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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: May 3, 1866
Publication Date: 1865-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 5, 1865)-
General Note: Publisher: Joseph F. Rogero, <1866>; W.H. Christy, <1866>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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---------- C. ftfcAGEK, ,.":."t.J : bt ftufiba iiit. :". reach his ears, not very deaf at any time',of to'

RETAIL DEALER : tone! of flattery.- .
WHOLESALE "Well!,"said one of tlicro. cot have been' to-

15 New York two months and hare seen.all I_wiih. .
MERCHANDIZE.jVb. to see with one-exception.
ENERAL ,
:, Jfcie?'f lJlfk, wT.us: : : ;; :0.' 'Ab I What's that r>>ked the oth r.. ....

'rLORtbx.icovM CIIRISTT, Propietor. "Liberty and; Unim&.* row and'forever.- and Instpan&le?] "McDonald CIuk.e. the-great:-poet C WTsponded
; ...$ < : ,- Terms-$3.t>0. Per annum..: : the first, with calm and dignified".emphasis -

UE1kGTO10frding -- and so as to attract: the cars and el'es of-.

I>-- .JOJEPn&CommtiO! MerchnntlAClt805VJt.LE VOL 1.] JACKSONVrLIiB/TTHURSDAY: :MAY S', tS66. [NO. 27. the company. .' *' .
Clarke,raising his lonir from hu '
t 1 eyes plate'*
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ttoRIDA. -- -: ----f I n. and seeing that_the attention of tlietkbkwas_ -

made on tUOI, liatal Stores. "11.- 0. SLAGER New Skirt t *".. t KING CHOLERA.-'1-. course : Prepare a teacup of starch as fur use centred upon mm,stood np, placed ni, band!,:
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bet, I I C44ar. i 1 : ;: '.: >Making Of a raging of ma monster a vampire gaunt feast and, grim, laudanum ,for an injection.! Give one, and, bowing with comfiehitirats: -gravity to the

IfoY. 10. 186t1. 1866. FOR 1666. 1866. .Highest and lowest, greatest and leastAnd ..., third at each movement of the bowel", 1t) ono Southerners said: .w/ ?.:" :
WRIGHT& CO., WHOLESALE I all bo find are food for him! desperate! case, abandoned as hopeless liy a "I am McDonald Clarke!; the great r. >et..tt ."S ,

:Merchants, ." .. ., I *.And ever yestiwrd he hold} his war-; !llllyician! I could not stop the ,diarrhea until The persons addressed started, in mock tar-'
Commission .Mtrclilng'with! mow and insidious treed \ the seventh injection, which contained nearly n : prise, silently gazed at him fur a fcwthomnents:; ; '
Rio de Janeiro Brazil, AXDmmt .-' His victims struggle and.weep and praj teaspoonful of laudanum. The, patient recovered. and then, amid *n irrepressible titter of the' "

our I BR1DLEFS CELEBRATED ,And naught can hia! hunger stay and i is.in perfect health At the same company,the first speaker: drew from hivpoek-J'
r..prettllted by JOn tkRtGnT.EM. New York. .. Till his path i is stnjwn,with*a thousand dead; \ time I use prepared chalk in ten-grain doses et a silver qnarter- onJf,.
ect21-Gm No. 69 Wall Street t'd 0 Squalor lores,and,filth and crime- with a few drops laudanum and camphor to Clarke, still looking intently on him, wit oat',
DEtIN B' p P1c t What shall we do to arcrt his wrath each. But whatever coUrsd i U pursued, it a smile. ,
wnITE, WI! MMkN&CO., I 'L' tt Can we not purge our cit' :'in time; "The mad did
II I CD must be followed up or the patient i is lost. poet" not lose his dignity,but .
With charcoal, water, and'sprint led June, ,. -
Fnru..bluS Goods, (), 2. )fu tard. with equal) the si-'"
Men'
'c.tbIiIE&$ : And leave no place for hii hideous patti? pJultlcel.-These should be applied : composurerahed money in .
and 235 Broadway, N. Y.GorgeW.Wblt I .. c+ & to the pit of the stomach, and kept on lcnce, and putting it into his po kst, drew '
234 Or will rulers
ChArlel B. GOTCrton, I : our no danger know, till the surface is well reddened. i thence a shilling, which he deposited before the '
I Till at our door King Cholera halts
.Whitman, 'L G. mton..4ny While dead- arts hither and thither'go, 3. 'The patient howercr well he may feel Southerner with these words- -.'. ?, "
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r.wn::4 A. cothig Rtady Nad Gnd.3fuZe to GENERAL\ AI IRCll1NBtZ 4* T TEach :And the thick air shudderwitli, cries: of woo, should rigidly observe perfect rest To lie qni /'Children half price." f
a,4Nary Orlkr. And everywhere gape the burial vaults. ? t'tly! on the back is one'half of the battle. In TIle irrepressible' titter broke out into a gen':

ct27-tt- Eke 0. e'I 'Take heed of the warning: -:now take heed i, that position the enemy} fires over you, but the era! roar of laughter, a'inid which thechil. f
F 0V L While still there is time our homes to save!; moment you rise! you arc hit. dren. retired at once. >

oiutntY OF AttXAKDTIA, VA.,) No. 2, fioEo's BLOCK, BAT-ST., FoP everywhere ripens the pouenous seed When attack comes in the form of diarrhoea ..'T.THETOILET .. ,
( On which the King: Cholera lovcs'to feed, OF AP0MI'EIIANLADr
these directions will enable meet
.Merchants i. one to "
Commigsio our city might bo but a mighty every '
.cThat grave.. '
.. .- > it successfully.) OF FAS IOf.: ,

70 BROAD\VAY, N; Y. Jacksonville,Tlorida. .... 'e+ Uearise.,0 Festering Fathers kennels, these and filthy{cutters slums and, s1tc.,- 4. But,when the attack is more violent, and This was the subject ..of a recent\ 'lecture.?

Octoler 2'llf'A. (':) -00 Reeking ULder the dog-dalskies; there is vomiting or vomiting and purging,perhaps TIle lecturer began by saying that he reincm-
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D. l'IcCORMICK, io i HOOP being C coirnoscd jf For, if their stench shall still arise- also cramps and cholic pains,the blowing bered seeing picture, discovered in 1853,representing
OF WOULD call attention his large and well selected What ihall.we. do when King Cholera comes? mixture is far more effective!, ,a'nd sh o"l alwaysbe a gentleman enterifcg the--toilet-rooni
_iEST FOR THE SALE, PURCHASE, or REKT .of Goods which is offered at ........ ;
Two resorted to. 1 he missionaries
; Perfectly Tempered -Messr?: Long of a Pompeiian lady. ,lie remembered the story .
Lands in Florida.Jacksonville. Fit. r i ..j ; .' THE CHOLERA. Trowbridgc and Washburri-;havc used it in of the minister whom the people liked because -"

ddrellA- REDUCED- x PRICES. Single Springs. The Experience and..'qomlulionl of an .Eastern very many cases and with wonderful success. he pitched into old Nebuchadnezzar for

*"CHARLES A. FAIRCIIIHJ, .. braided tightly Missionary. It consists of equal parts of laudanum,'tincture his 'sins bnt said nothing of thefts; so if he
and lo
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firmly together, cage of capsicum, tincture. ginger, and tincture of should enter'one of the toilet-rooms of a Portpeiian ;-
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DEALER IN I i edge, fanning one hoop, and making: the. Dr. Ilamlin, for many years a missionary! of cardamon seeds. Dose
the American Board at has furnished thirty to fdrty drops, I house and should there see an inlaid.bor
Constantinople,
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES, ihit Goods STRONGEST AND Mdsf FLEXIBLE, TIlE to the 'Christian Mirror an account of or half a teaspoonftil in a little water, and to be containing a white powder, and i if ho should

Tobacco &:; Segar I LIGUTEST AND MOST DURABLE his rery successful treatment of the cholera! in increased according to the urgcncyof the case. : discover a lady endeavoring to place this powder -

ST1UtEf-JACKSONVILLEYL$ SPRING MADE. that city. His practice'bas- extended I iroughthree In, case the first dose should be ejected, ibo on her face by means of a light-feathery

BAT : 2tf IN EVERY VARIETY. visitations of this dreaded disease, in second which should! stand ready, should be brush it should not be forgotten that be was:

) o,. 10, 1865. They will not band or break like the single 1848, 1855, 1805. The suggestions:! are so aim- given immediately after the spasm of vomiting speaking: .eighteen hundred years ago and

FRANKLIN DIBBLE, j Home, | Spragucs, spring, but.will ahvays preserve Their pie that we.publish them"',.in' the hopd.tbat: they has ceased. During'the late cholera siege no not of scenes of to-day. They! don't do .such
Cochcco. j Regatta, one of us failed of controlling the womitin and things now. If be should discover a lady_endeavoring
COMMISSION MERCHANT, will do good, i if the cholera should visit and
I American, Glen-Cove] 1 PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL.. SHAPE. become prevalent in the United States : also the' purg Jigby; at most,, the third .dose. to conceal ,the loss of her natural hair",

JACKSOKHUE, FLORIDA. ,i i Arriold's DEAR SIR: The Cholera, which has just left We have however, invariably made rise of by means of the manufactured article, 'remen- '
I IpaoDta
large mustard poultices of strong pure mustard, ber this was eighteen hundred years ago. They'doo't
ADVANCES IX CASH or sup- I ns after committing fearfulravages.'is making
I-+::1 purchaedor .i IX ALL : applied to the stomach, bowels, calves of the do such things now; The lecturer, then
jJiCI.nadl\ on consignments to C B. DIBBLE, New .GLOCESTERAND* OTHER PRINTS CROWDED ASSEMBLAGES, its way into! Europe, and will probably has cross the legs, feet, kc., as the case may seem to require.TREATMENT proceeded to his main. .subject> and opened by
KOT 3O, 18G5. CHURCHES Atlantic] before another summer passed.
1orc. I, ol" thai in all J is
I Having been providentially compelled to CoLtAPSE.Collapse. saying ages, woman wh'at.m:1U
X. WARROCK, I 1 THEATRES, This is makes her; ; men and women exist for each other
RAILROAD CARS, have a good degree of practical :acquaintance simply n more advanced
Auctioneer/ iI' & Commission Merchant: Bleached] and Brown Sheetings, FOR PROMENADE, with it, and! to sec !it in all[J its ,forms and stages. stage of the disease. It indicates the gradual and the reason! that women adonijthemselves( i is1 .

.. I .,' I on HOUSE DRESS during each of. its invasions Constantinople, failing of all the powers of life. It is difficult : to please,Jhe men.; Our girls of'toIal are no
.ul\-: STJa.ET: JACKSONVILLE, FlX Shirtings, ., J j. Ticking to when has become less,eager to adorn themselves than -wcreihe, ,
a
: In fact, they are superior to all others, combining I wish to make to my friends in Maine .some say case hopeless. At a
win purchase forpartici. in the country all articles they Denims, : j ,Hickory, suggestions which may: relieve. flnliety or be of certain point the body of the patient begins to girls of Pompeii; but.the position. of worne .

'say wLih ttiLelo'Ve market price. July 19. .O naburgs.i: COMFORT, ECONOMY. LIGHTNESS AND practical use. ,- '.. emit a peculiar odor, which I call the death f ajnong us !is entirely different. While wehave, .
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I odor, for when that has ; many literary woinen: >tbey had only a few reading -*
C P. COOPER. IL; PISBEE Is!.. On approach of cholera every family become decided and -
;. ,: French Merino. ..,' ?, { \y oc1. DcLaincs, DURABILITY.. should be prepared to treat it without waiting unmistakable, I have never known the: patient to women'. : .. .
P11OSSIONAL" Alapaccasj I Inquire forBradley's for a physician. It does its work so cxpcdhi- recover. 1 have repeatedly worked upon such In the words.o( the apostle the women- ,were.

.... ously] that, vhile you are waiting for the. ,doctor, cases. for hours with no permanent result.. ,But made beautiful according to tho flesh. They
.JOHN A.nocsTOjr. A.nnOCK.... Mohair, I i it is done. the I blue> color, the cold extremities, the deeply used every exertion,to conceal,the existence of ,

A.ttaraeS'at:' Lnw, Table Damask, I Duplex .Elliptic 2.: If you prepare: for it,it will not come. sunken eye, the vanishing pulse, are no signs wrinkles-there., tate.: .non& :now-a da j* -Tlte.1

'I1Y1DA. .Towelling, f I think there is no disease!! which 'may lie that the case is hopeless. Scores of such, cases had many ronges, washes! etc.to destroytho
(OR DOUBLE SPRING) SKIRT in the recent epidemic have recovered. In addition !- marks of time, and in their endeavor to preserve ,:
Will practice In the Counties fcuwannce, Madison and Napkins, avoided with so much ceatainty the cholera.
.. j to the second mixture tablespoonful their complexion they werewont. : .to-,.bathe In
Columbia. [y] Aug. 10, 1865. : But providential circumstances, or the thought- brandy( ; ,
LADIES and GENTS HANDKERCHIEFS indiscretions so'rn'e half hour,) (bottles of hot water luxurious scented baths! of asses' milk until the _
J..x. CLOSE, JOBS j. JOKE, *B. n. BWIITLAXD: ., For.sale where. Munnfactnred leas of member of a household every .
Louisiana. York. ; every exclusively and die surrounding the patient, the extremities whole body became perfectly smooth. Their
Attorney Law. Of Of JN e w I may invite the attack, challenge especially
by the sole owners of th<> Patent.WESTS toilet an'entire half] at the
sinapisms and friction will often in Hour occupied day j. snapping -
I I I wi II never be refused. It will probably be made an
I. ,M. CLOSS & CO., ; And in or two work wonders. of the fingers the servant camctothc :$ed
Hosiery great variety.. ". BRADLEY & GARY, in the night: your physician has been called !in ..
he* misifexs
side awaken
another'direction, and must treat the caseyourself Thirst.-In these, and! in all advanced cases, to more thoroughly ,
97 Chambers
Attorney at Law General, Agents, .1 79 and 81 Read sts., you First her face must be washed before '
fatal. thirst creates, intense Tbe any..man
I .- .. \ New York. or it will be suffering. suCTcrer
.,, .
%:n. AQU..r.T ----- -rtv'ztixi.: -"_' I--j -_ .., .. SrMPTOMSl craves water, and as sure"as he toe was permitted iosee'Ifer, ,4ndpotsikhAwasbifl9L5.it -
-" "=' t "?Fop M\-\ in'J i k (Kext door to the New York State Agency,) 1UVJ .. b.e.1Jaste oLbrea&oughly -
: ,\t! TIUMM1KGS., tail, uy ;c t-llUIS-orUWt"Jr.I"II -pviiu".v it.- "tbe 'transient ratific ttotL TfiV rV.o.ne..J1CU't. JJr.J :
"
14 WASHINGTON( a C. _\;: 6m -, t BUTTONS, I II .. C. L ROBINSON, vestigated at least! a hundred cases, arid 1 not less only safe way is to l have a faithful friend or attendant j covered the night' retious wa* to be re*

JOhN W. PRICE, j I BALMORALS. JQUN S. SA DI1S & CO., i than tIiree-furthscouId, be traced directly to who will not heed bis entreaties. The moved, carefully not to leave the slightest,
I Bonnet and Belt' Ribbons of aU kinds. II S. STOUGIltOX.S I improper diet or to intoxicating; drinks, or to suffering b'e': ; l However, safely alleviated and redness of countenance. The teeth were then

Attorney &> Counsellor at !Law, ,, L. BLACK & CO., both united. Of the remainder, suppressed rendered may.cn ornble." Frequent gargling the replaced the eyebrows pencilled .and the-complexion -

JACKSONVILLE FLA. i and.all merchants who; poll First Class Skirts in perspiration would comprise a Urge number.A throat and washing out the mouth .will .bring improved. *

'VTU: practice in the United States District Court, and all Furnishing Goods Florida and throughout the Southern States. strong; healthy! temperate laboring than hada s'orac relief.: A spoonful of gum arabic wateror Notwithstanding the comparatively:, recent

'ther Courts within the State. Al o, prosecute all 1 severe attack of cholera and after the danger camomile tea frequently] be givento discovery of dentistry: the teeth of Pompeiian '
claims the Government at WL'il Will The new EMPRESS TRAIL is all the I curious ascertain the cause. may
against ngton. had to
Cloths rage passed was wet thc throat. Lyndenham's White Decoction 'were filled! with g ld. ,-. : .
attend to the collection of pensions for pensioners.: in London, P; ris, and throughout Europe. lIe had been cautious and prudent in his diet. Auburn, yellow and even red hair, being
dTFrora bis long residence and general knowledge of Casimcrs, -Gm' 15 His residence may also be given, both as a beveiage andas : .
the country, knows the locality of Real Estate throughthe Neg1irc'e! I r lie had used nothing intoxicating. nourishment, in small quantities, frequently. scarce, [red hair-there i ia no, such tuingnow-a-
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i-hole country; and can givelhy information in White and Fancy Linen was! in a#rood.1o ahty. .Bot after some In a day or two the suffering from thirst will l diys-':lit is'either go Ide'n or auburn] were Considered -

I'f'pI.J Improved as well as unimproved tond its I C. H. BOWMAN & 00.. .hour* of hard labor and profuse perspiration he cease. In a large majority of cases it has not : fashionable then a?,well as at the present

-locatio. tnd value. Sept, 8, 186i.: HICKORY, MIXED and WOOL SHIRTS. Importers t andJobbe'rsof had lain down to take.his customary nap right been intense for more than twenty-four' hours. time'; 'a species'of soap was.used to c.or black

$. ,, SUINHER, 1 against an open window through which, a very Diet.-Rice water, arrowroot, Lyndenham's hair, but ,when the hair absolutely refused to ..
I refreshing breeze was blowing. Another causeis color it.wa; cut off and.the head -
SURGEON DENTIST White Decoction crust water, camomile tea, change supplied
of cold water when hot and '
IJTOfflec. Jhe corner of Forsyth! and Ocean Streets.iCKSOXVILLE DRY: GOODS drinking largely are the best articles for a day or two after the with,.the fashionable-tint.: This i is never
(;10THINGI; irst1'. Great anxiety, fright,
,
325 BROADWAY Y, NEW YORK- t fatigue, great attack is controlfcd. Camomile is very valuahie done now. \ ,
Xof. It FLA. fear, all figure among inciting .causes. If oncan. in restoring the tone of the stomach. The Roman ladies knew with onrsthatsecre*
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avoid all these, ho is as safe from the cholcia is one of the charms of their, .toilet. Their
The
I going North will do well to examine; : Typhoid Fever.-A typhoid state for a sr -
D.UPSON. Blankets. ,MERCHANTS} ch comprises full line of as from being swept away by a comet. few days will follow all severe cases. There i is beauty was not of the class to be handled;' ta- .
4. Symptoms of an Attack.-While cholera ken and thcr again by:those whose
DENTIST.JACXBOSTILLE PRINTS. nothing alarming in this.i It has very rarely apart put tog
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i is. in a place almost one experiences desired Like the ladies of
DELAINES. prevalent every roved fatal. Patience and careful nursing will eyes they to please. :
FLORIDA. SHEETINGS .- more or less disturbance of digestion.It ring it. all right. The greatest danger is from our time they attached value oqly to what was
(7 Educatlon received at the "Pennsylvania College BOOTS .AND SHOES is doubtless in imaginary. Every one
FLANNELS part drinking too freely. When the seemed foreign. and no kind of wash or rouge could be
( f Dental Surgery. 17.tf patient .
Aug. BLEACHED MUSLINS, notices the slightest Variation of feeling, and to be sinking, a little brandy and water or' used unless it had a foreign. name. ";1t _
this gives an importance to mere trifles. there When ia grand toilet a Pompeiian: lady, of
COOPER & RISBEC DRESS-GOODS. I brandy and airowroot have revived him. In
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Including all the new styles of ., CLOTHS, arc often a slight nausea. or transient pains, orI this terrible visitation of the cholera we have fashion glitter ifireal: gold-not. Attleborough

I! .' .. ,- CASSIMEKS, rumbling sounds, when no attack follows. No considered ourselves] armed and equipped.'with and she had'a great number of- most elegant

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. LADIES, I I. '" VESTINGS, one ib entirelyr fee from thcsc; But when diar- a' hand-bag containing mixture No.: 1, mixtureNo. jewels. :SOme of the cameos arc so delicately

trOmcc-Seconcl story, Sammis' Block. MISSES, andCHILDREN.l I i, SHAWLS, rhoea commences, though painless and slight, 2, ((for vomiting::;, &c.,) a few pounds of engraved as to require a lens to'see the..designtfnd ,-.

...Oot. 6, 186 ly 'HOSIERY, it is in reality tbe'scirmishing party of the advancing pounded mustard a bottle of brandy,a j pap'cr of' how could this be engraved nnless the Pox-"
column.' It will have at first no single : mans had :glasses I .
magnify
B. B. camomile flowers and of Arabic. ing
ANDREWS WHITE GOODS a grim.
paper
Fancy Laced, Balmoral, and! Polished yarictJc's.; I, character Asiatic chol ra. But do not be I claim to in The lecturer noticed sereral simi1aritiCs'lietwecn. -
& LINENS. lay no originality commending
Attorney Counsellor !
at Law, deceived. It is the cholera nevertheless.] Wait method 'dressing
.
t r .. RIDBONS, I this course ,of treatment; 1 have adopted, it a Pompeiian lady's
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i LACES I 'a.little, give it time.to gethold,sayto'yourself from suggestions of abje' and experienced.phjs the hair and those now in vogue:with .n!, and <

tT Offico-Hoeg' Block, over Provost Marshal's. Glass, Cr ckery-- YANKEE NOTIONS. '. 'I feel perfectly well, it wi 11 soon pass off;" .and sicians. Having becn.the onlvjdoctor: of many Illustrated the same with numerous, drawings.

Aug. ', 1865 ,.l i ." HOOP-SKIRTS, also] in a short time you will repent of your folley in poor t families living cejr me; I have tried tartoos Ont had rats .and mice .skilfully arranged j!

O. B. HART, !I COTTON-- BAITS, .. vain. have seen.many a one commit suicidein remedies recornmeji1ed.liy physicians butI I another a fiustra1!l;, cue hail l curt at the .

Attorney & Counsellor at Law Wooden and Willow-Ware. \ WADDINGS, this way.Sometimes. have found none'to bS comparea to the abO\'e: back of her head, while another had what might .
I YARNS though rarely] the] attack'com- During tbe recent cholera 1 cimn find that ., be called corkscrew curls at. the side of her

Will JACKSONVILLE In FLORIDA. ': |,,I andWARP, menccs with vomiting. But in,whatever way i ii t any treatment has been so successful as thIs.Conta9kn.Tlie ., fice; and .ttill.anotIaer; had :a cushion, placedacross
practice the United States and State CourtsNov. /- commences, it ia sure to hold on. In a very few idea of should the centre of her head audherhaircombed .
10, 1865.. 2y HiTC A! L-c., JL-c., &c. hours the patient sink into- the ,collapse.The contagion over it. : .
?f.APS, All!! of which will be sold on the best terma.trOrders may abandoned. All the missionaries wh'oi have '
T. E. nUCliMAlf, : will receive prompt attention. hands and feet become cold :and purplishthe > been most with the most malignant cases, day The Jewelled hair pins were o( the most eie

COMMISSION DEALER LADIES, STRAW Oct countenance, at first nervous :and snxious, after day, rife!fully convinced of *lie riopcontagiousncss pant pattern, and the most' dainty- care: was
,. FELT, SILK, becomes gloomy and pathetic,although a mental of the: cholera. The incipient shown selecting appropriatc..c1esigns., '. _
attacks .
IX FUR 'JOCKEY' tfPAINTING. .....
restlessness raging thirst torment llC. .; -i- .
which all have suffered from are tobc! attribu- -
Lumber ;. "
Timber, Cedar, Kill Logs .. .. while of'life ebbing. transmitted the.'following-:
., Shingle. ; ., ;. suffcrcr; the powers are ted togreat fatigue; making the constitution liable -;- Dr. Bcssill ,

Lathsetc Also : --0-- Tbe intellect" remains clear, but all the .social .to an attack; C. HAMUX.. port of'the. President. of the' Quarantine,Com;' ?
Saw-mill and other styles.Ida. CABMAN SON and moral feelings seem wonderfully to collap.ewith _. .. i
Mnchlucrr. -, .... j raittee ; Cyrus Curtis; this P. M; .',' ., ,-
I"'-m. I1OtiGN&STE&MBOAT; PAINTERS the physical power The patient knowshe CLARKE MAD POET. tTlie
Jacksonville, Fla.Kov. .. -, ;. MCDONALD THE steamship Virginia sailed from Liferpoof
'. is to die, but cares not a snap about it. '
.JOnlf 8. 8AR9IIS 4c .".0. GENTS', \VOOL, AND FELT, : iirJ1n. rig; Gilding, Glazing, 2farlling; In tone cases, though rarely, .the diarrhoea McDonald Clarke, known the "mad poet t," 1 April 4thand arrived in llower'bay""ApnI:
EECEIVKG died in the lariatic asylum,. on Blackwelfs Island i 18th. '
and .
FORWARDING & COMMISSION .. Paper hanging.rA1Ni continues fora day or two, and the foolish person .
.
New York, a few days :No sickness board until The 12i
)i&dU4wTs .. OL"-.. MTlni: S,, tJlLS; GLASS, PFTTT, VARNISHES, &a keeps about, then suddenly Sinks, sends: {for Ago. appeared on
oft ;;
Ifi wrote the o'rioted liuesU ; Three deaths occurred 14th
RALZa the
GENERAL $ nr And Children's HaU the physician, and.before he arrives "diesas the on seven.onr
Dtoeetnber e. MKECHAHDIZE. .. Jacksonville. na'. Cool dietb 'Now twilight lets her curtain down, the ICtli Jt eight'! on the Ifth, seven, on the lUth,
JOEX 8. uwwrL'e 1 ; '-,' t7' All orders from the countryprGmptlrattendecl) to --.;. COCKSE OF Tn1iATXE; And pins it with <
tfl4ull.. Dee U 'Shop in Itoeg's Block, tip itai;*. ly find"the' forty-four were sterage andi two
u.. r.. NATRLL Stationery. 1.-For'Stopping the Incipient rrhaa.-The We above 'obituary notice" in the passengers
-'r A. CU?! .to mixture which. used \jfl ,1848 with great success New Orleans furies of ,the 13th ultimo, evidently I were of the ct w. Twenty more arc- sick orthe >

. McQUY, MOODY L cio. Paper, Envelopes, W W. ,HUBBAKDCOMMISSION ,.arid again in 1835, has during the epedem* coppied from another source, and make note cholera:: !and foufare'bad board cascs.Tbeaiek steamer ,

- WHOLESALE. :AND RETAIL Pens, Inks, ic been used by thousands and although] the of it to correct an error w.htch, however,scarcely are being received on theOOIJPtal. \ '
DEALERS DEALER INDOORS at J> B. Bissau.: ,. '
correction in this quarantine. ,
tiI Pencils. attacks have been more sudden and violent, it need* 1ocalit McDonald Health Officer. ,
has fully established its reputation for efficiency Clarke, "the raad'poetdied almost a quarterof Deputy ,
General SA Sat BUNDS At tlie l latest accounts the whole-1 nnmberor
Merchandise, and-perfect safety. It consists cqual parts _a century ago. The monument to his memorr deaths morelaze

RE ED8 BLOCK Toildt aiid. Fancy,,Articles .ANDBuildefs ." bymeasure( of one 0(. l laudanum: and spirits of erected in Greenwood Cemctry,records his is forty-seven.Germans TMRy-fonr and Irish.. ;. :
J ACESOyzj.rt ........ two of tincture1 of rnubarbJ Thirty death having taken place March 5th, 1842.. !sick principally
;.........,.....rLoamA ..-j.-s. *>:' ; .' .::: camphor, The cabin passengers haTe pawed resolationscomplim'tnting -
April, J-3m-tt 2a .: '..' Hardware, dronifof adult on a lump& of sugar, wHUften The met H ri of the eccentric, so well known in Ppwcrs for Ma-humane-
; I Captain
CUTLERY" .;V; \\-r..* ;* s'f :": I. BAY STEEET.._.................... A sosnu.Ej. Fu. check the diarrn a. Bnt'to prevent its retarn New York in his day, calls to mind.) an anecdote ,and skilfol.conduct; .
Z. a. DOANE care should always be taken to continue the of considerable! pun cncy. It was .said of a "
Jt 1 .' nlN : 22J-tt SlJButter '
.F 0 RV A R DIN :." '' "PERFUMBBY.; :i- ':' March medicine every four hoHrs in diminishing doses; noted ,talker that he had flashes si1 c8nd The Government Learing1; tEat AustM isitng .

And Commission G > '. : ,;,i, ,.', t Lard twenty-five, twentr;fifteen,ten; nine? ; when care- so was it true of the -'Mad Poet" that Jic t 1 had : troops to operate? ,agamst Mexico, .has m...
Merchant fat aiet..js'all.thatwill b'& reqed. : occasional. flashes o.f sanity and esp'ocially of
nfrncted ..
; .' our Minister.a .yienna to. in&rmrthatGovernment ; :.
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JACKSONVILLE, Iii case the first'ddei not stay the diarrhcDa, that sort which helped l h'ira i toretort upon.those
FLQRIDA, Merchants from the Interior ; ridicule l hf that in case: .of.a was. with _Me ..
fleer to-1l C. Drew, bt.on. . : "" continue to give in. increasing doses-thirty-five, who.sought to play upon pr % eighty. -
B. P. Qck ". .J AND forty,. forty flre\-i sixty- tt. rev ry 'movement' of but universally acknowledged.kIndl/natl1re. waged at this time under existing. i ir tnn5tan-: -

-.AprD 12-tt, 14 t New, T ork, Would do well to call:and examine'my S'ock. '- -.-- ...... -.-..- .- thb bowels;: Large doses will produce no:injarr'hile' During the lastyearsof }his life' Clarko was. ces the United States.ctmld not renwla silent or:*,,..

before :'purchasing elsewhere.COUNTRY I .t4t .. ;li:,: tl .1' tlief t ,diarrh&a ,lasts.When that is givea-the freedom of the 'Astor: House table, indifferent' spectators;\ Artria; haV decide '
I4.1UoN ,.eeJij :,. che'ckVd iherf t iV the time for tion. I have anc\D eldom.dicl.he: accept the hospitalities : .
HoT1v;: ; ,fts.;'" .. .. :i( / ,; : !cat 'the n.d.oC non4nterveBtionlo Jwe wbi i !h--
.N'OOt1RT nous \ I\'t, # 4:1 ... .j.r'i.,:' .., ...:,J ..ol""".; ",; ':; ... ne've7 seen1 a' dttf "of, dlarrhosa taken in- seasonribicti so generously ..extended.! ,All! the.Mtues. of 'upo1 gro .. ,. .H:.,. .; '
r France.I ; '
PlUOGD'Iit' JW'IID' I J. :." :., 1: ,, : '-, jt i :' xiatfa: PRODUCE'., "!.?I., 'f' i :,"' -'T'".- :..'!4'1USTJBECEiYEDAT' ')' ;; ;" tfai oot ihus tontrollecr! but*tome cases the hotel kiiev"'bunt, andli was. an object ofcuribsitrtb have-invited-, 1. >, ........ ..- L.t.t'M- 1.I'....

PJ: rs." .4'!! '".:: '. t ; .L.;. ....,/!:. ,, 'd t"Jj .' .',: f'J' L':' "f\ l : .'1 Lt1Ji of Mad diarrhcsa;and especially of relapse,' visitoW, One day,,; while1'quietly"taking [ I 'operationsJarLbeiagj carried! i4"f',
Now open for 'Visitors ,, heed( to.it whatever. 'A's' soon as this his dinner in the;general l refectory, two Military .
no
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TAXEL IK :EXCH :1fGE lJ
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tpI112.tt U ., ." 11"; "' <* ". : :' !I':"'" .,;-. :::.* *** 'h'* *" ,. : '-.-.l', :""""".,' "JlStr. .. '.... .,' :._..>, r"- ", b.c'comesapparent- I have always; resorted to this gentlemen from:the South, intending draw I throughout Oaxaca:; ,:'f"

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-A French pjipei rays that on the return AN EXPENSIVE VINJ"ARb. HELEN. '1 IJIOGEilE rOIL tut TIMES.IXBT HE.&VEN ,-The J1ic'u lohd Republic n journal Y QIl'comnuttto,B of the feeling appointed of this to draft Lodge raiulfo fwolexprert 1Uh.

I (ft* Jloridn t iutt.a. from the Viucenur races on a Sunday ff last "A \"inrp.rd.. lately by auction at :. SIISEftlCOEDlA. ; which i in wisrlv paTIna attention to southern in tiC Bri. D.C. Arnblevwhow death by upon drowninc the .4c---,

Genj,.in France)al the rate of $3OO0 an aero.Vc ." diUrial intercut"am! enterprises while, too :communicated to the Lodge.;whfle l h was fn ie -
-.... month, the luxury displayed in the carriages Oft u I cU.ped tnr child in arms, man other journals in the South are Using their the evening. April 4tb, 6866-respectfullj. -
mtmk
JockioavIIU', April SO, 1C6. of the demimonde; \ clip the above from an exchange, as encouragement And liftewd to her Infant song, toot
and toilets, especially produced IcohuwUs.for i'ni erable! political squabbles, per- following;
... I felt the of magic charms !
this power
*
for tho raising vineyards ditferrnce Whereas, This lodge, while at peaceful labor
sectional
some manifestation, <>n the part oT the Which more to Heaven than earth belong. jctnnting personal ,!hatr d* and, ( .timE
--w. 1L CHRIST. Earrea: ASD F&oriumi. have better climate 10th oreuing of April 4th,9866,was,alarmed at the ouut
J really March
where
The da las country, we a : ", in it- number for : doat
inhabitants thu/inlmnrss cry Her soul, forever on the wing, say by the imperious ma :daU of the dread ip GEilItAL NEWS. and lands at nominal prices. Experiments "Since tho Union was rdHined, theie has against whose free wi&hin'the circle
i lea am/or, which seems to be an echo of 1848, merely And fnsltinjj oft its narrow cage entrance of.J I Iternit
<. ----- I have already been made, justify, not Would some keen pungs of sorrow bring, never been so 1:1T" t an iiuoliuent of northern j, the barred doors and weapon offer no hrt
citiT.eosofNortb was even hoard. : And yet aflVctlou more engage. capital iu Mmthern land* and! !agriculture as !has ment-and was called upon to mourn the KM of"our
meeting prominent fniall but men of ) means, much loved and flOe"
capitalists, l.'OIDpliDiul\ll-Out
only
The concurrent testimony of tho custom larger occurred n'.nec: the tenmiution of hostilities.In greatly ee \ Ct'col
., Carolina was recently held in Mscl-lcnburg, at to embark this profitable branch "Ver few The envtom knew i'11\'b fairy thing, : DrxtVr and fdto,- itiZD, D.C.Ambl: and 1J *
officers stationed on the Canad\ frontier shows So decked with he colT) plumage bnglit j-pitcof PdJow 3n,1 l all the. other. large stati. la this jiaddeu summons bythe Grand Vast.
which resolutions were ucanimouRly passed hands arc needed, one or two being enough to, 1i cling, there will tic cotton or lib of! .
that, ntuhlistatidirigtie! predictions That did tTearth so htl.T tichns! a large crop Universe, our beloved broth' *pherY.f.
inviting Northern Immigration and capital; to many carry on quite an extensive vineyard. Was ready for a higher flight. raised 'i I860, Kn.Ut will be raised chlc'fly"tJylIIenn live'usefulness among us,we are again forcibly nnfaL.

thai State and declaring that a hearty welcome smuggling operations have decreased since the To tho mechanic: toiling j car after year;and Pride of my life !I. I tbought. her mine| of',northern,capita!. of tmJits.** the*uncertainty Thcreforo of be life itThii and the tanity of all W?

wouldl te I extended to those who caino with termination of the reciprocity treaty. renticg his home from the rich capitalist, -who: And hung with rapture on her name ; "Tha, movement northern enterprise in pl Re'o1ced though! Brother Ambler was not
", The expedition, consisting some seventy Fven Grangers worshipped at her Mine, this direction is precedent nnd beyondall a OMM.
hetond
dUtinttire
fconert intention to settle them and hesitates not, when sickness or want of ocnpa'-: of flame. ber of thb Ltxlgri having .retained hii 1 Ii
among I .five ',New England feuinlcR, which sailed from uncertain to him And wondered at her eyes rational oxpectation. bcrship with the parent Lodge-.----ot Xe* TOrk,b,|f

aid in developing the agricultural mineral and nnder don, renders payment "ar Thus in even flow;. ,- Northern men and northern capital have cm- always a zealous, true and active Brother j in the aoJ? do
New York pleasures
manufacturing resources of the State. Washington Territory off the premises, we say, come to Florida. To I hhnlly! drevnidof bliss alone, irki-d: in cottiin culture to an extent beyondall hold of the fjitWulhuTihir" <,tlt-n**ak with tuei "and-JT?" ?
t the management of one Mercer has at lat been ) trades there is au an hour-an hour all woe, tell in ua io our rurkn and we deeply deplore the 1 IwgiM
Wh :
Maj. Tliomas 6. Rhett of South Carolina industrious men of all opening m came precedent, which cannot fail to gratifying > good a nasa, so esteemed a citizen, so klad ? il.
to one. *
formerly! chief of t-U-ff of General Joseph' E. beard from. After a r".nl1nt"o'ya e, dh.erRi.fied and a prospect' of owning a home, that ev Which curdled haaian griefc results The fact.i i is n most. significant in so esemp'ary a Brotlier! and would cleriyh j in me mS

Johnson!! general snpcrn- only by the usual incidental* of*.ea-sicknessj ery.'urisl'ullanfIngin value. Small capitalistson Friends" fold her mould -upon the shore dication of the popular conStlcncc! whic/i/ prevails rita and emulate i.i our ucli"n.-<, his upright conduct t *teeMr

has bccn appointed the steamer Continental reached Rio on }the Of gende stream, whoaa dirge-like; clume in our political (utnrl'. It ought t.) be a generous actions, hi* pur., principles hb eialted Jjrf I
Life and Accident here areanxious to invest at once and o'ef. and noble character.
ting agent of the great Western arriving Shill tell the wiro*o'er of to the South
10th of February Thev airiv d good health this heart of mine. subject exeyedicg gratification ResolJ-'cd Thnt we extentl sincere
our
from Which condolence.Liude. .
upon
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going prey
Insurance Company of New Orleans. and pend enough to buy a place that HO much IIf riiirtln-rn capital} dUll enterprisehas .->t fraternal iiyuipathies to our &.
worthy Erothrr
*- The Briggs Hotel in Chicago, a massivefcricic and spirits showing tha\ they arc'pretty tough. point to point taking this and that one's advice. I "Weep noln they said,"a cherub now," taken tiii 4 directi. It indicates; a widespread G. Ambler,(Ion or the deceased,and out! retatire la'tli fc

structure, with mastic facing, fire ttorics It is reported in Paris that a company' is They blunge i in blindly, spend their all, and net 1 'Slie'a winged and rohed before the throne- confluence, in the Union and a general part of tha country,)in his aftliftire berearement Sni.
A dia,lam b on bur brow, .-t tlmt the ol his
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poignancy
be
about be fornn f, direct to harmonize cement and ('on.oli grief may asaiueedk
to < r establishing a disposition ,
hIgh, and with a front of eighty feet on Randolph reaping immediate gain, give up discouraged. And palms and kingdoms are her own.ruI : he faith that, He '* whose infinite and tender mmp.imth
real
rtht-rn into
line of coimnunicalu.n between Intiia and date it. It will brin; ri IIIvn
street and one hundred and eighty feet To such, we would say, conic, settle down at words but vain! they cannot heal \ relation -Uli the mill hi* former, underst.undZn. whose -poodnew eodureth tor*
practical negro bt-lovejl
hal
France and wf the Isthmus of er, auiimoned our Brother hence. ,
on Wells Btrcet, is being raised with screws up I England by way your trade, quietly looking round for a good The ai&i'ujof: a plundired heart; master mid di bu-e ,their inimN of n:any preconceived ftetolfeJ, That we deeply lament the great ton whit s nir
i Suez ana Mar..cillcA new railway is to be home gradually TU nut for raortiU here to feel{ iilvas! which tll\V : ol'Mruct timework not oaly our frarmi-j ha sosuined: ii the U {got
to the new grade of the street, a height! of four opening to invest impiove your That ULa in which they h\'c no part. jjreatly decfllell
constructed for this; in direct line Crother AmlLr, but also: that of society at large
purpose a which will, when of' ree* n3tinetion. It brings into pru- a.adrf
till the time surely
feet at a cost, with contemplated improvementsof comes, I this immediate commUnity in inpaavd whTch
from Marseilles to Calais, by which nearly: two "under If child of mine I lit' utraph there. ,Incti\o action the vat ntliein, capital e.tistina ; p.irticnlar, it U %'
sit
wives and little ones,.can She anothrr be, w) many year of enterprising unfolness.RwhiHtt .
30000. you your must being '
ill lime f of cal! .Ltl'. and which uoald b<*
lie : "riu C" Tlwt frattrrfjl
cur
hundred miles will 1 ravc.l. lympa'ihie, be ezt
order and fair. # tJ
Oni her bright
under) fig-tree
A private dispatch to tht agent of the Associated your own vine and your own The ume to Grangers&> to me. lfa] cjijiitiiUf sonic years to cmt but fur the : to our -Liter Lo' --Xo.-of New York, ei wbiIi
Governor Fenton "
Frew here, ays there \is no truth in thereport 'jssned a proclamation on with none to molest or make you afraid. :': as
the death of Ole Bull the celebrated the 20th, declaring New York City in peril ..-. :.; t Should thi our rank be l lost in deatlv hit 1 is.'imt! alone tlic'per i of Then human links are broken too, of rs-pcct to the memory of the. ceased, do 1rt'llJ' ] d
tioliuist and that he ha, not been in Quebec from impending pestilence as requested. by the THE CHOLERA. And lore N 1-ut a fieclir.jr breath, goM! t-i ajiproxi'iuJe i Mrlf in')re -:111: more nearly Oiiial! ba.!Jge of mnounirg| for tIme period of thirty daji,

Metropolitan Board bf Health. \\e publish on our first page, a letter (ri t Expiring in.t au1i f'nd adieu.A to the \O"III..f the J1Iti.na11''p-r that irnltcate Ileiolietl, That a bt.inic; ,page be.left upon our Recofii
for yearn 0 .Il.'nc'e in the stability on which tje iwimc, sg' uane aid iumier' t>f hiatoj-
The issued f'r Spmi..h.md Dr. Il.-imlin, for a resident missionary u .1"t''I.\-rllotl',1| p'lIllilr'c..t:1[ ?
patent many years is mine faith '- .
!hin.b'er faith
has bill authorizing -a and date of death of tie deceased shall b
-111e President approved.tho of fe :,'r.J! institutionbnt the i- 'laruc in California. the titles to his. That fans quenchless hu.nan: flame ,
Mexican ranches at Constantinople, giving experience a ; .
P'
him to transfer a gunboat to the Republic Lot: bears mm: through the gulfs <>f tleath, o]>iTati i,'t.-- \f nut th'i'n men and' capital l in tho ten.Evolved TJiat of these Resolutions e'
a
tho 'es..clAlso which have been finally confirmed by the with and observations upon that frig'itfulscourge Unchanged in ed-it'iuc sad the fame. tl-et Iilwli!it Li:ti-ii,"i'.'s ,.( the S.tith ali ilet 1 copy duly aUal.eel
for
of Liberia which is to pay .. o.J. by the Secretary und.-r s cal of the Lodge. be sent ,.
courts, embraces upwards of three millions three Ahia'.ic Cholera. lie gives the CUlN'!. note :i si:1 ii mmi h. an"i tie! 'i-n.niteu :.nu I JI Iii a pcrma erally, .o our! roth<,D. G..AraWer_ ,son of thd,deceaaiitt
for the j joint resolution protesUr.g against For tt hundred and) twenty-seven thousand- acres. symptoms, treatment, as likewise, the proper And death h.is every comfort slain, uiM.t HII J iiHriiK'Sii'tiUiii' iu liic; state of the ami w-.\.).-or \eT i-oric,of which Lodge the fc ] r&

t }pardon* by foreign governments of persons convicted United States bomb held by the Treasurer preventives. His explanation is of 'highest! interest I'd nur of infamous crimes ou condition emi To oei chili a child I''lio interest ,,'. the I < a copy funii \
1 my :lIItlll' ri r a r. il.-: to politiri -
.f the United States in trust fir National under tho existing apprehension .,f a t :y ed the city piper% wit a request that they publish de t jfj It.'I
grating to the United States.r ; which tI.: ':; Iiid :- t'c Iwd. same JXO. S. SAMMIS,
docs frenzied fancy j
And oft seem
Banks security for circulating note*, $320,28500 visitation. Let the preventives be nut only ". .. ,
The W.J" and Myns Committee ha\. To steal btu :..edcn tower?, -- I H Wil GUOTDEE m
obstacles relative to ; as security for deposits,' $30,011,500 ; borne iiunind, but strictly acted upon in time And *!'e her by life's crystal! octrt'.nn. A QICZK COMPLAIXT.vVilliam Wolfe, a c. L., ROBL. SO ;e;

finally overcome- the imposing total, 356293000. and this is intended not only for our individual At play with. bird and r.1.'lvj 3 von, iiifrfiln t Umi"iYllrk: was stprday = "ii
of 5 cent on cotton. A bill was Itn .'Ptivt Mc: oud) f the Thirteenth i.tRRiED.-1n of f fnt.
r ax per a re-tcd thIs city, on the night the 306 (
-The ladies compo-in the Executive Committee readers, but for those in authority w ho have Ofsneh" I see a counte! < throng y.
Mana-sseh Goldman ., bv Rev. Father Cham'bou, 3lr. CHARLES M. RC8.i
; agreed to-day. Iltav'n sure rt.e ky, P: They as
upon of the Southern Relief Fair, recently held the. weal of the community in keeping. The ) fprinkle The SELL, ol Cclamf GcurxiJ,to Hiss FLOItEXCZ t '
Tha House Judiciary Committe arc investigating Yet. t- my ear mine (chant her Hong, .f X} llIl'II.t cmip'amantsta'li1 of "
iu Baltimore have forwarded to Gov. Jenkins masses as a general thing, arc unthinking and And aiiigs a juidni hi luIUby.-! Mi-it .n the evening .>f I-'ptt'mb\'r, d4th, WEAVER WtolungtouCity. hewe
-- Mr. I>avi and Mr. _
the against .
charges 5..
two thousand dollars in money, and five* hun Inactive an-I thi when even health and life are Cut can she there my niyhiny hear ,* 864, during hi h'mpnary;: ahs-nce. olfimai ." .I

Clay's complicity in the assassination of Mf., dred barrels of flour anti other provisions to be perleJ. Let tho-sc in authority. remeniWing Cun huiinn sympathy: sUit woo? .i.-d iiis (the conii'h'ii.uii's; ) wife, E.* lic"'r, NEW ADvmTIS 1''TENTS. ,

Lincoln. I Then aiu-.t she weep, e'n though her tear ah.l l tin following m'.. )'I! I.- newly I marriedcoupV 1 I
distributed to the suffering in Georgia I and'actin the old ttl-ige, "an ounce of
;. The fears of an inundation at New Orleans poor npoa .,. Suould make thoangeb wcepvr too I i K-t: f.ir 1Jtre, .a*:i ig with him all the iESIH.A.BII HOMES

continue. The Governor ha appointed a committee' jn preventive i is worth a pound of cur." b'i a*.unceasing :. The tear which ther fry, bli ditill- furniture: in tin- house, tile property IIf the coning

each Congressional District to receive and. dis- as unsparing, m kxepiiig back the C.I1.,. Tno'igh 8.1",1 'or HA sad me aKme, plain-nit a'uonntiii: in value to $J71 t, an.' a IN =at.
of New Orleans 11 '
Tho Provost a"
Judge : distribute this timely bounty. destroyer. -' nut liighnem'" more the rye it fiL! JMiik book been placed in jail, charged with swindling, I And jo'iw: the d taut, realms in one. Ill 4500 in the!I iJowtTV SJivings; Bank. Since 1
-It is the opinion prominent Congressmen d has at his di'peaaf FIVE V AU.
and many cotton merchants have also been arrested 31 ARllIAGE 0/COLOUED PERSONS. tlu; (ldl' mcutioned abe, the defendant and rIlE.Cndn:. : Lake "' 1r
that the sc-sion Congress will be closed Thus r.aonj: ray I'ome comfort give; :, on AptPUk..I OringetOlIIIty. .j
and arc applying for tho writ of habeas present At the request of the Governor. Attorney, TL5- 1"'dm tlje oil my bo-rf>sn thrill, the! wife1!of the; conm'.riiiiant!: hive been living i. consisting or the finest Hammock land, capable of P' iducing I)

which refused. early in June. Apart from the subject! of General J. I>. Galbraith, has pubhshe 1 ai'ffi- My child: and ever Ailne, yet li\* tivgethei;: ill Utica. LatelyV'J1t.e came on to splendid crops of com, or of cane, that'will yi H ,.tub .

corpus, Reconstruction all other LUMUOS can be closedin cial this subject, the sulista-ice of Andtaou j h unen, 1 1 live her still.ini this city to buy g'()od and was arrested on the 12 or )5 barrels of jyrup per acre.
There is renewed apprehensions of great opinion upon i complaint? If'G.ill.llm., mentioned above. Two of said tract have each a good stock of cattle ni <
a few weeks. which we sum np, a- follows : : bogs, one of 6) cattle and 50 hogs the other of 45 at- ,- *0
damage by the crevasses on plantations. -They have 'been finding gold in the White 1. Colored persons who a c not, and hlo: not GEX. LEE'H TESTIMoNY .SCPPRESSED-IMPORTANT lIe was held to bail by Justice Mansfield to ties and 35 hoga. -

The'Princess of Wales is sitting for a claim to be living together in the relation of REVELATIONS OF THE TEMPER ->F THE await examination. The Lake on which the farm J arc situated is 23 rnikf ; -

full length portrait in oil, but as she is a little Mountains of New Hampshire and the Green man and wife, must take out license as provided ,SOUTH.-I HIII sorry to obsenre. a disposition! on ... long ai.d 12 miles wide, abundantly! supplied with i&-
Mountains of Vermont. the of the Reconstruction Committee to AN EDITOR LOST.-The Waco (Texas) Rqs- Climate fine,an e'e7thysea breeze making it as tetltty :
thin, a professional model sits for the arms and for bylaw, for whites. part ter thus chronicles the loss ifits editor: "This as any locality in the world. A"Canal of only Vaftn, :
Chronicle thlt in Rich in the of Gen.
-The
Aogu MY : 2. Colored poisons now living together as impure**, pretended publication through an open Trarle would'connect the watwfr if 4# "J
neck. mond Superior Court,'.now in session Judge man and wife can be legally united in the bonds Lee testimony, the most important portion of paper has lost an eJitor. Not by death ; not' by Lake' with'the OUawahai opening direct cctstntifa&tli.

The Civil Rights law is to be tested in, of matrimony, by such as are nuthoriz that dNtin:iiislif l fficern examination. I violate marriage, 'Not by anger; but in sadness He with the St. Johns, to Palatka and Jaciu iml'r. Aa ip-, i
Hook has delivered a very able and elaborate persons left with hi heart full propriation has been made the State enr
the Memphis Courts. The statutes ofTen cd to do so by law without a license in regular m> ruufiik'iici-, giving it a* follows : us joyons anticipation: by of alternate see .1
opinion, in winch be has decided that in all cases (J. What kind of shirt did xtear during his mild! blue eyes beaming with hope ; his voice tions of J land for opening said canal.
frm. you
from drinking
nessee prohibit negroes keeping The Linda on the Lake are sufficient to make
of contracts made before the 26th February, 'thc.\"arJ? A. Calico sometime. and sometimes cheerily whistling Yankee I fondle, and his ward. a pool r BTao
and billiard saloons and several 1 cases aro now 3. Persons authorized to solemnize the rites farm, for each mile on its whole circumference.
; 1862 (tho date of the Act making greenbacks a of matrimony are to be well f\ati-tied that the woolen.; 0 f robe carefully packed in a red cotton Irandker-' Farther information will be given upon application tome

pending maintaining that tinder the new laws legal tender) corn alone, or its equivalent! in CUI. colored persons presenting themselves to be Q. You are married, are you not.l? A.I c cl.u-f.: lie! i is gone fromus now, and the Register( by mail to Melosville; Orange county, ,Florida 'STI
monrneth of Hudson and Si#- ef Farm, Xo 1. 517 No. COO No.8,JM
all men are on an equal footing as to business I ; our contemporaries acre, .
without i license have been am. _
married V -
rency was a legal tender. ', ., living. __4. _s'r-1 0 ., __n ... _L.1. r..1n...... .&_n" .nq--.t -! "U"J. '' '' 'OXL lie
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-, t'ttf\ 1I'lilAi'na "till all\'c-ttl-011 I.. 1 T AIi Atiunacu i/iua iii'uiuuif irvCTICOl!! penalties- provided? by i.i. law,i-for performing dIe, of tin'ler chdhinir your wife wore during the un- heard uf in their ricinif\. He'i i is a very respecttbe find Any it to person their in advantage Orange county to correspond having lands with'me.to)I1 mj. a

family have gathered here in daily anticipation from keeping tippling saloons billiard saloons.In mairiajre: ceremony without. license. \" b.>lystiifef i A. 1 wa .not at.home much of tb;' y.>nng man, and Mugs: in thr choir. He is GooJ aa J responsible references given if required

of his dit Hse. The General is now in ,bis the Criminal Court of Memphis on the 13th 4. The fees of tire Clerk of the Circuit Court time, and can't say.Q. ., perfectly lla"nlt'tl1., njih the efily of the American WILLlAil MILLS

He most of his I several of these cases were brought up. The fur entering certificates of marriage without What color was it I A. I don't) knot. eagle! (on a half-dollar) or.the sight of a woman ,_ : Melonville, Orange County ,.
eighty-fourth year. passes tine license bhoulJ bo one third of the amount Q. \Vk counsel 1 for the defense the Civil E'.'
in sleep, undisturbed. At rare intervals ;: be i pll.alcJ: Rights charged for issuing license, and recording the Q. )ou't you know that the ladies of the man, but that i H not his fault. His name i iCha is NOTICE. -- -cia ea

wakens up sufficiently to ask for some of Ibis; Law in abatement, contending that all were on S.1IRC. South (>nnce. and tl.at i i.s supposed to. have been hi* TTTEEKS tnrm.Toel.
after date, I will apply to the Juog of :
old friends, who are ent for, but on arriving, an equal footing. Judge Hunter reserved his 5. All regularly ordained ministers of the gray peticoats; during the war? A. :I do not. none before he came to'Texa<; !perfectly honest SIX for St.John County, fur Letters of Admi ,

even within the hour, he is genre&lIy a f fecp opinion. It is thought a test may be made oi Gospel, vthitc. or colored, in communion with Q. .,"' yon think they wore more gray than -never known to take anything out of his istration on the Estate of John-Black, late of St. Jota 'otWn'obedIe

of these some church, Judges of the Circuit Courts (,fProIte. blue in the article *f clothing to which nc refer r'ach-arlll the charge that he wasa verr' reaching county, deceased. LOUISA BALCK.
again. His disease is softening of the brain, one cases. : and Justices of the Pence, are authorized ? A. I do not know. Never instigated young man is false; never drinks anythingsm'rituiis May 5-6w 27

from years of mental labor in the service of \,his -The Senate has passed the bill admitting by law to perform dIe marriage ceremonyl:' that subject.Q. unless invited and then only a." a medicine ICE.

: Colorado. 6. Technical informalities will not invalidate Is it true that the women of the South ; he is w..aklI; originally a native of .

country.In the House Mr. Wilson, from the Judiciary -When the of Gen. Robert Hattou, marriages contracted under the directions of the wear JvfiL Dai'i*'* picture in their bo-Kirns A. \\'nn"'lt-\nl born there from choice but is ICE DELIVERED at the Depot and on beard{ Steamed
corpse act passed by the last legislatnre, unless some I never took notice. Should not be surprisedif now a nu-mber of the United! States having taken shipping order. _

Committee, reported adversely on the I late of the Confederate army was being carried substantial absence of form or evidence shall vx.ist. -- some of them did. the amnesty oath HIM! all the proclamations.When : CHARLES .5.. FAIRCHILD.ICE IdtiesieIfelIuiw

President's Me age suggesting a modification through the streets of Nashville, the ether day, :al1l1 the presumption of la* will aluavs be Q. Do Y.U think a Freedraen's Bureau agent he left he !fiat I a new suit of storj clothe*, can be ottainedfor medical purposes on Sundae

of the Test Oath, on the ground that those who a group of United States officer who happenedto in favor of the existence of valid marriage.- ;' rfonl.1 be allowed to marry into a first family of and all the fnnd* 'fth< concern upon his person. from Church.9 a, m., till se.vices co-uaayuce at the Presbyterua. T

took I' against the government would be in be standing near the line procession, raised -*... .- I'' Virginia ? A. If a. young; lady belonging to a An extended cin-le. of friends and creditors anx- Jack VilJl", May 3J-tf 21

the enjoyment and DANGEROUS SOUTHERN JOURNALS. ,first: family; were willing, I suppose he could. iuo.sly 1 wait fi'r mh'II'Ig.'ncc." I ngLfor tojanat
position, treason their hats ami stood uncovered urtil the '
I remains .... .
I The intemperate tone of the ultra Southern'journals Q. How long will it l I.e befijre pumpkin pies Notice. ;
would not be made odius. had them.It How long a h"r*c can ln* without food IS1eci.1ed
passed j is having an injurious effect the, I become a favorite dislrin tlur jateiy rebellion O IX WEEKS *he a4JA
upon after date I will the
( by experiment*recently made in France.It apply t Julgeof
:. Gen. G. T. Bcauregard was elected President inttrchts of the South. The districts i ? A. I do not know. Some O
is stated that the ,British Governmenthas spiteful temper1, people wa ascertained, by cnu-1 mean, that, a 'Ittirse the Probate Court for the county of Sc John'*, for
of the New Orleans and Jackson Railroad that these manifest !like them now. k-ttew of uinutration one the Estate of Antonia Alvarez
toward
1 journals the Govern i
.n't orders to iwson, the Governor of the : will livu for hent,.ti\'e day* without solid food),
to-day. I ment, and their continued iteration of the state Q. I. there not a :reataver.iontocodfIh, asa ,late of said, county, deceas>ed. .
Bahamas the of Jamaica iiu-relV drinking) water. lie may live venteen
to assume Governorship ELOXT ARIA ALTAREZ.
Th. Tribune's Eastport special say*:- the return of Sir anent that tlc war has settled no question of Yankee staple of diet A. I do not know days without t-uting flxxl or (. rinkin;. He can May 3-6w :27Masons I'
on Henry "
Stlrks calculated that there i K
arc to ill
principle keep -
upan 'l'cH"tt'In only five when solid f.'oI
There is border fivi-da\s consuming
and has been
no
+ J war none. -Tere i is every prospect of a war between the minds of the people, nn.1 l to retard a re'I'' Q. Do[ they like pork and leans in Virginia wit Iui'ut No fights occurred at Calais did the Fen A. Sonic
nor ncwal do.
of
peaceful and friendly relations people
Austria and for the of ten days, but with! an insufficient I i
Good find
Brick
space and Plasterer!
p ians capture any EnglUh flag. There is no excitement lrus"ia tween the North and the South. Here i is air Q. WhatV your opinion of the- Fenians ? A. quantity of,drink, the toinach is worn SEVERAL. in Layers this city. Apply to can
-An unsuccessful, l at made assasinate example fr)'n the Charleston South Caralinian I have not git'en the subject much attention. -
t
on this side of the boundary. mfta : out. The above fact* show"he importance of J. L BOBCH.

Tho revolution in Panama died out and the the Czar of Rusia.The "I I* it supposed bv the North that the issue Q.: How are you on Sehles\Vi -nul'tcin I A. water in the Mistunance of the 110r.(. A hor>ew May 3-21 27Newsdealers ;
of the war has had the slightest effect in disturb I have nut made up my mind on that subject -- --
majority of the prisoners are set at liberty. Steamship Hermann has arrived at NCw either. I hfrh had hen .1..prhocll.fvatl'f fr three days j.
mug any.Southern innV faith or convictions a* drank eleven gallons iirthc of three min '

-'The American steamer United States is York with Liverpool dates to the 18th instant. to the' r'ghts of the States relation to the Fed; Q. Which side do you sleep on ? A. The utes. space

reported have been seized by the Spanish American cotton hal advanced from i to Id.Messrs etui Union, as entertained by all the ,leading right' !Mdi, gem-wily. ... .
Southern Statesmen I Is it Congit1 Q. D.) Southern! men cnCT""'Iy continue to Good the & Booksellers
squadron at Valpano. East,Clifford and Ros"cau have been supposed by jnlgl't.that during term of the
- A special dUpatcfi to the Globe, from rctiancd for the trial yfJelf Davis. **'or the North that, in yielding to the power sleep in arms, notwithstanding the cessation i.f 'Circuit' 'mi it .it trris place! C. P. Cooper, E qo, Are" informed:that ,
the rebellion ? A. Those who married do 1
A of tho United. States Government, nnd proclaiming aie now <>f Ja"k in iUe: made: one of the mutable! .
Eastport, says General Mcado announced a Pardons hare been granted) in the cases of itself submissive in future to that' GII\1. I.MJeve. I IUltll.f'lfl'h'r! bob\V *jHv 4'!ies ever mnutle in this sec- THE AMERICAN

determination to line the coasts with fifty thousand Mayor.Monroe and Alderman Nixon of New eminent, the, opinion, of the South is so changes .t : Q. Do those nho arc not married abstain tiun of tin! ; foil try. Mr. C. ha but fl'if

men,if necessary to prevent Fenian mis- leans, O. MOW to prompt th!f r preference of that' Government fiom doing >o ? A. I can't say that they do.rah. .- any. equals! ,in th ,-Stati' :I* an advocate at the NEWS COMPANY

chief. over that which they decreed for themselves \\ ; Cur. da. (Jfll. bar.-(/iasrutFe Bn.-, : ,
-It was stated that; General 'Lcocoundi had .. OF NEW
.. in the establishment, of the SouttuerCnfederacyr' ... YOR.K. ,
Members of Congress are quietly going becn'nominatejCajtain General of Cuba, vico *..J Thepuwlm.nl spwch uf Jodjjc Shellabi'-ger, A lady, a reguiarsls.qqn..r! | vva had male an' Are ready to supply, at the earliest moment, and

Lome on brief visits which indicate a desire to General Dulcc resigned. The cmpkasizcil words in the above extract .>f Ohio, delivered in the Honst- late on Kalur uiifortnnate a Ntant? look overall the f.tock'n', on*the very lowest terms

prolong the session. arc just as they appear in the ori inal. Now", tiny ereiiing, on the .subject of '%';,(i"fIt1 'citutnshi in the house" objected l that thmo were Ion: V .

The Board of Health have determined to I -Tho Secretary of the Treasury ordered the the design of that paragraph' to convey the, [>', nnd time manner of its f..ifcitme! and till'p"w'r vntitiili. "I -\jinl thr lon j st hose that arttimndt. Newspapers, Daily and Weekly,

remove the colored population of 'New York Assistant United States Treasurer to discontinue ;impression that the' war decided nothing except and right of the National Gov.'rnmeiit .." "Tlu! i, madum," WIIS the reply, Magazines, Dime Novels, !

the reception' of for temporary loans. the military Mij-ieriority' of the Nor.h at to c'imtrvlits resumption after forfeiture, has "yuii'd better apply to the next l'nginlbuuse..
,1epolit
and Brooklyn to more healthy abode, and the time of the reln-IIiou. It gives the idea chullfiigeil; 1 ts profound attention among leadingmeml'crs Books, Cheap Publications, 1

establish temporary cholera hospitals in various Attorney-Oeneral Speed hrs go We t to that the right lIt C'ce.io" till remains inviolate a.s any speech yet delivered in Con "\0, you are g"ing to keep school," said a School l Books, Envelop ;

parts of the two cities,for use in case of neces recruit his he 1h., The determination of the ; that the right to hold slaves has- not 1't-eii "tecs.' He siimci that citizenship, under our yonng 1 lady to her oM maid snnt. "Will!, fur Pens; -

sit v. time and plc of trial of Jeff not be impaired, and that tho doctrine of extreme Constitution, ii of Nut iot.al nnU not State mv part, sooner than d-. that, I would marry a Writing Pape'tAitt ,

A made until Mr. Speed's return.Largo Dtis.i. State rights should still be maintained by tfie origin. By a masterly exposition (f ntithori- ""widower with nine rhildren." "I ,would prefer t"btJtliitgwa t J (y 4

_ rpecial dispatch to' the Philadelphia numbers of 'idle freedmen at New. Southern people. The conclusion, therefie' ties; of u State, national and i .tcrnatitmal character that myself" vvj.sthe. quiet reply., "but wheic NEWSDEALER ftq6KSECL) ..

\ Telegraph. professes to announce on high authority f"lIlIws that the Southern-people. should h'rmli' with tllU.nnif.rlll.prn1tue of'civilized na i is the widower ?''

I- that Jeff,'Davis will soon be released on bern and on Roenoake Island have been notified adhere to their old notions upon these subject*, ti III1..1I1 shows that by participation in the Rebclli.in i.iSUCCESSFUL ,Printed Tfade Lists, .

I parole on the. same. terms accorded to C. C. that tbcv cannot have rations after May first next and patiently await more favorable opportunity the Rel.eN have: lost all right to participate EDITORS, : -.\II 'English writer Describing tne n'Sure of the Newt BuSiness'Low'

-It is for them. Ntw York .in the Gou-rmiicnt, and ho further claims says : "A' good editor a competent '
A Clay. reported that Mrs.[ Davis hat received asserting SUIJ. newspaper to do it, names'of Ptptyuii Magazines,With'
who. permission visit, her.husband' at Fortress Mon and allows by precedents that Congress or time conductor, is like a general -t a p-'et. born, not their prices,"&c:, _will.Se_ sent ?! &;t'
left San Francisco
T Passengers onthe t AN IMPOHTANT DECISION.-A cas
30th nil, gives further particulars of the roe.Tho ccntly triedjand determined in the U. S. District of the right' of franchise, except but the qualification i* innate, or it is never The

colluioa between the Liberals and French French marched out of the city to 'give Court at Mobile, Judge Busteed presiding, involving !I. nprtii Midi terlUS, Congress, may determine, manifested. On the London; daily paper' all American'N5 Company,

troops. the Liberals battle. Te' .fighting was very an important principle in law. A and that the State, have rio authority over the the great historians novelists, poets essayists, .. ,119 &. 12. .1,.NASSAU. ST..' NEW YORK., (0

.- General Sickle has been nominated "by severe, no prisoners being tvken on either side. youngster, a minor, traveling ,on one of the matter. '. Y.' Tribune. and) thu._writers of travels have.been tried; and Feb.f-, DSm-- "'- < -$ ,..- .,15 '

The French commander killed. Mobile and New Orleans steamers, engaged in.a ; __:. ..o- neariyeveryjbne has failed., '1 can,' siid the -
I the Se&fttfe Miniver to Hague.TCe .. \'U game at cards wit a professional gambler-,- and late editor of the London Times.'finJ any number
Litest advices from tho eat of state that Late reports show that huge coal fie1dsext N OTICE.milE .
I President has filled out the appointments I war lost? as charged, a. sum of.money "really the: of men of genius to write. for ,me- but very
the Ural! districts i in UU
I in lia. There also, *
Virginia for tile Internal Revenue reinforcements were en.ronto for the, French property of the minor's mother. .Suit was iristituted ( are seldom one man of common sense..* Nearly all UNDERSIGNED wOlgife lessons French
immense coal trains in the Moscow district, covering I her residence on Forsyth street opposi'e }!r;,JobS
Mazatlan. by,the mother for thu of t& successful 1 editors of this A
I Department, with parties who h'are taken the recovery an.area of one hundred, and twenty thousand are description. Clark's house, to he'Y OUDg Ladies of Jacksonville, who
test oath. -The State department bas received ofhicialintelligence money not against the gambler, but tho, captain -> miles and in the Don. Besides : good editor seldom writes much for his paperho are desirous to learn. -

of'a decided victory of the Liberals ; of the bost. The case has been heard mtlu square reads, judges l select, ,dictates alters and Tuition fifty dollars per session.of fie months,pa J*". .
Consul has
Godey received letter these coal ,lias,been discovered the Caucasus.Crimea -
a from ,
_ ovprthe at Chihauhau and the occupation United States District Court in Mobile aud i combines, and tp do all this'welJ ho has but lit- quarterly ia"advane. *'
JnarerxUted El Paso, March 9, stating that thetroop Imperialists the former., the decision rendered favor of the plaintiffWe : SfinhirsE, Ekatari nofki,and'tIH steppes tle time for coinposition Txf writo for a paperis MRS.. C, H..BRUSBV
CMbusbna would city by of, the Keen-en in the government o'f Kiet, and .* \ March 29-Im 22
Kent that edit'a another.
occupy one thing-to paper is -
-There were ii') exut'ance at the clow of the in Poland.A .
find this in "I
exchange : once met '
a
ni i
and in from- that date -
place, eight days the '
Government ca 1864, cxcctly 7,728 Jesuits. Of these 475 man who had 'nervc-and-boue-ull healing salve ; ... The'London Time*thinks that the number of Z. S. DOANE ,
Literal woullbe established there.
were'in the Papal states, 2,329 in France, 290 he was an (enterprising kind of .a fellow, so he letter from Paris reports that the fashionable negroes shot and} hanged in Jamaica, after the FOR.WARDINa .
F .
A fetter from.Gen. Afvearcdo fully confirms nr Asia,313 Africa, 726 in.South 190 thought he would experiment with it. lie first women,not content with'wearing crinolinei.t late insurrection,'i is five hundred. t. .

the defeat of Mender by the Liberals at Urda- fa North America and 55in Amerc cut off his dog's tail, and applied-some to the e springs of ;which are made of pure gold and '-s.- _, S And Commission ,Merchant' .
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T pan. The constitutional Governors of Chihuahua Oceanic.It stump, a new tail grew out immediately.- silver, have now,taken a fancy,tor boots with th's -In the Ohio Legislature on die 30th nit, a bill introduced JACKSONVILLE, -. -. :-. SLOIUPA

and Tobasco give official notice that those is thought there rill not be,more, thanonethird then applied some to the piece of, tail'which he heels plated with.the same precious metal to preserve game,was ordered to'the third rt din:. Refer to E.'C:,Drew,'BogtonT y 1B .1:

State. are BOW peacefully under' the Liberal theukuil crop of whtat in Ohio, and cat.off, and ,a new dog grew, out He, ,did not ;These boo(!maybe( seen.in the shop.windowsof Mr. Sawyer(a Republican member)asked,if!it was to prevent 'P..Buck* Co.,Kew,York tAprill2

_ role. throughout the.Northwest bu\ a medjum roi. know which dog was which," some of thoTashibnablbsboe makerSv". President Johnson from shooting at "dead.ducks.. -tf 24 S .,,)1

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. ...4rnI.. ...............; : SI1pl'..... 1... 1b a 18 BorueU L JolcClure Sim.nBo..ea and brethren to aid him in doing so thtouph tbeptesC S Shewill leave IITantJab. nr f t\iiay a.9 e'efreA.
,_ d arrin L" OIIOW', ; I Dome8. cs-Sbirtingl\; :....:.. a U Y 1olape&o John. Communications may be addressed to him at ThoovtviUe STATIONERY. 11.aTtire 1.1. Jacksonville 11 Suodayzud JII tiiuln ;.

enORTtL La 44 H...... a 40 Brown David N. G.-his temporary residence-until otherwise di. SCHOOL BOOKS, 1ii1lea1" for Savannah every Tuewfsy at 4. A. M, _-.tot.
3\\MreII'Y A tO S. '1rtis ..._.... 51b nlauc-h.rd Charles rected. SLATES ..,
Nelson
CG"ldIT a 4.S0 Th IOIl T JOSEPH S. BA !JLSubucoptioa ? For(freight engagements or F&etit "FP T on bQlt.nhr '
1? "l ond&n en.T\mrdl at t r. II. F1 ow-.Superftne,........ U1 a 10.50 Berdiee E.t Co Newton henry will be reeved at the TIKES 01& PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, to JOllNAM3t1SkCO. -,'

VET, .e Extra............... bb! a 12.00 Bethis T P t, P.' D.e. M-it Amia fine assortment. of NOT 5-..tf Age.t.
..rni" an6I, ..wpte&f'r \ h'(1oM .L Fahcy LrsDd.bbJ lIS.OOa noo Braodf'Dax E C Perry Joseph ., ARTIST COLORS, .
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I irrin every" (Saturdl 11.\ at II 1' GraiD-Com.! including aacltl..:, blia 1.38& 1.50 Baker Sanden Pow41 B M A FAMILY NEWSPAPER. whkh they offer at th* lowest Cwh Price '

F. H. REED. r. Y. ,4 Oati1........... ....3 baa'' a BUrDell l1r Packard B F THE! BALTIMORE We wiuld particularly call the attention of tIe Tn3 in FOR TEnpnISE FLOBIDJiSTE.IMER ..
j n.nrlbern......... .. rtt' 1.00. 2.25 Bo'rdjobnA Pearce Bn C'IIBolto '
-- orWt Cit.iA athon-d to .4 Eastern, ............e... cws' ..anld John J P..ne John M WEEKLY COMMERCIAL FLORIDA AND GEORGIA, .

ir1\. JrrSo: CMthe mnea I ....................... Ib, 'a 'Ii Bolender T C. Polite Palmer .larch For the Tear 166. to our tot-k. and assure them that we can furnish aft .t : -: _.= .'.

'lei rcep fot naonl'Y -. Lard, ........................ lb' 20a 21 Cooper Mr R Pa.Uicear Sit.doner'CaDon THE LARGEST, BEST .AND CHEAPEST WEEKLY good la oar line at the lowest New York or Philadelphia :! '' ..c2 '

-- M GastETE Umc......................... bbl a 3.50 Paul 2 Pt'ter..n JnbnCbartfearMr NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN 1IARTLAXD. pnce*. -s "P ", J .
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tat,, f. ffi >
": iu e il1r.rtned !'iaili-.......... keg a 9.60 PuY Moses fjf Orders by mail promptly attended to.Sept. ., ,.I '
;tT and anniliet **** **** ()ila-Xeroeeuer..... ...... pI'! a 1.00 Coo..y Wm IL IT I OUR PURPOSE to make the WttactT CoaMKKcutcne 8. 1S6tfFH1LAXDkN. --' : .., ,

t v. Mr{ Gutltt t.ronU here S "perm...... ......... ". gal 'a 1.00 Campbell G..o Reynolds George 11 of the very be t SHAW Stxraxs _. .1.-'. ::"JttIrri :' t. -

a _t' 111e n"t.arn..d.\ were U lArd................... gal a 2. 1) CrOOaure Mango Richards E U FAMILY JOURNALS IN THE WORLD { Ckowtu

Is"' Mltn1ar,from licanlPY' They Onion......... ..,......... bbl .00., OOranea. Clements Thomas Raycrort John a repository cf the treasnivs of literature-containing Stentary... Frtidcn>. ._ _-.o/,_ "
, ",frraarl.0.' ur the party ... '..............;.. a rICbran c.pt BG RoIliD. t'aI'rin varied and instructive information on all topic of current Eixaa W" Caowut. l7.Prr J .M 1" duranrf' "11. :' I..jll: Ptlper-vtter,. ........... .. ream 4.00 Cumming C Jd Risley David interest and supplying reading matter adapted to INSuRANCE COMPAHY CEXERAI SIIEPLET, CiWir B 54'
1 Or.5T05' "but .. Coonmenial Not&.... C.rDY"a. Charles Regina Joseph the and the United? 5Jil wO J\:11'011-
: lt "b\'n J34tS a 3.0 taste requirements of every member of the family tatt leave .
,:' N. SnUNGTOS'. pl&l't.a. -. Pot.atoe-1ri; ,.......... bbl 4rm. 15.00 Ca.rpinter L Ityane James circle.. Independent of party and without sectional XEYORK.! viUe for Palatka, and intennrdiate Jaad'cp.every SAT :'

,..oj ,t tit :.. J. .. Sweet .............. bu 1.25a '..40Pot' 'Chelrrian E. 8. prejudice, it takes braid and national views for the main OFFICE, 133 BROAD WAT.Ca CRDAY morning; at w'cloclc.. and will leave Palat&a '.

I' ____.. et1S .r .. -. ..... bbl a a:5.ooJ D. Ssone William tenanceof the Union, and welcome the era oft_ EK.ilia- h and intermediate lan iirg i for Entert e tm every SOX,.
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)i1. :Nr"'I "f t"\'h. in flori. ...,.. ........ ... _.. baa a.. DoyleiP SpinneyCW tion and.harmony between tbe sections wlale! it advocates Assets-Capital. $1,00,1,000 DAY. at :3. rn Ktturninz will leave EatrpriseonWEDXEJDAYJ .
;;r .tvrnlm' n l.f ""Ui..mt. Iaina, .... ................ box 8.00 Dixon David 8 Sonrille JackDanLouneBettelin every int reet that tends to aid in the advancement OOI' morning ilowlpg at 5 a. jn. *n43a1aI. .
,. f. ..,.", t '!1e ....................batCbo 4 4.21 MessrsSilvrrJsinea 2 of individual and gencial prosperity in the State and nation. M ka on TCtTtSDAY wowing itS. I.m. .. .

i 4 ,Ii'-.". ,". Fl.tnt\ .................... qr box a. 2.50r F.lu1ey H ?. Sullluo S.herwood John Walter FIRE Ocean,Marine and Inland Risks taken at rate Freigit for Silver ?pnns anil all Iiindb s on the Oc

._._- .iee. .................. .... Ib a 15 Fields Joseph tUnni"as HarumQt A marked excellence! )of the Weekly Commercial aj any other first cbs*Company. I limbs taken at through,.rate.. -

I" ,\, I 4iFt1l4! ., "..t\"! !1'T. :t. ......... .. ...... ck a z.oo Forward \flU A Stone Whim.,., tie coming year wTl be itsLITERARY Pxrtimlar attention rna to tile Iruuraaee nf r.nn For freight cr passage, apply on board or.to ,
;1. : I .tvt,. ........ .... ....... ... lb 'a 21 Farrin Stephen Liambisa U k; DEPARTMENT Property, IiclaieJ Lwellinyx y.nd iKeir furniture, fur JOhN CLARK, Agent, .. 1
nf It. ',1' 1.h'': '" lit .t': DfI f' ib'I 1 ; !;. ..... .:.-.....-:...... Ib a 18titd.c' G. Stewart W'ni which careful and judicious eefcction from the choicest 0110,three or fin year* Jickjontille Florida.Utrth .

,:' : .::r. ct w.i-:1. i'n .;r'-1r ,.... ... 'Ib u. U Gibson Daniel W SxmmerlinJAUibson literature of the day and !liberal expenditure for original Losses EqnitaUr AiljcstctJ: J She! Promptly! Paid Sid-tf 21 '

I I4 t ; L.a.............. b 20& 22I John Su"miner.7 troductions, cannot fiJi to rcc 0" nl'u"\J Snu.aul! \\.WIO\ ... ............ Ib 18 GrHn Peter SrnthB.rr&Co and attrstire. JOSEPH REMINGTON. FOR
< I' -.... ':tor' ,.. ..........'.....11. 'Ib a 1. Grace TiIlm.n! f5bt'l'perd A The ackno. ledged excellence of tie 10. l86tf.rIM3lESE .tg'nLNov CIURLESTQX .
E&it'l: t. bt'.h..rti"f'ltJfilT ,"h. '... .... ............ II 6.50. 8.00 Gilchrist E R 2 Fange C Y 2 _. NEWS DEPARTMENT) VIA SAVANNAH AND FERNANDINA.t .
A1tt"lti1I J4
IT tle'OJ3nfru.1 ,....;.. ................. lb 91. 10 GreeD JameS Sheriden PC of the"Daily Commercial u a sufficient guarantee that .. SACRIFICE! !. .
hi" ; n.cV STEAJZ.SHIIDICTATOR.
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th 1 L. Ihr h. A1ti.irs ; T.icec . ............ Ib 651. 1.00 bultJ1trt Mike the Weekly Commercial continue to be all that .
workmen n.1A >a Iii"| ellll.iy. *'* !t:;' Vin" :.. ... ............ cat a .2 handy C n Sh.cklerurd J }Iflamiltom can be desired in this respect. aid we have only to sat .GREAT SALES .01- .JEWELRY !!! "
SI.tcon
Samuel
In In* r..;.. .\\'"J. .. .... .. .. Ib a 25i IUIlou George George 1.fitf'Y ChrIU.Ihll ? that nothing will IH. qU1ff' a number more carryinirout 0 .... .. .... .......... .a Phillip tr.ltoD Siinuel iL character a." a valuable medium for the communicationof CAPTAIN L .L" COXETTER. t
.4bcr indication uf tbe renewedof pr',. ".0 4- ."., .. .:........... cord a harris n J Smith II.'TIIructoDJosepS'S the full st,late-it and most reliable intelligence, on all Whorth. to be sold at an Immense &tcri5c?, at One Dollar ; OLIVE CHARLESTON, frim- ADGER .
'.1". u Pi". .. ....... .. f'Ord. a 'T. topics of int..rt. to the puMic. neb ankle. \'TILL:if every WedneIay mon nat 6 o'clock a.
'rit our citr. %Wa.o.t rithu. ......... pcryd! a IS.tmeItcir.p. Harrison Bonj mine Tho-eon David L THE FARMER'S COLUMN :3T Silver Ware of every description. CoM rndSirtr !- ro.: and Savanna*, evtrt Wednesday 4 o'clock p.m.
._a.r.T .... ........i...... .t I a 21 Harper Wm Twiggs IsaacHennery wilFte in tie bands of a competent: editor who will Watches Splendid Locket*, Superb Tea an-1 Dinner '
Tbe Sri van SHore, Capt. Tucker arri- RlcbD..rIJ........:...... ...... II a 21FhiIiI' Tithiaa R P make it a prominent feature of die paper. Original articles Seta, Gold Pens and Pencil Cases, together with Fine OilPaiutinp .-.RETURNINGWill .

[ Vlm-L t",1141. from mvaaujj ;: .A Uel.,,.....;........ a 2& harvey Samuel TurnerJ S on agrionlture and kindred topics, and facts and Engravings Etc.,within tae reach of II-o! leav?Jacksonville! -riryFrl.lay rnorni-.jr.at o'clock
.1 t here at 10 ) rn(4fi...... ....... .. ........ a a 25FJ'r&IlUt':5 llolden l'hebie W. int'urcjitk-n of interest to the tanning community will be every ilanj; Woman and t1 d. a. m.; and Savannah every Saturday mcrning,at 9 a.m.',
& tringi'g tK rtbvrn rcail.On ___._. .-. __. I, 28Merthne3. Hopkins S WIthers W IInartCoI embraced under this head. !Ill! AT $1' EACH !!! Amvir j a Cbrlestonseme. evenfej. .
___ _____.:.... 'L a 26Sbertrni44. John Wo..d Samuel TUB MARKET REPORTS i For lrclt.t or Passage apptyj *
Mmd.j night' ''a1* at the Colored ..... .......... ... ." a 36 I. Wmiam Joseph of the "Cimmeit+d" are prepared by cumet tt and fgfAn'l not to be paid for UAtil you Snow what yon i 0' .. :.L. Sf. CPXETTER. -. .

ZT tiC the city .I.rn"...., .. ...............f' a 4.ril Irwin John A Wilto'D Peter experienced reporter, end the n/etxsndle coiiiinniiJtT: of are.to receive!. ; < ,. Officc on Adrr's WbarfltfAgents .
c..plciWI, ia tie upper part Coats pool CoUon. ........ 1.10 J. Wriltht 8elljllmiD 2 Baltimore testify *hh one accord to their mperior fullnes SCHEDULE OF SALE ; at Savannah Messrs L. J.GILLH ARTIN.& CO. .
Johns Luke Willis Jeue; 31
Borne of the -, accuracy and reliabitity; F. DIBBLE Agent JacksocrJIe. ..
'l1t.a row wk gotten up bj par Jenkins L n William \lnU1) 2 BY APPORTION .". .'
I LIVE STOCK MARKET RETORT March 23-tf %2.. ", -: "
.ipaid. with a ratlier snore serious result thau Marine telligence. Jackson John Walls Josiah ia a feature which commends it* Jordan March 'Villilll.t ramilna 230 Ladies' Gold Watches,,........ '
75
200
L Fire arms ., to 1.1 interested in Live t'k. and it cannot beg to
in tbe Jord ii \V \V W.llialn" WJef.rdL C. A. Cr\SE'fcCO.
lal.l do"n programme. t i
Watches
1.1Vimam.. Lomu rula1ed that it H suocrior to that furnLhcd by 40U Silver doqble sr.'e....4... 41 to BO 3t>* ,
. Ln- freely used auJ three men *ftrc woun!lei1 roUT, OF JACKSONVILLE FLJ. Jones DavId G WnofeD S 1.3tr. other Baltimore par. sty i 200 Diamond Rings......;....... Eutp In t' .. .:i..
200 I Silver Dinner Sets. .. ........ lor to 15i "
Cause-whistey.Z" Willis George An entirely. feature which cnnnot fail to attract -t-
"re or lew bcvervly..I.t ... ARRIVED. Knight Dahlel D Wit hams f'rr favorable attention the comin year will be the Ladies' IOC, '! Tt "Set8. ... ... ........... lOOto 13<) i.' '<:..J
Kidd C.Whltehur&1. L W under the! of :rlj Teapots and Coffee Urns..... 20 to' 5.! AT' ". ;
U. 6. Gunboat, Ta arrive April S-f'ch.. D. G. awver. Kein ew York to Department Leading to"4O : .'t :
The ouy SaV J. hue..April 1. Wilson H Reid Messrs THE p..RLOnSD KITCHEN, 100 Revolving p'et.tCast.N..... id ( -
.g. Landen Lieut Wm L WOO G M 2 $.fJQrI GoTdVeSJ an3 Neck Chain .... ... $' to' .*O <. .
[ere -n .Monday und left again on Tuesday 21-Brig Mary Means Tibbitt3. &It.on, to for the conduct of wLK-b we have enraged the services : .
CdIvia %I I Ph'o'togfapb.&lbttau......... f 5 io 50 ''.
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)1. \V Dr.". Livingston of a gifted lady,who will treat.our fa readers to interest >, :
ooroinj. 100 Oil Paintings.......... ....... 23 to MO ;
4 April 1-Emilie Beaufort Charleston,to'F. DibbIe. LLDICS' : LIST. ing articles on the fas-Lion,, and all matters of householdand ..-<'
== .- A. Jackson Miss domestic economy which engage their attcfctiofi aad 4,000 Magic pricg Lockcb........ 10 to 20 T

I SPECIAL NOTICES. April 23-Steamer Lizzie Baker, King Savannah, Andrews Xri Mary A Jackson Mn Sarr excite their interest 1,000 Gold Geiu extension holders ... 6 to 10 -;*.<..
. to J B Sammis A Co Adams Miss Elizabeth L. The following are tIle terms of subscription to the 60Q Sets Ladies' Jewelry; iUperb ..... 5 to 15300'Oval ,
A'>ril Cosmopolition, Crocker, Hilton Head, to Aberadeen Miss Emma Lenntnly Mrs M "Weekly Commercial,'" payable always in advance: Band Bracelets.......... 6 to 20 :..s "'
tr OWES MACY Bucuas, 89 WaIl st, Newfort U. 8. Quartermaster. Albert Miss EtiilineB. Legrand Mrs Thomas RATES OF tiUBSURirriOS i ),',00 Masonic Pins.................. 6to 10 .. ,

: (Formerly officers of the Park Sank.) Fourr April 30-U. 8. Gunboat Taeony, Temple Port Lucas MwsAFJ 1 Copy C Months $ go 200 Mode BoseS..o............*.. 20 to lOt .1. '
allowed RoyaL Bolddeu Ledy B M. 1 1 Year. 300 sets Silver Tea and Table Spoon ... 15 to SO JEWEI'ETIS. :' ;
r r cent on ckposUes. 1.5u jCORNER
Thebut-iness of this bouse is the same as an incorpo Apri/30-. Shep/ay,Ron Enterprist, to John Baker Susan Miller Mrs T 6"-- 8.00 1.000 Gold Thimbles....*.......... 7to 14 OF BAY AND OCEANS TREETS. ..* -
C/arke. Brown Miss Francis 2 Manney Mrs M IS u 15.002f 9uO Sn..erlce Pitchers................ SO to 10O *_ ; ''-* *
tee Bank. May 5-Sch.J. H. Seguice' French., Sew York, to Brown Miss Patsey Morrice Mary 'b U 21.00 5.Children's, Armlets..... .......... 5 to 10 .. .
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rmona keeping accounts may deposit and draw;|they J. tSammis A Co. *. Brown Miss Eliza. Mitchel Mi-s Aonie 25 23. ))0SO ?.JOO'\.kh Charms.....'............. 5 to 10 FINE AMERICAN WATCHES'. .. !. 5'.. -
CLEARED. Brooks Mrs Locretiaa Merret Mrs Martha Silver Cruet Stands!.. .... .. 20 SO '
to
>!., and win be aQowodiuerast oa their.y Ulancet l u 2900 1,000 .AT a- .. .. ,
April 25-Frank A Emily COU,. Boston-Z. S. Mape.n Maria 40 a 38.110 Etc: Etcn Etss ,..E.tcw .Etc. -" } '
four per cent.toDectiitti Doane.AprttGlf.potenu. Clark Susan MeKae Miss Flora : FACTORY. PRICES. : :
X. Chinee division
From an examination of this table it will be thatthe RThe in the of the above fet of .,. .
seen
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made on 'any part IheTMied'jut or Kiebola, New York- D. Marabfll Miss G .
fcpptn- dL
be of
Richard vaklr Commrrvtnl: ** L. crailaMo to clabe .t slower goodi are to pofled according to the anneiedkUtement COLt '. ,',
A Co.ADH27. Dixon Lueindia Merry Lucy nr ,
brJen for the purchase or atle of Government or other ger rate than other published in Balti' of aITaIlgeUJcn& tf 'r'
-Stm. Emilie, Beaufort Charleston Douglass Malildia N.F. any newspaper PATENT STtDS and SLEETE -.
Certificates of the various Lies 1 tArn BCTTOX3 f.:
wcki, Bonds and Gold, promptly! executed for lobe Dibble. KortQn Miss E more. Tbu.?, to a club of thirteen it U Sect fur a litt!. art kilt!uo U&k .
ual 1 Commission. octJT-5m AI.rilFt.eaulu| Lizxie Baker. Kiog 8..1..1.- Franklin Selina P. over A dollar and fifteen! ccnu a year to each member; toa are put into envelope, securely; scaled and when ordered a new improvement-. ? .J ._ .
S&mmll.0 Frisbee Miss Anna PetertoiJ Mrs E dub of twenty for one dollar and five cents to ench taken out with no regard to choice.showing no favoritism SOLID SILVER SPOONS, -- .- ::;:. .
Strange but True. April :II-D. E Wolf; Dole New York to Smith. Frisbee Mr Mary A River Miss RMe 2 member to a club of thirty, for nin -tv-fix ctnt* and a and forwarded by mail.when the holder of the Certificate warranted coin silver." "' "' *" 7t'
Gxruian A Co. Fernandez Mis E Rogers Mrs R and club of for car see what he or she ran have by returning to
fraction to a forty pcraund cue year at "
vrt youcj lady aad gentleman in. the United Statesa Mav I-Stm. Cosmopolitan, Crocker, Charleston Foxworth JiMeitbi.no S. the greatly rcuuced figure ttf ninety cent for each mem u* the Certificate and ONE DOLLAR. FINE GOLD. ENAilELLED GENEVA WATCHED : .
beat much to their adtantage ream .
MioeUung very by 4;. Fmitli Mias Feby ".
U 8. Q. tier ONE CERTIFICATE 25- CENTS -Lever movements for $6S.
mail(fttt ot charge) by addresain*tbe undersigned. .ra11-U. S. GunboatTaeony. Temple-Port Royal Grace Mrs Slury RU. Smith Mary A D WM WALES COEditors kAddress. -
f none baring fear of being humbugged win oblige by not T. : and No. 2 > South Street.. A single Certificate may secure yOu a Gold or Silver Also r snts foriONWS .- .. ; .
"ctag this eard. All others will please .ddreu their May I-Sch. J. H. CouDce,G 8 Wilscn, Boston Z. Hall Cfttr Taylor Miss L Proprietors, < Baltimore MJ article valued at $HX, or any other valuable article.- FINE STEEL PENS. : '

"ealaernat, S Dnane. lIuU51.oo.E C Thorn Mrs Julia CLUBS! CLUBS! There art no M.,!. which are feed in all the pUbic schools of New York,for

THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, May :-Stm. St Yo"',, Ward, SL Augustine Haggnns Miss Looras Turner Mrs L It is only to examine the rates at which the Packages of Certificates sold to ScbooLt Clubs, Agents Sale by the gross or dozen. ,. '. .' ;
Ju. 11-ly SSI Broadway New Yoft S. Quartermaster. Harrison Mrs L M W necessary is ic, at the following rates: ,d:
Commercial
Haltittorc
offered to :
MEMORA5DA.56tning Harrison Mr Louisa William Miss Bella Weekly recognize 1 Certificate, sent to my address by tJ3 L.ta! 2\ Fine watcbe*and jewelry .
Walker Matildia the adfantzge t>f"organizing neighborhood ClnU, by --e. "
T. oncnmptlreiu Hammond Isabella 5 Certificates......;.'-.i OO
beard of the Sch. Gea. Grant by recent J. Wallis. Miss Amanda which the cost of the paper to each individual is greatly 11 REPAIRED & WARRANTED'by Mr. CASE 11'
The tdvertiiier,luxing been recbired to.Jicatih In a feweeki' a ri*./.-,"*bas been out now 22days and we think !' little the of 2 00
reduced A effort
o-iilTvred Johnson Miss Linder White Mr F A on part an energetic per- 30 (with a splendid premium) 5 O, who has 15 years experience; as a workman in New York,f;
by a very t-iniple remedy, after baring fur hi: voyage must be a Hazurdoui one. Jenkins Miss Catherine William Mrs E son will insure to the inhabitants of each village and 65 '* Jo WasLiagtoa and New Orleans
trend yean with a.\lung a1f affection and that dread3eu I Wilton1 Mrs Louisa A. 00 .
Mrs DID first-cLtss
Johnson neighborhood a newspaper, at a very moderate 100 'S Is C. A. CASE ;
r ConxutrpUon anxunu to .ke known to huTrrm oo '
; CITEESS Miss MSlra -
Johnson Miss Wright t
TO THE OF FLORIDA: Molly e J.P.HOLLAND. "
II.,.-. the mean of cure. coat. We guarantee satisfaction .in.Jl e sei(. Canomera /
To all wlw derire It,be will send a copy ol tIll prescripbn The termination ota sanguinary contest which for tbe Jordon Mrs Sarah Make up and send in year Clubs for the first number whose tasted of'fancies are notnitednnbave their good March S2-tf 21 .. \ "

U!ed (free of charge)) with the directions for prtp- past four years1 has presented an impassible barrier to all r. a. COLOKXO Taoors. in Jaixary; 186S. u& I For sale ," -. .-.
A. Johnson SW TO FARMERS. Parties desiring act will be allowed 10 .
n g aad! u-ung; the same, which they will find a scax ccaxrOossnimoii as agents ,
the
between :
social and intercourse two .
politics great Jackson Andrew The attention Farmers Is invited to the merits of A VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT in town -
ASTHVA, Baosomris, (', COLTS AlUtone Robert cents op each certificate ordered by them, not less than .
rl all Throat and Lung .AJf'l'l't ,' The vnly otg t'rt offce section of our country. baring at length happily cleared Alberta M L. the "Weekly CdnmercuV* and especially t the market five b ing received under those terms. Agents wilt collect a;' now footing for 2,100 per annum. "" .
adverti-erin en Iuig the Prescription U tabeoefittheiSioted away all obstacles to a renewal of those relations which B. Lunn Sergt Bryant 4BrowuJoseph reports, which are made up with the greatest care. 23 cents for eacb Certificate, and forwsrd 15 cents Price low, and. terms ear.- Appry to ,

and spread inform tion wVich\ 1st conceive te be formerly bound us together in a fraternal union. I take Prince M The.;Live Stock. Market Report is in itself worth the I ton*.. .? A/U.: McCOR3HCK:: VJackwnvffleFlaJarcbl5thI86 '
k Bruwn Adam McQueen price of the paper Letters ihcmld be aJlresscd to'DEL.1COt'R &-tf 20r;
valuable,and he hopes uff wEl his I )
every >rer try rttuet afforded this Martin John L
the earCeyt opportunity me by auspiciousevent 'Barnes C H Tbe mere'Column will be made a prominent feature I BROS
M it win cost them nothing at.d may prove a tlessinp.r C. Maddox Samuel S'r.-\T.E o*" (1LOILID .
jtirt witUnc the prescription, rnrt, by return mail, to greet my southern friends and to solicit from ConuellDlI2 P. the coming year under the editorial care of a competent : Xo C4 & 66 Johns Street, New York. Cntcrrr COCKT E. Ciacnr JI .
ill 1 plebe addreM them a renewal of that extensive business connection D. Perry IIezr7DaviaGeorge2 editor. Agent wante l i tp every Town County and State. Is srxzs
Dtw.Couti.Jostiiasu r
club ird send names'Cot the
lake
along
Rtr. EDWARD A. WILSON. which for a quarter of a century has been uninterrupted R. ap .your April 12-6ii 24Gainesville 3Lncau.ocs
J n. :' ly Wilfiaawajurg. Kings Co. Nw York Dickison Thomas Rivers Sergt Jut new year. tIn I Chancery
-__._- : sate by the great public calamity to which I have adter- Sergt U. Richardson Milton When a Club of Subscribers has been forwarded, additions .Academy 5 fBittforDirvorc. JON '
ted. Green lUbbins Andrew may be nude to it on the same terms. lila cot exercises of .this Institution resumed Snmu .ots.
Jeffrey were on
( I. L. E'ilIN (): It U scarcely necessary on the threshold of a business Green Jame/ 8. necessary that thePOSTMASTERS THE 1st Monday in September 186 We shall }ting the Bill in tbe above-- entitled cause, and *

reunion, I should repeat the warning so often given to Green Robert Snyrml Robert bare a competent corps of teachers. ,} having Len produced that the said Stephea -
Golden Le.is Smith Sergt John are requested toact-as agents for the Weekly CommerciaX the P. MTarcelloise.the d dafendtnt resides out of the'
Tuition in according to
Literary Department grade
,Laz.ra :xouseho1d ray friends: to bewa'v of all those cpurions and deleterious H. Sevmore. Joseph and'send along the names of new subscribers -f 15,$25.and |35 per session of twenty weekspay.ableocehalflnadvanctthebalanceatthe Sute of Florida,to-witj. in the State cf Texas,where the .
compound which, under the specious and false titles of HowirdJ&y! T. promptly, so that they may commence with the fir.t end of the ordinary process cf this Court. unnoi be Served upon!

Imported Winra Brandies, Holland Gin, Liquors eTc. Heath Lieut H: Ii TolbertGrantW. number of-the new. volume for 1868. session. Mode, $25. hini. 'J' .' ,: -. .
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Hestell Lieut A Oa motion of Jobn W. Fnce Sclliitor for C plain-" .
,
Lave bcn equally de tractive U the health of our citizens Walters Sergt S E Thankful for the liberal patronage that we,have received facts
lIndgrooeTob1 It is ordered that the
similar ant. a hearing or. charged -
M prejudicial to the Interests of the legitimate importer.ilny H nr t John Wilson Jack FURNITURE.Parloi during the past we solicit a information continuance refer favors in said Mile had on the first Monday ia H.y, J8W< -
James in the future. For further to
ytan of ray part lifj have been expendrd in an Harrison wood Ch.rlelVillilr.a.J.melVillOl1 NWilliams* J. B. ROPER..11.- And it L farther ordered that a certified copy of this order -
Hay
A2CDfA opn uvu.'d5d! ,attempt to expose these wholesale frauds. J. Joseph 0..1. 1 MS-1ULPROTECTIVE PviswJp.s! be published once a week consecutively for three.

Ko iir czor txpctme l>as bees cpured to acrompluh this Jenkins John Y. INSURANCE. mouths in some newspaper published. B. A.in PUTNAM JarksontiDew '

.1 'NTER SUPP.IlE5 **!ntarr pnrpo e. and to place before my friends and the Jones Jenkins SergtJ Adam York George Suits- Tat ORIOCUL : J' oQ;cin 'Circuit t.

jJb t-cer' ", .the lowest possible market price, and STATE OF FLORIDA ) -.
P .
calling for the above letters will please say 1
Any Insurance
person Travelers Company,
orDrTAt .
Cocjrrr I '
in such 'jiiura; suit their convenience a truly ._ .
.it : s Blight ,
** ** -"tr. '
KSONTILLE FLOiilDA.Apr3 artk-Ie. advertised," and come prepared with the : .- of HARTFORD: .C(} S.. I hereby certify"that the foregojis a fjue-eoyy r the, ., "

genuine impry1 cent. E. H. REED, P. SL : original order now on file! ia iy office ,-' .
25 Twenty &'., ,u'd bnoneta transactions with the Iarg. Chair &C. [nsures Against Accident of every dcscri tiQO. In testimony'whereof I tare hereunto signe4t'tad .

eat a.od mti rt.lile exporting houses in France and Net cash assets December lit .585,838,12.. ([ B.} my name aud affixed my seal, the 22nd day ofJasnary ;.

HeadquartersFOR Great l with Wines and ". term from one month to fire yean, for : ., M. HEAR5; Clerk. :. '
cpprinjr) any rum from f5OO to $t0,000. -or$i to *3O weekly Fc. 1-3m . ._ c .
tnnres of the bet and suet improved brands In Europe, ANDBlinds oompensation at from $3 to (SO annual premium. Insure J.
NOTICE. .
in[ addition to my own Iiixtilery ia Holland for the tnanuture a L RO I "SOS. in the Pioneer Company. The Travelers Innuracc : ._; .. .
I MONTHS from clat ;ill O the Jud
we apply
;e.
of Hartford the oldest accident Insurance
f of the tSchiedam rVbnappa. Company w SIX
rJObt f. 1Iw.Dllee Concty for Letters DIiImL4
looking Stoves The latter so long tested and approved by the Medical April 19-tf 23 company in America; it is carefully and prudently managed I sorT froa the ddnunistratioa cf the Estate of DankI;, '
IOJM
business and its
does
$
; large ,, payt prom I i.. '
,
Keith.
South -
and v. '
Faculties of the United Statues. West Indies IVILLIAXVASCMCTCUK nO1TGOJlEnr, I; Cp.to Dec 1st, 18*>5, it bad t..W;KEITH;Adm'x.

America as an invaluable Therapeutic wholesome I AT a DiALxa is PAID OVER 9ETEX HUNDRED LOSSES 4 i- ->t. .. R. LEWIS, Adm'r. '.. *, ,.
'
.Tc. pleasant and perfectly safe beverage in all climates and C. L. ROBINSON. PORTABLE AND STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES, and issued tetween thirty and forty thousand policies. bet. -& 8ORDIN.tXCE.

L. nOBIJ80lf, during an Masons quickly excited the cupidity of the April 19.-If 24 .STEAM SAW MILLS &., Over 90.0OO has been paid, in losses in sites of$5.) ,.;,. ,
home manufacturer and Tenders of spuriouf article under 10 OIn Beat and cheapest Insurance Extant. NUT
a
pril IV-tf. 25 AD34IXI.STJUTRIXOTICE. 157 BROADWAY, Niw YORK. t 11et Examination required. Policies wriueir withoai !?ecl 1. Be it ordSined by the Major and .A1dermeri: r'.'

I PLANTATIONS.haT I the trust name that name.I have, after much toil and expense surrounded FOUR WEEKS after date application will be made March 29-tf ,t delay, by the Company'sAgents: A Oberal dfacOunt on? f sa's fije.cfty of of/icksQnvine his ordinanl-e.'it;shall Tat be from the and duty VMT of the tihepa WharfCornniittee ::- .
of Probate of Duval for leave three and five year pelU"1e5..1A1US
an my importation with safeguards and direction Judge County A South-Side Historical War cTe- Presloent.RoDx'r : CoTsve tit the owners or lessee cf wharves:
BATTERS05
hue for ale some or the bet Plantation in which, with ordinary ''. will insure' o lien the real estate of PATRICK BRENKAN late of .. Third Edition jut ready. G.Diwis Secretaryi, dn not charge;demand or recehe higher rates ap*wharf-1 :.
- wrida. Cheap for Cash of Credit. thrfr delivery as I receive them from Europe to.all m1 said County, deceased. WILLIAM ROOT..A$ .!t.. age or dutk ge than'thaw allowed by the act of S43v .
- S customer SARAH HUTCniNS, .Adm's. BURRY OF EAGLE'S NEST. 2243. 246- -
TUCRUER 50tLE C0. FLORIDA1 i found in.ThompsonV Digest, pages .
Uef Btli1.4ing. I would however recommend in aH cases where it is 1'.11 U-4. IT JACKS iYItL&, Ttai violai -*
- IIrCu d floor. Being the Memoirs of a Staff Officer of Virginia.Edittafrtm .- | See. 2. Be U further ordained any person
April1t U. possible that orders be sent to my depot,22 Beaver street i tire the said act in the first.section mentioned; on eon-:. ''-
Silver :'Jeda1. lni A w York or that purchases be made of my accrediagt'IIta. S. M. COLDING-, the J/M. of CM. Suny, ly John. Eten April1'9tltHE AMEBlCAHiAHD victioB before lot Mayor, shall be fined for the first offence ?. ..i-
r/o/t.
>:
2 iploiAwtrded Cooks fitkfimrfM page illlrmtunu the second offence -
To WHOLXSAU.AXD :REIAIL DCALXK IX five dollars, and far twenty -
191JAS E. DE 'AUX In addition to a stock of Wines Brandies etc, 490 paye*. Prier$2.15. AGEl CY. dollar!", and foreach subs quenl offence,et the discretion:\ --

FOR BEST SPRIXQ Ia wood I have considerable supply of old tried foreign HATS CAPS, MILZNERY FOLLOWING StonewaUsckson(rom beginning of the Mayor '- // .JbtbriaC -
Corner t.f MATTRESS. Wines embracing vintages of many years, bottled up before campaign to hi* death; ia constant JOHN A. ANDREVVVofMass President; # 'cf Rate cf Dockaje, WharCise andj' -

Ocean and For tthc' Street.. the commencement of the war, which I can especially STRAW GOODS, la, *&, intercourse wish Lee Jackson: Stuart, Ashbj, Pelbany CENTRAL OFFICE 57 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, Storage ia'tbe City of J-ictsontaie ;- ', r *3USee.

LL n. DsotFIU'l CUre repaIred, dearied and recommend to aH connoimears of these rare loxaries. No. 153 CONGRESS STREET and ot.brl' kLrW w. hvda vivid. picture of inside btry- selL loose renter exchange City or tf From and after the pzsefgeo( tbs actie.ic'.Jei.J "... .'
,'.1.1i.bec airbLhed eondnsion rail the attention life the South.- Ia a word- whoever desires *r WILL of in Jac-ksonviH .
'iannee. 8oZas In I would specially early army at owner.occupiers wUrves ,
,Vtis1rs Loans traiwaet
negotiate JOT
Leunge. ntry property,
GEORGIA.
tc. : SAVANNXAK of "
&D1I of Southern the be derivedby with a'trothfal delineation and-receive the
reeu red aDd rmo..aIed my castonters to advantage to story Mimnjincident. other bu neas connected with the interest of the South shall S5e allowed bartdem.n4 ser-j;
ew. Gener a an kiDde of done i ai.JOOd transmitting;their1 orders without the loss of time or Aprif 12-m 24CLOTiiNG nlted events finednwtog'of characflfr,and a faithful expositioB and West on comrol-n-ion. era! rate hereinafter mentioned, for the. wharfage,or. ._
DeI'. .' the beIc calUnjr periotiahy at the depot U ofder to 1 Insure the (. e/the wws an*motives dSuotbern men in the Those oftrriig mail wOT picas fall dockage ef teasels.lying at the wharves for the landingof -

-April 12-tf U. filment of their favort from Qie present larg'tf and well & HATS conflict jnt'dosed all fold'tti tbe purert En r. and DaD particulars, with terms property: those br who apply forLoan give will produce and other good,and for the shipping of the

fOR-lItE selected assortment. --iJx-Aj unusually ddightfal style, this volume will be a wel- mention ,ie security.and their references.. A'ottary* same-and for tbe storage thereof and no more, thai I' '

nET OF IBB tfDOLPHO W&LFEVDee. New York.: S JUST RECEIVED; ,ATC co:4etw1 the United1 5tatespoa.free, on txceft i iV tM 0UI. Inquiries'promptly answered tonY: ; ."SMreht24t +
5o.00l' ONE IXCU .1JmS. jl I 22 Beaver street prVof by ** 21 .. .- '

C..SLAGER.Appty L-,ROBINSON..Aprfl recept .f price.'r j; .. GTOS & mUKHTrrl- SOULEASD l CO.. Agents J IX MITCH Jt:1L.-: M. D, ;
Errors of ToBtsi .
UircIffAISON I A gentleman'-who suffered for yean fromKervott* DebiHty lg-tf 25_[ -_ ,_4 28 Broyne Street. New Totk. ( :KxiX ISTARlav Uo1u) PHYSICIAN AND ,StJRGEON -
uI UarJ t. S. C .
Premature and all the effects' of yothFu1Indisieretloc. JUDe.dDt; ?
Decay
l TEn. ,JfOTICR
OTKt LABOKBB'SONE \\AN" 10-
wiQ for the rake of su ennr htfma&ityj send J jni.m. ( returned to Jacksonville for the pnrp s 7
KADISO? COURT UUU&E free to aH who used it,the redptf.and directlona for ma : HttDRi t..bonn. wanted inme&tely to SIX week aftft'tWit we wfflapply to tte Judge of NoUce. -. HAVING .the practice ibIS proI'IBioa.'off..n w.!

CE FLoRlDJ, king the simple remedy by which he via cored. Suffer- od the Hoftdss Railroad ':. t for St Johns county for letters of Administration WEEKS after date I wQ apply to the Judge of 8ervfce to h friends and she puLtr -... .- *;;a.* I
ODE P'oprio3, en wMiing to proI&bJtM.advertiser's experience.aD4o.1Ob7..w..u .Apply 10 J. EV.Hutsto tba Boad or OJ on the estate of John' Black, late of Sc Johns I SIX of SL John county for letters of..Adminbtration O2ce at his fonner residence corner.of;Forjta.. anir .

AM12w; peD l r .'V"ii n. iriag. .. "1 .'. ..1 r, : .LftMEADE* COQDcrdeceuecL' '.->.1OBN F. CiS ROBERT BOBDTS.J on the estate'o Thomas Kelson deceased. Julia'striet&y. .,.< % *
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sr", such that may perion&tae
interest
-V I the or any company
V' and shall, on or before had, and the amount of ; wool, buterehe J fag dividend ia or due or pay. under-this act h>. deputy or agent, %0 J -
and scrip money
of declared
lat be )levied, collected and paid a duty one a hal| managers Ipnt 1 Bng any
.' ,! ,C."tJ1 t,1 r>f one per centum upon the gross receipts of premiums JNJrieor day of each every month as aforesaid pork, beet mutton,or hay of the gain. of able to its stockholders as part of the earnings, profitsvJncome to examine the ctm*. And if any sneh tw. V.

!] ,or. for insurance Jos or damage pay the collector or deputy collector of the prn'per other vegetable or other productions thereof Unsold or eafns of such company,and all profits tog in his possession, charge, or custody "
t L1VTS OF THE raiTED by fire or.eumeDL by perils of the sea,made by every district the amount of the duty or tax.aforesid I such person sold not Including any part thethirtyfirst of such company carried to the account of anf fund, such records,files, or papers,-shall rtfoi &
S.T hand during the next preceding to exhitit the same on reonest, a* afortuj/rij Cott
insurance whether inland or Marine or reinsurance And in default of making such lists or returs te or on year and M or used for construction;shall be subject to and par ,
1.t t tA Ftrtt Setnon of tie Thlrty-EiantConareu: company company, and >by every association or individual said proprietors managers, and agents, and all ote i of Dcembr. ah&1 be include'for' each' duty of five per centum on the amount of all such Interest forfeit and pay the sum of five hundred do Tvided. < 1
secsed person That in all legal controvenieswb"1 *
such sales i part dividends orprofits,whenever the .
of insurance making a ,
engaged in the bUlel against persons Ibal.b subject t of all ,or coupons,
of the and of the. year and the gains and profit companies; and said companies are here or tiUe! shall be the subject of judicial latj1
a'oEJa. or damage b or by the perils sea; pay a penalty one thouand other than same snail be payable;
PKC. 59. itfr&tr That all brokers lel by every person,,fr, company, or corporation, who additions penalties, and forfeitures in other cases whether incorporated or partnership shall; be included by authorized to deduct and withhold from all pay. the recital in said deed shall U prima taj,

m4 AJ tJalcl shall be tub shall issue tickets or contracts of insurance againstInjurytop'reOns provided; and the said proprietors, managers and companies specified in this section, income of mention account of any interest, coupons and of its truth,and that the requirement of tt.iiHi

S Jet to pay the following Laalne.duties a brkn.. of duty upon whiletraveling by land or water; agent shall, in default of paying the said duty or in estimating the annua gains, profits whether or or dividends due and payable ac aforesaid the duty of i been complied with. by the officers oftjl,"

V .: the sales or merchandise produce. gold and lib'e I and a like duty shall b paid by the agent of any foreign tx atle time herein required,ha lubjett and paya any person the same deductions, divide five per centum ; and the payment the amount of 1 ment

bullion, foreign exchange, uncnrrent money promis- insurance company having an office or doing of one tausnd' dollars, imprisoned othc1wise. In estimating buildings frm said duty so deducted from the interest, or coupons, SCCCtSSlOS TO kXAL rSTATf.

stocks bond*, or oilier securities as here business within the United .States; and that in the not exce4'ding one year. all cases or 'delinquencyin a aoresaid. when any person ren' 'on Jad Jands, dividends, and certified by the president ortreas- Sac. 123. And be it further enacted, Thi t i V __

er1nots and shall be subject to the account or return to be'renderedtheyshall att the making said list return or payment the assessments .:' or or hire from which carry such urer of said company shall discharge said company purposes of this act the term "real statA*! V
,1 business inemAis
provisions, where not inapplicable thereto, the amount fn.ure. renewed, or 'Cntnue gross and collections shall to r manner to conduct any other interest actual I from that amount of the dividend, or coupon, on the elude all lands, tenements, and heredna&J! 'i
collection nfthe duties.and-liens Amount received collec prescribed In the provisions of this ae in ''relation to actually derived or pays the amount actually upon any paid for I. bonds or other evidenceS of their indebtedness BO held poral and Incorporeal; that tne term "
rtr.a".ment ; the duties law thereon for the manufactures, articles, and That incumbrance thereon, whatever where said shall denote the devolution of title to
nalUe prescribed for the persons firms td by accruing product P interest 'shall be deducted} -and by any person or party except any HI"and
V or&corporations owning or possessing or then next preceding.P4asrORTf.. the managers of any sanitary or any- cbarta. su brent, labor, or out for usual or ordinary repair, companies may have contracted otherwise. And a that the term 'person' shall be h 14TV*
.mpanie. the amount paid
management of railroads steamboat*, ble benevolent or religious association, may also for such list or return shall be made and rendered to the assessor persons, body corporate,company, r- -
out
urposeafor
V huinl that is to Upon all tales of mer. V t the collector of the district and 'present to him not exceeding the_average paid! in duplicate, and one of said lists or returns Sec,127. And it.further enacted. That,,
ferry bat eay SEe 10g. And!be it further enacted That for every that the of lottery the preceding five ears snail be deauciea DUI nodeduction the future disposion of real estate
nr other poods, one eighth of on* proof proceeds any contemplated bo amount paid out for shill be transmitted and the-duty paid to commissioner or by
cadileprue. sales of passport from the office of the Secretary ofBtt raffle will be applied shall made Any after laws of descent by reason whereof
all sales and contracts for or gift enterprise the'relefelf or better of internal revenue within thirty days cay'
,
V urn there .hal. be paid the sum of five dollars; sick and ,or to some new buildings, permanent Improvements dividends become beneficially entitled, in "*
nloeks and one twentieth one per centum on made to the value of property or the time when said interest,coupons possession ___
the par value thereof; and ot gold and eilvcr bullion may be paid to any collector apJin1 table use. and thereupon the commissioner shall grant ments, Provided increase, in cases where any the salary or become duo payable, and as often as every six fancy, to any real estate,or the income toetw

: Bind coin, foreign exchange, proirUsory note.nrot.hersecurities. ed under this at and his receipts therefor a permit to hold such lottery raffle, or gift enterprise, estate: Tha to in the employment months ; and said list or return shall contain a true the death of any person dying after the Jj*

one twentieth ct nue' per centum on the forwarded application for such passport t .and the said sanitary fair, or charitable or benevolent other compensation services of paid the United any person States, shall not exceed and faithful account of the amount of the duty and this act, shall be deemed to confer, on th i [retl

of inch sales and of all contracts for such the office of the Secretary of State or any agent appointed association, exempt from all charge, whether of of six hundred dollars annum, or there shall be annexed thereto a declaration of the titled by reason of any inch eispositiooai

.mout any person, frm. or company by him,t b t the commissionerofinternal from tax or license, in respect of s.ch lottery, raffle, the rate uncertain per in the president or treasurer of the company, under oath or and the term successor shall denote the p
fees or
not Pr That a broker, or or whole- revnue there t b charged to the account -. or gientrprile: PrwiflrtA That nothing in shall be by the,time or during which irregular the same shall affirmation, in form and manner as may be prescribed titled j and the term predecessor shall d. *
of collectors shall amount or in
.Ie retail dealer;who aba-Il sell.or offer to sell, any.mercbandilf account thi. cnttued to legalizeany accrued V been earned, such salary or other by the commissioner of internal revenue, that the grantor, testa tor.ancestor,cr other person foT* ,
or for all received for in the have or
or gold and silver buUol for moneys passports lottery. VSsc. V shall be included in estimating the annual same contains a true and faithful account of said duty. the interest of the successor has been or rtinl
Jlduee money ry notfs..tb manner hereinbefore provided and a like amount 112.'And e itfurlher enacted. That each lottery compensation income of the to whom And for any default in making or rendering such rived. *ij 1

<. bonds, or other securities, not bona fide at the shall bo paid for every passport issued bv any ticket or certificate supplementary thereto,shall gains, prafL or been paid, in such person manner list or return, with the declaration annexed, or of Sec. 128. Andbe it further enacted, Th&t,U i
shall ter consul of the United States, who 11al account be at the time of sale with the name the same have a such default real estate shall at after the ?
: own property, and actually on hand, I' Jrgiblystmped the commissioner of internal revenue, under the direction the puty as aforesaid the company making or passing of tab11
L be liable, in addition fo all nte'penalties provided therefor t the treasury. of vndor the date of such sale, nnder i penalty of the Secretary of the Treasury, ma pre- : shall forfeit as a penalty the sum ot one thousand subject to any charge estate,or interest, &

in such cases. 4 o pay fifty ( in addition/to TELEGEim C031PAXIES! of fifty dollars, to be paid by the vendor each scribe. dollars; and in cane of any default in making or ble by the death of any person, or at any tcertamable

the for oing dc.'ieg and rates of duty. See. 1 OT. And be itJlrt (enate That any person lottery ticket or certificate supplementary,thereto SEC. 118. And further enacted That it sbal be i rending said list or return, or of the. payment of the only by reference to death. th

Sic. 100. :td 1itJlrtt"att That there shall fn company or owning or possessing bdng first stamped as the duty cf all b of lawful age, and guardians duty, or any part thereof as aforesaid,the assessment of benefit accruing to any person upon the nor
be levied every yacht billard having the care corprallln any,telegraphicline BEe 113. And be further enacted, That in addi. and trustees persons whether such trustees are so by and; Collection of the duty and penalty shall be made determination of such charge, estate, or

table, gold watch, or riantort or oLhtr inatrumonts by which telegraphic or messages are al other penalties and forfeiturs now imps- virtue of their office executors, or according to the provisions of law ia other case of shall be deemed to be a succession accnini

and on all gold plate the several received or transmitted, hal I be subject to, and pay n ed by for the evasion of license fees or in other fiduciary capacity. to administratr a or neglect or refusal. person then entitled, beneficially,to the rwl

J dutelor sums of money set down in figures "paitut\ dufy of fire per centum gross amaunt ol i all upon the lottery business,any person who shall hereafter under oath or affirmation, in such form and manner Sec. 123. And be farther enacted That there shall the income thereof. [ ct

tme relpelnh otherwise specified and 'e receipts of such person, firm, company, a- sell or dispose of anlottrylicket or certificate be prescribed by the commissioner of internal be levied, collected, and paid On all salaries of officers Sec. 129 And be it further enacted, That,
forth in ) to paid by V corp supplementary thereto, or any the nature a may for in the civil ,after the of this *
1 tion. revenue, to the atshtant. assessor of the district in or payments seTices to persons persons passing act shall j& Vt
or persons keeping the having first duly obtained a license naval or other employment or service of succession jointly, they shall the *
person owing posleBBinJ TUEunu, OPEEAS, CIBCCSES AXI S. incur of which he resides, of the his or her income, military pay duty(
same on the first Monday each year, and xtSIU> A hereinbefore mentioned shall I penalty the income of such'minors or as may be the United States,including senators and representatives ble thereon by this act. in proportion to tin' c:

the came shall be and remain a lien thereon until Sec. lQS..Andbc it fu"tlt .aced, Tha any person five hundred dollars for each and every such offence; or held in trust aforesaid, according persons the requirements and delegates in congress, when exceeding the live interests in the succession; and toy
firm, or the thereof, and who shall ,obtain, or receive as t
_ paid corporationcr nager orogent. any person purchase hereinbefore mentioned, stating the sources rate of six hundred dollars per annum, a duty of five interest in such succession,accruing to an
SCHEDULE A. owning conducting or hi g. **") care or management any lottery ticket, or any policy of numbers, tokens. from which said income is derived, whether fr>m any per centum on the excess above the said six hundred by survivorship, shall be deemed to Ision a nes Ge
V of theatre, _s, museum other certificate, ,or device, or intendedto
Carriages, gig! chaise, phaeton, wagon buggy exhibition any of dram opcr wager ticket representing thereof, kind of property, or the purchase and sale of proper. dollars; and it shall be the duty of all paymasters, derived from the predecessor from
public or operatic representations represent a lottery part
wagon roekaway, cf other like carriage 'slcal entertainments from not license to deal in lot ty, rents, interest, dividends, salaries or from any and all disbursing officers, under the government of joint title shall have been derived.
carrya1 performanct a
plays
} any person having
omnibus other tre United States, or in the employ thetcof, when Sec. 130. And be it further enacted, ThatwhuJl
vocation
trade or
or
S eaCb. hackney C1th. feats of 4e other tickets law from profession employment
horsemanship a sports, or tery provided by may recover
8 to officers and afore of real estate shall be accompczue4t5f
making
or four-wheeled carriage, body of shows which are opened if public for but such person if whom the same was purchased obtained wise. And in case of neglect or refusal to make such any payments persons as disposition
V pay. said,or settling and the accounts of reservation or assurance of or,contract sajVI
reals springs of any description the assistant assessor shall assess upon adjusting for
return assessor or
.bich upon not including occasional con ..school exhibitions.lectures or received, at any time within three years
which may be kept fwr use. for Iir.or for paseenrerc. or exhibitions of we f art, shall be sub thereafter, before any court of competent jurisdiction, the amount his or her income, and the duty thereon such officers and persons, deduct and withhold the fit to the grantor, or any other person foranj(
and which 'shall not exclusively in the same manner as ia provided for in 'other aforesaid duty of five per centum 'and shall at the life, or an/period ascertainable only by rcfo
ject to and pay duty of two ntum on the a sum equal twice the amount paid for the same, ,
gross t same time,make a certificate stating the name of the to death, such disposiontion shall be deemed
in liusbandryorfor the transportationof amount of all receipts derivea uch person; firm, with just legal costs. cases of neglect and refusal to furnish lists or returnsin t
merchandise, rained at fifty dollars and or corporation from a i representations, the provisions of this act,where not otherwise Incompatible officer or person from whom such deduction was made fer at the time appointed for the determine

riot exceeding one hundred dollars including company plays, performances, exhibition, shows, or musical DnnTISEE iS. t ; and the assistant assessor may increase and the amount thereof, which shall be transmitted such benefit an increase of beneficial interest,
harness used herewith each one dollar ... $1 00 entertainments.Sue. SEC. 1 U. And be further enacted, That there shall the amount of the list or return, or of any party to the office of the commissioner of internal revenue real estate, as a succession equal in annual T'

Carriages of like description valued at above 109. And be it /urtJtrectcdThat any per. be levied, colect and paid by any person or per. making such return, if he shall bo satisfied that the and entered as part of the internal duties ; and the the yearly amount or or yearly value of theo

one hundred dollars and not above two hun son, firm, or corporation owning or sons, firm company, publishing any newspaper, same is understated : Provided, That any party, in pay roll, receipts, or account of officers or persons pay. reserved, assured, or contracted for, on this F

dred dollars each, too dolar..4;.. 2 00 or having company the care or of possessing rail magazine, review,or other literary,scientific or news his or her own behalf, or as guardian or trustee, as ing such duty, as aforesaid, shall >>e made to exhibit in whose favor such disposition shall be midtSue.

Carriages of like road, canal, ship l ,management barge, canal any or publication, issued periodically,on the gross receipts aforesaid, shall be permitted t declare,under oath or"affirmation the fact of such payment. Audit shall be the duty 131. And be it further enacted, Th Ji

two hundred dollars and not above three bun. V other vessel, stambolt, toll roud or,bride, boat or all matters for the insertion the of which shall b of the several auditors of the Treasury Department, any disposition of real estate shall purport tl fau V

dred dollars each three dollars............... 3 00 merated and described in section one hundred and of which in said newspaper or other publication a prescribed by the commissioner of internal when auditing the accounts of any pavmastcjr or disbursing feet presently, or under such circumstaces u hi -

Carriages of like description, valued at above two(three) of this ; or carrying on or doing an aforesaid, or in extras, supplements, sheets or fly she was not possessed$>f an income of six officer, or when settling or adjusting the ac confer succession,but,by the effect or in COB -

lee hundred dollars and nohbv five hun express business; ac engaged in the business of insurance leaves accompanying the same, pay id required or received hundred dollars! liable to b* assessed according to counts of any such officer, to require evidence that of any engagement secret trust or arrangenx V

dollars each, c'x ........ ........ C 00 as hereinbefore described; or owning or having a duty of three per centum; and the person or the provisions of this act, or may declare that he or the duties or taxes mentioned in this section have pablo ot being enforced in a court of law or i

Carriages of like description, 'valued at above the care and management of telegraph line, persons, firm or company owning, possessing, or she )has been assessed elsewhere in the same year for. been deducted or paid over to the commissioner of internal the beneficial ownership of sucb zeal estate i!

., five hundred dollars', each ten dollars......... 10 00 or owning, possessing leasing or any having the controlor having: tho care or management of any and every and has paid an income duty under authority of the revenue: ProvidedThat_ payments of prize bona fide, pass according to the terms of nth _

On gold watebes composed wholly or in part of management of any cirrus, theatre, or museum such newspaper, or other publication aforesaid, United States and shall thereupon be exempt from money shall be regarded as income from salaries,and sition, but shall, in fact be reserved to the piai

gold J1 kept for use. valued at one hun shall within twenty days after opera each shall make a list or return on the first day ofJanuary income duty in said district; or, if the list or returnof the duty there shall be adjusted and collected in like other person for some period ascertainable nl;

dred or less, each, one dollar............ I 00 and month, make a list or return in duplicateto April, July, and October of each year, containing any party shall have bcuincreased_ by the assis! manner. reference to death, the person shall be deemed 1 V

On gold watcheacomposedwhollyor in parLor the every assistant assessor cf the stating the the gross amount of receipts a aforesaid, and the in manner as aforesaid such party may the purposes of this act to acquire the real ot d|

cold or gilt. kpt for use, valued at above onehundred gross amount of their receipts, distrIct fur the amount of duties which have accrued thereon, and tan permitted to declare, under oath or affirmation, LEGACIES AXD DUTEIBCTITE SHAKES 07 PEES05AL PROP passing aa as uccesssion derived from the persou

each, two dollars............. 2 00 month next preceding, 'which return shall be verified same in duplicate t the assistant assessor the amount linnua! income, or the amount held intrust ERTY.S mug the disposition as the predecessor.

On pianofortes organs,melodions.or other par. by the oath or affirmation of such owner, possessor, of the district where such newspapra aine, review a liable to be assessed,and the same, : e. I2i. And be it further enacted That Sac 132. And be. itfurtherenactedThatjfsny,

lor musical instruments, kept for use, not including manager, or other proj>?r officer, in the man or other literary or is or 'may shall be received by such assistant assessor sons having in trust administrators any per son shall by deed of gift, or other assurance i imr.le
agent charge or as ,executors
those placed in churches or public ner or prescribed from time to time by the 1 be publshedvhich list or return shall have annexed as true, and a the sum upon which duties are or trustees distributive shares without valuable and adequate consid

edifices, rained at not less than one hundred commissioner internal revenue; and shall also pay I .d4c1ration. oath or affirmation,to be made to be assessed and collected, except that the deductions arising,from personal,any legacies or where the whole and purporting to vest the estate, either imnv __

dollars and not above two hundred dollars, to the collector the full amountof duties which have manner and form which may be claimed in such cases shall not be made or allowed of such property, or in the future, whether or not accompanied Ijjpf833ssi

each, two dollars........................_. ............ 2 00 accsued on such receipts fur the month aforesaid. from time t time prescribed' by the commissioner of until approved by the assistant assessor. But. exceed amount the sum of personal one thousand property,dollars as aforesaid in ,actual shall (
Wen valued abv hundred dollars and And in case of neglec or refusal to make raid lists or internal revenue, or the owner, possessor, or person any person feeling aggrieved by the decision of value passing, after tb'e of this act from disposition shall beheld and taken to confers
above dollars, each, four return for the ten days after such return havin the care or mlnagement of such newspaper, assistant assessor in such cases, may appeal to the passage any the grantee a succession within- the. meaning V

doJa...._...... _... ........i......._........... 400 should have been space made as the assessor or magazine, review, publication, as aforesaid, assessor of the and his decision thereon shall by person the.intestate possessed laws of such of property state either by will or act I- :
above fourJLundrcd dollars, each, assistant assessor shall aforesaid the that the same is true and correct; and shall also, be final ; aud, district, time, and manner of proced- any or territory,or any SEC. 133. lad be it further enacted.That there

V six dollars......,.. ......,........._. ........ *6 00 and the proeell p > estmat, amount quarterly, within ten days after tha time of making legs shall be subject to rules and regulations t beprescribed deed personal grant property, or sale interest therein made transferred intended by be levied and paid to the United States in r.,... V
receive : bargain, or gift, or
On pleasure or racing boats, by sail or said list or return, pay to the collector or collector such succession aforesaid, -
raebt ten per centum, as hereinbefore provided deputy by the commissioner of internal revenue. to take effect in possession after the every as according t J t
or
by custom-house measurement in other cases of delinquency, make return for of the distric the full amount of said duties. SEC. 119. And be,it farther enacted. That the duties death of the anjoyment value thereof the following duties, that is touj>|

ten tons or less,each, i five dollars..,....... 5 00Exceeding poses of assessment; and for the purpose of making pur. And in case neglect or refusal to comply with any on incomes imposed shall be levied on the first day gift-made or grantor intended or to bargainer take effect, to in any person or Where the successor shall be the lineal issutgrfc.

ten and not exceeding twenty tons, such assessment, or of the correctness.of of the provisions contained in this section, or to make : of May, and be due and payable on or before the thir- possession or cal ancestor of the predecessor, a duty at th* naijj

each ten dollars............. ....*............... .... 10 00 1 any such return, the ascertaining! any such person, firm, and render said list or return, for the space of ten tieth day of June, in each year,,until and includingthe enjoyment to any after or the death,of the to gran tor body or bargainer bodies, one dollar per centum upon such value. f'
person persons or or
Exceeding twenty and not exceeding forty tons, company or corporation shall be subject to the inspection days after the time when said lat or return ought to year eighteen hundred and seventy, and no longer any Where the successor snail be a brother or sife,\2,

each twenty.five dollars....;.............._..... 25 00 1 of the asseesor or assistant assessor on his have been made, s aforesaid, assistant assessorsof ; and to any sum or sums annually due and unpaidfor and politic hereby or corporate are, made, in trust or to otherwise,tax shall to be be, a descendant of a brother or sister of the predeeea
subject a duty or ,
Exceeding forty and not exceeding eighty tons, demand or request therefor. And in case of neglector the respective districts shall proceed to estimate thirty after the thirtieth of June, as lore- duty ai the of two dollars per centum upon rain

each fifty dollars .............. .........___......... 50 00Exceeding ; refusal to pay the duties, wit the addition afore the duties a heretofore provided in other cases ofdelinquency said, and for clav ten days after demand thereof by the paid First.to the.United Where,the States, as follows,entitled that is to to say : lue.
or
eighty and not exceeding one hundred I said when the same have ascertained, for the ; and in case,of neglect refusal to pay collector, there shall be levied in addition thereto the beneficial interest in person such persons shall be the any lineal Where the successor V shall be brother or c'rte*

i and ten tons each, seventy-five doJlr 7; 00 i space of ten days after the same shall have become the duties 8 aforesaid, for the space of ten days alter sum of ten per centum on the amount of duties unpaid ancestor, brpther or sister property to who died the father or mother, or a descendant of a brotlsi
,
Exceeding one bundre and ten tons, payable, the owner, possessor, or the said duties become due and payable, and have been penalty, except from the estates of deceased theperson sister of the father or mother thprtdecessorii

V hundred ....... :...,'......................... 100 00 management a aforesaid, shall pay person, in addition having, ten demanded, said owner possessor, or person or person* and a insolent I persons. And if any person liableto possessed of one dollar of such for each property and, as aforesaid hundred, at dollars the rate of ty at the rate of four dollars per centum ups
Billiard Tables, dollars ........ 10 00 every
kept ten having the care of said
or
,
per centum on the amount of such duties and addition management newspapers pay duty shall neglect or refuse to pay the the clear value of such interest in such value.
Provided, Tha bihard tables kept for hire, and ; and for any attempt knowingly to evade the or publications a aforesaid, shall pay, in addition same, after such demand, the amount due shall be a Second. Where the property.entitled V Where the successor shall be a brother onto!

upon tax has been impled.haU payment of such duties, the said owner, possessor, or thereto, a penalty of ten per centum 011 the amount len in favor of the United States from the time it to any beneficiaiinterest person in or such per persons shall bea the grandfather or grandmother or a descendant

not be required to pay the tax person having the care or management as aforesaid, due. And in case of fraud or evasion, whereby the : due until paid, with the ;nterest penalties, and descendant a brother or sister of property the who the brother or sister of the grandfather or grand ''

tables herein to kept the for use a aforesaid, anything. shall b liable to pay a one thousand dollars revenue is attempted to b defrauded, or the duty costs that may accrue in theret upon all died possessed/as aforesaid, at the rate of person two dollars er of the predecessor, a duty at the rate of five
contrary notwithstanding.On such to be recovered withheld owner, possessors,or person or persons the and rights belonging to such centum such value.
every attmpt as pro property t property for each and every hunched dollars of the clear value per upon
plate of.gold kept for use, ounce troy, vided in this for of penalties. having the care or management of said and in default the payment of said duty V -BTi.collateral. 4V11
fifty ........ ........ ..rr........... ...... 50 all pro visions aet this act in recovery relation to liens and Ant 101. or other publications. asaf
On plat of silver,kept for usa, per ounce troy, lections by not incompatible herewith pay a.penalty of one thousand dollar* for each oflencc such right to stocks securities person persons any hereinbefore described, or shall be astrangeraa
property beneficial
.......... ................................... 0:I shall apply distraint leeton and the objects therein, or for any sum fraudulently unaccounted for.And and prolerlYt of debt, by whomsoever hold en ;'and or sister of interest the father in such or mother property or shall a descendant be a brother of a to him, a duty ut the rate of six dollars per .

I Provided, That silver spoons or plate of silver embraced. _all provisions in this act in relation to returns. for this purpose the collector, after demands duly brother sister of the father mother ofthe upon such value. A
t used by one family to an amount not exceeding additions, penalties, forfeitures, liens assessments 1 or person enacted That whets
.
BA.XZSAXD BASKI-TO. given, as aforesaid shall istue warrant. m form and who died passessed, as aforesaid at the rate of SEC. 134. Andbe it further ,
forty ounces as aforesaid belonging t anyone and collection, not incompatible herewith, shall ap manner t be pi escribed by the commissionerof internal four dollars for each and hundred dollars of interest of any successor in any.real estate shsL
V person plate.belonging t religious socr- V SEC. 110. furthtr enacted, Thatterosllal ply to this section and the objects herein embraced: revenue, under the directions oi the Secretaryof the clear value of such interest.every fore he shall have become entitled thereto in pw
; V elies, and souvenirs and keep-sakes actually be levied, collected, and paid .duty Provided, That in all cases the rate oi price of the Treasury and by virtue of such there Fourth When sion. have passed by jcason of death to anywr-

4 given and received I such and not kept for fourth. of one per centum each month upon the aver advertising is fixed by any law of the United States, may be levied on such property, rights warpnt 0 property, beneficial interest the in such person or persors entitled to any successor or successors then one duty only shi0-

1 use; also, all premiums awarded as .token age amount of the deposits of money, subject to pay. state or territory it shall be lawful for the company, stocks, securities, and evidences of debt, a further or sister of the property shall be a brother paid in respected such interest and shall be duefisi

of merit byanY8giculuralloiety,corporation ment by check or draft, or represented by certificates person or persons, publishing said advertisements, sum, to be fixed and stated in such over and of the grandfather brother sister grandmother, or a descendant the successor who shall first become entitled the Xl

I or any pur- V of deposit or otherwise, payable on demandor t add the duty or tax imposed by this aH to the price aliovo the s&id annual duty. warrant, penalty fur the or of'the grandfather orgrandmotherof in possession : but such duty shall be at thai hi
whatever, exempt from duly. at some future day, with ,rank associa- of said advertisements, law to person who died possessed as V
pose any person
any had been I .
lht1 thecantrrYlot. sufficient for the fees, costs and expenses aforesaid, at the rate of five dollars for each and rate which, if every such successor _
'LA CJJn CAtE, BWISI .A5D I EEP. Lion, company corporation engaged in, the busin.ss withstanding; and that the ) e pon'plyment slc'h'leY. And in all cases of sale, a hundred dollars of the clear value of such interest.every' to duly,would have been payable by any one of JlcvSec.
of and of
101. \lf\i\jlrr enacted. That there shall banking; a duty one twenty fourth of one ments to the amount of sixhnndreddollars annually, aforesaid, the certificate of such sate by the collector Fifth. Where the entitled to 135. And be it further enacted, That whaw
person or
be SEe paid by Awl any person. firm or agent or per centum amount each of the month 8 aoreaaid. upon the average b);any person or persons, firm or company publishing shall vest in the purchaser ail right, title,and interest beneficial merest any other degree persons collateral consanguinity any after the passing of this-act any succession *lL's

employee thereof the following duties or taxes, that capital any asociaton. any newspaper, magazine, review, or other literary, of such delinquent in and t such prolerty. than is hereinbefore stated or shall be a before the successor shall have, become entitled!! V
company or corporation, or person scientific, or news publication, issued peri whether the real to in ,have become vested aUeaatii
or possession by
to say business of i : banking beyond the amount invested shall be from
in
On all cattle and calves exceeding three months nld.alaughtere United exempt duty: An Provided, furher the subject of sale be stocks, the certificate of each and every hundred dollars of the clear value of by any title not conferring a new succession i
States bonds
when slaughtered for the hides ; and a duty of one twelfth of one That all newspapers whose average doos aid sale shall be lawful authority and notice to the such interest: Provided, That ill other person, then the duty payable in respect It"
except legacies or property
per centum each month upon the average of not exceed t\othouland copies, shall be exemptedfrom association to record of shall be at the rate and time as ties
amount will paid same
tUo" excullnly. forty cent per head. circulation issued by all taxes for advertisements. proper eorpratian company.or passing by or by the laws of any state or territory -
On throe months old, any bank corporation the or records, in the same man. to husband or wife of the who died would have been payable if no such alienatkai
clnl person
I slaughtered five cents per bead. company or prsl I circulation all Sec. 115. .Andbe itfurt/ier tnatc That whenever ner as if transferred or assigned by the'peron or sessed, as aforesaid, shall be exempt from tax or duty.Szc pos-. been made or derivative title created; and whim* V

I On all swine shughtered, ten cents lieay. certified checks notes and other obligationscaiculatedor by this act any license, duty, of any description party holding the same, to issue new certificates of :15. And be it further enacted,That the tax or title to any succession shall be accelerated by' V

On all cheep and lambs clanghtered per, five cents per intended circulate or to be used I has been imposed OD any person or corporate stock therefor in lieu of any original or prior certificates duty aforesasnid shall be aVlien and charge the surrender or extinction of any prior interests,a V
but not that in the
money, including vault of body, or property any person, or incorporated or which shall be void whether cancelled or not. property of who upon the duty therein shall be payable at the time oil

bea.Provde That cattle, not exceeding five in num bank redeemed and on deposit for said bank" and :. unincorporated company having more than one placeof And said certificates of sale of the, collector, where for twenty years every, or person until the same may shall die as,within aforesaid that.period surrender on extension [extinction]of prior title.
of sixth of
duty one one per centum, business, it shall be lawful for the commissioner of the subject of sale be securities or other evidences be Sec. 138. And be it further enacted,' That iS
and
to
swine exceed-
and lambs fully paid
not shal
4 sheep, the United
,
discharged by
cavs each month, upon the of such circulation internal revenue to and determine in
average prescribe what
for
in ill amount of shall good and valid receipts to the States and real estate shall become subject to a trust i
number executor
slaughtered by any person issued as, aforesaid beyond amount of district such tax shall be assessed and collected and debt ; every administrator, or
holding under *
the the same, against chart!table past
for his her any person trustee,-before public purposes any
and
in person a distribution
or own consumption, anyone year, the of payment to the legatees
ninety JrcenlumoC capital any such bank. to what officer thereof the official notices required in ,or claiming to hold possession of such securities tare disposition,which, if made in favor of an n
hall from 'and all or any parties entitled to beneficial interest
duty sheep slaughter
4 b exmpt ; or and that behalf shall be
person, given, and of whom of lfi-
ed for two cents company payment or other evidences of debt therein shall to the collector collector vidual, would confer on him a succession, there
V rlllbU pay only per head upon any amount of such circulation, beyond the such tax shall be demanded: Provided, That all taxes" pay or deputy itiM''
1Q2. further enacted That of SEC. 120. An See amount the circulation that had person
dat on which this act shall take efec.any average as aforesaid by such bank, association been issued on manufactures, manufacturing companies, endmanufactu.ing shall be levied and collected a-duty of fivepercentum a resident, the amount of the duty or tax assessed coming subject to such trusts, a duty at the rait*'
any corporations shall be assessed and
or firms, or or cr. on all dividcds in script or money thereafter declared such legacy or distributive share, and shall also six per centum upon the amount or principal va
4 person companion aglnt poration, company, or person, for the six months the tax collected in the district within which upon
pno. due and whenever the shall be such real estate.
r who shall slaughter for th'o same payable make and render to the assistant
employees .a1e any the first day of July, eighteen hundred assessor or assesscr -
preceding and of
manufacture I is located unless
t catle calves, sheep lambs, or swine,] or who shall sixty-four. Anon the first Monday of August next vided.place otherwise pro. t(stkbolder policy-holders, depositors, as partof of the said district &* schedule, list, orjatatementin SEC.137. And be it further enacted That the duty*
,
occupant of any buildingorpresniees in which and of each month thereafter, a true and accurate earnings,income, or gains of any bank, trust duplieate, of the-amount of such legacy or posed by this act shall be paid at the time wbea

such eatLe cheep,or swine Ihal b slaughtred. any of the amount of circulation, of deposit and return of ISCO:E. companysavings institution,and of any fire, marine, distributive share, together with the amount of duty successor, or any person in his right or on his beUft-j

atte. cle sheep ia.I as aforesaid, for the previous month ,shall be SEC 1IC. And left further enacted That theresLAi life, inland insurance company, either stock or mutual which has accrued, or shall accrue, therein, verified shall become entitled in possession, to his successor
t mak and renderalistwithin ten days after capital and rendered in by each, of such be levied, collected, and paid annually upon under whatever name or style known or called, by his or affirmation be administered and certified to the receipt of the income and profits thereof,tf V

the each and every month to the assistant dunJcal nual gains, llroft or income of every person residing in the United States or territories whether specially thereon by some magistrate or officer "having lawful cept that if there shall be any prior charge,esUtft'

I assessor of the district whore the slaughtering 1 done, bank ASOciDUcn.of the: ,.conpark., or per. in tho or of any cititcn of the United incorporated existing under general laws and on power to administer such oaths, in such form and interest not created by the successor himself np "

BUUog the number of cattle, wve if any, the number bank association Isessor district any such Stales residing abroad, whether lerived from any all undistributed sums, or sums made or added: dur manner as maybe prescribed by the commissioner of in the succession, by reason whereof the snewj*.

or Iwln if any, and te of sheep and located, in which, such ( company may b kind of property, rents, intrest dividends salaries ing the year to their surplus or contingent funds; and internal revenue, which schedule, list, or statement shall not be presently entitled to the full enjoT'*'

I lambs, any) slaughtered aforesaid, with the seuera.1 declaration, or annexed thereto person, and the may oath reside, with or from any profession, employment or vocation said banks,trust companies savings institutions, and shall contain the names of each and every person en- or value thereof the duty in respect of the ineTi*( .-

V V rates of duty as fixed thcreinlnthisact, togetherwith of such of the or affirmation carried on in the United Stts or insurance companies, shall pay the said duty, and titled to any beneficial interest, the duplicate of value acciningupon determination of such en*?y
,
the whole amount thereof, which list will have such bank association person or president or cashier of I I from any other source except as hereinaf are here by authorized to deduct and withhold from which schedule, list, or statement shall be by him estate, or interest shall, if not previously P&ILC

4' mncT: : d thereto a declaration of said person or per. such.form,and manner, corporation, or company, in tcfm'eutioned, i such annual profits or income all payments made V on account of any dividends or immediately delivered, and the tax thereon paid to pounded for, or commuted, be paid at the 1 tia -

cons, agents or employees thereof, as aforesaid, under commissioner of internal I may that prescribed by the exceed sum of six hundred dollars .dutyof sums of money that may be due and payable a afore such collector; and upon such payment and delivery such determination. ,

oath or affirmation, in such manner and form .may a true and faithful statement revenue, of the the same contains five per centum on the excess over six hundred said, the said duty of five per centum. And .list or of such schedule, list, or statement, said collector! or SEC. 133. And be further enacted. That the i**lest
%. be the commissioner amount of and not exceeding five thousand dollars return shall be made and rendered toVthe collector of in to arise from twi"*
prescribed by of internal reventie. circulation and dolar ; and IBelarOr deputy shall grant to such paying any successor moneys |
deposits aforesaid person
as
that the same is true and correct, and lbl with as aforesaid,and .capital transmit the subjectto a dutyof seven' and one half of one per centum per assistant assessor in duplicate, and one of said lists such duty or tax, a receipt or receipts for the same in of real estate, under any trust for the sale u&*
in the'time and in duty duplicate the five thousand or returns shall be transmitted, and the paid to succession *!**?
the manner prescribed payment of said return the commissioner of internal annum on excess over doUaT and duty duplicate, whichshall be prepared as hereinafter pro. shall be deemed to be a charges

4 of duties on manufactures, pay the full amount and within t twenty days thereafter shall revenue ,to not exceeding.ten,thousand dollars; and a duty of the commissioner internal revenue within thirty vided. Such receipt or receipts, duly signed and dc duty under this act and the said duty shall bef*

of dalles accruing thereon I aforesaid,t the cl.e. the said commissioner of internal revenue the pay duties ten per centum on the excess over ten days after tho time when any dividends or" sums of livered by suds collector or deputy collector shall be by the trustee,executor, or other person
,
tor or deputy collector ,of district ; hereinbefore prescribed the said lars. And the duty herein provided (or shall be as- money become due or payable a aforesaid; and said sufficient evidence to entitle such executor trot of the funds.

and in case cf defauI Jn making the return or pay. of deposits, and upon of amount aforesaid of circulation scsicd, collected, and paid upon the gainsprofits, or list or return shall contain:' : and faithful rator,or trustee, to be credited and allowed,adminis such
i ment of the aforesaid, the and capital, I and income for the amount cf duties aforesaid
assessment for refusal or Or to render Ue year ending thirty-first day of D: oft as ; and there shall payment by every tribunal which the laws of NOTICES
any such by
neglcc.t any
I collection shall botnado a in the provisions of this and comber preceding tho time for levying-collect anDxed.thereto a ,declaration of the state ortemtorycr
'
act required f and in case of frand or evasion, the return corporation payment arorcld,any such bnl association ing, and paying said duty: Prori That income cashier or treasurer of the bank, trust,companysa.president > and settle the accounts may empowered of executors and todecide adminia-npn THE UNDERSIGNED will give lessons iaTrad'i

I party offending shall forfeit pay a penalty of ten fault shall be to company and or person de derived from interest upon and other ins insttutoJ;insurance company,under oath or rators.. And in case such executor administrator residence on Forsyth street, opposite r. *\

dollars per head for cattle, cle.swine, ihee hundred dollars/besides subject! the additional pay .penalty of two securities of the United Stales, shall bo included in i or manner as, may bq prescribedby trustee, shall refuse or neglect to the aforesaid,or dark'9 house, to the-Young Ladies of Jacksonville,

or lambs so slaughtered upon the duty is fraudulently forfeitures in other penalty and estimating incomes under this section: Provided, the commissioner of internal revenue, that the duty or tax to'the collector pay collector are desirous to learn.
cases in or deputy ,
this as
J withheld,evaded, or attemptEd to be evaded; the amount of circulation,provided deposit, and act; and That only one deduction of six hundred dollars shall same contains a true and faithful account of the duties aforesaid, within the time hereinbefore provided, or Tuition fifty dollars per session, office months,

and the commissioner of internal revenue may pre aforesaid, in default of the proper return, shall capital be, a b mate front the aggregate incomes of all the memo 8 aforesaid. And for any default in the makingor shall neglect or refuse to deliver to said collector or ble quarterly in advance.
such further estimated -
trib rules and regulations as he may by the assessor or assistant assessor of tho any family composed of parsnts and minor rendering of auch Hit or return;with'sucKMeclaration deputy collector the duplicate of the schedule,list,or MBS. C, II. BRt
V
t dem lr ..necessary. ..1.A.for*w ascertaining!.V _.LA__ __the VP t_-rrec t number.t_ A.S.B district as aforesaid, upon the best-information he children, or husband and wife, except in cases where annexed,,the trust company',' savings' in- statement of such legacies, property, or personal es- March 29-To 23 V
.. .vniuo. uccu JiaiMQ MI UO such separate income shall derived from__ thA Insurance : default
,, au".wu. can obtain j and such penalty, with b n .n.: Bttton. company t ate, under oath, as aforesaid, or shall neglect or refuse
taxed under the provisions of this act, the duties aforesaid every, be together rat and individual estate, gains, or labor of the'w'ifeor as a penalty the sum of one thousand to deliver the schedule, list, or statement of

riiLBOics. ircAvaom rraRRr-Boirs ASD BDIDDES, of the United.States in may court of or use : Provided Jurthe That net profits realized dollars; and in case of any.default in making rendering such legacies, property; or personal estate, under

__ Sao. lOS And b further enacted Thateveryer. diction. And in' the case any of banks competent with branches juris- by sales of real eltato purchased within the year farwhich' said list or return, or of any default in the oath, as aforesaid, or shall deliver to said assessor or Headquartersror.
T* son. company or corporation owning or income is shall be income duty or thereof,
- posses the duty herein for shall be etmat chargeable as paymentrhe asrequired any part assistant assessor a false schedule, or statement of
stag.orbIvingth.oareormsnagem0of, any railroad provided imposed upon ; and Jos Bles of real estate and collection of the duty and penalty such legacies,
the circulation or each purchased aleSlmen property, or personal estate,or give the- -V
canal, ltambat ship, barge canal bat or amount of capital of each brach branch shall severally be and the within the year, for which income is estimated, shall shall bo in accordance with the general provisions names and relationship of the persons entitled ben
I other TaeJ al'stZ coach or olher consideredto be deducted from the income of such year.' of law in other cases of neglect' and refusal: eficial interests therein shall
untruly not
AP gaged the business of be the amount allotted to such branch; and so much SEC. 117. And be it Provided That the of life or truly
transporting further That in estima- duty upon and correctly set forth and state' therein the
- tMtd. V cleat
V passengers or property for hire,or in transporting the of an act entitled .\n act t provide ways and means tingthe annual gains, of insurance companies shall not be deemed due or to ualue ]
praft any person such-property or personal estate shall have Stoves
for the of the Cooking
F'- malls of the United States support ,Marehthreeelghtn
', ,or any canal, the water of government" approved ; all national, state, municipal taxes,' other be collected until such dividends Ihl be payableby been granted or allowed under existing-lavs,the as
__ which js used for mining subject litT-tree.1 imposesany than the national.income tax such shall the
- Inrplellhan b t their l&wfullyassessed companies nor portion premiums sistantant assessor shall make out such lists and valuation
4V
; and pay a duty of two tx bank cirulalon. capitl. or de. in the the returned mutual insurance to their
cntum year upon property or sources income by fife companies in other
rr as cases oi neglect refusal and
of or
posits, is ,
: the receipt, of such oLhe hereby repealed AT
gross rira tan provided I of any person, aforesaid, from which annual policy holders considered as dividends or profits the thereon
_ _ chip barge canal or llamOat : ,That this not ] a assess duty ; and the collector shall commence -
- bat Yelel. or to eeeton.aaJ apply gains, profits or income is or should be derived shall under this act before
appropriate V
associations which proceedings court of the LROBIS0
coach' or other Tebd.i Pnividtd, That the duty the act no are national by virtueof be deducted in addition to six hundred dollars, front SEC. 121. And be it further enacted, That any bank United States, in the name of the any United States V C.
hereby imposed bo charged upon provide a currency, secured the gains, or income of the who authorized to notes circulation which ,
rcelpl proft person has legally issue as against inch ar
by a or United have
pledge States bonds person persons as the ae
for the of and to may 19-tf. 25
transportation persons or April
property for the circulation and thereof'nor actually same, whether owner tenant or shall neglect or omit to make dividends or additions tualor constructive custody or possession of such ______ __
between the lDiL Stales and any foreign port and bank redemption to I mortgagor; also the salary or pay received to its surplus or contingent fund as often as once in or personal estate prop
any caving having no and arJ. city or any part tnereof, and shall
*ny person .firms, companies or corpora business confined to calitalatk, whose ces in the civil, naval, or other six month, shall make a list or return in duplicate, subject such,property or personal estate V PLANTATIONS.
tions and or
aemcnt, owing possessing having the care or man thesameon interest for the benefit/ of the depositors loaning the United States,including.enator representative,_ under oath or affirmation of the president or cashier, Lion of the same- to be sold upon the judgment any por or

I law to tU'ra ferry,or bridge authorized only, and which do BO other business of and delegates in congress, thftrate of six hun to the assessor assistant assessorof the district in degree of such court, and from the proceeds of such best Plafltst
by of the
the Landing: hare for sale acme
passengers, dred dollars per annum; and there shall be deducted which it is located on the first of and
And day January sale the amount oi
That such
1 provided further bank tax
beaslaearriagei.Uainjand freight of any descri any ceasing t the income derived from all eiih or duty, together with V Florida. Cheap for Cash or Credit
dividends In
share July within thereafter of
issue notes for circulation,and which shall 01 year or thirty days all costs and dxpensea of V V
tIe be al V CO1beg's
inch toll-road every description to &
don OTr ,ferry or brldgeIDAt be sub- t Il iu the capital stock of any bank trust company, sayIngs the amount of profits which have accrued or been lowed THURBEB SOULE
and a duty three the treasury of the United States, in lawful by such court, shall be first paid,and the balance
V e pay on theenu Il0ney. institution, insurance, railroad, canal, turnpike, earned and received by said bank during the six Building,second floor.
if
of its ,
circulation deposited
amount of all their Ib. outstanding to.bo re any according to the order of such V
of AmOUQt
del canal
relrt every rlp' under navigation, or and tha months next preceding said first day of January and court to be April 12-3t 24.
such ; under
.laek-wAtr/companY Its
_ tion. Bat when the gross luch bridge demed par, regulations.the Secretary interest on bonds paid direction to such person or
c or toll-road shall not exceed the orny te Treasury may prescribe, Ib1 bo exempt of any such indebtd. July; and shall present one of said lists or returns persons as shall establish title to.the same The deed -
necessarily ness corporation ot and to the of'the district Medal nd 2 Diplom"Awarfel
amount from such circulation any company, pay collector duty of five or deeds, or 1 Silver ,
eipendedtokeepanch any any property or raonaLestate
upon proper
bridge conveyance
ta p
or have been
rd< repair, no assessed and tho tax paid boreinafterprovided centum on'iuch and in' of default
profits ease to
per ; E. DENAT7X
tax ahall Imposed on such I LOTH met.Gtc.lllAndlcitfurlher or any portion thereof so sold under THOMAS ,
Provided also the
b reipLc ; amount paid by any person for the make such list or. return and payment within the such
LI judgment decree, executed the officer law.
all or
nit persons, companies, tk That every individual rent of the homestead used or occupied by himself pr thirty days as aforesaid, shall be subject to the by FOR BEST 'Sl"BINO 3IATTBESS- V
have the right to add the provisions fully charged with carrying the same IntorefTect
4utyor tax imposed partnership, firm being his and the rental value of Scet
proprieton anhomestead the
ot
section of thia
famiy. foregoing act Provided
: shall and
of Ocean
vest the thereof all Corner Porsytho-
hereby their rates of fare whenever m purchaser the title of the
of
their lotteries
agents shall ,
t liability managers a
: ,pay by any person, or by his family- That when any dividend is made which includes
thert may any limitations which tax of five centum on ,the amount of therecefpts his in the any delinquent to the property or personal estate sold under ALL:KINDS Furniture cleaned,'
cmmnce may per gross own right or right of his wife, shall not be part of the surplus or contingent,fund of bunk, and of repaired
such
any .
by virtue and
judgment .decree
eiit bt JaW agreement with any person or com. from the business; and mak included and assessed or Lnished Soflis Chairs
lad al persons a part of the income of such trust company,savings institution, insurance orrail- shall release other ,in the best manner. ,
pany which may ,have paid or,be liable such lag such vales l within ten the first every portion such property or 5 <
In and'renovated
&pay person. estimating the annual : road which has Divans &c &c. g
-, the contrary &r "gain.profits;or company, been assessed and the duty personal estate from the lien or charge thereon created ,) ;, irecovered
_ V f t notwithstanding. <{ay of each and evr month, make alist income of any person, the interest ove and above the paid thereon, the amount of duty so paid on that portion by this aoL And every person or persons who shall new, General 'tnd all kinds of upbolsterx&n1311manner. -,
return in to the assistant '
I or of
xun. the
assessor amount of *
ecuru.rl.'Sac all
paid notes bonds
of the
upon ,And surplus fund be deducted ,
i contingent mar have In his postesaion. charge -
IDA, And tJMPCLtP That of orV custody; any record
b any peN gross amount such tales, as aforesaid, mortgages, or other forms of *
wit j from the on such dWidend.V Ifc-tf 24
mae file
IndebtDeu. bearing duty or'paper containing, or su pposed'to April _
son; firm company, or corporation carrying on- the amount of duty which or should intereit whether, due tnd con.tain -
Andle
- V ing al'express busiaeu,shall subject to and o d.ya er. thereon j which list hall annexed thereto collectable shalfbe and go ad.. 152 /tCVCfl4Ckd< ,Thafc *ny rail- any information concerning such.property or -
haT assessed
fit road canal
: turnpike, canal slackwa- to contain :
navigation or
hsctude
three supposed informationconcerning FORMES50,000
duty centum on the amount of a under oath any -
V per gross or such form the income such
each
I
de1aatoQ also
and all
; a amaUon year; ter Indebted for which bonds iucfV
tae ofinch company for-any money property orTpersbnal estate, as aforesaid
business.covrimi..- ,
receipt '
express such. officer, Cr clerk'a may beprescribed income or gains derived from the purchase and sale or other evidence indebtedness Lave,been-limed, lug from any person'who may/die, u aforesaid;pass.shall FEET OF ONE INCH BO V
"vane by tho,ebmlluiODt of revenue, of stocks or other property, realor personal, and'the ''payable in afterdate which
oneor more exhibit the at the
See. W. years upon same of the
1 Aiidbeit/urMerenncfci, That there thillft that the same correct and that the said increased request assessor or assistant
I value of live stock whether Bold or on- interest Is to 21
be
stipulated paid,or coupons represent iisesior of the district cad to any law officer March 22d-tf.

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