Florida union
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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1868
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00130
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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THE I'LOB1pA UNION, :I II Uia, a. MISCELLANEOUS. AppolntmcnU Union Eeptitlican National Committee. 1 a'. 'CMjaty Mdens ,*au'M's." tan ws* almost,tntinlj 'v"PlIII'
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Tho following comprises tho Cabinet and nffflltf tn tny f& Associs .county
jAM;: The HeAdquRrier of the Committee are now 1Donut ly adapted to the tloD of.I
Paper. 5L CALDWELL & SONS Judicial appoin'jaeats bade and confirmoi for note I wasleld t t V. h ;
United 11ED1CAL. at the Fifth ATAUO New York city, where toitsiatrodactkoos a amainly .' .
-0-- _... LO2fa LED BOOST the State of Florida, business communications should be*ldrei L (Mr. Whitfield) and Jadct Gwyna indebted fag her rmpU In:nan toteri .
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i The following i*a 114 of tile officers and member "able and IntwratiDj' iliirmr* A.
Official Paper.i and to tt. ,em-.of tiw
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State COTTON FACTORS CJLISIKET: the Committee: prior wp
: D;.. Z. B. HERNDON, WILLIAM CLAFLIN,Chairman Boiton.Mam.WJi. fJadp awu was inwritint, we hope late wv. With Uw p" ttmbm Csgneultural
Aonmodafion Wharf, Secretary of State-o. J. ALDEX.t .E.CHANDLEB Secret'y Washington D. wilt) forniih copy efi' for pabUcatioa. the Rittti f tl .
of the Fourth J'udicial OirniitCUy > -._JAMES'D. Wjorrcorr.ComptroUtr CaL John Bradford introduced lifer. m.lacfMfby
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Ods1&per .I IS'l1r on Physician, Charleston, South Carolina. CuUral Eztcutirt Covmilltt.ViUam l Jaie war, the cutturs of the "Cub toteeooT has
Countiei of 'aa,1TalBn4for4 H. GAMBLE.Treaiurer i > Cloflin Boston.ICu' T. V. Park, iiortrnrJtigt.in subject of Cottoa Seed exprtsnag the opia- sb"4a.4.be tM absa
rlc1odolth almost <
made been
oonrirnmentii. tnUnJy
JA wcflXriLLz, 'LOllIDA. on Brfrr those who
Advance ii. hat bean dercrloraUon
there each of
and SL John. to Cot D. L. -S. B. COKOVZB. Vermont; William Kemble 2305 that a
McCay Frerident 4anJI-
doDmeu' wiU be of only taapormnrm
'ay IK>left daring UM d*r,at the Drug Star of People1 National Bank Charleston S. C. 46 6m &rreyorGencga1Piwci W. WEBSTEJI. I treet,thiladr'phla; 'Horaco Orecley.Hew York 1 eecd in general nee ia thIs covaty to make *
0 C&LId H. St&rkwvstherIerwich. Connecticut B.B. for lbe mat* eropT M
..ick A L'Entfo. At the raddeoee of Mr. ---- ; ". ; it a mph tkany
PvlKt julntttion-C. T. CHASK. desirable to it bet
of the nrth Jndidal Circdt- J aim T.C-uchrUt,*lur nljhL Jo ly Superintendent eu,:. Obi.; Marsh Qiddlngs, Kalaaiaxoo replace by eomethlng every member of the family,fom a ...1age
ici&ll'&PU A' ._ .A.ijNtartl.Oertefat.QFO"o'B B. CAier.CoIuRusiouer Wetter JExecutire Cetntuttft if to be had. He dcnrei to know of gentle
STENHOUSE & imedin
the counties of Putnam, Lrry, CO., E. ACSTIX. who had tried the Dtdraon Seed what had &Ddnd upward,can bit pIOIabt .
inc1a4e1 o/-"riWttffon-O. ,
(Which G. W. M. D W IWrf 112 fat CharUXoa headquarters,Chicago.J. either UM ca' ratioa or prtptaWftitido .it. tile
Edwards Bay SoulM Carolina
1scba, Marion and Sunder.) S 'l._ U.Jones,Chicago, Illinois; Cyn'IT. Allen, the result? Jnde Gwynn being eallriap- for maikst. <
and stpn: COURT. : cennes Induuvt; F. B. Taylor,Omaha. rhia, ezpeneaee VUh it, itatci'' this'he '
then is ah eu.leAt
of the BcTeath Judicial Circuit PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 85 Bay Street, Baraimah, Georgia. C7kJ-Jace-Er3d'jk"- I.BAKDALL.. 'Southern Executive t'MmtUre.Heftdquvters ., planted auctria acres with it the pment Beside mirk in Florid trdesiing for entarpr'M, fa tM C.b
Oth11I6r i Mop
the CoHntioiof Voinsia, lire-. I rpHK ubccrfber*,in eonnodion with their house in lt-Ju.. 1) WESTCOTT, O. B. UAUT.cmcciT Atlanta Oa. and about ?xty with the ordinary led; cattle trade. la Southern Georgia u4 .
M. 1L South New LoajMaaa
whc; cJ.&ea OPICEcoimti X Charleston have opened one in tfevannah of the worth. Orleans ; the atetpi11u hid (Cat 11 Well known)
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and Dade.) II. Culdwell LaGrange, (Ia.' B.F. Rice Little and South Florid,then an fla eaKlt niet,
BUM name and style,where they will
.Oraase keep constantly Ark. d Tery early in the immediate vicinity of
AND I oa band a full stock cf Flour. Bacon Corn and Pro COCKT: where at a very trifling cart,tares aa to
: OCEAN ADAMS' STRXETJACKSONrJLT..E. duce Generally alt of which will be lOLl the most raci Extcullct CoIxlll tt & ,canting nearly the :entire deatroo- cunet. it
on raised for tL Havana Something
POR lit Judicial Circuit Homer G. *
BATES reasonable term 8TENHOU8E Plantz. IIeadquart.ir San 7randco.Gooriw of iia that aererthelfaee the yield of '
ft A CO. 46 3m crop; ,
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but there ia
2d ".' Wm. A. Cocke. C. Gorman, San Francisco CallfornU "" already doing in this way room
;1 ; ain m.acre* planted fin the Dickton Seed .
,TICILL&LEGAL-0- -. .- -_.- _. -. D. JOKES. JACKSON 3rd" "" Thomas T. Long.Uh" E. DcLone, Virginia City,NPTads.Itepubuean nearly jqnal f> that of the etxty! .planted ia more

f1a thSILORLPA ZYVOJtW1AICb I.be.hu1leeD Fifth aDd.Seventh icnaWat J'1.. DR. EMILE T. HAH AT., JONES & JACKSON Ii Lh" A.J.IL A.G\lIIS.Knight Platfonti.TLer other, e.a rmmt at -
for .'Gardner_stated that he had received
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to the raI.eI Axed t'r: JaaKS tTitfl'Eed by tile JW* ftcIIa the Iui4As
t.c aooordmI 6th T.
QJeai&) MagLoe. National of the U \ -d
omas EUTOHSR Reputiicaa.party I, quantity perhaps the Petit GnlQ .J .
IIj'G vs AJ'plka r r.c LetLeri of Ath&n 7th Co John Price. Statea assomLleu in National Convention In :by Mr. Hopkinj of this city from New CHICAGO Sept. 7.-Gak&a ((lO.) doc ao4 at

f1I. .............Admtnttrat4r..............,.4. p3130 Over frank SiolUi1 Urooery Store 24 Floor MARKET STALL .VO. *. city of Chicago oa tho 20th of Hay, 1868, and had plaatcd them with. very favor all resemble UM other tOW1II"Cil1a.. of

J_...01...AnDtll\eD...........U............ 00 a s' LOOJdcJoft1 T7UUSWI Beef; Fresh Mutton: Pnwh Pork furnulied HTATE ATTOKXETS: the following declaration principles: remits. America generally laid calls ataipt1 u4.
,,rka. DMI a&4 Crediso 8 web.... IA0O I IZ C Flnrid FeIt.241887.-1). JC every mwrning at the First Stall on the rigb -hand Ibt Judicial Circuit Milton.2d First "e congratulate the country, on President mentioned planter ia the streets iniariab'croatia:at right up TM
Jcou ..... aide going into th. market.
.1JI .IDODW.Adveit1T'..... -11001 ept20 H _, assured success of tho Reconstruction project who, by tie use of the Dickaon Seed LOOMS Katicred in most ptetcesq v dieorder

AU oIoIIn I.a1 NoUoee\he.pete:14 they oocuP7 and \be1ab& : ----- ---- 3rd c. John A. Wartwck. Congress as evinced by the adoption in a spite of the caterpillar was gathering a fair ,upon .', among the 'gorja .and valleys

.cI JI noq1Uft'd.at I4 rate 0.1 oie dollsr .! J. :t). MITCHELL M. D., B. C. MORRIS, JL 4th" .c E. K. Foetcr. jority of the States lately ia rebellion of from the laud planted with that seed and I of which flow the Fertr or rather Thrs-s
1asero 5th II tutions civil and assured him that it'would hare well does not A nai&rantyieciL
alA SSC Sht'l'1tr.and other O'UDI1 ,I 8uecps.4on to CALDWELI. Moaxr securing equal political paid :French uam- pcoent
r4ftll'aeemen'.qiairescb of h ftUoo. i i4 rUY81CIAN AKD BURQKOHOfflo 6th" C. R. Motley, to all, and regard it as the duty of the planted his whole crop with that seed Two or three narrow trce 3; late
.-S Oas o,4yrii per inwnt4 I\,1M'Cl1Y the Dumrrquire4. ; *at his former residence wmcr of Vonytii and, Cotton Factor 7 th., Oscar Hart. ment to sustain these institutions and to at a coat of$20 per bushel.. I ionaly cut through the rocks bordered by' oiwooden

.. aM .udOM a dent evnbi i J itia tr ts. JsekioBTilla,Fob S3.-tf 1SD the people of such States from being remitted i the same connection, Ur. Hilton read the and when more goati and hop

.t'Tba'-.__ten L 1lChllpaC8 any*iotice'E i a state of anarchy. I extracts. from the published proceed wen to fie met than hmnen pawojeo, coo -
Ad-- wbicb&Ley may WIlli.lulel'\o wiaccupl. LEGAL. GENERAL OOMMISSIOX MERCHANT, Term of Court, Second. guarantee by Congress of I of the National Association of Cotton titatad fotowly the "coamercfal porOoa* ofthelocality. '

.tY..aIDe W thc Cnioc aDd remit the : ___ 50 Old Slip NEW YORK. LBOIBLiTVKB.tl suffrage to all loyal men at the South was and Planters" held in Bottoa Of eommetee then b aoCVaf lea
tint t nrtion. All raOnllSD BT TBS K18T
_CIa reccp&eI W1 after .eight liues manded by every consideration of public & l : ainca the railroad from Chicago hu bcm pro -
II eqUl.to the"JA OOC"Ipwd tt Benj. C. Morri.Jr. Ueneral Partner. Frautz R Mnl-!
.A sq' 'ype" FRANK E. LITTLE W*. and'. Barman Brown Special I> rtnen.ADC. \ Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. of gratitude, and justice, and must be I Atkinson Two years'ago, I induced the .!o& Bat Qaleaa it almost an
.A1lipl"Y.WIe; k rth I"lUlt'.f'. in lCCOrd. NOTABY PUBLIC 29 tt tamed while the question of suffrage in all Department at wluLington b get :hiitorio town and baa become tat tomotiacpatta '

TvUjT. B,It e.N01 t of the tMI the Uw duty wtdcb of I.the u publWr'of follo"l1ear. : each. :.: Santa Escambia Rosa county-1st 3d Monday in in April. loyal States properly belongs to the people of Egyptian cotton IeeL It was : point of political' Hi hen thai

.I..ted,10 pub all an\.ioetl *o* dv. OFFlCB IN THK BAKU BOOM, JOHN I county- Monday April. these States. 1 $. at a good dealf md said to be tterery. ,Uljncs aGraatpaseeda year befon daw.io -
JIII WlYaoat _,; That he Ptell not Cvrnur ol &j on i Oecaa Etrvrt*,Jmikiom ille.Via.wrptli ,, Walton county-ith Monday in April Third. We denounce all forms of of the Sea-Island cotton. It came out i hit ac bud; _It fa tat w I apia

.-rto paWkh any b notice teu&re&or dvcrtia'Tntherewith..'", tf i: Holmes county-let Monday after 4th Monday tion as a national crime, and the national it rated OTW eight hundred clean pounds npcciDJ z from tM faSigacs of war.pis-
b,1&w H\VARDIXO in
I-the" AIm .cOISBIONERCHANT ApriLWubiDglon after 4th requires the payment of the public inde arce. It was distributed over the South pai tory to being called bribe rtisa of the people

H. BISBEE Jr.ATTOBNKY .urn'VHOLESALE connty-2d Monday in tho utmost good faith to all creditors at did not eacccci very generally. One man to occupy the seat of Waebiegtoa.
JCDICUL cmccrrjIN in
[rocmTH DEALER IN Monday ApriL and abroad; not only according to the .howerer wrote me that he would not A few days teore his departure from thIPed.Iral .-

CIRCUIT COURT, AT LAW. GUOCERIB8 PROViSIONS HAY, GRAIN Jackson county-3d Monday after 4th Monday but the spirit of the law under which it was what he had for half a dollar a seed. Ci.p .some aea10a epab6cau tMaP'

Form JCDICUL Ci&cnr LIQUORS SEGARS,*.*. in April.Fall tracted. BartlettofTexas-I had 'some fifty or proper to org poa' to candids** tat th*

.A.t Cbamhen.August 7 1M4.wc.s.1 I OfriCK If IIOE '. BLOCK, AOEXT POK TltK KKTULPttlKE 8TEAXEK.C0 Term, Foarth. It ia due to the labor of the of these scads: pot into the-ground. The Preaideacy the- necessity of ha ..pI JaW

,"De Lerulktiire of the Bute J Flond tOOtberrat e A. M. Retd'i Wharf;JacJuonTine FU. Kscamhia county-1st Monday in October. that taxation should be equalized and though ginned by the fingers, was fofly lngtoii dailaT the electoral C2BMffa. .

.llM,( .t4 under the, begun rrrued and OooetiniUon held at the purad O.pith JJCKSOXTILLK CLORWA.fily Jane 1C ti Santa Rosa county-3d Monday in October. as rapidly as national facility will permit. if not superior to the Sea-Itlazid cotton "I haft .horror Of tbae apolltk Jo saM

a..cl.1m a ctt Provide for the b.aCioa; .. _._ Walton county-ith Monday in October. Fifth. Tbe national debt, contracted as what peculiar to this seed after it baa be Grant "aod I doal think mj presce kjsr cam
wtheiAviMd Offici*! and Lrgal Adrertuementt, -- --- HOME INSUBAMCE COMPANY OF Holmes county-lat Monday after 4th Monday bas boon for the preservation of the Union acclimated, it loses its darkish h11 D. at*Q necessary. Just look at it; I shall

.M w<4 Jaly n.Milbetbednty.f nut. 1MSS,to-w t:the Cireuit.Tideof E. K. FOSTER, Jr. in October. all time to come, should be extended over a been said too, that the worm does not tab h*?* to raaaia prisoner In "WsshJajtoft dar

..*i,H i.tol Uodspateooe! paprr pubu.itedkU New Haven, Con. Washington county-2d Monday after 4th period for redemption, and it is the duty of this stock and that being planted with lag foar loDe yesti to eWe (root Marshnext,-
ctanR.or In oine ctrcuit nest. adjoining: ATTORNEY AT 1, A W 1 Monday in October. Congress to reduce the rate of interest cotton in the bloom it don not become and you would dcxiv me of a little holiday to.
yWdiper.hall be known M the Official' HAnDlE AND FIRE I1I 1B.AlICE.Omce Jackson after 4th whenever it can honestly be done. '. lore cndertakfag that hari labor, mow crssh-
Judicial Circuit and In which ail county-3d Monday Monday
a.Ja11i.u..a J'IpII'el eM-AdvcrtucinHiU reUUuc to the Mid I SALXI Avoesmrx rLA 6 iy on the corner of Forsyth and Ocean rtreeU-up in October.2d Sixth. That the best policy to diminish Batcht1der--Ooe word about the Fgypt lag enD thaa ,the first. Go, BO; laced p

SnBt Ceort or'*ny County or rrobtt Court withtauliiiiuilt i Dec.1 tf B. FLOYD, burden of debt is so to improve our credit scei. A frjeod of mm,*, who, has BBS* and rseult saysolf awhile amoag the nouataias;
: all lac1 otioB*.l #wry dencriittioo reqalni I Agent Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. capitalists will seek to loan us money at ,this: season, told me that, the yntpi aDd I am going to Galena to await the remit
kr law to bt jMllIlIl4bL-d by., person or penoni, J. P. SANDERSON . .. ... -
..li_of Sben2j and other county ofuoen laan I Franklin county-1st Monday in April. rates of interest than we now pay and must prejudice or want ot eonaomce, ant not of the election. .
lomLU In atlil rlrrnil shill be pu bliAhed." I ATrOB.NEY A.T I.A.W FRANK SMITH, Agt. Calhoun county-2d Monday in April. tinue to pay so long as repudiation, partial t anywholeficld: with Egyptian seed but The hooae presented to General Una by Caei&ansof
It to Uerefcce ordered that the Florida .wamumy I I in total, open or covert is threatened or alteraa3*3 -'rows, and-tfw' these aftsr- Oaleoaiia pretty cottage, is tie-
JaduMiri2, in the of Liberty county-3d Monday ApriL
Dcnivttua* Mblutrad this JmdicUU at Circuit be and the raid county paper JACKSONVILLE FLA. 1 Ro. 1 Sammis' Bleck Gadaden county-4th'Monday in April. teo 1. rows escaped the raTajcs of the worau American sty!., planted upon ca eaia aeewAbore

to heceby jorirnitH M M th* ofiijUi paper for the Au u.'4-tf_ __ Wakulla county-1st Monday after 4th Monday Seventh. The Government of the mon we ,can make this important fact it float the starry beaaar We wen
JlldaINMDI<'SDm w la whkh all le al jmtiee and I I JACKSONVILLE FLA. in ApriL States should be administered with the the,.mote advantage we shall derm uodea oa on arrival by Ul-Grant Jr,
salt weoon 4,
_J'MIO. .JmdlcUl.Oreuiu"pee'o-tia or any coonty therein.teB JJ. :E. PEEEY, I Leon county-2d Monday after ith Monday in economy and the corruptions which have Las wen as tie planters. This is a black who led M into a Kttb parlor,very -botformahed
ta* "; aM that this sota heiweocdediateawmrjrOrtff HAS in, Btore Mess and Pork arrivIng and hams Bacon Sides and Slioul ApriL so shamefully nursed and fostered by ,and generally black seed has not produced ia taite awl when fo ad tile

Book ol tb JudicIal*Aflbrtait Qrcuft.deck'doN ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR i Cheeee Mackerel barrels half barrels, Lard and Batter klu. Cod and Jefferson county-4th Monday after 4 th Monday Johnson call loudly for a radical reform. much u gzen scd, bat the Egyptian seed eoaqaerorof Lee engaged in timing over' the .

> ".. ; this. A.JUiIOBT I I11II .d.T LAV. flrii and Herring Rio and Java Coffee Tea, Broken and Eighth. We profoundly deplore the- ken very productire. leaves of one of JPrwit Ls'tZirstdJiw. .
II .Jige4th- Jadidal CInu1 refined Old Bourbon and B.ect.iled Whiakey, in ApriL and tragic death of Abraham Lincoln, and rcxlatioa was thea adontecl.eqaestmg Cot 1 wiD no&1U14.tata to sift a perfect pea- L_
>, .,, "- .'f4 I 30 COUET STREET which HOT.are fcd-tf offered by the package only. Pall Term. gret the accession of Andrew Johnson to -Bradford, coirespondent'' of the Agricnl- portrait of General Grant, whom the pst&ki '.

I' .- -. jruz Tffi ruT>'crncm.llirCJLjBUJUlT .] Boston Mass. _n__ Franklin county-1st Monday in October. Presidency, who has acted treacherously to Department at Washington,to apply to photograph very much raembte. Hls1-r ,
Calhoun county-2d Monday in October. people who elected him and the cause he Department for some Egyptian Seed for without bang Iaze, ii wen .ipleioti :l

?[ DUJlTl..OLU.cm.nm. t"r BERCXIIAN'SI. Liberty county-3d Monday in October. pledged to support; has usurped high use of members of this A. WOIJ. rather vu.tbsis l s _: ; -

,. .. ... 4 _:Tuyi ,t ; I. Gadsden in October. tive and judicial functions ; has refused to next meeting win be held on the first :lCRtiM-7n. lamitn4.IiO 'J ''_

\, ';. i af"dIe1Mcti-Aqgliur.1tGI. h.. ; ., 0' .. REAL. -. -ESTATE.__ : -: FEUITRIES Wakull..eotI county-4th-1st Monday Monday after 4th, Mon. cute tho laws; has used his high office to U lI.I in.Xoyeml'lrir. 041,. .i, ...IH w., "..- ". .'
and violate the laws I. # ,
., : .1nI.* .tI1II4 JIeI4 a&Ole cs1iId -: day in October. other officers to ignore ; q JIOiJCt&hI'. __. '
) '. .5ti&1bS ef1Ipa.sed'a&Ad Leon 2d after 4th in employed his Executive power to render appears. Mr. Bnchanan IaIm.i..eI r-
&le4_Aet."..Pbks* i AGENtiY. AUGUSTA GEORGIA. county Monday and life of Flol da.cxt and Mr. Lincoln phiaca5 '
-"-' FL0RL: A LMD October. cure the property, paace, liberty I can bishop, va # _
7i ,.r.I.:! omw..A4 rI citizens! has abased the pardoning the States of and Vir oi while Mr. Joiasofl l|
1.. : Jefferson county-1th Monday after 4th Mon- power; to g.eat Georgia type a Tillage lawyer
.1( .;. Zt&i4')e the ivti of jitciii J.a i FLORIDA in October. denounced the National Legislature as little Florida seems to exhibit the great- scompoun&otthetradesnisndeckcd outittlrf
,. odl Onssi*to oerijnat* Mp&1WP1iW' K F. DEWEY & CO., AGENCY day and and lbs
,; ; "Mb stitutional; has persistently corruptly industrial astmty.-her: adaptation the 8nadays beat, the couatrf doctor

.el wnkJ8iiclfcnlV'jf ke tawwm 4cia u tMlKiicial crcoit next Faper adreteQ JQbaing oi the Ro 1 Estate Brokers, I II 3d Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. sisted.by every measure in big power every of early vegetables and tropical ICbPo1 Pter. Aato the fat are President r1would ,

.. to which $tt Legii Sotioi I TREEs FLAHTS AND OR APB (u n u OSI Madwon let Monday in ApriL per attempt at tho reconstruction of the attracts much attention. East Florida seem to be more at ease onlfixa thuuim -fcivilian'

.---.1Idadq CO tha said:cir ui&otmrt, irnqmiod t'rr 'i? IN :UKIOJT BUILDUTO," I Choice ridIu. Hamilton county- in lately in rebellion! ; has perverted tho public. ia point of attraction from its greater dress and on his war-borse than sit

-1iI1 Daur1IIwrwow...g.f c..ai_ whine llli4 bylaw Clreui\to; 11IIP 1* .1 AC'Fl O 'I'L 5,PL*. angSt YBAELIWO PEACH TREES BUDDED Ul'OJf Suwanneo count-3d county-4th Monday Monday in April.April. tronage into an engine of wholesale cf resources and cloter"proDtUty;'by e-iintbe.cbairoIgtito.
UJIC'IODItaH all notke* of ctocka. after 4th and has been justly impeached for high and steamer, to the great markets though General Grant baa just been flawed by the
-- -- Taylor Monday Monday
I ... om aay x't4ny inlaid i BOrder*solicited and filled at list Pric & in county-tat anti misdemeanors and properly 1I'r. Southern and West portions of th State celebrated naturalist Ansslz,on h\:1 tot .

..lilt I'D mde.d that' the at Florida U&lon." 8 l-Ior steaxis Located.BY Catalogue*famished. Lafayette ApriL county-2d Monday after 4th Mon guilty thereof by the vote of thirty-five as will be shown not M very tar behind. Rocky llountaiai and aario j iatr.
ROBT. 0. LOWRY te the oftha St. John' River view converted more abOUt the tof
d at JeeJuoaTJUe ia the eouutr .f in ;s. neighborhood we p1
m1n. aik Judicial Ctreutt,and adjoinini' e 14-t/ Agent for Florida, JackaonTllle, Fla. day ApriLColumbia after 4th Mon Jiinth. The doctrine of Great Britain orange culture is attracting much attention, science in the United States politics. The person
a *..Lad the amid paper leA414 iMixty J* DEWEY t CO. i county-3d Monday other European powers that because a man found to be the source of coasjderabla profit. .who accompaaed me however, hayio
.-6e G5ciaI for the Flfti JudtcW in
Cc'wlesUMp:paper noansiucas1i.aUa''rr'4t' __jiUA 27 If day April.Fall Term. once a subject he is always BO, must be species of curevitoo, at a certain 'stage oi made some observations in regard te tc.coeda.tiosi .
4 ai1lu 1",in-j4 JJfUi aID *- J '"" i- ii I UNITED STATES at every hazard by tho United States as a wth apt to damaging,.but is .not more of afiain in the Soatfieia Slates, the Ga-

ti tether orMed ClDDtr that therein thi notice ball be be rucorded pftJihihed.Aaiftfa tn. All Wanting. Farms in Honda Madison county-1st Monday in October. of the feudal times, not authorized< by the uent in its appearance than the cotton worm! era! replied.with animation: .

tat CtaBMfT Order book of the different Clark'office should hare the Hamilton county-3d Monday in October. of nations and at war with our.national this stage, the orange groves bear so "The Soulhemj are passionate and lose oat
la tile,rMpeeUv. eoonUeii this J odicUl Clrctnt. MAIL EXPRESS. Snwannoo county-4th Monday in October. and independence. KaturalL citizens are that at a fraction of a cent apiece- of sight there own Interests in serrln;the 1iart.1t.--

J. U. OOiS. Florida Real Estate Register. : Taylor county-Irt Monday after 4th Monday titled to bo protected ia all their rights of tho finest oranges the crop i* found to pay. era Copperheads who will latrjn at them whea
Judge M.h Jtdici4 t. Sent to any adJrrM on receipt of a stamp to pre-pay o in October. Een!hip as though they were native born the choicer vegetables can be raised in the their aid is no longer required. It is absohxtily

I-nnam. L. !. DEWEY CO. 2d after 4th Monday no citizen of the United States, whether air weeks before they are forthcoming in necessary to give political passions adJc.t"time
XTKliTH JVOICU.L St Lafayette county- Monday
[ CTBCTIT.] July Ill JacbwnTille. Fla. ; Augustine Jacksonville. in October. or naturalized, must be liable to arrest and Nortuem latitudes and in supplying the to pass way; tt* yooaj generation coaiprehenda -

IN CIRCUIT COURTS -- -- -- _u_. o Columbia county-3d after 4th Mon- prisonment by any foreign power for acts & markets with them is a sure field:of its duties and interests better. A new
1-- A DAILY LIKE PASSZXQEK HACKS WITH Monday or words spoken in this country, and if so Already there is considerable< doing in war is imposaibl, and as to a. war: efraceSfloonotbelieTeiait
8nsJI'm CrEcnr. tAt HOTELS.FLORIDA in October.
of hone U day .
relay between
now running regularly
Cbai&ttr,August 7.1W3.Th > _... ..--- St. Augustine and Jacksonville, leaving each place rested and imprisoned it is the dntv of the direction and profitable room for more. At ; the Southern negroes
Wasi Lrpil lnre of the State oi Florida, At ---- promptly 7 A.1C daily-Sunday*exceptod. 4th Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. ernment to interfere in their behalf. it stated by the Boston Journal,, are not so reaflen, nor so daUroinei as
thcSntaMiuathefeoC, begna lied belt at the Coir to Tenth. Of all who were faithful in tho a first-class hotel is now ia FOlkS It is those A 8t. Dominfo, and if ever the wfc&ssv

.MlMaotea-itbduacttoProridfl fit DM Buu*.under the Voaatitutlon lor of the lT-Fi 'cad HOUSE THROUGH IN EIGHT HOURS, Clay county-lit Monday in April. of the late war, there were none entitled to be built by Northern capitalists aDd a num should tab the iaitoatire in sach a codid.

&M s- aAd OOcial and LefU Adyers s- eonneetinc at Jacksonville with the Railroad for Savannah Bradford county-2d Monday April. speciAl honor than the brave soldiers .and of Boston mechanics haft _recently gone Federal army would soon put a stop to it. The
=17pioc.d Jail all\1868.to-wft: ST. ACCUSTVff, FLORIDA ,TaUMaaeee,Fernandina,Cedar Key, *c. Baker county-4th Monday ia ApriL men who endured the hardships of C3mpajand to superintend and lead in the work. t aciflca be tbe duty tithe Circuit JndgMofcaJKfedalCSfeoitta St. Johns county-let Monday after 4th Mon. their lives in th3 whatever the wiko has
uinte|$ one paper publishedwohiatU D. BRADLEY Proprietor. cruise, and imperilled Passing to Sooth Florida the following ac- and occurs Vovth
Circait erin sue Circul; nurt ttdjoinlnx FARE, SIX DOLLARS. day in April. vice of the country; tho bounties and !fs fornithed by the Tampa Peninsular, of abolished slavery dccxcsd the political and soci

!M*Mr khallU known aithcOOehUEapercif- cOw- for Reception of OneaU, Ifor. lit ll.-a this line will in comfortable Nassau county-2d Monday after 4th Mondayin provided by law for the brave defenders of 12t1iu1t--: si equality oftb.blacks and waite, sad c--.
By paee&g go through
_-. *UrMtt-laUB and(tn V>the vhich.all Circuit LepI Court KotioM or aod to A1-.itTor Octobrr. :i, I SiS 1m vehicle,and with lee fatigue eipoaare hazard or delay,' April. ration are obligations never to be fi tide of immigration.is into South ed toe South,hitherto closed to eaijiatJOB
Csty rioteteUoon within saId ctrcoiu All L*- than by any other root. Doral county-3d Monday afar 4th Monday in the widows and orphans of the gallant dead Since the war the population of Her always ready to go to war if eufocthaatsl'eunmssaceihoeldd.mMi41t.

Pi XraetaafaBy dtaortption, requited by \\\r to be UNION HOUSE Package*for Southern Exprett Company delivered April.Fall the wards of the people-A sacred legacy ,Ililhubetouh: and Polk_.counties has >Jetdrae- Jill
pMi hd 11 say < oix and auKotlce* of :
pawon Term.
pen 1
mrAandota !eoantroaeeninaiiy conntf in aid queathed to the nation's protecting care. increased, and the population of Manatee work the world wfll nertr pc.i t U to be, lawperilled
I ahaU be pttbiiKhed." BY tafely and promptly. Clay -1st Monday in October. Eleventh. Foreign emigration, which in ] no doubt, trebled dur.ng the same time;_ by any futioos ." ,
***TVerau, There u DO paper publube-1 in the For Fmaiare,apply ia Jacksonville, at the "Taylor Bradford county 2d in October. put has added so much to tho wraith dev 1 tfll they cane. The greater number of Here the General was iatemptrd by HHL
liMh Jbeul Circuit and the "Florida Union1 i* BOOM;" and ia fit.Anrurtlna, at the. Florida Home." county- Monday in nent of resources and increase of p->wer to 1 emigrants are (rom tho Southern. States Grant came ia the room,pjemutly triltsj
fMaila JadtaoBrllta.I>uTalCountyin th*Fourth M. J.; MURPHY, IS-tf. NELSON UolTEIL.lYoprletor. Baker county-4th Monday October. _
'iWalCSiemt and adjoining to the bevc&th Ji-Hdil ---- St Johns county-1st Monday after 4th Mon nation, tbe asylum <>f the oj>prew Omit. Ii Is,therofore.ordered that the said "Flori. in October. .I ions, should be fbattred and rneonnvgoil ere i ill quite colony of'hardworking "down lad,a cadet at tie West Point IRifary Academy

.wrnot 5to,Daral*. rw eountr pner,U pablUfaed designated in a tint* the city official of Jack- CORNER OF LACKA AXTD .DUVAL 8TK3EET8 J. H. Grovesteon, founder the old and favorably Nassau day county-2d Monday after 4th Monday :I liberal and just poliry. ,ter>" fettling at Sarasota la Manatee and who bad been .ordered'that motn'aj by bis _

p*>*fthHncKU Jndidat ttmiit, invhiih all lent p.- J' Fla. known house of Groresteea & Co. in October. I Twelfth. This. Convention; declare* its '\ will loon make the rich keys in: that Tic lather to walk twruty miles without stoppia ,
aiI OMUd a .@sia reUUnf te the.ald Circuit0m Jacksonville Duval 3d Monday after 4th Monday in pathy with all Ibe oj>|'rpssi-d people which : ) bucome the most desirable land .SA th. lot kindness toward he-yoaner- sisUr had
IItidwt*r 1e any County all rrohato Coon In*a d Her*B- ROUSE.BECXTTLTOrXVKD,HAB BEXH OROTESTZKff, FTJLLKB CO., October.county- struggling for their rights. There aro thousands of 'acres of"fine been: nuaished with four miles beeaase ,his
Ciroort Legal THIS
ftt'IN4 b7 lay to be pubbabecl! by,any of any person dtp at prrmcUaU OB-, tbe fall prepared M41riaia'-tbeAeeeflunedattoa. Tieilon M Mercer 81.,N,Y. Tho following irsutu'itma wen* offered_ :adapted to the railing' of 'tropical ,- mother had seen him atop on the road 10''read
Hotiee or Sherilti and other county offlta during 5th Judicial C.cuit-SprinJ. Term. gardening, all along the Golf coast and a newspaper.BMm. .
Tb TABLES are euppBei with the choice artldeeItII1d Giineral Carl &11,,:. and.1opttXi as part of "
My eouty within arid ctrcnit shall U publubod. by Ute c-market or nedved from the PIANO-FORTES. doubtless ia a few years .become densely # .somewhat wM, said lira Gnat,
g* rtunnaj I*fnUMr Order ordorad itook tnmt ol the thin dAnt DOUOO be CUjrk'recorded oSeMA Jicmb.J1I"orJ1ll&DeDt i Sumter county-1st Monday in March. otogoiiig platform : The !land is good and _the bays turning to where we wet tcat-J "exxctty. Ocabis '
O*rapwtiT counties of this Judicial Circuit. .ocableIII'IU. ---.te4 l.- t I Tb lat new edition U our different style i* attract. Putnam county-2d Monday in Rinbtd, That we highly I commend the creeks and branches an foil of the fin father when he was e boy."
JOHS W. FJUCK en Jag th*admiration of both critic and populace. We Marion county--3d Monday in 11arch.A1achna and forbearance with Sib, oysters and clams and the climaU' i* *I ow do you know thatr said th* Gcnecal,
". Jn4l.a BMOtioa f the claim of thi Fiano.BelirrUw 1st after 4th magnanimity .
rUt Cirnrlt Btate of cpeciaUytom** *new county- Monday Monday -
II _' MISCELLANEOUS.roa th*intoner houJd be M beautIful to the eye March. the men who have served in the rebellion ;>ghtlnL Came along emigrants, then --.11 ,
_._ eredi1 in '
the t&
a*melody to the ear. we bare paid treat attention to in i now frankly and honsatly co-operate with room thousands more. uperi-in _
J taem la that 1 conceded all who Levy county-3d Monday after 4th Monday for where -
nttias up a style by of this and In West;Florida special mention'must be itffTt, instance yonrfathernotwith.
Blanks Ear them to be the handsomest Fiano-Fort made. restoring peace country .
of all Kinds seen
coca not to
Iarch.Fall State of Gadiden coaDty. a section of the IknAngbisjovsfoIyQn, seem. spare
PAXNTB They are entirely new style with four round corner*. Term. tructing the Southern governments s :
heavily carved leg and lyre.baM richly moulded, and the basis of impartial justice and equal has always brat e region of small farms. y'OLIf
required byCIECrjIT contain our latest nw acel end action. The tone i* Sumter county-3d Monday in October. are received back into the communion of The soil ia a strong red day.aad in it mad you icad the newspapers. you'll bear-
& aad 1U adaptability to paoare of every
had*ef expression from the*oft.*t mormer the Creeeado *- Putnam county-4th Monday in October. oyal people ; and we favor the removal of &of great.extent.bavejut bean discover beautiful stones about mar '
aad COUNT. 'OU1t1.'. PLANTERS_ AND, OTHEE8.rrtaz and the FF, rive*the performer every advantage Marion county-lit Monday after 4th Monday disqualifications and restrictions imposed Vegetables giown in this county have The lady of the next Presidentq tt* afraceful
of the concert grand rrtco OOjut1 80 ly in October. the late rebels.. ,the same measure as n'delivered In New York on the fourth:/day I woman who will b howl do the
Ktaeral Pteat Com maaalae1 -
OraftoB pair/.new :
PEOBATE COURTS Ir the Bell&Cb )> an4moitparable! Paint I Alachua county-3d Monday 4th Monday spirit of loyalty will direct and'also may being started. Besides vegetable tottoa, honors of the W'> t House with- tact and w tk-

in.; tw*COS5VS13St, m. Bind wIth pure LlneeedOH MAXXIAGJ? GUI B.YOGDI' [ in October. consistent with the safety of the loyal people.Eetoltcd : otwo, and frApcs are largely frown, OUt S TT ati'Tl i
-' : tte chiefiulvantage.of the county is ia Our visit was at an cad. Tae future hosts at
Monday after 4th Monday in That the right
*>*** JUSTICES OF THE PEACE I' wm'L.or: 15 Years; .Doctor Great,-rhycoglcal Being a rrrvatelMtrectot Work or every for one Mr-hit Levy November.county-let pies laid down, .in..theimmorta1 we recognize Declaration i Is then tn'tbe'pooc' '. "crop," the White House took us by the hand* sayfng' ;

rIM Fenon or tbeee about to marry,both male and IsvrntlonofoprIng. I as tho true foundation of &bbaeco.. The'accenat given of this is so "Wem see you$&inll1 Waauia 'aa. nowplasaat
nDERIFFS& .OFFICERS Itfcef n&pi rot-a"; beMttfal I cboeoUte eotec, aMt stale ia ererythlag eoaeemlng tbe phvaiologT and reJa- 6th Judicial Circuit-Spring Term.' Independence that. bjoin. the country ar! fa," said Geoarat
OT1IEB COUNTY hail with
**>be ebaq14 t.oJWllll..b<.e1tw ocereaa.tHitUe tioa of eeznaTfyetem,aDd tae Inrodaotion or Pro- craticgovernment.andwe
tate ef ikw .._ Ztu __blAt lor en laclndiiur all the new di x reric* Hernando county-1st Monday in March. effort W\val'd'.mAking 'these most cl'l1inguJJhju trait iA.M agricnl" Grant while standinj; at the door ard coatea-
Sana, Feneee, Carriage and Cat inVer*. PaU*. aad ererk fongireniathKngli-"1aDna,bT William Hfllflborough county-lit Monday in April., every living reality on inch of American of Oadsden coauty prior to, the War. was plating the pielarsqua panoraaa befer*;">rseyes.
Wauczt.wae.Ae.l! ImaifnmatM..Canal Boat T'L)L. D. This 1*really a valuable and interertiBgwerlb Polk county-3d Monday in ApriL every ..neat attentionw,was dna t9 the'.e.l- ."I shoald always like to,be fcr away

LEGAL BLANKSr VESSELS$ AND 8HTJP7' BOTTOMS,- *der,and ItbwrttteaU fa tthutrated ttteia wttk laagnge wpwd*of for on the'hundred general Manatee county-4th Monday in April. t10D Of the Cuba toto.- Th5e tat_was from cities. It fa CDY.'I haft been bIR

It b and VYp. AH young merriea people,or taoee eon- Montoe county-2d Monday in May. PEX8ACOLA OBSEBVEfl, :by ..'wor: iy ': .&. bytU that I hare comaienwlto apprecntette ebsrfBa
OnyU.'XetaI aM "
Manctnter u. teatplaang meniaau and having the least impediment of'?John, Sautb, "emigrated from of country life. -
Vla,(OM Fall Term. 4
c EVERY DESCRIPTION fag UJPe1''M4&tM ps .roo aM..psinifar IIISJ.1Nf1e te Married'life ahonlL should wad be this book. It with.dlacloM' Btillit*e- PuLlithed Tllrwun.. r, iisTaJA and settled f fa tha.vlcoiitj.of Qninoy, '..,You see the Republican at. 2>r- ifta

I, an.urp.e.e4 for boay.4araWUtf, eIaaUcItl, tea mite book that that every most one b*locked up aoQnalated and net Ue abcMIt the Hernando county 4th Monday in October.' the year' 1825T., Ti 4 tWall.&llll&.u 011.or prtet dte order.at* *ou0yjp *1t1he4zYeOIS II- wffl eappty a pIII1ai for year DOM*. n wtabeBt to any one oath*receipt Fifty Hillsborongh county-3d Monday in October. WILLTAlf E1HX COMPATT.: 'nl1id :ed'others t,go into the setters 'Only La deteert proi icsapc

thtFLODBIA tOIo ,. Addne Dr.W.Tovxe.Ke.418 Spruce tnei, Polk county-2d Monday. after 3d Monday in ia the'coue oft fnr! yean thafCoba- aza. and rmal speeches. _

UNION OFFICE. WABKANTED! IN ALL CASES above yonrth.flU4aipbis.Iy October. -. S\-JlSC.lrT:. ".became a staple product of ,the ,country,. We tookjlauchcoa ia Gakaaiand: tM:5et a

Manatee county-3d Monday after 3d Monday only if at ail, to cotu.Po. 'a nwa, keeper iatrodacci us to the mayoat of|wa&&& _
(" re. 4 aad printed a Terr Jar*uj'- J. P. Orerceteen, ftmnder of the old and favorably Twelve month ................. -
Jtz e&IiIe****.fll.b we ar*prepared to furnUb them a*above: Send fbraelrealarwnkb chrei fU11 partiaHtan. kbeva hones of Ororecteea 6 Co. in October. Six months .......M.....:..:...,... of years immc lw ily preccdiag the warmth stoat red-faced penonse,who seeacdto .
1&.fewest eb price follow Km Keouiae eolex tnaded te trade mark' Monroe 3d Monday in November. .(In advance always & fad'fv _
a* OrafUw Mineral hb,"- Aidma county- ) uct1on of this staple within the limits of the 1 hrh opiniou'ofhia eemm
(ncx T. H. KAZST.tl GROVESTEEN. FULLER CO. 1th Judicial Circuit.- Spring Term. 'i'LU long estahli ted Journal become very averaged irom SOOO to 4000 boxes 'of ftaaion oftsred him t fnvabls. ..
irrKtmxo conzn.
) mey.3a "_' Vie.So their tie at this time,la.vl v.of the fact that .hUDdrd pounds each'aaaaa1!} and.readily br. which he drank atone ffB% a 4, P8
..tWeJtraatlbrCommitaumt,._..t3 O --- have rumored to Dado county-1st Monday in ApriL effecting her Railroad comtntmi itloa with th&N on Tie ptantations' ia cash{from which'followed 'anecdota wiia trirlA'1'fct-
weet,and becoming apoiat of interest to ut '
aAttachawntWri,.i..- .a O !N "Warerpoms, Erevan county-2d Monday in April. meikIl 1s derosed to tbe-4v lopaMntof the. 'to 50'centi per'p UiId.- [Aniess'anew i ndtoct1k.thal -. i'ItI

oIa4 for ladichnent.. ...._.. .. *,( : Yolaiia county-3d Monday in ApriL interests of tho State of.,and ia Ua local Income'td.
fSoardi Warrant, .., ..- ..*. 3,00 Eoll fLL- @ 55 Mercer street, New, York. Orange county. -4th Monday. in April. ment and Timber devotes trade pedal growing attention ta to it thtmmene..!\,. aa & werq ,generally madfttby aganla .of w"Ulyrw 'Grant, our fePov ctIs.iv %

Commitment, ............ ...- at>0 Fall Term. other comaelcial iteu"'hiGh up to the careful reader houses seat oat,from Now Tors and elected;the thing to cWsbcst ..
V.rruit for Am* :,.... .., 2XJO PIANO FORTES.'is indicate the development of thy' swu nutnn- rcon.Tbe_ grcat advantage attending this publicans and Democrars,WitnttheGeneraldfott'aT. )
I co Assault& Dade county-1st Monday in October. gem ef Pensftcola a*a porLAdvertitement (: .'
Dat.tery2f.O"oaa. ; 44njn nanii fw-wdM t nfl ZmpspeTi. m &8 was that t12e prDdpat.IaW' re? : .
I .... .... 0.e .... 0-. ....,,2.r OI' MT M clwryad U FvbUBera price*. Inmue'lD he'deruD4b o.Forie.I Brevard county-2d Monday in October. **olkttod._ : i saver aad heuso tie crop xam E on-be- position .whfslt pT
apfaa ",.aa.at.a..a.. .... 2,60-I Allied .y sin i Coit: kw* file.Jafiirm 1 ". the* *"country farfftfto, have*to three compelled times o their*to extend former Voluaa county-3d Monday,in.October. .. ,tb$tayina by otthe cotton q&D4' the One clay w"of J leetr.rIa1 t.

C 1-.,..... .._.." 2w 41VC at ta carsfui WAdtmrtetaf.AUoni suonziuu.1o4uir 1I 4ce and havtafnaded! many new Improvements in Van- Orange county-4th Monday in October. 1 kin;waspa oX the samc' and th handling te intended doing after the war. I.1''

,.l'&bpm-, ...,-.... .-.',2.60Ass M1aw1rcd4wp@7; I tfaetntiBKwe abaa eontinw 10 keep Gar price the BLANKS FOP SALE !! boxlng'jreparatory fo staidna1rt6rimarkt; -AfUr the war rWil111o.' MofGaJeu'WwWtIa""M
.., anslt 1.1\ l'rbzto4 aIM.of Sewipep. for aele. same u they always have been the lowest of any flnt- ----. --- 'T ,
,..., ,. .... ..... 2"'-: Usupl si 414 ptests4 for Cn.tontrs. clam I'\a 0rI0e maker by at tout one third, Mid. wereepeetfolly be'done only fa damp.aad nuny:weather. -P1 e 4 .
L.AidaiiitConiplujnnt,... r... ,.... !O p WlltNM ole.s a.cw4Ucer. eollcU by parue* about twrcharinz earn- PRINTINGOF ; .b&1abotv could not bo eaiplaye iao t-; mr hoaMti\.1ft1" $stssatok :.. :: .

", 11 kcmttt far WitDea..... 2OOI.xlY&esu1. I */or IJuA Ma *n oeielly eotUteaV .__Icn wtlh aU other maker > July 30 ly JOB DEEDS, _. .-work.. :It thnsjcawe; .t? .bo_esteemed "by, mrc1r; .16".t.: : '.',, '

+ ; ..... .... .p.. .... !.S.".. ..3fkOI : HILLS OF LADING,, cotton pUaters-as an extra crop the avaiw : TM1wito.. ... 'f -

.b \ "n.f; : Socldand Lime EVEIIY 'DESCBIPTION DONE. Al, ,APPLICATJONS ? which at a general thing. ,'Borer than paid the abee:;''.a m1j '- ::.. ; ,_ _

-- :' r I'ORIIOMEffraAplJ., ,. tire expenses of;tV>:tiantationf .witb.1zt::''Of.m 110 ... y __
1 haM aadYormaleia taU to nit, by ., to carhul tho i- 'te..p'h.T fo "!- '..
g.m$... mli'iroUcl Constantly Job _? :'. AND LEGAL- slightest-eftaatta* J

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after being issued two weeks or more; for Instance thi Iclztir $t&- America, 7s dui lifirt $tt fen tf< ** A** *- Crnz'i ra-ARv.u% or GOYXRSO r. IJftrtrid, e,1 V V 12 V 00

MIrPib your issue of the first of October raachcd boat IIesp.r1estni fowth txpL-t, and the party that vvculd thus unjustly Ritt-A.: .V4' of Jackson Uildrbrn4 VV &

me on the 17th. Now if it takes 17 d '* fee V iou; .of tha.. arm* on hoard V the elevate bun ta.power *shall ba itrengledin iUc w&$ be cf Trade room, on nishcdap ,e j 4.&) Tu 'w JJ1TLTLI7
blood it for.K ?? &&&, V 28 25
the cries
IT a Republican to travel S7 miles hcflf! % -
JActGx :, would it take papor to reach California. Hf <2tar !$tfl$$ Li *t01 the canw. of much ex- If one single Democratic journal the LUi1- Thunidy uig7 bOoreruor Baed and 1j+pJ : itco

York paper (The Tribune) fails ako.i fe f ctliaeai! .Th Democratic papers sort that ted States has expressed the faintest condetapaUon coaWitbt.1ui condition of public 60 C2 **

OCT., 3*. 186S.No had no news sine! the first of thklaonW; t thVaitoi were destroyed by'Eadicabi the of this atrocious ntterafipe inHbeir J""- ifafr*. hsm4'4v1; WM attdl by many oft plor V :
Tours V ttf' Orjsa, wabave failed o observe iLAfld ; Y'.' '* 5k 03esiing
2- truly, of making political capital ; also, that our incit ptominec'Vbysives, and iftyor :
ogt. 20th 1868. purpose now comes their candidate for the Vio&- .. 3 Q
notice will WUkenof taoajmcusconimuicAtiona fbi arm were not the property of the Stat of iency to give the official sanction ojb 4>lacta Hopkins pmidsl JTha dojj nor, m the sourse a 2 CO

,nn cunc and address of the writer but Arkansas. The Republican papers, on the their open adoption of atsa,siiR .* nj a of his remarks, d This is
fjiir1It 'complaintswhkh
nut t*gifea. M a gtutf&nty of good faith. hand that the destroyed political policy. A dispatch from"8i.L'jttIi! lest court that h 4 bc6acp sr'tyerfii'n'" o 1eS5fef-ity4ZaPe1.4n..V.. 'V
are constantly pojnitgjtp us. Tie fault other assert arms were says ofUon. Frank P. Bljir'i recer4tr kfpeih ia lS3I$9anel86I. .... 'V. 17300'if it;

W, cannot undertake to return or proserree tauitbawith some parry: cr p4iti *ao&JQect.cd by'Ku-KUx. Capt. John Ford, of tue it nra- that city : called CinieMaliv i Lf Cthee Jiocnsjructed6tlu .J-. P. Sanderson, for lrof414ii .. TT1LT.1V.1&4kY&V1r'TI J&o,1teoVolfr,

.amunTcin3Erwhtth"_ fHTnot osed.- wSbnSenPosT fficT rTIc tog -Nettie Jones, which was impressed by the "Alluding to Ibq recent lUdical victories, Le ndtrutrfd_ that a latter feeliny might vices .... .... .... .... ... .... .. Urri to FK1DAY meet tbe tnorcte tt.te on?,lit r.turaJr*tir. ? aIJ,
!!Iu regarded them as of tLe .ft-at of tbat le founl WI7
of the seizure precursors
the particular ____
masters orinsli itffe'ts both: irlt is Lard that raidtif/fivc V
or ba said would,w'n. Tney ceodibgi&c..5 493a
pz.td.n(, patty. Democracy, abiding iteni; fjr thelf $utba PPOtV1a aintsoing -,. 4000
.* even U. Q. oCcrs- and;pottwularly in the pos which! f re in substance a* follows : had everything at stake in thi* struggle, and ii Painting and whita shlnV Cota I':> _V_OCc_ on 8&oimi' i ba.i -

ULYSSES S. GRANT. tal departmtnt-ihoTild hAiled by nen not only The iteara tug Nettle Jones, Caj..t. Ford, left they failt-d the Republic vrould bo Mlablialtd. integrity of the law, and while he did not room; mending Ea&o ......-..- '* *4'00 ._. : : B?

E *- the wharf on Thursday afternoon, for Pickering Grant KeuIJ ntrtr Iftn tl PrfiJtntMV snaaru' Oik then cr ctpcct tbcu, to ecdori*? biin j>oiti. Grading streets, having rand, &c.. A3 30

For VLc..PruIdcut, so wicked in.their disloyalty, but; .so contemptible having a barge in tow. The tug reached her tally, be did ask that they would ana their in- Blocks fcr city market.. by 'CiI1 iVfVVaiaIgo V

COLPAX. in their manner of fratifyiag it that they destination and landed a line, but bad scarcely uat anb'jrrille(jLacuresten- ucoer enu I Iwj f.uene to prevenV, ,lhaCtaa t nt cl i inff... bt- *ff A; ."1;uomnuuco... .... .... it) oonn On the St. lahn's: River t
will even stoop to stealing dfd vtroyinucaa made List, -when! the scene wa*covered by men, enough, to be sure, thovgU of Uttl Murphy, meaUjfoniUh.J pis.. V t V *VVV <%*it l
L securely massed, probably 100 in number. political eigniflcance. But cow that ill twcei the executive. authority and the opposition oneri .V. f;?..-.' T.-r. .. 208 50A.

; paper n o foai conu ue 10 wnu uiu They quickly boarded the tug, took peeon Editor, left by the repudiation of Th World that Irii: t unhappily tbaracterkai other J. RaiisU-burial oC pauper..., .. 1153Wra.

R.p MU A XonalaatiSMEti cnv.ntt "t. paper to oar correapondent, and if any more of the pilothouse end engine room, And ordered the recognized organ tf the Democr&tic J fttty, Sla'ca. Tlit Goirernor'tf rutuuk wwte rtcaired Cautlrn V a t ancs3mj -

JACKS03TOI.E, Sept., 21, !Ht8.A complaint* teach us we ahall ;forward them at the captain to start down the river n* accordingly repeats the atrociou doctrine, ard rflbin a ? t y .I ; .-. .. ...j ,,.-.. Si 33W
Republican nominating Convention n-U be once to Wiitoii with the n&ae of the posttnaster ordered one of the crew to cast off the week thereafter their candiJat fcr thn Vic with grtat'good feeling and happily reapoudsd ; S. liawsontxpenditures

onTcxsnAT theSdoty sf line, and in a fe* minutes the tug was rapidly Prcsideucy openly avows it, tie t icqiij becoce to by Mr. L. I. Fleming and lien. J. P. San- for city'pawed ty CounciL |42 21-
iEBSiasw .
keld the
at iraere irrrgubrity ..occnri.O teaming down the river through the Ohnte. s'artingly peitinent, is assassination of obnoxious arion'vbo? flcJg&i theirsclvco to Ihe majoten- \f. S. BdWKDti>t V 'itsrea V V T d.eb..Z.4t.si TBilDrq a4
SOTEKDEK cext, at'8 o''' lock,i. x., for the pnrpoae Upon taking possession, the new commander I're&idents acknowlcd eii pl&rk in the for city V ci 10W.U. o.o. r. s.
Y.- an aic of law, order and good gotcrum,at. The pawe-ijbyA'uncil. all tie trachA; 1ev rattt.
of nominating a candidate tar member of .r Wazbtwtoa. C rsspu&.v.. kept a vigilant eye on the crew, not allowing Democratic p1ttform.-Tilve. RawaoatpxijondifeCWr!. Toei. frQUi t43w tp my ntfl cf ?ots'vf V "

one of them to leave his post ; tho ccffiaeorwa V ollowicg rcsjlution was ucauimot'fly f aul : for the I id Coaacil.... 40 3w. Crrtk......................... ,I
Congress.Each" .- WAsGr D C., Oct. 13, 188S. any not permitted to oil the machinery. When 1carcd: lhat ia tnt maintenance of quiet S. pi ; ; TuanyMit bVVOY I1erd'e............___...... le
of I
: tot will: be entitled to & numle.r The rheada aro endeavoring id creatatha miles below Ktvrs Itcmt.Fenian iud involved VthO inttrt4 of &Vti V V43o V
copp approaching Cat Island, twenty-five peace arc highest for city passed by jncil. ?l 95 %
d lerato: pjaal lo tho number of its member in imprceiion all over the North, that the great and near the Arkansas chore, Capt. Ford prhonert at Dartmoor &tve tu bo rr- tho people of the State; that te sareat metbod Commission on mart et rente.2 Of ri *remI.' wf. f Tijior

the StaU Auombly, I I contest which is now being carried on between was ordered to run the tug ploogaide of the little hsed. of accomplishing thi* ii the obedience td law, Services at City JT'tfiJisl frc/w VI

State Executive steamer Hcrper, whnh wa tied up wooding. and wo pledge to Ezfcutire of Florida, our October lt, 1,07, to July NOTIC3THIKTT
By order of the JUpnaliean them aBd the Epublicanu,ii like pnjcedftgoantest IJta.: Tolk, widow of tbs late Bishop Poik, is V
the loader of the m- cordial co-operation in hiVe2oiU to DAT n thrt drt < Uw
Daring the trip party hkh pnunvs let, 18C8, a'J$25 per month 225 00J I r *0 aaC r, I *U2
fcsraitts*. -en ordinary fight between two political for mod Crpt. Ford tbpt thy tended overhauling ebout to cpea a school in New Orleans, m order and to maintain the suprt>mair cf tko V -* 4iO 79 apply to the Bon.\Tm. A.>{eT>> .Jud j* f tt Cmia>
EVWD il. CUCSEY, he trill ba assist-e-l by her daujhtor.Tbo tjr Court for I>ir' I COOK/. JTijtUi, t>r to ord uto'l
partic each thinking the principle it advocates the Hesper and dostmypj; 'V frms, law. Thebaut &. Burch, balance on coa- tU X*&l S uto,in r>W Ool-t?yr .f U ari WiiS

: .. and propocc* to apply l.>rt calculated to give but that orden had been issued to the OiOn to Emperor cfRna'Ja'a private top.chn.in Wh.reoponthe laeetinp adjourned. .. tract for etezm.onofjcity narkat.. V *5 00 drion,dcesse4 for the paipcw cC r yb tha &bu / '
: harm no one, and to respect all other property.In iiJJmd. Tho Krnpcror rgtr'-rartl hm so 1 highly ** jC V 'ii.: T. Mat&sMMte.tionnd the sta. V IIOLLAVVXDI.SherffDn's .

." itrangth and stability tc the ration and to make obedience to or-'cre, Capt. Ford ran tbo tujaloBgside that he made him 'cunt. g.v h.nj c. scat in .UHCU Fr..k.&If_.. .j ,i linin< fish stalls, &c..w,. ... .. 79 70 the..*ae !iarcL Cert4*.T. ttiucin.Oct. e .

NOTICE.SUc our peuple prosperous and happy, Tho oopperk which ws no roontr fcccomplisheJ the Council cf St.Ve and honoto h ai in other A Epocial mectics of Council coTenUon 31 BI Bovru, gas furnished city In- 3 4' 4 IT.

: Scrip and Convention Scrip will be .ad try to cover up and keep out of tb. people'a than, leaving tr'o of 'heir number ia tho pilot trys.Laboulcvs. Friday, October IClb, 13G3; let 4 o'cloci P. SI., terns .... .. .V; .... .-... '..... 2S2 60 ____ V -.----.---.--..4VV _$, ,;'"

rrc*iv.a at tbaTIoI!: office In payment for rabKripUatuaad sight and-mind the real June, which is not house, two in trio cng'ne-room, and ore in the hw bam laforniodby the llmis- fr the purpose of nrvaruin unettled bnsines. Cl fkof VV JNOTICE.S V V V
cabin, as a guard over sjh.emttut 8 0 cmU, on the dollar. what party chaR the country a.s to re- ter of TuLlic Ine'.rudion that Li no longer Veitt ? kzoncri:
gorern insulted their loader, the ppjty: rpr .w biardtho to trraittvd to lectuis et tha Umvornity >fFr Ills Honor Win. Grotbe, Msyojt It.,1reiidin 186S, 25 meetings thd rocordin;. ." ISO CO 2.bIe WU1ik! tC1VW

=- .1. -.-- fltor it to.health end etftpjUi, Bat whether one Hecpor. Little or nothing was said: by the {nce on lha history of the Amrricai C
It isRttd.thatOeorge.Yrauci Tr*in ptrty fchall attempt to do that or the other shell boarder, who evidently had en eye to buv**5S. tution. SiegerJohn [3. Eennian'1rme; ; Livingston.AL'ant culTsrt thu.pond. .... ?... __ 125 COTbos. tieefsai4estitydeiatr.d. V

fan cpm af&toi, Grant and Oolfar. blot it oat of the family cf nitioa Proojinent They placed the crow under surveillance, and Th sumVsr children tttynd.cg ichoo'.s in : AHerraaa Crtly.V llaiayj: erltb' p theMayor't V 49 no;
commenced the work in hand. The #nn bozea The Bostd hiving boan called to order, the docket.. .. ..d:. .. .. .-.... .... -7 50"vTiicoo -- V I V
ti. . Republican the "loiiezit" echool tn thrown ths Unit'd Sr-ites, Rcc rJnij ton M'ira tadopf
t raponiUa and .
-j ? were broken, the Rrms talrsn chtirram cf the Finantfr'Connulttj>edbraibi A Droxv oode 'farniahed per ToM Ezhermen. tpttt

Tb>?Tirgraia 'Democracy: *har decided for.* great deal of.the blood spilled, tree.3- Sato the rivr. Many guns cere broken before <<<\ bj Publinhr the Bceton, i, 6.000,000.ccreponiert For o thn'e thmoricftn Tax Coli'x tor'i final rif-ort for th<; yetr crd >rof City IfarshaL *.,. .. 3755'Aaicnst ie.i 4j

ore expended and' property destroyed on both they were thrown overboard. The pnrtT then 1867, vlivcU hating Ictn crfily eta Crui Bi.bee..4SaA..a.J.CUIuZLC.L. .t., .
to to take in the there fach m\r.3faftuie-l 20,000,000 l'.cv, V' J-CB, Cti
? opt attempt part sides during the far and for tho trnwtU condition quietly rstnrna-l to the tug, leaving the llpr tail books irp ysir S13,750COO.A V found correct and aoprorsd, on motion il re* duo for deuciency ia jet,. ;3 82IJ 0oerr. ..pf Lvxi, Li. iMm Tiiit4? E14w&a.asUVV br ,, V
Presidential 'election as threatened, iaepite V in ponsocaion of ths crew. Crpt. Houston, of costing .reived end adopted. F. F. L'Snjla, drafta aficouat of sefl4 IV: tirEkliT. A. ALz

Thin U cf thing in the Southern State since the I tha Hecper, cad his brothT, made for the oods Ksnt' hiin has sold J5,300 vorth of vaterjnclons The City Tre urer5* report, frtri April let contract for bni 5 :_ __ V V

of,tho law CorrjroM. a eurrander pf Lee. They have all along regarded a* soon as the Nettie wt &wa. At liiidni ht, this icaron.Pooria to October I6lh, 18C3, rs alro aalrtmttid VVl dO O.t city 85

rery sensible conclusion and shows hotrauchllglit Urc1 te war made upon the country, apparently the tug reached Pn'mt President's Island in the llliaoij, bag aa
iw been shod into dirk 'ts'bf the same character a*the civil wan I Chute below the city, and wrp run aground. compare: vorablir %.*iih tny. He l iy o'o motion TTM received and : dopted. fence to powtter inwtuine.7 775 ,

The raidora vrro takpn r.shoro in a okiff, which tined roi-f--iion of a oicsry.liod up piukago ollotters Ua motion, ;ouly! soconcwa, ttttec'ucs, Cancelled conpor.8.. .. ...2,82200 MONTlCLW, O11oZ sri2o ,e

places TJJ fhe late October sleefioni. : in England, p. the time of Chr.rJea the Firrt end wa *UEn; .!lod. Strict orders *rcro given to tddrca jd lo hia siitsr by t nico yu.cTf amounting V to 3,004 t nl we bond,' tinmathg One bond .. .... 10000 ST. JOHN'S RIVElt, '

Janes the Second, or M the lest three nrolutions -. Capt Ford to remain in the Chute till daylight mtn '"lio: "T. p.ivir-j ''ifir tttoitioa, otatioidriu1r.r1f to *1CO, ctncrflled by tho,Trf.-surer siaco April 2.S22 00

ia France, and have used heir influence to The tug rcturu! M ih-j city this morning at the otroct corrsr, a1 loiltp.lcd the let, for railroad liz, be detroy, bcin jf put to Porting tax notices, post j. ttanp, 46 For IT saie ky L. P.E'et D7zr

The meeting,-reported.in another colamn.UoSpeeVOoTonloV' 'y ichon hi> .1''' ili tribulinif, -cu.r: ,rr, g..Ing vo'eTes carried, and were d trojed by th" Cs.-* .. .. ..** *p.%. ." T 4 C i 2 SOs V_
the den irr&ysd.io Anns ,B'raiast.the nn- V iras V*
cause V "
Reed and the i j..e to every porson tnat iARnvian >,xetl. Board of Council. V V V p'r -nt. commission on'S,519 48 WM. LEE APTHOKP; V V

tios&l Ctff to be treated M mera rebels.. THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTTE AND Jlri. SET- lr .vrUrr on Icnv.it Ri: Rbrg, Upon the solicitation of citina ef. etetmerg I rsirer.V 425 95 ; V

leading'Cotnerratives of JackacroTille, Bat there is a good deal of difference between nouzu-A conferorco took plac' < tt Utica, on Prussia by railway discoverwl to diirnav unlese.>'s hailing from health y ?orttia'jrHtion. c'fl- V LandS rySiijiT

uxhibi a, spirit of nititnal eezion. a. tnnn beip f disloyal tora nation and taking Tip Saturday, betatron Jlr. Seynosr and envora that ho hid lost a D vtc9l eontanitgiOOO in of Ihs Utcmcf? of the r>?jon, nsing -4. V V ;3,572 54Eiamned. T2 AZ. V VI
rnd rotos. L/vvir-j the train tt tha first tiit they m>y ba relieved from the quiuantin 3 < found corrsa *ui pprorcd Octo- VIL1D BiniTZTIXO in a3 V
and courtesy, -which promises bettar arm e *ingt a king, a party, even a form r fgoverarngat members of the Nationel Committee lir. Seymour coupons tatioi hi retTiKltoXoni burgirnmeilatoly, tazr on motion of Aldsman SUg?r, tbi follow- ben 15th, 1908. .L4 doee, MoMz3rs4D.., awl itds.qZprG12re4

the fatoxe peace and '-vrelfare'of8tat .thar i is a markc-3 nrA appreciable caid any charge in tbs ticket mast result and foun-l a chill in tv fitrtion planr with iug resolution was intrcduc, rtad, and V 'cntnimoatly -' E. P. YTsrsrsa and 0e4 a4ii. list irctsa.1*, f Old eiy ,iry.i'drO24M4 Omi '

difference between wch a man and the men vrho in tile withdrawal of his name. He VM t.n un- his vnlaibloa evidently tixkiiT; tri'm f'r j5cturM. adoptwd : V : \ I JoN G. Saline, cormUy run aad Ctabhab4-( t
of V
Hhin amount roialiatorylare V
; cny Jit tt rsdirj, That the csi'tirj qniramtiaelati : :i 0: .S LiOr,
trios to taio the life of tb9 nation ittelf. Every bs relived Tho fall an OJit *'M recovrred. V V "
exhibition of lagtl ibrce willins cindidMe, rml rroula gladly snd rrjulations for the port of Jatiainville Committee of Finsncs.c'iitr :' OVT.RIa V :.
,.or.:.any drop of Cromwell hcr.rt3 Wood rts !nih. viai- The of the United State Recording to fi-on V
of the renpcneibility of tha position. Hia Army on Ycsseu aad itsuwa ninnujs ij y 1qZbUViSW.,4
AM'.et li;, 1868 tt itt
could do. GOT. Heed, Jn calling tlis He rebeUoi agaimt the Kin*, but he was a patriot. tore repliod that no chrns wae contemplated.TRAIS the Register for 1868, consists of five nrtulery, port of the United Stritt*, H frora tnd after tbiaciata 15th. $ :; 0 OOOV

meeting ia placing hinswlMfl immediate ; .to the core.. .Who think Oronwell could ten cavalry pnd firty-fivo infantry r mfcntehicli M oT9d, and'on sll) TMJ! end B 'amarsJrom V V
j with the sUC" corrie 'Jited AIonVt paid TreaaiirVr/balaoc! dta $ OP
forn Th
; nny port. : IITT eh\l! Biro caaw
intercourse with those uho aro hart: eircceeded: if bV bad trampled the flaj of ion Coxotsfs.-.GaorjeFrwicis Train mm, and 294S comrai 'ion >d officr,, the latter from the fir.t tiny of Xor-Tibar nezt, if tiey on report to October lit C51J3SRirai V V B.L V1

t his and rrho QrettBritainvnniV;foot, robbed her trctrery rional nomination.le inc"im,7! one G ppril, One LteutpnauUfsneial, rnjve with a c1s.n! bul of health.. October 16, & Kooprtaa ; brcs4frniah..
political opponents I, yet and t J8oatlv n3evorcd to diiintagrate'hcr tnfrire hrti accepted the Consti 'Io Major General and ninct'3n Iir.gaj.azs. 1868. -V od: pritonari . .T*. .. .. .... 43 &5 Honda for eu, at th'th*
: V
large fihare ot&&cii)- thinks hia election rrould tecure his own and City o1icsi..A..t. A..r w ;yf 254 85Wn.
compzia* <
] derided the mwiner and custom of 03llsiieart The Rhine is tvlivo trith wnrkm t/ectiaj V .&corrre. ILOBIDA LLVD

telliinc9"of the:State j in itnrecentingfo baited their trsditioa with eontoayt, other Irish Lrricn's rrlcisa fron Critiehactls3. new forts, jot petca is evsrynhore r'romi.d. City nanbivl'tr ccu.nt',for diaburrresite 10 r Caulk, on account of eieeie V 25 00 V V V V V
) John llorriny is running as th.rgaar tic city'-ftcconat,* roftfr l"taPn} >.ric5 Cc'nat* tatr V
theai, ptfaoiially, acd u friend t<a Lnd in'rome pert of Great Britain! under eaother The 1868 Atiratic! c We b-t-e-r. Ireland anj teL V V E. P. Webt.r.on city o Ury fund 20 00 2. F. Dev/ey & C
\ *" Democratic candidate iu the cane district Ke1* foindInd, which h.3 V" nsitn': V V *
to friend tho roil c d.itionofvat1air Ccg! tried to Mttbli h tn independent go rnmeat ; Fiorid Union OSi., pcblisblaj Cily TIOM- W 3. Ba' 8on, 5 psr.cest otainiaJ V
r4 ia
candidate. time isa w ri tad Horace Grecley h the Rcpubb'ctn rep urer's 522. V V J :ic.n on 3500,colls ted fr ir1ice n55.,t '

f end ilL flolidfing their C3-OpOTatiOfl-flOt rrvd soajht the assistance of foreigners to As the Renublic&ni in that district are order. B. Thobaut report, t to lreet wIU. $10.Tho m&rVei renta, 4c .... 25 00 T>rida,vith a Tier <*i V
I aid shim in hi* traitorous work P H* ccold not F. F. L'Er.tf 'drafts VOn i:itocM tall cc fr.tc.em their mr i.tooterniag .
far '
he.vot A copore.1' guard.to Aid kim fr inch 1iE PAuc l ii.non ArntiAcui ; E. P. Web''er ArC?., to a.1icn?>, *3., for- tcconnt of coatrtcS f>r buiWmjfa ti4jr : benefit of the State iThich they ppfe3 tolorey Train rLETivx.-1 ho mla hero bfn Isit! CCIVJ s* t n'thodcy' ?21. raea.Wm. V V kep'T'S JIIgeVacity ceaie'?ry4. 123 93 aid e-qttoii Cf th*Ctattrf I VV V tWiTb. V

otd forth ccpportofits legally pnrpoaej.TJTho thintd an} of :tho French revolution two pi tat mountain rixnges t COU.TCTION o? TATJCS in GCOIOIAGen. se4nI. the Rocky il iuut ,ius aud i\Jb\ S.'trr Ntr.le kcteo Jor lufrs 5 rai$3d. VVV ma of the St Je's Zt'.rO1tiag

ftleciiKL pVonxor has. ctad in. a oocld hire euceided jf its autL'n had asked Bcliock isaasd thi following piclarcaonthc20ta ..end rrc bcln ; rafi'liy puihol cr.r-aid Wra Groth.
: etraihtftjftr8Td! .end* nanly f&ahba* Eoiand and other pOKCrs to he' then trerk tio met: tho intcr eaiDJ;
tvoll up their country into p lty Stau, brl trailed inoa, wnc'j the ftCJu: Uailro g., T. J tt g44ta.blo hisliead as ss Wherces, It ij tcpottod by r'1kbIo citiaensfrosi that it would' halt at th; mountain laiu/rc l.rVBrrt1Ct1 1Ie4r- $765 19 *,? titbviq4.a
_ tail |*0. V
the'national flag through Its gutter of Pariasi tweiinj ,
: bhert rotny couctrce, th '.t preparations are t Tho rnult hrs bten that the toifoiat."j jij in- V than c to ifdtiFn.ntJCOmTflitt
** Our office 1. !I
had nauctod on the barricade! a new flg ? inj{ maue to pollect oncroaa tr xe j levied under tri ted vith its oonstracticn hi o )rcU ul>l'>i F. F. LEng14 W ?itr% weii V cri tbs bser', .- ThVVVV; .Ve___ ? V VV V V V V VVV V VVV

__: 33 .FbItier estrangement and thnore rhcae French reoltiQuists-rebels-rere men authority cf the Contitcticn of 1S3.\ -.d, failing thir energies RS the vcik r-.nt ca. TTtlvn 1oae .t cjy.c n. l.f.ceLg* o }' : \Vt\A13INE N.ws:

bitter prejudice* trhich eprang fr-un the trho h* ffrhat they.concaved t> be the bcrt Lolerests to collect, ly fpply the provisioi of the Imr.drol niilts! of the route l e* rca Oi'jl a (.n't V GEi&TrL1TA1.

present Coustitction, end thereby ciclude raanycitizona fiacramon'o aro rn.-.do by thq ln.ornotivo, au-I $3 ..tOidr. ; JACKSONVILLE, OCTOBKR. 23, iJ8. ;
poli&iduconteatspf: ; & of their at h irt and rebelled 1n4V
0 are i corotry ,
Past yr
from th, privilega of franchii> : the gap of fbout five hunired! milr-fl hfttrvpn'crn the cd ail. -' ., Jt4i.JviA%. sieIn sh.VrL.4V

slowly, -very slowly to bo cure, b.it ct31 simply: against (elfUh end C' Tnpt ruler Thtrcfar, fly virt'JD of the authority in movwlod ;and n-catorn {>o !jon8 vr-il be furlher itduc&I 1'A tcir g no further V unrfirsj V it V wsA .rre-1 V Oc U StbV ft Aanwa Vafttthn, Bsr. ,Ft* T rtrDibbt V V V

But the men who fonght a&unt Iba Arrtri- by the 70lh i: ction of the Code of Gor- by 250 nice tf.roV Jnr.arj. Y rJ!_, to V V V V *. V
slowly giving way to a bettor ste of adjourn. Oc 22-fcfcr l>*"nin, CaH Horton. II TT Prr.. GrV
I do the collodion of ell tha ss mnrvtlloua k.il tJ'rov r'nid
giR, hereby euspnnd i rogrcse
the lato cot WL Georms J fJerr
can fig during rar, ere nerorebelsaaInsa Meyorpr. /Oc' SO SU City Point,ilcNnlty, Chirk v>p. ts
fseling, and this improvement is iarreasing roll laxea until the noit rvjrlir( scnton of tho railroad i ro longer sx thing ol Loro z-" crnjoctnre H. E HOLKES, Cleik 'CouaciL' V VtRnDAn's t B.eCa Wi arc sir S gt 'arIut7 Cf *
form of gorernmcnt, try ing to n nerl Asacrably of th's Slate. -it i is tlriost an pirvi! si:. .... (5V: TI-ttr TJzie 1en. FitfT5IVt. EeaD& ,t PDtLVl. iib'. goe4e, ecit'tvg

as the ''coming events" of.thnrroaidentinl eht9 :e it t for vhct they conceived to be abettor The Comptroller On' cra! will fvrthvnth give The Conlrl Pacific aiiii/vl ( ,i \ % 17, vr -oho PCT. V 9tJTattk, t'5ld, Emtrprti. t, Jos kry, ft, CtxTef.Jevirj.WOTIW fv"if'.r. Wt? 2cAiu.kV ? W45 Viothh

election "cast their ehadc** s before. form. They aimed to perpetrate fflritiSt, I do notica to the Ts Collectors of the several ccunTh in hand the PnciCc l alf tf thoi!Ir.c, h vo JaiovzLi'eL/Oct. 15, 1355. Clark. t eVifr1lVafl..Va writd IeiL4e .
built more ll.f.n 200 miles brca; th fli>t i f Jaty Oct 22-Ctr henry B-rdsn, Crtfcfcer, 8t. Aotl' Osi DOW I ar wMsk eanusibs puii5I4siei
found ia To the Honorable and Ctmncil o" VOmr
not known thai the word ii to to Mayor city .
,. "Why not then taVe tho finr. stsp last, and br.vo 100 milc-s graJed :n afUarke of toj CamnbU. V ? *' *
lacksunvills : V Zcnw1t*tVt At.Iti are restsrVtI**Is' VeT
towards harmonizing tho diecordent ele- Wet tr,Irat you get my meaning. They iraated 7EHc'\ei'.ett Man Tn Trouble.Jonv thom tra'-k. Tho froi-ing c"nSdcnco ft the GENTLEMEN ; erc-pth n1?i3 ?r i >',atmfnt BCCP. f ftr d1' eeaaJptChztsof

not lo cut? their entire rocctry, which they< community in this rind tlicvn by thrdoiiand of n'.onie rccciiT'l anatdii'brjrted front A}>ril let Oo* 21 &.hr Xtlaiaa,L&abnt, New 7 oik J T CHJeiTiat teIr$1VITi
monk Trhich now dutrect the sttto ; injure Attrs AinsarKn ron KPEFITO A Dis_ fcr tho fitst bonds isju&l iLao- ? i Co. th* '. rthl: 'V' Vet V V
.bought tick but to kni.it T-acaasa It waa too mortgage gold V e.ml ,
to October lit. 1863, ario amonnU racciteq Oct i5-StTCtrJVJai,2Ic3rttJtj'Cliail UDJ er'jiBr fr'of e g5V stt a1VWA$4
it* credit; paralyte ite energies and live, too itronj, too Ifb-jrty-bfng lo cult their osDmLT Horrz-His DUCHAK F ON RAII,- upon, which %.*crc two j tar* ago ofilr d .V. 95, will erd ii dzbt. am1 rt.il* ,ora f.V.a.u..dI
L&2CBKT. arc rovr selling at 1C3 and mun ..i iu tu>ranc.y, } Oct S3 -Sir XJez! B Vw, VIterti, JtTiiasi: *. Dye,, l'attirns, WOOC mae4s'.44 C' PeVWp.t
destroy it9burinecs, and make them, eo elfsh, damnable! purposes. Every leader in and hiph Rhorliy. -Thf-rc Ls J uuV iibb&4.. U V V V Crrj**, W.f1L5.4fl
may go vu are V
Quit an excitcm WM created in the Torube very ri sp cifLMly, i Canons other 4aeat+e rSdi,ta pTr..iV.on Se tf8 n5
far as possible, all act together for tho this attempt tt nation-tnnrder should rnva besn Polico Court ycBtwdny noming, cau-H-d by the icforneJ, R probability thL the rc"naufl of Your clf isnt e-rTtnt, iJ cExp1eiL ottheehrtct Ad.lviu.V V itil S CO.V
the loan will bo ditjioscd of .vithin p.jslit'rt ll'ao.C'ajntallstij V V V 7 itOct74w IM Huair.er ttrwt, S tan,Mitt..
and their land ehonldhsvre
tmnjplArily ? llQ : V
public good.GovernorRftod. axrat by Captain Thon,of th Fourth pi-dnct, V V IlVEaT -X V V J .
cn bvia taken fron then ; aed all who p rli aided by oZcer* Fiian Fitzgera.] aa-1 Detmond ,- VV V; J Ctyi4lut3r.; V V -
: without CJ n Ijirn the particulars nd fo'indAflon 'f, tKo
compronua* irn''s rdrirfJ lit 353 to Csisbrt -
of John Altai tb'r.iE. K. Van Allca wxt jSpril ,
ippted ia the cria* should hv bet rendered bonds by itforcaco lo tho aivriu'f'cnjcpts. jf lh VV *" .
ing liis.Dim dignity ts Governor, has, better kno-rn: rj tho "V/ichf' Main in New Financial lel6iercbandi Prered for Cit Vltum bf IfiVtitu it C>.
by law iacupable ever after holding office Aircnt, Mesars. l-'isk : ILittli, of Licthre .,,, .f.SJ 0
Yort ? hn wife the of *4
rni ; Mary, en chargo > M*
like. Trisa etctcsroan end a patriotic ot tmet or prefit or of ccsting A rote! for any k9epinjndi< !! house at 2o. 304 Water New York city, elseirhtro in this eou.VrtA.4mercrn. Dray Licenses.>i. V.... -. ...w.'t .*.,# 255(60 JACKSONVILLE OCTOBER 21, 11U.Co ITS ct.nraT; iontrr' fro-. **% *t.r

cititw, ceized 'the 'first 'opportune' 'mo- tsndidato for a Federal Stats cr 'local offico.Thi street. Bar-room Janata. ,..... .*#.. /. -jJ3illit'lLrc.e ..vr t- *5 00 : .A. t7&ID JV*
.V ?:V. ,,,J TO O 1 ? r V V
rottowrjdi initiating this long hops. !* what the Soathera cwa 'export. "Yon Captain Theme t d his cfficTe rvJ.3 airctted 36 08 otern: V 'vrtb. filrwers! !% ? 6.S of retisUe! inforntttion etraceramsTIB 1eI4U.
hare beaten us Margaret Ware, Aiiu Riley, Chirlotto Terry, lk'CMirn, thofi-rnbel Uciqoiratic'g ri.nrRlj is Ten-pin Al1ey.Liceaeez..I.i-i.gn. 'V ti&t.,sod the ttdneeaenta wtat jt4V *1V
dovthusssyoup1eazs .
for'and'long needed peace. Setting ; ; mare Mary Kearney and ThoniAS Cu.- vf.i-id, nlias efrr.il to meet Republicans en tho yUtfrroi.- Ale Licone. ...." ..t"2:*r.;". '>".* r. '* '"' IK VAThentrs V V! : Ve'flern ... .......... Vt.Ibrd V jV rVVisV =

wiU|!3 yon should take 0rerythm from nj, "Bonlon Ton," whom they found ji Mien Tho foliorring letter, drted LafiyetJe, led., waeaddriikot Ld'cerur:, ....) -? .-.*.?>... TfitOO'hty a

cside.all political considerations, Ho nppetfa'teihe becants it :s your* ; hut pious epare n cur pl ef The cnuan for lh* defcont upon Allen's to him aotr.e; Hsno e fo, and rj), r> w rhavinp Marlrof r<;rt ; fi h'itlfcfic..t:1: V 44 OOPrivato ;' ,.. !. 9II V ; L
opposition einiply as citizens, liro;that 'we ta y be enabled la aom way to llftce WM the fact that Btnjamia Sitn, 'topping : been roceivcrl it"is inferrovl that "ho decluics tide walka.... ... .., *V4.._ ilTaxwforlR67 :ort.iti ;.;.:.... CJI300aad t yVmsflp, :ee.t 41 .
lo aoee t bUlc : V 44ltr:: V V 4'5 ; G or ia. li ( 100IK VI Boest.r, of .Thew,a t the ec'.St.PebsiI
et 114 Kooa velt ttrect but living ia lialf'mora _ _
cod asbt them cololy to etrengUien j prorlde for onr fwnlljss." Thit wa thi fsdinj, "sino P.o'lvrr' Bico3r-Sir : I am attthcri V *;WWTazos I VEVyViVV. t.VtEcr wheat......... 'VV : VV V
cl&m'd to btcs bctr. robbed in the V
pcmiiea .. ........ .. .
: hands In the administration of the |then,.frera the expmsiona, of all claut* of rnbels -, of fiftocn dollar in Treiury no'p Fw..nys i lied by the C'nrrionl Central Committee of foj.4'16B w,, .;k, ...6w*>,15z t Stpine. .i w. tfV V 'JAcIsoletILtz, k1gr4kc 15V

: crwacat and to zi tfcrotghout South, at UM doe* of the be enUrsd Allen's house r.nd gave Hi3. this district to ir.\ito you to a iliscns'ion cf th V V .801 33th : : _. T' V V : 4S.iiifqc
ecc thC9W91 bif1Ii.1i V >ci
-c.rioii8 pe1itk.t issaos of the day, Jn this city Reeivd of r LI lUvBICOK-
Allen 3o dollars forthe benefit cf tho establishment ,
the mild-mannered .. ... ....... V V Vj'C1441 Bi? 2'
.. C7Lcrn1
: ra They were as nen a* Ea.tcrn. 4.T
fake. n&afet4by teaching and:'prac* but fiaall concladed lo remain all tt E'.y tirno you nifty eolect between this nnd .* C v : ,. .V/t .s% .. '. ,. y. ;: : 'r.. .. I 4 cj 1 30 ** '
'* &ckhroM. ottha "letjiect"1 Il ?nblicttuin Bwan d bia the October elections. General Low. .'VVtllaco V V V t-i'-t 'c.-i-. V( $ I IU11L
YwtcriUy pVtV
tisiBgjtJBitHfal obeorvan e'of tho nigbt naming rnus? j. y .V .i V V (!
lairs, Ogres iave so ncch modiued thi tetioViof wallet containing 16, ind charged Margaret or tha lion. G. G. Orth will th'scops t'au sul/Ject V 58f519'.c3 FIn4tftndfrt.. '. Oi.14V l !

atia bjr utbg thelrinauence the vith V BLancetksTre..rsr. . . .. 53 06 -- VV V .
.cmog their pert-the pre&t party which caved Ware with robbing him, and hence the descent you. V h.14 (p0 lUoiiftvj V V V ; ..dt *w1
: .: -jj Ifr': "We have met the field of battle and I V v VCunbtr1a.nd V V V : OF V w
the All tha you on .r V .1. VI 'I ;... C o
uco°ogu 4 ndttq teucrd tt>*>atiorf life bjr Rj mlor ia the field r.cd iUwwiW upon arraigned bfl'ore premises.Justice Dowling prisoners, when swan vero now projx.-3 to meet you on the poHtital arena, V V- Vkt. V. krteciftd V 1 t rtit,....... 1&liV *- rfv ''JV tty V V .' V V V S 1ZTV .Tr*

tqc1kw'b7oakei8 to' rarel't th JLieqiBltlare bat ''those BoaUerafeaiioi to diocuo roaj'CcUvo principle and 1olitis. Be2ie,, .44 L"biii ; : c Uw"Jga
4t< ocr
made r. comjiUirt K ruint Mtrgaret, whom the 4nwsU j'nttt Qitotirii, 18G3. ......
for tue law--- ana- "a z V1 true T desire f r- -* f ? epoa became M tobl and d Sant as ever magistrate committal for trial. Will you Rcc'-pt the challengo i J" City tatfi .. ., .. .... . {J91 20 Ctrr RJbbei SM.,5t6ked V 19 9 iir j ..kVVV4_ V ..% *! '
"Rcsj-tctfaliy: Troh HTTh Fn' Tx:iirCtear*?keaj.jf.w VV> 9 VV 1
*t.reArid now comb ed"Tlth tie Captain Thorna then public'peacewhich only --law abidihgomjnnnx6es coppw- that ho had cinrje of e5sorderhhonsa Dopiocracynow tco ?hR* tti5 hr[&'riryI Short Clear Bides,' umniok< : A ktcpirtr r. T ** V V V V *
?' knocador 7. ? "'0)A !td! j'ttbe ortb,5hey cfmrtHot' poworfd to make against Allen. '1 fie If.ttcr iiisu- I j- th'j Xoith btfl LI.u! vaiu, i'hf Aiiguut p 1'w-. V VIV IP .., ._ V 3 V V V jV V VW V V 9iL

which. ) u.tfl the. ted that he wu innocent and claimed that uoto tua.) uinEiuuuon&iici ions c.LrVc8e4 ushi 240 20Dr.y :% ,(noncIamarkeM J'vi.tl'i-- :PniiIiV

.''Th1 end unanimity with I'i4ct. indnst y, itcfulaLL5d* patnot- afew days fast his house hid been used fcr tho pnrtytrn4|; continued taa ady cie Uconm'V V 4 w\.iM'V .V'V'V V4 14f V t &nad'I .. -t i.V. -*. V **VDuVbII 4 : VV j *, *

of the to from holding meeting*. CapUirt'Thorao repealed :olution M zealously M Blair and lIantn B.r-cmj '. ,, ..: _. j V VS
I'. vhjchthe ConsorTatiro tisoinille'awt >m RepvUioan party keep : goteg prayer it.in.?* 4tj i p .V.rV.VAmontref'nie4 :'-!-'-:: --x- V .
do "General Blair i1VVV(
that'Atlcn'nhouaa vras th* report of >i jau lo : struck tho triiasaua bvFiti'r Jiew'lrypi'. r'v y.I&t1VAyf1V1v4tf.
the G renxor iuhiaadv poresrion f thinteit2Iaeb. abtndoced woenacd other dimip\ted character of tl). caupaier!t inV his Urolhwyl letter, &cathcktLrJ:1: Hay, the 1o bao '----:-:-- V: _

hi tod pleaged'h1mc '68ik1iJ tt'lruteLt., *, to which Allen replied that ha ond nothing nnd plthaagh rono fooii.ih D.nvrts ,h&va pauperVi4re .a... a I p2Dc4bnda*tU5 iisz cutt .but mceliitt l.JO.5LVVtXL .

p>lanly, that on the (tholsiest tlUrch/, new but prayer meetings in his( place fo- the lapjciz ought to ftpologiTo fo; or explain its il.'rccl; utcranco Estate cf Uvrtit, for rldewalk ..nl'c-t f3V 5FIt ffii' o fi'i

port was eqTzaUy.gratifying andhonoraevfc e'of) thiilbehauuret.& W. cv lrul'rden4ebeir w tks. Allei continuing, "Yn r honor, (hey would Lava exhibited fir core V V V V V' V VV V V V VV tVVV_
I'io not n ddlodi polities st all:' nop11)4 wisdom hiwl they pushed his iJo a ilivelyen Vf VV V PRISX nrzr czxtz rs
i uch patriotic C&ndticf V ,
> a .thij who 4Ar&VV ; .
| tJ UG i L.: fi-- T. thO 3agistrr.te--"Y u are In wlipe.Un.h1Tbo ."- ever}' fttumpdn the east and vrcftt. Had, thai &iance Jo. Tretsuren; : il ii 97VV V Get, SI.-Cottoa.-Th. feloinfr wire -_ V

ccbe1t ant so1utione, endorre&bc'k twi4. :iot.il: police 1 COfl3idCr fricnd. I south ktpt'eiicntVnoVi/wlMii'A rcrtt, and tha .. ; V H4VV i.dv3 .- .VIVV? V t4 31.totf 3oitntp"-Tia1 ats1r2:1t2 -V.,

let.g cizena ot hti.bet a*!aetfre oppest don't think Captain Thorno would like to seome north roused horceif with t'oo misplaced fervor V VV V V V i ; ;. $ Qi.; 0, ?JOB

*f reeeAttnotlon aeararMia Coegna rct locked. up.V I do not meddle m politics, arid and vigor of the t-ouijr Blair's j OctovI IN7 rrT ; Jo D1fl.flVt.VPVO'L
Vin 4o than I cot to Tote if' 'will lot would have been no stumbling-block ite the CbJi *1 VV :
more anyproteststie V prorai 9 yon me go/ TWHvreriyw ssw ij"; >i> j .L .3IaU Is now tr
UI n. way of"Dlniotratio enbcertl -Uuteoiitherncrs ,!, u3. Toaz. Ocl, St.-Koa.y U fHtfctn j, jid
DoevUng-"Whit.do ,
rj. ? /Jod e you moid by
l nd4ang&i tbo 1tbet talking politics ? No one here'hM Raid any compelled the alug ish northern >? j %*Yintsofr aLT. L. JScDoca ,

much dreaded organizationof'ilfeffifia of the country, to place lit.race,or aUotr lob. thing about,politics." V .x Donvxiracy to ;qualify their pro-dftnt-ininBd ) ( &ctrvr.iJ.Sj j4 j.v. Officer Fint then n-i8flaa aMdavit ageinetAflwcbegio policy of ags eneion. cud as urao a cnroiia"attitnde.of JoStfJ1. ClM. 'tW/Wlltt/ V mr .il/iUa d *.t'?.*" ****** u c *i M ar4 f ? !{ Vqb4Ittet VAlrerttl -
$ d'Uaeea ir hi CaWiefi-nm- V !
\ftSS6tf an4. tt abQ&A, 4 bevsiup.j4b1 V ; Vr4 3 PTOVVtOfl&bC
"* .'"> *t r '#! VJ> .' ** *" i blmwlth keeping a disorderly : tlpfenc&: Would to- God they bad *- ( ; : ?'S 8. 32r ,, ;
**_& hrent.d ert'p"* Ikb bilk.k ; houee.V *' V V more alert'or'wf mote patient. 'V Paid Johm Clark", accaaati jr.V, I f'tP Whstrr .. Odan! atILc15. *sil tt.1td to.

W :a;. 4 ; jeaeuree wuiig br b clectice .f eyIDQe "Tbe iaigutrats required hinrtcrgivo"baiF in r itIat.'P f # ,IvdVCoeeTh.tf j i17 M I IVVV r.4)Naro.rI.I S&Vil.a& ;: t.splrita tyFLORIDA 0171CJNT
-3i-aot $3ftt4 .* UXIOX JOS
i-Yryx5& v io
&T ) V IT r: -r t ,
artfwouldb plec ez.reb.L ofUco in ,the $500 to auw& before the Court of Special Seaiona. sirnjV '
Jacksonville mud Vicinity.f ?/ V : VA1S V V VA A L.LL) if44' BL
.oibrce obedience tothe 1aws) todettiWhtne ATh'terfii *itktth. prot- Dani&KJmdan! of ItO Worth itreot, cifteV *V 5.ALUI4tau.4

{ entered into the re isite bond, and Allen was I : 1 dGOU4i 1fl$71a,
to ju flW$ oeeiieIdJr. -
; r released from cuetody.Mrs. aintnng I .gk.4Vi.ccupta.qtlXkV ziscid.
Ittiite gerninent'ofthe Btala.andy who riafad tWrljref jn ADen'and all the girli;etcei-t Margaret JEM*OKAM-H i iiJ.sletry.GovernorReod! ., ;fire enVgmna VI 4V V4 r'.wefrQtovt I whed4l pisa irs.t1 lDt 30. X.A rorSUDa
arrived m JfKkeonvifl(? fMm the'" North !*1ueI.Von ;contract tt 41 iQj2mqc4s.wy, otiiss 2QIosteat1 ,
; oto
Ware nnd left the evidently lrVA V j V V
the eoijntryfal t ->darkest'day*.. .Loyal otft were discharged, court I SOQi 53.tct4er thetdent Daily DlS1tt

fi 'fiLit th&t civil t trice, not only l ltIs iaItea'u well pleased with the final dicpcuition of Thursday, in good nealtti and'ipirfs., tOvJ for 'biilldin der1e1n.t .t'tl3T6 I ( 21.ni44Fk VAn tvin ..Il Lbe mwu.1 a trh, reKtnaeso
t iketr.duties bat ifn E. F.'V
> ,, pUt ; pie cast.AstKJSlnetlon. V Tj W Ojbera t'Sco[ } ,tyr MsoatrjvM I IVJWl Ycr n1 r-a.rroI. J .
srihi be1emeut V V V <; satre IctirVfQ?oua nukt VV I Cotton-M LId11DgIV: 3c )VIre &1 V ;V tvc.i.t.Cor in Ttt tte wbt.! CitVe a4Pr.
by train from the West on Wcdne diiv ijvo V bnttIt'1'lock a&ajj J "ad&r*Co.'t? ",vlv. U 1 ,00l I $7.. I.uru !rfe 1*5 .rt1 ftJT3bf4 # ,.IC'
.ljf V V V OJj t
s.a4 off QraatI Trsat.aed. V V V V
law andt hi:punishment bf.crr'imJ? / amuaiiwentt&: : St Augiikin*tbo'nrxt diy.' Amount Rppropnat for the Consoltdatiort I V V V 4iepare1

Wioedigriae, st puUc V anauioation of obnoxioas, Presidents inaeknowled ]% tival..dLa.U: <'.k/4 1
44 t7* i' 4pew4. wl plaak in the Democratic platform f ScrKiME: c-tr-Tho Supremo Cuurtof Flo.lida Rhoda Mol ,f r hc j.Utcrest. in 1 d1nns,13cveeeip) a,9U tale; rport, 678 UUa. ne"thonoct7 conioa4reroriiit. 511TD.- flortfculturiIAtor&L
tat the place inilhilrvtif & a tb 4 ; A:thrill of horror ran through the Nation when the public square .... .". .'... 1J.S ooDr. I CLS&LIErox, ictobtr 21.-Cotton dull, cute, 400 Market DattnUtfl5, acnri'V c1itiOte 3
fciljonrntd: ojs' 'Wednesday'. IIt/U Chief I lain midailinfs,iQcO.3X! bies.
; : receiptT3
WN (**w? bavaig-the integrity,of HheirptoserHiig oupJdk&copI1onfro kn'O aeure Western newipapor gloated" 'orer theurde'rof ., ;j. baikrpt1l &fservcee., .45t 00,I Anovsv&, October 17.-Cotton, inaxkrt CMV: Mitt, VTIZVVttITVOf tflIV' ? -
Vihe Uaferijh ,p *ident, Abraham Justice Itand&ll aa'JCA'l ociiitoTraiii'dS'iri'.rthsvcirturnod"to Dr. T. Hartridge, for engine hones V I 7tLIe ;middling nomtnaUy e, ki1tatrtt.Tate V;

rc-e ,4 thca: neither eeceti po1o xrof tbo4f Lincoln, "by a gentleman." But that was their feonjcfl m'lh'is city. The'nexteosiion lock, with'60! fcoy*. .v<. -i?..-vvU" / 21 75J. I itLIIOT IebIr1.- .. V Tii.T Ji

opa time sgoV KM how UOS doth breed a habit A J.IiuescJL putting on lock I
v' "* of the Court inU :Iw hold in Juniury Thee cswi; cr
t 1L AI; the, tacosT in a man! The tame 'editor ha; prospered *'' s'e & 'i OtfuiinakJttgBt1nyforCii. ) Sl.J-\ [( j I e tuPfetthte 2 bflu JS.. ci.., ? the pnttn cU1nVoaDt *"
1889. "
.-. snnotrsuiootbJyJtcloj i bravely on the support of approving Democrats, ? > at gino house.... $500John'QardyJfor'eldawtlfc I .:._ !. t _.__ __ flni:TbeVciklr' Euft.toow.&idr.l' b P"ddrr
t8gmdminitratioa < V1 : : il a year: tGeojt.>
and ha to New York r l *
coma and since 't14Yt5
; now, inV ? *f >A .ATlo osft
<"* f 4.1 (.4; 1 ? ito/
ti"r** / *IA# M1 j
x Htnra. JBalaonL Til4ep, and ScbeU have dig. Tobr refer rcadflr\to V "front- V V ) VlSI' V $ VV! )
*'::* gm'1 x -I r 4VOVsTiLrV'Q .our V VTha'tZLT$ $t_
,. iiaie4 woxknzr thwsn4ld&tio OEI4L'i1WOtld: he. :i" the. recognizod, !idoyMrbpelitn She advertisement of tho itcnry'Ii'urdcn'ftr.d'Oie'If. V V uIVV -: I 1: V nkt ?
kpokecmao cf he JDamocra- ; V Mr:* $
th.t4P1utotI ( caidvtepr; SC m1eL rr34Z 1S a4V
OT a J BGYLLr tic party. A* snob, not a week since, rearing -4 JfQ. Merrill,J-epaira' jafl., ; I V V V V .NOTIfJ VI thgiec with iter 1raS iVto.
AiL. iAj
; (0 ePDo tt"*! ,. _.1 s to tho law forbidding the nnreconstructod R.b. mad.rtgczeg cunectv4tho etearnc'r c.H..Athero' V 41fV 5.V I I) : VI inakini th,

XVilwnoi ffflt V '-.trg. States to rote for Preident, he thus threatened froth ai Itoj&Jiat passcn. Jl A. Barber, repairri ;.' 13V&OV V VV I fl.DltTt1 v ALOlUDA. Kd C'tiat the r a*T "y--rv W.llW!' 7'A
I ot. ucs.moe tS*Srml-iwklyeaa
Wl *r l 5 y -r K4WBr JV >U w PiVW ?/
life of Gen. Great V 1t1c.teTtf
the ,
IbMAgD lr s *|fft aj geraflRritos JtaliJiMiMityJa -I Q : gtrs cankcontriuo direct to St. Augustipa nith- V Oi iu.l ajsjjf ttM OraavLConnrfl, U.1*A., vrs1en'tTt coVnr1eTVVj1rtV r ?
"If ixo Selected by unfair mean*, or use of F. IV KEiisii; for re.ti-4ihiiyfY -'I ; Fiorl pill eonTuot-at Tallah I it sifa on bCWe methA1 thl rb* 3lo
f jK l m fw fe; yzz4rbo; cbaMe if be doe out 4eIfty at th'is'point. ThdjDurdch an4'thoojloall V11J p1ga DtTft 2t the V e
iari sj |Wt %|i ottM t. ftlejral power- not receive a majority &cr ?&coII. un 20* $3 V VfoIt" sfdrrao: itrt VJT4rIItGVCo
wpy; aiidAt 69iocrtW.-Ucket J rL'r Tibi aZkirzi on*
ftht.4VOftb. Orau wl tie
% ; Xleetoral College, fairly towiogjn the nwr at .. :H.- Moody V&u Bro.> ;for ;'& 'TWtArTtf
V Vg
$_ Lg.4A ecpy, and ft ftilo or comes Io hin sdeni: tut. Ifhtmki .t* Twridt- Baorit in ietrtiJ QQbt ZOLLJ ea ; 7 ; Cr.. !1s.V 4PI V VV

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& ; *4r Jic ;j a1% St. Johns. County; iAWAiz1NbTiiGN T :

$ W$ L1$1NbTNUTS -. --
3TwfrIII *
\V,4gxGTo*. &$19.-CovOde afr ,oJ PioNs.

bQt i11hundred i arQWri1L2CeDA
CO' fm.4tlszitwi4m'JVooIIet4 tj rn jvmia*ft i r afc pi4f*ufc >niv -.

*< l oC l t| ; b.Yn.to tVoJ ij ,,State; 5 .-
dajaiwib. ; AND FIRST rwz oirw.m'z,
md JUi'aj1. MRjJTr an ofucf la"sen the iWu Eiut*'of Ana DRY GOODS AND J&ROGSRIE- -

ftce e iwd, ia saU county and State forth*wiy '

CO1pjcke11on, tb. Democrat c1gtemc ( Ia k rteat ffcfcjit skuh fieUatrf mli mtaan4for.TTttEffS'iifftir 41- X.XQTJOKS. -

th4 oho; D.trk.t,. a 1' I i -n..4 Il: :

from with i. X1g ect1tLDE.tioaIWfI4t .
ChJDa -
.d, 3- -,_f t --qi----l -
_* pu1 ia .. bc3 1ic,
sLL : .t' % UqTTh. 14 NOTIOE Biig Admiral EmikTarUe
4ri'. sh, lncujoe -JOHN CLARK
vent3'4 o (thowuo IIOU4TLaw ate l'ttf wniiy'to-ttS Ura.a .
ared iht-r jsitHMl ii *t. Ld*Zp9t J. 3 adze of Vrtftxttc/for lb o.Mtty of 8t Jobn ,State .v.lI!Ie1i : aiczb'1,at10uteoiei czt.FigitB.s. .

of Flori.tR, *n onier ktteU be&uL *tat.rf iikb- IilcudCottc

< I o- e-r i: i.itisiHi: awzg 'Atl'/la-* I Ib g AndTu4ecee..c4,in, wud cccctjMUKi Htate'of *vt tIuFeyait MANILA AND TARRED ROPE BIT JACKSONVILLE .Vnd .a ...........3.) ,., -
I 7P Hkeiii : ff"g'frA t Cfeft (A41t.0sfiftf5.; i& $** Th 1drt fcnal wtaV
1re 11 6fiEd I* b f-W. ':i -.Ttlf-V..r-* r -,; ) : ; 'rThera dstd &4iciccs vi1I bezia2.. o
,rr. Mm1Dtrtot of&s IataIe Ct U. Mydieudecujsu.L 4 : .. Bal JT i0iitgp V V fo wblch only ens pn.en.wzU be eherpd.

:, *, fANCHORS *d4ilaj to*bip fcy t&U SM will pma.oec&r
with c*at once. All nmbaiHUM la omred M eooa Mrceefred

ciTedt XC J : Tiz .' ;* NOTICE I :; ; AND CHAINS One of the Largest on boarJ. BEiTIaJJn
Tee I Jp -": 4 4ra wj Jj..t* ,
fl4ceAO W wf j : of aa erder raaJe fcy the % 4'ntathTTre, -- -';-- -
1 ?. Iloccrahle S
JTtd -7U.*. -
tSSSS w& ref tie fk>unVy Court, lor-Uiu oonaty of SU I -
PaL IG 133 tf 43 .
.Joatatc orHodJn I'win fjr ,
taxation expose eaie, atuOL9.f4 rcUSc
**r* aouue ? ffontwf the Court llonwln wUi'coantr, on SADDLEBT, BEST SELECTED 'r

WOdSerAllorier.llV1TlS ilflA feOSTDAYj taeSd day et 2.'UUUKK, A.1)ISisat
!>partinextfc ipitrK :torGcn- La 3. l.ft. : % l o'ckia..n.,thefuLwwiug U *u'ibt !
.iil the E.ff tL fitoa to tW Bcy' MuJ tf|.i; iMi.v Mt inivti GZ ,wit.Tie: prdpaty Jrrtnra, M tlrt la, nella Ilotrt, *ifuitej i! SEA ISLASfB SAGGING ABD TWIME ; STOO'E

AhTTaS AwUtant, tnip Xo;;. .Cereial: J JVft f g i) >LJU.UtluciiiJi tts c v$ir? that the Bft'd'dcfrUj.' 'OH OeojgeotiV tf, cky t f Kt. AiikUitinc,'and bound) ,n
the SOU _. .! r. "T,n i%" fdl>eF< nl( the'MmiU cf u'the north l>j the pioperty ,oJ J. V, U niai i<>*. on '
wifl b0 &1C .frol? T'tc 1wJ 4W tiutii -j f the narft TJJ U
W pteI! ai,4iieI iebyvrdefl'iaLa lor. and on the m-it ty the property of Mart Paints and Oils all Minds
& K1 UGeenl ar2ear &t fl8wct The rafittiy I'once, and the lot on fyvmtit ntrfet, b-.ninJnl i ien of ; gut5t1, or
biving ZCfL\I jn- 1'L fi tU44 C1 tC 1 IS1i1p 'M ARCUt. the floUty,1QL teion;lag to L taiovf Jjnues llcrnandei i
4f)4niu bt1a th.1rt i &o4jjj- oa thg tartly) lut of Ulu llerniadez nnd '
ewTok dtoit ncolbtrlot Teas CblToes ciyciia1
rjttctionl1l lelt for .iu4lt ..ttc-
eit&rITf3t tr : Tic *mrlj J'rO rOVffO. deceaxKl,'on the south by l.jt of Stirhih Paoetty Furice, Soaps Candles Yeast Powders
.ii rossctthe ca4' yti01:"*ft 1 iOiAti rr uurjd that* fc>]iy cf this order be pcVtatuebemg 1 and tht by Spauinh crit-ct, aU belocirlnjj tj tl.t i- Tar Pitch and Turpentine ; CAT \V. T. MCLTt.

flerm. e tt rdla > KJoHfla Cnlffm," ati w ViM of Samuel UutEngiou, d- asc p t4 (J. $ week f Iat JXu't-r Inujt-ct cud after! Octotxa; 6th.will learo Ciarlcate
FLT11 LZ .rCh1110 .ipi* .jnUpube. of Carrie L. KalHijU'n, wiJo-vr of tu.uiutl O
esvca uii, ewgi, Orol1 i ilJadiij ia KaiAS. : p'uClnjti D, J'-cca.0. every TCKSDAY evening mtum*o' Iuck ,
( : ..- L; ninki CAMUE i Raisins Salt Lard Oil Kerosene Oil Will tea vo diTaaaAi viry WED KaDAT sttar-
ou.t ircrFncTo:; ,
.* & $., (; 11!! AOmln'ntratrir Leather Belting and Steam Packing noon ftt three o'Jloci, for }rerBaadic. Jacksea'Ui.,

it ii I': the zmhtary a4thfkcetheri.ac6trred trtsi.I$1 ,.4 L : : cL 4w .i.tao: Sc-.4 Uutllngton, on the ; Molasses, &c., &e. l'aIatki: ail lwci&4: on the St.John'Ju r.Eeturaisj .
t1tcer .
o .
wele CDQfl&1dSn Ultfict Sumter County. WOODEN WAKi: AN1> WILLOW TVAUE.Stenm Corn, Flour. Bacon, Pork, Butter,Lards, Will kayo 1'iUtka crery F1&tT morning it
bztr : ; uzc41. Cijtciix Efy i, (r'r'rari/ o'eJock. -r
ingth&t1Thd &trogid =- -- Cheese, Mackerel, Ham?, Meal, JacinonvUle evcrr SATURDAY morcicg to silt the

tU*toii1 e:: It j 31lqic Th.athsd4ytt t&,jImi.t..1 IL.rliut4. .1 : ,". -' K'OTICE.OIX Vessel and Mill supplies ; Ship Chandlery iii all its Hominy, Beans, ,Bico, Ud on tie tor. &1t5L Pemnandhtn JIFFaE1I KXM& E.O day.oet. Ata

Tom t1 th i4.S i" ,0i ergo branches. ] io itSeniiMontHy
J Beef; &c. fire.
TeMCi forusa' 1>: Mflltf. "Xc-i" JOT Jb V 12tKSafteriUteXTr.liip: y to the IIoinr.tL1o ,

anti wccitr9)cdInd zxt.. .J Jn bAtlt.L cri -iI&Lan1 J4.1t4Jt I'OMte LEiterwur.ry,Fk.rida,for Let- -
4 Southern ew&- ; .- tre of / dminljttaUoo Cn. the Estate cf JoLii Totnjkln )- CHARLES A. FAIRCHILD .FOR YEu YO1ZE

19.-On the 2fwth Cnro- nh&i'N : .1 Otis ., hue of >%;d conrrty. d.c-ed. Condensed Milk, Buckwheat Flour, -

EIcBou.) October&turf sifllit 1net .llaf t W.9t.; r MoIa. :' .-46w1 -,-- _- --.KHOUA-. J..TOMKHS. Apples,-Potatoes, Onions, Pickles,
huh B.tv4< W* &y 'AinThomu.LOftv ( M --- ---- -- P-eed's Block Bay Street -

ttsAa ae hiving M.i** S.irtlni Canned Fruits and Vegetables -
tV) -

o burg touri.coIWod *nd fire pewn.r:'WM**.JJr f-ifT' -. *- "' 'I : TJ. S.-NOTICES. ; 5-ly. JACKSONVILLE. of all kinds.A Line.

wOUWiftl.. : 1 ) .-,* 4 i 'r* i -

: 4&a,1ine1t ,.t&4rw'4w mwia tp appearby Jua rvaaf t.the; LARGE ASSORTMENT OF'

c1ALtTo$; !t.HLt Aguit P.4IwarJ.. Moer4a.aat.: itLVttAL OP TlfE tiTrI STATES, ,. '-' -
prSfl $ IUO thi eorXpnj1aiirn % Wlftnaa, Ou-1. i.'hatTi. ifchcl 'vVv'Pt. Anrfna. & Tou TUT XOIITKEIUC L>;MKirr orfc'T. YLORIDA -

.,f Cb rt rton,et iwcoiatof tb nnnfeof Bo- *IiB *..11. tr.-Jti. r.'h i outof ibe jjeJlf of Flonda.iol Ai u! snsr, Ha., tfpt. I, li-GS. I 4w ,.
wMWtll knownberc.. l)Tews q, 434I 1.eordth4ry iaw fUUi'JL ftfBen. irtc4.IeI. Wooden 'Wareor
dolpb, ibo 8 On 1fluU1 B. 'e i : Monition and Citation. -r -THE TINE A 1 STEAMS?
rceirod **5i y tbit fa Jfrwbern-- 'ILtT *r.IitornpIIflIKnt1t14r oidcrd II aIU -

oqi oesrIoG to wbts d9tt1e L14. 1'ki7e Z/.rf) ,: C'oarJ <)/" fie f. 'S.for hc noflrn Dii- -
_7 /irt ft'lornLi.. or ,
Next day n -
dtbM. gtow
iig o $ut1er LL.k1r ffcM coT\t ttts Orftcr'Vtkvr "
Ida of the sauflia U9
bs the hot si4 km.&b7 iown rti&afhiiD.zsha i4tJ (rOLa the date hereof iu tne 4To ida Union.1? .

a4Ue6tifl cu .Cicuii Julgc,
he es,1or4 p.ope ji ci1ed f JjidlcU CuiJjt. cklm jl.ppan1.unJfure and (pjtie an 1CUrro Fothihre. 1T023. OAEDES UOfl

IflOlTOvdtO di11B%iit meur i ante **UkwM I w ; ,coi.sis'.iiig cf K>v*> lou of j : : i '
O14 Ircu. '
..I.ILr1h% th diordets. $: rl4.4t3:1 IMTIj, $ t11 -'- I .
cttf Lt tb forej4 a Vutmiact to an Atianboivnt or Warrant of Ars est awl Stone Jars and Jugs.
ot0 11:.. At A mteting' lield In tJJfty1&a;_. h.A1! Ie P 'thIs oce.r itojjlicia uinler the mini cf law, and to rae ,
"mlth *1'centffltrfari''inM i1 :-I I4kj JclfVrtVd: 1 do hereby give public notice to bit iijrgon*, :
thiTaftmiooa to CTprws'indignation T >jv r1aj ,and nrral,and do jmonidU auj cito tlHm nnd POWDER SHOT'AND LZAD
: iipootcntr1rIiyf>rj Clr6V; .* aet P3cb of ihaniubuiaun tiio tf u aaid Soliooncr Mail!, her ,

nedtdicveebes; i JtnvtM- b *- aT U ? m. .. -. 4>eat t&vkle, appiirui upil CJj u. or Lnuwirg, orjpytlilnij havthg P

; f cIactor ,1 -* --.--- ---t_ Tfl----- 4 to say why tit siiaie eht-uIJ! Ect t eocdctnlied H Full Assortment of Seino and tTiineComa's .. ,
torcawTcr, ,..* uGOT. ni hfette4 cording tflt.e prajrrof saM Lib'-l : fhit '
Scott has ismed"prodairixfi r8 offcrfo'jp1rewtrdifor : Mrchn County.. they!t ufdapiH-ar tvture t-) ; s.d Court, to be KM at .- Azea,50 No. 10 Plough,Ftor Leaving Femandina every cticr SATUEDATThronjih
th5 at>prehec ion AftV-' "'* tr -i -, : the pity of Juck,onviliu, ia atiU for thua il zxoithtrtihsu'i'Ji and Wharf Tracks, Vheel-bar-

eXrt'tU;dctertnnatf6fv'' tp. tthtpuItic cOTCEL' : ( ol iiorivla,at tlpvcn o'cIrk in the f.irfnoon of rows, and Grindstones. BOlj can bo given tor Freigbt tr thi Un U
&ud \* r : SOMAT-tbe; SEVENTH 3ay of DtCElIBEK A. .- and from JackufMrriHe,ana alt jsartie*oa Ue St.Joia
tndet'afliszardi-; iqMEW I). IScJvtif the OLZAWOCtObt! 21. The ISurned itt *; r1E1 ditrI 't ; th It etlLer'11e4):' ;theut 47 of.'th'dicttou therea'r) i- -----. .--------:-_=== __ -=-- --- ------=- -ISSIGNEE'S -:-= 40 KEGS OF NAILS. Bate for nrnavreioaat good IS cat per foot.AVcii .-

W &i at' -idngtFt rhf2LthiIut t *!?*J WH a, Jtflewot-Probatt: lorAltci.ua Cooaiifn then an.l liter- to iaterpose a claim and mike ai1cgatini :i KALE.j rt good 7S eect per IOO powvdt. .
aid aenntti-.eIAhit. iniUrtuul tb.it bhaIf. t: H. r.EUD. CHAi. L. M\T3EK 2LER7'$ 5'urc For Jarj
flouie 1btec i. !'i t' I\v. Eye WHISKEY. thipraeou special wntraeta sn tw ads.P4S4CZ ,
*ctz ofthe .. : utJy iset$. I MJ-.x.&Ea MAUItUPEIt, j "* Will offer for rle, to the hi hsit bidder, In Stark -. '
iiderinjof the vote eastaioicg 'foe' QatretooktbJ rct : C. ofco.I1WIHTCOURT. w wMToc-: of tile U nilud Htatti j JLriuriila.cn the 33 o! November, 320 acres of Land PEED & HATHEB, And a full Assortment of : -.
nil1Dc1ty' bond Ml'-tr t v1not.; 1,:a. $6v.4 for the j:orthcri District of FLiria and one Wagon, the property pf Jame t. Harrison, Liquor rttc1.ia; rroia
Jsckscnyiie .
t 3ev York.... .
1 -_- n. t. ATrrttEWs; | who ban 5>ein adjcdguJ a IJnakrupt, on his own petition. Post Office of cii kin13.A.lsi reecndCiaji'
,$%&gecfthe bUt bTerthflWro; r.te'i/Ti5( tanother' :: :4ctTh U. K. DiJtrict Attortit-y. ept9 iiHPJQe'AkrIP.S,1)VPkMrXrOFTfl i Terrr. of ea'ri; co.a. 1'nrchirer paying for devdx tad Bnilding.YTliolCA'e other Articles too numerous "to -..Ia'urtnce by tli:.*inj os*per cent .. 1$0
O -
bitfl member elected'ty'dyifr! : .FLOHlDAf J. C. CUKELKY,
.Jrhres : stamps.
ami EstaU ,A mt la if ew Yock J..K. KOEEiTS.
budxetJo21ty anF1ttt in' 4?r C tec' tiV wnrf J> jit 4>vf; rn'r lf Aasib'nee. mention, all of which mil be sold '
,J cIA 4.Mcc.isBD ZaI.&Li&, Sotit, JscUouv.ilt, 1'ia., Oct. '- zTtc&nibetsstre.t.
.:; &'t ief: '' -- t Aiiania, Uoor.ji, Oa&U-r 1.Gtwizl J 1,1666.ASSIGNEE'S Stationers Booksellers low for cash. or farther partfcJar*i-urac( B.3. C.LX.
CoL! iBLeri 'nf f.I r m- 4 ,' .. Ordrrt JVo. 27. ) an; I ii iiiy ariet,JccaoBTi: .
Tb :'rrr ,, ty aa a..' n IC Conitt of th Vr.ituJ f : .w SALE. -' Wholesale and Retail. -
: I North ti"revcniAg tttf '3rNlchoIat ria 441 i .i :. npprorcd Hrei 2-i, .SCiit:a uu jhc dty cf tlicmUluiry -- T\7"II.L keep conitantlr on hand,at Lowci Price than --
Lonprorth.eacortti'to' .- TiV 1wlye? itoj!! .7. 3 -* a d 4UI2i1. : authority to rve.rrr the -erce at the poll* at any 1 "\% i.I oIVr! for eaie, to the hi hrit bidder, at tlie Court V > cnn be jrchascJ eff'whcrc in the State,all article
& .t.' : w1ytPrA:! Cbtu) ;f Ilouw in Liike City,Kiorida, otx the S9th ol Oc-ober. of .
Lf'u' in Stationery.BOOKS.
that be oS the r.nd]
tlie iteamer by a iarpj-irniabsr' rl -vrt icvflJe, Firz.1t. \Vhii tSindolr n.ty lias bcoum ur-y tIe ; several lot ot valub ills Lan a140 a larjre number otj. usLYJAIL ROUTE
64 : r ritr .o the Crt 1rus'i l*. n--r*vt 1 b* writ icon inj/emtve, lot. A. J. T. r bo II been -
: i-U. S. (officert, aoldiere aad cffican c tr rJlaDim cjeeLtthi Sxin the cxbf.nc {i-jhtira!.rnTrri. i.* in ths ju Wo mini,' j. town Ulonspog to Wright, SCHOOL BOOKS, c., ft.JciioSTiic.ri TT1RE3HGAKDSN 1
;4tr.id & adjudkiKl li iii. Teirnc.
i a akrnyt on own petiuon
kere including General 'fthnsKa/J aaiBocbanan. troll t5 e ret-ent nrpinizutiou u I civil eovcrtiruent, aa.l
datj di .PekUf .
b't .
M' &(a. ; Iurchi cr ti r nv 1wUe..1a and stamps.
flora the fact that Cergtei.a h" f.y f..itutu rrhibitcJtli4.t i : J- I ica. U
CoL Pop VM formeriy Oolonrt fktbeThtthird .t *kotuar j j. o. GitLXLEY, ly -
: c If ssn'-ary iorct iu tc- several Mj'.ej j
Iffinoie, inrteal cTfte'JWrTw3jof /k MtTIW11.CJtfO. ses'.e1duyt Of this lri-artner.t, i*. I ithfrtiutr.. cr-Ii rtJ, SEEDS
ii; .4mt4The; ka. thtber 1. .lBM.t.8AS.fIGXEE'S -
b&etoforegte& ( Ith L Tl.-t: 'iiTATcrui: iJi -trict C'iimauucrgvill, ns ooi; -

ore1gusw s .t rE...4-. jitnir..U Ai bir.en tie r -vij-t cf this order, dit1Iiirtii I I SALE. lID !YI IDZALEP. _

,J u.1.' thefr eoimn.r.I us fello *:
I1I. 1)sersiitei! oC i4 Court, .
October 19.-Gen Prim bat ib True uuiHj anrt l Uiui :rdr tepubli "I" :V."ill offer for FI>, td the hp-bestbbt.rat tLo Court FOR SALE, V.'HOEESALE OR RETAIL, THE FAVOmTE ETZAMXECAPTAIiT. '

Gea..Dolc. hie bocA : (&rle t.'hiz the In ttr Dt) )!ii of GIorL; Jilof in lAkc tity. FloriJit] en tb;30lh of October,
&dsM&nhs1ofSp&in .
; .. P t1. < *V4jire' U cfJ. One CJrnT8Ir U>: Jcfantrj- A.'l:.r.y. 2110!> ncrwof I nnd, ace Wan and one Mulo, tbo property DABLGTQ
made I>ck of Madrid. deputation o .,. li. hH. Out corn; % Jh'.i. Ji.tamrj t.. C .;u ilu". of John F.Xil.lai'i, who ii** been adjuvlgol B Bankrapt INFMiL7 :B-

lam haWvnTed,aad stipulated witUthoU t4j ii .iLh C&ICGU E*. On* conii-nnj IJitli Il8h'r! ) fLi a.on.'Oni | on ln. OKTI L.itjti3 Terns caeh. rurt'-iawr .JACOB BROCsvf !* '

;j ..,, ... :cijmtiuiv liilii lufiti.tri. lo Atku l.i. paying f Jr title and stain??.
focib nancipationTte cAL. TtAvThG been
BTa One coKt*ui' ICth Inf attr;. to T."a.st5nrir;, <;Vk;i I J. C. GKEEIXT, thtrnnU1ref4l4. IwAIft1
> *.. aic4 .u14y:) iV :**t** ** # *.**** -' -. ."4- *" Jiesimre.! E. P. WEBSTER & CO., JtX oa her old route between Jaciaon-rtli "aa4

Serrano.. Oae cmn >an I Oth Infantry, V> Amwlcun. RQCflIE price,stopping z t all intermediate point*, tearing Jac&
the act!of Prim and . ; > Jaskson\illP, I'll., October 1, I8c3. tin
1 %.*? -iCCSRTT -. Ont citaj>ar.> ii.b. Infiitrr, to TJtoniia .Ur.: sonrlLe every Soaday rtornlas:at 9 o'clock falalkn
$ of the nit.o ii ,$JLi cv AtICU One coiiipsriy (C.; tih C.'ii.ry, to Attt-n ASSIGNEE'S SALE.1 Monday morning 4 t'cloci. arrtvlag at nter 1e4newjayjnorninj
AT CKIKIIK*, .- Wholesale and Retail
ptoceedngnp41y.dthtLrTcGIvenorBi1&s. J "SeptVlTtnt :24rompauy tt Sa.'unmih tu he reinforced, iboaid'vy 1 I o'clock P.M. ketitniv-jI Liay, utcrprleeWe
li. Licit A3n 1* atrU of the 1 1t
Crril : betapointttlin ftp-I, \W\ -. .'. .4s. ilsrj D nlateof d JVut7Ct'c-t'' iijsn require, by mc!> liuiabrr cf the men at J'op1'uli.lid T oJTcr fir zalc, in rcrnandlna,en tbs loth of ; o- PROVISIONS :5 o'cloc,F&latka Thm jay njornlstf
i- i j'br-p 0
as*an bef'pared to 31 tbeiMxt. i vember. Jf'X acres/f Lriiul, in Worth county,Georgia, SSSf* arriving it Jackaonria I a'clock 1.it
all the r orinco Cgur. -
u-pv-t th(4jtCUtJ WC1 ,
j ,- .wI f ] ai-o materi Blar trips iliddleburj 721
onu-fourllt of iu in Cherokee Georgia the :rti' every *
feUo ,
r r35d rtatt, ; county,
tC '
wc4. ti .. ()tth U' vez.c (
,AUvalM |w Uj vi>*r8 of ago tuo ally j : 1's b&1n In tbrDftrIf: t cfKwS'a: yroj ry of t'. JJ. Hui>trh, lias tct-n adjiulgcd a 'AY.leaTir.gJaciwaTllieatSA.iLJOIIU

Tote. s 4' i 4 t the "One CKspnRytth Irranrrr, to MsriT-ia. Bankrupt, on his ov.-a jictiticc, I'nrcliasor ravin j for -A.ncl Stores CLAIUT Agrottr .

LDHCOK Oct.. 20.-It i is reported t-y ,/tti; ,.h.r 4 the Qf'rk'c.5 01 r44t44 "O.woomr. 3th: Ir.Stntrv, to fa!Jab **< '. 1Ld4uIld ttrnI).. J. C.JacknocviUc GRELLY.A.ignee.. Ship ; xy ;- a'B'tari JackaonnUa,lla-
Orit 'ui-t ;Il'i liilar.'i; tOe Hruijuovillt:. .
aad UnUtil oe tici *, or JtA1tT, LI).
j 1
England a .U. tbHi '.02:1-1. ,;tfj iaian'.rj tu F.rr.apOiua.; TLi., BtatM the "Alabrma" cU'n 3. : Jo % Ti 7th Jniaatry toYac.ownfle. I '
regarding viUj Crthrred o coTtipamcu .
.4. f f4 1ltPe!. -. WHITE PINE LU3D3EJ5,
Two CtWPi fl5 7th linantry to
to tha Czar for arlitmaioat. : unweriny"U-5 riel rwf>'r' o1'h:! Ii: 4ity II. UilM.tu&ocu-wi< ii Bt.tr.nuy Tampa, in.iy B.ty.iJe n-itUu 1'-, : SALE. IT S. MAlL EOUXB. :

SAc FEASOBOO, October 21.-The i: snittiJapaa / ;. # a.A.p1J* |>oiiit' nthe'iiJty of ':-adi J.1Ft.; but ia no Case, M.on .-' SCULLS OARS "I. -'
ffORATTfl .i. T 7lJ; ofr for ealo, at tV Court Ilnui'ain Lake City, ,
!ext rhMcrcr T-i.T deiachru-nts be vith
hu arrival wi i dateaJrom Horglvor-jj j jto 'p. .' .-d/- County Ccc-rt y!nchua County. ont a oy TOcnniJ pr ioiiei oficcr, who viu bo fu"v; ia,,ticcttt 0-.h of ktolvT, 760 acre" of Lini. !n Columbia isroSAHHIS' THE NEW -

the 16th and Yokohama to the '22d
bricgt Crehondred paaeongere &nd.nitewi boa* j:' ._ ____ -.--;- _- -: 1 Itartiii, Who ha been adju god a Bankrupt, on lila own -
: Dis'.nct cornnj4' irl': I petition. Terms cash. Turchascr tayia for titha and 'BLOCS. BAY STHtTtes : _
1vx1T instruct dl.
The ] poet romwsnewnin :
dred tool merchaadift. MikaVIo, tbal i Baker County i il.J J. C. GKEELEY, I.t.
tbuir Outie, and l :bo wlrttivepoBition oj the ktawpi. -- -
decreed YeJdo to be hereiftcr (cukdrJakeT A*4 f -.- .'' --. ---. -, ,: I I1)llNIs'rRATuRL ci v.l' ud BjiuUry JQvr*. Tjbewiu tuuti>U thtiii with] {1 Aioitee.3ato.viie I -

the port of Yeddo oj iad.1o foro'4Ac1 alter Oc- ? uflo opift; gf Uir tiro;.a:b uoai U.c illiaa4uuc-i: >, o! AauttjSSUi L' : I ii., O..i., 1. S8.; Us GREAT BARGAINS :- :

tobit. arid October lit r.t: (the latter of which was !
: :L i1! Ote1 A i.ztr.cT1I: orwIr4eI1 September 1Mb, <. th I4rct Coraaiundj j ASSIGNEE'S SALE. ;

yM Ii' i..s. tP. et thSgg min vhieh thoinEtTOcltocsof.the War iK-pnntnent i' C. SXiAO-IEIR: made arrangement to be kept frf Uy,vppfledfronlal.irg
"T "Will iTvr far r.t the? Court IlonM. ia GaisrnJL :
itfcirly e4tb to .ful 2 wL't !
; ..rsea. liak.r County. tM f'iCwiim n.J tetJto. ire tvy i.-BDiL-as oa post comaAitdCrs : -
LETki 'I; AllJp, en the"hh day of November, 60 head Cattle be-
l1A O kLajt o 'hat Jhf-yare tAaciio ui-f an,? oo-oj i.vi u,
tf' thefina A. H. .lohnsoi & (Jo nuo2210 General Commission Merchant SEED REHOUSE-,-
loa to ,
jiLvt ct't1O1 tdtn ,ulor4in.atoln tnln-'cirfl t.odtifs : th'tl tlit.y.rc '! nc GEO.
ar*of Land, near Xiainopy, tha property of A. II..Tohpmm. Capt. MASSEELD ,
.' to R3cie discretion ou4 judponnar,uand; ,
oin.bi; 8. O'1aI li n. wrmrnr b> poUucaloroUM we hare tie seeds pat up for our own trade with our

Ir -ui1 s.&u t'b made far ta* pmrmeii af Abte.I cicBuivtlv to Ttfvfrrvjih prguJicrii i <- rpuce'sni LL t lUir uphold cl.j-ct li-ijmd ebouivl orif be-!I Inn iuc to. (?the cl>je*.ime; ta, a aUio inortga one liorMo) alstwo and one rforsea yoke beI ot- No. 1 Hoeg'a Block, Bay St., addre-as on every package. We have isadc our Store U* ttw r-cta pace3itb tl.e xier L *-,ecg,*

Duval county | Oxen, bfclOT-King to B. 11. Ball.! Tha above being the tis bnrhngtoii1 mak1n .
.L itt,4ftfl1 theymet t) Ptin4 e'ich I. the objot the
:;vi4., S'Jtb in 4-t. : clul cilll'u-r e.Jinrn.. tL'-m lor aid, that thry mu& i woprrty of tins ?ai l mcmtoi of the firm of A. II. JACKSONVILLE rL,!.., GARDEN SEED DEPOT &EhlI4vzzKL7: raIP&
_: __ .
.-- _-I- .Ioron & Co., who have bees tdjaJced Bnnkrcpu, on
ail i i.ki whrr.tsm-.- w. ptirni apply Icr :t'-ucU navthoRly -aTX 'wip IeVBI eye, w1DxsLr ;
TviA"1Ofl' i/ct tllimoKt ,.ir uvn i>ciiUt>a. I'mxhasui paying (lee title and t Hart Florida aixf wIll MOItNITO o'clock 1
w eCcii-jr la a Liar .H : :c- 0 always keep a complete stock at ; Pc1atn T1TTJR5Day.
: old friend
and the
) uy pnblie I would
-3 County. LatL' & rIiU Ly teca1whi j. C.UUEEUY, JL announce that I*nt now opening generally and of all kind c143arden, ie1d;and Flower tfeedvuitabt- lug a$4 o'clock J*anfronr Enterprise tjto'eloc! F.returnJnjr .
U MONTHS after date I *1Cfw 2'r_ ; n their cI'.iuLp.-.I.t uz.tr 1.er&i A1gneu. intastly reccjving for our soil and climate.- Therefore, we fecrite and tottttt will teara Enterprise rrfry !mrDA'z1 m.r.-
'jJg Lhe Coumy Ootirt1, 1)fYii1toM'cQa tt ,tkit'i. dIr:? A'oiit Lnntn4Cs I Flo.: l>:tbtfr 1. la Us ; k complete and select stock qDRY'GOODS. / the attention and order of all interested hiring jodOaniaai ing tt ft a'eloclc; Pfcbitkt r Tf KOJvDAT.mornriir at
I ub4doMN1a4 L U ethg rotifl&J of the propo.c-d J.o.diin-! polilt'csL ,and the cei kinds Vegetable's.i 7 o'eloci arriTlci;al JaoisonTiUe at I .'doek1L.-
S .'to1..4iMaged I444 <#L* e. .Nt BiC&tU nny Ienin IE-i:LeI'ury iI READY-MADE CLOTIITNO. : 1 -' '*; ii- ,- ta: thee to connect with the Tnia. for Barraaaai an*Talty
i Wonted-Agents. JtIit reeoJT'ei,tie fo2o iivj forFiila] Wisde p13z14ng -
-, / S iir .f dat*IVS I, ;.tie 1'r9.s1ta4, .ti.i :'.U L.Jt'qZ..i1 GROCERIES 4 '
.ti. -4.- Fw ftrrtherhJnrmarw9 apply t. '
EAcr1ADiIN1BTR&TR1X l $be.VUt I Per Minth to sell tha National Family Kew55 ;
O. i t:: )., !')r rott.petjhi efitl.o .ev.rei .1t.iee ooipoainge4Ii4ue c:>JL T7e 11) ing MaeUnc. This muchine is eua1 to hcxiindard QUEENS-AVARE, "l.OOO: Papers ;Hat Ihitch Tcrnfps, 'f-;: : : "oINcLLzx: ; '

SB =6 irf IL ; ; :.tI .bLojtl( tjt.gra. Oo.h4Ii.g ey- niathineii ir erury respect and It ta'A at the BOOTS & SHOES, 1000 Purple Tiip Ilati.Uag ,, 54f -

KOTIGfiLw dB 1 1e L $4I -XLI $B'UUC' $ poI$ Uflit!thiy.wiL t ptzta1't cJ-u'tr4 Lay iuC1: btie.L4i in iu.i prctrintht th.: dviiiitbITfl4 low price( (JO. AddnsnNATIONAL HATS & CAPS, 11500 ". '- -.Red' :- -- .5 :

*3 Euta Baja, .
O. e'u pa: : pre .4;n 1'ituturgh, I'* ,-4I.t-r ,
thVCI % tor*] Spe. 2 n'IuIfiX Y4i'1 ftnS' :
Ue urnjr of Dy&1,1Q' an order to eU w- V v. S -. ;uta1nj w bttp.e &4read'. ,Ift >'4uv.uttucce, bita ci.uctuU iumaor and i in tri ctcrythirj k ejt l in aFirstClass 1.'000 LargeEng.IrwnheadCabbage 2I.'J: O'kL"JUD.da4
ue4tizince ,
1Oii to th.ipartrtT. irom a
the Zms
f thi 1St.J..Op2L ; $ uue NOTiCE ,
$ % -
iiJ' -
a t >4 eooBtT ie pvthe debu f.aIietM..' ow r r. eoti'7I > an-J fleud.* ) 'ltd$ totbea.Mondtcuun.; 500JOO Early York M -- I'

$ ,$v: .z 3 ILtioi cmi-tinji* aalcf elect on: the tita.inig fromerfy1ftrn I 1'I.TI1Ci i .
tm -- 500 Dutcb .4i ,
-r ; jALa r.1 #1X4; .-' *.*c t toss;! Tjfilj ,*pctul T 4Oifr -' t''f" '

Tiriprelect -1 '. ..:t NciiIQDI Tani iiy) force r* armn. If o jwt'caa o 1* ever 1 v' ia Jackaoaville Itc-rtVy (riven. that tie U rate Freight the in1prr.ta(4 cutornerund ;Thra.e na gbed aMOI 'oU '4 Sugar Loaf '
'1 t-tlwccn an.l Jtl.tUviii TKK J-a t K.VTitss .
N tln4nt a. thei. 14 tO bC 10C14 1 (Mi -
Lj 1,13'4 by-ron tovialeme. Let th ie bet-har.ty ; t ..-500 -
finm Hara LongO: :
t-v f r4iitIen tlian that noir advertised R the nil* i: txmlto! -. _
!'I.p.ettuIy aI on of i iJ6 atik. '
iicai wi.uevtrTa my
11411 Ijrbc.tv &a&QiC OpJCSUitta K. B 1'APV 'i
Baldirln. -31)0 Collaid]
nah to
Lj4s iitb.f.te el -
kTr1il ta U ron : tf -
) the re3ut; let cacti(-ood cltizea determine thit all ., .
OJ ad uf u... County Ccnrt,for tb*Owtttfo*T>a 4 ., ;z" .ht, reiP ieI&w,- have the right to the ballot -hailiscii. oct 3 Itn Qcnral Freight AgentN 409 Long Scarlet_ ] adicbj .-.
my 1 1 > ,.Bnt g ,a4mtMitiaalx DlrUrt7BtauoT Ii theru ofLnttm 1 : ** "
.$ ;uI&1t ? tt 1 1a are diipu ed poiuie 'X O' lyEiea ., ,4z
Aeiandef -
llolmct.atiopaax aadaaktojte*' 4UUiarf Mjhi e gt f6.r1 '. r.Lerd to tau c.urL,and 1 let uet iuubr OTTICE r&X., OA., & TLA. C. I'. K. CO. JT NEW DKUG'STORE, 4- '- '- -- -0- I ...t'2.Ir4k, II* -- -
Oi1t4C. i.tt ; or oer ip4i.IbIe bodleR, construe I IB4Loeutethe Oct. 1 iSGS ( ; -
'. AlLiBlSSBS, 't of the GOLD-1OITL. .. ,
tI" %
AIRrI ------- -- .
ttw. iu/ido :
'Thi.eppeal ':> -
.. _
Gi 7 Sm Ctiut titt4ii Act! ,, .
A4mt1iItruittILe that the Ocnonu t'omaandliiticj. 'f'p.
1 ClayzCcunT in the esraortfcopi Major IMPOUTANT TO ALL. .
rt'gL> nli-i4'wiiixt of- I CKVIU.IPLOIlLPt :. --- : : .
NOTICE 1'PHI =: ;. T 7rrsrt' fbi m of the tK-Oi'le,*and that h* vill nut bu corr.[ 1- I GIWAT ULliUCIiOX DP. RATES TO HA1.W1X, 4-,4
with wKicb he- J.4c2.oql-JLLA;, .4.J)4L4 QJN2'. (IX 211LqT. -
ito rcoort to the ex- ruot the povy- H. fCETX50 Jt t e UWialjwiA7hn .
PartnenLip heretoforeegallng Ut fn Amander i I MXNOA1CE1I ix 4i6truKif, f.r.d which .he will most reluctantly etaDIJ.f JO1L'S 1:1 VIR. DM.td IvtikQ Drm i'uve al.tbe abov tiuuednl p.ece. t i. .. --i'L .\ .- j:1: A .
I'artoti and 1L IL Ilctg'unem'v-.t' btwe"n fei'tta1i! and liit n lie rr ucl veUuasaruditoekoi j Tuiu *county;near Ke' *Smyrna adwitaia two
.M yta of I-areooa beg i. thU day dia-wlrad, l-r : ;. XD.tTr t.r app'j t1"R aq njsVite powerunder citiman'l"'wniiadJoaf Ite.win Jacksonville. affv rdi if{ the.Ti Hit'
nmtoai eoamL All peraonc Indebted to aaid firm wil s- dot pramitlhe pcoce-tA fce broken,aad<1i: t be will t-r both'te TiaucpottalScn of lnttgluttoi Dmgc Kediciriss &Pori"imiory FIflST-CLASS luiisipc : LARD: j jTlie
fer rBP14 $ 'Ater roncluduU hettreeo the ?
IL W.tj ilr hot$ be realraincd la tVaj&OVfOijnuom;4uci! u0 o:-LiiW PiiBjensr"'rJ. have juit Jiei'n
[2 rn e aare na--nb r ( ) rljbt, in the Vl" go .of Atlantic & (mit i. K.vof tJ-irannah, the IVn. Oco. &
flr wo. dty ,y claJ4it )4u r JP 4' wlcu the .reentftnTfrftlcu4cor.t1cn wkit he Will 1U aLlow prei.- OrJ ranre'peotE eoili a rich ttf tible mtrnld,aoderiaid with mart ;
ken Care ii>rinK*, H.l 'yrcrexdth co.iuu.-4. rrt&alplioBSputup with l* -
Bill ia to the
admirably adapted ef
an frowth aBjar-OLa*
debu 01rV.ia. "" chenpc aad
AADERPARSOS, I deui.o.d, for the purpcrt'fr- ,- I by which we juake thU the ijojgkVotroute
.: .. .1 zE i1 Uj IVildwin, .TackSosivfUe and ell the lundirigs lij- ALL HOURS DAY OB IGHT '
ILU.liUY.O.'I I II1i oftI1i.P2Z1O&$$ *AL l 13 EI t, *- A:;O sskf-TiiofioAr* Fauna.- -': ,,. 'i': ,
liivtr. ,
iUe.ria,Jairaaiy 10,18C< ort74w l : z iK I .. on the St-Johu's -
: o .jy ( thi1ti4.EtTtrix; I JM* '' r Aiitt: .M'il.ut CeThaI.pt:1n:4 It 13 the .UikCPI and co pcf t route for your frt-lgbt. Afle? the .py'e is'clo at n5liicV! oaj.deirlEi -ih-iiI be coIdchpforccst..Appyatthls- .
'J J '. z.bf': &i2t L tu ctir'ii ;: t7:' I I Oar rote* are now but one-batf the amount charged by :tlruiHi,, wiLl please - -- -. rBing'thoNight Aug1LtIlf Fine Watches; Solid Silver anil
NOTICE. rji------: ;J4.4U7V=T i--rr-'r' the itnier from Burannah alP] Cbarlei! ton, and under : I -, fj J '=1*. -*'! -- -.t ; rf ,
.,. : .
--- -- --. -- .. . .at a i ; '
t4'r fill mrCUUMtMW '-' *"V R- -- -** w -- &uv M r( M vu :.Bll- .; ,. -
TB nrry DAY$ site?4&t ,*pikttou will Bilide less ttuiaby any other line..To Uaa dvantnge of cheapnes -' : ..' :1ataya' ; '
N --BANERHPI.OY. muntte added tInt entire aoscnce of BCH ribfe to and tLoywil! get prompt attention.&C : -:

s Chnrlwlon. lUUimora; TbUadelplilm, New York and y. B.-T>r. Robiawm,"B gnate'rth'rirftj Watches 1. UOLAIcD wou-pttfifXy.tnira, tb
tk, K-rt.i .f Ijiubea'Cowart,duceaael,teJ. the crise Bonton; ; tbiuilc'wuinf tUhi untto be paid tor iuunratct of IVmmylTanlft, also, offers hifproffesuoim ftrvloc cia J .' pat4k.tbavv1iariag bought sat UM iktereM ci CaA.
(1 : _.__ .. .
peythg th.4sbij .j4 etate. I fL- d. ;. No dcny! t.t freight by .tlia arracgerncut. Physician and Purjecft to the euf *ol JacktonTTtlaandrfcinify. .iVfci&llate ftnft of C.A.. 'f. 7AIDO( r, jLbJ Goods sliij.pe from 8-ivat.nMi In thBTaornlngiriil rcarhJiir,5u -. -- -jaiyntt uI IUr, to saatu the-tptmo* St

NQTI9ELThTMENT onviitho .arne rnght'-1'oinnrance by thbroiitt -. : 'I : -vt4 -- '
1 1 & ,and all clniras for low pr'daaigo promptly MtUfd. r-j'v' r .'t1 -r '.'J' ? 1 > -f : :'>!4 I- -Ien.. -
OoI1I Kxecutort.lyto $! : .* fn"rf Court r-tiM ezee ftrf7e 'crfJ The uccomodntlon' 'for pwwifer are p foct.' 2othazie WATClt-1AElt Mil) Z1VILftY441AP ,- ; Y4:! jq

EW'V of WeeocjbUii lUi.ed great nctese of
.->: em cor emi!
: t jmirvp-ej-ftansN- fifrywt'ci1
'I'k I Iaiae? *ttcroflt jcii IJU< Jhnrle; Bunkiupt.jot1jn3 oomfyri, lw.viug upon,caoli train. i"clmauiKJinbsU' $kIz J.'F o'rac-ttaj be haI1e
train will,leave :
bilIJIJ! 4T macaiflccct klccplug e *, daily,
BwU i4eLT wit* him
ft.UtAfl F1t1TE Jtrtti'DSJMl.E4 Jacksonville for Baranuah and points tLeinterior HAVE remored from former plac t.ii. aci w : .- ?
He ubenllChirle my ; "f i -jwho
4i. dato; Tin ; lh. Hun. IT. I 4Aitkthti7ZqiiZ7t:14.j r vires 0taViXJi anitojtiUncni u Aaiiiee gf State Tune, by p-iawnger train.-l tweea JackeotiTtUe and I lu3 btpre and Hall ,* iR FLA J ; '
? orJUietftyCoTtrOibla I : JHPJAOKW
A. :tL..sJtie of tho Couty Court, fr an of'| I4-O4ft e,s.hO o liiia toen iidfttll'iMl I fiavnanaU 11 bours..The (Steaniew JDnrUngton and UalUo I I.ftt. ,? .-
eftoIleflthsTlM1 Jat to IItberpo. u> ofXfE r Florida,within said District, Tfh'i with the e roc.livu.pon either cf ,' _. '
beloaflBg > t1viIJitrlc run In connection Tn Holmes BdUdiag : --i.: ULt .i. .L
.. lrtiPi1tcc : -- i, I tktupL:1VDuhe: ; upthtpLy Cozrt which through tKkt-U tafl'bO'ttehaed.'IJagge'' t ScaL-UneJ tirpjjatail rv of.. rf ttw,

i: 9UNTQ3BT t Checked Through. -. .' \ and ad workman and competent to condact a bnslneM tt this
Four door wect of 7. Dibble, tare made liu-ge (
-" iI4JIIzI.: : I, Oar connections at St. Htt for Harana,Ecy.wett, klalin illits branthe. VesCU retain the *ol.iajM jftf
$ept otj 4 htrat4Jz. 4J.i P Lt/ reriI ;- Tampa, rcn.scoa"AppaIacblcola! and New Or'n'answosure. IItoDetouy biMiaeta- ahall eonetantly. keep a l&rt. *( :; -" --' '
uiid hluck
etlcct cf -
) ; J q5A8H
1-M Ji between New Or- ? : I
mon ply
j.r Bicwnew
; Eight per !
I w:3 L ibc i .4SbICLi 1. &L} It-ana and Havana, teaching at-all .-tb.:intermediate DOOfl '. ':,% ELUfbs,-2 AlL3t : : 'Gfaa Pens .

: L'4acok. J {: !, >. ii Thrtie points. Ont Iwiviu* each city every neck, thus givinja b'Ui'tN1tV1t -- rtnirs,> fUAHDWAUE I'I; --
tie feaSaaraett
t1e ia Ilia town sod pia1sdeteee to keep
SIX er t wor wfrwtuJ. anj Ui weekly connection each way. LEAD& .. !3TONEWA.I1 bkY- -:
u b ,
1Ui .
dale I wfij aw4y tn 11 lion Tft the adtanta which This route' ire meat of.taWe *a4. pockfltuler7. inC ,thsgea.llopztm.zjth .
With i-s y.oeseeeee. '
J A, tothe ,t>l\JVJrfS- ., t
McLean. Judge ol the County Cou.t vt 1)Bvs.& ; ei Jr hIq .vi41i. wi.o.t.Q4t ad ask abiU' '
pre Pita togiv[ inrbwi lon; only Uiat our TINWARE.CKOTKKHY, .....
141th. tai. of l'hTMLl,lor M order W .41 It waMfd ,1iUuZ'n 'CtitIQTL.-Tt'r.1t1 tyto-do.o.naytetiest4. ItnU.be.borna In -laind, Z OIL- Cf o&4 cutoia $a1 ten4i,.
t&inte Ua1oji, dt'ce in ft14t.i' '- t- 3. C. dUEliLKY oo ; both for GLASSWARE, KEKOSE ID.&ad look for th msel C *, <. ma :t i -
aWl cheaper pe-iex1.
dj this route always
? 4 CtJ-tta.tu'y.? that WOOD WILLOW.WATT .
I&wVAkK1E 44ft ft I o- 'r t I Aealgiitie.! LAStrS, .. | - '- -
thjJ4 gemS iaid freight thMt any other, and that If at eny time -.m4__ ---- ;
1J! IJ .nI .--t- J' v ?- Cue amount charged is not lot than that charged by the 8. J ;Fiina BO Imjcr iaTrnj raylof.'bni I lir V.an j josvertenccd
L. JJU Ii.GTO % to Jacksonville and point oa the ;bu iJUu'* and -
earners .
.LIIBIj.tlttzlz'f the .ta. a amui Bflf4i14Ua1b. ) t : Klver upon the Jact belujr made known to Captain T. j '.1yH: WM. fBOTRE
f ASlONE.E $ s.tLE ,
; Transportation, ortf.A. 'TT "* i.
aLfLU 1. UCCKUXS'; Superintendent IwciJuIAaLlU Aii -o-lllll, ,
A1J. BEtsc a, Freight Agent at JatSaoavillo, tb : t i
kpuBbe1La&L7QuTI 'TiETA Ic
; : ( 24 a : OttObt1thL will at once be retu&dad. and sU zunuIietur. Tinware tie true, d. cus. i : >7EEETS -'. !j '

rL1ithe"tbt iu infornntUon apply 4o .. scna1iyt* hand wrf elected .to4aI
.4 f4c For further v tool weit'i, 'JOBLi fAIlIS'O, JOOflYQ.
h. tIhlil coesiy. florid*.wi t .Inia. county, Georjt UO1PT "WAL.KEU, Oeatrui 6upcnnteuu i.t T. & GUTRI2VQ' CO.VCJJiVG. au i woz and-Jersey,as f all othtr artsi* :-:
444 J4W1U4 -
I -*" 'H- ." u-fially kept by the traw&feb be 3 r vtiwrnbiie
? Trins of ai cb. O. 1L-U-,Tall haasee. t tatajtoili! trd<; -. .
3ZUaL CZZZXt4 Xxnru.V. .( e1kI fl LL.4J jvUtlvti. '
'UC71.raiLst H. S. ILUiiaiS, tlenlfinp't AO. JL3L. SaTtn- WHABTJaBaB' lJjLOClvB'AT
4fl/ z 'eiyjor'C :h iid 'Sd1tjr ,.1 ,yft; IAea.r4 ,I'bI..S 'I-1W,*, i -
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BaQaoUiie 1 Ia CLaniTa. tL'R"q ta&irILr.i8.: .Qt..A.:4t: o, I, : -- ''.1-: -, 1 'ICLjgI r "-'-- -- -o.
; II i # 4&4Y1T .
*: r J -4siiL( 3 I F1a
wrge W. liallantine. S M!for nivorce.arpe It J34.i.coiI1! FiJ- OtjoL3Z. ti- !! It. R.,- Bsvannah,' only,' P eq M.fly! my, priopa viS alwttnotcl 3ckspy41 ,
UOMilUJuATT.-Forwardlog AMut Satwanali: '
*5 T bfia nf fM intht,i; aWr .wi t'M IHlJti f." wu>a ia i.t euuiJty aal that -- A sioNKB SALE: I.ccionciI1e. I Pour floors wfrsFof?..Dibble, Hay.atroet, JacJttoaiFOE '; tS.FThG jf4CilThZ. .u.ltIre m1flil vctnity

gjeaamwifanrtim i < Flotid' 4z,4 4 .441 Lz wuJaflit ii cwty tii tfrtuLI : B. A. Sl-l OfittrTrHaJht gtJakIoinfi1 ;'- i1k4 r145I A4ua L IGL1 tI- I ', J ArA .
ramiti a A f Uu tMt.c O.oU -
'PS'*0* 0f fcopiaiaaat** HtUcito-V,11bitbva,Jr"CretrcdK .. CbtCltUtw.7 I- le, ni the; (Vnt (1Un.tfe1 .- } O. POW w'er1t. .- s'p; -- -r '* AH kindj of repairlsz done at abort notke, aad work rte4 ,aal M tnat-VcI
MI ariRneioa. tc bti oIovetnbiribO.fcei|<* rtiuaj"in } F. UrAPY, General FrdjLt aad, TUfcvt Aent1 warRmteJ. Attho old staaAicf C. P. Oak, Oecnattfce nt I
S i.bc u4'ajlroo sSj.* dui wo.propertT-of-W B. AVitalisrtT who- T.Uaheolorjd4,- BALE OUTjlENT, M.Ieed'aInThflni: Feb.S-tl wntmb.ccatefulb-lepairtt taa with'hU espartetert aca Ibo

ad tajr <2 'br JL, IX WCU at tl* Owu ifltL kid .cAI(4-L1r.4, f!- TUnSTESTTSVAJr zii.t tie last forty ycara ia thia co
) & O. J.1t.ti GOOD '
***Mto* l'utetureru opaVa'r di-ed aui taiaya. 1ontandendbUitoJ. ; - "
*4ow. ; CHAHTER PARTIES'IJlaak! fortaI atTh1L'L able io jjive ioil tiiiiictiaa.ta.f' ( %vvatcicsto --

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LcwpImL.$ thousand doEars, to be dlstrlbaU-d per capita, ia the cr law tfi r; of the delivery of good* provtoWne, Mi stock, Interior, fifteen tho.M'4aflai s. eith a U fenrertcd I* fto 4sa&SL. Id 1 of I&&t.& iz4BLLat

ntuol moaner of paying annuities, net third article of .For permanent onnnlt r. In lien if interest on stock, as per saitM article of same treaty, three tbotuand dol- California. nHk tfct***** pastes*. 'Mra'wWL41kw

PUBLIC ACTS OF THE FOBT1ETH the fifty-five treaty, fifty-one of tamy-first thousand July five, eighteen hundred dollars.hundred,and per act of ,nineteenth alx thousand FeV.nary doJlara, eighteen hundred sndthirtyone uMrqt.te, (caow calm BAXD.) For the- purchai of cattle fcrb tfaa4 Uoatbs deMrarytfaaf tspaU lea' ,

For interest on one hundred and fifty-four thousand with clothin* sM food twa C&d dIy ieatl7 Liawurt, V
For interact, in ban of Javestmeni, oa seventy-five For fifteenth twenty instalments In ttaakeU cloth* together .
cONGRESS fire hundred dollar, at five centum being the balance eha& levied la tikofina
of two hundred and six per thousand,dollars for the thousand dollars, at five per rwtnm,par act of twenty- lag, provisions, and stock, pn third article twety nineteenth arming toolj for Indian IB California, forty & rstaryef8ta a .
evecthJuae, eighteen urndred ana fbrty-eix three hundred and flay-three, UaMd ltaI & a 1,...w. WA.taarsJ NcvwaUr
or tax fiscal year ending Jane thirty, eight j n .hundred and September, eighteen thousand doUart. 11. fl7,.
thousand seven hundred fifty dollars. 3ve hundred and fifty donors.cravAs lad 1am.Nea GaUa *
sixty-nine sevra thousand eevea bundled.and tttenty- For of twtlr hadpd
on* phjsioias
UNITED 8TATKS Far interest, at five per centum, on forty-threa thou pay ,
VALLST, oasoo Wo YThls
five dollar san OALAPOOIAO t
or wrQVA C-*
4.P4UID. sand and fifty dollars, transferred tram Ontario Bank to dollars; on* bUckxaith, nvta h*nlnd aa4
AiD ZtIMOVZIA'. For fourth of five instalments of the third series of r ftflJMIaiii] sfl M to dcfl
'XZWX. OTTOIS the United 8Ute treasury per act of twenty-seventh &sslatnt! Uactenith flr.ha&* cgsa : -
JtT TUX FIRST fifty dollar on* ,
For Sat of fifteen instalment, being the third series, June, eighteen hundred and forty-etx.two thousand one annuity tor beneficial object, to be expended as directed ; dent poatiit oa ifl otter codse thaa rLccYITolc, :
dollars hundred tad
In or otherwise,per fourth article fifteenth hundred and fifty-two dollars and fifty eenr*. by the President, per third article treaty twenty dred ; on* farmer, ttrea shall -- .
money treaty idifHL not* 1ermnto ft ttof d.
IOTAS. March, eighteen hundred and fiftr-four, nine thousand SXXECAS AND SBltntlES. ninth November, eighteen hundred and flity-four, one twenty dollar ; one teacher, swrea bondred sad thetoosbatsbafl beNW aeti the Vatted States of4a.
thousand hundred % g
seven dollar
For iotvTMl lu llev of Investment on fifty-cevrn thou- dollars. For permanent annuity, in specie, per fourth article For fourteenth of fifteen Instalments for the pay of a fifty doll&ts; and on carpatr, tra kudnd *& !

and fire U ndrrd dollar, balance of one hundred and OTTlwaS.To treaty seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and physician and purchase of medicine, per sixth article and twenty dollars, upon each of the rtearrations ; .Uactlajt V IsI... ?.,i
nfty-BCVcB thousand fire hundred dollan, to the first olJcly replace a sum taken from annuities of OtUwas eichtecn, one thousand dollars. twentyninthNovember, eighteen hundred and fifty- in California; and one mQltf, at wm JjmcM YHT. .
;ighu.n hnndrrd *nd rixty- lf ht, at five per and *<>forth twelve hundred and fifty dollars and thirty; For blacksmith and assistant, shop anal tools,and Iron four, one thousand five hundred JoHorS. hundred and dollan acU of the Tb. casrespoadenc. enom.4 1* aagrsh thiralSuIi., esi..
centum per annum, SOT education or other beneficial cento. and steel for shop, during the pleasure ot the President, For fourteenth of twenty Instalment for the pay of i a fifty neon two of the first artkls shall be desvstcbld Mn t1pu1poeaifalliil51!
< voder the direction of the President, pet fourth article twentieth hundred Round Valley and Hoopa Yallaj rsssrntloia. ; s
}UTO"C'H per treaty July, eighteen teacher ard purchase of book and stationery, per sixth! re.elaffisnn the '
nr'ti Ankle: of treaty of Nay evcnt *nth, dghteen and thirty-one, one thousand and sixty dollar article treaty twenty-ninth November, eIghteen bun For the purchase of a grist and saw Bill, der bs by 4sspstch.iu jug the SSSSSSStSaSsr'
hundred Mid fty-tOur, two thousand eight hundrrd and! tired and thousand dollars. ccs bat slva *Including t LUowbi : :
doilars. For annuity pt-rpctiial, at least one-half of which lo be IHVW3EES. flfty-foar,one Round Valley reservation, California, fit*
vrujflvo in goods and such article as may be deemed necessary For annuity for educational For Indian*iinnn tho RUM* rmervalion. Oifhjon. to dollars. Ylrst. No Mcbt aball ccnUfa anything b i oClh. ict ts
K1X8AC. for them second article permanent Iur1ee IKT provide pgricnltural implement*, seeds, cattle, and *o sw
per treaty twenty-fourth Bcptembcr <
fourth article third August, seventeen hundred which abaU ba doted against bspactloo, nor msfl
tieaty sustained For of removal and subsistence of plymg etweeg b-
eighteen hundred and fifty-seven thou forth,to compensate them for losses by reason
thirty expenses
Fur Interest in lieu of Jnvcstiwnt two hundred
on third
and and aiUcle tenth
ninety-five, treaty May, written eosanranicaUoa to .1is tad
from them that any wbatatar.sscept Boog To
sand dollars. executive Leg ,
proclamation taking
lltouminJ dollars, at five centnm i er annum, ten hundred and fifty-four thousand dollan. portion Indians, not parties to any treaty, in Oregon ,
per eighteen one
For support of two manual labor schools the of their reservation called Yoqulaa Bay, six thousand state from whom and to whna HM packai b It Is sgstt bstws
thousand doIUm, per second article treaty of January during For interest at five per centum,on forty thousand dollars and Waih-'cgton Territory, and for car of thi Po O$ ,
fourteenth,vightnen hundred and forty-ii. pleasure of the Vrecident, per third article treaty 8ei>- for educational purpose per third article treaty dollars. -. thousand dollar sent, snti th* nimber anti *ics placad each subs nilsi tstse sad the Pest _
tember employes .
twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty-ecven, YTALI.A--WAI.LA, Caress, AID tJMATlLLA TKISZ necessary twenty
zcI LPoO$. tenth May, eighteen hundred ani fl.ty.foor, two thousand pattern or sampla of merchandIse .eat.tu.sxocg; ,. .
ten thousand dollar doUses.For For fourth of live instalment-; second series, to I* For an amount to pay th* settlers of Hoopa "*
For fifteen Instalments interest, at five per centum, For purchase of iron and steel and other n cct>aaris ill educational expended under the direction of the President,per second for their left the Second. No packet may exceed two fiat im AsrxcuiLfcSSfif p
one hundred thousand dollars,for educational an4 other for the shops, during the pleasure of the Fienident, per percnnent annuity isle specie, article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred cud fifty Valley personal property apon length, or one foot in any other dfmonfaa. oc. -*
fourth art
beneficial purpoae*. as per second article treaty Hay same treaty,fire hundred dollar purposec, per treaty twenty-tiiiitii a.-ptcm- five, six thousand dollars. Hoopa Valley reservation at the tim the government deliver a.
her hundred and seventeen and third article Third. Neither office shall ba bond to SISSi'SStv
Mihtcen, elmbteen hundred and fifty-Tour, five thju and For pay of two blacksmiths, one of whom to bo a gun- eighteen For ninth of twenty instalments for the purchase of all took possession, four thousand two the United
di'lar*. smith and tinsmith, per same treaty, twelve hundred treaty thousand tenth dollars.May, eighteen hnnJ-cd and fifty-four, two necessary mill fixtures and mechanical tools medicine, hundred and sixty-seven dollar any article the importation of which nay and tbjs General Pest Office at Hone mtLv -.:

tor fifteenth instalment ontvo hundred thousand dollar, and hospital stores, books, and stationery for school', be prohibited by th* laws or regulatiests of ih* ofleo of axchanga of the colony xtonsTr2! '
d IL s, to be paid In eighteen hundred and sixty-nlne, For compensation of two strikers or apprentices in BHWUOSX3. and furniture for the employees, per fourth article For removing the Indians from Smith' River of destination. of -
i per *ond arucle treaty eighteenth May, eighteen hundred blacksmith's shop, per same treaty, fur hundred and Western Bands. treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and City-two, two rcsarvation to Hoopa Valley and Bound Vallev country far all saaQs traaamittsd aad .*%u w- -
and fifty-four seven thousand dollars. eighty dollars. thousand dollars. bandied dollars Fourth. So long M any customs dotv maybe aent.
reservations three thousand five
MAKAB TUBS. For the pui chase of farming utensils and !:, during Fur fifth twenty instalments, to expended, under For ninth of twenty instalment for the pay and sub- chargeable on any srUe1** exchanged ia the Axncu U.
the pleasure/of the 1'rebident, pvr sa 'waty, the liroaion ot tho President, in the purchase of such ektance of ono superintendent of farming operations or so ouch thereof a* may b* necetcary, ?
For third of four instalments of thirty thousand dollar twelve hundred dollars. articles as he may deem sult'bla to their wants, cither one farmer, two millers, one blacksmith, one wagon antiplough and tho Smith River reservation is hereby discontinued. mails, such duty may be levied fcrlhaasecf aere saau M an arching, ,

k *, dicing the fourth peries,) under direction of tho For pay ofiArmer, put same treaty, six hundred dol- as hunter or herdsmen, per seventh article treaty October maker. one carpenter ane Joiner, ond physician, tho customs. between lb. United &at. ofcolonsyifUccgKccg
i'rekiauit fifth article of thirty first, eighteen hucdred and sixty-three five thou -
t' per treaty Jaruary lirs. ard two teachers, per fourth article, treaty ninth June, it is runner agreeo, uai except im&u iocat by
first, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, one thousand For tho last of ten instalments for pay of roilloj,at the sand dollars. eighteen hundred and fifty-five eight thousand dollars. Navajo Indians .fRw xw.. carrier's charge (so long t* it shall exist in the mail
five hundred d llare. < sta pLyingbetws &iUffiag
diacrttloo of the Pre'iJent,per same treaty, six hundred Dittern Dandt. For ninth twenty instalments for pay of each of the pe
For ninth of twenty instalments for the support of anA dollar head chiefs of the Wall-Walla,Cayuse, and Umatilla For amount of deficiency expended ia subsisting rural districts of North Oermny.no) charge g,comprxngl.tter;
For fifth of instalments to be ,undr
rtcultnial and industrial school, and pay of teacher, Fo lart of ten Instalments for pay of on engineer, at direction oftbe President, in the purchase of such articles bands, the sum office hundred dollars per annum, per the Navajoes at the Botque Redondo, ac- whatever, otherwise than is n upre..1y iiose earrent originating .n4
article eighteen j
eleventh pest
fur treaty thirty-first January the tiie I'resUent, per same treaty, twelve ho deem suitable their wants either llfth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and to the contract made Theodora H. provided shall baleviedcrcoUactodcaftalet
as to as coiding by .afesd States
may addressed
hundred and fifty-five one thousand five hundred dollar .. .......ou uol lam. llf.v-five, one thousand fire hundred dollars. to sn4 4jj -.
*- For componoation to npi-rcnticcs to assist in working hunters or hundred htrdsmen and,per fifth article treaty thousand July dollars.second, For ninth twenty instalments forsalaiy for the son Dood, from the twenty-second of May, eighteen ten and other correspondence exchanged.Axncis ia Bong Kong and those fTrfniois'

For ninth of twenty Inrtalments fer Fup "t of a the mill, per some treaty, five hundred do'.lan. eighteen sixty-three, ten of Pio-plo-mox-moT, per fifth article treaty ninth June, hundred and sixty-eight, until their removal to IX. which U- Hong Kong post oft ports ,

smith tools and therefor carpenter's shop eleventh, and to article provide ''U- thirty'firt necessary For keeping in repair the grist and sav-mill, per yorthteetlern Bandt. eighteen hundred and fifty-five, one hundred dollars.WIXNIBAOOIS. their old homos, twenty-one thousand dollar, or Any correspondence may ba registered, M cladlagtheportaofCknlBwatow -a
per treaty t
same treaty, three hundred dollar For fifth of twenty instalment, to bo expended,under
January, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred the direction oftbe President, in the purchase of such For interest on one million dollars,at lire per centum, so much thereof as may bj necessary, at eleven well international correspondence aa that orig aad Foochoy, aad, vice Twia ,

.: doU r*. PONCAS. article as he may deem suitable to tlic-i: vauU, cither per fourth article treaty first November, eighteen bun cents per ration. inating in or destined for other countries to
For ninth uf twenty Instalments for tho employment For the fifth of tni inbtolmenta of the second mries, as hunter or herdsmen, per third article treaty July drei and thirty-seven and Joint resolution July seventeen For cost of removal of the Navajoe from $the which thfttt two administrations may respectively .
of a blacksmith, carpt.tu.-r.: iarmer, and physfclaij who "to be paid to them or expended for their benefit," per thirty, eighteen hund-ed and sixty-ib, five thousand eighteen hundred and sixty-two, fifty thousand
Redondo their old home and fcr intexmediariea for the tranmria-
hall furnish medicines for the sick, per eleventh article second article treaty twelfth March, eighteen hundred dollars. dollar Dosqae to serve aa and addressed to suit dellywaigs j b 'b -
tr ty thirty-first January eighteen hundred and fifty and fifty-eight, ten thousand dollara. For twenty-second of thirty instalments of interest sheep, cattle, and corn as provided for m ctiicle sion of such registered artkle Each department s
lire, throe thousand six hundred doflars.atoxoxrgL For but of ten instolmenU for the establishment and Gotliip Bandi. tboncand doUam, at fire centum,
on eighty-five per per twelve of the new treaty, on* hundred and shall notify the other ef thacoimtUea to Az IlLSpOS6g.tObeIsvi
maintenance of one or more manual labor schools, under For fifth of twenty instalments, to be expended,under fourth article treaty thirteenth October, eighteen hun
For tlilnl of fifteen instalments of annuity two the direction of the President per recond article the direction of the President, in the purchase of such dred and forty-nil, four thousand two hundred and fifty fifty thousand dollars, or so much thereof a* which it may thai serve as intermediary. sadcc.ofmaIIinginth.Uautecitatt115
liuudredaiid forty-two thousand tix hundred and eigh treaty twelfth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, articles, including cattle for herding or other purposes, dollars. may be needed. Each department shall VM ita best aOTtHona

ty-fix bUsts, for cession of land, per fourth article two thousand dollars. as he shall deem suitable for their wants and condition, wALL-fAH-FK-TBiBK or CSAKK INDIANS. For annuity goods, not exceeding AT* dollars for the safe delivery, or, when Kuscarrkd, far ap rwspapers, sad prices .
hundred and For but of ten instalment, or during tbo pleasure of either as huntsmen or herdsmen,per seventh article October For second of five instalments, to be expended under camac dac sx ,
treaty May twelfth, eighteen fifty-four, head in article of the new the of registered correspeadfloee
and Senate amendment thereto, sixteen thusand one the President, to be expended in furnishing said Indiana twelfth, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, one the direction of the President, as per seventh article per as provided eight recovery any for1Icsicci tad the abovporUwtth ,4esin -
hundred and eventy-nine dollars and six cent with such aid and assistance in agricultural and thousand do'"'an'. treaty c;August twelfth, eighteen hundred and sixty- treaty, thirty-eight thousand iv hundred dollars. bntis&otretponiibUpectuuMily forth* katef which Hong Kong has pout4 -

for thirteenth fifteen instalments for pay of miller, mechanical pursuit including the working of the mill Sioux or DAKOTA.Blackftel fire, two thousand dol are.YARAMA. any anch correspondence.Aancu. iscticasshaflbeten.ta
provided for in the first part of this article, as the ecistaryot BATIOS. p.
third article treaty twelfth May, eighteen hundred iTo be continued.] half
per 1 aix hundred dollars. the Interior may consider advantageous and Band. For fourth of fire insta'menta second series for beneficial X. aa onnce or wader ea leUers,aad twe -
an necessary for them, per second article treaty twelfth For third of twenty instalments, to lie paid in eo-li articles objects, per fourth article treaty ninth June, Registered eorratpoadenc shall, ir J ''itionto each Jktwspapen and lc .
JIIAM1IS Or KA5SA!. March eighteen hundred and <- thuu- a*the of tbo Interior direct, s. eihleen hundred and thousand dollars. ;
forty-right, ncvc Secretary may per fifty-five eight CONVENTION the postage ba tabject to a regist.i fee, the postage to be levied il
For permanent provision for blacksmith and aaJs- and five hundred dollars. fourth article of treaty October nineteenth, n-jUicim For ninth of twenty instalments for the support of a
tint, and iron and vteel for chop, per fifth article Ueaty For this amount to pay lie Tonca tr.be of In ',r hundred and sixty-five, seven thousand dollars. two school one of which is to be .an agricultural and not exceeding ten oenta in the TJnitea c-tates, Kong sad dependent Chinese. p j ,

sixth October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, and oiiation committed upon them, CfU-cn thousauu I..TIc'.chty Lower Bruit Band. industrial school ; keeping in repair school buildings AOftiii and not exceeding two aflotr gnechen in the poadeoce origiaatmg m those1ot'&a&41.'

juith article treaty June fifth eighteen hundred and dollars, in conformity with second article treaty and for providing suitable furniture, book, and stationery North German Union, and this fee shall ba always ed to the United Elates, shall ksig -
For third of to bo aid in such _
and dollar March twelve hundred tiriMinstalments, i> ninth Jane p ,
ijlty-four nine hundred forty c ,eighteen and ixty-flvc. per fifth article treaty eighteen hundred of the United
tor j*>nnner.t provision for miller, in lieu of run- For this amount to de'ray the f xpca.v: oi nc otutlnsrva.ty tides as the ticcreiary of the Interior may direct, a* and fifty-five, five hundred dollnrs. Between the 1'ost Departments prepaid. single rate of half aa ounce or ,
smith, per nub arucle treaty sixth October, clghtem with said Indiana, in conformity with fourth arle per fourth article of treaty of October fourteenth, tijh- For ninth of twenty instalments for the emnloyment (states of Amorica and of the North. German Axncui XI. sad two easts oa each newsoarjer r .

hundred and eighteen, fifty article treaty tventy-third supplementary treaty March ten,eighteen hundred teen hundred acd sixtv-five, six thousand dollaie. of one superintendent of teaching and two teachers, per Union for the amelioration of the' Postal Accounts between the two omeea shall be regulated rent No p atalaceouata shall be kept
October, eighteen hundred and thirty-four and fourth eu1 sixty-five, four thousand and ten dollars. For second of five ins'-vlmenU, being twenty-five dol filth article treaty ninth June eighteen hundred and countries.ABTXCLB .
article treaty Cth Jane, eighteen bundreJ and fifty- lan for each lodge or fitwl y engaged in agricultural fiftv-flvc, fifteen hundred dollars. Service between the two on the following basis Prom- the total the respacUre postal, departments spotv si sssvraspoodence

four ala hundred dollar POTTA ATOMtE. pursuits on the reservation, (ono uundred lodges,) to be For ninth of twenty instalments for the employment I. amount of poatagea and register feat collected exchanged othem rSnt ir

For interest on fifty thousand dollar, at five per cen For permanent annuity In silver fcitli article expended in stock, agricultural or other the implements and of of one superintendent of farming and two farmers, two by each office on letters addad to the rote! arrangement, bat each defartmeat shall 4p
per improvements, under the direction of Secretary *
educational third article blacksmiths tinner
turn Iu miller ,
treaty two
per ono gunsmith
: one one
fifth Jane, rignteen purpose hundred and fifty-four, two thousand eary August, seventeen hundred and nini ?.fite, one the Interior, in conformity with suth aitlclo of treaty carpenter, and ono wagon and plough maker, per fifth There bhall be an exchange of correspondence amount of prepaid poftagea and register-few on the oorretpondence which it receives fas; JS*

five hundred dollar Jiousand For dollars. annuity in silver tliiid article of October fourteenth, eigotecn bundled and sixty-five, article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and fifty- between the United Stales of America and the other correspondence which it despatch, thedespatching.officestiall ether be. of all postage charge thai a, Km*;
Fur ninth of twenty instalments upon two hundred thirtieth September,eighteen hundred per and nine two thousand five hundred dollars. live, eight thousand dollars. North German Union by means of their respective deduct the amount re- the Eong Kong post department agrees ts4tfi*
third article fifth Jane Meaty For pay of farmer, in conformity with same article of ,
dollars for
tlmuinnd treaty For ninth of instalments In
keeping *
per twenty repair
rigbttx-n hundred and fifty-four, seven thonxand five ll- e hundred dollars. same treaty, one thousand dol'ars.Forsupport raw and flouring mills, and for furnishing the necessary post departments ; and this correspond- qaired. at the agreed rat, for s cost of the intermediate without$ charge all letters, newspef aal

hundred 4oJLars.a permanent second October annuity .ilverper hundred third article of one blacksmith, and for tools, iron and tools and fixtures, per fifth article treaty ninth June, once shall embrace transit thereof between the two prices current, cmaght, by the United State. '

XIAXIKS or IXDIASA two tieaty thousand five hundred, eighteen dollars. and eighteen, steel,ani other 01 tides necessary for the blacksmith's eighteen, hundred and fifty-five, fire hundred dollars. 1st. Letters ordinary and registered.2d. frontiers, and the amount ot the two net coma mail packets, addressed to Hoag".Kont aai.
v shop, iu conformity with some article of same treaty,
interest on two hundred and twenty-one thousand For permanent annuity in money, per second article one thousand five hundred dollars. the For hospital ninth,of and twenty providing instalments the necessary for keeping medicine in repair and Newspapers, book-packets, prints of all shall be equally divided between the two omcea.ASTICXJI also, to forward withoat charge all sbcaTkteS.'*

hundred and fifty-eeven dollar and eighty six treaty twentieth September, eighteen hundred and For the building of a taw mill, storehouse, and for fixtures therefor, per fifth article treaty ninth June, kinds, (comprising maps, plans, engravings, XJJ. aewtpaptzs, W, aa are addressed te the CUavje'
uninvested, at five per centum, per Senate's enty-eJght, two thousand dollar the pay of engineer and Imployec, eight thousand two eipnteen hundred and fifty-fire three hundred dollars. and all The two poet department! shall Establish by ports above named, sooth tf 8&aaglisafaai
to fourth article treaty fifty June,eighteen For permanent annuity in specie, per second article hundred and forty dollars.M.tneconjoas. drawings, photographs, lithographs,
and fifty-four, eleven thousand and sixty-two tioary twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and twenty- and. blacksmith's For ninth twenty, tinsmith's instalments, gunsmith's for, keeping rarnenler's in repair, and other like productions of mechanical processes, agreement, and in conformity with the arrangementa the United States postal department, ea iti fc

aad eighty-nine cents.ULXI&eIL. nine, sixteen thousand dollars. and maker's shops and sheets of music &c. ) and or samples of in force at the time, the conditions upon agrees to deliver without charge all lettia* '
For life annuity to chief, per third article treaty twen- For third of twenty instalments, to bcpild in such wagon plough tor providing patterns ,
) aiVMU tools therefor, fifth si Jele tieaty June and seeds. which the two offices respectively exchange uwspspi, **., originsling >n '
tlJth October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two nUdes as the Secretary of the Interior may direct, as necessary merchandise, including grains may
permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, per hundred dollara. per fourth article of treaty of October tenth, eighteen ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred And such correspondence may be exchanged,' in open mails the correspondence origin i'ingin the ports m.ationed, and ferwared byiassek.

article treaty third August, seventeen hundred For life anuity to chieLs.per third article treaty twentycixth hundred and sixty-five, ten thousand doL'ars. dollars.For ninth of twenty instalments for the pay of A pbyeician whether originating in either of said countries or destined to other foreign countries whiei eta addressed to sad delirerahlem the t.('. '
five hundred dollara. hundred
September, eIghteen and thirty-thne,
permanent annnuiry in goods or otherwise, per seven hundred dollars: Provided, Satisfactory eri.1mc Otk-raJl.pak Band. per fifth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hnndrcd and deetinou toe the other, or originating in or they may reciprocally serve aa utermediaries. States. An Iettsrsnswip&prxi;

treaty twenrt-first August, eighteen hundred shall be shown to the Secretary the Interior that the For third of twenty inV.nl men U, bi-n thirty dollars and fi'ty-five, ono thousand lour hundred dollar dost'aed' for foreign countries to which these It is always understood,4iowever, that such by either oSoa to the other,voder this araatmsnt. -.
two hundred and fitly dollara. chief or chief* provided for by said articles arc still for each le Jge or family, (three hundi.4 lodges.) to be For ninth of twenty instalments for keeping in repaii intermediaries. correspondence shall only be charged with the shall bo plainly stamped with the"wards"if :
in paid in ucli articles ax the Secretary ot the li'erior the buildings required for the various employees, and may respectively serve as .
manent annuity good* or otherwise, living. 11 C-
and pel separate article to treaty thirtieth September per, For permanent provision for tho payment of may direct, as per fourth article treaty of Oi> >' ;r for providing the necessary furniture therefor per fifth ABTICLH IL rate applicable to direct international corregmented all: a red ink, oa the right hand,

hundred and nine, three hundred and fifty in lieu of tobacco, iron, and steel, per second money article twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-live, nine thousand trtrle; trt-aty ninth June, eighteen hundred and fifty- for the of mails shalluonthopaitof spondence, su by the postage due to corner oi the face of the address, &IL11

*. treaty twentieth September, clghtee. hundred and dollan. live, three hundred dollars. The offices exchange foreign cotinthea, and by any other tax for exterior bear! lbs stamp of the mailing exchaags ccsi .
For ninth of Instalments for the of each
and tenth article of the OZ4l4 Band. twenty sultry bo "
twenty- lght treat.f., fifth and
their&ce and that of the
MODEL 1XDIAXE. ice. re ariaj. cdwafij' .
I-IFor June person as the said confederated tribes and band of Indians sen .
seventeenth hundred United States
,eighteen ai>1 forty-fix, three the :
biftth of ten instalment* for keeping in repair hundred dollars. For third of twenty inctalmects to bo paid iu such articles may select to he their heal chief, per fifth article ( ) But the North German office reserves the aosentheirbec.k ,
and touring mills, and for the of as the Secretary o" the Iurior: may direct, a* per ninth June, eighteen hundred ami fifty-five, five let Now York. *
pay necessary em For permanent provision for three blacksmiths and fourth article of treaty of OCLAM.twentyeighth, e'jh- treaty right to fix a time, if necessary, when this rule AnojiIT.. ., I; KTb
the benefit of which to be shared alike by all assistants, and for iron and steels for hundred dollars. 2d. Boston.3d. .
shops per third teen hundred and ten thousand dollars. shall to despatched poatl department of the Unitsd SU
sixty-five, only correspondence >ai U -rt r, eighteen hundred ant fifty-Jive, OIK- tircnty-six second article treaty twentieth September, &t.i ArCS Band For last of ten instalments to be paid! to them or cx- from the United States for such other countries, tad Of Heat Kong shall each retara.vteBtVj

(t uiiith of ten intahuenU fur the pay of a airpcn- twenty-ninth July,eighteen hundred and winch they shall remove U and settle end reside upon 5th. Chicago.
to each lsmil .
treaty lodge hundred
twenty. or liwo and eig. rule in behalf of the corrnpondence despatched tiona win allow, all letters ww .
; Joiner to aid in erecting buildings and making iilne, two thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. lodges,]to be paid in such attic! :s aa the Secretary of ;u- their reservation, per fourth article treaty nineteenth ((4)) on' the part of tin North (Jetmaa ym ,
fur said Indians, and to furnish tools in said For permanent provision for fifty barrels of wit, per Interior mayuirect, na per tourtu attk-ii of treaty of October April, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, cixty-five thou i'lion through them by the Nor h German office withoet claim. wlch cannot for any sasss) Ifdelivered. .

I per second article treaty twenty-first December, second article of treaty twenty-ninth July, eighteen twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, fight sand dollars.CCXCRAI : Axncu XTTT. *l-
hundred and fifty-five, one thousand dollars. hundred and twenty-nine,four hundred and Ihirty-soven thousand four hundred dollar INCIDENTAL SXPESSIS OP Till INDIAN agavica. 1st. Aachen, (Aix la Chapelle.} Each: office grants to the other the privilege of Axncu V u'atj
pay of teacher to manual labor school, for all dollais and fifty cents. For second of five instalments, being twenty-five dollars !- 2d. Bremen. ...-. --- % .
Arizona. transit of the closed mails exchanged fa either flfl nf malls T"VI 1I' -
materials therefor, and for the aubtdsUtnce of For interest on six hundred and forty-three thousand for each lodge or faintly located on lands for agricultural 5.bnngS
papU,per aecond article treaty twenty-first Decem dollars, at five per centum, per seventh article of the purposes, (thirty-tight lodges,) to be expended For the general incidental expenses of the Indian ser 3d. llamburg. direction, between the latter and any country between the United States t1 :

eighteen hundred and fifty-five, twelve hundred treaty of the fifth and seventeenth June, eighteen hun m agricultural implements and improvement, per filth vice ID the Territory of Arizona, presents of goods, The two post departments may at any time to which the other. may serve as intermediary, Yokaama, Japan, and the

*. | dred and forty-six, thirty-two thousand one hundred article treaty October twenty, tiaruieeu hundred and agricultural implement, and other useful article, and discontinue either of said offices of exchange or by its usual mtin1 ot mall transportaticn whether ofice by means of United Btata naja'yiitisiaisVeocipriaTBg
and fifty dollars. toawtlrt them to locate in permanent abodes, and sus- ,
rtrnxLcr, LID OTBIX TEIBKS: ASD BANDS orIXDIAKS. sixty-five, nine hundred and tiny a'olUrs. establish others by mutual consent. *'"*" .
i ifuartceoth Fcr this amount, to be charged to lh. l'GttawstomIe lain themselves by the pursuits civilized life, to be on sea or land, and. the terms of transit a npondene0 orfgteaMaf .
fund,to enable the President the United State* to 4 WO AUU Isani. expended under the direction of the 8ccre iry of the In- shall! be agreed open when the exercise of the and addressed to Hong Kongaad ta*

instalment, in part payment for rc- carry out the provUionn the third article treaty of November For third of twenty instalment, to bupail in suc.li articles frinrf.ftv U. I.IIJ tVnuiuinfl.* ilntlnm.. ARTICLE III ..... .laan .. .aan.eA shore designated'and vice versaj*
Ln<(. luieat of title to lands, to be applied to beneficial fifteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, with M the secretary of the Interior may direct, as per California.Fur V' ports "
objuvtk, |>er fourth article treaty twenty-sixth December the Pottawatomie Indiana, as modified by the traty ot fourth article of treaty of October nineteenth, eighteen Each office shall make its own arrangements AKIO.X XTV.Th P i aewe <>"f i* t"
i hteet. hundred and fifty-four, one thousand two hun March twenty-ninth,eighteen hundred and sixty-six, by tiundred and ixty-five, six thoaaand dollar ervice the in California general incidental expenecvt of the Indian for tho of its mails to the other office postal aceooaU be:ween the two cukes Chinese ports and addressed
dred dollars. For second of five including travelling expenses of despatch
those hundred InnlalmenUf
paying to six members of the tribe wit being twcnty-flve dol- eomftkMKsVUlof
For fourteenth of twenty Instalments fur lay of intractor have elected to become citizens In accordance with *ai .an for each lodge or family located on lands for agricultural the upcrintrndmg agent, five thousand dollars. by regular lines of communication ; and shall shall be stated qnarterlj, and transmitted and subject to the same terms and -*

,- smith, physician who shall furnish medicine article, the proportion of the cash value of the Potta purposes, (ono bundrou and thirteen lodge,) to Colorado Territory. at its own coet pay the expense of such inter verified as speedily- practicable ; and the bal- those .t&blisbed by Aitit1e thaeonvsjfc.-

to the aide, carpenter and fanner, pet tenth article watomie annuities U> which they are entitled,,three hundred be expended in agricultural implements and improvement For the general incidental expenses of the Indian ser mediate transportation. ante found daa shall oe paid to the creditor office tigc, with respect to the CpOen S

treaty twenty-sixth December, eighteen hundred and and seventeen thousand six hundred and fifty-fivt *, per fifth article treaty oi October nineteen, eighteen vice :n Colorado Territory, preseaU of goods, agricultural either by exchange on London or at the changed between the United States' and Hsa '
fitty-toor, five thousand dollars. dollars and ulncty-lx cents, fir so much thereof may hundred and sixty-five,two thu.l! fight hundred implements, and other useful article, and to a'asist Tho two offices, however, mutually agree ,
For fourteenth of twenty instalments fur the support be necessary to comply with the provision of said And twenty-five dullare. tinni to locate In permanent ifxxlea and nistviti tirmDclvt that, in making contracts for the despatch of debtor office, as the creditor office may desire gtmg: and dependent Chinese porta! '

of an agricultural and industrial school,ond support or treaties: of which amount one hundred and ten thousand For pay ol farmer, in conformity with -i .. '- ofireatyof by the pursuits of civilized life, to bu espcnrtfd mails from American or from European The rate for the conversion of the money of Aancra VI. v

smith and carpenter shop, and providing the ntotpsarroU and ninety-one dollar and vevcntv-fonr cents, or October nineteenth, eighteen iiunun and under the dirvctiou of the Secretary of the Interior ports, the two countries shall be fixed by common AUJecters, newspapers, anti prices curare!. i iatandnti -, :
tbctvlor, in with tenth article oi the those steamers and lines should always
conformity so much thereof may be necessary, is hereby appropriated oixty-five, one thouaand dollar. thousand dollars.Dakoa. 1-orts,
ti .ty of December tw ntr-ixth, eighteen hundred and in con, as contemplated io treaties of Jiovenr.- For the erection of a blacksmith's shop, In conformity twenty-five ba employed, so far as consistent with the rates agreement between the two offices.AXXICLS to be forwarded froca Jfyg Kong to the- -

fill,. :5ur, eight hundred dollars. her fifteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, and with sixth article of treaty of October nineteenth, eighteen TcnUcry. of by which the mails despatched shaft XV. United States by the direct line oi OnitoiSetae-

fit rtacc IVDUXS. March twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and cixty-six; hundred and tixty-five, five hundred dollars. IVr the general incidental expenses of the Indian service postage, When in port of either co&rtry & closed mail packets1 running hetweea Saa Trtadboe.
a and the 8ocr *iry of the Interior U brf>y authorized For the support of one blacksmith, and for tools, iron iu I> kotft Teirltory, presents of good*, agricultural caniie.t arrive at their destination ; and when any adJisssei .
For fourth of five instalment of second series for beurficiai to sell nix hundred, twenty-ono hundred u i htleth nd steel, and other article for thaamiih'a f hop,iu con mplem ntH, and other useful articled, and to assist/ them the speed is substantially the same, that the mail is transferred from one vesw I to ano'her i' and Ilmig Kong mast te specially te -

object, at the dincreUon of the Presideut, per parts of the eeveral clotaws o< bonds held by 1 < trust oiriiity with tilth article treaty of October nineteenth, to locate in i>ermanent abodes, and sustain themselves most favorable pecuniary conditions should -be without any expense to the office of the covntn be sum aided by the route. > -
fourth anicU treaty June eleventh, eighteen hundred for said Pottawotomie Indians, onl pay ti \\t eighteen hundred and rixty-Hvc, one thousand five hun- by: the pursuits civilized life, to be expended under where the transfer is made, such transfer shall A1TX1 YIL
It is also that the cost of international
and fifty-five,eight thousand dollar thereof without any deduction in compliance vim ... trod dollars. the: (direction) of the -crctary of the Interior, fifteen preferred. agreed
For uinth of twenty instalment for the support of provisions of said treaties it beit.g the share of thiabovementioned For the building eta Haw-mill, stoiehous, and for the ih'ytsand dollars. ocean and territorial transit of the not be subject to any postal charge by one office The two postal departments may by mutssfr

two aubools,one of which to be an agricultural and inductrial six hundred Veron in the bonds belonging pay of engineer ant employee, eight tbuiicuuj.to him- Idaho Territory. closed mails between the respective frontiers against the other. consent man sods detailed regslaJwoe a..bsU-
school, keeping in repair school-buildings and
to said Indians. -Ired dollars. XVL
fir providing suitable furniture, books, and stationery For the general incidental expense of the Indian service shall be first defrayed by that one of the two ABTTCLB vOfficial be found neeassary to carry oat the objects ei -

per filth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred rOTTAWATOMIES Or HCUOX.Fo Ufj/tr Tanctonait Baud. in Id.iho Territory, presents of goods, agricultural departments which shall have obtained from the communications addressed from oaaoffice this arraagement,saehregulations .to tovainahle

aad fifty-are,fire hundred dollars. For third of twenty Instalment to be paid in su-h articlwi implements, and other useful articles, and to assist to intermediaries the most favorable pecuniary to the other shall not be the occasion of at time on a reasonable notice> kyMtber
k or ninth of twenty instilments for the employment ; -rmaucnt annuity in money or otherwise, jrB'jcoud aa the StxrtUry ol the Interior may direct, as per locate in permanent abodes, and sustain the.nselves by accounts between the two offices.AKICM any
of OM superintendent of teaching, and two tettchen,per article treaty tcventeontb November, eighteen lourth article of treaty of October twenty-eighth, eighteen the pursuits of civilized life. v> be expended under the terms for such conveyance ; and any amount so any office.AZTBXS
fifth article treaty eleventh Jane eighteen hnn'rci and hundred and sixty-seven, four hundred dollan.QtAPAWS. hund-ed and sixty-five, ten thousand dollar direction: of the Sec *etary of the Interior, fifteen thou advanced by one for account of the other shall XVTL ; VHL Z'
,two thousand two bUIa&ed dollar.
: fifty-five For ninth of twenty instalment for keeping for kecp- J'anctonai Band. sand For dollars.amount found due to the United States, on the be promptly re-imbuned. Letters wrongly sent, or .wrongly addressed. This ooarentiea shall come late opeatka Or

hag in repairblankaailth. Uinnutb', gnn mlth*', corpentei' For education,during the pleasure of the President For third of twenty instalments, being thirty dollars settlement of accounts of t Ilb Lyon, late governor,and ABTICLB IV. or not deliverable for whatever cause, shall be first day of Novnber. la &.'usV Mte

*, and wagon and plough maker shops, ana for per third article treaty thirteenth Miy, eighteen hun for each lodge or family> (thiee hundred and fifty no forth, of Idaho, claimed by him to have been stolen for the rate of retamed to the originating office,at its expense terminabLe at any time oa a notice sy. erU*
lodges,) to be jwid n such articles Tha standard weight single
Aprovidiu nowaoary tool therefor, per fifth article dred and thirty-threu, one thousand dollars. a* the Secretary of forty-nix thousand four hundred and eighteen doilvra Ii :' ,,
treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fiftr-fire.. For blacksmith and assistant, and tools, iron and steel the Interior may directs per fourth article treaty cf end forty cents, to be appropriated to the Indian to international postage, and rule of progression, fan j expense is incurred. Registered corraspoaaence .ifflnf jf) f\ month '
five hundred dollar*. for shop,during the pleasure of the President, per thin October twentieth, eighteen hundred and tixtv-fivc, ten whom the fend in the hand of the said Lyon belonged shall be1st. of all hinds, not deliverable for any Ia witness whereof 'X bare ."hetato ** 11--

For ninth of twenty instalment for the employment article treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hnndivd ana thousand five uundred dollar at the tisre of the loss. 15 cause, shall also be retained in like manner. aaad sad the seal of thPoatOfi Dcpartn-oi
For second of five instalments For letters grammes.
of one anperlntendent of farming, and two farmer, two thirty-three, one thousand fond]sixty dullors. being twenty-firo dol- '
mliiwra, two blacksmitht one Uoner, one gunsmith, en. For farmer, during the pleasure of the President, pet tArs breach lodge or funily located on lands for osrictilnnl Montana Ten ILory. 2d. For all other correspondence mentioned All other correspondence which cannot bade- this twelfiAday of November, 1367Aux. "-- --

carpenter, and one wagon and plough maker, per flftli third article treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred purposes, (one hundred and fifteen lodges,) to be For the general Incidental expenses of the Indian service in paragraph two of the first article, that which livered shall remain at the dispositba of lbs reeeiving (1.. a.] W EAXDALT, .

article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and and thirty-three, six hundred dolUr : Provided, That upended in agricultural implements and Improvement .. lu Montana Territory,presents of goods, agricultural office shall adopt for the mails oc& Any postages upon correspondence Peat master QaoctaLIa
: fin y-flTe,aitmt thousand dollar *, per fifth article of October the despatching
this sum of six hundred dollars together with any unexpended treaty twenty, eigh implements and other useful artlclon, r id to assist
Far ninth of twenty inatalmenU for keeping in repair balance heretofore appropriated for the employment teen hundred and ixtyflvc, for the fiscal year ending them to locate in petmanent abodes, and sustain them which it despatches to the other, adapted to the returned which shall have been charged witness whereof XKara JkSMnh atiA"8l#

**w and flouring mill, and tor fumiihlng the necessary c.fa farmer, may be used in the purchase ol June thIrty,eighteen hundred and sixty eight, two thou selves by the pursuits civilized life, t-> be expended convenience and habits of its interior administrat against the office of destination, shall be as- head anti the seal of the colony of.BkBgJKaefc'. .

tool and fixture therefor, per fifth article treaty such articles of food ana clothing as may be thought aand eight hundred and seventy-five dollar under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, fifteen ion. But each office shall give notice to the charged from the account.AjtncuXyiTL. at Vktoria herein,. this teatA. dyJfiAflf a*lt, 'S
eleventh June, eighteen hundred For pay of turner, in accordance with
and fifty-five, trey necessary in the niseretion oftbe Secretary of the Interior. fifth article of thousand dollar .
hundred doUan. treaty October twentieth,eighteen hundred and sixtv- other of the standard weight it adopts, and of IM7. r 3 -
ninth ot twenty Instalments for keeping In dye, one thousand dollan. Nevada. thereof. Tfn1'mDGz&v MAD
repair subsequent change In view of the desire of otltr (Chr- -
qVl-XAl-BLT AXO QVIL-LF.H-rTfl IXDUSf. any possible
the hopiua, aM For the erection of
funltdre Uerefor providing,per fifth article the necessary treaty eleventh medicine June and, For tbe third of four instalments article of same treaty,a five blacksmith hundred shop dollar, per the same For tho general incidental expenses of the Indian The rule of progression shall always be an man states to avail thenu lvea of t.c! ". nta- Ouvitnos:and Cor-nder-Id

etghtteii bandied and fifty-five, three hundred dollars. sand dollars(being the fourth series on) foi tirenty-fi bencfio< tliou-' obtcto For the support of one blacksmith, and for tools, iror, service in Nevada, presents of goods, agricultural additional single rate for each additional stand gee of postal association with the S now I hereby approve the afcngoiag,

roe niBthof twenty instalments for pay of a physi- < under the direction of the President, p -r rth and steel, and other articles necessary for the blacksmith implements, and other neemul article, ard weight or fraction thereof. The weight embraced in the North German Union, it is farther and in ttImony thereof I

c.an, per and fifth artlcl. treaty *veBtk June, eighteen article treaty first of July, eighteen hundred ana itu-- chop, in conformity with the same article of the and to usaiet them to locate in permanent abodes stated by the despatching office shall always be that the of this coavcn- of the United Sutet to be JUai
iidrcd fifty-five agreed
OM thoaaond two hundnd dolJror tIre, one thousand three nnodrcd dollars. same treaty, one thoimnd five hundred dollars: Pro
That in and sustain themselves by tho pursuit of civil in of manifest mistake.It It. a.} .Aramiw Jcus-
For ninth of twenty Instalments for the support of an Tided delivering the annuities herein named to accepted except case tion shall be extended to and shall compose -
niMth of twenty inUlinenU fx keeping in repair e ficoltural and iadiutriol school said for pay of fuit.ie tl.e Blackfrct, the Lower fcrule the Minth-conlouz, Ono- life, to bo expended under tho direction of tho is, however, understood that so long as the them whenever such, other States shall daclarethrir ytbePnaideat -
t** bulidiB** for the various employees, and toe ptovl- a nutrnctor. tenth article first papas, Ogallallas, tUas Arc*, Two Kettlte, Upper YanaUinnaU of the Interior thousand dollars. WrrrnsclL&wnan -
ding the treaty July, Secretary twenty Gorman office employs the loth as its standard desire to this and notice ,
; oeaemary furniture therefor, per fifth article thieen hundred and fifty-live, one thousand five bun- and Yanctonn&i Sioux, if any persons of the 'join foe purpose, 5 -*
testy .keentb Jan., eIghteen heudred sad fifty-five, dred dollar said bands ahaM be peimanently absent, the Secretary for the single weight of letters which it despatches thereof shall have teen given to the United Secretary of Stasav -.. kSWAsRn1sToN -

two hondivd doUoia. For ninth of twenty Instalment for amith- and car- may witobold such part of said appropriation as may be Yew Mexico. it shall also be accepted by the United States Post Department.Axncu. NovacaberlS 1S67. 1-
eat a-sUi ef twentyinzta.Iments for the salary of inch the proportionate share of said absent persons. And if
poater ohop to provide the necessary tool there States office the of 15
pereon a*the tribe may select to be their head chief. for, per tenth article treaty first July, eighteen hundred such absent persons shall bo found to be hostile, or provided For the general incidental expense of the Indian as equivalent grammes,
:. per fifth treaty eleventh Jane for under other stipulation in respect to the mails which it receives from the
ejtfcJ eighteen hundred aad fifty-five,five hundred dollar treaty with the governmen' service in New Mexico of
presents goods, The offices shall mutual consent
establish -
and two by -
Mv-flve, five hundred dollan.Far .For ninth of twenty inatalmenta for the c tploynientf the Secretory may use the proportion of the German office. '
third of fcnr iaatalawaU to enable the Indiana to blacksmith, carpenter, and farmer, and a , remove sad locate Bpou the reservation,to be expended -a bo shall furnish medicines for the sick, per tenth artia other of said band by the purchase ot stock, provision and to assist them to locate in permanent articles into execution ; and they may modify THE :

U pkraghiitg land and fencing lot*, a* per first cUo** j treaty first July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, For*, clothing ut, and tranipoiting rieuUgral and implements. abodes, and sustain themselves by tho pursuits The single rate of postage oa the direct corrosjxmdence such regulations, ia like-aantc?, from time to _.i --.
: lounh article treaty of June ninth, eighteen hnndred tLrue thousand five hundred dollan.aoacB expenses delivering article of civilized life to be exchanged between the two administrations
and sixty-three thousand purchased for the several bands of Sioux Indians expended under the direction time, aa the exigencies of the service may raAancui -
twenty-five doUora. rrr-
mivsu. ties to treaties made at Fort In of the of the Intoiior shall bo as follows :
For third ef the taxteeo lastalmenU for Sally October, eigIat Sccrotaiy forty thousand U
dotting the ehiMrea who shall attend the boarding*choolanrovidirfg and- For fifteenth aixUea Uurtrlments la blanket,clotbu hundred and aixty-flt, twenty thousand dollars Collars. Ut. On letters from the United States via direct quire. XX. FLORIDAPablishsd ,:
g,terming utensils and stock, per third arttale treaty For furnishing the BiMeton and Wahpeton and Wahpeton
; the schools and
fttraUar. boardlng-houae with necesury tenth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, two Bioax at A>evil'a Lake, Dakota Xerritoiy, with ail Oregon end Washington Territory. line of steamers to Hamburg and Bremen,
the shall take at-
pBrchaaeof Decaeaarr wagon teams, > From the time his convention
ag thousand five hundred dollar rtcnltnral and mechanical implement, and (conditioned that the sea rate in such case shall
ricaitnroi taipienuat*, tool, and so forth, saLt fort provide for For the general incidental of the
their education, a* expenses feet, all former conventions between the two efficos .
euou loads be contemplated by the sixth and not exceed five cents for single letter rate and
lattittgot! a* nay needed for .
gardening *ACU LYD Volta or xionssim. seventh articles 1 Indian In and --
?treaty February nineteenth tcryico Oregon Washington and between the United States office -
a < *rminjr n>oesfof lb. schools, ae pea fourjth( hundred and eighteen ton cents per kilogram for other correspondence on the
;. clanM bM.nh article treaty of Jane nine, eighteen hun For permanent annuity in goods cr otherwise, per expended under slxty-aevon the direction, fifteen of thousand dollar to be Territory, including insurance and transportation ) ton cents. one part, and, oa the cthflr part, of Bremen and .i ; i i J
died and Ixty-lhraa thong*nd deilara.Foraalarroftwsubardiaau third article treaty third November, tighten hundred the Cuv. n. U. Whip of annuity goods and where -
presents (
pie Fanboult; in the State MlniMwouu no 2d. On letters from the North German Union also of LL&mburg4sb&u; ceaea to ba in force,except
abirf, M per fifth artl- and four, one thousand doUara For special provisions therefor is made
<* treaty of Jane nine, eighteen hundred and aixtythma For Interest on two hundred Uwuoind dollar, at five at lake famishing Traverse,the Dakota t3iueton and Wabpcton Indians and office by treaties,) via said direct line, (subject to same condition,) for the setUemeat of accounts which shall Sio WewvIf
fir* hundred dollars rach. per centum, per aooond article treaty eleventh jDrtober, U ety for the above named Territory, under the same travelling expenses of the superintendent four silber groechen.3d. hare previously scorned thereunder. Weekly, and
Fur moM of fifteen instalments to the eighteen hundred and tblrty- cvcn, ten thousand dollar pnrpothirty thousand agents and sab-agents
keep black dollars, to be thirty-five This convention being first approved shal
expended under ,
.mrth'ecbopi in repair and stocked with the *. the duection t*the flair. On letters from the United States via ..-$ --.
thousand five
ntorsearr hundred
tools and eaateti1s, per fifth ertfade treaty June nUth. Forintereaf on eight hundred r thousand dollar, at and U.B.VrbippleofFaribanlt to Li, lnthe8vt Minnesota; England, fifteen cents. take aSact not later than th*. 1st day of Jaaa-

eighteen hundred and sixty-three, fire hundred dolbvn. fl ve per oesttun,per second article treaty eleventh October furnished pay said Indians provision.daring and agncultunU the implements Utah Territory: 4th. On letters from the North German Union ivy next; and snail con m ia *ics until eaa- ITERYL T
eaULi For,.bos second] sad fiiieen so forth lutoimenU, and providing foe repair the of houses, dollar, eighteen hundred. and forty-two- ,. forty- thousand hundred and sixty-seven and eighteen winter hundred of eighteen,<: For the general incidental expenses of the via England, six silber groschen.6th. celled by,mutual agreoaent, or otherwise, nnffl ..alflsi

fi&Tgurr, toots,sad nasterisi., as pes arlicI.Mb ntneuaryU treaty SACK* tan roxM xunorai. dollars sixty eight and saten thousand four hundred and fifty.et-cn Indian somco, in Utah Territory, presents of Of the international letter postage via one year from the dais when one office shall

bli.lH, eightee; hundred and atxty-three, two wenty.flve cents. goods, agricultural implements, and other ne. England, the ocean single letter rate shall not have given notice to ths>-other of Us desire! to
tkarnd MM******!* For interest on one hnnd>od and fifty-aevon tboua&cd SIX sanDy Or MW YOBK. terminate it.Executed. Published EYBi7'ThursdaJ
Far at two at five ful articles, and to assist them to locate in exceed eight cents, nor shall the English and -
aUry matrons to lake charge of the boardta four handred collars, per centum under the direction For permanent annuity in clothing and permanent .
acbooU, two as.lsts.t leather. MM farmer, one ot the President; per second article treaty twen- per sixth article treaty vanU-enth otbt.articles useful abodes, and sustain themselves by the Belgian single letter transit rates exceed one in duplicate ai Berlin the twentr ,

mrpenter, and two milfaro, aa per fifth article treaty of ty-nrt October, eiihUen .hundred and thirty-seven;' eveaUen hundred and nlnety-lucr, four thousand November five pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under cent each. first day of October, one thousand. eight hundred '
Jane ninth, eighteen hundred sad alxtv-thnw, five even thousand eight hundred and seventy doUnrs.SUIIXOI.ES. hundred dollar*. the direction of tho and sixtyseven.smu. ... ,
tow ayl five hundred donor Secretary of the Interior, Gth. It is further agreed, that whenever any

0XAJIAS. : B'KLALLAXS. twenty thousand dollars. other regular line of steam communication, acceptable [ .] JOKX A.aox. TAo

Fur tb 6n4 of fifteen instalments of this amount, For five per centum interest oa two hundred and fifty For third of four instn'meuts on sixty thousand <1 '1- For the transportation and necessary expenses to tho two offices, may be employed directly sil CommIssioner, ku., kc.sILL. :

belt:third erf at rlc*. in money otherwise, per teurtir.rtl thousand dollar*,to be paid aa annuity, per eighth article tara, (being the fourth aeries,) under tho direction of the of delivery of provision to the Indiana with between any port of the United States '[ .3 HICHAM T. P1UUsRuf, *

l.treaty outoeoUi March, eighteen hundred and treaty seventh Aniturt,eighteen hundred and fifty- President per fifth article treaty twenty-sixth January in the Utah supcrintendency thousand dollars. and any port of the north of Europe at such Director General of tho Post Department
fiftv-four, twenty thousand dollars.ftarttairdAfteainetalneBU six twelve thousand five hundred doHar eighteen hundred and fifty-five,three thousand dollars! AY&'SATUBDAtlua
for keeping to repair a For Interest on two hundred and fifty thousand
Ealsiand saw emIl. and .appertef blacksmith shop, per at fl viper centum, to bo paid as annuity, (they agricultural and industrial school, and for pay for suitable For this amount to carry out the action contemplated the two frontiers shall not exceed for POST OYBXCS DsarAXTXXXT

iAth orttcie Uratr March sixteenth,eighteen hondredny having joined their brethren west,) per eighth article teacher,per eleventh article treaty twenty-sixth ; by act of Congress, approved May each single letter rate five cents, and for each WAsonttRox. Nov.12, 1387. I l _
sa$ cmr. and third arUct* treaty Uarrh sIxth, treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and flxty-six, October, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, one thouaand llAYiniF- xamIrted i and considered the stare- .
fifth hundred -
etkteii hundred and oixty-Cve, three Ltmdrcd dollars \ twelve thousand Iii b ndred dollan. ,,.,j five hundred dollars. eighteen and aixiy-fonr, entitled kilogram of other correspondence ten cents, in "tt ** .-.' .. l. -I
/lUra of UB twUlmenU far pay of one miller, per For interest oa ftfiy thousand doUw,.the rat of For ninth of twenty instalment* for the employment 'An act to vacate and soil the present Indian that case the international single rate of letter going articles of a convention for the amelioration -Itbaamors. .

ean {matiea. Bin hundred dollara.. five per orntara per annum,* "to be paid annually for the of a blacksmith,carpenter, former, and a physfcian,who reservation in Utah Territory, and to settle said postago by such line shall be reduced to ton cf the postal service between the-United :..

fi rtiilnl often iBstalfDetrt for pay of one miller, per support of achooU aa. tr third article Ueaty of March .h. IJ furnish medicines for the *tck, per eleventh article Indians in. Uinth valley," fire thousand dol cents. States) of America and the North German Union ; ... ; :,
eighteen treaty twentMlxthi October,eighteen
attti4laa,seven hundred and tvenl v dollars.tlirt twenty-first, hoodrd.andixtj-alx, twenty- hundred and fifty- -
I ) of ten lantalments for pay of Uadumith, par five hundred doBsra five, three thousand fir* hundred dollara.TABIOCACHS lars. 7th. On all other correspondence mentionsd agreed fipoaand executed, duplicate at

eame traaties, seven honored and twenty dollar ;For Interest oa twenty thouaand dollars, at the rate of BAUD OF CTAH 1SDUXS. in paragraph two of the first .article, the rate Berlin, the twenty-first day of October, cue or and

,V* ottoas. th five*support per centum of tbe per fiemlnola annum, "to Koventaient bo paid,annually M per thlrt for For the fifth of ten Instalment for the purcJ-ase) of KlfCTtLANXOCS. shall be, for the malls despatched, that which thousand eight hnndred and sixty-seven, by -

ItaYfartatrt on three hnndred thotioand dollar- ,at five article treaty of March twenty-first, eighteen hnndred nods, under the direction or the Secretary ot the Inte- For the expenses of colonizing, supporting. the despatching office shall adopt, adapted to Hon. John X KASSOO, Special Oomaksbner, --- ---- --- ._tp.rtVZsr ,s :

narswcttuni per annum, to be paid avml-aanaaily 1* an4sixty..suon.taoaamotldoUars. tier, per eighth article treaty of October even, eighteen and furnishing agricultural implements nci tim convenience and habits of its interior administration. to., &o., oa behalf of this department, and .by may other pap r iaIt
hundred and
or*och articlM aa the Secretary of the Interior To A dcfki icy in appropriation for suhsiatfrsj< sixty-throe, and Senate amendment of stock lha ,
aoaty supply pay of imployees Richard T. PbJUpsborn Director Geeeral of 'a4
necessary purchasing Bat each office shall ,
Mardi twentv-flfth, eighteen hundred give notice :
thousand and
ssajf direct.N Pr tint article treaty of Apterabcrtwemtyciae ,% IMiani, thIrJ.On. and eigbty4brso slx.v-fonr ,aiea.t
eighteen hundred and rixly-flve, fifteen dollars st s.snty-ntn* eeottj; which.vmount shall b. ten thousand dollars. -' clothing, medicine, iron and stool, maintenance to tho other of the rate it adopts, and of any ft.t Department of the North German Uain, : ;

( raoaad dollara, dedetod from any money or funds belonging to said For the but and of five instalments, per. tenth article of of schools for Indians lately residing in' Texas, nbaequer change thereof. on behalf of his department, tb.sau&eareby *a< !s the bestAdvertising' .

-; for interest,i ixtr-nizietbon&d one hundred and tribe ot Indiana same for treaty the Senate amendment thereto to bo ap but now residing on the Choctow. leasehold to hereby ratified ansi appi4 by and *i& lbs .
adefldoncyin U. plied purpose*of agriculture, and for I ho Annex VI -
tlWtf iteCaraat Bra pcreentvni per annum, beincta Tosapply approprbubxi pay ex.penM pursa ,
chase bo expended under the direction of Advice and consent of the President of Ur IT ..
endw and the niM
K<* flftyw ecuonsvf Undeetanart by ei4 ofoanmlpiion to iav *Ugxt. the losses of loyal drtUrir11* Mock snjmalf. .ten Uioa- Secretary .
",Vtrl v. three tttouaand touraMM7 114m*Ole Indian two thousand three hundred and six of the Interior, eleven thousand dollars. The prepayment of postage on ordinary let fitatcs. .

teen dopars. SBdnlnetoni cento.IIXXC4S.. ud Forth treaty*fifth, forth of tea purchase Instalments of prov, per*lon eighth.,under article the dl5Brtionofth8i of For tht mthtou mid er1fZisd tore shall bo optional, subject to the conditions t .In witness whereof 1 Have caused the seal of ., .5 : -
TrorUiono. andsolorth -
& in Article VII mentioned} but on registered the Post Office be
tho Interior Department to affixed hereto LABOSET CI
Indiana ten thousand 'A'
b*Oiwl and 1UO* Oeagt vr soM For the of BAYING
: S9 7 ** necMtaiy three thousand ,flv in ipecie fourth article dollars.- expenses colonizing, npporting. letters, and on all other correspondence men with ay signature, tia day and y *r first.abova e
Per annuity per FQr the and sl
peruMnent nbori4)Cl odwvet4eea.fivahandnd.4oiUti. purchasa ofiron,steel,and nccesosry tools for furnishing said bands with 'agricultural tionod in paragraph two of the Ant article, it written.. :T -
twenty-ninth September, blacksmith's .
treaty shop,as petentb
of saId implements and stock
) e3pwA& XD tZurnw4o BJCMICA*. knadredand twenty dollars.. treaty,twe pay of necessary employ- shall be obligatory.AttTlCUS [smAi.1r .4LU. W. R5xn'Lh

f Jhitf equal annual isastaiments! of the sum for ptmuomt wmnitjr in tpxM, p r .fourth artlds FoTpsyof blacksmith and assistant, u W.ramc ees, purchase of clothing, medicines, iron. ,and VII. 'fIIvmoyappxov'tU ..iej: v L ISI.

WtwVirtn Mre4 and six thousand dollars, t ng the onKti4ftirtc4U treaty sevcntoMOt JSeptetnbcr, eighteen, hundred a&d rtiWs er.ca.tasty,crZe.thonaandn.hmdrrd dclist, tool- and maintenance of schools, to be erpended > If, however, the postage on any correspondence 4s a"p

| >apilndpatavinofU4ru bu&drej ad six eighteen, five hundred oVdlort.. For insnnneo, transportation. and general incidental tinder the direction of the Secretary of the shall bo prepaid insufficiently, it shall net- A&d fa tertwoy ttetel aftnying i>w,,,cmsed CLSIXf &yii'r w

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