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: September 16, 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: UF00053711:00121
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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THE TLORIDA UNION, : L MFSCELLANEOUS. POST OFFICE NOTICE H Appolutnients.T .* Florid For Settlers. became of the WV wer

-.: ; 2h ;Tho following iistjcompriscs the ialiinct and t 0 JACKS '%VtI.LF, YL.%.,July 17, 1868.L&t. formed at they *ere convert m In.by

United States Offlcial Paper MErnc4L: : B. 0. MORRIS, Ju.S.iort .- oIIcE1: 1o.uR8, Judicial appointments made and confirmed' for F/aciatFdrii r: 0I an enterprising'all gorUenaa 6
: I The cans are labeUed"Baltimore"because

Official Paper.0jyapcrofthe -----t.-t---i--: : sors to CiLDWEtt & MOBRI !8 A. M. to C.r- )I except SumU>e.SCKDATg tbo Stale of I>4 rkaV*_ f.. !' V t ili'pdnd witli'plcasuro'iu'j-our suggostionotLn that city is the center,of th0/raiipackin interest

State Dr. z. BuRNDoN.1; ; Cotton Factor 8 tO 10 A. hi' -S. I CABINET; .-,. ., .d!' article ion the toil, productions induce in the United State

: ments, to ccUlcrj, of Florida,.only rolqctant, on I .AA'itioj_ua.ii
Fourth Judicial Circuit & ain IIdB CLOSE. ScrCImyIO/.S&fte-iEo. J.Ai.vi\. ., 0 account of the of '
Surgeon Physician, difficulty convey ing cy ado- Who Ate & *.* VTlllUau.TUOM .
AL1arey-Gcnerul-JAMsz D. "Wia-rcarr. '
qdafe information
the Counties of Naau, puvaljaker GENERAL OOJ1J1ISSJON MERCHANT, 15r.i Lock pouches, to New York Wasu.iu a siriglo article. :* KIEELB'S
indud J41 c1S0N11LLA, FLORIDA. By though *> I FOCSTZCC willS I Caxigmy.
(Which ind St. JOIUIL0 ton.bdvaunah. 'I COtpffOlltr-RO3E1T II. Gs3ifltE., 0 Fjorida> then, 13 a very Jarga,State, oonLiinng '
jjrsdfod, Clay t \ATU3 mny be left during the dy, at the Drug Store :o Old Slip, NEW YOUK. New Ybik -and WashIngton Postal Car, Treamrcr-S. B. COXOVEK..SuperitrttHdfiit nearly( 60,000'8quarc miles or some 3T.OOO The truth'that'matter pas ei froin'the an&nal

\J of Ikxitwick 4. L'Kngle. At thu reaidencc of Mr. General Fartnor. ndTnllahoKSoe-DAiLT, 10SO, a. m. 000acres. its surface is mainly level hLi'fngsome bock toi the 'and frotfll
Fifth Judicial Circuit. Benj. C. Morris Jr., Fraulz IS. MiJItr &urreur- I vegefaUe, tbeWgtlaule-
after nightG. UatnesvllleFeritandluaFlorida Railroad alFIt.A2t
of the John T. UtlehrIsI, io ty Lake City, w KViSTEII..
Paper and Win. Ilarinan firown, SiMH-lal Partners. few hills scattered
Official and Pensacola& Oeorgia lUilroad-DAILT, 1Q 30, a, in. generally through,the to the animal kingdom, again, received' ? ciri
of Tutnam, Levy -- ----- Ang. 2-J if.JOEN Tubiie utntetioni-G. T. CHA
nclude,the counties '7 z- Ocalit and Tamprt, MO> ATS, YTAT?, and Fri- K- middle of the State, but nothing like monntafns

(Wbkh Marion a'' Sumter.) W. Edwards M. D. DAYS, 10 30, a. m. 0 A411 afl-GOirslGEoRjn, B. CAiac..- and indeed no considerable deviation of land bus illustration notloflg since. j -.
AIacbu*, Cedar KoB,8iTi-RDAT, andJTjicuBATK, 10 SO, a. in.lit. .
-0Ocial CLA.HB, Augustine Tuesdays, Thursdays and S turdajs, co.niniiiloiicr of'Jnimiyrnion EJSLFHF.ME Ari. pan.ba found.' In Leon, Uadsdcn and Jackson For the purpose of erecting*a suitable L .moan-r
of the eTeuth Judicial Circuit, 7 a. m. (by Mage.) 0 counties, may bo found undulations of surface mont in memory of Roge WiIlian the loon.kier ..-

Faper Countio' VoIusi&, Bro- PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. FOHWAUDIKO AND COMMISHION MKnCIIANT Up the River, through TEiiterprisc l ;per-steamer that might pass for hills with those littla.! accustomed oflthode Island, bisprimtsboxyy1nggnndvaaaoarchaLfo.the
the )nrlingtoD,-Su.viAT8 8u. fl. 0
Which indU ANDWHOLESALE 0o COUKT: to thenu grEse.of jhInseLf,
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T$rd, Orange io& D&do.) OFFICE : DEALER IN opEIs: 0 -EDWIN Bf. ILciitt. 0 The'whole surf'icoof the State is covered with wife. It w as'found,that ovevtingh4pus.&

AND AlJAMS StREET auucKiiiEH, PROVISIONS, HAY, OKA INL1QUOKS The clioajtcst, aafust an BATES FOR C-)ltE1 OCEAN SEQAUS, &c., 4c zig ilonoy to any part of tin United States M by the 4sctrS-JAS. D. WEJTCOTT, 'O. B. 1t.twr may be,called tho,best timbered Stao- in the t> .be traced by a bl ck ,liae..f carba eoos

OFFICIAL& --- r A. M. ttecd'n Wharf, .Tacksorvillc'Fla. Orders issued in-amounts 0 0 to suit purchasers.Fecii -. CIRCUIT oono1: tree, lording it over perhaps nine-tenths of the wooden knot, falcW. remained Iu"oue

If pflcatlOfl r *tter of Ad mmIitatioIhch June 1C tl on same, $JO and under, 10 tts. 1st Judicial territory;, but among the forest trees are found grie.wbila& gle1ockfd4.hjir,
;Ott(* tniscrU' 0o DR. EMILE T. SABAL, From $20 to$50, r 3S -" : Circuit-Homor G. 1'laiitA almost all those of tho Middlo States, intermingled found m the other Near Iho gravo stood an
xecutor' 2ouee to jebt- JU; II. REED, po-,1 M. o 2d .' 'Wm. Cocko. -
!!gni1.tThtoI' or to7otice A. with manya distinctively tropical charac apple tree. This had sent ddim tweuaIijeota

F1n.I, Dict'arg. each Insertifl.... iIDSO1TCUI OTTIOE HOME INSURAMCE COMPANY OF -. -. --- 3rd Thomas '1'. Long.: ter.Vhilq tho beach T>tho birch, the, elm and inta tho very presence of the coaflaed,, MJJ---

EM3tC otOC.e&ch 1..tertIon : uou Over Frank Smith's Grocery Store, 2J Floor :Postal Rules. 4th'A.: 'A. Knight. thd'maplo'aro rarely found,the oak in all its va- The larger root, pushing its war ,totba.pCB I oipot

$ ce of iistltutloU U itot of ooedgtW0 8u11 by Att3CllmCflt.quxe.)... 2 8A.LIB': :BLoc. ]New Haven, Con. Many 0 c-rroro occur by persona hot ohacrt iiig thy following 5th "- J.H.Ooes. -' rwtics; including lhcliv-oatr'the red bay, the occupied by tlw skatt of Kogir' WDHan*.

of(8LR to Yoredw Uortgp.coch J cltfititt'ririda. [Feb.2d 1867.-ly. MARINE: AND FIRE INSURANCE. regulations in depoviting letters, piiiwrs ur miacellaneous hickory, the white ash, tho/nagnolia, the dhTer- had made a> torn as paanng..aroba4.. itt, .laaat
31 ,(Lf not eIOe two pqure.,).......- oo publications,in the office for mailing: Cth James T. Woglco. en$ tiqds of gum), thc itch pine, and numerous followed the direction of the backbone, to the>

l Sheriff and other county ODke on the comer of Forsjth and Ocean street*,-upilairs. ALI D1UH'LK'l'TJKUS must- bo pro-paid by i'oittage 7th ." John Trice.1st others, abound every-where.& In the southern hips. Here it divided into two> *branches, 'tendIng -'

iMIlcW thc AdrorttPCim-nU 1)O1I MU* .each nerU0tl J. D. MITCHELL M. D. Dec.. tf K. F. FLOYD, B'amps.Prepay uicnt by Stamps required on all letters 0 to places portion of the State the tall, cocoa palm towers one along each leg to thhlnth;
ie&f rilje$ *mending TIi&n' 'must & iwmlt Agent within the United States. *1' 0 aloft to mark tho peninsula as its own while turned upward to tha toes. One of these roots.

% Of iIc required, tuid eud e U dent umto I'HYSICIAN AND 8UKQKON Full prepayment matter, lorelgu by stamps and domestic.required on all.transient 0 0 STAlE ArIotXhvs everywhere, in every moist lace, riso the towering formed a slight crook at thi knee, Srhich" d

(vtq tM I smCA quitltO the space occupied by eight line* Office Kt his former residence, corner of I'urrc'th andS BERCKMAN'S printed liy inserting the County in which the ollitftls- ,located Judicial CircuitMjltott.i trunks,of such cyprcoaes as rarely can thQ'holdbear a striking; reaotabUncai to the
.qure all letters, errors in superscription bo' eisewhcro be. found. The wealth of Florida in human form. There the
uioflpSTW typo soh1 23.-ti upon many may 2d' -' R A. were graves,hut their
f accord- Fob. Uockray.
.U in in ilia detected and mistakes in mailing bo avoided,.
dytimcUt1 udv.r timber is I had
Ali tea1* boyonil adequate description. occupants disappeared; tha bm %rea had
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S.c.b of the Jaw which Is s FRUIT NURSERIES I'lact Hit fvttaye Stamp on the sipper riyhl haiul corner 3rd John A. 'Warrw.k. .
s. cach There is perhaps less variety soil than in vanished. There stood the, thia .
It.i.1I be tli.duty of the pubthhcof and leave space between the stimp and direction for 0 |- tbr'guUyappletree
iO. deignatOd. to pubflsh alt notices and odvertIjrflflt LEGAL. post marking, without iiitcrfenng with the writing. 4th ..J." I K K. Foster. any other portion of the United.States of equal I -caught in the very act of robbery
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piper ViIhOut 4fr1Y provided, i'bat, he thaU AUGUSTA All letters carried outside of.thumail, must he in. 6'or.rnment oth -." .E' -J.\Vi-Culpoppcr.6lh tiya. Tho soil generally may be called light The spoliation was ''compute.' 'ThVfcrjranlc'
ny fl tiCO or woi GIA. '. ;8taMtl Envelopes. Any \iof.tlion of this law
be eoiiiP"the'fre to.rLbulh..uuwed by law tendered aaa." utijccU the carrier to a line of $ldO, C.-1L MoWoy, sand or saritly,ltxun. 4'hia is tLo character of I matter-tho fleshy the bones, BoreifWaiwa I.,

tLk J. S. SWAIM, N. B.,A reijuett/or return of a Idler lo the toriler, tho soil of four-fifths, x>r at least three fourths of had passed into an appletreo. The elements ,
3jjEclLETARY OF STATE, ) FLORIDA AGENCY If. unclaimed within thirty days or lees,written or printed 7th 0 OabtrHart. the State; In many cases this rand Li so'fight 0 had been absorbed by'the' rrota,transaratod In!

CarriOL,TALLaHAsa. PLOIliA, ,with the writers name, 1'ott-oJJict and Klute across PL __ __i in color August 10th, I860. ) Justice of the .Peace.A the left hand end of the envelope, on ihtfface side, will BO now' : f
Lc $hItUV n( thu 8tM of Florida,at the TUKKH, PLANTS, AND GUM'E CUTTINGS- I becompliul with. Luttera beaung such eadoraemui Keiin1>llcaii PIa flieaTh pe4IS t.h ruol, t.un and held at the Capital of MJ bu-dticBB pertaining to his office prorajitly attended will be returned to the writer/re of junta yt.Zerril'ortfil. sec sandy soils'of the same'''color at the North. to fragrant blossomsj which haadellghfod the eytiot

the$rt vn4r th ofl4itutton of 1SGS, paiwd An to at the office, Summer building, l.itclyoouupifd Choice Varieties. 0 :The National Republican party of the United An examination will show oftentimes the con the passers-by, aad scattered the nreelsat par

Act eId1U'anil An OLflciII At to and 1vldo Legal for AdverUscments UM Publication, ap-o/ by A. W. DaC' the *VU lling stocks.CJT All iiiattvr conveyed by mail westward beyond the bo such arato1 unknown althc! North I into luscfoca' fruit whicH
proved July lS ,to w1t&pCJO Western boundary of Kansas, anti eastward from the city of Chicago'on'tho 20th"oOray, 1868makethe ; frequent from'year to
Mie.JeffLke XWe f Florida, rqrre4 : Jr. Order* solicited and filled at lint priies.EOBT. ly containing had been
1. BISBEE, CataIoue furnished. eastern boundary ot California, except opq newspaper declaration a very largo proportion of decomposed year, gathered and eaUn. iHofK pcr
dv eaad itehall
as foll.'s: following
end of the-4UMY.Secretary of State to deainatc toa bona (subscriber- and franked matter- must be irinc'pIe8VtitoiigIatlaio : or at least powdered shall, which gives a tincnt, then, ia %the question -"Who ate Roger

be fleWjiSjCt Ibo duty, iubli"hed rerpectlvely n the city of A T T O 11N K Y AT L A W.urncfc C. LOWRY, rcpuid at letter iate : First. \ tho country on tho fertility beyond tno possible expectation of those W'Ifliam" 0 -"

three Taflbp..atIe, th cityof JackeonYlile"the, *nd official tho city < l: -tf. Ascent for Florida, Jacksonville, KH. TIIK FOLLOWING CLABo ur LbTI BKS:0 A RK >OT TO BE ADTBUTIHED isured success of tho fconstruction project of who do not experimentally know its power, __ iIF'4 -

J'i.nauienl$,wWch phall be known aa paper note'sB'. Again, this light soil is often found
IK PR resting
.(the of lorida,"and in eactt of wind all WIU.Tat 1. letters bearing requculs to bo rtUrntd tn th wd. Congress as evinced 1 by lhep& adoption in a majority OrlentmU for thst .'-
of the State Lepalature FRANK upon a clay or marl sub-soil at greater less
1W ISd an/ ieeiofl SMITH Agt. tern if unclaimed, or to be retained a special tlroq.f or
at. 1 )pnbluihed,trnd alao official ordew, notices, and JACKSSOXriLLK, ELORIH.i.Cly 2. Letters for pctbous who regularly call at or send tu of the States lately in rebellion'of Constitutions depth, and this fact gives it a power and reten- The New York TimonTof the Ulrt-- li ay.:-.

*4yrrtt.tlMlitlIi pertstnng% to the Stte of Florida, or toUt the iMiut-oflice. securing equal civil and political rights tivcncss that could not otherwise bo anticipa An Armenian from 'QoMtantino-
the L&W overument -- -- ------r- No. i Sammis' Bfock 3. irop anti box fetters,nut! letters turned to the gentjenjan
"LTi; the duty of the &relary of ttate E. K. FOSTER Jr.ATTO1NEY writers trout the lcod Letter otl'ue. to all, and regard it as he d\ify of'the Government ted.In pIe has arrived in'this city/with tiew of finding -
(0 tflrfl$4 la each Of tle eata coie of all 1. letters directed to perilous at hotel-!, and returned Gadsdcoj Jackson and Leon can be found a location in tha Southern Statoa for ,eoio '!!
the IIWF psaod st any eeioo o the t3tato Legklture, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. from thence to the pout odicp. sustain thcso institutions and to prevent a good deal of reddish clay soil, like that of some of two hundred Armenian familwak lie
within tbirty day.s1tr the sdjotrflmcut thereof.eec. AT L. A W.SAIA'T 5. Letters which the parties addrcad refuse to'rccxic. the of ny .
in Btore mid peoplt* such Stales from being remitted to of the Western States tjaitc and rich.
.L Th rat ot comlwnI3ation to 1)0 paId the wtid1mwf HAS arming, Bacon Bidt-B: and Sliuul strong yesterday addressed a number 'of his country-1
$ for publIshing the awe and officSa adrerti Wees 1'ork and Hams, Lard, Hutter and (6. Letters.idiliei> ed to persona known- to l>e dcvea 0 etl, a state of anarchy. In Marion Alachua and Ilernando counties I men who are resident here. .lie alloded-to ih >
shall be the *une a. that now paid AVCUST1KX, f'LA 6 ly Chciw, Mackerel in b.irrel, half barreN and kits. Cod ,
4iet$..sft'rrtid. or to pei sons who hate removed to plwes'nnknown.i. the soil is a dark loam.
tle United 8UU for the publication of the lawa of lish and Ilcrnnx,Rio and Java Collee,Tea, Broken and 7. Letters addreivoeil topuraous who have ruio\vd, Socond. The guarantee by Congress of equal strong Generally speaking I considerable body pf Protestantized Armeniaas
7 .124 for the oflidal ndTcrUscmcnU of the LnlIt refined Bugiirg. Old Bourbon and llccUUed Whiskey, but \iho"(: iiootofUje addrcHsu known.K. to all wherever the prevalent'timber is pine, there at Constantinople* who entertained a' dertrd to
: SANDKUfiON which arc ottered by the package only. Official 0 suffrage loyal men at the South was demanded the soil is sandy, or sandy loam. This pine
each J. P. Nov. dtf letters for any derailment of the govern- find A land of religious liberty where the$-mlght
8ee. 4. thaHte Uiedutyof the cirsult Judge of menu by every consideration of public safety, land is usually classified into three kindi-first,

Jo4lcW circuit to degnM one circuit newspaper iwxt. publiahwd I &TJACKSONVILLE 9. Circular, fieu packets eontainmg'Jwumtnlo. of gratitude and and must second and third rate, supposed to bo of corresponding had settlesn&saiathatthoAmericaamiionaxi4 to the'Southern States of America
,-1&tith Ifl$ circuit, or In ome adjoining OBSEIIVEK 10. Ix-tUrs at seajiortrf,intended for persons on bo.ml justice, bo maintained pointed .
tk.n4o.which shalt be known as "tho official paper of FLA.AuguU Of ciit.iin deflgiuted vessels expected to arrive. while the question of suffrage in all the quality. as the promised land, and aim as a ngibo.haV-)
which all legal no oc. and
circuit, and in But the most valuablu land in the State is
I'MUhtd TKl-\r ing climate similar to that of the countries
\ EKLl' a
the said circuit court, or to -tf
p4yerteata relating to :2caisIj' Office. loyal States properly belongs to the people of known as "Hammock" land. This is land
or probate court, within the iaid cIrcuit; all covered bordering on tho Mediterranean. Thi* is i a nov
any lnotK county of any deicriptioli requIred by law to be fly WlLl.fAM KIUK & COMr.VNYI'm Valuable letter for any part of lie United SUU.-I*, these States. with hard wood,and is called either "high"or eland desirable'clemeat in the emigration to

publkb.d by any 1I(-TOfl or peraona; or Land!all notice. B. E. PERKY, Canada, Urcat Britain, Island Jamaica, Holland, the ThinL We dcnouncaall "low" hammock, as the land is elevated or America.
of sheriff,and other county ofloer.w bt1VILIITIOt Italian States, or States ol Ocrman-AnKtnan Postal fuiuii of repudiation -
depressed. The -
tnVcWnty within the teild circuit ifen be published. Union, will bo registered, on application b/'twcc-n the high hammock is dry, and In race, the Armenians are Japhetic; in faith
aa and the
8 .: lt.haUb the duly of the publisher or each i ATTORNEY AND COUNSEUUOR ttihu month* f s 04 Lour of 8 A. M., nnd C P. M.KcgiHtuieJ % 1 ajJiatignal cpme,. ,- -t- national 0 honor somewhat sandy or loamy, but U generally of they are Christian, but Of-a confession that differs
Taper P0 und advcrwSuVuyTrrov.dcd.Thxt Six niootlii ........ 5tK> letter, to go the saute day,Jiiu-tl be haiid- requires tno payment of the public indebtedness good quality. Tho low hammock is often too both from the Protestant and Catholic
to halI not (I n adt unco al w aj H> (.t 1 in olio K nr befuie- the cloin of the mail. ,,
tIbUlflCfltd to Mh5i; any notice or advertUnHi.t, 30 CUU1T STflEE'i' in the utmost good faith to all creditors at home moist for purposes of cultivation, though not always though it resembles the Utter in many respects. -'
lie conipefled This
tlir foe allowed p by law Is tendered therewith.| lung exlabli lied Journal I>ceoiiie very dtfiflra- Jloncy Order OJicc.0L51)Vti.LI and abroad and is a blackish muck or strong black Though the Armenians havatonjf been
Dcleu aaid tile at thin tune, in \\vvr\ of the fail th.t 1'Lrinncol.i i-. ; not only according to the Utter,
**.S. The tal of oomiwnnaUon u bo paid the Boston .- Mass. .Ifeclmg her Kailroatl coinmuniuution with the North loam, and is in strength and permanence of fertility I subject to the Turks and Persians, they .
the said offiebU and IcRul ad>erti*>menU.shallielb7 iiite-ntion ia uille.il tu the Order but the spirit of the law under which it ,
3 for officwl 44 2y west, und becoming a jMint of inteifitt to cnterpnieg) Mpii'-y fa'yntcin was con equal to- any land on earth. The only people of remarkable enterprise and inteui enco '
that paid to papew.BBM ( ad a tulu ;iud cheap method of transmitting small
development of tins matenrilmUrmU tracted. difficulty with the low hammock ia the cost of
t.eec. the mailc. Orders Issued l with valuable old literature an&
er.ecti..softhiza( of the Sti.te of Florid.i kiuns tl.iotigh urn In sumo I a amny&nin
14'al or a'dvcrtl3cment after the <1v>oUN8iicci.il attention to, the in immeiiM its loral LuinlK-r Ucpartruenl not more than *.")*>. Iwirgerauiounis can bo transmitted Fourth. It is due to the labor of the nation clearing the immense growth of large and heavy eat scholars. They haTe in time past establish.
i.gv of (MI.4.alLah be valid,or hare any force or FINANCIAL. and Timber trade l Krowiii in its to iu> .-.uue poiseD, at lliu tame time, by uUditionul ordcr trees and (ho nnduornoisturo above referred to. '
BlcU paine .lull bepnb&.l'ed te'tta, paper up vicinity, as also to that taxation should be equali/ed and reduced ed colonies in various parts of Southern Europe
-- --- other x.iiiiuelci.il it vina which to the careful ruohr Such the various kinds of soil
aforewld an the official paper of the circuit -- -- --- -- will arc to bo found and they numerous in the cities of
lt4gnated a. indicate Wafcs European
the cli-velopment of the great u-.tunil advuutua as rapidly as national will in
And facility the State and
ia wWoU the said advcrUiKment U pnbluOicd. of IVnsacola as a jiorl permit. together may form a much Turkey. If the first colony to this eountnt
wlieneTer aar law DOW In force, or which may be here- Advertisements bohcittU. ()Iii orders not exceeding JJO....10 cuul I Fifth. The national debt contracted better soil aa a whole than the State has had
of notire I FRERDMAN'SSAVINGS june?4 as it prove a success, as we trust it we shall
or may
the publication ..
any .
after iequjrea On ordt- on J Ji>, and up to {00 25 cents. credit for.Whcro.
rtlcBMit,shall be understood that said I>ublica.U The ni'iieyorder office will lie open from 8 A. M., toC has beuzi for the preservation of the Union for doubtless in time see several thousand Armatu-
.Vl.aUbe. made in nn official paper deiguatc-d M P. M. the soil has been worn for many successive follow it from
ana Constantinople. < They can
1 BANK UNITED' STATES Valuable h-ltcrx fchuuld l lie carried to the office and all time to come, should be extended over a fair years, without any compensation returned find in Virginia, South.'Carolinas Georgia,

9440.%. AU art or part of acts inconsUcnt with the rcitistercU. If money is to be remitted, a postal money I period for redemption, and it i ii the duty of 'in the way of manure, of course it is ,
localities that offer them
zcpeukd. for''
uOMo this act are hereby brJor chouUl 'H obtained -if upon jKjints where there usmi I every opportunity
Nov. tiJra., J. Ocorpe J. Alden. b.trclary ofthe -0- money order olliee, then the letter should ho rcswtercd. Congress reduce tho rate of interest thereon weak and poor ; but wherever the soil is new freedom, happiness, health and pecuniarySue-
fcll.wins tHipi-w to be TILE NATIONAL KllKKDMAN'W SAVINGS NI) MAIL & EXPRESS. and unworked it and .
State chouitl let yields
,.o btrety w ******* r- Money tifccr bu cnclo&ed in uu ordinary whenever it always good some
be done ess.
Florida" Tho can honestly
the".,mciaii |-n 4$ the State of viz : ter. times surprisingcrops. .
Tallahassee Hentuirl,a rternp l>er published in the city TUUST COMl'AKV. .,fl'oney Order Offices.Alliany 0 Sixth. That the best policy to diminish our The productions of Florida 00
<*TalUhas,the Florid* Union, a new-apcr published St AugustinTJacksonville. are so numerous
in the city Jacksonville.ud the 1'cnsacola Olmcrver. CHARTERED BY CONGRESS. (;E0RW4. burden of debt i is so to improve our credit that and so varied, that it is difficult to give an account The Silk Blockings. -* f .

.a witnewi nevsuaper whereof published,! ha\e in hcicunto the city of sot Pcnsacol.i.In my hand.and A Dit LINE OF rASSENQKK HACKS WITH j| Columbus.Amencus Macon. capitalists will seek to loan us money at lower of-them that would befit any way satis TomCorwin, when stamping'tho18Ut ef.?
caiucd the Great Seal ot the State of J'lond.iIt. OFFICE.WAS11INGTON, C 11. relays of horses, ii now running regularly between, Athens i MilledijCviUAtJaut.i rates of interest than and factory in a small compass._.Some-of them, Ohio, in behalf of. gallant "Hany, pf. the-
ii.J] to be affixed,this tenth *arofAU4( A. V. bt. Auru.stinc and Jacksonville, leaving i"ich pl.ve Home' wo now pay must con however, I will mention hereafter r West," used to tell an anecdefe that veryhap
1868. UEUttOKJ. ALDEN, promptly nt 7 A. M., BocreUry of Btatc.JUDICIiL BANK IN JACKSONVILLE, 0 Augusta pay or rest or Gulf States, pily hits off the gradual transition;of th Demt. .

-- ------- THE ia located on Bay Street where THROUGH IN EIGHT HOURS, I IJ.tekst,1iIh total, open or covert is threatened or suspec cotton, corn, sugar, tobacco and rice, arc the cracy from its early anti-slavery to its..1aLte ,

:rotlLTh CllLCflT.] ri41ahasee. ted. main and great staples of Florida; and in capaCity day negro hating principles, and which applies

IN CIBCUIT COURT ]>1 allowed nfl of Kivo llullorn aii-1 1'Vrnaiidina, Cedar Keyv, Ax.PAHK LA HA MA.Ihratnr .
Interert on sums uj>- this State is inferior to neither of the others
States should bo administered with the strictest I ; dillon of that party to-day An old. lady had
Uulbir received.
Forcri AtCIa&wberLAuguht,1t46tWkrvn JCDICIAL CJUCIIT, )i vanlii B2f";Bank but deposits Hour,of 10 One A. M to 3 1'arc. M. SIX DOLLARS. Uffice tuunty. economy, and the corruptions which have been while in capacity to raise all of these great staples I a pair of silk stockings presented to'her, which

lite I rgi latun: of the HUto of Florida at W* I*. yUAN, .......llorgan.Kubiuhi so shamefully nursed and fostered by Andrew sho stands pro-eminent. It may be said I she prized very highly. \Vkoi, howerer, thd1

the lirrt; wiou tlicwof, begun tutd Uld at the Capitol May 1".'W-tf. Acting C. -Uit-r. IIv thin nnd line with piuurnirs will go thruu jk in oomforlalilevchlrliai ..,.Hutler.HuntdTlllc Uaibour.OreiiiTille Johnson call loudly for a radical reform. truthfully that .Florida can raise more sugar stocking*began to wear out, as sh had no ailkto

of the Mate under the revised ConrUtuUoa JWHIKM! than by,any other less route.fatigue,exposure,hazard or delay, Mudl>on.JJobilc Kighlh. "Wo profoundly deploro tho untimely than Louisiana, more cotton than Georgia, aa 0 mend them with, she darned them with cot
fur the Publication
am act entitled an act to Provide HEAL ESTATE. ...Mobile. much corn as any Southern State, and more
ton thread. As this of
md death of AbrahanvLincoln inbatitatrogi
Advertise tragio and process
.1 the Lwi aud Official and Legal > regret -
-rFLORIDA ----- -- adages for Southern J >ress Company delivered '1 I itit golIt.ry..M rice than of them.
appnYud JIL1Y Tht, 11468,to-wit: rj ry..St0lina. tho accession Andrew Johnaon to the any cotton for the silk continued a&Iong.and M often >
tfradon 4. It ohall bu the duty of the Circuit Judge of safely and promptly.TENSACOLA ..Franklin.Iallas.ftLuTaltiI 1'rtsidency, who has acted treacherously to the But it is in the immense scope of her vegeta as any holes made their appearance, in the

5114-b J.Mci l Circuit to designate one paper published 0CuIuiubu who elected him and the productions that Florida excels-for within coarse of time little of the original aflk
pcoplp ho very woMe
rilfcut hU ttrrtiit or in ome circuit next aJjoiuinctbrraU. LAND AGENCY- lUoiagv, njiply in J.if k.onvillf, .t ibi'I,t\loronne I jIIssl..sI.1.I. cause was it embraced all the of the
rbich pi r shull be known as the Official ;" an J In St. AucuxtlM; *, .- t the Klcirl.la JIna.e." '' pledged to support ; has usurped high legislative are products temperate itho stokings being almost wholly.cotton,
fsper(the- Judicial Circuit, and In which all 16-tf. NE1>SON 1eNE11. Preprktor.uzv. .........................TAPVi1di $. and judicial functions ; has refused to execute zone and most of those peculiar to the trop and darned cotton at that 1 Still the old lady,
Ogal Notices cad Advertieaneat.relatltig to the said (ircna4a..........,,.,,,..,....... :ilabiiba. ics. She reaches from the Irish potato to" the in- allusion them
<>*cU Court or loaoy County or Pnjbate Court within L. F. DEWEY & CO., Holly Hpiiiigii...*.Marshnll. the laws; hob used his high office to induce making any to ahrayftallad

14 drcujt;afl14 notte**<4 every 4caoni>Uoa rn\ii- .' ........................... .- other officers to ignore and violate the laws ; has arrow-root, from the apple to the orange, and them her titt stockings; Just so the libor-hat-
rcdWUrfobtpuWIAed bj aoy |iprac ot persons. Real Estate Brokers Mernliiii.Iviudcrdale.Xiitchc -. employed his Executive power to render insecure from the hickory-nut to the cocoannt. All the ing party of to-day, after haying cat out 'of its
east all notice of bhcnff and other county pflloun In cons'; ti rent riijuoloslfJil Work, or every one hi I /..Adanii". vegetables of the Northern States nourish here liberal and 'which
aar untoty In said circuit shall be published.? BUILDING Y own Joctor-Jidng a Private iiitnuUir for Nat- \jeks1ur.,.. ...................\V..t-rt-n. the property, peace, liberty and lifo of the -and of these two bo in platform every -jot principle
ItMtherejr ordered that the Y1orid Union"a ried I'vrsong or those about to marry both male uii'l fu- citizens t has abused the pardoning power ; has ', crops may once distinguished it-, and patched, tha holes
puMUnod at JarksonrOlc, in the county of male L )UI:1.lv.t. the t'ear. All the Northern fruits grow here, with substance at rarience with the
enraper JeOYViLLr, iLA. auif in everything concerning the pliv iolopy nnd rdai- denounced tho National Txigislature as unconstitutional a totally

Uuvil within OiU) Judlci Circuit be and the said paper tions of our sexual system, end the Production, or rre. ll.ttuu Uouyv................... ...K. BtLt. ROIP. ; haiT'peisiBtently and corruptly re- although the apple and the cherry and some of original material, still calls the patchedjod

U hereby designated"an "the official paper for the ventiuii of offspring, indmlinj all tho new db-tyerie, M onrov............................Ouaehita.NaUhiUKliCi sioted measure in his the smaller fruits, such as the cherry and the darned concern"Democracy." Hat, thanks lo
otIccs by
1'uutli Jnulcul Clrcolt, In Khk'h all legal and Homesteads ocated never before gjveu in the English language, by WillumI'onnj *......................Natchltjirlicfi. every power every pro- tatrcnt do not thrive but in compensation for
IBaal ajtvcrtuenicnb),an specified in anld uetioii 4, In il. I>. This Iii really u valuable and mtere tui); New Ibeiia...,.....................Ht. Martin per attempt at the reconstruction of tho States ; the intelligence of the people, they''tee't e
<.*4 Fourth Judicial Circuit or any county therein, BTJ rork. It written In plain laiiRiuiec for the general Nc-wOrieni.4...,..,. .......,........Orleans. lately in rolnillion ; has perverted the public patronhge those she raises excellent peachos and an abundance sham It is impossible to palm upon* th*

tile U1I be published Order; and Rook that of thi this* dlfl notice- be Clerk.recorded' in tender, und U illustrated with ;pwurds of one litmdredcngravmf Opt-lousns.ti?.........!i..,......"...St..l irulry.PKiquciuinc into tin ongin.' of wholesale corruption of fig, grapes, oranges, lemons, limes, reading masses of America darned cotton stock-
rent offices ,
the Cbaiiceiy rniwctivfe eounticii thbi Judicial Circuit.A. *v F. DEWEY & CO. ; ?<. AH! young married people,or HIOMI c ntcmjilatlnf ,........................lberlllc.St. citrons, guavas, papaws, pomegranates, which
u ingeforsilk.
A. KNIGHT juuc 27 U ; marriage, and liayini the least impediment Fr.xnriBMllf .....................W. Felicianala and has brnfjuhtly im-ached] for high crimes well bo taken In satisfaction of all demands : .
to married life, should road this book. It dlMloHcanecreta in-.iy
the Northern Stall all Post Offlcs and misdemeanors, 8Pi pr6"perry pronorfnred
I nwnrly arc
auglStf Judge 4th Judicial Circuit that every one should INS acquainted witb. Still it ( of for fruit. -Indeed the soil, sand or loam under
order offices. thtr f the vote HcnatorB.
> by thirty-five
money guilty
All Tanns in'Plorida is a bouk that must bo locked up, and not lie about the laid by clay:or marl, and often within reach of We 'find the following -observation* bu -sidewalk
;; Wantbg huiute. It will be sent to the of 'ostye 0 .
one receipt
Tryif JtUW1AL CIBCCTT.] any on Fifty ,
rents. Address I>r. WM. Youso.No. 418 Bprucc d-oct, Ninth- The dorlrinc of Great "Britain and the plow or spade, furnishes naturally the very etiquette ia some of oax ,xdta>gw 2 ,
should liarc the above Fourth, Philadelphia. 8-17 The \tnU'fi' on letters to bo forwarded in the mails to admixture of soils which intelligent agriculture
IN CIRCUIT COURT. any part of thu United States Li Three Cents per half othpr European: powers that because a man is hotticulture Only villagers, or.persona-with rural .idoaA, .
FWTU JCIMCUL CIKCLIT.At ;Florida Real Estate Register. Ounce, ri'EFAID BY faTAMPS. once a subject ho is always BO'must' resisted- or seeks through artificial means, any longer contend that ladies shpnld always

Chaiabers. August 27, 1808. The postage on letters dropped in tide Ofllcci for delivery at every ha/ard by the United Stated as 11 relic where denied by nature, as giving the best possible be given the inside of-the pavement ia phasing.*

WJiets,The Legislature of the HtaUi ft Florida, altks Bent to. any address on receipt I F of DEWEY a stamp A to CO.pre.pay3oatage. Rockland Lime in thin city, u One Cent JK.T half 0 ounce, prcpuidTransient 1 1 of the feudal times, not authorized, by the law yield for their efforts. For fruit-trees generally The rule adopted a. all,cities is.to torn to;.the,
first srsclon Uiereof begun and held at the by and for vegetables Florida then is second
Capital ,
o an Act rntiUed an Ad to lYonde for the Pub ication : ::: ConhUiilly on band and for wilo in Jots to suit, by MiiiiUHcririLs rUmples, Sample Carda, Photograph Cards, and independence*. Naturalized citizens are en to no other region on earth. the gutter,' and an observance" tair common

of the Laws and'OOctal IrertiaemeiiU, adopted -- lUCHAKDSOX fc UAUNAUU, Cards, Map, Utenk. Blank Paper,Engravings,Knyel- tilled to bo protected in all their rights of citironehipaa 0 J. S. ADAMS. sensa rule would, obviate-,muck unpleasant* '
HOTELS.traiof'lousE. ulylJtf Bavunnah.Ga. ones, Seeds, Kooti, Scions, and printed matter, (except
Jill 31d,IiG8 to-wit. I
tiecUon 4. It shaU, be the duty of the Circuit Judges :_ circulars and books), will bw'ratM at Two cents for though the} were native born, and Canising Peaches I crowding by ovorgaUant{ gentlemen, who persistently
uf mrli Judicial Circuit to dodgnate one paper pubUxh.d every four ounces,or fraction thereof Prepaid by stamps, no cituoii pf the.United,States,whether native crowd 'for the outside of thef walk.
within his drenit circuit Double th above rates will charged( for Books. naturalized inunt'U liable to arreet and imprisonment Tho Atlanta Constitution describes an establishment Another custom not
or in utu next a joining; Market for Vegetables three or ) required by fashionable
Unscnli-a (Jirculars, one and not eree-eding in
bicb hall be Vnown the Official of the for canning peaches, recently opened *
p it an 1'atier for act done and which is
HfikJadteMl Circuit d ia which all Legal NoUco* ; number, in one; envelope, will be charged Two cents; by any foreign pow r etiquette, nearly equally absurd
sad A4r ttiMntts relating,a to the sasl circuit court,or )ItODITCE, Comrni io>i Merchant) Prisons blupj.ing anti that proportion for R greater number,lo one address, or words spoken in this country, and if so arrested in that city by a Baltimore house. Why can- is the practice of menTfilfiaga'caarthpew
V'c-getaUes A*, &C-,to New Yoi k ould do welVJUGIL I'repaid by ataiuipa. not other towns ia the South project such establishments -
to any County or Probate Court within mid (Circuit; all UYM. New Drnnsrick, Six cents and imprisoned, it is the duty of the govcrnment ,, making themselves. ;as tidicuious as vaa
to vutislgu to Canada, Nova Scoliaand( of their ? The business of
k1al law to U own
any description, mjmiml by interfere in their behalf. "awkward in'order
Ten to squad" practising a catch'etip
half ment optional. cents U paid ,
publiahe4 by any person orir stid all notice of HILLYEU'S SONS, Per canning fruits yields a revenue of $5OOOOOO, a
nf Tenth. Of all who faithful in the trials to ive th dud of
saerlffi and other oflioers In* couuty in said J MURPHY at the office delivery. were a lady "wrong -ttw powl
eogaty oy Baltimore. The editor
ebwit.shall be pubh.ltoj. 207 Duane Street, Newfoundland, and Cuba, Tell cents per half ounce, of the late war,' there were none entitled to more year says: Another w that of a.man, twhen mi starade.or
It is therefore ordered that the a Florida Union," a jCOBXKKor MUST bo prepaid by stamps. \Vo were first conducted into .the pealing department walk with
Now York. Oi-rmnu bUtcs. Prussian Closed Mall, 15 cents, pro- special-honor! than the brave ldiers anti sea a lady; to keep himself:on the 'out-

DaTd.ii Hnrrpsnerpnblhibed CM Fourth Judicial at Jacksonville firccit,,and In the adjoining county the f LAURA AND UUVAL STIUCETSjacicscnviiio (EsLibllIied in IS-17.) PtY1t1C1iL0l1tI0I.: Oeremn States lire-man Mail, 10 men who tpdurod ,the hardships ,of campaign work. The, where bla k9 we found, about about 450 300 women at side of the pavement -iA litUaexiHise of judgment

riftfe Judicial Circuit be, and'the said paper U berebyCtt ; Fla W. It. Hiu.Ym, II. L. Hu.i.MiK, C. V. lII.Lyaft ceiit optional. Union direct Mall and cruise, and imperilled their lives in tin Ber- I ,numbering were ,will convince any person thja .perfect;
Hamburg by North German 10 ranged in rows on one'side; the whites some *
t4ai-the the Fifth Judicial uselessncss of this
official paper for June 27 It optional. Hamburg by cloned Mali vice of the country; the bounties and pensions bobbing'-back and'forth at
Wcast,"ia which all legal noticcJ and official adrertleents.aispecifled EECEN'tVYOPEflfl IIAH BL'Ifl i-.tit5. pnjHiynient for defenders of iSO; opposite the other.. Next came the pack .Tl tontnonrtufc arthbi*
Jo- n1II8 )lOUE. Os U KnuUiKl, 13 cents, optional. provided'by law the brave the eTory corner; ti
l in said section IV, in said Fifth 1. specialty prepared lor the accommodation of visitors of Ilniils vli Kokand; 3 1 cent", MU Tjbe, prepaid byM.I arqpbligations to forgotten.. department employing about 40 women while men..and woman are walkias.
o Circuit,or any county tbpreln, shall be poMUbed the fall and winter J. I'. Orovoslc'er!, foun-ler theU'l aij'ikbown LrabIy nation ; pevcr ; ; ; togetherjtsheshculd _
M K U further oriot e4 Ut UiL-notk>n>recorded ink .dunn t1tc'S4b1del? rtl4-i s house of UroveUeen Co, atr.ui5, tho wdows| and orphans of tho gallant dead are eight more are engaged' in boiling and pouring "always be at his"right arm,.- Whether it
CKaitoiry Order liuok of the Iffcfcnl Clerk's offices from the Brazils itml'1fltflkOtMsathmOIIth J from of sacred bequeathed on the syrup: This syrup is made'from the be toward Uw in d& outaideof
rf tho
furnli d by Uw VfiupAk wiM-kirt.or rycylved the V people-a legacy 'ot thewiilk
in tit FULLER i CO. New Yoik, 10 eenU M UsST be pr--puld. ;
ieippctiv ; oiiaUes fthbi Jli4ud North. IIS* f nC I ii i.bonrdejsi.cewnniedakd. kprsonabletruis very best cruehodeug.r, four barrels of which
then be
lor r"
j4.fl.bO. Italy, vlaclohcUUpon Mail42 oii&tFi optIOnal.Goyc91flf th1ntion' protecting caru. tha woman:.will &ot hor dagainat.tJw'

N -__ _. Judge Mb Judicial Circuit, > A t--o-r Idti.It 1 have rumored to theirJfpFeer I E1eith.ttzI14irugn! emigration, which imthe-are used a day i The tans, -which hold two and passers., Thoso' who'giggle at perowho ibl-
ent SIrWtped .Eniejope, each hen to' the
-; lflLtuLth:1T.; : J ; _ I puthas ad Jed*o,much V? the wealth, development thrco pounds aro conveyed low this tub are theauvfeB the "greeriies afedl
I [lETKKXH ] *. 1.1- --4 '/ N ew Wai' roonis, all kttrr and official size niivclope/ there will of resources and increase of, power to the capping department, when 15 men are engaged should read (the book:>-cC manaArs ]befcr Jbjff

IN CIRCUIT CXURT. I 1* printed acrow Wanted-Agente. titrect, Now York. the names business, wiJ Post-oftlftS addrcMDft parties. carefully examined by woman whoso "
are ono i .
B avaav Jn>icui> ( icrtv. / and a rcauest to retnrff 'If''uncbunicd'-wilhlfr giren' should ib&fostered and 'encouraged' by a i'ttt : : |{, VI f \-
At Chambers, August J. iSd& > : : whoUjnot to'exeoedfcwf.Hnea-Hrten-- libe2tlndjULiQl ipy 1 sole duty it ii to see that no.. can, imperfectly ,.
& Per'lfonth wb the KiiVohal 'Family Sew2&1 FOBTESfrIe ime-the f u lo H1 i -- -- '
1TK -
wktmi.the lha |>fi4Utui, iof the Bute t>t Fltrian, at 1 0 ing Machine. Thw u chiHe-is iual.to the PLANQ sit in uuiilittti f4TOj tu i1rvd andjupward pfny S 11wplt ;'L'ji1pOnVQfltjOl declares iti eym- scaled !.u allowed to enter the .boQIiig depart -Tim PHffapHATJs TBJLDS orJhsvahwind &&XLP5TO t
ftrrt.se.ki tkeraof, begun and held at the CPI. standard machines In erery respect and in,BOW .at. the Increase inlhe ileinana for our riio-ForU-s ipecilio demomlnatlon, VAmongthe tito mcnt.t1'he cans ire next snugly packed in :: importaflcerol
tsl ef the State, under tU C keigihsionof..186S, *; BTuat &1UntUg&N'CO4 fthe "u14ttfby'tho pathy with.alt ppprcsseil ,'poojplq which areUggn'trthmir
low prk of tO. Addrci's the country have compelled nn to extend wicker 'work basket andtrangforred to th commercial
e4 throughout '- 'Vi
j1&Lsica-I enterBrite
act catiUe4 PwvWo ttp the not well
an act to SCI1O.MACHINE co., their former nm of stamped envflopos> ifvl *r. fr >mi..lfl Ji >{ u O7y *
dot iii t.Lsw* asid ()i44. mdLI ,%4verUsetfltmppr.vundJuIylat NATIONAL '. our Maimructuriii facilities to three UIIICH ilV t- lititpuass.lt ; / w boilers, baskets andjfclL tThera,arc.three of desirable Since the ftdvent of the Si nimez
in VauuiMcturinic JV i -T
e2ISmValuable'Tatent aUdod > : resoTuHoiui1'wero
Jui> size,nnd having many now ImprovoinenWi ( Tho following offokwc1liiral
3.368. twlt I I It1icbJlda.l shall continue to keep our in ice* the Second-Security to cotri-sjwndfiico In *this- fliatlie theae, each capable of, accommodating 219. cans I Charleston Mining and Msnnfactuthgccsnpsaj
8ctio* it ahill he Iki 4y of tIze C1cAiiI'Judgushf ,,., -i- : - 14 WU cannot 1)C removed nor Hat. 'L't.5 -
have been,. the lowest of first- : stamp Catl'Schhrz' and'ailopieil''assart of tie at time. *
CIrWj&to bMirnate one paper pubUsbdCircott.orin mime HH Un-y ala-ay* any 'Third-Where a r ' '4km i OBM Circuit next adjoining 'fby SalerI class ll.moForte; aolldt maker parties by at about loan one purckomi third, ;and europuriaon wo- a letter, it willuotbenc-nt t th DwdUtt/ ffic Jn, fo1Tn,1atfr : ; f i 1J When tho'-fruit has been sufficiently'boiled, dphia, where they are p"ree

JidkW'lueb pee r shall U known as MwOfficlair XoUct and of77 Adnl respectfully with All oilier by makers. July 20 ly (he event outs non-delivery, but will be returned direct otred; That'vre highly cbmmend spirit the can-laden baskets are deposited in tuba of fez kutilig ur Tha bWa1bzvc
taut ell Legal
>nimiu reUtinK,and to in the m hict satd Circuit Court,or to any own rtie u.nrcqanI1)rawitnI1iunierAtofl1t4ir< to.Th tInt writer postage free ou Qf1at3O..f stamped enveloped,, ./soited r j fo alrect.Ug" :- of magnanimity and forbearance with which cold water- and allowed Lift remain there until $ wbaf C of,the

County or l'tolta4Muj wrlhlnaVl -diwilt. All toXvUcn Uiae Kiln."tPaUwt4jd l$6. bunw wood or, wal, y 111'be rofohdWm Btamwi!: f">tidedi' Iicy"rtew tug men who baye served i in the rebellion, but tho. cans aivf &.enough to,,bq handled. They. company off1 Ashley BiTeifandby on day'mocui'n

p1 ,of any description, 4e now frarikly"and! h.oneaUyooHJperatp,with us in arc then turned aver to the painters, some twelve 8atnrfayTaft BWMiiad.receiv ett -
otlcc. trf ballon* 14
L34 by any f Mvc m bubel thab other IdlaKW GEo.P IELL & g occurred at tbo'pUce vtiora the; redemption is tho of tiiu land rbcbn1structin in number, who apply a'cbat of paint tttho'top hundred-
aaL sAJe county offlcw nariy couirtyin us"! Sinai 12 to 9 etata pe any elaimedla> na caio Is any envelop*to b ral enMtf at restoring peace country -hoard'neatlyrfoor .
s euhLOfl be puhha4ioL" known. I 'njl axcutpgethp lstent for FlorIda(orauy elicoto w3i1ci IU14ie43t4.- g1 th Southern State government inkmbasi and bottom, after which the cans are labelledTJtipy rwk. She arrived In- he elI on Sifutlay, aM
44 'hts, b1Lba 'hi'thJ Other$outhern tateXCpt Uuorgia)fur Land on or fiis The public requested to rcporiany liutiefMIQII 0 4 rig ta ,are then ready fjjrbcauiar.Tho labeling nmtdat.b;
arq ipt ,
&*etbJ TUrre"l UnMm"Il D ar'tlW8t.oh*'* B/ver4mpwre4/ pretetred. To forward to nflewspepv1s.No | | iqiparjtjaj jattfc? a equa fliiij)
AdrurUsvmenU < ycfeB of fys ofljw fotTJuro
the the empl) or
r Jsekaoavilie, l UTal Countf,In the pftrtlrs wUung to embnrk In permanent and paying advance charged on Publisher* priiua. in im the receipt partbf or delivery.uf mail matter,totbb postmaster irq re ipeived back into tbp cprnmumonof tho process gives employment to about twenty wo- b4ei4hat this a quicwo4r
; trc.ai4 the Seicuib J'idicItleu1t. boahisas dthcf in FVJdda. VJrrinUi Maryland or any ol All leading Newspapers kept on Hw., or his assistant. Iby4'eopl? ;'-weravor'USTrembval' of; thdisjualiflcatloni e men. 'This firm* turns OUt, ready for ahippI'naboutIOOOO / metleusisso a5ha; Ieii
-CfVor4erwl aaM "Flori- the Atlantic or Gull Stales where wood or coal can be to of Advertising furnished. : -
It tbe -
U, that Information M 0 flj Yi---1-- t ,IJf Knd restHdtfon imposed npoti cans per day. 0 I earrj:1WothettoZlottZliiDrs:
.4a$yi, ,, of Jock- had elwap can mtm adranUgeodi.vzcbangeb' orf careful atUmtlon. -
a a n v papc r JhI1fr Il tbC city 'AH ordersT ItI' 31I47 It -' rutit ll rebels in .Old! their tr Thouearesibtainod from.Baltimore
oavtILe, ,.j is$4 sing C. FOIW, by Mail answered Vromptly. iL. *iiI the late : ; tambf qieaibrojas. partly
( ** iiiquliiei
;"*oi tbet Jndictai*Cltisd tn wb&d 43J ) t T-tat. tit EId i'a.j' Complete I' lnte4 W u of NewspnKr: for tiakj. -' sIi.0yu)7wiUt] 4e ai41 also may.bo and.. partly from.Langford &.Macrath, aniFj,

aoties.situ Muerttseni relUn to the said Circi&t 4YY.ti -- ,1. ti Special LisU prepared for Customers. JOB PRINTING ; coustcnt with the safet, f.the loyal PCOPIe_ JJ. lUwsonfcof "Atlanta! 'The twVWtor env eiisw4er
Consi or to any County at.JYSI% CUUIt*asii'd t3LI ., -- I 'AdvcrtisemcnU written and,Notices svc-urcd. I JffiwTiW. That the right prli1lei ploythirty-fiVotymdiltj -1 lone.1'1'''*
*< ikW Circ.lt,all .Katie**,of any&eicrtpUCi., Order for UiwJauM Men cm dally nolicUed.JulyBlWStf -- oajPlfl IrtSwtllo '. t! I II -recognize : coLtewQ1ation by-thf.ep azt
'equired bylaw to bit nubhahed by any It *s r law.vI J ; laia-Vlowfl'' frt'tb4 hnmor1let2Iatilt1 ''of |ho feratbf Uook&K igharii now rcdotvii
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aM all Nutioes of ttwriffit Mid other tfl..l I 1IV:1RY1: ity Ihzi4ncb4ki-1tb- Uiio fouDd Uon-of Ew 4r-4-F ?- I

A4. j It lar t inj the*uvd.vsd w4Urin14 IbM ILII nntiea Ll I I,.bepuW b'id' -To,rrlve-Lq SOheOSJ Aha% ,:a i large. aawiu1a o : .gjn ffli 5,1/3- vA st Ifl'tihe.iiUnioi ; trtiq} gavenjinenUaM e hajijiwiOi gladnwa ')ie4ytouk,_z,ifla4, many as 120Q- bushels of 0 0I and give employment to many

tb. Lb.0 4iezwL Okt'i fftblajudtelal Parlor aud4ibtIa &tLsiS.dseadi, CtaLs anUl.&dii.at evenT effort towanT making thcuQ pruiciples a I peaches last .i.uedaythe.average from day to,I ; zita lnceptzon.-4I1.r
UM Itail liood l>tpol UuiUinj.Applj O.ce '
CtictitI; livingreal lomg:about 8OOushels Crinst kno'vk&ta Si7I ?'

.Inlutt Jttdg. JQlilf W. 1UCI & at the loe-House. ,

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Ioit1t'i 1 uiou. Leo referred that "bat for influences : after hit inauguration and was tnceedcd by Ty RADICAL THUNDER! pleasant. Last Saturday was the hottest dayof ren4er personal and political liberty for the =. -. -
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- i3 .- q exerted to stir up the passions of the ler. ,Taj.lor was apared,alitllflftigijt,bat died 85itbobAde.tha year, tho thermometer on that day stood sake CI J military. lory.and imperial renown. c qn.viUe'., Mn.,. n1"-ket.;
Denmark bcier Prassia bate. Sweden 'rUT
the relations of the nddenly, and was rocceedM bjFlllmoro. UncoIn Mullet ar6 in .". p -JVQ
two fat.
: .. J t : negroes races Tory Oysters just coming would sympathy? With Franco in a warwiUtProssia
_ I .' ._: ..._ would soon adjust themselves On' a basis VM permitted.to Km oat qeeiiorm ; bat IT.KB\v,. and promise 'tow'tumaaolly good this season. an4U rfrench fleets welcomed -
_ i '" was suddenly digxwed o( ly a ttbol hand soon 1 Fat vonisoir vnd:wild turkeys plentiful. All the (o tho.harbors of DcotaAtk, would command the J-\'Jt 'f.LLE."EI ,ISf"" ,

W".DN J.r;. 16. isueX of mutual kindness and advantage," is after Ms socood! term commence I and tho apeswtvi4man'I : OOLOBADO & 9QALL1UGIT. ,food things aro how'coming into market 11Thi'etigar ? Prussian, coast'ad compel the Prusriatu toke i

.r 4- "' .. true but : Canaan: this section of country lavery" largo &mira armies. Austria eri- c"N'orlhena Whiu." be,. 111.
; r"f'. ... -- : emphatically n Exactly in \te Jolloioa it 1OIJ1 : uP .eipL $1 J
pod shoes.
il JQ -to ... "II1S
'it and Tnn"hl" .
- promising" is well grown seems _tiT: would bo wOEng to go back into German ::: ..::.{ ,
.: .:notic.*will tauten. of anonymous coramuVrfctirm the sense, intended uTtho letter. Withlhosewarnings before Chem the Chicago : 4- be maturing r&P'Id1f.Tho corn crops are the affairs at the expense of Prussian influence, &utheru-MuM sale....but...little... ,orre.. '1" ._ 1 It

*. The asm* and adirots of the wntciiaiity The impression intended is that the Contention did not go blindly to work to select HO woo REPUBLICAN 11AJORITY IiUnE. best ever known. and tho "Ilayli"crop bids fair Italy is irritated at l'rusaia and would not bo Piovau. -

-BjC ttt'tfren'M pf good faith.we.cwukziake a candidate .tho Vice-presidency. General to bo good What" 'a good time! good cane, likely to take an active part against }'rance.And Northern. Louis Family bnn .... _...,..pn bbl. 'i
unsettledand 'unsatisfactory conditionof ST.'Lotas 9.-A Denver corn and "Ililics. if with dispatch Russia should take side Prussia
September II
Tenneamw Oft
1o ., .
return Grant die liko Lincoln ria14
'or or ho be
preserve tho South is attributable to the incendiary may ,' may cutoff says the election of Allen A. Bradford,Republican -- -- ----- Franco could seduce her from tha alliance by Extra, winter *bvat r. "11_

_ f oJ .whtclTSri).not Ilnnce, the importance of placing a true ail Delegate to Congress by an increased Prtrllculars, of' {.He., Great. Fire at Qulnvjr withdrawing all objection to tho occupancy 'pf HtfD fliieiA..l.i"A.. .. .; fc 't{ 2* "

v. I __ : and irritating influence of man on tho ticket with. hinu.Jjchnyler Colfas majority. The Legislature will undoubtedly be ( Florida.cccvii.x.&pL 10 18GS-Edito.lZtpulr. Constantinople by the Czars. As for England, OAT 6-wd-*-(Full Wtltttn.weisfhU'"-....."3J...lb... .".,..-4tae....-.....) IIJ f

republicans.What largely Republican.' she ia not in condition to go in to-a great Euroloan ilsvKaitern.-_ ._.,., ._._ a I
baa ever Ixym guided by principle. When others Hcan-I wrote you last night,giving hasty account ....... .
.i >w 'W war. Napoleon's wisdom has boon shown ...........If'r e
-- : '': ". : have republicans done to excite have faltered by the way, ho has moved straightforward ST. Locls, September 9--A Santa dispatch of the destructive fire which occuired hero ; in his patience and be is again the piaster of the r.UD Nonhefl, ,f.. ,..'...'. 'ior4 1M
of "The legislative election yesterday. Although much confusion exists today '
i .U..t'S.. .R. the jealousy of tho colored people ? ''I true to his conscience and his God.,. yesterday resulted say in:a Republican victory. yesterday The I have been able 4o glean further particu. i situation. Bismark, in broken health, has retired R&cocShouitkts FIno-.taDttard...... :..::!.. ..:: =1.-n'rlJ\I'J f-'o I.
: i from office. lIe has the brains of the ,
His moral character is nmblemishrd. That it
will be two-thirds Republican. lars. In ,
have I ,
informed (IIQ' .
_ They simply them in .
: sottion1ip
:11 Prussian bnt.the is not his ,. ,
: monarchy, crown on
I. J. 'rlclc.". ,' ,is so j is evident from the fact that, thus far in The fire originated from the ignition of some .moklgooIbrtht}... '' r" !J'J
reference to the rights and prirelcges, I SAVANNAH, Sept. 15, 2.25 '. )Republican rcscent oiL or in the store I bead, but upon that of an old gentleman who C bnL'Uu11Jtl.u.. In .fl,: ... tf
SCHUYLER tho cnnva !, not a single attempt has been mado majority in Maine, 20,000 suro, probably more. self-generating gas must be much persuaded before anything can elhCll } 'Iut.1 .
COLFAX accorded to them by the constitutions to tarnish it. Neither havo hIs enemies of Mr. Thomas P. Jones. About six o'clock ia : bo done. Xap leon..lmmonao advantage is in Ribbed Bidet wriokeJ......... J"r
.4ri.4Ii-1T attempted
... : tho afternoon a gentleman called at the store for Ctar Ribbed Skies,smoked...\ \\
I ..-. .,if--.' rwould- .: and legislations of tho general and different to injure him by showing any inconsistency Wo take tho following election news from the somo of tho oil, and tho clerk proceeded with a laving the :brains on the inside of' the head. Long Clear Sides,anllDOkeoly...::.Y. c.IIX
1 1th inst. that bears the crown. That 'make his Short Clear 8Kk, unntK>ed.no, *
the s
CAronide of : government ,
Washington At.
!. )V4. : call attentiou,t tho'vporof State government have urged in his political course. The only ground candlo to get it. Whilo in tho act of drawing : and is bad for the roac- .
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the Board for opposition to him in that he is consistent But a few days ago and the ever staunch, it, somo of tho oil which had leaked upon tho really personal people- Old Meai,.........,..... ........,f: rn1. ;,
t last meotJKgjOf\ themjto exercise those rights and to secure a loyal, and true little Green Mountain State answered floor became: ignited, communicating with the : though it gives sovereignty striking opportunities New Mes (none in market. ,-' ..

ofiTrad ,. as i contains important sug- ,by actual participation such oppor- Republican. Mr. Col fox has.a hold upon tho to the roll-call of freedom with a shout barrel, and instantly enveloping tho store inflames I for display.-Cin. CommerciaLGenerl PrImeDO Ramp .demand.,w .

thoso, insure. popular heart, bolieve' which no other man en instead of a hiss of defiance, and on The 8th instant which spread so furiously to to baffle all au au. ., ,.. ,
gostionn to Tmhinp'to, property tunities of education all will qualify joys. Hn has that within him, which binds Colorado thundered her noble response, efforts to eulxluo them. There being no firo on- Herri. Hay,the Market U glutted sod aom. 4n, ,_..'. ;

nt'ro<1 lnc<> tale to the hardy pioneers of the Great West, tiro block on Washington struct, and another viewer. -
,1 privileges, and such action is perfectly cnrmiV-s respect him for his many personal and to assure them that their broad plains on Madis'n street, were consumed-about one-

I I It'is true that the people tho South, legitimate and proper, and not only has virtues, and his friends love him for the same. should never be desolated by tho torch of rebel- third of tim business portion of the town. The Paris.Wilkie Collin's life is threatened if La visits Donicstic_Mark J. ::

the lie is of the and lion and never quake beneath the tread of traitorous following comprise tho losses : Savannah September .1 .
ttogetharwitli of the North"ftWtj emphatically 10c0T1'o.ma
people A man people, ,#,
effect to "stir tho" of the The Horseshoe Falls have seceded ( to
no at Niagara
_ up passions" armies. At the thunder of Colorado J.P. Scott & Co., stock of dry goods ; loss day was very dulL 'he tran.aetioth Wtre
one who gives positive, and not negative strength the of six feet in the last bal\'J1, at the tuUowlng priru':''bale at C."
1for reasons, colored race, but has precisely tho contrary rolled to the East, bringing glad tidings IOOO-no insurance. year. 11 at % anI at 3d. 2j4 a
.l I posea t*> ': :; .obrOUi laws op to tho ticket. Too frequently in a Presidential peace on earth and good will to men, both white Isaac IL Harris & Brother,stock of dry goods I Silver and golden anklets fur ladies are about The receipt tolT amount to 627 Jut,

kj. s in ucnco. campaign tho second candidate on the ticket i.a is and black, it was joined by the thunder from and building loss $12,000-insured for $6,000. i to become fashionable. They will be worn outside l..w You. Bepteaabn JO-Fiaw, : cut-Cold
u ld' of the New Mexico which had swept over Kansas, W. R. Random loss ? tho 'It't'Rkat 111; lrdI.
:p 1 "lt.w Now look at tho other side. The dragweight In this instance, the second candidate building; 1,500-ful1y stockings.Ono COTTIrreular aaler, 8 .
)ales .
at% ."
I c ;, j" race.1StreJt Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana, and was speeding insured. of tho fuels in New,York is about I, at r.. c. @ "":Lie t
W lad uegro colored race long held in tho most abject holds his own, and is up, side by Aide, in* on its way to clasp hands with Vermont, I Davidson Bros.. druggists ; loss $1OOO-no .. to waste several many weeks of his worthless life by z.lLOf1.-Dun.uper n\"l Sl ,

I i it the'promiri, nt commencement slavery, stript of every right and tho raco with his distinguished leader. and convey to her sister States the verdict of insurance. sailing tho wholo Icnth of the Erie canal in a Uais1&eat
J 1 her people for "Still they come," is the '1's. 1' Jones, dry goods loss $2,000-no in- htn1.new white entucky ... _"
the humbler walks peace. ; tub. '
ftu{.it dfiod. the only important one, in privilege dear to tho heart of man, at Mr. Colfax springs from and all for peace! On Monday next auranco. corD rxoiiex-M Io .luU. "
cry an Pork 23 23 lard '
; elo
he famoia'letter of General :L and last heard the turmoil of tho coming of-lifc, and without the aid of wealth or in- Maine will flash her verdict for peace to the con J. J. R. Love, dry goods; loss $5,000-insured Hon. John Bingham u to stump California .teamboUed.l&J@ro.cleUl -KOt ;

:confre'rep.lo lusntial fiiends, has raised himself the elevated fines of the civilized world. On the 6th of October {iir 2,000.; for Grant and Colfax. lIe leaves for the Wnisasr-Ativejn bead tnf'c,6 SX''t1
hoe ; General Hosecraus.
_ I strife, they began to hopo, but faintly the 13th of Pacific coast after the election in ,
position he occupies to day. Born in New Nebraska will speak and on T E. Gibson & Co., dry goods ; loss $7OOO immediately Nun '

_ a ertam'etiw'the sfatementia entirely at first. that their condition might improve York he received school education tho same month Ohio, Pennsylvania Indiana, -fully insured. Ohio.A. 'l 00. S1o.UTurrcuUUc.' ;rorfn.|.j fJfsw .'

fa-upftsjDir.AS; Qxopooplo of tho North I City, a common and Illinois. When all have spoken, then, Tho building occupied by the Commonwealth favorite style of drew for gentlemen in Oat i N*. September -FtsuCI.n.._ '
___ II then as the battle waged they and then served a short time in a store. gentlemen of the modern Democracy fold your printing office, was valued at $6OOO, and belonged l'aris this summer has been coats, vests and bank 137 ; A\ew York f2ht---pwffit cr mt'pU3. '

a cnce.ndmost'l pointedly true began more and more clearly to see his family moving to Indiana, ho was appoint banners and bury them deep down beside the to T. R. Smith-jio insurance. trowsers of white silk, with blue cravats. .. II'
of ; ed while Auditor of St. stars and bars of tho "',st Cause" for your Store and dwelling belonging to estate of Fer- thinks that 219 Cunos balet. 'miJ.Uin; JXe. ; tel'rn I.ba3e, ,',
n party." anotheronly" that that and for which yet in his teens, Deputy Governor Curtin Pennsylvania -
I liberty light have "died the death and "the dinand Fleishman valued
party will then : at ?IOOO-no insure .FLon-lkpnt'lIeIl ; superfine treble. .
will give Grant a heavier majority than was 'utra fl..boke. -
serseit'i. ;'an artful covering up) of they had so long hungered and thirsted Joseph count}', and toek up his residence at places that know you will know you no more." before cast for a Presidential .candidates 'II ; u : av.
-' .' South Bend where he resides lie : anco.Building owned ever OZAIX-Corn,common on landing 1oi 1)-
to-day. early by Thomas D. Wilson, in .
a ui: and that Seymour will not get a single Northern stead, a'& I1wI .
at hand at last
1) t1Cthercsy. was ; emancipation hich the Post Offico and Mr. T. D Wil
1 commenced to lake an active interest in politics Board of Trade. was State, if the tide keeps on rising. Ho believes 3. .

"ilptilcn, every intelgentN came, then the surrender, then the reconstruction ; and in 1845. became the editor and pro JACKSON VULE, Sept. 11, 1868.A 'son's 000 Sale insurance.and livery stable, was 'valued $2-, tho vote of Vermont will be the key-note of the lUv rOTiei03-Mc8-Dull; pi line pork\Vwlcrti firm, at t:JSKX"?J. _
: .; i imbued laws which bestowed prietor of the St. J aepRegister.. His first national ; no final result. and firm ; abonldw., 11 Vc, !dew iifrii, is"._
- called meeting of the Board of Trade was I Tho storehouse occupied by Messrs. T. P. firm tierce 20 If e-ke-,2!; with/the true of democratic insti- of of tho Con I Jones J. J. IL Lovo. and owned A. M. Telegrams received from Aden, Arabia state IlALTixitm, & ,
/ spirit them tho rights of citizenship including position was that Secretary bold at their room this evening, Vice PresidentT. .and by who -pi.ember'18- sot.u- %1IJi oil'
the German went
savans, to inacrib.d,42KM"i:( tbJ3G7'l8@a'A
rutionjiflno't'only t : "for obvious reasons suffrage ; they havo exercised those vention which nominated General Taylor. In S. Eolla in the chair. Tho minutes of the I 2000.Nathans, was valued. at $.j,000-in8ured for that observations of'the recent eclipse were ., COITO:-U n at; 28X'LOmi5

I ol'1' t any system of laws wliichwfuld'pUoe. rights ; they have trod tho same earth 1851 ho was a candidate for Congress, but was last meeting were read and approved. Tho following -I Storchouso occupied by J. I'. Scott & Co., entirely successful, have taken six photographic; corn drm-;Wheat trhtts,.firmer'11 *;1 good'l; yenf1.I. prime.. ..$:1. 2. .l 1iO'

defeated lie was elected to the 34 th Congress, owned Samuel valued views four of which were perfect I' ,
:" the i poli&cal of tho letter from Liout. Gov. W. II. Glcasonwa by Spencer, at $.jOOO- 'I
; power over which thoy formerly crept as chat and has been a member ever since; since 1863 received no insurance.The Several gentlemen from tim East, connected CIxcxxNlrz.September 1f'-Oait-Cora dtd);tait- .
read and motion : 811.SG8c.
country-Jin the of tho n tel slaves with the of free- upon Frccdinon's Bureau office, occupied by with tho South Pacific Railroad, have arrivedin ; 'I.
hs proud step serving as Speaker of the House. By his impartiality 8 1868. VVBUKST-Dull at 6o<.aa7r-. :
y 'g TAU.AKAIWKE, FLA., Bopt. Major Stearns and owned by Dr. A. 1*. Lip fort St. Louis on business connected with a vigorous raon"lo-' 1esa Jlru
; aI
race,7' }ut equally: opposed to placingthe men, and felt themselves in all mattersof in tho chair, ho ha gained, hosts of E. A. FEUNANDEZ, Secretary: of tho Board of loss $1, OO-no insurance.A prosecution of the work on that road. duDStlc ; porkp&tctflg4. : "t .OO..lb.M951La ._

- political power of tho country in the political right, the equals of their former friends from among his political enemies. As a Trade : small building adjoining T. I>. Wilson* Foreigners who have visited the newly dis- I : f.D1bcr o.-C no3"IIt* ..
Sir-There arc five Pilot Commissioners to bo livery stable, valued at$-300 wasalso destroyed.Drs. and silver mines in China i market closed quid .'iul4dlin6 1: :Jc; uport '.,i'bales. .;
hands of an73'rac"ur"class" what- debater he is clear, argumentative and con inc- covered gold report receipts,b3 baltll; -
-V masters- appointed in your city. .l3eforo appointing we Thomas M. Wilson and J. Subcrs and .
the with which be
favorably on ease they can
As writer ho has force and deals C.nLI8Y. September 11)-C0nos..1
ing. a great of Trado Bmiddlrnx .
consult with the Board ;
would like
- ever..- Ever. tnto1 Republican, every Does any sane man suppose that they Judge Love (lawyer) were also among the suf worked, if the Chinese authorities would bu nominal at at 26c; irctHptsilace .th. be 11%'
largely in solid facts. of your city as to tho proper persons to bo ap ferers. The letters mailed yesterday afternoonand sanction tho undertaking. bales;ralea BBC) e Urn 1st,664 bale r exports ecs.tfl.'

_ houept, pe.cat ,Tlieve nay lie will quietly allow themselves to be deprived General Banks arrived here yesterday, and pointed. Respectfully yours, Post Office fixtures wore destroyed. Tho I3/ balcsst, 12L1, bsierev4yml5 Mla". '
Emerson the
lecturers ia most
Among our .
''. H.: GLBASON AcorsTi September Carrot
kn ws, 8.deoatc republican of their rights of self-protection gives it as his opinion that Congress will rcasenaulo Lieut and Acting Governor., damage in moving been goods ruined.was very heavy, many intellectual, Phillips the nest sarcastic, Goughthe mOle aqti\c ; sales 12.3 bales;middling IfaArtfetrrr 25e. '.'tint.

government one 'hicl is equally obli.u by ballot? Cannot any man see that the on tho 21st instant The late revolutionary and things having most attractive, Beecher tho most popular,, "
Mr. John adopted It is sad
Moved, by Cardy, : a very calamity to pretty little Curtis the must elegant, Chapin tho most rhetorical SPECIAL NOTICESf

a t participated i by colored race, having once tasted tho conduct of tho Georgia Legislature xrems Rejoiced, That a committee of three be appointed town Quincy, and it will bo tome time before and Greeley the most .ccentric. V I "
& to decide tho question as to another session. I to select names to bo presented to tho sho recovers from it. -
tho of and unrestricted London Standard had editorial
a ; ; 'purpose of promoting sweets citizenship : Tho an on the
for The negroes behaved %ery well and creditably IToticie,
That the colored men were excluded from the ieut and Acting Governor appointmentsas a ,
relations United States and Great
of the Bri-
comfort, security'prosperity and .happi- liberty will never be remitted to practical Pilot Commissioners for this harbor. aiding tho citizens in saving property to tho lUTintformed a limited partnership under the in"
Georgia Lcgialaturo in violation of all law, is best of their ability, and with a cheerful good tain. It considers the non-settlement of tho< of the State or New York with MeII.Frau B.

hes rof all, of every 'clasaand., condition. political helplessness without opposition oven a clear fact to the usually prejudiced mind The chair appointed the following gentlemen, will. Tho female portion of tho colored population Alabama claim no fault of England's, and say dar fir ami the Wm.firm name llamxin of B.Brown C. .u special J,. .1 partaera a' -

Bight hero was the inherent ,'ic of ? ) Andrew Johnson, who has so expressed him- viz: Samuel Fairbanks John Cardy, and A. rendered valuable assistance by bringing i sho has always been more disposed to a real alliance with incna.cd facilittoa thobu&inrM ant bentofcreeondnctrd ovw coatiaalne -

Wilder. water and moving Roods than the United States have. br the lat Aim of CuWwnU*.MOrTLI,at Oesaro .
that lractcl oligarchy] which," claiming If then the Southern Denio'cracy are self in the presence of Democrats as well as Republicans. Tho cotton crop is very poor in this section, The expulsion of the colored members of tho office, X o.20 Old blip, Sew York. ". "
The committee, after a short consultation, ic- U U XO&KIS, Jr.Auifiw ,
'' to he democratic in character, was in I the best friends of tho colored race, if and prohpects :are at present, gloomy. A number Georgia legislature, a few days since, is likely ? 4th, 13. aqnf
A. b'. HOU:. ported the following namesu : Samuel Fairbanks the _. _
ot farmers arc prrparing to plant tobacco to damage, very materially, prospects ot ---- ---
ivulity' radically opposed to all democracy they want peace and quiet ; if they _. -- ------- Cyrus Bisbee, A. Wilder, Alexander crops next year instead cotton. Seymour and Blair in that State. The Democrats won Republican Kational Committe

and ruled tho whole South with dobiro that tho "passions" of tho colored Jacksonville and Vicinity. Wallace, and William Ledwith. Your*, J. have showed their hand too soon. ETUI "
I_ ----- tho blindest negro will bo able now to see that The Jll'3dtlWlrtcr&or the Commute* iren.w'. n
irdir, sway. .... ,' while it was, and claimed t I people should not be longer "stirredup The report of tho committee was adopted.The Temper of the North. the support of the Democratic party ii the way; at baolnoHeumniinucaltona the Filth Avenue Ibid.ahoold New be York addrcMcU.ory, where .all'

be nothing else than, 0 system of gov I ," why not como out manfully and ItF.01l''Uu.-Al1 those intending to vote at the following resolution, by C. Bisbee, was The Bulletin back into slavery. The following is a ILil er the officeu and.mcalien of
Philadelphia correctly expresses -
coming municipal flection should register at the ronmiHtee:
ernment'.exercised!' i exclusively by a limited cheerfully yield that equality of political adopted the sentiment of thu people of tho north in the A lady parting from her husband .v few d once lifsotced, That we recommend to the merchants since in the cars at Albany, was OMiheard by; VH.}. C'UA. DLEB,&/. WuhingtuaD..
.daw And for the benefit of that right which be practically following editorial, which appeared in recent
can never -- -- ---- of this city, as also to the merchants and a the passengers to utter tho followins paragraph, Central Zz tide ComwHtttt. -

class;' jnnly regardless but denied, and thus effectually quiet and -"lul.-By reference to our Meteorological planters of this State, to insure with the Mercantile number of that paper. Its caroful co-bideration all in one breadth; "Good-byu Will. Write tome .>%lUiaui Claflui,JJobton.]:; T. W.''Pazttath1xtuiguton

d'nO of table, published in this issue, it will lie neon that Mutual Insurance Company 'of Now is recommended to the men of the democratic every day, won't yon I'll expect a letter Vcnaoot Wllli-un II.ImMeOthes
positively hostile t Ole intrst every ,soothe the jealousy and f fear: of the colored York, of which T. S. Eells is agent in Florida, three times a week any way. good care sUveWl'hliadelphUj: Horace Oroehy. New York?ItII.
the weather has bean warmer the past week than : party of tho South, who scorn to bo utterly ig. Starkweather,Norwich, Connecticut; B. K. Cowlu.llclJ.t
of class for Ill it
I other class. race. which company has been the first to do justice my Sunday-school want .Ohio; Manh Uiddings lCpJ.nuoo.'hL1I'eal
usual at this season of tho year in this sectionS to our port in reducing tho excessive rates. i norant of the temper of the North: come back. If Miss Smith calls, don't give .Zxrctdioe_CemmiUet.go. .
And here two ii the true it& uo in the It will require many such lettt>Vr as her than coats fur have
_ L ItAnicu. Ocrnior. C. Moved, by 1 r. Baldwin, that article third of There i is an ama/.in impudence about tho moro fifty we to support lle3d'l1J3rten. .
present-political! campaign. The continuance that of Gen. Loc, and a great deal of ATsr: Captain B. tone of tho men who, taking courajjo from the our own church, you know. Don't forget to J. 1U Jt>:f>,Ciucaso IllinoU; Cynu iL Alien,'Viaccuncf -'
r ; Wilder, "rarprl-baggor," has commenced building the by-laws l o suspended, which being put and reception given to tho ex-rebels at TammanyHall bring my silk dress and my other shoe*. ,Cc-i>oas ndJAim; K B. Taylor Omaha. '

of the oligarchy of 6Ia\'er buncombe about tho friendship of the f a largo hotel on Duval street, facing the public carried, the name of J. M. Baker was proposedand havo gono forth to inflame the Southern soon as you can. Good-b) Don't forget .OIAlll',, B.mwlire Co.i.es..

naturally.tending toward an increase of' Southern Democracy for tho raco which I square. Wo understand it is to cost ?roo,- he was duly elected; also, Lieut Gov. W. mind against the North. 'Admiral' Semmes, your cane, and let your moustache grow." lleaJfiuartcrs Atlanta,Go.
tho freebooter, who did such gallant docds in Wall street is puzzled to account for the extraordinary M. It.tjuuth worth, New Orleans, Louisiana; John
8 Yert to the slaves on the one hand, they propose to politically proscribe, to 000, nn,l is to be completed_in._two months.I II. Glcason's namo was proposed as an honor- destroying unarmed whalers and merchantmen demand for our bonds in Europe II. Ciklwell, LuUrange,Ua.; B.F. lUre Little fluct..

no less toward a increase of, quiet the "passions" that never will rest --- -- ary member, which was put and carried. during the rebellion, is one of these marvelous which exceeds the calculations of tho most san Ark. Pq i citttee Committtt. ,
I,.\\' .A.-Tho citizens of Lavilla, a suburb Moved and seconded, that tho thanks of this specimens. lie has just notified tho northern in in '
and insolence in the under political opposition. guine believers them ; and especially the lieadquattem,, San Francisco. ,1- ,.
arrogance, pride --- -- of this city, propone to hold an election on Saturday Board are hereby tendered to L. F. Dewey people: that 'the south is not to bo trifled with faco of the distrust lately expressed towards oursecurities George C. Gorman Ban Francisco.California; Q.

ruling chw. until, not content. with tho tho 19th int., for Intendant and two Co, for the gratuitous copy of their work on There is no pcrccptiLlo tremor, as yet, in the in view of the war threatened upon E. DeLonu,Virginia City,Xerada., 1
I Make Room
ferImuiIgrH1s.Tho northern at this ominous threat. .. ,
pulse tho bonds in Congress at the last session. It --
lording it over.their slaves: they assumed Councilmen. This is tho first step towards organizing Florida also to the editor of tho Lake City
; Gold has but it is not attributed to ,
Commissioner of Emigration is at 'rexit gono up scorns, however, that tho unsettled condition of
_ to dct to. and control the common in New York city perfecting his arrangements a town government under on act for Press, for gratuitous copies of his paper. Semmes by any of the beat authorities. Wo affairs in Europe, and tho probability of. war minT d.jntf.t1Utnt$.

the; laud and when thoir the incorporation of cities and towns an provided Tho following tide tablo was read, and, upon could afford to laugh at tho pompous nonsenseof there, together perpetuate tho want ot confidence
government ( fur reduced rates of faro to and
immigrants, for by tho J lasj. Legislature, poor Semmes, wero it not that it was with created by the disastrous failures of the but
dictation Avas rejected) they resisted and adopting tho necessary measures for turning motion, received : just such stuff as this that tho South was roused three years; and those who have surplus moneyto ,NOTICE j

heuco,secession .nd rebellion. emigration to our State. Meanwhile[ commonittttiuus AN IxinovvnoN MFETIXO was held, on Monday TIDE TABIKFor to active rebellion seven years ago, and wero it i invest are placing it in first-class interest. WEEKS and datelirm apply to the ...
the St. Johns Bar, Fla, for tho week ending not that there aro Jet thousands of hot headede3utherners bearing securities. United States bonds paying SIX.McLean. Jn<&,of the County Coait of Data
In fad tho Question at issue in the arc solicited from responsible partiuiiu night, at the market home,to discuss municipal Sept. 8th, 1868, showing the time of high : ready to echo the braggadocio of doublo tho interest of console, and selling at the County in the State of Florida,for an order to ash U.wo

rebellion in the end, was the ueotit every county, fairly setting forth tho advantages affairs and to inaugurate measures to Water: this ex-pirate, and only wanting tho power to low price of 72 in gold, form, therefore really' County Kcal Estate ana State of Samuel, for the Bufflngtoo Torment of deeeaaeii the jsl,ami IB lawful

| and inducements! which each presents to change the city government. Speeches were Dalt. Jr. .V. FCC la. carry their now empty brag into activo hostility the most desirable and tempting first-class security debt of said Estate. '.

of the continuance or uxtinction of classgovernment Ultra. They should stato tho character of the made in behalf the malcontents l 1y General September 1 7 12 8 to tho government Scmmcs himself is nothing, on tho European markets. Our Government CARRIE L. BUFFISOTOX*
8optember2. . 7 4i 12 and his threats in themselves aro lighter than being removed from the theatre of Euro- .Adiuinititratrii,of the Estate"of Samuel ThLOflttU
and class legislation.The soil, the timber, proximity to market, developedand Hopkins and F. J. Wheaton, and in behalf of it *. tho old deceased.: By 3.. !*. HUJllruoJt
12 11 van They aro again.- .
September 8 17 } story over pean politics and not likely again soon to be Her An',ia IIcLl'tent1Jer.l
PciamatioT.Qf! Emancipation, undeveloped natural resources, the prico of the city government by L I. Fleming and Win. September 8 51 13 You have pulled my noso, :you have spit in my embroiled in new wars, stands high with-''inves- 16,1SC8. 6w
._ _ __
the surrender of Lee the constitutional Intid, amount improved, and length of time under Grotho, Mayor pro (t,,. It was finally proposed Septembers.. .. ... 9 28 13 I face, you have kicked mo down stairs, you have tors, in Europe who look chiefly to the rate of .t

cultivation together with special induce that election shall to held for Septembers . .. 10 7 13 called mo a coward and a liar But beware interest and the certainty of its punctual pay- MRS. &MISS POBTEE'S
an a Mayor
amendment. ,. all proclaim tho inevitable 1 September 10 18 13 i lest you go too far, ami roi'so the sleeping lion ment. Tho experience of July has shown plainly -
ments offered by way of encouragement to immi and at least four Aldermen, on the 19th of October 11 36 13 in breast School forBoys & 3iJ>
_l result t of the contest ,to have been tho Septembers my that Europe attaches no practical importanceto ,
; Thew will form tho basis for future akin tho South know
grants. next. JOhN JOhNSON, Seriously>) ought to tho greenback discussion, and the propositionof "+

t final extinction: 'and eradication of claes operations, and it is hoped that interested par- Ax3.KXATTOK.-On Pilot St. Johns Bar. by this time, that there is no disposition to tri- a minority in Congress to. tax the bonds, but H AVISO our rcaidcnce pre parod,corner a comfortable of Adams and.bool Cedar'Boet BtKjto.w .

: ., tioa in will to this invite AO.\lSIST tho 15 September Theio being no further business the Board ad fib with her. She has behaved too badly and views them simply us the tactics of partisan will be ready to reaeiT pupils on H O2CDAT,VST'TEil
legialation. every county respond at a meeting held in the town of Brooklin, Dnvol cost the country too much, to allow tho idea of politics. : BEU :IlSG8. We teach the branches of an Za?!

:And the loading feature .in the .ReI tion. County, State of :Florida, by the.people of the journed. E. A. FJ..RXNI, trifles. That thero has been far too much generosity PRIVATE advices from Panama say that a Kiwlon lUh Education of nine,months with Latin Is divided French into and Ttret Marie.Term'Tte<".

I Communications should be addressed to U. E. Secretary.From and leniency shown toward her, ii undoubtedly fearful earthquake took placo in Callao, on the Three Months each., \V' ciaMifjr popiU'acconfls 1'
I publican position the most important Austin Com 8bioner of ; Talla- town of Brooklin, ----,- _. -- .-.. true. It has Loon carried to an ox- 3d ult, which lasted seven minutes. No lives advancement into fire claMe M. ,. .I3OO,JLO.W
immigration It was Jtaotced That wo, the People of the tremo that bo almost taken for |SH and 6,00 per.ion,or in proportiort pet tw****
the dominant article of their creed is tter Judge Fra l r. may trilling. were lost, but many house were injured. At 7 French ., Music I1 MMIUD. .y o derfndietr
hatttr. -'fl'1ltiHtI. town of Brooklin, object to any anexation to the When it is remembered that not one traitor o'clock in the retired hundred for 'OOleT .
PA. the evening sea ono al't'CDCc.lelllt than a month at a time. T"thc Jf
the of black white --- --- ---- -- GREAT BEXD, Aug. 20
; right every man or town of .Lavilla, or Jacksonville, or any other had been punished, while three hundred thousand yards. On returning the water rose ten !acboul always welcome. Tayment ot tuitio iiwwi"
Our W.'*hUjttn Correspondence.WASHINGTON in the of Duval of Florida. all Dear Sir- Your favor of the 10th instant, ably luOT,in d\ance.. 16
rich or poor, learned or unlearned, to town, County State !! loyal American citizens lio in premature feet above tho usual level. Groat fears were entertained ( ep Jf
D. C., Sept. 10, 1868. littolcrd, That wo the People of Brooklin, do is just received. I have written to the Secretary graves on account of the crimo of treason ; when that Callao would bo completely inun- -
an equal right to all the privileges of therefore pray that our prayer may bo heard it is remembered that the wicked folly of the dated. At 12 o'clock tho and wharf Justices of the Peace.
is were
Tim city ,crowded with alarmed Democratic of the Interior for certified copies of the law I gate
American citizenship,.'including tho rightofuch by the authorities of the State of Florida, and South has bound tho fearful burden of our national completely covered, tho sea rushing into tho KINDS Of! IUAKKSos a ly.its's'ollhl
"" '}j., politician Tho hotels list night were as livelyas that we may be allowed to remain as peaceable changing the times and places of holding tho debt upon tho shoulders of the country, lower part of the city. Tho ,was com ALL ,and' "onty OflheW flit**ll ml tN t

jan influence and power in shaping when Congress is in ees8on. A delegation of and quiet citizens of the County DuvoL Courts,*>ne to be sent directly to you. and that tho South has been made to pay nothing plcte'y' deserted, and the population town fled panic JfXOKIDA:'IOS OFFICE

'the. institutions And determining the dibconragod Copperheads visited the White (Signed) GKIMLBY, When you receive it, you will make tho necessary for tho infliction of this load: upon, us, there stricken to the interior. At last accounts (HthJ) --- :

House yesterday;, to urge upon the President : Chairman of meeting, for tho Courts at docs seem to have been something like trilling the worst was over, but great alarm prevailed -L IXVMrilLET copiws of the.Constitution. theta *
(laws ofeacJtatew1Tesponds with And others. arrangement holding of i lornfci,for sUe al thb Fifty.cento ptftoFLORIDA
many with the great results of tho rebellion. But in the the of their .
community safety proper, -- : :
liis moral'and' .intellectual 'weight and more active co-operation with Seymour and I. -- Jacksonville.1 The adjourned torn at St. Augustine ,: when ScmtncH and tho like, warmed, liko frozen ty. Shipping had not suffered when the steamer -

Blair. "Time enough yet" aid the President ANOTIILU. DJMOCTIC FIZZLE.-.On Saturday and Pensacola will olcourso be dispensed vipers, !into new life, in tho embrace of tho left. !. .'

power to be secured by ,exercising' the Cold vomfuit, that,,to drowning men. Tle exrclwU evening tho Seymour k Blair forelorn hope helda with, and juries will be summoned (Grand and northern democracy, begin to hiss out their old - -- *. LluTE' son, rBOPTxrKKs, 4c. 4crr -

right. of.adflrage.' mit.II' t1 and their fiends look upon the Vermont pow-woW'.at nar '* Grove. Petit) having tho qualifications required by tim and threats to toll against them tho, with loyal that people supreme of tho insolence country, DIED.At J.\.c1.A.N"t7.AL .

But Democratic party, us la declared election as the hatod-writing upon the wall, and General Finley, as usual, was advertised to Law of the State of Florida. If the present that is tho natural expression of one large phaseof liii rcoiJeiH III "Oakwooa," near Jai'ksonnlle. reliable information eoacernfaff the .nltlOCic...

,.by, the 'ex-rebels; .who were allowed tremble, as did the old fellow, I forget his name, be present, but the. General didn't come-of Legislature has not changed the laws prescribing tho southern mind. that the South is not to !cpt.of*tli Hartford, l>r. >,ACIIL onn.M .1>. Iltx!>uv. aged V year, formerly IH I STATE,and the tadnwnwnfci which it oifcr**

_ ,to control the action and express tho in auciont time Father Wells, of the Navy court. e he did,'. But the people have become so tho qualifications Jurors, thefonner laws 'nil1 bo that trilled,such with, it only servos to show far from tho north 1MMIOKANT8, '

creed ef their coriveirtion, is to rcinaugu- Department, has promised them all the aid in disgusted with the low slang used by Democratic form the rule. clothed and people in their aro right us yet mind very; very far being from ,- __}flofloLiicAL._h' ___. .___ __h..h i I WITH A NEW TOWNShIP I MAP -

his power, and commenced the work of making orators in this vicinity, that to the unterri- Yours being fit to their old citizens of for' '
resume place 1
get truly, as JACKSOSrILLV Sot' ls 1S68.v Sent by mail on receipt of 30 cent*; Jg
_ ra .tbe .t m of class govern- removal* of Republican in the Philadelphia ficdto ILttC'l1d'th leaders must resort to nntno PHU.II FK,\MKit, the United Slates. Such men never know when \wither moderately" rather warm Rr the icuon. Book.tore of C.Drew. ,audid the office of tie raW*"**..
.Yard and thoy arc whipped. Tho rebels who insulted lowest. at A. M. 7i. ]Iiuhe t83. L. P.. DEWEY CO. .
_ menliindclasslegUjhition: ; by .'ovcTturn- Xkvy appointing good Copperheads :I such mean.. Judge, ic. 'S 2 I'. M.,83. '.
General Grant and Sherman at St Joseph u .i.tc' JACK305TILL4
were i' 9P.M.74. fiupt Ill) .
'in their The
JD the freeonstrncted gevenimenia and places. Secretary tho 'In placo of General Finley.that eagle of the, Ai.tx. MAUULDEH, Esq., of tho same stripo as Scmmcw, and Sherman Mean ti-mpcmtunvfor the wevk SI. -J

rrktorinif'la' "whito'. n's'&vetnixient." Treasury promises to let the axe fall the 'last of! Sou tlyWilk Call, occupied' the platform, and U. H. Marshal, St. Augustine, Fin.f ., told them tho plain truth when he intimated to The Amount lUiroiuctcr draIn has during ranged the front vcvk:L300... to 30.040. I I .1
IL.' I"' ',A tho,;present moth. in the Department Jiere, : them that although ho thought ho and General .' .Ai.D..Im,. '. 1
Henoo.w decloraUou w Gen, ,Loe'a j was low and abusive I a*:usual, "Yf append a -- HOUSE ;
: -
when two hundred head will --- Grant had given the rebels as much lighting as ,'.,I '
p letter. la' sthJccuti not simply''as. it putt.of1an some Republican synopsis of hi*_. hJlwhich.it( a fair sampfo ol f ,State Iteuia. th'y wanted, thoy could, bo'accommodated witha MARINE' NEWS. '- ':', ]3R A'LE.' '
the Custom
be lopped off'At HODM) in New
; y all he utters, and wo advise hi l admirers to cut little more of tho samo kind if they needed it. JACKSONVILLE ,'
PWQXUO. cingth comt11' The following ia from a private letter writtenat 'SEI T. 15, 1868. }
York.' the. wc4, decapitation. has' "all-cady, I it'out! w th 1.t.n.fb+ !Oft'to:., swear_ by when f A.RRXV.ALS_ A SMALL DWKLUXO UOCSK contarate-T *"
poli t1ie yexdu-: largo number of rebel Gainesville: 'Tlie' SItuation rwius and kitchen,m the elUtena put of lb.l la 1&
I meoW aud n. hungry;,: *; tuey'want f a)i ittle.variety! : loam in"Enrol'' Stp 3-Str hattie MaustlclJ Entcrpfkm John Clark Thuo pL't".i&.1VeIlldapt.d. ",aJlllIf
1 that the of the 21st Mr. .
on ,
sively in tiLe hands rl thev negro facet hv !boon appointed to office.AieV ./ 1 Carpot'baggeri I Scalawags! Hen of straw 1- Chaa. in bis, Tho French, people' aro making a disturbance sip I Slr, Unie Bnkcr. .1I11.N8raf.. ,'. &nannah be DuWe\Jtk. Vae-Jq \ =A
Bailjr aught A negro stealing cane and fretting ti good deal, but Louis Napoleon In'dz pam'ralo F. Pibblo.Stpt 7'1 small expen4Ur f It u about
butre&Jlyof' ; ,a fixed, determination to nights! Bgtf an attempt was made to asaMtnaU Jail bird! Men of no character 1 t'' Uell born field a fight ensued which resulted, in the baa hood gaining gro nd recently,lind has fairly 9-Scbr Minnie lIOtt..on, Xcw York. E ptn\ ,

deprive. tKe.colored rate t>t any particiin .. $ ).h .vi tri ,Attorney (.this District, imp Children, cf hell! TrantiVbo'a! raid I negro' being' killed. The negroes to-night aro resumed his placo as the most influential o u. UussclIJkCo.Sopt -Schr. }'rink Ilowonl Tirhnmc t"Io'1J.Pt.t 4. 100. Yards, from the. RiTe.' : '
Mr. .while .,visit to his mother Ballot-box x' making quite a stir and tho citizens feel,,somewhat ropoan Ho Allen AF .. I
'' Carrlflffton, on a r ituffisr I IlobWr* (j'throats$ and eovcrcign..? permitted thq war be- &rrr. rho lot fa 106 feet i jnar-. ami' *djointoU .sveT11'
;:* r t flflQfl f. of<,the, atCharloiUvfll; Va. Hi* 'wonld-be ains The off alarmed as to the result, as it will operate tween Austria and Prussia, expecting the combat Hept 10-&hr vtcrprwc, Utnity, }'nnan..JI'13.'JSt'P which can alllO be purcnaaed.''.Juwttllntr ---'
vagabond. *courngii creation. against Democratic'. party, wo wero in hopesof would be moro severe, and leave tho 10-Sir City Point WUley,Charleston to Jtf- ia Jacksonvilla ca.now ee.W*"*' ,
t$4' : '
'rLgLa- antagonists ,
gov uinets ; .J' : 1 a I'mWak m'th min, and attacked and We advise i .Wjlk .to aeckan1ongagemontwitK, getting several negroes to enter tho Seymour exhausted with few brs&10-Schr Hro. rosHtttolon. l given 20 days from sal*., Term Ca ,
provinces for Edward
a Sept Drown Xcw iLF.
ready SUdc ,
; alt or
: ; York. F. al*hi
For ?$apply
-,4i, ., "P 1. lit',. Id& iit nearly, I brother-in-law. of Mr..Carring-- Bonner, of tho New York"Ledger, for.wear* Club which we are about starting here;but this Franco: whoso frontiers i might "pushed. to tho IU I bh ilc. tIhrthnjiartK.usI. DBWKV ". ,.
unfortunate"aflair will i them JO-Schr Onward, Buokw ote e$
way.'t ;Nvy.Y4VaL- n-r
Rhino. Ho was mistaken. Prussia too lal" f ,
all Wv.1' confident tnll was '
from the tUh8. i "StcLte8. "x- hltlOOIational.tyle.wonlc1 splendidly. 'I'Urf* 1Stp ack iS5& *f '
j' "' ." .t..s t't.ill"-- .. \Ve *have the palnfol intolllgonea to.da, that ;' '', ": J 1 .II 'fWo Tho U. L. A., PensacoU, ,Fla., have pass suddenly1 an'I wonLll'rCully"sncC'CS8ful" and Xa 12-ifatilda. -Brook. Culver,New York, }'. Dib- :I1 b1.t"TC. i -,.
.": J..f1 Uv., .. ,..' .LP8,'" JiJ$1. p.. : ed resolntioas of respect to tho ,of Taad- poloon had to taco almost a united Germany in- bl" J ,
ifolter. Stocklao the HOMO oftteprewntatiros memory ,
white a' ha1ea.1 nnmri tl.upcriority Dr. chaplaln'cf are orry.to..ate> NVilk,i*. in'for war. ()h! dens Stevens.. stood of a shattered and disorganized. lOW of Drew.&opt 12-0uIJInStar. BlancbarJ'Uo. MIV., TAX NOTICE ,.
the tI
lie* at the,point of death.at hi J horror..! Won't,Mx4!w)! i#- i.. littlo kingdoms and duchies hash Franco wan.too 8pt S4-BrIPedrODMIIINVT, Willmmj' ft cti TU r -
.M ier*6iii'uth' Tbo store of Ueurs. Doll& Hell,-at Ponsaco- Root. I. \( nov'rtRtf''ID.r.mi
4rac4fo Philadelphia. war at once, to'assort' hon rank-ks first of
re It 6ct"bearWUk"l&mcut AU intercstdIR
..' tJ wa quite arousing' \ County"r 18. '.
"JfS u die .t' rais. t1e Cot.l nUon'di.. la, was robbed, some tint$'sfn o, of goods and military powers. Ilo'wouldnotgo to war, bat CLEAnED_ I ward .t one an the time to hort. .t
HmnMJlct OJ}., ;Ifill PM. iencAv.thttbChkar, over tho fact that A mart amid'not oven dio nowaday mono/ to:tho amount of f 00. No trace .of tho ho has improved every hour. since Sudowa.Ho 8.t.| ll.SUr Luilo Dakar Fitzgerald, &va uMh.r 1\ make return wiUflnd me,a"t the om* of ,

"D---"VI"'reJl" i di, 'O 1 ti. i.11'" .. ,m:- pUyod! 'unuiaal fagacitjr. in 'UW ,"Ml) cuon of. acandklato without, hating hi*o ,,jtuary published:'fnUie burglers." chocked the Prussians in mid career., Then Ittublo.Hep .10-SUir A U Cau1otnDJpaoa.l'hlIa.1eIPhIaJ Co,ahU1. hour of the.day,, .,, 'witLu; ., Ii
t& &I1IIV1J.p.-u! : :. !'yqth I ; for the .- ',-. and for A variety .Uxiox, at an exponie.4uix dol a..'' ,Now Tho Madison Mtuciyn' chronicles the deathof he haa increased 'his army, 'and'armed it with &..ott. V8cp ,Se. ",'1101. -Tax''. .JJIf. LI

.; It la curIes cirettnutaficelntbehbtoryof ,iWilk this brooch-loading rilles, and pci footed ,hi ll-SU: City, Toint,\TUley, Charleston, Jeflrcya -- --
ofho ,oolored of re *on a wo aMnro ,; all-epclllda.on circum? Mr. John 1). llammy, of that place aged lOG nay lira. 1
t'wdttU II H_1.r1 I : ; tfaparty ofyotodio the.C&1' itanccs; A* rooch M we should deploro the demise )'o&n. r. 5** )* ,f" "* i is and borrowed a largo Bum ofh,money. Now no Sept,l .-8tr. llattle, Taylor} ,Ecnterprtsc. Jokn Clkk, '' FOR .BENT"' "I.: r',
: itra.iuqQomel ready to fight, und tho ,Herman.'cuthnsi&m Sept 12-Sir Fanny Fern, rondo Orwn COT*. "
.o8JUi t._ boon fiolll/teri/' ,arid dUonionliU, .that. ,the.last of J thU gontleraan, whose 'i incendiarypoecbeharo AVo t\tf\i$ followini items from,\llio Tampa about unity under Prussiu has faded\orymuch. Sept U-Yacht Jrnnlo Bonne, Carpenter Given Cove. ONE of themo ,1r t

.t 1tu ItIrM= three'1'rcSc1Mt1' laot 4 by It wore taken sway beon to usefuL to i-Republican ftnituular of tho 20th ultimo: There ia'de-op diwatisfuclion throughout Southern W.IIt.'Ot&Sept M-Schr. H W Gotlfrey, Sour. Pbiladelph1a.j. ,\-1 rrularI tMffinor, '. < .&. ;- :''.. I

L". 'fiCi1- 't Gi, .i,_pfictti, nCl and that the yic l'/wnWoflU toped: traitor f to partjri;,'e might,abould o. friend Call bo calf- 'f ,Thousands for sale of in.gnavuaUJgater Tampa.The ,. {pas and Germany a Uo l'russiaitaaendcy.; InScuonj'p'Wwtvirfplk Drew Sept, H-Sclir ]bnrld 'Leavitt, Boston, ir:)'A--. .- -_ I'I I : .": ... U
) \ltl1tll1t1
mangoes |
: : # '4 I'" 0,* f-riiwfpfc*'of ij* |*rty thriftW! tjwnj to od'on to, liufflo-pff thli! mortal coil, vary onrnft weather for the past few.days has ('onslde72t9r1 na tif >l.. j..
1tC1F! '.d f w (lie letter of ft*,-porftloiv, ;HttjW, 1/rnd/ I .t ,fID.lOflUt \ make 9.} ti.r:. Tqr;, .t' ,**."n4J' now/ ?*"eomtthlag'. like Prtda.sainttnsy and i11idf'lr- CXnipbell.Sept 14-Htr Henry BuHra, Crooker May Tort C..Ra. -oC5 (. AnBhippea: should bar(bem.

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'rILrG1puIc stE,1.T V 4"es :. e4i .mllfid raeiready:4odrp an r ftc1h UITJ4). STATES, S GROCERIES S FOR JVZ7F fYORJT
1J % -' S I ,, ,
fta douLts / HARDWAREAND
: or any/opinaou Uarij p pjfttiblC. -S j i, IgUN1 S '
,, J- And if out of tliu naturalipa juVrakiiigXtilaij.onism I 1.. t i-j. ; : i .5 -

Subsistence Uepartirfent, S .5 k i' F.i 1. mo '( .Slwt ,la' H t't'S.
10.-llovmuo Cullvotur a rupture ehoaU iaka t tween the .. VIIQ
\AbLDT teIL jaco i -i. / / 4' I" no .k'i O "I, -, ,. ?t t O # sI .L _
; ( uuw' bad i.1ngJ %! fl,1u4.le a urPcit4b ATJANT ?,'{ tcrttw1, !**.>* S $f S SSfl.V .' tapric' :;aS : Semi-MontMy Line.

qL' i4, 1u1izge ;: S. ? : ? ;., S lS1 S S 5 S S,
; Sll-\l.El> JUI'USAT'iirti4knt nro invited mi- )llY O1 'S' AND I
'Y' P' )I"11 either .5 *&Uick M. oo HvplemfaoralKti toP fri4i. 14 ? e l :

much unit JrI311iW -U' iiidH Ue 4n thgUn&ictI tatia. ;nbw4tmeo.fleparthii'na kIti'I :5,, 5 34 (dlZ 1fli 'ftI? S 'u .b U* 'tf. Si a yLvF.al.uaIdL r
i uew Yui k, "AVlritc Boyiju. Blue;," jo, 1liaIz4.ihide'kd S : t "S S S ais -.!tSLlt .. .' T.-- S .. : YLOrJOrES'JOHN
f>r his title not to tholeilcral'gpvctumcntj.litt'ltf : :Fi (1bI1 .B ,5oL S e.Ir t '.' ,' I s W' S S "
vr1fl3' 1mdorbin: the lhreoby mUlioni *' .-,!. *. :j .' 'It: THE FINE A "i STEAMSHIPFcrnundtna
bonds ut1onzod ) Uongrcss fur the tho State Exocutivey lie never licard aVcLul : of cwo
ciIIU.QrnPY;. $ %1LiU4 .cn- hiillet whistle, ,.InJ8G 5, iiaying VOQQ. runovctl :

Tr&k hwLlnJ printed, but it f rantj>f.flncrg3v lie-fOfflstod that iho war'iwas I JfAIAF'L4JiLE 2iLi' ,, 5'S tl. '*f '*i.4<_t.<) I, & .5 'CLARK

a tuluiivxau.ia 18Ci: ;
tLe3 fl W ThSUI4 LandaI.ks the plhtttdclocla'Llcplalforin : mcpin1wojwrnLwblFR1. S
*pper$ Uvhcthcr an endorsement, in tho Indi napolin di Uia for .Conpcss. aad.wa '
,Iiji( it ; :
riaiv -AKlV HIND'' UUAiri'EU JIKAT.I .
mandatotY I )" law ; otherwise lie wont cndorw. | defeated by aboity ten thousand iaajbritv; I .,, 4 J> .. MANILA AND TARRED :EOPE--?: : 'I BAV ST.

lollowiitg is jmUiilicd h rot f : SuA is the leader of tto Cuorvatio1J:8 S ; (KctLo, ;?lwiiiV, aud KilBjMtaliow to Us euladej,) in 1' : ** |, tt1- ./ #T JACKSONVILLE,

7 he "jj Onieiis*, **f*. 0, 1 863.I I ofjndiana. FfcJi quantities an nuiy be from time to time rmuin-, I
S ajid on Km.li tut ab'kll IHJ Jvaitfii itoa the
d-ij-n by eniliLaHditjZ nvs itHT HICUTCP
.1.Thd1't k, ar1at1QTtt' Union Com-I .1 ) I5 -- j, r-r olllcer, fjr n ,vTiiRM 5-, If!
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intU : i I : / .5 S Ul' ni ,,.. 5 ANIiO1S ANI) UIJA 1X' !;t 5 5 Ono of the '
inSi.. Tiuvjllo was nioLUd byrlDLt .Largest
'!Iv homo October flu lIMiS. "Td'lio; ioHvtnd:
i-pinmcncimj tJ the
; DemcxjraU) ; on lbe29U.of; Auust. TheyMi" i In Circuit Court Florida. United fcitw tronps at Atlanta Ouurgia, 'Savnnnah, I S ,- AN'PI'I'iRS?

1 theY vanM1 t -Vash lheir hands in my (lt'oria: : lluntrvilie, Alabama ; Ja Bf.nvie, rIiritt.1'J'i't1l"t t 1 :, I : S : : : _a

'ud would have my\\ta.\ lliej' leveled j:.,MIitJrlibt u. Cueri it'irfiiij-on Aiicnc C rsTV.' will I Is. ma'lim in

bttio4, .fcAadU.revanniifi3) torches 1 1gallcr.v. S At the J'all Term ihen-oC, 4.. i>. 1SG. : SELECTED
th1 r at ty Govern tnut Tiuids Monthly JBEST every other SATURDAY
atlhc ,
in thtlnuM
I wRnt Andorituu
Iuvil; (U.
SBa ISBB'' BAC HS-AHAif IBS Throng 15il' can be given for Freight by this KM to
r* .Apuii7'. deli and llidi ; _
upon very nocrj'Uuwu lo Iii Jins.lrd t M. C.tuflWU1&J Tlu: I'mbyUriui Qiurcli of|- uadu'ayuuu, 8l1'i Z1141i.ed L'r<> n>*.ulK." ; JUtcr C7iroj. r Via by any tlktr JUK.llaU .

jiljiUufc OaineM-ille. Florida. j S lfH.. UAY -. for mnuiiin-mcnt good la enU f.et.
11u04 IIJO Icnuiooo ; 1 1 to the Ccurt from the of tlie per
retuni writ
appoarius 2nd
a&ttId; 1t1ies ti. lUo 1nsi1ant i j j ol *nmmon arf rffftnileifluiti, .hi Raid rUC tli.it the S S vtiiig Cliiel S <'. H.: Dopt.Llcm., ul 33din tlie ltiuthi.t4 inlry. aint* and Oils of cM: Ii.flds Of the above Article ever brought to ILls i 3I.uWt, Fur Weight Uigv goods Kbipmcttts 7i ernU tpecitl per IOU contract pounds.cut bo u.sdc.

14dicr to-iiigliX. Thy!* y the | .-ame liax not been exocutod, breaut iiai>l ourir4tion SelL ., ,; : w S ;
thQ cojtKwrixo or
tb defendant have foiled to elect ofliut-iH upon] hoinMrvicc S S .rlsz4Gx
iniIiia hill ia sure to.i>JM5. < ; can U- made or if BO, bfcause $:il t.t t offi'x-rn arc .
ML4ly ness, bovvn-tlmiios must be imknovrn. It i tbcrefurn onlcrvd by use Court thit the OITII-K MAKSHAT. ,OF TIlE UNITED STATE*, S "* Te w, (Tbffoos, Sugars, Cigars, Tobaccos, Fir t Cbto from JackwmviUeto New Yotk.... tl$
7V >rTOF ?i Di-Tiurr
FOIL TICK I-"initinA. *
OF SVjcun.1 I'
LriJttstac; Trvasurer at $ U-tpndantB aforesaid, the rrtwbyteriair Uhurcit of U jinfvilloi lT. ..%I'IlL 1t1NE, Fh. ). ,11,5 Tar Pitch and 'S Candles Yeast Powders IS "** It OO
( HoriiN,do appear and 'dob-lid tlNtMiUl.ttcliuii, S I, 1'f. Turpentine.-; Soaps, Insurance hy Ibis line one per cent,

rcvkuItiuzA : foil and proceedings MI the ensuing term of lIIIJ Coin:, Monition and Citation. ,:'.S. ? Syrups,. Vinegars. Starch, &c. Agent in Saw York J. K. ROBlOlT5.
boiuloi waitOioUsokts Uwa UpC.ltMl ill Losn L4 tug the Fall Term thweof, and Jhat tliis order bepu >- I 171 Chamber. rtrA*.

A which toluwo can Wfcldl>iwJ for cx- 1 fhol once a mrck for the cpaceot two montlm in tho.oCutial lit. tlic I'itfricl i'uurl uf Hit 'r. ".,for f4 cit<>rtlirrn UitInct S J-orfurlbtT partkularsnquire of U. B. Ca1,
tu ..- of the, Fifth Judicial (Circuit of au15 Cm hay street,JaetUoavtlle.
uewpi p.ipvr f J'lvriiln.IS Kaistus Salt
;11eat1ic1' and Steiuu Lard Oil Kcroacno Oil
1'lorid.i- J. ]I. GOSS,. Belting Packing ; ,

Fvrt. ,i1-4iiu 'jJAflVbr.eO lA-ijitilativo J Wean Judfe of UK5tb hvlieiiilCireuit, I'la.s ; S ADMIUAI/TV. S Molasses, &c., &c.
with tho Prctidcut to- ept2 Im S Th United Htitr SI CHANGE OF DAY.
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g&9L ht1 interview < STUVKrf, ,\NIJ H()!1.U\V WAUI;. TIN WAlIC: STOXKV.KK tNDCLOCXLTtY ;

iay: 14 J4i-11* l fur ud against natraU-d tho IvuKltt at NOTICE.. S The ttabuunrr r*.Mnwr! lioatu, I I lAbel for I S \o,15iEN WAUK AND AVlLMW.'VrAKTi S s.,: Corn, Flour. Bacon, Pork, Butter,Lard, UNITED STATES MAIL
JUI WW TnckU. ApiKtrt-1. Furniture and j Kitu-Htt.1 FcKtiTiue.Carpo .

MjQM lulltf h* SIX weeks after d.ito I will apply lo ti. 'i'lim. NV. A eoitt-iiUinti 1 1 Ki r IOIH ot j V5.E.Siiihifl; 1i1l surlies])[ ; l 11J]) (Jljnu.ljar.y"iii-ill( its Cheese, Mackerel, Hams, Meal, For Palatka East Honda.Tovcitiira

Thedelc"ati< n thinks that the state Governincnt AMU,J misc. of the County Court of l nril; County Old Iron I, 5 S ; Hominy, Beans, RIce, .
Federal soldiers *,r letters ol Ailnnnintnition, ite Intuit nnn, on tlii; I'urhuuiitlnan Attachment or \t zi l-iit vf An ?ft ainlMuniliou brale1hI1.) S S 'S iRV'.T3WICK S
cin j 1tuett i'.sif.Liit Ui
hauB iioluOil im-judiLt*,. would l.ytlor. mami Aug. 29. 6w \V1I.MAM 11. crjlUY. ikllvrrt-d, I ile I1I'nlW'ZIt f pnbliir notice to all pem,', 5 : OHARLE4 A. FAIRCHILD ARTS rKRXAXDlXA,.74cX.WVrII.z.L
$ sitecuil aii'l p-ni-rn.1, und do tnionUl) and l cite them nti'l ,
tail the Indian S 'ui! of th'-in l.OIIllIig the Uorwii'l >cliooner Hail, bciliout Condensed Milk Buckwheat Hour AlfD P1COLATA.
advit-esthat | ,
><_ i NOTICE. ., t.-ictlf, upparel and cargo or knowln. wv having '
FGUbkIL.rtt4 WArkwinas, otigiiiatod j i anythinuto say why the Kime-cltould nt he condjus S 5 5 5': 1. .Reod's: Block, Bay Sti'eet Apples, Potatoes, Onions, Pickles,

ld11b'4Wd a 1 ag wagon witks aftprxliito I will Apply to tin- lion.V.. .%. lortVitcd nccording lo the prayer of aM Libel : that ; Canned Fruits and Vegetables
SIX they lie;iind appi-ir: U-fons the .iid (hurt, to be held ut4hu ,
-an, Jttdprot;the IVwmty) ( out of Pine! twm- '
nuwvr..telJI4. J-for Lutlt.T* ol AdinraiMtnition, inititumi, onllie icily ul ick.ijMvilf.! in ami for tic wild northern 51Y .S JACKSONVILLE. of all kinds.
; 4.tWriItY duc4Je tit thtiiting Ute of Huiah Curry, tieviiiml.Aujt ilintritst Ftcrida, tit elt-\L-ii o'cliiek in thp- forenoon (It5iti.iitY S : .
laws, 2M. 6w WILLIAM II. CTiiY.! : the .SKVliXTH 4liy; of JJJSCKMIIKI:, A,. 2 5 I 1 S '
comiuition iorof 1): IStiS, (;l:thc wajiie xh.ill br ii day of..Iurt.lirlion,, S S t ? 't. SI S S A LAUliE ASSORTMENT (iF'Willie
h &e oilier ffi on, the .nest ds.f .hiriAdiction tlirrcannr; S : TJ1E NEW AKU XXKOAXT OTJ5AM PACJUCI'
QUytt futarrnry vurv8 upth4h1riiig In the County Court then RU.! there lo interh.u'ca| i Inim an-J make, alleuatioiu
11t.neL wa that()f.LUiutt, and answer unto the KiU'llant in that l.ehalt., Wooden
at tast'
:Lho c
Lieu WAX. L c, 1I S Lizzie
wlatme irwui8 wH i Ufeod for Uos- FOR MUVAL COUNTY, VI.O1UDA. A1.KXAN1JKU WAGHUliKU, I r? Baker
Twuncm-cj MaiVanl of tlic United Hutlor -;* ,
thia. ruling blulilarfltLTtguting J I). MlTCHKI.L, .. 1 UIdi .
1MtLpiPbc., tha r, lr'EMI ) AtliUl1)p by the Northoi n iuitiiet i of Florida.I .
nulliuns..ofI10W dvUrt, r*. > inent. Sinn woj n to iiieJJiPOLBos S CINISTtS DV CAPT.
$ j ; 1iifty U. DKNNBTT: SJiuudrtL'doIJ.tri. I? Ii.; AKDUKAVS) MIKE USHTA,
file the War Doi-artnu-nt, arc -15 Acting U. S. iJisUii-t, Atioriay. scplD Ul !
on < Kotiee hereby grven of the wniinenceinelit of the I UUCKETS, TULS, L'liOOiW, ic Will kaTe regularly far the above place vmr"WT incaday
iiortii. above"nUtUs*!suit- The J-lefulidaut. and all other J iT- morning,>t 9 o'clock. R.turniij, will learn

'tt tt-41t (leo L1)ft4tY ItU1tttVQ UJ.LuLwun the 1'&t.iI1L the- .- interested plead to'the lnratioi in the runie filed, are in lhi'Wris4'noliliod loolid ipjcar ,-FRANK E. LITTLE, FOR i COUX MILLS, Baturday
I () HOKS, OAUUEX UOK-. every tTeninarriving at SBvaaiuh cv rv
i F. 1, FLKMIKU,
th.IWilwnl 'bUtUd l t1ut1'*. ]* kwl givui i iiliwr 1ST O XA.. H. Pt.TDIIcJ S Sunday morning.
$ti4)t.) tiW ;Att'y j'r This boat has large and airy state room aceonodAtxxi
.rut*> iuu ru.fcw m loruli tif and conjludod ; : S S jS S for passenxers.

to, Mtruit iiencr l.VMuai'Ui furnish In Circuit Court of Florida. UlTllX IN' Till. JiANK KOOM, .S f p II" 'S Stone Jars and Jugs 'For freifcht er passage, apply at office, on FlotiUi.Bteam .
.5 5 't'l-'C'
wbftteqvr (Z'U eru tjiuary to niaiutaiu S CoiinTof laj nnil (lecan Hlrrrtr, Ja'Lnufll i1a. S S SS ; packtft wharf.or to '
.. u&i FofuTii JfiiK-iAt. CiHrtrr: IIUVAL On yJ.ib.t'4 K-j.-ti: tf 5 S cLtuuonq k CUNNINGflAM,
ics tlLtlIlU OUOKSocrt II. lloeg > Agents t 8 T*aimh.IM.
i-ieiu L1JQUL1 AtntatJach.oni1hle.
i-raiuL-nt.! i S
tary of AVr for iidditibnal Uwps *hcn nccossa- Gi-v& c 1>. Jdiller, (.ituc | .S AVANTED TO KENT.Aiuiumodiou. \ Full Assortment of Seine and Net TwineOolILa's 5-
aibervvMirJs viwtod tioncralCjutnut 1>. Milieu Agent tar
iv. i'JUo ixumiU Jt. LeIiinutii.AiinistuHJ.owS JohQ'J| S S .. Dirtllitif: Jlouov. ty u g-juil; 1 tcimnt S Aacs, 50 No. 10 Ploughs, Store V. s. MAIL
r ;a-J,. Mi'ttinii-r C'-allutiii, | I'oieciorairvJuliii iekin.es.ldresn and Wharf Trucks, Wheelbarrows .
hAtLM IDJJ .t AY. d., Uniou Offiee.
tJ41qwn* ) M. Lfhinati an4 Otir ot and Grindstones
thtu OJL LcgIb1ature': ICIiaflei-. MitchelV.. St.Aniitnd ; Jju-k.- nMllc, Ai'; iith Sx> t ,

thtii1 aulhonaiH ThoinaK Jl.FarUivr. Li'ofti1I
The .*doina busincs* un- 1 rbMiccn: \f JO KEGS OF NAILS.:;
Uo --t3ot s v iUbtut1 I" 1JorLza ut Cuin. k'r the linn nanie nn'l Mylv j A BAKGAIN.T 1:. II. KI1ED.: CHA. L. t.i1tlK

ciwuid tlifi-civil authuiitks, <* "Chiitfee, Ht. Ainajid A |I ICroft' '

and BiiOkiont iorct; will iioiui'.tthhed to acxumj.1h i iJ COXXKHoflvri ii, IA-HW ur Stll! hu Ilutt-l, ntI.tvi' HEED & MATHER, :b51.cEIv'8;! Pare 'A'j'e flWIAY'1
t bavin? K-cii wade to apjuarby due pixx>f t Uit thor <>.ik. Ix-afc for ten )pirs, with nil outfit.
euch purpub. .] | Ont million tw htt,41rt4&UiLUiX11tY Llfl.PUSUUdliuZ1i X. Ix-Uiiiau Otis I. Chafli-e. ilitih'ul. bt. Aiiuuil Ali miilding. And a full Assortment of Liquors

ft,-4ny.W,t1ittrn11'tliu-Itit- | iaaH 11. Crofts, reside out of the fctat? of Florida. \V1i'/n. ale and K'-.til S L of all kinds, DRLIjTGToCAPTAIN
aid that the ordinarj' pruow Jl lair raunot Im .- 1Ua81. ,, : .' 4. ilpuit Uu lupUoii of Ik-u. 3!. Aiwltvwrt Kr'j.,fi Also other Articles too numerous to JACOB BEOCJT,

i. ;nitutaii, lliiM.-ock'lind: Tn i y uui1ituttid lIiitur Oumplaiiiant( it u: unk-riil that u Jietriig, on CorrAUK,' admimMy itUiti"d AS'ta lion e 's 1 Booksellers7"lI.Lknii I mention, all of which 1011 bo sold
Chief the f.t'Lt rhanred in the Will- had tli I'lK&'TilOXIlAYof $ Iccn thoroughly refitted, in again
> t.vG n. JJyvrj on. KAVJXG ttlaceu
(.cYurt4f Jnjuiru ) liii the winter inuiiLli.
the ( : >-|>cii< !;
DKCKMUEK, A.I). IviS. low for cash. old route between JackaonviHa and Katet-
-Unlinum Ott cbarg liwught 1-y Uio GouComiiuttcu. It ii fnrt Iiwr ordei ed thiil a eertilied copy of t Ii i ia Order 3 mill. Auv j'.irty tl.ttinu,; the BUIUC fur tbtnipvlvc* or S\\ ciII.I.ltlth on haii'l, .iiLuwrr J'ni-thm S i l>nc.stopi/ing at all intermediate point*, leaving JackxonviUc -
gt.ioua 'J.'iiy v<>'tirt convenes }u. puMiflM'd me a werk, cwi.scuiitily, l UiJtokr filth. hOrn Dio 1dte liereof In the }inritLt Union." III. Jtation'-rj' Moniir morning 4 o'clock, arriving at JSaterprte ft
i A. A. KNIfJirr: Aug. ill 1m PRiTjN'G! ( o'clock P. if. Ketnrnins win leave -Enterpria* Wed-

ATLANTA, tSh.tcinVf"'DThC ntgro nicm- Circuit JuJuritli Jndieial Uircnit. 5-- 5 11 0 OAR. ( IA ()OL JJ 0 OKF, Ar., Jjr- S maday morning 5 o'clock, Palatka ThnrwUy morning T

fc o'clork. arriving at Jacksonville 1 o'clock P.ll.
hers 1a1Cy diaro1 Incgib1 ve SlATE OF 1'LOIIIUA, } LAND FOR SALE. Je.. 1'Piflt' ihk. F'Li., July 1, 1JS.( tl win aL'o make regular trips to Middleburg every FlU-
ro1et, .uirc&.4 t hc Sjoiket t'td inei1i8eiter 4 1 ('nin1ynfInt1. S Watches and Jewelry. DAY, loiviiit-!JacksciTiUe at 8 A. M.

a stikrnn prot(4t I f 1 t\t hereby certity that thi- foriuin?isan Lrlii :&nil Ior1 Voln-'H iITIiiy. lu-iT ?%eW PitijTnn rim! tvitinn$ two JOhN ClABK. Ag-nt.
t1e perpetrated on their,1 ut tojy i of t'ac ori iual copy 110W oi liir in this uiliec.ClIAnLis iJS" t1' iiaxisiil'lc water, a tr.'ictol a'm'il io"ntixFIllSTCLASS : > CRAMS July T-tf Ecctf s flTUari; JacksonTiUe,Ka.S. .

r r'ajS'tiiiitihc 'trfri ajpiiciil ut tlip, '" S Clerk Circuit Court L.Iu'd UATHKli l Coiurty.fKpt. S : : 1IA5LMOC3LAN1] >. BRB. I OEO. L. PECE:,

S tinc*'th Cics. Tho protct j!?** ;ineI ) ytwCXty$ L IW-S. Snj. CHEAPEST
o'iil I Is 1thi> \inJt-i l.n,,I nidi I t nt.ili, WATCII-5LVKBU AM> JKWEL11V
rncn'bcrs aii twclrc 1e- __ The :i 1 jctaulilituuii' : .paf.,. U MAIL :ROTJTE.J. : .
4 1 :nid i* 'liniralily ailipkaJ to I Ihr jiroxilli I '.1 l VMI 11-1 .iufiNI ,

i UUilU k" *emters j \.fc-v mpaiI liy a dematid1htfl1ejotebt of I: '. NOTICE -* > RKMl-TKOl'ICAL( FRt'lTS"VS'ill J KALII; : J;; AND I !l I WEAX STXEET, .
the Ji/umal -
Le entered

thoMIuief (' whicb Hie llorist uppn rciusnd to jcrmit. I IX week.- alter dak- will ': tppy! to the lion. "XV. A. ] licM>Mcbmii l"rca.sh.i'j !ly ;st I Hi-, .4li' I : THE NEW Sf SPLENVIH STEAMER

ptcrol'crll.llioSfpiirci'atsed 'a resolution hi- Melx>aii, .Judxe of tlir Coiiuty (Juiirt of lMivil, for Aupu.-.fJl IfFOll JACKSONVILLE. FLA.RKti'ri _

gIving tBc"nogroes'ohLoar to hako their JuctUrxol AdiiUiiiHlrutioU, tate FAMILY GROCEflIEZ : b5
ol ilorrii. Elirlich, k'cci'et.
dcfeflMi On the QtKtiwi of cl< n>ility. 3Ien- f Antf.2:, 1MW f.w II. A. D7.YAL1KSKI. SALE OK KENT, ..------ --,
hers jarticiLtiXlg aye&H6\'cd thirty rainuUstoTto

coneEiaodm the aiscms1on.Thimpresskni Q VEI'tL cloi J !> TKXKHKNTS AXlKUOMS ) hiNlibi:
; cay was j FLOniltA, liur.i! Cua-ify, .- To li IMJOVISIUXS( ) T1IIFLIJRII3A
OF 0 Very low, in g is that the nirccsxill IK
jncligiUo l>y a snoH majoritjSiptcuiwr j oi! in the lixuite of David Cnnpbell, lute of Kiid r-jnnty C. IJ. WILDT.ll, !Mum fit. IALI'iE: 2 ,

1.-'Th&S'naW t> day declared den -iKol, inu tate. Wheruar, ai'iiiuiliou| h.. been S
l.v j ma ('amj'l'ullandrallare r.czrw. Jnclisiblt- anti ol aid di cw>et1 to Alexander 1. Cainptu-ll,of sjti-i county HOUSE TO 31ENT.
v of twenty-lour to clc-mi.. Cainj>bcll finishcd f Of JiuvaL You are iiei-bycited to app.. !-!*!tinCoun- i. JLw teen mated permanently on the river in eonnectkn

hie sj-wch in hie; Jcfciicc, abJ ii coiu-luMon U' Couil, lield ut J.ick.ou\illo1 iu iuidoonntyon A1UX- ii.al fliii; >-li''*llin I lloitwwith I'm.1 rconiB, SS with the Ikirlmgton, making8EMiWEiaci.Y
; certain but bAY, OCTOliOl Fittli, Jl. !>., l&OS, at Ten oV.ofk: A.M. .1 two Htury, uu l-'tirfythi' ,.ln-i-t, neIL U> J't.Jlartri'lL'cV \VIUTK t'ixi; LtJNE1; Tiars.
caJhat! he knew his doom was j jflainfl"thciijjht if luivc. ''n-t srrantins the
to bliow CSIUHC, any von ap rcr.iiit-Brr. f'-r further ivuticulnr; inqinn- She with leave Jacksonville
( lo enter a respertlul jirolost; at] anno. 1). W. DAVIS, tJUHU MOKXlf every WKDXE3DAX
at U o'clock
thlfpeupcr'timC- The protest gt'Cnnijil>cH! and ; Audlhe aid Aieuiuder U. Cumpucll iniietebyUinii' III IT Funiituix4 toont iiuar ikiot. S HUULI.S, OA1S7'i big iiU o'clock; arriving;at Zalatka XJIUKSDAY Atmn-
\\ar.io( WTO 'rta3 l,>v Jho 5onato and entered &H 1 this t'j ;ive t'tutioc public once notice a week thereof for six by siifcc puWinliiiig>Mve week111 a ropy S 5 vD lWECI'sI" ; P 1 U I X Tl I N'Ois 0 1' ? ( Ins returning at o'clock, win leave Palatka Euterpriae every 8UXDAY So'ciock.P.M.i ,

) : f. die new lumper ctlled the Florida Union, publiolied in band vlcctcd t-tork t ; every ilOJfDAT arom atBa.
S,1.S For Sale. constantly on a vi > I o'clock,arriving at JaeiionnUe at 1 o'clock. Ii. "If
: & r J.ukKou\ille, in aid county.I tItUS ino'it nimpleto Jind extensive and Jewelry, an-J all other artih-s fax time to couuect with the Train for Bnvannah ad Tal
a em
tli of AnUKt
Witneafi ollicial ninturc, tI.U 'J l.iy t I.
tny )
*Dually kept l by the trade, which lie oil >r* to -puMir LLiLS.SIkD.
ltL-1'ho 1ep'i'Hcftns !; JL. n., INW W. .%. Mcl.L'AN, S TinC 3 $ !ii.>"iMT Yavlit "KMUT,11 lir, ton, X. M., printing cstablislinicnt In this city. In at rejiicetl pricun.CU1LERY .For further information
.tjitper apply
ibu U'st iualeriiie tlioroulvly
!!l tf2Jew County Ju-l- built at >:IMMIU in Lo'Jti of :
haw iinninafMWm. Gluflin for (lovernor, und I found m fail,, ,igni jncljurtibl-:, water ua.->UfrtiWn > addition to ourGordon's CLAILK;
fcrnilnrc, &f, ctmiiiletf ; ian jiifit n-tnnu l from .ALSO
J. rjh1uck<"r Licuttuant Governor.XnfYvWi 3-tf
| NOTICE. NEW ..&genLWM.
ADM1NISTHATBIX a voyage to Key 'VrVst ; nin |be even nt Pt'-vrns ship-l
; $'SojHf-ml Ji 1'helan A: ItaiQer'ii billiard factory burned 1/ow hondtud thourand dollar Many woikmen of l)uval, will Hell at public aui-tioii t.> llu; lii Ucstbulder iulv1 tC U'.x-ls' liluvk, Uivi.lr"ct \\ ; liUc: tin-, inctlioil i>! infcrniint our tlmt Lave STJ.TWSERY, GROTFiIi:
VV we
nttcnor, anJ the pubhu i-onvrHlly
In front of th* County C-oilrt liniMinsr, in the (the only one in this city) \vlncu enables ,
have Usai thrown cat
) -r l.'i.;; -'rtic Bteainshiji (aiding Star *blTi.MHKIL. next rti uin-4 ttc followiu lU'ul Jink'tvflu S I SCHOOL NOTICE. BRACEWELL & CO. is to execute tho iiner- descriptions of 4.\1) A VARIETY OF OTILE& ARTICLES, 2 WATCHMAKERWZXT

Irinjrs adiici* iif a t Tib'rt eartliqnuke in 1n-i l.d-o1.eity ol ""' &i.titC (4 AU'xanJtT Jlulni* !1.- P. JOB WORK, with neatness and dis- S AH kinJj of repairing June at abort notice and work
Water. Jt 3v'o. tlnrtj'isht O'o. S*>.) the old stand of C. J>. Oak Ocean '
varrantcd. At
(x&i-e4: to-wit : : ji. i. r.\iiini.T. win t1I'fl in-r AIK> .I..II ; TOJacksonville
id ikia,4n': "I'n y-Hwthonftind lives were tuaU-doii the WcHiern eurburba of bjud city o! J.i'-k- Miss! flKfiT MVXUA )' A.V XKrTt.MTiKK, at )IH.Imullit'i'V to do..u Geiir'inl! nimistiiou Biwinu.5.: patch, wo Imvo recently procured a tzect. A. H. Recd'a Building Feb. 3 If cnw.rIN

lo* end kbncitins dost(roved. livilU )Said sale l<* 1*: made lor llic paj tutut ol dctI.i icaiilriKX1?, ccmirr III 1 'ii'nl "nil the struct we itul J. I' l5 ucEWEi.l..litoof Ikjllvillc, Floriti.'II. UAJtTnIDGE'S.
SLoXIk J1AUY .TANK IIUUIIIS, .' .linin' .- the hl5itMhl| l Cliuivh lot, Jl.LC.iL'Itlt M. FaAI.tL01T, from Cju'ncJ' Floftln.UB Bwcx, Bir mszr,

1 j.u'k--onvfle. Auguct la, IWi* Au-iUHt 1 >, 1 Hi1T1AVK Kn TO-Me sr J K ll.irri.s &j'o..JT Hot-par, HOE'S RAILWAY PRESS,

) 10.-CuU tiJ6i iitcuc8 4- 5- S i\.|., J L AltKarlin,ilcwra. D vWnou it Ixve, ,Quiu- J. J. HOLLAND Ka.Y .

ttatc (hat Italy at-ks rianiv to withdraw her of Florida.i cv: JklcHars. Munroo, Maige A: Co., tit-o. lJumoDy Jli.fu Ewj., to bo the best style of
lln Circuit Court 'tiiiIahiau'te ; bamuel lulcelmi, lloiiUct-ilo ; acknowledged lL'ECTFULLY informs

trn4a igati. i :EE3MoVI. iJickeoii. Ma.Iiuon ; 1) Jl Jaokeun, Measr'i J J IolUlll| E'owcr :Tress In uso and are now J.l 'rifle and 'ncthity.that he the baa citizens of Jactatm.
,$ 1'JU- 'iot.jrLi. irriwsd ItlH Jl I.II-IXL CllKX'IT, If I.ztbv1h Cwn V.W. ACt>., lifllviUe ; U It Munrue, J.i1.| i.alie City ; 1 I A J I'oihtll), E.q La1441 Ji' sup, t'la. to execute all lands ofPRiNTING as
CLuzhiuveniig.ctItu1ILr Uallnntinc, i I" CilLn.ry. ,iviuovint fi .m my fvintvi pUuc t-J (!hit r .i- (i. orsu 1'owfll 4.'iicluHii .Cudt ill ruticivi'- iiryiupt&tlviiliun.Stri : tr. UjWlU be happy to receive the prtroMgc .f la
.-It k rrix>rt j thai spain aii4 Jf;>Il to tin-ante oj. old friexuhi.sad many new oaesBn wish to have thea
S lull kir Divoire.It -l attoiiljun given watches carelulty
Oooizo \V. JJallaiitiue repaired and guaranteed sad LOM

in COM IbI4) of a European vifcaaidJuwpbl war. Tho fiUTuwn 1 nsurgents 1 tonic ** .n.' j IIUH p 'arinKliykufliciciU.ln.t-u liW in the u5 prwuf ioe cntiUeJ that u Court.bill tor, by: l the li- Iii I1c>lia, ; jlii$1iil'$ All Kinds of Country Produce."c JOB that the last with forty his experience yinrs in this H country a practical and Watchmaker Atrape, he will tor

liar niitit i tho said dalen.Uint, aiL l that } be able to gne full *tisfeetion to all
ajijiuired in th} iiounUiui- about Honda.JlATixjia.JxiAemUx.lJ.rr'J''lM 4i4 vompluinant who. aW mod
I" llililf'ts
F.iird.is i-twf aivl b.VTi1 r/uiJeJaiiV.- "
I tIt- MU Uuil$ of tho : Jl. JJUliv'e, jr., ihiti'piis t< iij l-tiMtiivM. 1 hd.ill ouiibt.intlr keep a lirtoUJJ'.l Roet.and l4i.t llio suidllust Civril to the :
mo!ion of coniplainanlV'jliciUw, .-i,(lii?or 7>iT (kit1s/U at .tt'I Or". i'oiu largest Iycar. J5527.tf
tujjl-rwwwi (ftft,lLo; J
buta >Vcuih-gdT UcLi'jal* .Lapsts ind liouillaLae5 lie "ai4 bill l be luid Itcfore ihc naidCouit, oil 'itomlaj', DOUKS. SAK11, ni.tNl .NAILS, Poster bst? manner -

nuiTtnderud. The ic.bciwore alia do- the 2-a (lily .fXovinlxr. A, II. !*( of at flurni.S thu CIILItfluu.e KITKNITUUK. I'UAll'8. Soil at Cost sliorttibt tiirte. increasing the speed E1EESH
UKfaM ,
ill Jacksonville in county ) .t. ILLISN i'1PJ HTUXMVAHK,
fc.i4 tia1igule nd at Twlda .General A. A. KM01IT, Circuit Ju.lj"-, HAILTIWAItE, lUUVIH, Uu.iuc.-ji. we decrcasQ Uio vust, and,, can thore-
inor.lcr lo uGAflC our S
H < t Jfoartli Judicial Circuit. r1NvA iF:. OKOCJCKKV, J. 1'. BUACEWELL & CO. fore, furnish better work,at,ft' ,
}aug li -u S OLARSWAKK. KKllOfSlCNli IlL, 2S Lf Uuiun lluiMuig,JackJot'villc, FU. GARDEN SEEDS !
Tim Two LenierA1M1 Cuudidatci. 1- : tWEi. PRIOE ; 1
rw11E :r
koiatrthA well S UMINISTItATION, 5. n. Flinn no lotijrf r in my cnij-Ioy, bot 1 have anvsixjncncrU
known ;
corroKjiundontwriirs andS GREAT FOll SATj; WHOEESALE OR RETAIL

uf tlii-of "tho fuelin U- t.o11CE; : iii iulciy: reii that'.it WoJe..by,t he I'kh than any .ot1iet ortic-a in Jav'ksonville.ICttCrIIfl$1hig.i5 ;, AND DEAUJR IN *

t&iL.I. : day ol titptcmW next,ttpplicatlon will bo made to 'KELU15LK: TIS'SillTH, C. I: '

tVO nraLc.tidid&k : the lloituniblu.Judge of 1'robato t'f Duval county for .inydtTU "nd ehulj uwnuiictnra Tinware ior the tr..tu! There is dear and < >.c'lltlie IU1 Jitnte of henry Wilton, lateoliwid $ JJill DeadsvJjallT
a nearlyavowedonilict tUtdebts thi-rool torn ork, JiWJHXti. jai'.i IJIIXG, JiUUflXU, General CommissionMercliant ,
l>cU 1'- to the tmdo. ci(s, ro ni:nipiiqs,. Plated "Wares. E. P. WEBSTER'& CO
i'rancM I'.lilair tho Att'y'in ttft of E MOiuney,.Muunliitnitor. S
I ,
I No. k '
l> .August 1)ib 4w ., SS : JIoeg'B1o Bay % .Dil1flttittl JJills Circulars
noewtio c&ndidxteiar Vfco iVeaident 8eyraoMMnrirts *. j. 1 i )' jo, ((dill Sc/I jbi' Cash ,

of ; like irrilliam 'Wmllaco, thaiV" S. will y, tase.jutntly my 1ri'es'Ihl! always be frniTnl at S Tn voices.) icedsCards, JJ. HOLLAND that, having would bought respectfully out the interest inform of the C. Wholesale and Setatt

man tho rcaruylrania Dcmatf&tur Ftat&COfluflitlfflv AI41S. tlie'lowest nuti-h. < 'SS -u-. I ,- '" A-C c, in the late firm of C. A..Caw Si Co,he will

>that hi "friends" thall "defcnd I j S SI ELUIUKI. Hour IIUDUAIU),, > HIT old friends and the public 'jrc-iii-rally,1 would [ BilLs Lading, Receipts, 5S t Ne all care and diligence to Ruatain the reputation of

nothing," but fiKX-ially confinethemsd few UcxaygcTations } iloorn west 01' F. P bWc, ,l5iy; ttrwl, JM'k.,oti- T IUUHIIIIHW that I tip nowopcnin;! aiU roriHtantly rujcfjyliij -Posters La r31aiiks :: the old stand for Belling

about tltfvnatroual dubt and tho re- i NOTICE v !V, noridi, Aiisurt ti; 1W:8.: tf ii complete"and" wlift.i'tock o"( '''* ,: Jt iGOOD ARTICLE AT A REASONABLE PRICE,

tuhing t&iationwhUij ir-inUits that the __.___._,!_.___ _;T __,__ _TS._ :iUY GOODS; .tt.L't' .- I sJIEAIYMAIE .i placards, Schedu- doing Good Work, nil dealing: honestly and feiriy with

only iwue u tLocrllird of tho act* of reconstruction I X, mi<1by virtue oi u 4leXCC,3U4o by the JIon.ITiruit IS. S GLOTHING, S ie Invitations alL J. J. H., would also tate that he bait amociatod
A. 1'utnain, ..Judgenod Chaacdlpr of the ( ?, SS
and that it i is e-njplc absurdity to at- : CV nrt, lor tli'i EetertJudicinI Clroirtt if Florida, Jr 1 DEUG STftBE.- : GlIOCEIIIES, UAIID-WARK, 5. whthhlzu S.

tofljtt$ to cieate tt divereiott on the matter of i Hcowuntyof luvaU' thothi4iiy vt April A-JM SI QUEENs-1VAftF;, SS .. Railroad and i James S. : -
h IStib i A c4-rtaiocause.pvudiii: in eui'I court, mlicicin BOOTS & SHOES Doyle, .
anee, Kn-cnbackiL or Ui,> unit ; C'i>uxr.u OCEJIS >xu 1'IItbYZhIK bTRIEL 5 t.W./'f' 5' st5
This ; ; ::44rit4a 1;. Urt Jter, it gompbimant, vna Cliarlw Will ;y HATS A'.CArriTKUNIvS' S S : :; ; Steamboat, ,. 5
conflict has bocwnb;So; broad; and bitter, iIi4 i 14.imInhIaroI Iefriwlitiils. r 1 ; Cg1ON\i.n:, vzA)111)\. S :. >oo bali long sastaiacd the rcpntaU; of a superior

3u : "JI( t.Li wild aulhi&t 1 twiLl t.i>oii e for wlet at public Auti"t>. vto tin liitfi- : ; : ; workman, anil conjpctcnt to conduct &business of this NO4 5
urp71 I t biddLT. Iheiv/orr in frout ot the Court lion*.! iu wild DU. l.liOni\SON.lia! witaVlUbtHl \VhvliM U> S V4MSI.b, &e. kind in all iu branches, "We gUll retain the olo agency 5 ., *m f'*,:
$ (14) 1e otmty.'on MOXDAT. UKVth day of DECKJITJElt,', ltvtaI.lrjjg) Kloivi'the alum; l.Llul.t$ ) l JL'VvV.aiu1 S (ifany: jrbquiiQ Si0f' ;aii.d 'fiycryViirietyof Ifr' S 5t S
S rstarid thocao, you havo only tofcoUoct lE-xt itrtwoen the usual hours of rtuv, Uiu luUowin:;!!<" -hm Vi iiev aiid well n sorted *tocU of \ ,i'l in t.H-, t CS thuui4ktpI'ina SS : Gold pens SAMMIS' BLOCK BAY ST.
;iiat Horatio Seymour'a advocates i icre fXiibcd UL-U l>tate, to-'U < iIiflj ;: ;;iankS,;1It rjriutei) ] iiiVovkmjin'likft.styieat t iipn's: ,
; 2 All UioiK t cvriiii a loU or parcel of li.ndanil ]>rorttt :Drugs Medicines & Perfumery 'Pirat plas Store,1 -/
nearly itt attack the wp /
opp-wod; toaw on reacts ultuatcMh an-l tn'li'5 Iu the city of Jack oiivillc, a ; thisi office. it this town and hall endeavor keep the beat as.ortTent .T1 cA-o.YYZ/zE FZ4.

tUnetructi.in licforo thb'lJcraocratie Nation- it tli* eoontyM ihTrtU.'nnd Slatr'of 'F1.priibtutt kown- wliicK'foe will ndlat'low jiiitt-K. (Weii'aijrcnitiJt fully 5 5 11 4abIdta biw been bohgiit$ with uaI'ft'rmo,tot i'\. /(**y Y r of table nod pocket cutlery in thin section. .
aI Cunruitiun They rozirdod these act$* as aid A cnbod UKWtfw-MBp| or |>lan nf,.nitl dl.V an lot Volicit v SS .5 Hoping to merit the continued confidence and patronage it 'f'
wwWIZtIlaf bti4htzat4ljKIlion rtinAlcrthJu,Uj t *n.'l >*>*' <*> *" JHock No. ,1'lIIllIO>, to bofound wi this m, rk t' S .: UJi '- '- of old cuittomorH and friends, I respectfully invite all tocome .5 .
ne aL Wlilrh naiil two 1ut He 2ttlKT,and arc bounded ou the : iibji s, PAX oji'. :KiuT. t Kit* I re iH.ctlully art nn'-cramlnat'on' of nw' istoct.tuo T' LS [* : and look for themselves. may 30 lyi Having uadcTamcgemeuUfruiualargQ Inbekqs-S frely 55 .uppZusd
and be urnod hi ossicoatingrtjry *> -t" '14.4
to overt no j> wrrtMdclVfffewwHl'atu1** <* thc north by Wonrnoekvct tf '

tie QuWl44t.aiofl war. Those .t id tu tho MMih by Adtnia.itroet.! lJuAl ot *iill il1eT the store IB clorfcJ nt iuiit. li-mjiu.. tUtirinj I (To; sudif fur! .m rclus "asl: order 'SEED WARROUSE .5 1
t ,
iedlcUcll .
d&'aratiuii gave' tcth-c&n d' Iu the rebel l umea rmg ad. alanlnK.Xa1c) Jlundrtd &ii4 uivv. .wih1phti'u : !- S

(tvafry; ( (|05)6vt) wiuarc vfl each,tihil.',, together with all nwlpinlar i "' : llinr the "Night Bell 5I S ,tlieir printing; New.'ZPwfa'j would.ajuatrwo. I NATIONAL we have the seeds put np for ear onra.tnde, Ub"nr
ocullv the ChatUston ?
Mrrrnry, -
> the tenowcnU, m-roditartcrft*. rlphts, pri11epcapd I Sa4they ciuitfill'their pztlbra tiii as S iMldrew on uvvry package. W*hsvtr natlo our&tun the
MkL4, ;;a Morf$ m yjyV>lt, | ppurt iaiMJ U Ihcuwtnci belonging or in anywise S
attcntlnt. ; 5 55 SAV1NSS
gctirornpt 1141
I' lhoqt4Jul J-nt 1 41114 tIo v onMrpVfnoiMi, rvHulf < 4h ; 105 S
wai' to 3cw Yort to eo Uw matter MipcfbUBny, ,.
< r and rfmaindt-n rents U. ues nnu profitu thereof' crN.: H. 1)r. liuhpiwion, a g1'alu4l4_' GARDEN SEED DEPOf
and to lull the hutnblo worshippers of i .. .1 .Si : PLTIINP'.OTBERS. h'1- S
c. 8. o( 3cfll'Si'flnhit; ; 1so, iflers cSI; ; S4jk
I ,
the rebel aiig'Ji-iw' .HpceUl'ilawttr ill Claucet 'A lli3rleIan and Vurx a 4Mritu ffowtmaflulaP- r
'IS inncrallVint
the vicinity July II tf TJ1K Grafton Company iJ' 5tJt I S S all kiuds of t azilen,Yield,an41ower s a, utaUe
Xaurin-Ucet, Cheapest and most 'Itarktla 1'alnt.in $5' -.?' (tilf. (
for oar soil and climate.,Therefore, heTIeandIOhdk
them -S TO
in deularuig tlifl reoonat ruction act"* 'KITKU' HTATKS ADVEJd.'lBKMENl'S, S '.1 J .. .1 1 '-. urn*: twoedswuIIat.m1Xd'11thtUt'i' Llnucet* d'-at; 'vpry: f einaU advance' on New; Branch at Jacksonville, Fla., the attention and orders of an Interested to havtef fend.
.rvoid. !'i York jand-'would respectfully w- .:. thirilens5 and the nsst kind. Yegetb1. -
S j prlcoa
'by '? T- .' -n "' 55 II.1! OrolriJt founder Ol'th'g olil iihl favor ; BAT
i- l. on, ( V1li br IS Tears ; 11 t t3Sb. STUEET.purihaae Just received the fijUowinf finrftlCiiad Winter ytet.
letter of LJi ZOth lotr { I : SII Grovc'stoch &' ,, Iibjhoir5r4qrs: ;; ; S S ,
of Juno anticipated the ]> Proposals. :ftWj' briown hou'o of 06'. r TJCt ing; -
01 Seymour and hiiwclf S It in of a light brown or beautiful chaealato.color/ and 'S rjii ]3UlkyiL ;: S
hia.sot : rnado the | : at teat rates, Gold, Silver
csndid&te for and iiitA I&z'Kjf,l>*f ARTJirsrjor riu-'buiTii, S KEff, FULUiU. CQ.r !1S <2 n bu cliqngwl to green,lead,stone,drab,olitte cream; .*-.;>>w Government Securities, 1 000 Papers Flat Dutch Tttmira,
I'rubiueut, Jwlinxl lo Ciufcr qrAnYKtiAktnI'I Oi-iitK, J JAUanU "' '" to suit the taste of the contiuraer. It Is valuable for W. L. COAX. 1 000 Purple Top Ruta Daga.

< i ; Oa.t tkjit. 7,1808.) --Tijas, ;Mortar/1 .. St.',Ji.'Y..'. S.. t ,., Ii.O'FQEtTE i Barns, l-"euijc .CHrriage "nd Car-maker&. Pahi, ,and WRID imizoi S t 1. U. Acting Caahier. l 600 Eel: 4' 5
Canal Boats
itf A
Mxleu-wnrc noutturtf'vlmpUment
received at the office ,
-- iorosAtkl will Utf
man a panv en ( EALIW ) GOD Siirring'i Rata Baf -
Erery day ) a ifi&ys $CU I Ilof i;: of lw Foist UoartpniuttUir,At Uarranc, Florida, $. VES.SEL8.AND: : SHIPS' -BOTTOM8- TreiuoVod : ,
the trcf'! > w (nyro until JJ M. KKITJKW111 2 ,lscs at which time .r -.w.-, '", h.'I has frolfld5t1io 'old 'jstaud. on. I %O Long.Blood and Sugar Beet,
Idij t 110fl sinkS "* rt--li"" 1 -
into hisMuL Jilair.locauso lllair tUey iU.by oiyuea.YorfuniidJln naUyial and : Tunvaa, Metal 'aud:.Wn lo, lUoftt, : Ho fear i iJwreevcaM rliflr t ii ttct CMhit & .' York "
/VViUor FJooMHl ('Manufacturer bar 5EarIy
!I 1REdtht; A LUUC1 L D t K JIUJLDLNIi'iIi the udmiratton of both 'riitJcs''!rind We1 prtwfV rcEs1y' fur 16e,1fli S
: in tcarin xm5 riienuwt revolting tog: populace. Jog luvd 6
lotion nt lilt record, and ho JLatlle him Lncauw'' ; J-mentio.uii't41.Uy. 'Ofn eUouU or tb ickilBituf tliiiiieirFiRiio.Jiulicvins puqMjHo U utuurptuwdi'fur-bo( danbdity elastieUy, hGie;' lbti : t'at rfls. 500 '' M Dutch ,
the rior Uu a .ueauLiful .
to thti5eye ,
e5V ; .
Le d ; and ndhciiYcncos. 1 bbl will supply A planter for rears S ,s t.h; Atf u.I u.
ilj' ingidli huiyhy lullinc; him that therej ur oq'hln to nen4.tati.4M 10 tICOt21 lt tbUOi* ut B (1ody to the Cat, twe Juv* paj.1 great, nttunliou to, to come.'f V1'* 11,1' 5 lu 'lip' : ; : D EDS, '500 44 Sugar Loaf I
flt1AZg rettu* thc*kits ln1a tyle that W conceded byull 'wlio t S iJ4t8'O5' LADING '
with Uio Democratic *Chc uiwai re mrugaenU for.blds Ac-> will k-cxatod. Iu v *ieu Uietn-to'be tILe luttidaomr lhino.Fuite made' \VURANTED 1ML 500 ; Locg Orango Carrot, ;
canra 1'roiiosaU elwuld be *n44r,iod; ]' r'lictIn1.tidg ;St They are entirely new Btylc with four round cornerlipavlly *,- 5 M &PPL1CATIONS S ,,300. .. :* OxUard, ,
enth } ; S 1 I jJ carved leg and Ii ry, I! &se richly, mnnldtid, nnd- oirubbv-c.5.5 ; Se.nd S S fora" "circttlarwliloU'-'" flT>Iea*,full''*"* I :'' OuthoSouth side m ?'i' ttvi'3'sj of Bay.Btroet i S .500 M Long Scarlet]Itadi.) S.' S
hfti.iM&Ij.iJ4lkl tj 1'zb' < flhht'SOU ttttNt fleW mlc atifl artion. The ''ion r'i8* purticu- j'.1iBOMEb'TAD'I .
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wul r
w yhItur i id 'ft FlJnt ; S < lard:' None penuinc unless bl.n4qlas tri lum4ifc.: : .. i. i *n ontttrri-ni OTT 'IM:'! 'lion 5 4. _I i55 .,s- ':.1
D&moclu Iair \n4 --a 1ido4Ul4 and 111.iadptahAftt to' iaseofevP -5i 4 DLAKKS :- : .,
Uw impulbirftpur.4Jt 5
rough 'h $ vnd thtttJre $? .i 'Ill .1rnajz tdITUR ir f Ott&iC55e*war AD: LEGAL

2ew Uimc Mtnf i iiork nraacticI; arj I. nvt:14.TthLSdc11.S" : L'4. tpi4..eptl3iw bIijl.9lcei4ai.: 1 .&' near Utegnve, corner Bay.and Laura ittoeta. FOR BALE AT THIS OFF ICE. S : SJCT of tie QOLHEH ItOlTAi: -

tliqoe, the other tbo typo of Ilil own u." st CL itOBU8ON. n
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-,\ .v : ; ifci sail halo been consolidated, in pursuance of the *nthority > ministration. But each office shall gfre nolle 1 1to en bohalf of fit* department the
| written -
consent and width Att tt
prvper ;
pr portKmate the name or firm of, ,
to the said Illinois and St. Louis Bridge and of
the londof tbeaald duUUer the dlttillef, rooUfler, vhgtosmta dealer er comptmader.wttfcthewordt granted the other of the rata it adopts, any thereby ratified tad
PUBLIC ACTS OF -*, who shall be resident * countjv an iidktoinz *' "wbolerale ** And the distiller uwnf.fl spirit M removed to granted
or spirits, liquor dealer compoundcr of or act of the general assembly of the State of ABTXCLB Vt ted Slates.
whi h Lbs dlstjflsisylq situ- tbscaa.aua7bsau&no the warehouse shall the first, eleventh and ,by an
wall of distillery on
liquors u knee
'iii of unencumbered real es- a height prater than fir* feet hall be erected or maintained twenty-first days of aach month, or within five days Uiasouri,approved March nineteenth, eighteen hundred Tho prepayment of postage on ordinary'letters In witness whereof I Ear* caw** ,

or TUB or' adjoining county, equal around th* premise of any distillery, *o as topryant IhcreaUer, enter the same tor deposit in ne i warehouse B.and it enacted sixty-eight by the: Therefore Senate and, H.mac of Representatives shall bo optional, subject to the conditions the Poet Office Department to U afe*?
The penal sum of laid|bond easy and Immediate acrt* to Mid distillery; ,- under such miss aad frfJation*, not inconsu- mentioned but registered 1 with th
VII on signature
as- Article
XJNITK1 Revenue of the Untied State* of America in Congress in ; my day and L
Internal -
ied of ye r taA
value said herewith
of th
lot or tract and every distiller shall famish to the assessor of the tent a* Commlsrioner consolida- aeor
buildlniaajh dUUUing district of the prescribe and said entry shell be in trip"**** **mblfld.That the company formed by this letters, and on all other correspondence mentioned written. -
appa as many keys gates and doors of the distiller may ; Illinois and St. I
t\iasKi) AT iIJ % be conditioned that In case y as may be required by the assessor, from time to and shall contain the name of the person making the lion Louts under the Company name and is style of the recognized and declared in paragraph two of the first article, it [e ] A&in. W. RMrDP
Bridge hereby
which deposit
or any pait thereof, tlmetor any revenue officer or other who may entry the designation of the warehouse in lull !
person with shall be
.'I'' act ; ; :; be totfviU-d for lie violation of be authorized t* mako survey or inspections of the is made, and the date thereof,and[shall be in form to be a coipetition by that name, the obligatory.ARTICLE
and to construct bridge across VII.
authority a
J1. (' : .d the obligators will pay the premise or of the content thereof; and said distillery mi follow*: power
Hdll enacted by the Senate Said bond shall bo in such hall be kept- always accessible to any officer or other Entry for deposit In distillery warehouse. Mississippi the river act opposite of which the this city is amendatory of St. Louis,, with In conformity all If, howover'the postage on any correspond- I hereby sppovs the aforegoing eog

* of the United State of -" Internal UercnUe shall person having any such key. Any person who shall Kntry of distilled splnti deposited by to and granted and conferred once shall bo prepaid insufficiently, it shall rievottholcss and in testimony thereof I haS
In the district.State the rights, powers
shall be _
ml.k-U That there : warehouse
violate of the foregoing provisions of this section in distillery -,
any of an by the several act of the general assemblies of the States bo forwarded to-its destination, bat seal of the United States to b. $
the ,
ditiledj! >irlt on which ? ,.Tbai cTeiy dlxtiDfr by negligence or refusal, or otherwise, shall pay a pen of on the -- day a tsiSEAL.
not tern paid. tax of fifty eusge in*the business of a dto- alty of Jive hundred dollar Any person not having no Domini -i:. of Illinois and Missouri to the respective said Illinois companies ana St.by charged with the deficient postage. [ .] Anzxij5,,.

&. '"0f gnltou, l* to t M 'y the aproval of hi* bond, cause to paid the special (a; as required by law, who shall put And the entry shall specify the Mnd of spirits, the the consolidation of which the and not Inconsistent Upon the delivery of any unpaid or insufflcicntly
hiring ijowoftMon Utcriof of the aaacajor of the dis up the sign required by this section, or any sign indicating whole number of casks, the marks and serial numbcis Louis Bridge Company was formed By the President :
the of the act to which this act letter of other insufficiently
nan houbc; ami thi Us on description, in triplicate, oi| that no may lawfully carry on the busmen of a distiller thereon, the number of gauge or wine gal!.nsand of with provision And That In constructing paid or any WILLIAM IL Siwsnn
ui c.ullif hvJeiiiJinhcrof apparatus, distinctly thorr- icrti&cr, wholesale liquor dealer, or compoundcr proof gallons, and the amount of tax on the spirit con- amendatory: there provided shall be further, of at least five paid correspondence, there shall be levied in the Secretary ,
I.eii.: |>robtwi; $ bull boiler,doubler,worm tub 1 of liquors, shall forfeit and pay one thousand dollaif, tamed In them; allot which shall be venfled by the said bndge clear between one. span United States a fine not exceeding fire cents, of State.Wsancotoc .
cixMUndrcBgUCbMiUM course and constniclion of all and,on conviction,shall be Imprisoned not less tutu one oath or affirmation of the distiller or owner of the same hundred feet piers.Bee. said additional November 12. 1H7.
2. And be it further enacted That the corporation and in the North German Union an
tiiui i In this ilt; arid any used in the distillery, and of month nor more than six months ; and any perron who attached to the entry ; and the said distiller or owner bond
..\ esi ul the number oi of every rock or joint thereof, shall woi kin any distillery, rectifying establishment, hull give hU bond in duplicate with one or more sureties may execute a mortgage and and issue their badge payable charge not exceeding two sillier groschen. This -
and interest.
-Ii.i.l; 1w taxed n* a gallon. together with every place, wholesale liquor store,or in the store of any componnder satisfactory to the collector of the district, conditioned principal the Mississippi river In and gold approacheS, thereto, fine, or additional charge, as will as the deficient
MI i>l Artlll,di8tillwror I and to which any* pipe shall of liquors, on which no sign shall be placed and kept as that the principal named in said bond will pay across constructed,shall boa road the mails all other correspondence than POSTAL CONVENTION
l and the tax the specified in the entry, or cause when post benny postage on
M m in aisy-tmuinrr Such plan hereinbefore provided, and any person who shall know on spirits,as and
tll. >V.Ultaqvoc diilillerv the number and location and ingly receive at, carry or convey any distilled spirit to the same to be paid, before removal from said distillery of the United States, and enjoy the right privileges letters shall not enter into the accounts between

.in ,iH-verallyllaUo for the iuah tub, and fermenting or from any such dutilliry, rectifying establishment warehouse, and within one year from the date of said ttvc.3.of other And post be it roads.further enacted That said the two office*, but shall be retained to the use Between the United State* ef America aad

ilintillcd% l'inH> produced content of etery receiving warehouse, or store, or who vbail knowingly carry anddeliver bond; and the penal sum ot such bond shall not be less hold their meeting In either time State corporation of Illinois of the collecting office. ColonaI.Government of Hong KM*.
1lI..t ttenoa the spirits ); fixed pipv, as required in any grain molasses, or other raw material to any than double the amount of the tax on such distilled spir maT -
H board of directors
the State of MUsouri the Jrtielf kiss. A.
of J'p
the blilln and shall be wtdch such its. One of said entries shall be retained In the ofi'.ce or as ARTICLE VIII.
the citizen an4
and bo
directors any f. -
elect tsa-sj
MicM-ln. and on the lot or tract place in the distil kept, shall forfeit all horses, carte, drays, wagons, or the collector of the distrIct, one sent to the storekeeper the may United, States, and said corporation may may sue and be The correspondence mentioned in paragraph Kong.tor. p _
diAlllUrV U situated toretlwr to the asmesurof the other vehicle or animal used In of in charge of the warehouse, to bs retained and in
carrying ononveying the sued in circuit court of the United State: Provided, two of the first article shall be despatched un the of
frvin the time said eplnts are be kept by him and the other such property aforesaid, and, on conviction, shall be the warehouse, and one cnt with the duplicate any purpose establishing aa4
Internal Revenue, to be That nothing In this act or in any previous legislation der regulations to be established by the despatching -
bond to the Commissioner of the of
ili.illf patd. of Internal llvvenue. fined not lees than one hundred dollar nor more than construed to deprive fog interchange nuiltbetwwa tto
the shall be as
H -c. J- And be ft further plan and description shall one thousand dollar,or be imprisoned not less than one filed in his office.hiac. distilled affecting the premises of the Hlatesof so Illinois and Missouri of office, but always including the following : States and Hong Koag and dspendeat
and taken to be the and the than six month 21. And be It further enacted That any legislatures ci.i511,
t-lmU >e held draughtsman, month nor more which be First. No packet shall contain anything
with the to regulate the tolls and fares may of the direct
volume of the tax thereon, bo right ports, by means lie, of
onc-hnlf iu on
ruiitains ; shall be made in such distil Sec. D. And be further enacted. That spirits may payment
every person of such bridge
of thousand nine In of the drawn from warehouse on application to the collector of charged by soul company for tho use : which shall be closed against inspection, nor States jmail packet plying between
M'vcu still boiler
: 1:1*\ity writing anseMor. making or distilling spirits, or owning any Provided further, That the toll now fixed by the legilalme *- Baa
ti.nlH uandUu (.;939) at ; shown on the original or by a or other vessel used for the purpose of distilling spirit, the district in charge of such warehouse on making follows a of Illlnol and Missouri shall not bu Increased. any written communication whatever,except to cisco and Hong Kong, tic Yokohama j ia Jaoa
111141 the CommibsloiM of description, and a reference or having such still, boiler, or other vessel so used under withdrawal entry, in duplicate, and in form as : state from whom and to whom the packet ifl
'M 1WW. it is between
from wurchouie. Approved, July agreed (h* Fost Office
for withdrawal of distilled spirit DtauteM
vi-nt(ion and detection of frauds onginal, as the aPaesor may his superintendence, either a* agent or owner, or using Entiy
licn-by authorized to adopt and ; plan and description shall such still, boiler or other vessel, shall, from day to day, Tax paid. An act providing for tho sale of n portion of the Fort sent, and the number and price placed upon of the United 8t tM and the Post () Dt-

lirdrumetcra, fcaccharometers, iu the mime mannei as the make, or cause to be made, true and exact entry in a Entry of distilled spirit to be withdrawn, ou payment O ratio t military reservation in St. Clair county, In the each pattern or sample of merchandise. merit of Hong Kong :
Mruiucnts, sseiers, or other book or books, to be kept by him, in such form as the of the tax,from warehouse by-Domml-, Btate of Michigan.15o Second. No packet may exceed two feet in ARflcLI L
and cuactcd, That.iramodiately I Commissioner of Internal Kevenoe prescribe, of deported ou the -- day of -, anno
miaul ity.gmvity may foot in other dimension.
encted the Senate and ltuuseoflu-prescnta-
It by length one
.'rt, or beer Ufci or to be used every assessor shall proceed, the kind of materials, and the quantity in pounds, bushels -, by -, in aid warehouse. lives- of tIme United Ntate* of America in congress assembled or any bound to deliver The post office of New York and 8a Praam,
UlUxlpiriU, and the fctrength | Butct.'with the aid ot or gallons purchased by him for tho production of And the entry shall specify ihe whole number of cask* That the Secretary of War be, and ha 1 is here Third. Neither office shall be fo shall be the United States offices of<

,ul j ft to tS I. as ho may deem person, to be designated by spirits from whom and when purchased, and by what with the mark and serial numbers thereon, the number by, authorized to sell, at such time ax he may deem any article the impottation of which maybe and the General Post Office at Hen
i>re..cribe rule and regulation llcvenue, to make purvey conveyance delivered at said distillery, togvthcr with of gauge or wine gallons, and of pioof gallons, and the most advantageous to the interests of the government, prohibited by tho laws or regulations of the
of of
,.niTii-t jrteic.t inspection, > or intended to be registered the amount paid for therefor, the kind und quantIty of amount of the tax on the distilled spirit contained in and in such manner as hereinafter provided, all that office exchange the colony of hong k
,:,i*K of PpritK. And la all in hU di&lrict, to estimate fuel purchased for use in the distillery, and from whom them ; all of w hlch shall be verified by the oath or affirmation portion of the military reservation known a* Fort Oratiot.in country of .destination. for all mails transmitted under Lkis arraa**.
HimU-. a gallon shall betaken reducing capacity, and in like purchased, the amount paid for Ice or water (or use In of the person making such entry; and on payment St. Clair county, in the Slate ot Michigan, which Fourth. So long as any customs duty may be racnt.
MMiii; econJM>ltolue and detcrminu the; capacity ot the distillery, the repairs placed on Bald distillery or distilling of the tax the collector shall Issue his order to the lies south of a line running duo west from the south end chargeable on any articles exchanged in the AJLTICU II.
tot the luppection hereafter be so registered in the tost thereof, and by whom and In of the warehouse for the delivery.
MT.rtv4; apparatus storekeeper charge of the Grand Trunk railroad wharf, on the St. Clair bo levied for the use of
tirounhout the United of which shall IK made In when made, nnd (foil the name and residence of each One of said entries shall be filed In the office of the collector river, until it Intersects the road known as the Lexington mails, such duty may There shall be an exchange ofcerrwpoodsjoc
di.i.lr trom grape ibnil be the assessor and the person aiding person employed in or about the distillery, and in what and the other transmitted by him to the Commissioner road, and all that portion which lie west ot said the customs.It between the United States of Aaerioa *
; Out upon in her distilled dnriti copy nt which hall lie furniah- capacity employed; and in another book shall mate of Intei nal IU venue.Dec. Lexington road. is further agreed, that except u small local of a 4thicoloncy
ol Inlvrnal JU-vcnue in herv y by tho assessor, and the like entry (oil] the quantity of grain or other material 23. And be It further enacted, That whenever an Dec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all that portion carrier's charge (so long as it shall exist iu the Hong Kong by meaas of Cutot*ft frt
pr".l lof thci ri-taryof the to the Commt i : mlrm brandy fi-omoppk, |) the ConmiiKsloner of Internal any yeast or other composition is put into any mash or any distillery warehouse of any cask of distilled spirit, line running due south from the point of intersection rural districts of North Germany,) no charge Hong Kong,comprising letters,
*i\t'ly, troni i-uch other of the IKJ tatinl'-d that mch report beer f.>r the purpose of exciting fermentation, the qurn- on which tax ha been paid, It shall be the duty of the with the Lexington road, mentioned in the foregoing whatever, otherwise than is herein expressly current and, newspayeiiaa4
tiiiK to the inaiiufitctuie of ) I Is in any respect incorrect titv of inosluu each tub, designating the save by the gaugcr by whom the same 1* gauged and Inspected, in section of this net,shall be divided into block and lots provided shall be levied or collected on the letters prices originating poatM i ia tht
tM..in cxijeri.XH direct the assessor to make number of the tab, the number of dry inches, that is to presence of the storekeeper before such cask baa left convenient size for building purposes, with public United States, and addressed to and ielireraais
-. 3. And lie U farther of said distIllery ; tho re say the number of inches between the top of each tub the warehouse, to place upon the head thereof, in such street conforming a* near as may bo,without detriment and other correspondence exchanged. in Hong Kong and those Chiaen forte {
of Intt-rnil bo executed in tnplicdlcanddo- and the surface of the mash beer therein at the time portion of brand or mark ARTICLE IX. &
( ,ismhswnvr or manner as to cover no any to the interests of the government or the State, to the which
f, i-iiie ior use any mrtcr, yeasting, the gravity and temperature of the ln>vr at prescribed by law already placed thereon, a stamp, on public streets of the city of Port Huron, to the highest Any correspondence may bo registered, as thVHong Kong poet office ka pwtat
I. laf duty of .1 distillery to furnish and be luwlul lor any itSMHtmir to quantity, gravity and temperature at the hour of twelve contained in said cask on which the tax ha been paid, for thirty days by advertisement In all the papers pub- well international correspondence as Swatow, and Fooehow, and, vie*vena, af ear.respondenc .
_,,. it mrter, motor, or meter any distiller, or ior tlie coUty meridian; also the time when any fermenting tub is and which shall state the serial number of the cask, the linhed In thu city ol Port Huron,and in at least two papers in or destined for other countries to originating and ha
{iK-Kiilivdf U4 jljidi for any distiller who his here- emptied of ripe mask or beer, the numltcr of gallon* of name of the person by whom the tax wa paid, and the published in the city Dctioit, Michigan. A plat which these two administrations may respectively posted Hiwr
(.ire TSAiu>|prmr' biltw.ftnd : : an such to continue the buxi- spirits distilled, the number of gallons placed In ware person to whom and the place where it 1 Is to be deliver of thu division, made in accordance with the laws of intermediaries for the transmission Kong and the Chinese ports aiov* demgsial Land
;4t4| < ItCh attachment in ; ( distiller t-hnll have civcn. the house, and the proof thereof, and the number gallons ed ; which stamp shall be n* follow : the State of Michigan, shall be filed with the register of serve as address to and deliverable in Use Ufjiai
ii jig-ufthC tVjnimi -ioncr of | ,and htmll have coinphe tfith sold or removed, with the proof thereof, and the name, Tax-pnld stamp No. -. deed of the county of St. Clair, State of Michigan of such registered articles. Each department States.

ti !i- $l iv InrtltBrAjvUion/x.-d rclcrcnce to the registra place of business and residence of the ]>erson to whom Ilccvivud --- 18-. from __. -, tax The remaining portion of said military reservation, lo shall notify the other of the countries to ABTICLI ilL
IIHIIK'OS of or addition to ; and liming reference to sold und every fermenting tub shall lie emptied at the warehouse section of
< ; on gallons proof spirit, Ko. -, tile Nile of which provision is made in the first which it thus serve as intermediary.
puwpsorclswrnsot < of distilleries,and the end of the fermenting period, nnd shall remain empty of may The postage to be levied and ceQeetoJ
lug pipv at -, for delivery to -- at this act, shall be sold at public auction at the city at ft*
d wit-h oi u.cd In or on I he in manner and an requir for a period ol twenty-four hour On the first,eleventh Tort Huron, after due notice,as prescribed in the foregoing Each department shall use its best exertions office of mailing in the United (Mates ht-
"imro to %iepttonhIny of ) it be law f ul for any asees-r of and twenty-first day of each month, or within flea days Collector District, Ptato of -. paragraph, at such times and in such parcels as for the safe delivery, or, when miscarried, for ten and upon
v *tii audi or for oolleutor collect respectively distiller shall render to newspapers, prices cnmnt, dettu1
Mtics<*pthcr any to thereafter every Attest he deemed most advantageous to the interest of correspondence
: may the of registered ,
t iu'in-iy deem nw JM-iry.S on any premises distant the assistant acBensof nn axount in duplicate, taken government, by the Secretary of War. recovery any for Hong Kontr and the abore designated Cki&ew
-4. And be U further 1 from any premises used for from his book, staling the quantity and kind of material but is not responsible pecuniarily for the less of
I U. d. Storekeeper. &-c. 3. And bu it further enacted, That the proceeds ports, with which Hong Kong ha* postal connections
iipiiita, alcohol, and assessor aRHeM or collector col used for the production of spirits each day, and such
'piritM arising from the sale herein provided fur, shall be paid any correspondence. shall be-ten
tru* intent and rae.tningof mtlfyinj distilled rpirits on any the number of wine gallons and of proof gallon* of spirit U. B. Gaugcr. into the treasury of the United States In time same manlier ARTICLE X. per sine!. rate s!
I,lIi5 Ii an ilhyl alcohol. nix hundred feet Irma any dis produced and placed In warehouse. And the distiller as the proceeds from the sale of other public lands. addition half an ounce or under on letter*, sad tveesate
,-1.tiit of wisi, which is and ratifying fSta.lishments end the principal manager of the distillery shall And at the time of affixIng the tax-paid stamp or ItIIi8. Kegistered correspondence shall, in each on and prices
of the Approved, July a, newspapers entreat aai
II inontatiou olgr mhtaroh, by ditjferent persons; nor shall make and subscribe the following oath, to IKJ attached stamps, the gauger shall, in the presence store to tho postage, be subject to a registration fee, the ;
of the distiller io be levied and collected
cask the
each name postage
of keeper, cut or burn upon atlloaf
Mil diiutiolM tuul udxtnrei and rectiliaition both be to said returns: in tho United States
t-luiil attach to tills BuluiUnco of fcix hundred fitct. ID '.I, distiller, (or principal manager the the district, the datoof the payment Ithel( ) tax not exceeding ten cents Kong and dependent Chinese port, en estr>'

*t-llCt *5 kiiclH.! whether it be and rectifying establishment, case may be,) of the distillery at -, do solemnly the number of proof gallons, and the number of when the and not exceeding two ai1be groschen in the pondenco originating in those port* and slettia-
"ni'lli* (]arl% ur other; less than six hundred swear that, since the date of the last icturn of the business stamp, which cutting or burning shall be erased CONVENTION North German Union, and this fee shall be always ed United
to the States
-it.. urat tirftct tfajifwred tied by the snmo person, said of said distillery, dated day of- to such cask it emptied, by cutting or burning a cancelling shall be eight eeato pt
<>un mi|U 't( of & to tloct which business shall day of-, both inclusive, there wa produced in line across such mark or brand Whenever any cask AOUEED Vl'ON prepaid. single rate of half an ounce or nader ea letten, *
mWwjuent process; and no place. In all cases where redi- said distillery, and withdrawn and placed in warehouse, or package of rectified spirits shall b* filled for shipment, ARTICLE XL and two cent on each newspaper or price eat-

li4lllnti or the production be discontluucd under the pro- the number of wine gallons and proof gallons of spirits, sale or delivery, on the premises of any rectifier law it,shall who Between the Post Departments of tho United Accounts between the two offices shall be regulated rent No postal account shall he kept VeUrtea
(n ;tuutl or tonnenicd in any tho time for which tho tjiec- and there were actually mashed and used in said distil shall have paid the pecial tax required Cy inspect States of America and of the North German on the following basis From the total
- i 4i. other thwu n distillery du-tilling was paid remains un- lery, and consumed in the production of spirit* therein, be the duty eta United States gauger to gauge collected the respective postal departments upon the eor*
IiW and Jili'fcM'iJi.Tvors or .1 Treasury is hereby author the several quantities of grain, sugar, molasses, and the same and place thereon an engraved stamp, Union for the amelioration of tho Postal amount of postages and register fees rcspondence exchanged between them under thi

- c<) hhikllxs swU rwiwveO any money in the treasury not oilier materials, respectively, hereinbefore specified,and which hhall be signed by the the collector date when of affixed tliedistrict, and and the Service between the two countries. by each office on letters, added to the total arrangement, hat each department shall ds&rer
i"in JisttTlpd; *.id coprrnn on requisition of the Comrnis- no more." the said gauger, and state AKTICLE I. amount of prepaid postages and register-fees on
? which shall bo as follows the which it receive
dtitillrr shall .by di.-till.itiou, a proportioiuitA ] - imintu the alcoholic tpints special tax therefor, which shall and be always open to the Inspection of any revenue : There shall Le an exchange of correspondence other correspondence other free of all postage charge, that i* to sif,

->iU ur w rii: aid nu prr- ) hole bum paid a* t&ie uncxpired officer and, when filled up, shall be preserved by the | Stamp for rectified spirit-J o. -district Slate between the United States of America and the despatching office shall deduct the amount required the Hong Kong post department agre** to deliver

-- ht>l oraiiy Vapor k>f alcahollc tax wa puid Khali bear to the distiller for a period not less than two years thereafter, Issued by -- -,collector, North German Union, by means of their respective at the agreed rate, for the cost of the intermediate without charge all letters
v Kiotfr or *ny other nrticle, same wan i ur>. Any colle and whenever required shall be produced for the inspection of--. amid this transit thereof between the two newspapers, aai
i.tcturu whtttccr unle the i ; revenue whamball tail toper of any revenue officer. If any false entry shall -, rectifier of spirit In the district, poet department ; correspondence prices current, brought by the United States

-ii.ill Ii4vc lioen produced in by thio Mttinv or shall UB.CSS be made in cither of said books, or any entry required to State of -, 18-, proof gallons. shall embrace frontiers, and tho amount ot the two net sums mail packets, addressed to lion; Kong, aad,

U.t < llien-on jid. Any ) m violatiott M" its provisions, be made therein shall be omitted therefrom f IT every -U. 8. Uauger. I el. Letters ordinary and registered.2d. shall bo equally divided between the two offices. also to forward without charge au such letters
- l the 1.rttun3 of this ; of livo Uiwubaiid dollars for such false entry made, or omUbion, the dint illers shall prints of all ARTICLE XII. ,
..tlV-iicc, not kits than five forfeit and pay a penalty of on thousand dollars. And Whenever any ca..k or package of distilled spnit Newspapers, newspapers, &.C., as are addressed to the Chinese
tu thousand dollaii, and fnacttnl, That no 1)01 son if any such f.ii.e entry shall bo made,or any entry shall shall be filled lor shipment, talc, or delivery on the I kinds, (comprising maps, plans, engravings, The two post departments shall establish by ports above named, south ef Shaagba*; sad

_ MX monthnor tuoivthnii orotlx-r ves..cl lor the purjxwe be omitted therefrom with Intent to defraud or conceal premises of any wholesale liquor dealer or compoundcr, | drawings, photographs, lithographs, and nil agreement, and in conformity with the arrangements the United States postal department on its aids

_ .s4Iitin: in thIs Bwtiun shall nor in any sIted. from the revenue otliccis any fact particular required it shall be the duty of u United Stale gnuger to gauo other like productions of mechanical processes, in force at the time, the conditions upon
: with rtatwl and entered in rilherof said book to the and thereon an engraved agrees to deliver without charge all letters
inenlcd liquor any dwclling-hou e, to be *, or and inspect same, place ,
- -
assei.t-ion or ; beer, lo er hoer,ale,porter. or said shall omit or i efusu to provide either of said books, said gaugcr, stating the name of the compouudc-r or merchandise, including grains and seeds. in open mails the correspondence originating in the ports mentioned, and fomred b7.id pack.

_ .. i, 'lily itiIl ti* diatilliug ; ., iuegar ur rtlier are inaiiuluc- or chall cancel, oUitcmte, or destroy any part of cither dealer and the date when affixed, and the number of And such correspondence may bo exchanged, or destined to other foreign countries to whici addressed to and
deIivernbe i
-p i the ntme with the wlxie sugar or s-yrupa are n-hued, of such books, or any entry therein, with intent to defraud prool gallon, which stamp shall be as follows: said countries intermediaries.It eta the hatted
in either of
in wlnrhkaidwllll vr liinlilliu; I any deBcriptioii aro icUiled, or or shall permit the same to Imdone, or such Wholeiwl" liquor dealer' stamp Ko. -. whether originating they may reciprocally serve as States. All letters, newspaper, Ac., sSespatcnef
iiinK alLis linn lupliu.ile i< io carried on, nor within MX books, or either of them, be not promioed when required l.-sued by -, collector district, State and destined fo.r the other, or originating in or is always understood, however, that such by either office to the other, under this arreap.mont -
f nitcd by Midi ] -r: \th to
rate *
kind tif t-UUuit'l its cable ; lor the purpose ol, distilling, as all iereonal property of every kind and description oo district, Btate of -, -, Is.pruotgithloua. .-, may respectively servo as duo to "paid all,, in red ink, on the right hand myptr
4115 pl.uxof rtfiJt-mx-, anti or other premium where the said premised tine;) in the busine there carried on, AUTICLE II.Tho spondence, augmcn'cd by the postage corner of the face of the address, sad shall also

till ur di lilliiig apparatus arr muituftrtured, pioduced, i-c- shall be forfeited to the United States. And any person offices for the exchange of mails shall foreign countries, and by any other tax for exterior bear the stamp of the mailingexcbaapoceostheir
1 iiKi-d; tmofl whicli bui'Uicsd n curried on, or on maklrg such false entry or omitting to make any entry U. S. 4-r.td 1>y the aunUtnnt boat, or in any dwclling-boute, or hereinbefore required U> be made, wiln the intent afore be- face and that of the receiving .xefcftnsp
t -dtutlie ttKHWfWOi of the < or hall aid or astLnt therein,or said, or who shall cause or procure Uia same to be done, All blanks in any of the above feints shall be duly (a) on the pait of the United States : But tho North German office resolves the office on their back.
Hpl>aiatu< now fcet up tlmll I tho tame to be done, bhall, or who shall fraudulently cancel, obliterate or destroy filled iu accordance with the facts in each cas And' Now York. right to fix a time, if necessary, when this rule ASTICU IV.
lUvhlromtin-timetliu; ad jI one thousand dollar and im- any part of said books, or any entry therein, or who the stamp above designated shall be affixed *n as to 1st. shall to ondcnco dti-Atched
futen the same securely to theca kor package und duly 2d. liontoit.3d. only apply corre j> The postal department of the United Btate
ntti-rxet up fclmll I.e M> Ii- ; six months nor more than two shall wilfully fail to produce such book or cither of
heir being set up. Any of the court: 1'ioviilcd, Thut them, on conviction, shall bo lined not less than five oincelled, and shall then be Immediately covered with u 1'ortland. from the United States for such other countries, and of Hong Kong shall each return to the
*>-tiBtnx-d, together with or meal or flour ground hundred dollar nor more than five thousand dollar, coating of transparent varnish or other bubatancc no as to 4th. Detroit unites the latter shall have accepted the same other their
monthly or i.e freeqnenily a* reyalationa -
|Mi>sn>Miok,W tiu-lojy or ; or 01. any premise* here and Imprisonment not less than six months nor more protect them from removal or damage by exposure ; and rule in behalf of the correspondence despatched ,
nn MJil luuad in tire such meal or Hour only to ha than two ycarc. such affixing, cancellation, and covering shall In- done oth. Chicago. will allow, all letter, newspapers, iu,
;I U i > .u-* votitlKtcd with the the premises. Soc. 20. And bu it further enacted That on receipt of m awhi manner as the Commissioner of Internal llc (A) on the paitf tho North Gorman through them by the North German office. without claim, which cannot for any cause h*
-liiiitliCBrtlipr fhall IHI : further cimctd]. That there hhall; the distiller' first return in each mouth, the assessor venue shall by regulation prescribe; but such stamp Union ARTICLE XIII. delivered.
b.iMn, in his pmt.-4-fcn'Kni moiithfy, from every author shall enquire and determine whether said dlittiller ho hall in every case be affixed to a smooth lurfncc of tin : Each office grants to the other tho privikgeOftransit
ml, any Mill urdin-tilling ) has au aggregate capacity accounted in his return for the preceding month for all cask or other acknge, which BUI face shah not have let. Aachen, (Aix la2d. Cisislio.) in cither IBTICLB V
I 0 ngUU.re.iJiall! pay n ( twenty bu lmls of grain or the t-pirits produced by him : and to determine the been previously painted or covered with any unbalance. .Bremen. of the closed mails exchanged, An exchange of maQ shall also take plies
stii1 i uu couvirtioi. shall l he mola*>cs or l less, iu twenty-four quantity of spirit* thus lobe accounted for, the whole Sec. 20. And be. it further enacted, That all stamp 3d. Hamburg. direction, between tho latter and any country between the United States postal atYTokhama
snore than day, Sundays material used for the of required for distilled spirits shnll l>e engrave! in thi-ir afeaoy
dollars nor of
iliitl per executed; quantity production spirit to which tho other serve as intermediary,
intjui-.oned br not less per day for every twenty bush- hall be ascertained ; and forty-gnllons of mash or lxer attend kinds in book form, and shall bu issued by the Tho two pobt depattmt-nts may at any time may Japan, and the Hong Kong poet
two yearr.Src. of molasses said a1aciIy brewed or lermentcd from grain shall represent not lens Commissioner of luU-inal Ke\euue to any collector, j discontinue either of said ollkcij ot exchange or by its usual means of mail transportation, wnothcr office, by mean of United State mail packet.

*. And I* it further of grain or sixty gallons of than one bushel of grain, and seven gallon of lua.-h or upon his requisition, in such number a* may be necet- establish others by mutual consent on sea or land, and the terms of transit comprising correspondence originating ia Japaa
oittaiK--* in,or *iiiti'ii-liug to ) ; hours, But tiny nfa dutilturorructiiior, as provided by thin act, shall pay not less than on- gallon of molasses. Jn cano the return engraved stub attached thereto with a number thereon ARTICLE III is and addressed to Hong Kong and the Chinas
tidy during thu time the work nhaU of the distiller shall hate been less than the quantity corresponding with an engraved number on the stamp, privilege required. port above designated, and rice versa, com-
which aucii buane U Vo distillery. thus as-x-rtained the distiller or other person liable and the stub shall not be removed from the book. And Kach office shall make its own arrangements ARTICLE XIV. pondence originating ia Hong Kong and dependent
d; iilin! riretl/jinu'. further enacted That any person bhall be assessed for such deficiency at the rate of fifty there shall be entered on the corresponding stub such Tho postal accounts between tho two offices
of its mails to the other office Chinese and addressed to
lie for the Japaa
residence mill Ijollcr together memoranda of the conU-nt of every stump UM shall despatch port ,
(lie other with the
INI In a citj-j any or vessel!, cent for every j.roofgaihon, special shall be stated and transmitted and
indicated by the nftttie of t of Milling I shall!, before the tax of lour dollars for every cask ot forty proof gallon, necessary to preserve a perfect record of the use of such by regular lines of communication ; and shall quarterly, the balance subject to the same term and condition as
J ImilJiiiR. In tune vi a the place of manufacture, notify and the collector shall proceed to collect the same as in tamp when delitcheJ. at its own cost pay the expense of such inter verified as speedily as practicable; those established by Article III of this convention -

the kind ofstiU and the of thu district in which sUch still, cases ot other assessments- deficiencies ; but in no |ITO be continued.1 mediate transportation. found duo shall bo paid to the creditor office with to the exchanged
,.;;;idw i and kind of l is to be uecJ or net up, by whom case shall the quantity of spirits returned by the distiller cither by exchange on London or at the respect
mid fermenting tulii, and tl capacity, and the time when the together with the quantity *o aseeiwed,be for a less The two offices, however, mutually agree desire. between the United States sad hong

tU;! aumher of itx 'iving fioiu the place of manufacture ; quantity of spirit than eighty per centum of the producing An act authorizing the construction of a bridge acrocs that, in making contracts for tho despatch of debtor office, as the creditor office may Kong and dependent Chinese port

u-nt ol( H'h ciMwn, ) ler, or other it-mel \# set up with cpaeityofthe distillery as estimated under the the Missouri river upon th military reservation nt mails from American ports, or from European The rate for the conversion of the money of A&TICIB VI.
-cniUMraol the lot,tw ( cf this said oi.Ca!>or for that provision of thU act. Fort Leavenworth Kansas. the two countries shall bo fixed by common
lery i's eitmtcU with the ; who shall sot up any such Bee. 21. And be it farther ducted, That the storekeeper lie it enacted by the, Senate and Home of llcprcucnta- ports, those steamers and lines should always offices. All letters, newspaper*, and price* curred intended -

)aicbuf; thetton and of ? I vessel,without, first obuinint a pvr- assigned to any distillery warehouse khall also lives of the United tiutc of America iu Congress assembled bo employed, so far as consistent with tho rates agreement between the two to bo forwarded from Hong Kong to the

The notice (-hMltvlvo: state 54; orof the (hiStrict iu which such have charge of the distillery connected therewith; and, That It shall bu lawful for the Kansas and of postage, by which the mails despatched shall ARTICLE XV. United States by the direct line of Unfed Stats*
(ItcdiotilUT a ill frrIikiit vessel is intended to I* used, or in addition to the duties required of him as a storekeeper Missouri Bridge Company, a corporation haying author When in any port of either country a closed
their destination and when Francisco
earliest arrive at nail between Sam
cMuaatod quuntitj-of ; urb notice, shall In itlier warcbou-w, shall k<> In book ; packets running
pay ( in charge a ep a to be provided ity from the 6'tato of Kansas, to build a railroad, transit mail ia transferred from one vessel to another
his IN capibie Ui-rtilling hundred dollars an.folixll forfeit for that purpone,and in the manner to be proscribed and wagon bridge acres lImo Missouri river upon or the speed is substantially the same, that tho and Hong Kong must be specially addressed to
tlie iinmun and renUfUcu of tlitiH reuiorcxl ft up In JoU- by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, a near the military reservation of Fort Ijeaveuwortli, and most favorable pecuniary conditions should be without any expense to tho office of the country bj forwarded by the route.

i luU-rcKted in the I V daily account of all the meal and vegetable productions that when constructed all trains of all roads terminating preferred. It is also agreed that the cost of international where tho transfer is made, such transfer shall AXTICLB VII.
tlf j-remuMai connected further vnitetrd. That o'try distil or other substances brought into said distillery, or on at the Missouri river at or near the location said not bo subject to postal charge ono office
Itinred feet of iiiy j.i tfii his own expunite A warehouse, to wild premises, to bu u.-ied for the purpose of producing bridge, shall be allowed to cross salt bridge for n reasonable ocean and territorial transit of the any The two postal department may by nratul
n-ct'fjIIIR or titiniii)! l to constitute a pai I of hu distillery spiriu from whom purchased, and when delivered at compensation to be paid to the owner thereof. closed mails between the respective frontiers against the other. consent make such detailed regulation a* stall '
cm: of a rcctifuT, the only for the .toiage of distilled said distillery, the kind and quantity of all fuel used, arising from obstruction ARTICLE XVI.
of litigation
here Amid In case any any shall bo first defrayed by that ono of the two be found to "out the object* it
tion of the premise* but and of all necessary carry
:; no Uwrlling-bouae and from whom purchased repaint made on or alleged obstruction to the free navigation of said Official communications addrcaocd from one
; '.TI; the mme and purpose, stud no door, iuilow, or said distillery, and by whom and when made, the river, the CHUM may Le tried before the district court of departments which shall havo obtained from the of this arrangement, such regulations to be terminable
IH to be Interested in the | | bomiulc or criniUcd in tbo wall names and places residence of all persons employed the United State of any btutc in which any portion of intermediaries tho most favorable pecuniary office to the other shall not be the occasion at any time on a reasonable notice%y

applicant intend to leading JnUi the dialillury or into in or about the distillery, of the material put into the said obstruction or bildgo touches. terms for such and amount so any accounts between the two offices. either office.
conveyance any
-' -- rtril ,tt. kind and ;: and tack warchouee. when mush tub or otherwise used for the production of spirits, Hoc. 2. And bo it further enacted, That any bridge ARTICLE XVII.
1-e U-lid for uch puq>OfcC. of internal Beicnue. on the time when any fermenting tub i* emptied of ripe built under the provisions of this act shall not be in any advanced by ono for account of the other shall ARTICLE VTII.

ri-liil hlch can be & Is hereby declared to be a bonded mash or beer recording the sumo by the numlier painted out ot less elevation than fifty feet above extreme high- bo promptly roimburscd.AJITICLE. Letters wrongly sent, or wrongly addressed, This contention shall come into operation the

twenty-four.hour* in tuch is Htatcs, to bo known ua a dis- on taid tub, and of all spirit drawn off from the re- water mark, a* understood at the point of location, to or cot deliverable for whatever cause, shall be first day of November, 1858 and shall B*
& fhaU be nndcr'.lbo direction and coking cistern, and the time when the same were the bottom chord of the bridge: nor shall the spans be IV.
- of UK.m.iBUi] of any ; -of the district, and in charge ol drawn off. Any distiller or person employed in any of ICE* than two hundred fitly feet In length, iu the returned; to the originating office, at its expense, terminable at any time ona notice by either

talioa ot i>pint In atoieli j-er aligned thtreto by this distillery who shall use, cause, or permit to be used any clear, and the pier of saW bndg shall be parallel with Tho standard weight for the single rate of if au 3 expense is incurred. Registered corro- office of six months.Inwitneatwhereo4.

(latin, ukpackly, owiierKhi p Kdcnue; and the tax on the material for the purpose making mash, wort, or beer, the current of the river and the main span shall bo international postage, and rule of progression, epos uenco of all kinds, not deliverable for any I have hereto istaty.
in ttiWl'TBOiKioU-K-KtM narvlwust- shall b >aid licforc the production nf spirits, or shall of the river at low Hater.Sec. .
.j re- or for remove any over the main channel
returned in like
shall also be manner.
cause hand and the seal of the Post Office
hay ur rectifying __,* spirit fax the absence of the storekeeper or person designaUdto 3. And be it further enacted, That for the use oi shall bo1st. Department
iiK-nMnj the n.u,.li or 1 further enacted,.That the owner act a* said storekeeper, shall forfeit and pay railroads leading to said bridge from either sido of the For letters, 15 grammes. All other correspondence which cannot bo delivered this twelfth day November, 1M7.

-IstL I* give*diri to the ioa.said ot any distillery. cataLlL-bed a, double the amount of taxes on the spirit so produced, river there is hereby granted a light of way through 2d. For all other corrcspondcnco mentioned shall remain at the disposition of the receiving [L. s.] Aux. W Rjuroixz,'
i..fr.M-tu shall erect, in distilled, or removed, and, in addition thereto, be liable said Fort Leavenworth military reservation not exceeding
a correspondence
Ana or building iu paragraph two of the first article that which office. Any postages upon Post master General
cltuBRc. ny used fur that to a penalty of one thousand dollar. for all of said road three hundred foot In width: ,
lioc tJiaU Immediately in the purpo ns*oner, aivd to for tie no Sec 22. Andbeltfurtherenacted, ,'Thateveredilhier 1'rovidcd, That said road do not in any way interfere the despatching office shall adopt for the mails returned which shall have been charged In witness whereof I have hereunto set my

of tho be district.ID .wucu lorni Every And of Internal Revenue,pro-two at the hour of twelve meridian, on tho third day after with the public building on said military reservation which it despatches to the other, adapted to tho against the office of destination, shall be ois- hand and the seal of the colony of Hong Kong,

hall the each to beat least of Miftl- that on which his bond shall have been approved I y Bee 4. And be it further enacted That the Kanso convenience and habits of its interior adminis charged from the account. at Victoria herein this tenth day ef August,
tartiulaia as
| all the spirits distilled during the the assessor, shall be deemed to have commenced and and Missouri bridge be, and the maine Is hereby, established ,
juay from time to time louru,Into which,shall be conveyed thereafter to bo continuously engaged in the production as a post road, and that staid bridge company shall tration. lint each office shall give notice to the ARTICLE XVIII.In 1867.

tvlutiintf to dollars give fcti and>h on in sail dIstillery: and mch ol distilled spirits in bin distillery, except in tho Infc-r- have the right to take from said reservation, at such other of the standard weight it adopts, und of view of the possible desire of other German i lClLtiLT) GRATES MAC Doxsxu,
J thouvind be so con trueol! an to l Isayc an val* when he shall have suspended work, as hereinafter placet* hiS shall be designated by the .Secretary of War, thereof. Commander-in-chief.
K-IM than one lest Ijrtwcen the top thereof open and authorized or provided. Any distiller desiring to suspend all stone,timber, and earth necessary to use In the construction any subwxiuont change states to avail themselves. of the advantages Governor and
and doll r ,A"d*n7 ,< an
notK 1414U01 bottom UnTeof and the floor below. to the assistant assessor of his divIsion, stating when be Bee. i. And bo It further enacted, That the right to additional single rate for each additional standard embraced in the North Gwman Union, it is further seal
or fine be imprisoned taut me omcvr can urennd will! suspend work; and on the day mentioned in said alter or amend this act, *o a* to prevent or remuioe all fraction thereof. Tho
pua weight or weight of the affixed.
of this United States to be
1r'than two yeara. shall agreed that the provisions conviin-
lie connected with the outlet cf notice said assIstant assessor a; time expense of the material obstructions to time navigation of said liver by
Piec. 7. And beat ly wltabTt pipes or O'lie! *.apparatu te* distiller, proceed to fasten securely the door of every the construction of bridge,i* hereby expressly rciterved.tiec. stated by tho despatching office shall always bo tion shall be extended to and shall comprise [J._ a.] AsDamr Jeasses.y .

oomiiu-nc fhalLou Winir boslnn.ld<, with syte becxpoted totho View of the furnace- of every slill or boiler in siiid distillery, by lock 0. Anti be it further enacted That it shall bo accepted except in casu of manifest mistake.It them, whenever such other States shall declare the President:
( and and otherwise, and shall adopt such other means the lawful for thu Saint Joseph and Denver City liailroud
constructed as
a to is however understood that tho
alter prevent ; so long as their desire lo for and notice WILLIAM H. SBWAR*
with mob buOnewi. spiriu while pawing from the outlet Commissioner of the Internal Revenue shell prescribe Company, u corporation created by the laws of the join this'purpoao, ,
"IxtfotetWnarttorm) fcr ainy<'f back to the still or ilcuUer, or to prevent the lighting of*r>y fire In such furnace or un State oi Kansas, to build a bridge over and ocroat the G cnnan office employs tho tOM as its standard thereof shall have loon given to the United Secretary of Stase.WASHixaTON .

elutcrti; siieh cUk-ni* anti the der such still or boitent. The lock and souls, and other Missouri river Ht Hslnt Joseph Missouri ; and nil the for tho single weight of letters which it doepatcbos Stataa Fost Department. November 12 H67.
Internal Uewnuc, lure contained ball be In charge of material required for such purpose, shall be furnished rights and privilege conferred by suction I, i,4, and 5 it shall aUto accepted by the United XIX.
MUrtoved by the & *Mor and real of the internal rerun to the amcssor of the district by the Commissioner of of this act Lire hereby extended, *o far a* they are applicable ARTICLE a-
uc -
_ _ ur aaid bond fbj.ll not be that duty; and on the third day InUnial Revenue, to be duty accounted for by mid as to the Halnl Joseph uud Denver City lUllroud Status office M the equivalent of 15 grammes, Tho two offices shall, by mutual consent, establish V.
ol tax on tbe nplriU thatf any distiller, and the action taken Company, and the restrictions, limitations, nod conditions [in respect to the mails which it receives from the
daring period of tr4o amkeuudcrtho. 8Bj>*f 14on of by the assistant assessor In pursuance thereof shall contained in said section are hereby made applicable Gorman office. detailed regulations for carrying these TIlEFLORIDA
audi bond Us fur a less the fctorektpcr'and be be immediately reported to the assessor of the district, to sold company. articles into execution ; and they may modify
The oii4itiOfl of Iba > the oulillcry warraouiianl on and by him transmitted to the Commissioner of Inter- Approved, July 20, i86 ARTICLE such regulations, in like manner, from time to
.liaU( Willfully comply to we assessor or aj sal Revenue. No distiller, after baring given such no. UNION
relation to the duties and m superintendent"f utant di assessor tier, shall, alter the time stated therein, carry on the The single rate of postage on the direct correspondence time, as the exigencies of the service may require. ,
trAY Sift peita1tlc Incurred drawn off worn the mid ny citterns UUery, business of di tilUr on said premise until he shall have An act for the registration or emoliiient, of certain foreign exchanged between the two administrations .

VMIUUIV ofany of thb of the gaugcr at any time un given another notice In writing to said assessor, stating vessels. shall bo follows ARTICLE XX.
prcTion to as :
the lot or tract of work lie U enacted by the Senate and House of Representative ;
Kilter l lock wid iteal the time when be will resume ; and at tho
- tsn44r a7 t4tbTu Commissioner rojiylrcd of internal by law Itevcnue shall stated fbr resuming work the nssUtant assessor fchall attend so of the United State of America In Congress assembled. 1st On letters from the United States via direct From the time this convention shall take effect Published

rutiu. to be encumbered the owner of the distillery or, wan. at U 9 distillery to remove said locks and other fa*. That the. Secretary of the Treasury bu, and he line of steamers to Hamburg and liremon, all former conventions between the two offices

/UMJT InifUkia lien dunnir The the '* shall ho r }nlwfcT .of the collector tenlng:' and thereupon, and not before, work may be l of* hereby, authorized enrolment und and directed license to to Issue the certificate schooner* (conditioned that Iho sea rate in such case shall und between the United States office on the
*td v resumed in said distillerwhich fuct shall bo rcgiilry or SmiWeekYTIlE ;
bud when, in his simy dculgnat, reported to the assessor of the district, and Immediately by him Hob," ot 81. Andrew, Mew IJrunswick ; and to the following not exceed lire cents for single letter rato and one part, and, on the other part, of Bremen and Weekly and

liay w uch as would farther enacted That the Joorof transmitted to the Commuwioner of Internal! IU venue. named Canadian-built vessels, to wlf The ton cents per kilogram for other correspondence also of Hamburg, shall cease to bo in force, except
United States; and tn <* still or boiler used in any distillery Any distiller, after the time fixed in said notice declar schooner"koyal Albert," of Onkvlllo : tho hark "Johnliredun. ten cents. for the settlement uf accounts which shall
may uppcal to tlw that it may I iju securely faU-ncd lag hut Intention to suspend work, who shall ." the schooner.Prince Alfred," and the bilguu- ,) WEEKLY .
J wlu> Ufd ioa In the tubs thai! be so placed M tho business of a dlUillcr on .said premises,carry or shall on fuse "Orkney LUSH," all of Kingston; the schooner 2d. On loiters from tho North German Union have previously accrued thereunder.

bund may be required. '; to any revenue ofllcer. and each hav s.h. west, or beer In hi* distillery, or on any "Unorgo Henry," .Toronto; the ovhoonur "Annexa via said direct line, (subject to same condition,) This convention, being firat approved, shal
orrttuo alof cither of fainted tbcmm In oil tolois Its premises connected therewith, .or who shall haro la his tion," of Port Hope,' and the schooner' "Koiperor," ol four silbor groschon. take effect not later than the lit day of January Is Published Every Thursday
and 1 the also
4i number the
- tMVtiugauj,at tbd gallon ( the tub. *duii ot titular bis control any mash, wort,or hoer St. Catherine ;i' barges "Chsinplam" and
inI.aLi or of Infernal ri specs of not Jew than Oo foot poM with intent to distil the same on said premises, shallIncur "HoehciegH," of Quebec ; th* bark "Monarch," the 3d. On letters from tho United States 'via next, and shall continue in force until cancelled

roluatog U giv Uw livnd .still,and not Itu Uiaa. tv ftt the forfeiture and bo subVwt to the same punishment brig "Sou UuJl,"and the schooner "Smith A. 1'ost," all England, fifteen cents. by mutual agreement, er otherwiao, until
the qVt ut' htf wxl worm tauk. Tlw double and for who ofUakvllle; ,the schooner Wulland," o( .tit, Catherine '
renew ns provided poisons carry on the business 4th. On letter from the North German Union ono from the date when one office shall
It'nt bond. iaM fOZfet% )U piovaU-d Out, J jsa Uim one fool of a dlsttlkv without Win paid th* special tax, ; tho schooner "Governor. of Montreal; the The Semi-Weekly
los, and ..Jl i-eal estt v"y
a ib-auA Da CuaTititlOil conveys nc of water, M of spent spirit shall bo drawn from Ui* receiving cistern into acliooiicr "Victoria,".of: Toronto; cub vessel* being 6th, Of the international letter postage via terminate it.Executed.

huadzr4 4oJlt D5w aso hshI be so 1xe4 n4 u h **>, akjoch of not. ks* capacity than twenty gallons onod by ultiefii of the United Btatcs, and having been England, the ocean single letter rate shall not in duplicate at Berlin the twontr- BATUBDJWtV
and *mprPOl&C1 Dot k b7th t4Mcei4'rth, waoi. win iflrtuure, and shall thereupon be Raugc-d, proved at all lime employed upon the waters of the lakes: 1'ro- Every WEDNESDAY &
tMlr.ei, '5 ; wid shall bo painted, and kent and marked by an Internal revenue imugor, by cutting tided That there slight bo paid upon each af said lor- oxcood eight cents, nor shall tho English and first day of October, one thousand eight hundred

n@.L : that i* to My: Frwy plpo for the on time cask containing such spirit, ui a manner to be vim-built vessels a tax equal to the internal revenue Belgian single letter transit rates exceed ouo and sixty-seven.'

dintj11i phali L .ipwvmd 1' T beer 'luU hi vatzztua' of. a rid prescribed by the Commissioner intermit Revenue tax anon tho material and construction of tdnillar vesitl cent; each.Cth. i[:SF.A.L.] Joux A. Kissox, It ha* more
r conrerauc* of low trinfi l mct wine and in *of American build.
uneoclzmtpeftd y any the quantity In gallon proof gallons, of th
td the ot Os- tract Of sUU b, piloted Wo; tr.y contents ofauch cask, and aba!! Uinfoiod lately removed* Approved, July 20, 1861!. It is further agreed, that whcnover any Special Commissioner, &c., &c.
ituMd, or UneM bijici )'*"*' oh iplrJt.smha1i be aiutm4 Into tho dtntlllery warehouse, and thepiugcr shall In other regular line of vtoam communication, acceptable [sr.xL.J] lltcuABU ..PtuursnoRX' Reading Matter and is Cheaper

Ion with ins ttodcie,&2im for the oonve7anc.of shall protract of tbo slorfkecpcr of tho warslioane, place upon An act concerning (Ito tax conimisslouurs for tho State to the two offices, may bo employed directly Director General of the Post Department,
.jid'bf sily $ If any timed piju shJl l's used by the head of the cask M emtMTWl stamp, which shall of Arkansas.bo .
the United
r, between of the Stated FloridaIt
ahisU hot be paii.ted or &ej4 of any port than other in -
Iaiings Igii puInt.d b* signed by the collector the district and the siore- any paper
Either ibid th person preinlM*JhlU shall tie tiutod otbefwishaUfurJl keeper at gawer ana thai! haro written thereon the U wincte taUrus of the United Blatu of America In
heX JJ11W' 1UbCL 44) tbi.usnof IIIDU. number of proof gallons MnUlucd therein the mime of emblod That the not and* proceeding .Congress which have as- rates that the entire cost of transportation bo- WASHINGTON, NoV. 12, l86.having .
JiiJl pproT.tl-ilMmd of thd t of the is the bestAdvertiniiig
sMjflr th* distiller. receipt to the warehouse, twoon the two frontiers shall exceed for examined and considered the
I ilil YIQ IIIZtIIntI tif p sod and the serial number cluck cock,In *reuai, oruVrM titwn bad or performed by any two of the tax eomtnUilonet not afore
Or ethcT b ih. Cosnnil.iunier of the wtma shall be leeclrsd from the.pro distillery.* Buch *, in and for the Btute of Arkansas,shall have the each single,.letter rate five cents, and for each going articles of a convention for the ameliora*

of gag.ejvdgRxlht.Ibe fQrflUtS of the to dl tl h-rles.ln pursuanes UiorsoC aortal number for lYe?) distillery shall, begin with aura- maIns three foroo of sold and oominlionen.ApprovnJ effect as it .had and performed by all kilogram of other correspondence ton cents, iu tionof the postal service, between the United Mediun: ,
of the with. Any MSMMT who shall bur one (Wo, 1) with tfc* first eaak deposited therein af- that international States of America -
tItle the and
tjiereof, Lbe of this suction shall (ni-teSt sad in this act talMMi rffwt, and M two o r more auks WHPP- July 3U, 1IM18, case single rate of letter the North German Union

Status dimclrgOtI piicambraace.fruffl doliCtet iai1tiu4I IIdisma,4om housed at the *atn. dlrtlllury ubsU b* marked.with the postage Ly such line shall bo reduced to ten agreed upon and executed duplicate at

or ttaid Or 2tlflg lame number.* Th *ald itaop shall bu a* follows; Ai act amendatory titan st approved July twcnty-blx, cante. Berlin, the twenty-firut.day October, one HAVING, A LABOEB CIRCULATION
tid tbt'a oflkltact, fVft5'Cft4IIUTt1( every person 3)lstUhimt7 warthoose stamp Ko. -. eighteen hundred and sixty-six, untitled '-An act to 7th. On all other correspondence montiontd thousand eight hundred .sixty-seven, by
Iui4b1t--' acten _' nthoriaf the oousUncUon uf certain bridge,! and to
( itt,4 s > L dlatrletwarehous
o.17. U eels-act. erct7.ha,$ slits of-- PIutthler, *of--. *laWlKh thorn a* post road*.' in paragraph two of the tint article,' the rate Hon. John \. Kossori, Special Commissioner, iath Stato 1';

,Jtusttd.have Lbs boe day & du1uiIYm& 110 iutadi$ of him dii. 11... Cak Xo. h ,'conUaU! -----phios. proof Whereaa the BU Louis and UUnoU lirldge Company ehall bo,'for the mails despatched that which &0., &o., on behalf of Um.depirtment, and by than any other paper ,

tile.bU act; 1b4 flJuC Mmucb ; im of tu4sit'u., s mptdt.- orgunlwd Illinois under audi tIme Bt! Iniu law]*of Bridge the State Uompany of Missouri organized, nodthe the despatching office shall adopt adapted to Richard v, VhUipsborn, Director General ef *h, BYE R DU

kUMI.i twt kN tIIS* list.. the oonTenion.ce and habit of iu rest of tha North German Uni AND INCREASING
itb the interior Department n
r.l.edinth.loiIft t .41 colors ( f gMid, endof s (Vnittd Siatit under an act of the general rcaibly of the State o( HHnolt- a4. ,


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