The Florida times
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Title: The Florida times
Uniform Title: Florida times (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Florida weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Reed & Hodgson
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla.
Creation Date: May 10, 1866
Publication Date: 1865-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033823
oclc - 18336110
notis - AKM1536
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System ID: UF00079924:00016

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'OoJIUDWa;but eODtJD8e ; :.: areproterbialfor: shecknginzf d.

.me4f.b IDUJI att to .. : > in a majority of,caws-.ikwa -rather difficult todUtingmshYtheni
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.71if eoraIi. ; .F'; ,, 'i i1. froth private < ,AOKRB$ .t1l*
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.I& was a :JBrigadier General 'BJunedrJattrwiMorgan .

milNESS ,,.,. _. .wholooVetllmore, 'like.a wgoJJ5r '
-- ... ,. than an artnyJofficerC: ,0n, ft: egaiaoccszon anew ,
: .C'" recrniIjuzt'amvod j in had lost few
camp, ft
; cnt In4irutc2'J -. 'd articles and was flier
l1Ilumng around
-- C. r' ._ TCIIU-$3.OO_ Per _"O.D_. M veta" i in bop of finding them. among. -

.WITLIsLE; & ] ,. "I" Aa old soldier, fond of sport,"Cold: the vx reernjtthtf |

AY2O,186 1: .. NO. 28 only,thief-in tha brigage was In JimHfor*
"GENERAL I gan tent, sdha immediately itarted for,'Jimy
2 [ 1Jli3IrYdZ quarters and, pokioghl; head 5na,tedrkj.iJDqes "
2'a. aHcTComMernat.Q
hours after be.was-left by the iff the' Jim l live here t* .
: : 6U"J. cafcrn. r Morgan ::,:, *,, i,:
OJTILU:, Dr. Ua\\had not been discoeredtjg '. Yes" was tie reply "
" 14c TIIE MAN W11O'LAI3OBS. -- ; my name.is .James
.accounts.. "' \
Morgan. }
JOf'EPn &; -i '' ?
; '. .... "ITien I,want' hand orerthokbooks'yontolofrom
" wbo'l ; yon o
& bori -",' "- iA .
eon of4dl.; r..L* ''.. rac. inr/i-l..
nc:: lit forge, or lathe,or bincb My grandfather,a revolutionary soldier, was I '!*I hare:none of fetor bools,.my JDI ,'!-
soil, "' '. ; accustomed to'relatd the following among the ., "It.*.an internal Ire L" xnd an -uelaiwed

Xa3kanhh1tu0' ; : ; ; soul soul -. incidents of his experience during nhe .Wan-. the recrnit-Qhe boys say ]joqrre/the"only
W t41l. .
kr, : ; \ frfcnj the galling chains 1. Vj, t It ;>as dnring tho (&m.oas.J, e y campaign', in camp ; so turn out them books or Ill grud
soT. 10, lie5. I .-, "-, ; v 1777-8.: Attached the company to.which be your carcass into rpple saw.'* : ; *,rr.- :
----- \ ; belonged was a private soldier, an inveterate The General''relished the joHonnch ;bat
browi ,, : fault-finder, sour, crnbbed- Jlv ud seeing the sinewy recruit "
his flashbft, p rpetn % Q- peeling o3f.his.coat,
Coromission eartl q wjm the eYe.'b conscious T. tread:, tled about somethihg; tr;'who, nevertheless informed hiro. of his reiatronsEi i'P' with tfie

Rio de : iJ1ty, ,*,' YiSS Vr.r was.never suspected of a leaning'toward the enemy brigade, when the.- recruit i walked '.olf remorkr,
&cordial graspjv.v.'f's.. and had always done, his duty as a good sold lug: :1---. ;" -"'r
.:ptedbyontAefltijoin; s. ftf ,v-ad plain,, \ -Ii.-V--M ier of the Continental army. Onone occasion, -Well blast me if Td take you fd a Brigadier -

,ct27-Gm f cry"of eltswiih pain.; .sjnipathjr.; .. a Li ten nt'and'put of his, company, including Excuse, me, General, I don't know the
'*#j* u.. the'subject' our storv.'ere,sent onion a scon ting rop.es.!' 'TitOCTBAOCS .'' .. .! ,.t. .
WHITE, red,'red.wine;. *_ *. "f-. 'K: excn rsiou, instruct, to watch tho movements ''J
a roe a toast; .". !"' ', ofa, body-oftbeenemy who l. OX A ClRCCS CoMPAXT.- Thfl Cincinnati "
C..tblns a Men' by far.than afl ." wereprpwjing'in Gazette '
: btFriday gires the following ac-
It ,
thevicinity. was
-"' a warm
234 and 235 boast, very day count p(tho)late dastardly assault pa
and the !
ffiaa who labors. ; party;,after/a thr e hours'tramp, came acjfcuscompany ".
George W."bite, 1 daily bread; in"sight of the'foe,who, being in greater nnm fn/Crittendenj.Ky.: ,
Edwin J. Whitman or plow! ,.or anvil '. bers than was'anticipated"-compelled the'Lieutenant "It.seems that a gang of guerina"'lifr'm& .
A .Army GnJl.ary Cloth1; within: his head : ', and his men to use "the better,:of valor" twenty or more- In number; 'had riddenrintbtown'during

oct17..a.r 24th.- ., .,\ '..;;.-:- >. ,: and prepare for a retreat. On this -uold.,. ,the afternoon* coming*'from, the

1 F. 0V ; ....--- ty," as. he, was called,lowered lea musket, broke Tillage! of Verona, some, niiles.distant, arid get-
NARRATIVE. forth into ling excited with liquor indulged in abnscMof
(IFORMSHi.1 OF ) a tirade'flgairistTnilitiry duty in'gcn: i
Herald{ the 12th" 'contains eral! aid scouting parties in particular, and finishcd the national flag !that,was'flying over the'cifcuj-
Commission and threatened mischfef'' "
: aven\Vorth on the 8th inst. by declaring that he had dons enough4 for to the establishment.
TO ; of'an' exploration! of the one day and was actcrmincd to rt main uhtTc.Ija In the evening-ab'out eight oelockj 'th'81wfntto"tbe
Qctoler 27-tf en trance,of the'circus and.demanded.admittance .
for the
.sitoated.nea ,,Leaven worth, wa remainder of it. To the 'represen-s
; tat ion of his he They wererefused, and.seot/ta tlwticketwagon. '
A. II. 1tI : several thrilling incidents. s 'comrades that would be captured -:
SALE ;: ) consisted of Major.Throct-; i by the enemy, he replied, that'snch an,event : Here they demanded. ficlcets
"iGESt THE but
FOR : Captain llolcr.ift, Sheriff :would be ..preferable to any. farther 'exert were refasetTi'whether because"they did
Ijmds : : : Hawn and Ljrnan ElKnapp tion, and stay he would and_abide the, ,res lt not want to 'pavTor them;'or becansetl1eTwere
lddr s- disordcrlywekno not. One of them
Brandon. After'cxhausting argument and grappled
of'XashTille tho
-- -- : : entreaty;
--- P- the ticket-seller
-- A. correspondent. The party, Lieutenant inC"rmedlJirn; that rather than: suf- ; ,nephew; otthejpror
enABLES I ] 'rivers which flows: fer him to'.be taken::by the British; and give! prietor by the arm, when he,.:bearing disturb.

I : ; when,says the letter, 'a con- them the information they would seek concern and, called for help TWO or. three o( the attaches
GOODS & : : thc, b ink'to 'deternilnc ing our forces,. i if he persisted in his determin of the Ircame to hb aid, wlien the
DRY : : ruffian
: rushed inta
: t should be made to cross in tion to remain, lie must shoot him in order the tent,.firing tbcirpist
Tobacco at those who resistedthem.. James 'Kbbinson,
secure general safety. The reply wa, "shoot
DiY ,- ; ; and Sheriff Swayne and be hanged; I shall stay whereof am.". the canvas master, (relation to the ptoprie-

)Oy. 10, 1665. of tho expedition sug bnt On this a' hurried consultation was held by .tor,) \as severely, wounded by a b n,?wbuh
struct him in the back "
Dr.-'IIawn, Major 'I rock. the ofl5cerwith'his'.men,4'and; itwas; resolved to n'd.pauea' arp'uncl .to
,\: ; : : : raft, and Mr. :Brandon; experiment with'him,.andavoid,'if possible,Use his iIde. ll was reported'dea'd'bull Dr.-rMui-
COMMISSION the dangerous, character sacrifice of his .lif: He 'was.told to. take his scy, who retornd (rom Crittendcn Thursday vening ,

: ; ; they:would rather seat upon a log in the wOods where they then ,' $.ji3.uot< : in a. dangerous; -.cq, _ditioti.
: | : : : per Sohn Robinson, son or the i-ronrtrr. Jl.lSd.. tl1ll
: : expedition now.and sund were, ana, to ''avoid alarming the enemy br a. .' -; -;--
HTPwrcc*purchased, or ; : ; such a movement"would-.en- general.volley, a single soldier'from behind d waS .grest barebackider, was shot through the left
: ; ; ; : to send breast, and is not expected to'recover 'JohafHS-
plies made on con .The boat was according a bullet though heart. The 'an
: ; leek, after leaving his ticketwagon-was shot'jji
York. ; ; Uolcraft t Dr. Hawn nouncement.wasreceived with a. dogged resig-1
: ,the doctor' playfully ,re nation and an unaltered purpose. : All befnj the ri htthightheball passibg'dowb.hi-Ieg.
L. .,\ men who_ were destined to ready, th'esoldler: detailed as executioner at the and cSming,out e'r.t ankle.- -; "j,.:>.
: ] be word command "One. report.says the assailants! ay escapej'ohtheir '
&. i ; never drowned We firedbrank'cartridge,while '
Auctioneer easier than, we, expec by a. pre.arrang meDt.a second simultaneOusly'. horses" : unhurt, wEile.f an6lherwrepresen&that'two
BAT STREET, ; ; .. threw a small! pebble s.Tiartly at the,spot intended -I -of the'number,Ji: cS'Trigg and Chat

Will purchase for parties in the oars while I grasped n to be hit.Themn, fell and groaned, and; Withers' were 'killed, and .that.JamerMorgan
and another ,
) the Lieutenant of the ruffian,, were '. mortally
( held aloft the flambeau. approached, expresscd'his opin. I '
may wish, at the lowest ; ) s"and, with'a sensation of ion that the'wound was'mortal, arid his sorrow wounded.' .. f, 'i-
e. P. COOPER. grate'upon the, pebbles that his duty compelled him to the measure,' .- .-. ,

1)I 1 ontheothe_ shore, in still bade him_adieu, and then.led his party to the A, BRAVK J JGiRL.-Ar> incident.,c'a'i-t.t ;
lusty cheer from the doc- rear, wh rc.they concealed themselves to watch Columbus, a,few evcninga since, Showing'. '
JOHN A. ring, and informed the the result. strong light(he'ressnce'of ralnd'and"1 r iir
: ; : the passage had been safe. :The -martyr stubberness fay,for sometime of a'yoang woman< a'domastie in ;onsi6f thi

Captain Holcraft then re-? uttering an occasional'groan..varied: maledictions families in that city. While left. aI.ono:Ilia

"IU nOCBTOJf'Coun1i,1.'r. 1( : ; over the remainder. ot upon the service,his fat-eth, red.-coat\ ,charge'of the!otisr aconjileof jjurglaw broke
rrncticHfU" i and his comrades. His wrath toward the latter into tbc"dweU I iigf! catered ;kn upper .:-chainber, ,
ColamVu. [71] : ,, : n, the party came seemed to Ixj kindled by the bungling' banner _broko' pe ita tnq} 'kind too1c: ont a-;case of>;p1v.
ti Attorney;'t'aom at, Law.-yjFaar r.or : : discovered a deep circular in"which they bad perrotrii X*T tnAtw rttrr,leaving tols :'Tb !e tney't6ok.withthemfdowtt' ,stairs; I

j I ,; mouth-.'would....be-.,.'heard.. film him a to W UUCw.a 1inrerih...;death wa'v'----.P-instead f ofdespatcbuv-' ancpla ed cm.t fat theJU1J.1.; Q'tbs"t l l;.;.

L. H. sid topside; ,until 'the tion, he raised himself on his elbow'acd: looked covered white, plan e.ng. d ilAJ,

[ Attorney at'Law was lost in the,.abyss far over and beneath his shoulder, asth'ongh to" determine young woman. in question,b Ting becoine. ware
; being, the; lightest ,of the the herncss his exit by .the quantity of th.ir'operations, sTyfy stole up to The whatnot -
NO. 281} F by a strong cord.a distance of blood tEat had Issued from his i wound. Ap-; and armed herself with threvokers.Th'

(Keit door to the New ) :, .vhen .vigorously signi pafcntly! astonished ,at finding norie.he', 'next, burglars, alarmed by .some ..nbisCrusbed .bunade
14 W A. i enough by jerking' the', with slow but seerninglylttsspaintDl movement,, ou at_the front'dopr;,one. thenJ tit
commenced his as'he passed a couple of shots from
up, looking_ a trifle, paler feeling-behind back for traces ccivinjj ,
JOHN W. I tbat.hifcoriositf had, of .thebuU,. .hole. Unsatisfied. with this,,he the brave girl-Both made off but the fearless.
Attorney & _. raised himself! !! to a sitting posture, and, 'witb :maiden. again fired wounded one of them
after descending a. dis-' much exertion,.lobk off his'coati'and fining no. in the street. The: Colutnbus papers' should

Will practice in the United{\ ; ? ,numerous winged thin g', pei oration; he, truth and the trick flashed upon, have given ,the name; of this ypuu, herpinei.
!** 1 him at once when of the Sentinel. ,
other Court wit 1n the ; constantly about his seeing some stragglers '; .' -r'
claims 5ainst the 'nm their mandibles togeth-. enemy< iii.the stancehe; started no.:seized his ...--..- ,. .I/ t. .
attend to the collection of of a twitter. One 'of musket and ran'a3nOne; 'had ever 'seen. 'him do: w nDIIItn: : Goib--It; wili.bfc: |einemBerethaf .
tjyfrom big long residence T ,. and i inexpressibly nasty, before! ,'toward the'Amcrican lines lie arrived after lbe-s'urrendei ofGeni Lee the miIUi
the the hole country, koowi the and and inflicted severe' bite.' IdngTn I advance of tli ;Lieqt na 't.and his party ry in Georgia captured $fQ&DDOIrfgold;whiclj

regait o improred country; as well ; with'disgus, and de' who had.never' cession ,thereafter. to censure ,wasiiainea bv tuermfrv;\he.}xchangcJind _
locatio. 4ud value. : bftd not been tied under .his. baffled.subordinate., the! Bank of Virginia Richruondi.? Eeccn
fallen.; .. .ls. investigations bf:the facts;boweve* s bw thiV.
S. 'y. become quite satisfied trith A REMARK-ABLE-CASE. a few weekS before the evacuation' of 'Richmond,

SURGEON : ground,'were about ready: A remarkable case,in which a Boston lady is the Legislature i>f Virgtof*passed afbw.authoriiiin"
-Oce-.os.the corner of I j when.-.- .upon the earnest :interested, is now on trial before thespcrior: the said banks :t( baa; .th t Confederate

.\CK:80.Vl the patty were per- I court at Hartford, Connecticut; The .particulars Government, upon the faith of the State, fSOty _
Nor. 24. .explorations', .a. little l are given by.the.HartCord.Post as follows: 000 of gold-to burchsse supplies for Lee's mni.
L : the writer, .the roost painful A lady Ers.Deshon, now Mrs. Mary -Jtn .' This'sura-'was placed'bl"the'respective banks to.
J. D. : commences. The party :Rand, residing in Boston, had a boy by;her first the credit'of the Rebel Governrnenkand before

f "which"suddenly narrowed. husband. The boy had several,singular marks the snrrende of.Lee |60tOOOtwas.'paidj; leaving

JACKBOKVTU.K' ;; first, passed through the ,oh his person,and also a serious impediment. in $240OQO belonging tQ ]lhe Rebel .Government _
{ "Education received at ; :; :; .ana knees, and entered his speech. When the child.was five and a half with these bankS at tie time of the evacuation.
rd Dental Surgery.' } Dr. Hawn, wha is 'a' years,old! it 'died suddenly,while its mother i The'Ooiern n nf therefore,, claims hot only the
to. follow, and be-; asleep. The singular appearance of the boy led $100,000 captured i Georgia a but'also the $1:

'COOPER & ,In,' the, passage., He her to..have an autopsy made, aid she afterward 40,00d additional in' custody' of the"-banks...
ATTORNEY : nor back, For three. prosecuted the attending physician and apothecary 'I''This is tha present condition of the: questio

.. ; incessantly,.but all to 'who had famished the -medicine. Rufus ,.The notes s of these banks have, been bpught.up(
: V* -s-- ?"* : *' ? ,Choatewas connselat this time. 'Some two : with the cxpectatin that Government would

\ GFX>ffi< -r-Second ( : the. river' toget the iron, or three,,;years after,,Mrs. Rand observed'a.child relinquish its.title, .t(.the. 1340,000_ of gold.",_I *J .
OCt6,18CS. ; ; boat,* t'lStened.to.utle;; in'Boston which resembled. hers ,soclosely thatshe ; 'r.- .. .. 1.: .\

B..B. ; '.this the .doctor :.might followed it 'fof.sotri .time, but'finally lost.: Sindey Smith long since said thatIhejr were'

Attorney &,. j :; but here a new calamity sight of it and its attendants. Two years or. three'thing "whch! 'every'man considered l Mm-,

: \ ;, De' by one he lamps' had more elapsed befose?she-heard:of it again, and [self perfectly' competent .to; ndfirtake"*Ten

EB70fflcenoeS'.Block tl enough .oil-was l left to' then.found put that it was in;the asylum forlthe\ ]without.tbe.shfcstpreviouiltraining, ,,The J.ug,18&I5" ; back .to the river. The Deaf,and Dumb To this city,.b ing a charity pun to' drive horse, manage a farm or edit *
imprisoned in that living pil from the State ofM mchuset ./A picture'of riewsp pcr. We never knew t- neputWceptioi ex.
s 0., ., : to be. 'e aured,. for we her husband; whom/she" claims was the'fathcr ofthia to the first, and that was the UrN

Attorney & ; : : ; ,. we could never> find, ,child-was sho rito hinij i wheo.he instantly) whose death In. New Yprkwasrecenllyaaj.nounced. ; :

[ :: ; e extlaimed:as he could, and lathe: presence .of He wasborn; ,without sbuh n

Wm practice in.the United I : t : < ? the .party,. and. hastily eraiwitiieucs, '"That.* my father;>o lives inBostO' thought he might drive with histoea. .Aa1.{
)'.to,1861._ ; ; ; 'Ir; Knapp tft their fate, !- '. ; '. .,; ''I i, the second ;ian2: thircl.speciffcationsywe c r'I,
.. '. ., j <1 effectually blocked' up j A careful.'ex:mination' has been, 'made otthe. think we'ak 1 nd a'siuge! except n;ath! ughwe :, _
T.ra. I i : : return-we rapid-; boy by a physicianrwhp: .attended.'him during see in one. pf our exchangea a paragraph t
COMMI. : I : crossed the rivcr, ,and.re-: three: ..months sickness, and he,says that;'G i
-. : : ; : A supply of,011. ools&.1 might have made two persons so;near Mkc'but' Jrii tlbett l. tina paper; .has,gone to Sk
tumber.Tanber, } ; ; :; t although fatigued almost to,: that this was the first instance of the Juiidtba'had..eometo Louis! "to marry* a*wbinan Wbo.has never, )looked
: his Iroowled ." 'The marks npbn "* .t n
; ,' 'we returned to the : : into a.1ookingglasS.W ,
r Laths, ; : 1 rescue our _mrad s' rper-; the boy:.now.' here'correspond exsct1r4hpse. doubt it yooI.- .: It.!
Saw-mill ; tb.c,ODe,he attended,aid whp afllKCted -.,'.
The nyer was crqsseq, and, upon w. J ; .i.i. ''I I : -:'
l0Y7.m. ; I gr:1n< .chamber,where we! 'serious* rupture 'which ihtf bby.aVJhe"Asylura -:; W "STOU.-The Norf'olkjj y ii 1i
d has also. .Mrs.. {Rand's testimony occupied -, ? ? '
.on .. ; accoTiiJ by tell, MW"Dg, !-yCA4
,$ : thb. court during the entire day .1'J1 gJar" fWte&SWjSXi
{ 6it.Fer-
more tree was cutis ; feW ( .
.J : Q. ) and her counsels Mr.. E ton, has' 'considerable
l scly As ire wpnld.'wa'eoqid, : iraintain: m hii5git p 'to : $'t frI
: 'nloN'testimo'ny to ftrolucehi h'n thinks.I :
MZRCJIAXT,4 -.9J. : iq, which :the. .doctor'' .and-I 1 : aiscovered in the ccntnrof t'h trc ooa!.

,1:411 ERAIi'. ; I ) : o b.e.tfj. ,,In:>ain we explo i I that cannot the fail to.convince Mra.vRandwas any.:.Reasonable person four feet rom tbo ground. T&e -&if.aeemed, __
chUd taken
$. n.pnt and .faintiqg. : away
December to be a cull from a female! head andraiat fiarf
whilst its -w
( tfiother'slept m another one' :ubsti-_
,JoEl S.tneg uimu, : J e rIythjed.dAfs! have, I been put itipqsition some fifty,years ago. A
MltHU.. L.L :' iJ care,; and dn-f toted. / : 'T' f':: ,i. y u-, V 'Ii. :6> bole had egi5idto th heart.of the troe .
: _
'. ; ; 'been full of people l Iook-l !' On.the other handtbe putative mpther 'JIrsy the hafr-pct in, D'be Hole'pinged'' rf""''.Thc

1YtcGtnr. .] i rt oat' ',raen., One'\After. PhillipsV Stapfes,-Wilder, and Frost' she' having haitappe red rem k if bteJT t--6om-t i _

WflOLUAE: .AXn : : 1- gaUerie.. r *Jeading J .t from| .marricd8everal times claims-td be able} to sub* hurnanhead. :, ," : .t, : .. .,.. : I .
r .. r- ; I \ 4eefl explored d Jla. stant ate.hei tfatmTlo tho,bpyj who Aba says -. .. ..10." ...tUlt.:. '
'4 : !, but'still e.imlaanjg- merf :icrs by.-Mrt Frost Ho( wasadmittedto t Asy-- -.iti. -4 $'
General [uni: Wfay. iU'iW; bat's thfif n ttezirith..yo, : f .
( ; : : are begtBning-; .Joso >sOroe'Touryearai'T bir trader the' 'name -of. ) ; .
R.E ; I Edthd Frost,'and : Yon loot on in the mooth ***,- ,*
R.D' o ,aa.Io9g M |bewi iarnoirthutceayean'ofagej yIgues8
!4Uiq ;
; ; If you'd" been through what Xbaveyou'd .
& $ ., rW"-L Arii. .n .tnd, asw4lae.sL&id? befureaa.charity.::; ppi1ofMssxcbnett. L '
&cKsotIdLre.o. ,'! > ; )- Dltl1' U 'C' l f;'o'Kent' .' but during this1 timorhismother I loot bad too." "What ther inalferft"WelJi ?
} i-m-U' :23;; ; i : 1 foto) iitys} !:the. > or she',1i/.c1aiin t 1 J:srfch, has paid yoit knqw,-&r:1. Snivels doQ'-Youy! _
J [ dav.., .7' .., .d' little of,no attention him. teter "?.": ; "I discanle l her. last,DghCh"Y

JI4D s.oi : / :;?wfy IO.IlIOnIl'. yJ longer.. joa tthe. Tha.caseirtfnb-bf'tha'ltfaDgest ,on record, OB' :1id fVl i :l r r "wen;; rii fh1 j l .
I: andTriirprobably! lastYqricTeral' :daifs, arrd .are She saidshgaTdntariiieiriI I'd i ianygirlthatwoBld td
; : : :
; F4 : : : *-**"***"*> 1'U
I' "deal o1.interest-is 1 maalestedi'IQ'.the' .t1' _
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Bestorca Major General Foster has now practically relhvquuhedallcontrcr'ovcr ,
.-:The citizens of South Danvers, Mass., have We pgblisb as matter of general inter- : u iisdlctlci ofthe CQuXtS OPTLI2 in aU GOVEINOR.Cases thecinl affairs of the State,.L 1T heras'It ha*pleased the Ne.2..tI&Martet rfA

initiated measures welcoming homo. George cat, General! ,Order, No 28., kindly handcd% joc1tfATUY deem it a fitting occasion to express, in behalf,of the verse rcroovef* from this trantftory rebert i
2t toocukg* ,. ? Slate,my Lkh appreciation of the wisdom,justice, moderation home to that celestial Lodge above Brother '
------_ Pcabody, who is a native of the:town.' by Cot sprgne, under which, .alU perso's1ifl : The President has proclaimed tlut the Insurrectioffhich and Kindness with. which ha has exercised ..thefunctions NIT, meibfrcft3arysLodgeNo.< ._... ,

: Jacksonville, May 0,JL600. -The rapidly filing health "of Jeff Davis js this Department,: now under military arrestf heretofore existed in florida "ti at an end and of his high command. Uad he been the chosen Georgia: ? ..
: nZforaUo 6i The Secretary .of War Ese cutve of the' Instead of the Erotier''i 'S
Se regirdd Commanding And Whereas
; eope obeyed
2 i IL _CU11StT, ,EI>ITO* said to be the reason why;the"President has hall be turned. over to the'civil' authorities.t' *. for, ss w41red at'thoug% thia .ro1au.at1on docs not r General oft conquering power, he could not have mani'Tested Great Grand Master wHho tvnuTmer, fetBe* G.

granted permission to Mrs Davis to visit him. tri aL '.:' \p. "' '' :r xno ioTDaflaI lw, yet nartial law suall be resorted tu acre solicitude for our welfare. had served oot his apprenticeship bee beloir

-The Scnato. -_ ;.. only ia cases where justice cannotJ>eJiad, before the civil In conclusion, fellow- itSzens, I riI! borrowJheJan tojb e nbedthatebcrehe ontd
Judiciary Committee have /3T "We find among our Exchange ,, .the: iribunala. And Major General.Foster, in General Or- ga'eof the Governor tf Georgia and nay, "IcongrataLite IresVand enjoyeterral happiness Ee it ,

vatfreccntly tnitted hn tier up for thc prcfccnt IhVtiomination of Mr. second number of the Peninsular revkvcd dcrs No 23, with words of compliment to the good behaviour you upon this earnest cf jcoming restoration:to interior JR1**?*, Tfc',: In the dCtILo othj
Tampa and of bur people, baa restored to the In bur neithercoa
: for the loyalty eelf-government. condition, fife mystic tie and the country hare to ?
: mo
to practice taw in this Sta Supreme again under the editorial management of jc'viltoarU: fulL ittriidiction over all 'eases-whatsoever, Fclona rectiiudtf of intention, nor noisy,uhBecomfng pro. able \\o&8 The fraternity the loss ',of a fahLfjj r

At the recent term of tho court of common James Glcnnon was hanged at Elizabeth, Sa muel..CraftEsq, ':'' M t withdrawn all nujjtarj control except in a few Sped- few fon of it, will vail aught. ;Practicai dcmo&strauons, the corral ry an honest and energetic man,* uj j
t .. 'e dc. which incredulity itself cannot gamwij?and totlic less, lie was a failh-ul Brother and g
N.J. yesterday for the murder of his wife about a trnstwwhy ?
District S. Turner condi fiw
pica* n Greenville OATr. Let up"anse and reflect how much better ?ur ; ii Icik ou IS..WALgkR. time cannot tWice from our
,roa rat TIMXS. -.->.. than It was tLteUiy twelve ta'onlhs sgd. memory the
and A. Richardson, were convicted of horse a ycarago. /. .,- ; tibnla at present deceased brother- -
Jtfir Editor.'-Contrasting the ,pirit.indicate byit .A) tIlLS time lastyear, e'R
)3ut theniiliuryerttemour.capj-
the 27th'ofJuIy The cholera has partially ceased its : Aft7zRg, ? ?? FLORWl That We sincerely) eoudoZwth; ,
ateaiing and sentenced to be hung on ravages orJtn* ti,
following extracts, with, that pervading the! .every.djy Ul and took-posseiiaou, j > 4 '.i. .: ; ? family of oar deceased Brother In their 5
tf sutdIcrs'ws,8tatiOa
the -
: among passengers of Virginia. : publications, I send them with a. few thoughts,suggested pr cd ovuwimarI"wItha in town and neighborhood company and their will was I GZK'IRAL O&CCES, And would extend to them our heartfelt ttnj
.. have -The Northern Pacific Railroad Bill was defeated every No. 23. to them in their hours,of durkness and nS?'
agreed "
Austria: Bavaria sad Saxony thereby. ibeonr/law we knew, The functions,of v r4ciyzt"pa t
to Dim who doetb all
**T .s .A* .T*rt i"fei* ExccutiveLaad IIis Excellency, JPrc5ident, ia las proclamation of tlirps well. lIe] U
in the House of THE SOUTHERN BELIEF BALL AT tr3te %vre i
to out reform of thof German constitution. by a majority twenty BALTIMORE. a w. the 'yidowi-rid
carry a several othtr cf our most eminent citizens were in pri the second iituitt!luring dochfrci! !tbat, the insurrection! sJ.flbetqjbq ttberiesa,
Fifth voS tes. .. : "This ball,, .under the auspices of parties connectedwith' which Jie.iolreJt That a blank be left
dl'A boy was bitten bjr a mad dog on took Our laborers were.notia our fields. There was but beretToreisted in the State of Florida! b at puge npoa owl
; the late Southern Relief Fair last \U
ivcimfe The -The Fenians arc said to be: congregating place event little food and no money in the country. We had 1oIarly an end, and henceforth to be M regarded ;' on which shall belnrfcribeU, ie'narne, age,s
New York ori FridiycTcning. dog ing at the Front Street Theatre" and, although the. eve gJ the U.S.ah Jnd the Honorable Secretary of War, having with the ,.out decease Brqtlier. _
all iropcr&y
: trias subsequently killed.. at Ogdcnsbnrg in strong force. In g Was*fl Inclement one, there as a fair attendance, ne s oLr person cate.s41Ii Ii4' k fMn I approval of the IVeMdenr/declared! in- orders of the 9th Rt. Leil; That tl furniture of ithi LodW .
Colonel James those present entering fully into theeiijoyinent of iJn e- 'a .Ib Ieatd: instant, that although the "President's proclamation does in mourning for the epace'vf tllrty dip, mj
..:_The officers have seizedthe books F. Rusting lias been brevet-' 'sbipe"of sf
revenue c&t don, and the whole affair ptpving pleasantnalt to member of this
not Lodge
resolve Buffer without remove partial law, it b not however required .to ft,8 -
An heroic to a muranr expedient, to e
And CindiniiaU Hail Line Com ted Bitgadrcr-Gcneral, and sent on a topr.of inspection tho great fair. The parquette of the theatre wus floored e resort to badge of.mourning for.tha
: of the Lpajarille whatever tw! conqueror might choose to inflict,,waajrlsl* military tribunals in any,ewe where justice cad came space of.time. '
and lower boxes
the tier of
for a failsro to stamp freight Tcceipts.Ao in department i of South,Carolina.rMcmphis over ect&torB., Around'the'uppNii' were.American wUJ1cLs4'.fUgi Wttrf bte oa the countenances of some, while deHpairtookno6scsaion : be attained through the raedluhi of, cIvQ authority; Jiesolred, That a certified copy of these
pany ep And the Resolution?, under veal of the
of the soul*and painted itself upon the faces I Constitution of the State of Florida, having Lodge be sent t.
attempt has.beenmade to assassinate' May IT A serious diffitulty occurred appropriately arranged, whilw the second tier was decorated 4)Q othcf3 of our people.' Let m turn from the xtrateirfp'etwn1 provided that all the inhabitants, thereof "are free and ily of oar deceased Brother,and a like copy

the Crar olf iRusbia, bat the bullet missed his per- herd this evening between,the Policemen hung with three evergreens.linla of evergreens Aci osj the, in front the of centre the, stqgq of,. >jfig jtUwpre L': of.so painful' a scene and consider our present F. shall enjoy.f color the rights" of- person and property without distinction sent and one to St.to the Mar Ci'4 7 Lodge papers, Xo.wh&,-a:at St JU i

: .*on. ; .' nnd some negro soldiers, growing out of the.attempt Love?displayedia and large beneath JeUew,the this mottoes"wordi, "Labor fTTetli, F.x Cur ditiou.Capitoi ia.igam. bccupicd"t byai- Executive andth I And the CourU; being now organised in said State, and published. Fraternally Submitted request tiutt,

: The cUwing away;oT the new-: Atlantic ca of nn oflJccr;'to arrest a white man, and like the, gentle immediately dew from Heaven,*and "Do,unto"Jt oth'frtaa b er'officer! chosen by the pcopletae hiws sic admin.- the officers". and people in general, Well and loyally disposed t .JOUNT.PKIUE, *
l L ir jd by judictal oOTyew regularly appointed! imder the so,.that the .Coudtitution !Valid the laws beustainfd r OiL. KEEN, }
the aVrcst can
ble ioafd the Great Eastern was commenced: negroes interfering to prevent the ye would have them do unto you.1 The musiew"I
# on and enforced therein JOHN CLARK.
t constitution. The provost marshals and the troops are I by proper civil authority.. 'S
rendered uad1'rof.
capital,being by pcrfonncra 5-
some fifty
on the14t and the laying of the calje will be The fight was kept up for two hours 'between Hose, comprising hU entire orclic tra) wad ltarnopJ, gon?. The prsjn doors June been unbarred-ouH cit '- State rFd raI;*- .r .

commenced ori the 14th, uf July next. some 30 policchicn and about 150. negroes. It ba nds. About nine o'clock theball commenced v.Ui| a ,zehs are again at !liberty., 'Our laborers ore again;in bur And the bill entitled, An act to protect all persons OBITUARY. -
j jA the United States in '
: fields which abundant harvest. Our their civil and
grand march and the entire ot promise an people rights, to furnish Charted this life at his
programme ,
i majority of the Cabinet arc quoted as I was finally.-quelled by. tlC ICth U. S.,Regulars. was gone through, apparently to the twentymodances grot eats. have enough of money to supply fhe necessaries k and evenPome'of means for(their! vindication having become a law,- Florida, oa'Sunday morning; April 8th near Jacl
One policeman was killed and throe'wounded. faction of those in them. .The house and the luxuries of life, 'and we Teel" easy fa the It is therefore ordered aa follows:,-. Nil ,1868,1
k favoring the re-construction report. Esq., formerly of Bam well District So.
; L (
AH in ,
posses-Jon of our landau TEe, confiscated- has persons th: Department
property nsder
MrV novr
gas Laving been furnished ,gratuitously by JQil TFOUD inilita48t h year of his The death of
-The Gainsville Era says that on Sundaylasta Eight or ten negroes were killed and several' and the musicians charging only necessary"expenses .: nepriy all been restored and even the tax sales arc, bang ry arrest, shall be.tumed over to the d'.H authorities I for furnishes us with age.another assurance of this the estlaaUJ .1 J

Miss Jackson of that county was remov were wounded. the boll will doubtless help to swell thefundiof declared null and void. The e'nllen resolves of our people such trial, except soldiers and .thisa subject'to inilitary law life,*and compels ns to exclaim, "Truly 'in uacertca tie S/1
-New York the lady managers considerably. iiifcu to sufil'r in silence, and the utterances ofdespairbavc.bsen.'voaverted other person* 03 shall be detained by Special Ordcrahcreafrtr life we are Jn death." HIS Illuesa Jr
of the May 2.-Advices from : was brief tod
from onopfthc corners room ABpin- of conilllnce ic n
lug a gun : 'The Conscience Fund of the Treasury Department tras Lato.eJprccsioDa ; ojie fcsued from these Headquarters. iiigly severe-eleven d.q'from the !
to a toore safe or convenient position, when wall have been'received at this port A. report further augmented to day,'by the contributions ,of|wo; and loyalty to the' general government. Lift and'energy .. L. la'fjKre. Commanders of DLitritz and Poet* Will,- the attack, and he wu a lifel&a corpser commencen 16 s

unaccountable H became of the fight between the Imperialists and Liberals unknown parties from* Illinois, amounting to ,$33 ,03.", and industry are everywhere visible.TfccJiucjJuoa'naturally when requested, assist the ministerial officers of the civil L unlocked for'and baa fallen heavily upon thl*'*-'r
some means itself authorities in
-Baltimore Sun piescnts wbon are'-we making arrests; but will arrest no citizen I end sorrow.Btrickea family. Mr. .Nix '
entangled in her dress and shot oft discharging in the State of Oazaca, bad reached that city,' Now, that white robed, Peace has been sent.to dwell indebted for this great change? JLia the answer b that, on their own order, except in the absence of the proper band and father, ..accommodating neighbor was i icitizen. and a

its contents into her body, from which she died L in which it was stated that the latter were successful among u*, Charity' and Hope greet her.'comingsteps. next United lo States.GOD,'our Ej thanks cia wise s u due rcconstmcticn to the President policy he of bosalmost the civ form authorities their duties, or;upon&nd ia their all neglect such cases or,reualto nnlea the per circumstances Chridtain. Although Church he not a' member of anjbraachjfi

in_a short time after the accident ,driving the Imperialists before them, and Crime, Disorder, and WicVedness 'from the Intensity cJ r led us stp*bj |tep, and little by little, until by.' provided for in Paragraph III exist,they will ma n.- lie observed in was all the emphatically relations of sneakiujn life, aad *

At Lafayette Court, Capt. A. A. Knight, captured ,,700 muskets, 5 cannon, 2000 mules,, their deeds, seem determined to dispute bcrgentJe sVoy. '."sensible degrees be has conof.Dcsp'oadManJpUccdourfeet us out of the tSi' <-''F> immediately authorities.III. turn over the persons arrested to the civil hid intercourse with his fellow men, tht requiremau}j-

Hardly do our pained hearts rest from tbepcru. of theappaling : upon the high ground the golden "rule, "do 'unto all 'znen,
formerly of the U. S. Army was After a searching much ammunition and a largo amount of mon and details this of'Hope. But, fellow-citizens,I aifl pained f o be obliged .- Should anycafccr cascs arisoia which citizen, would that men should do unto you." whatsoenj ,

examination admitted to practice law in the 1ey. ; disgusting m inlereraad liatj to siy-to you that the Tresideot finds himself, on account agect of the Freedmen's Bureau, or a Commander of a In hia !last illness, Legaveevidenceofhiap
paying the just ofthc r crimes tilT'wq tllnkthe of'what he has done under difflvultieA, District, or Post, shall deem that '
Valparaiso has been bombarded -by- thc penalty for.us, great Tba justice will not be done for death, in assuring his friends and family,thsth
: State of Florida. So thus the North and South I measure of rfri, full: &nd running over-whenfrom the 'cn tir Southern delegation, being excluded there before a civil tribunal, they will,respectively,report such I no fears whatever of the dread Monster."
Spaniard* and the towp anutwtnty million dollars Congress a majority Ot two-thirds him lientands case or casw, together with
: against
affidavitS'showing the lie has
; becomes united. bottomless d.'pths seething crime necessity left a wife and six children to mourn,tits],
worth of almost! alone on the ramparts of the constitution, but for military intervention, to these
destroyed. Great blanie Headquarters but they' weep not ta those who have
property 14 no hope fit -
-The Ohio Legislature las passed .a joint Decring" demon, sending a thrill'of; horror, th'WKigttJ th ink GOD, be has an undaunted heart and a stalwart and consideration and the necessary tction. faith in the genuine tutbfZctioa that he then,

.resolution amending their State constitution by is attached to the British and'American Ad tsirals J tho uiost hardened h arL; We turn from ssidb, and witt n ith which he wields the fkniirg sword jut-Ike and IT.; General Orders No. 4, C. S5., from these Ileadqtiartefa was not afraid to diet assures them that gave their loss tisj

for not interfering with their ships to tenfold pleasure, to the ladies, of the SouJiera IJelicf p ruth,i His enemies pano atlenuon to; iU iBgvpite ,'are hereby revoked. ,. Eternal Gain.'
extending the right of suffrage to the colored pro. ; cgainst their, infractions of the 'constitution; .but By'command of Slojor General J. G. FOSTIK:
vent such wholesale destruction,.instead of leav Fair at Baltimore, whose unsolicited efforts and IndicaUons seem madly resolved to rush into consolidation aud centralism 'CTARLE3 3JUNDEE, <4 The husband and the father sleeps,

I people. in the harbor.ed of good will, stir with ,clirion note ir' drooping; which be pronounces as dangerous a heresy ai Brevet Brigadier General & A. A. G. Beneath the grassy nod,
;-The Mexican Times says that the production spuits-i-refreshing, "like the gentle! dew frca B>avcn." accession! it.e'f. They cay that what ie liardone for us May 1 0 1 1 28An Bat while bis body slumbers there
LcufisD Carapell, Esq., has also been confirm makes him a usurper. They suy that we'disloyal andrebcIlious"ahd"'Hn His spirit ia with God IeVfarabore
of cotton in that Empire is steadily increas- Charity comes, like the gute.notes: ;bf the eimmer wind, '
as Minister to the Republic of Mexico. tYor-the enjoyment of civil liberty* "order ofirrest _Las been issued by Jwlg e
I -ing.v- -.- .. -. S.. a wakening sweet echos of the'pest; whei friend pet Ha eaTs that we fare well and loyally disposed" and thst Clarke, of New York, Wm. JI. Mills T tie sneaky,
friend, in delightful intercourse, with" no funeral pal, to all t the laws, both State and Federal, may.be enforced by against lie sings with spirits Just,
Chowan North Carolina said to THE POLICY. Otto Barstenbinder
county, cast its' 'ehadow. Under the influence of the "Golden tbe civil tribunals. They denounce him as d traitor,'and J..I1. Prentice and J. De- :Ahd God win bid.Angelic hosts,

t be A perfect Rhinetanid for wine. One gentleman Now that peace and quiet -bave their place Rule," tliine, charity, be the "Xabor of Lore,*? to'eoflen if we may regard.the utterances of their newspapers, van, as shippers in that city of the 'package o ftroglycerine Keep guard around his dost.

makes 15000 a from 100 arcrcs under again in our land naturally TVC confess they are gathering strength to impeach and remove him ni which exploded in San'Francis- To all his loved left below
ii year yet unwisely the shaddow; through which, even now, my be dise'riied from I ii.highjbilicc. floridhns.were never known I to cd on'the 19th inst. WeBs ones ,
Fargc&Co. .1 The blessed Is
grape culture. in our view, old associations and old 'attachments : faintly glimmering, the Star of Hope, i ," turn their backs on friend or foe, and therefore you ask the defendants for suet That if they live hope as God given;
what property destroyed at the require!);
Underwood of the U. S. District are fast their influence. The slightest indications of good will we hail with con.we.de for the magnanimous who thus bares
Judge regaining hUbreoft in our behalf! against such fearful odds? "Ilyanswtr explosion. Bail has been set down at $100, Theyll meet him up in Heaven.

Court for Virginia,sitting at Alexandria decided Unmindful or discarding willingly, the teachings pleasure,'come from what source they mty. 'As gentle Js that the best ay ia which we can a&>bt Lim O O.. .. Then wife and daughters dryyour tears
music of unseen fairy springs, each add a' tinsltothe; and serve the cause of truth,justice aud the constitutionof ,
lhat'the Peace Procaraationdoes! not restore of experience, there are even those who wonld God has bat churned his own,
many heart strings of our Nature. Hope welli up, clear our coantry, is to keep cool and quiet, obey the laws,: Henry S. Fitch Esq.,Savannah has been And if you to the Saviour live,.
the writ of habeas ( The tax again fasten the tbe chains of and by the daily of lives force
iorpu new upon unwary, party and strong,as the faint rumbling and sbaldng among the beauty oar conviction on confirmed the Senate You'll meet him round the Tcr ne.
tbe minds.of all that 'we by as a U. S.
would be are not unworthy rot.freedom. Attorney
bill increases the tax on cotton from two to five ; gladcncd, the popular mind vreremadened dry bones, gives birth to tbe "conscience find* Let na constantly remember that every' lawless 'act any' 'from Georgia. Jackson'ville'Fla.,April 23d,1869.

: cents per pound, payable] by holders.It anew by the fever prejudice. Gradually 1 May this restitutirig influence,reach 'notonly, tlle de' individual iii oar State'may"commit, and every indiscreet Xew ,

is stated Queen Victoria has sent an antogragb ,and guardedly, the feelers have. .been putout Unquenia of the Treasury Department,but extend through l expression t ed nd pWiIined that may b.oad be uttered caat is immediately th-Nurtherii exaggera-; York April 23.There has been thirteen "Why, Bill, ..what's the matter with
over biati a new Cholera
letter to'the Pope, thanking him for the way re-opened, by at least a seeming' the length and breadth of our fair land, til ever/ wrong: the view of inhiug it appear that the l'resident cases admitted to the hos-i You look down in the mouth." "Wel l

his action against the Fenians, and offering him concert of action, for the restoration of that; the la righted. May Peace and Hope remain and Charity, w rong and his enemies right. We are passing thrcu"fecrful : pita! ship and five deaths have occurred, !leaving I guess if youM been through what I Laii,

dearest of all, wate over her banners oft >e, ordeaL The eyed of the world are upon% us. Let: sixteen cas&Still'ialiosipitar ThocaseiamorVthe you'd look bad
in her domains should he bo 1- so long ruling in the To such iis i therefore .too.Vht'. tie matter
an asjlum compel party -country. I, ARWJE be wjse ca serpents,and harmless dove?, "Well
led through political convulsions leave his with the ** flesh pots"in memory, the remnant JacksonTiUe, May Oth. 1866. i n times like these, it U the duty of every good citizen adults arc of a mild character, while those- yon know" Sarah Snivels! don't raf
not only to obey the constitution and laws himself, but I to among the children are severe and wifl "Yes. "I discarded her last Bighti
own. of that party, may seem preferable as nucleus, LCommun1&i sec as far as possible that every one eke does so, for each' fiiial. probably5 "You did 'What forf \VelI, HI teRj*|

The recent publication that the bones.of round which patriotic conservatism may centre, CEDAB KITS, Fla., April 27lh, 1866. now for is held each.responsible for all, and all are' held respcncible prove _ _ _ She said she would'nt! marry me;and Td dhearf j
Therefore 1
charge not only officer
eleven thousand soldier lie exposed upon the to the organization of any new party.' 'Under existing Mr. E.Iitor-As an index of what may be expected but also every man ia the state to be vigilant every in the cxerclso "Hello, my jolly rebel, Low.doyou fcehiaii r", a ny..girl tLwdtrein. n.tLD.i&-WafJ

battle.fiel4s.ofShiloh and Corinth is denounced circumstances.vo, d.qn9t feelrceonciled to of the port of Cedar Key, as soon as the ioWa now well Cf all ida duties aj a loyal citizen of the United fcince the surrender? .

advanced in cecstructTon! ,sjiall be in operation, iclo ro States, to see,tLa$ oU rime jiV in&tautfy! punialiHi; aud Very much like lizaru*,* Yank." MARRIED. this cltvca thnijhtiJth.-a
r by the"_c correspondent_ acotcmnorary -'aTlhc- any such policy: It would be iindcr tho most __ 11-. + -L. -I.t.1* bItu hit all Uu! .aadiinrt"'u''llIJ"to' *<> "r th S Low* .that T* at the residence of the bride's father, by tile 2 Tt 1
-- tmmijl LH i. 1 aeoiug nece&iiji a; acrnicr resort indeed of the -
.we some just ready for some frecdidtn/are-dily executed. "Like I : Wiggins,ADOLPUCS ROSS, to Ellif Aof 'A., dAr
diacharging some > liqked bvSAK.
as do" ,
c Mr.TL'W. BBOOME, b.ndTW.' JJ.' IVES Jr., of would willingly entrust thejiefin so soon ajain t tothoKapds twelve vessels 'cading- All the greater crimes,.much u m'nrder, arson, L r., "S.- '. James P.. Francis, Esql, of this city.
lying at anchor, all bu.' ticce
y, rnaVuig quite' a having the surrender of Gen. Johuon -
Lake City,were admitted the Bar at thcCircuitCourt ]: in which the old) ship -nearly wet tt a fleet;yet, this is but the beginning of what'may Ve CXipected. time been punishable aJono bjr the iialilary, up our to njrgis-this Ar.rEnrsVaILD ox NAPOLEON'S Line or CEA- Thanks to the happy couple, the customary fee n

in Suwannee County, on Monday last 'down. The Democratic. Party, however good .There is, however,one great disadvautage aider rates and people have fillcn in to.the habit cf look ug .-I sut up a ypell by.t he kitchen, fire rcadm* not forgotten. Our tindeat and best wishes ever tiMj

-B.F. Jordan was killed at the White Sulphur i in principles, failed, signally failed, in execution.-'; which labor, which arises from this not b.ing aportof : r awe fter!aone this to the will military not be Tor the'.casc.lha arrest The cf military Senders have, but ceased here-;: ,Lewis Nspolcoo'a life of Juhis Cea ar What TOO.a '

Spring on Wednesday last by Thos. :F. This is acknowledged by even the most entry," and which necessitates the "entry"and "co x- to arrest cir< upon the warrant of the civil nmgistnues. reckless old! cus he was J Yit Lewis picture*
eloquentadvocates anec"of vessel coming from or booad to foreign I'trge the ui3guraics end pvcple! themselves.to ba h im in glow in' cnlfer Ccasar made it lively'for DIED On the 3d fast., at Jacksonville, P.ath.ocrrso .

"Wesson. of this policy We quote from tb.o going! all the to St. Maries their jorts, prompt,to appr.-head and p-inlsh all violitors of, the the boys in Gol, didn't lie I lie sle*ed one'millioa K L'ARJBISC,infant son of Mr. and hal
way o get : GLISSKJ
Dickens declined a recent invitation to read Augusta Press: :. Is papers is l law!, of whatever gride.; of citizens, male and feniac! -Gauls and aged five months.
a great hardship to ship owners and masters of vessels I
before Victoria on the ground that he would notgo "But that know that our people ere loyal.ind I feel under i no Gaulnsccs- ahd thcn'hc soKl another million of
party iras tud drawback
Corrupted., Designing a to commerce. It b expected thti.we necessity'therefore 'of iuip'rearing the duty of loyalty NEW Avk.RTISTNTg.
as & performer where he was not received as demagogues became its leaders-preaching one will be able,to load and despatch at.least, ''100 tois ofchipping ; u .n them, but I nish to warn tLcra particularly against iuto slavery. lie niinaered this cheerful -- '
all expressions of impatience which can, by svrtcmof style of thing for sum tim,when one day he was
gentleman doctrine in doily, and most oi this will
: one section and practicing another. necessarily trf'to : tortuiog, be construed, into .utterances of disloyalty* *sinated in Home by some higli-toned Roman THOMPSON &'C ARPENTES

r .:-A dutch girl danced nine.hours at a dancing doctrine in another section, until it ''finally disruptcd foreign countries. The great importance then lo com Suck express ions are all reported to the Xorta and magni gentleman, t fed on.by_Mr;. BrutPAhrn old
match merce, of at once making this a port of tntry, u,oCvtousto ed and made to play an important pait.ia the war upon : ., Proprietors of,the Poughieepse FoTtt&j;
m Chicago, took six glasses'of in Charleston,' the breach the President. Druty inserted his knife into him, Ceasar admitted L.
widening at
.Every inU&peratd paragraph ia
any discerning business min and necdj.immediateattention. a ,No. 374 Main Street, Poughkeepse JT. T.
that he ,
laggerand asked for breakfast Baltimore and colapsiug the Union itself Withits'fall ( newspaper u particularly adapted to tLij purpose-acd was gone np; His funeral was a greg Lt
"';-..The fever.is '( At present, it b in the St. Marks Di&ict,: here I bog leave to cay that 1 think it b high time that .success, the house leirrg crowded to its utmostcapacity. : FOUNDED 1831,
ship to at the
: prevailing a very alarming subsequent Presidential election." which 4 embraces- all the port from St.' Marks toTan"' *1l.* .the custom which bus so long'prevailed ktaonjj our, p 10- Ten minutes after,the doors -]\TANUPACTTJKERS of Sugar. Mills, (Two roIlE;

extent among the crowded tenement houses And this is tie policy recommended to our dividing tlas District into two, making St. Marks! Disis. 'rBy pie and newspaper, both South and North'and, with WH-h opened the ushers Lajto put cards which were ivJ 15 i inches in Diameter, 12}inches long; three J
in trict extend from James Isand'to! disastrous result.! of speaking evil of each other;should up on Mill, 15 inches in Diameter 16} inches long, with Sot
;Brooklyn. favor odnindtho.c
a "tried in Stand "
; policy the ballance ar was printed in Room
and found lx de&cd from-it Li a custum certainly much more Only. of the best white Oak.) Sugar 'Boilers Caldron fit
1 -The name of Gen. Daniel E. Sickles was wanting."' Experienco.admonishes us, that wo' Keys District from Ocilla to Tampa, would be much'kct- honored in the breach than ia lha observance and u productive ; I to bedsat last. ,"Aiu ,so,'! I.aul, 'tbon' or without doors and grates for settm* same, and ac*

sent to the Senate to-day as Minister to the advise long and-well ter,and certainly add greatly' to facilitate commerce/"It. of nothing but evil continually. I. am sorry to hast no ear, foj sweet melojly 'fV.A.silvery snore; ble legv Gin Gear; Potash Kettles, Soap Boilers H>
t ; ere we close with either: .to be hoped this matter, of so great 'and'"growingportance ray that some of our Southern, newiipapers are copy I zig was my only answer. Betey slept ties, ..Manufacturer's Kettles, Wing .Gudgeons, D >-

Hague. '. an old or a new party. will receive the early attention of. fbe Secrfta; to'c1ieiy'the bad example! set by some ia the N'ortbj B ells, Kitchen Sinks, Cistern Necfat,Water Basins,0*
( _. ____ The otily object of certain jonrnala would scein tube toprejuiice ARTEMUSVAID.. Front Fire Bendeo
-;The Timet : "We Lave much of *, Well' Wheels, Foot Scrapen,k
says pleasure
Treasury under jwhoso, direction this
ry ,
ei one section of: the aga'nst the etL '
T "The Jacksonville Tiinti has couutry; ;r. Will supply Merchants and others at ManufactonAprices.
again bands
announcing that a marriage is about to take Mr. \y. n., Casisty, Esq., being the new changed Editor- and rests. More anon. Yours, ''IL; rfd iheyincep 4t6eir' tUvr ption UsU'fchd enlarge thelc TUEMVID1aEn OF SlXTEXX; WpMET.The' ,.

place between Her Royal Highness the PrincesMary prop etor. It It noticable, however, that its principlesare advertising comnms, they appear not to care what I become examindtion of Pliillippe,'the murderet'of IJ Parties wishing to.'purchase' any of the articles
the tame and some change ought to be made in that LIST OF VESSELS: IN PORT OFCEDAR, KEYS,FLi of the cocntry., The Northern papers of this clasirtjcct'as men in'the Rue de ha Yill'Evoque Par& is merated above,win thus save' the commissions efJrt
of Cambridge and Ills Royal highness the respect Perhaps the withdrawal of Government adverin APILIL2th, J866..I OdiO4Ll 4 all.potiee of everytUiug'' g/J-wl' that ia approach] Its"terimoat now York Merchants,usually not less than 25-per cent.
d ia tEe ng ton. .Cri
I Prince de Teek, son of the Duke Alexander of Using would haveWhatever the desired efcct.&ew.E'ra Dark. Milton North jne South and collect with care every instance of have been ineapears.I ti>: The above articles delivered in New. York Cltyfrtl&
master, loading h.IcWL Lid lawleisnws, greater small,real oe imaginary, and parade a monomania with him, and the II Ut freight. to
Wurtembnrg.; the stand-points tho>ound of circumstanccs'may Cloud, Freeman, master, discharging; schr. .T. .1. U ill, it in their;columns until the mind of their reaJtrs ire quiry haslbfonght .light ndVless than sixteen .Apply' i
whatever Baker, roaster, loading; cLr. lUnpold, .Lloyd! Tnastcr- poisoned iiguiatit.ns and tLcy iitake thu eel of lawle.s mtudera CHRISTT.igenttJacksonville
.' -.Mr. William W. died Boston assign ns, the suggestions'from one committed by Mm on of these ilon&'
Clapp at loading; echr.Union* ,Read,roaster, loading; sclirEJn'rird individual for the uniform coaductuf the whole women t ,
May 1st, aged eighty4hreycars. lie was formerly the view, we shall ever appreciate JC Kiddcr,. Allen,,master, loading;, schr. ( in. Knolj I:t5J comunn.ty. five were in Algeria, three in Italy and eight I m May 10-tf 23

berta,toaster, loading; ecbr. R. P.'Kin ,Smith Oa the other hand France, nnd all by their.
well-known disinterested regard expressed in the above briefnotice. discharg some'of our,Southern papers< noUce -, cutting throats with ;
editor 'and
a printer }ri .that ing;'Bchr. j John Tender,' Jr., CrowelL-, waiting 'sc br.; othing good ia the Northt but cull with'equil cartfevery r razor. 116 displays "a'reinarkable
We do not feel in the least J. Weldcn Smith i- cynicism, ar FORTORLB.STOA'
agrieved Br schr: Sea Drift lustaLce '
I city. talned. ; : .' ,.vt'- fie* of elopement, murder, theft, robbeiy' on firs! entering the office examining judge ,
-There for being classed "a: publican and sinner." : t arson,burglary starvation; destitution, Jlormoniion, fro ije .SAVANNAII AND FEBANDINJW
cjeveri'.hundred balls pressed bisastonrshrnentthat
:vere. 4. ,Jl ,. MEMORANDUM.Schr love, id, unti} their readers :are'taught believe that he should not 1) THE'
I in Paris in one night And, the last grcat/'hlt" It is n6t so severe ; 'Mary, -, .due. .fronv Jacksonville; Bvelinc, the North is utterly Corrupt.. Now tliw Is alt wrong. I permitted fo ambketliere.FROM '"" NEW STEAIY.I'SUI,1D'ICTATOB.

.1.Sentnce of death Las been pronounced Indeed, it is but an old familiar song of the past, Powell,nastcrj''sailed past week for New York ; steamer: have lived all my.life in the South and have been much I- M" "*" i ir

the Ella,Morse, Quarternuutre service, arrived and departed at the North, aiid tie result pf my'observations is, wLilo \VASU1NGTQN .
epon Probost, the, murderer of the Deciing heard.again.in present Era.' past week. __ ,' / v. gi$ too much vice exists in either section, yet the good in ; ,\ CAPXAIJT li., M. COXETTEB,

family. .Gov. dw tin will sign the death tr- Regard should be met, by regard. In this .. buth vastly preponderates. And besides tliN, we irethe WamveoT :f w May 6.. LEAVE ADGB8
-A match type-sticking race came off I between L brethren, and why should brethren stlive to blacken ,A negotiation of considerable magnitude has just been WILL '
prit then ivc **
ranVan 'fix:the day of execution, at an early sincerely condole with our neighbor characters of each ; every Tuesday moo in' at *
other? The God concluded
of battles has with the
two irre Mexican Minister ::
that lie too lias not "a compositors few days ago at Iv d bare, web involves ,m. : and Savannah, every Tuesday at 4 o'clock?*
jinger the vocalAj reed that
in pie. we are one pvopl IVe must IC ira the cession to certain
pcriod.Tbe City. A. the Iowa IJ live leading American capitalistsof KETTIRNING
.p- Keniir.hf 'CityPre; to together aa brethren-"Btbold how good and how'
singular proposition of exGeneralLewis ST It is with no less pride'than pleasure, wo '0'U' ; Bell of the Council Bluff Nonpareil, each pleasant i it b for brethren to dwell together in unity. If nearly the entire peninsula of California. Will leave Jacksonville, every*Thursday morniD $

Wallace has been embraced in a bill' give the is like the precious ointment upon*the''bend.that ran The failure of the Merchants' National Bank of this o'clock, al tp." and 5avannah'eVery'JFriday; morn it]
place,16 Governor's thousand
which will be introduced Pro'claraation. setingonr ems solid bourgeois in two' down upon the' beard,even Aaron's" beard, that ran down city, which took place on Friday,causing considerable>I ; 9 a. m. Arriving at Charleston some evening.
member of
: by the : '
A '
; Elevated by a unanimous voice, to the high, and hours. The'speed is unprecedented.rThe.IIousc. .' lo the 'stirU of hia garments_ >. excitement. Several of die' citizen For Freight or Passage applyfo .
are loarrs.GovtiQjicnt -
llonse Military Committee to-morrow. It looks at this crisis The grot aim cf every good citizen now should be io E. a*. COXETTER;
to the ,' responsible position he occupies, passed tEe bill establishing 'thegrade "let b/-gonea be by-gonea 0irpe6pie"T trust 'willj ia also a loser to the amount of about$60 o,-* Office on Adget'x Wtirf

establishment of a system of instructionin bow well the confidence hav been placed, i appears -' of General in the army, to which Gencra\\ with one accord,ignore all dissensions on acdoimt of1 past i 000. '7k, : / :: Agents at-Savannah, Messrs. L. J.GILLMART1N1*
the general education and military tactics for poiillcsl diffcinc .- Peace; quiet pose and rest arej DIBBLE, Agent ai Jacksonville
in the
the soldiers pf the again spirit and intent of this com- Grant will nndonbtedlr, appointed.; : tchutlhp coantry'now reqnires 'llct' as not rake over Naw ORLIASS, May 6. Marcli29-tf'. 2i '
::, army, and also to secure proiDOtion municatiop.; jlowinUd, jet decided, hIs admonitions Probst the raur'dererlof,tho Deer ing.family, the aahis of the past and blow into flame the expiring The troops recently sent Texas ReactIng very bad]v '' -

Jrom the ranks x f those who prove and reproof to. the has embers'of dlxrcrd,, llahy crimes committed during the drunken tows and fighta"are'eonstantfy occoring at G J 4 talc A gcucy for FAICD ANK S"Jy Sc3J
themselves most efficient It agitators inc ur, becn.cqnvi9ted
also,proposes to midst : Let the spirit of this Christain'Patriot,* The Court adjourned till Tuesday, when hbi;ill were not punUhod at the time, and nicst of|hern-, had apolitical vfston. KOBUJSON Agent
Dispense,.with West Point after a time, and to origin-. think It would be best now, as a inpttef Business Mataraoras U dull. The Imperial Austrian! *

ll&livic&nc1eifr9zntli&ns.: be neral' and_ _then_ indeed_ _all_"_will be, veL") bo sentenced. Tbe jurors were out of Court''. a-: oblvion.of policy,'to permit' most if not all ot them to fflcep in, troops are di ti 'I f 6f.iaitquatepay, and w furnithosetsndardScaie1atNev1prices..
,i. -Hon. Dt W. Voorbecs announces, in I tbe JEST TVe icarn from the Floridian, that Capt bbnt.thirty The minutes.', -. But in the punishment of all crimes''that .have teen' forced.. loans: are driving thcrmerchants away. :May 10- 28 tf.

Terra Haute.Journal, thai ho wllfnot be a caniida 'JiBswt. BxiufAEl), will leave ia a week or two East India Telegraph;Company of N committed since the surrender, not already passed upon: .
for Y..cityr appointed D.,J. Magrew to procee'dto ,by the military, or that may hereafter, bq .committed, IretorfimL'Cdftibifore : ;: ,, K5orvn.KtUiy; 5.
; > under any circumstances vrcelectibntofrCoBgresa. L Europe, as Agent for the Southern Export Chins forthwith ) statedthe, utmost vigilanci. 'A: ide. The Convention has adopted resolutions petitioning the ; I F.CvHGHTE &CO.Late .-.

He will, : however, canvass I tbe and Import Company.. -, : ; as raa'ndgcr/ 'envoy,,to;! fioralle rightii'JWtic0'ond' propriety: of the, thing, the Legislature for the passage of an act allowing East Tennessee ( Lighte,Newton & Bpidburys,)
of civil
-.I-s.- connect Pekin and Cantpo, oi.wiU, bc'accom* exercise ; aoj&ority depends upon it, for you wilt
: district for the nominee *3T We have before f cs from tfcncfal: Orders NoJ 28;that tlie 'military tr bu-; a separate State Government., There were 'but .r FISST USPILO1
the. by
us, prospectus ofby panied a corps bfp'ractidal telegraphers, jials still resorted to in ." *" IKgKext Premium at the VtZJ"j
/ may any case, when it shall I ba ; i \ American
: :
n/Satufday .
: ;
night, after the dose cf'the a new paper, to be started shortly in Ocala, -. mad totippear by affidavits to ,tlie eati taction of thd '"The Convention adjourned sine die. Exhibition of the Jndtttlry of all.tfdiions.nnniS .

t T&blwnr, aUliC Old Theatre, at Nashville, some' J.F. Smith, Eq. 'md tobe'entitled The East The Newbnryport Herald publishes the statement Major jBcneraLConunanding that justice will not be done ________ wellknown establishment is now eoiti1'
dissolving Jews which contained .Charles II. Golden, in Jail therd onth'cha'rfoof I
I the figure r of Florida- JSanntr.' '- ,___ '- bunrlanr. in wliioh ha'daima l \n h t;V0, case may occur. If those charged with the enforcementof NzwToaxMay *I. 421 Broome at,'between Crosby,1n4 E1m
Washington holding the United States flag, and been intimate with Mrs. Cunningham'arid the laws will do their.duty,no euclt ease: can,occur Liverpool dates to the 27th have been received. ,The Oty. ''. : MaviO-2S: $ ly

I also some batt1e-piecSwiththrUnited States # "The.colored'Methodists; io Charleston, family! and knows till'about the projected wr -.jjpo General wiU remark that General;Orders. No.,28. rev oke sales of cottoifpr the week jvere 95,000 bales, of wl dci10,000were -
mur Orders Xo. 4V You will remember that it
coal-ofrarms, wer?greeted with a istoraof hisses. 8. (X; have purchased the Second Baptist Church tier of Dr"Bufdcllj .in? Bond, .trcet'.jrf ,f f Y jaf General//Orders No. 4c that prohibited punishment wit by to peculators and 24,000 to exporters. DIVINE & THOMPSON '
'ago.. Etripcs: and the'pillory! .. ,Thus .will Frices have ad'ranced'froni a half to one penny during
eOCUrreDC8laSbCcast in that city,for $20,000) In jjbld- you perceive our civil
much feclinand courts are l 'untrammelled in the adminifitrationS the,week and easier. 'Hse Sx and QrC
9 'Ft *"f r Ho says among. th r thinpjn that Mrs.Cun: >f all closing quiet Middling Orleans ;
!comment, , : Through the light of'the JSVay thcre'is, Wen ningham offercd.. ira thousand our laws, S 'J .
twenty-five d

:1 -:* cwnmissJoo Wf sixteen, influential cititts another of the Mkn9wnvprpcliIie| ." TJbe principle lars and her daughter Augusta in marriage if ol.th house Under correction existing circumstances or suitable jails, without, those a penitentiary punishment! !; ,, .';.,- S., : -20's.. ..O tOO-*,,-- tn':. .- ftTowi '. '

T> >|$ojnliBdl)> bQ.City.Cun iIto u the same. would murder Jr. Burdcll, by ''whoso'dc ntoy"be absolutely necessary in some cases ;but under' the t., 1j' .
Nzr' '
Hh the M Cunningham TTpuld. get"one hundred tbjjur' cfrcumstaneescf pW present."cpndil'on I recommend May 4. Graicninjf GiZdnj1. Oag rrb11 !
.CO r nov1 ipe1 *Uthoritiesand: citS- t3T Tbe communication signed "H"should Band dollars. that very sparing ose be njad**of>them, and that thej Cotton bftnn, at 34 to 35 cents. Gold 2fl. ; ; .

&ens 'of, incipngtt| [;;xe *rdsngrailway )have appeared } last also the list \ lie declined thJbbnttookAuguto: be resorted to only messes where no other punishment* Particular whitDgOLD S'Pdi
n our as, of vesJs I bo will answer as wclL lam jnaking'application, to 1 : a Ktt'1M NzwTonx |
coramnnvcation between ancinn&ti and Nash now at Cedar'Keys. The omission wai no theatre and tctorb d with her to Bond fciree't and Jtransferred tq thlj Btato- U'&Arsenal"at Chattahootchee lal 1 Cotton b firm with sales of May 8. (s4WPSsU3', : rJ
to-day 1,000 bales at 84( toivtr
rOIe ;Jt'ii believed that theIr morcmtai'will fault of pnri slept in the 'house,''that night, knowing ,beforo to ba used as a penitentiary and house of correc ptIt
njcb1vc'djt Gold
U having ,oaTne f he vrent'to bed,'that the murder bad been tion; and winy application shall be successful, I shall recommend cents. 26Z. Shop Nuuasi&UflJsckionxU2.
welcomed{ com- Is '
I cordially Cincinnati day of this week-' mitttd,., tie pillory, to altogether.the Legislature t< dispense i with itripef and. ahipnotnty. of gold id Euro e'to- i;were I J id3. ..

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i3ii. stall *win>e.pr 'y.any debtor; obligation incurred -. c. -L nOBINON V THE BIBLICAL EXrOSrrpR. --, SCUOOL BOOKS : UMEi "

ittb1 in aid of tho insurrection'or any claim : AMPHLET -V S. MAui
( ora2'pII with title devoted '
fur ,-
J loss of ( crriccor .
compensation of inrolantary
.i:*. to dissemination of WWW and kUtoricotTRCTH V .
111 dce ten labor. V ."% ; '"< "', BEAU a13' 'a.J and the aCectiona
per auullln iaue *- < .. 'cu1Llvatioo'OCOU1''P ,will ,
rj5tt pddre P3. AU 1"perJ discontinued, 5. Congress ,shall Jiavo power to--nforco by {* mbUshed '. the'nndcragn'cd,as soon as the .t.-. '

\Opel 0 of.u!>8criPUonc>plre>- appropriate provisions this arti te./ Hoiiieho1d: : necessary.arrangements can be made, at $2,00perannunvpayable -, ; .' -,
.hea, th tf"* _*.. The Coinraito6 will : a'bill : : !cnon the delivery of the first nnmber. ..., .',. V V I V.
r Alsoirport pronJ-
'. The EXPOSITOR will "contain articles docUli.sJ,cxl-
* BiTESOFADVERTISINa.nl lug that whenever the above. amendment shall .', aad historical first .
Crst Insertion .f L50. getical principles in theolodnl investigatlpnsand 'p Pw-V- J; .
i (to lines or less) ,; : ;
become the Constitution and discusblonn 'F
a of eiposJtioaa of popular errors,
bllC6 part any
* ror .Wrtion..........,v.u. W 4I' 1. ,
JacS months. 0 months. 1 year &atc lately Jn.insurrection shall have ratified a s
11:00 20.00, the and'ehall: have'modified tlo.aost.itt4- cases cf conscience,counsel for the godly and ungodly, fldVV -.I w :'.
Unca..e.6.00 $ t came ) '- -
U words of comfort for V
: 1l1I nelS"AlI'IU 0 CiOO:, ttO.OO) 1ANi\Klt8Su\ :P1'msJAcKsO moonters, butrnetion for doubting favorite Steam Packet ti
So.oO tion and laws In conformity thereunto the Sen funuctlykaowau
and enquiring Christians, hints for ministers miscellaneous 'S TAT 1- O If A.RT .
t ;; .eox o l'l .OO JL "StJohw, :BOW named th ;
.... .fttors: and tprescntatiTc8 from each. Flute, tf articles, and a brief summary of rcfigfous intelligence. WHOLESAlfe' V
I ? .... .......eaoo i?. 5.00 300.00 : ". All and AND lifitAlIi.R. Hellen VV:;
1 fo n.dJ.lY! .ck'Ctedand qualified, may,after having : ; ;,., S ;. FLORIDA.' unpleasant unprofitable. ; conlroterries and all Getty ,
Notice .' taken the oath of office, be admitted to Con- obituary and marriage hoticcs, exceeding. cU lines in' W. PERRY''O.; cnmmandcd by Cipt.0.1'. DTGRAIIAM, fa again! :permanently
I. Post Office length, will excluded V V SAVANNAH OEOROIA on the line between! Savannah Gcrrjla,und Palatkaj -
In addition .
OFFICE nOURS gres.a' eoch. they will.also reporta .prfl 9--tr. 25 As an afflictive visitation of Divine Providence hal Incapacitated J'JofWa, touching at Ptrico Brunswick, St. Marys.Fernandlniv .

' ........... .h..8.A. H.'to 51 r. ii..9 bill declaring AA ineligible to office, under thegovernment the proprietor for pleading the causo Christ TIT AS just opened compla Stock of :;' and all landings oo the. SL Johns River.,toPalatkiarrying

rro'1l...__.. ......... to 10k. 11. of the United States the principalexecutive from the pulpit he appeals with confidence to his friewk V "" BLANK-BOOKS VV the U..s., MaiL -' : 4V;: :; V

6 oee--1 an ci'amft; ; ful1o":, .. legislative] foreign! and judicial officers Headquarters.Cooking J and brethren to aid him in ddag to through the pte&1. V STATIONERY, She will leave Sava&ott every'Bsturtay.al 10 ofclock V
c CfflnmunicatioBS ,
maybc Ureaned to him at Thomas-
I\Or.tll. V A. M arrive at'Jscbonti11eor.Sanday., and returning
bojh Genera]and Statcv. and other under .
( .
an.II' I ICAfcmoons. the Confederate ... ,: yi1It"; .-hii temporary residence-until l otherwIse di.rerted. .' SLAfESJ SCHOOL. BOOK, : wilt,' .(:Sayannab every Tuesday..,.!.,.". -t
Government. '
; v V .
Jm" 9 .n. .'U. FOH J05EPU S. BAKER. For freight bf Passto*apply on board ct
r.nJ Tbur1.nt _, engagement ,
.s H Sr ALBUMS ,
0onwa. WEST, : Subscription received at the Tints"office.. to V .JOHN S, SAiiMlS k CO* .'
I ( unJ IV eicepteL1iTe )/ SPECIAL NOT cES. ,- 'r. '' : .DeeVflhf: V '. ",. V.: V V '. And a fine l&ntment'of N.o> S-tl V ApaUJr

ev.11 e' nO&turJ( ;.' ((' ..\ at 8 P. Jr. . StoVes, V V ARTIST COLORS, V
a019 E.ILFEEDPM. JL FAIIILY HEWBPAPEE.THR which they offeIattE OWestV Cash Priccf :

m-DOW S .MACY,'BAJmcBS, 39Ws.U.sL New. '' ". I oj V V : V BALTIMORE Wo would pardcn'iariy.Call the attention oft). Trade m FOR ENTERPRISE* FL8RIM.

L lb&w M. n. Ktt,!' of Lake City,is authorized tour York. (Formerly officers of the Park.Bank.) Four ." AT'. .. .: W EBiiY COMMERCIAL, FLORIDA AND. GEORGIA; V "

: Time cent.'allqvcd on deposit v I. : : ja ti RCjlnsOY For the Tear 18CO. to Stock and '
ror mont'Y f'or the per ; xV V V our ; assure them that we can furnish all
and .
"tire==: = =ret'elt===:; __ .The business of tils. bone is ta. eome is anln'cbrpb. 'April, .It-ijf.: J. ,:,'.:' 25', ', :' TUE&RGEST.: BEST AND CHEAPEST WEEKLY. good ia our line at the lowest New York or Philadelphia
= in tIlt -
: UOAD.- Called rated'Bank.' NEWSPAPER pncetI.
PIT! & GCI.T Uu. ,. 1UbLIS'nED IN._MARYLAND., V Orders

of luMnecss to tw* by this roan ,.to Sadereon i Persons keeplcg! accounts may deposit and draw a*they PLANTATIONS.WE ;" .".: .omt PURPOSE to make\fee Wuut ..CoJiJL .tie ISST': 8; I86'tfPnILiioxi byjnafl promptly attended to. .'.

way much pleawJ \\1 please, and'will be*Jlg wed interest on their daily balance JciHcuucne.of the very best V

and back, we were it four l'r. .- have :Tor sale some-.of the best Plantations FAMILY JOURNALS IN THE ,WORLD Suawj r. ErsmxH Cxotrn.i, "f

in its condition, ..overwhat .-, .Cheap for Cash or Credit. Sekrttary: -
the marked improvement Collections made'on. any part of the JJnitpd stat a or a repository ,of the sul'\'s.or: literature-containing t president.EIKJAB
months back. It is row Ingood .. TlIURllERSOULE.i CO.- 1 varied ftnd rnstructive information .all of V ': 5V CROvrrLi tTcf-Prfiutu/ ,
it was a few Orders for the purchase or sale of Government or other Iloeg'Building second floor. on' topics cur- ;
rcnfint'crost 'antl 'BtlI'plying reading matter adapted to ,PHffiBIX GENERAL SnEPLET captaIn R
anti think the Company Stocks IHSUEAHCE tJOMPAHT. STEAMER ,
order we Bonds and Gold 12 3t 24.
promptly executed for the April *
running the ,
"and -
taste requirements every member of the family r_ the United State Mail, will leave Jacksonville
fortunate in having the! services, of *o active and usual commission. oct27-3ni, 01 Silver: 'da1,,and, '2 Diplomas Awarded To circle.: Independent of party and without sectional NEW YORlv. .. for Palatka,and intermediate landing,even SATURDAY -

Mr. Bryson. THOMAS prejudice It takes broad and national views for the main OFFICE, 133 BROADWAY..Cash morotog-> 9u'c1ock.and, will leave Palatim
as E. DENAUX '
experienced a Superintendent Strange, but True. of tho Union and welcome the of' for
tenance conciliation
era and intermediate landings Enterprise on every MON
Capital...._... .. ....$1,000,000Assets : '
We in this connection 1 have been Every young lady and gentleman In the United State FOR BEST SPUING HATTRESl and harmony between the sections while it advc- 5I5 Se DAY. at 3 a. mj Retanuns will leave Enterprise fiG
may ay ,... ;.... ...-..,........ ...31, OOOOO
the are btmly engagedin can bear eonietutug very much to their advantage by return Corner ''Ocean and 'Forsythe Street t'ntea'every interest that tends to aid in'the advancemerjt'of .. WEDNESDAY morning following at <5'a..m.sadPaIstka -
informed llmt Company mail(free ot charge,) by addressing undersigned.Those J ladhidoal.end gcncial,prosperity in_the,State and m- V -00- VF' on TIIURSDAr-fliornlng at 8 II: : .--***** ,-
building scn'ml1o'. trucks pr flats and will Laving feus olbein.'bumbu'ajed will oblig&by not ALL KINDS)f Furniture repaired cleaned and var- tiOP.VNVV.V* ; Ocean, Marine and Inland Risks taken at rates Freight for Silver! Springs and all Luiaings on the Ocvlawaha

elioit time. otidng this tard. IA11'others "ill please address,their hediT thebct manner. Soflaa,Chairs;Lounges, Amjrked"exreticrie < the Weekly Commercial. low as any other first class Company. taken through ratesC .. .' 1.' V.*r
.J1tm..rr.aJy f..Ir.1Lo road ,8 Divan., .&, &. recovered and renovated 'PtertUvlar attention to tht /"kIlTan Tarn '
obedient IiOTfaDt as good as the cODili'g'jearwU be its.LITERARY yiten- e / For freight tt .wtf'On boaf3 bite "
new, General and all kinds upholstery done in the best Isolated and their et
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, DEPARTMENTiwhich Property. Dwellings /urMtart, fur V JQ'n .cURK; .Ae t7
The attention of shippers and travelers Jan. 11 manner. careful and selections rom iLl 0140, three Of'jir'ytar,. V
Zir -ly ,831 Broadway, New: York judicious choicest V Jacksonville; )Florida. .
is ref -
Dictator. To 'onsumptl ', :"FOR SALE. troducUon?, cannot fail. to render especially eatehaiciBg in Ca h. 1

and departure of the Steamer The advertiser, having been'restored to'health in a few 50,006.FEET;". OF'ONE iNCH ,BOARDS.' and attractive. V I' JOSEPH REMINGTON, Agent. : V 6. A. CASE & COI ;."
ArPiy The acbo11edged'exeeItence of the V
weeks by avery simple remedy, after having suffered for C..SLAGER. NOT 10. 18C5- tf. : -, '..
3JMessrs.. Bnrch. having leased the Brickyard several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread March,22d-tt.! : 21 VV ". ., .- NEWS DEPARTMENT V V ,' : V .,#.' ,

outside the limits of tho city, have disease; Consumption anxious to, make known to hUfellowsufferers of the "Daily Commercial: ,'? b a*suQUient guarantee that /3TIMMEJJSE SACRIFICEJ! ;: .: IiT .
j JUSt the of the Weekly Commercjid' will continue to be .all that "
means cure. V
been doing a driving business. Their second To'all who'desirc it,he will send a copy of the prescript- D:91 Sash can be desIred thia relpect, Lid we hue.'only' to say ,dREAT, SALES OF, JEWELRYIVV : .'1 1iI, ,."
.' V
Hn ((180,000)) turned off a little over a week tion used (free charge)) with directions fcr preparing S, that nothing will be omitted that ii necessary to maintainits 8500,000 :- '. -,
and using the same, which they will find a SURE eras character as A valuable medium for the communication ;.

since\ is already more than half hauled away, for COXSUSFTIOS, ASTHMA, BEONCIIITIS, ,Corns, Cows AND '. of the fullest latest and most reliable-'intenijjence,'
and the remainder iTispoacd of. The brick of and all Throat and Lung Affoctioni The only object of V. V tppicVbf interest, to the public.V V V V each article. 'I .,'". .,
the advertiser in sending the' Prescription is to benefit "V S'V'V' TIlE FARMER'S COLUMNwill jg?*Silverfarc of every description Gold and Silver ,
both kilns have been used in the many improve afflicted and spread inform:tion.which be conceives te be i d. S'- ', : be'hi tho'bands of a competent'"editor, who will \Vatclies, Splendid Locked, Superb Tea and Dinner t !, -,

ments in the city, few if any being carried to invaluable d be hopes every'sufjfcrcf try his remedy n .make j 11,8.prominent feature of the paper. Original articles Sets, Gold Pens and Pencil Cases together with Fine Oil t "

'. as it will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing; on agriculture j nd kindred topics, .and facts and Paintings, Engravings; Etc{ within the reach cf'all-of ',' 1ff.'

other points. ... Parties wishing the prescription, tax, by'return mail, AT :' ,'-.;)! Information of interest hit to'the" farming, community will be VV every Man, Woman and Child. T '.. ,

-a. will please address, V ,V' '. ;''I .) embraced under this I Hi AT ,$1 EACH !U! V :''; 1f'
fST The Steamer Hdltn Getty, Captain 0. REV- EDWARD A. WILSON. C. L.-ROBINSON.; THE MARKET REPORTSof until JEWELERS.1':

R. Ingraham, of the Savannah line, has again Jan;.11 ly Wflliaimtburg; Kings Co,,:\ ';York; April. 19-tf 25 .: experienced the. ;"_ Commcrci4w reporte-f, and are the prepared mercantile by competent community and of 129"And not to V be paid are to for receive11SCU'EDTJLE I you know' 'what you :'' CORNER_ OF_BAY AND OCEANS. TEEESl. ,- .. '

rcsuned her place] She duly arrived on San- TO THE'CITIZENS OF FLORIDA: ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.' V Baltimore testify with ohe accord to their superior V fuUnessj'aecuracy ,CFSALE( ;' ",, :V 'FINE V V V V AMERICAN V V 5:5 WATCHES. .. ;( V. _

day. The termination of a Sanguinary contest which for the FOUIt WEEKS after dito application' will be made LIVE and STOCK reliability.MARKET V REPORTis V BY APPORTIONMENT: V V V t. ',),.--t- .'

.... past four YWs'haa presented'an impassible barrier to all i Judge of Probnte bf Duval County for leaveto a feature which commends itself as of indispensable 200'Gold Hunting'Watches.:..,..'..;'.'$ Mlo |300 _) .A't, &Wf' .

SUGAR MILLS: StGAR'BOILEns. social and political intercourse belweeD' the'two great sell the real estate of PATRICK Bm s..L"f late of value to a IntcrCrted in Live Stock, .and it cannot be 250 Ladies' Gold.W'atehes............#. -75 to 200 : FACTORY PRICES/-:) J'ro'

Merchants and Planters will 'find. it to their sections'of our country, haying at length happily cleared said.County, deceased.SARAH! ,UUTCHINS, V giiinaayed that i it is ..superior to .that furnished V byauy 400 Silver Watches;'doqble:'case'';....,., .40 to 80 '::V V GOLD V PENS V VV .- : 1;
Adm't V Diamond Kin 60 100
other Baltimore 200 s.- < to
interest to refer to the advertisement of Messrs. awry all obstacles to a renewal of those relations jwluch 7.bl2-4w- IT ; .An entirely.nev.paper.feature which cannot fail to attract 200 Silver Dinner Sets..:............... 100 to' 150 PATENT STUDS'and SLEEVE BUTTONS, .. ::t. : V

Thompson and Carpenter. Their Foundry has formerly bound us together in a fraternal union. I take favorable. ntionthe coming year, will be the Ladies' lOG "'"" Tea Sets.'.'. ................ '100 to 130 V. r.neW'improvement." : ,V

the earliest 'op ortuuity afforded me by thb auspicious LABOR.ER; WANTED Department under'the heading of. 600 Teapots and Coffee Urns....... ,20 to so SOLID SILVER SPOONS, .*4afk- V
been in operation o.'erthhty fiveycari havingbeen V V Patent Castors. ...... '. ; !
event to .southern.friends and to solicit from Laborers wanted'immediately
greet my to .: warranted coin J h ;.,7:
cstaLli"heJly L.11. Arnold in 1831. ONE on the Florida Railroad. for.the conduct of.which'.we have engaged the services 5,000GoldYestandNeckCimains..V SO : V
them renewal of that extensive business connection '
a V ; .: ..... 15 to' FINE GOLD
Apply to J. E. Hicss 'on the Road to offa gifted Ltdy.whowUl treat our readers to interestIng ,
The articles manufactured at this Foundry which for of has been uninterruptedsave or ... . ...... '25 V
a quarter a century, V R. D. lIE.Unn/ articles on the fa'biolUand all matter of householdand 100 Oil l"aintings: ,< V to 100 V Lever movements. for fctfSJ, iVVtV.c&l; '

must we think, be in great demand throughout by the great public calamity to which I have adver .Engineer and SaperintcudautA domestic economv*, which engage their_attention'andlexcite : 4,000 Mag?t'Spring Lo kets... .:;.V.. ..',';' 10'tQ 20 ..'V Also agents for V ,. ,". V. J'"', tJ
their interest V" 1,000 Gold Gens-'extensionholders.; ..:.., 6 to 10 V f lo' 2'- '4.

this portion of the country. Being personally ted.It I is scarcely on the threshold of a business prill 9-Jt ::5' ., ;: V The following are the 'terms ',of'. bscrlJltion to the COO Sets Ladics' Je"c1rI. supcrbs.. ..... V 6 to 13 SONWS TINE-STEEL:PENS; ;o_(-. ',.- '

necessary 4i 500 Oval Band Dra elets... .:. GIn ,20 which used in all the schools of N. forsale
acquainted with these gentlemen, we do cot Weekly! Commercial, payable always in advance: !:o. are public w York
reunion, I should repeat the warning so often given to RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION : V 1,000 Masonic rins...'....... o.;...;< .6 to. 10 bythegrnaa or'dozen'L, ,
hesitate to recommend them 21 s such and as my friends to beware of all those spurious and deleterious Newsdealers : .. 1 V Copy 6' Yonths' -. "- $ fiO 200Musicllotes.-----.........* 20 to 100 ', ..,, JII,. ..

business men of the highest standing. compound which, under the specious and false thlcs of 1'.1: ". 1'Year 1.60 500 Kb Silver Tea and Table! Spoon..-.. 1S' to 30 Fine watches and jewelry! .;;; -T V '1 .": .
I ., Gold Thimbles.'.... ;.. .... 14
-... Brandies Holland & BooksellersAre 6 8.00 ,' imported Wines Gin Liquors etc. 13 V V'.V 18.00 900 Sit nr 100 l'itchers.................' SO to 100 '
:: \.-lion. PHILLIP :FRAZIER U. S. have been equally de tractive tc the health of our citizensas that 20""V:' V- V 21.00 5;))00 ChildrenV ArmlcU.......... 5 to 10 who has IS 1 years experience as workman" in New* '' "YOrkWashiw'toui .* :
informed *
Jmlge, for this District, 1 left on the 4th, for Elizabeth prejudicial to the interests of the legitimate importci.' 25 ,1M"v.. '. V V .' 23.00 2,000Watch Charms....j... .<. .:..... 5 to' 10 D and New Orle! nS !'V.

N. J. where ( I have of lifeljav.e been in nilopen 30:' ." ?,' .' < 2900 IjiXXXSiherCruetStandit.-j/vikM 20to'>'SO V V, V V .. ;iAACASIMerch : ..
,.l utmtnilj! : for suinc; Many years my past expcndrd THE AMERICAN V I V t p. hIoLLAb. .
40 ',* ." ... . ,ff 36.00 Etc., Etc., EU., EtcV Et. V V .- -
time resided. In the Lite cxcreifo of his official and candid attempt to expose these wholesale frauds. From'an examinntipn of this talile.it will be seen that. Jffi.-The Chaneet in the'divfeion dthatkTe l list of? 2..tt_ 21 V V V V _. ,_t .

No time nor expense bas been spared accomplish this NEWS COMPANY v .the""STcelly-CommrdalU'WaiJabie' to'ctubs ai 1 gIOdSV-Sa.toV1Ie'.di3pOSedOf according to the annexed -V V" .
dutics.ilie decisions V
Jiidgo Frazier have a
Ibr.Sale.VALUABLE ; ,:
salutary purpose, and to place, before my friends a .d the -. lower rate than any other newspaper published In Balti statement of arrangement 'i ;., ,.r,.k c3: /

we are happy to say, given very general satis public generally, at the lowest possible market price and OF NEW YORK. V more. Thu3, to a club of thirteen it. ia'-ecnt for a little Certificates of the various ar'tlclcs,inert oeiay noUraj. A HOUSE AND LOT,In town* ;_
faction. over .dollar tn-1'filteori cents a year to each member; to are put into envcl ?t.5ewreI1 sealed, anti when ordered V R' now renting for$2,100 per annanu '. :' .
in such suit their convenience .
... quantities as might a truly Are ready to supply, at the earliest moment and a club of twenty for, one ',dollar and five cents to each taken out with no regard choice showing no ("or. Price low and term* ester. '.Ap ,<0'** :**? .

j. Low genuine imported article. V on the very lowest terms : member, to a club cf tatty, for 'ninety-six cents and a 1 itsm'and! forwarded by mail,when the holder of the.Ccr- V; V A.'.H. McCORMICE.
The .
W tteatucr Capt. T. Twenty firo yearn1 Imsincu transactions,with the largest fraction: nd to a dumb of forty persons for one year at tificate can ee what he or she can have by returning to lIckS DTineFI3 March IBth 1888.-tf" VV 2oSTATEOFFLOUDA. ; ,f .

WOOD, .uvitig been thoroughly: overhauled and and most respectable ezjxfrtinghouses in France and Newspapers, Daily and_Weekly, the greatly rcooccd figure of ninety cents fcr each mem us the'Certificate and ONE DOLLAR. V'". .:'
refittcJ, IA been placed on the line between Great Britain have afforded me unsurpassed facilities for Magazines Dime Novels ber.AdJrcsji ONE: CERTIFICATE 25 CENTS. -Z
Charleston nii-l Palatka, touching at Savannah, supplying our home market with Wines,Liquors and LiqmurcB Books Publications Editors and Proprietors No. 20 South Street A single Certificate may secure you a Gold or Silver .VsrV DcvAtCocirrr.JosCTraxlLucttLocs S .

Ferniindina nuj! of the best and'most improved brands in Europe, Cheap Baltimore, Mc\ article valued at$100, or any 'other valuable article. V v V4VJ VV .
Jncksonville. L. is ;
Capt 0 In cfumecri
a There art no ll iuk*
in addition to l Holland for the School Books Envelopes CLUBS! CLUBS!IIt < TS' l
mj"own i.4ileiyIn manufacture .
of sold ( BhllforDirvore.V.V.
hare and fkiilful Packages Certificates to Schools. Clubs Agents V .. '
prudent, officer, and understandsthe "Schiedam is otiTy necessary to examine the rates at which the olJ'HX."t" M.aitcxLLors' 7
of the Schnapps. Pens i wants of the traveling public.S3T tested ,Writing Papers., Baltimore Weekly Commercial is o fit red, to'recognlzethe' 1 Certificate to address mail.. N Filing the Bill in the above entitled: 'cause, and
The latter, so long and approved by_the Medic organizing 'neighborhood, sent my by .$0 25B O
.-. _ And evtrjtkief wanted ,by a advaatnge of each individual is by Certificates.........,.......!.,.....,., 1-CO V evidence having been produced that the -said Stephen ?-
Faculties of the United Sutues, West Indies and South which tbe cost the paper to greatly V VV P. Marcellonae the defendant resides out pf th
We Gainesville *
from the Era 11" : 2.00
quote and .
NEWSDEALER OR. BOOKSELLER. reduced. 'A little cflbrt on the part of an energetic V
America" an invaluable Therapeutic; wholesome, per SO with splendid premium V 500G3 State 110rida..to-witt inlheStateof Texaswhert tt>
a )
without comment simply -king due consideration pleasant and perfectly safe beverage. in all: climates and Printed Trade Lists V son will insure to CrsK-liss the iahnLitanta of at each village moderatecost. And '," ( MM 10 00 ordinary process of this Court cannot, be 'served.upi.
neighborhood a newspaper a very V ;
from 'U him.
our merchants and t-uch others the'' 100 ., 13 00
as all excited ;
seasons quickly cupidity-oC V
V ,. ie i 'On motion of John W. Price Solicitor for Complain
We satisfAction In all .Cnrtomer3
are bleeping over their interests. Speaking cf home manufacturers and venders of a tpurioug article tinder Describing' the nature pf the TCcwt Business, how Make.up and send hi jour,Clubs fcf the first. number ,whose. tastes guarantee.or fancies: are not suited can:;F?have;tiei i
the firm of "Savage and Hale of that the same nrvmc: ; .. to do it, names of Papers and aguines, with January. 1866. VV exchanged." V .i ;. in Mid Bill te had on the first Monday In May, !86t.
pacc, after toil and their prices, &. will be sent FREE to ;t. V TO FARMERS., j And it is farther ordered,that& of this' df
the Era I trust that I have, r much expense. surrounded Parties desiring to act as 'agents 'wut be allowed 10 certified copy
sajs : all Importations with safeguards and direc- ,all who ask for them., Address The attention'oU.DJ'D1crs i is' invited to the merits of cents on each certificate. ordered by.them,not less than der.be published once a. lfeeCcOnsecTitrvey! )! for hree .

"This firm has tlt,cnvlafle rcputtVon of dotnjr alarcer tions which, with ordinary circumspection, will insure The American News Company the **Weekly Commercial," and 'especially to the market five being received under those ( ;- Agents will collect months in some newspaper published!fa J-k on\i11e.-* .

business than any other house iu inttriorof the State' their delivery as I receive,them from Europe, to all my report, which are made np with the greatest care. 25 cents, for, each Certificate- end forward 15 cents -- V B, A. Pc.TNAM.r; ":

and we do not think that any on the seaboard can beat customers.I V 119 & 121 NAssau ST.NEW YORK. The Live Stock Mukct Report is .in itself.worth tbe to us.. Jnd;ij Eastern_Circuit.

it much. 'ThijTactUKratifyinstothemany friends of would however, recommend in all 'cases where it is price ft1epaperThe : Letters should be addressed to V STATE OF.FLORIDA, 7, II tit'

these gentlemen, wholuve by their urbanity and possible,that orders bcjent to my depot,'22 Beaver street Feb. 9, 3\11. 15. Famcrs Column'WiD' be made a prominent feature V VDILACOtRTbUOS; COCSTT or DcvAi, ) j
Integ. V
ntywonforthemstlvcsa name among business men. New York or that purchases be made of my accredited V ,V ., ... the coming year under: the editorial'care of a competent : No: 64 & 69 Johns Street, ,Ne* York, V I hereby certify the foregoing is a eeop.ot&J1J

Tbcre is one fact connected with their business which agents. ] DESIUABJ.R' HOMES editor. j V V i Agent wanted in every Town, County and State. original order now on file in my oTCcel V ",."' *

mercha.ats aU over the State ought to make a note of In addition to large rtocV of Wines! Brandies et., .- .lake lip' clubs and send along your names for.the .April 12-6m 21 In testimony whereof I have hereunto signed*
T/.t.lfllr tlot in tried new year ., : -. -, _' L. S. and affixed seal the 22nd ofJanuarv
fraid of Pridtr' id. Their' is die wood I have a considerable of old, foreign IN. [ } 'my name my day
only' house in Honda that advertise a full double' column Wines, embracing vintages of jnanyycarK; bottled up before When a Club of Subscribers has been forwarded addition V 1866. VV V J *
.nil their b SOUTH BASTFLOBIDA.Undersized may be made to it on'the'same terms. 'It,is .not OaizesTilleV. V V V V M. .
success therefore not 110 much to be wonder- the commencement of the war, which I can especially V CIerfc.j
ed at." recommend to all connoisseurs of these rare luxarics. necessary,thai the V exercises of thin Institution were resumed on Feb. I.-3m
his at his diposalHVE VALU. ,. ,. THE !
--4'..,- In conclusion, I would specially call the early attention Lko ", POSTMASTERS VV 1st.; Monday in September, 1865.. We shall V
ROBBERY ExrRAoRDI.Uy.-Aboat of my Southern customers to the advantage to be derivedby .1 ABLE FAUMS; on Apunka land, Orange county of are requested to.act as agents forthe "Weekly CommerciaLj hue a competent corps of teachers i : :'TICK ; .v" : .

the '29th, six burglars, entered 1 o'clock transmitting tlieii; orders without the loss of time, or consisting splendid of the finest Uammoek,or cane, ctpablu that will yield producing .and send:along the names of new subscribers' Tuition in the Literary Departmont according to grade MONTHS, from date we,will apply to the Judge

the cashier the residence of Calling personally tit the depot, in order to insure the fulfilment crops pf corny or promp y.: so that they may commence' with' the fxt -$15 j $25,and $35 per session of twenty jweeks.-pay SIX f Probate of.SuwiBnee.County 'for Letters DIsznaor7frmtheVdmnfli2trati&r -'
of the Xational )) ink 12 or 15 liarreliofsjtupperacre. V number of the volume for 1866. half in advance *the balance'at the end of the
: of Cadiz new able
of their favors from the present large and. well and : one ; i of the Estate of Daniel
Olt tucked and Two of wiJ trjcta have each a goodetock of cattle* < V'
gagged the session.. Music, $23 I V selected Keith
cashier J.
add assortment. V
cUed Ins wife to deliver the of comProceeding TJDOLPHO'WOLFE.Dec.slr3m hogs,_one of CD.cuttle and 50 hogs' the other V.of 49' cat- F URN I TU JtE.I Thankful for the liberal patronage that we have received I J L.W. EEITrI:Adm'XJ
up keys the lies and 35 hog?., V ,
V. the solicit continuance similar favorsIn -
bank and safe. 8 22- Beaver- streetSewYork.. V The Lake on which the farms arc situated ,b"2S miles during the future.past For we further. a information refer to.JH..RpPERA.lLt. ., ,: : .8ORDINANCE R.LE'(1SAdm'rDec.21m ( .

thence to the bank, they effected l long ai.d 12 mile lIillt', abundantly supplied 'With fIsh I ., _'.' ," VV V r0-
an entrance without much Error of Yontli.. Climate fine//fin every day sea breeze making it as healthy! : Oet.I, lJ 65-i-l-lf.V. V' ,Principal V Of
the safe of $ opposition and robbed A gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Debility as any locality in the world. A Canal. of On11'S piles, : ,, VVV t"

aud 50,000. ,?0in U oited Stites bonds Premature Decay and all the.effect of youthful through.open Prarie, would connect theo waters of the. Parlor SuIts Sea 1. Be it ordalaed by the terror and Aldermen o/

in deposits.! indiscretion will, for the rake suffering humanity,send I. Lakq with the Oklawalia; opening direct communicationwith .I PROTECTIVE INSURANCE. i the city of Jacksonville; Tbit. from andsifw .tM frnsv-

After locking the \\'ntctllnan,in the SAfe they free to all who need it, the recipe and directions for making the St. Johns to Palatka' and Jacknonrillr, An appropriation THX ORI'CCULTravifeltifa I sage of this ordinance i U shall be.the ditty cf th Wbtt

made g3od their escape in a band-car the simple remedy by which bt was cured. Sufferera -. has been made by the State alternate section "'*l V Insurance Company, I Committee to see that the owners or lessees- of wharves

tclcapb w1r nn"t 'o'pucs. ,_cutting, the, wishing to pIt by the. advertiser's. experience. can of land for opening said canal. ot iiARTFOUD ., do not charge demand or receive higher rates of wharf.
The robbt'fS a\landollcd do bo by.idJnMuiu
lion near Alexandria the tnd-car at a hta- JOAN B. OGDEN; farm, fur.eacb mile ont whole circumference. ... ., Ins fes Against Accidents of every description.Net : found in Thompson'Digest pages 2.?,-.$,;24:' "*"7 _

station ien miles west of Jan. 11 ly No 13 Chambers St, New ''York1IInte11igenco. Farther Information *jll be, iven upon .application tome : J I if.V:. "- : cash assets December 1st II Sec. 2V Ba it further.ordained.That any person violating
&ubenville I -
and took to the wood, The by mail to Melon villc! < Orange county, Florida1Size j $583,838,12.POLICIES .I ,the said act in the. first section mentioned.on coa-
TounJncv Coflntry has bc n sur- of FarmNo 1.617-aeres-No.'L.ftOO, No. 3. 220 i--. AT insuring against all kinds of acet.Ieitt. (b. Tic oD before th
forcei1 in aroused" and a large' : .. with stock,.Ko 4J 200, No. 5,220 wiih stock. i V any term from one month to five for ; five dollars,and for the seond'offence twentr

The pursUIL -_, Any j .woii in Orange (ou having kind to fell may V ;L .ROBI'NSON.priljji any sum from $500 to I0t000, ,or$5fto $50 weekly dollars* end for each subsequent offencej at the. discretioa
president of the bank has i V c. L at from $? to.f 60 annual pfemhmu In- '
ofFered a ro- PQttT-JACKSONVILLE FLA. ;find it to advantage. to correspond with me. compensation of the Mayor: MEstaWishmetft.
"b'te'Of toooo for the npprtbenaion of the ,. Good and rcEpousible! references given if required. V V sure in the'Pioneer Company TIle Travelers Insurance : of Rates"'of- Dockage i TThar&ja ut

and the recorery tbe WILLIAM' MILLS, tf V '2$ Company of Hartford is the oldest accident Insurance Storage !ia the City of Jacksonville.V ,. *.f
000 for the former and al sccurities $5' : ARRIVED. Jlelonville! Orange County.May3 -. company America; it is carefully and prudently managed Sec. I. From'and.after- passage of this act,the

,OOO for the latter. Mar' Emilie, ''Beaufort,, ,Charleston, to F;:Dibble. -V St VV WILLIATI'I'TGODEny' V ; doesa large business,,and payi its lotus prompt several owners or occupiers of wharves ia .JqksoniD..
27.NOTICE. V ; ; : DIALER w to Dee. 1st 1865 it had .' demand
HEPOET V V 'V V V Up shall be.allowid. .to charge Jiad nfee.lre the several
;.OF RECWSTRUCTIOJf,CoMmTTK: May 4.-fob Gen. Grant.Col kUD, New York', to V ? PORTABLE STATIONERY STEAM ENGINES; PAID OVERSEVEN IItfNttl D*,Lt>SSE3 rates.,hereinafter mentioned for tbe wharfage or

WAsniltiTo Ilaizard 4 Co. WEEKS.after date,. I will apply to the Judge of V V !''STEtM SAW ;MILLS &C. issued and1 thousand docknge.of. teasels lying a .the wharves"fcth the landing
SIX and between thirty fbfly policies.
: '
'ill10 Joint ; April 28. Hay Steamer Lizzie' Baker; King, 'Savannah, for St.Johns County for Letters of Administration of produce and otter good, and for the shipping of th.
\ Comrnittee on 'R C nstruCi.OD. lve to'J SSammisA Co1" on the Estate of John flack! lato- of St. Johns 10, $ V. 157.BROADWAY, Saw YOKK. V Over |90tX)0 has been paid (nl, sseioooo In sums.of|3 to same,and for the storage thereof) and no more, that te
insurance Extant. No.
greed by a vote of twelve to three, My B.-8tm. fleIjenOett71Iograbam,Savannah to county, deceased. LOUISA A. BALCK. Mar'cij1-' .22' VVV | : Best and' cheapest without toe.;: ; "tt>'
tbE roJ!l ".io j amendment proposing Bamnais &: : 8 6w 27Notice. Medical Elimination required. Policies written' March 2-t1 ifJ. V V .:1-'
to the ( hay ,
onsthuo V ". the Company's Agents.. A liberal discount on .. I
to Morton. :. V delay, by ; "
T Ben
i.: tc Stt shah May WiltonjGarvln.Smyra.; V V r7'. x t.N01'IC&: "

."-% 1dgln.g'tte Privileges! make or or immunities enforce any law Dibble May;9-Stm. Dictator- ,'-Coxetter, ; ,.'Charleston. ,. to F. V .. SIXfweeks liter date tte will(apply. to.th Judge of three, and JAMES five year G.policies..BATTERSON. President. VV D. MITCH. ftT L. .1l.D; : (;;*i

dtizea or of the" WEEKS'after date I will apply ti the'JaJge"o, for fit Johns connty.forlettcrs of Administration V '. "i
tbi tTiiited States Way 0.-Stm. Sylvan Shore Tucker,.Savannah, to SIX Rbpn.D01i1S Secretary. V AND SUR EON.
depdve io r shall any State *. Dibble. .'' ", l'robate Court for.the'county of $t. 'Joqn,:for on the. estate, of Jobuii'Black; late of St.John \tltLLCtt ROOT, AtiILJACISONVILLE PflISICIAN :-: 4'/ V

'nt o t any tine person of life, liberty, or pruperty May 11-Stm Kite, Jtfckwood Cbarlestonti. Fam. letters of Administration one the EitaterOr; ,.touia. Al county deceased F.ROBERTS,' ., V FLORIDA. TTAYINO returned to Jacksonville for the; pnrpociJLJL
: ,
1'ueeQ of JawA tnis A Co. < ..rez-Jato iJeounty.d\"Ce4IK'd. /. ;n V AMELIA'ANN BOBEM3
nor deny to any'ron' V V V April 19_tf 25 of resuming the practice.of his profession offers hi*
within its juris4ictiou equal protection May 10.-Tamenda/IUrane'r'. ,'Charleston, ,to!. John ELONTAHIA.ALVABEZ.. T'a01i29-6t. ,21r V ._ V' iervtesto his friends and the public. V ; '.:. WV_ }

Clarke. '' ,. Hay 36w ., it V V J -> 'Notice; V A South-Side Historical War Hovel V Office'at his former' residence,cornet of Fonyta KM
=2. "CLE >: VV V V VV '
U.cpreacntatjvc. ,1.11; UE .... V cT Third Edition,just ready; Jurtatreets.V VV V V V
be after date I win .pplyto.the Judge '
Thong the State apportioned a. May 54te ameri.lMJ{"lJakcr'King, ''S.UDDah- NOTICE SIX for letters of AdUIUILStratloiman S V s. Jacksonville,, March ,29 tf 22, ,...t'
their .or V l: ale'oCSL John county .
TCpetivc SSaml:1I.t..o'.I'4.! UERYQ? EAGU'.S .NE$1' '-"
[ Sn urs Counting the?? rnbcrofpenoDs May 8.8t l n"llen.Gitlty, Ingraham. Savannah T UNDERSIGNED' will give lessons in French at "Feb. 15Lk4t The estate': .'" V Thomas- IS: Nelson'deceased.,DORA NELSON.? I ,Being the, emoira of,a staff''Officer of Yirginiiu -V THBLAND: AT1IRICMj V V V f; V '.
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Smmis4tCo .
c 1"1 ;..: residence Mr. JohnClark's . ,
I heMteC,1.} not her, Forsyth street, opposite V -" V
? wl'tl:-but, L. ; Edited from tila Mi. /,Col; Sufryt ty John Ette* AGENcY
-'',"' house to the,Young Ladies.of Jacksonville : ; 0
-'CI.If'e ,
) rU.n ohl lratltbitlu is 4t'niefto t' .. 1' CLOTHING & HATS, Cooke, ithfourfltp4 illiuttatittMi\1mo.{tWilL :
1c'tititena not 1C E ., 'f on desirous to learn '90 pa911 Price e.t,.. or.11a de
luau .
tjr.oneyaj.s ofag. 'r in : I"'u. Tuition fifty dollirs per erosion of five months., payable V \ JUST,1tI141ED iAt'! V ffota'.th&nn1 Ii"Tr
tonewaU'Jak &
anY' WYaL.JJged in Advance.. VV 1 # CENTRAL OFFICE tt BP.OADWAT'NEW 'rOR; ,
'ce.t lor'particiraatioh ex. DELIVERED at the Depot tod onboard Steamer quarterly FOLLOW
''trlm ; 'tLe b.asix iA the ttbcUion, o! other I in shipping order l' "' : .t'CHARLES \ *'-' V MRS 0. H., .BRUSH." !t .C: L. BOBINSbN, .b JacLoar aig to hb . : intercourse with tee Swart, -Aahby,' ,
'Orteprta trans
March o.
niaboD t9-1JoS negotiate I..oaIu
V : Country
'r.ba1 lie rodated in.tb< 'In J1cb State t : Ai FAIRCHILD. : .," V, lpth, I.t{ V and other celebrities we have a vivid picture of inside oUter. bunet! cunnected property;withbe Interest'thISOULIL
Ler Proportion-it.h the ICE can be o'bUioei'for meJIcal purposes on'Sundays V life at tie South. Id & word M,whoever desires a -
of.tjch .DUO ;
army ,
'mate :
c1tJ.zt aid West commission. '. V -
4 BOV leu from 9 a. m-iiU services at the Pre by teriu ; Z. : Sit D j.A"N? ;: -'N"G with, truthful delineation of on : i ;
onoyeart'ragc Uian twenty.S. Cbur -., commence ." ::1r'S. 'M 0 0 L' ; tory of stirring incident a ': Those offering property:ty* m a..will..please ere..falPpartlcul
h. : ;: ., : ," 'f' 1f acted fiDe character and a faithful exposition
events drawing ,
j :'those whe Loot .
Till the fourth '. Ja nxaz-tz: 27, i FOR W All 'ift"N. ;.. "V \Wn\ tsAazan. RUIIL Dxiiui is8AVANNNANr views and motives of Southern in the rs'witb tartan: fI1IPl1.ca.
.lao *T'll1b' 1870, *1i : : i:: ..." i. \ '" .. '." ." of she men mention the security and their,refrrencem,.:. Jf tfarg*
bate'!Olauttrfly persons 5A.1'S. APS.HILINEJlY: conflict jost closed all told'in the purest English, and in *
given aid-and : V txcnt<. COM ofttucetA_ Inquiries promptlyakswere
j And Coinmssioii Merciiant .
the comroitt this volume will welcome '
lath huu1TeetloD ; :: ; an untuually delightful e, be.a OJ" ': ,' Its. r-v'/
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te for otConrea. lA 9't .I ID V V Hailed to of the United Bute*; V free 'f" 1; .,. '
aDd I.b aoo4kLayod'Fier"n; : nd&tM. i :: V. any part post .
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.' .. ff V 1'each w her3uui'pickstbaL: ;
Ii -* : of three' Band*** dollars; per annum; for-1 j V
shall be,and hereby re'Vxraptfrom duty. 1 ninypptopr1&te form of action; tahfe ; oramoofifof sv Bped.veJlprcmentVpaper.andadheiivettamp additional, two, hundred doUari,.'ot *,other;enclosure,with iU conteata, sbVsltk
.tovici&t:1 i. : i S ac. l&.A4be it further enacted, That if any per* 8acuLA414 # further' enwted. That it shall ; wittoutpro of fractional part thereof ia excess of three ', S cacti the retail price or tsln.1f7-
,. on shall forge counterfeit, or cause.or procure to 6&lawfulforanyperaou present to the collector W m eat therefor, and shall allow the highest rat* hundred dollars, fifty cents." V 80 and hall not exceed retail er vain
UWS efThE OTF& 6TITESiU be forged or counterfeited, any stamp or die, or any the district subject to the rule and regulation of the fcommi.ion. allowed by-law to$ any(other partieS fSj Manifest for custom house entry or clearance of ? seventy flveceat ,thre c nta. *

?.uif *A.Thd&siion oJPt4 part of any.stamp or die;which shall have been provided c commissioner internal revenue, any instnuacnt'' chasing the same, and may in advance require the tbs cargo'of any ship vessel,or steamer forthe Where*neh pcket.boZbott1e, pot, pni -

,made,or used in pursuance of this act, or shall not previously! .issued or used'and require hit oprmon wsessor, Mflitwt treasurerOf sufficient a foreign port-- V V other endosue with iU contents shall J?

*Bac.Ui. .AWteft/trr/iertitAeted, That the Interest forge, counterfeit resemble,or ca s vor procure to whether or not the v&me is chargeable with any UniteTsutesor poetmasterr a bond, with' of If registered tonnage of such v ship vessel>, V ceed the retail prica r value of *fT.5t

of any .nece* r in personal property,'subject to any be forged,counterfeited*or resembled,the Impression, s tamp duty and if.the said collector shall be of s ureties. to an amount -equal 16 the value adhesive any or steamer doc* not exceed thre hundred* five centr and shall cot'exceed the
tract for the investment thereof in the purchase of or any part of the impression, of any such.stamp or opinion that such instrument chargeable with any s tamped yelhuuii parchment. Or parer and remain ton*,one dollar. 1'OO< > price or value of one dollar, four cent*.
and '
real eawUf to which the successor would be absolutely) die,aa aforosaid. upon any vellum, parchment or pa s tamp duty, he shall, upon the payment therefor, st amps which may be niaced in hI.ifldS rsturn, Exceeding three hundred ton*;and not exceed V .'W ere such packet,box.Jbotlle. pot, phlat
titled* shall be chargeable with duty under this per,or shall stamp or mark or cause or procure to be affix and cancel the proper stamp and if of the u naccounted for, confitloned for the fIthfuI lug six, hundred tons, three dollars; 3 00 -other eneloeure'VwIth onteuts, sbaS?
act as > succession. and the tax ahall be payable by stamped or marked, any vellum; parchment, or paper opinion that such instrument is not chargeable!with w henever so required, of all quantities or $ Exceeding; hundred ton*, flveloflarv.V 00Measurer'returns ''ce d the retail price er value of out don!:

-' the trustee,executor, or other person hating control with any such forged or counterfeited stamp or any stamp duty, or is chargeable only with the duty u ndiaposed cnnantities and for the payment. montblyofafl if fora- quantity not ex* .for each and every fifty ceati.or frtttijS
of the fund*. die or part of any stamp or die. as aforesaid, with in* by him designated, he U hereby required .to impress or amount, bold or not, reraaiolng.cn V 10 part thereof over and above the ,
: 4 ceediogone. thousand bo ael*,'.tea cents. ones aolS1
810; 140. And It further exacted.That in eitirast- tent to defraud the United States of any W the duties thereon a particular stamp, to be' provided for that And it hall b* the duty of such collector tonjjlj Exceeding one thousand bushels, twenty,five V : before mentioned, an additional ?

lag the value of a succession ,no allowance shall be hereby Imposed any part thereof;or,it any person purpose,with such wordier device thereon as he shall his deputies wIth;or sell to otherpartie within cent ". V 25 .cents. h
made fa respect oaa y e n tin rent ocnmbrance tbereen thill utter or seller expose'to sale, any vellum, judge proper, which shall, denote that such instrument i his dfstiict whorns? make application thwefinr. real Frlcton Matches,or lucifer-
Mortgago of land .'estate sntchL.Oy
each inwmbranee taking paz cbmentor paper, article, or thing having there u not chargeable with dutyor is tamped vellum, parchment, or paper and adhesive ;or-property, or- <
j' but In the event of any lamp s V movable articles made inpart of wood.,
the personal,heritable pr ,whatsoever, t an4
upon impression Of such counterfeited the same term allowed by law, w under i n.j
any V
.effect u an actual burden, on the Interest of the uc- stamp chargeable only with the duty denoied by the stamp s tamps.upon like Ia
where the. same shall ba made purpose*, parcel or _.
or die'or of internal assecurity pa.
par) anjtamp"or die commissioner of revenue ;
of any or any such fluxed and such instrument which the the tegulUOflS0ttb0 I
tessof he shall be entitled to a return proper ; every upon hundred
tatning one matches
the of definite and
Uonata amount of the duty so paid by Urn in respect forged,connterfeitedicr resembled impression,or part s aid stamp shall be impressed, shall be deemed to be ?who I*.hereby anthori-ed to make such other payment any certainsum'of each' or
of impression, as aforesaid, the inconsistent herewith for the security money lent at the time or previously V parcel lor-psckag., oivacenL
knowing ,
same not with-the ,
Sf tae amount or value of, the Incumbrance when respec- chargeable, or to chargeable only r regulation pot
W hen in
due and :'forborne Lobe parcels packages
taingeect. lively to be forged counterfeited,or resembled| or If dnty denoted by the stamp affixed, and shall be re'ceived ot.tbe United State and the better accommodation owing or paid, containing >*,

Bic. tit. d4IPi11 k ii frLIe? n&te That in ..sUm&whi person shall knowingly use any stamp or die in evidence in all courts of law or equity not j of the public, in relation to the,ma tiers hereinbefore being payable; also any: eonvejsnceof: than hundred one matches hundred and net more thava
ch shill have been ao made mentioned u he judee and expedient. any lands, estate, or,property whatsoever for each parcel or ?
S?ting the Value of a succession bD allowance providrd,* or used as withstanding any: objection made to the same by may necessary pat*
made la reapect of contingency upon the hap; aloresajd,'with intent defraud the United States;or reason of it being unstamped, or of it being inruth- And the Secretary the Treasury may from time to in trust, to be sold otherwise converted'A age. two canto.nd additional

ffeettterof wWch the any yea! e tate may pas* to tome if any person'shall fraudulently cut, tear, or remove, ciently stamped time,make such regulations as he may find necessary into money, which hall be for eve-y ono hundred niatA.
'other bat in.the event of the lame so passing. or cause or procuretO'cut, torn, cr removed, the SEC. ICSv'Amf bt it further enacted, That no deed, to insure the esfe-keeping or prevent the illegal use as security.and ihall he redeemable before or fractional part thereeC one cent/

: the successor person|shall bo entitled to a return, BO much impression of any stamp or die which shall hare instrument, document,-writing, or paper required by of all suchstampedvellum, parchment, paper, and the sale or other disposal thereof; either by For all cigar lights and wax. tapers deathi&

-of the duty paid by him aa will _reducathe.jame to been provided, made, or used in pursuance of this l law.,to.be stamped,which ha been heretofore signed a dheei.stamP5. expres* stipulation -otherwise; of any rates herein imposed upon friction,> ?
; the amount which would have been payable' by him act, from any vellum, parchment,. or. paper, or any or issued without being duly stamped, or with a. deficient -. 4 SCHEDULE B.ITANPiVTIK5. .'-' personal bond'given as security for the pay fer matches; Provided, That the staup5

Jf.each duty had been assessed in mpcctof the actu* instrument or writing charged or chargeable with any slim p"por; any copy thereof shall be recorded/ Duty. meat of any definite or certain sum of tie herein provided for on friction or Li,
al duration or extent of his interest rVorufafThat of"the duties hereby imposed: or if any.person shall or adnvttcd, or used as evidence in any court until a Dolls.cts. money exceed ing one hundred dollars,and fer matches made in part of wood. ori

If the citate of the ucceacor ahall be defeated, inSrhole wilfully remove,o* cause to be. removed, from any legal stamp or stamps; denoting the amounted duty, Agreement .Cont-aet, other than those specified not exceeding five hundred dollar, fifty lights or wax tapers, shall.not be lop
stamped envelope the cancelling or marks the date when in this schedule appraisement of cent SD until the first day of September,
or in part, by i ito application to the payment defacing shallliave been afiixed thereto, and ; any tigh,
of the debt.* of the predecessor,the executor, admin thereon, with.inUnt to use the same,or cause the use the same it eo used or affixed with his Initials; shall value or damage, or for any other purpose; Exceeding five hundred dollars, and not exeeeding -- | hundred and sixty-four; but until thi

istrator,or trustee ao applying it shell pay out of the of the same, the second 'time, or shall% knowingly or have been placed thereon by the person''using or for every sheet or piece of paper upon which one thousand dollars.'cnedollar.V 00 time the tax shall be assessed and colIectS

proceed of the Bale thereof the amount so refunded f willingly tell or buy such washed or restored stamps, affixing the same; and the person desiring to'use or .either of the.same shall be. written,.five And for every additional five hundred dollars, las heretoforeaad do-and after-said firstta

And provided obo, That if the estate of the successor or offer the,same for sale or give or expose the same record any such deed, instrument, docnment.writing cents, f V or fractional part thereof, in excel of one ofSepteznber-every package or parcel*oQ

hall be defeated,ia vhole or in part, by any person to any person fur use, or kuewinglv use the same, or or paper evidence, his agent or attorney i is authorIzed Provide J,-fb&l if more than one appraise thousand dollars, fifty cents. I- by'dny person, firmtconphny, orcorp.V .
claiming title from arid under the predecessor such prepare the same with intent for the second"Use in the presence of the court, register, or record* ment, agreement, or contract hall be written 2'rovdd-Tbat upon each and every "assign-. tjon, shall be stamped as herein reqm

person shall be chargeable with the amount of duty thereof then, and in every such cave, every-person er, respectively, to aJSx the stamp or stamps thereon upon one *heet or piece of'paper; five merit or transfer of a mortgage, lease, ,or Photographs, amtrolTpes dagnerreotyc

$o refunded, and such amounts shall be collected in so offendiog.and every person knowingly and wil required: .Proiridcd- That no instrument, document, cent for each and every additional oppraisement policy of iniurance or the renewal or con any na picture except a* herei&b. ,,

the xn&nuerierein proiided for the collection of du Iufl aiding, abetting or assisting committing any or paper made, signed, or issued, prior to the passage agreement,or contract. tinuance of any agreement, contract, or provided,upon each'and every picture a
tIu. such offence as afuresald, shall be deemed guilty of of this act, without being duly stamped having Bank check, draft, or order for the payment of charter, by letteror otherwise, a stamp V which the re tail price shall uot.exudf

EEC. 142. Anrf; It further enacted, That,where a felony and shall'on conviction thereof. forfeit the thereon an adhesive stamp or stamps, denote the any sum of.money whatsoever drawn upon *; duty thai) be required and paid equal to- tIrentyfiveVcenlc, two cent

rincceisor shall cot hare obtained the whole of hit said counterfeit stamps and the articles upon which duty imposed 'thereon, shall, for that cause, if the any bank, banker, or trust company,or that imposed oh the original instrument' Exceeding the retail price of twenty five ctah

succession at the time of the duty becoming payable they are placed-and De punished by fine not exceed stamp or stamps required shall be subsequently for any cum exceeding ten dollar drawn Passage Ticket, by any vessel (mesa port in the V and not exceeding the sum of fifty eegk

he ahall be chargeable only with duty -on the value ing one thousand dollars, or' by imprisonment and affixed, be deemed invalid and of no effect; 'Provided uponauzother person or poisons,companies United Stales to a foreign port,' not exceed three cents.Exceeding .

thereof from time to time obtained by him j and confinement to hard labor, not exceeding fire years, further, That any power of attorney,'conveyance, or or corporations, at sight oron demand, lag thirty five dotsrstitty cents. .50 the retail price of fifty cents,and-4 k
whenever any duty shall havxj been paid on account or both, at the discretion of the court. document of any kind, made, or purporting to be two cents, 2 Exceeding thirty five dollars and not exceeding exceeding-one dollar, five cents..

of any attoctmion, and it hall afterward! be proved S ac. l&4isdlsit further e9 ttd. That in any and made, in any foreign! country to be used in the United Bill*of exchange, (inland) draft, or order for fifty dollars, one dollar. ICO Exceeding the'retail price of one dollar, fcriv

Tt.ih.' .tfofeolio* .f.the Secretary the Treasury all cases where an adhesive stamp shall be nerd for States, shall pay the ame duty as ia required by law the payment of any sum of money, not exceeding And for every additional fifty dollars or fractional cry additional dollar or. fractional
that such dnty not being due from the person paying denoting any duty imposed by this act except aa on similar instruments or documents when made cr one hundred dollars, otherwise part thereof ia excess of fifty dol thereof five cents. part

'the same,was paid by mistake,or wan paid in respect hereinafter provided, the person using or affixing the issued in the United States; and the party to- whom than at sight or on demand,or any promissory lars, ono dollar, ; 1 V 00 Flaying cards.-F/ir and upon every pack V f
'of real estate, which the successor shall hare teen same shall write thereupon the initials of his name the same is issued,or by whom it is to be used, shall, no to,(except bank notes issued for circulation Power Attorney for the sale or transfer of- whatever number,when the retail ttteep*'

unable to recover, or of which he shall hare been and, the date upon which the same shall be attached before using the same, affix thereon the stamp or ,and check made and intended to any stock,bond*, or scrip or for the collec pack doe n t'exceed eighteen cents,en

evicted or deprived by any superior title, or that for or used. BO that the same may not again be used. stamp indicating the duty required.* be forthwith presented,'and which shall be tiottof any dividends or interest,thereon, centsExceeding
'any other reason it ought to be refunded the.Secret* 'And if any person shall fraudulently make use of an SEC. IB*. Andle it further enacted. That all the pro presented to a bank or banker for-payment -; twenty-five cents.t' 25 the retail price of eighteen cent

'Ty of the Treasury'ehall thereupon refund the came adhesive, stump to denotn any duty imposed by this visions ot this act relating to dies, stamps, adhesive ,) or any memorandum, check, receipt Powerof, Attorney or Proxy.for V .voting at any V and hot exceeding twenty five 'cents pj*

to lhe per on entitled thereto, by draft drawn on any act without effectually cancelling and obliterating stamps, and stamp duties shall extend to and include ,or other written or printed evidence election'for officers of any incorporated \ pack four cents. -

"collector internal rerenue.e such stamp, .except as before mentioned, he, she, or (except where manifestly impracticable) all the articles of ttn amount of money tube paid on de* V company'crioclety, except religious, char Exceeding the retail price of twenty five centi

c.143. And be it further cnactcJtfbtl where,In they shall forfeit the sum'of fifty dollars i Provided or objects enumerated in schedule marked C, sub maud, or.at a time designated, for a sum itable, or literary societies,or public ceme- and not exceeding fifty centaperpack, ttt
'the opinion of the commissioner of interne revenue, That any proprietor or proprietors of proprietary ares ject to stamp duties, and apply to lie provisions in not exceeding one hundred dollars, five ries. ten cent V V 19 cent' '

any succession shall be of such' nature, or BO'disposed tid articles subject stamp duly under schedule relation thereto: cents, .. -, SAnd Power of Attorney V to receive wr collect rent, Exceeding the1,retail price of fifty cents add nof
or circumstanced, that the value thereof shall C of this act, shall have the privilege furnishing, SEC. 165. And be itfurUier enactedThat if any person for.every additional hundred dollars,.or twenty.five cent- 23 exceeding one dollar per pack,fiiteen cents

not be fairly ascertainable under any of the preceding without form be expense to the United States'in suitable I firm, company, or corporation shall make, pre fractional part thereof excess of one bun' Power of Attorney tor sell and convey real es- Exceeding the retail price of one dollar,-for

directions, or where, from the complication of circumstances to approved by the commissioner of internal I pare, and sell or remove for consumption or sale, dred dollars, "five cents, __ S tate, or to rent ,lease the same,one dollar: 100 every additional fifty cents, ef fractional

affecting the 'value 'of** succession, or revenue to be used, his or their own dies or designs for stamps I druggs, medicine, preparations, compositions, articles Bills exchange", (foreign)or letter of credit, Power of Attorney for any other purpose, fifty '. part thereof; m'ei'ces* of one dollar, fin
affecting the assessment or 'recovery of the duty thereon, to be made under the direction or things, including perfumery, cosmetics' laci: drawn in but payable out of the United cent*.. V ?0 -cents., '
thereon, the commissioner shall think it expedient to. and to bo retained in the possession of the commissioner feror friction matches, cigar-lights, or wax tapers, Stale, if drawn singly, or otherwise than Probate .of will,or letters'of administration -

exercise this present authority, U shall be lawful for ot internal revenue for his or. their separate photographs,, ambrotypes daguerreotypes'or othereunpictures in a tet of three or more, according to the Where the estate and effects for or in reBpect V i 1ALLQWacgSac. : ASDDBAWBACE.

him to compound the dntyrtayable on the succession us which shall not be duplicated to any other per. of any description, and playing-cards', custom .of merchants and bankers,' shall of which such probate letters of, 171' Andte'jt: further eactcdtTht 'fn&

upon such terms aa he ahalltiiink fit, and to give dis son. That ia all cases where such stamp is used, instead upon which a duty ia imposed bylaw, at enumerated pay tho.same rates of duty as inland bill .'administration applied for shall be sworn |-after the date on which this act takes effect t

charges to the successor upon"payment of duty ac of his or their writing the date thereon, the eaid I and mentioned in schedule C.without affixing' thereto of exchange or promissory noteil -ordeclared! > exceed the value of two [ s hall bean allowance or drawback on allsrude

cording to such composition' and it shall be lawful tamp shall be so affixed on the box, bottle, or packake an adhesive stamp or label denoting the duty* before If drawn in seta of three or more: For every thousand dollars, one dollar. V 1 CO I on which any internal duty or .tax shall' hs,

( for him in any special cases Jn which he 'may think thereof, that in opening the came, or using the content* mentioned, he of they'shall' incur 'a penalty often bill of each set, where the sum made pay Exceeding two thousand dollars, for every V additional paid, except raw or unmanufactured.cotton, stoall.

it expedient so to do, to enlarge the'time'for payment, and in,default the said s>am p shall be effectually destroyed j dollars for every onmikn 16 affix such stamp i: ,abje shall not exceed one hundred dollars, thousand dollars, or fractional, c napBlha oFoenzble'! distilled spisits, an:

r of any duty.. thereof shall be liable to the same I ; Provided, That nothing' in this act contained shall orlbe equivalent thereof |in any foreign part thereof,ia excessof two thousand dot factured. tobacco, snuff and cigars ofjill deserifi

ficc Ut>Atl>eitJr&er enacted; That.it shall be penalty bereinbefure imposed for neglect to affix said stamp a* apply to any uncompounded medicinal drug or chemi currency in which such bills may be ex Iars.fiftycenU. 50 equal ID amoant to the duty or tax paid the7e i,>

lawful for the commissioner in his discretion, upon shall prescribed in this act. Any person who lent, nor to any medicine, compounded according to pressed, according to the standard of value Protect -Upon the protest of every note, bill( no more when exported, the"evidence that nTrdoty -
application made by any person who shall be entitled fraujuleutly obtain or use any of the aforesaid L the United States or other national pharmacopoeia; lire d by the United States, two cents, 2 exchange acceptance check or draft,or or tax has been paid to be.farnistred to tti |
ta a succession,in expectancy commute the duty; stamps or design therefor, and any person forging, nor of which the full and proper formula is publish And for every additional hundred dollars or any-marine protest,whether protested by isfaction i of the cmrimissioner of i internal rerc *

*presnmptiveJy payable in respect of such succession L or counterfeiting or causing or procuring the forging i ed in either ol the dispensatories, formularies, or fractional part thereof in excess of one hun 'a notary public or by any other officer who such person or persons as ball claim the alb

for a certain sum to be presently paid, and for asses* or tude counterfeiting any representation, likeness,eimili* text books in common use among physicians and cited djla5! two cents, 2 V may be authorized by the law ot-any state or drawback.- tbeamont tobe"a3Certaiae4gtich

sing the imonnt which shall Le so 'payable he shall I or colorable imitation of the said last-mentioned I apothecaries, including homoeopathic and electric, or Bill of lading receipt, (other than charter or state* tp make'such protest, twentyfiva regulations as shall, from time to' time UtJ

'cause a present value to be set upon such prcsurntive Btamp, or any engraver printer who shall seller in any pharmaceutical journal now used by air incorporated party.) lot any .good', merchandise, or ef cent. 25 scribed by the eommusioner p.intern IreTeaiiaI

duty, regard being bad to the' contingencies affecting give away said stamps,or selling the same, or. .being college of pharmacy and not si-Id or offer fect*,to be exported from a port or place in Receipts,for the payment of any aura of money der the direction of Secretary'of the Treason tl
the to such ,and the interest of a merchant,' broker, peddler, or person dealing, in ed for sale, or advertised under other name form the V ;
liability duty money whole in any United.Stales to any foreign port 6r< < or-for the payment of any debt dne.'ex- the same shall be paid by the warrant Of the-Hf
involved in such calculation being reckoned at the manufactures or part,in similar goads,wares, merchandise; or guise than that under which they may be severally place, ten cents.. 10 .ceediag twenty dollars., not being fof the tary of the Treasury onthe.treasurer of..the.8tate gj;

rate for the time being allowed by the commissioner signed for similar, preparations,' or articles, or those de* denominated and.laid down in said pharmacopeia*,. Bill of sale by which any hip or vessel,or any .satisfaction of any mortgage or judgment out of any money arising frtfra Internaflt.

in respect of duties paid in advance, and upon the objects and purposes, shall have, dispensatories, text-books, or journals, as aforesaid,, part thereof shall be conveyed to or vested V or decree 'of any'courk and a receipt for not otherwise appropriated rPrc 'dtd. That DO fa
receipt of such certain sum he shall give discharges I knowingly pr.fraudulently in his her or their pos nor to medicine* sold to; cr'for the use o1- in other i
sessjon, such any person any person or 'personswbei the' the'de'ivery of any property, two eenl*. 2 -anc'ecr'drawback hall be made or had fur'anji
1o the successor accordingly. any counterfeited likeness, aim which may bo mixed.and compounded specially for consideration shall \7arehoi
ilitude not exceed five hundred )<. receipt fvt property, good wares claimed or due.Iess than ten dollars anythnit
$&o,345. And be it further enacted. That the July tio ned, or coorabloimitatjon'shall be deemed of the said last-men' said pprions, according the written recipe or prescription dollar fifty cent, 50 or merchandise not otherwise provided forin act to the contrary 'notwithstanding;. And ?
imposed by this act hall be a first charge on the interest conviction thereof guilty of felony, and, of any physician or surgeon. Exceeding five hundred dollars and not exceed any public cr, private warehouse, when f urtZe That any certificate of drawback hp

: of Uie successor, and of all persons claiming infcU upon penalties, fines and forfeitures shall be subject to all the 8.c. ICO.And be it fur(her enacted, That every manufacturer ing one thousand dollars,one dollar. 100 the properly or ioXlssodep3; !>!ted'or stored V exported, issbed in. 'pdrsaanca 'of the pvovh.a

right, in all the real estate in respect whereof'such section of this presented in the preceding or maker of any of the articles Jot sole Exceeding one thousand dollar for every addi shall not exceed ia value five hundreddol- l aw. may.undeacreulatonn as may be pnsi'e

duty *hall be assessed lor five years, unless' soon* Sec. ,1T.-4nd bfit act mentioned in schedule C, after the same shall have tional amount of five hundred dollars/ lars. tea cents ,. : V Ifli l bytheiS cfetary of th Treasury, be recei fS
: )..r paid. missioner of internal further enacted, That the, com been so made, >nd the particulars JjereinV.:for r required fractional part thereof, fifty"cen, 50, Exceeding in valasiive ''hunur dollars and collector 07 his depaty in payment daiiz

Etc.116. Andleit further enacted. That the com* authorized to revenue be, and he'js..hercby; &S to ctamps have been complied (with, who Bond for indemnifying any | ersonforhe, pay Vnientof V not-exceeding one thousand dollars.Iwjnty der.this act. And the Secretary of the ea'
missioner shall, at the of prescribe such-method for the cancella ehal) take off, remove or detach, of 'or : ,
request any successor, or ti of cause, permit, any V ; V cent*.; S 2 rosy mike snch rejnlatfftns with regrdtotkefi
4 any person claiming in tis right; cause to be made method on stamps-now substitute for,or in addition to,the r suffer to be taken off or removed, or detached, any ney ultimately recoverable thereupon is ZxezdUjij ia yslue one Uiaaaac-I dollars, tor of said certificates arxl the issafn* tberMfaa,

; ao many separate assessments of the duty payable in < dient and effectual.prescribed by law, as he may deem ex: stamp, or who shall use"any stamp, or any wrapperif one t'iousaud dol lajs of le a,Gt'ty cent, 51 SV every adjjtiopal'pas; tLousand dollars, tec > jod aroHnt. miybe necessary; jA.lf a

respect of the interest of the successor in any eepar< ID P his discretion, to make And he is further authorized or cover to which any stamp is atlixed, to'cover'any WhirtirnneLtjjt1mteJy recoverable thereupon 'V/ '''cent. -V V '!(*, That in computS; the allowance cr d'rawbaeka

ate tract of real estate, 07 in defined portions of the I method the application of such other article commodity than that originally con*
'aame tract, at shall be reasonably required; and in imperative upon the manufacturers of proprietary tamed In. such wrapper or cover, with such blimp ry additional onc'thousand dollars or frac V or property.of any kiai jiot otherwise V {>orteJ-there shal! be allowed in addition. fcU
such cases the respective tracts shall be articlesor; articles'.included in schedule C:i, when first used, with the intent to evade the peGL
'I chargeable and of stamp part thereof in excess of one thou- vided for.held on tprage ia any public j five per eenlam duty "witr *?iall have.ba psia
only with the amount duty separately assessed in upon cents stamps each. a nominal value exceeding t wen-L.flve duties, *hall for every such article, respectively- sand dollars, fifty cent; / V 5 Q "'or private warehouse or yard,,twenty five such artfcl3. dnnvback T .W cents per poaat
respect thereof. J rospoct of which any such offence shall be commit; Bond for the das' execution oi .
Sec. performance cf cents.- -- ... 'oiriiu-hTntcra K mfTTatw wiierff tiie aciylaj"s'bylawupon
.EEC. U?. And le it further enacted, That any per? sen 1&S..A4 be'it further enacted, That any er* ted, bo subject to penalty of fifty dollars, to be recovered 1 thft duties bfapj office, on dollar. 'J00.. Weighers'v relurps. If for a weight not exceeding I thecotton in'manolitetare ti.s.
who r
on liable to pay duly in respect to any succession, shall! cause persons to be shall make,, sign or issue or who ,together with the costs thereupon accruing Eond of anyd scription.other}hao such a roay five thonsftnd pftandi.tealccnU 18 IT| j msbeenpreviously paid the amount oL said & *t
shall give notice to the assistant made, signed, or issued, any ipetru- and every such article or commodity u atoreaaishtll'lao d in "*
assessor or assessor went dccument berrequired legal proceeding.or used ia i Excelling five.thousandpptib'ds'tw nty- five V.Vceiits. 4 ance to be ascertained such manner as may tunscribed
.of his liability to such duty, and shall, at the same whatsoever, or paper .of any kind description n b3 forfeited.Src. -- connection, -witb ortgage "dre<]s.jind not 'V 2*- bc'tlie c thintcsinnez internal revena adcr
time,deliver to the assessor or assistant assessor a full or shall accept or pay or cause to be accepted U7. Ar t te it ftirVicr; cnaefcJ, That en and o herwise charge-! intbJsclcdulrtweutyiive CocuincnU the direction of the Secretary of theTrewufrSBC.

and true account of said succession, for the dnty: or paid, any. bill of exchange, draft, or order after the passage of this act every maker or manufacturer cent 2. | Legal Writ! :; 'V V, 172. Anti Sc it.firMer enacted. That if'y
whereon he shall be accountable, and of the value or promissory note, for the payment of money, with* of any of the articles or 'Commodities mentioned iI' Certifiiuite ofstccV in or origins process by which any., J !
the any incorporated eornf'any suit i is court person or pufsWnssMl fraSJ&Tenily claim or s&ss
cut commenced record
of the real estate involved, and of the deductions fame being duly sliuiped, or having thereup in schedule C, as aforosaid,who shall-cell!, sent! ,twenty-five cent*. 2i''; in any of obtain an allowance.drawback oagoeds Trw.
claimed him. with the names of the on an adhesive Btamp tor denoting' thedutv char cable out, remove, or deliver article 'or commodity, Certificate of \: either oUaw or equity.dftycepta 50 I;
by together sue any profits, or anV certificate merchandise! vhich internal duty .sliaillwi
or racinoranduni'showinj'iin Where the or. no
', ana thereon,with Intent to evade the provisions of sh manufactured as aforesaid, .before" the duty thereon S aoiouat claimed ia writ,issued br ..
cessor and their relation to each
other,and all predecessor such other, particular as. shall be ne-t: act I Aall, for every such ofience, forfeit the sum of shall have been fully paidby affixing thereon theproper's jnterest !in the propcrty < V a court.not of record, ?a one hundred"' '. dol'la '-" "Wen pail, or shall frauJuIently claim nay gm-
oricumulatiou&fany allowance drawback than rA
two hundred dollar and incorporated r* or overj or t&edaty actually
such instrument document llftyeents. 50 p!
tamp, as law
canary or proper for enabling the assessor or assistant I. Ol bill, draft order provided by or who shall tide company for'a"suia not less than tea Upon cpufe? u>a'of a i a'or 5 .lit sn.ch person or shall forfeit trp
or noto shall be every judgment persons
assessor fully and correctly to ascertain the dnw piper deemed or conceal; or cause to bo bidden or concealed, or who dollars and not exceeding :4olUrs ten orccgno : ciaimet'soughLtobeuttaii"i'nr
fifty the.rniunt
invalid and foe handled wrongfully or frantlplentry
of no effect .Provided That 2baIl yit one dollars craver *
: the title of except
a '
lie due and the assessor assistant if I rew.rveorconvey array, or deposit; or-causo-to .
i or assessor, cents 10l V !
in' those the sjrp of tIveVhfliiti
purchaser of land by a deed duly halr tte removed casesthe tax fr? the writ i
stamped, not< or
satisfied conveyed
with such fnyn or deposited i iiany'placeany
account and away
estimate ,
as originally be defeated effected affected the Exceedingfifl'dolla nniInotcx.eeling one S Of a commencemeht'of suit h'ai been paid. dollar* at the eleeti-, of the SecreUy ef lbs Ifry.
( by want of such article )
delivered or with amendment that be afro or commodity.: evade tlodara "
any may per tamp on deed thousand Jtwcntv five cents. 25 fifty cenU. ; 50 I' to be recovered as in other cares of fprfeitnn '
made therein upon hi* requisition, .assess .the any conveying said land by any"I the d chargeable thereon,or any part thereof shall Exceeding one Ihouiand 'dollars for ad'ditional i
may from every ,Writ*or.other vided for in the general provisions pf this act.
person through-or under whom his W to prccsu on appeals from jostloea';
succession on the of such account and grantor subject a penalty of one hundred dollars, together :
duty footing thousand '
one dollars fractional SEC. 173. A6 JiaftrfThattheKJi.ing '
claim! *or hold title. with the ; : ,courts er fcth.f'courts ot Interior jurjsdio jif/itr.Jiflr<
estimate but it shall be lawful for the s.sseuor'or for/citurc of any such article or com; thereof V V *
; tvseistant V
twentr five !
cents. *f ii'iire 9
lSKC.li9.And be it'further'enacte. That the part 25J V tion to a court of record, cents-' : '- l acts < con Ieby"icaled.toTit:
: modity .
assessor, if dissatisfied with such account or"if or acceptI (.rti.f. _Av *mt iHA.fm A xlavrtAfv* ni Afli.1''erwise Wgrfgf x.u..r. t-j-.v- 4 _r .f 4 art of-Jiity fir3tr.i a e.n' hundred sod sixty-t* >M
no account and estimate shall be delivered to him, acceptors 01 any pin oi.excnangeor.oracr lor ; bee. JC3. Ana lit it further enactal That all medicines I- and ell other certificate ordocamenUissfted j I '
the of of elr AI ti tlel \rl act to provide internal revenue to inff
does not .
payment any sum drawn ; exceed hundred .dol-
money or one -
to tie the purporting preparations/compositionsperfumery, cosmet r
asses duty on best information he can obtain
by port warden, marine V V 'thejo-.ei-niiient and ( jnferesToa
to be drawn any l V o thejpfc-
in any foreign country, but ics, lucifer or friction matches J'U.'twfnty'five'cents.When pay
subject to hereinafter and if pay and cigar-lights, or '
appeal as provided surveyor,5 of other such I S
; able in the United States person acting as rfebt- except the one 'Landred and fifteenth SM
before the amount ,
claimed exceeds hue-
'the duty eo assessed ASH exceed the duty assessable paying or accepting < wax taper cordials, and other liquors mahuiactured twentyftvecents.. one > "
according to the return made to the assessor or assistant the lame, place thereupon a stamp,indicating wholly or in %rL of domestic spirits, intended for Certificate of deposit of -5 15 /.dred.dollars,fifty eeata. .: .. l hundred ninoteeoth, section thereof;.an&excep'til
turn all ofgaicJ cfeal'ficea
farther aetwhich
the any ; provisioiis
duty upon the name,as the taw requires for Inland exportation, a law rovided. That no writ, summons, otkrr -
assessor,and with which he shall have been dis bill of provided by in order to be manufactured any bank or trust or with any'banker or process S of cnmaiijsloner.of .interntl 'VeveDae
exchange, or promissory notes, and no bill of and sold or removed without company issued by, and returnable to, a Justice
satisfied, or if no account and estimate has been dejlivered being charged or ;
such collector
person acting as collector- and andpcida
deputy inspector,
exchange be paid: or negotiated without such with duty, and without V except a* hereinbefore provided By '
and if such having a affixed there any
no appeal shall be taken against and if stamp If for sum exceeding one hundred dollars, ; for the appointment and qualification of iskficers.
stamp| any person shall payer negotiate,or to, shall, under such rule- and police municipal court ha-ving no larger
assessment, then it shall be in the discretion of the regulation ,&a the two cents. '
V V Also,the act of sixteenth *
offer July eigbteenL'el
in payment, or receive take in Secretary of the jurisdiction as to the amount of damages .
Assessor, having regard to the merits of'each cose to payment any Treasury may prescribe, be made For.a sum' not exceedius'one hundred d and *
uch draft dollars- aixty-t.ceenUtled'An act
a or order,the person or and manufactured it render than of the toiraposeaa
person offending InsT a justice piece
(assess the whole of the incident in.warehouses similarly constructed V
or any part expenses five cents ,
shall forfeit the sum of two hundred dcl lars. to those known VV [ ] in the same state, or issued in V fiitional.duty; on sugar produced in the United S&4j
and in peace any V
to the taking of such assessment, in addition to such designated treasury regulations Certificate of !
Sec.: 160. And be olher.cacriplioa than those Also, the ac) of December twenty fiflo eighteen 11
further.enactedThat criminal other suit commenced the
duty and if there shall bean against such no stamp as bonded warehouses,class two: .Proridcd, That or by -
; appeal -specifiodfiye u
duty shall be cents. dred and sixty-twe, entitled Aa act to
last-mentioned assessment, then the payment of such, required on powers of attorney or auy such manufacturer uhall first give satisfactory bonds c United-States,or any state,&hall be subject araenp
1 other,pa per relating to applications for bounties to the harterprty.Contract or agreement for the to the of duties .And V act entitled 'An act to provide internal rev n I Iuppprt'the
shall be in the discretion of the commissioner -; arrearagcsof collector of internal revenue,,for the faithful Caarteror payment .stamp : pro
of Internal revenue..fixe pay, or pensions, or to the receipt thereof I observance of all the provisions of law and the rule; any ship or vessel, or steamer. vided.further. That the stamp duties imposed s government and to pay interest vu' *.
from time to time, or upon tickets contracts of insurance -and ,.148. And be it further enacted. That if regulations as aforesaid"In'amount not less than
any when limited, to injury; to- while half ot that ting between the captain,master, orowner, ,bills ofll&thng.and tickets, V and sixty.two." .Also, the act of March third -4
perioo required to give any such notice, or deliver, persons required by the regulations of the Secretary V passage
"cnchaecouat, a* aforesaid, shall wilfully neglect to traveling;nor on certificates or (of) the measurement of-the Treasury from' allowed-bonded er person acting as agent of any ship or shall hot apply to steamboats or other vessel toea hundred .and aixty-t&ree, 'entitled *An a* >
or weightofanimal, wood, coal, other persons vetsel,or steamer,.or any renewal or transfer between of amend un act entitled 'An act to provide inters: >
or articles warehouses. plying ports she. United
do so for the period of ten days after being notified Such goods,when manufactured in such '
he shall be be liable to pay to the United States a sum nor on deposit notes to mutual insurance comprniea warehouses, may La removed for exportation; under thereof.if the registered tonn geof such V V fittttesaad ports in Britiish North America.. venue to support the government and to paviatx
to ten centum the amount of for insurance upon whch'policies subject to- stamp 'he direction of the officer ship or vessel, or stenmer. does not exceed in suits or legal proceebings shall ha V bd the public debt,'approved July first,eighteen b
equal having
per duty,
upon charge
payable t>y him; and if,any person liable under this duties have been, or-are lobe: issued] nor on any t hereof, who shall bo designated by the Secretary of one hundred and fifty, tons, one dollaes. V 0 exempt from stamp duty. V d red anti sixtytwp, and for other purposes," exit V
certificate of the record of-ft deed Exceeding one hundred and fifty tons,and not V V in the provision of said act,which ereaie tLeo
ct to .duty in of hi succession shall, or other instrument the Treasury without with SCHBDULTia $
respect *
being charged .
pay any July, .and -
exceeding three hundred
Jn tons three dollars. 3 commissioner cud cashierofintetuaUnti i
writing; or the V o deputy
acknowledgment there V
shall have proof without
after such
been ascertained
t duty having S
finally !
a affixed
of,by attesting witnesses j nor to indorsement of stamp thereto./ Any man Exceeding three hundred ton, and not exccedmg MXWC15X3 OK rRXFAIUTI053, V a revenue amenta, and provide for the appoint:*
-wilfully neglect to do ao within ten days after being any nfacturer of the articles'aforesaid,or of of them, six
< shall a negotiable instrument,or en warrant of ''attor-s any hundred tons, five dol/ars. S orand; every packet, box. bottle, V a qualification of said pScerj. .Ala..wo tv:
; notified,he also be liable to pay to the United any having such bonded warehouzi a> aforesaid, shall Exceeding *ix hundred upon "pot,: V V
ney, accompanying a bond or note, when such bond ton, ten dollars. 10 V phial or other enclosure, containing fourth and twenty-fifth sections :of:thic.of ,
State he
K l a Bum equal to ten per centum upon the at Jibertyi,oadc> such rules and regulations as the Contract.-Broker's any -
of or note shall have afiixed thereto the stamp or .note, or memorandum of pUls, powders; tinctures troches fourteenth; eighteen hundred and pixt.twoen4! i '
amount duty so unpaid, at the tame time and in stamps Sccretary'of the to ale of lozenges,
Treasury convey
the came manner the duty to be collected.SBC. denoting the du.ty required} and wheneverany, bond -therein any materials to be may used in such menufactnre bonds, any goods or merchandise, *tock*, V sirupcordilsbitter; *,,- anodynes.-tcjmc*, VAn act increasing temporarily the duties on imf *

140. And le it further enacted. That it shall or note ehall be secured by mortgage, but,one stamp which, are allowed by the provisions oflaw, to be.exported or exchange of, notes of hand, real estate, plasters, liniments,. ,salvest ointments," V and for other purposes." Also, the second seeti
be lawful for shall be required io be placed on such : JYovi ( property any kind or description pastes, drop'waters, oils the act of March.thi.dVezgbtaen hundred sail>
any party, liable to pay duty in respect papers free from tax or duty,as well as the necessary Issued by essences,spirits
'bftlisuccessionwho shall he dissatisfied with the ptJ i That toe stamp duty placed thereon shall be the materials, implement, packages,vessels, brands, and for each noteror brokersorpersonsactingassuch or other medicinal preparation composition tUree, entitled "An act to prevent and punish fa"

assessment of the assistant assessor, within thirty Highest rate required for said instruments, or either1 'abel* for the preparation, putting up, and export of 'cent* memorandum ofsile, ten V whatsoever made and sole, or remov upon the revenue. t provide for the more certailSpeedycollection J*

Idays rafter the date of such aaseasmenL to ,ap* of them- he saidmlnufactured articles and article C .ed for consumption and sale, by any per- of.claims: in favor of the t)
peal,'to the. assessor ..from such assessment., who SEC, 16L And He 'ilfurther tnaclcd'Thii the comf used shall be exempt from the ;paymentofstnip every and so oriveyanee.-Deed whereby lands, instrument, or writing, 25'n ,son making or preparing the same has, or. States, and for other parpoaes' ,"*o far a* the >an>>|
missioner of internal revenue be and any tenements, or other claims to have plies to officers of internal. revenue. And aIs
shall decide on such appeal 'and give notice thereof, is hereby, am excise dutyby'sucu manufacturer. Article anti materials realty sold shall be any private formula or occult
to such party, who, if still dissatisfied, may within thorized to sell to and supply collectors, deputy, col so to be used may be transferred jrom any fered. or otherwise granted,assigned, trans secretor art for tha making or pre paring act of Sfarch'seventh, eighteen hundred end

.twenty day after notice aa aforesaid, appeal from lectori;postmasters,stationers any other persons, bonded warehouse in whith the sam maybe, under in, the purchaseror conveyed to, or vested the same or has.or claims shave, any four entitled "Aa act to incroaa the internal t.idi rev$
such decision to the commisioner internal revenue at his discretion, with adhesive, stamps, or stamped such regulation as the Secretary the other purchaser "or any V.exclusive right on title to.tho, W&k1flZ' -- jfortpu..augstftW2th*1I&Lt
'and furnish statement of the grounds of such appeal paper, vellum,or parchment, herein provided for; may prescribe, Into bonded..warehouse'in Treasury which direction person, when or persona by-his, her, ortbeff preparing the same,or which are prepared, of acta incon itent herwith ProvidedThat afprovisfons *
to the commissioner, whose decision upon the in amount ofnot less than fifty dollar, upon the such manufacture be conducted, and be does the consideration or value uttered,vended,or exposed for sale under -. of said acts shalt be/in force for le| <
may not exceed
c3eas presented by the statements of the assessor payment, at the. time.of delivery, of the amount of used in such manufacture, and, when to used may, shalj cent five hundred dollars-, fifty any letlers patent, or held out or recommended and collecting all taxes,duties, and licorice prof

.or. assistant essector and such party, shall be final.EEC. .. duties said stamps, etamped paper, vellum,or parch be exempt from stamp and excise duty; and the receipt When the consideration ( to the-pablie by the mkersven'der *- :- assessed or liable assessed,pr accruing undprovisi.nsiffur'ener *
110 And be it further enacted, That the duties I meat, so sold or supplied, represent, and may' allow, of the officer in charge, as aforesaid, shall be dollars exceeds five, hundred *, or.proprietttra thereof proprietary : acts, or drawbacks rigs
and doe which
not has already accrued, which h. *
the exceed thousand or r
"levied and asacwed upon snccesslonsbytbls act ehallt I upon aggregate amount of such:stamps, as afore received as a voucher for the manufacture of such dollars one rnadreines. eras rernedecbrVapecIflcs "for may
laid ,one dollar. accrue, under said and for ana1
the act,
be collected by the sameoffice'r, in the same manner,, ; sum of not exceeding five per centum a* articles., -AUyr materials .imported into the United And for j any diseasediseues'ora'e&fons whatever maintaining *
commission every additional fivehundred dollars tinning iCns, fines,pcnaltie and forfeiture inff
and by the same process as are or may be prescribed to the collector*; postmasters, stationers, State under such rules the affecting the human 'animal. body as *
may a* of the *
; 'by law for the collection direct taxes assessed upon or other purchasers} but the cost of any paper, vel Treasury may prescribe, and under Secretary the direction or fractional part thereof, in excess of one follow '*here such packet box.' bottle, under and by virtue therot And for eafrvisf
of thousand
land under the authority of the United States. lum,or parchment shall be paid by the purchaser of the officer, be removed dollar, fifty cents. 'pot/pbial/or other enclosure, with its con and completing all proceedings? which rsya Des5 V
proper unoriginal
such stamped paper. Vellum, or parchment a* afore from-on package Entry pf any goodsr wares or merchandise at S tent, ball not exceed- retail price, or reaay eommen etioithat Mar be commenced,
: StLr DUTIES: ml shipboard, or from the bonded warehouse ia any custom house either for force such fin.e-'penaltie,and forfeitoresoreri11*
; value the of cent
any proprietor of sum twenty-five ,, ..onecent.
proprietor which the r
; 'BW. 'Wi. And b it further eiwte& That all &*I1eforeeMthet1insofthepusageotthIsact articles named in'schedule C, who shall furnish bisor I in which such lame manufacture may be, into the bonded warehouse* or warehousing, not exceeding one bun '- V 1 proceeding undeLsaid juts,and for the pnniabE

in rt-i their own die ordesign for stamps, to ,be used es- of used may be carried oni; for the died dollars ia value, twenty-five cents. such packet,, box, bottle;pot phial or of crimes of t,which any party *hal\be or bat b'
being in
"iatton to(tamp duties shall continue in'force1 until I pecially! for his or their'own proprietory articles purpose such manufacture, without Exceeding one hundred dollars,and not exceed enclosure'with it* oontentSvahaH VV found guilty; And frrthert, That I'OS

;the first day or August,eighteen hundred Ind sixty* shall be allowed the following commission, such payment manufacture.of duties thereon, and may there be used in lug five, hundred dollars ia value,-fifty card the retail'prioe or value of fifty cents,. created by the said, acts, and continued by thi**'
namely:: No article
fouri and on and after the first day of August, eigh- On amount ,purchased at one time, of not less than article manufactured so removed.nor any Cents "and Ihall nbC exceed the reUU price or shall be vacated by reason of.an v provisions W"J

i teen hundred and.sixty-four, there shall be levied, fifty or more than fife hundred dollars, fire per centtm be taken therefrom In laid bonded warehouse,shall Exceeding five hundred dollars in value, one : ? value of. seventy fiye cents,three cents. 3 contained..but the-officers heretofore appointwwf
collected and paid, for and in respect of the. except furexportation/under the dollar. .. 1 continue to hold
several ; on amounts over five hundred dollars, ten direction of the such'paikat, box. bottle, pot. phial,or. the said offices without resPP
instrument matters, and things mentioned de. { .Lcentum.. The commissioner internal revenue per aforesaid whose proper officer having charge thereof, Entry for the withdrawal of any goods or merchandiee other enclosure, with -it* content*,.thall merit AnprimedAl, Thaiwheneyerw'ffj'

,.scribedini.bejchedule {marked B) hereunto annex I from time to time; make regulations,, may their marks, certificate, describing the ;article from bonded 'warehouse, fifty exceed the'relail price or.value of seventy*. imposed by any existing Jaw shall cease in coasri
ed, or for rJa, re*pact of.the vdfjjuin] ,'parchmenTor I evidence qf the facts, for the allowance of upon such'proper of the of by or otherwise, the quantity, thpdate cents. ,, five cents,'and shall not exceed the retail of. any limitation therein contained before tspecLiv
pape.ipoaWhlch such instruments, matters, | I importation name of vessel, with such addi Causer's returns if fora quantity I eff'
oI >r stamps issued under' the-provisionof'thi* act tional exceeding price or value af one dollar-(bur c nU. 4 pvjsion&ef. this act.sball take '
as I
I thing*,or any..ofthemvhall.be written or printed may have been spoiled destroyed rendered particular at;may from time.to time be required five hundred gallons gross, tea cents. V such'packet, box. bottle, 'pot,"phial annie duty.shall be. and is hereby, eontiin-
or useless ,or
t ,by any person' of person, of party who shall make, cr unfit for the purpo.&'intended, or. fort which, the I I lu cancellation, shall be of received the bonds,by the collector of customs V Exceeding five hundred gallon gross, twenty other enclosure,with its contents, shall ex V such provision of this act shall take efieCt
or return of the 1ticentaJ VV
whose amountof
c'lfiVotAtfnetbe sameor: for -use, or benefit owner have when
mav no use, or which: eecd'the'retail price or value of one dollar any Js hereby repealed no dul7
$ t RtUe same shall be made, signed,or issued, the severs! may have been improperly or, through ''mistake used service loreign import duties.. All labor performed and Insurance(Life.).-Police of insurance olhr VV for each, and every fifty cents or fractional, thereby shall bi. held to cease,in consequence
unnecessarily or rendered under these
I duties or sums of money se t down In figures against where the.raUs or dutie regulations shall be Instrument, by whatever name the same part thereof over and above the repeal until the respective
represented'hereby have utuier. the:, one dollar,
fche same, respectively or otherwise'specified set been j *uperUion of an officer of-the/customs; shall be called, whereby insurance
or paid in error or remitted any as before mentioned additional of'this act half take'effectind'JVori fl
( slid ; .and uch allowance and at the of the two cents. 2
forth Iff the schedule; hall expense manufacturer. shall be mode lifeorlivesWfieflthieamountinsured
be mad* either V upon ; That all manufactures and ondaty
Sic 152. be it enacted Thai It bygilng other stamp in lien I Sr.c. 169, And be it further faactoZ.That rWfl!, COSMETICS productions
And further shall not of the stamps so 'allowed' ( any person shall not exceed one rn35 3UXCUE&.1 tan, wast imposed by either of the' acU'ref
,. be lawful to record any instrument,document, or pa* amount or value; after 'deducting urorby.therefrom;yinghe I who shall offer for sale any of the.article* named thousand dollars, wcntv.five cent 25 'CAEBS VF this act,which-shaU be in possession ofjo.? Pf\
v per required by law to be tamped, unless stamp or of repayment; ';tho"sura of five"per centum, to.case the In schedule, C,of whether the articles offered-are imported.'or Exceeding one thousand dollarsandnot ex- jFor and upon very-.pa.cket,] .bor, bottler pot, tnrer or producer of of his a gen tor agent*.o

stamps of the proper amount shall have been atniz:* owner thereof; but no allowance-shall be made in hall be deemed are foreign or domestic manufacture, feeding five thousand dollars, fifty cent .50 phial or other enclosure containing;any wheat tht*act takes efiVot the duty ,imposed !
sd t and, the. record of any such. Intrnment, until I the manufacturer thereof, and sub Exceeding five thousand dollar*: one dollar 1 CO shall
upon: any case the stamps so spoiled or rendered all j V essence, ex tracUtoiletwaUr,cosmetic,hair. suchformer; act not having been paid,
use to the duties
which the proper stamp of,stamps aforesaid shall not less shall hare been returned to the commissioner of ject ,law liabilities, and penalties imposed Insurance, {Marine; Inland and; Fire.)-Each oil,'pomade, hsir dressing hair restorative an4 deemed to have been manufactured or. pro*

have been affi xed,shall be utterly void, and'shall not Internal revenue, or until satisfactory proof has been without by the in regard of the-to the sale-of domestic1 articles policy of insurance or other instrument, by hair dye.tooth wash,dentifrice, tooth paste after aiddate,>nd whenever: by the term* ,

bauaed in evidence. made showing the reason why said cannot be use proper stamp or stamps denot whatever name the same, shall' be called, aromatic caehoiifor any similar articles, sets duty imposed upon any articled wca*,. .
stamps the
&r.4l.i. And U further enacted. That lag duty paid thereon t Provided, That when any by which Insurance shall be made VV
no in* so returned t Provided, That commissioner of Jn- such or.renewed V by : what60Qver:>naue the umalterii.fl'ert or 'mercaanillze manuJiclurei er pro
;; StrunjeDt. document,writing,or pa per of any descrip- terns revenue may, from time to time; furnish', and unbroken imported articles shall be sold In the original upon property of any description wheth heretofore have been,now ; may t which no duty was imposed byeithCt.Of5id j
sup* in which
; lion;required by law Lobe stamped,'shall be deemed ply and deliver'to any manufacturer' of friction enclosures package the bottle or other eragainst perils; by the sea or by fires.-or i after;-he calledknewn> or distinguished, acUr it sh&Il.apply to such
vor held Invalid$ and uf DO effect for the want of the or were packed by the manufacturer, the other peril of kind,made many "usWo'r be or
other m&thei.car4igbts, or wax tapers, a suitable so said articles any by any applied, or to used or applied as- V produced,.and not removed fromUhe place j
'particular kind or description of stamp designate quantity of,adhesive or ethic stamps, such/a be person selling"on shall not be subject anco' company, or its agents,of by any other perfumes or applicaypns to tl.: hair V faetare.'or productionon the day whea this j

Jorand denoting the duty charged cnanysuch in* prescribed forue Jn such csses without may any penalty. ; ,account *of the want. ofIhe ,proper- company or period, the premium upon mouth.W akin; made.prepared..''and solsi effect Proi>idtd'fvrihcrgyhA\Qo direct tax *
fstrumeDt, document, writing,, or paper, provided ,a therefor prepayment stamp which dies hot exceed ten dollars removed for nd shall assewed eollected under. Ui 0
o& s>,credit, not exceeding sixty day*;. requiring Sice. )70. Andbeil V V one coniunipt'oa % tale in' < ever be or
JlJefilfitaap. or tamps, denoting duty of equal ,in advance, such security he judge lection district further cnocfe,.TbatIn any col* cents; V V 1 10 the United Slates,where such packet,'boxbottle ,-V V other actof epngre.ss heretofore passeduithall
where in the
M amount, shall have been duly afiixed and vied theta I.csLfrovi4i.Tbat necessary to secure pay men I therefor to the treasurer: tnisstynerjbf internal, judgment of the com* Exceeding ten and exceeding fifty dollars, V ,pot,phial,or other.encloaw.with enact another -Jair requiring-such
$ the provisions of this 'action shall of the Ullted States, within, the/time prescribed for ; revenue, the, fscfllUe* for the. ''r .twenty cents. ; S its contento, shall not exceed, aV the-retail V colleattonJoMwaW ft bat this ihaM
""" : procurement and distribution
;'' Iy to any stamp appropriatedto denote the such payment." And upon'all"bonds or oth securi parchmentor'paper 'and idhesive of stamped vellum, Bxceeding fifty dollars fitty-cenU. 5 0 price X>ajue>, & sum. ; | .twj xty five .:; itrjiedtorepeal..orf postpone; the esieument4tV.1

N irged .on proprietary articles.ot articles ties tr.ken by said eommisioner,under the provision; shall b4 Insufficient, stamps, are or Leue agreement, memoraadurn; contract cents,one cents. 1 lection of thff fint direct Ux levied,ot bieb1increased !

edJnMnodnleC, thUaet.iniU may maintained 'by said treaiurer I Is authorized'to furnish! commissioner, as aforesaid,' for tne hire, use, or rent of land, tenement;, V HeresachpatktVbbxi'bottleipotj 'phial;; "or, t belevied'un4eraa-act'entiUed '
I IU. 'And It it further audit, That all cffiIrunwnts L- inth, circuit ordUtrlctcoart the United State, I collector and to the supply And deliver to the 'or portion thereof, where the rent'et rental ot her ejwhwure;;with it* con tents,shall ix.eee4 rTnue frorra ImpOZIS to paInWt5

,. j..ts; ,&nd.papsra,1as.4 or In,the several district where of the assessor of-anr such'district ..value is three hundred dollars-per annum* V ,' the retail price or value oftwenjty* I public debtauc.r other purposes,'- appt.gntAftw .
any glvipg to assistant
persons treasurer of the United .
any Stts V '
\\Uie offietri of the United States ,sc d* prleasftttycenta.a
government.' tiid bends or other itouriUe reside( b* found I thereof? 50 j five canto, and snsll not exceed thVptoil ;.
H\ iguleWfpoiitory cr toy pbitmaBUr a ul- Where the rent rental value exceed* the un\ price or- value- of,fifty. nts, two eenw.. I 'ostinied; o*jrs( p'
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