The Florida times
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Title: The Florida times
Uniform Title: Florida times (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Florida weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Reed & Hodgson
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla.
Creation Date: October 12, 1865
Publication Date: 1865-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 5, 1865)-
General Note: Publisher: Joseph F. Rogero, <1866>; W.H. Christy, <1866>.
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Ten copies, M 20,00 OCTOBER 12, 18G5. (NO. 2. Fosters, Card, Bill and Letter Hcais *
-- and espetlitiouslj exccuttd at the TxtonieTtl .-. ,
Grnt> Sherman awl T1iOnas---T&c bilious holding their own interests second to Lomsluim.; IJou. i>. C. Cabell out tho' Condition ---

, Three Gcucrnls Contracted. those! of the couutrv. SWman acknowledges [From the Louisiana Star, published at Aiuite Cit.& and Wants of the South is TlixoDOREPASLssn'sl'oTiioon. PRESIDES OX TUB TEST 04Ttt, _
, {From a recent Article ia Usrper'a MontUj-.] Grant to have been the fflRto appreciate and Helena I'arib.1 Hon. E. C. CABELL, formerly member of -If children wen taught to notice the earliest A letter was recently addressed by some of .
The clearest conception of the characters encourage him aftcr.his consignment to that Congress from Florida writes from teaching of their mdral nature, and, the first lr"pinga Va.
OUR DUTY TO TUB STATE. Memphis the citizens of Charlotte*ille, to President
Generals Sherman and Thomas is obtained by tomb of military Capulcts Jefferson barracks. We Tenn., to the Tribune,jin-abe! and sensible let should conscience find that ircan hardly bo doubted we Johnson, promoted by the difficulties which !
contrasting them. A correct estimate of Gen. Grant attributes much of his uniform success to will not discuss the causes of oar ter on the'condition of the, Southern States-and conscience speaks earliest and surround them in relation to the approaching

Grant may be haJ by forming in the imagination the skill cf his second in command Neither to establish an independent government at |lie especially their need of labor. He says that, The with more authority than is commonly supposed. Congressional election. They appeal to Lira -

a chAactcr combining the peculiarities of ever wearies of Bounding! the praises or of admiring South-for it is now enough to know that we for the last thirty years, the people of the North following Parker incident in the boyhood ofThcodore for' counsel and advice as to their proper course '

both Sherman and Thomas; for in the person the qualifications of the other. Among have failed-that we arc under military nje- and South have been educated to hate each othp ave'ts we commend to the attention of all f of action. Kcing wholly uninformed ,M to .
. Licutenant-Gcncnil the oppoSIte the cf character in which they differ is that we arc poweiles-s and must accept what we and that tins :
of the very points er, studied and systematic mutual Wheiva little in whether the testoatlt will probably. be repealed! .
which distinguish thejOllicvs meet atidUmVme that Grant being exceedingly good in can not help.The termination of the wai Las villitication boy petticoats in BJV fourth
qualities temper, produced 'a slate of feeling winch fine or myffficd so as to admit- Southern members,
with anti felicity, foim- the moderate and while bhtnnan's left us in a state of disorganization, and! hi the year, one day in spring my father!c"d me by
sinctrtar grace iciisc even resulted in the desolating war just clit'et1.I the hand to of they lmv< thought it possibltj that ho might enlighten -
midst of a the farm but
social distanfpart
a revolution. Our soon
ing one of the noblest liiractcrs: w men me w nr is very bad in.the sense of irritability end unc- tern of labor is all peculiarsys- Without wasting time in inquiring chichi party I I sent me home alone. On the I had to h thcni on the subject. They say their
Gen. Grant docs nut male so There be doubt that both are upturned and destroyedjan most fault in this way pa'slittle main
has developed. vejiness. can no citizens-seem was at matter, Mr Cabeil urges a pond hole," then spreading its watcr.swide. purpose U Jo pursue that conrs&which
effective or, so to speak, so dramatic a picture good, generous, and unselfish men at heart. many of the lobe"paralyzed and and dprivcd it as now the common duty.ofthe people ot Rhodorain ft4boorn-a! tare flower iamy I will be mo>t likely to sustain him anU'his poll
as Sherman,nor does ho present so dignified an energy by new uacxpectcfl results both sections to obliterate th"<; feelings cf bitterness and which ey in the administration of jthe*government.The .
cf the neighborhood, in that j
We only
Tim GEXEBAM WITH TUEIR CICAU war. must avail ourselvJcsof grew
he combinein
appearance as Ibomas ; yet: engendered by thc past four years of l Attorney-General towhort'the letter was T
the first in the locality- attention and drew me I
lum clf the originality and energy of the ihstt Whittling and smoking are :unon Grant's at thin sun pause," in rder to storm, the earliest gtmcc strife, to foster the interests of-the whole count o the spot. I saw a my little spotted tortoise sunning referred, roplie that be ia instructed by the President .

ith the deliberation, cooIiK'-s mid pertinacity; favorite occupation's. He is i true \ankce in dition and asccitain our truo.con- try-atid to devote their united enegics to the himself! in the sballmv water at the root of to say he has no means of knowing what

the latter. He has Sherman's originality ofiniiuVnnd these icectss It is recorded of him that during work to bearings, and then go bravely to work of repairing the .ravages of the pa-.t, and the liaising shrub. I lifted the stick I had in Congress may do in rejjarJ to the path, about ,, ., -

; like him has gh"effcxprcsinn to several i the L'atteofthicViderue.s! he was engaged has remedy been whxt may yet be remediedJi.. building up new glories for the future. Slavery my hand to strike at the harmless reptile; for f j winch they inquire than any other citizen ; butit

new and btriking thoughts upon the subject in'whittling i the bark of a tree under which his pause reached. Let us sec, then, he says, is dead, and maintaining it so long I had killed" I is Im earnest wi>h that loyal and free men, tn :
though creature
of the Rebellion and its suppression, lint they h licad iuar vi-s were established, ; jr.ui i-nrall occasions where we arc, and what: ia oiu first duty as good was a crime on the part of thu South ; that crime h had never ont of any f }ct whom no objections can bo made,, should be :
have been .clothed in the full, roundj ]- citizens. The war has left us in the eoiiditivn tf.suljtckt seen boyi sport destroy irds q>jrf f elected
invanably great and small, he smokes. He is amore T2'llQuue has been punished with adequate severityjn the rels, andjthe like, and I felt a-disposition to flow -' to ConrcThis Mr. Speed says, ii
:tTFl inveterate Mtioker than either Sherman or desolation and ruin that "Las followed it The I l their vicked an a simple expression
the bharp, curt, and nervous language of Sherman liozfcrans, but he nnokcs: 11: a different, stjknnd -, to overthrow our Government. We may h He has planned several campjtiiiijs with our own opinions as tt the injustice of suelr once something checked my little ... .
t'ur a different effect. Both Sherman aud the,failure of their hopes and plans, wastoabajidoji and voice sIn
less pf originality than that displayed by position. We may pi ate ,.about the rights of arm, a within me loud and clear, their and degraded state,
net Ilozecraus' take to tobacco as a stimulant to their country or bury themselves in scclu- It 1" I held present ignorant
stick iu
Sherman, bnt they have aliva\s been ixcutcdMtU their ntrvutisorgaijiz-itions. Grant smokes with States and (their paramount sovereignty, but stan.-! : But this.withfcw exceptions passed" M wrong my uplifted .the negroes, in their condition freedom, will -
the deliberation and pcoistenco v-hieh is.o .the listless absyibed. and witiMied! air of an jthe Government vf the United States has triumphed away, and they are now piepared to accept Of ct tb new but enjotion inward-check eoitseioajness" -not contribute to the progress of society orjhe -

> prominent a characteristic of'Thomas Hbcr- "1 piuni-smokcrhiis mind and body being soothed mid we, so far as practical results arc their situation and make thcbeit of it.Vhmat- an involuntary tiil the" tortoise and time rhodont upon my both actions prosperity of the country. On the contrary,

man has 4gircnt ns" several splendid ilti.-tra-! into repose rather than excited l by thc.eiiect tt concerned, are obliged! to accept its interpreta ever they'may hav.c: thought of the superior advantage vanNued- from I hastened home and they will continue an incubus anti clog npon

lions of'Strategy' and Logi-tics ; a> witness this weed Neither Sherman nor Ilozecransti of our attempt to establish H separate iiationality. of two governments, all now sec that* my sight. both. As long as they arc satisfied with a little .

marches in Mi isMppi, Georgia and the Cur- are neat saikers, the- \thet bieast facing of As defeated rebels wc stand doprivcd I we have now,,.aud must have hereafter forcvec told the tale-to iny mother, and asked what it mere than the shelter of an oak tree at night,

01mM; bnt Jti b3ttcs.JH tievtr Jk jttot.1 II their coats and their fcl.Irt-bosoms being gencr of all political rights and J-ubjcct to'all but ont country, one destiny and one duty, and! vras that told me it was wrong? She wipc l n with clothinfj jn t sufficient to cover their na- -
tear from her wi'Ji her and
briflint cNaucs! of rantI flieic. Tlini ally soiled. Grant on the contrary, is very neat, the penalties; treason, fiat amnesty, with all feel called upon to devote all their energies eye apron, taking men keducsinr.d with such food as they can gather
has Jipayei1! hh abilities ehkfly in te! tatics: and smokes only the best cigars. lie tmokes a:pundit''iomd oath, is exlmdtd to us. It crulcs to buildjur its permanent and j her arms, said, Spme men call ft conscience, in a midnight'ramble, it will be admitted that
np -
of the battle-field, and! has given us nt Mill j almost| without cessation, and is never at case a fall pardon ; it iw s aicayicilh all of our pclit- .. Ihe experiment of free labor supreme must,prospcrity. and ;I but I prefer to call it the voice of God in the they will have littlo motive for labor. It i is by

Spring and'Nashville! two splendid illu-trations ( whcflcmplo\edat anything which foihids sinok- fret sins, and ijlacrs us, in the eyes of thf ((toi'cni- will, have a full and fair trial, and for himself, soul will\ of man. If yon listen and obey it, then it increasing their wants elevating their ideas, -
clearer and clearer and
of the offensive and at Chicamangi a magiiifi- mcnt aiid iu the light of the Co titul'un speak always guide them wit of desire
;ing as an jtccompanhnent.! During the famous : just Mr. Caoell says he believes it will bo far more furnishing objects- securing
cent ciamplc of dcfensiv battle; but his march- j irtcrucw, with I'cinbciton before ickburg, hgssuoked where we stood before a gun trasjircd at the Cfni- successful! than is generally believed. IJut losses yon right ; but if you turn a Jcaf car, or disobey -, to them their personal rights and the fruits of

es, which are always t-low! and labored, nrc ncv- with his UMial composuie. \Vc t.d States Jtty. It gives us lack all the priviloges from deaUfand other causes the ns- then it will fade out little by little, and their; labor, opening tothern the avenues of social
pardon among l all in the dark and without
er likely to become famous. Grant ha* excell- and iuununiticH of citizenship-the of eave you a guide. and affordingthem '
j Gen. Grant for right renders in his improvement opportunities
smoking cigar as he en groes indispensable, judgment, Your life this little "
cd in tottelhc-c important branches of the ait' tcred the binouldering ruins of the town of voting, holding office, and completely reinstates large assessions to the free white laboring population depends on heeding[ voice. for mental cultivation, that we will at once
She her
of war, and has given us brilliant, examples <>f Vicksburg," said a Iteli-l paper after the sur- us upon a footing with those who aided the Gov- of tin: Southern States and the main went but way doubtless, careful and troubled about furnish a stimulant to labor which bas tpctated
them iu
each; and! tliough he has shown no extraordinary -lftctf eminent during the war. many things pondered in and condition of the world,
rondor. "A little stsgu it added, "U object of his letter is to'set forth the inducements her heart while on man every age
off think
engineering ability ia constructing defenses admiiable in gnat ifiptaius." But Grant never So far as "pledging us to the support of the to such immigration offered by the con motherly ; went to aud relieve society from a condition of thing :-
in Chillish But -I
has done better over my poor, way. am sure "
in those
he reducing of Ab.olitiou Proclamation, our action cither! From which one should desire to
smokes dramatically.! His cigar is a. one dition of affairs, and especially by the low x-very escape.
necessary event life has made and lasting
no in so deep
the IlebeK He uses the strategy of Sherman, part of himself, and is neither assumed nor abandoned way or the other, can make no difference in the puce and great fertility of the Southern lands. my -'S Roridian.
to reach liU chosen battlc-fledjuid then employs roult A tribunal v.ill an impression_upon me. _- ... r
competent .
fur state occtM'ons. He has been known pa. A upon The mass of thu Southern pople, he says, S. -
the grand tactics opThomas lq win the t to smoke at reviews : and has frequently been the constitutionality of that proclamation. If lost everything in the late revolution but THE Tars- Kiso.--Where a person that is TUB NEW GOVERNOR OF VERMONT. -It ia

victory. His own definition of strategy will brought to a halt and notified by sentinels or its decision is iu favor, we arc obliged to sub- their lands the larger portion of which they poor, that is out of health, that surrounded by wonderful to look at the numerous changes that
perhaps make this Idea plainer to the reader, mil; and against, then we are not bound occur within a few -especially among
guaids over commivwry stores! "No smoking to arc now unable cultivate for want labor. many discouragements, and that is made to jcara
who will not object that it comes in the "ques allowed here, sir." Oa entering the Scn-ite: suppoit it. And even if the mere acceptance This.large surplus they must sell. Hundreds suffer in various ways lifts himself above his politicians. The lion. I'aul Dillingham, just

tionable shapu" of a hitherto unpublished uccdate Chamber to be presented to the Senate he had of the Amnesty bound us to the cause of Abolition thousands of acres ofgoodAinds are thus offered misfortunes dicers his companion and children, elected Governor of Vermont by the republicans

of the General.OK to be ieqne.-ted tu leave his cigar outside.OHIM'S and our support could :avail anything in for sale at the very lowest prices. Many and fights want on this side and on that, and was five or six years ago"the leading dem-

VSTAXa: SHEUMAX A3 STRATEGISTS. its favor, is it not better to open our eyes at once fine platations may bo purchased for a sum bears humiliation, putting it under his feet, ociatic politician of the State, and wrote a letter

The resemblance between Generals Gr .nt and hABITS is CAMIVIn to the fact that slavery is in its last stage of dissolution much below the cost of the buildings! create without loiing faith iu God, and saying to the to John B. Floyd, MrBuchanan's Secretaryof

Thomas in personal appcarance- and character his manners, dress, and style of living, ; and, accepting the fact, grasp all the on them, and highly improved estates at less world, "I can be poor, andyet be a man"- -O, War, asking an opportunity to buy the-Fort

is more marked than between the former and Grant displays more$ republican simplicity than power and advantage which is to be derived tlan half the price of wild lands in the same vicinity crown him You pass him by : you do not Saclling property in Minnesota. He said ho

Sherman. The ompauson between the latter any other general officer of the army. In man from the amnesty, in order to meet the further four years ago. There are, besides, millions !- know *hat you are passing by. Kings some wanted to remove from Vermont, where gen-

irnd Sherman must ifldccd be confined to their ncr he is very unassuming and approachable, advance of fanaticism t There is in cur very of acres of unimproved lands to be purchased times walk incognito, and then they do not nine Democracy is so poorly thought of by the

military characteristics. The resemblance is and his conversation i k noticeable from its unpretending midst a party pledged to the advocacy of negro at prices proportionately lo\v. The wear crowns. There arc kings in jour street. preut colored party who rule, and always will

most noted in the fertility of invention which plain, and straightWfcfrrJ stjfe.- suffrage* President Johnson is a southerner; lands iu the Mississippi Valley, liable to inundation There arc nfcn walking about in your midst that here." _- I Ie.s

distinguishes both in a higher degree than any There is nothing didatic nor pedantic in his tone and a moderate Suites' Ilights man ; rejecting, are capable of producing cotton enough wear crownsjn their hearts, which, if they were -
two men hitherto developed by the war.- and language. IIis ilittoiic is more remarkable indeed, the political solecism of secession, he to clothe the civilized world, and corn enoughto to put them on their heads,would shine so bright 1hLL BOTD" m A NEW CHARACTER.

Neither ever lacks for resource Grant, with for the compact btrncture than the elegance has yet declared that the /states must be the feed the population America. The price that you would think! twilight had dawned. late London letter'says : 1

an inventive faculty truly wonderful, extricates and' fin'sh of his -tciitcnces. lie talks practicalIv judges of their own depositories of political of many of ihe&e lands is nominaL They "will There are thousands who understand and obey It is stated that the notorious Rebel, Belle

himself fiom all difficulties with an originality and! v\iit s as he talks; and his language I solecism of secession, he has yet decimal 1 that; some day become of incs>timablo value. the ii.junction of the apostle, when he says, Boyd," late Virginia, is about to try her fortune

not lcs admirable on account of the boldness written and oral, isdibtinguished by strong com- the "States must be the judges of their own I Never were thcra such inducements to immi- Quit you like men ; be strong." I tell you on the Londpn stage. Tlie effort ia creditable

with which las designs are accomplished.! The mon souse. He seldom indulges iu figurative depositories of political power/' grants desiiing to secure cheap and comfortable they arc heroes and angels knowit, if you do enough, but thu necessity for it is highly

originality of his designs nut less than the boldness language ; but when lie does his comparisons These questions of cgro suffrage and the like homes, and tardy such opportunitea to cs
With which he acts, adds to the certainty bttray his habits of close observation. He will be left tb the pc'-ple! of each Slate. Shall ists to make paying, sale investments. The When yon laid the foundation of that big house, have allowed her to come to want. Not long

of mccess. If one resource fails he his another dresses ia a careless but by uo means slovenly wsof LouutaHO. IU supine while Jan tiny and! amount necessary to purchase! lands sniBcicut: they forgot to wrlte it in Heaven. And when ago, having sold or pawned all her jewelry? 5c.,

at hand. He creates opportunities and| though manner. Though his uniform conforms to"armyrcgulalionji strangers from thf M,IA come to our biUi-t boxes r to insure independence small. At the present the walls went up, and the beautiful apartments ho was literaUy turned out of the hotel atwbich,

.l. is tro Cadmus at whose illumed m itpring ii .cuC andJruiyuingiJrU*.*4'i 'and* dtelde. thfsf questions" .3 for 111? Shall we price of cottoiij. ne bale i U wojth about -00.! were finished, and the whob magnificent structure she was stopping, penniless, and with nothing
from the ground, yet he may be said to !like that of Shetmnn, worn thrcadbhrc. Ho Tnc1/Tmct aflftiHly] "surrender our "no led A: bale tolhb acre is hardly avrageyicTd .oii was completed, of the nrhitccturs.of which but what she hail on her back, tho-landlord! detaining -

create the materials of action, and to supply by" never wears an article which attracts attention an' peerless State tothcm_ when the power is I bottom land, and a good hand may wt-11 caltivato : you were so proud, as yon live they forgot to all her trunks and their contents. I

his energy and his spirit, his invcntiou and tactics by its odjity, except, indeed, the three stars ours to hurl them out from all participation in ten acres of cotton, with corn and tegcta- put that down. And when you unrolled your have been told that a play has been written expressly

many of the deficiencies cxi>tinj; in his which indicate his rank. His wardrobe, when its politics ? Our duty plain. Let cvciy man I btes enough for his family and his farm." Mr. rich carpet and hung your fine pictures they for her debut, in which some of the incidents !-

force. lie is not easily dUhcartcncd, campaigning, is generally very scjpt, while his go forwaid at once, and, accepting the amnesty, Cabell assures all who may come to the South,p forgot to take a note of that. But when that of her career as a Rebel spy ar worked

Physical greatest, iu di-aster or when urronud- headquarter train i*,often the smallest iu the be prepared at the ballot-box to assert the right, with or without capital, of a cordial welcome,' man went down out of his splendid! mansion out in the most approved mclo-dramatic style.

c 1 by difficulties. He is not ca-ily driven from 4I 1)y. For several months past he has been of Lonisianlans to rule Louisiana IIeitationonly and he invites the attention of emigrant asocialions into a fourth-class house, in an obscure street, -. ... r

the prosecution of a plm. Us carefully examines living iu a l"g-hut of unpretending dimensions delays the restoration of civil Jaw and the to the field thus offered for their labvrs. shedding, it may be, some tears as a tribute o The administration of Andrew Johnson, wo

its merits bci'oic he decides upon it, nnd! I on the James: river, bleeping 011* a common camp- termination of bayonet rglc, while it enlarges .- nature, and gathered his flock on the first evening have every reason to believe, will go down tc, / i*
ful'y' tests its practicability before he abandons cut, a..d eating at a Uitle' common to all his our most' vital interests. So long as a large RADICAL CuixcE OF SESTIMEXT.-HENRY A. around! the fire, and made the room bright history in admirable keeping with that of the ,-' 9DE A

it for another. That to vvhich he is compelled: staff, plainly furnished w it'i good roast beef portion of the cijzcm refuse the amnesty, jut \WISE, in a letter to Gen. GEAST, thus expresses with love, and faith, and prayer, you may be lamented AbraLam Lincoln. The name of Lincoln ,/

to re oit by reason of the failure of cue is :nl pork and bean*, "Lard-tick"' : mid coffee. It i is M long will there be an excuse for .rrisonihj; himself regard to slavery. certain that they! put that down They remember is linked with immortal glory in the sup- /

less matured than tha first. It may be aid w ilh related! of the General that when the march to towns, and for withholding from us the privilege So far from that. And when that man went on from pression of the most -formidable rebellion thdworli

truth that he has never been foioi'd to abandon the icar of Vicksburg began he announced to of election. my being opposed L day to day, and from week to week, there "was has ever known, and so wi'l the r.juneof

any general plan upon which he had determined his army the necessity of moving lieht," i. c., When we have all accepted it we have the to the name 'frcedmen reed iffi indicating the condition i- nut one noble heait beat, there'was not one gen Johnson, we believe, become an enduring name
of slaves the the
by war, chief co;? olillon -
though the campaign tUichnund was. without cxtra atcgago. IIeet nil example by right to demand for our State a republican form I erous purpose of fidelity, theme was not one of honor nail renown in completing the great -
modified by circumstances: and frets developed scuding to taifwar all'his baggage except a govcinment; for this is guaranteed us bythic 3onj I I have in the result of he wr is that slastrif thing that made him a man in his trouble, that work left upon Im hands by his lamented pre

; at AVildcrnes and tt The brier-root pipe, a tooth-buish and horn fundamental law. Jf ice fail from sheer obsti>vtey forever abolisiid; that not only thc-slaves! God'did not see that angels did not behold, decessor. Amid unprecedented difficulties and ; '.
Sp<> ylvania. green a
of the campaigii overland was the destruction purpose pocket comb. The story of his appearance in to ava'd oursdves of the privilege now wi&inourcray ? are, in fact, at lust freed from bondage,but thatI and that by-and-by will not be sung in glory in complications strikigs* out bravely and boldly

of an inipoi Unit line of railroad, and the the Senate chamber in February last is still fresh we dttire to l 1$ ruled by appointed *atrops. : am freed from them. Long before the war, heat e In his policy of Southern restoration, no-President -1k,
indeed / had ( Made iqriny mind ire
definitely act -
1* in the of the has
desolation of in the minds of lie history country gained
a r.ch country, by nud in which the public had no sooner
ly to advocate cHwncipalion throughout the k'oulh. OREGOX. -In the miners of Jack
early days
the Itfl the hall after The people of this State must stand togetlerwe more rapidly than Andrew Johnson the respect
enemy was enabled to exist at tho doors pajing his to the
very I had determined, if I could help it, dcsccud- sonville, Oregon, elected an Alcalde. A
my party and
the who here before he confidence of the of the
Stuator than mean people were ( great body people,
Washington and
thus him of the
by forcing to aban one Democratic members
; ants should,never be subject to the humiliation to a Contested claim case thinking himself
don l-.s and. and asked the war, and who are identified with the interest of .North and South.-N.JT. Herald.
threatening offensive attitude, cnaV ro&e consideration of the Senate jouisiana. The fir..t man of this whose I have, been subjected to by the weakness if not t wronged, posted this notice : "Whereas the .- i 111
tut to place the army opcialing against upon what he termed the evident and gross misS age wickedness of and while I cannotrecognize L Alcalde has and
slavery ; given an unjust decision -
Ulity rises'even above the dignity of mere corrupt -One of the Chicago theaters known aa the
its take
which had been
i. only true made in
>trategical pohitiun Grant
: lawful and humane the violent and I I
as against me, on Sunday next shall take aa
-f htaWswnnhmip, wirosc icwtn.Ot'aatlJ* [ecearc Museum, was, on the of the 19th inst.,
i the James riyer. It is u Lieutenant-General and very evening
now apparent' declared it to be his ; shocking mode in which it has been :tboIblie1, appeal to the Supreme Court." Sunday saw a
-ii that! had the attack of General Smith opinion that there s'.i'posed: to contain a hidden meaning end the scene of tragedy more genuine than those
wasnotapeco.d lieutenant
I vet I accept the fact most heartily as an accomnpIndicl hundred miners attracted by curiosity, to !learn
I'i urg, in Juuc7l8o4, proved successful vf the Home Guard of-this-Statt- did not: are tudicd by diplomasts! and capitalihts, lays hat the Court usually represented on the stage. George B.
and d.-tprmincd not only to w Supreme themselves
one, am was. They ;
'ti j that must be remedied and not icreiigcd1 Beach, one of the actors, 27 of wa-
: ; was ti it would cut sse1l than wrongS years age
every rcasou ) ipposc a bigger man who had iu it but strife that tribunal The
abide by it and acquiesce /b by' were august aggrieved
and that when in there ., par shot iu the room his wife nuit l
: J fly. 00 good' reason why it did not-the just left their ; a country, re green by a young
presence them
it into
all the means in iny power to.maLv Lnytciciit /resized: a mass m\ieting; theyretire'
beautiful aocxl bad
i parties exasperated against caeji othcraiid violent woman only 18. They
puijjof' UicliuionJfwould have followed nn- .... to both races and a bkssiny esjec'ally to our cmattsy. the case and rendered a verdict reversing been littkffvcr
i mutual hatreds it is that thc elisppcarj married a a but sepcrated
: .4 My. There exists notablo resemblance! necessary > year
a r I at the and the Alcalde's decision. AH
unfeir/nedly rtj'ria fact, am
J this Xiouo.IiMica.\TioN COMMI MITCII- and their hatred is pacifiedicforc I recognizing soon after the wedding, on account of disagreements
of Grant's -
catnpaig!! aid that of I IOXKU them
of the calamities of the Court of '
reconciled to worst as Supreme
: originallie
:>'K I BniKi*. The liberty is possible. many and had lived little together daring
-against Atlanta. IJuth! wcra KI.I.S question 'of what shall be fluid very
I prospcututt done with There is in Ihis! 'Statc'a whose interest the war, because I nm now convinced that the [ jurisdiction. all the time of their married life. The
the husband
; of party ,
> large armies posted laid fonified in a icg iu was one most coinplicated From
special providence of God, unavoida 1841 to 1849, Oregon was ruled by a
war was a
S naturally difticnlt which the called forth. And on all questions of State policy, arc identical had filed a bill bra divorce and his wife insisted
to j enctratc, and in nations either to Provisional Government the
Lie the at extreme, tear established by
lie cne-ny Lad all the aii ;IiiiOp if the methods propped; for his benefit, with ours, but who sided with the UnitedStitcs by on his withdrawing it. This she could not
alvant.agcs ing their
black idol froni'vvhich to meet necessities.
Irtt fiom us a we never squatters Unrecognized
e induce him determined
do ancl therefore to
Government in the late to ,
JensiWe! assisted various struggle theyarejOuUnniais
emigration to ; yet
positions. IJoili were charac-: tropical regions could have been other by the United States without the leastpretense
separated by meansIh'an
any take his life. She did not succeed in her
by brilliant hank has been much discussed. In the pamphlet: md it is our duty to forget the one fully
: niovcmchU umde in 'of
those-of firemtnd blood sword and sacri- framed
legality, they a
ll t teeth of the enemy. And though Sher- which Mr. Mitchell has just issued, furnishes great dMrence, en I affiliate irith Utmfortfie"ofput Constitution,elected and design, however, as the wound inflicted, though
fice. organizedCourts.
Ii.1: ampaign cmbriced none of the dcsper- a statement of tho action of President Lincoln I jnia-jo.e tiny under our feet the ultra ..41oUionists.ilme Their officers a severe one, was not considered- necessarily -
and collected
: lengths battles in v.hidi Grant engaged, ami! the ltc Congress in regard to such eiuigniand imjnrted citizens ; the allocates The correspondent of thc.iV. F. Times says : coined carried imposed and made mortal. She was arrested'and committed, but
taxes on war
1 : nod by several coru!>atsof unutualdesii and the present condition of the question. ofntgrojujTrayeand negro equality; the men There is the best authority for saying Hint peacewith the money Indian* in short exercised all seemed to have no* compunctions regarding her

ii i>, generally occurring on the march and ut.ting the Act of July, 1SC2, authorizing the\ whose mere presence in New Orleans causes afein t Alex. II. Stephens and J. II.'Reagan] now con governmental functions until 1849, when ConTMS bloody deed. Beach accuses his wife of gross-

Tor position.ll VrcMdcnt' to'make provision for colonizing such j ttmll; of"codfah and runt and pitmpiiii pis" to fined at Fort Warren, in writing to their ft icnds- < wanted to the nrccocins sister Tcrrito-- infidelity. '
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of the color d race as were willing to emigrate, pervade the atmosphere of the entite State ; wend at the South express the mot liberal views re rial The French ..
organization. havc MADAMS KOSSCTH. The wife of
TKAIT5 always un OF -
'i. Mr. Mitchell calls attention to the Emancipation mean that party which is headed] by Banks : spccting reconstruction, the negro race, and the "
:f Sherman claimed bo Grant is butjTJhinkwe Governor Koasuth the illustrious
a fine mover aid feedti Durant. '* that the Hungarian
future of the South. Theyurge agricultural
Proclamation 1802
: *'! army. Their September, aiidjanual'y, may.contest the title with them.4 patriot,died on Sept. 1st, at Turin, of the illness
inarchjcs arcjiiade with Here i is a ground where .rna the South be revolutionized
18G3, which he considcis contain solemn obligations common wo.; k system of must -
.v ? rcubion, and the. When Oregon became a State the followingvote's from which she has been suffering for
logical calculations ofwe to out the of that act. meet and co-operate with such men as that the being a large element .in years.-
provisions ; negro "
: tuarlicd cKrry floselhit were cat : For slavery, 2,645 against, 7- On account of her health her husband
ly failing ,
great accuracy. If such The commi-Mon to Mr. Mitchell was issued on, I and Welles whose interest in our State the population fcf the Sou b, mu .t be so treated :
727. For free from the State
not the cascrtlic excluding negroes several years ago, repaired with her to Italy,
dangerous flauk movctn le picioncd. It is no time to.rake ember I- as to increase his self-respect. and manhood ;
4 1802 and is still unrevoked. The up
'' ** .f the 8,640, aojamst, 1,081. The 4<"d where she has
n-a-nffrgcr since been cared for him with
one at tho anybow" by
MiUlcrncsi and Spotts- from the ashes of the past. The futurealone that his freedom must bo cheerfully accorded,,
fiind-s clause into
v n i ii. necessary were provided by a I feeling has been tht entire the
0 on Kossuth
Courv-TIouse.and of acrots very strong most exemplary devotion. Madame ,
't. die other the is and xvc arc unworthy time and the educated for the wield
ours ol name intelligent
x-lw the
the t of June 1802, amount subject negro
Pacific but is
'ttuta Mountavus coast
and now ameliorating. Oregon at the time of her death was 55 old. Her
arouyd Atlanta might of men if we remain apathetic or!refuse to l.iborfor of that which the years
'U nlteJ requisition on July 31, of the present ycr, being ing political power progress bas only 30 people of color, and illustrates the remains are to be conveyed to Genoa for interment -
r.1" ver7.venii4 wrioui, das with those who have differed r-
him jn of.
our common good of events promise to put possession .
Mr. Mitchell
: Uothi GcDcraU 03,080. fays : theory of Petroleum that
tjave a futf so long as we by the side of her only daughter who died
and with when the cf such
gcnuiue us, as ;
consequence s'--
;' ation of the impuitaoca of economy of I intend to calmly take my stand on the i a course, we will be compelled to go to-the polls SLAVERY IN CODA.-Oa various accounts- negro have! "a single negro we are** bound! to have a a few ye'ars ago. Kossuth bas daring the Jast

..a. the .e collection__.___l!__ _and___ I of quantity in the proclamation of emancipation and its attendantoath t alony) with( tiiose who were our slaves, or not go at i slavery in Cuba has now* a very uncertain Democratic pa'rty.- ..._ -_ _- few year lost several of his nearest relations,
., v .iuu ill UCWOI tLe 1 aet. and bo found zt.ckinithic rulers ot tins nation all ; submit to have the negro raised to a bocial tenure. As long as the institution. existed inT CONSOLING TO LOVEI, MEKRSCHACMTJPES.. and the death of his wife leaves him nearly alone.
'"i I'taiI' i th have at all times operated at a great the fulfilment (,fthc"compact, liberal andjust I level with us and hafc our offices at home filled I, this country, and was upheld by our government Meerschaum ii made on & large scale n New Tho millions of his countrymen who still cherish -

*r base: ;anti at times entirely disconnected from 1 as i it is-emancipation for the fclaveand"co- and our interest in the Government represented the system in Cuba had strong backing York bysatUrating carbonate of Magnesia, in his"memory as of old, and of friends and admirers

of supply, the regularity and cornt fonization of a free and voluntary kind. Jn op'pos'nion at Washington, by men who, for thirty years, up. But now that it has fallen here, It there silicate of soda, or soluble glass, care in select! in other countries, wjll feel the deepest

'f- ** with which their vast armies have been to the labor-monger, North as well asm have preached a crusade against us and tho disinterestedness stands alone, iu execrable solitude, on the North ing a good-quality of magnesia and silicate being sympathy with the intrepid, noble hero Ja his

.. 'a urnruing for the, and cahI4urtlz the fullest ad- the South, and as formidable now in the former of whoso residence among is i American continent. The-new power, import tho only reqaslte of success. The profits recent sorc.trial. -

4 ndminUtrativc ability which as in the latter, we ask nationality for the open to the gravest donbt. ance and energy of the Liberal party in Spain arc immense, as will be seen. Magnesia costs i i i -
disrjavcd. The c ergy which Grant African race, and finally their undisturbed rule also works aguin%t the continuance,of slavery! in about twenty-five cents per pound, and silicate A-correspondent' of the Charleston Courttr1

'. -e s, in a degree fully equal to that of SherJtleis in tho Tropical Belt; we ask no hasty action, the colonies The Liberals ofSpain, like those of soda even.less. A pipe made of the foam says: /The late struggle unquestionably entailed -*
:tii inatemlly, however, in character but calm, equitable, just and wel-considered hc- A terrible tragedy recently occurcd in Augusto ofcverv European country, are strongly opposed of the sea,'' as smokers verily believe, costs for upon ns and oar posterity a long train of

fOUi mit t of that erratic warrior. There is nothwvou tion ; yet wo protest against retrogression in Ga. -Capt.. Hcibler, of the 33d U. S. C.- ., to slavery, and would make short worjc! of it material about five cents, leaving the balance evils. We are now only entering upon *&*

,, ,* about it. nor can it be said to be in- what has been ahcad done done." was shot and cat to pieces by three young men, had they possession of the government Even for labor. > threshold of penal experience which will bu protractcd --

I : T JiKo that of Sherman, but is i less members of the most lespectablo families in Augusta. the lwha .., into coming years. The loss of the pub-
no cffec- in the Conservative
y ')'Werman's As to the localities which may*"be considered The murder grew out of the attentionpaid party, system many : EIMOBSK.-Dad as tbe result have been in ire records of the State may be classed among

'..- ng in his energy subordinates supplies and all -that retrieves may I favorable to rogation by the colored race, are by the Captain to a handsome mulatto, who foes; and it is not unlikely that under the world tho'innucnccs in- the world making light of sia, those of brood ifrepariblo disasters.

:tinders and delays. Grant', I mentioned fHg| Hayti, and tho British Co had been the mistress..of one of the young m.m of now operating throughout which have ing over it too much have T>een worse. Ke- "la this particular South Carolina has greatly

: riIILof working scon teaches subordinates energetic blues of HolMW& and Gufeia, for whichjeliable Tho throe murderers arq closely guarded, and been favor emancipation In Spain measures in favor of gradual morse has done more harm than even hardihood.It suffered. lie Stat9 record and ether p'apsrs

.ttl. are not lloVablc. agcncicd cmt The contracts made with their trial it "progressing; in open court.-- inaugurated tho ; was.remorse that fixed Judas in an unalter- of importance arcgono forever. -.-jSorne of;"tho .
close of
llie will before the next
&.t' .btt il3iIit lic further coin- regard toChmque and the Ishmd, of A'Vach'o The evidence Is.said to be overwhelmingly; 'l- abolition consummation. year,, abla! destiny ; if was remorse which filled the districts 3rrjidon for example, Kavo. J.SCt tha : -
w1nl and to other ore not recognized by Mr. Mitchel he authorized interest be-P usbed toJhcir monasteries forages with men and women whose entire of the district ofeees.
oni cbntta ed.-
: "V* '" w traits a* clusive aa to their guilt, and thodeepest _iv. Y..Tine:. destroy
Art" might bcT11"0116'1TiwoJ neither, and they were formed withoneven t is manifested inlhe progress of.(he trial The lives became useless' to their fellow-creatnres; Titles, decdsy vills,judgments ftdd crees Bare;

i S&M i $* ***** Both affi unselfS hia knowledge; but tho British Colonienamed S Chatjanooga .Gazette .says.that the -Gencjnu ) A young colored man, of ability and good it is remorse which so rem mbera bygone faults disappeared in the flamest>f pMaiv-'iaucb}

unn'n v lUon?' r H.rould! pcrhp* b. are, ho says, dcsirou* to muster, ship amettla II received anonymous letters, warning him /the character; Richard Greener; of Boston, has as to paralyse the energies for 'doing'Ghrist's of confusion,how much litigation,ho Wmuch

)4 f,' i-k'? -l arc uxesh! such negroes as are vvijlingto fjn, nnd wl!LI youngbloodsure punished he shaU&cvcr IGcorgiathi I-favq has? entered Jtbo fre4>nwi claw at Ilapard tol- work; forwhen yon "break ft; Christian's spirit, of porp'cjinrj cmbarmsmentsv. ari
arn (do fto nitbom cost to r.n. Jff. Y Times. ye, tc'. :. it b all over with progress.-/! W.Rotertton. injustice and fraud, may not t"

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i Then and until IrlozrYC KET lti'aST-At: tho time; of the discontinuarice 'J, L. GBO.XSB, who b awaithig hu condemnation NEWS SUMMARY.John'Minor .
LIBOB IS AIABA.HA.: -Tho State \>f Alabama THE FLORIDA TIMES':\ which> had no precedent not r AT

lest in the late tm 35,000 of her liebodiedtncn.by then, did Mr. YVLU yield'pd give- &formal consent ofthe East Gulf&i adron, the!.oSceft forming for,the murder of Bluett, at Tallahassee, is rep csentcd Bona ban written another letter to Vlrginia

the sword and br disease, and from 10- Jtaclatoul. < illc, October 121h,18t35.r, that portion of Ids iron tlrould Lc temporarily taken.rTo th."":' vy Club" of Key West, voted to, apply the pro- to bean old offender against tlie laws ; ft gambler ami a adviaing them to elect men to the next Congress

000 to 15,000 were disabled, Add to this the this untiring energy'and pcrscveiancc of Mr. YCLEEu gels arising from the jale, of tho/ property, etc, to the ball t j who has l bcej accustomed for years to commit assaults who have not been mixed up ia the Ute rebellion. Any
others he them will not be admitted to the
bomber ncgiocs whose labor has been with TUB ELECTION, Florida now indebted fur every bar of Iron within bet erection of a monument in Key It cat, in memory of and defy the laws. Report say/that ho has before assures. neuCongress.

from the fields and of calculation The election for members of tho Canstitutional Convention of their comrades who f llcn during the severe murdered a whit man and a negro since hb residence iu
drawn some sort border, lead be willingly yielded to the demands of tee tttoso had
can bo made respecting the productive capacity on Tuesday last, attracted little attention and Government and at fit>at allowed hu iron removed with cpidcmica of tho Yellow Fctcr, wUeh visited the station the Suta, and two other persons in Alabama. He now of 93,227 since 1970, when it was 775,020. The Static

of tho State ogre, compared with former passed off very qu'ittly.? We doubt if there were 2,500 out objection;they would have had ample time to have dtring the war. A nucleus of twelve hundred dollars stands a fair chance to obtain the justice ho has HO long debt Is less than 20fX)0-,

earn. As no sufficient inducements can bu offered vote cast in'lhe entire State. We were at Tallahassee removed tho hut; bar from the State-the result of wfafch rras thus obtained which with the contributions of friends' defied. -lion. Wm. Graiuun was present irt a politic meet

to attract foreign emigrants, planters arc on election day and we should never' have suspected an would have been tile utter desolation pC all East Florida. 8 to be appropriated for that purpose. The inscription FtEnr ESocta ia soon expected io return from Ing in OruBgc County, NJ:'withdrew C., thff other his "day'and after
[ briefly stating'hut reasons, name aa a candidate
doing all in their power to persuade their former important election was transpiring, from any thing that E-pccully should Jacksonville bo ever thankful to him will be as follows: ,. > Mexico to luVuld Lome in New; Orleans ta resume the for tho convention.. The only obsUele-in! Gov. Gra-

blares to rcfnain at or return to their homes. was \i-dble. About SCO votes'wtTC cast and the refult far thus preserving its trade and commerce, and"giving "Krected to the memory of the officers, soldiers and of his ion. I,:+m'f path was dot his pardon had not been, received
j Tin Mobile RegititT anti AJrrrtiitr hag an artitle was favorably received: by tb
on this subject* in which the editor says : far as we could ascertain. The following arc tie mcm- bell Fcmandiua and Cedar Keys, the ternuui of his railroad '"United States, who died at this military and naval station DEBT.- On the I3t of January, 1801, according The Eiut Tennessee and Virginia Railroad will'in a

"We aro enabled to assure the planters that hero returned as far as heard from: % wcro closed. Thus was the Florida Railroad actually during the war of 1861-65. On the reverse ddei to the official statement of the rebel Secretary cf the fete days be in Knoxville.complete running order. The route U

the liberal and enlightened chief of the Frccd- Derail UuntyS1... BCKEITT.AVa nori" On the other two now open to
decorum tst patria
menVBureauin this State will with dupoilftl of its property-its iron violently taken et pro Treasury, the rcbvl debt was as follows: -Benjamin 0. Green, the poctmastcr' f Mystic,Conn.

co-operate *a -Col. TBACV. sides of the bhaft will respectively anchors debt. .-. .. . .. .. +
away, not so much.aa a military necessity aa to carry granite appear Funded . : : $207,871,000 was sontonctd to ten years in the States FrLwn_of Ilanfont

them and do all in his power to encourage and ('olwnbia-S. XiBLACK, T. T.Jialtr hlrc, : out the selfish hcheines of unprincipled men and rauskeU crossed, in bronze. Jiccrs who barn been N'on-infrcst notes .. .. . 3-157,000 WvdncMlay, for stealing between $200 and $200.

to press tho negro population into the channels -SAH'J. WILLIAVS.Siafannee itationed at Kev West, will be plc-Wd to kara that the Interest-bearing. .. ... ... 102.000,000 Jerry Townsend, wLo stole :;100,000, got only aeven

of laborious industry, lie is engaged now iu Dr. S. T. UrrreruEEr? f the Call certificates.:. .. .. .. ... .. 80CM)0UOO+ year Green KM tried before a t'n.ted States Circuit
gathering up alf negroes who have no visible FLORIDA-IT;? CLIMATE AND RESOUHCEa rift authorities have devoted to the monument square Unpaid interest .:, .. .. .. 1 B IcNlOOtN1( Court, and Tptpnsend be fore>Connecticut jury,and lhai'a ,
11rw1ord-JultltlctiAena. ff ground which formerly stood the pngoda, where Estimated for 1SS1 .1127,t lBtNr1
of and IhcniTn I'loridii abounds,in many rich advantages and rcsourL'S upon expenses the difference between United"Sutes and Connecdvet
t means support, placing government Alafhva,-W. AV, SCOTT, Col. Sre cta.: little known and Appreciated beyond her own border, :the bands of music were once accustomed to play, and Estimated expenses from Jan. 1 to May, '05, 600,000,000 justice, .
plantations hired for the purpose, where D.Tl. debts of '. . .. 87,000,000 t
1iodieon-Br. llisr LIVINUSTON. the "Navy Club." War rebel States .
also erected The U aJxiut
made to work for the of the and scarcely even there. Her peculiar geographical poeition irhich was by Charleston Jfcrevry to be repulluhfclR.
they arc support __..
Leon 1). T. HOOUE: MAXWELL.[ .o..er B. Itlettt editor ,
old, the pone and the crippled and from these -washed on the East by the broad Atlantic, and Total. .T. .. .. .. ... .?i,',150,766,000R
day Vfu. Wiw-ojf. Gull rOrrnxa.1 ADVOCMTKS OF NECRO SUFFRAGE. A law- -Tho ,vcncroWe Wi; iam J. Daanf died on Tuesday, '
the South and Weat the warm waters of the
plantations planters can draw the !hands they on by s
Putnam-ll. 11. TnAi.E.A. of Richmond: has- Issued a pamphlet iu favor of a in Philadelphia! at the age of 83. lie was Secretary of ,
fanned 1 soft sea breezes cither of jar ge- 5" We && our friends-those ale, like our Ftyle"who
wish lo employ, they are not only permitted -ever balmy tie! Trt-iuury under 1 President Jackson, and stubbornly

but obliged to accept the Direr of employment Johns JAMM MiCKi.cn.. .. the Gulf or the Atlantic=she "rue+es a salubriom climate feral franclu.se based on intelligence, and says: -. desire to sustain a good newspaper, an vrj intend refused to "remur +the deposits' of govcrninenl money
-- .v- tat! the time
on penalty of treatment x rants. Just bat littlo known,to the oufeldc wx>rld. No other Let us recognize the fact 'nray conic the TIMES to be, to take! a little pains to extend oar cir from the United States lUnk. 0d! Hickory promptly
CONSTITUTIONAL 11EKOUM. then, on principles acceptable to ourselves, -the freed- removed Duuui the
aod l place to --Roger
now there tea larger draft on this force tlif can well vonsidered article on constitutional*tfnA reform in fctttc has anything to compare with it-it Li only equalled Wen er their descendants may be admitted to this last culation. Most any of them ci: got up u club of five or whose compliance! with gave thI'rcsideatial niandute B.xTanyf wni rcvrardcd -

be supplied, buflhc system is only pmtinlly established in Italy. The iuteriori3, dotted lhi-oiihout with beautiful fight of citizenship. L> t HS, ia proof of the sincerity of ten iu a neighborhood, and obtain a discount of from 25 bv lie place of Chief Justice cf the ScprcweCourt.

in the Stator and is being rapidly ex the J-'foriJian of the 3J in.-t., j>:o.-tos that only the lakes of clear, pure iratef; many of them inland seas, his recognition, sirs at once a spirit of concession more to 50 per cent. Aside from polities, we mtcnd to gees "
Governor, Legislative Assembly and Couuty Conimls* liberal than that of the most of the original1 Free States." mA
tended. At all} cvent% our people may be :v>- others only a mile or two across-thus down to the jmnd, ciiosgh good newi and, mbctllancflus mutter each mouth troublesome bear was {shot at Xoith Ehiworlb,
that the have the cordial# aid aioners tJ.aH be elected! by the people ; and that the Judioial llEsnv S. FOOTE, of Mississippi, is still more decided. Maine the other with rendered
anted F : and support only' an acre big-J'ct all teeming with myriads of tlu % to pay a j ear'a subscription. We doter a3k all to en- day, a gun that and by
ofiicers Disti Attoineys Jxieiilw, Cleikf, Tar lie the French to the British at S. & in 1733.
of this officer m to make ; says: LouNhurgh, ,
every proper attempt finest fish. Many of cetera lakes are suiTouuded will dark our LJeas or sentiments ia all things f +tid'reslechoarse
labor available }in the culture of the soil. Co'lectore! &c.. should all be appointed h y the Oov- "For tlio reasons heretofor? given, and which I will It was tired l in the battles of Concord, Lexington and
negro hijili hills and beautiful euting to the and believe iu the n,rt liberal toleration
; scenery, prw eye opponent Runkcr Hill also at the of Castiue and "> the war
tenor, by and with tin advice and consent of the Se'iate." not row repeat, I prefer to end our troubles t once by ; serge ,
Planters arc making the bct of the circumstances and such, $"for rceidcn de.-rethe of al]! and will that the of with U traced
ol tote elegance location's": private granting the right of aulfra e. Whatever plausible objections ; but we good see 1812 Great Britain Its history back>
glitch find We arc not prepared to bow far w c migl.t in
ia they thamsclvc say go ; tea and superb mansions as aj-e seldom found--such Incatifina may be presented to this measure, for one, I prefer TiitE3 contains someth'rg that all can read With profit. for 1 li) ye n>.

.._.. .... -r-- this direction of remoing officer* of Stntc and touutyfroirf as (travelers tofortiya lands love to write about it to tlie longer continuance of the present'distressing -An old am! rmix>dalilo /farmer Iivin2 aear HiWTi : *

THE OATH OF LotALTV THE 1JiFFICt-LrT TO direct respouMibiHty to the peojile. but fmw careful Wad desHi-ibe. Here they are permitted, to remain uuiiolieed condition of uUuird.} I dcfirc tic early til-banding; of tl!,o t 3f* We have not liad time to call on-our commercial town, >. Y., war murdered lost$Snndaj, lu,oh hl 0*jjthreiJioUt.

SOVTIIERX MEMBERS OF COKOKESS.-Iu July, observation of the cfll'ds of the elective syrtt-m in armies now occupying Southern lcn twry. I da-ire *bo men and present the dins of the TIMIM, to their patronage TIft imirterer,ejicapcd: but wtthout securing
and neglected--surrounded only with their owu and restoration of teeth authority booty, end h.w iot been arested. Circumstantial
1803 a law was passed by Congress requiring regard to the Judiciary, we arc decidedly of the, <'j-iuion perfect "speedy every but we expect before long they will !lenni that and any | yet
towering pines and majestic live oaks. Witli em-h a where. 1 ducire the immediate representation: qf all the evidence i stiou;;Iyiroplijatcs a returned soldier as'tljwcrimiual.

the foBowinfr} oath of "every person elected or that it is bad. \V .- i would favor the npiximtment of the clinuic! abate a sultry night; is nerer known, and .when* Sfjitos of the South in t5e National Legislature i : : end will send in their ndrertienlenti and enable us ta r>re- *

appointed to any office of honor emolument, Judge by the Ge-vcmor to l.e 1 continued by tuo-tiirdt her citi/ens suffer Ics.-; from beat than those of New York hat ing goal rc.wou to believe that UMMO l>cncCts will out sent a comet?rcial appearance worthy the place and itent'.Tpriaing --The archives of the State cf Arkansas jincludinjf the

serif, military, or naval, or any other department of rise Senate. We would require a two-third lute of be accorded lo us until African suft'sage i is consented: to, people.COXSOLIDATIOS rube! record*, which were"caiTied'foS""wreir"the United
service the President cf the or Pennsylvania do-with such an interior, v.vre thosa 4 am prewreal| to mae the expvriccnt at ouce. Should States force. ocenpied LHtle Rock,have been found in
cf the public the Senate to t'.c! Iench! ainst
except eo HH secure n purely partiran !
facts known, how soon would this. Stttt fill! op with it fait, after a fair trial; wu.wiil be-a!> e to withdraw the circular from Lafayctts County, in the extreme southwest part of the
United States, to N it :- or political judges who might be appointed in time* wealth, elegance, and t.iete 1 1In right, with tlie full con iat of the civilized vvoilJ." or LaxnOrruES.-iy J tate, and arc now bark again in the capital. They wane

I solemnly swear that I have never voluntarily borne of high excitement and where parties were nearly equal. PeninsuU State i. Jiulfjc JAMM A. RctLEn, of Helcni', .4rlarsasaho favors the Cenerid{ Land Office, Washington, dated July 19, in a vrry damaged condition. ]' **
the positively unequallcd. -
the United States recto 1 hare been citizen resource, 1805 the Land Offices at 5t..4uuatineeartn3riL'c
arms against a As a check the Governor then would : heir State
upon wo require frcC 5L1i:e. -Colorado has indorsed the comtitution
thereof that I have aid cnuntc- Tlc man of i n I eiterprise frees on by
voluntarily given no energy =
--- r..a- -- and Tampa Ray have been closed. All bti iues3
two-thirds of the Senate to confirm.We > connected an overwhelming vote. The southern counties of the

Mace, counsel or encouragement to persons neither engaged; in would also) favor an extended tenn nnJ liberal every s-SJo rant opeiiiig, for usefulness and avenues to THE Four Ptr> Ers NAVAL EXPEDITION-: .-IJrcvet ilaj.Jen. with Public! Lands iu Florida L; hereafter to be tr.ias- Territory, which Lave heretofore opposed State orgaiiua,' ,
armed hostility thereto that I have : Bought aer
; u ealtE,. Here, on one side, fertile Crfdi of Sea Isbnlfjltou lion declined to vote at all at the recent
( M. C. MEIGS in a letter rcfeirirg to the expedition actdin Tallahassee of which M. A. WILMAh'oa been .election. The'
to exercise the functions of ,
accepted, nor attempted any pay, so us to command the best for t tnl at> In fuet, weWlieve of th'uvtry oR'v-ct of this Li that the majority for the U
the finest and State much
producing staple yielding, '
effice whatever under authority or reread t.d authority to the Gulf in 1831 and SAMCHL PAT Receiver.CHIT.CU .
any p that sound Vconomy is found in pin+ ing all eui says: pppaintcd; Register, !larger than anticipate All that Li Holt required is
In hostility to the United States; that I have not t iuldtd fcMvee and indispensable article, at present prices aa
This the first sncccssful cf the
State and Judicial i ofiivcrs sufficient salaries lo 8ure military expedition act tf Congress admitting new State into the Union.VilI5am .
a voluntary support to any pretended government, from .*1OP to &1500 per kind engaged in its culture, war, originated with Mr. award L'ntil it Failed, theUuHi.MSiatcsh.id CcsrnorErsIIy the! religious notice otRev. '
authority, power; or constitution within the United Stateshostile'or them against the necessity of resoriiiu: ta "ptrqu>itea" declined fortieses aitdiuivxrs -\ Mark, of Manchester, 11., received by
bt'sidc.s enough provisions to at least s'ifiicc him a year. everywhere; Mr. SWAIM, which appears in our paper to-d y we the slip Goltondtt, which arrived at Boston }londa
thereto on
inimical nod I do firt.cr! that
; HWOOT to enable them to meet but have }
expense. we not !h had been lost He carried me to the President,
to the beat of ray knowledge and ability I will suptort; Sli<)rt cotton jielJs about the same. On another side, he ha the President discover that our MethodLit brethren are not yet united from Calcutta, a white sacred Brahira cow, a lot of Pat t
time or room to fUbdratc this quetio.i. ll'u iinport.int urily( sn erg thought ought to FCC FOia
and defend the constitution of the United Suto?, ie. -ees }fitlds of. the finest tolucca-almost peculiar to Hoid.i of the younger officers, and not co-ut gale wits men in their efforts top cad the gof pel. 1S'olope they may nah goats, some Hindoo sheep,several Ganges geese and
and we cre-gbd tos'-e it bio.icl.ed iu the East India tijcr.
p perattheiy They are deigned for his
This was the oath which tho wcmber of the capitol. -which commands high pnecs and grows will.- who, if war broke out, could not mount a horse. Whentlie yet compare notf s in a chri-jtian s-pirit and bridge the in ManchudUr, on the errimack,where he baa the )park
last and which the Large foi turn-* have been repeatedly made from its cul l're.-dent struck! out of the instructions prepared f>r large '
croong Swaisr
Congress were required members ---s. a ---- ; gulf which slavery opened them: Mr. we eA pri vutc collection oaf rare animals and birds in rho Unl-
of tho
of the new Congress will be required 40take. WITHDKAWN lure, when it only commanded one-fourth or une-Cfti it the commander expedition, the authority to declare know woalJ not M an unkind or unchri>timtkirj'jandhe; ted Stiles. "<,.<* -
MILITARY 1'ROTIXTIOX BE li martial law at Key West and on the Gulf coa t, II r. Sdf
The question recurs, will the two houses, As oaf after another of the rcg1mcn of Federal troops i indent juice. How much more lucrative iu growth Sewnnl induced him to restore it. The autlior'tics cfFloriJa would give the right Iinnd of fcllowsliip to all good brethren -rhformation has beentfccived of the death of two ,

or cither of them, consider the President's amnesty uo+v : had ia February arrested and hold me to Iw'il; for none the less tlwt he has come but recently from the nuariocaries in Turkey, Rtv. Edward Dodd and Rev. llo-
withdrawn from the ftote? nn3 from '
arc discharged: the of the Yankee! fislunneij of the Tord mfr B.urtlett: lfo,;,,n. The former died of cholera and
all rights
as wiping out offences connected with Iu another direction he sees va.-t-unbroken f<>rc U of defending "
North. Wo the ; Elder and "Father
the E iitt3ce l our citizens trust Trtoidlng the latter of typhus fever.lien. .
question + frequently
< among the unconstitutional of Florida
the late rebellion Jn event it would the finest tinberfft iu North America for the kanlx'r tub again.st a }
any "
ap "arc we t>> be abandoned by tbe Federal Government and J Shc'rifT; : the recession Gan flew o\cr the cu ton-hou-ic Swatu" mar }ct, sec eye tocyc" aad for the, peace of Popa has mode a general reorganization of the

pear that there must be some modification of left, iu the miJst, of the diBorganiitionproduced by the of various kinds the markets of the! world, and ehi ciulythose at Key Wc.st,'within inuiket-shot of .Fort Taylor. Hut society we could/ wls'i they would unite their dirts "to Department of tlic Missouri.KxStnaUr .

this oath as a preliminary step to the admission of South and the West Indies nest dc- the declaration of martial law which! followed
America on '
audderi change from share to free labor, to our own resources restrain some of the trolun d brethren"who in the excels Jolin C. Brcckenridge, and Gen. Riplev,
of members from the South, and upon this i sue >end:! for supply! Witliia theoc fore-t+, 6treMan from our arrival in the Uulf, Judges, Sheriff, Clerk raid Maor of their zeal hltve lately 1xcn acciUomcd to of Cijrlcston, S. C.,were ia Quebec on the 14th, the latter
and without the disorders which religious
protection fled from Key Wefct to the main Und and the
we alirely time the thresh prventloynl hid to
may expect upon very one cud of Florida, to the other untold mines of wealth on way Kngland.
make hid.' with insane
old of the : Y. Herald. must necessarily attend! such a violent and radical tranition ?- Piw isionul Oovcrnor of Florida wad elected Mayor di-.tuib the peace oni night ot3
new Congress. -The St. Louis Democrat that
1 lie dormant the of andor.tcrj.tise. says the htiusc'of Judge
?" now only awaiting man industry of Key West,and that important pod returned to iualle- Loa''.tngs.
>. --- f. iTmi --- -iance." Wright, in I'helps county, Mo., who with four of hw soar
EMIGRATION ENCLIHI FACTOBTHAKDB. The black and white population! of the Ktitc: arc not far {, wa3 recently shot by a dttachrnent of Militia detailed by
OF He vi.si.g the coasts and islands of the Stile, and there yy':1 triend advises u3tLataar strictures: in relation Cul. Boljcocke to take them to RolLi
from equal in numbers. The former has been aecuAtom- wan a rendezvous
The Inman The Albania! reconstrution convention after
steamship C5T a
Kangaroo, strain untold wealth may+ be had in catching and preparing t<3. the repa: f cite railroad by the government have for bn-iiHhiickera, and nothing less than a 'ortre.w on asmall
ed the restraint and is
to most
arbitrary holly unacquainted
which arrived at this lat Saturday from debate ordinanco
port warm nnauiinonsly paned an declaring scalu bee loop-hoed! and otherwise ,
for market the immense shoals of fide which pJinost been con+trued to mean opposition to the return of the ng arranged
Liverpool, landed over one hundred nod fifty with the responiibilitics and duties of freed JHI. the secession ordinance null and vcii. The ordinance defence. Some of the sons had been engaged in recent
check The creeks and rixcrs-nearly equal to tlw tMa iron romovcd rebel ,,rir from the Florida Rail,
artisans and factory hauls from Kngland and Ireland The latter has been bred to the excrtii of de-;,alit power rccogiiuing; the destruction of slavery, and pro'vidln by ant mar L-73 of Union men, ;ft 1 tides of whose personal propjty -
jn.ickerel. No const utters such inducements for Hslierie.sis Road. We "can't sec it." bat to quiet such apprehension was found on the premises and admitted MrYright *.
and knows of the and by
who come to seek employment in theprcat notling practically privileges that hereafter the institution shall not cxiat in the/-'lute,
does flail of Florida. i we7ili here mina,k that no person would d. more \ to bare been brought there by one of her seta
manufacturing contras of the l\'ewInnlaud iieccsMtics: of free labor. The firM inquires a jinn ndminutration -
Tlirce of
three vote the
Stock of every kind-horse?, cow?, sheep, and l.ocsJo'we'l. was only opposed by negative; to advance the i KUitc.o, and aid in developing tho rapidly increasing Of authority, to prevent liberty from running lately rebellious States have now acted in coavcnti&u on tri-ti tliey miule a nuh to escape, and were shot down.A .-
commercial interests of the Union. Stock owner's arc frequently innt with, who, a resto:ciao than we. Sl'r believe theliiglissi interest of Kolla
into license. The last requires time and experience to thtirsccefssioa orJinanee, Iifiapii aud .41bamade- telegram! from Aug. 29, says that OoL Babcocke

Those people conic from Manchester, ]trad ford, overcome the I lij'e lung habits of arbitrary authcrity and fow years ago, owned but a few. Xow, by cl.He attention t their uition that those ii.-tninicnt3 hat] the State and the people demand the speedy repair of all area hid entire command: have been exonerated from all
daring by ; :sere
Iluddcrsficld and 15elfibl, and arc destined fur ctainuatc it to iti uc\t relaUu:.!>. a nl care, they own tens of ihoiuuidiworth, hundreds our road and their extension to the southwest. Let not U&me in the matter, and Col. B., who had been placed

Lowell, Lynn, Lawrence, WaltTiaui and Boston, In addition to flan there is a deep rooted pn juJi'-e and of thousands in gold in the Havana matLet.0e any legal or binding effect, wYile SnttllCamliaa, appirtntly oar friends be' over jealous i.: "1 iri>?,taJaartic'.t racai.tan under art eat*, WAS .released. .
in the l.u-l Fbadunr of
still clinging despcratii-i to -SS ro. I Johastm of B,-azoria Texas Lu
bfaKyacluscttsl'rurideucc Rhode Island and man of energy and otitorpris, looking in another thing eUe than a eiuipLiint agaiiiit the rr-
: hittcrnc of of the and U 2isalUndirg ; povcreiner.tfor
out >
K feeling growing war e < her favorite dogma, Fe nicd to consider hew a legitimate cjntly been ia W* bington-oa a visit to"hid brother, J'
New London, Connecticut. They era of a rep uppuinnuentd it, which i5quire time and re- direction, sees the case and abundance with wluch veg4 f-tatiite, and therefore formally repealed it. The AlaLmma not repairing oar nii'rondn we could not discern it President of the United tater, whom he tool previously

ctablo class, fairly educated; industrii and siruint; to overcome and cljliteruie. The man who has Ublcsof c\t-ry kind may Le prorated, and ready lormaiket : -ern onlroneo.. at their nxitliet' clpati-lrf>il, suce ISTWiUiant -.
fail of hope for the future in consequence of the been in lii.efforts inst Uic end inontlis before the Set and frost lure rocUcd any aapa..ednnonluntc drthringnntl'sad (lets Farr. .a x3, rU't., of TrJLihacc, has been u four ycawolJor than> the I'rrsidtnt, bring 65
.Miiccrc :ig govemmer.t void all ol'tSe twcessi.in
rery encouraging reports which had reached ft-oin the gardetis of die North.He proceeding; convention and appointed Collector of the Port of St. Harks. Mr. T.WM yean of ?tre, is a c-irpeoter by trade, and un.rornprumi L>-
sacrificed his e-ncrgils his domestic peace in the v.j t all amendments toads by U to the State constitution ugly opiwwd to slavery-, but does net billet in giving
theta from tome of their assfciates who precccd- makes inquiry about oraige. le.ion, gni Ied{ &e. one of the citizen* of i'loridn, who n"Per yielded to
CbtitblLh l his hold alu the the! bulot.! On this latter
attempt to fi'cuhm to +i'fx, naturally which: scalier with the constitution of tlie United States.a nogrocs : question hifgayrr
i ed them to our shores. feels sots to fee those slave? w long sal jeer to his will, He is told that, with care and attention, the orange t UelJUw --- ... a. ----- the erase of the rebellion, but maintained fcw integrity ', Andrew would not give me any definite information as to

This feature of the European emigration morment c'.l-?o does the lemon. At three years from the "buiP thruulontifmetimes at the hazard of Liilife. Wo are what he intended to df+." William was a strong opponent
placed beyond LU control lie naturally too feels'bittcr'affmnft I'traaat3tTLcre to IK exiitcineutiu
; orj' seems ? an increasing -
rs very impoitintjust )o\v-important to they liegin to btar, and, At 10 f era after, prodace from glad ti see Lhn the cipier.t of the confidence of the aclinii&traliQn. of secession, and two of hfo sons were soldier in the
those who have thwarted has purports and regard to,this organization "for tbe liberation national array.
England," which loses ao many valuable subjects, ;O.N; ) to fiiOO, each tree, worth frost one to ileac cents ,
bw fubmis ian to this urn order of thin of Ireland and if were credit the stories which
United" compelled C s.- ;; we to -tit:a lime since the Treasury Department ordered
and iirtportant to the States, which rcecircs each- iOO tre ca acre. Where on earth is a little
He human and chafes under his r.eceshitics. 1U! per arc afloat should th.it the'touitruction of flxhteam revenue cutters for the .
new wo suppose England gas on the Lk s
Bctairr the member elect tia! Convention
such infusion of skilled labor at f Judge tu
an a moment 8d well
and attention bestow -so re- .
cure so profitably Tb' contracts for two of them
were awarded to Perk
white neighbor, whu has opposed him, and his black cer- eve of a bloody conCSctVith tiie fvtdm tidier of the
from flee county is tlie aUet( of
when about to complete uin> lawyers i !
we are earnestly war Jed ? On every tidy he aces lvantagcs and rcsoiir- ng Kirbjiof, BaTao.: Work was coaimcnceij on them in t
,rant, wlio eervcs him no longer, both umrc his onitutr and L'st! K.mi'lii'n known JIB IVninnq.. They are uiiil to and } 1361 and has
with tbo vataggrandized And senior manufacturing cedl hiih would fill volume toduscrilK'. 1Jttdamaz rl the state, he will take a commarwlinjr positbn in the March progressed aa rapidly as circumstances
+ a
and trading power of the world. excite has mati lily. 1 1 ia not for lii.s iatere,nor for tlc' ncccjaible full "of uunLrr'nUOJ, in this co'iutry ; 2*>0,000 in IrtlanJ, Con+eution. Ho was fonneily an old whig, and re.'i ted would permit, and in a few days marc the two niters '
that rich aland
to know so
-.- ......a good of the State, that he be at once left to himself..Not -- so eo recounts and 5/A)0) Li the British onny-to have purchased.,eight the scheme of the scccssIonL-'ts to array the state agiun t John Xhtrman and H'wi. Pitt Fesc>tJei* triJt: t* iaromniL
and 1 has ben to lie dormant ion and
permitted Lake
advantages, doing duty on Erie. Both rc&irl
DEMAND FOF.SOL'rIIERTtsinln IN TIIE LivSRPOOL that he would ajraia plot rclKi.imi ngidnst hid government M.iny mouruiug the desolation which now ocean steamer, immense quantities of arras, and even the Union, until resistance was ift- vain, when he retired l are of the sauna and the following dimensions: Lentrtb

hiexs>:r. -The Savannah Herald has ,but that he would be unable to await the action ion; forward with pervades secured the engraving of bouds for tlie new Republic.Kow .- frcm the; controversy. He will give good service to the 180 feet ; team 20 feet; depth of hold, 11 feet. The''

beenfnrnishcd with the following extract from of law or be content to sec Iu i former prerogative1 infringed -' our country, : dwpair, seeing we don't believe this, but there is tufiicient ia it_ to C'niuncausean the!, remoJwliiiiijviJ ftAu-titutiaa on tliet engine* were Lit by )FIctuher; Harrlsou & Co., at the

a letter from a Liverpool Merchant to las friend without rcfei.-.Uncc. no tiling but eels nuJ want in store lor in. Let them :alarm Mr. Butt and throw him into plans to gnanl againrtii.TUption Iasis t of freedom Nortli River Iron Works, of Sew York;and are pronounced
bhike off this lethargy let them clothe! themselves with the finest pieces e-f mechanism the
in that city; It will be found of interest to The slave, newborn to freedom, E3 i cl.ted with new, of his dominions* If attempted we have no The cngbcs have eatLa48-Each Under on western with 9 feet waters

those engaged in"the lumbar business : but crude nnd undefined hop.*. Ignorant and animalized energy, indubtry, and confidence They possess the fihca'tiiiott )lope, or fear, that the rebellion would sueed-indeed tifThe govcniment iteaiuer Si. J/iiry'j rctutn-:dto of pi-.tun. The hailer is 9 feet shell,and 33 feet in length.stroke

LIVERPOOL, Sept 1C, 1805. by the naturc-of the reUtions Las sustained l ; misled t,!st, land the sun shines on ; 'and, if they do k mutt fail, as Ireland only numbers r.bout 6,000,000 our port to-day fitted up ;in fi..e style! ind will hereafter The blower engine has a 12-inch cylinder and 12-incb

The demand for pitch pine timber here would by false friend elevated by false hopes and excite*] not mace u=c of it, others will. In a few morlhs a tide population to England and Scotland 22, COW., be one cf the most attractive of the militar} trcnsports. stroke of pktoa. 'The wheels arc 25 feet in diameter and;

of emigration will begin to set into FloriJa whiih will! ""*" 8 feet face. The engines coat about 55,000 cach and
be large if there wcfc stocks of good wood.- by the disorder around him; Leis liable to commit di.-- ---- 3 r.JACKSOXTILLK---- 1 ,-
ustotush t'.ie: world. Fiutorie and vilhw willpi fj/f n"e agaift beg indulgence for delay in our i is atc; the boats complete without armament ?16(>,00d each.
ing up October 9th 1665.
Several vessels Imrelvccn chartered here to proceed orders and even crimes-to invade the rights"nf{ others ,
a :otig *ts, and our people will then see developed; l the To the "Thrift Knit "' we took a run into the interiorthe locomotive "gin -TI Alabama Convention passed an rrovtdne
to Savannah for cargoes of timber, and and infringe the laws of society, lie requires the U MC: Kdlioro/tht *: Alabama
rich resources and advantages i+hid, they bare a'.loued! eout," and ne were detained two days beyond our time; that all[ deb'cEtatrd: by the Sta'e of in
A in of the 5th
of well timber with} soutfd Silt
good lengths squared presence of power to protect hl.ii against himstlf figi.i.t l p.iragraph appeared your pjiper aH of the bite wa\ directly or indirectly ;'declared
in the meantime our "b s3 jour" went on a "bu>t, so are
ends mil be t. to remain undeveloped. The more tlmt; come,the better rsst., flat colored soldier- shot dead by void 1 nod that
on good regnr Uccuse and t ilcmorallzation vvll as agaiiist those who st.itiar! a aa 'uo tlcneral Assembly of the State-shall '

Staves, too, will be needed. They} should be seek to abridge his rights; as a freeman. 1 far all. Our highly; .favored land ran sulpoamd enrich: one cf the guarJ of Regulars on Sunday night, lit inst"It Re''fnil to comcct ; have no aiitlHjrity to ratify or assume to provide for their

only of rrkile oak (red won't do,) 54 inches long, + a population from its innumerable resources vihichwiil; statem.T.t of tLis sort left uncontra4icted it < rt o p-:ynknt.*- The L'unrentrotr;al3odcaded to submit the
Every cotunt'iuu of sound policy! as well cs Eatery a were The first number of the Flond-i TtMrs, made its a-nt-adra'cnts ta the constitution
pppenrance to
wide and less than fic rally ator.L: not only themselves but the world.i a popular roM Tb-i
b to 6 inches not 1 inch iiBghtlKj the: means of engendering an unfriendly feeling llrr.o ITorKisos SoutS
nQ east violence and bloodshed, requires that an armed .. on the 8th; instT- & 1'ropMe- Carolina Co'nTention Las adjtwiraed, after mc:3
thick on tho thincst edge, and if both edges military force iVouU Er 1, retained among; us until all tlassoIxscome --- a between flu troops stationed here. tors. The Times is well edited, sound li doctrine, ft ell .harmonious sexton of fifteen du y s. They have repealed
could be dressed down to the thickness ('Of1AC ::1raTInY WJTII BjuziL.-Qa the 28th ult. the printed: and the largest publiihed in the aGts- the ordinance of scecaoion aboltshed
same bi-ttcr acquainted with the new t-tata of things. (. -4. guard of Regulars did arrest n col ircd soldier on the"night"ol paper slavery, rfjualJzi-d,
they will bo so much the more valuable. teani'.T Costa Jitcc, a vessel of 2,500 tons bti,then, left ( The smooth, clear, concise and classicd style cf tl,e editorials the ,t-,.resrnf +tion of the Sanatc and taxation tbs uzh iitI r +tI
Oct. 2'1 not until he lad fired' two
Monday lUt
It is our oiriy security until the St tc u tlTorowglily.reorganized we confe wsstuita refreslJ" area its criti- the Scat the
-- Ifcw York for Rio Janeiro, being the j foneer VCSEC! cf loaded I % giving election of Governor and l'residett;
and our courts nid ciiil government pc *Ki tlie r shots and lad his muakct a tlu'nl! time, with what t> advices to the lid, nit. the new line Itetwcen the United ?tatca andthe a:>>irs
oaorr-European are reecired. -
to enforce "law and.order.'" olject it is impossible to say, ns he was r.t the time "binder well Wade1S'c wish the propriet'ow abundant success.UeralJ. itrc l>y t-ira roe, indorsed the :Administration ,oani-
power of Brazil The Costa Rica will tWli+ en route nt Ft.'homas tnnstr
John Bull lui at last been fairly feared out of all By military farce, we do not saran an undisciplined tit influence drink and.appeared quitc" excited, lie ilirectadcommL: ion to submit a code to the
pro? W. and Daliia., It > Iuture for tlje
T.,1'ara, : : was 'TLank'auGixnIihcrcaonrlat! gi< ; protcctionnof the colon-d population.
priety by the Fenian movement, and is making as great military mob, who cftitra, c the civil rights of hc people called upon a i>:,rty of colored soldiers, but they very properly The ouvent'.oi: tins alw 'uppoiated aconmiit-e inter
he intention of the new to have purchased the to -
a hubbub as If a hostile army of two hundred thousand social order end moral aint but well company declined interfere. He was tart to the GuardHouse between ruc with the President on'bchah
and Violate :
men bed already landed on h'w hhorfc. Geu. Fir Hugh rest ; a iron etcanicrs Mc'rrimac und Misfi ippi for the line; but .. t3"The mails this and Tallahassee.now. go of Jeff. Davis and

Rose, who fubdaed the Indian rebellion try fhootinj the 'organized and well officered force, who respect the rights after a careful i i screen it was found that it wculj rciniro npparcntly uninjured. through in chorge'of CLARK EVAX?, a miliUry guaid, detailed and cicr members rebels "of ow the in limbo.Legislature The takes election for Governor the ISih ,

Fepoys from the muzzle of gun, ia In command of the of all, and uIToid protection to all parties ulike without too great on outlay to fit them for the service,tjjcrc- Your insertion of flils coR-oction will oblige by Gen. FOSTER, who E is a morn trustworthy man, of October. James L.rr nominated place for Governor on ,and

our British Dublin troops correspondent in Ireland, and estimates has under at him nearly a force which regard to preconceived opii.ions or thew ies.. Such a force, fore, they have determined to build three firatAlasSfitcamcrs r A JlEaBEB OF THE Gl'AKO.J and who we hope will cn&urv the publw agointt the ir it U understood thjit GOT. Perry *ill t be sent to the United

seventy- we bclie\o ia our only guaranty agsin.'t violence and' We did not attach any blame to the guard in regularities which have heretofore oo urrtd. States Senate.
four thousand mca A sweep baa horn made ulna| the at once, and if the pationage trill justify, to

office of an unhappyDublin ncwKjmper, gwpectcd of Fccianlsm bloodshed while passing from anarchy to good govern valid tbi-cc facet, making six in all, bo as to form a i-eim- mentioning the fact above rcl .rred to. We suppose he Secretary 11;tiles tars down Lu platform on the ne-'

and twelve or fourteen prisoners, lutsterioudy attar line States did but his duty in shooting the disobedient and drunken )'Col. Joss S. SAMMIS, whom friends presented fo- fire Huffrage! qeatiun an follows, ia reply to an inquiry
The and Urayjl have
stated cot to oompoatorR, we ntecta cd. X oriel more ninthly Upicd grnntcd the fatal l have the best the Convention, declined"to run and gave liis.influcnce Voni ;a friend in Connecticut: '
soldier. Tbat shot! was we authority
important haul was made subsequent, when the police OCI:1t:411JI0SPS. a subside of fSOO.OOu for t.e currying of the mail?, Ea Eichaif.of JnJgC BCRUffrT ;.. --r ,-., lvtarrr rbercpf- t; $

came across a live American captain with document end To complete our magnificent of Internal Improvement and rf i-s expected that brazil, Montivideo; and liucii'isVjres for ussecling. Though he nmy have been taken .-..- r favor tclligcnce! not color, as the qualification for

a uniform In l>b possession.. The l'i ivy Council had been j-jm-ia will.rant auuthcr r fiX, nJ for the extension of I to the Guard House ariparenfltf uninjured,"he died within 'The refu.sr.1 of Connecticut to admit iha colored suffrage in Connecticut. GIDEON 1 ELLES.
olcmuly convened to decide what U to lc* done with the throughout the State will, as heretofore declared.4 firs minutes misinformed.
phoncaa. British war vctscU hoar around cverv por be.one of our prime object ? The welfare and be line to the lost named hinterao] that on unbroken or-we--are .4..ia --- pop+dution to sufcYage by a majority of many thousaudj!, -The Jullowing States vote, on negro eufirajce thin

lion ode Irish coast at which An invading arnr could prosperity of the Sr te on the chain of steam communication will be established bew 1 is a pointed commentary upon the' demand, that' the- year: CoTijjecticnt tial election Monday October 2 ;
mainly depend repairing
"CATTLE ix FLOUIUA.- ha3 generally supposed Wisconsin Minnesota and Iowa atthcirrrJnla '
been jclrciiou.
e+Sect a landing, and Donald McKay, the shipbuilder, has uen Xew York and the city of Buenos Ayres.- Theirazilian'govcrnnient Southern States shall enfranchise their degraded and ,15- 5
and of and dismantled but
Urea GllL+l in consultation by the Admiralty with the reconstructing our dilapidated that lire Leavy dratsmade; ujwn Florida during the war for norant black population. The question was, scp-arately-Totjj'J upon ufColorado N
with whom the United States Las tha rruIt id kuficn. -*"
view of protecting British harbors by torpedoes in case railroads, and thereby enabling the industry and-cntcr- beef supply the rebel army had nearly exhausted the not

of war. At the latest date the excitement ,and arrests prise of our.f late to tied its way to seme cf our best sf a always been on the mast friendly/ terms, offer very great stock of Cattle. That such h apt the case a run into tlie 'Devm JOXES, Esq., has been appointed Post Master --The A'ew Ere, published a Fort Smftb, Ark., says:
continued. inducement, to emigrants and on ngent lias out to "Quite a number of the Ei ;,itecnth IOWA.boy?, lately
ports; now dosed., -Wo already see and foci the Bcrioua gone interior on our railroad.1+, and an observation of the cattle at Lake City, and DcgCA* CAHSCO, E cq., at TallaJ2 mudtcnd
A plot to assassinate the French Emperor on his way oc.ito lands for thirty fumilies from the Stale of Alabama out, returned hither a few duya ago, and report
to or from his recent Interview with the Queen of Spain, inconvenience, to say nothing of actual losscfi, ,Fiistained of Tliemail that everywhere abound in the woods, will show. And 1a33cc. moro,curaing., This is precisely what Arkansas newts-+
have in the cotton.
at Eaa Sebastian, U stated to have been discovered. A by the country fur the want of railroad facilities: in ship alone. They mw raiding BO abundant are they in Southcro Florida that contracts a heidthy, influx 'bf jenterpii-injr, energetic men from

'" near relative of Ondnl b raised up in .the affair.- The ping the produce of the country to a market. With all facilities which this line gives our merchants is reckoned ban been made we understand for tho shipment of 1000 J'The importations of dry goods at New York since abroad to assist in building the desolate 'places in oot

Queen of I Spain insisted upon accompanying her guc tsen the industry, energy and ability put forth l>y the officers on as being one, of tho greatest benefits of the age, head per week for several weeks far Lfavnna at $17} per June amount to twelve and a half millions of dollars more land. All of tho Western and several of the Suutitera*
their return, so as to share their nska.Cbo' 03 heretofore air letters for that portion of South America States are making every effort 'attract immigration ta
than the of the time lost
notwithstanding Its reported backward movement of the Central Railroad running to Jacksonville: net cr- Some of"the head 1n oIJ.-At Smyrna or Indian Rivcr on the Atlantic importations rant ',+* year. their respective State, and Arkansu.with resources and

was creating great havoc In France. The Mayor tliclcfc the utter inability( cf one road to do the transpor* were obliged logo fla England. manage coast also we ore informed that shipments arc being ,. iuditcemcnts V<|n a 1 *\* those Vft pax**th er. *kV* V tr e ht to,
Marseilles had summoned the physic-Una together to tatioaflbrthe whole State Is apparent It is more than men!of tbo la'c Atlantic Mail S. S. Co. have bccomc.connccted mado at J15 per head. '. ,t.tt all the stations on the Roil Road between this and will Lave her share of iC"

coniult what was best to be done and the. jnlmliiunts with this new.Une. and Tallahassee, large quantities of cotton are awaiting
thousands and
can be'expected of any oueroad. Mauy ---M I I.m ---- -11'e learn from the Xew Orleans Delia that.Fresl
ware fleeing from the city panie-etricken.-N }:Jl rald ----+i ... fmif37 -- fled Th'o
tens of thousand of dollars' worth of nova! stored, lumber Ltxnea.-Onpassing(paldwin recently noticed some transportation to city. present means ofrthe dent JoLnson has jppoiated J. Jfaduon Wells Pro viaenal -.
Jlcfcrring td tho heavy purchases of goods lately Rail Road Compaqy arc entirely Inadequate to tlie da- Goveraor of Loni.iaoa. The Delia thinks; lhatn_ >*1n-.
&e. been formonths awaiting
timber, cedar, Ac., Jiave tenor fifteen car loads of lumber which had come upon
Under date of thcl4th inst CoL-Tlioinas made for the Southern market, the Ualtimore American. ,mandd for both cotton and lumber. of the State Concentiog can be elected in thirty rfays,aaJ
'r"eedmen's transportation to Jacksonville, and continue,to aecumulatc. the Florida Road awaiting transportation to this market. iha San election for r/whibers of Congress, mcmbcis of

Assistant Commissioner of the r Bureau Thus our' people are lying out of, the use ol says: .. We asked why the same engine which hauled trop there the Legislature and State officers on take place balers
for that Many arc compelled by their necessities to buy largely 'We "ncknolvle e the corn" to friends of
tbe State of Mississippi, reports 81 money much"needed, and without guy Immediate pros- could not take it to Jacksonville and were answered that our ;November, and hopes that United Sueea Senators villb*
plantation*, embracing 13,500acrcs, are leased; theTuturo. on credit, and though the tellers ore yet averse: 'Jo trauaadlions the Florldian. We did not intend to misrepresentthein, sent to Washington In time for the milting of Congrew.1i& .
pert of a better state 6f things b ; not upon cash Lute, the etrcumstanccs are inch th Companies could not obtain the privilege to pass
br the frcedmcn in the Statca of Louisiana and the extract in question+n. credited without thought
Tho railroad running to Fcrjundina, during*the last on to warrant ,every accommodation that can bo rcasonuTiltf their trains over Jhis road and inasmuch as the Jacksonville -- \ demand for all ttnJ* of labor at St.
2licsiscppL! while} 120plantations.cons'uting of extended From kiTtv f A iilnr tv ffiva fu the that it belonged to another,
extent Paul Minnesota is far in of the
year of the war,.was i literally detpotied of, over twenty road is deficient in stock to bring it, in, it-iraicom, excess snppljv-
2,600 acres, arc leased by loyal whites. About of tho Indulgence usually asked,and this in return for the The St. Paul and Wihotia liailway.adrecttac for
miles of iu, Iron by scheming officers of the to-called shorn to settle old debts and to polled to remain there while cue citizens are (in great of been withheld
disposition has
one-half of the land leased to white lessees have apply to, y'Our supply paper on account 500 the anJ'Str Paul anti Pacif'Jo
been abandoned owing to the overflow of the Confederate Government, who, when every other means present operation.! cyery dollar available geucrally ac need of lumber for all purposes. This"ought not to be. of an extraordinary temporary demand which ab men ; Superior

that he believes had failed them, bad recourse to brute force, and in pen corded. The feature in these renewed transactions, between Some omicabl* arrangement should nude to enable this sorbed the of factors. herefore havt ti> Road want men, horses, v agnn& and carter
.Mississippi.] Col. Thomas says Northern and Southern business meats more agree. supply our Jjj Tho Mincsota Valley and Central Road want

he will yet find it -necessary U> withdraw many violation of every law and principle of, right or justice, able than tbo honorable anxiety which bos thus far ren \anelac" oonie in early fall back 'on,,such as wo. can .& K* the State until men to lay track, and carpenters arc wanted to

of bit officers for want of military protection, so and despite tbe untiring; 'unwavering and tclf-sacrifidnj displayed on the part of tho latter .to'comp'viulse iavor- -" ".' another arrival fror i err York.- complete two large hotel which are commenced

Irene arc the lanter to Qpnforming to tho freer efforts of ita 'rcbldcnt--(he lion. D. L. Yciix-to prevent ably, or even"to pay dollar for dollar, their old debts. TO'BS lIcsTEWO OcT.-TheSd-Regiraent U. S.'C.T., and several dwell and. blocks ufstoresiaprocess

,. Jabor The organizalion of tho Militiain (it, Never did man struggle harder,iron} untiring* Col. BAKDWELL. la nplq being gathered here preparatory FEMALE Exloa rtor. Tho steamship Continental of ings

the system.StaU fins created >a greater panic tmongtb ly, for nearly three years, to save bis road to.the future t5?'We are under obligation to Idetc n. Ana k 4tsn to embarkation for Philadelphia to bo mustered out. It about to' sail; from New York, with 700 young ladies as erection

frcedmen than action of tlj Federal or VK and benefit of hit State, than did Mr. Textiut all HAWK, of the Floridian, for the paper jf our present-isEUO. has acquired.. an enviable reputation for discipline and efficiency emigrants.toSl'ashingtonTtrritory. They go out undercharge --Tho loss Ly the late destructive firo ou the

la CoDfcderate aulhoriUoa.any Itnil| do more to nopurpoee,, Tie most toltm rfltnjaittpftiu.Cwrt It was manufactured in >uKccsh" times and for ,' and iu departure wu1 be more generally regretted of Mr.'Mi&CKa,from that Territory,to find homes line ofthe EasHUver New York city amount to.

Co dUturb t the relation} of tbo freedmen to the were treated with open contempt by the >mcers of tie <"eceeth" us ,'Dni will be none the lees acceptable to our than} if Its character bad been less respectabl? ,Some; and husbands-leaving New England where females are over s OQOeo,4 Insnrcd fqr about$2,000,000.. ,

.wbitosjof Ibe Stale than aajlbbg thil has jet to-called ConTedente Government IU writs met with readers thatjit Is used for belter purpose, We bnpe ttreciprOMtf oflts most efficient officers,'Ve arc glad to know, intend in cxcoaa, to settle where they will be better appreciated Several city insurance companies lose vcryhcav*

bees dwe4 toed beyonels asd its officerj beaten (back by a milituydtfpotfcm the fivocof our fneadstf thejFlori iirn, to roans amt tsSc'np tbclr rcsHentc la the jaare" and are more needed. w I"ties '




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J _JJTie Ueited'Statc* Vice-Consul of St. Pentci -'The volume laanufactnrcs now being prepared -j pkgi; Total since Jaa. I, 1865. 19 pkga.; *une tanaia connecting route --:i----------- ? -
tlicrc is .truth ia the 1861 time ialBCS so ran. Lef Cleamter Harbor ifoaJjy at 6 a n ; with tba abort guarantors sad knows UMX%to bs araofed7
that no l.OTttpkgs. same
% rcJ'O'i at the General Land and Census office, ; ; 2,077 pkga.; Leave Feraaadiae daily, except Suadav. or datlX0.43p.M .
Arrivo at Baypurt same day,tt AtsenaQtieTuday and sUe Wma&e gued theirguarcatce.The
time In 1862 ,
Rass same 3,409 pkgs.; eametlme ia 18C1. 1- I
fr iu
conecrningthej a ] 860
P rcprescuts that there were 3)98 catabHslimcnts ; aad at Lake City"Thursday by 4
232 tine in 1800 6O5Z pm.
pkga. tame
r'; jeAc Knng; nothing more nor less than tbe in the soatlieru States for the saving ; pkgi.Intheprementunsettled5tateofthenmEtetit i* Impossible Arrive 7.13 at Baldwin by 3.45 p.m., at Gainesville by 6110 From Li City, by Suwaaaee Shoals aad Beaton, above eert Icaie mat tart axed! la li a ftTSMjimt

j pboiJ (c' of Inmbcr, an'd employing 15,324 males ntid to give trustworthy quotation* for every kiadtif Lease Cedar p. nx,Keys and it daily Cedar Keysby 11.15 p.m: to Blouat's Ferry, 33 mile,tad back,coco a *. *. revenge stamp, cncIIedarhe law 1 11XSSCCTIC53 rtquirct.

1 OVOtJATSI3'! of Frcc-lmcn at Shrore- 321 fcnyiic shave hand Tlie total capital in- cotton goodii. *t 4.30 a. m; except Sunday. or daily* Leave Lake City Wednesday at S ta;
?flie Attire tt Blount's Ferry by 6 ra. TouiDDSES AXDCi FOSflASTh1.
The demand for Brown p
arrested the Judgc, Sheriff nt10thcr voted was ?13,437OSO ; dnt of nsf material, Sheetings U merely nominal; Arrive at Gainesville by 8.05 a. *L, at Baldwin Leave Blouct's
1134 tt 0
t stocks are eteadily increasing; fine goods are 3'34e. lower by 11.SO sm.. and at Ferry Thursday a Q; <&> *jaie (9t>2l: HU- tol4 iacorporat t&tccmlr
pod annual of labor Fernandinaby 3.SI .
for freeJinen ou charges 7,344,539 ; cost $3,361,375, declined p.m.640J Arriva at Lake City by S m.
Ci%ii officers trying ; heavy nukes Lave 6(2$7a( among the job- From p +ttt t. (.\t ttt\t iMDrwrbncttt may dttmprvfif.
_Tlie Supannteudent of the J3ueailArntinc and annual rnluc of Products, $18,058,430. ben. Atlantic A, 27 incites, heary, are heM at JJc. by Jacksonville, by Baldwin, Barber's, and 64X1-From Lake City, by DuntarOlt, White Springs, 1. Seven rmInm&sa allowed t. cch Interniedlais ci2cTt
Ocran Pond
fl rcenY that jurisdiction over the- negroes -Lynchburj letters tate that the growing agent, and sold at Sic. by jobber*; other make are six times a week, to Lake or daily City, 60J if miles, and beck, Jasper miles Jenaing*, and BelltiUe, to 1adaon, 5 3 when cot otherwise KpetifieJ,. for Ukortioj tb. euk; 4
tad back
existing state of affairs tong) cs- crop of tobaco in Virginia in almost too insignificant quoted at similar prices. Atlantic D Sheeting),light, are co ran. connecUug route Leave I,ake once.a week. bat on railroad and rtcamboak route li.r. U tub* n
the City Wedaaady at 7 a m
during! bo worth the quoted 2 DC. by agents. Bidden win ; J. thin U r Cciect fvt ait&mcimargwef the- in.aipunches.
to mentioning. Daring propane a schedule of departure and Arrive at Madison amoco < Uy
du4 to hn Bureau. The market for bleached shirtinga U ntUrt* demoralized next day by S p m; ft

Indian Cmncil at Fort Sftft1zArk., war the cultivation of this staple} was almost entirely and quututioaa tctrustworthy, aa they change from 6404 Fron arrivals Tallahassee by Mn Leave Mjuluort Monday it 7 a m; 2. Oa rt'iliruJ and steccitoat Ene*, and other rent.i
-Annlla Arrive Lake
abandoned, r.nd U not likely to be resam- hour tu hour llae make iu-e quoted 10l& lcwer ,Sandy tt City nextjday by S p m; aiuiu silt time
M* .Jjoarned ou the 2Ut, after arningiag afJJiJof Ford,Madison, Colambus,Spring Grove, and St. 6432-From Lake City, by Durhiua, Pal stin,,and Olus- .i> ott l to any conbiderable extent There is con- by the jol bvra ; but agesu lure nut yet coaie down to Helena Lake of the l'oimt Office Dep :U. ;ct, also poet offic
and amity itli the ChucUinsInJ such however to Gty, 107 miles, and back,attkna tee, to New River,42 miles and back,once a we k. agents
peace i.lcrable activity in tlif ninxket at prc nt an extent; they arc, aaxioiu to sell, and a week. Leave Lake City Thursday at tt banks, taail U SIs.lu cad keys, are to t cctw j U
vedtb a m
The l *iJent lia-t- appro t ore oa a repiJ dcaccct to iiejubliers' level ;
Chicbuaw!*. > tobacco which have been Bidden will stbedale of without extra chtrjei. ,
1 I. quautitie of j-ropwe a departures and Arrive tt New River next day by IX m; ,
cf the Indian CotamUsion formally arge; Deniats, mtipes, titks, collonades, jeans and cottn arrivals. Leave New Rirer I. Oa railrcsi n I r AnVoet lines tLe route sgec of
1 held over for two or three yeas afe daily arrivK. flannels hdfe not yet declined to the tume extent aj other Friday at 1 p m; tote wi feuJ ted
Chief of tUoTrAccs ctatcycd cbazg.
IU 6403 From St. Marks the are ,
rffuwn* to recognize John -* ns makes of by Hodgson's Distillery, to Tal- Arrive at Lake City next diy'ty p m. p Departttcnt,
mcciont of !his Held w1hic.: ; ng. cotton goods, being all exceedingly source ; but lali&aaee, 211 miles, and back, six times a week, 6-lIZ-From NewruuvUIo by Sugar Grove, Provideac-, for the usa of tbd aeata A cnn.znillncJ car. or apartnj -
ou their
( I Lo Grewfcl; Gen. J.'I[. Morgan's4jnt2ttt jobbers are daily reducing quotations, and arc ceasing or djily, if connecting lines eo run. and EUUville, to Lake City, 2 4 J cila, tad back, utia the centre ofa car, ;jrlj IIgIOd, war.a.4,
arrived in St. St rr ta buy from the that
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Fifty returned miners agents, so they must dtxline in Leave St. JIark'a dally, except fc'unday, or daily, once a week. an,! fnnthhej aimd aLpted to the cnrient se aratioaddeseeortottimmnnt
FYidAJ from Montana, nrfd brought ttirnh Gem-ral, t'und guilty st Chi igo of proportion to other fabrics. We withhold quotations of at2JSpmn; Leave NewaansviHe Monday at C a a; !*, Lto Le 'eer4edhytleI
on and hotel burn these goods, ts they would be only niuleatiing.TriuU onduet.r under the dincetica tf the Department.
hundred and fifty thousand dollars being a Confederate onqmratir Arrive at TallahasBee by 2.30 p. m; Arrive at Lake City S p m; ,

y.ith them one i is the fit ,fini&vn er, arrived iu New York Saturday nijht, tinder liave been especially existed. Th* reduction Leuva Tallahassea daily, ,exc pt S aday, or daiy f Leave Lake City Tuesday tt a B); rnri and ,tenirbuatcor..cne5 arorwiredtoktks
This large in *
in gold. party his to the Dry Tortuga priced range from 4 to 6c per yard, iu jobber* quotations at 10 a. m ; Arrive at Newasnaviils by 5 p ra.Prcaoaali 1. t. mall frees end deliver it zr.o iL* pest. 9 that Lave returned from there this Fall military conduct, ou way ; the ojrentd, Lo ever, Lve not changed their pri-- Arrive at St. Mark' by 11.25 a. .m.C406 for aaii-weekIvMrvice jtf and coil cf their rcciM, snt *to ac4 rjo XIM.I
roa4 with Indians.An where he has been sentenced for life. C4 o quite to that extent.iltrriaiack o2-s thaa & rtnU from a.ut.'o* ci l.at.
the mere 'jL:7
8'lirv report no trouble on -From Callahan, by"Na sau Court HOOM, (Ic ,) 414-Troai NewaeasvCle, by Ttstsrte in.ann. s.d Zs.

. association has l ecu finned Indiana -An vtiiu h:is been brought against Motes Fancies Wa frjm arc rcducoJ from S6c. to 3Oc.; ?pmgueV KingV Ferry,and Centre Vise*.Oa., U> Traece to New B * Slic. to 27c. It ia .. Mc1ic-timLt Ia *
lur questionably Hill $miles and back .ck. &a.wea.r. 44orLanc of 1 c ;?$ S
well kiMwn Cinaerht LiFayotte, once a w
the of introducing the Cashmere Hanger a however whether printers will supply large amount .eea ever igttyrodarinai ttai or
fir any
purpose Leave Callahan Tuesday at 7 a. rn Leava Newnansvule VTed e. fay at ? a & ,
goat into this country. Sixteen of these animal -r Ju H"for, giving; caiployment ti> a negro, in viobtioti to Us sold at tli7'W quotations, priiiti g cloth*not having Arrive at Trader's Hill"by 7 p. m ;; Anive at New Bcetcn by 3 p m; There wHl U **way Ls'1rqareiby: poatmtan,
thirteentli article of the coiutitution yielded at all in proportion to the decSne ia The other, rtts ofthe lkIMrtxscrmt, to
of the prints.
have already been imported under the auf Leave Trader's Kill Monday at 7 a. ra; Leave New Boston Tuesday at 7 a n;
following were the jobbers' quotations at the close of the contejetl nJIrwuli aud ete'niein.eeuf'.iin{;the nmar..
which the immigration Xewnansville oa
that Suite, prohibits Arrive at CallaJ&n by 7 p.m.I'roposaLj Arrive at by a p ra.
pice of the society.A week : ilenimaek, sue Cocbea L 2c. bee aa4 dctttioaiion jf lLa tCTtnl bags. On.o'bercipal pen.
; iprsgue's
of ot color. The ca e uis tried for semi-weekly service innled. 6435-From Bailey's Mill, to Waukeeaah, Sj miles, rd
gentleman well experienced in the mailer persons who the minimum Fancie4, 274c.; Rkbmond' 27c.; American, 27jc; *407-From Lewiarille to CalhLan! 8 miles, and Lack, tack, twicti a week. mate?, Hiewlar, receipts Will be rcqdr and.w ybiiia

ci.imates that Sangamon, I 111.,produce*this v-r before a ffi.igiMrat**, imposed Dunnell' flc.; sunder'; 274c.; Atlcn; 271G.; Arnoh1' oace a week. Arrive BaHcy's M01 Tuesday and Thursday at 1 2 re; fcrw Jdttl ,tie liUer 15 1< etaashurd by the several

nearly 1,500,000 pounds of wool, aud thai about fine often dollars and 4 o-ts. 26e.; Lowell, 26e.; DuWIaeis, B, c. W&nuttj, Leave Lcwisrille Saturday at 6 a. m; Arrive at Wankcenah by 2 p m; poi Jna.-tcr ,to issurc t ?tfuLtity !in the UcliTery of BtaiU.-

iu the market waiting aie. -Time number f freed aicn now congregated 2t.; London luuruiug ( prague'4 2c.; Atlantic Arrive at Caltahan by 8 a. m; Leave Waakeen&h Tuesday and Thursday at 9 a m; 4. No pay wilLlc muae for tria net performed; sad
Soooo pounds are
Iouruu for cacti of such ouiLiJoncot satisfactorily 2plaice
;, 27k.; Mourning, 2g.; .tmokeag Leave Callahan Saturday at 10 a. m ..trriveat Bailcy'a Mill by.II am. ,
-The Masons of the Grand Comruandery of iu \Y!migtou i l-> iiiuitLxl> at not lev. than fit Mijtrtiia Glc. .trrivaatLeiii.yileb, 1in.. ; 4476-From Bailev's Mill to tticcoaukie, 20 mile, tad three tsar*the pa; of the trr roar be deducted.* Tot

the State of New York met in large number* at I teen thousand iiiany of whom, muu and wumiie: Sfuslia ddaiucs arc less active, and have fallen 2Jc. iar 6IU8-From Trail Ridge to 31iddeburg, 15 milej, anl backtwicea week. arrival a (ur behhid time as 13 break cntnciloa with

the 27th. Much important bn4ne* live upon tic! *'ruiti> of petty crimes and liccu- lime. back, twice a week. Leave Bailey'a Mill Tuesday and Friday at 10} a m; dependIng naila, and ntt sUSc'w-stly excused, ooefourioftbccooipeasariotttitf
Elmira on the tri to forfeitar
The trade ia M sabfect
woolens lias been rather ?
iotniess.The ur.soUlcd, ia Leave Trail Fudge Monday and ThuKdiy at 5 .. Arrive at Micccsukce by 8 m
The tieU auau.il scssigu will : racr p ; orthe kh "
transacted. 'ueuis .J herein*
For atcJdct
I ct the violent fall cotton'xxli :'
wns t consequence m there rcp ;
; oa arrival of mai- from Fcrnandiua! ; Leave Miccosukec Tuesdav and EriJay V 6 t ra;
b.c held In Syracuse.A subsistence Jepani cat at Wa'imtmit.mmliii arc, hot\er, nuimportaat changes iu qiioUUous. I'JUCTCa.TnImervs 1 H Anive at Middkbwrg by 9 a. ia ; Arrive at Boilej's Mill bj'lO a m. enlarged pciuISw, jc;-ortioutd to the nature. thereof,

of has in Morgan ar? quie*, except for specially desirable st1ci, Leave for triwceklT service iavitoJ.64S7 tad the iaipoftaaceof mal5be1nade.
little speck war appeared coatracteJ fir the delivery! of nine thousand MiddU-burg Monday and TLarsday at 2 p. w ; Proposals ufTtte nsaEa
b !Ir.J thr.nlng cr
with which sell rapitlly and at good i>ricea. Blanket/ are Arrive at Trail Ridge 6 -From Mo*Iey VsH to MiuL cn, 15 miles tsdUcV 3. Fof leading < or any
uanud l-y m. > > ,
A man barrel of d at niue djUari and iuftvuur4eUtS p.
County, Ky. "ar scarce and pricv* very firm.* doth less active ; priif, Proposals for tri weekly service invited. once a week. pori.oa cf them, fir tic c-i-LuJon of serjora: or to*
; but 60 follower has arrested the United Uirrt1.i'he stead. No. 1 Cotton i 65. I'.lacVDoeskias'very beLg concerned in setting up *.r renningaaexprtw pco-
per ; Warps are quoted 6400-From. New River Marke, 13 miles! and back, Leave Motley Hall Monday at ? a a; '
Statci Collector of Internal Revenue, arid cumpclled I Naslnillo Times and Press states that sniirce aud frni. Satinetj quiet; but with once a week. Arrive Madison ry 12 in; Veying 1ztcIfli.uce in Adxsacc of the mail, qsan |
from Li bnines. He ha light t.H.'kj prices are steady.C'arptts pay umsy be dfuui ted.
him to desist Leave New River Saturday at 8 a. m; Loire Madison .Monday at 1 p m; -
tile 4jipaidiuU-rei: t on the Slate ilclit of Teuuei-! coi-tinue active, with liht tock and firm 6. hints wIU!-.?utd,cne. stL delinquency he prckpfy -
also arrested every man who ha brought a Vuitajainst very Arrive at Starke by 12 ma; .(rivc at Mosey! Hall! b6 p n.
Rebel and! compelled! him to with see for fjuryeart, up to January, 1&G3, ;f.aoutts price. We quote the Hartlbr I'lurtr Loons Jirussels at Leave Starke Saturday at 1 p m; 61 1 S-From Bristol, by Blue Creek, Vi T Hli81, and atUte tt ri'*v eij4ftined by certlficatca of p*. taufr
any $849,55 The iate'rrst the llail- $2 45g2 C5 fur 5 and 5 fr.ixaegpod.4; extra S-ply Ingrain New tent cr the e :dviuct other credible persons,for fkSicgUfsmfe
of States forces to ui.paid on Arnve at River by 5 p. m. miles, and buck, once a weck.LeaveBritoIThursdayat2pw
draw it. A company United, at *2 23 ; Imperial 3-ply at >2 o7J; superfine In- C I 10.-From Gainesiille iacotiratt time; for neglecting U> Ui< the
load iwind f the by Jtk-snopy, Flrmfrgton, Ocala -
r ;
> iaie period b $3,357,000
attempted, without success, to ..i rise this gang > ; gr i3 ..tl 73; medium ujwrline at $1; and 4-4 Vcuitiau Long Swamp, Adimnaville. unter'.jib. Pierce- Arrive at Tallahassee next day Cj epam; EUul iioin, or d iirtr Uir.uj, ft peat fcfliee; for gujferiag, 1 iat.fget
making a total of ?407i53! unpaid interest Jcstn-je, robbed, or !o Tribunt.Rsligictis. wet injured, ;
More hive to the at $1 50.- ,
from the County. troops gone vile, and Fort Taylor, to Tampa, 131 miles, and Leave Tallahassee! Wednesday at 7 a m; elite d aui.'Jf to tie mail M frequently
of action. Gen. Brisbiu hope* to c pture __ back, twice a week. Arrive at Bristol twit day by ]2 m. i ics, tnvcy
scene Major Gen. roster and Colonel] O&bornc, ac- as the contractor rums, or Li concerned in tuantaif, .
Notice. Leave Gainesville Tuesday and Friday on arrival of 6153-From Newport to St. Malta, 3J mil,,, and tk,
the party. I conijjauied with a portion of their Staff officers, coach, 5car or steamb-.at tn a route.
mail from Fcmandina 3 three times week -
nt a. n a ,
The Elder l resumed the of eay ; anne the
While the Cashier cf the Concord (!Mass.) have gone on a tour of inppectipn through F istem rrc.-iJiiig i\ing possion Arrive at Tampa next days by 1 i p. m; Leave Newport Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 7. The Post roaster Oeosral may cos tract rev
die M. H CLurvk ia failures to ran ably to coslraCt; for TJoIa-
this the
JTnttonal Bank was .it dinner on the i'Sth, the Flondx Theywcpeet tovisit Pensacola, city, uaJcriigued thereby Leave Tampa Monday and Thursday at 1 a. m; at II am; ;. repcatoJ taw gre dtobebj the inirructioM of
tin oSce
entcied and robbed cf *300OUQ iu and other before relieved cf the pastoral care of the cougn-pation worshiping Arrive at Gainesville next days by 7 p. ia. Arrive at St. U.rVs by 12 m ; ;; pest
La.uk was Key West pace>, they return. the D there and wishca to notice to the tJ&tia Proposals for tri-wcekly service invited. Lave St. Marls Monday, "VTt&esdsy, and Friday
United Sutcs bauds and money.A. lit raid. give public required by the Dcponnrct ta do so; for running aa npre5 .
6411-From Gainesville to Nevrnaa Tiile 19 miles and at 1pm .
> ;
compliance with the earnest requ at of the colorvdmcm'x'rs aJoresoid Tor trcia-portcjf persons cr pack*
train, consisting of 250 army \vagons, The Honorable Starucs a distinguished citizen baek'ta, ice a week. Arriv at Newport at 2 p m. as dttilaUU-; or mailer out of the- naiL

aoibuUnce> w.d six forces, under the direction wf Georgia, and formerly due of its Sa of said congregation, 1 e haVrecently crganiurf Leave Gainesville Tucs
of the FK'tijt'orps theta into a society and congregation in the conimunion, mail from Ferur tdiaa-hay ut 9 p. m; 611'>-Froia Ntf port.by Bechadea, Shell Point, and tterofcr
vCapt. MaadeuUc, Quartcrinatcr preme ITcuch, has lately luitdu the following! (ICclarathin service on a ru-w by sllcTicg ape 'retfaia-
Arrive at Newaaasrilie next d. s by 2 a. m Pawtuxett, to Sopihoppy, 23' toilM, and back,
: pasei tlirounh Colutnbu Ohi, un the : and aider the watcLl'ul care of the il. E. Church; and, ; ; create en the contract pr. lie nrfy el aog schedule cf
Katioual Ro.vJ for haxbg obtaine jierciiajion to use the I'je>byterian Leave Ncwaansrille Tuesday and Friday at 2 p. 01; once' week. departure aid art icme ia all cases,end particularly (.
the route '
2nd iuNt., on "The Government cf the United Stiles nc- Arrive at Gainesvule l>y 7 p. m. Leave Newport Friday at 8 a ta; cocnexioru 'wiU railroada .
Lcaicn ort.h, Kansas. Each wagon i is drawn ording to the law of nation*, has acquired the Church, will continue to miniver to them-preaching Proposals for tri-wcekly eervite iu ited. Arrive at Sopchoppy by 6 pen ; out mate bcreuse then cor.f'jrni of
Lv fcix mules and ia addition there arc five extra right to rcfa-c to u> a continua-acef of s>aoh political cv ry Sabbath at 10} o'clock A. M.. and at 7 o'clockP. 6412- -From Orange Spring, by Morrison's Mills and Leave Sopchoppy Saturday at 10 a m tLridged. He [many aUO order aa increa. cf?pecd, aj-

mules for every i5! team*, niak'ing in" all 1,550tnnk'S. organfzatiun in the .Slate as has &ho\vn it- il. Sficanopy twice a week., to Wacahootir, 40 miles, end. bock, -Arrive From at Quiacy Newport, by by Mount 6 p ra.eitl .Pleasant, U Chattihoo- lowing, itbin the rwtrttioBS the law, tfprv rate ia-

I sc'4; hottile the and has Ahy white citizens desiring to attend the ministry of I m crease of pay for ti.er additional stock cr carriers,if any.
to aided the"
Leave thee back wrek.
conqucrer, Orange Springs Monday mind Friday at P a. m; 21 miles, and twice a The Lo rever, is tht tau f inert** tftpttd
Orders were recehed ia St. Paul on the war, and so much of our Constitution and Laws the worlxhere, are cordinlly welcomed and will be *pproj Arrive Wacshootie by 9 p. ta;' Leave Quincy Tuesday and Friday at 8 a m; cettractor rtliniiuLht."e mar, ccutnu.,by pvi%prompt notice io

of the contravene the fundamental of the riatcly provided with seats. Leave WacaLootie Tuesday and Saturday A 2 a. m; Arrive at Chsttahoochee by 1 p ra; to
21't ut.! apj>roinjfthe )protvcdin as policy conCARRTIKG the Depirtaicnt thaf be prefer doing so carrying the _. -
Court-Martial in the ca-e of John PryorofthuOth I aerer." The Sabbath Scaool meets et 9 o'clock A. SI. Ikncv- Arrive at Oraage Springs by 3 p. m. Leave Chattahoochte Monday and Thursday at 12 E; order into rstt. TLe Fosuna tcr Gvceral may also di-
? 6112-Fr fca.Orange Springs Ioa! to 81 Arrive at Quincy by t
< by Flenuagtoo
p mv ia whole i ia
continua curtsil the service, cr ia part, order
Indiana Ca\airy, whb was recently lr'iat\ oleat pcraoiii wiahing a promising field of uselula d ,are miles, and back, once a week. Proposals! for trieekly service iavitcd. cr of btrrioe
the rouia a greater k5grce owhcccTcr
Tort Snefiinc for Deliberately inurdcrit Jas. F. CoscEALEa WE.tPoNs-Captain ccrdialiy! and carneetly solicited to engage u teachers. Leave Orange Springs Monday at 8 a. m ; 64 ix-From Eainbftdge Ca, tail Blevae Fla., alternately to phu-e the on public interests, ia.juJgaent,Bia3 r>

Jittllfox of the Sth Masacbusetts Infantry. lie CLilds Commanding the Post o'f Tallahas>ce, JOHN S. SWA1M!, I'ator. Arrive at Flemington by 5 p. m; by Chattahoocbee, Fla, A palag% Ochee-. quire ?uch dLvo t.Hr.os: or cnrtansent for any otter

was condemned tobetvuged <*n the 10th of October. has issued ua order profjibiting! the Carrying: of Jacl>oanlle, Oct. 12, 186?. Leave Fleming Tuesday at S a. m; see, Dristu l, and Rickoo's Blun, to Appalachicola, cause; Le allowicg as a CiH iEdemnity to contractor oamonth"cstn *
Arrive tt Orange Springs by 5 p. raJ* 201 mile, end back, three times a week from of aertfce
: on the amount dispensed
concealed weapon* within the limits of the city, :- 6414-From Ocala to Camp lined, 20 mUjf, and bark, 15th October to 15th June, and twice a week the p iy for the of
v with and ra compeDsUiOA amount KtTICC -
-The Postmaster General Las accepted the on palm of fine and other! penalty.Taiiz.a.e A Company for the Sale of once a week. residae. ,retaictd pro and cocaaned. -

proportion James 1 Archer, cf Ky., to cany Fkridkin. REAL ESTATE.flllin Leave Ooila Tuesday at 2 p. m; From 13A Ocbltr to IStA Jut. 9. F.yincntswiIi bo rcaUe by collectlosafccav or draft*
Arrive at Camp hard by S p."m; Leave Bainbridjre Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday at
after the
poatniastcre otherwise, eapLntiziciccchqimtcrsay
the mail tri-weeLly iu steamboats between BLAaY.-Ofl SatunUy night last, the ;store Leave Camp hard Tuesday at 3 a. ra ; 12 ra, and Bellevue each alternate Tu.msq, Friday ca or XoTcisber aid
Tcnn., and Jacksooport Ark sen ice of D. U. & Co. Monroe undersigned having a *ocutcd theruselv.s with Arrive Ocala and in May, Angus, fclreary.
Memphis ,, Mcgbuisi on street, JL at by 12 m. Sunday at 4 p m ; 10. The diitncea ars given accordiig to the best in.
to commence October 10, 1&G5, and end June was entered by some person or persons unknown -' aud title W. vf IL QCl.VCY, of Now Vork under the style 6415-From Silver Sp'ring to Ocala, 5J miles, sad hack, Arrive at Appalachicola next days by 2 p m ; formation ; but co jcreued pay wiU be allowed sloalilof

This is the mail ronteiu but once a week. Leave App llchicol. Monday, WeJaesJar, and Fri if iba
30,18C9. most i.nuit fcupposed to be negrues, ansi mobbed tl.cv be greater thaa atYe-iC4. ponttd be su.-
the Southwest of of kinds "SOITI1ESX EEAL EST1TE 1>D EIIICBlTIOi Co.,'' Leave Silver Spring Saturday at 2 p. m; dayatSpm ; plied are corectiy stited. E.Lia miut hfovas t/scn'.
goods various to an amount not yet Arrive at Ocala by 4 p. ia ; Arrive at Bainbridgc tezt days by,ff ptc, and BcEevue rdrcr t.ti, arki al' in ref.'rceee to the weight

-Ou the 24th Jn'.t. Ilciir-- War BeccherpreacLcd j ascertained. The burglars entered through a fv/r tLe p puaC wf jclli.i: ,; Leave OikS.&ifl.4fit S a. ra; each alternate Tuesday- ,Thursdsy, tad un Lack tiudot.-b. REAL ESTATE AND AIDING EMIGRATION Arrive st Silver: r-prics"bv 10 a. m. by5prrt.
a powerful btrtnoa at Plymouth ac J all toll brlijea, ferries, or datratdonj of eoy kind by
Offer their Mirictto r.ll in and Florida ho 6416-From Etoauli, by Pain, to ILaaiia H5U?, 32 from 13.JUB. to 13.* October. ii.c-arcd. 10 ekia- for e& licaJ
Church, Br oklin, iu favor -funjvrti dfraje.Mr. MAIL B TWEES Qirjscr AND ALBA XT.-A Georgia which esj ccoc n i j 14 -
de ire to sell! this kind of and all such coiled and back, oace a wcek.LcreEtnni.mhSaturdayata.u. Leave Baiabrid e Tuesday and Saturday at 12 n, be Considered for
advocated the frauchiseiner.tof may > property, pay based on xh grcuml, can ; rcr
Jkecher ci letter from IJaiubndge dated the 4th
and Bellrtur
pvivare ,; murday *t 4 m '
p ;
fair description of
caHrjg upon o aw rrqnrrtrd to girrfultlfed aied "rt-egro.
frccdman, not becau he i k prepared far it, must., KITS :-t-"The contracts for cirrying then of land. Arrive at Magnolia Mill* by 12m ; Arrive at Appalachicula.! next days by.2 p o ; service ; nor far bridst- lcstrojed,.-femc* fitiau
but because he jsu t Scam by 1>raoticiiijr bU .!ii iftuccii this place and Albany-a daily Thoc who wish to purchase will do well to give usa Leave Magnolia Milb Saturday i.; 1 p. ra ; Leave Appalachicola Monday ad Wednciilaf at or other etslnictions iseteasicg J& ance'tccunngdBHrg

right Mr. I kecber fctronjly advocated the -and to Quiucy, a tri-veeklv-imave been let call, ss we bare several Oitton Fnrnn and large odc8 of Arrive at Etoniih by 8 p. ra. pra ; the contract \ftm. Offices esuUL&oJ.after this adretti -
6417 From at. Augustine to PicolaJs IS niliem! aaJ Arrive at EainbriJge next Jays 9 a nd at
by ,
of to vote LolJit that their Turpcntiac and Timbered LaiiJ-. in GeiTgia and HoTida, p eaicat U Ltd, iB right wcmcn : ut j out, and the miiN wiil soon b3 ia regular motion. back twice week. Ecllerue 5 '
a Thursday by m.
in the Interior, and upon the Rivers St. Johns,St.Marys, p .to he visited without extra par, i if the datshc? b3 csa-
beiajjallowed tcMota an evidence of tbeold .-Jb. "* and.Satills, entrusted to our diiposal.] Leave Sr. A.ngn.niae rhay and Saturday tt Sam 6413-From Mariana, by Bellevue, to Pinbnidge/Ga., creasci *" SI *" -

doctrine of f uperi&srttyof men being superior Col- J. J. WILUAMS.-We learn that this C I*: JONES. t ; 40 miles, and back, twice a week t 1. Bidders are cautioned to mail tbeir propcse! in
lie held that the cf ufT-- f Arrive at Picolata by 1 p. m ; Lea; Mariana Monday and Thursday tt 7 t m ;
to women right lisa received from B. \V. LEEK ThomasiiL'e time to rcar'a the Department by the day aodhoer nam.tf
gentleman a special'pardon It. P. FLOYD Jickunt1e Fh.Oct. Leave PicoUta Thursday and Sttturday at 5 p. m; Arrire, at liaiubrultre by 6 p m; for1 bkl3 ..received'alsr thaifcrc %
icn't eventually be uuiveieal ia this country (3 p.m., October ) *
rage j the lve- di: His nnnitroas-friends in thh Arrive St. Augustiae by 10 p. ta. Leave Baiabridgc Tuesday end Friday ct S a m; -
tC wkli
this % 12, 1S33.- vill nctbt toiisidinJ. n couipc'Juca a liJ cf rtioa -
aad recognized in ranl l principle State will bc' ratiued; at this information., --II.ArpoisracxT. Proposals for four times a week service invited; tlao Arrive at Mariica by 7 p m. blaaiou t ret-ivcd ia ivuf. ether can tida bcotuidercd

which i is already pervading all uati >::s. fur aa altcrod scViiue! of departures and arrival Proposals fr tri-weckly service icvitcd.6ttl whboaf the
PAI1TTINGHCUEO Tihith arc guarantee required bylaw
1 .1 sident has
.- appointed 6118-From Pilitka, by Or ngr Spring-", orange Lake, -FroTi Mariana, by OrargeBill.Vfernon, Douglasavillc and certificate of the suEiicwy cf fueh .
IJrig.-Grn. Iievcre, formerly: fto lOUr George Allen. Maralial Lr the Southern District and CcUage, to Ociia, 12 miles,and back, twice a Knox Hill, Cehee Anna,Wariville tad AcstluvUIc 12. Bidder a sboul-1 first for,strictlyaccordicjto guirantc
and Ornamental propose
Maryland Duttcry and l Intel\ in command of the of Florida.-II. Sign week. ta him ; 140 mile, and back, osca a the aircrtixmcnl; aad then, if iLeytleelre,wy raMy

107th United States Colored Troops, stuiriued PAIIVTZXG. Le voFdataoLqniFridytIa.m! ; week. ,far different scr.Uc>izjl if tEe tiyidar bid be the lowest

at Moorehead City, died thrr a few dar i \VAmrIIGroc, Sept 9. ia tLU Arrive at Ocala by 4. p. ra; Leave Hariaaa Teday at 8 p ra ; oCcrcdfor Ae sl.crurcd KTVICC,the ether prrpoeitioti
v thug undereigncd haTingopened a shop place, Leave Ocala Tuesday and Saturday at 9 a. ia ; Arrive at Milton next Thursday by 8 p av ;
Gen. lleverc entered the service as a first Licu- \iLGIXLt UYGRE'IC.tL CANDiDATES WlTHORAWIXC. JL Li now prepared t j do anj thing ia the above Use oaahoi't Arrive at FUatka ILy 12! ala>ht --v Leave MSItoa Friday as i2m ; may' considere-l.,

tccaut in the New York Fire Zunav s.tcnnication .-Cdudidatt-s for Congress, in Virginia notice and at rcaaoaablu! terms. 6ll -From Pilatka, t.y Orange Jill. Tocoi, Picolata. Arrive at Mariana next Sunday by 10 a m. 13. Tit re should combination be b'jt bid one rocte( 'pz4o.iig L5 J Ja* prcpc ccesua i.Coasolidatevl .

-.Thc: Feuin exitcrnent mhows ro 'is ofdiminution. are rapidly withdrawing, feeling they! cannot All orders loft at the l'ot Office will be promptly at- Magnolia Mills, ihbcraia, Mandarin, JacksoBvilic, Proposals for.sena-weckly senice iavjted. ft/r two or more rout.i**) arc furbitSdcz Ly law, and taaIt. '
tenJ-td to. Cx CARMAN. YtUow Bluff; ilsyport MilL ruandiaa StMarj's CHS .From ilariaua Econ to Sr. Andrcw'g
Saew&rs''ws J1I-r u.besa I take the t&t oath required. A sufficient % ,by na, Bay, mitt he conadere.i. .
October 12, 1SC3. tf Ga. Brunswick and Frederica, to SavannA 57 miles and back week.
once a
letter from Cork vhieh number remain firm v.ho can take the oath and Th* route, the service, tie yevly pay .the tatrs
tteb that 'ice the ,
: 532 miles, and back, once a week. Ln.ve Mariana Wedncsilay at 6 a m; bidder that is his usual"peat
of the
and rctiiknce ( c.aa
of thv Americnn war every stt- I give the State a full!! representation in the next Gainesville Acaderay.rilllE Leave Pilatia Friday*r. 6 p. m ; Arrive at St..Andrew's Bsy n xt day by 2 pin; adJrc,) and tboM of fetch nrabcr of a."rybar, t

Conre Charles Carter Lee and Arrive JactuoutRIe next d&y by 2 a. a Leave St. Andrew's ET Friday at 8 a a
eliip which arrives off Cork Harbor on her homeward Yesterday exercises of t'uia Institution were returned on ; ; company (ctftrr,shcuM ba dUtizitly ttated.

voyage from NcwTwrk or Boa, lands Jon i II. C'oj, both candidates in the Fourth Con.gre JL the lit Monday ia September, laC3. We shall Leave Jacksonville fc'ituriiv at i s. m ; Arri"e st Variant ntxt'day by 8 p a.btJc 15. bidders arc --.cstj>I to use, u faraspraciL-ai

on their shores large lnmber of '. ional Di tjict, withdrew on account of inabilitv have a competent corps of teadtcr Arriva at Feraazdina by 1 p. m; ; 644-Fccm M.arsns, t Csnplsoc, 1E nias the printed prv of tils furnished by the imrja s; is
yaung men, TuiUon ia the Department to Leave FerrunJiaa Saturday at S p. ta; czcc a week.
Literary according grade their bfCi
cf and
write out ut ull tixai to retajo cp"
who had served in arinv to- take the oath. JihuV.. Svm candidate -
the republican and who *15 S15. an4 ?85 nr Miicn! oftnentv weeks-oavnbl Arrive at avaaaah next dar by i i>. ra t Leav.ILhirianaTaasdayatpma; Ieaoftnm.

carry revolvers, rifles daggerand J:1rt.urJs' j in Use Ptt-jreburg District, lia> withdrawn <: one lialf in advance ; the balance at the end of the Leave Savannah Tuesday at :3 p. in; "* Arrive at C&mpbcllu/n by 7 p m ; Altered Lids should not bo e'itti1-,T ro,tiivali S hid>

which they openly expose ia their pcrambaatious -< for the KUUJ rca- n.XEVT s aon. Mitaic, $15. Arrive at Feraandlna neat day by 2 p. a ; Leave Campbelltoa Tuesday at 6 a ra;f once submitted be whhclrawn. Xo withdrawal of a b*
through the city of Cork. The Limerick Thankful for the liberal patronage that we"have receiveddurLmr LeaveFercjadina Wedau lay at 3 p. m; ).rniveatMariazabyl2ni. der guarantor wilt be aHowcJ upJcss the iriUidrawaiJj
the we Hcit a continuance of simiLir favonia Arrive"at Jacksonville by 12 at night; Proposals for scaii-weekly zerric invited. before the tat for
contain COTTOS iy AI.AKAUA. The first bale of pat dated and received day receiving pro
ft Letters
papers accounts w hicb have : the future. For further information refer to Leave Jacksonville Thursday at 1 a. ia; 6417-1'rcta Cmpbeilcn; to Genera, Ala, 50 1es,
been received fanners and Athens in new cotton wai sold in Montgomery, Aug. 29, ack week. pOsmil3.
by the county J. II. ROPER, A. IL, ArrirentFibtkahylua.fli. and l> otice a Each tiJ oust be gairantcai by two respocslole pejtCA.
of Tipperary, pro.nhing an army to relieve for 55c. It was e'.asacd strict middling. Tliefii Oct 5. 1K63.-1-tf. Prirtcipd. 6120 Trora PilatLa, byjWtlaks, Fort Gate, Volusia.llawkinsrille Leave Campbellton, Thursday it 7 t m; The bid and guarantee should te n'ciwd plalaTy

Irebnl from ail her di-strcsa witliiu a :a >titi.! >t bale of cotton iu Mobile, on August 21bt, and Enterprise, to Melloaville, 124 Arrive at Geneva by 6 p m ; with the full name of each person.
bruutrht 45c. It wa< classed fair. Notice to Owners and Skippers of Cotton. miles, and back, oace-a week. Leave Gene Wednesday at 7 a m; The Dlpartdcct reaerresth* right toryect K.J bid

-The Hon. John Ilell is liu- in ft THE uad<>rsipned b now ready to commence the SU II'- Leave Pilatka Monday at 6 a. m; Arrive at Cairipbvllton by 6 p m.I1S which a v be dexaed eitraTa an and also t?disregard

residencewith some of his old friends, < n a retired OF COTTON to New-York. AK cotton consigned Arrive at Mellonville by 10 p.m ; -From GeaevaAli., by Cane Brake, FlaJl Eight the bidstjf Tiilin.q coniratSora and bidders

street in Nashville. I Ic is seMbm*ecn oa Now let ins tell you a scrct-.et secret worth to ms for ehiprnent or for sale, will, oil iu arrival Leave Mellon villa! Wednesday at 6 a. ta; Xlile, and Almiraate,to Auatiaville, 70 miles,and 16. The UJ should be ecalvd, snp r .nbei **3fa3rrcposiJ -

the streets The Hon. Neil S. Urown h knowing. This looking forward to enjoyment at Jackson*ille, b wtighed by JL OmiiJf, Eiq (the Arrive at Pilatka by g p. in. back,once a week. ?, State vf Fioridj," uUIro ed "Second Aniew

law and has pwcticing don't pay. From what I ku >w of it, I would as Treasury Agent for the Government,) who will collect 6421-From Adumsville! b> Palmyra, Lake Ilarr, sad Leave Geneva Wednesday at 5 a ra; ant VottniAster Genera, Contract Once," end eit by

an extensive practice. KjGov. ,ijoon fhas-c buttcrtTies for a living, or bottle up the Ret c'tuc ductile Unilrd Suit-a)Ik-fore shipment. Lake Grifiin; to lla kinsville, 49 miles, and-back, Arrive at Au.tiaville next day by 9-p n; maf!, cot by nor to any ajc=t; and poistawttm wi3 art
Ishaia G. Hams ** Mexico.: lie hr. the railroad and the Go Tax once a week. Leave Austiavillc Monday at 6 a m ;
pt jiiooijhiuc for cloudy night The only true Freight on >eraacR/ onCotton'or er.clk.so propcFiis (or kttcra tf any kind)ia the!;quarterly -
himself in couiumuicatKm v iih partiw in Sa h- other MerchundisC will be paid by me when de Leave AdamsviUa Friday at 3 p. m ; A'rrive rt Geneva next day by 6 p m.- I returns. -

suit'. '. way tv, be happy is to make the drops of liappiiC Arrive at Uaalaasville next day by 6 p. m; eilC-From Pcnpucol to Milton, 30 nvlo, and back, 17. The contract are to-be c'sectrtcd and returned to

s as God gives them to us every day of our sired.AH persona who haven* Agenteia New York, can. by Leave HawLinsville Thursday at S a. m; three times a week. the Department or ttii.c &* lit ay fJtK6ry

--Ttic Minnesota State CpIogistR hare discovered lives. The boy twi-t learn to be happy while coa gmar their cotton to the house of AMOS D. Surra i Arrive zt Adam >illcnext day by 1J m. Leave PensacoLi Tuesday, Thursday, and Sarardayat 1SC6; bet the service mmt ba ben on that day, cr o %

gold in the vicinity f Vermilhon Lnkc.* he i pluddirg over hia lessons ; the apprentice Co., It is supposed that it iVutm Mifficicnt oa t'.ielr: cottoa on Iu arrival at Jacksonville.I 6122-From Enterprise to NCTV SmyrSa. SQ rail?", and Arrive at Milton by 4 p m; ecattd cr not. ,
uliile he is his trade the merchant
ties to The jnanti- learning ; ould particularly request a continuance of trade from back, once a week. Leave Milton MoiiJay, Wcdatsdav, and Friday tt Transfers cfcoatrs e. cr of interest ia ecatncts, am
era..lft pay. discovery Jut caused-consld-, whilo he.is making his fortune. If he fails to my oM Aiea! end will be thankful! for so many new one Leave Enterprise Wednesday at 7 a. raj Sam; forbidden by law, and consignee tlj cannot IK* allowetL

excjtamcnt, aad emigration from points learn this art, ho u ill be sure to miss his enjoyment as may *:t fit to patronize me. All! ffxl) shipped to N-w Arrive t New Smyrna by 6 p. m; Arrhe at Peusfurola by 3 p ra. Bidden wili! thcrfore take notice that they wilbeex.ci. .

bcjOHrjias &}fcadv couiaicacid.A : when he g.iius what he lull sighed for. fork, to my care at Jacksonville, will be forwarded with Leave New Smyrna Tuesday at 7 a. ra ; Proposals for six times a week service iavited. ed perform the service accepted to then through tLs

.- man who has been ---_ = S..*__ dwpatcb.CotUii. Arrive at Enttrpruo by 6 p. m, 6430-From IVasaCoU Warricgton. 9 irCes, an back, whole terra of tt< coutract.
cultivating tea r.s an will be stored unIershedimmediatc1y opoaiu 6123-Frcni New Smyrna to luiian River, 120 miTrs, daily.
rrperimecl ,.inca TuAcTIEim.-ClIiIren' 1$. 1'om-.trs at oSefj ca cr arac bet
18GO arc more
"rittgt/i the Sm-anm.li AS arrival ct Jackson rille." and back, twice Ti month. Leave Pcruacola dally oa arrival of call irca Mobile more than eTchty rcUA rom a sUtica,wih,' it&cTedlaUlf

Herald that tnoit of his plants! grow finely, that thaiTtcachfers of patience and forbearance. Shipping Agent in New Tork-J. A.Wiucissot, Esq., Leave New Smvrua oa t 1st and 3d Thursday of ;ar at 4 a m; after the COth cf March.aeit, report their ernctdlatarc.

his tea u of good quality, utnd the plant wi'd dt. They are household tnirrori to reflect our own C6 FroutstreeL JOSEPH REMINGTON, each month; Arrive Warrington by 7 a m; from the nearest tatioo,and bow they are CtLcnrJe sup.

quite as well in Georgia a* iu their native coui f.uits-suin&ttirnes, too, our ov.n graces If we forKarJiny and .moniszioi Merchant, Arrive at Indian River ia 6 days ; Lejgre Warrifigtoa daily at 11 a ra ; plied with the maU, to. enable the rcfctacaa C naril
Oct. 3 1 <65-1-tf. J CKse<< FLA. Leave Indian River on the 2d and 4th. "Wedawdsyof Arrive s t Fenucola by 2 ra. rti
trv. fhe plants re airo! no culture aft"rthc wish to see Low ridiculous and hateful are our > viu.r. p to direct a luall-me secger scpj-ly &cza the lit of Jdynext.
tnird each month; 131-From New Orleans, La, by PeHwccla,Fla., Appalaehioola L
year. If well taken care of that time t-ballhions of sudden passion, we have bat to PAIXTIXO.Sign ia C Marks local
by Arrive at New Smyrna day St Cedar Keys,( ,)Tampa, 19. Section elguteescfaa ait of Ccsgrc3 spprowd
they vrui tclarpc cnon h'tq look at the torms of oar little initiators 6-424-From ALifu to Cork 3S miles and and Manatee to Key West 1.000 miles and back
coairacncc the mancr angcr-s Sign, Cs.rrl.igennd Sbli Paietlog, Tampa, l.y ; March S, 1U3, provides that contracts fir the transportation
ufteWre cf t from them.. 'l'l'e 'ieI4 to tLc at our own tircsidcs.] That sullen scowl was back once*week. twice a month. of the mail shatt.be let, "ia.every ciae, to the low

UTroru tkwe to four lm'undred pounds and can"ht probably from our brows. That ill- Paper Hanging and Glazing, Leave Tump Tuesday at 6 a m; Leave New Orleans on the 14th and 20th cf each est bidder tendering sufficient gsarentscs for faithful per-

the plants produce gG4 That 111LL be done on the shortest notice. All orders Arrive at Cork next day by 5 p in; month; fonnzcct?, without ether reference to the ..mpj2 of rueb.traasportation.
for natufed snarl the echo of our own.
1i- crops eighteen or was y left at Mr. Lucas store will be promptly attended Leave Cork Monday at 5 pin; Arrive at Key West on the 21st and ?&; tlwa be cect-w to rroi-ida for the
twenty way cry

[ jear : growth of tea is nt affctedly revengeful blow struck at a bruihcr may be but to. 0. ROBINSON.Jacksoav Arrive at Tampa next day by 4 p m ; Leave Key West on the 12th and 26th of each month; due celesiiy, certainty, and security cf tuck tranHporftt-
dry or sct weath'erorbytQflfl the rehearsal of the last the 6425 From to Manatee 4 adler and back ace Arrive at New Orleans on tter 20i and 4th
angry ship we gave lie, Oct. 5, 1865.-1-tf. Tampa ? tion." Under this law bids that propose to traafpcrt the

'iII not molest the plactt lad.. more_ iu reventra. than_- in,,- the love of correc- a, week. mails! with "teferity, cflat e.rul ucxrily," LuI.q'been
lion. t-L&IL CONTRACTS J.X FLORIDA. Leave Tampa Monday at 7 a m ; rout or FBorcsAL. OCARBXTXE, AXD CXKTUICAIZ.Pfbpotal. .- d.ciJeJtol4 tht tjtlj I'yaZ Id.c art tontrd:

Fv7AVnfr-ttvSl'ir0f Qeneh ______ Arrrive at Manatee next day by 4 p m; providizr2ftr tAe eatira mail, heicerer lari.. and wAa.
fcvtiyn It-mms \\oodbury a fc tl
born in Petersburg on the day of the WASUISCT, Avyutt 12, 1865. j Arrive at Tampa next day by 4 p m"; dress is -f county of Slate of-.pro "cairni,, ccrkint izJttzaccuni3P:' mad3r.tAepr f.

evacuation. The mother dying, the child was NEW VUEK,Sept26, 1 86$ P IO1'OSALS will be received the Contract Office of 6426-From Key West to Miami, 175 miles, and back, poses to convey the mails of the United States, from treats over all etktrtfad ao at&ert are eo.ri
seat to lUclnn4j, and then taroa li the linc-s During the past week there has been a general and severe tbid Department until 3 p. m.,of October 31, 1865, once i month. January lit, 1866, to June 30, 1867,oa route No.-c--, A modification cf a bid& any cf its essential ters*
the mails the United States from January Leave Key West oa the 8th of each month between and wider the advertisement
to Ncw York reaiiiua for conveying oi ; - bid anl be
where it in cioxCiAic Qotton goods. About ten days 'tantamount to new cannot received, 00aa -
a nur Hv was placed! in charjre of aSthefii BTnPtonioflack ofcoufideuce. Ifl the 1, 186e,to June 30, 1867,Ir tiie State of Arrive at Miami by the iqth; of the Postmaster General, dated August 12, 1865, with to interfere with regTilar compeutior, after the last
c. prevailing
order of the it wat Leave Miami the 25th of each month "celeritT. oertaintp. and security" the annual of
on ;
rctn. -
ved hIgh imi-cn appeared in a lealins jobber marking FLORIDA, hour set for receiving bid?, jftkirg a riw LtL wit a
) to aterbnry for chntc of air, ticing\ down Garwr'e priuu,of which he has the exclusive sale, on the routes and b the schedules of departures and arrival Arrive at Key West by the 5'lthv 7 dollars. g'maranteeandcercate, lathe only way ty codify a

jim dehcate health. Gen. Ex clyn fell] h one of the 3c. per yard. TU w M followed by a couiwtiag large herein specified. 6427-From Fort Taylor, by Cedar Tree, to Fart Dade, Thlt proposal it made vit&full knovlidgt of tkt < ttante I previous bid. .-
Uattl* bou.th a amounted KoremlerlS 1865. 20.miles, and back, ance a week. of tht roHtt, tAt vtiglit of the mail to b* carried r tlwSdener
preceeding the f.11 of Pcteivbu* Tho general reduction iu print; and the downward Decitiosi by 21. Postmasters are to be eartfal cot to ertif
Leave Fort Taylor-Saturday at 1 m and alt atker perticvlan to tlu routt end
IaoernenI at last 0. p ; inrtjernttt of thai
the covenrd ch of Cotton guaraatcrs or sureties without knowing
lastff ivaThcirto *
Si"i m the ffja Roods, anti resultod in*dediae ranging every from 10 to 25 (niOOEBS WILL -rXAMI>C CAKIITLLT THC.L1WS, tOW, Arrive at Fort Dade by 8 pin; serrate, and also after cartful txcntityition oftht Lttel they are persons of sufficient responsibility; a ditrtysrdof
SoutluIx Dad at 5 and itlructioHt attached to tht adzrtissiaw .
Leave Fort Saturday a m *
percent. The agents mere SSrECLLLLT THK LATor ; this instruction it riotatio
reluctant to follow the decline 1X5TEUCTIOXS INXEIED, A>D potttttsxttrt m eft&eiroath
-Thc people of Lu6iana itrc takiag on the jobbing trade, aid have not done so fully; Tag. ?AIT isarurcTioir 19.) &rm4veatFortTaylorby 12 m.612S Dated (Signed.) ofofiee, *jecljj SLim to %mmt&*.' remotof.
*n orJcrly auI prat.jJ tnethol for o ie scarce goods, indeed, they continue nominallT -Fram Crystal River, by Black Dirt Welcclva. and S Guazank.. All bidder', guarantors, and sureties are dntinctly notified

cJaim to CithCUhip. oftcingtlmeir old quotati s, The uJine ia -a oitund reault of the 5401-From Fernandinato Charleston, SC, 175 tidIes, Long Pond,to Clay*Landing*, 70 mile, and bock, The undersigned,residing at State of that oa a failure to enter iat> or pentun the COD-- a
Duming the past month late extreme< i six week if eonaect- once a week. undertake that, if the foregoing bid for carrying the mail tracts for the ia thJf bid
Ps.reghter of all iuoUti lpRid likely toprote pcrmaneut, and back, timce a ;or(Uily, service proposed fa accepted
(plalifie.I voters has been made, for thetuoatacUve'period and the season ia past and Jbemillj lngrQutLozsoJ'rn. '"*. f- Leave Crystal RivVr Tuesday at 6 a m; on route No.-be accepted by the Postmaster General their legal liabilities will be enforced sgaiust them.

lID eieCt4XlJZS htmtl fvt 4e1tatcs] to a are daily increasing their production, while at the Leave Fernandint daily, except Sunday, or daily, Arrive at Clay Lan Qag next day by 6 p m ; Che bidder shall,prior to the lit day January, J866, 21L. Present contrartora,' State Leave day Landing Thursday at ft ft m; eater into the required obligation or contract to performthe
Pl that present of equally with wh rsj *
prices raannfkctarera name; proccr guarantor*
Couti0 range can make baad- st4p.in;
to -
so1ct 8 service with and sufficient sureties.
c.andjJat. fr some profits. Ia such aa uettledcodtionorueuar. Arrive at Charleston next dajs by T f. mu; Arrive aUJryftal BJrer next day by p m; proposed, good and certifcatcft cf their sufficiency substantially in:tle

based (bfl the thitn tizt the This action ii ketfthcre Is, of wurse, a general stajnation of badness. Lean Charleston daily, except Sunday, or dally, 642g.-From tikft City, by New Boston, McQneen, New end flit liokilititt r* .da,atwaud vntLntandiny dtttinctfy under tiu eM tAm(cat i0i forms above nrescribed.. The certicate cit su.eneymuatbe

thcou1 Cuor4tizens tire Ueavy Brown Shec'Jngs have fallen 67c,;fine bleached at 7 SO p. n; Troy, Mclntoth; Clay Landing, FayettevBle, AU ly guarantor t 3d 27fA si bya ptmaaaterorby eju..faeursofrecord.

lo1aI majorfty fthSttaua Shirting i ; 1O15c., and I'rioa, 66c. Atheat'crr.andinaa t days by ia30 m.C402 seas Otie, (Cedar Key,) and Bayport, to Cleft- nttio'oflktaetcfC4ffTtofJIy 1835. o other will be itted. Tkr cenies.
>aitaua mi to be recognized citizn"J ; The exporu of DamestlctXjttOM from this*porttoforvlfn -From Fernandiza bT Csllihan Baldwin, Trail water Harbor, 360 miles, end back, once a w ek. Dated (Signed by two guarantors.) nrast also have afixed to it Ave-ceat ivrenu tarcf,

ftute the State, p4 ajp entitled to'rccog! ports for the week endJnfiSept. SI, 1863,Uve been Ridge, Starke,-Wajdo. GaineiTill*,Archtr, sad Leave Lake City Friday at I a ra; % CtrtifeaU. caocclled as required bj law.fl 5S

&1 l >I1ow Bronaon, to Cedar Kejf Atsen* Qtie,) 154 Arriv* at Abena Otis Saturday, tad at Baypor and nnderslgaed,postmaster >State of S \

Total! tr the wetrV, 12 Fr.vtouey repotte4,I 4 mPe, and tw> ]t IL-art i Hr or



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-I BO ROT LIKE TO.UUU HIM PElV tber" "DcarlittloS-iinViJO said, abutting Religions Miscellany.! .- connecting routes so run., Leave; Clearwater Harbor Moaihy at C a m ;* with the above'guarantors, and knows 5- them (o tc

the carriage-door, "to-morrow." Leave Fernandina daily, except Sunday, or daily, Arrive at Bavport same day,at Abena Otic Tuesday, of property, and able to make good their guarantee,,
I do not like to hear him pray, Oh Philip Arne" there is and UNDER THE LEASES. atO.45p.m ; and at Lake City Thursday by 4 p m. Dated. Digued
Who loans at"twenty-five per cent., a long bright Oft bare I walked these woodland p thila Arrive at Bald*in by 3.45 p.m., at Gsines'sihleby 6-1Z9-Frona Lake City, by Suwannce Shoals and Bvnton," The above certificate muH bare affixei! 16 itt tIre

For then I think the borrower mayfl.preedtOiayforoodanjren to-morrow waiting for you 1 But be could not ttdneas, cot foreknowing 7.15 p. m., and at Ccd; r Keya by 11.15 p. m; to Blount's Ferry miles,and back,once a week. revenue stamp, csm.cHcd; as Ihc law, reriuires. *

; break her pretty T>bubble to-night, though the That underneath the withered leaves, Leave Cedar Keys daily, eiccpt Sunday, or daily, Leave Lake City Wednesday at 3 a la;
And in that book we all should heed, pretty thing so balked him. The house was The flo*era of spring are growing. .. at 4.20 a ra; Arrive at Blount's Ferry by 6 p m.- 1NSRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS .1'03TMASTE

wInch says the lender shall be bet! crowded, every square inch of space flaunted Arrive >C Gainesville by LC5 a, m., at Baldwin Leave Blount'a Ferry Thursday at tt a m ; tCoaainir9 al*& ronrfi/fo/w to be.f tcorpwuttJi
Jut cure as I can read, To-nay the winds have swept away by 11.30 a m., and at Fernandiaaby 2.35 p. m. Arrive at Lake City by 6 p m. confuted t. the tjetent the Htpnrtmtnl may dew pfoj
and diamonds and faces
It docs not say take interest. plumes glittering ; aa Those wrecks of autumn splendor, 6431-From* Lake City, by huntsville, White Spring,
she it bit of swan's And here the fair Arbutus-flowers 6403-From Jacksonville, by Baldwin, Barber's and 1. SevenmlnntwareallowcdtofachiDtennediateeBwhen
appeared was thought a and BellviuV to Maduoa 6 i
.S I do not like to hear Lira pray fresh Ocean Pond, to Lake Cur, CO J miles, and back, Jasper, Jenning, not otherteespecified, for brtTcg the maj
down bad been blown Arc springing, and tender.
down before week.
the footlights back
miles, and om-e a,
On bended knccg about ati.hour, e'u times a week, ordoily, if connecting routes but on railroad amrvtearuboat routes thereiatobc
For grace to epcnd aright the din'. and oscillated there upon the blast of applause 0 prophet flowers, with lips of bloom) so run. Leave Lake (.Wednesday at 7 a m ; more delay then U bu fitiiut for auexclwiigtr cf tie"to -

.5. Who knows his neighbor has nv Hour; that it encountered petite, so exquisite Surpassing in their beauty Bidders will propose a schedule of departures and Arrive at Madwon next day by 5 p m ; pouches. | '

.. Pd rather MC him go to mill so shining, vet full of such magnificent This pearly tints of oceau sheila, arrivals Leave Madison Monday at 7 a m; 2. On railroa-l ftfiocboct linen, and other rout',
.. And buy the lucklca brother bread, pow Ye teach me Faith and Duty. 6404-Frora'Tallahassee, by Dafley's Mill, Aocillo, Sandy Arrive atfake City nextjday by. p m; nhere tiieroode'cf vo&vrvaricc eJu.its ot ii, the spet
er, all felt spelled, spccchlcj$ aiid awed, as 6432-From Lake C"ty, by Durham, Palestine,and Oius-
trove and St. of the Tost-OStce
And Ids
M$ children cat their liii Font, Madison, Columbiu Spring agents Dcpaita.ent, a -'o pcsivfliLUnks
I.- And Jaugh beneath their humble died. though gazing upon a mirage-an unreality. Walk life's dark way, ye eeem to say, .' Helena, toLake City, 107$ mile:*, and back,six tee, to New River,42 pules and back,.once a week.. r.uul begs, locks and keys, are to be tonvcj s
In faith and I
hope, foreknowing Leave Lake City Thursday at 6 a m ;
Silence fell like a pall about them till silvery timra a week. without extra charge.S. .
1 do cot like to bear him pray, That where man sees but withered leaves, An ivc ot New River next day by 12 m ;
schedule of atd and lines the
sweet her cleft it and soared into the Bidders will propose a departures On railroad caraboat route agc&ti -
S 44 Let blessings on the widow be r song em- God sees the fair flowers growing. Leave New River Friday at I p m; to\je
arrivals.C105 the are cor.vejed without
Who ncA'cr seeks her home to nay, pircan of molody ; now it rippled and toyed St. Marks Tal211 !- Arrive nt Lake City next day by 6 p m. Dcpartrjent commodious chaige, r
-From by Jlodgson'a Diatillery/to for the use of the agcnu a car, or s fl, -
S- If want o'ertakes you, conie to ine," with careless grace, glided forward, returned S THK KioiiT OF RELIGION.-Some one whose lahisee." miles, and ack. six times week.or 6433-From Ncwnanaville by Scgar Grove, Providence, merit in the centre of o car, properly lighted warict

I hate the prayer EO long, like a buttcrflyloth to leave the dear blos oai it head is unusually level has written out" his daily/if connecting lines BO run. and Ellisville, to Lake City, 86J milcff, anti back, and furnL-hcd, and adapted to the convenient separaC _,

That's offered for the orphan's weal, may never find again-pirouetted a second in ideas religion, as follows. It will do to real Leave St. Mark's daily, except Sunday, cr daily, once veck. ?, and due set writ j of the inails, K to be provided by ,.
By him who sees him crushed bv Leave Newnansville Monday atC a m ;
wrong, mid-nir then floated in fullest and think about : We want a religion that at2.15p.m ; conductor, ur.d r the direction of the DepnrUuent.Raiiroml .
: And only with the lips doth feel. grandest resonance Tallahassee 3.80 m Arrive at Lake City ft p m ; %
Arrive at by p. ; and htcamboat con panics are required to
; fcom sweetness to from into the family and keeps the husband from Leave Lake tt G
gladness a m
gladness goes City Tuesday ;
I do not like to hear her sway Leave Tallahassee daily, except Sunday, or daily, from awl deliver it into the poet offices at tbegnnIii
to eternity Ladies held their breath when the dinner is late keeps Arrive atXewimns>viHe by 5 p ro.
an ofjov. being spiteful ; *
S With jewelled carotid fcilkcii Ureas, atlOa.m ; ? and ind of their routf and to and frdni 15
Whose washerwoman toils to-day, bent toward her, drawn by her electric wand ; the wife from fretting when the htuband tracks Arrive at St. Mark's by 11.25 a. m. Proposals for sem-wocMy service in Ued.6t31 offices not more tLan eighty rods from a station or lea

S And then is asked to "work for less," men of the world, who had squandered life and the newly washed floor with his muddy boots, 8406-From Callahan, by Nassau Court House, (local,) -. From Xewnanstille to New Boston, by Tuotenuj.'jree-50 rahc, and back,hlftutkneo once- ing. Propoab way be submitted by the companies f
Such piowithsversI despise; innocence without a sigh, heard the invitation of j and makes the.husband mindful of the scraper King's Ferry, and Centre Village, Go., tu Tradcr'aIlill vrcck.., the ps'rformance of all ether tide service-tliatf*, fcrtfices

With folded hand* and airs drmurp," angelic choirs; "saw distant gates pf Eden j and the door-mat ; amuses the children as well Leave,Callahan SS miles,Tuesday and back at, 7 once a. ro a; etk. Leave XcwnaasMl'e WcJncday at 7 a ra ; over eighty"rods (fiom a'r station or !Irtcding1.
lift theii There
heaven will tic bills
They to prepared by pctu3scrsother <
eves, felt with the of the instructs them wins as well them; Trader's Hill 7 m Arrive nt Near Bwton by 8pm ; ay
Then bteal The caming of tne pocrl gleam ; unbounded'mi.'cry as ; governs Arrive at by p. ; agents cf the Department, to oetoitpany the icaicaavcv
rici! man toilured with a glimpse cf Paradise, projects the honey moon into the harvest moon, Leave Trader'JJiil Monday at 7 a. in ; Leave New Boston Tuesday at 7 a m ; rd on railrt ads and steamers spci ifj ing the ci n
Xewaansville bv 8
I do not like Mich rorJler* putter*; how mid makes the happy hours like the eastern fijI Airive at Callahan by 7 p. ni.Progpsals Arrive at r in. va other
miraculously beautiful WAS holiness. Well! .6135 From L'ail.-'s Mill! Wiukccnalj! miles! and her and destination of the ssveral l-oga. prjcpal
If I to Iw invited. 5J ,
wrong, hope forgiven for scmi- ceUly service
; their souls to' this I tree bearing in its bosom at once the beauty of ? routes, li's.ewi, nccipte will be required ar.J ws5 -
Xo angel's wing them upwartl! licarsThey're might they atune spirituality CI07-From Lew isville to Callahan, Smile*, and tack, back, twice a ww k. be examined the
S lost a million miles fioin Lnu.. harmony, it was the last strain ol'Saint's they the tender blossom and thegloiy of the ripened once a week. An i ve at Bailee's 11 ill Tr.pxlay and Thursday at 1 2 m; >ils! forwarded! injure; the latter regularity to in the delivery by of sever nut'-! *

S I do not like long prav er? to hear, would ever bear till in heaven shej'"in%tie! Jubilee fruit. We want a religion that bears not onlyoff Lcnve Lcwisville S tunJy! 31 3 a, m ; Arrive at Waukcciuh, by i p m ; poitiunster 4. No ,to will be mad for trijs not performed; an .

: And studied from'the lips dt-ptul: Ford look yon, fingers of flame ire elatchingat the binfulncss of bin, but on the rascality of A rri re at Callahan by S a. ra ; Leave Waukeentih Tuesday-nnd Thuriday tt t 9 u ra; for each uf jay such oniusion. net satisfactorily explained! ,
: Our Father Lend* a n>*.Iy Car, banishes Leave Callahan Saturday at 1 to a. m; Arrive at Bailey's Mill-by 11 a m. be deducted. F .
that of the .
and trip may
religion thiee times tie
hcrgarmcnts-snatching clambering racing lying stealing ; a pay
'S : Let wordi be few, He hears the hvJi Arrive at Lcwisville by 12 in. .1-136-From Brtfiej's 5jil! to Miccc5ukcer 20 n.ile.! and to break connexion
they multiply around her, play with the small measures frqm the counters, and baskets 6108-From Trail Ridge to Middldburg, ,Jt 5 miles, and back, twice a week.Leate ., for bthind and cot tine sufficiently as excustd, ne-fouria tvirfc

**H. L'iCkCt ribbons of her hair, catch at the hanging of.t he from the stalls, pebbles from the cotton bags, back twice a w..tk. / Bailey's Mill Tuesday and Friday at 10} a ro; (depending lithe con mails atioti fur Use trip is subjrtt to foftiiure.

Ui' btage-aud wrap all in undi tingniCLab'e' terror clay"from paper,sand from sugar, chickory from S Leave Trail Ridprc Monday and Thursday et 5 u. m., Airive at Jliccostikee by 3 p m ; For repeated pen delinquencies of the kind herein *j 'iif ,

[Cone!uilcd from our lad She had seen them as they leaped from her feet I cuflc-c, beet root from vinegar, alum from bread, or on arrival of mai1 from Fernaii'ITua. ; Leave Mi'.cosi.kcc Tut-od.fv an l Criilaj at G a w; enlarged penaUii1'! proportioned to the nature thereof,
iszw.JllI.WU&T Arrive
Arrive at 9 at Bailey's Mill by'lO m. -
Middkburjf by a ra a
lard from butter from wine an I ; zcd th'i importance of the unit), may l c,made
and fronted her paralyzed with fear, unalilu strychnine ,
coy ; Leave Micldleburg Monday and Thursday at 2 p. m ; Propot 5. For leavieg er ,
IT DID WITH HIM. to cry out, she felt herself smothered in wo :lcn water from milk cans. Arrive at Trail RiJge by C p. m. 6-137-rorn Moalcy Hall fo Madison, 15 miles,ocdbaik, t'ortiun (if them fcr the adni.siOi of r.seagors, or rr.

l'bey went io Italy ; they lraiijj liC'!
distilled from its t &kyanti caili! aud sea; they And whispered", *' I knew you w ould save.me. will not put all the bi strawberries auth peaehcs ((5103-From Xew River to tarke> 13 iidlet, and1>nck, Leave Mosluy hail Monday at t a m ; intelligence in advance of the mail, a qcartcr'j

wandered among flue phosUof tlic pat, ano"iig: Arthur !'' she mi It will oiler baskets of foreign wines Lcnve New River Saturday at 8 a. ra ; Leave Madison Monday at 1 p m; Fines will ire joseil, uncf the deUn the beautiful records of ancient 1ng1i kcieo.__ only to behold! the living love in the dead paljid j not more Arrive at Starke -by 1U m ; Arrive at Mosley Hall bv G p m. l sail ceitlilcatea cf

It endowed him with it* mrlanclioiy ; .Lut for face of Philip Arne-there, where ''ie had fallc i t than the vincvarik ever produced bottles. Leave Starke Saturday at 1 p m ; 6133-From Bristol!, by Blue Creek, to TaUohs-iSce, SImile team or satisfactorily die affidavits explained of otiur credible by persons, for ptwtici failing

Smut, her1 i.pir5ts rose and foil like the irridcsccnt close beside her, half resting on the tame cusfi- The reliiiio'ii! tin tis to sanctify the world pays Arrive at Nw
foambows of the jjlaiiciug v\ntcr-tVH. ions. its debts "it docs not consider, f-aly cents re- 6110-From Gainqsullc! by Miianopy, rkmington, Ocala 5 Leave Bristol Thursday at 2 p in ; mail from, or deliver it into, a pest office ; for suffering, it

"\VTietlicr the blue wave at X.-iplcs coaxed them Every one said he died from inhaling flame. tnrncd for one hundred given is according tu Long Swamp, Adamsvillj, Sumterville, Pierce- Arrive at Tullaha.' ee next day by 6pm ; to get wet, injCnd, destroyed robbed, or tost; iml for :
liile and Fort Taylor to T 151 miles Leave Tallahassee Wednesday at 7 a m
uwpa, and ; the wail
to waudcr its threshhold And ho did know how it came: gospel, though it may be according jto law.It refusing, after jdeir.and, to convey as frcqcemtr
idly on or the lou low suppose you back, twice a week. Airive.nt Bristol next day by 12 fii. is concerned ia running
as the contractor runs, or u
moan of the Genoese water chanted: in their about look-son a man who has failed in trade, and who Leave Gainesville Tuesday and Friday on Arrival of 6139-From Newport to St. Maiks, 54, mile?, and back, couch, car, t-r carob.pat on a route

cars perpetual miserere for the ruwninj poet.or Thrrc stood rung in Florence a --tatcly mansion eoi.timie* to live in luxury, as a thief. It looks mail from Fcraandiua-say at ft a n ; tliroS times a work, 7. The iVwt mastctf General: inay %acnul the contract for

whether Venice, sad Venice, opened her palaces sculptured and splendid w ith garden on, a man who promises to pay fifty dollars on Arrive at Tampa nest days by II p. m ; Leave Newport Monday, Wednesday, and Friday repeated failures to run agreeably contract ; for viola-

and spread her sea with blark torchuitgon- swathing it on every side . Gainesville Arrive 12
Arjz ve at next days by 7 p. in. at Ly ni ; to discharge a carrier when
dolas and singing gondolier, biforc( tlicjroyes, river went singing I hy ; if one in a boat floated : it ou demaud with or without interest, as a liar. Proposals for tri-wetkly service invited. Leave St. Jlaits Monday, Wednesday, and Friday the required! Department by the iKpannent; refusing to do EO; for running*r.f\.

it was still the same ; ntrcsagingNis cii the lazily below it at every window they would see i Christian JZiv.TIHXGS -0411-Frotii Gainesville* to Xewuons", 13 miles, and at 1 pm- press as aforesaid; cr for transporting person or paclegi -

one hand, and unnatural joy oil tlnj oilier surrounded cherub faces clustering, hear laughter and song, 10 PRAY FOR.-We ought to implore back, twice ivcek. Anive at Newport at 2pm. convening niait.iUe matter out ot the DP all.

: the two-the unequal) cLU r.nd 110w of and perhaps the sacred and disfigured phantom God t'j.t' lie would give to us, and to every one Leave Jatiicoiillc Tui'sdayanJ FrHay on arrival ofmail Proposals for six times a week service invited. 8. The'VoUmast! r General may order an increase of
6410 From BenLaUen Shell Point and
froriTFernaiKiinn pi ,
9 Newport by
at ,
that broad river Inspiration, hav'np: its fuuntain-, of that me.inorj-.l night ; Saint Ann, the children I like-minded with us, great grace, wisdom and Arrive at Xcwnansville next-say days by 2 n*a.; m ; Pawtuxctt, to Sopchcppy,. 23 miles, cod bee!:, service oathe oa a rente contract by allowing He may therefor change a pro schedule raia iu-nt

Lead in the linfitlcss, uncx]>loivd sa of the Soul call her still the mate cantatrice. And beyond I courage, that we may be enabled to stand in Leave XtHnansville Tuesday and Friday at 2 p. in; once a wetk.. cwease departures and arrival*pay.in all cases, and, paiticuiurly fc>

Iu Italy she achieved her major of ivput.itiou ; from the bosom of foliage and flowers, springs our lot, and, cnmc good or ill, quit ourselves Arrive at Gainesville by 7 p. in. Leave Newport F iJay at 8 a m ; make them conform to connexions with railroads, with

England and America have ccliocd .nly the dolorous the white crss that marks Philip Arnc's giave like men, unto the uttermost. That He would, Proposals! for tri-wvckly scnico invited.C412 S Arrive .u Sopchof b> 6 p m ; out increase of pay, provided the ruimir.g time be not

minor thereof: they have never known suid breaks the sunshine into a thousand"siiilc of His great give and tense to thc 1 -From Orange Springs, by Moriwnn'a Mills and leave Sopchoppy Saturday ct 10 am ; abridged. He may alSO order an increase of speed, ai.
mercy grace
Micanopy, Wucahcotic, 40 mile, and back, Arrive at Newport by 6pm.C within the resti ictions of the law, pro ruia in-
the splendid! ebullience of her POII -onlv itregrtfu1anguish. 1'or v'araSaiiit Ann taught children, poor disloyal men and women scattered over the land, twice a week. 141-From Quincy, by Mount Pleasant, to Chattahoo- crease lowictr,of t r a y t tr the additional s'.Otk. *.r carriers, if anv.

The cntliuslasi, of Ihe Italian hoinelesscliildron to ring ; took them into licr and mixed with the loyal people,to sec the great Leave Orange Springs .Monday and Fi i Jay at 9 a. in; che! 21 miles, and hack, twice a wi ek. The contractor may, boweicr, i:* tit cafe f incrtast tf

would build triumphant arches in her path: propelled heart, as Philip Arne had taken her, and dying. wickedness and danger of the principles they Arrive at Wacahootie by 9 p. in; Leave Quincy Tuesday and Friday at 8 a m ; Zpccf, rtKnquLliiCc contrail, by giving prccpt notice mo St.

her chariot with its energy, crowned her divided her fortune among thorn. So now at oherMi, and the practices' they. encourage; so Leave Wncahootie Tuesday and Saturday 3 a. m ; Arrive at Cliattahoochee by 1pm ; the Pepartment that he prefers doing f-utocarryirg the
Arrive it OrangcF.uings by 3 m. .Leave Chattahoochre Monday and Thursday 12 ra; Tl' Ta-tanster General also! di.ccntir.uc .-
>> Florence show two small flow- crdjr into effect. way -
Kmpre BofSohgandrhilipa\v.-ill lovely they that and
; with proud you tlicy may repent thereof turn to a better 6413-From Orange fprir-g, by loin, to Flemir.gton, 31 Arrhe at Quincy by 3 p m, cr curti.il the service, in whole! cr in pdit, iu cr ..
dismay he too had attained-bill 4o such emp ergrown craves and an old bewildered violin. way. That: He would confound* the conn; miles, and back, t>nce a week. Proposals for tri-weekly sen ice invited. der to phce en the route a greater di&r
tiness She had not tinned to him ; he could This is Arid soli and break the endeavors of all open rebels Leave Orange Springs Monday at 8 a. in ; 6112-From Bainlridgo (Ia., and BcIIevue! Fb., alter whenever the public interest, in Lt jcJ) tLent, shall! rrr.ire -

tvait; stiH *hc looked for his counsel, was glad 5ti pgainst the life of this nation which God has setup Arrive at Fieiutr.gton by 5 p. i j ; nately, by Cliattaiooch! Fla Aspalaga! Oclice- <; such tli-icontr.uaaec or cut..ilnieiit tar a.iy oder

to have him always near, prattled to him as the HEN sir smrs IOJIE HOJHK. afld enlarged and against its Government Leave Flemiug-on Tuesday at 8 a m ; see, Bristol, and RickoeV Bln>T, to Appuladiicola, eauro; l.c allowing as a full indtn-.r.ity to contractor tao
I have that Arrive at Orange Springs by 5 p. m. 201 mile-' end back, three- times a week from month's on the amount of.rvice <5L.pewd
sbipa put to sea, extra pay
anmtner sea prattles to ihc beach-that waseomethinff. which God Jias ordained ; and so show his won 15 October 15th June aid take week the
Many and many a you- ago; 6414-From Ocala to Camp Izui-J, 20 miles, and back, to a with, and pro raia tompe.isatlon for tilt oniount of uerv -
But now it was her time to love, Heavily frci, utcd they must be, derful companion to them as" to keep them: once a week. rej.1ue. I ice retained art! continued.y. .

he thought; no longer n child, she might assemble But they come not luck to mo, from peri.e rat'' ff all further mischief, .and to Leave Ocala Tuesday at 2 p. m ; I'rvm 15/A Oefoltr to 15th Jt'ne. I'ayments will; be made by collection ft cm uv drafts

the world- at her feet, and choose; he On the eternal ibb and flow. turn them from .their dreadful sin and folly.- Arrive t'an.p hard by 8 p. in ; Leave BainbriiJge Tucttlay, Friday, and Sunday tt on postri .tcr--, tr otherwise i after the expiration t-f each!

would not stand in the way, nor obscure her To the sailors' litwjli and jeer, That He would so order in His great goodness Leave Camp hard Tuesday at 5 a. m ; 12 n and Believe! each alternate Tuesday, Fii- I charter-say in May, August, Xovcn-.ltr, >id: Ftbrnirv
When they laeet tne on the pier, Arrive at Ocala by 1 2 1.1. day, and Sunday 4pm ; 10. The duitiinew" given acerding tu the tef information
night; gratitude she mi jht inKtakc for love, he Watching, -v\afdi5iv!{ for my fhipn; that all in authority among us may be kept from 611 1 5-From Silver Spring to Ocala, 5 J miles, and back, Arrive at Appalachico.t! next days! by 2pm ; ; Lat no 5r.cieaed pay will le allowed eLouivl "

must.bc generous and just. Poor fool \\vhv saying to me scornfully every evil any, and from every purpose unworthy ouce a vrttk. Leave AppaLu-tacoIa Mon.day, Wednesday., and- FriIaT they be greater than advertised, if the points to be supplied

not give yonnidancqwil! chanced YITJ vaid your hope must Je, of the great necessity laH npon'us, and the Leave Sihcr Sprin/ a'-a' at 2 p. m ; ( *t .;5 pin ; are -crrettiv f.tatejL; Liddtrs wiift infant ti.cmrk -

AtFlorcnce, whither crowds followed them, For some iron breaker--' lips, great end set before us ; so that complete triumph Arrive- Ocala by 1 p. m ; Arrive at Bainbri-'ga' next dajs by 9 p in. and Belle- ,- ii thiv point, and ulao hi reference t the weightofthe
change followed well. This Ur tii'1-spa recfor, midnight gale, Leave Oeal Sauida( > at B a. m }- tue eaiaternit! Tucnilay, TL.us-Jay, n'J SunJay mail, the cord4cnGt roads, biLL", strean.5, &e..
as haughty: young Long rincc eruMied each suliait helm, and lasting peace may be speedily secured Anive Silver: Spring by ho a. 10. by fi p m. ani all til tridgei' ftrries or o.strnction of any ki'd Py
3 Englishman, with his nut-brown beauty, his And -cut into tatters every eail. for us by means which God will own atid 6416-From Etomab, by Palxn, to Magnolia Mill-r, 22 /') out 1.')// Jane to Ittt'iWctobtr. \ 'eh txj'vr.se may' be incurred.jnh t claim for ak'n-

kccu, cruel eyes, his voice like a Iiaip-si/h or a bless. That God, having fitted the nation for niles, and back, oce a wctlf. Leave Baiubfi'Jpp Tut'a Iay and ajrda3 at VS 12 lu, (, al pay,J n.-<.ii< such ground, can L* considered .

trumpet's call, what did he forever in their train f But some d.iyt'p complete success and -having given that to it, Leave Etonian Saturday at 5 a. ra ; and Bellcrue Saturday at .1 p in ; I I alleg'd mi-tikes or Diisipprehension as to the .i iercriee -
S the bay- Arrival Mrgnoli.i Mills by 12 in Arrive at A'pincli5coa! r.rxt days i by 2 m I ferries du .
what did his ; p ; ? mar for br'ulg- uestroyetl, ,
glance >rk ? To would and eiinMe! all walk in ;
rapturous sc Philip I el-.a'.I them 1 knuft incline men to '
RCC bVthhi ; Leave Magnolia Mills Saturday! r.t I p. m ; Leave Appafochicola! Monday and Wedtesdav at I I6pm oroiSiCrobctm! ( ticna "ui re sing di.tar.ce.oec'.im : .
all woe and misery was npri-ed in the beam Swaying rope and silken sail, such ways of wisdom, justice and humanity that Arrive attlcniab Ly 8 p. rn. ; ]I t'i. cor.trait tcim. UfSces cttabjlbli>d alter t. > .

of those eyes; the. smile clustering about thd Tapcrii mast which ncvt-r a gale all the results <>f this frightful struggle shall turn fill?-From St. Augustine to Picoata! 18 miles, and Arrive at I'ahibiMge! next ua > by 9 p m, nnd tt i iBcUctue j.tii'-nent U .5flil, and alto 4uriiii tie! ccntrnc r-'t .

perfect lips, a mirage poisonous .i--ps in my. Has struck with o'er-A'aclihiug blow; to the glory of His adoi able name ; and that the back, tsiec a week. Thursday by 5pm. to l-e vL-itcd nit.oa:extra pay, if the ',.ILitanc'
nad convolutions Ah but And frow whoso hku.U-r! head shall how Leave St. Augustbc Thursday end Saturday et 8 6113-From Mariana, by Beiifvue, JJainbridg, Ga., .
Saint and be were Colors ypsirkling to tl. brcc/e." evils of these troublous times may pass utterly *
a. m; 40 miles, and back, tni (* a wttJc cautioned to mail '- ia
Bidders t1Citj
not RO much alike as brother! and bister Shu the dwka .Iii4l I.e and return no more forever while the 11.
High pilc-l on ,
away Arrive at Picolata to 1 p. m ; Leave Mariana Mi'uky aid Thursday at t ii mu ; n-ach tbc Ptpsrtneittbytl.eday amlh T .1,
; T4eto
felt differently all this you may be turc, and I'rwiours f e-igl.ts thoj\c )iTougLt to me, good that God will bring out of them, both lo Leave Picolata Thur Jay nnd Saturday at 5 p. m; Arrive BambtjJgu( by 6 p m ; ((3: p. ro., I'ctobcr3ibrbid3! rceivett a.1e- !. '- -

came even to him for sunpatfnHow, alas! Gold* from distant Asia's seas this republic and all tliu inhabitants: thereof, am! Airiveat St. Augastino by 10' p. in. Leave L'kiulirislge TurfJ.iy jnd Friday at S a m;' rill not be considered in competition with a Hionatlc
this bond Glowing! {x nii and tropic Uooir.-i, Proposals for four tin.-..- ,: week service invfted ai Arrive at Mamra !.V 7 HI. "
of brotherhood fretted bin It had to the world, may J be a perpetual inheritance, to > ; o p feif.oact recci.J Ta tkce. Neither <-->
Stra'.ig"' rich vcrd. nnd ro.-e perfumes, for fcltered of J arrivals. for tivc-ctLiv! service invitetL .
an sci ''iii lapai'tircs! an Proposal i-on.-.dertlnLicliare: wiwiout the guarantee r. -
worn a deep gash in his heart his endless Jesus Christ the Savior
suddenly perceived Gay pluuu-J hlnls, p.ud tld''c J ike these. piaisc, through 6113-From Pilatka, bv.Or..ne Springs!, Orange Lake, 6441-From Meriani, by Orange Hill, Vrinon, Doa<;liavillc. !law and a cci tiCcate of the sulEcicucy cf suet : .
and,felt! ; had tlonc its work insidiously But Letter, Ijetttr far to me of the world.-Dr. JJreclcinrhtyc.W and l Jottage, to Ocala, 53 mil!?*, ai.d back, twice a '- Knox Hill!, L'ClieeAflna, V/aruviic! and AUEtinvillc 12. UUaeM bboutd ti-s>t propose for strictl!; .

and in silence. Blind and dumb, ithad wrougl'tDO In inc ves.-tla' hold rfjll bo, arc prone to imagine that our temptations wcvk.Le to Milton, 1 10 niie! aud buck, once a to the advertisement, and then, if they desh'efor

oi>ptsition. Should he loose the bond now, Hopes I thought were dead and gone, arc peculiar ;-that other hearts arc free ve Pilatka Monday and Friday at 1-a. m ; week. S different service; and if the regular bid be

the dreadful wound might c htill wider and Tear* va ,i-h many a year Arrive at Ocala by 4 p. ra ; Leave Jl.iriana TnewLy at 9 p ra ; offered for the advertised service, the ether j. ., -
jraj whieU I faint from secret burdens that onr energies
Voices hear
to oppresses Leave Ocala Tuesday and Saturday at 9 a. iu ; Arrive at Milton next Thursday by 8 p m ; be coit-idefed.
more threateningly. Alas. l'biip! and yet you Bl&liug lue no longer mourn. and cast a cloud upon our joy ; that life has for Arrive at Pilatka by 12 at night. Leave Milton Friday at i2 u ; may 13.: Thre should be bat cue route Lid in a proposal-!

would not have left her, shivering and hungry, And a love shall then be mine others a freer movement, and a less embarrassed 6-119-From PiUtka, by Orange Mills, Tocoi, Picolata, Arrive at Mariana next SanJiiy by 10 a m. Consolidated or combination bids ("prcpofcteg cue sets
in the old arched Which hLall never away froai me Mitgnolia Mills, Ihbcrnia, Ma.Mkrin, Jack-suutilic Proposals! for &Si-weckitservice invite "
doorway. vraylj. lint ia no one has God made the human for ffo or inure routes ) are forbidden by law, and can-
I listen to the voice of sister Fail across the lonely :*, VellowBluiT, Mfyport Mills, Fomaudina, Ft Mary' 6145-j-Frota Maria'ia, by Econfnato, St. Andre?'* Boy, nwtbecoa i.Ured.
crystal heart to carol its of and
your But forever anil tiiiur.No .. thoughtless song joy ;
wax, ', Ga., Brunswickj and Frc"dcrica, to Savannah, 57 miles, and back, once a week. the the
Saint 14. The the service ycaily namo
for the firet time route, pay
night, signor, ; 1 1 cannot tell the time shadow of moral rests darkly on '
being us
d.iy 332 mile, and back, oicc: a week. Leave Mariana Wcdisef:; t S a m ; and residence of the bidder, (that is, his usual post office
simpered the bland and widowed Countess Gi- Wh. n ny tvantleriRg ship* will oast all.-J. If. Thorn.He Leave Pilatka Friday at i 6 p. m ; An ivc at St. Andrew's Bay r.e\t diy by S p m ; ad Ir..as,) and tl.OfC of each member of a ra>vwhere a

ondi, with one eye on Arthur G rattan, the handsome Their anchors on the beach at l.vrUAcd that serves Cod with the soul without th Arrive at Jacksonville! next day by 3 a. m ; Leave St. Andrew's Bay irid-yy r.t 6 a m ; company offer', should be distinctly stated.
l fear 'tis far a ay- Leave Jnckionvii! S.iturJsiy r.t i _. ra Anive at Msrana next day by S m.
Englishman. The unconscious shaft shivered ; p I a. JikMcM arc requc-stcd to use,_as farpj"practicable,
Philip. This eternal din r.f sitcrorbro- That perhaps it may not Lc body, when both cat be conjoined, doth the Arrive at Ferna diiia by 1 P. ID ; 6116-Fionj Mnriana, to Compbcltw, 1 | n.ilep, ami the printed proposals furnished by the Department, to

ther Till the far eternity. work of the Lord deceitfully. The body alone Leave Fcrnandiua Saturday at 3 p. m ; back, once a cek. write out ia lull the sum of their bids, and to retain copies
perplexed ; the heavy odors, the blinding Then my gallant ships-miot come can never serve God without the conjunction Arrive at avanaaa next day by U p. in ; Leave Mariana Tuesday al 1 p m"; of them. -5

brilliancy, the color, the flash of eyes and With tlieirpiicdejs! vcntuics Lcmc* and proceeding act of the soul! ; and somcti.iips Leave Savannah Tuesday at 3 p. m; Arrh at Campbcllton by 7 p m ; Altered bid should! not be jiubniiJte J ; nor should !Uua

jewels, in the. Countess' Ealcon, made l h;> brain IVo.a the o<- an .fthc paot the soul without the body is imperfect and vain Arrive at Feruandina noxt day by 2 p. m ; Leave Causpbellton Tuesday at 6 a m'; once .submitted be wiihdrawnr No ttitlidrawal of a Ud-

giddy. IIo was out of himself, and answered, Unu.an-cd by wave or Llast. ; Leave Feraaujina \Vcducsday at 3 p. m ; Arrive Mariana by 12 in.Propotah ]' tier or guarantor will be allowed unless the withdrawal w
with dreamy boldness *' mistake t fur in some actions there i is a body r.nd a spirit, Arrive at Jutksotnillc by 12 at night ; for semi-veekly service invited. 1 duted and received before the last day for receiingpo-

he Signora, you ; how TO SAVE GiitytED TUBES.-While examining and a material and spiritual part, and when the Leave Jacksonville Thursday at 1 a. m; 6147-From Camptc'.Iton, to Geneva, Ala.. 20 ml'c, i p05i!,;. .

w not my bister. It was his thrujU that some apple! trees in the garden where I action hath the same constitution that the man Arrive at Pilatka by 10 a. w. and back, once a week1. Leii bid Knit be guaranteed by two responsible! per
took voice ; Le knew not that be t.ai spoken 6120-Fom Pilatka by Wclak.i Fort Gate live I found that mice had girdled seteftd *)f hath, without the act of both it.is as impc'fect. npb<: ; sons. The bid and gnarantee should fce signed plainly
till thin astonished faces reflected his n-orls, ain Hawkinsnilo, and Kntcrpiuo, to MellorniHc! 124 Arrive at Geneva by G p m ; T\ith the full name of each person.
so many maguifying mirrors. At dusk next them, one ; The Dlpartment reserves the right to reject any lid

day the Englishman desired a conference with inches through nt the butt, and I thought I if you seek in the right way, to get what you Leave Pilatka Moiulay at C A. m; Arrive at Campbclltod by 6 p ni.C113 i-Licb n ry I.e decojcd extravagant, and also to disregard

Arne He with would save it if it could be done. In April I seek; and you are also sure, when you get what Arrive at Mcll<>nvill by 10 p.in ; -Fiom Geneva, A'oby C nc Brake, Fla., Eight'' the bidsot failing contractors and bidder
Philip spoke all the disdainful Leave McllonvilljVcdnesday at C n. m; Mile: and Almininte to Austiinillc, 70 mile end "
16. The cid should be scaled superscribed 1a1T
obis cut some scions from the Uce, and inserted th; you sock, to'find it equal your expectations. It ,
assumption nation. Arrive at Pilatka by 6 p. in. back, once a etk. "
) StStc- Of Florida addressed Second Ass
Allow mo to demand," said he, the cir- ends of them in the tree between the bark and is because Chii-tun! experience proves thcs.: two 6421-From Adam:>ulle, by Palmyra! Like llarric, and Leave Geneva Wednesday at C a m ; aim Proposals: Postmaster, General, Contract, CfSce," and sent>by

cuio stances of your connection'' with this the wood zd'oreand below the girdled space, facts, that Christian experience \vorkcth h>ipe. Lake Griinn, to Ha*kirsville,praties, and back, Arrivo at Austinvillc next day by 6 p in ;' .- mculv not b j nor Itf any agent; and postmasters will not

lady wbom have young placing them two inches apart ; thcn'covered the And it is because worldly experience proves the once a week. < Leave Austiaville Mond.iv at 6 a m ; e'ncloso propc! (or letters of any kind) in-their quarter
you represented as your tu- Leave Adaoisulic Friday at 3 p. m ; Arrive rt Geneva next day by 6 p m? ,, '
ppa'c with green cow dung, and wound a cloth reverse of these hvo facts, that worldly experience t lyretui-ns., -
tot.- Arrive at llawkiuivi'le next day by 6 m 614? From PensxeoU to Milton CO mile and Lack
p. ; ; to b3 executed and returned to
around it to keep it form falling ofl'or drying works disappointment and an unwillingness 17.TLe contract* are
Leave Hawk! isuile Thursday at 8 m three times week.
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wMt r *
Upon ground ? as arrogantly ( uoi- the Department by or before the lit dajf of January,
] The tree leaved out and blossomeJ nnd t to chcriih hope.-Country Parson. Anive at Adamsville 12
up neat day by m. Leave Penaacola! Tuctdav, Thursday, and Saturday 1866 but the serri cmust be begun ou that day, or on
tionc&PMIIp. ;
has grown finely, besides bearing several bushels The problem of higher moral life is how to Proposals to end at Lake Giitiia invited. at 8 a m ; >the .maiL lay next after it, whether tie contracts be xeiutcd -
Upon that of a suitor who scorns to idly his 6122 From to Xcw \\A milcf and
of nice apples. On examining it last week, I maintain a transcendent ideal of character and Enterprise Ssijrna. Arrive at Milton by -1pm; ornot.Tnmnafcrs .

ancient blood with disgrace !" Tin Grattan, found that it was healing over nicely. I believe conduct than realization and back, once a week. Leave Milton Monday, WcdncsJay, und .Friday at of contracts, or cf interest in contracts* are
possible by
who any us Leave Enterprise UVInesday at 7 a. m ; 6am .
wore only a/orwt like ; fce allowed.
a god's /orbWdcn law -and consequently cannot
ssApectcdrhilip that nine of hundred d by ,
ninety out every gridl have juy .and even in the face of sins Arrive t New Smyrna by 6 m Arrive Pcnsa ola 2
; Arne, whose soul .implied( with the yet peace, p. ; *t by p m. Bidders will thcrfore take notice that they will be expect
o'f There wasp trees can be paved. I write this that ethers may and iaipeifectiorw, how to hold up constantly Leave New Smynia Tuesday nt 7 a. m ; Proposals for six titncs n week service invited. ed to perform the service accepted to them through lt

purity a very god was no CRcaps. be benefited by it. Berlin, November, 1802.G '1 th" ideal of whit a man ought.to be. and- then A.rriiT3 at Enterprise by 6 p. m.C123 6 150-From Peniacola to Warriwgton, 9 miles, an back, whole terroct UIQ contract.

'Thenyou hall bear, said J hjlip, coldly calm.. B. llathburn"-Xcio EiiylajUl farmr.WILD that ideal what -From New Smyrna'to Indian River, 120 miles, drily. 1. Postmasters at oftitTS on or near railroad"! but
Strange she! had not told inc of this," fie murmured every day to measure on a man and back, twice, a in'iiith. Leave Pcmacola daily on arrival of mail from 5Io more than eighty rods from a station, wilt, i.nmediatey

dreamily ; true, I ncruber'bbe: sent S \?, and how far the real is b low the ideal, still Leave New -Smyrna oil the lt and 3d Thursday of bile, say at 4 a ra"V" fp after the SOtli of !arch nest, report their ciact tJiaUr.ce

for melo-day but I was too ill to all this PEPPERMINT AS A RAT EZTCKXIKAIOR.Alcxaudcr to find a peace and comfort which shall be whole- each month ;{ Arrive at Warrington by 7 a ra ; from the nearest ctatiou,and how they are otherwise sup
go ; Itobmson writer to the Canada otne to the soul, and not detrimental-that is Arrive at Indian River ui C daya ;. Leave Warrirgton daily at 1 1 a m ; plied witS the mail, to enable the Vostaaiter General
day I have not been her. It was well to have Farmer : the And its solution can only be Leave India-i River on the 2d and 4th Wednesday Arrive g t Petisicola by 2 p m.' Jo direct mail-n'esacnger snpply from the 1st of July
Begun the test Yea shall hear. She w problem. of each month Pensaccla Fla.
you was ; 6451-From New Orleans, by Jppalochicola next.
wch I have for tic last four year* proved to r.iy. found in one direction-in the direction of divine Arrive at New Smjrna in 6 days. St. Marks Cedar Keys, (local! )
a tiny thing-the night-r.as so chilly, and Tampa, It). Section eighteen of an act of Coogrese approved
kbc lay in a doorway when I found and took her satIsfaction that tho wild peppermint a sure'arid love. A proper conception of God in the C424-From Tampa, byAkna, to Coit, 3 miles, and and Manatee, to Key West, 1.000 miles, and back,* March 3, 1845, provides that cor.tn.ct. for the fcajisperlatioii ,-

to I reliable exterminator of rate In proof of aspect of love, and a habit o'f bringing the in- back once a week. tsd&e a month. S cube mail thall be lit, "in every case, to the 1 4. ,

- my jrarret. was poor then. Mr. Grattan. thn f-Aft T will tt.ifo I'm rnciilf if lifia uniT vvitlime. a.. ,BUI utscuta**.Ai.4 air.o..1. 4 ticts\mc ucbJ..n ..I.a M1 a.Io\fO.. a"f\C. r\nf.....OPtlfll_. ..... I.AVI. Leave Tampa Tuesday at 6 a-m ; Leav New Orlcnnsj on the 14th and 20th of each est bidder tendering fciUTicient guarantees for faiO i p"er.formaucc .
S and only twentv. I hive kept her ever bincc. Arrive at Cork next day by JT p m; month; S without other reference to th Four bam was regularly infested the consideration of (]dlaecii.{
Her mother bad left years ago my j to xmr personal religious Leave Cork at 5 Key West the 2Jst and 7th *
her find a bite of bread : Monday p m ; Arrive at on ; trauspoitation than may be netessary ft rjovidci for the
1 bhp never returned. I called her lister Saint to with rats f they were so mmieioiu that life, will go far to enlighten. stimulate, and comfort -- Arrive at Tampn next day by 4 p ml Leave Key West; on the 12th and 26th ofeach month; due celerity, certainty, and security tf

tbicld her youth. Nothing" 1 had great fears for my wllolc grain being destroyed c .-Backer.lULIL 6125-.From Tampa to Manatee, 10 railcs,and back,once Arrive at New Orleans on the 20 Ji and 4th. ."' Under this law bid tha,m-Vposs S.KDtransportation. to transport the
them r.ftcr it housed but a week. ;
by was having mails wit'u
H certainty >enJevrily.&aTiay
I Enough! interrupted (rattan, your oaths about two of wild that CONTRACTS Iff FJLOHIDA. Leave Tampa Monday at 7 a m ; TOR3I OF PROPOSAL. GCARBJcrEE, 13D caTITICATE. been decided to be the :
_ acres peppermint grew ,,,iy l gal |kli ar comatrud a'
4 are not worthy an I tcHeve Arrrive at Manatee next day by 4 m .
uppoggiatura. Proposal.The
your p ; tht)
in field of wheat after the wheat was harvest proriJinyfor ctfrc mail; ;letcettr large, and vhat
are a pared of knaves i relinquish all claim POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, ) Leave Manatee Wednesday at 7 a m ; undersigned-, whose post office address vtr may be sh' to fn-wr*
;--- to As for ed, the mint was cut and bound with it, and \V&5UIiGTOX, Auyiut 12, 1865. f Arrive at Tampa next day by 4 p m; is county of-, State of pro- it/i"celcrit t110114 ofconmyanet "veec&arj and hart
beggar girl and seeurit
: your yourself, you maycballengQjf drove the rast from my premises. I have not will be received at the Contract Office of 6126-From Key Wet to Mi.-ni, 175 miles, and back, pos$3 to convt y the mails of the United States, from ctrtaintf, $, kred tfupref'erence
PROPOSALS 0/hcrtan othtr *
etf [[ eoit < -
no are
.- ) you please. been troubled with one since, nor am I at present until 8 p. m., of October 31,1865, once, month. January lst-1866, to Juue 30, 1867, on route No. -1 2"i. A modification? of bid in of its essential terms
I certainly ball not please" have of for conveying the mails 01 the United States from Jaau117 Leave Key Wcston the Sum of each month ; between j and -, under the advertisement a any
while neigbors Id tantamount and be i'iceIeJ,3a
quantity bid
-. M thc'Counlesii bad said, Saint was to ting my any 1,18&6toJimnoO, 1807, in the State of Arrive Miami by.the 18th ; of the Postmaster.,General, dad August 12, 1863, with to a new cannct after the last.
. thorn. I foci confident that .any person who is Leave Miami 25th of each month as to interfere with regular competition,
on thy and for-the annual
Uiatiu ht when therefore FLO.RIDA ; celerity,Vertaintp, security, su r
; taJheart bid with
Philip -
troubled with these pests could easily get rid of the routes and b the schedules of and Arrive at Key West by the 3utb. "dollars.is S hour set for receiving Lids. Making anew ,
aching went to on departures ar- modify a
Philip conduct to
her sbc met him the 6127 From Fort lor Cedar Tree Frt Dade it math guariotte and certificate, ia Uw only way -
them by gathering a good supply of mint ritals herein specified.Deciriont Taj by to propotal with/alt knoteltfcf t>f the dtVtante
the door whole Lid.
( a heaven in her countenance and placing around the walls or base.of their announced ly'Xovcmbtr 15, 1S65.BPDEK4 SO miles, and back, ncc a weck.Lcave .- of tiLe route, the weight oftiem l to be carried .previous'21. Postmsners tote careful tot to certify thy'

laughing eye, smiling mouth, joy in everyihirVtngcjcprcsiion. barns. Fort Taylor Saturday 1 pm_ ; and all other partitiilari sit rfiertfijcs to {he rovteterelee tvJ sufficiency of are withoUt knowing that ,

I .. Docs not joy or torrpniAkoJusnnobscnant -v _ _- ( WILL ZXIUTKK-ClRIfCtXT THE LAWS, TOUI9, Arrive at Fortrftad? by 8 p m ; andatjo ofttr careful ,*a> ination oflh* lotes they puxranton sufltcitr-VretporMbility oc burettes ; a disrtarfcfthi

- -vcil us with. rayi f "it Eoo PtAiovvTho fruit of this- plant must bo AKD IKSTaCCTIONS AXNGZED; AHD CSrrCIUI.T TUt. LATTER -5 Leave Foil Dade Saturday at 5 & m'; and instruction atiachtj' toQvaranUe.t. dct'rtisemmnt. arc* Instruction per-ons by pootmaslcrs u a'nolation vftknfVdhofoeeljictiny .5
Arrive at Fart Taylor.by 1 2 m. Dated
_____I seems to me that the calm, unruffled hearts note cooked before" fully ripe. If properly done, it PART OF 1SSTECCT10S 19.) 6428-From Crystal River, by Black Dirt. Wekeiva, and ( ned.) : them ttAHbi'ddir'.tuarantorstndsraetiesaro IOi51Cdi415 rcmoy

f.iUtuk sec earliest the inverted sunshine, octbo makes a delicious dub; very good for breakfast 6101-From Feraandiiia U>Charleston',*S. C., 175 collet, Long Pond, to Clay' LaiuJiEg, 70 miler, and back, -Tho tmdevs gne.iL reading at r-r-, State of--.. into distttrtlT Ge coD 0tffied

1 prophetic promise after stonnn of their for these who like it The taste for egg plant and back, tir times %week, or djtirif connecting 1 .- -once week. %. undertake that, If the foTcgoinagMfor! carrying the mail k that on a service failure to\Hter for 10r perform the spte ?biu3
for the proposed m a
nfeighbor's IfcarU, or else surely Saint had detected grow by nseas the tomato has dona To routei b run': Leave Crysta River TuesJiy at 6 a m j. oIl route Xo, -be accepted "Wie Postmaster Gencral tracts their legal h'abiliijca will be enforced agi&sl them. ,

_ the bultlc sadness his demcunor. There cook it-first cut in slices a quarter inch thick, Leave Fernandiua daily, except Sunday; -or daily, tveat.ayLandiunextdayby6prn ; < the bidder shall,prior to the lat dy of January,lufta, 2'J. Present contractors,and persona known at the DS'
time for wo'rd lie had her which hould and then in at 4 p. m ;' .. Leave CUy Landing Thursday dam;, enter jinto the required'obilgation or contract to perform must with others guarnnicwand
so equally
was co delayed be'pared placffd lay- Arrive at Charleston neit da B bjTa. m; Amvo atCrystaTRivernext day by 6 pm;, the service proposed, with good,and sufficient wireties. partment, procnre in tn
_ long ia order to gain composure, she could only ere upon plates and salted bsnht-. tho taste, cxtractinar Leave Charleston daily, except Sunday, or daily, 6429-From Lake"City, by New.Boston, MxQue'cn, New This vt do% vn&rtlandingi Jtstlnetfy thg olttcation forms certificates above prescribed.of their sufficicney Ttie eeriiScate of sufficiency
S wyto him"wnilc assisting her to the carriageS : a bitter quality. The slices -innstbo at 7 30 Troy Mcintosh and Ha&ititiet 'attained by '
p.-m; S 4 Clay Landing Faycttevllle AU guarantor* vuJ r"tAe 27A"teetion. must be signc'd bt a"pStaaasMn ot h7 a judge of a eourt
_ _ nv"" '-" ""tS-i" rW- S__ ) "-> **t nrf K > .n ,! '"{wl !% I MM | Arrive MEernsndina, neztdsya by1O.iO am. sena Oti >, (pedacKpy ,) and Baypoit, tp Clear of the act of Co'ngrewofjuly. 2J 1838.SlgTotJ record. No other will bt jtOp-atted. Tte ceruScnto

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