Florida union
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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: October 21, 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
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System ID: UF00053711:00129
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Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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'-- fflE FLORIDA 'UNION0 j I 1uiit;: nrds V MISCELLANEOUS. ------ Appointment ... Jl1 b- ; *- 4WB vp11
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Paper.State.filcial t -- ---- .-- i JAMES 31.: CALDWELL & SOXS i i; The following list comprises the Cabinet and Tha wisdom of the Almighty Cnator baa fro ).' -*- -,,.*"*&, I.
; Ileailauartcrs of the Commitia. f
1CSD1CAL. j Judicial appointments made and wnfirmed are n nr open Tided aninulc with rtottadu of rfifervat kind I f"s.
_o 1- _._ LONG AD snOp.T a.tIe Ftnh iv--nu hotel.So* York city, wt .fl 13th, gives tho foDowf5 "
11 1- -- '-- -- -- ---- .- I I the State of Florida. buain&i coinmouVvilana hr>c W be ftddroMod. triUtd to their food aad .itt, rf Ufa.Some -.. *- _. t t:38
Paper. COTTONAeromnHkiallot FAOTORS7 The following in a !b*of the officer*and members of ehew their Tictnili and then iW BttW It while peed h? -'" .*' /J -(" -' **! .*
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Dr. If
Z. B. HERNDON CABINET: the Committee: r.
ethers nra110w it 0 "
-- -- I JT7 SerrctiM-y ALDBJJ
rf the fourth Judicial Circuit of WIlL E. CHAKULKR SocreTy, WMhiagtoa..D. C. leisure. Ac Uw Almighty 'De1'eI' '.BAU without iIaiMena.m.stuzgoftb.So '
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Official Ptper Surgeon & Physician Charleston; South Carolina. I D. WE -i
of Nawwi DnralBakerT ( b 1! Aitorney-General-Jtxiut TCOTT.ComptroKfr Central Lrtnan' ,Coai.iat.. reason, and always proportkmi the aa Oouatif'tl ROBEUT H. GAMBLE.Trea&rer
(( inc1l1'1e the 8t Joh"- I jAcxsoyriLLx, FLORIDA. Advances made on coiwtsnmenU. IWar those who William CluWn, Boston aUat. : T_W. Park North nd, we are led naturally to eooclnds that each .:&U>rat., breathing, j jeonofiatory this ... V .. : ..
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%&M' Clay \ to L. McOiy, President -S. B. COICOVEH. Bennlngton, Vermont; William H. KemMe nos Oretntro of these methods is that moat Ittod to tW aai, ipWt'Mferriss hIIfteII ; .
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; 005ciJ1 Gnmay left during Ute day at the Drug Store of People National Bank, Cbtrlwton. 8. 0. 46 emSTEXHOUSE I S.trt'1Ior.GrncrllFJLsx. W. WEBSTEU.Superintendent ,<, fhUAdelphlftj Horace ,Bew' Ifork n. .1 .
CrreeJeT mal ncrestitiea and beat to h elrcam
; L'Entfe. At the wddencc cf Mr. adapted : & to tTin" f Tmflinjf"'
-- II. Starkweather onrtch. Connecticut BL tt. .t i
or the fifth luc1icial Circuit.V1Iich John after -- PnUic hutrutt m-C. T. CHASE. ; Cow- :
J. Uilchrtat night 10 ly ataocea under which it 8 in ..
Firer f -- -- ----.------- ell, Belinirc. Ohio : Marsh Oiddlnga, Kalaiuaxoo, Uich placed th. great sah : Your relation. ." :
'iDdQ eI the counts of Pntnsm, Lery & CO., .Adjutmlto-G"orrnl-GEOROE B. CAESR. Waitr MxtcuUotIleadqnarten cvi.va.ei. plan of nature, and m we shall Sod it ea foa.rideration. I the North have r...vwy knpa.t

(A\aci1ua.11&rion and 8amter.) (! G. W. Edwards, It D., OS,110 at lit Eatt Bay Street -3Tlutn1l Sou? CCM"i.n.., Co01l1ircr. of rrawlI-O.. E. Arsnx.StTEEME Chicago. i your fat ', at all nD.f tsow .i icarelul ( I C .

and J. It. JonM, ChIcago, Illlnoli; Cyrus JL AHcr, Vlnctnnes Sheep, for instance, .Eng naturally a timid ,I meditation. '11Oaoft

P51 of the Sfvsath Judicial Circuit PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 85 Bay Street, Savannah Georgia.n COI'RT: Indiana ; F. V. Taylor Omaha. I I and defenceless order of animals are provided card too success of the :- .

Official : I CJu'ef-J: 'ite-EDWTX M. RANDAXL.Aw Southern E.rti.uie C .IAwe'. with a stomach divided into four prta, ,By [[: wntial to yoRE.bam jflox fdHtWi I r.

((Vw.li includes the Coantic of Volnsia, U.vani .' OFFICE: : : TUB .ubtoeril. Lava s. conn..nonr..h in : their Louse in >dntt -J.t.-i. WESTCOTT, O. B. HAST.ciucnr nC&dq.tlutta. G*. means of this they are enabled, when they meet,i, tion, bat it ia rajiatj lo A*J'I
opened ouo
d Dsde) I ctavaoituh of the I M. :II. Bouth worth. New OrleaM, Louisiana ; John :. with a! good piece of to it I''in .
Or&flP same name and style where thee will ltc p constantly r.iUvcll, LaO range, Ca.' B. Y. Rico Little Bock pasture, crop hastily, yonr position have --5. *
OOF VET; AND on bund a full stock of Flour Ricon: and swallow it almost :
oCEAN ADAMS- STREET Corn Pond Pro- cover: Ark. whole-it then traases in- partisans; you matt, of !

HATES FOBotyiOAL i JACXKOXT/LtZ, FLA.iR. duce 6f'nemJ.r.terms.! all of which 8TEXIIOU8E will be noH&on CO.the 43 mo 3n treasonable 1st Judicial: Circuit-Homer G. Plantz.2d racijic xeciiti.ce ConmiUee.llejulquartera to the first division of the stomach. When the ][teiest in the vastest of thoss who "$aa&j9&

ADVEflT1SEUETS0 'I Win. A. Cocko. San. o. feeding is completed a portion of this sabsunce cansc; and yoa may properly! exers .|j | _
t iXGAL : Oeorite C. Gorman, Ban Fnnclsco OallfornU : Cti. is from the first to the division V
1) JONES. passed second uf mate influence
-- L. JACKSON 3rd c. Thomas T. Long. E. DeLong. Virginia City Ne'f'&dA.Itep1&bUcan to promote their anoej'yuuougbtnot -'
rww." 7A.I (wtich hulo D :OsigQe r. SMILE T. SABAL 4th II Ii V A Kni-h! the Jmach ; here it is rolled into the form of'a to that tin door to aid fIta.

the 11I1111.f r t 2" 'for the Fourth Fifth and. $4; 'r.Ul Ju- JONES & J.ACKSON c'lh" 'I J. 1L Gow.James bail, and returned to the mouth to be groan-! < onrrT h.vmIvidPd.preate4 an 1UU V

41Lrcut.r1flbe accordu1g. to 0. nt.a zdav by OF-rOE' 6Lh" T. Platform.V smaller. After this process it is ouc more nabie and cnaiitinenuhing hostily-jgr
IotJOW': BUTO I=CE !* S V Magboe. The National Republican of the United swaikrwel and it into the third division !
ftr Lrtcr of Aim-] 7th" John Price. patty passes Rep II olican party I would now
.pticatWia WU1I'
.si.ttct..r tioa B irei-k. .-. $" wof ths Yn .: Smtth's ( .-' Store, 2d Floor, MARKZTSTALL VO. 2. States iisi'-rpbled in National Contention in the of the stomach, and from that to the fourth K7&i=st an absolute aDd exclusive dsvctf '

: ouoe.....AfprtntmeDt..........M...Administrator........,.i. 03l s._.T: iwcrs' BLOCK. FRESH nee Frp h Mutton. Trw-li Pork furnished STATE ATTOUNEYS : city of Chicago on the 20th of May, 1863, make By this arrangment there timid animals are en. ', any arty. If the Democracy racceed fa bet-j w.-

9'f'I't. 1.0 I"bsot. and Cr'htol- wt'e!... lf1Y1 Jx vsrO, flonda. [Feb.2d 1867.-ly. morning at the Fir't Stall on the right-Jmi.1) lilt Judicial Circuit the following declaration of principle: abled to gother and swallow their IM..1 l Wbfotl-I ing their candidate, jon will be Mbjwtel II

Xo otfre*. for lJa.al lw. e nionthe..........' "be<.OOAn -- --- side going into the market. aeptaj 2d Ie _Milton. First Wti congratulate the country on the ever they have an opportunity, and to : as trying u the demand upon Vtein'tatjonq
lth..r Leal NoUrt an 1 Advert u"mDt will -- --- --- assured success of the Reconstruction project of over at their leisure. aferance : in CAM General
1"1dh, -- my prove Oritchos..i. II
,C'b.fI"CI arabft-of1.10 act'OI'd1J11f' >to" n OM JIUl'f'I'paC"t'. ut they u* nku'Mlt.y dollar D. MITCHELL M. D. 13. (i'. MORRIS, JR.SjCB'STKHj 4th E.John K.A.Foster.Warroek. Congress aa evinced ty the adoption in a ma- But the horse is adapted to be the servant Hasty m- naidered, pijnj. V
of the States in and friend of and another
.quare tlllCh j.et1Ofl.Oi&1 5th <: jority lately rebellion of Constitutions men, orgaru&ition I violent action in the event cia Demoerage tao-
1 \j1Tnlfot'll1" .1 .heTiffI CIICh in.cnion..nJ \her county :-nrt101AK AND BITROEON to CiLUT,tLL A. MoBRIi. 6th co securing equal civil and political rightsto and arrangement has been wisely provided for cess would bo almost sure ia the end to turn to

O ODe eeu4\ug lk.r..r 1"t'rtrof'Lt.rer 'Ita ff' muot ipeIfthc LUflibtf Off it tis former '.dcnce, corner C? F".}'* .zi Cotton Factor 7'h" C. IL Mobley, all, and regard it aa tho duty of the Govern- him. His stomach is smaller in proportion to your discomfiture, and render roar 1a ttta

"arUM of in UII req\, aid t'nclOfie a lum.cle1Jt Iwn J ilir.truew.. .Ttt"bm1viIle Feb. 23.-tlLEGAL. Oscar llartTeniis ment to sustain these institutions and to prevent his size, than man's; he ia consequently finable woe than the first; and yet ft witt 'rtqtj& affjfjd

.... aND ,. the of such States from to take much food at time. lIe
"cocr t.M'Rille.WliPII mucli: .. Pottermfment -- -V" --. -' - ---- people being remitted to a requires deal of self tonmujod to cocUol tit*Ttw-
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J'dIOOI caI1Mt ten tow SpA GENERAL I a state of pjiarchy. to be mere often fed but by this means he it 'i- from this
whiri they msy .Ili to 1.1, will COMMISSION MERCHANT, I I ; n depression. But the country ia
tit U1Y CM send tame w the Union uid remit the -- -- ----- of Court, Second. The guarantee by Congress of equal almoe always enabled to be at his master's that event will be to serio-isly divkled'aDdiO
UPf. -- 20 Old
.wullt on of Nil,after firt HKeroon.IKIOW line Slip, XEW YORK. Ae fROVJUCD BT TUE J.A8T I EGlr: >HTVilE.lt suffrage to oil loyal men at the South was demanded I service as we shall presently show. tre-a"r! excited, that a mull Uu'og iadncet

.1 fceqW isoUd.LI ?the. P"cc oow-V1 by eight FRANK K. LITTLE, Benj. C. ITornn.Jr., G'ncmll'artner. Frantz B. :ukr. -: Judicial by every consideration of public safety To explain our present subject, it will V l*> vmble cafaj'frophc Oa the other mar haadia_ .

.f nonparlel!iMal advuititeiwnt type e -.\\ in IOdvan.'t', in jcorc-,- N : 7ARY Aug., and 29 wm.tf. Harman Brawn special Partners. Circuit-Spring Term. of gratitude and justice, and must be maintained sufficient to say that the front of the hvl'**' diets: t .*-.-. ,f O"ncr-Mirant's election, yon will be
pith&oc 5 of the l l. which i iat folio*: mch Escambiji county-1st Monday in April. while the question of suffrage in all the contains his lungs, by which he bra..&& tie t V.- V< V on u tiercwea while longer yoapatieac*

Sic. i.deitCfltCd It"hall i be, to the publ.sh duty of nil the noUoe puhh-Vrr oJ:: dr"r- OTICE IN THi HANK BOOM, Santa Rosa county-3d Monday in ApriL loyal States properly belongs to the people of hind them, separated by only a thiu kid 01' ani orbearanccs. I am sore it will be nrwudai

\IIIPtD"UI P'JW'I'.o "tbo'lt delay; /-rtrfcM. That. biml sh..U not Co1 L! rk ) mi J Ocean St reetf, JaikK>!\Ilk. Fin.i'q JOHNFOIOVAKDIXG CLARK, Walton county-4th Monday in April. these .. akin, is the stomach destined to recu.w in tN- end. :I do not believe UuU Geo. Grants

W contpelled t >lM *ny DffTcc : a1T'f't1s'meut. .01Iith.. IIoliEss cc..nty-lst Monday after 4th Monday Third. We denounce all forms of repudiation brest the food. Each of these organs ia.Z6a1I-I :: 3 'U' enemy; I feel '' ieelakfadlr to-
unlN tht'ft, .Uowvd Ly law t.endued' -- -----_. -- &ERCrIAX.1AYJJ as a national crime and thit.wl! when in use the lungs occupvint .
-- I AXb COMMI-S'! :\ in April.Vashiigtit. h"nor ; w.'d.rou.. and will. do .ina& .nd -VI
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--:---- CIECLTr.1 V H. BISbEE, Jr. \ county-2d Monday after 4th requires tho payment of the public indebtedness when the animal is moving about: ana bream I ,n his coarse to-yui; .-large-majority-w MVKtr ef -

i[:FOCTITH It'DCIAL I WHOLESALE DEALER }1GHOCERIEg. Monday in April. in the utmobt good faith to all creditor at home ing more quickly. The space they occupj TH .t-TpuWicans will help you if joa wHJ do joor
IN CIRCUIT COURT, V T T O R N i: Y AT L A W. PROVISIONS, HAT, GRAIN Jackson county-3d Monday after 4th Monday and abroad ; not only according to the letter, then s: confind that onlyjone of them t..n be distended -1l"tIt tJ help yoarlElhel; great m&joritjrf lJ

FOCKTB JUDICIAL Ciac; :T. i LIQUORS, SEGAItt&ce., &c. in April. but the spirit of the law under which it was con at a time. The horse can swi oat hu .North await to be sore ittsssJe t lab

At Chambers. AngnBt 7. 1 CS. ) OFFICE: IB uoKc'a m.oct, AGENT FOE THE ENTERPRISE 8TEAMEU. fall Term tracted. lungs and breathe hard trot gallo, i*at. j-iu I v on.rdiaUy by the hand once more. Bid t&eo
Tae I*.-watuit! of the t&1er Florida at M. Fourth. It ia due to the labor of the nation tided his stomach be empty; he can JL it -rin your Time. Ia either event /
? ? aA. Ret-d' "possess your !
tju Brat e aiou lucrroi begnn and held at th Capitol -f J.JC ;SONT2H E, ZLOR1DA.E. June 16 Whar.llkJIOLri11E'; Fla. Escarahia county-1st Monday in October. that taxation should be equalized and reducedas safety when it rest or nearly so. till sid iooa u V.. .-V ience. Call to your aid thar grmtss* of
!of 1M Huite under the reixd Connitntiou. Jim**! .Iy Santa Rosa 3d in rapidly national will digested. Bat if both full the ;- ;i.
an act entitled 'n act to Provide f.ir th ubhoitlon ------ county- Monday October. as facility permit.Fifth. they are greyest a man qualities-eelf-control, and all win
of Uie lAWS and O'elal and Legal Ad 'life men t., -- '- --- -- -- HOME INSUEAMCE COMPANY OF Walton county-4th Monday in October. The national debt, contracted as it danger is to be apprehended; the Lone i ; well

appl"C7t1ld U17 1ist, lhGl1.11t : :K. FOSTER, Jr. Holmes county-1st Monday after 4th Monday has been for the preservation of the Union for sure to be "blown" almost immediate:ly, bel'Aaw Jir. Ad.m15'address was well nceived.3p .
6ec 4. It khall be the duty if the Circuit Jndp"of !in October. all time to come should be extended over a fair he has no room to breathe, and apoplexy m.) were afterwards delivered
each Judicial Circuit to derfgnato one JX-IKT pu..bed1I'Itbl1a :New Jblaven ly Gecnral
k*. circuit or In ronif clt- ill but afjoliJnir ATTORNEY A T L.. A W. Con. Washington county-2d Monday after 4th period for redumption, and it is tho duty of cause animals to drop dead in a minute.We *_jrapton and others. *

thereto WhICh pap T fthaH! be kao.n aa *thc <> !-tal l lr XARIXK AND FIRE INS CILANCE. Mondny in October. Congress to reduce tho rate cf interest thereon have mentioned that the horses stomacli The meeting was the largest Held this

LisilOtleeP>p.rcrftbJp.dioi and AdvertinernenU*! Circuit. reUUiit aud I iu to whicii the aaid nil SAINT A TG1"rIvlf.; FLA 3 ly Office on the corner of Forsyth and Ocean streets-UD Jackson county-3d Monday after 4th Monday whenever it can honestly be done. is small compared with his size; and from thi Oui- >. a

Circuit Court or to any County or Probate Court within st..ir. It F. FLOYD, in October. Sixth. That the best policy to diminish our we may learn that be ia not to eat wh at a

a U dfcnit: all legal notion el every description reo.nl- Dec.2.f Agent Id Judicial burden of debt is so to improve our credit that time without injury to himself. H" u cp? to t
nil by ia* to be pmblldted by any vrmon or fierftoor. J. P. SANDERSON, Circuit-Spring Term. capitalists will eeek to loan us money at lower do thu sometimes especially when h Sa* be*. Ii tu-y Verdict agaInst a S.tb!aa 'fl .

and M1 all cowity notioa in d of bbenfft drcuil fthall and otter be puhllshed.tM county."officer In I Franklin county-let Monday in ApriL rates of interest than we now pay and must con- kept long at work without being suj plied with i anee Comamltt..aaam.FromUu V

tbxt the .* xlond Union" I TTOR2\-rgy AT LAW, BERCKMAN'S Calhoun tinne food. When home his email "tvgm..r
therefore ordered A county-2d Monday ApriL to pay so long as repudiation partial or brought CT.i.llgo tpsi ikga. ciC.,1. '..

Purjlwlttiin aepaper pabliab thu Judicial'd at JarfctonvUlc Circuit be and in the th"ud ontinty- *of JACKSe.'viyxE! FLA. Liberty county-3d Monday in ApriL total, open or covert, is threatened or suspected. is crammed fall before any part of ir w tnued 'This jury in the case of James Cntngla v*

ia bereby deaifn aa "the olhcuclnijwr for the Ant .t4-U FRUIT NURSERIES (Gadsden county-4th Monday in April. into healthy nourishment to recruit.isted exhau- Foster Blodgett yesterday returned the heaviest

JlOII&h J IIIbcW Circuit" ia which .u 1eiiI i ncticefc and Wa.ktiUacount-18t Monday alter 4th :Monday Seventh. Tho Government of the United frame ;i-he continues eating on, and the diseases verdict that has been recorded in' 1M.-aicai&!

ofikaal admtufcrnentt, ab pedfied ia Raid gectidu 4, in B. R PERRY in ApriL States should be administered with the strictest called the staggers megrims u. apoplexyare Court for some time. The
fact ia this
aU Fourth Judicial Circuit or any county therein AUGUSTA th.n be publifbrd; and that tbie nouee recorded ed in GEORGIA. Leon county-2d Monday after 4th Monday in economy, and the corruptions which have been the dangerous and generally fat- result. *'.!1.\jd by the plaintifi; are u follows: Difg

the Ckaaoery Unier Book of the different C r\1i oflceU ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ApriL so shamefully nursed and fostered by Andrew We may take a hint from this ai-'? see tni : ne jear 1S53 Crangl* went to tins Stale of

the renpeotive ootmtic this 1 udictal, Circuit.A. K "IGHT. A.T LA"VoT_ FLORIDA AGENCY Jefferson county-1th Monday after 4th Monday Johnson call loudly for a radical reform. no horse is allowed to get at an uniiT ii.ed supply l;.. :r gu, where he engaged rim-l'f u a clerk
Eighth. We profoundly deplore tho untimelyand of food. A proper quantity ahouui be given .
auf IS tf Judge 4tb J uaicuU Circuit in April. 4' .r. firm of Gray &TurIey, who were then
.0 COURT STREET tragic death of Abraham Lincoln and and no more-enough to satisfy his retire-\
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TREES, PLANTS, AND GR\FE CtTTINGSC1to Fall Term. ; >i. business in the city of Angrata. After
the accession of Andrew Johnson merits and then to allow time fur hm
J.T-1 JTDItTAL CIRCt. Bostr, i, Mass. to the proper .o a. -.:o:' a dispute arose between th* firm sad tbs
4y ," Vare1k4. Franklin county-let Monday in October. Presidency, who has acted treacherously to the digest it. Many a horse has been kiljd; ttct ; -4, ;ft", and he left and went to fliathaiB

IN cmcurr COURT. --- YEARLING PEACH TREKS BUDDEU UPON Calhoun count--2d :Monday in October. people who elected him and the cause he was fit brought on by the comb having bern kt on:. ,-. where he obtained employment rf AI -

rlna JcuiCUL Cxnrr.AtChambeid7,1L'. t : stock. Liberty county-3d Monday in October. pledged to support ; has usurped high legislative open at night, thus giving him. aa op(. I4 ,r* Court of Ordinary' for that eoxttFa.i'u *-_
I _SEAL. ESTATE. C2F"Orders collated anil! liln-J at List prices. Gadsden county-4th Monday in October. and judicial functions; has refused to execute to gorge himself to death with tho iei&ptir..4 I to his
Wltmt The Legislature of the *te cf Florid, at -- ------ Catalogues Wakulla the laws has need his office induce food. Recollect this which V l get just does fccm ,Gny sod V'ur
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tte hid eaiton thcMol,begun and held .t the Capital furnished.POBT. county- Monday after 4th Monday ; rhyme U; r J' sued thee and obtaiaeIt > BtI
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of the But,under the CouftHmivn of IKS>*-.,: V A.rr 0. VWBY, in October. other officers to ignore andr;'i .io the lws ; has haps sorve. to recall aa io>partanfr7'rbcfplo %v fM a" t PGOIa Decem J of

an Act entitled an Actto Vrorideic. :he h iblirauo:' FLORIDA LAOT) AGENCY. 15-tf. Agent for F.orida, Jacksonville FU. Leon county -2d Monday after 4th Monday in employed his Executive power to render insecure mind : I :ear. he took a transcript of lp..cMiIIf .

of inly the Slit Law 11161i.and to-trit Official: AdvertiweuitLU, .!op October. the property, peace, liberty and life of the "Full feed then rest ; fIf M Augusta UT the *of 'T .,
Boction 4. It hall be the duty of the Circtt'. i.'u J-i* L. F. DEWEY & CO. FRANK SMITH Agt. Jefferson county-4th Monday after 4th Monday ;--.us f has abused the pardoning power ; has Often feed does best.; : rrinug there on the 27tt.cf ,Vm _. Be'
of .rb Judicial Circuit to dta-ignnle one paper pi.iib-; in O tober. denounced: the National Legislature as unconstitutional Ili: at a hotel where he wacikteatti -
ed within his drrntt 'r in Rom circuit nrairaiiE| : has and Horses that are obliged to be at W3rk a loa 'i' .-
which paper.to1!' !M> bona a* the O. cia! tsixrorthe. I Bual Estate Brokers No. I gammis' Block 3d Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. by ; measure persistently in his corruptly resisted time together, as in the case of carter"" plumen's a., f viaited hy Blodgett; who'ViEJanca **,', of 'V
Fifth JudKial Ci ;, .1 m wiiicr r L jfui Soliee* every power every proper Committees-Ju 111. t .
and A4TrrueaKnt n-ui.: ; i'J.aId circuit court or 'TrICE IX THE UNION BUILDING," Madison county-1st Monday in ApriL attempt at tho rteongtruction of the States carrier's or cab hones, shou-J nf I "',.. a" him to lean tha city aodiMirlK' V
to any County or Probate r'I' it within mid Circuit: all JACKSONVILLE, LA. Hamilton in lately in rebellion ; has perverted the public leave the stable without a nose bag, tni -i.e .. !> heo.
county-3d Monday patronage I
ApriL be
Irpml no:vea,of any doscription, required by Law to be JACEOSv1LLg. FLA. a-jj'tf I materials to fill it. When the horsn *' -" f- > eporttd to an ;. .
jHibii* d by any pcnon or peraooa ani all notkof HAS In Store and arriving Bacon Sid' wid Sboul Sawannee county-1th Mor.day in April. into an engine of wholesale corruption, ; S'frr i. seat down to''Oeorgiato iucnt t4
Benfti and oUier county oHoen in any county .n Mid -- ------- lieu Fork and llams, Lard, Butter and Taylor county-lat Monday after 4th Monday and has been justly impeached for high crimes awhile, it is put on, and he is enabled tu cbc-r i I I..-. Pf olt and ran from. A .

circuit shall be puKhrtid.Itittherefcre Homesteads Located.BY C-eese, Mackerel in barrel, kali barrels and kit*. Cod in April.Lafayette and misdemeanors, and properly pronounced Few mouthfuls-enough to prevent nw toC ta away T11hra-,
o-derud that the "Florid Union," a fish and Uerriiig, Klo and Java CoUee, Too, Broken and the exhausted his is 1 ( -' -le declined to obey .'_*;*-*-.
of ing strength kept s.i, : : VV
Mv.piper poUlsbed at Jacksonville: In the county of refined Suipira. Old Bourbon and Iteclified Whiskey, county-2d Monday after 4th Monday giJity thereof by vote thirty-five Sena- .hu ia bed the next
l>aT&lui tie Fourth Judicial Circuit,and ndjoinin:the which are ottered by the par ka?<- onlv. in April. tors. not able to eat too much, so as to hie ler his e-- K .1 into by the Yirit = .

r'i&a Judicial Circuit be, Had the Mid paper ia iiefby 1. F. DEWEY & CO. Nov. J-tf Columbia county-3d Monday after 4th Monday Ninth. The doctrine of Groat Britain and pacity to work, and the danger of hi* over- = ,
daBgnated M"Ute tl} 1'iftb -- rope was
Judicial --
J1Ilc1a11"P' -
------ -- himself in the stable is lesaeu-
fcrauit1 which *''l irpj noiirvr 1. 1 uCinal adr<>i lieawntaa .JU. .f .2T11 1 in April. other European powers that because a man is gorging greaU .e a taken into the street.c
*peafifrdui suit) wriiuii IV, tn .,icS .Kiflh Jniiaal -- J. II. GrovesU, founder the old and favorably Fall Term. once a subject he ia always, must be resisted ed. this useful implement has, from the abov* .'tf ,.Ipted to hang him to.. f,, 4'

Circuit furthrrorlc-it-u.or county therein .)iaii be pub.it he-dInd All Wanting Panns in Florida known bouie of Grovttcn & Co.OROVESTEEN at every hazard by the United States as a relic causes saved the lives of hundreds, nuy thousands Wa- r-.scutid by the police of J.J.tIt. .
hi tc1ae4itfh.
that this notice toe ictxirlcd in Madison of London Horse .oolc. -
1st in October. -
county- time authorized
Monday of the feudal *, not by the law
the Chancery Order lIook of the different C>.'-.'. office should: have the FULLER A. CO., e ar&d in the county jail for flW'ui.a .
ia the respective uwotiw of tide J udwi 1 Ct aiL Hamilton county-3d Monday in October. of nations and at war with our national honor he was released and
J. II. OU68. Flc 'ida Real 5MercerStN. Suwannee county-4th in October. and Naturalized citizens I czL&Z.efiMme .
Estate Register. Y. Monday independence. are en- Movements of the Owners of Cedar Lands t ma he was taken from his ..) _
-_Judge 5th Judicial CirccK.srrrxrn Taylor county-1st Monday atter 4th Mondayin titled to be protected in all their rif hts of c .- tm Florida.Mr. ret. his roost .
HeraddreiM on t'OCo'lpt of a stamp to pre-pay PIANOFORTES. clothing, papers sndTIIhne i iie ,ito.)11I.-
October. zenphip as though the were native born and
poet L. F. DEWEY CO. ot J200 taken from
[ JUDICIAL: I Jesse Carter of ad hbf4
owxiT.3IN Fla. citizen of tho United States whether native publishes an "
;! Jackwnville Lafayette county-2d :Monday after 4th Mon no d his committee and .
.5 i never retnraeet&i .1j'j.
CIRCUIT COURT. _! .' The Ut new edition to our rti.Tcrent (.t>Ita i h. attr-ct-! day in October. or naturalized, muft be liable to arrest and imprisonment dress to the owners of Cedar and Cedar Uilltl La-t .
-- -- -- -- j May Blodgett .
Ing the admiration of both cnf..n and j>oj.uiace.fe foreign for acts done in Hernanda and Hillsborongh counties, Fi"rid camej *:._.;
Columbia 3d by
county- Monday after 4th Mon- any power ,
firnxTH JUDICIAL HOTELS.ILORIDA mention o.c: Omvention &GII umi1- -
euilJyBonieol this ,
) p enimsol tlu. new PIano. *, inviting them to a convention for the ..1&- i _
At ChamUrs, Aufiurt. IRO*. i _. Bulieving the exterior should l>e M beautiful the day in October. or words spoken in this country, and if so arrested .e i* journnnjit of that
-- .-- eye of for their mutual -
"', The LrjrMature of the Slate o i'loriJa. at -- -- -------- -- a.1 melody to the oar, we have laid great attention to and imprisoned. it is the duty of the government pose adopting measures protection asisaaed
the Brrt_ion th-ivof, begun and held av tho Capi- retting them cp In a style that is coticcdod by all who I ith Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. to interfere in their behalf. I against Northern speculators in Ct'O .-l. .a at bodO-S t
ft of th Suva under the Constitution of pulled HOUSE have seen them to be the lund'mt l'1an -YOrt made Tenth. Of all who faithful in tho trials I i'i The writer complains that for tha last tin_ a. laced trader
ara act ft1tl -d an .'t J'ro\1de for the h\ .aUoa They are entirely! new etyle with lour round corner, I Clay county-1st Monday in ApriL were I I i he has been swindled out of hand turn be_ 'i u jingle's filing the declarattoa ."
of the La., and Offld l uid Ig*! Adveniwweata heavily caned legs and lyreIUM: richly riiviuUed, nnd V Biadford county-2d Mondar in of the late war. there were none entitled to more | years ...itiug tho above fact .
April. J. r'.,_
,approTrd July 81au 168. to-wh : AUGCSTWe, FLOKWA, contain our !intent new scale ami action. The tone u special honor than the brave soldiers and sea labor by the "shaving shops"of Now York .
Saturn. It hkU be the duty of the Circuit Judaw;of melodious aid iU adaptability to pa.-.wj.'i of 1'\1 y Baker county-4th Monday in ApriL who endured the of leaving his lands timberless and consoqaen'valueless '> '. I. gett'shaat< ,.$.-,. IJ... -V
tach J adieu] Circuit to desigiuiteone r-ap-r ;..ttstsbed i D. 3SAJDLEy, Proprietor. shade of expression,from the *itu-nt muruior, the Crescendo St. Johns county-1st Monday after 4th Monday men hardships campaignand which he thinks is the exxnei. c.. ." 'irCui'Coun BlodgBtftdafcri .-
vwahw Circuit or in aome Ci -'lit i.--- jiniu ajid the FE', ipvetthe licririnwcvery advautve: in ApriL cruise and imperilled their lives in th. service -j ttjrd but before it was mad:j," r V j
vbcb pap U be known .1w0f1..iall'IIIJCr."r- stloo of GaecU, Nov. let, W8.T of the concert grand. Price |:' juy! 301 v of the country; the bounties and pensions I I every owner of cedar lands in FloridaII %
1I4Id&1 (Circuit and in .. Xa&sau county-2d Monday wt..ch aU U0l Notion and Jidn. 0., .t. 1IuiI 6LflUNION I --- --- --- provided by law for the bravo defenders of the complains that agents from New York are sen.
? t OTtO I in April. for cedar set aside the default aadaun aIlo1r".k'! ; 1.:I'tt: t
Ln S. ...I Lt ny -- --- -- -- I nation obligations never to be forgotten out authorized to contract at forty U. ;: V
-- are ;
wiuun NUO Circuiu M'deTllltion' Le. .Jr.tl:8I G.hY GUIDE. Duval 3d
county- Monday afer 4th Monday in A-er.
p XrJcn &D1 w iny law to be HOUSE the widows and orphans of the gallant dead are fifty cents perjcutic foot, in currency only DOnhea.-p.
JJ6*.dfcTBiiy person or rerwnj and Ll Se Uee of Younp's Great Physologlcal Work, or every one his ApriL the wards of the people-a sacred legacy bequeathed worth fifty cents on the dollar, and that by if The motion wu stpeu'by.Court .
omut* .aod oliwr county nflletTs iti any shaU be pnbli.shel" LV ':'nl or thoae about to marry, both male and le- I to protecting care. : Interested endi'lg. Soon after Cortopea d th*
Lad "ta* There ItO '*Ier P. li-hed inUnion"the'8PeesibJlIdAsnai male, in everything concerning the phynology and relation Clay county-1st Monday in October. Eleventh. Foreign emigration, which in the I:1 to a remeasurement by patti.* f his ,
C1nu.i&and the .Floncl& it of our."XUal.y.tem, and the 1 reduction or Prevention Bradford in October. past has added so much to the wealth, development in New York, the timber producer ia swindled r4' Tangle's attorney, oo. tioa iot. thoorJc
JWIaa1 JlllIaboW ill adl8OII""e bunt Coty, in the Fourth M. J. MURPHY of ofiaprinK, Including all the new discoveries I I count.2d Monday of and increase of to the I I The better qualitea of red cedar, whkh is it. moved by Mr. '&om ImaieI.LaL Hieaksk .
Cam t ad a.dJoInlng to the Seveuh J d1CS&l never bWore given in tho English lunpiagc, by Willm I Baker county-4th Monday in October.St. resources power i 1 dornand by manufacturers both in thioi for aJul1o. aasthd: .
t."ftw1. It ill tberelore, ordered tliat the aU ?JOri4& Voting, H. D. This Is really a valuable and Interesting I Johns county-1st Monday after 4th Monday nation, the asylum of the oppress-*! of all nations great was granted and the facts in
UIIioa"a tPpsip.cubLabr4 in the city of J..cJtDa1'lo1 COR .' OF L.MTBA AND DUVAL 8THEKT8 work. It U written In plain l language fur the general in October. should be fostered and cncouragat by 1I i couutry and in Europe is chiefly obtained in I III
.nhl., COIIat1, bd dDAU1 as the oibrial pt- reader, and is illustrftted with i pwards of one hundlw.mrraTings. I liberal and '. South Florida. The beet grades of this timber rod h* ibno, and they retited;'for- ;_. .1'n.
per of the th Judicial Chmft. in "t All married people those Nassau county-2d Monday after 4th Monday just poUr) ; Alter a brief abseaee they tutor iZh
IIUIt.-p1 or ,
Jacksonville Pla.T young contemplating to Enroi, where itcannnar.ds u Li5h pnc I csasa Courdiet
aD4 Twelfth. This: Convention declares its goes
vti.e I'I1U relating to the d Circuit and having the least in October. *ym-I
marriage imiwdinient -
: v. for for.
1 Crangta $50,000. .
ti Cswtgt 11Wbda a.aj Cutuatr or rroboiLc (lun in"i4 8n'eu. >H ::1"ta1E I RECENTLY ED.uASln.KNI' to married life, should read thin book. It winces I fceerets I Duval county-Gd Monday after 4th Monday in pathy with all the (VProtW' people which are J I, in gold-the writer states as high in some instances Mr. o .:. .
iqssired C1riuh a.U Le:..01 1&" Il. Mr1ptJco, .lv! nruparMl tor the accommodation of T tor. thatrery on* thould acquilnted. with. Still itU I October. struggling for t their rights. !' as $12 per superficial foot Bat it goes Craagle'g attorney immediately en tM
wisad aft bJ I.0 J-etJofl.be.1'1l141u1abc I.)' any 1 sozon or per- dcrin f-ut and winter.Th a boor that muat be locked UT, :' '. uut lie about the I I I i to Europe on account of the Northern speculator tulirtg of UM.rndict, onoved for jadgmm$
within* ftberiO. arwt other county offlwnUiaiiT ,CABLES arc runp!l'.riona were offi.rHl'y who realizes immense profitsMr.. Carter '& :but it was evidently exorbitant that
-Wit 11 fnjth county said circuit.hiW I*I-ubliahecl. furnl '- LV Uw Dome or reoeired from the .. Addrem tr. W*. VocjrnNo. 416 Spruce street, Spring General Carl S hurz, and adopted as part of the Juxge WnGamare&sedtoaDova judgment to
ordered Uat this the markets of the world to cedar
nobO tHO ftO t.J in 3'.1 a bove KourtK, Philadelphia. 8-lr says are op<>a
.tilt tU Chanerry Order Book ot the Jft-n-ct Clerk's offices Tn. .ijru4>M or pema'2<>Tit boarder*accommodated -. -- -- --- ---- .- !:I Sumter county-1st Monday in March. foregoing platform : I producers of Florida, and there is no reason i lot". entered ia accordaneo with the vecdiet,t*adi
retpectrve countiw cf this J udictal OlrwtA ,. .we terms. 1 16-U. Putnam county-2d Monday in March. M quite probable that a motion to set aside
JOHN W. onra: 'i Eftolted, That we highly commend the spirit j why the profits of the business shoal-! go all into -
IUICK.Blanks .
.I.th .In'-J ChotoJIi\.. Itf Ft..1 Ja. UNITED STATES {: Marion county-3d Monday in March. of magnanimity and forbearance with which I the hands of the speculators. Tr. proven: the ii.idins of the:Jury Tritt receive fa vor UeW'
---- --- --- -
=- MISCELL&NEOUS.V 1 Alachua county-1st Monday after 4th Monday the men who have served in the rebellion, but this, and to protect the general interri of tho siderauo&! : i.: I_ .-j35 '
in March. _
VI now frankly and honestly co-operate with ns in owners of cedar lands, he proposes to hold a
= :- V MAIL & EXPRESS. Levy county-3d Monday after 4th Monday in restoring the peace of this country and reconstructing convention of the owners of such lands in the CuLTVU 07 F.HeLu

of all Kinds P A3T'I' !! March. the Southern State governments upon counties of South Florida and on the Half ec 4 ; uf Pateraoo, K. ?, prei fatho V

I I I'I'I Fall Term. the basis of impartial justice and equal rights, for tha formation of a Bed Cedar Association, fclloTOig good*fld.bi fdtwotoupU hr th.matag1Ial .

1'I' thredby : Sumtcr county-3d Monday in October. are received back into the communion of the the object being protection against cormorant $ of 2wberT7Vyatl4

I PLANTERS AND OTHERS. St.; Augustine_&_Jacksonville.A I i, Putnam county-4th :Monday in October. loyal people ; and we favor the removal of the speculators. He thinks tho Floridians can control )
o cedar market and that in view of the
and restrictions imposed the ofc.igi.sea
CIRCUIT disqualifications upon
and Marion county-1st Monday after 4th Monday
COUNTY Paint manufiicX
COURTS Z GraftOlllllDe1"l Company now -
I Hpn t> sing the Cfceapxt and most Durable l'int DAILY LINE OF PASSENGER HACKS WITh i in October. the late rebels in the same measure as their advantages that are taken of them they will be

ia n* : two coals well pat on, filLed with pure Liniieed relay of horses, U now running regularly between Alachua county-3d Monday after 4th Monday spirit of loyalty will direct, and also may be perfectly justifiable in associating for that tmrposo. -
Jaekaonrille each
and ,
PUOBATE Bt. Augustine leaving place I
COUnTS Oil, with the of the .
cornstent safety loyal people.
promptly at 7 A M.,daily-Sundays excepted. in October. it1'k:;
I ViULast 10 or 15 Years ; Levy county-1st Monday after 4th Monday ini Ketolted; That we recognize the right princi- Portions of the coast region of Georgia Phil tx
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, THROUGH IN EIGHT HOURS, I i I November. ples laid down in the immortal Declaration of abound with a fine quality of cedar, and our ;
It is c/ *liyut bruwn rortUfnl cbxKoUie color, and the true foundation of Demo people in that quarter will feel an interest in a
i.-t'.' Jacksonville with the Railroads for Independence as ., ;
caabJbiBfadtore l.toDf',4rabohveorCf't'aDl, connecting at Savannah Gth Judicial Circuit Term.
SHERIFFS&OTHEK COUNTY OFFICEUS I to in. .1eUte ol the; OoIl1llMr. It II valuable tor Tallahassee, Fernandina, Cedar Keys, Ac. 'I -Spring cratic government and we hail with gladness movement which has for its object tie enhancement ingthbenles, lilT

&ntr Oam* c Ai .-. '&" and Hernando county-1st Monday in March. every effort toward making these principles a' rf the value of cedar timber.Ntvs. .- C'CIIIINI ginth rus or V : i* :. .

andLEGAL 'Yoooqrel AgncuUural ImpiemenU, Canal iJoatsj I I FARE, SIX DOLLARS. llillsborough county-1st Monday in April. living reality on every inch of American soiL iu4bs L ..Ui"ehrt ?

j >'EiVsEL8 AND SHIPS' nOTTOMS.I Polk 3d in April. .
JJybLa! line passengers will go through in comfortable county- Monday

BLANKS { Cnve, Metal! and ahlngle Roofs (It being Fire and than vehicles by and other vitli less route.fatigue,exposure,hazard or delay, Manatee county-4th Monday in April. Civil and Xlcllffloitc Liberty ic Spain. foom fct dH mo M ttt Vtivf4 V
, Watt .- iToof). Floor Oil Olothg. (one JUnnfactorw har- Monroe count-2d Monday in May. i The tremendous which tha events of "
OF EVERY tug *.*\ MM bbte.) tlte p* t jear,) and as a paint for any Paclagetfor Southern JZrprest Company delivered -. Fall Term. change
DESCRIPTION make in the destrues of t'ia :
jnirrr\ unaurpaMod for liody.dllT&billte1b dt1. AtUiiAed T&I-WXXKLT he last days may rmu
her' 1Z T5QYS -1
aadctiTcDeM.. 1 bU will .upply a planter for year tafely and promptly.For I Hernando county-4th Monday in October. shown by tho fact that the Provisional Junta Vof
k..lIOUtaan. .laud tQC'r.f BY WILLIAM KIRK & COMPANY. has made declaration Li fau, cf
....th l or l'"c.fod tt orIr.1 at I'.woDa Passage, apply in Jacknonvine, tthe "Taylor llillsborough county-3d Monday in October. of Madrid a tpes iXi' '
WARRANTED IN ALL CASES House;" and St. Augustine, at the I Florida HOUHO." Polk county-2d Monday after 3d Monday in civil religions liberty. Civil liberty in Spvlnlai a oo4 fo ; ;

FLORIDA l a.u.t OFFICE. f l,-tf. NEL802T UoNEIL Proprietor. October." BnaC1InlOY : not existed during the time of the tr.'iteutdynasty. .' a3 r e6Io *

Jbnac.u, 'i M aV Si-nd for a drrnler which gives full jwirticuUn. -' -- Manatee county-3d Monday after 3d Monday Twelve month ................... ts oc There was infinity more cml !iiberU vLiiL. b&.aZ. .
Ole e W&JII'I'PUed ka .Dd pl"iDtAd. ftr" lartre .up"If" t .'cvy- niuin unk- braaded la a trade mark r. V. -D founder cf the old and favorably in October. 8LI months ............. 600 in that country during the reign of J JOSEPH t tBoMAPAaTB __* V V
w!aft prC"ftttre4 to famish then Graft V n-ii.i J'alni. Address kbown house of Orovustecn t Co.
at I ji
the '
Ia advance
( before .
fMh pnoos as f jHCKDRED j T. H. MAXEY. Monroe county-3d Monday in November. always) than there ever was or oia V '

i (na OX& 'v'II) : t t i Spring ble at this time, ia vfcw of the fact that Ponaaoola ia I a boon which in intolerant Spain wns unl wfu. L II :
tWUsifltfOCOffltnitUkOllt,... ..S:;.50 I Lave removed to their Dade in effecting her Railroad eommunJcatioa with the North- rtnv *nt J I VV
Monday ol It
2 ALtachment ____ -.-. --_ county- April. wurt even to think is like the realization at. V V
n. and becoming point of interest to enterprisincnum. ii i.r
3 Bond or ,. 3,50 New Warerooms I Brevard county-2d Monday in April. It is devoted to the development of the material dream for the Spanish people to find that "V. V
t Indictment, 8,00 Volusia county-3d Monday in ApriL in lei IItI of the 8u.to of Florida and in its local department regulation of such important matter is in th.&j -
Search W&IT1t.nt .. .. ... .. .. 3,00 devotes pedal attention to the immense Lumber,
6 ComD ( top .fttfLL & 55 Mercer street, New York. I Orange coo.nty-4th Monday in April. own hands. They have now an opportonfiy f t..
and Timber trade growing In its rldmtyAI also to
t1J'l0'lt .. .. .. .. 3,00 trp
which bv
6 WuranUor Fall Term. other eommelcial Heal which to the careful reader will uaert princples heretofore were ;
7. J'nst-I..aroony." ... 2,50 PIANO FORTES.The Indicate the development of the great jmtural advantage their hope., They can, by revolution DOW, *'

$ Aault Ac Battery, 2,60 : Ads.cipnwDtaforwrdedt0Au1 New p Pf" Dade county-1st Monday in October. *of Peruaoola M a port. V fill the national mind with hope and dire &t

t Sainahclcll.... ... .... ... .... .... 2,40 Vo dtane charged on Wisher's prices.AfllndinxX great Increase in tbe demand for our Piano-Forte Brevard county-2d Monday in October. Advertisement Mlicttcd. Jane U the accomplishment of the great misfil, rr

10 Cipii*, ... .... ... .. ... .... .... 2,60 ..Coat kept of 011 file. fun throughout Manufacturing country facilities, have to three compelled times Loti their to extendour former Volusia county-3d Monday in October. freedom, that no matter what d1I\trt1'T""I, .4sL $. 4V

Oa.rnisttnt1;.. .._. .... .... .... 240 JGW-lD.Uo.M to Advertising and added new In V
11 All or ers receive cmnrful atteation.laiiuiilce also baring many improvement an- Orange county-ith Monday in October. hereafter be seated upon the thronp; :nr&religious '
8i.iptrea, .... .... .. .... .... .. .. 2,60 hy afail answered proinptly.C utacturinff, wa hall continue to keep our priees the FOR SALE liberty will claims wbi"eanot
12 AMiimplit... Uts of for aalo.Advv.Oaemetut acme I.m they always lava been the los ct of any flrstclusa .. BLANKS posses
U & .... ... ..... 2,60 .n ?4 rt Llau rriBtcd Drepard for.Kewspspers llano-Forte maker by at i lesiist one third and we : be thrust aside. The joy of the p&i4ap

0-.11- ... 0... ... ',O 8pPc'.t Written and Notices CUr respectfully solicit by parties about purcLa; comparison PRINTING Madrid hat been shown b1pe ullart1.tJalOri :

Jl ment for W 4.. .... 3,00 Ord a fc r Basin ma Men especially aolicltM.JwllM with all other maker July SO ly i JOB DEEDS tie demonstrations. By meeting _- --_ ._- itt

Piet4F&c2lr.-b ... -1.. .... ... ..ee _5,00. i BILLS OF LADING, and otherwise it ha lima .d.. .

fGrrJ'nJaw. Cuwt. &iLotnstas4 c. Rockland Lime OF EVERY 'DESCRIPTION DONE, AT APPLICATIONS there U i desire fat: religious i .. .., .
Date4aaaaw 4 0 fA4o t :FOR V HOMESTEADS, strange for Spain; but it I amoOf *< .

1'1'OIII '.1 C:on tantivon hand 'and'tar sale in lots to suit. by AND LEGAL BLANKS the period'and tho. effect ransT tar "- ,.
-, fW WA11'10.1 RICHARDSON it BAHJTAKD; i The Union Job Office.. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. all time hereafter. '.>> 1.wrJ' '
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City 1rtUu. ofSLwrerelj Jatrn4M Jo&g&on has beenspeeches StAte41na*. ',. Tbe'JDtmocracy Demoralized.rkorx exhntna it from under in ((1
S i at the G-ttreet wharf
V A i'.ti..tcn i &-1be2bporlcr : Tho late CD cncASGB or CANDIDATES.takrlh nese tght
Tho election for a and four aldermen criticsod fo irnsy at fays '
mayor anbad to where the in them. and tho
it io4l to Capitol, -.bis
to fill the Tacancia i in our ci rfovwnment took puWe dibezncdiU ai3'1 in England dra jalojof inarcf,iho 2d th ]
place on Monday last Bw5d $ jfttkr* 1i4 Le, icve that he 'she iroght'lkave'remain ed?bu |or WashToglort desptatch to the Fhiladejjht4: .r4 icl an extoailr [rapping of cotton. It was tlo State, peace and protparity f fc

od by Oen. Uoj king and tha,iuT?.2 Uepli $ I,.5,*i:1y,: #teiF V 1tbeaJp1vnatical1y- SI t t4> thiki11VarnIcnergv of Commander Hoati r..andhitf Quirer,, dated Oct. 15th. -i 4 taken at rstio| ttf Senate chamber, but after- I V. It u wpfctod! that thtvRiot4 *

.. WZBtA. .' OCT. 31, 18OS. her'oMfe' andobnd.Voio atd3, Dy1 dlrect! Hi of Judge Usher, Secretary ibie-rn pononorj &zIl.J5
'T ticket there were quite \nua__.. p.pIi&ck ,,_: .ie th1 \ fiafeent of the Alabama ,cEQcer ,vV oo brought PooaiJEYMOVIl AiD Br.iaj V otAe Inteti t TtmoTcd to the Patent Offic, Th Qwutrtnsater'sthenecessaty.

in the field,and a very fa/ge amounlfof "scrafcliing claims.-.'- etlin"13fl's confidence, and Ktcuit ddt bpenod EDro laB*' refk. Tho"proposition to withdraw Seymor an where it has since rem.uneL-WasA"'t>A S'/ffr. tranaportaBy
fjth Q$ Ofl1mU- Owing to tho failure of: the County .nnmissiuncrs Blair, which was first publicly discu&sed to-day *
order of Colonel
to have been done in addition.Tho have him. John T.
Eoema you of the lalBtatutd interest Sprang
the writer to meet the rcquircmcHts among tuo'DcniocratB, has excited intense
S ruult was the election of thecntirollop"TLTpoIlalrtood'aTfbno'wf DcinocraticpoliticLanaare soroly disturbed at in paneling a jury; nothing wai done Binonif the polititians of both parties- -Theolcclions V V T1WR.P41W-SLiMAUY. 'Iit.I.ieUt .r1z&.8AIIo,
Uant Se,
St $ tyf inTriceL'I : tho- course pursued by General JlcClellan. It save a few decisions by the court. His Honor iu I'eunsylvania, Ohio and Indiana V3dt u ZIWI. V'-T.2 Ifaafr.
S 4 Jjfcan Dact&ke: ilo relurn r preserve Judge Cocko presided here for the first time; his have demoralized* the Democratic AetincAssaIantAdJ ,
W *<4 j $ StpS: is well understood in political circles that -ifhe cuioplctsly WASHINGTON; Oct. 15>t 'Rert-nne to-day, Official: L J. Ssnno 'jrg u
for him the esteem ,
S notuici.r5 gentlemanly hearing won leaders, some of whom openly advocate giving

-- : :i.rl 1.Lopkuii,11. ..V,...-.. .,.... -1C7 had not V been a Democratic V* rVV.V_ candidate for V V tkePrwiaency aud good will of tour cilizuua.v >We regard, ,him up ihe struggle, by 'allowing the clectjoa-ia No $201,000.VVV Cutoms Imom lmrst 55 ho_ teutri_ instants_ inclusive,

S S SDirtSieU Thomas S. fielli! 131 he would come ot openly in favor as an able jurist, and well qualified to till the vnmbcr to yo by default, so tar aa their party is 5,253OQO. 't : 1

** 'r. Uartridge, .. ; ... i.tJ.yn: .. 1S of tho'Republican candidates. As it in, he is position of Judge cf the district. Tho Hon. concerntnl.: Other are in favor of the Thcs.' 1tIAiri1wa V & appd ted'Revcnue Supervisor .. : )L' L: .*mo togw j%

: L3a ULYSSES S. GRANT. doing the opposite party more harm than good. Judge Hawkins, of Marianna, was present, also WITHDRAWAL OF tiEixoi n AND,BLAIU, for the District composed cf Virginiaand S S
Nathaniel Baker and George P. Jiainoy, Esqa.. V.( r Ow.
S r n.
V 4VSV V lie has refused to take in politics and And the substitution of Chase and Ilendricka, o'Ifcndricks West Virginia.Gen. S Tte n.t te.W ,
14** any part of in Calhou an-1 Liberty
iVk..PresLdeflt, Bartolo Thebaut,...*,. ... .. .. _* 278Jdorria this city. No courts and Chase they don't care which, a8 Howard has i>nuc S .. 165 not only declined to preside at the New York counties this tcrm.Thportcr.PESAC3LA.The ,
Dzyalioeki, ,.-,, ,, they think they succeed with either- Bat Commissioner of the Free men's Bureau, 1Qmtat t.1ag
COLFAX.Komlnatlnf Wo.-iL Ledwitb, ..i.-,'-.. i... .- .% 152 demonstration refused to countenance tho young men of PL-nsacoln the short time can before the election to cUae his office oa jrethLer.1st. f .
K. N. Williams/ H6 the have formed an amateur histrionic club, to be remaining October 16. four Senators and eleven I' 9r.M.e*. S
his Privately) the '--Ouly ;,
proceedings by presence. arid the which arise ten
S : C. B. Wilder,.... ,.ki ,.,,-iv,... .... 142J. known as the "Democratic Association of Es- complications among .Representatives are heie. Wade 'and Colfkx The tettpmtor tea the wwk.72J : .,
(1 IileI ; Corirentlon.CWOSmiE b. Adams, ... ..... _,S .;..V. ..'. 130, Democrats are very indignant at his course, and cambia." The Ol-urver prai-ta the "theatre ffiend<) of the gentlemen named as to which adjourned their respective Houses to the 10th of Amount iHroraeter.of rain bwranje4 dnr1njtheiiItINENEd te>m nioo j,

::;: : SepL, 21, 18C8.alXi .\Vm. T. Garvin .. .. .r. 113 particularly for his endorsement ot the Hepub- hall," and promises a description ift a future shall together occupy with tho the chief claims position of the friends on the of ticket Han, November. Ui

c4 ; piibUciin nominating Convention will be'bddi.Ts1&hiiieee O. L. 1eone, .. 3 lican platform in hii latter addressed to A. Oak-V issue. brought cock, who are detcrmed that if any change is Dispatches from Indiana. inJicaJe! the almlit S

onTcseDAT, the 3d day ofxoytI The city government is now, therefore, cotnobcd cy HalL Tim U.iho S. gunboatienobcot of Ponsacola, on was the Dth ii st.up, made in the candidates ho must bo placed at certain election of Julian, and fix Bakers
V opposite city
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kfl.ftt:18: o'clock, r. M, for the p. r'a as follows: The authorities here have official information by Capt. Eastburne, for the purpdSo correcting tho head of tho ticket all indicato that it will majority at 1,000. JACKSONVILLE, OCTOBER 20 iss,

candidate ivi ji tutor ofCortgresa JJpyor-Edward }Lopkins.d1MC'iftIWLfl. of over two hundred murders committed by (or "dwinHrinK") his compass he large bo next. to impossible for the leaders to come to Gen.:to Hancock's New loik hoidqiiarteri.V.arobc-en V removol .A.11.XV.&L8_V. VS W'
in time to effect '
SS Grot he, John Cardy, U. bla- Demcciats in Louisiana during the last six amount of iron in and around the Navy Yuri ::10) definite understanding the coming election. October 17._lte>etiua receipts to-day $250- .&t 1;
needles anything .
variations in the (
too V *
'' J-iach county will be entitled to a number of ger, E. P. Webster, Bartolo Thebaut, MornhDzyalinskl months. To Arkansas, no l less than -six Union producing Capt. E. was successful great in his object, using the Cosui.TTioN AMOXCJ TUB LEADERS. 000. V Oct 17 Schr; Ellen M ]3.ixter,

In the number ef its merabers in Wm. Led with and S. N.Williams.Vuy Lren Tha following ia the wpckly financial state ppvnpy aaitt
S ::4u1di brtT members of the LfcRislatuie have recently light house as a point of olwrvation. The IVQobscot It understood that an informal consultation ment of the Treasury: Fractional currency

4JLa AJbOtflby. littlo interest eecmed to be token iu the assassinated ; and the work of murdering Union has but recently returned from Jlajts, of ecvcrar of the Democratic leaders was held receipts $546,000 ; shipped to New Orleans, Oct 17- Brig Virginia CIA.D.Dare,? tJcgton. V

; ; the Republican State Executive election by moat of our citizens and a small vote men throughout the Southern States still goes und lia-1* orders to Eiiil tor Aspinw all. .o-day, privately, in this city, when the whole looooo ; to New York. $100,000 ; to LouU- I D. C. pp'-agrr Ko.ei k tjo. 401t

5, Commodore Green was expected at I'on8acoa! -ubject was di cu sed and a proposition that villo and Cincinnati each of the I-Sh,Anw CTaaey,
50,000; national -
ComzniU did ,
e. was polled. Large numbers not even reglaUT on uninterruptedly in most of tho Southern take command ot w hardy &Co. ,y,
the 16th of this month to
M. CHENEY on Frank Dlair should withdraw was made to his banks $35OOOO securities hold for circulating
*4 ; Oct l7- ,
.:- $ rdar. and out of nearly four hundred and Oft\ States-in localities where there are no United the NaVy Yurd.Tho btother, Montgomery Blair, who promised to national bank note*, 342,000,000 ; r Clak. Stiunpeile,Strtt a, ew

S registered haidly three hundred voted. States troops-if a man favors the election of October tcim of the Citi-it Cecil, Jinlg.- .jiiaiuc-r the matter, but the indications are for public deposits, $3SCGC.UcC : national bank Oct 1-Str 1IULe, ILWGC1d, Xaierp,.. j

Theeleotion passed off very quietly with no Grant and Colfax, ho is liabTn to be shot down Homer G. Plantconvened ut Pensadjla 0:1tlio 'h-it: hy doci i.ot look favorably upon the sug- notes issu >d during tao weta, l1i'iOO ; actual flark.

t. NOTICE. c'.k'ir.cnt at the polls. Several small fights at moment. We have reason to believe 9th iust., with a lull attendance ot the lai. Vesn and tho opinion is general to-nit that circulati. to this daie,*' 29:>,000,000 ; fraction- -
any The Obsfrw : Jacksonville
says 10 will reject it. nl currency redeemed during tV.c * ) c Scrip and Convention Scrip .vul Vcmcclr between tht police and colored people took place that but a small portion of the outrages ci m- This was Judgn Plant/ first sitting under h.s GENERAL UAXCeCK.Id 000. V

*. l Lt the Usiox office in payment for Euheriptic1'S. in other parts of the city, caused Oy drnnkncsut mittod ever reach the North. Tho telegraph appoint rat-nt. and as a matter of COUTMJ of interest. hitrnttcc also here, and it ia understood ho has boon Gtncral Sherman Las issued a fl' M arder calling for the rum Jy WQUii ,iACISWNVILLZ

aa4 AdvertUemenU at 80 cento, on the dollar."The on the whole the city wrjs vety t ana Hgents throughout the South are all bitter upon his now honors was a matter approached: concerning his willingness to take attention to the bravery an- gallantry of
Ills aflUb.o and eelf-possosbcd IUUH-H': OCroB 17ai
c oi tain officers and men of his command in the
St-- S rderly.: _ _ rebels and they arc comjvlM! rot to send any- mutt have imptufesed all present,and the c >'u:, iv: frccxind place on the withdraw ticket, provided and Chase Sojmour ia- recent fights with, tie Indians, and makes special COMFtora-
be induced to
L benefit of the Republican vieti- t1t for (;riif.1'uz1bylvtU1i ln.ljiili th
tacts BO far as obtained, como through private trio bar approached him in the prcsciuui u! forty-seven scouid, who fought aud repulsed six Tennesw'e Whit.,.
Jies in tLo lat nortliern clcctlurja \ f I'li'vonth hour. Chaso's friends denounce the 1iiM
ha ia been carried for thu 1Upublitan :- their views on questions arising, gave assutur.ioof hundred Indians in st's oral charges killing wet.V
sources. As illustrating this reticence on Jn> to nominate him as a dtrnier resort, .ale...........
und jioposuiun i
of from in tho future
tickut relations contradiction -
alraadjr.porceptiblo. Gold ia i down j130J. by a majority 10OQO to pit asant a eevftnty-3re, and maintaining their position foi .5 -

15,000. Ohio gives tho Itopublican tickut 30- part of the Southern news agent, wo may state to the rutnor which i.s cm rent thut the ids )fno say ho will not accept the nom'rajuL eight da}s. A number of privates are ucntion1 St. Louts FamIly,.. ........ "BM.V
Financial matters indicate a if tendered hm. It is reported that llan.dck Northern bran-U...... .
000 majority. Indiana gives to tho same part} the second instant Union had enterotl into binding obligations to i ignol' shown "umval ?
hat on a man, a native liy name as having bravery Tennessee and
make concessions, and i ii Otorpa.... -
is to
healthy and hopeful condition and Sou diem a majority of 7,000. The column of llei ubli- of New York engaged in business in Gear his court, and among tliuiuselvu) Ijudicitc willing any and will i :. -liHcrcnt occasions. extra, winter wheat,....?.. .. ** .
will in tho For of o1! 'h ..ivorablo to making a now ticket, go .... ...
can electoral majorities stanu State their Ciibus. want a jury, cai Superfue, ..........
bonds are already on the rise. that havo now voted thus : gin? was followed into South Carolina ( wber. criminal and common law trial dockets wen ui it or not, as his friends may decide. Xurtbcrn y*"'-" OAm-FulI weights 32 ) '

ho wont on business) and murdered, In cold continued. The appearance docket wa calli-' On the other hand, General Kosecrans, who is Rociiawrnit, Oct. 1G T'. ann a alf inches hAT-(IoodWe.terVn.................... in;

.. oMaine 7 '""looJ. A colored man with him was murdered and a few motions taken up, tu Lo.ir ono 01 'V so here, is said to be decidedly opposad to mak- of snow has fallen here. Za stern, ...................peret V
Tho telegraph to-day reports sever?.] which the court adjourned until todiy.TAMMtAsstr. ig any change in the ticket at this late day. FORTRESS MotnoE, Oct. 17.-Three companies Northern................ 11 V q S
Pennsylvania.26 at the samo time. These farts Wame known, .ui thinks it would be disarstrous for the Detnoats of heavy artillery v.r.o departed Southward .*an-

more murders of Republicans. B. T, */IllO** .... .*.. .** ..*. .**.* .. .. .* .. *t,Ji m not through tho telf'grsla, but thicjgh thu .-Tho Supremo Couit of th- .' tv change front at this stage of the battle -Battery I, Firs" Artillery, for Atlanta, Fine standard,........ ............ V

i3 1nuian .. ... .... .. .. .. ... .. .. ** *. .. 13 Stale of Florida was opened by proclamation >..iiho !lie of the that if this new BACON-
Randolph, a colored member of ;<; agency of a Union man residing near the eronoof sheriff of Loon county, on thn 13th of Gotober is opinion programme 'Georgia; Battery A, Third Artillery for Columbia Shoulders, In salt, (no quotation.
18 carried out, nearly half the Democrats will South Carolina Baticry 0 Fifth Artillery 'S smoked ( oodbri-tmt.... 4
South Carolina Legislature, was del.I-. Tot41 .... .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .72 murder writing to the Augusta (Va) JitpxM- V 18C8. Present: lion. Edwin M. Rambill. Vcorno di gusted and vote directly for Grant. ,, for Raleigh, North; Carolina. Cumberland, M>d
  • Bellies, I
    lion. Ossian 15 H.srt
    at:1h9t5at: Cokesbury on tho iCt.i1ti .I Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan! Rhod" Island can, for information as to the name of the mur.derodman. Chief Justice. ; : c I'ho President is understood to bo favorable to PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 17 -Very cold, and the Ribbed Sideii, irooked......* 11 e

    L Massachusetts Now Temi election of Grant will -he now programme. first snow of tho season is falling. Clear Ribbed Side., moked,. ..V..L '
    ; Hampshire, isco The put a with by Rov.Kcuniore. C1iad .. a
    'the Sheriff and Parish Court orcned Clear
    ann Judgtof 9 prayer Nnw YORK October 17 Oc Inches Long Sides,nnmoked,.... ..
    Iowa Missouri, Minncsata, Wieconsin, Nebraska stop to thcso murders. The elect ion of Seymour Oil motion of Boiling 15 ik.-r, l>(qUon. I.ONO .N1) F.tItNET CONSVLTAT'OXS i.j jnr Short Clear Hideo, nncmoked, none.,

    _;Bt- ilar-'s js.naied Parish La., were assassi- Kansas, West Virginia, will a M rn"\- wonld drive every loyal man from the South Wm. II. Glcnsim and Hou. T. W.ikLioan O.-t- Were held at the White House to-day, at whichSoriotary of and snow Worcester.has fallen Other ct iSiughampton eastern cities, Ccncord report a, Po thdMess. ,........... .... ..........
    the 17th inst. born and by J. C. McClciUn, Kwt., J. U. McCulloch Postmaster-General Ran-
    on .eq $ti isom d
    ; hnnlr nnd A. F. BOTT.K from the northwest. '
    eight voles, making one seventy, blinding snow
    were admitted as attorneys and counsel Ull, and others were present at different times, eq 5101 amo. pui 'p1sta s

    being thirty more than nuccssary for a choice. tort of this couit, aud took tho oath of office. i id it is understood that Johnson promised to Southern Xewa. siirxnDomestic

    S The Jefrn'Mn; Gaiette of last week re- This leaves out of the qncstiont New York, PJuoNAL.-Hon. 0. M. Hamilton, oar it-jj>- The following motion was made by It. \V oo- hrow the whole weight of his administration Cir.tax.istoN, October 8.-B. F. Randolph, a

    ward: Thos. Randa' rs. \\'m. R. Feiite-J" into tho scale if the Democrats will throw Seymour colored preacher from the y rtL. and a member
    article in the UKIOK and which we h-ive hopes of carryiig1, California. resontativo in Congraw. arrived in this city on i-.
    ; S few to a Jj-ror-Tho counsel plaintiff iu error lauves :. overboard and take up a now man. Caucusing If the South Carolina State Senate, was mur- (-o3mz ul euoa)
    Nevada, Oregon, New Jercy, somo of which Monday night lie will remain a few days continuance of the above cause until the oi uuizatton is going on to-night on the same subifct doml at Cokesbury, in Abbeville District, in

    SS will bo carried by Grant and Colfax, and the only. ot tho court shall have been coii..ct'- and the report is that the fictional Intell.ycncer this State. on Friday last. He had been on an Markets.T .

    The FLORIDA UJTIOX iu speaking of R.nMiom rp 'on rnctod States, soma of which, )by the appointment und qualifioAtion uf all the. | will, to-morrow morning, follow the o'.tctionie lag tour, and on Thursday delivered a -

    S t'_ .5 Camilla affair, and the relusal ol the will undoubtedly earry.-N. }'. Bun. STEAMSHIP ALLIANCE The nVamship Alii- JiCinlirtol which the Supremo Judicial 15 ncii I 'end of the Now Yoik JFwWin advocacy of the speech at Abbeville Court House. (ii. Friday aw ,Oct., IT.-Cotton-Firm aaman1

    S_ :tLfe0iBlatnre to act on the recommendation wo alice, of the New Orleans and i'*<.:i i ui UM.I lino. ot tha State is to IHJ composed, according to Article I withdrawal of Seymour and Blair. A day ori V ho took the cars for Anderson, and on his arrival sales ci 1,6OU bses at ks

    ; of the Governor, based aa it was, reported ashore at Hurricane Island, arnveu ..itBarrancas VI., Suction 3J, of the constitution, on tl.i i i wo will develop the programme. at Cokeabury pu' vis: baggage in the ladies' A lion iv O&1.zVaxI 5010o lower., October He, 17.-FtoMe poTk $5 9* sb

    S Our WaaUiatou, Correspuo1euce.1VA5BICTON Florida tho ICth inst. having ground that until all the Justices who an I In the meantime the Republicans are exul- car and went on th< platform. Threo white change. 149* ; *ew York lixht % SSSII
    on a one report, says : D. 0., Oct. H 18S. constitute the court are duly appointed, ecu.mishionenl ant over these diversions in the ranks of their men then redo up, dismounted, and fired on 137; %.- Cotmn, nwMimj e: Ji lowStaiticeipu

    I *'It was hardly to bo expected thai a got off without a..sisancc! sustaining r.o dam- and qualified, th ro i* no Snprcrr.f "pj.ononts, and are rcaulvod to prosecute the Randolph, mortally wounding him in three different uighcr 2,245 t$7 bale chowe; ex rV $SK bales. nm Talia
    p "Legislature, which, in defiance to its own The timing point of tho campaign has been ago but the loss of her rudder. Court in exifiU-nc-o. <*anva. i wi'h rene*< J vigor. The demoralixiii..n places. Though it was broad daylight .aic; oau;,C3c. Ii j fie n at*i 75-20. Com HAT,ol4*iimiacarce n CtOldnew.

    JState Constitution, would expel colored reach d in BO far as the aspirations of the rebel Court adjourned until y octkVu.lies: among the Democrats is spreading, and the murderers were not recognized and made at|Z.27. Mw pork firm at&Jfc

    Cf. e.taon :from its body and deprive colored Democracy are concerned. Th resnlt of th ABTs1MA.-One of the chief opponent of day. flu-IP is not a man to bo found in the public their scape.. The body ti Randolph was taken BiLtlMOtn aied Uool-C, October*. 4 ibuL K.-Tirnua'L Cotton; B UlSJk % isjj,

    the late Theodore and after his death servile here t'uit i.s no* f.>r Grant! to Columbia. aj e. Whe.tdalloodto IKtlti-TL
    Emperor ,
    V proiewd.ft
    men of their sacred privilege as citizens, elections in the States f CLo, reLa'.sylvanaSAUl (Jctolwr 14, lSp8.-Tht'SujrcCourt rn '
    1ia&ry.$2: corn dnu white
    run coxsEirvATivEBMYAXD KATT vsiox NEW ()ItLEtxs. OctoVr 15.-The Sheriff and ; 1i3sy.pork KMWILXJIOTOX
    ,4 S 1 'Tr Hon. hhennaonant October 17.-
    GoL.izy.i has had himself crowned Emperor atGondar. I motion if liolling JUker, Liq., Cotton nml&IUa& B g
    iires and property. then j ii to be any formidable oppopition to the S ,und Wm. S. I Hogno, K..j. ner a-luii Culoaul O'DeirnedeeUred oponly fc-i ut Franklin, Li last night .- parties 21c. SpirtU of turpentine ttrady;mitt M *lke ua
    submit election oPGrant and Colfax In November. Prince Kahsai, at Tigre, the wond t I rant; which rau-t-d a row. At first Colonel L who escaped without being recognu d. The in good demand;eoiea 4 f 1 6&31 US; cruda iisixs
    The 'Gautta then proceeds to :tinlas uttorncyj and unoollurs of the Suprein.Commit flrm at t65 ; tar steady; aalea at |2 Sft.COAUKSTOX .
    strongest among the Abyssinian chiefs, i is on.iStndly oath. O'iSurno hid: only two .i-lherotiU to b.ick him -SherifT was killed ic his hotel!, and the Parish October 47.Cotton
    Should thoso Statesgivooncourajremen' Democratic on Liking ttf' required Srm.s,
    th't following neat catechism : lot ms with Gobazzi. Bat the authority The motion of L. Woodward, Esq w 'I up, bat sul'Mijuontly one-half the organization I Judge's body was Lund on the street by ,the ale ; nuddangs, 23c; receipu, 70 bales; szp.oa.twje. .
    S hope, by reducing materially tha ui.1.- voted rmin and listen to his addreuof which : .1,312 bales.
    *' pri-x-at to patrol, was organized immediately after
    Does the Union not know that there diccunsed until the hour of adj jurnment..
    of the latter, it in now -innouncod, will b farther AC9C.IA. : 17.-CoUon, market acttn uinrmer
    of 1866, then the remaining portion ol ddhcsion to (Jraat.t the of the Sheriffs assassination. The Ire
    ** 'is no single clause in the Radical Con- joritics October 15.-The motion of Mr. \%'oIflwrILin discovery ; *4M; ; receipt, ill hate; I4dhy,
    disputed by the Idest son ot 1 1 iidST. : is and has elicited .
    the Presidential n will be an exciting tl.e coroners inquest progressing, -
    Petti8 t
    carnpa ; tho cae of lUn>lall n. as j fun.pletcnwss _
    ttitotiou of confers SAYANSAU October
    which l7.-tto--Th.tt
    I: Georgia lowartvth tii of the
    one-neither party being poritively tfsurod,but of orjraniiation of the ou t l\ tin V An luiporliinv Aece *lon to drift Qrant- nothing ?overy orpetra-- nzn at 21c. The folloiring *r tai aate*lor
    i ly the right of holding oifice upon neroes will redouble its rflirts.Tho At.rsrucL-The St. Ai''i ,::..cnrr Fzai- aaulification; of the Judges, was ovt V rJt- L t .3uiIt Edwards I'lerrepont Uenert, tht ors, coerai :''-n were eng'tgd in the tronsac- 43 bain at 4\% iOaL24j*. Id at MJ(. 174 at H 13g
    for .
    h"p5r.:* iacxxs,
    1)c&nieracy. ti.th.V f mounted horses in the \,2at2JS.2lat
    ? ur. "e'ared tlIZat22,4as2j,5 atXu<
    comes to u this week radiant ith two Tho fjllowing ea.'wj came up lfv.iH tho *
    1 ai is cenu. Total ialej 80 bies. .
    *" Does the Union know that Gor. effoct of an opposition EUCCC, just now. Tho following correspondence will bu read larknfss.Mr.MrKt4.. Rceira
    not columns of editorial delight over the astounding court : Jay were 2C31 b.ie.JohiBuyixmg
    Radi- would flari'tualv affact tht b- ":;< in'erc#*i c-f rmer! oodfs l'nderwoo I). S. Walker, in intfrrtt October H -Thr -n- ..' 'ammunition at$1 Z 7, tiling at$ 39j140.(
    who'is uimcrsvil :
    : Brown regarded as a good in various directions of the "an with
    performances, askol that thocuao boo.ntinuod. on the steamer Hep r, *-n route for A'-
    finlil-Jen Daw-kins
    S the whole It *ou.u t.eh'tlfof Mr. '
    ciil denies that this right' is even con- country. cient city," which, being all summed np, (irantrd.Myers 103 Firrrt AVE.NC, NEW YOEK, > kari'.i3, were df-stroyfd by diuoil partits who V

    I- < tlsct ely conferred by the Constitution ? unreconstructed people of tho h r.'i '* commit amounts to a eckly earner! from Jatksouvil'c, "- June. Argued anJ submitted. Saturday, Ott. 10, I-SCS. ] boarded the Iliiprr from a tug at Cat Island. !c! t1rtimznf ,

    I S Does the Union not know that a still greater outrages upon the Uniorlov eltgraphic communication with ci> several Di'bblo r*. Tiuluck Holland. Caio sub- To Mir. T. Ste\rr!, faq, nairmin of tht GrantIJominitttr Foreign Xervs.I -5--- -

    clause introduced in the Convention, ing people of that tt'Ctioa ; Jio bu"inc<* of th> mittel on briefs.P $r. V

    .which, framed the Constitution and would be at a stand still, us 1 the cru new stoiet opened, thirteen new i> i'din'.seioctcd & G. H. R. ti. Miles Niuh. Continued lyMcNealy Mv DEAR) M':: When Frank P. Blair, who >kiK>N, October l.5.-flip.t.hs frVrn Spain To Fishermen,
    S country and some old uncs repaired-all vithin hod no claims whatever upon the Democratic report the lliAinp i cf Tarosoa at the hn.i ef two

    Vhicli explicitly accorded this right to !.;'.:*i L t W would ha\* to submit to a pries one year.Toon cnoimt. F.'. On gory- Continued to next pnrty was nominated jn Tammany half, with thouand men Jx di-c-larr a aiats the N ETSTwine Mullet, Turtle,.Xttincn, anJ Seine,(! ?p) fct8kU,

    the colored voted t I tJ fcquirta" through the leading H'ich ehouts of upplan jutt alter proclaiming .Tun tit. Sturgeou.Tantog Capta,&et bt,
    S people, was apii a- y oi 'ir.iui. terra.IVrrv. (oveunnitnt. Lact, Ac. hnmp and Hlaiwv,*e,Ac.
    I the leading Radicals of thn* niy und Democratic press. Mr. Colfax, in a recent letter Lints FLOKIDA.-The Radical Govrrnor ft. Thompson. Continued. that "//"- mutt ttfire a 1'refidettt whoriil trainfif ()j-t-lpr 15.-The American dxtrine is fully Send: for Circular. A.A.TRESCH *CO.
    '" the laws of Ciiiigu *, and when four mant.aJRp'1 iu a treity ? rnrclodej reg'iHingnaturalizaton. 481y N.y TM city.
    Kcniinfl.Jus. to tit" *
    j: lost through their influence ? & says that, on a fair vote, Indiana i is good of Florida is a carpet-bagger, who hails Adjourne-d lo (tober ICth.- IMx l onernls! made the chief ratification Mr .Johnson and Lord Ptanlev -

    the Union not know that lor and tbamijority fium the St.toof Wisconsin and has, since the Weetcott, Jr, resigned his j>osition us NOTICE.
    -.Does negro ten llcpub'.i.in majority ; I sfeeclme% in New York, my attention as a Varli'iflO'iIt are now considerinor the AlaMma claims.
    war acted as a United States maii utr:5. To General the loth inst.. and acrcp'ol -
    members of the Legislature could not ra nnot be Icflcci.ftl except by tho introduction Attorney on was airfk.ctl by this remarkable ex Mr Bur'ingame' and his Chinese .'- <;a5n5ng OtR WEEKS after date,I will apply to UM fl11.
    how little identified he is with
    how the of tho
    ;people that of Ahsociato Jnstico% Supr&ne round. Judge a: 1'roUte,for UM comity of at Jobs'%AMi
    hure been expelled from that body, but of fraudulent volets fr'-ru Kentucky.So fur wlu-m ho id now acting as Chief Magistral., Court: and qualified as such the name da}'. hibition.Nnco g V) FlonJa,for an order to aeU the Beat *uta ottis
    "5&rorigh the assistance or connivance of : hs family has continued to reside in the General therefore, i is V (thf-n I have carefully noted the cx- Monnt Vesnvin! ?? again Vcoming vsolmt. M icker.! deeetscd,in said county and State for Uw p ruent
    cf both spot Attorney ,
    confident are !; niuii pitffiicns of Southern journals, and the opofche Immense streams of lava are flowing from the oi the just and lawful debt*of Hid MUM.iM far
    Zt&portion of the Radical members ? they claim as bin homo and theirs.-Atyutla for the piesent vacan .-Ibid. diatribctjon. VA5A5C10 KIX8,
    political partit-s of tk1 election Grant in November of Southern poll icians, from Wade Hampton, craters
    Doea the Union not know, that Bradley that tht are busily engaged in framing'a (Ga.) C/irowde. Charles II. Poarco and 0/ias Morcan. Ilopuh on his u-tiirn to ChaileV.on, to tho recent manifesto DRESDEN, October 17.-Further tumults occurred 484w AdminMrator of the Estate of Ann Stickler- ,dees'i.

    > and other colored members thus exp suitable, cabinet; for the next administration. The above is a specimen of the malignant henna, hate been appointed County Comir iisionere. of B. II Hill!, and I find that every leading here yesterday am"ncrtr... Commissioner V

    **"> lle4 openly denouncing the misrepresentations of a certain portion of the for the county of onvicc A. B Hawkins rel.clin Confederacy regards the expected but wore proraptlv fuprTEc'-1 NOTICE.
    are now It i is safe to say that General Grant, in and Robert 15. Patton, Demounts, re- and Blair Tho
    -Wtitjn ot Seymour as a complete October 17.- trovernmcnt cf Spain has
    *" ItaiKfnlt traitors because they contented Press in this Southern country. Governor Reed < CIX WTEXS after date I will apply to the Hoomto
    as hit .t 3 ia all other matters wherein he has been moved. indication the rebellion, and ascertain to appointed Rioa Rossns Ministpr to Kni: :! nd. Judge of Fzobte for Sumtercoaazy.FlQMa. eL*-
    + :: to their expulsion? heretofore called to act, will exercise an has lixed in Florida over five years, and all tho This gives to le.on county a RfimMita: .( toio the South to every right which she hadvtorti Cenoral Dnloo, who WH irp
    ,WH the Union does know all these upon and white family ho has, to wit: one married eon, and a boaid of County Commicsioncrn.-Ibid. the war, including tho "trampling into General ff CoLa by tr..t, ot>ani h a'li Uies, has tinn 4,3,6w late of said county decraaed.KHOUA J. TOXPXU1

    ict7-iact8 well known to all politicians, independent judgment ; a patient ear lad about ten or twelve years of age, (his \vlf<* lion. T. W. Onborn, U. S. Senator frovi: ,iubl'1 by military feet the proclamation of freedom declined on ar onnt of ill health.

    : '""Badicals and Democrats alike, botii will lx given to any suggest-ins fr-r. parties being in tho grave,) have resided here nearly Florida, is Binding a few days in the city. v:1 and the Fonitoenth amendment to the 31%DRIP, (':-tobcr 17.-Aqnirro has been NOTICE.

    entitled to make them, he w'11 finally LJ guided iting with hm friends, and attending to dut. .> Constitution.Thii; made Prrsident of the Snprprrro Court.
    72rth.and South then how does he rxA the whole of that time, awl still reside here, and U. L.. STATK OP YLOE1D*.
    _ by his own judgment. While lacking th<> in conniption with hisulTicial position. He will contest presents a will defined issue be- HAYASA' OetIlJ.Vr 17.-Thero is an official HEADQ'RS ISfL
    : A p;>ct 'to make capital out of an asscrtl, we h.ive nsofcun to believe intend to remain soon take a trip to Jacksonville, and! thontc jV twc'cui the friends aud tho enemies of our Govunrr.cnt. annonncem that an encounter had taken annual meeting of T&u.ax&tar UM Qraad Conncfl, Oct ,IJ.C.I.l lHE *,

    *' aosupportid oy cnewnglo fact ?" tT i't< jv""" bf Tio j w.puibie toe euparlicul here till the great Reaper comes for them. Pensacola, where we believe ho is hereafter lo place bftwten a bund jT insurgents and the T State ef Florida, will eonreoo at Tanabawt wWBDXISDAT

    There may be no single clause in t-;: observer, General Grant possesses those Moreover the Governor owns quite a large make it his residence, being about to form a I cannot conceive how any intelligent man Spanish troops at Tanas. The former were de for the November ef electing 4th.offleen U68 tor, at the t o'etackl.ambit TW.L.

    .: sterling qualities which enable him to judge tract of land the of legal partnership in that eity.-Ibrt, Oft. lo. woo tloes nut wish the rebels returned to power, feated. By or purpose'er WM. U. SATnTDD,
    .S Georgia Constitution which directly ccnfers of human nature and. instinctively opposite city lie nation's faith violated, its debt repudiated, Tt'lesjraph advices from Havti state that the Oct 1 7 tf Or. President,rvl. (7I
    correctly ; Gcttte A
    the of office in this State, and unquestionably has the interests M0NTICELLO.-lho Jtffirmn says : its name dishonored, its prosperity destroyed rt Tolationlsts have had littur dissensioTiH among
    : right holding LCgroes -
    ; upon for the of Nose committed to
    a* it were, ho selects the right man freedman by name was
    and prosperity of Florida ai much at heart "ts patriots insulted, and the 'Lost Cause" restored themselvrp, three qf tho prominent leaders having Hotel
    but neither ia there clau* It this xerciecd in jail la't Tuesday to await his tiial fur hog sti Property
    any right place. was quality, >: of her citizens. We have can vote against Grant.In been proclaimed president T>v their rwpec-
    as any one always is belief in thn mir.'is
    a strong
    which prohibita them-and BO long as the selection of subordinates during the war, ing. my judgment, the election of Seymour and tivo troo s. Salnavo waMHADtkOAUTEaS V ii&i ATOTnCELIX
    I suppored it a point of honor, and particularly both of the whito and colored pecplo ot c, ,'\air would forthwith confuse and paralyze >, ORA50B SP IKa\ OV TU
    this Constitution the which enabled him to entrust details to c the re that ho also attempted to p-ii--. our
    I recognises that man's business noighboihood,
    negro.j&idtizensjt "chivalry, a private 'jusinois, and roduco the value of our property ST. JOICTS E1TZX.
    him lei overlook frecdmon who inntrurnenta. DISTOICX OF JXOIUDA
    thereby affording jut o to the a couple of were r ,
    ; recognises, in the abset aiid tho affairs of his family, were sacred to V no-half. DBVBT Ctt4S
    operations of all the forces under his command ; his detection. To aid in averting this calamity, I send ST. AVCVSTIXE, F., October 15, 18. Jor ale by L. F.Jest Krtat Broke
    of their himfculf, and that it was not exactly the decent you Sw
    ) any.limiting provisions, right ti and, at the sno time, to i-e prepared for any The Gazette also says, speaking of tl.o Monti- herewith twenty thousand dollars ((820.000)) GEXaiLO1tDZnS, ) tNo
    and to do for outsider
    all the privileges of citizenship. unforeseen emergency. It is a remarkable fact "respectable" thing an to cello and Jefferson county public school : vhich I give to bt used in the election of Gen. 15. JI. WL liz tFrUORP,
    bo "poking his nose" into inch matters. But 'Jrant in such manner as you and the Coinm.itic In compliance with orders from Major
    ,!The clause introduced into the Con that he was never taken by surprise, or lost a it seems that wo were in error in our impressions This school opened on Monday, the 5th inst.. with whom you act may think beat. General Meade, Commanding Ptpartmeat ol Land Surveyor

    Tention, which explicitly accorded this day by reason of not knowing wkit to do. Iii and therefore, in the absence of Governor with over eighty pupils. This wrek the number And I remain yours ever truly, the South, dated Headquarters, Atlanta Ga., AT THE

    the txerciMoi this quality that will give has run considerably over one hundred. 11 EDWARDS PIF.UHF.VOXT.BKOAUWVY October Rib, 1SGS. the position namrd within 8URVEYTSO in all its branci a.craf
    I: right to the colored people was voted Reed, and without any srlicitation on the part is most probable, that the averaaro uttendaiu this command will bo ovcapjed, without delay LAND, BOM&XTXADS, and Bntrlw of atel 4

    against by the Radicals because they firmness to his administration, and peart V t to itu of himself or any of his Iriends, we take the for the first quarter, will not fall snoit of ii<- AND CnAMiiriu STREET, ) by Companies of the 7th U. Infantry, as follows Procured and located,private tract amluO-latawrr Ona \
    ott and of Old tpsati ;
    ,roadi laid ont the hue
    whole hundred and and that the
    forty now
    it Tor the above country.It liberty to correct tho paragraph at th i head (VIE ; jear will New. York, Oct. 12,1863. t J'Ilnn. viz : correctly run and ettabliahed.
    considered reason, bating been officially aunouncod that bring a largo accession. Company "A (Brevet Lt. Colonel D.> P.11inckCatamnJthTuntq .
    do fjiccrdi 3VJt City. ,
    this article, knowing as wo that it is nntrni- result fierrepont,j w -
    This is most encouraging and filio-i1 ?
    a Lieut
    let Chas
    thtro will MJ no mation of Congress on the 16th ,) V V
    and unjust-Sentinel stimulate the wealthy citizens of our <-<.uut\ "IvDEAuSiu: It gives mo great pleasure A. Coolidg r7th Infantry/Ootnmandirlg Jacksonville 'S V ov:1

    Ii' the negro, members_ ef the Georgia Washington i as quiet as a onntry village, national Thank.gvhi. who have not yet given pecuniary aid to lhu to know that you fully appreciate the consequences Duval Co., Florida; ; Sl.OOO.OOO

    1gz4&tuzeYwere' opeTthrough the and the hotel* whoro politicians mostly ccmgtegato V institution, to come forward and lend it tho; to all business men, indeed, every one Company "I," Captain O: R&wan.. 7th Infantry
    Jiy tin TrttiAmi of (lie United States of Aintruu assistance. having interest in the prosperity ot our
    are as deported as a country tavern in generous Commanding, Jacksonville, Florid : TOMB 0V
    assistance and connivance'of a portion A TROCLA-JATION. The pc-hool is under the immediate Coiitiol cia t-ountry, that must result from the election of "D j
    Brevet Lt. Colonel J. P.
    navn? tim'9. It is even rart now to nnrimtor Company REAL ESTATE
    J LjBtflioal J.meiuHers lth'en Bradley In the year which is now drawing to its end, board of managers, cotupOM-d of some oi om 'Ion. Grant. llartin. Captain 7th Infantry. Commanding,

    snd ther colored in deioa&clng from abroad at the White House, the the art, tba skill and the labor) \.i 'h 1'''l1'] < f most liberal and intelligent citizens, who. wo !lw.- Tho question is presented to the people Fernandina, Nassau, G)., Florida ; Ia Florida for sale, at the the (Jkt tl t*
    meavere light
    t <# Cabinet officer and a few local politicians being the United States have been employ vu'li' i hove, will do all in their power to make it n whither they will aid in oleoting an administration Company 'JIV' BiX'vfel Major A., A. Cole.

    them as traitors ;, anH we can the only parties to disturb the i'nxidont greater diligence and vigor and on broader complete success. bent upon trampling loyalty into the Captain -7th Infant) 2d Lieut. Wm. L. FLOEIDA V lAXD Jt6 Vax $CTkHi.
    The adopted by tho llov. Mr. Phill: !"-t und! elevating upon the ruins a power con-
    than before
    fields and systf-m
    ever the fruits of the English 7th
    V'V Infantry Com Marianne
    I I_ : feaCregardsthem'in tho same light. The heads of Departments arc busily engaged earth have been gathered into the granary and the principal, of thoroughly grading the srhoc'in rolled by rebel chiefs, whoso motto will be Jackson Co., Florida :, minding, B1. Dewey A Co.

    ut KslKer hf eorgia liegislaturo in making np their annual report This the toiehoiua in marvelous abnmKnce. Our distinct classoo, accoiding to age und capacity 'ihe Rebellion vindicated," with prostration to Company "F," Captain F. E. Grossman/Tth;

    makes woik is dono thus early to enable the President highways have been lengthen, auu ew and regardless of any slight difieiuncoi! of ud very branch of industry and businosa at the Infantry, Commanding.'Tallahassee! Loon Co. nEAL ESTATE BROKEBS.T .
    UI>WiU>cratic'<)rEepnblican' no the method > orth, or whether we ab >uld placo in the Ex- ,
    the mite rial facts therein contained in prolific rt ionsjiavo bevu, occupied.Vu.aio vaneemont, is perhajs only by Florida } V >er ons conolnj to Florida,w-ita atiew e< e5KX
    to irte
    S -" lf i1 i &f'Jbj$2&T 18 COilS l permitted to hope that long protracted political which a largo number of pupils can be taught tadvantage. cutive Mansion ono em, !hatically of the poo(0 -tu14ei. at out odes on their amral,l"5fc1i.j
    ; h'S annual mwfcago IA be mnt ti> ()onroee in anil soctinnal dnftcntiocs It is the method now iiRed in al who has n j\er acted but from a just sense Company, (Captain E. R, Awea, 7th Infantry U,.> *irpo* uf axautininx IIM of laad* i"JT"
    JteoaocratA are-at no distant day, ,) 1st Lieut, W. 'W. Armstrong 7tk Inantry inforib.tuon the dufcttnt
    .the tcining
    V :
    ; December. V to give place to returning harmony and fraternal the best (.chools of the country, \vhoo it is f duty to his country, and from whoso admin- ant section ef the State.
    Gaiiii -
    Commanding >vill*> Alachua Co. -
    'tThQr the V onra&e SV lb&th bad enough, A reduction of the force in tho several Departments affection throughout the Republic. Many known that them slight differences rapidly diV ration wo will baro all the blessings that can Florida. The walla ot our office are bung WfthXP a'
    r54ss ; V. and is the only plan by which I- ">w from peace in every detriment of our which U a large map of the State; aUo a
    lorw'gn State have entered into liberal appflar; can "
    Uipubliar.responible so haa become a necessity, by reason of agree 1 I1. Company "F, Brevet Major Ii Comba, map of the St. John'* River 10 feet ">lengU.ulting ..
    monts with ui while nations obviated the disadvantages of having a pui'iwith i 0\crnmint, inspiring a confidence that can- *
    which far
    are off, Captain 7th Jacksonville ( these can learn much at a glaacaaHatl
    Infantry now on duty nt yon
    L 4 referr.jono the reduction of the appropriation madt at the act of classmates in ot but lead us to prosperity and happiness asa Tain*'* *""
    and which, heretofore, have boon unsocial and one ono study an1 Fla., will'take without at tlcular localitirt which may prove ef ,
    S a S4. V SV VQ other liut (nation of Congmi, and coru>jqijniLy wv- uxrlunivu, have become our friends. Tho an- with another set in another study.' Tho pun nation, and promising for us a future un- Fort Marion St. Au tino post delay, tune movement '

    p&tt7CVLItO eral hundred employees will bo discharged on uual period of rot which we have reached in also under this plan is less apt to rely on hi. -luallod in the history of the past. III. Companies will u move Florid with. Camp and up These ou parcoie you are for Invited thoe to who conentt desired u they.*' '
    9 tirjbtf facto and or about the first of Netoaibor: health and tranquility, uuduiitohin crowned proficiency in ono or two studies for }his utaridinicio To secure this end I accept year generous Garrison cquipngu in readiness for immediate than could bo obtained from tb.anal pock** "

    making capital ao tho is with so many blessings, is, by nniv-f l content the school, as equal profiuieucy in all tnfltuJiesof > ontribution, and will apply it to such proper field si.rsjee. General Orders No. 27 datedHrnJqnartr'rs Our odlce ia free to all ccming to
    : The "conscience'fund" in Troasury ,
    convenient and snitablo oi.e *o- -ntvu-| his class U required for ii'lvnni.mi' n1 iv'3 us may toad to bring about A icault so.urnsing D

    t S ; to thinBjU : incroasod bv addition every few day*-an. indical ting personal piety and practicing public devotion. to' the class above him.FAUUS V with blessings lo us all. (Is will ,IK ttnforcod partmont of in the every South particular., AllanU. AGEXTS! AGENTS!

    -:- ion that there it considerable coniciencoleft'throughout I, therefore, recommend that Thursday, PLOUIDVt.-RCtUtflS received af tn- Sincerely your friend, The CMonel! Commanding cannot add to this

    -I V 1' tVT WI A4S the countrr. During the la t the twenty-sixth day of November next, be sot General I and Office in Washington show tha' AT.EX. T. STEWART. order, it meets in a corapiehcnMie. and ittanoxpressivo WANTED -Ladlee In the United and O Statea nUeBi,to a art 1*M I7 W?

    apart and observed by all the people of the during tho paat month fifty-four farms, orabra
    the in
    'tiNotheM elctiou about one hundred thoowui'i ddlara has manner relations uowexiting
    _ ,
    S $ r year Uottod States aji a day for public praise,thanks- cing 4,669 acres, wore added to the productive TUB WASHINGTONSTATUE.._Elsewhere will the State, and gnaranU> i to alj eitiions proajpt AUSTIN fc GO'S
    added this fund.
    iot been to giving and piayer to the Almighty Creator and area of tho State of Florida by locating at tht bo fuund the particulars of tho Cabinet action execution of the l 1.w.,"ani .tho security ot JSvu Great One Doar'S V

    $* 4II Congress having f*UI4 to confiim the purrhaM Divine Ruler of the univenie. by whose over land offlcoat Tallabuasco- under the operatiotnf V..sterday on the application of the Legislature HOC! of property. we M. now *cllii g a jteat varietr ol

    ,-: of ) made br'Mr; Reward tf'Bt Thomas. the watchful, merciful and gracious providence the homestead act of June 21, 1 S6G.-uisg .1' the State of Louisiana the return of the Commanding Officer of Pcsk aa joined tc able goods. confuting of Dry C** A

    4 PrMideut has obtainoJ* from i 1 tbo* Dn.ikb Gov alone, States and nations, no lees than families marble statue Washington by Powers, prudent, judicious and faithful diacbunre ol H'oft-AA, Carpel FuntUurf,Jtoclimituihlnif Silttrlery I'bdV

    roMlc n majority.' extension of time and in bin next and individual. f men, do live and move and hVLt..0tbetb&ng. Tho ColumbUS (Ohio) Statcvnan says : "A !ought bore during the war. It is stated that their duties, as exposed in paragraphs VJII. Ff! )but ie Jewrlry uwful, niel Sewing<. wanted tONI
    an ; '
    : fitwn w V 'ho sUtuo was shipped by Gen. Butler to New and IX. of the order referred to, a ol IXiLLia Ec .wMch cannot te
    inebriated copy
    i wilt > CpngreM imoediat' In witncs wbtroot) ; I have hereunto iet slightly ,1Liberni.marm1medunajcti York bo retail store for twice that earnV u.tl
    cwpnlyf urg upon my --* -r *' 1 *"- y.-yr to kept in trust for Louisiana until which u herewith enclosed .together with
    ew this, haM i1 caused the Searof the Unifed sBUtosto cally1 tbYt bronwithtanJc Blair estorday1 .h.' fhould tho Union. It of V Our ioduccmenu to Jlgcou are jrreata J lJIj i.
    action, 6t. Thotna* will makc'Jn dopot forOSf&sry -4 return to seems that copies Circulars from Department Headquarters er Ho *. in the Trade. Send fiar'i* rfotr

    1 aad U t U believed that tha purehweriU bo affixed. ibutfig, 'Up; ith5 tho white maim bI f found its way to Washington, and wo have dated August 25th, tnd Dctober', 1363.Thoso .V Clubs of tan for|1, thirty lot f:. 1'lftJ*U 0'$1' ''- '
    Done at the city of Washington this twenty. Vt'lf tratii' Utained the following particulars of Us history orders: and circulars the Ui the aims ratio. Circulars givlal
    thonar tndr 1iriiet comprehend 5U5L
    A St
    winter a' dC.IIOUI ,
    coniBmmated next of free of charge. <
    b eighth day September In the of V
    year our itter its arrival. It reached and whole
    PMIe1Ws.1hI ,u. Mprgan fctttjoct. a IV ve"efve In %
    fl4 ** and
    will $ e abroad hare,1 lmort vithoatgvf&Kd Lord, one thousand eight hundred and niity- when Blair, in- the couieo of his rcmailcs, exjlaimod.'Whero Khinehardt'8 wharf marked "Statmiv for the 1 *4)ic) 'COfll UTOM ou IViteras Wool EZanket.,OoW or i _,,,?._ -

    1( -3 1' V* bone fofthV eloction of eight, and of the Independence of the United are the revolutionists this un tTnitod States Governmeat." Tho jjfficiala atho tks nimaihf' nr&i MMpajft.w Wooteu Carpet Sewing LacbLneW l> rhrS <*
    ** *. V ta l & ?
    a !
    States the: varloux other nUoAble 1yV
    t ninetythird..13yth. CO.
    Jt f fjltfll T <*
    _ Grat5* tba&ut i ox the nnmtAethitsnd.r President. mdent Sfxtibefi ofTtbo fitlif4 llockydiod out Capitol supposed it might bo statuary from thodriiCRttfrektietiV existing'1itwc'it thetivil ot Uw clou AMmH., *" .]
    A DimwJoH ox., '*vA 'v / w v >*yA' f 't.v ITunich or Homo,and Mr. Thomas a Msgrudcr, and military, is a sufficient guarantee, that in Get j u IOC 3umm r itm Ba"0"Oct4xr
    Minbter at the WILL1A II. BEWABJ of ftateV Horo we we, General.1
    Secretary Chief Clerk of
    GoTenusint, work at th9 execution of tho duties now devolving upon
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    o tt October
    ;Lf Tvlfrrih t. MM. HARDWARE ** # *. > 4r TllOev.
    traction in Oregon' 'lrfoof tlrtvn connecting' :tt & ;* %*i iw- -' ftHDIROK ir|

    rsflroiiL IcfltrPcoujrrt tH mtu.'iy'M att of-Oongrwi oT the tfirfted State*,
    with the ;J ..,.: n tx 3e4 bt4 l v2ti'f 1tn approved March 2d. 1SCS,It Is made the duty f the tn& .. "
    Iron'and tfiagncsia spring have been C' wend _t ;_ 1uI u.vJI'vrt.3L.tw iItVZC&.VoUtZVv ,hArT aw ority t.fr* rwtb*peace*!the poU *t any riau. 3it-i nt .

    .Linden ia Maiengo Ma. leJ lftu1O41bt'DtTb4 b&1'any'ot the-&tate$; *nd (
    near county .
    ,,I oozr ...oa'JkI "-Wb rt *,thi*duly ba1tan the
    buna.California1. '* .tIdrQfll! iS3ti 1$ from the extsuprDelitttalelcttetnebt in the public mindj *.1._ tAN C .
    ; hwalrcaily'srnFtnirtoondollars ; tLoujad .. ) .11 f+ 'from the recent rganlratlou elnl so erwavnt, and ;
    4Ls 1'rouebterIan Chnrok cfI ;, 1 ; from (be wsl this Oot>gr*.*-has bystatute' prohibited, ,. .. : all
    tothacaffcierf by 'the' "laje.earthquake' UsinestIeiIIurjda. P ;, :' tfieorp latk>*of military lowesta the sertral ftatea.of *: .' .
    rf.l fcftth_ fVf Pacific'coast.* > 1 t *}
    ol .''Uicmon ad mjwiultMtitgi 14a&Mt I. That the wwrar District cemmnndersvin, as t
    4IufJ fl'iutt Mitt the ooa ? -
    ArfiriM ittW c j>V to Usspno of tboeo which aan.e has not V* *ityutc3. U ause sold corporation as prsxcticable, on tie receipt of this order, distribute ><* ; }: / = ->-' i -

    .iSfmiCWw-et' w .werk city hall, fell the defendantU; *rrk-d tO elect offlceiii upon wh -i -
    1 to tho basement. No r'a' uaa bttnid ;urif sot)>oeaiKs.said oAccrs are -* .. ., -i.. .. ;: .: :ud ., ) -1.. itar-7-;; ; *;: t : -
    lb. other day cn ku'u34I.I4 Is wfforf w-tUrwl by the Court. the. rtrtcDrtrct of Georgia; I : : *.. -I Lmtts4 -i ri JONCURXi'b..0.M'

    dIbkTU .tal : .. '' '1'P5}' *ffjW4)iM') Iterllin Urch pf lml GMnsf lOu f-comrany 16th InCintiy'to Albany. I c-' -- : ,- ... -. _s', .-. .. ,- : _
    Btafe'Ottat r v gWa,4T( *W kh4 drftnd tbe sai ?JTJ slcFTrtheMpB,, according to 1 "" -"!lT *w i ?>WCi >ctullitrt nnoT said Court, One company ICth Infitntryto Uaooo. : MANILA ND .:. _
    TARW tiXr
    B vmlow a'r :cirjjacizeJ itndThi I tw llw FU Xfrnp tbMcsjKVan4 that this order bo pub ,One,oonip ny Ifith Infantry, to Augusta. QE5 : .4 '

    B forc liow&ror, lai not.rLTperpayL I Ftk'd ujice n Kcrk.for the paeeof Iwo months in taiiuwtjwpnprr' ... Uuc(jowi-any ICth Infantry, to TV hinglon, (WSL : ; t**'"; 'v
    'uf 4n Fifth Jadicijfl Circuit 4tnty.) i t 5. t. S
    audmajrixot bo rie d'dju8 Uniiolrtroopa '. -- Quo ICtU ; ...1 UAS JCSTIICUTX '
    I luht.t. -5 : J. ir."OOS8 oorapany Infoiiiry, titt Amcrkua, .- S : '
    : have bi n.ttfttioned y'Gcncial {, Judp1 Iho-th'Jw.1icialCIrcvjt,, .tJa camvoAi1CIK luCintry toJThcmaiTille. .: ,: .r i?!.. .. .. -. I --- --
    '. and .wpl2in; ,Orlt company 1C,}5lli CAValry, to Athens. .. :
    -"OcsjrWHi'ThoniaiJn: twnty.nnpuntie .
    ] The at Savannah ANCffORANDCffAINS i" to bf I
    to ;the
    company bo reinforced, should 'r- -
    "wfnVtrtctedfn their datt4"v \ ; :
    > ---- -- t11 1t14''r1C'Q1' --. occaJ8n.rciinire by .roeh aambcr, of the men nt Fort ,
    i : I tt
    It if said, oo good authority, that Spain, at 1k1etcanleparcdfromthepo.t .* C . i. :
    I i--se1..iasp" -
    this moment. pos GceQno less than 800 con- ] 1 'Ih WiGct hof Florida, . .. .T4 DRLR I S

    nun ,_. 1iee are G Libops, 1UgCtSTT CocaT OALLfUV& Cutty, I'i.oai Ono company 7th Iniantry, to Marianna ,. 1 ri C% a.it 'j cv.. -. -.; -
    '<.:- 'J,500 CAnoni and abbots, i.SOO/Jfesular priests," i ; One comrsny Tth Infantry; to Tallahassee. :. .. s- n flf :'l: ..ililL vv-W. -L. :
    1 'T1IECAi. irvM; iii atnin1euatriz ,On.company Jtb lnCmtrj>to Gainesville. S .,. 4i iufw
    *** of the
    54,000 :jrTcarj, &C, .The budget fur the Wituth j vy E.tateof Fhlhp 1Ihieofhs < On. eocnpny th Infantry Fernandina.rXwooouipwiies SEA) XSLAND BAGGIHGJPaints : '

    ii twice'as high in Spain M iaFraucc.. i iTho iecd ia the ofliitj ot the Jade of the County Court'ft ith lutmtry to Jacksonville. $.TOCX

    rpgistry troubles in Ix>uisiana havo liren I written wigseition el his tiisolvtacy of the Mid F rtaKv -, -. rwoeosupiuws JUi I u tan try to Tampa Bay.. -
    littVUPOU uvUec w h.cBuby civtiuo nil pcrsan .Laying .II. IetacbWLfltWhen.neceuarysnay be made to of
    adjusted by the action of a otntnittco oi f the i cl.ttas agnlnit the Esute"of KftU Jntcstati', -to'llle the points in the vicinity of each i>ost-, but in no case, nor and tben1e.ye Article eter.tr mt< tbisf ria4

    loner boose of the State ngislarnrr, which '$ HHI04 Jirty authctiUcnte.1. In lh -ClorVfofllw"'of raid on any pretext whnTCvcr,\rill detachments bo sent with Oils of (til .Rtds1' ; ,
    the Braird of Cou jty on or U-lore the SUi day of j ANUAKV; A. pj1 out a conunl-stoned oiaccr, who will bo fully instructed cottsrr1.aojr
    ggved a report Itogto -I 18'*, when tlicre will be a pro rota payflitnt a *ons the ty f his. post commander. A. --til J- S a ssveg
    itt&tbfl be gorerned by judicial decisions ITV. r.J crt-dttors of said Kstat*. lOivro : -0 ,* >*< i J 4 i, Cbffoes; Sugars 'CSgara/To&coos -

    cding m repeal of portions of thu Krgia-I under my hand and seal of offlc' thKltth Jay VIII. District commander will instruct post cominanders ,
    1o of tr1teXflbe?, A. Dt 18SK. In their duties, and the relative position of the Tar Pitch and Turpentine : Soaps, Candles Yeast Powders
    ,- try JawThu ofiScui will now be reoj nod, and -JIOKATIO J1U K1X3-7R. civil and military powers. They will furnish them with .;; ,. .
    iitration ia to be full. copies of tha circulars from thcM ,Syrups, Tinegars. Starch &c.
    reported already cry Judge County Couit., AUchuu County. Utadoonrters, of Au- : ,, .
    a.it211. gtst2th, end October tat ult, (the latter of which was mif' i -r5 -
    The army of the United States, according to _2 torwarded September 15th to the District Commanders

    Jtrgirter for 1868, comists of five aitilieryJ : ,) in .blob the instrnctions of the War Department Leather Belting and 'Steam Packing Hawins Salt, Lard Oil, Kcroaono Oils
    are bet forth In full. They will ; -
    -J: (avalry, and forty-firo infantry repitnontf, that they arc to act in aid impress and on post commanders Molasses, &c., &cc1 -

    whicn?. V, with the itaff comprise 49,938) "cnlisiod j IX Wl-KKd utter da tu J irill'Spply lo tli. lion- andin subordinatoia to tho civil authorities co-operation; that they, 8TOVK3, AND HOI W WARE TIN WA1U 8TON wAp.zAr'dIWCXmy -

    2 '<3 oommmsioned officers ; tho UtUsr j bsi&r.th.Jnkjiii, Judge ol irob.te tur Atachu.& County are to exercise discretion and jndirment,unbiased by po WOODEN WAItE AND WILLOWWARE., : ; ; Flour;
    men ana ,- '.nrraJ.. one lientcnar.t-gencral, i >r letter of AdminiKtruliou' on Uie J E'tat of WU.* litical or other prejudices ; that their object should be Bacon, Port, Butter,Hards, ; Ft
    liniti It. Kennedy drrrniiod. exclusively preserve the pcaca and uphold! : -"*Cheese _.
    we mjOrgeZe1&lS. andninetccn briadis. (lEO. W. BOSTON" and they must be satluied snob is the object lawjnnd of the order fi@ Steam Vessel and Mill supplies j- Ship Chandlery lila!! its Mackerel, Hams, Meal, i -

    1>, O t. 1, 1SC8.Baker. civil olllcerealling on them for aid, that they must in branches. ,- Hominy, .Beans, "Uice ,
    all casts where *thn will ,
    ._. z ...permit.s. ._ _,__apply for induction &c. -
    w *-L--w* *-H uvkjy wtrj tiiuDb in ail UtiZarufl prC" C.J tf to
    NGICES. s erve the peace, and not bo rc tnUned by technical CHARLES A JFAmCHILD
    LEGAL County.XSliiTSl5KO. poluU, when, in their cpnicienliouB judgment under the ,, :

    rulcn set fotth, it is their duty to act. rot commanders Condensed Milk, Buckwheat -Flour .; : oJL_ 1r 1 -r
    on being notified of the
    meetings, send proposed holding of political BeedJ Block Street -?_ Apples, Potatoes Onions Pickle -' :.
    officer Bay
    may an and if neccMsary a ; f ,. ; *, S ,. $
    Duval County.ADMINISTRATION detachment, to watch thu 5 -
    th31rt tf october A. T.1 18>A, I wifl ( proceeding and see that the Canned Fruits and Vegetables, m

    Oturdey liiglu-i-t LKlier, at the Court U nso in peace. To a prektrved.IX. tho peopleof the aeveral Stateii S-1-- r- :-; ; .; qIthoNyILLE.j. of all kinds.
    btu -rii, I} ker County the following real ontatc, Uo- tet1C Department the il jpr Oencral composing .. Semi-MbnthlrfEiil
    --- -
    NOTICE to tJie t'ntHUUiirjy! StrickUiut, deceased, to commanding ap- - .- -= ; .
    I >iai tnat they will ;
    U Jle S. , 4
    sustaining law and order > OF
    t in
    IX MONTHS after date I wlil prcHcntto the J1n.JUdeOfthUCOUUtYCU1I..r _: 9, t o*.-UMiip.j 3. ri. of Uniijju It) K. oiiUiuiu$ forty. the iXJiice and j in avoiding those scenes of riot preecrrtne and bJoodeheil -: -.> :- .'iJ 4 ;Pcr
    S DUTB.I jjjj.j Jo (ht' jjjjje for the payment of debli.en au-.l the _
    Cuunty, mynal a -*"" wanton dt-struction of property and life, ,
    meuoant ai administrator) of the Kst i le of M ui.i i JOHN COOK, which has already, in some instances, been enacted in cc' a q Wooden ,
    Iloas, deeeased, and ask tol discharged from wiiddmlnistratorsblp. So,. 3ih 1 i. .&thnixi1strator. the Department lie urges abstinence Irom all inilain- Ware .. 4 C. '5' s

    -- -- ---- matory and moendiary appeals to the.paseiong;djscountcnancin THE PINE
    .1. 0. JIAGIX, ? the keeping open of liquor shops on days of
    Oct IS, 6 m. 18. Mario County.NOTICE' political meetings and of elect on ; the abstaining from COJIK3TWG OF
    __ __ p
    carrying arms, the
    asserting individual right ol construing
    laws by force of arms. No just cause Is BUCKETS
    advanced by resort to violence. Let there be charity *c.

    "OT virtue of an order of the Honorable! William A. and may forbearance the result; let among each political good citizen opponent>l tuuune, whatever that all : .:: OE -. 1.. CORK MILLS, OIUTh HOES, PLANTATION

    Jj JfcLean, Judge of the County Court ai .ii.d for the rpJMUTY DAYS wft.r date I will m\* application who, under the law, have iliu n ,lii to thu ballot iJiall --- -- '5 ROES. GAItDiN hLOil.S .
    onnty of Uural, X will offer lor sale, at auction, on _Li ilu.'HOIL hklwtirvi jai cr, Judge o.Cuu L1e ounty exercise it undisturbed. It there arc disputed of --) -
    XOMDAY, the 7th day of DECEMBER next, rtal u o! Marion County, Jor aulhonty to si *i "te real law, let them be referred to the courts, and let uct mobs -. : ., I -? .- i_ -;.. t -
    tract of laM and improvement known **Lhn learn wit of 3 E J of 8c.. "tphii' town. or political clubs other Stone Jars
    Estt'e as U-low, to : w ,- or irresponsible bodies, construe and Jugs.
    repsfl7. for the purposu of i iym< the lf4H of die 1, r.iTisjf 20, i S.: K. r n* containingr 80 aero more and undertake to execute the lu w. This appeal is made ..-
    CrtaU of Henry Wilson, deceased.Btid o rhftud. fc. J,' ot Nj; E. and a. W. # .4. i in the earnest hopo that the Major General Command --.
    trtrt of land lies about one mile etut of tho city t 0 leisi*. enl J*. vv. l ing can rely ou the POTTJER
    oi -* oO, c u ing > ocrus wore or good sense and correct judgment of SHOT
    f jooyj1Iesidtocont1ntwo bundi and filty )$ o: .ioc. 32 uuiiLainiug 1-0 acres more or h-if, and Jf. the mans ol the people, and that he will not be compel AND LZAD
    acres more or less; about thirty acres of Jin>t rate La ra- 5JV.. JT Wcc. :t2, tovrnshipll.( rango ooraaining led to resort to the cxcLm ot the power with which ties GROCE RIESI --S.-
    ? :
    mock land under cultivation; 347 t t8 huu suitable for a Fmoll family t bid 'and I* 7 GKO. W. COLLIXSOct. But he thinks it his duty to make known Seine and Net Twine

    bounded oo vie cast by the *.tohns Klver,.and i is t u ily i- 7 4vr 41 Guardian of Anna i.k.ikls. no tar as the power under his command will admit, that, he Coiling- Aioa,SO No. 10 Ploughs,Store -IM, I
    reached fcy lutd or m/er 1'rom thecitj ( f Jackrt'nTifls. the and Wharf Lttaing FernandinaTitrotigh
    Will not permit peace to be broken, and that he will Trucks, Wheelbarrows -
    two-thirds cash balance in
    one year ie- not be restrained In the conscientious
    tsreJ by mortgage. Titles to be paid lor by jitirchacrr.; NOTICE duty by technicalities ot laws made when dibcliargo the present of his and Grindstones. Em, e ba fra Ss Tte1I e'i.'

    yet fnrthcr particulais appjy toII. anomalous condition ol affairs were neither anticipated an1 front Jacksouwlfle, and all rtIea ,.as
    MSBEE; Att'y in A t the next f(rat "! the Circuit Court for Marion c;r provided for -------.w------ .- 40 KEGS OP NAILS. River t.aper tM* .,,y 3er lfae
    fkftfarE. IT. Cheney, Adra'r on Kslate uf ALViis.. XVniniy I'willajtply for Dower in the Ketate ofoli. UT OBDIR OF MAJOR CESEIUL MKII.E : POST OFFICE NOTICE E. H. HEED. CTJU; x.. wAiizz Rate. for measurement goods 11 cents ,

    .l .. W. IVarson. K. C, DKUif, 24ArR2'$ Pure Sye :lrHzsARr. .
    ITUADMINISTRATKIX H. iL PEAE3ON, Assistant Adjutant Genera1. oFPIc: REED & MATHEB For largo shipments special contract sot toll
    NOTICE S< pt 21, 4 t. Adm'x. Oct. 1C, 4 t. 47. 1 .i. x. to 6 r. u. except Sundays. S And a full Assortment of Liquara % r.. a.ao.rr -

    SUSDAYR. 8 to 10 *. M.2VtA.rE.S Post Office of all
    CVCn; TTEEK3 after date I will apply! to HU Itci.orC Building. kinds. First CIa from JadcJonrilkU Sew y k.

    W. A. ilcJLean Judge of the County Conrt lur Clay County.ADMINISTRATRIX Proposals. CLOSE. Also other Articles too numerous to Second Class 44, .- :

    tht county of J'uval, lor an order to soil the 1. ..uasixjloof Hy throa h Brass Lock pouches, to New York, Wa.4ielon. Wholesale and Retail mention all of Insanoco tiy this line *na per east, 4' i
    to the Estate of the late Joseph P. mith, rituittedta IIiALQUAflTFns, DjirAHTMENT OF TUB 1OJI, m Stationers which will he sold Agent In Yo 2. .. O3L

    sid county to pay the debts of taiJ ivute.JiUXAUKTJl NOTICE. CurEr QV&5T51t1&TIR'b Urrics, Savannah, New York and Washington Foetal Car, Sf Booksellers low for cash. 174 caassrs

    SMITH, AUui'x. Atlanta Qa., Sept. 21, lb(>8. J and Tallahassee-Dm.r, 10 CO; a. m. For ftirtlw parlcular!- 1nstureiot L

    OcicWr7tblS6,4w rpilRTY; DAYS after dit?. I will apply to the Hon. &itieI proposals w ill be received at this ffloe until li Lake City,Gainesville,Fernandiua.Florida Railroad flLL keep constantly on hand,at toww Prices than Wholesale and RetaiL aul3..za
    -L m. ochick 21, 1S08, lor the transportation of Wovernnent and 1'ensacola i: Georgia( Kaibroad-DAILY, 10 30, a. m. V V
    C 7.in Buddington, J u>lgti of the County Com t,in ana ciin **purchased e&ewhere in the State,an article .
    and Stores, from Charleston S. Ocala and Tampa MONDAYS WEUX ---------------------- ,
    Tioops C. ,
    lnr tin County 01 Ciay, for an vnlrr to soil lot number to OATS, and FrinATM of Stationery. -- -
    ADMINISTEATIIIX NOTICE. (2)t'-o, in equxi-c number 1 and St. Auguetine Kia. Cedar Ky ,3ATCBiAYS, and TncnsATe 1030 BOOKS. U. S. MAIL :ROUTE
    (1r'ci Cove nprinifi() N-longiuxtothec-rtatc of jinriolal. a. ia. SCHOOL BOOKS -
    will la Iho UOn. Bt. Au ibiina fa $ ,. ORESH
    5txXONT1tSftrdateI pirsont . .. for the County ofDuvt.l, each poiint, and abe rates rom one point to another. 7 u. m. (by hinge.)
    5 3.1 ti Late. Jacksonville
    my HUD! account as dmmibtrati ix <>1 tie Estate ot CATJIAEIXE LUCAS All stores shipped will be classified and paid for ac- j Up the Rivt-r, through to Enterprise, per steamer Fix, July 1, 1808. UR.B.CRA

    AJexandiT? Holme*,deeeaxed, and afk to-IK; dietharfiid CK-t. ? lw. AdministMtiix., cording vo the Government ClassJt5cntlon. J Darlington,SC.IDATS 8, a. m.
    fiem mid *aminfctrator hlp.MAKY.T. __r This contract to rvma'n iu force fur one year. OIDEI8. GARDEN SEEDS !
    1IOKK1S, --- The usual requirements fur bidn will be exact- j
    OH. 7 Cm 45 AiininEririx. I'ropuwtl: should be in triplicate with copy of thu alvcrtisemi'iit ; The ehcpest, safest and most cxpiditious way ol send- :
    Nassau Cbiinty.A1 attaChed to tstch, aud should be endorsed i i"IVoposaU n 4 Money to any part of the UuiU'd State u by thf ,
    stal Money Order yrtcm now In operation al this FOR SALE WHOEESALE -
    fur OR
    NOTICE transportation, and ndJrei'tfed to the j jR olflcc.Ba. RETAIL, TIrE PAO1'
    u n&ralgncL
    >MINISTRATOR'S NOTICE SAXTOX. Orders issued in amounts to suit purchnscr .
    Partnerebip nerrtofore exlrtlng between Aman- k'te on wimp, $20 and under, 10 its. DEALER Uf D B L IaTcY.1JAVING
    TUB isvt ( .
    Uen. <
    & M.
    Jirijt. J. U. S. A.ChI.iq. j
    Parson and H. II. Hoeg un-inr the firm niinie From J20 to 150, 25 "
    ..Dd.lyl.ofPAr.oa1I1oe1.I thin dydIoIc.i, I'.rvatnal SIX JiUC lllA aiti.T o.ae we will present our accounts M, Ue-.t. of the Fouh.( I E. IL REED, rest M.
    conacnt. All pcrsotw in>lcbK>il to saI firm -ruiKake voacn ;Ati Adihinlntratrix anti Administrator i iIN
    i4 immediate payment t U. II. 11"y. All i*r c..- ot til.- Li-'a'v "f JninPti T. Frisbio, deceased, Kte of E P WEBST13E: & CO been therougl1jL.a.
    "baring claims agninst the firm will prew nt them aI I,isO&M >:i iin\, J-'. ri'ii. t.) the Honorable the County .Money Order Offices.r.EORGl. FAMILY GROCERIES ,, on herold route between LkOII1

    in Jacksonville. Jud/ .t! i". juutj, eXfiCisuigSurrogate powor.and .\. primes. stopping at all fatermedlat ,ofnte,
    AUAYDE1 1'uLo:; ;, a.k i .- u i.jui fi ,<. .arje Hum the Ailuiuiiulrution of BANKRUPTCY.ASSIGNEE'S Albany I Columbus.AmericuH sonnlto every Sundy
    ii. IL HOJG. &Llt j4t. Wholesale and detail Monday morniig 4 o'clock, IrXntTtnIr'.I, -
    j Macon.
    Jaekonv1fle, Fla,Jsnuary 10, 1S64 oct 7 4 wKOIIUE. SAUAH A. FHISCIE, Aaministratris.JAMK3 Athens o'clock P.M. Ratnritbgwift lealki rl
    F. JOHNSON, Administrator.c Atlanta Millcdgeville.Iloine. PROVISIONS, nesda7 morning 3 o'clock,Fait1&Tburd ,
    >ct 1 Ca : NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT i Augsb j I savannah 0 cloet, nrrfring at Jaekaonyjffe 1 o'cIck! *

    2)iaricg Court tftlte United Statet t't DAV, le it 9 A. 1C.
    IN..oIJNTVCOC1i ,for Xorth\\ Jacksonville I Tallahassee. And
    THIRTY 1>A Y8 *Her Aate,application will be made trn lUitrtct of Florida. Key West I Warrington.4L..IB.4MJI. Ship Stores ; July 7-tf JOHN *CLASX JtralT -
    W. McLean, Judire of the rackKorlUftPk
    County Fur 3'astau Cuunly Slo.lt r/ Florida.KIununtha.1 In the maltfYirf JU-ubtin II. CharK-s, Bankrupt. I
    Court, for an order to ell; the Real K tate bclouj n;totb -,
    To O cc. -
    whom it The County. -
    BUt of Reuben Cowart deceased for tne I eiac j Attsu'hmcnt.rs. may concern;- undtrsiirted hereby
    purioM Amount fcuoJ fives notice of his nppomtmi-nt aa Assignee of Reuben .Morgan.I WHITE PINE LUMBER .5..44I
    of the debtof raid eFtate. } ParnagM $>83,80. ,
    paying uCanla............Baibour.OrecnTJllp .
    J. 2T. IIADIMICJC John \V". IV-jicock. ) for (291'JO.TUIK li. Charles, of Lake City, (Columbia cuunty, and State i iof _
    ...Butler.HunUville S. HAIL BOUTR
    Florida, witiiiu wud ifirtrict trbo '
    lisa been '
    : ucii-ndunt, and uU other interest, are adjudged J
    : ,
    litrsons .
    HujJii his ...... lladlson.Mobile. SCULLS OARS ,,,
    noticcj !lcad to the declaration a tilt upon own petition, by the Umtrict Cuort *
    .' Oct 11m W. SI. IVES Kxoctitor,, tied in th above appcnranj mtitlcd! cnusp j or juili mont by of said District. J. 'C. URKKLIIY, ........... ...............}. fobile* : NO 4 S -5.eea.i

    ddauit will Lu taken in ttie premises according to law. Jacksonville, Oct., 7th, 18C83w A signer. | Montgomery.....Montgomery.Dallas.IVcumbia : AND SWEEPS THE NEW $ pJpJjJflyiI

    4. 3ia C. r. COOl'lill, 1'1'lffj Att'y.
    NOTICE. .Franklin. SAMMIS: BLOCK

    IN CIRCUIT coT OF FLORIDA. ... .......................Lowndcs.Grenada. .
    Thirty days after date, I will apply to the lion. "W. Will oScrf,r bale, tit ho ishcst Uddur, in Tampa, ............Yalaboiha.llolly LTICA'SOXYZLZE FZ1.
    aiB Judge ol the Couutv Court, for au or.4e'rtc 4th JC..TCJJIL CiBcriT OF FLOKIUA i on >"i"6AC Cocsrr.In JL FloiiJa, on the 2d ot Kovembor a tnc} Wardrobe and | Spnugs...Marshall. GREAT BARGAINS !
    Ml the real Estate belonging to the oMaic of an Iron Sate, the property of Joseph Vlglifl, *ho has Jackson...Hinds.Meridiin .
    Gtorgt O. Hudnall deceased, for the parpos of poyinIA. ; CltaHcery.4 been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own putition. Terms .Lauderdale.Natchez. Ft**

    ebti of i&id estate, O of ealc cab,. J. C. UHKKLKV, .'..Adams. C. S3 .A.CJER, iTasing rzia.Ie arrangements to be
    I.ul \ : Admiuittrator .. kept freshly*uppli I
    JAMES HUDXALL of tti r'o'ai li and cliattcls rights j A.slcee. Vicksburg........................Warren. front a large, II4IILajE; ; !
    EeTt Soth 4 t. liaiuistrator. and "."Its i,t Murtlm Brulj j Jacksonville, r'l.v, Oct. Lt, lb6S. HaASSIGNEE'S Lot;LSL4XA. General Commission Merchant SEED WABEHOirSE,

    ducz, : ascd, lilll for l'orure, Baton r.uge..E- Bt.. Ron. Cajt GJSO. ;
    r* I Ac.Wrli SALE. Monroe.OuacblU. we have the seeds put np for our own trade, with our -
    NOTICE. C.1i.L } I[ AVill oflcr for sitlo, at the Court House, in Ik City, New Iberia.Bt. with tho-Lasrh gton,makisg.
    OIZ WEEKS after date I will at ply to tli) lion. V. ..-ji'Siriri; to the H.iliHj.ittioa <>f the Court that L Florida, on the a-HU day of October, the Lnnds in I New Orleans.Orleans.Opflo JACKSONVILLE, ThA., GARDEN SEED DEPOT 8EMI.WKKw: ,
    O A. McLean, Judge ot the County Court of l>uvt-l II > r.ry C. Ihui, vns of the wiid defendants, i' not totx Lm Columbia county, Florida, and Irwin county, Ooor/is, u i ......St. Landiy. : fr&,44j
    CvaatT, u UK 6UU of Florida, for an order to cell the ; to;.ii.l in the oiurity an Heal Eittau ofdumnel UuUington, deceased, in unl I I ind thai iic wa*lat in f-aii county ciiid Circuit, Hankropt, on his own ]>ctllinu. Terms of sale caib. Kruneimlle............. ......W. FellclanaIn rpo my old friend and the public generally, I weald of all kinds of Garden,Field,and KSwer a compete He S, suiuble stock UORXIXO at 9 o'clock r falai_ _
    b thcrcfurc The purchaser raying for deeds Had f the Northern States nearly all Post Offices are JL announce that I am now opening and for soil lag alf o'clock; aniTinsi Entarprtw M s'tIe
    Oeantir and Btaie, for the payim-nt of the Ju,t und la bout ; .ir* siuuc. It ordered that publication il&ET.EY. constantly rercring our and climate. Therefore. we layite,and solicit s wreturninjr -
    fit debts of said rtato.CAKK1K. ) hid xx.rlins to law for four 'woeks, and that J. C. ( money order offices. { a complete and select stock of the attention and orders of all Interested ia havIng good will IeavaEnteyslaa SwrSCa A -

    L. BUFFIKGTW.AiiBiniitratrix Mtid < :4IldtLt6 avr Jot-kxuhrille, Fia., Oct. lot. 1SGS. ids 7 arrrriag at
    of the K Ulc of Jxuuui' D'.ilr.ijtoii' bill o. ..i"MIIIO: 'tU be takrri us confe sed against JaeksCDTiQ* at VVcloM..
    teets.sd. By J. 1'. t3siiEIioN, Will tut U.oitl and hcalU ofllce this 10th IliCillr ---- -- Valuable letters for any part of the Untied States, READY-MADE CLOTHING, Just reoeiTed, the following for Fall undWmtcrpIarf. in.time to connect with the T'aia for&Taxcaka tia.
    Canada Or at Britain Island of Jamaica Holland, the GROCERIES .
    Her Atfy in lacL Or ..AiilSCS. ASSIGNEE'S SALE. HARD-WARE,
    CepteaWr, 16, IS68. 6w SAMT'EL T. UIDDULL, Clork.t Italian States, or States ot Oerroan-Anrtrimn Postal QUEENSAVARE, 1 000 Papers Flat Batch Turnips .For further lafonnation apply; |!j 4
    4 v by CH**. 1*. TCBJIJ: Vi1uty. I Will off.-r for sale, at the Court Home in ixinMrille Union, will be registered, on application between the I BOOTS 1000 -
    oil the Sth of November, 180 nctvn of land, in I IAlacbua hours of 8 A. M nnd 6 I*.M. & SHOES, Purple Top Rota Bags, "" : 1

    IK CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA{ I county, the property of W. B. Wimbcrly, who I Registered letters, to go the same day, Bust be handed HATS t CAPS, 1 500 Red ,.3-tf. .- : -sr--

    St. Johns County. has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own petition.rarcluftn .- I In one h nr before the closing of the mail. TRUNKS, 600SklXTIfl'8 Ruta Bags, -

    ttJnkALczacny Tea 7LOEPA, IrvAi. Corsir. :==-:::--- _- lopuy for deed and stamps.J. C. GIIEELET VALISES, Scs. 1JOO Long Blood iurf Sugar Beet, : T iiiisL '

    Assignee,-, NOTICE J and In feet everything kept In aPjrstcliLss 1 000- Large Eng.Drumhead Cabbage I J. J. ;-

    Its c1orww. NOTICE Jack orTilic, Fla. Oct. 1, 1803. tds.ASSIGNEE'S -BOO Early York S -, -4
    aaaa.us1tlaLra; FREIGHT OFFICE, TEN. & OA. R. R. I ITALUHABSIF Store .
    600 M "
    Vt. Effl for Yorl're IN 'i nd by virtue of an order made by the Honorable Oct, I, 18CS. i Large 45 TOB&O BAY&Oc

    .TM* W. Fitch ani Era- }I of >unty Court, lot the county uf St. SALE. NOTICE is hereby (given that the rate of Freight 1 My goods hare been bought with special reference to 600 -4 Batch u

    *511. Fitch. Uaie&dauta. j ortge.T Join sUlu ot liorid, I will cxponc for sale, at public IWill offer for sale, to the highest biJJcr, in Stark Jacksonville and Baldwin is TIX P1* ri.xx the Interests of customers and embrace as good an as.: 600 Sugar Loaf, "
    j nucti. .. !In front of the Court floums In said county, onJdON on the 3d of November 320 acres of I/an< LESS than that now advertised a* the rate horn Satan- wntment a* there U to be found in this markri 600 "
    appearing to Uils Court by the afflJaTit of ficocspUiDant "Ay, the 21 day 01 NOVEMBER; A.I). 1 868,at and one Wai
    filnd In this cause,that the paid dcft.ntl- 14 o'ti A. u tljo fullowi.ij' dei.czibediieiI Ksutc, t who has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on bio own pttilioB. oct S 1m General Freight Ay i.-. 28 j my 300 Collard, -

    ants reAds eat ot the Circuit and beyond U*> limits ol wit; Terms of sale cah. rurcLauer paying for deeds mlPtanIp& 500 Long Scarlet EaJIsb,
    ThStstSOfF1o Tit ; .u}>crty iinwn as the Magnolia Hotel!, situated J. C. ORKELEY "
    WO ath2iznoftheGQLDEflMORTA1L
    On notion of 4ato.wit:1nthe State of Muine. on Ui,. cii.-et, city of Hi. Aui urtlne, and bounded Assignee. OFFICE TEN., OA., & FLA. C. R B. CO. \ Early f
    complainant's solicitors,it is hercbj rr- NEW; DRUG
    TALLAHASMI Oct. 1 18CS. STOBECoaxia
    Aersd that the said JdendanU appear anJ anuwcr tlj S on lit uonli by the property of J. V. ilcnmnder, on Jacksonville, Ha., Oct. 1, 1SC8.ASSIGNEE'S ,
    MUJUcdln this the CT i t y Ocorge t-iroet, ou the soptb by the Mrthodijtehurta
    cause on the KIK8T day of MARCH
    Mat, Lbp same teinv* the first Monday iu wild mowthABdaKaUday. lot, and on the vest by Uic-property of itaruh IMPORTANT TO ALL. OCEAS A>B FuurranJAC1C30SYILLK aaiirr, -
    OUi rwI e the complaimitiUi biliM thai II 'i. 1'nu alit! he lot.Ufl SpanIsh attest. fniJu GREAT REDUCTION OF RATES TO JU Z>lV/V, ;
    taken t>n c.vfjx. >n tt With by lot beloagins to staeof Jmai Her* offer fur sale,to the highest bidder, at the Cecil JACKSOtrrtLUi, AX)) ALL P.OUiTS OK-1H& FLOKUU.&. -
    It U further oniered that copy of this otter ho put iuii lot ol Diego HentandM, nnd an* IWiH in Luke City Florid, on the rJUi ol October, dsT JOUSTS RIVER."VTfW II. ) AND FOR SALE.
    tolltNsO'qliAi taUl bed ajk.&a1i
    A sd ta the Mflw1 Union,",,ibe same b.it< a : other tot bo.'anKteig! ta the Kstet: of Samuel Buffintfton, several loU of valubshia Land, alco a large number of through orranitcnienU between Savannah and I DIt. Retail > :
    tscai,tbjs QreuU, oact airsckfor pn- dcon-.ed. ou (lie south ty :ui of M riah I'aceUy i'once. town iota, belonging to A. J. T. Wright who has been JLI Jacksonville, allbrduiK the grcmtoot dispuicU 4in4aocoramodation Drug Store at the above named place.sndbasaaewandwellassortedstockof IX Volu 4 1&WLZ and t' Vtst by HfnuiUh street, all beloc ns to the En- of navigable wat or, a tract of about 250
    ,4,15'4he* M first VLft&Kv tn Uareh; adjudged a Bankrupt, on t.is own peiilion. Terms cash.iTurchaurr for both the Transportation vf Freight acre*
    CllAti. L. HAl'llKK. Clerk laW ui tMiffiuri UuffifiiTiOn, deceased, and sold subject to- to. pay for deed* nn.i stumps. and 1'easenlr. have just been concluded between the
    Drugs &
    Dow' iiVJ.- Ot Cvri L liu widow ot Bam Perfumerywhich FIRST-CLASSHAMJIOCK
    r lngton, J. C. QREELEY of Savannah the I'en. LAND.
    tf ia per C. B. Traitvz, 1). C. Atlantic A: Onlf K. It. Oeo. k
    ueL Jlflnawip.-J" decra-t-d. Assignee. FlorIda Central K. li., and Brock's Line of Iliver he will sell at low 'Order The soil Is a rich vegttaolc mould with
    rVAg1tflL : FFIW OT03, prices. are respectfully nnderloia marl!,
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    -- Jacksonville Octobtr.1,1S03. Ida make this the and
    Boats by which wo choapmt quickest solicited. and I 1s r
    Admmlstratnx on the Jacksun\nic th Inscription put up with care at adapted to the growth ol Sugar-cant vi.ie'r;
    route to B.iliUiii, and all landings upon .
    IN CIRCUIT COUBT OJb1 FLOELDA, oct ; 4* lotM at 8emtu4 1ufliaLon duoeaaei ASSIGNEE'S SALE. tho Stjohn's lUvcr. ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT. AKD SJBMITHOICAI. FB.U1TS. .

    -- : : It U the quickest and cheapest route for your frelghtlOur ApDLLLfl_ _

    t Fovtn JCWCIAL CIacv. Dtvat. Cwcxnr. NOTICE. I Will toy for sale, to the highest bidder,at tie Court rates are now but ono-half the amount charged by Alter the store it closed at night persons desiring S Will be sold cheap for eash. Apply at this oflce. ,
    House in Lake City Florida, on the 30th of October, the steamers from Savannah and Charleston, and under edlcine, will please August:21, tf cflg

    Ll'inOonW.Ull 4e 200) acres ot Land,one Wagon and 0110 Mule, the property all circumstances we gurantee that the rate MULL beleu .
    7$. 17HJUU WliKKiJ after duta I will apply to tile lion. of John F. Mlilock, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt l thanby any other line. To this advantage of cheap Ring tfce Night Bell *+ .0tr

    ntina. \ Bill for Dh"01- : 'C of I'roUoc, for the county ot SL Johp.<, Bute on Ins own petition. Term cash. Parcbaoer neat mutt be added the entire absence of se* risk to I -4
    It sppeariag; by sufficieiit prooi tiat a b.f'r D I- of Fl 71%*, for an order to cull the Itcal Estate rf Stlcli- paying for title and GUrnpH. Charleston. Uallimoro. Philadelphia, Sew York and and they will get prompt attention. Wcheana : _

    ,.' UsbeonnlBdinU estboTe entitled Court, e eel A *d,1n anl county and Hiats lee tliepaynuiui J. C. aEEKLKY, lloeton ; thus leaning the amount to bu paid for insu C33TN. D. Dr. Robinson, a graduate ofthe tTntvcruty Jewelry. T _

    "M empl inari Msilt the aM drtendunt, and It oi.UK'Jait iu>4 Uvtml dobtsof wuJ ueiate., A Mignrc. rance. Mo delay of freight by this arrangement.- ol renacylTa&ia, also, often his professional scrrlcc asa :
    ", aid defendant resides out of the State of Florida, jotrh.rH[ V. ILERKAiilJLiZ, Jacksonville! Fia., October 1, IbCS. tHn Goods shipped from Savannah lu the morning will read Physician and Hurgeoa to the citizeas of Jacksonville ? reftwact.1numt
    tpo otkm of inti3rof JU; tWc of M. AnOreo'deceased.f Jacksonville the same night. Xo, Insurance by. thUroute.nnd and -EO.> A. PECK
    complainant'* soliciwi, IL lil Uv. Jr, % tklnlty. July 11 tf use aU care and,d1hgeis t 2nIM.itntdn1 .
    nicorderoa tbatahruttpon the laclsjclwrg in! 4ssIuIE'sSA14E.: : ; all claims for loss or'djunagepromptlr still vi. -
    -IW sail Ua be had bcfoc*the said Court,, on Monaar, 474's. The accomodation for passenger* are periccU. >>' 'wtTeuIuiit: AND IEWELRT
    U,. 234 day of November A. I). W*, at the Court -. -- -- '0.. I-WaILofftw ior-solc, In Fcrnandlai, on the 10th of November dmnge of cars. Tc coraWao will} pced great incruM f bv '4 GO 4.&pcL
    souse la Jacksonville, In the aIt county of HuTaL WO .icres of Land, in Worth county,Georplu, comfort, h.-sylngupOfl each train. Tulman *KlmbftvmozDiflcent ; ,-

    A. A. KNIGhT, Cireclt Judge, U. NOT1CES. also one-fourth of 40 in Chcrakro county, Oeotgla, the sleeping car. Two train, daily, will karmJacksgrmvih1O OCJtAJf STREET,
    Fourth J udlcul Circuit. S. property-of II. Hunt-who has bt-en' adjudged a for Savannah and points in the interior. :
    .. Uankrapt, on his own petition, Purchaser paving for fine, by paMciiger train, between Jack onTlll and i TIIAVE remoTod from uyformerptace.othospa..L ,
    -.'- : 4 --t- i1NduLcUiT \ :- -- .., :; _-;- : : -. deed4Atta jtlawp W. C. UUKKLKV, Savannah 13 hour Tlie Steamer Darlington and lInt dons Store and. .HallIII JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,_ -' -,!* aWt.
    In connection with these rood either of S
    Assignee. (10 run upon dpacks 4-u.M
    COUBT OF FLORIDA, Omc UARSllil. OFTHE UNITED HTATE3, jAet on\Ulf'na.-., 1, 18C8. tdaASSIGNEE'S which through tickets.can,be,purchased lioggago .Holmes' Building,

    .1rok TBf: Noumea I>iTticT Or FtouiDAHT. Checked Tarough.' ., .
    Foran' Jc: iL_ Ciacnr, DCTAL CetJTT. Atui-iuxj:, Fhu, Sept. 4, Ib68. C 1- '- 'SALE.. Oar connection* at St. Marks fox Havana,Key \vet, Four doors west of F.Dibbl and bar*mad largo id :

    7 j. : .1iMJ Tampa, rcnuacola, Appalachicolo and New Orlesjuare ditions to my bosiaesa, .I ahaU consta&Ur keep large I _
    M. I Mbpition and.pitatioja :I'TTfli bni-r 'or sale.'nt tbe Court IIouso, in Lake City, sure Eight Steamers per month ply bctwoeo Km Ot* aod select ock of 1o
    I : *0th of October, 700 acres of Laud, In Colum.Aausty. loans jxnd Jlavano touching.at.all.tho intermediate 'i 4Bii8iiAiL
    Ti"ilMll.MIllcrt QeOige also Horses the points. Ono leaving each city every week, thua glyingus I su;
    .Vlller. Agent for John I J* Vfarietonu rJfAa U. S,far tt nortlttrn Itii* two property of Robeit C. .. .- -OS .
    each PUMPs S .5
    X. LehouL.AagOktus Bow. I I t.fFiW1S1. Martin, wb4 )J4 en djttdgcd a Bankrupt., on him own a weekly connection way. L2AD & iRON .5 ---
    ard. KorUmer petition." Terms ca Urnjvtta for title* nnd With the advantage which thin route possess wo 1'P ., 8TONWA1X
    Joha It, CUinn. Foreclosure .rt! n ADMIIlAI/nr : ; tamp*." *-" /'cfGftBELEY, are sure to give satUJartion, and only ask that our ability IIARDWAItE, TQVZ8, *
    X Lshnaa and Otis ? of ; ,; Assignee.Ovt to do *O may be tested.' It will bo borne In'mind, TDfWAUB.UROCJCBUY,. Hoping to>toerfftMeom
    Anajad Chaffse.TaooMs KlteLel W. Hi. I MOTtagP. ; J.ek5onvi11UI1I1 !: 1, 1S08 td. that this rotjte thnU Jwxiyi be cheaper, both for passtn- GLASSWAEB. -, KZ&O8N O1t. of dl4edc' -
    2'Lrtiiem, IL Crafts, I ( tiers and freight than any other, and that If at any Urno -p WAUK, LAMTH, Y aad'Joto -- '! R'
    d.to beiuas. ta Cjiicc 14looiwf MAil.; Iierfl.iata, (,.. for '* the amount charged is not ices than that charged by the is .- s** atf-Mt*; >ee SM ..*!te1ts. t :-

    Lt4muI.&psasizaa.4.ty1V..( <*aBoe T4kMJ, APVUtCI. FurtiKure, .&4 (Fi&cand tiurCargi e;: ASSIGNEE'S SALE.T ktoamer to Jackaonvlllo and point on the St. 'ohn'iRiver B. F&nri no"oajcVia- my'employ- ,-bafl- iaTe' "-' f--** 4r r -J
    Bt. Aasnd & 1dwi4lugf: Fivc.tonspll '. '. upon UM tact being made known to' Captain T., C.TTEEP -* --" Tysft
    oa*. Old II-OB. '"" ) J Will eC'ei'for tele, at tno Ootirt'nouse, iriOnincsUstgItbO5thdiYoftP1ambtrbOIWitLCU1ObO- li. BCCKMAX Soperintcndont of Transportation, or 8.'A. *?-.*
    It baring been ptad to *pm*r fey due r-moftb.it ii A 1urpunt to AtUcbmcnt or Warrant of.Ai-rcst aad SFK.HCBR, Freight Agent at Jaokjonvillc,the-dllfer- :ILIADL QTPIIW4
    irtsMUau,Augusum IhxTut<1.3>Uitlfet Monltt&4fl under the SM| of lav, and W me direotud It4oi1v't taco will at once be and; shall namifiiotttT Th for'
    )L. wnra the trad* Co ,
    LebAaa, 0th, L CfiarfUi. MilcbrlV. Bt. Amanl, of Land near [ the rt of A. II. co -
    I lo hereby give pubIc nouev. to all pro Fur farther information apply to ,. tom work .
    i JO3BJNO. eonstiU7 ban4 stick .
    Tboma ttSPAlRUTGf XOOmrO en veP- &eete.I
    u. Crofu, resU out of UM 6tat of Flon4a KiHunkI,ard do.inotijsh suit crte ptisoui& Johnson (subject- a mortar) also wo llows be- raI.yupcrinlonaeat F. fcO. ;: a -
    petihtfld UOBT .i.
    : QUfTSRlUfO COXDVCtJSaUfti&
    ;**4 last UM ordinary pruor** .| law mnnot I* wrwdposi .utt cf thuDs eUimwg the Afeansald Schooner tfvil,'LcrfcoaU longine to the same, also one Honofsnd' one. yoke of U. P-'l-alUlMMee* .. .; .. to the tmdotV-; *' -. fli an, work" .- pertaining usually kepby Watehe the*and Jewelry sad.all. ,other*atffc '
    them. On noiiim of Dott. U. Andrews. K I.. SoJteltor Oxen, belonging to H. H. Hall. The above being the true,which ho o3. .rcat
    ,titckl, ppir! <4u4 carv>, or-knpwieg, or tutrlajuytfanl IL S, UAlNS3Oen1 Sup't A.f) O. B..Savaa-- toduced '
    for UomiilaiaaAt, it Is ordered that a hearing im to/*> why the fsrau tjtfDl4 not be ondcmi>cd property of the cud members of tie firm of A. If.' tlAIl '.. ; prteea.; .
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    iLX th.5 In the Bill be had on the F1U8T lortcnM scoofdiug to the -prayer Of sad"Utclf Uiat Johnson & Co., who have been adjudge Bankrupt, on C. U. WlLUAlIS, .General Fght Ag'tAi &-.O., f- -hi'tfiT r ,. .- rfld4CU5/bCdh :
    c WCEMBK$ A.l>j IfCV/J / said beLt : VnrchMor.'pavin ':for titles and .. .
    t *i-farther Order thbeand.piJb.furethe C urtf51< at ZrPr.iuon. R. IL, Savannah :-c ft only;consequentltroBtpoto5 I
    ordered thai a certified of lhf '" "" -- CUILIRT1 I
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    l J.L. ROMUUXATT.forwanling Agent, Savmnaan.
    *. *s* r jr* tfr t s *" ; ?
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    Mbttsbed one* a week, oouiecuUvsdf, tor thn*" <*l lTit4of I'lprtiVs-at Wtcji p'clCKjk ia.the forenoon of 4s4gneo. ,T. li. BDCl IAif.'Baperinwnaeot Xnnsportatfeo, ;. t. '. urn.Ibur UtI8SARD 8T4TJOj7RZ 55 we
    trota the daU hereof la the M FJi-iUt Univn. 18C td" ,
    MotAT'the: VEf1Itky'of l>ECKlin I A; '
    < '-' = &/A. KKiailT ; ___ 7 4oorsweat4P..lMbbe! y Bar street, Jfudtsoll 5a 1.. SEWLVOJtAc7ILvEsf
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    ; b.dsy 4etisIlcothetv 11, -- $. A. SrKXCEB Freight Agt JackfonTllh- *- '* *
    Circuit J'adge,4th Judicial (flrctiitlT&T7I4U *. 00 the nest day of Jurisdiction.*hre$a -; : -Wahted-Agents. C. I>. OWENS New York. .v it ; .. ASISTY Of OTHER 42TIUI

    th.ii i jJ lucre (o laJcrpose a fdalm and make allegations P. BEA1'Y, &rLytil1i4; and. kket Agent 'M.- -'.-.--"- 4 __;.h.S -: AU kinds repafchut i _
    County of Des),, and uZtVtr unto die Lrbel nit In that beaatf."' Lo I Per Month to achE LhNaknai Family Sowing TaIla1utssee, Florida, '- 'Sit : pi &&L] 0B'RENT .' warranted. At the old stand of

    and - t.1iALtXADEU AiAo1tUP1B, ,i4 ci KacWno. : This machine ia iual to the eSf'iho foUpwlng paper viH jilca MPT for -Xhroelonihii. rt.iJJn: -- --is 't---- -e. : ; .5 .
    Tect sq by eertify tbst the forcgoinfr U a true thlsofflc cor- I I1g. tnaSiMiw In every respect md. ii sold at the and:wnd bQUo P..* O* a,It-rvrU L nr hmvItALOOODTZNEZNTSi!'AITO 8INOI )
    oiy t. owonffli4Iu ] orIt J; Ut;; 1
    JackaonviU Mtrc Taflhuio'ftoriitianOcaIa.
    : ry IUX>itS-yry lovti good IOt1OL'1 1IAflTEE-
    MATILEB; AIfltEW NATINAI.I 8IWIN MAdIItNE CO., iaat Florid Uanntr, QaineivUlo Aew i'ro, Forums L Also one Horso, Cart and Ilarness. Apply stt I ;
    ct Cjrctfl ( Ds) County 5
    aept.ises. Im. ouyt p Acting U.tt. District Attorney.. cpt9C4 Jow n am Pittaburb,Pa. dim Index, St. Auguitln* Examinir.: oct S tf ay 30 tf C. B. WLDEli, JUon it. oce. AU i4 ;' .

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    fbn E dlaiiteaa Ulifewtrs duzbg UM plsjasnre of farnithj thha.-clan, per fifth article,treaty eleventh Janr, *fehta p latrgaflatofJuiight.sa hu1M -iv..i
    tnnared and -fiSy-Cvi, on* thousand two bundndrdol- five,on*thousand lhrenttndrd doBar b&rgtIwth the deficient postage
    = per? fourteenth article treaty twenploym.ent late. .. For Blath of tweaty Instahwsit tot th*supportsfaa B'iLLdd; JOZZOL
    d insufficiently -
    sad and sweoad strrkla r v -- r fo of suitatile Upo* th. 'ddhreffcI'Mjy' tmpa4! or
    .Thr5itat2irt kitiiii thr agricultural ad,IatustrW sebooland p.
    uLimsa1 t t t9 April djtuea ha% tventyiailtontsL instructors, tenthartt2* iwaty frit Voty, iJd Irttar. of* __ *n itztj-foar,lea Thousand dollars. ftabandingstotthvarious npfcr* sad lot fcrovldtoft per *""*
    amount to tb PsmMnaiandot CUpP
    _4 tbiJ a *tb l>*ttnrt, M SSZM treaty, fir* treaty eleventh June,eighteen bflUdred sad fifty-flvf, drtd dollar*.of.- twsatyinat&ini-farsmtth snd car United State* fta M* exceeding fire cents, WASUIXOTOX. 1LS&t
    EbBwaaA dollarsM.; V *if &&Tji. of a blacksmith, carpenter, farmer two hundred dollars. For ninthi & -
    1W th4 Cfla ofifteen istahoent, forth* purpose of and who shall furnish medicines for For ninth of twenty instalments for the salary of such penurshop. sad to iwetd. uosiri tool*-tteifoT. and in fee) worth Gerzen Uokmn; additional
    t smlylBf Rrd Lake band of gUppewa wlti flUto person as the tribe may select to be their bead chief, per tenth sattel*teaty first July, Slghtie*Ju dr4 charge act exceeding: two saber groscben. This
    the sick, per fourteenth article treaty twenty fifth articla eleveoth.Too eighteen hundred sad fifty-are five hundred dollar*. .
    v treaty defUdentpostage
    Wine the
    cotton taateer, calico hnwy. blanket sheet per fin, or 'additional charge, as well ax
    : ing, flannels, provjskms, 4HzIntoobsM for rath second Jan*ijVlghteelr hundred and fifty- and fifty-five, five hundred dollar .For ninth of treaty instalment*fee lbs'ads employment all other than POSTAL
    *olelM, on correspondence
    of blacksmith oupent rasd farmer
    oth.tuaefblarices&n4 jorsoca other useful fire three thccgmd six hundred dollars. For third of four Instalments to enable the Indian
    purposes to sick tenth KUde -
    furnish medicines Lbs into between
    who shall for per letters shall not entrt the accounts
    fcdejaed for their best interests third article ,
    Is may per remove and looote upon the reservation, to be expended Between theVntted&itea
    rLATXXADS AID OTHTX COarSDSBATED TaiBCS. treaty first ,July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, CfLsu4es
    twelfth hundred office but shall be retained to the use
    the two
    .1 rapplcmcntary treaty April eighteen in ploughing land and fencing lots, ss psr first clause ?,
    thousand ITS hundred dollars.
    r = ?!h d and *lxty.fow4st thousand dollar. For the last of five instalment i oa ono hundred and iQUrth arUot treaty of June ninth effbteva .bundrH of the collecting office, Colonal Government ofFor flongcoArtkl
    1 -- -- btactuvth For Ux fifth of fifteen Instalments toe the same-ob- ITOaty thouau&.leein 4h. seoeu4 ,ceieFjQrbino&IaLohJ and sixty-three,, twenty-five thousand dcUara. ? seers irvine JUTTCIJB Yin. -f i4atkisu5% ti.NII
    m -I*y th.t Jacts for Petnbina baad of Chippewas, par sane traatywrbou hitt. *.U* *** tttti> FntUeot, per PoT third of the sixteen instalments for boarding and For fifteenth of sixteen InstrUnent In biaikets cloth- ,LAs UaeZ ae&a4: .* ji1
    t tMm 1dret. and lolkM.- '* ? fourth artiel treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred clothing the children who shall attend the schools, providing lug, farming utensils, and stock, pet third article treaty The correspondence mentioned in paragraph
    f' I Fetftfthtif fifteen tartahae&tsfbrpsy ofons block- and fltlr-fire, five thousand dollar the schools and boarding-houses with necessary tenth SeptembOT, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, two two of the first article shall to despatched nude the of establiahiaf
    3'Dait a&a. oo payslolaat who chaD mtak/tin/ lor the For ninth ol twenty lutatmenu for the rapport of an furniture, the purchase of necessary wagon, teams! agricultural thousand fire hundred doUars.ACX the purpose
    4 *: !&1'.l1b. t4IWfleuth.isbtm.n- sIck, one miller, and on farmer, per fourth article of agricultural and industrial achool, kjeplng la repair the Implements tools, and so forth, and for regulations to be es4isbIIbI despatch lug the interchane of maij
    _ _ $(* ame treaty,tare* thousand five hcndred dollars.F building, and prorldlBf r JuUai/ormtwc,book,and fcndBgof sacirla.ndds maybe needed for unrdcfclnzandfsrralAs AH* toils or msstssirn.- lug office, bat always including the following : States and Hong .nonz a4 depM.

    : r fifth of.fifteen IfMUlruentf,1 for the purcliaso oi stationery, per Cfta *fllci* treaty sUrtwaib Jay.righ ;purposes for the schools, as per fonirjth For pcrmnucnt annuity ia good or otherwise, psr First. No packet shall contain anything ports, by means of th*. direct fioTfof ft
    34fl $ *urth.mncUonot iron and steal and other article for blacksmithinc purposes teen hundred and fifty-five, three thousand lollan. clause fourth article treaty of June nine, eight ecu hundred third article treaty third November, eighteen hundred which shall be closed
    inspection nor
    r per same treaty as above one thousand firs bun for ninth of twenty instalment Ice providing suitable and clxty-Uiree thousand dollars and four, on thousand dollar against States mail packets plying between

    : r instructors therefor,per filth article treaty sixteenth I j For salary of two subordinate chiefs, as per fifth article For interest two hundred thousand doQsrs, at five any.written communication whatever,except to Cisco and Hong Kong,*** Iok&
    For fifth fifteen instalments, to b*expended for carpentering July, eighteen hundred and firry-fire, twelve hundred I treaty of June nine, eighteen hundred and sixty- per centum,per second article treaty elevratb October, state from whom and towbm the packet is it is agreed between.the Post Offico TwTjiy8'o
    1M11W44i4tj in and other,pnrpoeea, per. sOJti treaty, on* dollars. three, firs hundred dollars each. eighteen hundred and thlrty-sevea ton thousand dol- sent and the number and price placed 1ment
    thousand dollar For ninth instalment for in upon : the United Stetes and the
    4 1 of Aprd jvy twenty keeping repair For second of fifteen Instalments to keep tho black tan. PoeOj ,
    $M.7-4ILthr.. thoouQ4 For fifth of flfte instalment, to defray the expense blacksmiths', and tin and nnsmlth', carpenters', and smith's shops in repair and stocked with the necessary For Interest on eight hundred thousand dollars, at each pattern or sample of merchandise. of Hong Kong:
    eta board of vitl torn, to co&e>Kt of not mare than wagon and plough maker shop, and providing necessary tools and materials, per fifth article treaty Jane ninth, five per centum,per second article treaty eleventh October Second No packet may exceed two feet in AxrtczB 1. 1.11:

    7 1bzta aimity In piorli- three persons, to attend upon the annuity payments of tools Bctetor, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, five hundred dollars. eighteen hundred and forty-two, forty thousand length'or one foot in any other dimension. The office of New
    i4dtobiOsbMpeth1Td arttde treaty the said Chlppswa Indians,whose pay at U 1x4 exceed eighteen hundred and fifty-five, Ave hundred dollars. For second fifteen Instalments for repairs of houses, dollars. post Yor
    OM five dollar pr day, each and for not snort fhai|twenty For ninth of twenty instalments for the employment : mills, shops, and so forth, and providing the necessary MIBSOVU. Third. Neither office shall Le bound to de- fo shall be the United States'offlS'

    '. daysandtea cenUpcr mil*tor travelling expenses,and of two farmers, two millers, one blacksmith, one tin furniture, tools, and materials, as per article firth treaty SACKS AKD FOXXS OF liter any article the importation of which may and the General Post Office at Ifoa
    toslataieui**! annuity in goods not to exceed three hundred miles, per sixth arUale ner, one gunsmith, one carpenter aad one ..wteon and June ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, two For interest on on* hundred and flfty-eveu thousand be prohibited try the laws or regulations of the office of
    0 > M peUiii4 artel treaty of April treaty October second, eighteen' hundred and sixty plough maker, i>er fifth article,treaty sixteenth July, thousand dollar*. four hundred dollars, at firs per centum, uadsr the direction exchange the colony of
    ;;;;; ;.3Mu IraMndajtdjixty-tlx, six thousand three four hundred dollar ; eighteen-bimdred and fifty-five, seven thousand four For salary of two matrons to take charge of the boarding of the President, per second arUcl treaty. twta- country of destination. for all mails transmitted nndef
    -+ Ur1 *t __ For lni>uran<9* end transportation of annuity goods hundred dollars. schools, two assistant teachers, one farmer, one ty-flrst October, eighteen hundred and tblrty .even, Fourth. 80 long u any customs ditty maybe ment.
    ,.r daM as.sry e **Of delivery nnd r.rovuiou*, and iron and steel for blacksmiths, forth For ninth of twenty instalment for keeping in icpairaw carpenter and two millers, as per fifth article treaty of seven thousand eight bundled and seventy donor chargeable on' any article exchanged in the Axxici.z -
    : d of lied Lake anl Femblna tribe five and floating mills, and furnishing Ihe ninth II. i'4
    per.tzth srt.cie treaty< f fhlppewa ., necessary jane eighteen hundred and sixty-three five sncuroLSs. of
    hteea-hBodrwi ai4 riity-slx.. one thousand dollars. tool and'fixture* therefor, p r fifth artlcl* treaty slxtcesttJi thousand five hundred dollar TOXAIIAP. mails, such duty may be levied for.the use There shall be an exchange
    hundred and fifty
    To replace the ram taken from the Chickasaws for expensos -' Jniy, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hun For five per centum interest on two the customs.It between the United States of *mii .
    thousand dollar,to b paid eighth article -
    ** per
    incident to the of dred dollars. aaft
    necotiaioin a order
    treaty by of small localcarrier's
    wT5wU OP TO sassxnsm.ofttssxwxlsene. For the Grit of of seventh August eighteen hundred and fifty- is further agreed, that except a colocey of HongEong by of
    ttM government, thirteen thousand eight hundred and For ninth twenty instalments for keeping in repair fifteen Instalments this amount, treaty means Usutsd State
    In twenty dollar*and fifty ernta the hospital and providing the ncce'Rar;* rvviiolne$ and being third of series, ia money or otherwise, per fourth eix. twelve thousand five hundred dollars. charge, (so long M it shall exist iu the mail packets,plyingitttweenSaa
    ftjwa October, ei h. furniture therefor, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, article treaty sixteenth March eighteen hundred and For interest on two hundred and- fifty thousand dollars rural districts of North Germany,) no charge Hong Kong, comprising letters
    Is. bti4.e.1ty-two,aM .4 hUarticle treaty CBOOTAWB. eighteen hundred and fifty4Ivelhree hundred dollars. flftv-tbnr,twenty thousand dollars. at fir* per centum, to bo paid as annuity, (they whatever otherwise than ia herein expressly ,M!'P'p sad -
    For second article For third of ten instalments for in having joined their brethren west) per eighth article prices current originating an
    '* r f v i /.ghw.* bundiod ssiasmsl fifty-lour. permanent annuity, per treaty sixteenth For ninth of twenty instalments for pay of a phyHl- keeping repair a p j
    SUM 4 third arucl traty sevntb MST, eighteen hundred November, eighteen hundred and flvn, and thlr clan, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen Kris' and saw mill, and support of blacksmith shop, per I, treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fixry-ix, provided, shall be levied or collected on the let- United States, and addressed to sa4 dsiJ,,
    ,1erthGIIM Mkimdrd and sixty"ffc tecnth article treaty twenty-aeooud June, eighteen hun hundred and fifty-five, twelve hundred dollars. eighth article! treaty March sixteenth, eighteen hundred twelve thousand five hundred dollars. teijs; and other correspondence exchanged. in Hong Kong and thosoChoss
    zd.Uu.tad .**rmw itsV-/i, dred and fifty-five, three Uiansand dullars. ;For ninth of twenty instalments for keeping in repair and fifty-four, and third article treaty March sixth, For interest on fifty thousand dollars, at the rat of ARTICLE IX. *
    ott.t tnrslmfirts of th* *pcoDd scrias forwatcvivpar. For permanent annuity for support of eight horsemen, tbe' buildings required for the various employees and I! eighteen hundred and sixty-five, three hundred dollars. five per centum per annum, "to bo paid annually for the which the Hong .Kong post offifllj>u
    dtvo tourtli article trtsty six hundred dollars. furnishing necessary furniture therefor, nor fifth article 1, For third of ten instalments for pay of one miller, per support of schools," as mr third artlcl treaty of March Any correspondence may be registered, as relations, including the ports of Caaton
    fSo.it Oet.berEtsmt huiided u4 krtv.two sri For permanent annuity for education per second article treaty sixteenth Jqfy eighteen hundred and fifty-five, I some treaties, nine hundred dollars. twenty-first, eighteen hundred and sixty.*!*,-twenty- well international corresponded. as that originating Swatow, and Foochow and vice ,
    t4ht.h arOei* tnutr tlurUeta Septsnibcr., eighteen'hntdrad treaty twentieth January, eighteen hundred and thre* hundred dollar For third often Instalments for pay of ono miller, per five hundred dollar In or destined for otter countries to versrospondencei f"
    aad flfty-fbor cn4 Third artid* treaty seventh twenty-five, and thirteenth article treaty twenty-aocond For ninth of twenty instalment for the pay of each sums treaties, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For Interest on twenty thousand dollar, at the(at* ol originating aad postedP
    (WqaJfegr. sgw turndre mad stxtj-Soof. four hundredV June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five sin thousand dollars. 1 of the head chiefs of the Flathead, Koolenay. and (Upper For third of ten Instalments for pay blacksmith, per live per centum per annum, "to b* paid annually" for which these two administrations may respectively Kong and the Chinese po
    Pend d Ortille* tribes, per fifth article treaty six- same treaties, seven hundred and twenty dollars.ORAQBS. the support of the Seminole government, a* par third serve as intermediaries for the transmission and addressed to and deli

    euD 'R.uum oS$o tni1irfrthe soend sene in For permanent annuity for sinpurt of blacksmith, per teeth July eighteen hundred and fifty-fire, fifteen article treaty of March twenty-first, eighteen hundred of such, registered articles. Earh depart' States .
    -#--' r 1i41, pu IbItb pstJcI taesxy fcmrth Octobe. sixth article treaty eighteenth October eIghteen hundred hundred dollar and sixty-six, one thousand dollars -
    Wir.ld iad 4Ol74VOb d eiihth stj. eighen end twenty, ninth artid.treaty January twetity, For insurance and of and For interest on three hundred thousand dollars, at five i To supply a deficiency in appropriation for subsisting meat shall notify the ether of tba countries to AKTICIJI IIL
    flibta'k transport ion. annuity goods
    teshy -
    eighteen hundred and and tblru-enth per centum per annum, to be paid semi-annuHlly, in I Seminole Indians, thirty-one thousand and dgbty-thre which it thus serve as intermediary.
    teptember,eIgbtesQ hundred and fifty-four, mnj twenty-flvr. article provisions per fifth article treaty of July iit *>n, eighteen may hePotobe1eYiedandccIiectth.
    tUci. sevsmth twenty-second June el U-ccrt Lumlred money or suck articles as the Secretary of the Interior dollar ad stventy-nln cents: which amount shall b* shall its best exertions
    ,.jMrd treaty Mar, eighteen hundred acl treaty and hundred and sixty-fire, four thousand dollars. Each department use office oi mailing in the
    xtj fou;thre.thousand fiv hundred dollar fifty-five, six hundred dollars- may direct as per first article treaty of $-ptern bet- dedcted from any money or funds belonging to add for United States BM I.
    Furoid of ten Inita&m.ti of the socond seiio ( Kor permanent annuity for iron and steel, fr ninth IOWAS. twenty-nine, eighteen hundred and dixty-five, fifteen i tribe of Indians.To for the safe delivery, or, when miscarried, ters/newspapers, and prices currenVdast&J

    Ike eupport OfIChOO1I, per foortb ,nk. 1ow r article treaty twentieth January, eighteen hundred end For interest in Hen jnvastment on fifty-seven thou- thousand dollar supply a deficiency in appropriation to pay expenses the recovery of any registered correspondence, forlIoiigKon a theabwedds
    Octobw, eighteen hundred and forty-two tresty, arc twenty-five, and thirteenth article treaty Hwpnty-wo; i und fire hundred'dollars, bulanroof one hundred and For interest on sixty-nine thousand ono hundred nil]I of commission to Investigate th* leases of loyal but is not responsible pecuniarily for the low of with which nated cb.ine.1
    Tick timty tbrrtiett ecptftnytouc r, eigbtecn hundred eigith an.1 June, eijrhtwn tum-lred nnd !:tfl !,thr,,i! huifdicd and fifty-seven thousand five hundred dollars, to the first of j twenty dollars, at five per centum per annum, ttinrf r i ttemiaole Indians,two thousand three hundred and stxI1 such correspondence. ports, Hong Kong las postal
    ,and third article of treaty rvanib Mar twotty oullors. July,. eighteen hundred sodality-tight, at five pet value ot fifty-four sections of land net apart by raid teen dollars and nineteen cents. any- nectioRS, shall be ten cents ear afn4. ...ia
    Awk nreda rf sixty-foil*, Six bWKlrtdaBd For interest on five hundred thousand dollars, at five centum per annum, for. education or other btLe1UII1 treaty for educational purposes, three thousand four ARTICLE X. half az. ounce or under onlettenaai
    lo>*m.ftd sletv-teven cent per centum per annum, for education, rapport of the""purposes, 'under the direction of the President, per hundred and fifty-six dollars. Registered correspondence shall, in addition each on and iro
    For second often tnsUlnents of second series government, and other beneficial purposts, under the ninth article of treaty of Hay Mventeenth, eighteen j For transportation of goods, provision, and so forth,:1 CONVENTIONAGREED newspapers prices eurrm ; sa
    for the : foe
    Jxohsie 01 provis&oi aM tOooo) per fou article direction ol the general council of the Choctaws, in con hundred and fifty-four, two thousand eight hundred and purchased for the Great and Little Osage Indians, or FO to the postage, be subject to a registration the portage to be levied and colectedvat!

    ireatr foarth October- tigbteon hundred' and foil\- formity with the provisions contained t la tiw tenth and seventy-five dollar much thereof as may be necessary, three thousand f.voi I CUolween not exceeding ten cents in the united States, Kong and dependent Chinese ports, cpondenco

    *w.*, 5D4 efbth arttd f treatj thirtieth September,eiph- thirteenth article ot the treaty of twenty-second Jane, : iX1A$. '- i hundred dollars. and not exceeding two eiTher groscheu in the originating in those
    ports aad
    teen hundred and I fifty-toar. and wticle eighteen hundred and fifty-five twenty-av thousand : OTTAWAS AiD CHI7TBWAS or MICKI'jAX.
    third ,
    sersUh May .eighteen hundred and of trcity dollar Foflnferest 13 Hen'of Investment on two hundred i the Pout Departments of the United North German Union, and this fee shall lo always ,d to the United States, shall b e
    of four annual
    sixty-four, six hn&laadaodBixtyJx For first equal instalments of the suit I
    dollar and To replace the sum taken from funds thousand dollars, at five per centum per annum, ten of the North German prepaid. ingle rate of half an ounce
    lxty even oent.. belonging to thousand dollars |: of two hundred mdsix thousand dollars, bong th? -ri- Ktates of America and or n"fct sn,
    For ecood of ten instalment of the Choctaws for expenses incident to the negotiation of a per second article treaty of January I i ol the of three ARTICLE- -VI. and twi cents each
    second seriet 'or fourteenth, eighteen hundred and paid part principal sum hundred and sli Union for the amelioration of the Postal ? on newspaper or pri .
    the support oft wo smiths shops, including the par of treaty, by order of the United States government, .evcn fortysix.KICKAF308. thousand dollars, to be distributed per capita, in th< the two countries. Accounts betwean the two offices shall be regulated rent. 2S o postal accounts shall be ke %w>
    two.miihi andaM.Untsand thousand three hundred and thus dollars and five Service between t betvaa
    furnishing iron and st'ei, usual manner of paying annuities, per third article ol I From the total
    "er IOWth arUcl treaty foorsh O. tober.eighteen biiE- cents. For fifteen instalments Intcrett, at five per centum, the treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred and I on the following barfs. the respective postal departments upon thg correspondence -

    are.i aind fo1y4wo, a.d eighth articl treaty thirtuU; COXFKDKUilkD TiUBS* AXD BAND OF one handred thousand dollars,fur cduoatlonal and other fifty-five, fifty-one thousand five hundred dollars.Tor AETTJLE I. amount of postages and register fees collected exchanged between them aT
    IXDIAStS >:ID-
    ptcb ghteen honored and ftfty-four and third nil oaGo)_ benehclal purposes, as per second article treaty May Interest on ono hundred and fifty-four thousant by each office on letters, added to the total arrangement, but each department sbfl
    artkl. Vety of esth ?ly, ei tten hundred n4t.ixtvfonr eighteen, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, five thji.nd five hundred dollars, at five per centum, being the hal!- There shall be an exchange of correspondence of and register-foes on the
    sU'hundred and.lxty- U dollars end iiziyii.rs.1ie1anratt1iecit For fourth of five instalmeuts, secend series,for beneficial Collars. ance of two hundred and six thousand dollars for th< between the United Stales of America and the prepaid postages correspondence which it receive fouothe
    objects, at the discretion of the President, per For fifteenth instalment on two hundred thousand fiscal year ending June thirty, eighteen hundred nrc S of their other correspondence 'a hkh it despatches, the ?free of all postage charge, tH is t _
    ofthe eoond sericferpe.y second article treaty twenty-fifth June* eighteen hundr dollars, to be paid in eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, sixty-nine, seven thousand seven bundled cud twenty. North German Union, by means respectivo despatching office shall deduct the amount required the Hong Kong post department toton

    i4TS Mmm1, per Iorth artIcZ treaty fonxth OcbOdnd <>d and fifty-five, six thoiuand dollars. per second article treaty eighteenth Hay, eighteen hun five dollars. ; post departments; and this correspond- at the agreed rate, for the coat of the intermediate er without charge sU letters agrees "
    and lorty-two, *d of fifteen dred and fifty-four thousand dollars. newspapst
    I clgui articta For ninth instalments forpuy and *uthlsteuceof seven OTTOSS AD XIS8OVRUS. uiicc shall embrace
    treaty thirtieth Beptember, eighteen huudred and fifty- one tanner, ono blacksmith, ail one I transit, thereof between the two prices current, brought by the United
    four, and third article treaty May seventh, eirttW-n and plough maker, per fourth article treaty twenty-fifth KLAXATU A5O MODOO tt)* IA S. For fist of fifteen lustalmentfs being the tbir-1 scries I. 1st. Letters ordinary and registered. frontiers, and the amount of the two net sums mail packets, addressed to Hong Xo
    kaodred Mid sixty-four three hundred For third of five instalments, to be applied under di* in or otherwise, fourth article flftecotl of all ,
    aad thirtr-tirea June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, two thousand money per treaty n 2d. Newspapers, book-packet, prints between the two offices.
    shall be divided also forward
    rection of the March hundred and equally to without charge all such'newspapers
    dolists thirty-the. cents. lour hundred dollar. j President, a* per second article treaty o eighteen fifty-four, nine thounam d r plans engravings,
    FflvtoorteenUiof twenty Instalments of annuity in For ninth of twenty instalments for pay and subnis-1 October fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four dollars. ; kinds, (comprising maps, and all ABTICLB XJL &c., as are addressed to tie tlbi.s>

    oneT. p thIrd article treaty twenrynd Fbrun-, t ncc of one physician, one sawyer, one miller, one superintendent eight thousand doUars. OTTAWA i drawings, photographs, lithographs, The two post departments shall establish by ports above named, south of ShanghseYsjJ
    and .fty-ve, twenty thousand dol- of farmuif operations, and one schoolteacher For second of twenty Instalments for kei'piin repair I other liko productions of mechanical processes, with the
    and in United
    To taken conformity the States
    ( one saw-mill, one fiouriog-mill, buildings fir 'be replace a sum from annuities of Ottawa of agreement, arrangements | postal department, en. fetid*
    per fourth article treaty twenty-fifth Jane, blacksmith and soiorth, twelve hundred and dollar uml thin sheets of music, &c.,) and patterns or samples time the conditions
    fifty force the
    F.r_ wcntj-.econ& of twenty-aix instaIment. to be eighteen hundred and fifty-five four thousand six hun carpenter, and ivagan and plough maker, in at upon agrees to deliver without eham all sUsrs
    bippeTas of MiaArippi. per third article dred dollars. the manual labor school, and hospital, as per fourth cents. merchandise, including grains and seeds. which the two offices may respectively exchange newspapers, 4c., originating in ILeig Konj ,
    .s 1aj'o1 Augnrtsocond, sughteea fanndred and forty For ninth of twenty instalments lor wdary of the article treaty of October fourteenth, eighteen hundred Pawlias. And such correspondence may be exchanged, in mails the correspondence originating in the mentioned and fcrwared ,er
    wrvai,oM thousand 4ol&rFor' sixty-four, one thousand dollars. : open ports bysaii packets
    head chiet of said confederated bauds, fourth article in either of said countries
    th1seconnI tb* xpendedui th*erection of twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred per and For third of twenty inttalments for the purchase of For annuity perpetual,,at least one-half of\vliion to l,e whether originating or destined to other foreign countries to whici addressed to and deliverable ia tb* .Uaited.
    treaty fifty-
    jchooMwOdings npon the reservation, la ace rdance five, five hundred dollars. tools and material for saw and flour mills, carpenter, in goods and such article as may be deemed nucc&ar T and destined fo the other, or originating in or they may reciprocally serve as intermediaries.It States All letters, newspapers, fasdespatched
    '*lni IlM artkle oftreay vf Mar* nineteenth blacksmith, wagoa and pt elghlen For this mount to be expended in the purchase : is always understood however, that such either office to the other under
    books and tember, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven thousand by this
    hundred and sixty-aeven, fire thousand ? stationery for the anual labor school, as thirty I intermediaries. arrangvment
    dollars seeds and
    teams,agricultural implements, other article I respectively serve as
    For firs of tea instalment* for the support of a school in accordance with fifth article of treaty of November per fourth article treaty of Octoo 'onrU-emb, eighteen dollars. may IL correspondence shall only be charged with the shall be plainly stamped with the -words
    a jcia*spot said reservation, in amordance with fifteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, three hundred and sixty-four, one thousand fire nurUr '! dollars. For support of two manual labor schools during th ie > ABTICLB rate applicable to direct international cone- "paid all,,* in red ink, on the right hand,
    of the
    4 *hit4., *of treaty of March nineteenth, eighte.-n thousand five hundred dollars. pleasure President, per third article treaty Sctember \i The offices for the exchange of mails shall the doe to
    bandrsd and sixtyseren.. four thousand dollars. For third of fifteen instalment for pay and sulmie- twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and flfty-vver! spondence, augmented by postage corner of the face of tho a/MrM"t InLP.bItIIEI

    .*For this; amount for tie erection of a saw and grist ccc i is. I I tone*of ono superintendent of farming one farmer, one ten thousand dollars. foreign countries, and by any other tax for exterior bear the stamp of the niailingexchange*) \

    sii,ta.oaios with provisions of third article treaty For permanent annuity in money, per fourth article j I blacksmith, one sawyer, one carpenter, and one wagon For purchase of iron and steel and other Cfcessaru 5 (a) on the patt of the United States : service. their face and that of the reteivinj exchsags
    jstttarch BliveteaBta,eignteen hundred and alxty-w en, tieaty tm'enly-aeventh August, seventeen hundml and and plough maker, as per fifth article treaty of October for the shops, during the pleasure of the Fiesident, pt;r Int. New York. But the North German office reserves the office on their back.
    stm sliusiB il 4ollars.Zorthl ninety, and fifth article treaty seventh August,eighteen fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, six thousand same treaty,five hundred dollars. '
    amonatta bs .xpmded assisting lithe hundrnd and fifty-dx, one thousand five bundled dollars. dollars. j For pay of two blacksmiths, one of whom to be a gui i- 2d. Boston right to fix a time, if necessary, when this rule AKTICIB: IY_

    wi1s houses for inch of the Indians aslhall re.Ios For third of twenty instalments to pay salary and smith and tinsmith, per samo treaty, twelve hundre id 3d. Portland. shall only apply to correspondence despatched The postal department of the United Stats

    isttaaU jeaervuto**. In aoeordance with third ortmatj For permanent annuity in money, per second article subsistence of one physician, one miller,and two schoolteachers dollars, ', 1th. Detroit from the United States for such other countries, and of Kong shall each retem t&
    Je f ICareh BuasteeBth. eighteen hundred and treaty sixteenth Jane, eighteen hundred and two, and as per fifth article treaty of October fourteenth, For compensation of two strikers or apprentices i n hung ; tj, -
    Y1'w.tho i&M dollars.c fifth article treaty seventh Auguot, cishtecn hundred eighteen hundred and sixty-four, three thousand six blacksmith's shop, per same treaty, four hundred an.d i 5th. Chicago. unless the latter shall hare accepted the same other, monthly, or as freeqaently as their regulations

    .) __ amount to be expended with the advice of and fifty-six, three thousand doliuis. hundred dollars. eighty dollars. ((6)) on the part of the North German rule in behalf of the correspondence despatched will allow, all letters, newspapers.. ,

    IU chief ta the pnruhaae of cattle, hones, and fanning For permanent annuity moi.ey, per fourth article UAKAII TKIBE. For the pmchase of farming uteusila and stock, du:I' : Union : through them by the North German office. without claim, which cannot for ceas. be
    tK-otiUand la making such improvements treaty twenty-fourth January, eighteen hundred and ing pleasure of the President, per same trcati any
    as are necessary For third of four instalments 1st. Aachen (Aix l la Chapelle.) Amcr.E XIII. delivered.
    furope&iag farms npoa said rrservaUon, in twenty-six, and fifth article treaty aevaath August, of thirty tLounan dollars twelve hundred dollars. ,
    third article treaty of March nineteenth acoordaActwUh -, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, twenty thousand dol (being the fourth series) under direction of the I For pay farmer, per same treaty, six hundred do 1I j I 2d. Bremen. Each office grants to the other the privilege of ATIcLa VAnexchangoofmailsahali
    IgutMB JMBdrsdan* sixty-seven five i President, a* per fifth article of treaty of Jaruary thir- liar!. closed mails in either
    thousand dol- 3d. Hamburg. transit of the exchanged, also take
    lars.tor I pises
    krs.t. permanent annuity JOT oiacKsmitn anu assistant I ty-fint, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, one thousand For the last of ten instalments for pay of mlllej, at the -
    For fiat of tea InsUl menu to be expended in ind for shop and tool, per eighth article treaty twenty- five hundred dollars. I discretion of the President, per same treaty, six hundred !| The two post departments may at any time direction, between the latter and any country between the United .States postal agency atYokhama

    ting the PI usi, ess of the people in agriculture and promo asBsaac fourth January, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, and For ninth of twenty instalments for the support of an dollars. discontinue either of said offices of exchange or to which the other may serve as intermediary, Japan, and ,the Hong .Kong>post
    : IAOSB to beeo-n self-sustaining, ia accordance fifth article treaty sevtnth August, eighteen hundred agricultural and industrial ->cbnril. and pay of teachers, Fot last of ten instalments for pay of an engineer, at establish others by mutual consent. by its usual means of mail transportation, whether office, by means of United State mail fctkatt
    j wttfe third stttid* treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen and fifty-six eight hundred and forty dollars. per eleventh article treaty thirty -!ir.it January, eighteen the discretion of the President, per same tiruty, twelve j of transit
    ha 4r daaa zt7'.svtrnz thousand dollars. For permanent annuity for iron and steel for shop, hundred and fifty-five, one thoustf. '. Ir.indrcd dollar hundred dollars. j on sea or land, and the terms comprising corresponoenca owsatIngM'Ztsa .
    7OtfliOfIeLSitafl15DtifOfthesupportofaphyJ.as per eighth article treaty twenty-fonrtb January,eighteen *- For compensation to apprentices to as-ist in working AETICLE III shall bo agreed upon when the exercise of the and addressed to Hong Kong and the. CLawse"

    ,In acoordsace with third article treaty of March hundred and twenty-six, and fifth article treaty seventh For ninth of twenty instalments fur at.t-ort of a the mill, per came treaty, five hundred do lniK privilege is lequired. ports sbove designated, and vice versa, cams-
    Deeath eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, ono August, eighteen hundred and fiftytix, two hundred smith and carpenter's fchop, arid to provide the neces- For keeping in repair the grist and taw-milla, p r Each office shall make its own arrangements -VTTABTICXE \-. in and ''de.
    1M dflars. and seventy dollars. sari tools therefor, per eleventh article treaty thirty- same treaty, three hundred dollars. i pondence originating Hong Kong
    : far first of tea Instalments for the purchase of nooeslmrjr.xMffid&ev For permanent annul ty for per.aantnt annuity for the first January, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hun j for tho despatch of its mails to the other office The postal accounts between the two offices pendent Chinese ports and addressed to Japan,

    ; in accordance with third article of pay of a 's-hevlwrigbt,, per eighth article treaty twenty- dred dollars. FosCas. by regular lines of communication ; and shall shall be stated quarterly, and transmitted and subject to the same terms and conditions as
    >vtasaty at Marea nineteenth,eighteen hundred and sixtywmrn fourth January, eighteen hundred and tantyrix, and For ninth of twenty instalments for the employment For the fifth of ten instalments of the becond series, at its own cost pay the expense of such inter verified practicable and the balance those established Article III of this
    speedily as ; by convea-
    ,tar**hundred dollars.I fifth article treaty seventh August, cighteea hundred of a blacksmith, carpenter, farmer, and physician who "to be paid to them or expended for their benefit," per as
    *-ForthU ,asnountto pay for provUlonfi, clothing, or and fifty-six, six hundred d&llars. Khali furnish medicines for the sick, per eleventh article second article treaty twelfth March, eighteen hundred mediate transportation. found due shall be paid to the creditor office tion, with respect to the correspondence exchanged

    _bsch other artidfts as the President may determine, in For bUckjonitb and assistant and for-lwA srci tools, treaty thirty-first lanuary, eighteen hundred and fifty- and firty-eight, ten thousand dollars. Tim two offices, however, mutually agree either by exchange on London or at the between the United States and Hong

    *.aee rteiej with arlictooftb treaty of March nineteenth, during the pleasure of the I'refMent, per filth article five, three thousand six hundred dollars.MCXOMOIBE8. For lust of ten instalment for the establishment and that, in making contracts for the despatch of debtor office, as the creditor office may desire. Kong and dependent Chinese ports. "TASTICLB
    eighteen iuudred and alxty-sercn, ten thousand dol treaty fourteenth February, eighteen hundred and maintenance of one or more manual labor schools, nndcr Diails from American ports, or from European of -*
    of the
    lars. thirty-three, and fifth article titaty seventh August, the direction of the President per econ.l artic.atreaty The rate for the money VI. ,
    third of
    "'I?**tids amonat, or so much thereof may be nocetJBfy eighteen hundred and fifty-fix, eight hundred and forty hundred and fcrty-two insUlm thousand ints bir of annuity hundred u n' two tweinh March, eighteen hundred and fifty-olght, ports, those steamers and lines should always the two countries shall be fixed by common All letters, newspapers, and prices curred.intended

    ..* t*P7 th* expense of locating the rexervation set dollars. ty-six dollars, for cession of land, fourth na article t-igh- i'I two thousand dollar bo employed, so far as consistent with the rates agreement between the two ouiccs.AKTICLE to be forwarded from Hong Kong to the
    lbs eooad artid iiith For iron and steel for shop, during the pleasure of theper per For last often instalment*, or during the pleasure of mails shall
    apart bj as per article of the treaty May twelfth, eighteen hundred and ; of postage, by which the despatched XV. United
    line States
    fifty-four States the direct of
    the President to be by
    treaty as March aloeteenth, eighteen hundred and eixty TV-!<-ii-tit, litth article treaty fourteenth February, and Senate ; expended furnishing said In-
    amendment when
    thereto, sixteen thuiand one dians with such aid and assistance earliest arrive at their destination ; and When in of either a closed between Sea Franoicoi
    oerea. 1,0 thousand dollars. eighteen hundred and thirty-three, and firth article hundred and i j in agricultural and any port country mail packets running
    rr tat aaouat to pay the expenses of rotlnrins aSrsaty utsaty seventh A ugust, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, thirteenth seventy-nine of fifteen instalment dollars and* for six cent of miller, J mechanical pursuits, including the working the mitt the speed is substantially the same, that the mail is transferred from one vessel to another i and Hong Kong must be specially addressed t.
    aeeordaace with sixth article of reaty or March two hundred and seventy dollars. third article pay provided for in the first part of this article, as the SecrsUry must favorable pecuniary conditions should be
    of the
    twelfth office
    per treaty May hundred without to the country the
    eighteen forwarded
    be route.
    BtfUsntk. eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, ten For wagon-maker, during the pleasure of the l're.j.dent. and \ ot the Interior may consider advantageous and of international any expense by
    filty-fonr, six hundred dollars. It also agreed that the cost
    1 **** dollar*. per fifth article treaty February fourteenth, elsL- necessary for them, per second article treaty twelPh preferred. u where the transfer is made, such transfer shall ArrIcLi VII.
    tar w irano*, traaiportatkm, and necessary cort of teen hundred and thirty-uiiue, and fifth article treaty MIAXICS OF XAJT51S. March, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, seven thou ocean and territorial transit of the not be subject to any postal charge by one office mutual
    4.Uvery of annuities and provisions for ChlppewasofKkrtsslrpi August seventh, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, six For permanent provision for blacksmith an l Assistant sand five hundred dollars. closed mails between the respective frontiers the other. The two fMtal departments may by *
    ,ia accordance with sixth article of treaty of hundred dollars. and iron and stttl for shop, per fifth article U nty For this amount to pay the Toncn tribe Indians fcrI shall bo first defrayed by that one of the two against consent make such detailed regulations as shall
    MsBdt'.uiat enUL eightea hundred and sixty-seven, For assistance in agricultural operations during the sixth October, eIghteen indred and eighteen, an I I I spoliation committed upon them, fifteen tbounaDd and from the ABTICXZ XVI. be found necessary to carry oat Uw objects of
    have obtained
    fir ttsjwaM dQIksILLLa1u.LGZl pleasure of the President, per eighth article treaty January fourth article treaty June fifth, eighteen hundred and I eighty dollars, in conformity with second article treaty departments which shall Official communications addressed from one this such, to b -terminable
    twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and twenty-Mx- fifty-four, nine hundred and forty dollar I| of March twelve, eighteen hundred and sixty-five. intermediaries the most favorable pecuniary office to the other shall not bo the occasion of arrangement, regulations
    AKDm LAU WIEILGOff.t and fifth article treaty August seventh, eighteen hun For permanent provision for miller, in lieu of gun For this amount defray the expenses of negotHtiog terms for such conveyance ; and any amount so at any time on a reasonable notice by
    lIE AXDerojsrteeith'of dred and fifty-six, two thousand dollars. smith, per fifth article treaty sixth October, eighteen a treaty with said Indian, in conformity with fourth ar- shall any accounts between the two offices. either
    of the other
    7Ir11r education the ; tide supplementary treaty March ten, eighteen hundred advanced by ono for account office.ABTICLB
    For during pleasure of the President, hundred and eighteen, fifty article treaty twenty-third AJLTICL XVII. VIII-
    thirty instalments of annuity per fifth article treaty February fourteenth, eighteen j I October, eighteen hundred and thirty-tour and fourth | and hixty-fl, four thousand and ten dollars. bo promptly re-imbursed.

    L rsLtaoocy per third article treaty twenty- hundred and thirty-three, and fifth article treaty August article treaty fifth Jane, eighteen hundred and fifty- Letters wrongly sent, or wrongly addressed This con ention shall come into operation the

    soeofid Tebroarv, eighteen hundred and fif.yfcTBvsv seventh,eighteen hundred and fifty-nix, one thou, four,six hundred dollar rOTTATTAIOJIIIg. AUrICLE IV. or not deliverable for whatever cause, shall be first day of November, 1863 and shall bs
    sand dollars. For interest en fifty thousand dollars, at five per cen For permanent annuity in silver, per fourth article The standard weight for the single rate of returned the office at its cither
    to originating
    *tea thoasand six hundred andsixty-si For five per centum interest on two hundred thou turn, for educational purpose*, per third aiticle treaty August, seventeen hundred and expense, terminable at any time on a. noticeby
    treaty ninety-five,
    dollars and sixty-six centt. sand dollar for purpose of education, per sixth article fifth June, elgntecn hundred and fifty-four, two thou thousand dollars. one international postage, and rule of progression, if an j expense is incurred. Registered corre- office of six months.In .

    For fourteenth, of thirty instalments of annn'iiflfgoods treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, sand Jive hundred dollars. For permanent annuity in silver, per third article shall bo- spoanence of all kind, not deliverable for any witness whereof, I have hereto setjBy

    f + ir third article treaty twenty- ten For thousand interest dot on ars.seven hundred and seventy-five thou thousand For ninth dollars of twenty, per insialments third article upon treaty two fifth hundred June, treaty five hundred thirtieth dollars.September, eighteen hundred and nine, 1st. For letters, 15 gramme cause, shall also be returned in like manner. hand and the seal of the Post Office Departaaot

    :.oc' 'V February, eighteen )hundred and fiftyLflveghV.thQsIa&nd mug one hundred and sixty-eight dollars, at Oie rite of eighteen hundred and fifty-four, seven thousand fire For permanent anuuity In silver, per third nrtc! 2d. For all other correspondence mentioned All other correspondence which cannot bo delivered this twelfth day November, 1867.L. -

    dollars.Por1ogrt.en&ofthirt7 five per centum per annum, to be expended under the hundred dollars. treaty second October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, iu paragraph two of the first article, that which shall remain at the disposition of the receiving [ s.] ALKX. W RASDALL,
    direction of the Secretary of the Interior, thirty-tight thousand five hundred dollars. office shall adopt for the mails
    : instalments for purvi thousand seven hundred and fifty-eight dollars and MIAXIES or 1XD1AXA. two too despatching office. Any postages upon correspond Post master GecersL

    s ntHity, per third article treaty twenty cents, under provisions of third t rticle treaty June fourteenth forty- For interest oil two hundred and twenty-one thousand treaty For permanent twentieth annuity September In money, eighteen, per second hundred Article anttwentyeight which it despatches to the other, adapted to the ence returned which shall have been charged In witness whereof I have hereunto set'tay

    Mcond February, eighteen hundred and fifty- eighteen hundred and sixty-six. two hundred and fifty-seven dollar and eighty six two thoussnd dollars. convenience and habits of its interior adminis against the office of destination, shall be discharged hand and the seal of the colony of Hong Koof,

    five, four thooesid doUais.Fot For transportation for the Creek nation of such, under articles treaty as of may June be fourteenth parchsiod -- cents amendment, uninvested to fourth, al article five per treaty oenluni fifty ,June per, eighteen Senate' For permanent annuity, in specie, per second article tration. But each office shall give notice to the from the account at Victoria herein, this tenth day of Asgflst,
    July eighteen hundred and
    twenty-ninth '
    of hundred and eleven thousand treaty twenty- other of the standard weight it adopts, and of ARTICLE XVIILIn
    foortMOth twenty instalments for pin eighteen hundred and sixty-six, two thousand fifty-four, and ity-two nine, sixteen thousand dollars. 1867. 'JRicHAcn

    .roses of edncation, per third article treaty twtutv dollars.To dollars and eighty-Din cents.XUXIUCSL. For life annuity to chief, per third article treaty twentieth any subsequent change thereof. view of the possible desire of other German GRAVES ILxc DOSSXLL,

    sooBd February, eighteen hundred ani fifty- Creek defray Indians UM,expenses now on the of removing Bed river certain to their refugee old BIVK.B. I hundred October dollar, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two Tho rule of progression shall always be an states to avail.themselves of the advantages Governor and CommanJer-in-ebiad

    fl\e, one thoasand dollars. homes in the Creek country, and to sui ply them with For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, per For life annity to chief, per third article treaty twen additional single rate for each additional stand- of postal association with the States now I hereby approve the aforegoing convention,
    l tointeenth the necessaries of life until such a time shall be fourth article treaty third August, seventeen hundred ird weight or fraction thereof. The weight thereof I have caned the seal
    of a. they and
    >jr firteen instalments for suppert and ninety-five, five hundred dollar ty-sixth September, eighteen hundred and thlrty-thr <.-. embraced in the North German Union, it Is further m testimony
    : of smiths and siithz' shops, per thirdacikletreat able dollsrf.to raise crops for their own support, four thousand For permanent annuulty in good or otherwise, per even hundred dollar: Provided, Satisfactory evidence stated by the despatching office shall always be agreed that the provisions of this conv.ntion of the United States to be affixed.L. .
    hall be shown to the Secretary of the Interio- that tn- in of manifest mistake.It .
    f twentyHMeond February, a"ghtot.n For expenses of taking a census, and investigating article treaty twentv-firrt August, eighteen hundred chief or chiefs provided for by said article are stili accepted except case shall be extended to and shall comprise [ s.} AsDaxw Jouso
    hundred and fifty-fire, twelve hundred and for- the claim of loyal Creeks, refugees, and freedmen, a* and five, two hundred and filly dollars. living. ia, however, understood that so long as the them whenever such other States shall declare By the President : am
    i For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, ,
    article lour, treaty of June fourteen, eighteen hun per (German office the iotA its standard
    ty dollar*. per and I third and parate article to treaty thirtieth September,, For permanent provision for the payment of money employs as their desire to join for this purpose, and notice WIIXIAJC: H. SKWAUD, r
    dred lxty.six, two thousand dollar: Provided,
    in lieu of tobacco iron, and steel, second artlcl* of letters which it despatch
    For ninth of instalments | eighteen hundred and nine, three hundred and per tor the single weight
    for of fifty of StasaJ X
    the United Secretary
    pay an engineer That no money hereby appropriated to the Creek tribe treaty twentieth September, eighteen hundred snd thereof shall have Icon given to
    to grist and saw mill at Leech Lake, ji of Indians Until be paid to them until such Creeks as dollars. twenty-eight, and tenth article of the treaty of fifth and ea, it shall also accepted by the United States Post Department. WASH ISOTOJT, November 1867. --

    third article treaty twenty-second February, may have bren properly cnrolk-d by the Creek agent. | MODEL I! 1)1AMK. seventeenth June,eighteen hundred and forty- x, three States office as the equivalent of 15 grammes, AXTICXB XIX.
    eighteen hundred and fifty-five six hundred previous to the fourteenth day of March, anne Domini 1. 1 For ninth of Urn instalments for keeping in repair hundred dollars. in respect to the mails which it receives from the -
    eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, and who were r- I and mill for three -
    "' saw flouring and for the pay ornectsury eraployer For permanent provision blacksmiths en'' mutual consent
    G office. The two offices shall by es- -
    doUars. fused any share in the moneys then distributed per cap benefit and I crman ,
    ? ; *. the of which to be shared alike by all I assistants, and for iron steels for shops, per thirl
    ita under orders from Lout V. Bogy, Commissioner [(f.I I the confederated bands, per second article treaty twenty- article -treaty sixteenth October, eighteen hundred andtwentysix ABTICIE V. tablish detailed regulations for carrying these
    cHtn ETTAS or THE xissxscxm, raiactji, AXP Indian Cain, for the reason that said persons were cl'r first December, eighteen hundred and srx-ond article twentieth THE -
    ; fifty-five, one I treaty September. The rate of tho. direct articles into execution ; ana they may moony -
    African descent shall first be tbcrcfrom single postage on cor-
    WTJOrEBAGOSHISH BAJTDS OP CHIFFEWAXXDUXS paid a per capita thousand five hundred doilm. siebiseit hundred twentv-eiirht. and second rt1.'j.>
    dividend canal to that to which they were entitled It between the two fad- such regulations, in like manner, from to
    IKJfZKVfMTJL.i For ninth often instalments for the pay of a carpenter treaty twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and twenty- espondcnco exchanged t
    said paymcnt'of March 'fourteenth, eighteen heudred'and j and Joiner to aid In erecting buildings and making nine, two thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. ministrations shall be as follows : time, as the exigsncied of the service may re-

    I For fifps of ten instalments furnish said sixty-cr, and equal to that paid to other Creek j fumttuze for said Indians, and to furnish tools in said For permanent provision for fifty barrels of salt, per 1st. On letters from the United States via direct quire. FLORIDAIINIQN
    Icdians with tea yoke ol good.work oxen, t wen- citizens at that time. i iCBOW8. ervi'ie, per second article treaty twenty-first December, second article of treaty twenty-ninth Jury, eighteen AKTICLE .XX. : ,
    elghtecu hundred and fifty-five, one thoiuand dollsr hundred and twenty-nine,four frundred and thirty-seven lino of steamers to Hamburg and Bremen,
    ty lug-Chun, two hundred grubbing hoes, ten For pay of teachers to manual labor school, for all dolls and fifty cents. ([conditioned that tho sou rate in such case shall From the time this convention iall take effect

    troughs, ten grindstones009 hundred axes, For second of twenty insialments for pay necessary matt-rials therefor, and for the subidsteuca of For interest on six hundred and Torty-lhrea thousan 1 exceed five cents for single letter rate and all former conventions between the two offices
    (ksund14)) twenty spades, and other fanning 5m- of nineteen half breeds, in goods ot money, at the popiu,per second article treaty twenty-first Decem dollar, at five per centum per seventh article of the not ,
    I I ftruvxrtid9-fmtw Hay seventh the discretion of tho President, fifty dollars beT, eighteen 'hundred and fifty-five, twelve hundred treaty ot the fifth and seventeenth June, eitrhtten hun ton cents per kilogram for other correspondence and between the United States office on the Published

    _ per with dollar. dred and forty-six, thirty-two thousand one huudred ,) ten cents. one part, and, on the other part,of Bremen and
    b4Ieibe&I hundred And thousand each: in accordance seventh article of treaty
    sixty-four one
    L ITlKjr.AI.lT, rtVALLCP, ABO orals TEIBK8 AND BINDS OF and fifty dollars. id. On letters from the North German Union also of Hamburg, shall cease to be in force, except
    iv.bundr4doUazi. of July sixteen, oighfaen hundred and sixty- For this amount, to be charged to the Potuwatomie
    IIDIAKS.Vot fund, to enable the President the United via said direct line, (subject to same condition,) for the settlement of accounts which, shall
    For the employroenC o Iwo carpenters, one six, nice hundred and fifty dollars. State* to Semi-Weekly.
    fourteenth lurtalmeu4 la pail payment for out the prov-Islonsofthethtrd article silber hare accrued thereunder. Weekly and
    four groschen.
    re- carry treaty of November previously
    4to sand; ftreiendred jdoUsrt.wa! two black- For this amount to supply a deficiency in the Hnqulshuient of title to land*, W Applied to hunefiuial fifteenth
    eighteen hundred and sixty-one, with 3d. On letters from the United States via This convention being first approved, shal je*
    i nUtt, one:thoBsand five hundred dollars; four appropriation for pay of half-breeds for the cur object, per fourth article treaty tcuy.irih IX-cenilier. he Potuwatomie Indians, an modified by the tratr of f ,-
    Iwrnlabon *, tVo'tb1aD414oILW; one phy rent fiscal year, ono hundred and fifty .dollars ; eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thoitrar.'J ti. him- March twenty-ninth,eighteen hundred and slxly.slx.by England, fifteen cents. take effect not later than the 1st day of January -
    deed dollars. those On letters from the North German Union next and shall continue in force until -
    paying to six hundred members of the tribe who 4th. can
    a r lrlflnj>t'and"medicine for in accordance with same article of the same Far fourteenth of twenty Instalments for nay of instructor have elected to become citizen in accordance with'av via England, six silber groschen. celled by mutual agreement or otherwise until THE WEEKLY ;;
    F tefadr twvteadrtd sod fifij-lonara; per fifth treaty one t-tmdrpd and fifty &,ll&rs. smith, physician, who shall furnish medicine article, the proportion of the cash value of the Potu- ,
    "" "bnndred and For this amount to be paid to Pierre Chien to the sick, carpenter and farmer, pet tenth artiel watomle annuitIes to which they are en tit led,three hun 5th. Of the international letter postage via one year from the date when one office shall -a ****

    for his friendly services rendered by him to the treaty twenty-sixth December, eighteen hundred and dred and seventeen thousand six hundred and fifty-flve England, the ocean single letter rate shall not have given notice to the other of its desire to AIt
    fifty-four, five thousand dollar. dollars and ninety-six cents, or so much thcrefif, may exceed eight cents, nor shall the English and terminate it.Executed. Is Published Every ThtiiYx
    ie towards the Crow Indian two hundred dollars.tELAWAHES. For fourteenth of instalments
    s pbed twenty for the support be necessary to comply with the provision of said
    letter transit rates exceed in Berlin the twentv-
    of an agricultural and industrial school end treaties of which and Belgian single one duplicate at
    rfj\sifcw>!BiiIl-to fee-twill for the comrf suppo.t ot : amount one hundred ten .thou
    ,- -- V ill of andtheTWdont smith and carpenter shop,1 sad providing the BSOSSMUT sand and ninety-one dollar and seventy-four cents, or cent each. first day of October, one thousand eight hundred

    < Ctippt Mistisalppi, For life annuity to chief, per private article tools therefor, in conformity with tenth article of th* so much thereof may be necessary, is hereby appropriated 6th. It is further agreed, that whenever any and sixty-seven.
    treaty of December twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and in con, as contemplated in treaties of Novem
    may deem it netmly to supplemental treaty twenty-fourth September fifty-tour,eight hundred doIKrs.XIS bee fifteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, and other regular line of steam communication, acceptable [SZXL.] JoHN .A. KJLSSOX, The Semi-WeeMg

    'II srtid. May seven eighteen hundred and twenty-mo'Jo ireaty Piles IVDIAKS. March twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six; to the two offices, may be employed directly Special Commissioner, &c., &c. -
    ; of third October, eighteen hundred and and th* Secretary of the Interior Is hereby authorized between any port, of the United States [SBAX.} UICBARD V. FniLirsliO.l-Y, ,
    _. .it, d411ti4Gsli.x thousand For fourth Of*v Inslslmenisof cond series for beneficial to sell six hundred, twenty-one hundred and eightieth and of the north of Europe at such Director General of the Post
    dollars. port Department.POST
    # hundred
    eighteen, one objects, at the discretion of the President, per parts of the several classes of bonds hold by him In trust any
    ; h14ii (a boaril For interest on forty-six thousand and eighty fourth article treaty June elcremth, eighteen hundred for said Potuwatomie Indians, ant pay the proceeds rates that the entire cost of transportation between Every WEDNESDAY & SATUBBA*.

    - e miuto tsa thess pesoas,to dollars at fire centum, icing the value of and fifty-flve,right thousand dollars. thereof without any deduction in compliance with th the two frontiers shall not exceed for OTEICB DrnnrxzrvwoIoN ,
    1 per For ninth of twenty Instalments for the of provisions of said treaties, it being the share .
    thus iBdlan*, to fp.aad sjojifort of theabovementIoned each single letter rate five cents and for. each Nor. 12 1867.
    of land
    ? _- 1.. jsm ..ptberlmproveITtioUbeolyUay- thirty-six sections set apart by treaty two schools, one of which to be an agricultural aid 10 six hundred persons !In the bond belonging .
    II of eighteen hundred and twenty-nine for education iostrisj school, keeping in repair HchooJ-bnUdiiigs, and to said Indians.rOTTAWATOKIXS. kilogram of other correspondence ten cents, in Having examined and considered the afore ,. -1 .C

    _ S _- .4 asj4oi *01.xdtng two thousand three hundred and fvur for providing sultabis furniture, books, and stationery that case the international single rate of"letter going articles of a convention for the amelioration -

    1 lw-'f I's*$fltI 401t dollars per Senate resolution January nineteen, par and fifth fifty-five article, five treaty hundred eleventh dollars.June, eighteen-- .hundraa. Ot BtTXOX. iMMtaga by such line shall be reduced to ten of the postal service between the United has more J::: -

    L ,_ eighteen bnndred and thirty-.Ightand fifth article For WBlh twenty instalment for the emyloymcatprovidinr For permanent annuity ia money or otherwfon per cents States of America and the North German Union 't

    ,, _ ,_ _ treaty of May sixth, tighteca hundred and oo. sueiintsndent of teachIag and two teachers,per hundred second article and sixty-seven treaty Mventeenth, four hundred November dollars., eighteen. 7th. On all correspondence mentioned agreed upon and executed in duplicate at
    R_ i -' :; cWps.waI fifty4ix. : fifth artls treat, eleventh Jet ci htesn hundred and in paragraph two of the first article, the rate Berlin, the twenty-first day of October, one Reading Matter and is CfeW
    thousand two dollars.
    flhtr4ys, two zun -
    I tsiiii sUas aWMte QBAFAWS.. 'p ,
    . Thatttbpss4odof D'WAWM'AXD ftl1EZ'ALUEIJ3tfllF.1 nr WASH Per nInth oftweat7 Instalments fo keeping for keep. shall be, for< the mails despatched, that which thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, by

    -- tJ1ts te4.whkb c ; tug In repsitrblaea'mlth', tLnsmith' gunimlths', carpen.tea' For education, during the pleasure of th* President, the .despatching office shall adopt, adapted to Hon. John &. Kasscn, Special Commissioner,

    : .. and wage. and pouh ssk. shop., and for per third article; treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred the convenience and habits .of its interior ad to., &o., on behalf of this department, and .by than tlther ia
    noaessary tools therefor, per fifth article and thirty-thrM, one thousand dollars. any paper
    For ninth instalment'' on one hundred and treaty tlcvMth Jan, eIghteen hundred and Cfty-flvs, For bla ksmilh and assistant,and tools, iron and steel ministration. :'But each office shall give notice Richard T.Phflipsborn, Director General of he .t-_ f

    _ IT fifty thousand dollars, coder tbe direction of,the .. .. for shop,during the pleasure of th* President, -per third to tho other of the rate ,it adopts, and of any Post Department of the North German Unin, -

    _ ri tes ,Djgtedp President sixth article treaty twentyMfbo- For ninth of twenty Instalments for the t employmsntof article treaty thirteenth May eighteen hundred and subaoquert change thereof.C .behalf of his department, the same are by me It is the lest
    per soperlnUndent of ftumtiog,and two formers, two thirty-three,one thousand fandj sixty dollar*.- 5
    F cud January, eighteen hundred and flfly.flre, millers, two blacksmiths, ons tinner, one gunsmith, one For fsnaet4uring the plsaauraof the President, per ABJICXB VI. hereby ratified and approved by and with tha ,
    I thotuand five handred dollars.' **mnt .and eu.. waf .and plough maker, par fifth third article treaty thirteenth May, dunteen hundred Mvice and consent of the President of tt 1 1 nit -

    _ ) Ii :t I seven of instalments for the artid treaty elsventa Juno, eighteen hundred and and thirty-three, six hundred dollar i Provided. That The prepayment of postage on ordinary letters odStaths. Advertising M& '
    ret ninth tenty -
    thousand doJUrs. ._ this sum of six hundred dollar, together with -
    U .
    fht -
    vs,* anyan.
    ._ j.f J :d ; I tibliiht; and support of an agrfcultaral tad For alnta of twsntr Jnstahnenti for kscplng ia repair expended iIflos heyetofot appropriated -forth* employment shall be optional, subject to the conditions In witness whereof I hare caused the seal of .e..4e-'L

    j industrial school and, to pwrld* .said school SAW $a4Cttrlti sswsad for furnishing the neots *ry eta farmer, mar be used ia- th*purchase of in Article YII, mentioned{ ballon registered the Post Office Department to ba affixed hereto, IIA.VI2d A.than. IrARGER ijiib

    ,-. 1 I' _________ LtIJuJ1itr I with taitobU iestraetor or instructors, perkxtsb tools ,and, fixture ibersjor, p.c. fiftfi. article.treaty such article of food and clothing may be thought letters, and -0041 correspondence mentioned with my signature, tho day and year first above
    In-the nisention of
    1 -- eleventh Jnnis sighttea huodr,d and, fiAyflvs, five necessary th! BwreUry of th*Interior -
    i Mtfo3 >t sVt7J.Wcttty eoond Jann.flftyflve hundred dollars. ,, paragraph r9Ltr5t article, i ii. it written. -

    _ a & &; fifteen rot ninth ol twenty InsUlments for keeplog In repair Qtv-a1LraD: qrlv.tja.tTz IIDL4Is., shall be-obligatory. [suu-l AXES. "W. JUxDAix, .any other -rz 1

    ; ; : j ji 1 th* hospitfurniturt ,Wd pijIMaicouaqjn.4s and AUTCLEVIX. pIt Postmaster General.I .
    -vents thereby, per fifth article treaty eleventh Joa*. For the third of four Instalment* to twcnty-flvs thousand >
    for tbo e> iofautn hundred and liny-five, three hundred dollar dollars(being the fourth series) for beneficial -oh- however, Oxe' posta&oieorrudence hawiby approve the aforegoing convention EVBRV1 T

    For ninth of twenty*lastslments.for. pft eta Vets, under th* direction of the resident, per utI shall be prepaid inroficienUy. it nu. and tytcsfimoay thereof I have, cataed the ANtI INCBEASIN,
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