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 31, 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: UF00053711:00132
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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Paper J QA J1 1ll1 n; Z10hatlUteDf .Carolina.! .> W UIlAtt CUflin Boston Jlus..r T.V. P rUv North ': ,' : with'cue. Industry and patience, is sufficient
:tho'Conntios of Nassau,Batal;1 .{rdvaaw rad oa 4iuants. Bate lUsn.who brnptroaer-U0DEETiI..tXLMnLE. Cen&iagtoB, Vermont;WiBUm u. KemMe 2205 Green >
(oh >f 1.,f 1j'.t OJrrl +) 10 winajaforaatioa to Col. D. I* JIcGiy: ?rtU atTrf Trcaaurer-. .. Co'o ,: ..,. : street,PhiladelphIa. ; Hone Oracle. New York r II.II. Southward, the moke of ammmcrbill, tdlnrtrrf ..M "iftspdctahte'OcclnttAto! who
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'fficUl PafbfheF1. ut JohnVTSidu derup.J ,.. ,3 &&fr jgTrt STENHOUSE A CO. *' .t! t. Itaadquartcr*,
.IOL law WlCI1411I coao ICII T1J ; 'isii.i > E. At' TIX.llitl'ItEt& .1. It. Jonas, CUcup, IlU&oii; (Cyru U. Allen, n- I '. ;
,n dSunitci/l) Gi'. W r -Edwn ft Il'b" iU.BlrMI C1amrtn. He.ek J.re1htlf. I Penntl Indiana ; F. B.:Taylor Omaha. The rapid rako and the gleaming fork, f."' ..r
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; COULTJMefJIE8LkFiiYYftN Southern Lrec tire Iu work "
a on Heat si Hoi* ef Motion
'l' Farmer and wife and children at work
s' :;0fIPapeofthe Seveuhdie2aO B N tl.r85ay, Street, Savannah Georgia. ( M. IiMIILL4510c4e1cJ.tS. Headquarters" Atlanta Ga. I f Sharing the labor and all tha while Dr. Tyndall give* some very remarkable caJcallationa
trZ -- '. tJOFFZ01i& rpm mUwifeers in connection with their h ue.in .. D., WESTCOTT O. B. HAKT.IfllCVIT M. II. Bouth worth. New Orl Loulfciana ; John I ; of.tha fortes! ot
(chjQeludOi$ tho Counties of JolnniJ. Kre- t hi 15- : JL Charleston hare opened one in tlAvannah of the H. Caldwcll LaGrange,aa. ; 1l... Rice, Little Rock, nature and*>*&' truly
01 r I4 Dader. : ,' One little maiden down tha factsv ,In ,the great.,laboratory of
yard Ot'1\1t & van aaoM*nd style,when they wW keep constantly Ark.racfju on ,
., -, 's 4_ '* ,OB hand a full stock of Flour fiseoo. Corn and- Pro .' .001 BTT Z.UCNUWtCODLJflIIICC. Just where the land and water meet there are Ten. 91i"a cold winter's day
.JD'J'IU'1 1. d ; "" ; ; Ofti1Cfl CKAJT'. Afe? r--------- m' 4..o..ra1lr..U of which will be sold on the most j u3iuarterg, &ui- Francisco.Ooorgc ; forces in operation whose :fofltbanteal tolas almost
RA'rES FOn L .". -f,1-. ntuwaaUe, .. terms.. 3TKNUOUSE. CO. 40 3m 1st Juduial; Circuit-Homer G. Plantz.2d C. Qormnn. SAB Francisco Call&mi, ; t.1I AS. Wandering free till the work is ber, ,i exceeds comprehension. 'the, concussion
"rxtL&, FLA. .e Wm E. DoLoDK, Virginia ,Nnada.Republlean Chasing the waves with gleaming feet
JACZSQ4. A. Cocke. City ; '
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'! i r clit. 'L'G'A DVE : 6I J. 3rd 'I, Thomaa one pound Hydrogen with.eight posed.ofoxygesziseqnaltnthisrslaetotharpJaiugof.
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de&ignLd t : ; L. JACK80W c. &. Singing clearly across tho bay
( .0. 4th" Platform. ,
Fi..I1DA'JX1O: ( lkh 1 ". et n A..Knight. I .
.i.'iu I 147,000,000 foot
pounds one to
irtfl- Alluding
ani 8e\"t'llt Ju4C&l .D F1"ft1JT.'E T. SABAL i to J. 1 All unconscious of listening ear
JI1ft.h 6th IL Goss.James ,
fer the Yourth 1
t tII.cic11o'.P'C I' JONES & JACKSON The National Republican party of tho oiled this astounding fact he : "I think I did
VireuiU) will be acofdug to thc J1Itell by t'O 6th co T. I Simple ballads, so light and gay, It says
fixed L'' .' Mag11M.7th" States assembled in National Convention in the not 1 said
I FTCS, overate matters when that the imo
jaW" to11OV } ., 'L- ; : John Price. I Wo hushed our words as we loaned: to hear,
S.otJd f ArpHcatMt rur ttt'rs fLt.1uhiL1IpU1ttLL 600 < -' 33 VTc13s '. city Chicago! on the 20th of May, 1868, make lof gravity as exerted near the earth was almost

.LAppoinunnt, Yet.u..4. A4hnlnlaltnwr. 4week" ,, Or Frutk Sntllh's ttrooery SUre, M Fleet .. j, .A1haZ"ST..u.r..; XO.. A.T7&EUU .-' iys tho following declaration of principles: Songs of our school-days, long a vanishing quantity' in comparison with these

4..1'.tee...............S.keJbtotI.D4 ..............' t1lO > -AZtIBz, ,: ., : Rant Fresh hutton: :Fresh Pork furuHied JITATE \TT01L : First We congratulate the country on the Ringing out over the sunset fleas agonc;' molecular forces,and bear in niad the distances

) L: tl'rt 8 wf'okll.....1' .IS 1000 00 ') ."iOe Florid*., [F.b.2d 1867:-J1.r JL* .every,morning the First Hull CIa .the right-hand ltst ,r Iudkial, Gfrcuit Milton. assured success of tho Kcconstrnction project of Then, sweet in the silvery childish tone. which, llep&ftt.e Ibis as.oma before com billl. a;
oulb..It..t)$ 'e -
1 side going into the market. 2d evinced the in distances emaiL
i NotIOI'fI ant Aitein wilt III .-- sept26 Congress as by adoption a majority The battle-cry for the land of the free. ap aa to .utterly immeasnr-.
AU.aaocaNDa'ether Lrp1 tothq, {1Jtey OIiPPY and the .- --_ 3rd a r John A. Warrock..uh of the States lately in rebellion of Consti- ble.-fltill, it,ia'iapassingjover? these distancesthat

a1IlDbrI'( IelUonI rcqUtrN..t. thu rate or ont doUarpt J. D. MITCHELL M. D. B.: C. MORRIS, J IL. II c E. K. l'otter.5th" tutiona securing equal civil and political rightsto Dreamily drifting by Deer Isle, i tho atoms acquire a Telocity sufficient to
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*each all and it the of the Government them to clash with the tremendous
.qT of Shenff onJ other, unty I regard as duty : Wo and listened with ; cause energy
.A.4nrtUM.'lJ1t'11ta lay strange surprut,
olBefrl One 11011.1'per equarr.each insertion. I Irart.IM PHT81CTAX AWD gCROKOWOSioe MWMOTJ eendlur advrrthemPflt 1DU t Pf'C1y die Dum. at his former resideaoo, eoraer ef J'ell1lJa..4' ( FaetorLx' 7th" U Oscar lIart. tho people of such States from being remitted to down from peace the After combination;the'sabsfanco ts in a state
su&dent eunr Dropping quiet ikioj-
4bm.MrUoI required.. an4.enclose a. J ilia '. JacbouWe.l"e2S.U ._ a elate of anarchy. I of vapor, which sinks to" 2IZ deg., and after-
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"'.Wb ol"e",1II.ne laID.calUMII tell bow much pllce .rif DOticeer -. -__- -_- ----__, '=.z Second. The guarantee by Congress of equal Feeling our deeper life touched at its core !1 ward condenses to water. In the first Instance
which "llIh0 l1ulI"t. ,illz1yi = -= (GKXBKAb; Terms of Court, to all at the South ; the atoms fall form the
Ad"'u.men they nt'y OOMUISSI05T MEKCHANT, suffrage loyal men was demanded i together.to, compound;
Union.nd remit the LEGAL. By the simple of tho glad child-heart ,
) they Cfl een 1me 10 the ___ _-_, _ AS rHOVIDEJ) BT TUh: LAST UIGfLATOKS. by every consideration of public safety, sung I i in tho next the molecules of the compound fall
,.! pc ot "I,afUt'Bm lDH\'tiDn. : L 2* Old Slip, XETT TOUK.Benj. And peace in the boat and peace on the shore ,
.pS D tX1ukPitbe ipewiripied fI''elgbt lines '. of gratitude, and justice, and must be maintained Were and I, together to form a liquid;and the mechanical
.1 Xp4dDI aOUp&f1el typo solid. FRANK, LITTLE '. '1 c: furtin Iiariiia Jr. tttnera I! Partiier. Frantz B. U ni 1st Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. while the question of suffrage in all the so near yet so far apart. value of the act calculated. Kino pounds of
I.FPOVKTH ter and Wm.
; ..uttepla4Yelt.i LIII.k in advance, V-ea ; *' Brs-wm, Special. Partners. loyal States belongs to tho of steam In falling to water "
: properly people generate an amount
o VLC With.I t the law ,'bkbtI aafoUo1l' NOT .A.B T. PUDLXO1 Anjr,29tf. EscamLia county-1st Monday in ApriL Living our lives out day by day,
each these States. cf heat sufficient to raise
... I. 1&.baU behe 411L,of ,be PU'b "- in AU unconscious of 8,703 pounds water
.. / Santa,Rosa county-3d Monday April. listening ear,
.irnat'to publisb. all ao. sn4HdvCr4ela OFI1CB IX THB B1KK 100)1,, Armour, Third. We denounce all forms of repudia- one deg. Fahr. Now, the amount of heat necessary -
< .pK lie Cl.U not Walton county-4th Monday in ApriL Singing our sbng as we our
J'rQVAiCdI T1&$ go way
wiI ,. Corner of Baj and Ooeea Streets, Jncksonr llle. Fta.cptlUf tion as a national crime, and the national honor to raise a pound of water one degree in
...'t kt_MllI'I&opC11 any notice or *tl dverlnetA4e Land J 'urveyor.LAND Holmes connty-1st Monday after 4th Mondayin the of the indebtednessin Do we know who may be lea ning to hear i? would :
&IIUWC4 law 18 tcndert'd t reith.4. requires payment public f temperature pplied'TmechanicaIly>
_ibt fee by April.Washington. [St. louis Journal of Education.
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.. r -- SURVEYING the utmost good faith to all creditors at home bs competent to raise 712 pounds
=======_ =-z -- in all It* branches accurately Mondav after 4th I weight on*
.s= JUDICUL CUWtT.jjjjItthT H. BISBEE, ,Jr. ', : ,and HOMESTEADS and Entries of State Land Monday in April. and abroad ; not only according to the letter, '. foot in height. Nine pounds of steam therefore
procured located private tracts and city lots survey but the of the law under which it in condensing to water
ed,roads laid oat and the lines of Old Spanish Grants Jackson connty-3d' Monday after 4th Monday spirit was con- From the Practical Farmer. ,generate an amount
COURT '. correctly run and established. oct3tf & & l of heat sufficient to raise pound to the height
ATT tt N K T AT LAW. in April. Florida for Settler.
a s FOTSTH JCWC1 CntCClTJ! lAt Ba Office. .comer, of Ocean and Fowyth street,near Fourth. It is due to the labor of the nation of 6,713,7 feet, or'' 6,718,716 pounds to the

.. Chambers,jugw.tr; I**. I I"nslarure .r; 'u .. \1 Post oMee.J6HN Ml Tfrni, that taxation should be equalized and reduced Ed. ffutieal Farmer: height of.one fco ..This which is concisely expressed -
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.. .pTh: tfiewof, begun of the and Bute held at the Capi- .; ".l. I h Escamhia county-1st Monday in October. as rapidly as national facility will permit. S outhof the latitude of Lako George, 29 o by the term 6,718,716 foot pounds is the

'""-* Uie under the Tensed ConrtitnHoti passed JACKSONVILLE, MLVX19A. Santa Rosa county-3d Monday in October. Fifth. The national debt, contracted as it 40' the frost seldom injures vegetation of any mechanical equivalent the- mere act of con
'.*.* liiaeBttUedanacttorroTide i for the Publication .ilr CLARK, Walton county-4th Monday in October! has been for the preservation of the Union for kind, and accordingly south of that lake all densation. '

f "" .?LIlt LU&Ad Official and to-vit Legal Advertisements, ---. -. .. Holmes county-1st Monday after 4th Monday all time to come, should be extended over a fairperiod the different Iruita,temperate, semi-tropical and Now, take tho same nine pounds of water

'Ration Tmrored 4;July It shall Slrt'be 1WS the,duty of the cifYllitijudge of B. K-: FOSTE :;; PRWARDIN. AND COMMISSION MERCHANT October. ": for redemption, and.it is the duty of tropical, are easily raised-the peach and the and let it fall to ice and we have as the mechanical -

to Deisnat' one I"IHT publishedtSiiffxlJSS f.::3 lftHHl :' ';J'f A1DWROLESALE Washington county-2d Monday after 4th Congress to reduce the rate of interest thereon banana grow aide by side. And here and South value oi this act equivalent, of. 99,564
1 eone circuii nest adjoiniiw whenever it be done. of here all kinds vegetables bo '
can honestly planted
"blchwpershaube known as -th. Offlcial ATTORNEY AT1AW. DEALER IN Monday in October. may foot-pounds. .
'tWeftbe thereto 1judletli Circuit and ta-which all GH$4JftIES PROY1BION8 HAT, 1ftA111 Jackson connty-3d Monday after 4th Monday Sixth. That the best policy to diminish our and harvested in any month in the year. Thus tho nina poundj'of water, in its origin
and AdTertx-scmenl, relatloi ta the said ;" a.'j..rurrou.iiNIt. J'L.A 111 LIQUORS. 8EOAUS Ac., &c. in October. burden of debt is eo to improveour credit that North of Lake George, or rather north of and progress, fall down three-great precipices ;
I oStiT m to any County or Probate Court within capitalista will seek to loan at lower Palatka, an occasional frost is seen but the '
AOBNT FOB TaB BXTBKFKISB STB XB.. us money only first being equivalent to the decent of a ton
SJeteST description reqtil- -- Id Judicial Circuit Ttrm.
f Jlll4t1ya.-ube all legal p5.uhedl.y notices any very person at.'persons, -- --- -- A. U. Keed's Wharf, JscksoavUlo, Fl. Spring rates of interest than we now pay and must con- ,I very slight until within thirty-fivo miles of the weight urged by gravity down precipice 22-,

i. ,,.11aoU; of ISberifa and other county odlcors iu J. P, SANDERSON, JUDe u Franklin county-1st Monday in ApriL tinue to pay so long as repudiation, partial or mouth of the St. John's, where, and north of 320 feet high ; the second fall equal to that of

..y tcMIDt1*1 saId circuit .ball the be pub1iihe&-"Florida Ualou," & Calhoun county-2d Monday in ApriL total,. open or covert, is threatened or suspec where, sometimes once or twice in tho year a ., a ton down. a precipice 433 feet high

., :U.t.IIerefb iwerpBbUshed ordered at Jacksonville that in the County ofwlwSmtUU TOitinrs" AT LAW, HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF Liberty county-3d Monday in ApriL ted. little ice is formed and occasionally the very One stands in amazement-and almost,terror
a'- Judicial Circuit Iw and the ai4 paper Gadsden county-4th Monday in April. Seventh. The Government of the United surface of tho soil is stiffened ; but even at tho i before these fearful revelations of the tremea-

Is I herebf dckignat 811 the official Binmr paper,d l nttlarm for and the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. New Haven Con. Wakulla county-1 st Monday attar 4th Monday States should be administered with tho strictest mouth of the St. John's Irish potatoes may be dons forces of nature. Only think of the start-

3u4ical INuit'.in whkh 1*'4.tIfet1DQ 4. faI Aup.U-tt __________ -- in April. economy, and the corruptions which have been planted in December and January, and ripen. i ling fact that those snow-flakes which are now
t I a .a..ert 1dCba mentt oait.'I1r pzied'r 'tey therein --- IlARmE AWD FIXUC IlOURANCE. Leon county-2d Monday after 4th Monday in so shamefnlly nursed and fostered by Andrew ed by the first of May. And the last crops of | falling so silently out of descending so

S 'I'i bttah ; .MthaU'1iHlnti' ? Intb. B. E. PERRY, Office. the eaner ef Fcrsyth and Ocean streets--up April. Johnson call loudly for a radical reform. vegetables, such as cabbages turnips, beets, : IOftly ai to not hurt the fragile spangles of

: I Chancery Order Boot this 01 the J ndldal ditlirent Circuit Clerk'sii oGlce &.. K. F. FLOYD, Jefferson county-ith Monday after 4th Monday Eighth. We profoundly deplore the untimely carrots, celery, d.c., are raised in what aro called -I which they are composed,demand for their production -

the spscive ountiei A. A. KNIGUTI ATTORNEY AND C UNse .L.* Do .2 tf Agent in April. and tragic death of Abraham Lincoln, and regret the "Winter Gardens," which are plantedin i from aqueous vapor of as much of them
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"QCutt, 1Jt-4thJu.iWaIOrcul'. A.T LA.-v.T. Fait Term. the accession of Andrew Johnson to the September and October, and where proper t as a child cquld carry, an exertion of energy
>1 iF I I._I' E. Presidency, who has acted treacherously to thepeople care and culture is given no better crops ara competent to'gather up the'shattered blocks of
U. XV.r p. CM AS. L.
[FIFTH JCDICUX CIHCUIT.] 30 OOURT gTBEBT MATHKR Franklin county-1st Monday in October. who elected him and the cause ho was I raised anywhere in the United States. ; tho largest stone avalanche the eye of man ever

COURT. Boston Maaa. REED! & MATHER, Calhoun county-2d Monday in October. pledged to support ; has usurped high legislative -! Sweet potatoes is another crop already prominent raw, and pitch them to twice the height from
IN CIRCUIT 44 2 Liberty county-3d Monday in October. and judicial functions ; has refused to execute and destined to become much more so in j which they fell.

Finn J WCUL Cn: m.. ) y Post Office Building. Gadsden county-'ith :Monday in October. the laws; has used his high office to induce this State. They arc grown from slips taken The same molecular coangea constantly

LctIJutureoftJic.Stat At Chambers August of Hi Horida 1SIii.1flvca at f ,_ ---- -, -- I I Wakulla connty-1st Monday after 4th Monday other officers to ignore and violate the laws ; has from vines of tubers planted from February to occuring in tho human organism. White we
TILe REAL ESTATE. WholtMle. and Retell I I employed his Executive to render insecure April and these slips of vines be transplanted the frost is work '
**.the first seaMen tlierof. lpun and held at the CaplItl ,_. I in October. power may sleep at with the energy of a,
ef the 8Ut ,under the Con>tituu.m of 186,paswdmm --- '---- -' Stationers Booksellers Leon county2d Monday after 4th Monday in I the property, peace, liberty and life of the from June till August. This crop may thousand earthquakes,produces ft*woa&tms

Let eIIU\1cd an Act Official to ProriJe Advcrtwumcnth for the 1'ubhcation, ndcptedi 'I October. citizens has abused the pardoning power ; has easfly, and ia f&Ct..JfoJo..that of ms caLtrans n itlQns; anits) epiigf of waItIng *

f the nt Laws, 18G11 and to-1I'it: FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. keep constantly on hand,at Lowe Frieze than Jefferson county--1th Monday after 4th Monday denounced tho National Legislature as uncon- Irish potatoes, and with alight manuring,' there are also immense forces -at work in
ectlon t. 1&shall be the duty o( the Circuit Judges WILL be purchased eliewhere in the Mtatc,all srtirles in October. stitutional; has persistently and corruptly resisted yields from 180 to 400 baskets to the acre. the human laboratory. Every ,"afti1eetatioD

..'W each Judicial Circuit to designate rjrcmt one next paper aojolmng uuUiHhHl L. F. DEWEY fc CO., of Sta onery. by every measure in his power every proper Cotton, corn, cane, tobacco and sugar will, of physical force involves the. metamorphosis
within his circuit w in some > ; 3d Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. attempt at the reconstruction of the States without doubt dominate for a long time the of certain matter. The
** :IcII lw per shall bit Vnown All the Oflicial& itot the BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS, $-c., $ as a quantity force expanded -
In .tiob nil J > -. l Notices Real Estate Brokers in rebellion has perverted the leading staples of Central Florida and in the
I'Ifth judiaU Circuit, and >g Madison county-ht Monday in ApriL lately ; public patronage ; cane motions of the digestive organs
and Advertisements relating to the wUlnn said said circuit( rcu1t court,all or J Jacksonville Fla., July 1, 1&81. U Hamilton county-3d Monday in April. into an engine of wholesale corruption, cotton and the pine apple, tho banana the orange 1 and the heart and in sustaining the temperature

I I to leialBoUoPS say County of or any Probate description Corut 'um-d by law to; be Of'f'ICEJN THE "UNION BCTLDINO .' Suwannoo county-4th Monday in April. and has been justly impeached for high crimes lime and lemon will hold sway agriculturally -: of the body at a uniform rate, is equal to that

ibBshedbyanywwm or KTBOIIS, and all polices of JAozooizLt FLA. engttfHOTELS. Taylor county-1st Monday after 4th Mondayin and misdemeanors and properly pronounced in South Florida and on the Gill coast ; I required to raise 769 tons one foot high. The

"'. cherUb and other county oiiccr In any county in said -, FRANK SMITH, Agt. ApriLLafayclto guilty thereof by the vote of thirty-fivo Sena but from tho peculiar adaptation of the soil and I bodily labor performed by every working man,

4 I-.'-**teireatt,It U theretore ihall tMtftnbushM.ordered that tlw Fi<>n Ja Union," a -- 1 county 2d' Monday after 4th Mon. tors.Ninth. the superior facilities for communication with in addition to tho more act of living, is equal to
"Mwnaper published at.LKialllo, in thui county of Ho. 1 Sammis Block day in April. I i The doctrine of Great Britain and the great northern markets, the raising of fruits I'I lifting 200 tons one foot high, daily. But the

; ftnralutbc Fourth Ju.lici id] LU'Cuit.lUlJ adjomiug, the Columbia county-3d Monday after 4th Monday 1 other European powers that because a man is and vegetables is destined to be the all engross : most astounding fact of all Is this : that] the

Fifth 4ssurnated Jadidal as"Circuit the official be, and pa p the't for Bald the jmper k iftb i Judicial hereby JACKSONVILLE: FLA.I in April. once a subject he is always so, must be resistedat ing pursuit of East Florida. force expended in two hours of hard mental labor -

Sroiit,"ia which alll Icpil ixrticvs and official advertieeBMDU FLORAD4 .JIOUSE I Fall Term. every hazard by the United States as a relic The peach, the fig, and the orange are destined t involves an expenditure of power equal to
t.J' ,as specified in taid acetic IV, in iwld Fifth Ju.. HAS la, Store Ideas and Fork arriving.and llama Bacon Lard 8idee Butter and Shoul and of the feudal times not authorized by the law to play: a prominent part in the future of lifting 222 foot-tons. There is a class of people

.Aicial Circuit,ex any county that thortln.thin noti hall<.e be!bepUUibbed.Amd1tlsfurthurorUi n ,onifd inibe ST. .JIUGUSTL\ VLOB.1DA, Cheese Mackerel in barrels half barrels and kits. Codfish Madison county-.1st Monday in October. of nations and at warwith our national honor Florida, and aro worthy of at least a passincr in the world.who cannot be persuaded that the
t and herring,Rio and Java Coffee Broken and Hamilton 3d in October. and independence. Naturalized citizens remark or two. The peach thrives here :
Chancery UJr hook of tin diflcn-nt UcrkV: otHorstm Tea county- Monday are entitled throughout journalist who sits all day over his desk, preparing -
J tbe respective counties o( Uu J udici Circoit.T. D. BRADLEY, Proprietor. refined which .offered Old the Bourbon and Rectified Whiskey, Suwannco county-.1th Monday in October. to be protected in all their rights of citi- the State furnishing luscious fruit as in the material of thought for thousands of

lg Oth Judicial. 11. CjOiS.Ju Circuit.SEVWCTH f& Ope i for fieccptlon of Onctt, Ko,. lit, ISM." No.are Bd-tl by package only. Taylor county-1st Monday after 4th Mondayin zenrhip as though they were native born andno any section of the country. Experience has i j his readers, or that the author who writes books

-- - October, 21, 1861 0mUNION -, October. citizen of the United States, whether nativeor shown that trees from northern nurseries do 1 !' or tho clergyman who writes sermons, does any

I ,." JtrUItlAt ClECtlT.] Lafayette county 2J :Monday after 4th Monday naturalized must be liable to arrest and imprisonment not succeed as well as those from the Georgia i hard work at alL They insist npon it that he

p... 1,*,.. [ I HOUSE BERCKIAN'SFRUIT in October. by any foreign power for acts doneor nurseries. These are to be had of the first : is an idler; but according to tho above calculations -

@'I .q IN CIRCUIT COURT. 1 Columbia county-3d Monday after 4th Monday words spoken in this country, and if BO ar. quality, and of all deisrable kinds, and at very I he spends as much force in two hours as

SllEKTB JlDICUL ClBCTtT. tAt BY NURSERIESAUGUSTA in October. rested and imprisoned it is the duty of the government reasonable rates, and tho vigor and rapidity of i i the hardest laborer-exerts in his longest day's
Ciuonlnir) A 1.1,11)j8.I I i to interfere in their behalf. the growth of the peach in this climate sur : won ;.

rWndo Th LegtsUture of the btate of Florida, all M.: j.: MURPHY: 4th( Judicial Circuit-Spring Term. Tenth. Of all who were faithful in tho trialsof prising. There is nothing to deter but everything ____ _
the fint tel tln thereof, begun and held at the Capital -: SEOROIA. the late war, there were none entitled to more to encourage embarking in the raising of I Xtw .WONDKOFUZ. Fisii.-A few weeks

,t,'? ?eel Of an the act State entitled nodrr an art the tol'rovide(Ainatitution for or the 1MH PubDca-jpasi -;, Clay county-1st Monday in April. special honor than the brave soldiers and sea this fruit, and it is already occupying moro and ago a fish was caught at Eastport, Maine which

Ilea ef tile Lair mxl OlScUl and Le al dvertiso-' CORNER OF LAURA A5D UVir, BTJlKETS i iJ iI I Bradford county-2d Monday in April. men who endured the hardships of campaign more attention. Tho possiblity; of raising this 1 1 has defied recognition, either from the learned

-ta approved July SUt, ltM>S, to-wit : : FLORIDA AGENCY Baker, county-4th Monday in ApriLSt. and cruise, and imperilled their lives in tha service fruit so early as to forestall in the northern | or unlearned. It is part fish and part bird,
IcU':It ehall be tbe duty of tho Circuit JndpM ofsack Jacksonville Fla. Johns county-let Monday after 4th Monday the bounties and 30 in and 21 feet. It
Judicial Circuit to de..cnont paper:published of the country; pensions markets the harvests from any other fctate, will over fcetj length, girta
witfcia Us forcalt or in some Circuit next adjouiincwbieh ni8 HOUSE.'RECE3TTLT OPE5TED HAS BEEN TRXK8, FLA1TT8 AID ORAFK OTnTIN63- in April. provided by law for tho brave defenders of the very soon give an irresistible impulse to the has one enormous dorsal fin, two aides belly
t'XR. paper ahatt be know as the OfficUl Taper of.- T specially prepared lor the accommodation of visitors ( C1wIie .I. Nassau county-2
Judicial Circuit, and -hleh..U Legal'oliqu and Aftvcftiseawnts dining tbe tall and winter. April. the widows and orphans of the gallant dead are The climate and soil of Florida seem to be third of its length from its-tail, in connectionwith
. la the said Circuit Court, or to any The TABLES are supplied with tie ehoioeet articles VEARLINQ PEACH TREE BtTDDEJt TJF0N Dnval 3d afer 4th inApril.
Coat I r tTiobate Court wiUuu said circuit. AU Le111 farniaed by theDofflestic market,or ,received from the _J. native seedling stocks.QT county. Monday Monday the wards of the people-a sacred legrxcy boquoathod particularly adapted to the growth of the fig small fins, it has two huge legs terminating -
l Sottee*.of any description required by law U be Kcm.b. Order .oUcited and filled at list prieen.GatalognM to the nation's protecting care. also. Trees are easily started from the cuttings in web foet. Its month makes a line five

I flhenfls b ed:2r other any penon or ofiicvr pernon* in any and county aU iettoes in eaid of oirea.onabteterms.Transient fuenU permanent Warders, aeeommedaUd 16-tf. famished. Fall Term. Eleventh. Foreign emigration, which in the everywhere throughout tho State. They boar or six feet in length, the whole extent of whichis

":r1ztiresIt. aUU be pubJlI'br county" ..j > EOBT. C. LOWET, Clay county-1st Monday in October. past has added so much to tho wealth, development from tho transplanted young tree in one year set with innumerable small teeth very much
AM vrbetea; There u no japi-r. puDUtaeu in. iaefletealbJadKiat IS-If. Agent for Florida, Jacksonville Fla. Bradford county-2d Monday in October. of resources and increase of power.to the from transplanting and often bear in two resembling in size and shape the ,kernel of a

(Circuit an.I>! Inc!County Kk>r.0a lathe(Union Fourth" ts MJSCELLANEOUaPLANTEBS -- Baker county-4th Monday in October.St. nation, the asylum of the oppr!'nl of all nations years from the cutting and thrive wonderfully, species of sharp pointed poy-corn. It has| a

Js4 Msltehad cMCui&aa4adjoinIngiotbC la Jacksonville. UT Bc\enh JudwulCircuit. Johns county-1st Monday after 4th Mon. should be fostered and cnnturawd I li\-, a growing strongly. and rapidly, and producingcrop series of gills whieh overlap each other like the

.,.It U. therefore,ordered that the i>ai t .. :'f.' rjnkm" a Dew'' pcr published In the city of Jack- 'lP4 TB'poa Nassau after 4th Twelfth. This Convention let-Luc it* \m- Some of the varieties of Florida figs are equalto immense body, which was estimated to have
county-2d Monday Mondayin
1 the oBlcial -
--- eewiue.of the DuTal ticnnth county JnOiclal be desisuated Cirnat in u which .all legal paper October. : pathy with all the oppro( l people whi'h'ue the beat of the eastern varieties and there Is weighed when captured about eleven tons, had

..sotless sad a4\'crU..mt'llurf'l.ating Wtheaald Circuit 1 GARDEN SEEDS Duval county-3d Monday after 4th Monday in I struggling for their rights no known obstacle to the successful raising and no frame work of bones, its-moat solid portion
Court ec to any County or I'robate Court hv>aU $ten-. AND OTHEBS.on October. The following tueolutiond were olleiul by drying of this fruit to the same extent to whichit consisting of cartilage incapable of preserva4;
tU'a4kW CirrttfS: .UJ! >< i4 Notices,of any estrtpU on, is carried elsewhere.The tion. Its akin is dark and tough, like that of
imuk 4 by law to "be r.uwisni'd Ly any ItCtt.oA or per- Grab Ktlleral FaInt Company now suafaoI General Carl tkhiirz and ml"j>tcd as pint c.ilhe
.sal all 1Iotaoea ofSheritU and other county oJBeert twine the iest,Cheapest and most uunbl. PaID FOR iAUtf, WHOEESALK OR RETAIL, 5th Judicial Ctrcuit-Sprhlg T nn. grape too does remarkably well all over the elephant and rhinoceros.
?.N*. U uy eoaaty within said 'ircuit.shal)bt publisbcd. 111 nsa; two eoarl wen pat.e lf.,alxtd. wtthpnre Linseed foregoing platform : the State, and is begining to be quite prominent -
.And It ts totaewdmxl tliat tUU ixxto*bdrecordeg in on, Sumter county-1st Monday in March. Retdced, That we highly commend., spirit particularly in Middle Florida. Nearly DOVES AS FARM STOCK.-In many ,portions

._. *",!'! Oat te Chancery re.pecuvecountiesof Order Book ol this tbe diiicrtmt Judicial (CJurCt*rcUIL omcela ,, < Will Last 1O or. 15 Tears ; ,OB7T Putnam Marion count-2d 3d Monday in in March.March. of magnanimity and forbearance with which all kinds do well, but perhaps the Scuppernong France, it is said to be the pratice of landholders

JOHN w rjticr, and county- Monday the men who have served in the rebellion but ia upon the whole best adapted to the soil and to make a condition of their leases to

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1..a.r. 1.-. to salt tbe,taste'of the consumer. Itle valuable for restoring the peace of this country and recon and fertility. In the south part of the or dovecote and keep it well stocked with
-III--. -;-- --- ----- H-; r J Barns Feaeee OarrJag.' Carmakers b11a. and Levycounty-3d Monday after .4th Monday in j, structing the Southern State governments upon State, two and sometimes three crops of the those birds. The reason for tho condition is

.i : lanks- of all Kinds : Wooden-ware AgrMultural Implementa Canal owJ Wftoletate and ."RetailISTO March. the basis of impartial justice and equal rights, grape have been raised in the year. There is that these birds do a great deal of good in eating
Futt Term.,
: J 'VssthAtjND: SHIPS' BOTTOMS, are received back into the communion of the nothing to prevent the State from becoming a up tho seeds of noxious 'plants, such as

I Oans Kri&1 and shlngls .Jt..(1&& tetq'Fire$ and Sumter county-3d Monday in October. loyal people ; and we favor the removal of the leading State in the culture of the grape and chess cockle and the like. They can find that

'LJ required Ly J Waterproof) Floor OiiCloths,tone Maanfactnrer hay.I X ggis"ts, 1 Putnam county-ith Monday in October. disqualifications and restrictions imposed upon the manufacture of wine and good a quality.But which is shrivelled, as well as the seeds of
,. I 1- : ( t :, I iq uaed IOO ibbtttepastyear,)and M a p.tntfor saypurpose I Marion county-1st Monday after 4th Mondayin the late rebels in the same measure as their tho future of East Florida and South weed and grasses. It is in districtswnere the
CIRCUIT and OOfKTY COURTS, Ia onwrpejeedTor body,dorabllltj,:elatfjelty for October. spirit of loyalty will direct, and also may be Florida is properly more intimately connected pigeon is the most abandant that the wheat
J I bW wiIl.tlppIJAJ'taaul' years
: .- to and earn adeTISS. Alachua county-3d Monday after 4th Mondayin consistent with the safety of tho loyal people. with the growth of the orange and the lemon, fields are the cleanest and the crops the most

CJa ., PROBATE CO.ni; I ALL CASES ,. October. Retained That we recognize the right princi- than with any other single object of cultivation.The prolific.-TA*Spectator.CUKE .
r.i'1\O WARRANTED \IN Levy county-1st Monday after 4th Monday in pies laid down in the immortal Declaration of quality of the fruit Is equal, to say the least

.-.._.. JUSTICES OF THE pcE; .. above. Bend fcr a circular wMob gives full particuars. November.6th Independence as the true foundation of Democratic to that of the same fruit from any of the Eastern FOR BITES: rcou SXAXE ou OTHK&Poisoxovs
; '
- l1J(- I ? None genuine imleee branded 4la>trade, mark 4, government, and we hail with gladness countries, and as many think superior to REPTILES.-Take a small white glass
r Judicial Circuit
'I : : _:.A.TTt"A"Pw't A. Address ;' :, -Spring bottle fill it half full of Hartshorn
Oration Mineral Faint. ;?___ every effort toward making these principles a that of the fruit from any section whatever. or Spirits

1ft1VFS&OT11ER COUNTY OFFICERS I"'U T i, I-,8th 1'1r t f .i T.''Jacksonville.JLIJl| Fla.. SAMH1S' LOCK, BAY ST. Hernando county-1st Monday in March. living reality on every inch of American soil. Wild orange groves abound in many sections Turpentine, (Hartshorn is best) heated by
.. 'I", may I 1st tho State and the of warm water. Then invert the bottle applying
,'.' II ._ _ Hillsborough county- Monday in April. of process transforming
: and I Jil.c.rSO.iY1T.z.z.E": pzf. Polk county-3d Monday in ApriL the groves of wild or sour orange into orchards it closely to the.bitten place- and the poisonous

.I1- Manatee county- 1th Monday in April. PENSACOLA OBSERVER of sweet orange trees is so simple and so cheap, matter will bo seen to exude from tho wound
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EGAL': ; I and rise into the1 in the bottle. Of
: BLAI E:1: a Monioo county-2d Monday in May. that the demonstrable lucrativeness of the culture up liquid

<.T Ia arrIv Tbirsclioooer Alpha, a Wy assortment o i Having Hade arrang*ments. to be kept tJ.wYellPPJSe41 Fall Term. PubMied TRr.WZZlUY of those fruit must without doubt, soon course this remedy be effectual must be applied
4Z', 'rr: r *9 F EVERV: DESCRIPTIN: :: ; art or and Cottage Bctts Bedsteads,Chaw and tei'App1atthe from large make it tho leading agricultural business of the very soon,after tho patient Is bitten. Nor
tbe Rail Eoe4 PctwV Bofldtef. "; : ". SEED W WAEKHOU8E Hernando connty-4th Monday in October. BY WILLIAM KIRK ft COMPANY. eastern and southern portions of the State. should other precautions be neglected, such as

-, b.".."" 1 N LLliJ or priiited tooi4r.ILt rjioa i i.able I : ; ; 7.h T; ths ecech put up.for' oaf own trade with ear Hillsborough county-3d Monday in October. The Method securing a grove is as follows: a tight ligature between tho wound and the
fttesMthe ue4.: ,address em eerypsckge We have made our Store the Polk county-2d Monday after 3d Monday in BCBSCMPTIOK: In the grove of wild oranges the tops ,of tho bout and stimulants administered internally.
B. : October. Twelve mouth .................... |SOC trees are sawed off some four feet from tho Pxo
o IHlQ.I GARDEN SEED DEfOT Manatee county-3d Monday after 3d Monday OF PARDOX ox CwmacaTzo *>
0 ( :: caA,4 a months ..................... 600 ground, and the stumps, after some three or Cincinnati
Louisville the
bfma Mti ,..Ian. lap- :8 : in October. (In advance always) fourmonthasendforth strong and thrifty shoots. l\TY.-A dispatch to
ply of U _Wrc ttlauks we are prepared ttf furnish them R. : of East Florida, and will always keep a complete stock Monroe county-3d Monday in November. When they have attained sufficient size Gazette saysJustice :
( follows { : 01 all kind, Garden,Field,and Flower Seeds,suitable This lone cstabli-hed Journal become very desirable they Las rendered an important
ff.hlpl .r' e* '* p for our IOU and climate. Therefore we invite and solicit 7th e Judicial Circuit-Spring Terra. at this time, la view of the Tact that PensaeoU to are budded with buds from the different varieties .
( & I'iitJfJum CCPlE..) .. effecting her Railroad communication with the Northwest decision in the case of Blanton Duncan ug'the"
14.- PElt 'j the attention and orders ol all interested in having good of the sweet orange, and then, leaving such
t Dade county-1st Monday ApriL ,and of interest to enterprisingmen. United States. Duncan's
becoming a point property was
and the finest kinds of Vegetables.Jut
"Warrant for Commitment,.:. t. ; ..3)0 PJEALEB IN Gardens Brevard county-2d Monday in April. It is devoted to the development of the material of the stock as are required to give sufficient confiscated by tho government on account of his
? t 60 ,rit lo o1a i received,the following for Fall and Winter pluto in interest of the Sfeto of Florida and in its local department trees in tho original location, the suptrfiuos
JJAtUchmeotWritf.i'JJ e'iuirna
Volusia county-3d Monday ApriL in the rebellion. He afterward
: .
;. : devotes special attention to the immense Lumberand participation
ing trees are dug out and in orchard
3 Bond for Indictment ..t .. a'Oo Orange county' 1th Monday in ApriL Timber trade growing up in Its Tlcimty, M also to transplanted obtained a pardon and asked the District Court
.0. ) n .,. 3,00 :' GROCERIES 1 000 Pipers Fkt Dutch Turnips other commolclal item which to the careful reader will shape in some other locality, and thus the wild I his to him. The Court decided
: Coat t. .t. . 3,00 FAMILY 1 000 '":. Purple Top Rata J3aga, Fall;} Ttrm. indicate the development of the great nntural adrantagaol grove is made to do double duty. When carefully to secure this property could be, done act of -
,, ''. I 600 l" Rod 1'ensacola port. and skillfully done there is by Congress),
fo&trti-Larcenhj I- no difficulty
.2.60 a.
'x4:Waj "" .' 1st : in October. I Advertisements solicited. 24 This opinion, was-'conflrmed Justice
Dado Monday June only. by
t ::2,51J : .It. I.' GOO 8kirving' Ruta Baga, county in the whole process and under favorable circumstances -
i ,.'Wf.J1ff..dAaan1t. J'JI Blood and Beet Brevard county-2d Monday in October.j j Swayno to-day-
.... 2 .pitoyThIogw1 1 toO Long Sugar the trees may be thus transplantedand
; '! n. i,000 Lt.rgeEng.Drumhe&dCabbag.: ) Volusia county-3d Monday in October. budded at from 40 to
..L4&. :12, 'r.tlY..ti 601 cents apiece. VKBT ISCPOSTAST.-The leaves of elder, if
{ bm t4i.;: .., -.nt a sm ,60 ;::4'Ancl: ,600 ** Early York' II Orange county- 4th Monday October. Trees thus managed often begin to bear in three i strewn among corn or other grain, when it is

'd" m' I. : SSore; Ot Larg. if -, -- BLANKS FOR SALE years from budding,and generally in four, and : put in the biii, will'effectually preserve it from
_IQS."Ya 'i'i'r . "- Dutek, at if well cared for will bear from The
'to n .s. 1 j V i "t >1 > $00 eight years, the ravages of tho weavet, joke will also
-3. td4
-"w. t.1Izi4 I '",." 1iI.'; ..ICJ3 '.I I WO iogar Loaf < 300 to 700 oranges.. These are worth on the kill bod bugs and. maggots. Insects cerer

.; r ff_ Pl.00'l-J tpo. ". .,!.'rP' ,. .f'r'T,TTV rrHf:1"It.; :ui:1: ; iL: '. 400 Long Orange Carrot, JOB PRINTINGOF DEEDS tree at least ,upon an average, two cents a touch elder bushes; The leaves of elder scater-
p zoo d. ", Collard ]j t BILLS OP" LADING piece. Thus calculation giving 100 eel I cucumbers-
F .a 3l00 : ""-1. "* a simple over cabbages squashes and
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1I1T4 :
.4#, __ -, ." -'tr2 11II.f1 P tkoctJu. : ,q .; ;, tlJJ.' t& .6QO 'I Long ltt.Riidii), EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE AT p .APPLIOATIONSrOK trees to the acre, will show the cultivation of other plants sub.jectto the ravages of insects,
.. '.- ,..t e: n. 1 joG EarfyEi -ii J' I >'- ,HOMESTEADS, ,- the orange to be the 'bcat'basiness that can bo effectually shield them. The plum and other

tT1htt."Ji4 ,. .' ''I" I !J 4i'I) IWE11'N. I 0 i 't ; **'**&A2Tl>LKGrAL, BLANKS followed in the South. fruits may bo saved by placing on them tho

.\ uZ ulfJolfr D* "'|t -* -' fU. : ('.of thi QOLDEH. MOBT Afc.. The Union ,Job Office I l '..ia ATTHtS OFFICE. The buds of tho Sicily lemon arc with equal branches of elder leaves.lt .

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: '..IIO.U.p Uri f It --Messrs. 3iqrTc flAT KXKCOTXTB OOJOUTTX1 C1A i to the following new adyer..e DreW, 1 Tot>i .HIIanII,6iL .NE1fl':' t--
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Wlf, ...... ...y.i"" whom we canintroducing the "JIG l most accomplished; I .H.4. _

,i ,..,._,,:' :,: it to onr CottSn and Silk Spinnersf printer* in the State.Said,'u a citizen i i. res- resents nearly every white droen ot Soith cut* &,*. Saw YOteI; Dr" Du! ..llt <& < : <. .

.- W'., 1 taken rnon3mflI: commn- Lancashire and Yorkshire, &c. ? potted for his uprightness and general demeanor. ;Una-we feel it oar duty to invoke year earnest of I vote; Dr. Baldwin, Irote. Dw. E. T. .l lhaviaffwedvedlvote 'OO "1rM" IL., .T' ,

llma.ofjho 'ter ALEX. MACRAE, C. E. Djko,. Jr., ia the son of'tho'IOnior hawas declared duly -..
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( ro name. WJ. -b ] efforts in the cans of peace the pmerra- 0tIeI181l .ueWf *, \I:
r &ttk. Otnd-P4aveBrcker. it r-n 'rMtt6tfi Iu"eofterr'Loon 'n.J .MLhaa = ,

.n.'T.'Rl.caI1DOl'd.nd'ert&u..*?"?to return. -\ .arkJ4 l' ,4-T'r'tlj; / PT l Enr\ni.\ entertained by his pen,.when jerhaps they tiTd reprobating iWebeg'cti those: recent acts tOItV1th1tt1 of TioleocexeBaU- ( h1 t .1i; I;'goodrwj1&etAguitiae Th luuoM .f U'W- 1DwotA.. J. .:'V A V Tttii {O 'J'.
We : prwcrvoGRANT. t 'T 1':1' .
Hamle fiuits ate oieI4oa a\'the Ag- thought they wcie listening to the "old one.? ing ia the 'dcsth of Martin, Eafadolph'andNancfuby t"V011AU% } : promts bU RaneH belngji11c J fit "tiltotrjatlaa- City f..t U'. ";*I "
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-t-I fftlJtnrrat I{ W_ Tht Floridian will henceforth bo published which few lawless and reckless men $M1a t om a\ fsw.o)1 Sexton fro A. J. Rossdl recdTed4 tote* and lrnWr,, .! lJaW... 41
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brought ofour
.JLl 'd- .. .,- i No. 104 :iBjrriitr ;tynKew; Orleans, by Mr! : rjkridan : m those ; n tcnial Revenue. Toa .' :W.'Kipp,and. he ,T V
.. c'. t !.ii 9 says people, though'(provocation cases; may Knu ; a."_

.r. & ; Jacob Farmer-who will also give any inform Company.: "- 7th -Infantry, arrived here ,on ,hare.been given. No cause can prosper which i ;anrLShmfliC.'ialea__ _ !,_ ajiioJbe found ,.s..H.r ... T lTOB&r..' . ,, 1..Aen1' .. "

J.YSSEBr.S. ...: : .. 1 tif.n which'nTay ba dreireJ. Friday night last Captain .F. 'E. Grossman) .calls murder to its assistance, or which looks de1uefft: l' l .. it fi o&M&iitdbdw1th, that the ... .( '. .to
'4 .. '0 ; ::' :.r. --'. commanding. .The1 officers attached to" the assassination for"success. "The idea of assassination .1. J. In jrp6Bet*Le! ,'evMed by -

fr JJ" FO cela..* .., : Company arc :B'vt Major Bomford''4nd Cumminjn ," said George MoDuffie,' "is .so absolutely Crrr Omcza.s'Irw' Honor, Mayor 1101 I the .4eMio.lWMe.Ignazio! Andrea. .' ; { .a S'a.ULlF 'J
Literary 'Lieutenants. Lt..Bomford is absent on : abhorrent to all tho the 1- V AMermsm Webster, that Mr. Andrs1zbaTeint7
feelings, Christ Mored'hT
't: 'SCHuu.'R1i. iCOLFAX.Contention.. ; haV a".i&1'
: ? ql 'taken hit
l'I.oJu1J&il Climate and ProductionPub en'duly "
; leave' and will"riot with tian of modern times and of such } .u.ll
probably'bo present feelings
pernicious ) r
.u : .. .. .. i. : f1
-llf ,1 : lished by authority of ''tb&-.Agricu1lunland at ''the O. aflain.Mr JaM tbe
head of
his company'tor'some time, if at all. tendency, that I feel it to be my duty place dtcdmthitteef upon

f Immigrant Association of Florida.Vohavo LLVJ Hn elaonr"ho has been A. (! M., thus Unequivocally to express'my utter abhor- ;?Holm'os, City Clerk and Treasurer, having ofAJdermanLodwith. t.' American "W"atolie II|

,. flpubuanhc.dt1ittng' 21 1868. I \ ""received from Samuel Fairbanks, and commander of'the Post for some time, has rcnco of any proceeding that may have the remotest resigtied James Livingston Eeq. hM been ftd Katthe conflridatlon-W.'tlwelecUonof 'V .-.

Jl.- jACMOSTHiJt.Sept., E q.tCorreepondrng; 'ocrciary and:-Treasurer- 6f! leav6 6 f'absence" for twenty dayaj) ; after which tendency to suggest it Such a course itedtfC1erk.i and Hearn..feq.* Treasurer City Mfirtaafl by the old board be put to vote. .ua ftIL V
4'x Republican nominating Convention will be he willunices of orders is made join 1L to H declared T ani- "
: change is not.only obnoxious to the abhorrence of every Upon being pat vote. Inn THOMAS cr..ocx COzi4UjLatt.t
li .ld at Tallahassee on TCRSUAT, the 3d day of the Agricultural and Immigrant Aesoeia1 ion of his company at Tampa. Lt. Nelson has given honorable man; from its moral atr city, but Mr. Holmes has filled his office'faithfolly'iuiefficiently d __ V .w.: V 3'U i ,

NOVEMBER next, at S o.'clock, r. M., for the purp.s Florida, a very neat pamphlet bearing the above general satisfaction: here, and we believe that front its political tendency." and:out b wish go with him pi D motion, daly.eocoodced, Coinefl *dKapoSv *,_

candidate for member of title and TVO are glad to welcome this first fruit his r teat lf this'Post would* be gratifyingto 1 Listen to the -words of that patriot. which his retirement His successor, Mr. Livingston, ,. Ciy.'A Good AriUU .t a pj V t
q nominating a of the labots of tho Association. Tho t the peopleKoiiBEUiES./ seem to come from his grave, to warn the people Ill ., a Bonj" Mayor. ,

(4ngresa. pamphletsets .,- On Tuesday night. last, the whom he loved so devotedly. We can add will, wo believe, make an efficient officer. Dr. ; t n.J1.iioti1Ct; *oTOoonciL 1U Good wsmmtod. si Mossy rfua& 4

.11 entitled lo nuuilnr of out with a description of the soil, climate jL to'the' of this B."T. ''Sabal has been 18 ted Citj i Phy. __ V m n cordially lathed to eaD..
"Each county will be a tore of G. Lamb was entered and robbed of nothing weight great authority.We cianj! -. .. I ,VVV V V V ) ., IH "- steaL 1 sad t* a pCTto m 1ft wbsth .
: ditie atAS equal to the number of its members in and productions of the State, and seta forth the goods to the amount of f 160. The thieves effected can only appeal to you, to support ,t tbe and,;W. KippEaq;; :, City'Scxton,;.'' i r presentable MARI 04 ; rJ-"NEWS 1 to pvebee or* L -f,-JW" W'6 ,

offered to who tho front door and laws, to preserve the and to denounce .
the State' Assembly.IJy manantagi'S immigrants an entrance through peace Marshal, Mr. Uawson; was confirmed in T.' 'no ter"m.bSe.
made off with their spoils without being detec those crimes which have so recently been com. .
desire 1868.
lands low Following 30
to at rates.
purchase OCTOBER .
.x ordir of the Republican State Executive ted. No clue has since boon obtained.On mitted in some portions of our State We his office. In the new arrangement of- Stand* .JACKSONVILLE- tOcS Fine Watch

.' Committee., this general introduction are more particular Wednesday night the store of Win. Spencer speak ia behalf of the conservative and law- ing 'Committees, Alderman Ledwith placedat .p.p.xvAi.s. Hepairiag.CLOCKJ t

*,-rJ, ';Dw1)' M. CHEMY, dcacnptions of JadsJen, Duval, JLidison, (cot) was broken open and despoiled of abiding portion of the people, who .constitute, tho head of the Police Committee. 2-Th1RPeTh1' l hkkler* F Foster, Coctoo to WATcmI 4 JlWKJtT QpJf 1

...i' Secrctafi.. Columbia Suwanncc and Putnam counties, Bacon and other things to the value of $50. we feel assured, nearly our entire whito population' J T 01Jchriato k See.Oc ,C1wIeatoo to :..r.Eavanab ., t"I I
It is thought that the old gang of thieves who ,and in their namo wo express emphatically Council Proceedings. .29-tr Cltr.p n ,YeNelty And Wamated to gir SstWact_ VV
giving the special agricultural features of each .
,. .
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---- ---- abhorrence of such t r i to <
robberies I.itzie'1'ifZlenlJ ,
and successful our acts and : V
perpetrated BO many daring ; WQ I . 'I NOTICE. and such other information as will be cf use to in our city last winter, have returned pledge ourselves to give all tho assistance inour, v-'Afcpoci&l'Council.Chambers meofang,Jacksonville; Fla, on Thnrs- 1DLbble.. V V ,_ BnterprU. to John 1 _TUet V'. ?
settlers. again to renew depredations. They have madea power to suppress them. We adjure all who day morning, Oct 22d, at 10 o'clock. Present: Claik.Oct 29--r flsttie' BAY STREIT 'oDlIi.

.. YI.onlUA SU'e Scrip and ConrcnUon U-nji vill be T[ pamphlet t bliuiild have a ftido circulation good commencement, but wo hope that love their State, of all classes, white and black, Alderman Cbas. Slater; "Win. Grothe, B. P- Cc\ 29 -Fanny.Fern' Pond. Green Cov _,..

r '';ve4 At the UMO.office in paymrnt for tubx'rii>twn$ and it will be followed other through the vigilance of the watchmen, aided to be peaceable and quiet, to lend their effortsto Webater, and |J. Cardyr members off the old V as
we hope
'. ,and a&rcrtiBMimits at 8 0 ocnU,on tho dollar. by the street lamps, their maraudings will soon promote harmony and to quoll dissension.Wo .- Board; lion. Kdwarcl Hopkins and Aldermen 8. ---- .. --
,; efforts to induce immigration. The Association be checked and the apprehended.Tallahassee ask those who are opposed to politically Jacksonville Markets.Prpw4JK1AC .
.. ,. --- .-" gang N. Williams, M. A. DzialynsW, Wm. Ledwith, LQXrotwV ;
I have made a good beginning, and we trust it Floridian.FIHE. to unite with ns to check and discountenanceall and B. Thcbout and Aldermen electedon -
: Mayor
: ; i ,
The latest returns from West Virginia 1 by K'i1lia.: <* O. ;.
will continue its work until the object for which .-On last Thursday night between the incendiary language whether uttered in the 19th ultimo,'agreeable to election notice ,.. A. '.W..

give a Republican majority of between it was formed has been accomplished hours of 12 and 1, a small' outbuilding on the public Yard! :or' private, and to join us in tho effortswo issued by the Hon. Wnv Grothe, Mayor pro JAcg.2oNTLLF, OCTOBER' SI. 1S--8. ?T. AVGvsny 'L4 V

premises of Mrs. Fitt, in tho western portion of making for the preservation of peace, tern to fill the vacancies in the Board, caused '
two and three thousand. "'UITLOCK'HORTlct't.1TRU., RECOUDKR. Issued tho city, was discovered to be on fire. The tho supremacy of law and maintenance of by tho resignation, of Alderman John Clark, -' V GilL t.I,

monthly by the hillock Expositionand alarm was sounded, and the "Vigilant Independent" order. Lawlessness will endanger the peaco of Jas. Livingston, J. S. Sammis, and the removal IICO'U-* Whit,per bu. fuU weight |160 @t 00 Unru 8UTU In.u.Zirsave

"Wo have received no Northern mail Exchange Company. New York. and colored Hook and Ladder Companies the whole State, and will surely bring disaster from the city of Aldermen F. M. Snow. Sonthertt MuedWwtern-alow,sale........... 150 1 2.1 q15 COf.LKCTn'l Orno Ja DDnJcio,IL&, JDin. J-

and The October number of this monthly is be- were on the ground with commendable to all classes. Let us nil, then, however we V His Honor, Edward Hopkins Mayor having FLova- llCbetni OILInternal .-

bihco Wednesday morning, our foro It with useful article celerity; but tho houso being wooden the may differ in politics, devote all our energies -. boon duly qualified by the Hon. Judge of Probate Bt.LoulPmlly..S....pwbbl.. @
us. a on pack.
opens ....... 11 CitS 00
the of flames spread ao rapidly that it. was impossible to maintain the good character of our Wm, A. McLean to tho chair NortherflbtaDd SalsJL
readers must excuse meagreness proceeded ; .,. U (15O0 :
and in its art Georgia.
1,,?_. ing plants, gives succeeding pages to save it. Wo understand the building was State,'and to promote a better feeling amongour Aldermen WilUams.,Ledwith'And Daalynski Tennessee Extra irlatef wheat......: @ : eI

'-.,. our news this week. much interesting and valuable reading. Tho occupied by a freedman, and in tho absence ofa whole people wore also duly qualified by the same gentleman. S upStVSae,............. @ W'1ll oft'n iJr Ie tilei.i.i( -

-- publishers make the following : chimney he was in tho habit of kindling fire WADE UAMITUX, Chairman. Tho'roll having been called and the minutesof I OAU-Fall Yeilhta e U.sksloo.) ,r 8mp.oc's More omtte WafertfXOtznn ML t.
... 111
-The civil authorities in Louisiana JOSEPH DAXIEI. GoodWeitern...,........ a 1 next t efefl0wng
1.j Porr.. peekans
pile of sand in the middle of tho floor, and the last read and confirmed His V '*
After the contents of this number of the Ie- ou a meeting HAT- i.f October t aBnlrr .SrVrSS J **J
; g 4m utterly unablo to preserve the cordn- wero ready for the an important : it was from this that the house caught No J. P. THOMAS. Honor, tho Mayor;then proceeded .to administer Eutem..............er.cu' aNortbern (12 twelve taouIiaDd rfJ KSSfc .II
press. ,V. B. ; ... to ctOdaD '
damage was done save the destruction of the STANLEY. the necessary oath.of office to Alderman B. ...... BTotder of JL A. WflZ1VLJ .
consummated in the
i and another riot in tho Parishes change wac managementof WM. 31. ( _
peace, the business heretofore conducted solely by building referred to.-II. Thebont.n Fine Und rf,...... :........ 32 O 34 4 w 3w OwnUZTthVMl OIL
. New Orleans is reported in D. POHTEK.THEO. .business being accomplished for which '
adjoining the undersigned. A stock company has been n..n..KoiED.-Col. E. Houston, l'resident ot BAco'LT V Vshou11ersin ..
U. BABK.CU. lilt Cno' quotation*)
our 't telegraphic dispatches.] The military formed under the corporate nan.o of "The Whit- the P. & G. It. It, has returned Tallahassee, V the meeting was called, npon motion of Alder I' smoked.(goodbright).... 15J 11 BOABD
lock Exposition and Exchange Company," with after an absence of some few weeks in the man Led with, the Board agreed,to defer taking Cumberland Kiddies wit-.. UXQ r ,!
: have taken; the matter in hand, and a capital amply sufficient for conducting the North.-Srptinel.llKTrnscp. FATAL ACCIDENT ox BOARD xiir.CITT 'E.ulJm action upon any business matters until another Bellies I' .... 111 FEW I'cnou esa obtain osri b J..a
A .rfatifc.l.
IOI T.-The steamer City Point, Captain shall be called. Ribbed 8ide ,wnokcd......... Ig.@ ly by applytof immediatery st therMa Y
- nt last account* quiet was restored. business on a scale corresponding with its rapidly lIon. S. 15. Conover, State Mclfelty, arrived at Tybee, from Charleston mooting Clear RIbbed SIdes emoted..... 214* sit* the .Taylor lIoUle." OBeodteMfaLrathoeitj. 'n
: growing demands. From the beginning his Upon motion of Aldcrmin Webster, that the Clear Sides,nncmoked ..... 4 ,'
Treasurer, returned to post Tuesday morn before daylight yesterday, and anchored there Long H&leadidvtevof the,Uaadmh. .__.
the business has been It has Clerk famish His Honorj too..Mayor,with a listf Short Clear Bides vumoked, none .. HOUM lighted wit& _
The Supreme Court of Florida was a success. supplied ing, accompanied by a bride won from the staid waiting to come up on the morning tido. ( the' Standing Committees in.the different PoarOld- I wtJe "large pa Aroomtnvthsftrrtl -.1

the 13th instant with, a long felt and imperative want It has borders of Pennsylvania. May the whole life Whoa the tido was flnot able preparations Kess......... ...... tl 2 11'b.r .Slj 1lJ
opened on prayer ward to bo filled out at his convenience. Car- .
been appreciated and liberally patronized by twain bo continued Mr. .
This is of the a honeymoon. were made for a start, and the second mate. Jacbon1le rOT.I 1sa. i $fsfm
by the Rev. Charles Kenmore. the public. The new arrangement will greatly Conover has resumed official duties, and is now Mr. James Patey, went forward to superintend ried. V

: Hiuiotluug new under the sun, at least increase its facilities for continued and enlarged I prepared to teoeipt for all the money that any the weighing of the anchor. The men hauled Upon motion, duly seconded, the board 23d adjourned tw d11m tU1tnt. Land for Sale.THAT
in this latitude.-Sfcrnnah Republican. success. The officers of the company are as one wishes to pay into the Treasury. First ; in for a while and then stopped for awhile.- to meet on Friday evening, .
I follows L. L. Whitlock President J. A. Cur- 1868, at 7> o'clock. -
: I s
; first sen.cd.-lb.
There now things come Mr. Patey stepped npon the coil of cable upon EDWARD HOPE desirable tract of land, weU kM a M *
are a good many tNS, Mayor.
rier Treasurer. The and entire of Sale.
place plan Sheriff's
deck and while ho placetrnvediateryM the Esilenef
MenDER is COI.CMBIA COUXTV.-\Vo learn was there Captain McNelty _
E. HOLMES Clerk of Council.
under the sun in this latitude. More business continues as heretofore, and the new from parties arriving hero from Lake City, thaton signalled for the engineer to work his engine and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure of OBtdd mOB the corporate and DKT Umtta, .MUtated

and less cursing is oiv of the corporation assume all its a sHs! and liabilities. Thursday afternoon, the 15th of October, a and move the boat forward a little, HO as to \ of Council convened UNDER ia furor of lUmct N. Stone, AdmmUtr er view sad 1 Ii connected with UM 1nd..lftttot
praying special meeting on
L. I. WKITIOCK.LL.ON tho in &trlx,d4 boms MM,upon the estate of Oeorg Btone Coy's creek. Said toad win fetott
Ed render of the
colored man named or Nod Spanish had hauling anchor an easier
23d His Honor Edward
Friday evening, Oct. 1868, deceased v. William A.Young. ten or more acres. For farther
effects of words about indebtedness with task. The Captain did not notice where Mr. land aeicnbed a*
some some one Hopkins, Mayor, presiding; Aldermen I will cell all of that tot ptieelot" .. .
COIMV BOARD or COMMIVUONEKS.Vo .- Frank Higginbotham, formerly of Georgia. Patey was standing, nor did the latter hear the Charles J. William follows to-wit : Corner ftonytk*HSCH K a
present : Slager Cardy,
On Tuesday next tho people of the i \ mention' in our last itoiiu that Lieutenant i Higginbotham, before leaving Ned, remarked signal to the engineer, and still retained his Grotho, ,E. P.Webster, S. N. Williams, M. A. county That of certain Dun tract,and or SUM parcel of Ytonda of land beKiniDt situated OD ia to t* leek.Komiile, Nov. let.IMS. 10 tf

; United States will declare, at the ballot I Governor ileason, acting in the absence of the I he would have to takq that back or ho would position on the cable. DzialynzkiV.:. Ledwith, and B. Thebout. I south bank of tlw St.John nver,at a place kaovB M
kill hi to before sunset, and immediately took a As the boat moved tho cable was gjflVft Minutes of the last read and ; the Cowford thence along the ro leading torn Ute
r who shall be their chief officers for O/-ct nor, had removed two members of the it meeting were river through the lands of William J. Headrick and GEOCERIES.srw
box and and Mr.
horse hitched at the gin house near by, jerk, caught coiled around I confirmed, after which His Honor submitted for wife, in a southerly direction MX hundred and rixlT .
Bcurd: cf, County CoinmiseioneiH in Leon t-omity, went about half mile to a Mr. ';joodbrow', Patsy's right leg, crushing and mangling it in i uf
the next four years, and that choice will adoption a list of Standing Committees. feet on the line of the preceiit ten e OM George
viz: Ii- A. D. Hawkins and U. B. Pu.tun, and where ha obtained 1 a gun. (Sir. Goodbrow is a fearful manner. Ho was rescued from his On motion of Alderman Grothe that the list Stone and wife to a corner,thence in .e 11 e teriy conies STOCK JTST xxcnrsa ITJACKaONVILLE
decide tho question of continued anarchy said not to have been at homo at that timo.) horrible position us quickly as possible, and along a street sixty feet wide, eighteen hundred: and
appointed! O. Morgan and C. II. 1'carce in their of Committees stand as before and the vacan- seventy feet to Make,thence in a nOi.herl14lreedoD.&loni
outrages and injustice at the lIe then walked dawn to Ned's house, and every attention was paid to him on board the cies in said Committees only be filled np, and, the line of land deeded by William J. Hendricks L. "WORROCK ,
places. On Ixhalfof the displaced officers it his back door where Nod stand' boat to and alleviate his and 8. the 8U
: : around to was try sufferings On arriving after lengthy discussion held in relation and wife to 11.R.Uadler allid.y0
was -
: South or of peace throughout tho was contended, first th:it hit: Lieut. Governorhad 1 ing with his family, halloel to the women and at this city Drs. Kollock and Road were to avery the matter;. Alderman Williams offered the John's Su John's nver, and river thence to the ia place an easterly of beginning direction, containing down FLA-

whole .republic. The decision is already no authority to make appoinfments or removals children to get out of the way, and immediately sent for, and it was thought that amputation'. tho following resolution tventr-seren acres more or ( And will l sell the MESS PORK '

fired, killing him. He died at once. lie might save tho life of the injured man ; but the Retired That the minutes of be same before the Court House door,la the city of Jacksonville -
made and the election of Grant is to- and second that a Count} -Commission- yesterday so of Dnvat.and BaWl of >1on la. on the BACON IDES.SHOULDERS
:. then stole Goodbrow's horse (so said,) and has blood had flowed so rapidly from tho crushed amended that tho Mayor shall revise tho Standing county
in DECKMBEU next, between the
moral All that is er could not be removed except for "wilful left the country. Goodlrow has advertised limb, that ho was beyond all hope when tho First MONDAY V V
day a certainty. Committees, instead of filling up as they legal hours of sale. Terms cub. purchasers paying SUGAR CURED HAMS
neglect of duty or a violation of tho criminal him as stealing his horse. At twelve that physicians arrived. lIe retained consciousness stand. for tIUe J. J. HOLLAND I ,
: needed is tho grand seal of the ballot now Oct ISGS 50 tds Sheriff D.C.Sheriffs at WOBEOCK'S.
issued warrant for his to the time of his death which occurred Jacksonville 23.
laws of the State, or for incompetency," neitherof night Judge Long a arrest up The following amendment was offered by Alderman : ,",>
end to cavil and but he had left for Georgia. This happened about twelve o'clock. V.
'box to put an argument which the Grothe : LOO SACKS OFGROUND .n'-
were given
causes as for
grounds about twelve miles from Lako City, on Capt. McNelty, with his well known kind Resolctd That the Committees Sale.

and to give the country peace. the removal, and accordingly they refused to the Blount's Ferry road.P. ness of heart, was indefatigable in his efforts to now on record be so revised Standing as to givo tho new as T 11iDJm and by virtue of a Fi F.i i insu&l out of the LIVERPOOI.FULL SALT,

The three electoral votes of Florida vacate their offices. The const.quetieof! f thisrefusal S.-"\Vo have since Len iiifutmod that render Patey every possible assistance, and attended member equal powers in each of them.I U Hon. Circuit Court of Dural county, in favor of K. BU.AtWOpOCX'l..

thus ilccribe l t Higginbotham also killed a man in Hamilton him as though it were his own brother moved and seconded that betaken F.I/ ale vs.William B- Bardtn. UTe levied upon .
I will make little difference in the net arc by tho rit.rtfian j in i's was a vote the following property, to-wu.
last i isue i outity on Friday.-II. When the unfortunate man's sufferings weru on each and recorded which resulted as AU of thai lot or parcel of IMK in the city of Jacksonville MACKEREL '.
result but those three will be given to I Muiutim eAsdhFOlI.E ended by death, the Captain had his remains follows: ,known by the map of said city of Jacksonville
'So at le.Lct thu 11'1ll'.In.d CommijxIcr5 : enclosed in metallic casket and a*Lota Wo.4 and 5, square 46, with Improvements V V
Grant. On Tuesday the Legislature of and when the I The latter part of last week, the Supreme Court an air-tight On Alderman Grothc's amendment : thereon. And will sell the same before the Court House HALiBUT.V "
thouzht, accordingly Board met they will be sent to Charleston where deceased Yeas-Aldermen Webster, Cardy, blagerj 1 door In the Jaekaoiuilia,souaty of DuvaU and
Chief d'1" SALMOND
that has just adjourned, Justice Randall and HERBIKO,
this State will meet in joint session and on Wednesday last they appeared an usual and resided, by the steamer Fannie, which saiU to- and Grothe. Bute of Florida on the First MONDAY in DECEBEH )-
took their seats the presiding, were occupied seseraldays in hearing the hours of !. Terms AtWORSOCTS.
Presently new appointees, : next between legal
; elect Presidential Electors. There will and Pearce the arguments of counsel upon tho case oi tho day.Mr. K a'II-A1derm ri,1Led with, Williams, The cash,punier "o
Morgan presented themselves; and State against .Silas Gladden. It was on au i Patey was a young man, about twenty- bout, and Dzialynski. payl.I.IIOLLAND, 8J1erltrD. c. ORANGE COUNTY '*'.*

1' probably be a full attendance of memo after some dibCussion, the thiecremaining members Icd from the Circuit Court of Jackson county ap-, five years of age. He was a good sailor, and There being a tie vote, and His Honor, tho Jacksonville Oct. 2V, 1863 40 ids. ._ BUTTER "' \:

bers, and with their decided Republican of the Board, with whom the decision ofthoqucionof4hu w h're the man named Gladden is now in jailor only held the position of second Mate of the Mayor, voting in the negative it was lost CHEESE V'
was who"was left, to wit: City Point for a few weeks, during which time On Alderman Williams' resolution the result Sheriff's Sale.
the murder another named VLABD.AIWORBOCT8
,j majority the election cf Republicans is Rev. Mr. Page, colored, and Messrs. A and ot man liufling- an.l and ,
very ho tho esteem of officers
ton It occurred on the 31st of last.Doctniber, gained respect was as follows: TINDER and by virtue of a 1'i Fa Issued out of the
certain. Williams, unanimously decided that the removed in that under circumstances of men. Ho was unmarried ; but a widowed Yeas-Alderman Ledwith, Williams The. U Hon. Citcvti Court, of Duval county,ia favor of -V- oJ
.,1: members wero still j jait and parcel: of the I county, an aggravated mother and two sisters are left to mourn his bout, and Dzialynski. Mar.sect Townsend vc. Job O. Carmlchcal I have -
The wisdom of the course pursued by Board, and that the new appointees were mere : character. The prisoner was convicted los. Sarannli Xtir Oftobrr 22. levied POD the following property. to-wit : 20,000 CIGARS
and that in May, 1.eforeJudge Stanley,of tho western Nay&-Aldermen Webster, Cardy, Slager, On.sorrel horse,saddle and tndle And _Ul eilthe CHOICE BRANDS,
outsidet8 Glcafcou's
the Legislature in the passage of the I commission was .: circuit, and tho appeal is on the ground that the -- and Grothe. same before the Court House door, in the city of Jack 500 Ibs YACHT CLUB
nut worth :i continental, and that his appointees of Duval and State of Florida on the
bill which placed in its own hands ihe had b UT go about ther: l.unnesi, which hint grand jury was defective, in that it was com- .\ DAILY STEAMER ron HRUXSWICK.-We understand There being a tie rote, His Honor made the First sonville.MONDAY county ia DXUXXBKK next between the EUREKA VIRGINIA

thA took and withdrew. hem posed of but fourteen members. Next, that during that arrangements are now being made casting vote in favor of tho resolution, and it legal hour of tale; Terms ea.h, purchaser paying fortitles. SMOKING TOBACCO

power to choose electors is now getiernlly y was a pretty the trial, while the case was in progress, i by Captain Tucker, for a daily steamor to ply I was,carried. V J. J. UOLLAMD, Bherfa D.C. '.wouocn
muss-e\5dently "rebellion" if not "flat burglary the accused several occasions between this place and Fcrnandina, Florida. i Moved and seconded, that.tho Mayor fill out JacksonrUle Oct S9, 1868. 41 sw Sw ,
It has saved tho was, on during -
acknowledged. : OR 1)okrry would bar The Lieut. the trial out of the court-room, and that the : Tho enterprise, we think, will be not only beneficial the list of Committees at once, and that Council 25 BOXES

': State the expense, the uncertainty and Governor looked intolerable upon such rciistanco to his trial proceeded in his alonce. Also several to tho parties engaged, but also a great take a recess of five tn natea. Carried. ; Sheriff Sale- ASST. BRANDY, "

authority as too to endured, andso other points were raised, as to the thai-go of the accommodation to the traveling publicgivingthem The Board having been called to order, His virtue.f authority vested In me, I will expose far CHEWING TOBACCO
the danger of a popular election ; saved( the order went forth whack off tho heads of Honor submitted the list of BY in front of the Court House
railroad following Standing at out-cry WORROCTS
judge, and the admission and rejection of tcsti- a quicker route to Savannah by public Just received at
the entire contumacious batch. Whereupon, .- door, in the city of Jacksonville, on the First MONDAY
Committees :
riot and bloodshed and to and sickness to which :
given our thereby avoiding sea
mon many toyS -
the ,
) DECEMBER next, following
when the Board met again in the afternoon itteeldcrirl of
tho rest and tho much The appeal was very ably argued on both aro liable traveling the outside route by eteamer. Finance 'Co ii Ledwith, SIa- ,: V BOXES -
I quiet so member received official
people every an notification, sides by Mr. J. F. McClellan on behalf of the .-SniMteiek Eannfr, 224. ger, and Williams. One silver YaWl the property of Baste. One COLGATES V 'V. ... "
etampwl with tho great seal of the State, to "getup silver watch, UM ol John Purtj. One silver
neeced after the political of Police-Aldermen Ledwith, Williams and property
campaigns and Mr. J. C. McLean behalf of ASST. SOAP
and git." With Hood's commissions in their prisoner, on --- ---- watch,the property of Joe Ftottrd- One silver watea ,
Tho ho State. The decision of the case is held Under Slager. the property of Powell Branlnf. On.silver watch the AtWORROCTi
: last people arc preparednow ': and backed the
spring. letter of the
pockets by plain Jacksonville and Vicinity.
advisement of the court until the January Market-Aldermen Slager, Webster. and property of George W. O. Wiggins. One silver watch -
to enter the coming 'ou te.tfor Constitution, they thought themselves well tcrm.-Ib. Dzialynski. the property of lL IL Coulson.One Urer watch the 100 BOXES >, '.
I enough as they were. They determined to contest Aldermen Webster property of Henry timlth. One silver watch,the property .
4 Member of Congress, and on the -Oth the matter in the Courts, and if we are not BITTEN BY A TTLJgsua-JudKO Josiah LA.SD.'v 0 refer persons looking for good Grothe.Cemetery- Cardy, and of ChmrUe rown.' On silver watch,the property ADAMANTINE I--:
One sliver the of
of Prince Lumpkin. watch property
t of December next they can veto to their mistaken in tluir metal, they will "fight it out jratcs was bitten 1'ya largo rattlesnake at Manatee lands to purchase, to W. U. Christy's advertisement Gas-Aldermen Thebout, Webster, V and a-BlaeL. CANDLES,ItWOBROCrS,
on that lino" if it takes them all winter.As one day last week. The last we heard from in to-days Dzialynski. The above watche are sold to pay for the repairs V
heart's content for that official. Gatos ho paper. done to them by C. D. Oak, watchmaker, as providedfor -
Judge was recovering, though slowly. '
Governor HeM has turned to Tallahassee Street and Health-Ward No. 1, comprising by law. Terms cash. J.J.HOLLAND, CONFECTIONARIES

we presume ho will find t-omo to settle Tampa Peninsular. No MAILS.-Tho western train arrived on all that part of the city east of Market street Oct SI sw 5w Sheriff D. C. FRUITS. V V
_ _i. Tho Republican State Nominating the dispute: The sugar crop of South Florida is promis- Thursday evening as usual, but brought no Aldermen Grothe, Cardy, and Thebout. j| :- \ (" NUTS ..;Ac,

% Convention will meet in Tallahassee on --- .. ing, and is the largest ever raised. It is time Northern mail-tho Savannah train not having Ward No.2, between Market and Pine -'SherifI"s "S'ale- Just received at IfORROCTS

_ 1'AYMr.NT Or IXTF.IIF ON TilE PriU.IC Uhllf. our citizen wcio looking out for a market for arrived in time to connect at Live Oak. streetsAldennenGrothe and Dzialynski.WaraNo. and by virtue of a Fi Fa isaned out of the 50 6m iw _
Tuesday evening next, for the purpose their sugar, and we think that they will do well S.between Pma'and--- Julia- --- -Itr---.-s- Under County Ocurt of.Dnvat countY, la favor .fTf. _
On the 1st of November about 23,700,000 in by sending it to Savannah and Cha.rleston.-Ib. '- Aldermen Slager and Grotho. .F.L'Enitle >rs. Wlfflam B. Beardln, 1 hare levied .
) of member of To Fishermen.vrrre.
nominating a Congress. coin will bo taken from tho vaults of the Treasury Wo ,'iliitoJ.Ir.. Albury's salt-works at Rocky UJl.\NiE8-Fresh oranges from this vicinity Ward No. 4, all that portion west of Julia .. upon'..tiloithatlot.rpsrceloflendln the following property to-wit i th*. city of Jack- .

"We have heard several candidates men Department to pay the ecmi-annual inter Point, on Old Tampa, last week. Tho works and from Enterprise, are coming rapidly into street-Aldermen Webster and Cardy. soavill known by the map of said city of Jacksonville .Twines Turtle Setting.Stmi an,l Taotwftopiia.eoreraneot Bei&es Owge).hsw..l ..

tioned whoso claims to are in good order, and Mr. Albury is making a Which, after somo discussion, was put to aa lot No's 4 and 5,'square No. 46, with improvements Mullet ka.
aro likely come cut on tho fire-twenty bond, which falls duo the market and are ripe, swcot. and of excel- Ihenoo. And will sell the same before the Court House ,Lant, ** Bhrhrnp nUa"wii
good article of salt in large quantities, whichho voto and carried by the vote of the Mayor. V < Send for etecuHr.G .. a CILlaly
the Convention but the that date. The lent quality. Price, wholesale at tho wharf doorU the city tot ckm\1lla,aorrty ot Duval. and YakCiIloI.
before most on Secretary l ha now on hand is selling for cash or country produce.-lb. Alderman I/odwith introduced the following State of Florida on the First MONDAY ia DECXMREK ,.:B

prominent candidate is Hon. C. M. about 100,000,000 in coin, lOOOOOOO, of about $2.OO per hundred. Limes are abundant, bill''T'71 V. ,, next between the legal boon of sole. Terms -

which is in certificates.! By tho first of tho and Lemons coming in. Sttt orda&eil 1y, the Jfttyor and Aldtrwentftbcity oath, porchuMr paying.'J.for J. title HOLLAND Sheriff,!)CJacksooTlUe .
Hamilton rneniber who Xew Item I.
our present month, $3,500,000 in coin will bo added to the V of Jacksonville, That hereafter the stalls in ,Oct Si IMS. .aw U iwSheriffs eden end. Every paper w.snaisL.
I tomes before hia constituents for a re- James Gordon Bennett is said to I*,* worth the City Market shall be hired for the following .ERESII "--rer do n. fOlltlf'

amount now on hand, and, deducting there- 3,000,000. HOAUI1'\O HOVSE.-Rev. J. K. Warner has sums, viz: V ? .Sale. f. I .tAd.Ire 4 A. f&t"J. 1UZ1Mt1.11Je

nomination. from the amount noce' eary to ;pay (the interest, General Loe has a Bible class of 105 membersin I opened his new boarding house on Laura, street.t, Stall No.; 1. fiG i No. 2. SldiJio. 3, $14; TTNDEK and by virtue of a Fi Fa issued out of the 30 6m hcb -

Col. Hamilton roocived the nomina- will leave a balance! on hand of f 79 800,000 his college. near the breastworks, back of tho cfiywhichis -' .HaaU* Center sttfl: 8U&*> V|7 ; No.! U Hon. Circuit Court of Dttval county, in favor of --.- --.- -

secured iU ($20.000,000 iu teitificulca.) Xo interest Franco manufactured million well filled with The house 6, $6; No.7rW; No. 8, *C ; No. t, |6 : No. Caroline Bobin ,' >'AlioppCrartcIhavo levied VV FOR SALE.I
tion of the partand vote I more fifty-two trance already guests. 10, $6 :No.: .11 $6 No. 13,18 Store No. 1 upon the following property, to-wit: .
; ; ; ,
estimated and said to
All of a lot or pared of tanker ; ;'itI
ut the election last May, on the double due until tho 1st of January, 1869, when about worth of smoking pipes last year. is new, the rooms pleasant, airy, and comfortably $18 ; StoN&$18. co&tain one hundred thousand feet of planed lumber. I DE3IRABLIa RE3IDENCB 5$. Ai T <.j *

28OOOOO0, in coin wilfbo required to pay the Alexander :II. Stephens is going to give lead furnished, and tho table is satisfactory. Moved it TM referred to the Market Committee And will sell the aims before the Court HOUM door in I: A The house 1*coorplctely furnished sal Till.
ground of fitness for the position and of ings in Atlanta for the benefit of a chuich. to report'alihe next Carried. the eity of Jacksonville, county of Devil and State of with or without(ursiture.Ap1yto .
aemi-annLal intcm on the bonds for 1881, Mr. Warner looks well after tho comfort of his meeting. Fk>rlda,>on thFlnt MONDAY in DECEMBKK next, I L.F.DIWZTOtu. .
his Ben-ices in behalf of the his The to date have nominated By Alderman Williams: the Turns cash
party; which is about the amount (that i ia estimated Republicans up between legal hours of sate. purchaser -I -A
guests. A bill be for title J. J. HOLLAND,
for re-election, eighty-three the l'rt.8Cntmcm- to entitled an ordinance to appoint paying *
wmsistent course as a Radical Republican will be received during the months of .November here of Congress. a Clerk for the City Market, and to define hit Jacksonville, Oct.25,'186S M sw 5w Sheriff. D. C. A.lUtAJSTCTAI. 0Dtcrtptiv PLCRJ""

in all matters involving political and December, leaving tho coin on hand< Robert Lincoln and lady have returned from Feu TANx.\H.-The steamer IJz/ie Baker, duties,*and ht.1(1 compensatiop fovQ ft 'IN THE COUNTY COUBT, 'of "

questions and his unwearied and *ucces&ful January 1st, 1860, about the same na'on the their bridal tour V and takm up their abode in which has lately been refitted and repairedno also.Wh referred IC to the been Market introduced.Committee an d--.11 to,was report Dural Cttmty Slali ol70ritl4.Toa ITS CLIM TIs SOIL,PRODUCTIONS**'

exertions in behalf of Union first_of. next mouth. Chicago.Gen. V leaves Jacksonville for Savannah.every Saturday at next meeting.: "Carried. wJUn U IMJT CotKepH WITH A NEW TOW3TSin*..-
Braxton! of the
Bragg, Supurmtcmlcrit
morning. Travellers will find in the Captain I Upon the suggestion of Alderman Ledwith, T1LK1tEAS. Charles K.1!'Dtegbaa wJQ apjly to w. *"
officer, of
and freedmen while an New Orleans Water Works has been CUV**
men : looking that V V tout for Letters of AdmlnlstraUo,on therEnat Seat by mail on receipt oU'Vt1
I tho Clerk of Council and Treasurer ineligible
C TH.-Tho Now York Tftte think tho Insuncctionary of tho Lizzio Baker who was
a gentleman
tho works of of deceased.
at water Cincinnati. Daniel D.Uarison,late of said County be oface of the publisher.
.. tho Bureau at Marianna. During his I outbreaks in Cuba and Porto for office, in consequence of residing These art* therefore to cite and admonish all whom It DEWEY CO
understands his
thoroughly busineM and in the L. F.
Dr. Jones tho superintendent of the mint at V .
RIco which have been mentioned two or three outside the city Jacksonville, the subject was may concern to be a&4 appear before this court, to T10V
ho -
few weeks in Congress last Spring, i times during the past week bv the cable, arc Charlotte, thinks the gold mines of North Car. Parser'a courteous and obliging officer.U. discussed considerable length, after which it make objection any they have on or before the 50tf JACZSONT7LLJ., -

took a prominent and active part for BO probably'more threatening atfaillthan mightbe olina are now:yielding about 500,000 annually. was moved'n.seconded that the"matter bo referred second will mondayia be 'panted peosmbtr' next V ..oibcr. !*, sail letters .V.'

a member, and comes back toMs inferred from the brief dispatches. Tho Cuba V Tho lon-jaw man" who hangs by his legs :S. oullTl.-The U. S. Circuit and District /-. to a committee of three. Carried. : And the said Charles K. Uuham b hereby directed OVER
young cable is under the coijfrol of tho Hpaniih uu to a trapeze ,1irij'and lifts a horse by hi8' ti-cth, Whereupon, ,the 'following resignation was. to gly*,publl4 notice thereof by publishing a copy

constituents with a good record and thoritics of the island, and they will only {uncut ball arrived from Europe in New York, and Courts having boon removed from St. Augustine read, put to vote, and received: of in the thia HoridS tUUQaMMfr Unt.>ni>*printed we .-for*t JuclMSivUle su autoewiivB, la week saiL S 000,000

without reproach. When a member of their own account{ "of it to pass to the will soon appear in public.V V to Jacksonville, arrangements have 'MATOE'S OFKCE ) eounta5zi'ta5i' v. %j wont o>'

I world in"this way.Tnc"Sfsuo The Montreal Gazette mays of Whwlan, convicted been made on behalf of the Govornmonttolease Jacksonville, October 23 186*. } witness, my official signature tkB. 80th HEAL ESTA1S:
: has acceptably served out his ._ day ol October A. U 156.. s: S* tW.
Congress -- of tho of McGeo. "110 To the Honorable
murder U'Arcj (the two upper stories of Sammis Block for Mayorand Council of the A. McLKAK t

first term it is customary to send him : i>v GrorKSjiA AKT>'Ftemiu/v/ me tin still denies his guilt, but hints that he knows Court rooms and officers W. P. 'City'Jacksonville: .' _. 4.__, V Coanly Jud| *. In Iioridsforsaleat. the,the ice of
tbiscit and was organized last Wednesday something about the murder, by raying that it GENTLEMEN : I beg leave very respectfully to VCTi
back for a second term. Indeed this night bylcctinThw; I). ). Porter;'oiflft.rh Savan. would lx> disgraceful to turn traitor." .:!., t the Clerk of tho Court, M now moving to tender you my resignation as Clerk of Council Sale of the Empire Mill. FLORIDA LASD, .ff
custom 'has almost become a rule inpolitical Moderator, and Bev. James Stacy and The Porxr' ha between 10,000 and 1 17,000 his now ,quarters and making ready for the and'Treasurer. 'i; "TT ( WILMaaU.IL 8l5uAtt1l.Q1tA Leach ". OIoiuo ." Jo.
', Hcv. Ii C. Ketcha'm, Ct rki4. There are fifty V I *n -U.H.c sr suioVsn..1 L. TteiflBy'iito &
nominations, and i is seldom disregarded delegates in attendance. 'Tbo ;intcrottso well-armed and disciplined: soldiers, and yet Fall term.LOCAI have, the honor to remain f(jti J, \4.rw.-' l'Gyt ,
seven .
they cannot put down brigandage in Italy. -- ---- --- Very respectfully,' and by virtue of a dcoi--c lOr the Circuit Court and ATX>xus..n.r.o.

except for valid tnd important the'l1aoolo) ,(' l Seminary, at 'Columbia, tJout! Indeed, the brigands are the fiercest an-1 most ,MATTER*.-Since Jho late V Your obedient servant, IN and for the county of Duval state of Florida directing nEAT xarr ssttl :
I CJLrolna!: and the Ogjcthorpe University have tho Eternal municipal .' HESST E. HOLMES. the sale of the property of the laU Inn of O. (X _to r.6rtdaw.s. ;
reasons. We can see no reason been tbc'tirind l .them"" ,'fl diectusjcu.i '' o numerously quartered nearest City election, everything boon markaUyqni tin V There two Small*'Co-I nut offer for iste, to the hlhest bidder .c.w eafl aS our.mrf *1ft'ttaI..-.
being vacancies and motion "
upon on MONDAY,the 7th of DECEMBER _,M" -
day 10
Captain Mitchell iiaiiaB lerof the United nut as Cbe "
why ,the rule should be set aside in .the Cause efustentatl ,' i I r_ri ';f ;rtit.'Jttfattnn1IfllRt't.'tHI"r.21fl. t \ ; ,.t.it'\Vl: { th 'cit)-. There have bixsn no disturbances that Council go V :into f an election for Clerk of o'clock. x., in front of the Court House of said coua rc i

J. aync g.n ofthe Council,'the names of Messrs.M. Hearn ua4'T m"bcntaitt mi11.WOJkt1 kDo1fJ1.. the b- .
case of Co!! Hamilton, especiallywhenhis l'r&r ch.m "Wednesday 'b| at the comer peace and;\ro believcj-not single arrest piro vw situated on the< 4t tank of the Bt. John's n.waa.eI ou eop.V.wtd4& Za'e1
r of Stockton and Sutler btrect,& the very bteffc' Tte stpe t fieed coopdarublo cleaning and Livingston were placed in'nomination. On river just O&IItol the city of J ac knooville,:and be.'oar w..a.rge map OLttSMME. ., .
first term has J been so snort, iindTVO Judge UJia o, is ,nowJaVorioasly tngagod on of the city. Tho body wasrpb1. |w| \ we being put'to vote, by ballot, (Mr. Hearn n coived ing U the late firm of O. C. Small II. Co., MeetBer wtt* asp of tilt" "...IUYer.1O.1alscOo ,
njjjnbtrof ,jtnortanta.scswhich were sub tJ J'TI !peially inlttqtjheattention! of the City 4 votes, and Mr. U"ingat.oe'otes.. Mr. a Wso ef thf land oa .wUcb the **4-milL ia located rrt- I'5SJ'
know of no better man in tho a A workman iq a fit of anger threw u pair otsciittora Fathers then declared- of 300 feet deep from low watef tuark, and 100 feet front Bcnlarl
mjtUd J4ft Jat! termpf.lhb Supreme CVuit, to the dilapidated condition of of Livingston was duly elected. ft.1m
.aV' f many with all UM rifhu and privileges of tM water front tor sue ..., fM"t f. _
publican ranks of this State, eligible for but IIi which 'polcI.ploiswero' rendered. lIe_ into the.fuiminatiug powder,used in thomaaufacturojpf. the Nidt.-walks. The now hotel uu rapidly ,An election for Treasurer was also htliC mia porpoMi, MUta\ *. to b<>for th* lia of the said It1IMtS eeual&U tM'f : .
leaves Wofchinglpn la !nTfcw day*,to Jjold H fees- .cartridges and caused thu disastrOBs The names of Mows, R. F. Floyd, J. V. Garuie milt Terms cash unices othorwlso! agreed wpoo. sad aSSSrl* .no l\tl sail' s
the office, upon whom the vote of the States Court ;explosion at.Metz by which forty.flvsperm11e I,and many Grangers Iron"lluj North) bavo atV C. Drew andr. lleara V .med.1a&e, powic..lonei\en. J. O. ADAMS 6ca the saJl prk
lion yt iba UDitol, :e-rcnit,1; Irj,f5iete wQ.1&tGlin 'i' : were placed''fhjmt Btieolal appointee t> arry the ss4 dci.a Ia ebei.5A 4 QOK 94*'II,. ..*WNt&BP"*L* .
kW44wit7-eight J'"i1t'duririgh k.) 1 bn1ia.tl6DJ U'kin .. -
party: could be united. vannab, ; to \'ofef by bal),V I .. 41. 4 : V

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C1i _- county.f ___ i NOTICE.

t1 t.J 4QTqj :. -i 'z-- I i-i'j- -_ .- FeaThe 18onofra11itaftQ11 aaRnwytuNfru.LaT$ *NWNU1S; 5*
October 26.-Secretary Sew&rd1 Indm uThE COnMt cmrrVes3 Y7 &dUI5L'OBDAu "a- V ru
flt1 sersnj Ma4I ( ; : V 1105 Mf Mdg.f ;*,d W%.*bu '(to' 3V ViC'4 .'
e* ?a -' l' tLtO3. ni.'T.s 5 -t tV .? bVP4i4 *Mrfr ift >*V>**iM a he.. ?jrf as .os-4 tiwl .
.. WgEu4z c44cu;4s 9i4A Hi> Jl ., .-ie { j t V *j V -4ii
.t 4 ;a -a -
foUowtaflt approximation to official ,
J "Tlw an thousand and Oct. 1 1. na nLH: 3 ,.. jg UgDi GROCERIES
Indiana, one ea c. ser s,* : tihj Vcr'
--t I V V ) -pal TkAUER LIZZXfi BAKER will few JaeknoBvIII*
'otjuzid.I ::rhe a-fL \ ; "' '- erflsi TV rt'tfa5f54 I Innis ,'p. S for Savannah Terr.tUTCRDAY MOESEIO ta
..Joo4ay ADflNI8TRATRIX NOTICE _lrtimnaiiIcthM the dsidag1re.i4a..eu$ of Libet P -, ,e ..a i ,. o'clock, until farfter notWe
i'or tks thiittrenflaM'beend thjs limittoftiMStaU of Florl- Bciooner Miiu hW Cotts, J -3 for .: CTsckle '4 se(_ a .'m ta : e -. .
wcro .$620- L; Wm. A. McLean, Judge of th.County OoortOr 4a-t rrt>'-..lBth* State ot titargbki Onfmotioo atftnsrtnr Apparel.Fur* mc and f Futc amid Forfeit ure V ., :su V V -. fet V October i ,18C8 -t w.ttr je'.mIBLIArnt.-
ft Datad compUin*at.obaton it ordered cfFive tons of
Cargo, couilsting aad 1ace
/ thso .
untjrf L/or
f'I T an order!* eU Uw Lands be ;
"V thatUM'deteadAat 4o *r>pcr bd owr the bill nhxf Old Iron. -
long 10 the K Ute vf the Ute Josejih P. Bu tli. fit oared _
i -i'- stb.r 'Vtiiw in Mid '" in thl..u.epah.ruWTaayI jlAKUli next,the Pursuant U an Alttchmcot-or'atrooat of Arr'estar4 V V 55 ri.l.;) bra .t.i
to the of
ziii $. October iG.' "TLe'rity luu iJI comity, pay ELlZABKTit said SMITII estate.Am'x.LctL4.t.r.tb.I8s enw Ixsing tKafinR UtmUr in 114 taaaOt, and a Kule Monition under the ecu tif law and i -directed and V' 10 4.st i For St. Augustine, Fla.
d1T VtbenrtM-tho-coaxJaiaaBta-bUfmh UU taken delivered, I do hereby tpve pultho notice to all persons, V e tpJ Hit"' Ji*r V TOJ -
tayL i1ed1t edI&L1 gdin; ,4ff '1 1" e'i > .it ii farther ordered,that a copy of this special and general,and.db jBrtnish and cite them and tczwV
trouble ia St.J3crnard Parishjoining{ order be publlibed the Ilorld4,Union,"-Ux. wJTngb.wopcr each of them claiming the k1tea1d Schooner Han'bet t Ira ni MAKLA--JAND! 'BOPE

rti 1 ItoJow. UM> *&y-< rQzjfl1flptcjni ADMINISTEATELXr NOTICE.D in th.Cocatt,once m.week for four boots,tackle, apparel aad carp.1 er knowing, or having "*'r4uFvE i' ,
nfcnth*iTFVioiM to the sail first "Monday In March, anything to say why the,same should not be condemned *
bro t o headquarters by the sheriff of I IX MONTHS after date I-will'present te lie I Holi. 15115.-) .( -=, Jj. KcJiAE, Clerk.oiet' as torfcitcd according to the prayer'of said Libel ; that V V V -_'wr rim 1. I d'

& Ldhets, itappMrs that js cu1tj. OJudpo: of the County Court, for Ibe County ofDavsl, 4'mos.4JDMINISTEATEIX. they be and appear before the said Court, to be bold at m'd' VV

occurred yesterday on the occasion of a public my Coal accoHOt as admmUlratrtx- rf the Krtsit 6f the city of Jacksonville in-and ior the said northern V 'ciUILORANDUfJj V
Alexander Helmut,deceased, and ack to tie discharged' NOTICE. district of Florida,at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of -
iisplaj t>/ H tpnple of, Democratic'! claim,, in from .d& adajicUtratofKhlp< MONDAY, the SEVENTH day of DECEMBER, A. ;
rtich one white tnn' was wounJed. and tWo i inegrvei MART J. MORKIS q'innr1' DAYS after date, -wfll applrto the Hon.OzUrt V. IMS, (if the same nhall !wa day of Jurisdiction, V

killed on* being! a member of the no\r M. T Cm 43 Autuinislrabix.. _3_ Bnddington, J ulge of the County Coutt,in and otherwise on thc next day of Jurisdiction thereafter) : V a1ATJUll. AND FINDINGS Jtkn
Ibr the County or(Clay, for an vitlor to sell lot dumber then and there to interpose chum and make allegations .sci Henry
LMetroTiolitLfl po&eforec.At 1 2ttt>,iruar'e' number (8) eight, in the Village of and answer uito the Libeliant In that behalf. :; :: f SADDLERY ,

nigbt th.nerv ongregit i and j.roceedod NOTICE Green Core Spnoifn, belonging to the estate of iiartolnvt ALEXANDER JIAQRUDEB, V V : V V ttIz..A. OOXZXL a:
tho house of t, docetiB, for ihe purpose of pnying debts of Marshal of the United States
ia a body to a Spanish 1| Til JKTi' DAYS after thfoto of this noti.v, I will said cut-ate. fur the Northern Dwtrict of Florida.K I m UTlLLlcses Jaekmvvill*-for St. .&iis.ti.s.evory

bskvr, s.n4 kflld him,bi sonaud tuter-in.law, !i apply! to the Hon.Win. A McLnaa,Judge of the County OATIIARI2TE- LUCAS, 1.;. AXIJULWS, V SEA ISLAND :BAGGING AND TWINE vy FRiDAY moaning, retonduc on SATTUtUAT ia
indburnfdhfo house. His wife oacpwih| i Court,for Dovul County, Florida, tor an order to )rt. 3 4w. Admlnibtratnx. Acting U. i ti.: D'.ntrkt Attorney. scptO td ; time! to meet t.b.tid. nU>obar. fiz.t OS way.
j **U the Koal lUtato, la said County, of Edward VT. And For f reiait or pxiwa;*rpvty to
her child IB her arms. Two other houses wcro I ron, deceased, fur the rut pose of pith the deWs of L- V. V :1 aj-r.a-: A 49 Sm JfOjntOSee CAPWT1.YwAEt.
partied burned' at cue of which four children I the etd.ate. J J HOLLAND. Nassau County.ADMINISTRATOR'S on Samurai**wharf, belt orTayki,lIias.

Ver* *id to have been killed. ? '| Sheriff Duvat County and ex officio administrator of IN BANKKUPTGY. Paints : jjd'Qits; o/ alt Kinds ; --, 5 Va__
I I tbu estate of Kdward AV. Andcrirau.
various and to the
nomon are [ Oct. 23 W. 4w. NOTICE ( Iube V Pcw0
txUnt of tbe outrage Many of the white inhabitants I : -

of the pariah defeated their )homes last QIX MOST1I3 aftorafttcTvewCl prcstut our aceounu ASSIGNEES SALE.
i NOTICE. kj and vouchers ns AdmiiiLstratrix acd A>lmlnli>trator
raght and flod to this city. vVKEKSftJurditel wU apply to the Honor ot the Estate of James T. Tr.sbie, deceased, late of I Will oiT-T for sule at flic Court iio'tise in Oniiuw- Tar.-cKtcli and Txirpentine ; On the Si John's Eiver&Bar.
Norembcr land :
SIX vile, on the 5th of ISO .acres of inAlachu.i
Nassau Florida the the
Early this snonring, upoivtholUfct noliijea- : "V WiUuitu! A. McLean, Judge of the County county, ,to liouumblu CountyJude county, the prorertT of "W. B. \V1mber1r, who
General Ilnchanan ordoroda Court for the ol LHiiai tiute of Fion f Letters of Biid count), ci'jrciaiiJ fcurrogaie powers, and ,7 > '. i c
lion of the trouble, county ak br a final diicb.irge Irom the AdminiR'raUon of
of infantry to march down ho of Administration on the Estate of Charles Mason, rurchusers pay fr Jecd ?n 1 gtnnips.
eoopaay Itlc of said countT, ileccased. said Etate. Leather Betting and Steam
J. C. GREELEY, ;,; ; Packing
rinr. Later in the day he dispatched Another 49 .icUl Cw CW VllLLS BliOWN.i SARAH F.A.JOUN30N nUt-DIK, .thninistratiix.JIE' Adrainibtrator. As"ignee.JaLouvifle ; 1'

company of the First Infantry on Ibe slcaaor oct bin FU Oa 1, 1S03. tis.

Lila If one, instructing the officer in charge to
grreit all ringleader* diMnrhanoes who coolde 1 '.'.E lieretofore ASSIGNEE'S -SALE.I V V V WVODN WAltZ .&D 'VILLOW WAR1Z'Stcaiit
lulfrtf Aiuuni IX
| Prti.erbhip existing u COUXTY COURT, TIlE iiIewb.el steamer IlKNUY DUKDE3I and tug
i X vitr 1'jiiiDii uiiil 1L 11. the lirtn
found. that the I I und stjle of 1'trsoas k floe lloc-g is this under Uy duteolrcd name, byi For JVtfsfrtH County fitalt i JIsadore J'iori .- otter for sale, in FfcruouJuu,on the link of November Ar.cscl and Lilt Gen. U. S. GRANT,are now prepared to do Towing la
reported IhU ; supplies .
currently evening Ship all its all Us
It ii mutual constmt. AU indebt4il to i.AFI firm will JJlumenthil Attachment.I'S. 94k) acres of Land, in Worth count),Georgia, ; Cliandlcrj m branches, at low rate. S
1tt body of Infantry were attacked, bit liy', nnke persou-i H. II. All \ also one-fumtb of 40 in Cherokee county, Georgia, Ux b ranch V Towage from town to any mill west of Potebttrg
Staff oEccrs havo lon !t J immedntepayment to 1Io. persons }Jjamagos $->t>9i, >0. AIUUUI ucd property of W. II. Hunt, who lAss been adjudged s e,f. ',, V etc oh......................................... $3 II)
i not flums the linn wUL tlioiu at 111"I
whom apparent. lisving nir.uust jirfstiit John W. Peacock. J for f'Ol.'O.THE bankrupt, on his own petition, Purchaser mj In; for To any Mill below JIardy'8................... 10 00
I oiico in JaitMHUiilc. defendant nnd all other inUrcst-1 CHARLES
dispatched to WTeatigata the matter. I AMANDEI persons are deeds and btainpx. J. C. GREKLKV.Jaikw A. FAIRCHILD For farther particulars opplrto493m
rA1soc. notiflod to ana to the declaration ,
plead -
this appear JOHN CAMPBELL
When the rumor spread morning;, latgnnumben ii. ir. UoEtJ. V Assignee. r ,
filed in the above entitled cause, or judgment by iniic! }hi. Oct 1 UCS.ASSIGNEE'S tibi V Office on Samm! wharf front of Tsyto House.DZRECT .
ef white men congregated on the lovoo I .TclunriUt,, 1 IA,January IV, 1804 uct 7 4vNOTICE. delau.t will be Uicn in the premu according to law. I -Reed's

in th. 16wer part of the city,, and chartered 41 3m C. F. COOPKK, F.'tfls Att'y. V' : V Block, Bay Street,

three iteam tugs to convey them 40 the scene of SALE.:

action, bot were preventod from leanng i1iccity DAYS date be IX CIRCUIT{ COURT OF FLORIDA I Wnl olliT for sale, nt the Court house, in Camnce- 5-1y. :. JACKSONVILLR TRADE
alter ill dt
rpHIUTY application i .
< yule, on the Jth d.ir of November, 60 head Cattle belonging _
ordor of Gen. Bouasean, as tho numbrr JL to the Hon. \V. SV S re '_ _-Vsa.t. .
by A. McLean, .loaire of the V .
CouaJiI VV
V .pj .
4th JrmciAi.CIRCIIT OF FLOBIKA ion J AAU Coistr.In to the firm of A. II. Johnson ACo.., aUo 2210 V V .L. -- nr-rwtN
Bent wa sufficient to enforce order. I Court, fjr a u order to sell the lle.il i.,Ute belougia XtI the V
of troop acres of Land, near Sfloanopy, property of A. II
condition of ailain deterred tho I the K'tato of Ileubcn Cow art, deci-ased,for the purjK>9 Chancery. also Horses belonging
The dictarbed Johnson, (snbjcct to a mortpa) two Ilavre Franco and Jdcksonvillc Fla.
of paring the debt*ot eald Into. j ,
Kerenua ofiicialg from entering the f'h1neiqVi1.lii, Administrator to the name, aU one horse and one yoke of
Internal J. N. ILADDOCi:, cAV. of the good and chattel* lights i icrudiU Oxen, belonging to 11. it. llall. The above belns the
perish to-day, in the discharge of their duties. I MILES 11Uc1?;, auti ol il nlu }*>radJ J property of the said member of the firm of A. II ]yo I&It FIRST VLtL OF 72LE Lxz:

Prominent members of both political partionin M. IVES, dock, dtciaseJ, ..Kill: f>t l'orcdiure l Johnson & Co., who have been adjudged Bankrupt, on
1 lui .
in interview with Gen. .Rousseau to-day, I __ __ Kxecittor-- r! \f c.Wri their own jtmon. 1'urchascr paying for titles and
UV.. heath and Ur I
and mutually agreed to- tHseountenanc and IN CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA C. Deal. -. J. C.onCELET,Assignee ,

prevent, as far as possible, any farther public IT nppeorir.i to the a-itUJaction! of ihc Court that JPsP The abovcjtialf ot land,2210, b hereby postponed
demonstrations. FOCUTH JLIIICIAL CiEtcu.TJcvAL CUIMV. Henry C. Deal, one of the sail defendants, is not to until Hth January, 1S01).
political be lonnd in the county and thatJu. whereabouts are un- Jacksonville, Fla., October 1, 1W tdASSIGNEE'S
lien intends rcmovingall in i Elizabeth Ballautine In Chaaji OR
Ronssean troops ) rj Admiral -Emile
known, and that he ujsJa in iuid county and Circuit, V : Brig
this vicinity into the city to present a recur-1 George Ballautinr. LQIItapjuarinsby lMrort-v. some years since. It Is therefore ordered thai pnblicationbe VV
hjdaoeor4into! law for four wrtko anti that Win lear Jackf onTTDe about 10th November nextFreiglmt&a
Tnt of the scenes of Saturday night The ro- mffitk-nt proof that n lull loi JJ SALE.
disturbances demonstrated the utter help-1 I vurce Lua been lik l in the above entitled Court, by the said defendants appear ansuc-r, plead or demur tot-.ud TaTauJ Cotton rex 3........... 2 cent
cent aid bill or the same will Ix taken confttwd asainst them. \ill otter for e.iie, to lie hiirhcit bidder, in starkFlorida Upland '. a "
the feaid defendant W..IX
cornpUunaai against and that 1
lessness of the civil government. No effort on the tail defendant resides out of the Kuteof, }'Iotiih, \\ iluu
its part was apparent until the appearance of j upon motion ot imploinant'o nolieitoS, II. Ulsbi-c, jr.. OctAlr, A n TMW and one Wagon the property of Jamea 1C. Harrison, VV Vt/lien desired a-lvaaccs will be wade oa iiiments
the ground. On Saturday it U ordered that a hearing upon the focl chirked"the iii SAMUEL T. JilDDELL, CUik.i" who has been adjudged Bankrupt, on his own petition. T T for which only ono per cent.wiU I*cii ed.
tie soldiery on F
night, for two hours after the riot on Canal the 331 day of November, A. 1) 186S, at the Court stamp' ROSES RIES. with as at once. All merchandise is"amred ii soon as
street, not a single policeman was Jo bo seen, Jotie in Jarkeonville, hi lie said county of Duvtil. St. Jolins Ba- ['he above aIe berc-v postponed until the Cid received on board. V

.though a number w'ere congregated on St. .\- A. KJSfiailT. Circcit JuOpe. County. of liL.oember. -- EEITSLEfl 4E.TOGXI.iin .

Fourth Judicial Cirau J. C. ORKELEY, Asaignee.J Agents_ navri, -V V
Charles street, within four blocks of scene. o\i; 1J-IUM. Oct 1 IM'.SPOST. Mv.ri. DZLAtC P11.5.
The Metropolitan Police Law is now in operation. NOTICE. Oct. lQi6StL

The force has been organized,into com"paniea IX CIRCUIT COUltT OF FLORIDA "IT JUll WiEKS; after(late, I will tipply to the llou.IT .

large >ropt>rtion of whom are Judge of lrobaU', for the county of St. John, >Statc TILE :
avery !tt Jrci* u.i. Cikccix IOR FLORIDA, DrAL Crv.; ot rionja, for an order to sell tire Heal KsUtc of Ann OFFICE NOTICE STtflTja...
negroes. Micklci, deceased, in said county and Mate for the pajnieut -0- GROCERIES -'Sw
LATE In CJiAnecry.Mmuel of the jut and lawful debts of baid cnUU and for OFFICE; : OURS. ,

FaiihanVu 1r distribution. VANATfCIO MIEU, 1 A. x. to C p. >r. except fcnndaj FKEIGirr OFFICE P. & R.'R.
abutS Admiui-trn'or of the l. tatc of Aim Miekler Iecs'41.s / ._ :
October 26. ,
NEW OLSA-S, To-night, ,. | Bill for Furx.ios ( PROVISIONS
SrNDATS, BtolO *. )f. Oet, 1, 1!68. 4 1.wmp,5
o'clock, the white clubs marched from all Horace W. liUh and Lw'f a ,.TOTlCE is hereby gientbstthe rate of Freight fSScit -

parts of the city,under their officer, armed with ma U Fitch. DefendantMortjrnsr<'. MAIIS CIOSE.Dy between Jacksoimfle and Baldwin In tea na cast
NOTICE. tell than that n"w adrerti e<] M the rate flora Ssran- AND
every conceivable weapon, and formed quietly, apptariut to Oil* Court by tac alUdavit of vi.Jcoiuphiiuant through Broiu Lock poucuco, to New York, \Vashlngton. ruth to Baldwin. 'f. B PAPY,
ra perfect order, in Lafayette square and on the 1 IT tiled in Ua cause, that the Bald dtftnduJit" I WLLKS.tf.erd.ito Ivull apiv! tu the Uon. oct 3 1m General Freight Agent. : cxiii-t
the HalL The officers of ri:.id< out of the Circuit and beyond the limits of judge of I'rolmtP, for thecounty ot St-.Iobn", Htatc ba\annih, Xfw York und "VTrtghington Postal Car, LIQUORS.JOHN ,
streets around City th state of Florida, tnwitIn the State of ii-une.On of Florida, for an order to Mill the Ue the cubs waited on the Olayor and tendered I motion of comphunantV vlicltora, it inhtrtby orderud A n-Ire 11, deceased, in eaid county and tiute. lot the City,Gainesville,Feniuuidina.-Florida flat tread OFFICE FEN-, OA., FLA.C. IV K.'CD.

their serrices to patrol the streets. No negro j that the said UefuidunU appear &IiI anuvs er the payment of the imt and lawful debts of said c and few white ones have beenseonetzcpcciallyintheoutskirta bUlllied in this cause on the ulhST Jay of MARCH V JIKRXANDKAmur /, Ocala and Tampa, JIo>i>ir,, WeufESBATS, and FnnATti every TUESDAY ereninj at nine oYIock.
policemen, very | next, the same being the first Monday m rnid moi.ih ]-tnt'o-c iI t time l-et.to ot M. Ai.drtu, deieunyJ. 10 50, a. m. IMPORTANT TO ALL Will Ics ra Savannah ercry VHWrKSDAT afternoon

of and a Rule day. Otlierwim the coiajiUiiuiiita bill fchall 47 U- Cedar KejSjiTrRia\sajiJTucasAT*, 1030, a. in.P.t. at three o'clotk, Pernanfflaa, Jacksonville,
the city,since Saturday night's fight. be taken jmt ouvjuw. AuhOiBtiuB Tueehmys, Thursdays and Saturdij, GBKAT RXDVCTIOX OF RATES TO BALDWIN, CLARK Falatta and lutings on the St. John'Eirw.

The Mayor informwl them that there WUB no It ia further oiucrt-J tiuit a topy of this orj.ii be pubUblieil NOTICE : 7 a. m. (by stage.) JACKSONVILLE, AJfD ALL POINTS OJ 1UK Eetuminr
in tit- "Florida Union," UIP rame being a nc-n n- Up the River,throunh to Enterprise, per steamer ST. JOUJTS KIVER. :
occasion: for their servicot, as Gen. Rousseau npr in this Circuit, once Wi-ck for lour mouth pre- and t In iniufof an order ina.lc l-j tlu HotorahleJudico lJarlington-Sesnrr? 6, a. m. XTEW throngh amntemcnta between SavannalTandJackfonrille BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE Will leave Tilatka ererr FE&AT marBfazat peves

had informed him that he would take charge of | M'>:if I" tbo taid lust Monday in Mart, It>o3.LllAS. ol the Countj Court, loi U.fc county of St. MONDORIDERS.: _i_, affording the greatest di palch and o'clock. V-

the peace of the city to-night A crowd to the j jnember 1* MA1ULR, CUrk, Johns, fcliile of Floii4.i, I will tX'ute for pahat public Th<> cheapest, safest and most cxpldttions way ol tn of several thousand assembled around I 10 lui i>cr C. It. Traxm, l). CIN auction, in front of tho Court II .MONDAY, thu 2ddiy<,t MJX'EVlitl:, A.1). 1S>8 l, at Foetal ifomy Order pjTem low in operation kt this Atlantic &. Gulf n. R. of Savannah, the Pen. Qeo. ft JEFFfl.EYS & BRO., Agnta.
; the steps of the City 1111, where they were addrweed 'i CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 10 b'cluclt. A. }!., the fiilUiKiug Uci-ui'ttiUitcai' K.,Ute, to- olficc. Florida Central K. K., and Brock's Line of RiverBoats Oct. 10 tf n

by Gen. Steadman, State Senator Og- VitTin L. Orders w-Tied in anwuits to nit puithagcrs.on by which we make this the cheapest and nIekrst One of the LargestAND
pro;>er y knotrn n th> Mignolia Hotel!, ntuateil i ii( and un-ler 10 route to Baldwin, Jacksoni file and all the landings
den Mayor Conway Harry J. llajs and c h.tmo, { upon
>ici i.
on (icorge inet, city D' St. Au (.-.inc, and boundidn *:o to 5fl, 25 the fitJohn's Hirer. U. S. MAIL
Sheriff Maxwell, by all cf whom they were ndrisod : Uo ; the iiorth bj time prijieitj of J. V. HeriiKUJuA vii E. H. fiELD, Tost IT It i* the quickest and cheapest route for your freight ROUTE

to retire peaceably to their homes. r*. the east Ly Otor rtrt, on the M>uth }by the Mithodist j Our rates axe now but one-half the amount charged by .
church lot, an! on tho TTIHI by the pnj. rty of M.muh the steamers from Savannah.and Charleston and under
Gen. Steadman and Senator Ogden stated (;"0'-e I>. Miller. I II Gore BEST SELECTED
.that GOT. Warmouth had ). V':'.n, Agiiit >(,r John i I'uct-ttj I'oure, un 1 the lot on ( jMiniith shoot, 1>oun to day waited on M. JjJiman.Augustus Bow- | on the north b} lot belonging to JusiaU of JUIUCH lleiuuiidi less than.by any other line. To this advantage of cheapness -
Gen. Rousseau and tendered him entire control I ard, Jlnrunw-r CallmAD, j F'IL1I0ifl'- -; on the cast I)} lot ot Dic o llerrjiiiacv, and another -t Albany Columbus must be added the entire absence of sea risk to

of the State government, which Gen. Rcneseau j> John M. Leiiniili ulid Otin f of I lot bclon.iu.; to tin Estate of Sanu.rl llafliiiztoii, Auvriiu* j I J Macon. Charleston, Baltimore, PhiladelphIa, New York- r4 STOCK
refused but in view of I I Ch.ifee.! >litch -l lV.. M. ilwl tg4g. I 1ee'imsed, <>n the south by lot of JUri.ih 1'aceUy I'UIKV, Athens ,1 ilIedevik., Boston ; thus lespntajj the amount to be paid for Insurance.
the j
; to-night, i Amxnd, ThoinT* II. Ororti, [' t tuil the vrtst by p uuh"Htrevt, all beioogizm to the Kn- Atlanta I Home.Au Is'o delay d'treigiit by thh arrangeraent.
aspect of afikirs, he Lad ordered the troops ]I I'artnerdoing buine. Ui>- | In Cliann i. tate of fcamucl Ijut'iugtun, di- tijJ,itulsolj bulyxt to ii-ti I "a>annah. Goods shipped from Savannah in the morning wiH reach Of the akcvp Articles ever brought to this M.ircct, THE FAVORITE8TLiZE11DARLINTo
to the t Hu\ur intert- of Carrf* L. I'ufington, iiiow of -i.nuutl Jacksonville same m;ht. No Insurance by this
patrol city, comprising all branches of df r the linn ium-and style I Lc1JL1Ja -
I t&inztou, d'ceased.CAUUIL. route,and all claims for Ions or Viamage promptly settled. N
the service. of "Chaff-*, St. Atuand i | :konilio j Tallaha<,oc. V
Crofu. L DUFFIXUI'CC, We t The accomodation for passengers are perfect. No COsIs1ecij or
Key Wumngton.
Harry T. Hays, in his speech, stated that ltliavtng madu to aj-ptar jlieen b> UUL t>ijt tliut UILAu Admfniatratnx on the IL4UAU.I. ilionrt of cars.\Ve combine.vith speed great increase of CAPTAIN JACOB SHOCK,

Superintendent of Police Williamson, had 1enlenj, urtus Boward,Mot timer C.iltimtn, John _lietIa_ i Letate of Samiul Uaoington, detnwd.Smnter OjJTCO CuuMl-i comfort, boring trpon each train rulmati Klmball's. Teas, Cblfees, Sugars Cigars Tobaccos
waited oa the Police] Board and informed them M. Lehman, Oti I. Cbaffee, ilitchel W. tit. Amand, A.TJiomaa )? .Monrin.Kufau'.a maCTifieent sleeping car. Two trains, daily, will leave H- been thoroughly refitted, i* again placed
II. C'roIU, reeile out of Die btate of Flomio.&ud .HoiUiur.Gncnntle JackjonviHe for Savannah and points in the interior.i .- Soaps, Candles, Yeast Powders, on her old route between Jacksonville and Jvnteipnse -
that he had stricken the name of tvory negro that the ordinary Iroi of law caunut be Mr\td County. .IJullcr. i I Time, by ]>as8cnger train, between Jacksonville and ,stopping at all intennediala points, leaving Jack

off the police rolls, and that if his atlivn was upon them. On mouon of Ben B. AntL-ew. Ki., Solicitor Hunts% Jf a JiiOD. I Savannah U hour The Steamers Darlington and Hat- Syrups, TInegars. Starch, &c. onnUe every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, Falatka.

not concurred in it would be for Complainant, it in ordered that n hMnnjr on Mobile..Mobile.Selina. tic nm in connection with these roads, upon either ol Monday morning 4 o'clock arriving at Jfnterprise
utterly impohsiblo o'clock F.M.
the trtd chaivul in the Bill U- had on the Flltbl' NOTICE. Monti *>mcr .Monlgom<>rDallas. \ which through UtLeU can be parch-ieed. Baggage Keturnugwia leave .Enterprise Wed-
; > ]2asin! Salt
to preserve peace in the city. The Police Board SUNDAY of DUCEMBEli, A.I). J *. WKtlCSnitir date I trill to the lloiioral! ............................. Checked Through. Lard Oil, Kerosene Oil, nesdav o'clock morning 5 o'clock,FaJotk*Thursday morning T

itself is composed in part of negroes, but they It i further ordered tliat a certified copy of this Onli.r SIX oi IVobate fur Aumtcr apply,Florida, tf.r Littcrsof Tuscuinbia........................Franklin.Oienadji Our connections at St. Marks for Havana,Key West, Molasses, &c., &c. Will,aUo arriving make at Jackaonvia 1 o'clock F.lt.
had alternative but to be pabhiht-d once a week, con-soculfvely; for three county .,!1ss1ss'P.I. Tampa, Pensacola,Appaloclucola, and New Orleans are regular trips to ibddleborg every FR l-
acquiesce.Shsriff the Imitate of John Ton DAY
AduiiaiBtratioii on :pkln ,levtng Jacksoaville 8 .
Maxwell advised tu<>nth4lromlh>j date hereof In the "FJondu Uniou." late of fill lecca'td.4Gw (' ......................... sure. Eight Steamers per month ply between New Orleans at A. U.JOIIS
the crowd to go A. A. KNIGirr caun'y and Havana, touching at all the intermediate CLAKE. Agent,
peaceably home, and that if ho nestled them he Circuit Ju3g", 1th Judicial Circuit., RHODA J. f1)Mi'IUNS.n. Holly Hpriu.: *.Yalabnslw.Marshall. points. One leaving each city every week, thus giving Corn, Flour, Bacon, Pork, Butter,Lards, July 7-tf Reed's Wharf.Jacluonviile,YlL.t .
wonld send for them. Jackson.Hindu.M ns a weekly connection each wayS Cheese, Mackerel, Hams, Meal
With the advantages which this route
After the conclusion of the address, cheering til ATE Cointy:Ol iLOtiUA of IJu vat, I( S. NOTICES. enilun....LnudenlaltNitchcz *. are sure to give satislaetion, and only auk that posseasci.our ability we- Hominy, Beans, Rice, t 2vI

the speakers and Gen. Rousseau, the lnbs dispersed I do lien by certify that the fore4Oin>?n a true and correct VicUburg.Warren.Z.0C7AXV that to this do BO route may thttt be tested.dwells be It will cheaper be,borne both for ta passengers mind-, Beef, &c., &c. T S. MAIL EOUTEL
quietly.Sines cTjr of the onziual copy now on file in thi office !.
CUAllLES L. MATI1KH, and freight than any other, and that if at any time is S
dark not a negro is to be seen on the ]taton flugc..E. Bat. iiiU the amount charged h not less than that charged by the
Clerk Circuit Court Dmal County.K -IIKi PQrLUTF5 DgTAKTMt KT()TUE &iUl U. ". .'.Onacbito.atchitoche Condensed Milk Buckwheat Flour
steamers to Jacksonville and
treats, and the localities where point on the Bt.'John's THE SEW -
they usually 1. ISCfc. 3m.ADMINISTRATOR'S SPLENDID STLAltt.3.Capt.
pt Allan, Oeor u, October b, 1.4. *..Xatcbltochti.Ncwlbcna River, the fact being made known to T. $
upon Captain
coogntcatfl deserted. Of the immcnm )JIr1er'as. ... Martin Apples Potatoes Onions Pickles
uo Cewi al OiiUrt Ji'v. 21. .. K BreaM, Superintendent of Transportation, orB. ,
crowds oa the streets all are white men. No SALE. by an act of Conpre** of tlia Vnitf'Maun, New Orleans....Orleans.Ipelonsaii A. BrrncB, Freight Acwit at Jacksonville,the dWfer- Canned Fruits and Vegetables
March 2J. lb6S it it made the of the iniliUuy St. Landry.l'ittquemme. ,
kreaches of the have been heard of. approved] duty cute will at once be refunded.For .
peace virtue of un order of the Honorable vrailom A. authority to preser\v the ]>c WHZKUXO, W. V., October 26.- The Laily BY IcIAtfl. Jud 'e of the County Court 5n and for the locuoii that nay be hell in any oi the btute.anil; l'raneisi-jUe.'W. Feliciana WALKER, General superintendent P. *

IufcCyMor (Republican claims that the whole i*>untv of I>u\al, I will offer for nali:, at auction, ouMOXbAY Svbereac, this duty has become the more imj. rati\(., In Northern bUUi niarl> all l'04 Ofiicea are (1. U. H., IvIKhnssee.H. _
) the 7th day of ECEMBKH next that from the existing poluliavl excitement in the public mind wsiey o rder office 8. HAINES, Gen'I Sup't A. &O. E. It., Savannah. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Bepablican State ticket has bern elected by tract of land an I iinpro\cmenU known a the Hearnpropirtr from the recent orKanization of cml govwiuneot, and tfeffistry Office.Vahublo -

thirty-fir hundred majority. They also claim for the purpose of paying the debts of the from the latt that Cungtewt has by statute rolubitud letter lot any part of the UmU.il States, C. II. WILLIAMS, General! F ht Agt, A. 4. GK. IIAII"rw: t

the Legislature and, beyond donbt the First K:.UU of Henry Vilaion l deceased the organization of military lorcec in the sot-nil Malta Canada, Great liiuuu, island of Jamaica, Holland, the K., Savannah, Wooden Ware
and Second Said tract of land lies about one mile tart of the city ot thu Depurlmtnt la theruloie, ordered, Italian States, or State ot Tnwn-Anitnau Postal J. L. ROMMdVATT,Forwarding Awnt, Bavannah.T. GEO. 11ANSFIELD
Congressional District of JacknonvUie, raid to contain two hundred and liltyacre L That the fce\i-ril District commanders viP, .IK xxm Union, will be registered, on application between the i':. lITJCKMAy, r'ttpcrtaKnii'-nt Transportation, V
more or lese; About thirty acres of first rote ham aim practicable, on the receipt of thix order, dmtniutu hours otSA.MandG F. M.llegutcrtd JiwkaonTille. Has
Foreign News. land under cultivation dwelling Loiuw and out- the tioops uti mock ; I. V letters, to gotlw same day FrHsht Ag't Jackonville. with the DarUcgton,makigSEMTWXEXLT
FLOkZXCZ October 26. A lice of steamers buildlnps euitalle for a email family. Bald land it la one h ur before the clo'inof the mall. ft. D. OWENS, New York. -
bounded on the cant by the St.Johns Hirer,and i*cattily Ia the D tikt of Georgia, F. B. PAPV, Ocneml Freight! and TIket Agent. BUCKETS, TUBS, BROOMS, &s. TRIPS.
: -twec? some point i<slyaxad the United reached by land or water from the city of Jacksonille. Oue company ICih Infantry to Albany. Tallahassee_ Florida.'I Slie wfH leave Jacksonville every WKUSISDAT

:) ttatei projected t accommodato tW in crcas- Terms, two-thlrdi caeh, balance one year secured One company l<>th Infantry, to Columbus. NEW DRUG STORES 7 lie following pap-n tvRF! 'fc.4 c pr fi-r Three OP.X !dILLS GRUB MORNING at 9 o'clock; PaJatka TlTtrRaiUY osm-
Wfroittrade.- JLf by mortgage. Title* to be paid lor by purchaser. One company 10th Jofantr, to MUCOQ. Month, and send bill to F. O. K It. vir lug at 4 o'clock;arriving at Enterprise at Go'coekP.! 1C.
For further, aUculai. apply toU. One company l'ith' lufantrj, to Augusta. I Jacksonville Mercury, TatbihiKsee Fli+iilian. <)rlatttil UOE3 GARDEN UOB-J. returning, win leave Enterprise every SUNDAY Bornl
AXIS, October 2C.-..The latut lito Janeiro IIISBEE, .Mt' ? In One company lf>th Infantry, to Wabhlngton, (VViiUs CoaNait OCEAX AXB FORSTinX STBI IT?, I Florida Banner, Gain-sxille1! .VfT" Fri\ Femjn- ingatSo'Uock; PaJatka every 05DAY morning a t

rices stat* that the Federal Minister Wabh- fact for K. M. Cheney, AUm'r on Estate of H. 'W'ilsuu. county.) dma Jades, 8t Angustme jnunfni. t
bur!. had arrived at Montevideo. He protests 47 tf One One company company Ibih ICth Infantry Infantry,,to to AinirliU;Thotuornlk. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I Stone Jars and Jugs. ahaosee.time to connect vl'Ji the S Train for Savannas) and Tal

fainst the violation of the American legation One company (U,)&tn cavalry, to .&tnens. 1-\U. II. ItOBINbOX baa established a WLiiesa1e; I G.ROTHE 13 .For further!mfonnation apply U:
*t Ascension. Forty protected by The company at Savannah to bo reinforced, should J./ and llctail Urus fctore at the above named place. POWDER 8 U'OT AND LEAD
Uw persons are Alachna County. occaeion require, by such number of the wen at Tort uniT has a new and well assorted stock of JORN CLARJC,

American flag, having been seized there. -- 1'uUfkl as tan be ttpnred from the Jiat. WATCH-MAKER, 3-u Agiat.T .

k>KDox, October 26.-England, France, NOTICE ? Drugs, Medicines &Perfumery -- fXEXf Full Assortment of Seine and Net Twine S
Tn the Dietnct ofFloriJaj
1 .?nhIm*, Italy and Portugal have recognized One company 7Ui-lnfantry, to Maria cna. which he will sell at low prices. Orders are respectfully V.. TOIK ..tRCIW.tT Oollin'a Ana,50 No. 10 Ploughs,Store

'V UM Provisweal Goverjwnen Q1'piJi. WhXKB: afu* late I will apply to the Hoa One Qumpany 7th lufttnlry, to 'laUolia *etO -. solicited. Prescriptions put up with care at TL1iIh'T an l Wharf Tracks, Wheelbarrows J.
SIX Jeukina,Judge ol Probate for Alacbua.County *e company Jth! Infantry to Gaioestinc. HAKIIUI>..IS>.iiwcic, BxrJacksonvile $ : and Grindstones. ) HOLiAHD
,fur Irttew of Adm4ni trations otr the Estate of WitItam One company 7th Infantry to Firnafldina. ALL nouns, DAY on SIGHT.Alter ,

General'. II. Kcimedy deceased.0.EO. %V.. DtJ3roN: -.- Two Two companies companies 7th Jth Infantry Inbwtry JacLtonviJk'to Tcuopa Itij. the store id cJo M at nijdit persons deinn I ,- FIE'i'EcrFULLY 40 KEGS OF NAILAE' COItNIJtOh Lt OBA T ir; S
T> informs the citizens ii f J.Ukaos-
(14. 1 I&G8. 3 ow. II. Detachments, n hen necessary, may be niadu to cdlunos will il4imIe
pliace is guarded by volunteers. points in the vicinity ot each post ; bat lit no tae, nor Bell i' XL yule and\icmrty, that be has returned again and $ Tttrc 2ye 7rHiAi:
---------- - ----;-.-. !-- on any pretext whatever,vn\\\ detachment bo wait without King the Night opened hu place of b'uiintt*as above.

NOTICE. commiMioood odccr, who vlU.W fully inxtrni ted Mr. O. will be happy to receive the patronage ef hiy
I attention.
aiiJ they will gelprom'it old friends, u id as mwi> new ones as wish lu havo them And a fall Assortment of Liquors
I.'OL'U WKEK3 atordat.e the undersigned .tJlx bylJa- S ItobCommuandlr.* .- cr:' .B. Dr. RobiiiHoii, n ra<1uuU> cf tb CnnrrbityofVttin r caruhilLreaiyed and guaranteed,and hope of all kinds.

.1- tratnx, of the KsUtc of 1'hilllp Dell, deceiiaed. will 'sri t. IHstnet oomnuiwSt will hutruct pot < ommaadcra ylvanin, also, otfrn Ini>rofe ional aenlco asa that with his erpcriejlcc aa apractical AVatchmakcr'fo
apply to the Hon.Judge of l'robat, of Alathua coupty, In their duties, tuid t ho Muilivu po iUoii of the ITiyMcum mid tsurprt-n to t> c'ti/-nn of JackHon\iIl ,V the last forty years ta this! Country and liurope,be wiT Als other Articles too numerous to
MilCONSTITUTION; In?IO5 to act! the tatida belonging to the said. K taUK iivaLad1uUitorypQCra.) U'hty wL1 f uniitJi them with and ticinily. July U tf be able to givu fail eaictlot to all wbo. have good mention all of which will be sold

( ) i mid Kst 4e. MAK\ M UKLIw, V Jan 27 tf low for cash.
of g'4it 28th MJd October let ult, (the latwr of which was ,_
dI4w Forwarded Heptember iith, to tl.o I>Utri ( Command- GREAT BARGAINS!

fmjv; hiflbtb liuUuctuM! the War Dqnrtmuntnru _Wholesale and RetaiL

P'1cxrid NOTICE OF NSOLVEXCY.a forth in. /ulL They will impress on post comtaarfttrt c. :RJEJ V
that they are to act In ai.l and 'eo-oj>cration, -
4,::run "i up -
Coral or ALACUCA COO.TV, rix> i.AAr ,- andta cuboniinataln to thcxivil aulhorjue ; that they '
TUB COITY flAV1t. 4 focuter tties.-
r nwv< fnna.vx : Watches and
CJUVBCU, Scjt, Mh, 1* 8.WTJEBEAfi are to exerciHC! discretion and judgment,uobuuod by po- General Commission Merchant, 1_ clous Store and 1WI 1 Jewelry.
XEATLT rIUXTEU Va-y V. pen; Adminlstrutrtx of the liUt d or other prejudices; that their object should be > r>UK-: I in i'i' V Jiitin >tIa 1
1'hfilp J> TlUt of said oowitjr dereasrd, cttlu.M\cly to preserve the peace ant tipholil Ias.uu1| order .4. CaP?
bMi Ie4 In Ue ftM ci the J Us of U Covntjr knit ,an*they must bo satisfied null is the object of the No. 1 Hocg's Block, Bay St., I Holmes'. Building, : Eb. h&. PECK: S e-- l& : Vl

aggOMto u&ld tnaoltsncy o Uisid}.tato, tint lUeer calling on thum for .ad, that they must in ,
: Paph1ctorni. a wberuHpon wi1ts notK* iM hert-hy civcn to all persona having' aU cases where time wU permit, "PF11 '' instruction JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Four door wen ofP.Thbblttd kav#tnft theme but must tn all hazards to my bn STOWS.X sbaQ constantly keep 1arg WATcZ-UXEZ.ADiZWmT,
claim wfftnst the state of ndd intartat'to fjle to soperlof authority, they preserve -o:- V. V
aatLenilc5ted. In the Clerk's oOnt of vutd the peace, and not be restrained by technical and select stock pf V Vi.. nrl'' '
duly and the 1 wmikl
of JANUARY,A.1). when IA their oon ei aa 4& AT TM? before the 2&th day points, judgment OcZ425RI1T
Ceusty on of JL that I-am now opening and oanstnnUy receding DOORS, SASH, 1tIJNDM AXI
1CD there will be a i>ro rota payment aioonj the rules sOt 10(111, U it their luty to act. Foet commandew announce k
l& a complete*ml ncl x t stock of rUKNITUKK, 1'UL1S, Fine Wa tchSifc'8ibr and
of the
scytral cred1tLa of said at&t. on being notified iiroioed holding of }iU- V
PLOEIDA UNION OFFICER oflioe It!* 17th day cal meetings, may seal an ofhoer, I and if ueoeaaary a DRY GOODS. : V IIAItDWARE LEAD: i IKON,. ,, YrOTES.TINWAUL S. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.EBETS .
watch tho and that the
detachment to pioceednift tteo ---
.1 of bupl.eiabes.A- RKADY-JIADK CLOTHING, :' "": CROOKBtlT, iPlaf ZIw-r :
M TK. .
: i ace in preserved. _
of the several Slates GROCERIES, HARD-WAKE, 01.AS8WAKE.- fm (V1 "i-V
Alaehua To the people compofclns
cI'4M4'v& .uage County Cowt, CtUnty.p(14m. IX.
FJtJCf flFir CENTS I'LK WOOD & WILLOWTAR, HOLLAND would respectfully Inform the
the Department, the Major Ocneml i commanding ap- QUEENS--WABE,. AJP8- JJ.
: mil with.Jihn and the civil I that, having bought out the in terest of C.
peals titat they co-opcntv I500TS &; SHOES ta Vut I have ail
i R. II. Flinn U BO longer y empl y, A.Casevin.thelateflnqoriX .Cas ft.CO.bO will
law and cider
MUlboritioilasubUiuuiK m pratcrvirg !
=- Baker County.; ; the peace and in avoiding those scenes of riot and blood HATS & CAPS, 1 experienced LadLlALZ'NN5JIT1l : nsaUoar, and sUlwonea 4nstaiartte epauuon of

NOICES. shed/and the wanton dortrurtion of property und life, TRUNKS, V thoidstaidr.euuitg- -

-Which lisa already;lu some instance, bum unacted in VALISES, &s. !nd ld1rnanrtereI'iwarOfoT th.ridd, do tii -S A GOOD ARTICLE A%,.| KIUSOXAJSJif P.L1C11
ADMTn4cO's.NOTICE the l>epartmf nt. lie urgy abslUKnca from all inllammatory work' JOB1NIRP.1'ATR71T1' :''RU fIFiNG, .
T and incendiary appeals to thejia-iBlons;Uisconntenanutiif and m latt everything kept in a torn CONDUC2P.LQWA1.U vor doing Good Work, and dratuff honestly and fairly witk-
Saturday tbeSUt ef Octoior A, II; W*, I il'iltoth theVoppintf open of liquor hops on days of GUTTERING, pe aiL J. J. IL, would .ISD staUOat bo ** associated
Tcothit'tIx On tagbwt bidder, at tlw. Court Ilonne in political meetings and of elect on; the abstaining from FirtC1assStore.My mining to the trado.,, ijtr> ff V > B i2fffj"for wtthkim. -

bndjron, Itake Count the following real ctat. to- tarrytac arms,and a at i ting the 1 Individual right ot con- .7 CatJt nnd Stlfrfor Cath
10fl211t1C to the t tat*ot HarJy Strlcktand.Jec ui l,' l etrui*j laws by force of*rm.. !So Just cause is ever good bare been bought with special reforeoice to : ames S; J>oyle
vt: tbe8. 1 quarter ofthe >. E. quarter, of Section | advanced by rtsort- yiukope..ii CIRCUIT COUKTOF FLORIDAtiru 1'OWJIIP .t.Of IL.iD0 19 K. ..wutaimns forty and f orbearania amouz political opponents, whatcvir as there Ii to be found In this market* notch who baa snataboO" the ntaijM t
I II ItICp1CZALCIRCrfl1 long ie
iIcJ.L.ait1 ra1 O bC iUIdC dchtii, may time naoiH; tqt each food citizen determine that all C2TI rem>ectf ally.aV fiu ejamlnaton! of ray stout.Olf lAM VEt tB.iUUBBAItD5- workman and to conduct.skbofclaen* superior et this
lion Ai.icijf i Ocxtr, who. under the law, have the __ I kind in all Us branches. "We rtiU retain sole
AImtniitrtor.r sgeey
; ; .L:. 7. Ii6$. FeDt. 3th 4 t. exercise it Bndwturbtd. 4-thnred.mspute4jmoIuts efl V Florida,AugBst 1} 1SG8 for
T' w.. let titan to referred to the court, und M net mob Wanted-Agents. _t '-"_ r iistntlyonba&d a vat .le h>d stock ol V f. S

DsadO.Aa4ert =- -- or political clubs, or other Ifrcrponbibie bodies,construe tcte md VTevoirr, and all othrr sill'Ics MortonV Go
I., ASMJMIJMUt.OsinssVute. Marion County. and; undertake to execute tbe law. This appeal is made in tho caracul hop that the,Jtajot Oeueral Comuiandiag 25 JL IO lag Machine. This machine is equal to the
Ft MsT j ""* ____.__: .-- can r Jy on the good ncutc amid correct judgment of sufeidard machines in every respect and Is sold V at the or v. JiHi V 'r* VWX3S$ in law tows.and shall endeavor Ca-bseptiw best assortment
Uppgtoths Courifruin the rrtum wf lbs wnt : ; the mans of the people, and that heiill not b compelled lo* rrlf C of $20. Address rpii E JOB ) ALSO -of table sad poeket-eaUorp--tms section.
4 14Ad1.1 tAMm NOTICE -. led to-resort to tbrex'itxt*of power with which he I NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO., 4 _L._O1C Li if, 8 L 'eU1LFRT: VSTATIOSZI2T Moping to meriUfa*eotitia e. .vaad oo aa4 patrons g

.i tuss*ez.citwd, xaMofBoers cU3t.WXh u instructed, and which_lao will 4uo l reluctanUy cw- jane 24 8m rittsburgb, Pa. of old customer and friends, respcctfotly tavito all ta
ts )iL kflM I. 4sd np" *Lois X tbluunrMvMrd/Urk Jds of the tlomity0n.tLaCaw1Ybtaahory ploy. JJtitJ,4mthIU1IiI14d4LY.I4 wake knuwv, that ..: V V ; j T." L. MoDOnaldijo come and took for themselves- -' &j 30 IjVV.
-" LU command will admit Ito 't.gIt n-'i c41lV .. : Vr V
under 1
twj: to c11 the. naL MI tar as the power SSWINO XACHDfBS, $ V V
M it)not permit the peace to broken,and that he will ; ;alit $ ; not
mt of 8 K Jt uu3edwii. Hotel IS\DV A .TARISIT OfOTSES ASTICl
belowt : w /< Property '
atGA ,t.Xr.bai Chorea of P* i>- i1atea* Out bo rtwtrained in tb eo&acieutaous discharge of his S SV *Cron
4 20,8. E.riaecot1nfng 80 jicres more 'I AU wJli4one4iithlbit rylr-pronilitry'"iin!> AU linds ot rtpsJring done*t short smiles and work
'1eTIod4. do aad Uefcnd ttassJa sOD, ship 13, wnpe totfenjcalUiu*tA ""laws made lien the present V { 'S.4Iq
sppe.r duty by AT
af rf04 Court, ttP,and 1. E.i( Of N; ) $jnd 8. W. of N. L. amsnalous condition of aJIUiravro neither antkijmateil t.isolmablerates.Vr.rt .' "- lm ,- s4f, vp.rrp.atd. JUUw oli stud at C. IX, Oak, Occ n RocUandtithe
oM r be pub- 7 f s can WKWifccwMiijociBarlewi.aiKl J*. W. for. ilON nCKLIXJ. ? 5foontIfliIIg1tIUWWIW1fl( W 1-4IsN ftWs far U>. e*ot tw wooUisin the oee. XT; ouviJtur MAWU (,UtatBAi iIsAbs JOHN'S RIVElt. MW-Qi1Jt -
p 21 ccuU>iilBSCS 2 Fwr.w4 LTW
(4 u H. uf.N ot***- 3i townsbiji range. onitantly hand .awl 1qje't.suit
? s( the Mftk Judletat Cioii4 IT C DUUM, PARTIES Blanks for tale at this C IiyV
r ..rmw.P.Pt J. IL GO WA4Zi4ltis) I(1 m fl5- or 'ssQEO.w'eOLL1t. A Distant Adjutant, Ucncral. For saly L. If. DEWEY A. (4I.V 'C itr.ea-Esi.tzu $tUI office AH ihooMtaTi thai. .- ;- RILAlLDQ4kAkAzD: ,
4. Bcal ELSW DrOktT shippers 11tr
.- '-kb JDdICI'I circuit, }la. drt.-74wi: Mtsttof4.iiia CL11d4. Oct. 18.4 1.47. 48 3w I -

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torricuL., .. uiennc; tuft'; andtU *aid eopftM r4>inint >4 It uL1thJIed stating whh"whom the said contract is tbn tenth.S thousand rti > vt UM flrt treaty hundred ot MarcH dolkr sIxth protWed, r1ffat far M l.hau-the 007 written
*, tifore aul fTi SUch cosit of the Unltea State, the mlt of twenty rear*, tot UN &&United Bate mall service, m&40Lni-ld the aptount and nature thereof. drdft4ixty-aM'wUlithBacs. }>ozu. and .w alto stat* from

E'UBIilC ACTS OF TUE FORTIETH. hall then proceed\ the name manner an if it bad ban at iettt the add MBber of eeoea first-claei atMmshtp SfC. ?. And be U'fortaer enacted, That the U expended by the S.er.tary of the Ia terior i* UM eon- tent, and U>.
bro Jght there by 01 lfiir.il piocees,and ail the provMo&a Leo.$. And to It further enaetod.That the rights and struction of a tott budge across UM Ore*** Kaaab* web pattern or
CONGRESS of iMid act In this*ccti B r,f# rrd to, mpvotia My bell, wivUMW fcetwith.cturts4 shAll Jut SAd remain to this supcriiitpnrJcniW the laid Columbia Institution river, may be applied to the purchase of own and afrt-
: atiNthment; injunctioaW or'othw' trainrng proecaa, MBpUTt taAt* |w wnal StaA this company transfer for the Deaf and Dumb.shall, at the commencement cultural Implements, and to forth, for the use of said Second. .
'. .. ,, ,u and respecting any bond of Indemnity or other obUgvttan et udn the rtxht* mad privilege herein granted, nor of every December session of Congress, Indians,ta compliance wlta their request. length, or one
glvrn the laming l or granting of attachment shall it M Uwtu for officer of the government here
tJXITXU STATES upon 800.4. Andba it farther enacted, That UM na of ThIrds
injunction or other restraining proftu. shall apply after to reccfcnUe any mlunmetrt or transfer, it being make a full and complete statement cf all the Un thorn****three kindred and fiftyndx dollar be, and
rAMID .r rEx /w? rAn SISIQ.t with like force and effect in all revpccU to aimilar the latent and meaning of this set to secure an American expenditures made by virtue of any appropriations the same is hereby appropriated oat of any mow y in Hirer anr article

matttrs, procel.*, 0? thhi inth.cults "forth" -removal line of steam vessel* for the transportation oLjnaUa by Congress. Said statement shall :inclnda the treasury net otherwise appropriated, enable the bo prohibited

art concerning the rights of A nrtcn citizen in -of xrhiw Hi art! pn 27>TWea.' twfentbe-peritif tad ta piopat oavqiace He Yortranlthc gf endgnat Eitr.pean tMSMrgm ports be- tho amount paid to said superintendent, Secretary of the Interior to defray the expenses of the country of
Cherokee to Diatrtet of Colombia
detejation Washington
state* ,
foreign above named; and Cbngre may at any time hereafter, and a'so for teachers, to whom paid, and the daring the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven: Fourth So
"VThcreailhe rlxlit of e l nation i* a natural oni inurieu during the period fifteen years, terminate or abandonsnycontractoftheUnl'dLatea for the chargeable on
p An A t to IIUtt1 the i light oi actual .LLer.: upon the mode with such company rate at which paid ; and all expenditures Provided, That said sum be refunded to the treasury
rigkl of Ml people, indispensable to the eitoy) > of the United HUU*out of that portion of the proceed mail, such
land of the United State Columbia for Women Lying-in
went of the rfehU of life, liberty, aad the pursuit ol public and, having a do* regard to the accrued rights of Hospital
of the sale of the Cherokee neutral land In Kansas
hpVlBC ; aad where In the recngnltion of this pnnrixv IV it cnscted by Uet Senate and Jlow of BepresfBtatlvMof UMMUtcompany. alter, repeal, or amend this act, and Asylum shall be under the direction of the Surgeon to Cherokee national applicable the customs.It .
the United'iSiat*$of Amta in CaocjnM U- ehallAake force .' and aftei Its purpoee is further
thiS government has freely svoMviid cmtrrnntF einbled. That in no cae auaO more baa thrM lectloa ft fteoija&dbeir -om General of the army, a full and accurate Sec. 9. And be it farther enacted, That UM Committee
from all nation*. and inrretM there with the right oteitizMthlp paqeago. Indian Auxin of the Senate and UM House Representatives carrier's charge (
ol public Lnnd* of the United Ute. he enUrod teeny 27 6S. account of all expenditures made by asylum en
and whereas It i July
Approved ,
; claimed that ndi American ,
shall examine the claim of the Choctaw
ctftasm, with UNdr descended, art ubject of formnsittea one township by second acrip iaucd to hundred any State and under sixty-two the act, out of appropriations by Cong.eand; all accounts and Chickasaw Indians for all matters of difference between rural districts )

,owing aUcgianee la tbe covernmrnt* thenof approved for the cotahlHhmcnt July ,of eighteen an agricultural collrgft therein. Aa Act relating to the Alexandria Canal. for all appropriations made by Csngress them and the government of the United States, whatever,

; aM wh.that reaittU this claim*eee ry tothe maintenance Approved, Ji.ly 27, 1W 8.An %Vberea* by aa act of Congrc on the 26th. day of for chant ible purpc- -. and for charitable instiutions and shall report the result of said examination to their provided, shall
puUttr prnne of foreign allegiance *hoad! Uay eighteen bondred and thirty the AleXandria in the District of Columbia shall be respective house at the next session of Congress. tens and other
be wotuydr and finally disavowed: There re
and authorized and sec. 6. And be It further enacted That the XeadociDO -
&j it enacted by the Senate and House f ll prn cntativw M.M Ct.1lgifl1tiu ports of mtrr from riymuutbf to Canal empowered Company to construct was incorporat-, operate, ,end maintain a canal audited by the First Auditor of the Treasury. Indian reservation in California be restored to the

t f th* Cnitrt State of America in Cones a<- Kdi-nton.tn ortl! Carolina, and Port lloynl to Beaufort from (foonretown. In the District of Colombia to Alex Jut nothing herein con' -in t shall take from ublM land or the United states, and UM Secretary o Any

aemblei. Tbat any declaration, Instruction,opinion or in Sooth Cnrolinn.1W andria, In the State of Virglnlr with an aqueductacro-s tho of the Interior jurisdiction ho he Interior shall muse the tame to be surveyed and well
dir or decision ol any officer of thU pjYcrtiment wbl h it enacted by the Senate and Ilonae of flepucecuta- the Potomac river, at Ocorge" ; and whereas by nu Secretary offered for sale in legal subdivision, at not lees than in
4enW.. restricts. Impair,or questions the right of expatriation tire of the United Htate* of America in Congress as- act of the general assembly of the State of Virginia pasted now has over the subject of charities and rhari- one dollar and twenty-Are cents per.exe: Provided, mating or !
ia berrfcy declared inconitcnt with the fuudamental ,emVlod, Tfctl the port of entry in the Albenutrle out- on the sixteenth day of February eighteen hundred able institutions in the District of Columbia. That any improvement of the United Stales on said reservation which these
pcindr-lc*of this government.Hoc. lection district be removed from Plymouth to l dem a thall be the and receiver
advltty-cix the board pubbc work was authorized appraised by register tively serve as
2. And be it farther enacted, That ell naturalUdlUane North Carolina, and al.o that Bmulortin .South Cern to unite with the corporate authorities of the city of Approved, July 27, 1863. ofthe land office of the district, and be paid for by the sion of such
ol liw United State, wbileia 1ugn fclatr* .Ina, U-create I In port of entry in lu u of PortKoyal Alexandria in making disposition of the Alexandria purchaser of the land on which they are located: Provided -
Kail be entitled to, and ball receive from thl eovern- which abolUlted a entry. further Tliat all made ment shall
is heieby port
aaaal. In order to repair and make said canal available: any
Theft, be Mme protection of penou and projx-rty that Approved July 27, 1868. )'! In An act making appropriations for certain ixeiutm- expense x-rsons on said reservation before the passage of this which it
and where4tatd board of public work < ,, peru- may
of the fifcnl ending
11 acoordrj to rmtivt-1 orn citizens in like ntuatlonst and the government for year .
.hall be the sole the
ct of
with said property person making
anc* of said anthorlry.so unite corporate an- Juno thirtieth and Each
hundred sixtjtiinc.Be
An act "nt of an act entitled An net to erlablialiH tboritle and did by their joint vote, ant< vote of the eighteen twin, who shall have priority of purchase of six hen-
See. X And t* it further masted, That uhrnevc r it i in ainen..m it enacted by the Senate and House of Uepre enta- for the safe
red und of and said
forty acres adjoining
the bxnkruptcy throughout the United States, majority of the stockholder of raid canal connmnv, of the United Amciicaln tVn reM as- covering
hall \ made known to 1'ro.Uent that cit iren lives States of
_ nuy and all chill be cold dia- the of
hundred and sad direct UMI and diicctor of saLtcunaIeompanytekasethe.sideanlforithc niprovemcnte, said lands ana recovery
approved Mnrch second eighteen aixtyn president iniicI'thereof
.f the United Mutt* has Ux n nnJu>Uy JcpiiTod of las | empower embled. That the following sum, or so of for
hborty l>y or under the authority of any fjivi uvnaMicnt n \ period of as may bo necessary, be, and the same arc hereby, upiropnatcd posed money only.ISOS. but is not
,it *' all be the duty of the President forthwith to Be it fiiictcd by the Bcntteand Hovao of Reyrconta- ninety-nine yean; aid whereas the said president and for the objects hereinafter expressed, for the Approved, July 27, < any such
Arnuuhl of that govrrnineol the reason* for such imprisonment liveN (the L'uittsl Slates of America In Congress a- directors, in pursuance of said authority, did, on the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred ani -
and if it nppnan to be wrongful and in mble.l, That the provisions of econd clanae of the sixteenth day of May, eighteen hundred and sixty-3ix, sixty-nine, viz:
tiolaMotiof the right* of Arnmcan citizeu 1ilp the thirty-third aectlon ot raid act shall not apply to the grant, leaseund convey the said canal, Its aqueduct, That there be appropi l/itcd, out of any money in the Registered
lYwid-nt nhall forthwith demand the release of such cawi of proceeding in bankrurftky commenced pnor locks, baaks, hinds, gates, and property of all description treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of twenty to the
rjtiacn. and tf tlie release Jo demanded is unrr.woiinblydcUyed to the first dsT January, eighteen hundred and nxty to Henry U. Wens, Phillip Quigley, and William thousand two hundred dollars, for the employment of postage,
or refused, it shall be the duty of the riradentt nino. rind the time during which tbo operation of the W. Dnngan, the fc.-antees therein named ; and whereas temporary clerks in the Indian bureau, to be employed WON VE NT ION not exceeding
o** sucb moan, not amounting to nets of war, as hemtvthtnk prvviuon of snid clauwi la postponed shall be extended afterward, and by an act passed by the general asiHmb'yof at the following rates: one clerk ar sixteen hundred dol- and not
_ necessary and proper to obtain or effectuate until raid firi't day of Ja.nu.iry, eighteen hundred and the Biat of Virginia, on the seventeenth day of hare per annum; sir clerks, at fourteen hundred dollars North German '
*ucti nHrti**, and all the facts and proceeding* relative! fcixty-ninc. And said clause is hereby so amended M to April, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, the said lease each per annum ; seven clerks, at twelve hundred dol.lere AGREED VWN
road lolloirc In nil proceeding in bankruptcy comnicncod satined anl affirmed, and the lessees were further of the United prepaid. i.
thereto ahall at moon M practicable be coininunk-itcd an : was each per annum ; and two female copyUU, at nine Between the 1'ost Departments ways
by the President to Concrem.Approved. after the first duy ofJnuary, eighteen hundred authorized and empowered to build, operate, and maintain luridroil each per annum ; and the sum ot ten thonaand States of America and of tho North German
_ July 27, lb6S.An and Ttj-riue, no discharge shall he granted to a debtor a new aqueduct, and in conjunction therewith a dollars fir the employment of temporary clerks the Accounts
_ whoic LBKCta *hull not he equal to fifty per centum of the railroad and a road bridge across mid piers, and build, State Department; the said clerks to to employed 1 In Union for the amelioration of tho Postal 1
claims proved against Mi estate upon which he shall be operate, and maintain a railroad from Georgetown to wild State Department shall receive a compensation of Service between the two countries. ulated on the
act to ectahllih a new load d'tnut ia the Suio ofBe liable as the mrindpal debtor, units. uhS assent In vrl- Alexandria; end whereas the laid lessees have entered twelve hundnd dollar c-achje annum; and the sum ABTIUE I. amount of
ebrk i. ting ofa nijorit- nuniberand aiue of hMcreditcsato Into poecsMkm of and repaired the s iid canol, and have of nine tbounoud dollars, or so much thereof is necessary by each office
lions he BIII11! have become liable am principal debtor, erected the said Potomac river There shall bo an exchange of correspondence
a new aqueduct across the office
It enacted by the Senate and house of lU'i>rcfknitlrc is aleo appropriated to pay salary, cx-
_ ofth United states of Amerli-a l in Conmuui usaemhltit and who shall have proved their claim, to be filed In upon the said piers connecting the Chesapeake and pennc and clerk-hire of the surveyor general of Utah between the United States of America and the amount of
Tliat all that portion of the Omaha, ixnd UINtrlet the CAM at or before the time of the bearing cf the appllontion Ohio canal wljh said Alexandria canal ; Therefore, Territory, In accordance with provisions of act of July North Gorman Union, by moan of their respective other
iu the stat of Xol.raska Included within the following for discliarve. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Kepixwntative sixteenth, eighteen hundred and slityclgl.t.Sec. and this despatching
Bi-c.2, And bi it further cnact<-l. That said act icfurtber *of the United Htatcs of America in Congress assembled. post departments ; correspond-
Itmita,to wit : On the cant by tho lino dividing 2. And be it further enacted, That there be appropriated at the
Amended am fullorn. Ihu phase Trcecntoil or That the said aqueduct across the Potomac shall embrace quired,
r&nrnsmxsnd.eenca4t ; on the north hy the line out of any money in the treasury not otherwise once
dmlrwmnc township twenty and twenty-one north : on t he.oiith dclL&dcd" ia the fourteenth section of aaid act shall read .liver from Georgetown to the Virginia shore, and so sppropilated, the sum of fi\e thousand dollars, to I at. Ixjttera ordinary and registered.2d. termediate
by the south bank oftbe liatto TiTer ; iind t, tl; 'prosecuted or defended;" the phrase 'ncmreildettdcbtor" connecting the said canals, 1* hereby declared to be a bn expended, under the direction of the Commissioner prints of ill frontiers, and
in line five, section twenty-two, of the act a* lawful structure in its present position and elevation, Newspapers book-packet,
I. w lI3 the p4 boundary ofilie t&tP, hal COZIlitUteU of Public Buildings and Grounds, fur the purpose ot
additional Und dUrtct, to be called the 4Unind I- printed in the Statute at Large, .-hall rend 4non-rei- anything in any law or laws of the United States, or ol uildlnsnn arched roadway over Tiber creek, on North kinds, (comprising maps, plans, cngravngs: shall be
laud" dUtrict, the location of the office f aunifuated by the IVendclit of the United .Statm, hut lieu of the thirty-ninth section of fbi net ball read Bcc. 2. And be It further enacted That the said les- Office: Provided, (That) the city WoxlilnRlon will other like of mechanical The two
and shall by him, from time to time, lie rtungod u* llu Mad;"-that the phrase ecUon thirteen"in the fortyeconJ "- sees their associatca, their befn, and assigns, arc here appropriate sufficient additional amount to complete ILieC. productions procuBasheets and
public Interest may cern Ui rvquln81 -. .action of said act shall read "nectlon eleven ; by authorized and empowered to maintain and operate 3. And be it further enacted That the Secretary of music, &c.,) and patterns or samp C3 c. And be It further enacted, TJut the FroUci und the phnwe "or spends any part thereof gaming" said aqw duct, and to erect, build operate, and main of the Treasury u hereby authorized and directed to merchandise, including grains and seeds. ments in force
be&nd 1*hereby authf-rizod to i>p.-inl. by and with tindrice in the forty-fourth section of mid act "shall read "or tale across the Potomac river from Georgetown. In the pay, out of any money m the treasury not otherwise And such correspondence be exchanged which tho two
- and oonwnt of the tk-nntc, n reciUr and a it>- t-lrill Fjvnd any pan thereof in gaming ; an 1 that the District Columbia, to the Virginia shore, upon and appropriated, to Henry U. Ste. Marie, the sum of Un may in mails
oMTer for aald Und district, who hnll bo required to rc- *ord< with the senior register, or" and the phrase **tol over the stone piers upon which the aqueduct now thousand dollars for services and information in the ai- whether originating in cither of said countries open
aid. at the ate of their o&Ice, Juno the IUIID i-cwci. l i.e dt-hvcre-i to the register" in the forty-. venth acotion rests, in conjunction therewith a bridge of wood, iron, rest of John II. uiratt, iu the kingdom of Italy, and destined for tho other, or originating in or or destined to
TdCpoDMbiUuec,and eraolumrnts and be rul>jcct to the of Miid act be stricken out. or stone with one or more way for the paM.ige of person charged with the crimes of conspiracy end murder, and destined for foreign countries to which these they may
which 1-e tl 3uc.i.: And be it luithcr enacted, That registers iiibtir4.pt3 *, animals, and vehicles, and also with one or morutracks
ame acti and penalties arc or may prmcriho< the joint resolution for the relief of Henry B. Ste. Mane, It is always
)y law in relation to other land offlcere In mid dtate.6iC. shall lure power to administer oaths in all or wsys for the passage of engines and cars with &ppro'rd July twentieth, eighteen hundred nx..l l sixty- may pectivrly servo as intermediaries.
3. And be it further enacted. That the rrvr.i Jc-n t1i C I$15 and iu relation to all matters in which oath maybe such other convenience a*arc useful or necessary for a eight, be, and the same i* herel-y, icpvalrd. ARTICLE II. correspondence
- liereby authorized to cause ths public Ixndi in eaid administered by commif*:oner* of the circuit court railroad.SEC. Approved, July :!7, toGs. The offices fur tho exchange of mails shall rate
district wIth thd exception of cuch aa may have burn or of tin- United States, and such commissioner may take S. And be It further enacted. That it shall be
may be raaejTed for other purpose to cz}>oscd to sale proof of debts in bankruptcy In fU one?, abject to the lawful for the aaid lessees, their associates and successors An act relating to pi-n>iou5. bo- spondence,
in the same manner and upon the wime terms and condilioni revision of SUCh proofs by the register and Hy the court to layout, construct, maintain, and operate a rail lie it enacted by the Senate and house of Uepri>>entative (a) on the pntt of the United Slates : foreign
a* other public lands of the United State : I'ro- uccordlujc to the provision of*iid act. road across said bndgo from Georgetown, in the District of the United State of America in Congress RSembled 1st. New York. tenor service.
Tided, That all Milea and l.matlont made at the cifloe of : %pproved. July 27, i8. of Columbia, to the Virginia shore und there to That the law granting pensions to the herein But tho
the old district of land* situated within the limits of the connect with said railroadBale. after-mentioned dependent relative of deceased persons 2d. Boston.3d. .
new dliitrkt which hall be \alid and right in other respects I An H'-t to transfer to Uic DcpnHaent ol tbelnt.rior eer- .'4 '.ABd be it farther enacted, That as soon as the leaving neither widow nor child entitled to pensions under Portland. right to fix a

,up to the day on which the new office bhall go into i lain ]>owerN and ditties nowexerciacd bv the Socretaiy chief engineer of the army shall certify to the Secretary existing law s, shall be so construed a* to give precedence 4th. Detroit. shall only
operation be. and the Mime are hereby, confirmed. I of thu Trravury In connection with nuiiu affairs. of War that the maid bridge i* so far completed an to tie to such relative in the following order, namely frosn the
Approved, July 27, ZM*i Be it ctuctod by the Senate and House of Repretentnlivei ready, fit, and convenient for the passage of iicnons, First, mother : secondly, fathers ; thirdly, orphan Chicago.
of the United /States of America in Omgross **- animals, and vehicles, the said lessees, their successor, brothers and elders under sixteen years of age, who html (b) on the part ut the North German unless the
Beinblod, That the >owcru and duties devolving and their legal representative, may demand, have, and rule in behalf
i upon be pensioned jointly if th-re be more than one: Proridco. Union :
An act to ra ulatt tho w3 of hay. in the District ol Columbia. the tiocretaiy of the Trcaauiy, undtur and by virtu of receive, in advance, the following tolls,to wit; 'or any That, if, in any case, the said persons tlmll have 1st. Aachen (Aix la Chapollc.} through them
the fourth region of the act entitled ".tn act making foot passenger crossing on rail bridge, two cents; for left both lather and mother who were dependent ,
_ U. it enacted l>y the Senate and house of IlcprccntaUvca sliFiol.riatObS for the current and contingent expenses any horse, mule, or Jack, any ox, or other horned cattle, them, then on the death of the mother the father upon shall 2d. Bremen.3d. .
of the United Stte, of America in Congress asacmhlod. of the ladian department, and for fulfilling tzeaty slipujiitioi five cent: for any vehicle diawu by one annlmal, flf. become entitled to a pension commencing from and Hamburg. Each office
_ That sill hay and tlraw, which may be sold by with the various Indian tribes fur the year end. tern cent; drawn by two animals, twenty-lire cents; utter the death of the mother : and upon tliu death of at time transit of the (
The two departments
weight In the DUtnct of Columbia, thall be bold by the post may any
ing June thirtieth.eighteen hundred and forty-nine,aid drawn by four animals thirty-five cents, but no extra the mother and father the dependent brother and filters direction
tiet hundred, and e\cry twenty hundred pound* netweilrt for other iwrpoeM," approved July twenty-ninth, eighteen charge stall be made for the driver of such vehicle ; for under sixteen j eart of age shall jointly Income en discontinue either of said offices of exchange or ,
- ahaU be a ton. hundred and forty-ilrht, and the power end iu- any hog, sli.-ep, or other lire creature, one cent ; which tilled to such pension until they attain the age of MIX establish others by mutual consent. to which the
?;ec. 2. And IN it farther enacted, That tl\e\ a t tballtckt certificate shall be published for three weeks in two
dc\ohin him its usual
tie upon under and by virtue of the teen yean, respectively, commencing from ami after by
effect from and after it* passage. law relating to the Vestment of the moneys in behalf daily paper in the city of Washington, at the expense the death of the party who, preceding them, would have then on sea
_ Approved,July :7, ISai.i nf ihe Cherokee Indians, from the sale of land under of the Company Provided however, That it shall be been entitled to the same : And provided further, Th.iuo AUTICLK III
the treaties concluded at Pontotoc, October twentieth, lawful for aald lessees to commute those rates to perbon pension heretofoiu awarded shall bv affected by anything shall be
i An vot to iiKorjiorute the Kvonitnj ..vniCoinjinnr. Newei.i14r eighteen hundred and thirty-two, and at Washington requiring yearly passes ; which said -ate*, or other lower herein contained Each office sliall make its own arrangements privilege is
- of W8llsetLln. city, May twtnty-fourth, eighteen hundred and thirty- rate to be by them prescribed from time to time, Sec. 2. And be it further cn tcte
_ B-i it i-nautvd >ri-. cntatlretofthe tour, ait nlso all other supervisory and appellate power the said lessee may demand In advance, or may sue shall be entitled to a pension by reason of wound* received regular lines of communication and shall The
Umtivl SUUol America in tAinuro arnemb1ed. >- anti dutic* in regard to Indian affairs, which may now for, hare, and receive, of and from any person who shall or disease contracted in the service of the Uui by ; postal
That Cro.>bv S. Xoyes, Clarence I). H.iLcr. by law be vested in the said Secretary of thu Troaeury.hnll pas over said bridge, or who shall semi, ride, or drive ted States, sulwcquently to the jMisMgc of thi4 net, tin- at its own cost pay the expense of such inter shall be
AleikixUr IL JTltenherd. (icar\cti\ W.Atlanni,and SnratiulII. ( from and after the passage of this act be exercised any animal or vehicle over the said bridge without first lcs the person who was wounded or contracted 'h-K-M-w mediate transportation. verified as
ttuJ thrif and performed by the Secretary of the Department of paying Mid fOUL And any person who hail attempt lathe line of and if the MTUI-I
K&uifman, sioc4.iU and ucsruru was duty; in military The two offices however mutually ance found
licr'y! creati l and d'S.lan-d a body oorpoiate and puliticT the Interior.fioc. to injure said bridge, or to puss over the same, or to was at the time actually in the ItoM or on the march, oat agree
2. An-I l it farther That the his animal over it, without first paying the toll that, in making contracts for the despatch of lice either by
the Name and rtyle of the Evening Htnr ew pnj>cr e enacted Secretary pas sonic post, fort, or garri oii ; and if in till- naval w r- ,
ColnNIn), of \V clnn '.on, Sor the purponu of carrying of the Interior shall cause a new roll or census to be prescribed herein, or shall attempt to force said bridge, vice wan at the tune borne on the books offomci-hip,or mails from American ports, or from European debtor office,
on tin; l-udino'S of printing and pubii-hing at the city of uiftdeol the North Carolina or Eastern Cherokee*, shall le deemed guilty oft misdemeanor, aud be *ubJ other vessel of tho United States, at sea or in Imrlior, those steamers and lines should always The rate for
Watliinirton, in the IMxlnct ot Columbia, mid shalL andmay which -hull be the roll upon which aymtntj due said .ct to a fine of not lei than five dollar nor more than actually in commission, or wa on hid way, >by direction ports
hate perprtunl audverion, and be crapowrc in Indi in* shall lie made. ten dollars for each offence, to be recovered in any court of competent authority, to the United States, or tu oiue be employed, so far as consistent with the rates the two
Uw'to contract and lie contract with, to ue and I* St-c. S. And be it further enacted, That hereafter the having jurisdiction ot mUr' iueanors in the District of other teasel or naval station. of postage, by which the mails despatched shall agreement

iie'l.l i>lcad and be impleaded, anKvcraiid be answer.*!, Soi-retaryof the Interior tliall cau>e the CommiSKionerof Columbia: Provided, however That a conviction for Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That ao rnu h ,! the earliest arrive at their destination ; and when
dcfen and be dcfundud In a& courts of law And equity, Indiun Attain to take the same cupenikor charge such demeanor shall not In any wiv be a bar to any; arts approved April sixth, eiuhtwu hun and elrfolwhere, to make and use a common xeal, uud of the Eastern or Korth Carolina Cherokee a* of other soil brought to recover daiuAges fur an injury to KIK: eight, and August twenty-third, eighteen butidn ar.d the speed ia substantially the same, that the When in

I to change, alter,or renew the paine at their pleasure to tribe of Indians bridge: Provided, however That said bridge in open forty-two, as requires thai pensions rvmlinxn4 uncl.ilmtd most favorable pecuniary conditions should be mail is
I hdopt by-laws, IMOC certificates of clock, and generally Approved, July 27, 1808. and free for the patoajcc of troop and munitions of wa for fourteen mouths after the same have become preferred. It is also agreed that the cost of international without any 4
I to 4o aid perform all thing relative to the objects of by the United State without charge or compensalKof due, shall be adjusted at the office of the Tlur ocean and territorial transit of the where tho
their corporation, 'Which i* now and ahull tx lawful for any kind. Auditor, is lurcby rePealed ; and the failure of any pensioner -
I- any individual or body politic or corporate to do. An act to provide fur an American line of mail and emigrant 810.5. And be It further enacted. That in cam the to claim bin or her jx-nsion for A ]period ot three closed mails between the respective frontiers not be subject if"C
tec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the affair* of passenger steamships between New York and said bridge shall not be fully completed within five}-car* years after the same shall have bc-cutnc due, shall be.Ueeme shall bo first defrayed by that ono of the two against the
aid company hall be managed by a board of director one or more European ports. from the passage of thi* act, then this au shall be null < a presullijitivo evidence that biuli jieiisiou lIne departments which shall have obtained from the
coiMdxtiug of not le-. than lire member or stockholder lie it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives and void. legally terminated by rcaso i of the j'e1iii.iler's dt atfcremarrwife ,
*,three of whom fchall constitute a quorum: and the of the United States of America in Congress assembled 8rr. 6. And be it further enacted, That said company ruco\ery from dis.ibil y. r otherwise, and intermediaries the most favorable pecuniary Official
fitem thereof shall consist of aprraidrnt, %i&ie.Ibtcbi- That thu Postmaster General I* empowered shall not grant to any railroad or other corporation the the pensioner's name shall IK stri'.,( n from the rolls, terms for such conveyance ; and any amount so office to the
dcnt, Mirretarj', and treasurer. ho, with such other and here by authorized to contract with the Commercial exclusive light to transfer passengers or trti ht over subject to the right of restoration to vhe name on a new advanced by one for account of the other shall accounts
tockholdervai may be added by the board, 4iall constitute Navigation Company of the State of New York, a oorporalion said railroad bridge, but any pnvelege granted to on application, with evii. .ce Kitnttctorily ccountirg for any
I an executive cuinnilttw, which maj-, when the txUting under the laws of the .S'Uteof New corporation shall be extended to all *ho may make the failure to claim such jKTi iou.Sc. be promptly re-imbursed.
I txMrd of dirertort arc nut in mssjiun, excrdiw all the York under a special chirter panned by the legislature application for inch pnveU-gc on equal terms; tiid i. And bo it furthcr enacted Th.it i if AKTICLB IV.
?*rcnidled in the comjiany, (except a* may be ot titrune of salt State under the date of April twen'y-three, eigh- ball not sell, transfer, or leas their corporate iljfht- Letters
prorlded by the board of director* in the by-lav of ', n l.Linlred and tixtv-xix, for the weekly or semi- to any company that will not check baggage or commute any oOiror, soldier, seaman, enlisted man haa Tbe standard weight for the single rate of or not
the mmpany,) and a nuijontyof the same >liall conaU weekly conveyance of all Euroitean and foreign malls of fare with all railroads north or south. lied eiiu-o the fourth day of March, eighteen international postage and rule of progression rctur"cd to
tute a quorum. the United States between 5>*ew Yoik and Bremen, $ac. 7. And be it further enacted, That tho right Ls hundred and sixty-one Bv.all hereafter die ,
$ec. $. And be it further enacted, That the capilalatock touching at Southampton,England,or Liverpool,touching hereby reserved to Congress to amend, alter, or repeal or shall bo1st if au j ex
of the eompany hall not bu IOM than one hundred at ( ueviii>townin fira-eUs sea-, oing teamibipa.to this aet. caving a widow entitled to a {tension, and a For letters, 15 grammes.Jd. spon aenc of
thoumn4 dollar, nor more than two hundred tbouoand be conMructed ia the United Hiates end owned by said Approved, July M, 1868. child or children under sixteen years of ago by For all other correspondence mentioned shall
dollars, in .hare of one thousand dollars eaUi; and company, for a term not exceeding fifteen years, in the former wife each of said children shall bo cause,
a entitled in two of the first article that which
paragraph All other
every .tocLholdershnll i.e entit 1 to one vote ut the mnnner and on the oonditioui hereinafter stated. ,
clenjons of theoompnnT for every shnrc therein by him hec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said navigation An Columbia Act making Institution appropriation for the Instruction for the service of the of lien the to receive two dollars per im.nth, to commence the despatching office shall adopt for the mails livered shall

nr bet owned; and a plurality of vote* ra.t at any eli-c- company fhall, with a purpose performing the and Dumb, and establiahirg additional regulation from the doal-h of their father and continue which it despatches to the other, adapted to the ceiving office.

lion shall eioct..Vc. above wrvioe, build, contract, and fit out Within$ one for the government of the institution, and for other until they severally attain the age of sixteen convenience and habits of iU interior administration. returned
4. And be it farther enacted, That ill- company j ear from the passage of this net, at least seven ftrst- ence
.bI1 haw p wrr to told real estate suit.iWc and Jiroju-r Case M-a-going sUaon-ships,live of which shall not be of purposes.Be years, to bo paid to the guardian of such But each office shall give notice to the against the

for the conduct ut it* hu .iiKs: and the directors ihtreo! jells than three thousand ton each, govei nment meaaurrmLnt it enacted by the Senate and House of ItcprcscnUUve child or children for their use and bent-tit : other of the standard weight it adopts, and of charged from
ehall have power to declare such diiJcudi' (If the j.i outs and two others of not les than two thousand of the United State ot America in Congress assembled L'rovidod, however, That in all ca* s Lore thereof.
wf the company a* they niydeem projxT.Nt.e. ton ra .V And tie it further enacted, flint the l-li1ck. the IK ot manner, under the supervision and inspection hereby, appropriated, out of any money In the treasury such widow is charged with the care, custody, Tho rule of progression shall always bo an In view of
holder* in said company khall Ui individually luMf forth I of the American Uo\d, or, ordered by the Posonas- not otherwise appropriated, for the benefit of the Columbia and maintenance of such child or ihiUrtr, the additional single rate fur each additional standard
>y tlirm rmpi-ciively, at it* par v.uuo. I (Lilt eiwliiwr, to be detailed for this purpose t-y the tjoo- Dumb: gee of postal
$4.1:. ft. And be It further nacU'd, Tli: t Ctnixn1 niiyat ctary nf the Xavy, upon a written application of the For the support of the iuatitutioj, in addition to the aid children shall bo paid to her for and during stated by the despatching office shall always be embraced in

any time alter, ainmd, or n oke th sail oqiur4JirovedI Postmai General, so that hen completed each ve.- existing appropriation to meet the increased expense of the time she is, or may havo: boon, s-i charged accepted except in case of manifest mistake.It .

It'.n. eel ihall be of the first class in cver respect, and with maintaining pupil whose admission wan authorized by with tho care, custody, and maintenance of is however understood that so long as the ther agreed
_% July 27, iblilt. nil known modern Improvements In model, machinery, aa act of Congress, approved March second, eighteen tion shall bo
such child or subject to the same conditions G office the loth its standard
and outfit, so a* to secure the greatest possible speed hundred and sixty-seven, three thousand dollars. eim .n employs as them
and safety; which steamship, when BO constructed, For continuing the work upon buildings of the institution provisions, and limitations as if they for the single weight of letters which it despatches ,
All *<-t to authonzti thC city of \Vd>lnii tuii to I'-MHUittd shall be organized into and compose the United Stales m accordance with the plan heretofore submitted wore her own children by her said! deceased it shall also be accepted by the United thr-ir desire to
for Ui of pacing the fl-jatiru. dilit of
purpose thereof shall
mail ntenranhfp line for the proper conveyance of mail to Congress, forty-eight thousand dollars.Bio. husband.
thcit>. and paMC-ogem, a* hereinafter provided ; the time of 2. And be it further enacted, That in addition States office as the equivalent of 15 grammes, States Post
lie it enacted by th' Pcnst and IIou.c of ltepixotiU- Kilhuc, cui'l all other detail, to 1-c arranged and agreed to the directors whose appointment has heretofore been Sec. 5. And Itc it furthoi enacted. That in all in respect to the mails which it receives from the
tlv<*(It UH Uulurd buu: of America in Congress a'- upon between the said company and the Postmaster provided for by law, there shall be three other director.ppotntid cases where un increased pension has been or Germanofficov
em1>id.. That the city of Washington be, and hereby General, with power to modiiy such from In the khowlng manner: One senator by the
I <4. anthnrixed to i* ue, by vote of Us council*, iegistercJ time to time aa may best promote the agreements object) in,view : l1jesi'knt of the senate, and two representatives by the may hereafter bo granted to any widow or AimcLE 'V. The two

I or ooupoa bond in denomination filty dollars, one Provided, That no letters or mail matter shall to detained Sneaker of the Ilouse; these director to hold their guardian of the children under sixteen years of Tho singlo rate of on the direct correspondence tablish
hundred dollar*, five hundred dollar,and one thousand for the puntose of being sent >>y this line : And omccs for the term of a single Congress, and to be cligibi ago of a deceased soldier or sailor undor'an act poptago articles into ;
lolmrs ten from the ] between the two administrations
payable in yean date of iMne, U-ar- exchanged
further That to a reappointment.
provided the average rate of speed of the entitled "An act increasing tho pensions of such
ing Interval at the rate of fix per centum pet annum steamship of the Mid navigation company shall not be Sac. 3. And be it further enacted That no |mart ut shall heM follows :
-I (tax-able seml-umuAllr--principal and interest in lawf lets than that ol the btcamrhip of other mum upon the the real or personal property now held or hereafter to widows, and for other purposes, approved July 1st. On letters from the United States via direct time, as the
lAkiuo-y| of the United .VUtt .Vaid bond. shill beeifD4.4 sMtne or similar Mutes, and if for the space of three be acquired by said InstitutIon shall be devoted to twenty-fifth eighteen hundred and bixty-six, or quire.
ty the mayoaD4i wuntcs-sign.d by the t'egiitei mouths the trips successively of theitvamsbipa und any other purpose than the education of the deaf and act such widow line of steamers to Hamburg and Bremen,
1 of the -y.sed shall be payable &t such pLaceor jitaee as company ehall be made In louver time than that employed dumb, nor hal! any portion of the real estate be aliened any subsequent or the guardian (conditioned that the sea rate in each case shall :
4 ,nay by them hi' deemed expedient, and sn&y be isueui by other uteamthlp aa aforesaid, then any contijicl sold,or conveyed, except under the authority of a of such children, shall not be deprived of not exceed five cenla for single letter rate and
; nn< dsi.pui.ed ofto From the
i an amount eufficirnt to pay anddii> made under provisions of thu act shall cease special act of Congress.Sac. such increase by reason of any child children
dilute the prawut floating debt of the city, not, howrrr and determine at the pleasure of the government of the 4. And be It furthoi enacted That so much of of such deceased soldier or sailor being the inmate ten cents per kilogram for other correspondence feet, all
to vxcoed the cum of eight hundred thousand dol- United KUtoo.See. the act of February sixteenth, eighteen hundred and ,) ten cents. flees and !
Urs!11.1111:than I'loxlded their, That value said bond shall not be sold ft.r 3. And be it further enacted That the compen- fifty-seven, a* allows the payment of one hundred and of any homo, orphan's asylum or other 2d. On letters from tho North German Union
in lawful and
par money of the Umu nation for and the mall fifty dollars per annum for the maintenance and tuition public or private charitable institution one part,
carrying transporting by sea,as organized
.Sut la said direct line to condition
M r exchange for aid malondaud via (subject same )
liuuidntea1iiJi of each pupil admitted ordet of the also of
herein by of the
blcdnes: lYovlded aUo, That provided, shaH be agreed upon, and shall be in Secretary for the care and education of soldiers'
uo greater amount conformity ith the act of Congress, approved Juno Interior,be, and the same I* hereby, repealed, four silber groschcn. for the
M KkU bond shell tie dUpoed of than under the laws of of the States in copt
may bo found SBC. i. And bo it further enacted That phans any or
ill for the of Btid fourteen, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, and shall in the numt'cr 3d. On letters from the United States via
) rvtmty. 2. And hott payment further enacted ind That btvdu *K.five. no event or contingency exceed the sum therein provided of student iu the uullegiat liepartmtnl from the several any school or institution where such orphan fifteen cents. have
it thai! be the being all letter all State,M authorized by the act of March second in whole in England, This
a&4 be
:W duty of tlie city o mitui! uauiug the bonds postage on newspapers, may or part maintained or educated -
upoa here
wilt 4th. On letters from the North German Union
other matter transported by or in the mails earned by eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, shalL Iw increased take effect
_ nutiwinced to the of
prm-lde by taxation fur the at a State of the .
expense or public.Sec.
pnyb in number.
said from ten to
shall six silber
navigation company, belong to said naviga- via England, groschen.
I. >nit>if tbelntertwt tbcrcun next and
dti 1dkis ofthe isM bonds ;by aliotoproi'iie establishing bribe re- lion company quarterly, or applied to their own use orxnetlt bi.c. S. And be it further enacted That the f.ellowij< 0. And bo it further enacted, That all 5th. Of the international letter postage via ary ,
fund tu be twt apart anauaJly to a inking MS hereinafter provided : Provided, That when sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, for I pensions which bate been granted in con oqucnco celled by
an amount nut cxcvuding letter
England the ocean single rate shall not
the receipt* of said navigation company from sea poUKIC the purpose hereinafter exfrcttcd. for the fiscal year of death disease ono year
ten per rwntum ot the amount of bonds i ieuciI nald occurring or contracted
Inking fund to be rrt*t.d from rrguhtr lazes lo\ud, under any contract to be mada in pursuance of ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty- exceed eight cents, nor shall the English and have given
for wounds received since the fourth of
nine. or day
hits act, shall equal exoued the sum of four hundred
letter transit
That p rioM, and to be asceeti and oollecU-d iu. (.thor Belgian single rates exceed one terminate itExecuted .
tazl.eec.. llKnuuid dollars per annum,then the right of aaid eontpauy COTKKMKNT HOSPITAL FOIL THE 1NSVXEIN THKUIBTKICT March, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, or may cent each.
3. And bt it fnrtlier tiacfed to receive toe Inland poUge shall cease and dctenulnu hereafter be granted shall from
That Hie wild city commence tho
ouneiU ai arc hereby*uthonied to mid all ordinstner day
POM any discharge or fr m the death of the
postattu: Provided. That such postage shall not exceed person on
which be ne e to into flVot tbo other regular line of steam communication, acceptable
aay ary carry i For the deed and
hund> d thousand support clothing medical and
six t dollars per annum, after the moral whoso account the pension has been or shall
*eIMOB* act, and all act or of acts Incon-
% part to the two offices be employed directly -
dii-continnanc of said .
Inland may
fKMtafre.Hoc. treatment of the insane of the and [SEAL.]
Wtth IhU army hereafter bo Provided
'.iiutsai act ar*herein- l laJrd.. navy granted : That the application -
LAud be It furUu-r enacted, Thai toim>ure theconatnictionofthe between port of the United Stated
A pr- .v Laly 27. 1868. >mentioned vessels within the and revenue-cutter service, and of the indigent for such pension has boon or shall
of the north of at such
time nui ia the menses bemubefore provided, sad the insane of the District of Columbia in the government hereafter bo, filed with the Commissioner of and any port Europe [SEAL] ; L
malnu-nauoe of the said line the mid rates that the entire cost of transportation between Director (
Commercial Jffavixntion hotpital for the insane
Amt tgamrnd ctlonoa. c"An act to pit-vent and Oompany -may tune honda to such an amount including five Tensions within five years after the right thereto the two frontiers shall not exceed for

pntak fraud* upom thi rwre&ne, and for other purpos.h" that the i-ntue annual interest theroon Khali net exceed hundred dollars fur books, stationer-, and incidental shall have accrued ; except that applications each letter rate five cent and for each
March third single ,
approroJ ,eighteen hundred and Ue um ot t wq banUrrd and fifty thousand ollara, such expense ninety thousand five hundred by or in behalf of insane persons au'l l children
icty-flUM. bonds to be made payable at the expiration tt the be dollars. : kilogram of other correspondence ten cents,
Ito ft*nacUd the Benat uid Home of .j. under sixteen of bo tiled after
by KepreacntatiVMvf fore-named yean ago may of letter :
fiilecti yesrs,and tbe Interest thereof to be that case the international single rate
the United State of America ia CongrcM aarmbUI. *- WHd j payable m-uinaaUy.Hba prtttolpal and interest For finishing, furnishing, lighting, ant heating the expiration of the said rive years, if previously such line shall be reduced to ten
That the act e Utled An act to a4pamfeh the unfurnished postage by
prevent OlMicbbaa ituHita panUoia com of the UnhidStJit part of the east wing.of the thereto they were without guardians or other
bsmd* upon UMrereaue, to provid for ni itertala (- That for the proteetioa of the holder of such main hospital edifice seven thousand dollars.COLCXBIA cents. llaving
had *p* dy aO etioi of claim in favor of th* bonds they shall be severally registered at ibm Poet proper legal representatives.Boo. 7th. On all other correspondence mentioned going article
United 5taU ,and for other Maurh- 7. And bo it further cnac.ej That
purpowa, spprortd OBtro iHiWrUawnt auQ IXSTlTCTfOM FOa iiuniedlitto'yupon
certified th TILE
Vy Chief chirk of rbedevartmeat DK.ll AND 1flJf U. in two of the first article the rate
Ihlrd,*>hto n hundred and alxty-thrce, be, and thas wUhtfuf )Itabiftty for the of the in- the passage of this act, or as noon thereafter a* paragraph tion of the-
**S*befeby.amcn ad: by addinrt oertiui one theru.'of.i44rnsI tercctorpriiK-lpalof aM bond upon payment the part of the For the support of the institution, including may bo practicable, it shall Uo the duty of the Commissioner shall be, for the mails despatched, that which States of : -

proviso,'mi ft iowTAnd: provided furtK i'eet OflWdq ailment only in a manner a* hereinafter ono thousand dollars for books and illustrative of 1'cnsl.Jiis to give pabiic notice of the contents the despatching office shall adopt, adapted to ion, agreed
.r, Tht ta tie of guodji, wares and morcliaodisn ton of thu foregoing section, pat'cularl y at the olUces of the
provided. And the PoatmaiUer Gecoral ball receive all
twelve of iU interior
apparatus, thousand five hundrod dolUnt tho convenience and habits ad Berlin ho
ported from a toreign country adj* oot to lbs UoUcd for eai jed by the Of several pension agencies ; and upon any application by ,
money prftaye $tMtnJii S ,aJ4
Mat**, tb. declaration In thU aection hcrdobclore rcire4 company, and shall apply the saute at Ut a* needed to letter or otherwise for or on bohalt of any pcr-oj entitled ministration. But each office shall give notice thousand
( ay bnaj u, *4idlb. oertlnc l eodors4% the payment of the semIannual Interest apoto the before For the proper inclosure, improvement, and to the benefit elite provisions, or upon any notification to the other of tho rate it adopts, and of any Hon. John
the 00041 wxxxwtnl
,or commercial attrut,at or that such person is so entitled, to or cause to
named bot paying eoiargfTnont grounds of the institutiun
Z1 to b* pert or place of clearance for the V.&iM. such interest, and sail Invest the same sttrpros qoiufofly in the be paid to him all such arrears of pension as he may sabeequcrt change &c., &c., on

pecuritks of the ) kiU< states to form a linking I fund, aooordanco with plans heretofore submitted entitled to rnder the provisions of the sail section: VI. Richard r.
Approved, Joly 27, ; lit \M held solely for Cap benefit of the bondholder, and to Congress, thru thousand hundred dolUn and no claim agent or other person shall U j entitled to Post

to be nppliodlApM).payment of the principal of such receive any compensation for services In makIng application The prepayment of postage on ordinary letters behalf of
COLUMHIA HOSPITALOK WOMEN AXU for the of under thU and the on
bond And'wknmw.and as anon as such LYIXO-IX arrears pension preceding
sinking .
shall bo optional subject to conditions
Aiict.upp1.sneatry to aii act eotiUwd MAo net to fund idAll equal IB amount the entire principal of said A8YIt'M. section. hereby
Hew the United ttlate* ta i.icuteapp..is and writ bonds ;then from that UDM forward the Interest of said in Article VII, mentioned ; but on registered tdvice and
of error, without givtetf security and tor other purposes. borvl shall be paid oat ef the Income of inch sinking For the rapport of the asylum, ovw and letters, and on all other correspondence men 'odStates.

fuiidtMIhe piindpal thereof rot of the mine fund at above tbo probable amount which will be received For this amount lot the purpose of civirviu out the tioned in paragraph two of the first article it
He enacted by the Senate and Jfoui* of Ilrprvwbta.Utr tbefo maturIty And all posts e*earned after the lime from independent or pay-patients fifteen treaty stipulations, maklnir and preparing homes, furnishing t In witness
.oll UliiUd JTtateeof Amend inConicn** ** when ssld sinking fond shall bo asda up to tb4 mouataforejsM provision, tool and farming uteruils, and furnishing shall be obligatory. the Post
* to a40v the United titatea to prmwciMe apiNwIn and aaUeummmy lb ro.uinaittrrenefal of 114 United For th completion of the Providence Hospital have been made by the Indian peace commission and my
writ ft error WithoUt giving ..curity"approiu.d Ktl>ru- ia Washington' city, District of Columbia not yet ratlned and defraying the expenses of the comwltiioa : ; however, the postage QQ any correspond written.
ry iw'tiity.oiie1titoeii buadnrd aid sisty-tlirtf, In, ? That the 10 making such treaties, and carrying their ence shall bo prepaid insufficiently it shall nevertheless [gEAL/1
thirty thousand dollars Provided
and th" name lrfTrl y arc, cxUtwlrd to wrtl o1-rior, aj- mallfWiunfbjp sliill If oomai uled and oflbvnid oafr : That all pro*iiiion into effect, five hundred thousand (dollar, to
)wiim.| or vtlter proceM in law iidwintity or jiuty. i.- by tAJMtifpt the UaMM St t.s *s shall mount an orma- expenditures for the said Providence Hospital be expended under the direction of Lieutenant General be forwarded to its destination, bat : :
nolifrom or nrontfit op to n circuit couit ol lie L'ni- meet, t MCach! and shallhavea* under appropriations of Congress shall bo mado Slicrman, ot Mid commission, and dnwn from the charged with the deficient postage. I hereby

toil $tsteLq least one apprentIce belnstructcd In engineering,sea- under the direction! and control of the Surgeon treasury upon hU requisition upon the Secretary of the Upon the delivery of any unpaid or insufficiently and in
further Mi-ufc-d Tlut nnd iMMrlgaffOB for Interior.
rJoc.2. And slay curinrntioa manehiri, every two hrndred ton of seal of the
or any roewU-r tbcrroC nrtkrs [touherj J luaU n bankIn registered (onaxg* for oath *Ueam Jiipi to4 pi* goronimwitof General of the army whoso duty it shall bo to Sec. 2, And U it further enacted. That all (roods and paid letter, or of any other insufficiently
*; corporation, organised uM ,r a law of tie United i iHtato ilm United States(ball have tboiprwrr to take report at tlieDecember session of every Cun.gjrjMV merchandise furnished any tibe or band ot InduuH under paid correspondence, there shall be levied in the >[ BAU}

*. and anl at which a mil at Li w or In < iUi'v ba ami use l1wiioresa4nasi steainsklpe- M Uantport or full <>pd compjota* statement of all the provisions of this act shall bu turned over by United States a fine not exceeding fire cento, By the '
bort or may be omnmenced fit any mUtt oIlier than a far ship of war whenever, in the optaitHi.f.the Prexi expensos the agent or superintendent of ucli tribe or band to the "\ !
Circuit erdUtrio* enartof the Unite ut<*. for any dent, the xigc0ci
liability or&Ut'Wed liability ot such cut(lxita.thn. ur any them whd U aa'jjorjzed, >In such an event, to lake said made byGongrora. or band by the chief la such manner us the chief may charge not exceeding two tuber groschen. This

ne* ber tbefeoit as och luctnber,may ha vouch suit se- mail kleumrr andsum pay mid company just nod fqui table for tho National.'Soldiers and Sailors1 Orphsini' deem best, and the delivery of all such goods and morchandiae fine, or additional charge, as well as the deficient .
nored frfli tbe court U which it may I us t IW proper drvtt or didct court of Uu Unltrd titates, deem id in.t for the interest of lbs United OUftee; saidp.ymtutItwthir1for : Hprne, |o t.hdto: ; Washington, District the presence of K military ofllour not below the rank ol postage on correspondence -

SpSM WillS a pftttloq therefor, verified hytth. either purchase or use, to bo j made to of Columbia, ten thousand dollara.'For captain, to h\t detailed for that purpose by the commander letters, shall not enter into the accounts between :
lietort or after Uaiie joined, tatlmr they iiavo a under or by virtue of the tVurtltution of the flan company whole vtrbabmcfl In-doe Ihwn. after deducting made, where such an officer rhallbo stationed within of the office.
UnU d matH, or any treat/ or law of the United Htfttc, *ufflHrnt for payment i for all fbi btfbi .tiamed sixty 'transient paupers, tnodical and surgical fifty miles of the place of delivery, which officer shall at- collecting TS Yblutu
C .*M44ft** reod* 4 ufltd.nt jinrfcty for entering in rrgllulsued IXMXI, hv amount or wbleb IB tbta*event ball patiocts, In some proper medical institution in tOMt bv hi* ourtincHte the n-ueipt thereof ; and uo receipt ARTICXE VIII. JL miles of

.math swt. lb.IfMy.t It' iimson, ouyi.-of all be paid to the boMew tbrroof uutarity of the same. the citr of Wf"jfngton, 'ttridor a contract to be by Indians for good or property to any superintendent The correspondence mentioned iit paragraph -
pu sei p e sdIngs. dispositions, Uwtimony and other toe..C. ArutwU further artd, That 1b4 torrlgnmU fonaca with stieh' IpsUtnUbri or agent shall be valid to discharge such ollleer,
j:=; "gsiaeaid wit ad ddng si** otjw-r apt>rcIM HK i bol Tk0fQrfnmX8t cf the fJBll! I males shall twelve thousand unless the same bo bcooiiiiwniod by the certificate of two of the first article shall be despatched ander This soil Is a
are NIfUINI to bo done by t be mot entitled h vcsrtr K)9aflOoaui > aips0f tho snW ;O>mmeroialKsilirdtiou dollars, or o much thereof M may be necessary such military ofQccr, showing that said good were actnally regulations to bo established by the despatch sjd I 3. &

: -'AiMotforthemnoValof esuam. in certain case from W/inimy whenever JotmaUtOcn tal : ProridelTThat (aid contract shall bo mode dolivored, and are of the quantity and fjuatiti' lug office, but always including the following ;
HUUccwru,"approved July twvnty-sevefltli, mgubnnfcwUred to such foreign twill agent issues passes codifying to by the Burgeon General of the who shall stated In the invoice or bill thereof, a copy of which r AND
MM sixtl-flis; and It shall be thereupon the the wild company that such I*their offldal cbaracter. army, sinai be attached to the receipt First. No packet shall contain anything Will bo oU !
itftrck eoartiojoeent the iarttjrsnd proceed no $i'c.7. Ao4 UJt further cMcted. Tbat ttjt MKI t vl. report to th* December session of every Con,. 8cc. >k Ani >K) it further enacted, That the sum of which shall bo closed against inspection, nor Asgust2h5 :

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