >alc and IMall nuniltr, in one ciwlcpe, will hveharKud Tw* rent ; | J* F. DEWEY & CO.. petition. by the' District Cwut *C aaid
The pmomwt and that proportion for a greater numbfr,toone'uddra*, THROUGH \ : L

Cwfatil lae tz.sury is 'i Lfj'.threo and AiiK-i- s tr. I .zIp Ilaker. Fitr rerald, eaviiuiiIi, 1'repnid by KIani; .. i Real Estate -Brokers .1 C 6ZZZLT, se.
half millions a ,' _AUKHtr.. C ty IVjInt, Kin Chat lv t. Stationers $ BooksellersWlLMuxiMjoiibUiitU Canada, X ova Hcclia and cw Brunnv.-ick Six cent | connecting at ,July U,156*. Iv.
; currency in Treasury twenty- Atiif. .-Sir. 4u. A. e WWI5s, T, K. fayuf, Miurt.Atiff. I per haiti otmee,preimynient optional 'Tn cent if paid OFFICE: IX THE "UNiON I3UITJUNU," nab, Tallahassee,
six and a )iif mUlion. The Alaska purchase ; f.-Str.Thullngton, flwckF.ut'rpn.c.cIAiL j jAu luind.Htl .ci 3i ices than nt the tiflicu ol delivery. ,,
mwej floea itt enter into this Ktatcment. ,_ I on lierv in Ili .$t.ite,nil ilticlos1100KH. Nuwfo M US1. be i' ,
Thad. jnepiiil byatam] StCl'nimn .
SteTui is ..
improving. | or Itatiouicry. ; :; :- -
ytuk-K. Prussian Clorfd Mull, ii crul APplNTJCJUTT.
preKiynunt QF
The 7 -tr.Lizzk Baker, Fil? vraldl5Hi iiiwh.Auff. Mr ll.U line pao ,
nvonue receipt tda j were *:1 20,000. 7>-Prr. UHyJ'olnt.'willor.Bt.AtiWdtliK' SCHOOL JiOOh'N, Jh-., Ar. ]. optional (ierma.i States Hrpiniin Jlnil, lo ljoRIDi: AGENCY vehicles,ami w Uhrti\ <
Private advices from Alabama indicate that Aujr. 7.- -Sehr. Monteren, Onklin, New York. 4t ,eiitp, Out U),inl. |i jp than by stay oth nr tWrt a1ff-S frr-Ou**+*+ *-
rrrnr llainl.nrt by worth ISeruiun Union direct MaU!!, 10
the bifl ; : Met tFMrid
7. K* Hattt,1anstieId. Femsadlna.Augf.lclir3rilllinks
utomig tthc Legulatuu tt elect1'resij1i 4Ui{ ; 'U ,
Wintt.Jacksonville <>-ntt>, iivKiyinent| optional. Hamburg by clo.cd MailS j P achy et for
: I? ecStrt will pasb. / lIe i. i i lOii'/land, 15 cents, optional. F THK # of Wm.W. SVott. Im

Meesrs. Browning, McCulloch Schotield lir>zilN vkt Eiailaad, ccnfa, M.U8T. be .prepaid. .by livroL! &. / It may ccnoeniv-.Th. undenyn MInr
'Nw1RUG i.- j .of his asiinie ,.tt'.
K'arts and Mr. Hunter STORE rti-.mi NEW ENGLANp appolntmeM as *of IT*
as Scward'a
proxy, Markets.Prsjsrol PorPasssceapp& in Alacaoa. cmntr.ai ut of
Ir.Lhls VII American 1'ncket, i'J! CJeli month frnrn j
were in the Cabmcf meeting to-daj They hadThC1CCflUeComnnibsion. New York, 10 cent ; M UrfT be r.-pald. liouse;" And ia 8t? said district.wto La. besa a.t4 s
Fl'll TIUiT-
a Uong 4 d Uae acnion.k1Z,4q I j j.rthe rios lg H'tfliaiiti f e.JAgNVILLE (',.uti.U OftAN AM' VIHK Italy, vli cloMMfJIalV{2 cents, optional. Emigrant Aid Company, 16-tf. : upon. his owm petixfoo, fry tke.)-
( OPCW1tCflI8Iied.S1FPeiOpes AaciajsMev
..c&Qdiljlt what rwrfts VLula.ak J.4 Cz3O7YII.L3, JP J. Jet7 U, IM*, tw
his not yet ACOL-ST 12, IV;*. f\H. II. UOniNSyX lsiis u .
Uanipired.. It is stated tHat the Secret of JL/ and IJetail Urug Store at the aliove iiaiii'ilan Flitr Upon all letter and official size envelopes, there will -

war, by order of r/erident will issue ary circular I 'l ha- n new ami well assorted tock ofDrugsMedlcines be printed across the eml, without additional charge, PIXWLL NOTICB OF APP I1TMT
a Ciiss > the iiiimec, Imainerts and I'oHt-odtcv Address of partten.
order coverim/ih* ntJrc ground of State Northern White, |*rbu. full weight *1 W) *fl f'i &Perfumery I and a re(1u,4t| to return if unclaimed within a ifirca 49 Tremomt Stnct, BoetoB, assaohiuellc. t .

Uor nnn requiring ,GoVwnmcnt and Tenneww WhiU- ,. time -the whole not to exceed four lines-when ordered T. TOBVUBH EecrtUry. .nrt tflke United SMnf.- th. JTtr
*. ... & ">
this will dispose of an nch that of Mixed Wi slow ,
request as j Southern-
Governor iKilitiluil. J'rwcriplioiw j put tip willi car- tALL Kpeeilio-demomlnation. ] Florida Agency :
AVartnouthJ I Fi.ovaHblxNihtFaMUy- AinonKthe advantage S"cured to the public Ity th. \ .f Walter U. Tint. Hojiknyt.
action mill be taken in the In- ,..per Mil. : HOUliS, DAY OU NIU1IT.( use of etani Ped envelope an : it may concern '-Tt -aajenn.! fcf bv
terna.l lUvenue ,regard to i; Nortlicrn brand........... |? (u 1$ VU First-Cheapness. Bay Stiset, (IJaI.a BuiMiag), JacksonTille, Fht.KDWAltD | of his sppoInti.sM'...ga..e Walter

J Comnnssionerahip, until after TennewiMt nn.1 Georgia. "" I,* 1K Ot .HUT the store i b i-lomil nt night, |tTM.iis ilpirinHidkiiitiS Second-Security to correspondence .in Uii.-that \ of fenunOhM.K.aM eowtty, *4 Iftot* al
i Extre. winter m-iieat,. will IIJIBing? I t he Mump cannot be removed nor lost. U. CHBNBT, it.1KOPBIETOB5 avid JMstrkC who has bw. aJJadcW
i ................. '
tad t4iiacrIne. hte
protongid intcrrk-W with Third -Where a request endorsed for the return Jof upon ewm petition/ tke DUtrirteuvn
The Prident OAT -Full weight 6w 32 Ibnkii inc.) thy Night Bell, :i Id let, it will not be isud to the Deo Letter Ofilcc In : OF LANDS, Weekly .
A. regarding Mexican aflairs. i tJksIWCItTfl...................... > the event of its non-delivery, but will be returned directto 0 j 4L
W. Wwk relive* General Kili>*trick as I flAy- and they will get i>rouii>l attcutiuii.i the writer freeof podtarc. in Florida, la large or mail pareela, wisbins BIM purchasers < i. July, 11, Ian tw .
t'hiliiin Minister. I Kastrrn,.percwt" (' i -. --x. It. J>r. rliion i i waduiilf ,,Ihc i liii: i-rrily Ti.e iotao nit Ktumiiea envelopes spoiled In direct- or settlers for the.sae can apply at ;this fflcf

The Ulief iii current that the Cabinet has do- I'M < l : of IVnn I and lo Ihvcilixviik of J.avksonihl' lieen nuiil and that
bent the misdirection
fursi-ou nvvsr by
**" fc mterture- Southern Htatus only in Flue stamlard......... ............. 23 t nud riiyMcian vkinity. July 1 1 tf ou-iirred at the place whom the redemption aotuiilly is- Persons residing.ut of the flUle who may desire iuformatiaa tort tf ft* Umttd Shun Lv

TS1 w palpable insurrection. J>ntail* will i UACOXoJduro .. claimed. I n ii'i (also U any envelope t* be redeemed at or advice aa to the purchase,sale or settlement Is Jr
Iranaptre in salt, (uoi1uottiots") tho po t oBice. lo whiuh It in directed of lands In Florida,with a View to emitfratiiuc to this ) -dMfr
en Monday, A .... (it founder of the old ,nn-1 livor.ilily ; / Fbrt'J
smoked, (good bright) & J. II. tr jy.st..cmi,
Ciy The jiublio aro requested to inattention State for the of investing capital safely and
****HMai> ....... < Co.uuovESL'EEN report any purpose
lt, of c
ean.. of Governor Wannoth's staff Cum1siLiid ili.ldlraiu '* ki.ciwn liiniMC Oroywileoii
ofthe of I. F. ,
l >tl on the part employees of the ofllce, or tiilure profitably, can apply to the Company in Boston,er D. rey. Banknrpt. ?.

>" tpnflned hinurtf in his IklIstm, IhUC in Hi" rceeipt or delivery( mail matter to this AadreaaJEOPARD It tnda i beeeLv
repifiuehtationa repeiiing post may wnoern: The BM
aux LopUiana to au- IuI'b'il 5ides, smoked.............. mainly .tho c&c 3Uhbeit Rides, nnokrd.A M .-.4 J3) fo FLA JacksonTtUe >
.l utaL
> .MBi GMMef
wonbea. fo removed to Ihrir esonty-
whom lie was sent. In general ;4I5tI4L5,Bi amok l-.i\iaafe, <(* to- aaU DUtrk-t who naa been ad>Jfea*

VQYeTtWn, while rcpre.entiag tho situation as Short U* 4e. uluon ku' onp. itloo,-by the Kbtriet Cmrt

no** and requiring prompt attention from the I IP'Twmaent ': L = Th 0'I.'dka N ew Warerooms, JOBPRINTINIF RF4AL ESTATE AGENCY. Ew j"E I r ? : ,.hue- 11,. U0.J C OXtLX*ar .

he draws milder jucture i.faBJurs (Done In snsrkr.)
>5 Morcur ititct, New Yuak.PLANO .
n naome othors lately front 'e v Orleans have ; I'll me- l,inan.l. 1IE UNJBMIOWJO HAS FOE SALE, LOW, XOTJCE.OP JOTp NTinarr
** He Hump I .1. mud on liberal flMalIOJLCTbP Lsiiln ,. .
rencral i
of (
ana other ,apwtks very kindly flENAMks. FQRTES. (iF yjjL ,DSCILll'TION iUN T thu vkinity of Jackon iU !"*4ebnwhero'tB Last l- Cmart of tiu. Xfotbtl SUt* .jtr G*
rominent Contideratea' hoe- -
ex Our in.ut.-l, U iv.sent,J* no 4ull thnt il will not jintity lda aaU'sTi S -w fl iit distract-
> I'lanoFortcatlironthoiit
Uly of their probablo atlitudo and a355YIfl reto | Of would tin-re flt great hIwieiiM'in the demand for our it ViM\ attend to buying and selling Lands and fr Northern fl'Jtri&i.
.ny.I.1initequot'tio* gn n.- any
'*Uos I Hie ouato have compelled| urn to extend ; I.ols, cn the most teaaonable terms. of John K.JRhtoeiu3akrwft,
pablja order.ecitnz 1 UooiixtdiTaWe n thotuaikwt, although held by nxfulardivlpni ourilanufuctnrinirfi tllitleto three hues their former Thc'Union JQ e.
C. L. BUB1N8OS. It may ceaeera>-Tbe> Meniaed:fcereiy
leives for Mexico the iniJdlu, of 1 demand alow. !lw,and Itavtotg aiUod uuuijMM'W iuiprovuiMniiii iu i'auutactorlnjr November 8 U .t than any ot hie ppon.tneAt'a* axlynae af Jelm
September.L.Deane'baJ. 1 Our Corn market, at present, M below ho Aavnuimli ,'we1 *h ir vontisiun to'Lee' our prices the 42 ; _.,. .. ..-.i. i f r S :..1.1M22L'1 1867. *Lake Ouhnnbis) y.
Cityr eeaMy;14 Mate of
quotation; 'wutth In i4a'annsli *I 40. alm have been, the lowest of lint-
same $5 y seld vIse haa Wea
; an interview Ui'u morning Our lktooa and 1'ork market is dull, very little doing, tin* ptano-Eortemaker.bat tcitoue third, and wercBucctfnlly GE GUIDE.Yuuqg's .u li We wa petttioo, adjadfed a
6t'en.SchofiQld, and wilt, have a definite us mod planter t>uppli"d themnelvca ui curly kumincr. ioHcit by parlies about purthi iiit{ UMU- aposi. O JrAz.ewutt.
.**$* regarding hi* 0us, on on Mondays It Fine lots of Mtw. art h.-ld at,f 32, however some transactions 1.uisno with )l otlK-r mnkew. July_:30 >ly Great Fbyaological Work, T rery one Ins BLANKS FOR SALE ,June U,186Sw
are mode for )U' )#qter,- Ucinj a Private. Instro4 for Var-
'fuuleratood that while tho Government con- n* )n, thiuiumoki.l linns take the nreferplico, nod forson br thoe about tomarry, both male Mid female -
1515:5: situation as.on 'of' 'delicacy and ri- ai mt-butMltUitol : we tiveosnltisut1.k4a in everything concernIng the phyaioletry and relations V .'*>' .i NOTICE 4)PIAff OITWT
km PW *c VMcth.k i Oklg of sexual and the Production 1'reventiou'
M *JMK our system or -
'lmrtng ,
; ita
S l.r gmt diacrbtMih. it will uso lowers | >a lln |>rcfcrretojrot1liernbrandi|. 'ritE iclwvjuer Yacht"FLliT- tlve tans N. M., f oQspHo, inchidlnsaU; 'tho-aew dbicnTcries DEEPS 'HAVING" ouri
IheUonatitulion,the laws to rcpr *swith'proniptiirf thr U"f to*if rUiUed. s4 aomo,*wclian&l Joti IHIe hthlt at Ngss&U Jti t)Cfl,of Ibo be,.t mulct)*!*; thornuh- never before given In the English language, by William y r1r- 1ti j 0

; and, rigor.t hand* afrtSi per ount bt tno.fIyr4 11i.. lannil Ia saul w, rt xin ,'anchorn, rabbi, watur ciikk,' Young, M. li. This U really a valuable and JnUwitW rBJLLy OF LADING, Northern Dm. .jITZoidg._

llu ineM jciierallj-very dull. ibTiTfurniturB, *w, complete I hua juiiit relunwd from work. Itifwrltunjre plaaan{ | T e to-'lfejjiwnenJ .- -
tb.ark e Wa. ._ ,* -.-- ; --1 a voyage to Key ..Wed r eam ba.Btcu at Hlrvens' ship leader, and (a illustrated with upwards of one hundred APPLICATIONSTOR 'i'rr 7 ef A. H.Johnma dt Ce
yard. ForjKVnrjrWd fUrtliw Wtir* lo'DUTIES rtiirravings. All young married people, or thoae cot.- It may coaoera-b aai5siga Iie
. .TLI.TA( August G.-iTho election$ of'3tato Doinetu f.avcet pyly tem plating marriage, and having the leant Impediment ?. hl, npaobttasevt is >i irnn of A., if
< c r fhe.cntirekpUbli I : i4il.4gr ; :, to married life,should rend this book. It dUctoso secret 0 UO IESTEADS, NI1i & fc Oes of -MIeano 7 AbetaK. -
'- that every one should be acquainted with. Still itin wltfeta aU.Oictrkawha i-Z'lmm.'
SAVAXAU. AuguO. 10-C -m x.-'llic reoi-lp" t tu-diX a book) ,that must be locked up, and not He about the S K" AND LEGAL BLANKS Bankrupt* npoa.tbctr -
A bill woa pramtod to-day for an tdection of amount to 1 Unte. ,1 Ulonlca for alo at this hotub., it will be sent to any cue on the receipt ef Fifty 'kl W' ; MkldjiSiTTJ-

lazmd atkoritieri for Augtinta,to Tplinvti o 'ua. Mijlist lO-FsAiiCiAL.-1IOiIY: U in- conts. Addras Dr: WN. Yowo.lfo. 418 Hpraoo atnwt, ). t'OK SALE AT THIS OFF ICE. I' r thepw, C RILiTiy
All nhippen ahonld have thtm., Is 11MI1; .
p'eett Jlflitry'&lntees. "* M OToaCjddimaod f but readily rm>t at 3cA5; prime paperf .UfllC5h above Fourth, Philadelphia. Wr4 ,

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JTbo following. .)i a. coppcjod,.list, uf thtpcirmnonti a. 4sMaty-Judge-JQhn W R
n8 *ad cotiflnnea to data:, Clerk, John P&isbley. I l : UNITED STAT18
Sheriff; RidlardnllDLP1 take this netbod UforauM our Mono in the .. '1 PROVISIONS -MAIL. '
CABINET: Assessor, It' T I interior and the jJUblh r-nwmily, that w. have For Pal atka ;:East-
JSta*<-*' ry .,o'Stole--- > 1 Collector, Warren S Roberts. formed a copntBenhip under Ute name L of 'o 4 i IC

_{ Gtrw.rwl BANTA. ROSA. ;j. pBRiii .W ''Ob. STAPLE DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES ; AXDZ.IQUO.KS. tTlscduThro ArM.4Rr. DtBZM..y." ,.ttfiJUI.,
Cotnptrvlltr-ROBERT H. QAM.I..Th.iurer8. County Judge- Henry Bashnvll. : LU7 "Mq
_, / : .
B. COXOVER. I Clerk, E. It. Riley: to do a OeaenU Oo ramlBsoa! D1.. J-1 r 1I I r .A1- rzceL.r. 'F .'.v

"i'! ..GerttrnI'aux W. WBBSTEX. Sheriff; John W. Butler. .T. r. Buc.".,.!late of BellTillr, Flortda.I I, .. f ',II"
.s.iVi 1 e1-.c. T.CAUE.. Cnu.I rJamOllltCrearr. t I :E. M. FKILEKII,from Qulncr, Florida. -

D.I Collector, J.,'V. Butlr. t Eira To-lfcwr J R Harrl & Bro..J T.&epr?, tWc : a.1s'a.n.d Q2ce' ;
.ftljettmt.Cttttrtll-Oao.OB ,. Eq.,J L UeFtflin Mcetri. !.1
I : : Svxi& '. Darktoa It LoweQaUicr ; :
CoNftnoNer f 1mmptioi.r4.! E. Av4x. ; Measr*.Xnnroe Uaige*Uon Geo. Dau\cJ., I t.
I County Judge, A J Cassidr. Tallahaisee; bomnel 1 ule ton, Monticello'j' Bufua : : Y .1 JOHN CLARK .
I Clerk W 'y Cassady. Diction Madioon 1 D M Jackson, .
1it.'J'UEU COVET: POlhlU'l -
ii Co,Bellrill; B U Monroe,Eta.'Lake City : ,
Cltiff-Suttitx-EDWIX M. RAMLL.48ociateL8 j Sheriff, Akin Stivender. George Powell A J Pothill, EIq'..' JAke Jtwiup,1''. ; MANILA AND TARRED ROPE THZ NEW AND LXO AXT rrLizzie. :
."J>." WEffTCOTT, 0. 11. UAKT.3rd r Or.1 C Lee. Order enclosing Cub will reccfrtf-protaptaneftUon : I BAY '., JACKSONVILLE, IAfJ-'
Collector, R B Lee. Strict attention given to the ale of i "
I' ,
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*"' "CIKCVIT COXTHT- : ST. JOHNS. All Kinds icturi.tJy'PFoMce.Ve tANCHORS HAS JC.XT IlleElTlp ,',
let Judicial Circuit-Homer O.'Tlantz. County Judge, Nathan D Benedict. -- ', a

-M'' II' ""It" (not appointed.) Clerk, David R Dunham. \ will in a few days open ,fine T stork of good, consisting XND CHAINS One of the JIIJTJS UZJJfj
: > i '* '. Thomas Lon. Sheriff, U Hernandez. of Pry Goods list and Cnrm", Boot nnd Blioei., LargestAND Will leave "
Baddlny, -c.. &C.,which we will I reziarljr for Uw *. ,. .
Assessor Andrew Anderson. .
4th. AC A. A. Knight. -. ; "- ne.idy morning at 9 of :k. 3etwaia. _
6th c. J. U. Gosa.Cth Collector,John O Long.TAYLOR.. SADDLERY Jacksonville every Saturday iMndmr.0.
,: Sell at Cost, ITerJ' -'or.. "lftat .
u ..
fool vointod.
) I BEST SunJay mon D .
th" "c.' John Price. County Judge Allen O. Quinn. in order to change our businon- SELECTEDSTOCK for1' hisrie aDft airy alate .
Clork Charles F O'Harra. J. BKACEWELL fe COt n' _.

STATE ATTOBJflYS: Sheriff, H Wilder. I _23_tf : U ion Building,JackiOnTineTla.._ SEA ISL AND BAGGING AND TWINS) ; team for packet freight wharf er pwM or jrr to,.'' atVLAOJ1ORLN tle.; '.J
let Judicial r rcnIt-rDWitt.. C, Dawkioi. Assessor, Alderman Simmons. 4*. I ASSIGNEES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT ._ ctnnx..ur.; .
.c iT1.' Collector Wm. Merritt.YOLVSIA.
!d (not appointed. Arn"at
3rd Joh A. Warrock.4th ) I District Court of the United Siatafor the Paints and Oils of tdl Hinds ; Of the above Articles ever brought to Ms M.rk.-t, -V- DIBBLE, Agsnt'I IS

/' HKFoator.th County Judge, James PreratL.
Northern district of 17or coJsIsTico or
-** J. W. Culpcppt'r.6th. Clerk, Hilton Ii Daniels. n.I ; sAIL
(not appointed.) Sheriff, Alonzo A lIo't.I I In the matter of James E. Young. Bankrupt. Teas CJoffccs Sugars, Cigars, Tobacco, U. ROUTFCAPTAIN -
Assessor,John H Mollison. To whom it may concern:-The undersigned hereby Tar Pitch and
7th" Oscar JlartOFFICER Turpentine Soaps Candles Yeast _
I fives notice of appointment assignee of James 0. ; Powders
Wm. Mincbew.WAIVLLA..
Collector, Young of Lake City, Columbia county and State er Syrups, Vinegars. Starch &c.
OOCI''ty *!. }Florida within said District who baa been adjudged a ,
... County Judge, Bankrupt upon his own petition,by the District court of

ALAcu .. ; II Clork, W W Walker. aid Jacksonville district. ,.Tune 27, 1808 J C QREELEY.Sw Assignee. Leather Belting and Steam Packing ; Raisins, Salt, Lard Oil, Kerosene Oil,

County JuJge, UJcnkins, Jr. Sheriff Noah Posey. Molasses, &c., &c.

Sheriff Goo. L. Barnes. Collector, W G Robinson. WOODEN WAKE ANI WILLOW WAKE.'

Assessor, i ,. i I WALTON. District" Court of the United States for th* Corn, Flour Bacon, Pork, Butter,Lards, DARL'INGTO.< .

Collector, John E. Hicks.BRADFORD.. '. County Judge, John Newton _- Northern District of Florida. ltcant Vessel and Mill supplies ; Ship Chandlery in all its Cheese, Mackerel, Hams, Monl, JACOB BROCX,

1 Clerk John I Campbell. :Hominy, Beans, Rice,
been thor
Counly-Judgc, Wna.. W. ililie... :1\ ". ,'1 Sheriff Samuel Rutan. I Ju the matter er Ramon Canova. Bankrupt. branches ; Boe &c., &c. HAVING route betveta qbl7reSu.d.JtckMmvlU I. .aW ,

Clerk! B E Tucker. V I Assessor, :Finlay McCaskilJ.I gives To whom notice of It may appointment concern:as-The assignee undersigned of Itamon hereby Ca- CHARLES A. FAIRCHILD prise,stopping at aU intermediate poiato. lvtaJi.
Francu.M .Weeks.Assoesgr Collector Samuel Rntan. I ao TUle every Sunday morn tag aft .'.. .
Sheriff; I nova, of Volnsia, volusia county, and State of Florida, Vi
Richard L Ilolloway. .. j W'ASRIXGTOX.j within said District,who has been adjudged a Bankrupt Condensed Milk, Buckwheat Flour, o'clack Monday I'JlltBnjf.If. Returning 4 o'clock mrrinrng at Zeuipss,$

Collector, Isham Brown. j County Judge, John J .Tones. trict.upon his own petition, by J.the C. District QKKELEY Court, Assignee.of aaid dis Reed's Block, Bay Street, Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Pickles, nesday morning 3 o'clock,IVatka lea Thvnday Bat.rpyj..r MftIII'.

,,, B. ... ; Clerk, J B Carroll. I Jacksonville .July 2J, K68. 3w Canned Fruits and Vegetable o'eteck.Will arriTlng at Jaekjonrille I .'etoe 1'.). -
-Clerk, Franklin Smith.B..UtEK.. Sheriff \V B Owen. JACKSONVILLE. aisomak.reguIa trIps I.J ..
I 5ly. of all kinds. DAY letriDf JackMnrffle, at 8 A. 1C- .
Assessor, E P Melvin. ASSIGNEES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENTDistrict JOHN cusr, .ta-\
County Judge, J E Townsend. Collector, W B 0 won. Jnfy 7-tf Vfrfft Wharf;Jack*** .'
Cl rk, George W Fraricr. Court of the United States, for the 'FRESH-SUPPLIES.: A LARGE; ASSORTMENT OF -. -ti t' -
Sheriff Thomas Leddy.
Assessor,r, Irwin J.'Roberta..Collector t ASSIGNEES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT Northern district of Florida.In ooden Ware .

Thomas J Groen. the A'ortkcm the matter of R. C.;Martin. :ankrnpt.To ,
United States
j1J.fricl Court (.ftfic ,for THE NEW
C LHOU .., whom it may concern :-The undersigned herebygives t SPLENDID 8TZJLM1&&
District of Florida. notice of hut appointment as assignee of It. C.
County Judge, J L Cotneford I I Martin of Lake City Columbia county and State of COYI.tl"G of
Clerk, \Vm. Clark. i II In the mutter Walter II. Hunt. Bankrupt. Florida within said District,,who has been adjudged & Pace
1 To whom it concern --The undersigned hereby a Bankrupt his the District' Baya BUCKETS
W may upon own petition by I TUBS, BROOMS: &e.
Sheriff, Jas. Yearly.Assessor civps notice of his appointment an assignee of Walter Court of ad! district. M
L Nobles. j j. II. Hunt of Fcrnandina. Nassau county, and Suite ofi J. C. ailKELEY, A.ignee. -
CoJl ctor"Jiw4AViYcaHJ\ i / Ii Florida-witbin said Dist. ct."I'bo has been adjudged Jacksonville, July 11, 186M 3w CORY MILLS ORTTB HOES PLANTATION 1
: a Bankrupt upon his own petition,l>y the District courtof I HOg,. OARPEN HOE 4.
CLAY. -- -- -' -

County Judge, JOriah Bnddington. Mid Di.Itrict.J.. C. GUEKLEV, Assignee. now in Store and are landing por Schooners "TICKSBUHG," and "SIIEI rAN," aAT I..

Clork Sheriff;B John McRea.W Sullivan. j I 1 JecUoiiTille, July, 11, -1SG8_3w GREAT BARGAINS HAVE; New York, an excellent assortment of Stone Jars and Jugs. Capt. GEO:,MANSHELD, -

, Assess* B C Carter.BlitchCoiUM .,' ; ASSIGNEES NOTICE 8F APPOINTMENT ;-. ",0_ SLAGER; GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, POWDER, SHOT AND LEAD 11:1.with hri1= < .a the thy. S51id I

"' Collector, Elijah, J District Court of the United State, for the 8E3lIWUXLY'

)IA. General Commission Merchant, Consisting in part of CofFee, Sugar, Butter, I.rd, Ch'-csp, Crackers, Rice Hominy, Meal, Flour Full Assortment of Seine and Net Twin 8b. will leave JackmtTiU renr WUma&AT
Day. Xorllicm district Florida.
County Judge,, $, of Pork, Bacon, &c., &c, Collin's Axes,50 No. 10 Hough,Store HORSING at>o'clock.1"a1atb TXrCXtDATiMM
Clerk, Henry P Eastoni In tue matler of L. F.Dcwey. Bankrnpt. I No. 1 Hoeg'fl Block Bay St., and Wharf Truck, Wheelbarrows lug at 1 o'clock,will;arriTio at Eaterprile at''17'returning P
Sheriff, Benj. JlcFarland. To whom it may concern:-The undersigned hereby leave Enterpriw every VCVOAT #
Assessor, C B King. gives notice of his appointment as assignee I of L. >. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Te ge-tb.er witb. and Grindstones injr at S o'clock; FaUtka ever, MOSDAT mnSTa
l>cwey, of Jacksonville Duval county, and State of 7 o'clock arriving at Jtekwmrtll at t.t'lltnt Jlt_
Collector, Jacob C Moore. I Honda within raid District who has been adjudged a 0FT"U :- 40 KEGS OF NAILS.1AE:2S' in time to connect with the Tri for Iaftft. net.RTi5 ..
and wants such as Ploughs, Ploughlincs. Hamcs, Collars, Ho Powder '
DUVAU Unnkrupt upon bis own petition by the District Court my old friend and the public generally 1 would Farmers Housekeepers -
County Judge, A "NV )lcJJC n. of said district. J C GltEELEV Ae1gnve.JackonihIe J- announce that I am now opening and constantly ro.ceiving and Shot, Nails, Solves, Ovens, Spiders, :. _For further i inJurmation apply 2.JOIN*
Clerk, Chas. L Mather. i .June 11, 18C8 Sw _. a complete and select stock of : $ Pure Xj>e WJ11SJCJST. CUB,
-r"L' =-- :: 7-:: = i-tf.
Sheriff; James J Holland. T i DRY GOODS TJJXr. AR.E: cf c. aQc A.fI
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I Assessor, S N Williams. READY-MADE CLOTHING, And a full Assortment of Liquors

Collector 0 Thompson.BADE. j' JOBPRINTIE GROCERIES HARD-W..IU;, of all kinds.
QUEENS-WARE, ALSOLiquors Also other Articles too numerous to Watches Jew Iy.. -

,t,1ziit.iuago: Geo.JJ. PhillilESCAUBIA. *. '.' I BOOTS & SHOES, mention all of which will he sold

I HATS & CAPS, by the case and barrel, which they propose telling at Wholesale and Retail, and as low for cash. GEO. A. PECK
County Judge, Wm. Kirk. I ,
Clerk: Kollin A. Stearns. VALISES, b. Wholesale and Retail. WATCH-MAKES. AXD
Sheriff George E. Wcntworth. and in fact everyUiiug kept in aFirstClass cEIBiAP IF 3STOT ciii ,

John Varnum. .- --- .---- --- -- .-- .--- S
Col1 Assessor ctoi,. A7B., Tutnatn. IP & !1. Store.My Than any other Establishment in the City. JIVE THEM A CALL AT THE CORNER AD Jzwnar'l-

hi au1 tot 'FR.1L1s..' goods have been bought with special rcJcrrncc to JOINING THE MARKET.Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE j

- County Judge, John D Atkins. the interests of customers, and embrace as good an assortment Fla., Deo. 22sin.crc THE COTTON PLANT
Thomas 0 Connor as there Is to lie found in this market .. .-, .- .- -
Clerk -
CIT*I respectfully ask aa examination: of my sto'k.

Ii' tSberfff- I --0- -26tf. ___ __ _. -
Abdossor, John F lienezeta I -

Collector, George-Redgatc.GADSDEX. PA.IJXrTS I
County Judge, J E A nit,..i.ltJll.. loll I iI iI I i ..

Clerk,.lUAwsrt Jones. i PLANTERS AND OTHERS. ,! j J
Sheriff; Charles L Williams.Aeseesor !, t ,. .. iI
Wm.Mcllao f THE Orafton Mineral mt Coinoany, now manufac ,: I
Collector,'%%': R. Random. \ i ;the Best Cheapest and most Durable I'alnt I I
Is in use; two coats well put on, mixed with]>nrc 1.ln..ed
Oil, F OR I I

County udge-- I ._. Will Last 10 15 "
i or Years ; ,
Clerk, John A Vaughn. : I

Assessor Jas. ESykca. THE I It ii of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color and S ,I Ii I
Collector, George W Piltuian.UEEXAXDO. can be changed to green,lead fctone,drab,olive orcream.\\ i TTLEPIc constantly on hand. wrO ;eleet.4 steeL t
* 1 to suit the taste of the consumer. It U "- i .11 line Watches and ,Jewelry an I -all other mt.
Barns }Fences Carriage and Car-makers Pails and usually kept by the t..ley which he elf-n to The psia
County Judge, Samuel .:. Wooden-ware, Agricultural Implements, Canal floats '. I at reduced prieer.VI .
( N S McXinn. I
Sheriff, W''Smith. 3PRINTING,0 JE3 4 i 15 THE BESTLIGHTWOOD ALSO !

Assessor, E J Bowdcn. Canvos Metal and shingle Roof, cit I being Fire und
+ Collector, M M Edwards Water proof Floor Oil Cloths, (one Manufacturer bar : ERT
ing used 5000 bbls. the past year.)and as a paint for any
HAMILTON. I OFFICEis purpose Is unsurpassed for body durability, elasticity, STA TI USER 1',

County Judge J W Childs. and adhesiveness. 1 bhl.will supply a planter for yours _. SEWLYO MACMNXS, _
.Clerk, W R Tnten. tho most complete and extensive to come. --- -- --- -- ------ -- - i A If A 1'AKIETY OF OTHER JJUICL $.

. Sheriff, Dnval Selph. establishment in this city. In WARRANTED. IN ALL, CASES, BERCKMAN'S All kinds of repairing done at short Dice'M .- HlLLSBOROGH. printing p t warranted. At the old stand of C. IX Oat Oesn

County Judge, Wm. Lee Avthor addition to our i as abov. (. Send for a circular which gives full particular L. ROBINSON STOVE rtreet.-- -A.M.Reed's fIinL'7": I-tI
None genuine unless branded
Mather P. in trade mark FRUIT NURSERIESAUGUSTA
Clerk, Lyons. Grafton Mineral Taint. Add '
Assossor, J&mesfl. Hay. Gordon's Improved Job Press JIT.. H. MAXEY. WM. GROTHE
:1 Collector, B C Loonardi. 22 may 6 3m Jacksonville. Fla.u IN THE SOUTH. ,

: JACKSON. ______ ___. ._ __. Corner of Bay & Ocean Streets, GEORGIA.
4 (the only one in this city) which enablesus Ill C. L. ROBINSON. WATCH-MAKER

; Clerk County John Judge L, W Finlayson.J Parman. ib executo the finer descriptions of FLORIDA AGENCY _. __ __ __ -_'_ I kd XEXT TO .utCIlWAT1
dispatch ,
Sheriff John W King. JOB WORK, with NATIONAL hu o. hand l, ul will alI!! at the I

Assessor, Wm. B Lacy. we have recently procured a TUBES, rr.AXT8 AND GRAPE cnrrnfas- J. J. HOLLAND II I IN HAIJTRIDGE'S Btq .ic, BAT: IUzm

Collector,Homer Brync.JEFFERSON.. .

HOE'S RAinWAY PBESS, FREEDMAN'S LOWEST POSSMLE RATES, Choice Tanetitt. Jacksonville, Fla.R .
Connty Judge, A B GnimtrelLCmk f VEALU.Ixo TEACH TREES BUDDED IrON ESPECTFULLT informs the- .1 ".
Robert Meachazn.t : of _I_ _native seedling stocks. yUle and Ticinity,that h< ha retunM4 a .c .
Sheriff J 'V PowelL acknowledged to bo the best style rders tiolicited and fiJIe.1 at list price opened hU place of busineoi as ahoy*. .
'AH McCann. Power Press in use, and are now pre AN STOVES Catalogues Mr.O.will be happy to reeeirtf the "'pahrmaf* .f _
Collector, ? furnished.EOBT. -. oM friends and as many new oae a*wvfc t*.turnvatches tM9
Assessor, J u. 1>. Morris. I pared to execute. all kinds ofi\ _, TRUST COMPANY. C. LOWRY, carefully repaired and guaranteed&at b.pm
e -., LtnEl1T\ I !:,-tf. Agent for Florida, Jacksonville, lln.AdvortiMcmenU .. Jt:1 that with his experience: a practical TValttutate.
WiNDOWS AXO ])UOIt. WOOUKN-WAKK, the bk4 forty in this aM .
._ I I years country Zr.p.,ka
County Judge John W Hortford.Clerk CHARTERED: ACT OV C0flESs.ORi'4Rs. ; -- ---- i I be able to give full Btisfactioa.to ali vk. .
\ Wro. II Gnnn.Khcriff,1 JOB PRINTING I BY. ]KOl'K UUUDEH PACKIKO: OAKUM, matches to be repaired. AH w leM* vansa5s_

:'JoBopK Sheppard. ':. GEOP fCtU'JaaS741_ _
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I ((9jELL
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.Anenor, KiA; Black,jr. "'JL.uUt.T1& \' from the smallest Card to tho largest I H5ATHEH JJEM'INU; -
-Collector A Turner. FRESH
; ': :.." Poster in the best manner and in the'I J. W. ALVOltD President.LKW1B I I
.- CIJBPHANE First Ylw ? .ltJt"nt. I forwarded to all Newspapers.
Count) Ju-ige, D R To\\'obelll1. ..,: shortest time. By increasing the speedwe I). W. ANDERSON Second Vice I'rtfid'-nt. FURN l.r rUl-E. B No advance charged on Publisher's prices.AH i
Clerk J PoncMer.. there- DAN1KL L. EATON Actuaryjif .; ', leading Newspapers kept on file. GARDEN SEEDS !; -
". r decrease the cost, and, can SAM L. IlARRI8Oeneral Iii.-jx'-i(or.IJankinj -0CRQCKERV- formation u to Cost of Advertising fanilnKe.1.
Shrift Wro. D Scan. fore furnish better work at a House, I'l-nti vlTgnla Ay<'IJLU',.con"'I' ,
.i.sessorJohn Gronto. I street,Washington I). C. Iu : O U'Ctor.w-Edwards. I Complete l'rinted Lists of Newspapers for sale. I FOR tiA.rF; WHOEE3ALE OlCBTT 'm r.
LOWER Special Lint for Customers. AND DEALER IX
RICE prepared
Lzo.CuntysSherman'. ? Branch at Jacksonville Fla. ; Advertisements Written and Notices secured. I
Conant.Clerk5 Orders for Uuaiacss Men especially, solicited. Fine Watches Solid Silver and ,
LcltoyvD Ball. ,. than any other office in Jacksonville. .VO.22l'1..t..TREET. *,| ,

Sheriff, A_ B Munper.Lrvv.. .' I Letter Headings, 'Bill Heads, Ball from OpcuVCIT 10 *. M., t day*rf ,f.-Sundays M., and Sfltunlay and Holidays e\'nlntr\1rctrn txwiitc-d Ii, 8rU WAIJE:; 401 AR R. PlateclWaies._ ., y E. P. WEBSTER: & CO, ,

County Judge, A J Clyalt'Oerk to 8 .. M. Kerosene Lard & Lubricating I
d' Tickets Auction .. -r.. i 4 i HOLLAND would
George t Leavitt "I Programmes, : July 8 18C8 tf JJ. respectfully inform the

STieriffJohnTyor. .aifir" II Bills Hand Bills. Circulars, DEPOIT5 e.Nf AMOUNT RECEiVE 1'KOMAH I --- A. Cane in the that late, having firm of bought C. A":out IJune the ft lateral Co,he of will C. Wholetttle awl ZRettttl, 1'

? Hn&MBW Or, Joseph P. I" use nil care and diligence to sustain
0"! : t isot9 :' : >* LS0 reputation of
Cards Q Market the old
CoUoctorhn Tyer. Invoices, Deeds ; for Vegetables. stand for selling
T* -
!!.. ; t I.---nits! Receipt8J. Deposits all: always be drawn without uolier. U"llOs' -I GOOD ARTICLE AT .1 KKASOA'AllLK FRlCl, rgitr
,County J miff 2, Enoch lIi1Al1e. '-".: Lading, Its in Bpecie are repaid In specie All other dcponiU are PRODUCE. Commission Merchaats, Persons *hi. '
ret>aid ill "Green backs'\ ,r Rational Bank Uill. LItis ke.&.to New York would do well doln;Good Work, anddealinjt honestly and fairly with ". "
p ckk,John FBartholC "' 'i. .r i Posters, Law Blanks.Placards Interest payable in January and July, in each yen,, .- to comign toVIRGIL *l'v' .1.: J. ", would also slate that lic Itu **">eutea ;
Sheriff; A W Gamer. SchcdulesInvitations and by special rule,on depoafu of f M) an upviml.i remaining IlILLYER'S with nim
Assessor, A',W Gamer. I; in the Bank at least thirty days. SONS, James

Collector, J M Youmas. I f. : ; :; t. ) ',f I All Branches the profits hive belong been esUblinhe the depositors.in the principal cities LAMPS WITH THE PATENT I 207 Duano Street, I S. Doyle, :
MAPUO.N. '. Railroad i-1-h from New York to XewaOrleanjiJfcnd 'accounts''tun be New York. i who baa long sustained tile n-putAtio-i of K superior ,
'E CWodas. alHa transferred from one Branch to another without charge workman and to conduct
Co nJyJaa! e, I (l..ttaLII..bcd in JW7. competent k4neM of this
t Qork.,Dennis Eagan.. .!14 .t\ I I SteamboatI'rinting or The intenuptin/t Institution/ tO) has interest.now on deposit a JIOt _aver$(iOO.Q'H! and $ Situ lJlll'llt:, and Vhimney, \\'. It. HILI.TIK, II. L. HII.LTKK C. T. IhLLTEIl kind for in all Its branches. We still retain the IOIe) agencyMorton's NO 4 : ',-;

t Whcrtf,' David MontgomwlAssoasor )-. "flt'Ji 1 it J this Branch ban on deposit over 17000.* Ihe latest and best f/tiiii/ out June 27 it -
Aridiew J. Wifliams.MARION., "I.Jt."X I ;1tf1 !.f erchants and others desiring to deposit and chock: I -.--, -- '-- -- Gold Tens, SAMMIS' BLOcK BAY: '.ST.;, '
against their accounts can be -
'". .".,. ,: 'oauyrvi-equired: size* allt.Lc.rC1.1variety We draw Exchange on New York and all the prominent : Jbr economy and PENSACOLA OBSERVER in tbU town and blioll cndt'Rvor to keep the best oAort-
County Jodgei Edward Barker. in Southern.cities at the lowest rate I. ment of table and pocket cutlery in this Ie\Uo .- J7.l.CKoYO.i\7ILL.Jr. FLJf A
J.r, of Blanks are printed Drafts J'ublitlied TRI- Hoping to merit the continual I
C1erk.ntIhJTarns. on New York nre'paynUe .at the Banking; I liffhf, hlERKL Y confidence and p Oron te
Rouse of Jay Cooke ic Co. of old customer and friends I
reMi cctfuly all to
Lbeu3LAC0ntL: ; : _H.' .A,..h'' ,!r. a work manlike style at this office. Government Draft on tiirunnah Charleston Wash' I _. WILLIAM KIRK & COMPANY. come and look for themllCl\' may 30 ly -
AweMor/Wm. McGrath. t ington and New York also Bank Drartu, and Cortill';iUs ; ,I I hating'.uadufrumaIargs MmuicemeaU to be kept freaUyffVyOtf
'..Ooitertor Neal Fergernon.' .- of, Deposit cashed at lowest rates. 1'1'' Si-Bscnirriox : '

)[OX1lOF. .'-. -- --r- old.Gold, Silver' and Government. Hccurle" : Ixmzht BH
County Judn'f', James W Lockf. I To such of our merchant as order Investments are only made hi Hfcuritic.* of iiietjnl-, ; Six months ........ 5pg I wehurolli _dspatup (or our traaddre trill,wi._
(Jerk Henry A Crane.Ataottor ". ,' their printing u New York ve would t4l4t1lfrs! ''!' .. ". (In advance always) oiieT jiiiidW8e; oIla1l..s.iii lcti6ARIiEN .
L : : very \ .
Philip Cosgroyc. AXLE 011KA8E .
X 1 that:*" canfill'their orders' in as Chainnan AdisoryComjtte.'. at this time in view of the fact that 1'unsncola i.s i._ ; '- -- -- -_ I !
Colkvtor'John T Young .1. *' say =: .
. 'J' ; C. F. DAI.KV, effecting her Railroad communication with the North. \ SA"E.1J: ,DEPOT,
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,. .. 'N'.A..Nl4 :., .' *., ,. Ro'.tt"lnr". west, nnd becoming point of interest to enterprislrg i" ,.. ... .
'' If(1) ';' w- 1 men. It U devoted to -- &" East lori.ht, anJ will!' ntwitr.kn abd
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.. t'OANi i; development of the mKteriM '! ------l.
Oovnly. Jadgo; IX M Hammond. ; :.f M! Good GROCJiRIES&c. interests of the Slate of ol all kind. lianten,Full and .r '
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; Florida and
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IJJerk. Samuel Kidcll. .ge-_ ... Icanu ; ----- ______ H.t J l t i ". j" devoirs spcciiil attention to the Immense Lumber : -- the rut our soil I and cttnuav. Tltervibre WI"*ivfte,Sfi4* i "
... { ',4--; I I'I"1. and Timber trade growing up in Its vicinity, as also to attention and orOrr*of.B interested in kartaff t9. **
A'Kinikn. J J t,11 f 1t'- -_: --'I other commercial: items which to tho careful reader will Gardens and the an..t kinds of Vegetable*.
\tloctJ:oi1e .,.' ) hn ; '{: 1 and at a very small adrauoo on New : : indicate tho development of the gwa n.tural adnint- I(EI't Cllf\l't.11\tIY an hAA and for Mak- I"" alt Just".*ivuJ;.the followia; brYuswlater
K 8 Peat'to. gee of rcnancola as port. prepared to fumlllh I ,
.Y k nfi'e8. .nn.,1 wo.Qld..re. ooe-tul1&P, JJB.CRAWDEALER REALESTATEBOMh' lug: ,
Advertisements solicited.Admiaiatrators. .AUBLE Fun
"OUKOI' : f, .I'n : laji-J.. ;ln.1. MONTJMKXTS, '
., :f'l :' n' 'I, r: 1"'J.tli&'V''I '. -- -- --. --- .- -, .- 1"r f HEAP AND TOMB STONES: 1 000 Papers. Flat Dutch i' ., :. .
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oun 1 Ji0J. AUIttUO. .:1.. ," : 41Cut.T >K Purple Top Rata Btt*., *
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CScrkVAlcr. StoctonISkerifl ; : & BOLD Notice., : 1 500 IW: c. 'n 'I

S ;- D'tid)[')lizolle. -, ,-',' .: >', FLORIDA UNION IN ,, or 'tI1l" ,y lots,lawn, &e. CALVIN OAK ,,600 Skirving' Ruta Dag .
': .j'I.'" : persons holding'demands the \
f. THE :: Jrr ALL estate of fDce. 16-tf I WOI M aiiJ
,,. \tjj&8ait3t kK>i\kl : .'; .0., *"J5' Wilson formerly resident of Duval county __ IJtckaouvfle,Fte I Long Blood SUgar ett
"i.Uo5orIbbflrt'Buting'; ;:.. ;: ) FAMILYnQRO Htato of Florida late of Patterson,in tho Stoto of Wow j-- .I I 000 'c Larg En".Drumbe.td. csbbato
'.; 'I. .., I'Ii Jersey, deceased, will present them for payment to IL NATIONAL 600 yC '
I'iL: I has removed ,from the old stand /m j? m iiU 1 V U c. .LEOflINSONt11EAL ; Blsbee.jr., Attorney In ti1ct for Kdward M. Cheney cc : U,

: IIIt-1 :J tne Tj Wj 4KtI..I. *+&tLn'thWto 1tdefdd&i *oithcdi-!, 1'ROVISIO.NS, ',' Administrator by law,or the sratntc'of upon widoslate limitation,withlt wit tho be plead.time Iimlte.1 In bar I PRBBDMAN'B SAVINGS 500 500 cc La.rge Is Duich u. !;'i' .. ,.

<'crk. Aim Ya1d'O L..i fitted expressly for its 1 I .ESTATE AGENT." Unroot 500 CI : ". _
1 \ \ p' 4iM,, jgus premises, up of" SogMLoal .t" ni, .'
"\ di- .t _,_ II B19BKK. JK.. t i.
rur'it cI Hc ) : L ; And Ship Stores ; \" -f Agent In fact for ,AND TRUST 500 .1' ;
v"inthe': ; COMPANY. JLong Orango Carrot .
Ow E. M. '
AMO1PJtMLWlI1dXOfl. ,,;i 1 ,. '. z ; q. CHENEY, Admini. 300 c" CbUa < : e'
Tracts of .L ,
Collector J 'Ih N J 9.'... .' '. ,,tta' : t!i i't' ] "UNION ;BUILDING :! WHITE I'INEILVI13IUI: !, .. n" Branch at Jacksonville Fla. 600 CI Long&*rt. Ib4iih1
t Guardians" II <4 _
.PrnAJLt .f .Wi. J \ OF .... ot1c 500 E dy: 12ign .

.11 L i 'It'\o" 'tiibq- .,." .:. "'' f':. : street. ".IJ T.. P iJ. p.\lS: "'. .. 'T IIIIITY days after dato' wKI to the or No.: BAy 'snh;: : G .. '
..'VQ nt1.. PJ IW .IIJlI.r' Ji'AfI'ir..d j On the South side of Bay : "It .BVBH.YJE: cm}'.1'IO JL Probate of Duval county Btate arply of Florida Judge, for an .f the QOLDEK MOET12... .
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"'J' ';n>.l1 ,;': '. / / / j t't:{ tittf. I .yt! rl, AXDSWKKP8 .d 1. IU order to authorise mo to sell Block 01 and 91, of land r 'hiMldflk wilt PUlCluUJt' nt t.1\ "t : !
,'ttseri1r.' SbttJa". !:I: .1" I ,',. 'd t rCJIARTEU1'4RflES I Blnki'-for s1e I at)11.1J I 0X841%; AT' ALL\TttlES.\ in Hart tho; a city minor..o{ Jadt."lnlllr..tbo Propert1iOfary- K. and GQTemn14'nt rl\l"', ', QoLI.SilYef NEW. FORNTTUBB" B'roaE-r..la 1- .

Collector., 'l'bocDu'be''J 6hRl y. .,..,&1 1 office .AU'Mbfppotl1Doutd? h&fe't e : ; t i. J1'f 1 11 J.; : H -J l'CI1'f "ILLF..lNl. ,!5, 18' I Stf june $7 it ;o."B-; 1I 1tT'ft tdtt. l'tf W.Acttnt.'VO.AN 0uraItr.,; rT hefrT" earnfr.Oar#t''L Bd L*1tO J*JS *i111I. .

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