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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: June 28, 1866
Publication Date: 1865-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 5, 1865)-
General Note: Publisher: Joseph F. Rogero, <1866>; W.H. Christy, <1866>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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"RTTSINESSDIRETOBYMKHOANTJLE. !' GOVERNOR: mAMIMON'Sl' -SPEEC1L." tIfIWqn ..aakT i iq:elevate! th'D that ghrooehd till p ''.: _
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24 contains report of aty .tpec!.limed ( .tiiejjwrJcv. Tfce.peinfcle awrisht'.Ki .Aey 1 -mulcsand.' might perhaps invite controversy'eign jth. : : V 'If ..'' .,

ISGS. FOE 1808. ttW. Governor A.,J.. Hamilton at. Abda'W; II *la'oJdbaebeen if not misled and.they-; area gradi b) power and bring about a war, and Ufftit 1: V :
C. ILAGEdOW1 extract the foliowbjj patti of thSlpeecK' whkli will come hack tod Kcpport the por rnmeqti indno see the day event'cf war with omeforeippc)1rerQfI od V .' i.

F t EETAIL DEALER was ))td, able '.t te-.m tike. and calculated tq.ncouge tljose who praying in their hearts for its'destractlonCfor'tLoft knowledge that' again seize the.staifdard'of rebellion _and Egnt"*.' ',- V V I _

or. .. the loyal men of.the South to,assertinemfelvcs : wbo are like ''one; who ; or"white, can : aittheovcrntheatbf'tb: 'United Stated ) _
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NERAIJSo. MERCHANDIZE. and their principles Governor, ciarkedfinTthis.halt. .that*he..wonld be' ready to their power But: let toe tell yon that you calculate 'ith9Ui. ,

2, Hutg' 1ic '.' .!BMBLEH Hamilton began by asserting* the right of t. gird:ot;bis armonr. and %ht. against the gorenttnent. "Tbefcejjro 1 t y rI UP host Go t>AVashingtonandin Jour blaiJV:. '
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nOiuDA. CELEIIATEIS speech. Uesa1qrMy : V V 4l degraded a<e i peak to the Presidenfijnd tell h.
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UoJTILL; I dIf rn'n4 reverts, to tLe time V when the.rebellion 4 ;" am,regarded Mi; iTety:good negro V roan.rirwiM ierci. it. y(nr ientimenfs; whisper in hqiedT'hat 'Iour, _
-iiinJACISOi nE3II1fGT li '. was irt inangcrated.. It was said io To thus ihin I Would uy; that ;the Why notE It \ .be'shalH> &the crom..emJ _

& on Merchant S- this.hall, in thecunvenllon, that no such'thing' ',.ss a freeman noder the proleetionof' the idn?ted L1" i yoa wfll find e1Uf'5 bit prosu

contemplated asde. ingthe" "tight of peeth,' -!t.it itiov! '.ad'Ia.aur: ,the Unitrd States,is th. Richmond, with &nc1echbeeb and,niling'tM .. i
.Hoam. .. 0 w The srentknian, however, making the 'hrm rk "your.eqaxlibeTbre IhV.ja} *; k-As a friend *If.the Pen which said ; do nutfiud yourself in'a dnrgeotul Da ;" 1

.. elreact' made on CttIn:Jit&. .t.1'tI,on.- e meaut no such tbing.' One gentleman,in ce& ffo!prnment oTthe'United State*, as..tfrjend of m character the Preident and the majority in coin acting V' V____

r1'"c..1 le* C 4ir. l'r9lad. Lii, on CousigmIIeu.a I < n the subject and vindicating Ihegrea 4, liberty bnmanity;.and as a man'of trritbiind 50D? r,hIS. ,!!ed/wbetber concert,and you cannot pretend aDT'It 'I
ter, 1865 V .- .1'YIUGnT i.g. of the new government proposed to belnaog. rat- !irameasnrably .the snpenor.of any pardoned people of the' : oneLcluJvejoaare* Qvtmedhr' his' c1.orUxat.you
J Ioc.-1'- eddeclared) l In his place that c.rcn J, :tha: vile, butnnrepentantrebel.; :[[Applause:] \ "i fool an d wocld have stood bj his -de 1DbJlf inept :- '

CO. tortorious Jack llamil Wo,might go to his Country "J Jor the entire goTcrnroedh and'my' allegiance why educate ; r : in your rejection of thH e.war dep. d. t.ht .

Commission; Merchants, oq and m ght speak to the people, if.lie..spoke .is due,and paid with willing heart to the aspire'to.a the unlyjmeasdre! 'passedbyou .ere l V _
de Janeiro Bruit, M on the right side; and this was the right of*pcech: Whole gurernmejit'of the IJnited States. I lore terests J>;rg jt'O : have met.his if iahcs,hopes,opinithisoirO
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=. i:4 GQ. given I I challeiige any to denT, wh \I lorn) and all Us loral people, north'ind aouth;.bJac arvJ l guisned g ; and he knows tbis..' wdras yqu,1 .;' '. 0 '

I JqreIelited b"JoIn cur Jget\VIUflT.( .EIaq. V. ct.: made-1 bat newgoTernmeot, *u' fought'for or wbUe Every man, that lores the goenjment that'the bO l. You say.that ii estiODO'dupIzig o :

Xo U Wall Street Sew York. against it,that it_was; -td'J-6111 ( ,. CIZ thai everJorded it'orptople."I ., Niftcs and .hates it and wtI( not bercconcjled whence dd it Congress. I do not pretend.to know Boj
wnrreWDIMMAK co., : Eac1iIOOPbeug cbn*v ed of d ire.to"110 much to gh'e'nnt t mY' '. 4VbtohayeIbroken op..is'my enemy ry f -:\ :; ttey require of yoa,but know thithatea

tl.thlu; & IOen' FnniihinB Goods, V '" 1 fceJingnjs t fltiCe I eDjuyet1 thts ri'ill ;and,J intend he.fthall remain ray enemy.- I magnificent fail the majority of inat Congress toll abosdttcnnw d.;

234 and 235 Broadway, N. Y. Two Perfectly Tempered ege* I enjoy it. to: day riot iua.. m re' Jrgal cannot consort with him.; I spurn him You go and! read ( yoa irost comply in order to obE !
B. sejjsci-but la my bean enjoy it. 11 is fashionaile You say this is not the;way to conciliate men. go and look at miUancc. Bat who do you abase when "jo CI%

'. Gec1geW. Whitt', I I G.TU10H.FOWLE Charles GoTcrton" Single SwingS forthose? 'who yet cling to'the past. rianes I dQ not wish to conciliat&>B ch mea it is time census returns'( : abase the majority Congress? Nowandt then.

Uiii.WLitInan ettli-., Reads JOM 1U14.JtJe to of the Confederacy to want every mancondemn[ thrown :away Jf yon attempt to extend the deed a-Stop it is'fashionable to say Thad.Stevens, Saryner _
tdI..d'j..yc.dXcr'1 Ortlt-r. braided tightly' and firmly iojrejier;jedjje to ed who did not t'aToM e.-Confederacy; because mantle charity it i is so much given fornaochL"AS "There"e very 1 and.other*,te :mfind'ittu& reference t > !l V

. .- & CQM edge, forming one hoop, and xnakiDgilie condemnation must fall somewhere*? and, they ACCOCST TO Bl BKTTLJtD. V has the means'c those in Congress who rote together.; Yoq.sH V _

STRGNCIEST4ND MOST FLEXIBLE THE wish to'escape it. Iti i* fashionable for them to Addressing the conyenlion said : cot. They are abasing two-thirds ot Congress and tax &
(roUUU' Of AtlXAKDTIA, .). LIGHTEST AND MOST DURABLE exclaim against my violence, but no one can getup "Someof you have seats, here,' hy.j T rtne of V tpat' tiou-rr ihem.twc.thirds of the people of the JJ li t V

Commission Merchant, SPRING MADE V when tny statements are printed and declare little i handbills, striking at their adreraarievbecause mile, States. You would be Just as unsecjL4nmaking ..

I 70 BKOADWAY, N. Y. V V '*- '* ';""V'! 7. '; V them, false.. V .- _: they held office under me or were refugees hospitable clime apolitical war upon the 1riajori*oi1J;, '
t1-4 They f -will no i pnd' 1 or trp k 1 like- th<: single TBX CKIOK A. 'ELESsI3a.V rum the.;state.daring the war, 'consorting with, est soil i add m Union people as buVwere in the 'conflict.,f;

-Ottobef spring, but will always preserve theV "I Lave been opposed because I. I loved thepyerntpcnt what jon caL'.thepnblic eneqies tliecoiin\ry; fcjstenT. amis int&9 fate war; Too'have mAd tt neces / "l
.A. U. lcCOn..11ICK, of my fathers government, that. Iii-1 who of.jroathre-to siy ,to-day tbat those pendous failure I airy for theralo.make certain' requirements of'

ICETT FOS THE SALE PURCHASE, or REST OF PERFECT. AND BEAUTIFUL' SHAPE, never did you *;wrong government that none who hare:sustained the goverun( ttt.f. ifaeUni been -': you and thwitiasnthamaunerjatbat.,
lands "Florida. or you.evcr dared to acctbe of doing ,.rcng.VV ted l States ibc'enetnics,of.tha,.country and face of the tl e11lit tmr be d l ab 1n .. :

SVd Jacbon\"ille, Fla. .\. "You quarrelled with the American peopleecanse yon its friend*. < 4i, untruth {. I wuId do the um,'an.d.sa'woa17 oQ p!'"

'" ,of,, 4 IN ALl. > .a majority them elected President. "Yoai; J.have -anracjonnt:to settlo before the here,and we% edio'thefamepoaitioa' Y WthiLI Ocri ; _

CU.AELES.A., l'*lRCmLD,. CROWDED ASSEMBLAGES, ; .* VV of their choice. ton assumed that that man people! .yet.: .Y-oa1iaTenot done with .this.- state Mgainst any state.to go bak'uiifiIt'Q Lad assnTh1b r:

. S DiAtia IK -- CHURCHES ; was a bad nvu>; that he would nut be'governed. Yon shall! confront .them, and ball answer to would destroy the hearty\sabmifslou.of the peope in a mainer V

DRY.GOODS & GROCERIES, THEATRES, Ly> the Constitution and, laws, but would! war ibcm, and it'God,parcstny; life I pledge myself tem stigmatized not yet giyq.JBy the peo'p'leofre Befo
Tobacco & Scgars. R.\ILr..OAD.CABs. PROMENADE* against the South. ""This was all false.. to)go; b fore tile people of the! s ate and draw North." exists it ma A be unfashiona Jo Cor meitoimf f.

-JACKsoStiiir,FLA.K FOR ".fcave said on fifty occasions outside of Tex there men op and make them answer. [Applause. : against the IFnton,and a mag must be ashaibe _
BAT mm, ttt OR HOUSE DRESS, as what I am toaj cow, ttatthcic was .never .} Addressing! to express in.theTcoatinnnitr m desire to._llv la .
-.'. 1ft 1865. a In fact they are superior to all others com an hou when the 'majority,of the.people,of Texas "I roay not get tbrougbVbut VV the V 'same pre- had called him : some. other government, or express. h 1 iafavbref ,
FRAMiLIS DIBBLE, Dining. t .. *. wanted rebel l ntious will not be -' jTmonarcMcal or imperial poveroclentrfn
< to against the' governme: ; t of O necessaryas; two years ago. them wittily, i
COMMISSION MERCHANT, COMFORT, ECONOMY. LIGHTNESS AND the.United States. They 'were( miskd. They The icady rope and convenient limb nil!act be their pardon.% f preference to'tHatcf the'U ted sat**;:''

JACDOSVlLLEo.LO&wA V DURABILITY.V were,lied to.. They were dragooned and forced used as tbeyitereyl There Js power in the "They call "One of the greatest wrongs you nave"inflicted.nponthe -: V

.. lAo fc *. >'. Inquire forBradley's into a rebellion against their government. Its governmeut'thzat.will protect:tbc pe .ple,whatever sop, aad cannot people of the United 'States ftad,. ;;
jTMWCiporchased.of ABTASCTSIS CASH or nippfet ,unnecessary to appeal' to i iitcijigent gentlemen ., maybe their opinion or odor,and the pow- jority in COD npon free government,is that yoa hive|amifiarf; _
nude m consigmncnts to a Bt DIBBLE, New -6V 4 II.1. : ,1 ,. < in.coaSrmation of what I tatci v .. v ercannot.exercised.i .now to oppress the ut- men whom they {zed the minds of the.people with.:.dUferea.t'., _

. l'. 'i Y. :0. 18' Duplex Elliptic "It bus been askcd'ine o l mAny occacions:ifhe terance of any bcn i m$n |n the puntry: withstanding forrtf government. 'Yoa liiVe ""tfnsettltdUio : .

T. E.COMMISSION.. I1 l'f'i majority-of ,whole people did.not want **It is no disparagement to the people io say denunciatory ; mind and unhinged the principles of mauyl-
DE'ALER1X (ORDOUHLE SPRING) SKIRT to ,rebel J. why did they do it f Is is unnecessary that they have bad,no opportunity to hear; the There I have the There are manv engaged tali%.s0wr8g- broadcast :

t3array here the reasons why. Every nuin who rath. It has beeuj keptiirom them for fi.c reaix er:'sworn to do [ >over tIe land seeds of discord against-'fireo
,iI .. No man dared to utti-riL s No government. They stbe dragged ta the KgSt.
revolution understandhow
j 'tluabsr '- ; where. las passed though a can paper contaefug vc/Iantarilf"
. ,'Ember, CedarnMfll Logs Ekitgles, F9r every Mnnufactuted excldavely a minority ran plunge the major it!) into It conld circulate.: V The great heart of,the people States and said toil exposed,and thapeople jnastbe mide to.
Lathi .,. .Lt_ by the sole owners of th Patent. a I'\yolat>n. All history shows that revolutions will be rwponslre.! to the government of the when, i in the understand it. ?nch in.n spozw"bteIilU1o'

I Savr-mlll Machinery.. V- *ESTpr,1&DLEY&- GARY, ire et.o3 foot bt;a .majority and the. majority Jnited States/whenever they understand its gen- claim that {*ct. sight oGOO'and.'rnaaforllteTr "war iopon :onr' V:

: SOT. 1'. 3m. '. _JacVuonvme FU. 87 Chambers: 79 and 81 Read eU, carriedJnto it. Tbose'wbo start a revolution! r'ius'policy, noble purposes and magnanimous that day. I government. So'&iraslazncbneern u, iinendtd V

BIcGUY: MOODY &. .. New'York.in arc actireand those 1a bo are opposed it ira amnesty..extended to.all except rfew(. and I United States expose them and give their names and T intend'
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: AND DEALERS ': -dJjsa1e l'of cksonville, Wholesale and iekRthuzsOY1A renenliy passive,staving at boiue.and. attendng irighl s*y to many more than deserved it.these from which the. i theeplsbaiujnqii w how 'they* talked, ',aid; :.. V
' .RETAIL tan by to th 'lr.o"D affairs and.. their public and who accepted and..took.. the oath and disclaim it JMoed =the: whether\hey ar f pnea to b>'n .".. .
Is : V' p a lIti Th o against 'eaJ vet ffC4k.of the friend .of tbe. lta.ew"tM& all .V.r public affairs aadlf:,theyeoold;}: r.-t .
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6 e n e r A.i ie, OIINS.SAMflS&CO1 -' attempt it.wo.nlJ IDQ'JP jjnanVp-rate :civil 1\ar. g roVemmcntaspablic .efcetqies. Public enemy pas.nil that ipiaionsoftbepeopofwetnrw. 'J .V .

t REED'S, BLOCK R. S. STOUGHTON, That waA the reason Governor Houston did noterganbei of whom I To. cTery traitor fn the land, ,of thej ffbellio-. : would..'."*be ready-. to.be: jidmittedr" .E .Ib.' ; Vtti0 V

: JiCESONTILLE: ,............; ......4FLOSIDJLJpril # ...Jj.mDUACK: &oGO. force to prevent rev lation,, because course.- That is the measnre of ray treason. 1 V *tem fciacy "', o }. .4'1..1"" .. ; -: t r4 1
SmtC'U asi aUjiDcrchints who sell First Qass Skirts in he-said.i would be inao erati ; .civil war, and was a traitor to treason disloyal! to disloyalty, gether-where -.c. o&Ott.lfO A&GCYZX7.V

; Florida. tod throughout the Southern States. his he wwWdti> avoid, hoping, that telectioncidM and that was all... Yqftwaiii, peace and yonwant the side of toy .i'1stzyoa, to'get into your mradf-jtae. 4"at.th
lirinsr better xn\ that the' the offices. You wish to control the destinies side *' is '
Z. S. DOANE ..coqusels,. men of your sbJ objection negro, )o.-irgunientli.! .
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4 FORWARDINGAnd iuThe new EMPRESS TRAIL kalI the rag engaged iu wouKl, Rive it upr of the people.. ,I:tk not believe yoa will dq It. slaves to a slave wish:yoa to know what'freeddra 1& ,YOll wilf* __ __
!In-Loudon, Paris and throughout Europe. "They'/letennined to organize a new govern- Rest assured yon will not do it without a trug of this country' never satisfy the peoploof the United Slate***

ConunissioE Mercliaiit t Fcb9-znV. .' 1 5)_ V V ment. Wliat,sort.ofjgorerrimcr.t 1 Agoycrnmcnt gb lc, not only now but in all time to, come, and fetters that by ringing changes. : V _
C. H. BOWMAN & CO !in .which a ecilharinstitth.n of the conn- which will,never close until loyal men .attain that if tl1ffn not ii Jlthe,negro to!
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JACKSONVILLE, -. FLORIDA try would have control and perpetual['poi; successor: flUId the government of the United above the aiaill thi cointry;bat .:iti idiet come froa :

Refer to-IL C. Drew, Boston. ) Importers and. Jobbers It was. know. 'to but.few what. vas, the ulterior katesJ broken jfato pie a epd destroyed. them' down to W-i, kiDgton requiring that'fe s oold be.'tike '* V
K. P. Bock a. Co. .,New Tort f -of- object of those who were, leaders of- the,rebel \V/hUVin&fe a free governmcaHnd jt*votarfex bav ;;p, seen.t away from heM there would be wore.objection V- _

IprilH-tf 2* :DEi GOODS lion. '*'i'i: f. '*** can get up and explain to,the) people you.' will upon an tojt.than there wast to the.mailcip4tionNPra7cfcuaatfoii .

L 'RROCK: .. BRQfADWAY, NEW YORKMEEtHANTS WHAT TUX BIBII. uiosiia jxrcsoxij. never rrain done with i it* ., "I'o : has not changed You baveasedmeillbworktV

Wholesale and Retail Dealer' '! r "TLere was a rrgolar gradation fco'| tbedoze4 "It-has bevn fashionable' for,men.here.to sing I will tell you And fair haired young men who have never nci- _
1. going Korth wd do-wdl to examine of thoee who knew the object :down tr, ..thepeople. h sanjjft?to onr4 bravo dead. V .Fellow citizens, I negro free yon an honest day V work in all their'fivej |are aaJS*
,1'JU NTSi know less th'an..tbe.tint.and thus in order down resume,I have as much charity as most; men, I have done iL "nigg will not work and that we shall be' _

Ales, Wines and Liquors. DELAINES, ta the masse!",and they had to be mtde to on- jut,if they.are, permitted tot sing-Iiosatmai .to I whether they i ruined. 1 have been in tluhabiofiayingto| ;.

I Geaenl Ferwarding &ComaissionHcrchajit SIlEETmGS "! V ,V. VV derctand and believe by artful and inflamattiryppeal'i their dead who, are so impatient about the booxr -i tell me it does them. *go to work yourself/ [fAppUa}\ **"

BAT STun,'JACKBOKVILLX, FLA.I FLANNELS, 4 T".": ; tbeirTigbU were, trampled :cpi n"u of those.aho.have. '..fallen,victims of.thtf fear- i ing him free, question, will the white njan wort f..', '1fiI1 -
}h"l1-tC' $1 .BLEACHED MUSLINS .Tn danger, and tile great mass of the people, tI1J.! strife; tire-lovers of the.Union :will be per- in the courU,' not.do it in.this,coi p try if hfc '- ehtit.j1

K DRESS-GOODS. ,j that I had co interest, in slavery, must be.tsiultf mitteo.,tu,a pcakof shose w boo have, perished in I essary.to talk (Applause.and gfif 4'V _
I I PROFESSIONAL CLOTHS to believe that tliis. government had '-wrunged fin ignominious manner account. of their de-' pie the trath.' the work The intelligence comes up from all V
V CASStMERiJ, V ." ,t them. How wronged them It had never TDtion to the Union. Some of their bones are true, that you sections of the country.that they iret bing tfieirdut

J.D. MITCHELL: M. D. VESTINGS. <' liked.them for a dime or a larthing;.->J( had still bleaching on.tl plaiD or.,tin. anging lug poor.fallen ; A larger crop is: plant tIiasej bee! V
PHYSICIAN AND' SURGEON. V "V :'r VV SHAWLsJ V blessed and prdeoied them. .It had .neve*W: from the:limbs;of t es< .It barb ja said ,{flu work man.can, Cur The probtecr!* 'alfeady solved ,sd ". _

L G returacd to Jackwjnrffle IIOSIERjWlIITE X'; 'V V*- ,V \ rested one of them. 'They knew it only by.v&y should not,be,permitted to be brought, up becaaje -: himself bat to whether be.wiUiaboriIf you treat h'im.rigb;1 V 4 _
I II of resuming tb .pimii: of bis profeabion.(or the ofllw purpose hU ; ,GOODS; blessing,'and If not fur its blessing tbey wocid it produces unpleasant feelings; .and if it : But when he will labor;and be more profitable to you thaxt i- V
LINENS. V I ir1feht! it will produce strife and 'I si clamoring fcorror over before. '
1er'ces to W frieadi and the public. V r. VV net'erJI&ve known there was government.,' But np gers/ obi| ; : p
.. "Jc***Ida former "rea'dcnw, corner or Fprsjth and V : .- RIDB ., .* V they mas\l e made to bcIievethtvyrere for blood. Protect those w ho com mittedtbee i educated 1 ,,,"IIeiiEieVth3DV2ncf Arm*-a part .of.the 'V
; 'wrongr
V V : _
"&sckionyfle 1Uftt& LACES; ed. Hvv.S I.do not wish willingly! offend deed*as.yoa .wilj Vf.oar: actionv tilt gov- t v I Black community, say what.yon 'will. Yoa kj'nbi'ish

Much 29-tf 22 YANKEE NOTIONS.HOOP. one, but i if-trnlbvofiend?, then intbe name ernmf nt is pQwerfnl ,enoQgb t; bring then i :'to satchels and 8 b > .him to rote because be is noted cateds.
any
L L tLO lOllS:. JOXEB, L H. "'.TLAKOOf.V .t -KIRTS, also V ofO d"leti.olreDd.. ; iight.and to mete outto tbem justice_and;,I Vl intend to school In ana you doubt him to be.educated' because
LtLjrney at Ii'. or 'uana. w Totk. COTTON BATTS" .Tbenew govemjnent'Ihej 'f ptoposed'was i in l to,iee tojt that ibis is dpne .[A pplan e.] the Convention you do not wish him to-Y.cte.r: ,bow-f1 "

L. H. CLOSS & CO.. V V : WADDINGS, tended" to, be an aristotratic government. not to. **;:e Conv'entioa, hare passed measure I lefgnlizing pointing to ; ever, propose to tax him. He has always been'
Attorney at Law & General Agents V YARNS Jiid ? VV bfnefit you common' ple.' It was intended ,wholesale bbery'and murder|hrongnnttbelandf school, Good your slave;and served *you wthrI1lJ1.,- mld)|
pe
XO. 281} STREET.. V J. WARP, tOl benefit thn.se only'who. owned and contipllede.ubor.pf4be j ,A !measureofpeaceL.Does: I .it; enougi tormake you fottur .aa'd'enabled.700 to.educate year V
I (Next door to the Xew York gute Agency* : V.V,.! V .&. : &C4 V V &.. 'V., V !: jconntry, and. no sopmrf as bring eacn to the bereaved hearts.made. desoatej1bsuchd'eGdsf >, [Langhter.] I children butnbw"when free, ignorant and *". ''

II __ !SUlfGTOS', D. CL CmJOHNW.PftJcE i : 4wldchwmbesoldontbebeztterms. that government able to enforce its.edicts, than :- It brings,no.peace. .No, poor nelplesi ; pised.yoa will not permit him.ta vote' Iheisignorant J 1 V'
ty Orders will receive prompt. attention.Uct27 tbe.aiask; was torn a and they.confessed that none,.except to the hearts_of the m, etors who_ himself fr m'bi ,'and'.yott do not wish bit'b: V
VVV way '
-tf deeds. Yoa'calcalated withLmt understand' educated because. will elevate him and *
V they bad no' for this democratic* pripej-. perpetrated !theso' to i IJy t
Attorney &. Counsellor at La" respect par t'os't. 'There .something in ibis gov.eFiunent and bis God. yoa taihim to educate your.own childrei& Thi 5. i
of !
.. P.AIN.T1NG.0 pie allowing all to,vote and wield the powers: _
? '
*
.. node ,Yon still 1 wilin tire of the T7njte4StJt V
; 1't .u.FU.. : government. They declared that it was a : "yoa. did not ., cation erdnding <4 satisfy people' .
e tcied'stiles CoUJ1.ud false That think it is a V government tied.together .inth incjpf'sftnd. eent failure! but Yoa cannot make them :'belieye thalt.w iffht..
Di principle. they not rwagiag
: aUc'.a & SON .were :. Are afraid'ofMm! In. tbe.: 'of..God .
A 1.be .JJ,o te"aUaI&ea4 CABMAN war. against the United States merely to perpet. A little, agency 1 ,lihink ..yon; with the largest yoa ,. _
.&Jae Mhinjiot1b BOISE, 'sics it STEISBOIT 'PIISTEES. nate slavery the ,South That slavery 'and wi1l jjetto understand after& while' tbat.it-is a voted to the if the African has, as much sense 1.have,'and a*V

urr.We cd m.idor J a11'.141 UiOD1I.k ,Grai1a ,-(;" ,"Glotift Marilhys democracy jveve irreconcilable oposites to each c oS1der le.igeocy.andgggi than any:prince gentlemen who ranch honor,'and if be has more philanthropy;"' _

\ -_ an4 of .' ort1.e and Paper Hangini.V other. BothijjdnoteIist in the -.-.same : piL Tier?.are power in that government nev- of hostility o, he.is a better-.manv You who oDJect to: w* _
Real government
.4loeant1 t.r tate turormI.tado. = PAIYTS OILS, GLASS ruttY', VARSISIIB 4O. .. Thvtoas good reasoning., It was eif th-eajned pt.in,jvoar philosophy r' It is a mere butjjee. -.:! elevation must feel your''inferiority tohtm.: oryouwould S..
'Pn tj 1mpr.Ytd.,et II eternal 1 league between wvereigp states and. the .state consider it ,not be afr4d4ciftKi.eteyation,1.belief } ___
:'ad. ii.: Dlprore4 Mao1tk Jacksonville,ria.tJT ., 1. rnth. They.then wanted to take away may _
Amcans
V of Texas has f9.ia ell,on.against its agent t e.lfaert;itte toniay better,in head'V
fScs, cheap
St AD orlen from Oe ooontjj prompUj attended to from the statesmen;;of,New York, .the, credit'of _
w. ml .. find prownlgatiug that cberewasitrMrrepressrible Now whilst jns .arauing itsel<. o f, ie., helping to:see the.dAY.. than I am.: 't have: some advantages over them.' 4'; V_ _
E" FanyO BdlllfM OMM dPit '
SJuv 9* ** 1aye band 01 the goy ruwentcrawflngoutofthe pit black ,white, J Advantage of color, advantage ,of education;: V
b SURGOt D Dee_14 lj ,. ... conflict between dee aail J r, .M rOIl or. V
rofr 'I' r : aD400eq W. RUBIA ojf tho ,ordains and position n4 w lr, &se advantages'am I'afraid! '
...\ror. W. : ; irf said,it, that one,fjfjtbese roust givjs way,and. goTcrntnentit TEX.. ) ; | >
;
F -. 24.-. 'U.U. 1iLeY. COMMISSION ,DEALER IN the rvalobject of the.revolution was not alone declaiTS that 'we will not permit any map who Yon cannot ,to takepy chanceslp a:race' witS ,him ;r d;
!
I bas murdered thefrkrids of the gbverninenlorrobbed compete:with him ''m t h .
privat
rlaor. *
p r
; to slavery, but also to: get, rid of the And
_protect alD
!: now
.
boZL" n i--- BEaU WOBS, aajJ ut Btt Q;, democratic? ,princple! goycmmeo ,.that. beingaecfssitry 'loyal citizens to'be'caired resolution to 'acc'bdntrimaginethefriends'pf tion of'my worthi &1ith4V I might, welt) V A : Veleatiou ,
--C this had' mt : any
t to aod of .ie' .
BISBEE tic well being, protection: r
.IJID in tbeir minds th tonnce my t. of the.sameold .
: and js'a tha
:
Arro certain'genUemen here re part dogmi, ., ,
,AT LA\11 slavery! .One gentlemarr .eaid ,be;was. greatly ficaton fbrvoter \ f
Hardware whO were. receivers under. the Cod. thLVStsk.iVlaws. eUma1wariM against the right*.dfthe .
BAT's diiignftted that the Montgomery Convention that: blar.kor white, '
J.tFU.' : V ndthewcaktetbpm', ,Jastia" :
.""""" Fz.a.Xu Jprpftortlon w
,
V \ Adopted .Constitution of the. confederate vote .You .
to
_otts'n r7.EaL1riej1ock. (31, : states did,not aV once adopt this princple.'ahd Theyire 1.igh'tone1,.;piltabje'gentlemen;,1 You profess to ;:white'and black,, .wb:-.are!*. V ,

I; and alter .long reasoning upon.the subject, said Thejr dw- :.ei ze upon ihtmans. ; property1.and. and are about.- 't'! >6rers of thei lanoV hi the'same propdrt 0'4"'C."*:
other classes:wiU be tlevatedL .Nobam,.. -
-'B. utter .1Jard i it. theirto driveou'of .
They aiduie
.I.1IaREWtI V. i if:yoa do not getri'ipf;: the principle of democt and oev.ef' i
i&ttarzy 4 COunaefljj. ..t"'l'-_ .. .. T ", ThVV.V raqy.in i the gpvernroenV'!e .will bave.ianptherretolution tbe country the friends "of, tit Union.. estia him. :I 'c invppt i pflcftoe1evati. tfi&I f saaJatVt1ewzi :
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.; .. :_., .. Jt ..\ V tKoogh the second be'more bloody The- aidseiniou'V Jiornedcattle: a a1e1io&o1d and dojouj, I'1h
'f V
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\ .I There IS DO I1dr. : Jo'ihoratCioipossible .Jt is '
oj 3 ,t.p Id..L ,yeiFroTostA.' .I': I V than,the,first,and? .*-4; willhve'a.- yenamtnt, ..dt, iimVlof 'suffrage to the_ i principle V <4V a*_i .
; .lCarabari' s ai r Dd as it is that hgb audd i
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; trDi yonnow' : th."iTnhJ
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together
h"
;lA \'de. iQ : people
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: the .
ital't otroIotonly 1MOTILJfl1tVtbeVg Y .i of Texas and
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... .I' -nQi'tti 1t'aI t c.tiJe.ere ;, DDcd ad'.n' ,. "
ritocracy) VV
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GENERAL NBWaGen. -De Lve UieMTOUt,proposes to walk a wire tretcK--: V JFVom tJu $ Tram ih? &htV1$3duntiI; 1842 We was ourinnister V : VV

JWWV .- Fatten of AlL, has written letter wherein ed over.Niagara Falls carrying his wife and .BOTH'oa lis'tfArS'A VT at.the'FrcncKCourt, whom fcu,suavity,
V a4d tact .useful l tn, restoring ngood.feelingbetwVe'tfihVtwo
f\ 4 werf
&i&fc .
<__ ..s.-_ he states that Gen. grape,Cotnir Isdoncr or tfis Fre
___ June 9, ilSL.T' men'a Boreau for that Bute, U nowjfurnisWBg 25,000 "- The Queen hits created Prince itre4spuroftheieali T One Bore.i on the wroH rffaae,' Iofi v edHndemnilr governments., question, but especially
rations under the iitlesV Duke of Ediaburgh Ear of For us a fonUIy cherished)isa e.* V V
a week to the timing popclation of Unt section, V ; his to the VtJTTh2E
r t jui took hiaWt of Lorda Tbund JV danntlcM beart.of !ifldV ,-.. distinguished binrtelCby opposition '-
iiudUDoME r. and that the of them arwi1tea. Tbe Gdrernorwy Ken ,lie in the House on open
nijorty 'clainiotiWfe the
search
? Of COUrTeOUS manner free tori bland, British tight of on high
flarJ.an a1uding to then art 100,000 objects of cbantj In Alabama. y, May tweeCy-fobrth, her Majesty's birdlday/ smile his features act &1VVV*
!
: **" "* reported outrtgl U notices to A clear on -? seas, publishing pamphlet protest, whicbvhad: vcr
of
'. In Tborrjuville, in which, JJ. B. cx-Provo The gtvat now of thou people depend upon the Freeimen's )- -The Secretary the Treasury sending Who that bassoon caae' r forget V a marked effect OTI European "opinibir, and s'ue> 9h ,
Bureanjof their subsistence, the Omcers1the.soothVbayebeen; "anablforTinf Our grand old hero, gaunt of limb,

1 L .s1jb1 Vas dangerously, if cot mortaly! !. has willing to take the test oath, that they wfll 'be requiredimmediately' A worthy son of Anarjm fO ccodingiatbedefvaLbf tboVactnowtcdgenIentV V thOu$ E'e'verIutemithent
< who made he of
< > orrei pandent just tour V ralbless spoiler bearing down V of this right by France. timer aa dnrV
'ze4ispIcasedtoremark is follows of the to vacate thdr several offices. Hr>McCul-
: Germanj.IIungMj, Ital/, Switzerland and France, states Tht trophies of our proud renown inz his whole career General Cass wa always V VittitTPerr V
fp paWrof the act: '/ loch has determined enforce,the )law to the lett%- V itircrcesd.dead&ffl7 lever
lhat his expenses hare jbeen an arcrage of fire dollars a V V-V.V true to American principles *nd ide aOuhis ,

>w nothing pT his antecedent*', bat day In su4 V V .VTUEV MIRACLE"0P BRACCIANO Bat Nor*when when th the Udd war-cloud wa backward rifted lay rolled; ,' V -* rcinrn from.France. GeneraKCas aa : V

'hcJ44 e1 4Jiat we were iunning little nsk in pars also' for severaL fair clothing purchases Mjjonrnej /Ia darkest treanemHi dthestjiold fV V prominent Presidential cnndiJale, receiving

the opinion .Utat the probable nrcrdi has lasted'seren and a half months, and I am awe I, Yesterday the Holy Father went to tine Chieaa V Thou darest to lay thy felon hand V V one buncli d andTtwenty roles at taejBalti-

% *knjkcr doling the late civil war. No could not hare lea and learned In the United States, nthsttirneLalfesninc'h Nuovo,-where was celebrated the feast of St. V On this wfay buttress oftbelandtV V -I pore Convention. The'souther,, plotters for V Congestive 'Chills

;feHl Fusoldier of the armies of the Confederate Pliillip-Ncri, patron of Rome> As the day was V Ot crtcTtie 4jpjnldmttbo* tot bide the of Texas had however V
as I did, for twice the money. I annexation mo jpcqniBden
tkei tie side ride
: yauiks: [ vo are confident, is capable of such'iiiiflMr. lived well everywhere, with arery few exceptions, and wc.t, the Pope did not make use hi&state of this carriage Nor Yet meet set it is that* men fame should by blend? V V V e in Mr 'plk, and-rat'.oterOta} -, <
the absence
tbcre were no.places, that I now remember, where I.did :bat, withstanding Tht toldltr, with th.wldlerf friead.V bio instances-tbe northern- Candidate was s
4: 'And1; st here, wo call lo mind the fact that bread attraction, and in spite of the rain,a crowd wait V One sank bene.th a fatal blow V dropped. In the same General Cass was .5
not well cooked and year
good meats wine.
4 tIb'** 'to ;cJ>nsiderable leaven of Unionism allowedlioinasrilledarnjtlie _get healthy ed along his route, thronging densely the piaz- Deaft ty a base and dastard foe! VV elected United States from Michigan
A lady, formerly a resident of New Orleans, but now church. There in fact-W Tht other spared through wrack and wreck' Senator <
.t it.et1ia ;; existence of the M before the was, In the session of 1845-6, hiitbei ade i f f %
route for has written of
en Chapultepeo
Europe recently interesting And ruin
1. an demonstration : hi favor. Handkerchiefs V V V
6onibcm ConfeJfracj. :Nor is Vt yHhoat in letter to female friend lo imposing in Through Ch rubmisco'S wall of steel, the"Fifty- nr fbrty-or-ficht*party,* and f,>ught !
a Washington detailing an account and the air
t$1 coundhe; fact, )howetcr jt may be waved from every quarter, From whence the fainting fuemen reel- V ;the English claims to onr northwestern territory -
of,an interview she bad at Havana with Robert "VivaPi'o'Nonor V
with cries of mingled, at V
.
nearly all the outrages rc rang To perish'when his'eyes should see. with an aerbily which: English cousins
Toombs, ex-United States Senator from Georgia. Mr with shout of live the saved from to sei V :j '' our
*td.s ) njr {>een committed ia the South rare intervals/ a Lcng Our Union sea V VV
never f6rgavc or -
: sdrs w soldiers, colored ToombssUn STOWS his intention yet calling the roll of the Pontiff-King P almost *!ways in he French V Tout treason from our counsels hnrled, tire forgot. V -jj> AOtJE 4VV
Mexican
V Senator
of pco- his formerala.es at the foot cf Bunker Ml, and'defitnt- In the pinZ.ZaVin< the midst'' of the And peace proclaimed to half a worlc" i V', V V Dnnng :'war Pass wa-
f4n4.tI1eflnnaton the hare
] war, hap- tongue. Thank God that when our need was sore- chairman: of,the,Military Committee, rand susPolfs -
ly asserts, that the Inrincible.giant of secession is not crowd, was distributed by thousands) A short V V
penedinozLlThunitiea containingstzongUiion: Thai when the battle backward bore, tainI Mr. war Pat of the 1VV
elicit kiw; the late conflict lasted.. -We will dead, bat only taking a quiet snooze in order to inrigor printed account of the "Tni ratle" of Bracciano, Till younger1 men by flood and field V war and thcpargo. accession measnre.v which s

w'4. not, t&Sbgh we might,'br pointing to different ate himrelf for another and, as Mr. T.hopes,a more successful which occurred last Monday tb* 3d of May, in Won Inch by inch a stubborn yield; V followed arose the discussion-of/territrtry over*the famous Diarrhea, VV.

.localities and counties ot our State show that attempt to overthrow the Goternmcnt of the the year of grace 1806. For hiVe last'tfto days And younger swords with mighty blows V
Wilmof
dark ranks of Proviso-involvinsf the of the
Pierced the foes
leagoered { question
with the cries of the
United States have been .deafened vendors
4' as iwy j>ftfycuW coTnraunUr was more thor- we Thank God we did not turn a side ; extension of slavery. This became the Dysentery sPeriodicai

ongWy ,*W and united in support of the -Hie Portland Argus says that Capt.J. 3'. Boyd ha? of this narrative; every quarter of the Eternal In bur first flash of youthful pride;'' 'j important issue of the time, and'in December.mpst <8 ,

jSouObcrnGovernment, so to the same extent has secured a patent which will make complctreTolution City'rcsoonding with the din : "One halfpenny But honored still our chieftain gray,. V : 1847 Senator Cass
( / the miracle of Bracciano, with Proud hero of an elder day 1 V VV V announced his views in what Headache
U Nibwnlt crderly and law-abiding since the applying buttons to garments. By this invention buttons fy/ocwj V is known Vj ,
the
t tail of
that intelligent men can be found who will dtffcr.wjjhnson the use of itrjad.: The invention consist solely in making oh the public promenades, and in the saloons, For Nor gallant how he dcejsof stood up later in the days gate; VV ter contained the essential principle of DonglasV V DumbAgae. V
squatter sovereignty dogma. Whatever oT $j
With for-
this point" the button with a wire, to be inserted Into the cloth nothing is talked of bnt the miracle. The guardian of our weakened State, -'VV credit
"or discredit attach to this
iThjvrTortcfwrt,acknowledging hcknows notlIngofthe like a cork screw, and then pressed down fiat, no as t6 tj-dghtiiiraRome fo'gets the vital qnesti it%.] Whet at the bdomin rebel gin V V Invention tlue'to may political
of the moment,:tbe impending war Which agitates Trembled def nceea.Washington, V is justly, .General( ,Pass. ,
turin V
s ling, 1O bold die button ia pUoo. V V :
antecedents of the perpetrators of tbc' wbolc peninsula- and 'the telegrams Ia those dark days sixty-one : The Wilmot Proviso democrats were at first

; is .ulrage, -unhesitatingl proceeds to fix -The most remarkable occurrence of the season,says which itself .' strong and ,numerous,bat the. party-inevitably;
yet the Jackson (ITiss.) Clarion, is the receipt by a gentleman electrify ordinary men, to occupy V He drops not off all gorged with glory) PILLS
.uTsdigraajiipon the Union men of Tho.masvllle. with thisjuggle.subjeetis in every mouth Like heroes of Homeric story yieldedto' the.demands of'the Southland pave
: in Grenada, of a letter from Yicksbuig, making inquires
From battle dripping red and gory; General Cass the ndminatioa for the PresiJenTr
from that of the Cardinal tothefacclJnoof theRipetta
To eav the least of U, the slur is as uncalled for V concerning the ownership of one hundred and eighty! and the 'full V be V But ia our modern time how truly great I in 1 848. Mr. VatfBuren and General Taylor *

'fsdtcbed. TJiis effusion of venom might bales of cotton scat from Talobusha county three years particulars may purchased The forward champion of u forward State, military prestige was too muhVfor himr nnd the
the cornerof From For Sale
at .street. all
every V Which mourns his loss as one left desolate- : by Druggists.VM. .
betJcf and still 1)inj n Vicksburg unclaimed.A .
have been restrained. ago, hero of JJnena Vista was elected. At the close
tlus.autbentic narrative we learn that Felix and Yet mourn nothopelesalr his happy lot, V V
'
f 4It _. S S S :_ :_.. London letter to a Banker from here says the of the. contest General Cas the SPOONER
Antonio di Guiseppe, or Ventura, brothers, orriginaliy Who leaves the nation free of soil or blot; wasye-eected to & Co.,'

'trov. HAMILTON'S SPEECILi.Itj)11&h specie arrivals are an immense thing(American credit. of Capitignano, in the Neapolitan provinces V Such honored name the name of \VirizuiV V Senate.and, was a prominent. ,?npporterof; 'the V :
The amount sent from America b where admitted SCOTT! :i- Nashville TennVWB
compromise measurcs.of
every
V on our first page, the greater were stained with every cnme. By turns V D. Dl-W/ERDtSAC.' .1850.ba. tnghis srp- ; V V ,
to have saved a general bankruptcy in England The port on the of the Ficholson letter.
pjflbc manly and determined speech brigands the bighwayaua adroit sharpers in _-V V V principles
pomon letters to other banking houses in the city are much He ustaine the Nebraska bill of- Mr.
Governor UAWILTOH very the towns, they followed their vocation in every DEA1II OF LEWIS CASS. V Douglas,
of
recently by
delivered t3thesmecffect. the Poutificial felonies and took the in 1856", for .Mr..lJ *
V part of territory, committing The announcement of the death of Lewis Cuss stump ciansn.
Texan, at Austin. They are words fitly spoken i ,-A curious invention is to be tried ia Paris An iron without number. Finally they were both It is to his 'lasting credit that he resigned his
will take Long the
no one by surprise.
an''open, clear, and comprehensive exhibit of tube is to be run up the side of the trees in the public V arrested; and Wet 0 tried and condemned to death allotted "three score years and ten,", he past has for poshioiras Secretary; 'of tate under the latter

ings as they were, arc, and will be. His ad- gardens which require constant watering in cummer. Up by the Supreme Tribunal of the CounciL The sonic years past been in an exceedingly enfeebled on account of his disgust with Mr. Buchanan's V Immunity against theFevers.and'Chills

s* shower when needed. his hmcntto which had been his home since of Spring and Fall
theffbrnow: making to build a that least guilty; commuting pttni hard frail indeed. -Although it seems almost 1815, and ,
op party '-A Philadelphia paper says that the Honorable Fred labor for life. It was impossible to- extend the so have great events crowded .the generation pastfive lived there qnictly nntil'thftday of hU death 'V the Dysenteries and Diarrheas
shall be true to the government. It should be erick Seward is be Antohio 'di lie By the earls uueRlment of bis.
to a candidate for Governor of New same clemency Guiseppe ears-.sin Mr. Cass means within V
V e Tp.iVa pro.mincnt ..figure .pf. Summer and the
re iby; ijland its plain but palpable troths, York,on the Conservative Republican side ct the next was accused of eleven murders, committed in in'our, political world, notinany-years have what are.'nbw'tfic-city limits Detroit, General various

considered. electionMr. twenty-three Tears; confessed to five. He since he the chosen bearer Cass !became verv.wbealthv. lie! held larjje'tract*: 'Biliotiy complaints attendant !
passed was standard "n .t *." tt01 \ .. *< ,
Kennedy, late Superintendent of Censas, has I cut off the two breasts of a young girl, and. of a great political party and'ohe of its mo t lanu in me best part ttt tbe city until hU dea h.The'valnre the entire?/ what i
KxccESrolr.A.'pleasure excursion upon; is
boardthe' V year, ,
on received a diploma of membership of the Geographical more dreadful still, he was suspected of having popular leaders. Unfortunate in' hathig- ben of his'property ha* been cstimntd ashigti

I ) tea vr Dicta.tor was given by some pf the Society of Prussia, tofu the vacancy created by the death assassinated ins own mother. The sentence was identified with a party whose policy lead to, and atwo or five million lie was alwaysra ,theSouth_ needs and must have

young"men of the city, on the evening of the of Dr. Barth, the celebrated traveler. that he should be beheaded at Bnvcciano, the terminated in a bloody civil war, his political hospitable man nnd bi manners were sush as'to V before that favored regioh'will

: 25tk Professor W. Powell who died scene of his latest crime-the murder of PietrdPaolini baa conciliate ever nitferparty.'oppdncnts. V Identi-
Byrd in Covington, career, had the advantage of contrast with
: IPrevented by circatcslances. from being cf Kentucky, a few days ago, bequeathed his head to Mrs. a herdsman. V those of Pierce and Buchanan, while V his loyalty !- field more prominently than,any'olher roan >f hi.sdaywith : attain the full hieed of its great

the number weare'' }'. II. Kenzie, of Cincinnati to be used for scientific purposes In (the prison of this town, Antonio began to at the crucial honr of our nation's history the grow tb of the most prospcrdns pOT ness. Emigration-thither hasbeeiiand
happy none less thankful evince contrition confessed the tion of the Northwest
great to pricM, during over half a
stands
accordance with this out in fine relief with the century
;; a surgeon cut off theprofessor's as compared
for tlie kind invitation extended to The and devoted himself duties celebrating Of miraculous his is retarded for the
us. religious Joss will be in
i indifference progress fcitf
head and U is now ia the possession of the or worse, of bis'two successors iii
want of, instrumental music, which the mana lady. especially every day in his dungeon the party Ieadershi all tbaC gion, an3e'yeri>t.bse Fh? .wfrp JicnV !lack of it; and for the same

service"of the/'month of Mary," in honor of ted by hi* famous ; nd curt letter to the
gers were nnable procnre, was felt somewhat, -Gen. Beauregard rioted the Lrrctpool Exchange a Lewis Cass was born at Excter-'N. H., on the ri iklv n--i Chicago" reason cottonratsinghasbeenrestricted
,
the On the of the nd Coriventionwill
Holy Virgin. eve day Lein hin
but Vocal short time his appointed 9tb October, 1782. When ten old he to
was music
supplied by and conversation. sgo'where, presence becoming known, years
for his be informed his throw the
execution mantle of
confessor V entered the charity over hi*errors. and interfered with
All in great interest was excited, and the < academy at that place, but his studies
their newsroom
agree expression of the courtious rapidlyU4 with air of conviction that As
,, an prufo'und were interrupted by the removal of his father- a statesman view pf the developments
lie
: If-*. V.and active efforts* pf" Capt. 'CoxxtTER and numbers followed was applauded Um leaving, and considerable the Madonna had appeared to hint, and announced V then,a major in the ThIrd ft., and a former -' of the'pist fie jears, his name will stand imo'ng

PcrserDcQCEBCKOK to minister,the pleasure that theoect! through the streets. It is said that she accepted his repentanc ,'and participant in the Revolutionary war-to those who might' have been called wise in their 4rHEv'a-: &
of the
Gc&erai's visit to England is advance "
to that be'should die the
not oh scaffold but live He.wo
of the company. V : Wilmington, Delaware t the of 'seven generation- *,deficient jn.boldness, "decision -
V 1 c.ct.1 i .. --- a railroad project' in tbe United States. to expiate his crime, and become one of 'her teen Lewis Cass became age a tutor but pf.character, and in a clear-perception of

IX3T We learn .-Major Janie F. Milligan, the well-known chief of r servants. This statement he repeated when the I young the nature of the grand contest which could have V
that
,.. r it powerful sidcwheel, the rV shortly removed to Marietta, Ohio, and began V In.view of these facts DrSpooner -
signal of General Lee's
V corps army of Northern Virginia officers came to read his condemnation to him but o termination. be
Had and
V of like
light draught Towboata9 the from the study of the law, to the practice of which he men
V way ,has been offered a similar position in the Imperial I at the same time declaring that he richly deserved was admitted in 1802. After lout of V position in the North, been brave and wiso m: offers to. the ,people

1-- V : _._1o&,tI _!_iY V V army of Aistria by the Emperor Francis Joseph. bis sentence, to which he listened with practice he drifted into his natnral sphere years of 1850, there would have been no callfor gal : of the South,and tOEmIgrarItS.

Colonel O'Kcit,the Fonts, is only twenty-five years I out the least discomposure. He asked pcrmis- olit1c : lantry and devotion at sdch fearful cost have ,
tciTh editor othc Setind h evidently p In:18obewas elected to V the Ohio 'gofng; 'tHithef Kis' ANTI.JE'EVEK'AND -. Iffra
of -
,
5cn to walk to the scaffold barefoot; and on hi* l savod the national life.,

V Hot potted as to the price of Ice in Jacksonville. age.A Brussels journal states that Eossuth is acting in I uny thither, and even as he mounted to the! legislature were, where the drafting his most of a important law which achievements enabled V __ ,. AGUE V

Mr.: DREW delivers Ice o'n board cars, at 2|. cts. concert with the Italian Government, and is endeavoring platform, he rcitcralod his conviction that he the authorities arrest $orne of Aaron Burr'sfollowers later from Europe. V PILLS which. .have been V
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V V
.- per lb. The J rprcss charges, per Ib., Is 2 .cts.: to excite a resolution in Hungary. should 'not be executed. He made the same. ia their passage down the Ohio, and V Jffw YORK June 25 ,

Tallahassee.. Total cost, by purchasing in General Wigfall; 'ex-Confederate Senator from Teas -latemen to the assembled crowd, asking their the drafting of an address to Mr. Jefferson V Btcamebip Gcrmanuarrived V JTrcm. ., ; ; DemonstratedfP tcd X and
t a Is in London; and is about starting out to lecture pardon for his crimes;but adding that he would then l'resident-in .Southamptonwith I i 4 V
of bis be ah
Jacksonville, 41 ecnti V on support policy. -He "dates to the 12tk, Sales o'f"cotton jfpiulay 10,000liale I repeatedlyi.tpt unerring
the beginning in the Africa not bid them adieu. The people listened in ; t
-V_ negro jungles of and conluding was appointed United States Marshal furOhioiii market firm V V
i MI prices Frcadatufli'finn
; unchanged. ; and
; .IKTKRISTINO Ve with a review of hii fcilcnce, thinking him rand, and they were con VI 1807 and "never-failing preventives'ancjciire VtVVc
DISCOVART SARATOGA. Inth present position in America resigned thcVposit1onIu1813. '
AT ProrUiona steady Produce quiet and Bteadjr. Vt2V .- t tV
V .Tjroy ( N.tWhg\ is the following curious There is no doubt but that Tennessee will bead, firmed in this opinion by the composed mannerin V In 1812 volunteered in the forces raised to : ::_ :. _) VV V of alf Bilious complaints'incident'to -

r account.of |nmtigaiions which have been made mitted ia Congress'by the Fourth pf July., Several Etpublican'members the which he The knelt executioner down and offered his' neck to j join General William huh and was elected colonel < rt ,- *t l-> f -, '- L. VVV f June12"Con ; jhe VV:South
seized the handle
in tbe.bed of ohe pf the Saratoga Springs: liave written to Gov. Brownlow, urg axe. of r, l lV of the Third Ohio volunteers lie wa' l/SClQ'SCfl g.2OVG3j4. -' 'j -

'High Bock Spring, Saratoga, which has long ing him to call the Legislature together at once to ratify nnd;theguillotine found which!act had been tried Tbc in the night lt irrnnt for an immediate advance into Canada La France believes, .th! rumor of. n expected Imtterial: and West Try- but one experiment -

be*u.regarded as a great natural ctiriojity;. has the amendment, V V loaded with to enormous effectively.weights, now descended cleaver/ and was the first mnto land on the Canadian V message.on the 1M- '/-, a 'neirlpari 9 b 'unfounded-*' 4 and \ ;. the. cost trifling,.

recently been investigated -during the progress -The,dirjr goods millionaire, A. T. Stewart, has purchased but, wonderful to relate, it stopped abruptly two, s shore. General IlnlPs indecision and withholding should M.'koiiber be questioned on.the policy of the Government the "resultis"beyonct
of excavations:carried on to induce KellocgV1 Princess After the Bath said be i of proper support rendered the movcmeet a be will onlv anyC0q-
possible, to a fingers length from the heck of the malefactor. repeal hla third of May decUra- -'j'i.r'" LJiitj-5 o r ci ?
the water to flow bver the opening the rock. marvel of coloring,for the nice little sum of$25,000. The executioner, in his duty, reset the failure, and Colonel.Cass taken prisoner It tion.V- c :t *V:-. -, %-. -. -. -,. r., ?.....: fe f [ tingericyl It never has failed

f The.iWster without doubt originally flowed Collector.Clapp's perquisites from,the revenue seizures was on this'occasion that broke his sword,in Marshal O'Doncell has f
V Hpparatns; again the blade fell, bnt it was again expressed apprehenslons'that18C6 arid Vi.'caiiVwhi1e: Physiol-
thrpngh the'ronnd orifice in thb 4 disgust, an a*; which was the occasio'n of much
top, during the at Burlington, Vermont, are' estimated at $30,000, arrested at the same'point: as by-an invisible will not pass without Spaia havinsto defn{ berterritorj. V -

? process :of formaUon of the rock, and probably a year, which,,with bis salary, pays his board and wash? hand. Meanwhile; the spectators became excited ha.norODswnig comment in tim V Cass and Tay "" ogyi Jemoifls iehteVV
V
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b lor V V -
V for/years/ aateeqiKint to that. Bat ever since l og.. beyond control and shouted 1 campaign.; The passport system in.Aostria- been introdocrd.
l&ojspringjias been kaown the has ;. 'pardon In the following spring Colonel Case having The Emperor has for '
water failed Robert Christian Wiley, Foreign Minister of the while tho VV started- the headquarters of the
pardon ff.Idind
raanv leaped on
tofeach .be top of the rock havingfound Hawaiian sc i Been exchanged wa*:appointeJ.Colonel of the Army of Uie North V .,
; some Islands for died there last fall released V
many years, the culprit bv force. A courier was The Audtriaa ambassador '< J J'
has left >
United States Berlin. VV
saVlcrraacan Twenty-seventh and was'soon < -*
outlet Since infantry
the ; S
spring passed in- leaving property to the amount of $130,000 to' Robert obtain ( The
despatched to of the popular
us pardon Pope, be indignation in. Bavaria!against Prussia
1 to. the bandf of its promoted to Brigadier General a
present proprietor efforts Christaia Cochrans,on the condition that the latter snould and it is confidently stated that the Minister of rap: continues. V V VV
i have KcjEflJn progress stated: above, to his L idity1 of promotion probably mote due 'to V bi penc The
assume name. young man,Instead of complying the Interior has ordered an inquiry( as step in King to change
tratej.lie. and the achievements ns a legislator than as a warriori the Ministry, who maintain the V
mystery, cause water to
again with the conditions.. of this policy declaring against V
the direct
will his has
cut throat *ith a pnjtoThe miracle in the interim, the % ce.
1 resume its ancieot.flow il e first" has already been lie crossed Lake Erie, under the command of power that shall-commence, V ;
accomplished tod razor. made such rapid progress as an article of faith, General Harrison, after lorry'svictory Austria protested against the entry of the Pru&sTani: V

bare becn .b rough, t to some light rery singular facts -Don. W.-\V, Beaton, for 'many years editor of the that ii haa beefl recognized by the popular poets, present at the battle Proc'tof," and participated was-V into the Eastern llolsttin, declaring jsucjt action V to be.ia violation of ... V V Nvil1e,

V National Intelligencer died id th 16th lost and this morning they 'were singing a recrtal ot Convention. V V
thatcity on
in the V
I k slight excavation has shown that the rock triumph at the Moravian towns'and'attbe The Prussians three VV
it at the of the bave.occapied important points
at the advanced corners streets and ,, V
V onlyeUended a few inches.belOw thosniface, age eignty-one years. exhibiting; battle of the Thames. After the end of this and will immediate!;occupy three, others.

t D4) itrwas easily remored. Within it was a cham .The Union victory ta Nebraska is confirmed. TbpirtieasndtieI&beSeuate a In illustration,pictures coarsely daubed on linen; campaign-General 'was left'in command of

t4 ber about two feet in diameter, and, below with a single district to .which represented Antonio receiving'from a visit the'militkrydistnct. of Michigan and -Upper FiRTHia 13T, June-2i/V t of low V
pit bear: from.. i In which ia favor the Madonna in his'dungeon, and then his The Morartah here with" V jharshy,. arid over-
: formed by/tbe bubbling' water, .about ten feet ibejctiances! are of tha,Unlonlslsts. L- Canada, and with a small force was remarkably V passed 'dates to the 15th. It
i la .'" : ' "VMuuneuntasu miraculous deliverance on the scaffold, fjnch is successful in the b rumored that Austria has declared war, bui'late advices -. ilowec'regions'| where miasma .
V depth in which were found .a large number ; the incident hicb absorbs defending whites against the do not confirm it. This V : or .
of:tiiniblers lost ia dipping water. AH around the lately, been excited in British I now the attention hostile Indians; .. V V V 14th in hu : Emperor Austria on the: : -
uf Home, arid which has been speech,sai4 that"we had done everything else prevails) ahd air
I t U" ', : '. VVVVI
catch
the
deposits:from the waterbnt immediately beneath show the esIsteBce Feminism in the regular army ..iaIslandl uf to the brigands popular who'behold fancy' ; tojrafse of tha 'courage* pointed: Governor of the Territoty of Michigan; i Cotton advanced i to one 1 jienny. Sales for the week ; EMIGRANTS,TO- THE.SOUTH- ,

tbe .rock lay the body of A tree eighteen inches their'riamher which then embraced noV only the present'sUte 70,000 bales Middling Orleans, 44idL Stock tt Liver- ''
specially' protected by the Madonnar and, Pool, 1.000,000.Ulea. : :N' ***. I > V AND WEST, V
I /Itf fdijrpcter, which itHl retained its form -A Bremen letter,announces the departure from tLatGerman of that'nime, but what now constitutes the Consols closed .
t ,V fill the coffers of the at 86}. Fi.Te-twenties W.
finally .
auawasnfficaent1y firm to be sawed in section* ,port, pf 16 passengers all of whom intend maxIng ; government.Morothan states of' Wisconsin; Minnesota, Iowa, and a V VVV '-,; 'r'tT'S should be
: eod'polled out This Texas their home. Other eighty ''thousand persons'bought portion ofVIIhiDoisthed vast wilderncsal V -; i ti*, ; -not for a, .single
V tree must have fallen beforetbe -V .Teasels will 8II9Z'tIJJQIIOII r. tickets th three corcl a and V .VNSW York-, June 25th. -

; ? formation of llie snrfacodf the rockcommenced fUenrr 8.Jooto esUbUalicdbiinself at Louisville', tbo'lotter/'of numbers tbe hunting ground of Vsc.eralV powerful Indwn Gold 52j. Exchange' KX 'Cotton dull t37c33Vt I
:. responding to the miracleaceordingto'.tba rule. > .1 i' ., 1 X
and probably remained there thousaod Ky, to csr.ea tbe praelice of law.,- V of the 'dell* Arteor book 'tribes.Goverfcor Class, as the Executive of tbii I ; ANTI :-F.'EVER ANDAGbE
"Librp or drc ms. New OKLUXS, June 25.
vicf jear Several feet further down the .-Jitdgs Longbtidge, of Oskaloosa Iowa vast territory, was A most efficient officer. He Cotton .
,was nominated L. The drawing'tookpIace yesterday and V firm, with sales to-day of 1000 bales;. Low Mid
bode of an oak, e'lgbt inches diameter, was for Congress Tbunday-jhs Union Convention, in won-ah auspicious' miracle for tbe nobody :concluded more Indian treaties during his term dling 35@36c, :GoI4 59}. Bank sterling 63: ";% ,... ; PILL m order

found which has suffered very little decay. After place of lon.J. B. GrinnelL: which the number subscribers would government otherwise of office than any other officer thegovernmeht V V Three s iddcommitted to-day. V ,that when V they are attacked

reaching tbe dcplh'pf twelve feet it became The Hon. J.V, Patterson was: yesterday V elected have ruined but which has now V has made before or since---n6 Ies4 than twenty- with Cliills! and
Fever
; netted V Bilious
an DEATH..
apparent that a fcjr inches would one in all tn the of which heMiv- ,
more bring to t7oited States Senatoc to succeed the HOD. Daniel Clark Nor is the negotiation VV
rjew, the. crevice from which enormous eunx. game yet over, as played tact-firmness Died ID LakeGty onthe 17th.of JoneBiciuu> Fats? : Intermittent or/ .
; this: fountain )by the Legislature of New, Hampshire.Th the V Romans' the great and personal courage. ., V Remittent V
Infant
plAy same nnmber three times CIB, Son ofjcpoevjTHOMAa T- and Mrs. Assu
unceasinjjly flows. Here V In 1820 he t
the work was stopped Germans Gndnnatl hecal1eda and this of planned an'expedition, for crossing i.doIGged V FeverS Dumb V
to meeting to course, necessitates three purchases ; one-yca -wairtingafew days": Ague; Congestive
tube Lake
procure with which to bring.the wate express regret at Blind's'fiiilure to aasasrijute Bismark.Twb r. tickets. V Superior; exploring thb Upper Mississippi t V 'Alone, tithe our Father will, Ji'V V
V Xo.tbt torface of tbe ground. and establishing jn those tbeo -,: Chills vPaia in the
S trading On ,
-. *harp. Boons'countrr bors. recently eaut aai r- posts remote V V #thought hath *econeiIedAi. V .AI f I '.'-. i J
VVV J iV'P V ___ ,_____VtI4'V j. o : places. While' engaged in thii'great'en That He whose laVe exceedeth Back -
foxes 'TuV DK8 Socrn ours, Peripdical Headache
'I'lUXU en young near Rpckfork, IB. They took them to Tim or TH* --The Baltiniore ;; ,
V
ox A FPKIRAI. VflbrjeUL
Eicruio.-The tei prise he won no little moral control over the''V VVA4 hflijV
excursion town,wd made she Buperriaon believe they were wolver.They Sun, speaking of'the Fair in tliaf a VV Diarrhea
,o/-ifie steamboat Daniel Drew and city for Indians by personally pulling down' ** t* hltin OlfttInVtMneVarrns w'Aid --or Dysentery, (toV
,
b VV, that opbe Armenia West Point yesterday, got.Q l ounty for them., V the relief of the South, says ; only by an interpreter, a British flag accompanied which V V V let hi'WeneeftJrth bv J which they are lia-
constantly
t "Dublin
of lus
u?! <>%ibe occasjoa of the funeral of General Scott, Arehbitbop Culleng been crested a This,! le,c1zarityhas; proved a. success be> had been erected by them at Sault St, Marie; $ r*'A ewngor oC k.v*befSTOCKnOLDZRSof V -T't.
-
'.4.r ;\* peoeda Dc field for thieves. The Daniel cardinal* ; VV w yond the (most sanguine hope of its projectors!! The successful manner in, which he condiicted :_ Pu*hwaJitrt4$4 --bIer) V they- maypromptly and

4, -; 3 r1 .Drew ws tcccsirely crowded On the trip to Tbe Fenian excitement hat died out The United $182,006.has been received by the treasurer his imporUntnegotiations: with the Indians attracted -, V : efiectuaUy, .be* USC4a.without
% NEW .
V est Point tbe Uuev conducted themselves States Government, bowevcr, appears reaolved on prosecuting and disbtused by the State Committee! and tim r the attention 'of the gnvcmraent, and the <:A *' >v-k -

a respectable mourners, nd bad good oppor the leaders in l the recentaggressive movement ,and amopntyet to be handed in fromthe tables and led lo his appointment in General Jackson's Caby i ; !Q-C a'inglays:1abor.::

I iity jorvci king pbserrtUoi'whick might be of with the close of those trials probably the end'of Fenlan- pntsictacommiUeei is estimated at $1 1oO.-> nice liis this portion oT his public career: VV V V V ; Their success is'not contingent

j ,ito them when they irere, ready for work IamfoihepreienwULeoue.4t >, : i The total expenses of the fair amounted to "v hich deserves the roost nnqoaliied commen riiuz the Florida UacfiuidLbittbpr '
upioriVnythmg will
o passengers, who were:neb In.moaey1, gold is etld that James T;Brady bu been engaged ascoonael $3,650-Jeavinij.the, handsome aura,of IU9000 ,;- dation. Among all the remaining"firat SCttl&Vf ; .L: cf Cothpn7arebbyVrequated h irj5ut
I V .S tcbe I c, Lad .upparecUy 'DO Idea of. the for General Sweeney in the matter'of hi* arrest AVthQpro e ds. This I is the mOre the tcrritoryonce'gover nedby"General CaiV DenngttTrc.uiw ofthe Vop y,an4 U.ubIeiVothe napald t jl. C. V V

g.4&ooupAuy they were :keeping. The diswidjjctcrthe tie rioltioB f'tb Bemtr ityhwf.OfBcen .- < .gratifying! n it is borne in mind that the, administration wiU'beremembeKedBod bonpred. Florida Frcjcdmen's Bank,tt Jacksonville, P1*. This no fl&JIflIY.c' U9zWOZ

; rogues allayed suspicion, wbrf bays served In'tbe'Iate war art tramerooriy > fair, was held at apefjod of great nicrca tileMeV., VV V Lice is given pursuant to a"vote" of the new board of Trus V V
'
iilTetCruUipVerhirgwasxc,4y fcroeyo1 applying U Brevet llajor General TJllman for pod- pressibh, anil n.r', V cQitumunity. that has been He was appwnted Secretary of-War tn11&S11J tees For of the the infonnation Company. of all For saleJbyallrDruggists

r f dons under loin hiV its : ojunt *r coift of Garabtldi, 'In.ItJ more severely tAxed for similar objects) { -during just as th jembryo treason 'of'South Carnlina tract from the Lawn Florida concerned,under which,the theJCompauy following ex

V >r % / '. thb part five years than any other, in the i nnj'try. was exciting the iro of General V Jackson. !The Incorporatedppende4fc. 2s |") *$ V $*l4gen V VV VV V

J I ap&dixrxugthetnp siid while the IlPraerstV Tolnmtefa Sladwtsac* 'traosUfionofSharketipeare Great, however, as has beenthe result, it mUd and-compromUiog temper!tbVSecretary M It &haUbefuwinUartha.Tnateea to call sad- demand June2STyO

I .p.eeger& were crowding And jostling each V bas been | oe4 M.Bombay. has but served .to'dcvelope the va4 Atriount oftdBering'in was far from'being in aecofdance' with7 the' decided from the Stockholders respectively, such sum*of money J"
V 4L4a : riewirf his chief by them subactibed, at such times, and 5aF H sId14y iu' ?
theffonruler'tthe"stcsmers! the Southern States and whilo the latter propor
at r-A pelfcin mearortng five feet eleren Jncfcei Is height'eight anil will scarce* lions u they shall dint V l of and CapslmflEiCCQatredncednricea., V ,

T1iourtb street if i>esbr.sso8 slroet, 'feelids Inches In breadth of wju ,inil one foot and ly'nic tbCVtitbO fbe jspplications 'for relief,V tent soldier*to erush incipient treason \\w the the Mid shares of the said proper stockholders utdevp.Ie.and all lorteitiog previous V Jfl.-t( UV V

V j j>ftrsop--iow mfinj,cannot, pf course,be ihree Inches In length of bill, wa| Killed a M dayi ago hundreds of them Isppealipg to avoid abaolole bud, the' temporizing.Secretary originated1'the' payment*jaade tiereoi,if,such payment shall not be V V

HowB Wje/e robbed, $tiitltfioQ\it\ tctbt,. .* nAiJ-h--1 ..:.,:' i'J 7 V V stanthwlie Ifady mflnagcrsfiave determined plnpf sliding nediator? :soo je tbe irasci mad within'sixty1 day J after a notice requiring such paj- .. Call at
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5a iislrmf And 1o the SJanner of it, one of tin V V .to.continne ttieit'DObC wqrk b .an'd ble and hw'defying fireeatenNotwithitkn'd- meal shall btie beta,published In,such;tofiwsnsnet'as.aforesaid. JL sad cumin iH \ VV '
41ew1sliouA, ere, has be ii e tilfidfw/ori3ance: of has thai IngthU cbntrannew'of'view iGeoeral newspaper p'ubllihed nearest the pbce : %I.r.
t&icrctj j ut uneeibthie Christ_ It UfuniiBhedajler; believing _MieJIbcodity of our'people is notvet'exhausteo Jackson( where,th manujlacturuijj opejrations of thesaid, Companrj
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: __ V : n.S i e4 i- ipte4hIatederVof resignation hating to"AsaocMti '"
V-V wer fouDd.itoJoie of(u rooms ; in1836fby; pa4. WWaaf Id&tI l1 1ythdC
Jobi 'Btorii V VV V Conrt'iDg Hker.cating strawberriea and'cream t Teawo 6M11'hetlthj -The FresidenrfrrdW himfJetiier Jan7 k18S Judge Probat6f(.Hamiltoaooanty;for 1**** 5Adftinistratioa
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toy larger 'llfla lit V V zO
4brt BCfl V beu sominated byth Cs j Ttanti to bo did alow,,then you; ge't'4he I of'tjumts) for bU services;: and tendered'himthe A J. If. iL&\Yv0t* Vt ?
V JieIs&'itNeB1ger. PrWde&t Be OoTernor of tbe ; J.PUyCl *
Territory'of MonUns.- V fluror. French mis'ion which be V V I'rsMentFla.LsndLCo. V stkleooaty,deceased. WJ.
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+il ;i i'II4SO ; 'R.i1O. -. NOTICES.L500 . .. ,;NJtSTA r.ER ,:rrl JJ- ; ( INSURANC l"Ui E:8 SAflfl'IiZ4t7-q
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everywhere tft .-'i iiC'.iilJ. _
la adraaces ten ii t : or H ,R 4I>; ,_:- ;;"
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pet UD1IDI pa-.ble ; Three .new kinds ISndusarf syper feeJ, i''I l' ; .
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.. a21. AD wers discontliwedof Sen,oa trfalJ ,.arfmnted JJve'resw..* uAbofeaalaij or I/.1:'.f'i fj..irt..:". ISSUE. ': ,' .- .c." : ; !; '; coNN;. :.. } Whorti; to be sold at ...J..w" .slt: ," ''R.-..._ .,
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' *-, -1: WI' wbscrlptloii expires.J.1tES large(bn\I lJSfq 'p.14. The OIILY lI1.chuu..$b.the : : .. ,. ) n f ererj description. -.5-----' mr_ .' -. ;v. S
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Silver Ware .
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OF ADVEETBIS'O.lines DW ffffvt. TUflittfif f'w'W1' ,'Crwwr SaJfcw,Sutgtr.f n ..",- "" .. .' ,Watche* Splendid tleblt.,. .
fin*lnsertioa.4LBO. '4fF >tiA f"HOTkraftfMn*&>M > ; r ; against all Uodsof aeddents, is- \ .
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((10 or less) 4 c.- ,*'j.daUer: .1.ff IS- "" 41D : Sets GoUJPeasasd Pencil CwMCtotettertMlftuPaintings Y- .
........._... "* .dll.v Uefl I'Im'ftt cal 'r' : ;: one month to five years, for ; .,
>*. ,. Insertian....... Jriud \h. r .I't : .. .. ': '11''I\:< ,1L ,: '. 1D000 ,Engravings,Etc. wS&a Ibrrescfc Werer .,, ,.: .
f ,, or(3 to$34 weekly "
-- Bostraarfdredarfwot Address -' B-SS
Is 'I I ZDOfltb*. I months. 1ear.oll1iOes..1 e ". jfre# } ,o : "f *? '' I j- -*;;; j tGBA'ERJIr | )UB\\I, and ." "Ij j, -
tOO $ 11.00 1 .to.OO W Ca11 Sbd" t1ark at DWdcford Maine, or.Chi- : tot80 aDrC premium. In- f dfJT S.--J& *
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90.00 DpOD \ : The Travelers! Insurance y !HAT .L rEACnlf* .f.T :'<
...( o.oo oIL nET ft..b ALIUf ; > "
: 0. 178.00 .1 ; , IStile oldest accident Insurance fifAad noitobepaLiar 'lw'asiIM f r > ttt
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t ';. .. ilay 31-ly : : "t,(. b :
f. : carefully and-udQtl1-maa- ;
U4.00' 300.00 "0.' J : to receive ISCHEIirLE 4 .
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......._90.00 ': .0 1'- !k
$90 A Mo'nthi AGENTS wanted'', tor -- .yoj'l :, .- '1 ryt : ,;!and pep its tories- prompt- OFBT 'SAIE, : L :. .
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4ost.om.Q Nottce. fix eulirtli. new srtieltt just crat. Address. 0.T. '! ; '''' I_ APPORTIOSMEnV :1 .-:
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Biddeford If..\ > \tt 1I" LOSSES .
huT City Building, "
OmCEflO. May 31-ly 81Errors ; ". ; ,7. .' t"l" I and forty thousand OO Gold Hunting W ....... _?..,-.' '.l 1 _
..,I A.1t to 15. P. to policies. 250 Ladies*GoM :. ,. ......;.. .
............. paid Inlosaes,,insmnsof .7114. >
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._.. ......,. ........, to 10'a _u. ef Tooth. jEl ; : Insurance Eitaac| No.ta 400KlverWatchesdoqb2e cae....... 40to'j ..
ani" ; fonm; A gentleman who ffoffered for yean from Nervous Debility <; H PoQae written without iOO Diamond Eh**.......... ........... Mta?; !a* % -
NORTh Premature Decay and all the effects of youthful Agents. A liberal ducrnmt 200 Silver Dinner Sets......*<...........i 100 to* ,
sake : oa lot Tea Seta...... ........ '
and" day.Aftr.rnOODL indiscretion win, for the suffering humanity,send 4.i.- 100 to300 $ 'a
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: S 'daflat' f'. X.CI free to all who need it,the recipe and directions for ma. j; ; : \' President; tot Teapots and Coffee Urns.....?.* 20 to O'. ", t > ""-
'_1'- WEST, king the simple remedy by which be wia cored.' Sufferers No. 2, HoEo'a BLOCK,_BJ 1f. Secretary: 100 -.M its'vohvingPatentCastore...... 11 ta4w>.' Ii--'i'.,

ngSUDday u ) wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience,'can >. "WILLIAM ROOT Agent .00C1 Gotd.Ve aDd NeckVhainn..1., .'. 8ta3t>0 t, II1ft ,.
jtI",. IYez. (StUrd7eIcePLeU a'sr. )f. do so by addressing and Coasts or ABAJU AX. POTK 1 FLORIDA. 2PbotogripbAflxuns._. .'....:...,... 15 to M. 1), ;>.


0-. E.LEEED11F.X..jznonefoTther&ML JOAN B. OGDEy, & ]00 OilP&lWDgS. ... .,....... .... 3910 100 "..
Jan. 11 ly KoU Chambers St, New York. -.. 4.00H Magic Spring Lockets..,.?.,,.J r10 I SOto : 1
1,000 Gobi Gens'itnsioa t< ...... 1 .' ... .
r -r. J B. ... or Lake City,"ant.boftJed to Strange but True. : 'Jacksonville,, : ; ? SALE! -: 600 Seta Ladies'.Jewelry.'superbs.... ,5 .... -

ri Every young lady and gentleman in the United States --jovn Lot In* : 100 Oral Baixi BIaCeIets....... ...... .( '. t. ,t
i! .IDa ors. G.I can hear something'yery much to their advantage by return "rj; "._;;> : .. .. : J.QO&.K'CIOIIIC-. .................._ 5iG ,.;to... ;:-_,-'ill. ,
.JLiCUOLA' $ 1. DnuU. mail(free of charge.)by addreesinstbe undersigned. jri.l..mY"oILb' ; : .cITY -.VOI""t no ses..l1.. .........?. ,- ***' 1, M A .
., receive and receipt for money for i*. Those huiDl fears oCbeing humbagged will obtigoe by Dot JDL I7EPS, a business connedia in Jickson- MO set SUm Tea and Table Spoon..., '1.1'_ >t3s". -

or'r: for sale bin 1,000 GoldThimbles.........,........ { -
i; noticing this card. All others will .please addict their .. ,.: cfers improve Y1o t _: .
1r"' ':1 SUO Silver Ice Pitchers........ .
r. obedient servant western pert of Lake: City con .. *joi "
. reference to advertise THOMAS ,F. CHAPMAN; : '>" ';1. ricbTIammock land-four acres 5,00 Children's Armktt........... ato" jOi-!

Ta I DxcrfOLy that the time of arrival Jta. 11-ly 831 Broadway; New York DRY. GOOD ,.... ".. ,.... t _,, .. under fencing and now in a high 2,000 Watii- Charms ...........,.. lID. lOrC' : .
3et. it will be r.een CLOIHIKG ... !improvements are all! new and 1,009yet .......J... *> to$0w,.n
: of this favorite steamer 1 has been TO Consumptives. BOOTS;and K SHOES* ; : xh ,:eornfortabfe rooms one Etc, .Etc, EtR," Etc E63SJ .

03 dtparture will hereafter leave Char1 ton The advertiser, having been restored to health In a few :. i'i: HATS' and CAPS, .. 8enonsetrogbufltirnoke X IX'The'CLancesIn the division of tne *lis Jhtt' -
Jn She Satur- week by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for I,: ",j.: ,,.-- CROCKERY' '. : : story lUra, with staMe.room good are to be disposed of according to the aaawurf"

Saturaay mOT'' Savannah every several years with a severe long affection and that dre d : ,.- r.J.t1 DARDW. ARE, Contepient to th. kitchen M a statement of arrangements, 'J'-t' ; .,
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s ery will leave JacksonM disease anxious mke known :pOn tbmisesa never failing; ,Ceni5catet ofibe various articles tIir.1d4.
Consumption to to LUfelloweufferers / /: M
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hI,it 4[ p 1.{ returning the means of Cure. :" S"J o r ". !. .. ; rich acd.aveDow and wen adapt are put into envelopes,securely.sealed, and .,.
morning at 3 o'clock andc.nnnah growth .cf-all kinds cf garden etl, taken out with no regard to choice,showing I
every Tuesday To all who desire .be wIt send a copy of the prescrip- ,.' w ?
'- and forwaftied mail when the bolder of the Cep
morning, nt 9 o- tioQ used(free charge)) with the directions fer idsra by ,
every Wednesday prepa centre .street to the western Lucite ear see what be or she can have by returning"!< %
and which will find iVIt&en&
the-WIle. a
ring using they
1 ; \VhcTioffrl for sale'at reduced .f
same evemng. the Certificate aDd OXB POLLAR. '
Charleston ad .03
rtby'potwewlzut- vantage
amVingln for Coins .
lock, COSSCKTTIOS ASTHMA BROSCTOTIS, Corona '
The Dictator; on her last trip we are inform- and all Throat and Lung .' The only object of iftaek'ta the,.:'best'range is' the I ONE. CEB.TIFI U 25. CE. .
the advertiser in the U benefit the 'nnimproved are wet .
Prescription to '
travelW sending A Certificate jd
Fast Gold
single seenn S3
out. a or
!hours may you ?
; wss only fourteen and (inform which he conceives be Call and ezaminefoyourselYes. kory. The bcction U healthy
.t afflicted spread oo -
article valued
,at$100 other ralnahle vdcI--
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Laf! a mile the Court House
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and be sufferer will hIs .
tbst invaluable bopes every try remedy They art no llaxk .-
tiDi as it will cost them nothing and may prove blessing.FaeswbInthepressiption May.31"tf ::31' .(I.: gaJcni f purposes ,this place Fj adages of Certificates sold to Schools .Ageuti'

We Are under obligations to the Agent rut, by return null, -- ',besides,fronting one ol f tc.,at the following rates; '..' .. .
.. be made valuable for resiliences.
Schedule of F.
will address Passerijci
please .
If the Southern jxpres* Company for Kwb- KIT.; EDWARD A. WILSOJfrJin / Jane ; be bad ia the pcrjAi ofthij 1 Coflczcentomyadbyma.S Jficaus.44 .. ............. ,

I rifle KooxviIIe,Columbus and Savannah papers :U: IT VTOliameburg Kings Co., ivew York. MIles Eutloru.! jArri ve Leave: ; W.and MOORE accommodating',Lake c1y,1'1a.AppI _.. 11., 1.rOO.

_._ I SO '* with .
( splendid prcutlua)
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the mailS calves 25 hogs .
of i
i in advance .. .. Lake City 2:89 : ms and ducks and 20 cords of 55 u. 4. w. :
:DIVIHE & THOMPSON MWe .
11 Olustee f 3:03 3:0J 1 i 100 .I ,Gt.''
Ge .Sltepley ,may purchased with the '
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Ly.japt Ross, 10 Sanderson., J3-.S3 3:43 : guarantee satisfaction ins]!. c. Cw'toaet*. .

Iu 03C,thanks for hi. find regard in ,placing' House, Sign and OrnamentalMNTRL 20 Baldwin ]4:43 .4:53. Pass *- -. whose tastes or fancies are not suited taD have theirgoods. .

fin*. watcrmellon.He 20 Jacksonville .5:33 t >"changed. :* ,-%. /t, .
before Ct;last week a very ; SO :t r: rtJFiesiiTpglaa| ''
rest assured it was properly disposed .p rr TJUIS., : () i ; .cenfj C3 each certfficrte ordered' by.tbem",sot leas&hall' 'r
nay iJacksoruiUe f 4 T I Eye hesns M'ndn these tennsL Ageats win collect -* d
ot 20'B ldwb.h 5:10 r j : ; : : : : c : ?5 cents r.. $ CerUSate and forward
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ffildlay
-m--.m* Graining, Glmlnrj, MarUingt Paperflanging O'SandeI'S ,' I' IS .
!( n.. 6:10: 6lf I'vz : .. '
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t&> The attestion of all concerned is calledto'ibeadvertuemintof and Kakomming. 10 Olostee je-,43; 8:60 j I Letters a&onld be: tdirca; d tor ,: -. ;. tDEL..1COP1t

the Florida Land and Particular attention given to re-wlutCDing OLD WALLS, 11 Lake City,. 17 0! .1 I :" -i I.

''JjI I Paint, Dill, Glass, Putty, Turnwi, . Rates of Fare of the ,F< .C : '. ., .oldASD Nos. WJt 6ft Johns Street New : .
Lumber Company j
f Agent wanted ia Town, County and
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.h. uI-- All orders from the country proopUy attended to: '
\Ve call attention to the advertisement Shop on Fonythe, between Kunan and Market Stref t, Fr urn Lake Oty Jacksonville. ,if paid '- April 12-6m. 24. '. :
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,ry Jacksonville Florida. fice an4 a ticket procured...-.,.,... -
of WK. SPOOKM & CaL s The medicines .3I.yl0-6111 28NEW If paid on the Cars...........,...,,. ; CLOSING.. : OUT "r-
To Olnstee with ticke.e........ I. 'S
where know& the )highest repn- a .
vertised, bare, .. STORE.. If paid on the Cars....-......-....... ,. UiIE8 or TH$ :
tuL Saadersoi\ with ticket............; LbND01i. WATC1i. 'CO- .'

BATh & PACE. If paid oft the Cars.......-........ : 'O.iD;to the failure and sadden or .:
cbtng
iT We see from the Savannah Repu Wean; Wholesale'and Retail Dealers To Baldwin with a ticket........... ; : // U FLORIDA, and business of the .' thwntj.,

Capt B OCK, is to If paid oa'the Cars..................-.. : If t
tlsttlie steamer Darlington, r. WATt t
i* From Olostec! to Sanderson with a ticket. / : LQNDO :: -p

ma between that city and PatSika via Jaclcson- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, If paid on the cars... ........... A large number of fine Watches, ioanuf jrtured e.

and tie intermediate landings Captain HAY GRAIN, To T witha ticket..,........,: 11 fur the United States, being hetjr first du jCm |
rifle TOBACCO, LIQUOR If paid on the cars............,,.... : : :'Mv.Rt: : keepers;intended to stand hard usage and sodden changes j
Bcocxis wellknown to the citizena of Florida, &:, &C.UTOtLU From Sanderson toBitldirin with a ticket. of temperature, are left In oar bands for Immediate sue.} -

and te will be cordially welcomed. Inform their friends and the public Gen r.'I I paid on the cara..............,.... AGENCY. As agents of the Company,,we are obliged dispose--of,
.... jr ally that they have leased the Corner Store of Led- ToJaeksonvi1lewthatacket......... ; of Mas, President, thi stock for-cash in the- shortest possible bate. W.
BLOT TRAVELLING.Professor worth'a Block next the Market (east.) And are now of. : If paid on the ara.+..'............... : bare, therefore decided on the plan annexed as the on*'
PROFESSOR fering varied supply 'Ot Groceries Provisions, Hays, From Baldwin to Jacksonville with a BRO.1DW.A.Y.lt'LW YORK that will be prodnctire of the desired result.This ptoc

Blot,of gastronomic celebrity, bav Grain, h. &:which they purpose selling at. 1 If paid on the ears................... rent or exchange City or gives eyery cue an opportunity of obtaining' "Cn-daM"
for the negotiate Loans, or transact tune keepers at a price: that all can command. As tmrf
!in!*cWd his *ucce f.fal operations pre WHOLESALE and RETAIL, The Passenger Train win connect at with the interest of the South Certificate represents a W"arch theJe Jie'DO?J..nand

pectin this city, 'in Brooklyn,and in Boston,is and at prices which they hope will be satisfactory,, thus the P.Jo G.>Railroad and at Baldwin .' erery one'who rajestsJn this salextn get a Watch as1 '

Uifelling in the country. His fame has pead they respectfully solicit a shan of public :.'- Railroad,oa Mondays'Wednesdays ; by tnK3Lrli please give faQ half.the.re&I.prioe.k Iwt; and if at aH fottanate,en- .

everywhere, and! his invitations to co anti l I lee- May 31.- 3m 31FOR f The same rates will be charged and those who ap tj for Loa*will 'to wrar'wilh rids tbrOlI3 1Ifi;' "..'If-
almost without number. He began np train. I their references. :JV'e ekargt ,Eemittancea may be piad&at our risk in tejpsteradletr; '
tore are Inquiries promptly answered ten or b j express or post ofice orders and draft pay*.
ijiis week, we understand, a course of lectures SALE- FREIGHT SCHEDULE of F. C. R IL, ble to our order and we;jpartntee a aarereturn.nfa. "1.

I b Balcra, Yw.duIIleU" and thence be will j u & CO. Agents .ISSUEES delivery aid sore mum to'ererjrpatna* ,

to Worr Springfield, Hartford, New BJIven -' I MEAT CATTLE.THE !iiestitons I._ .Arrive. Leav. '-.r'i: iI'0.: : UTiT. ssoaza .) We warrant rery Wateb ail represented and sato w>r. "

Bridgeport rad! other towns.where delighted SUB3CRI ER.oft.rs for Bale eighty'(80))head -. "',Lakc- I 4 : aai Cnarltstra, S. C. tion is guaranteed in :every imrtance. Knowing tb% -
i women and carious men awnit his com BEEF and STOCK CATTLE at Lake City. Will 11 Ola I5ty : 10* ,worth of the stock we can girea wamntee to ertfjnarchaser. I
S 5:5-
>:ue The price has been- placed at the
this be delivered at Lake iiy orJ4cboadUe.. at the option : ten low
It is understood that when cooking 10 Auxlcraon .: ; 6:15 PIIU -
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ing. of the purchaser.. STETHZX ggu.e in order to insnM immedia&e sale;,and aQ wno desire -
CKOWILL
tour in New England is ended a trip will be 20 r..W..in 8:15 8:30 to improve the cppormnity should make early appljrttinn .
also :JatkonTill. ,10:30, Prtridcnt. .
made to Central and Western New York wherea : ; j.AGEITJ

few itctnres will be delivered previous tq TWO PLANTATIONS, adjoi ng each other in Appling tp'TzAxx : -Prmdc.i.. . '. ---u-- ''- P-- l41
I. n<T, -IBSeX & Co. S 'jIJ'
Jd&xraviHe !30 I I'L
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COHPA5Y
return to this city next fAll. county, Georgia, each containing 496 J acres of land, ,
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Professor Blot carries his kitchen witli Mm. known as the Boatwright'estate. 20 &lJcia 4:30: 5 Pat.. ''r : ; : '_'YORK: '.-- ,.i JRf W'f:1i' Jr ;- :

and form Upon one)f the above, is a good SAW and GRIST 20 S.uderon 7 j 7:10. FOB THE iQjrpOQT, WLTCUCO.I ,
The pots and pails and kettles pans HILL-HOUSE, an ready for the mcb1ner,'. These are 10 OIuJtce 8 8:5 : ; BROADWAY. :.- 'f fa. _
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lag a collection that nobody but an expert could very desirable! Plantations. 11 Lake City 9 ". ..,.LI-i--;,.:_.1i.o.JO TEE. FOLLOWING SPLENDDKLIST 0* b.J. 1
are packed in three great boxes The above real and win be : .1.. .. '. : _
comprehend estate personal ,propen v I W. URTSO ;! p oE. : : -f. : OO.Q09
and a cook goes along to operate; while the sold low for cadi. Apply! toJORDAJT, The Lake Qty Press and Florida Uca I ;-'.... .- Fine Watches-. ..anWorta .:.._;: 0
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Professor gives his instructions' JLeetunsfaredefiyered BOATWRIGHT; copy one month and forwar4 bill to I and Inland Riska taken at.rates. ( ,.
Cowards' HoteL
at class : 350.000.
Company. '
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rapidly, one in each day; and when "Jacksonville May 81-1m 31' -- -*
FlaJune4-tf, 33T.HASTEES toth insurance ffarat .
the abort course is concluded, the kitchen and and S. 10BX SOIJ ro>, p :
; furniture ,for -
lit manager move on. :'It ; : I..'. SC'll'OOLBOO' ; TEX DOLLABS EACfr: ._: -.J;} I _
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Professor Riot deal of excitement : In Gold Hundngcased nometersfz
creates a great : tcJ and Promptly Paid tltSrt&t&$
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xu-T4cTcuR I, 163 GolJ '
cased
among the newspaper men of the eastern "! -. li 'Ca. 1i. hunting English Fate Levers ICO to 3Jt.t
t .i'e'i' 144 (;
statev This what of them out PLAIN TIN WARE i n. h" ; OdhSingSSed Duplu.l00CO.SOO: .
is one RE3 '
aays : \ t f. \ XGTOyt Agent 175 Gold! humg nsed Patent Leam..... 75o'275(
him and his classes: A50 'PEALZK' hrStoveSj h. ? -- .232 Gold hunting eased Levers.........L :60 to'175340old -

The !following we understandare a few of Sheet Iron Copper, c. hunting aued Lepines....,..,.,. ,50 to" .

the.applicants to Professor Blot fur private in- JLSO ;. ; J HTINDIE- & Co., 169Go1dmag1Cca. LeverSA... ...... toJQ' ;'.
atrnctionst. : = j' -DXAU83 13 335 Heavy gold cased P. tI.eTers.,._.. 'I t ..
Tbe bashful 'io ,tvjshes Jost received a lot of Pump 1 i : 26S Heavy gold cased Levers.......,...,j 'Z{ ,' _
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nun : 'to
Jcarn the ..' i '
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best method JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. : ; .q Straw Goods. 10 Ladies'gold lumting-Aasedlevera....., ,4ft,to ,
.f the laditS.4oe
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toasting' nndA'TIO 262 Ladieaf If to"
TT AVING an experience of fifteen years,wUci snouldHL : : ?; d goldeusieledkuntiegciseleier .
Jockpy
man whose blood boiled with : : '139 UdJes'gold ,
indigna sufficient guarantee that any work entrusted : enameDedmagiecasedleTen 60 to J1-if '
to learn bow to Simmer down to prove him; win be faithfully executed. .' g : I : t.>G,>Cf 233'LadJW gold cased engraved Levers..,?: 49 tor 1M f .. -.
** WliOLEBALE, AND 263 Ladies gold! eased engraved Lepines... ,4ttcrI2B(
A young scapegrace to know Low to nance' Orders from the country or city promptly attended to. 'J.'y.- 'Torfc .
: 380 Hea v*fdlld silver eased Duplex..,...,: 35 ta!123
the old WASTEB_TWO wagesL E. W. .PEHRY ;
good
man without getting a 'basting' Liru- JuM,2l-l3. apprentice. ,Si boys, I.& i by' .1 ., 735 Heaij soKd snver-caaed: Ptent.LeYera 'STte 159)5

selL ; _. SAVANNAH .i ; Mr. -SL &- .11L 500 Heavy solid hirer cased Levers./...,.. SJWUSOr_ :1 S:.: .

"The speculator who has been 'done brown'to J. TT &Sjtst opened a comple Stock-of 478 He <7 solid silver.ctsedf Lep'mea"...,. 20 to1 60
Wyman Phillips :
know how to dip in' without burning Li* ,: : : ; 5631..adiesYoZidOaed< Le23CO..f; P"
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224 Ladie sofid cased ,. '
fingers. MEASURER and UfSPECTOE BLANK-BOOKS, ; Lepfceil. <, ..,- 204
r 500 Solid Gold Guard awf Test Chaiua..
V. tot
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The Fenian STATIONJ2LTV to the Pro
e.
apply JJdge.or
v tendering tbe latest : '
of or
Insh :.tjJe an SCHOOL : ;FIoridV.fQrJetters of Admin-350 Solid Gold Leontice and_Chatelaine*..> :13t9)I
stew and *
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kJngLowto get along; ithout- Jj UM'BE'R.JACKSONVILLE. SLATE-5, : : P making messof it. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS H. H.. Roeg; -. i.ob _' ":- t .
FLO'UIDA.Jee
"The man who ,has no, reputation at steak And a fine aasdrUnenl!of '" : PG,:Ambler. CertiScates representing each ande-enryWatch ia He W., '
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tow to get one. 21-6m 84 -. ARTIST. .. above ltt.are placed in similar envelopes and seilrtLrAay .:
; Certificate to be;nad Jror Jsent
a
person jobtainmg at officew -
drew'and"A rraw recruit to know what is the riffht ,Fresh Family Groceries.EW .- which they oncr.the. lowest cash: : 2 Dfploxaas Awarded To by mail.to any'address,eaa have the&rddciladOr '

that it,.when he is mustard into the : We would parttculariy call the attention I. J DENAFX .on the return of the Certificate with Ten Dollars. *;**>
t at once to ; : GOSnEX 'BUTTER, DrP4BcOn, '' ; FIXBIDA AND : : .E. We cSarge:fer fonrarding'Q cents" '.'
.: "f. PPper the't eml or ::.,. Choice Green Tea.. ; )MATTRESS. Fivs win be sen to Stock and them that :
"A hungry Individual, who dislikes loafing, I w Choice.JvIIie1.SoCpDa11i,1 Black Tea ] good onr in oar line, at the aware lowest New York we I : : : and Porsjthc. Street The Certificates moss In a&a.t be're toned,! itt
the moceV when dsvwL ,
bow to acccmpany goods are > ._
become 1..1
a 'well-w man.' I, uygeTsqardIne price*' repatrtd cleaned and Tar .A11ordmprornPU1ee1.ID4 firwatdeA, lai. retof fl :"* -
"A mID .bo has needed in 'Lbbsters, Macaroni" 'tr Orders by mill promptly attended : ,Soflia Chairs Lounges, mail or express. Address .. -
jnuez this lareIII s
to know it drinking -. .Vumacel1aCitzou- .. .Sep&.8J ,CK_ __ I : 'and .renovated as good as HART GIBSON t-CO,' -?
yill
yeast ma1ie him rise of done in
the best
upholstery
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Raiien '
}ClAW'. Currants *,- ''' : : tOS BBOABTWAT,New-TovkJ
"The : f' ..' Dried Apples and "V'LLIAM 310.1 ; ] June 23ra$1 ;:_-yit
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tnt.etIigent ,
know public would >a d to : : cbetse.V MAxvrACrraxB*Dtttra.w to.*- -rt;
of the PrOfeMOr'L'C t '
For'jsl'e at'WAJElROCrSFsmHj Grocery. PORTABLE"ACT STATIONERY !T : .THO lf O- '
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\\'he1herit FsieiTuck was a .JuDe%i-tf .34, '' : ; : STEAM WILLS : : ; : ; '
cook I professional v SAW :: : : : ; : ASSORTMENT ?icrof, tie Pobkepe.POU !

-WLaUI t.-c-rrrt '. SELF 'BAISING TLOUR per' artide.' Give! it a :,15J BROADWAY" NIWY: I .- 5- : JTOJJ74: Mala&"Pocgbke pseTFOUIfpED '
.: n ** the For sale at ., ; ;
odce '
lea 'f.rtbr' "WARROCETSL.Ifotice ,)srcbtf -. 33. 1 ; : ; Rye'Wntskey. 1831. .: -
June 21-tf 8* Whiskey. : ; ,,,
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coo\ed'ir II i1 Km .
S f ANUPAcrUsatSugar UiUa(Twa : _
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,s in ., Hn be.r.bltald.hJa calf.. J ,. .,"CLO'J.'JilN.G, & : ,I : : Wbi-key Wastes_.,. : "\ I Lit IS inches in Diameter.12+inche tag; tnre*ion -
abUow MflL 13 inches in Diameter.] irchea lon wjtkfiav. -t
come uDder Lf' t id' -d'1D Ii {
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be taUc.o r-g. ,' i LL PERSONS' bdebied to. the. es4 e ( Joseph : .'. ." -rW4'EzxtED. AT,. : ; : Whiakey'_ ',, L ..-, of the best white Oak.) ,Sugar Boiler, Catdron wjib' -
: 5CU. (.contents! JOv Payne late of Hamilton county daceasfdV ire"re- : :_ : : 'C. or without doors and-gratea for setting earae,wimcira-- -

MYbether anything sLonU Le. .eJI onebeD It mested to make immediate payment to the undersigned : : .;, ...," ./...: \ : : .' r. : { :- bIn legs. Gin Gear'P6t sh-,KettlesSoa''lWkrf'JftS" :

a.are.opportnn ty.oecanl II and those bating claims against said estate, must present : i a --, x- *. ." .->-'7 ties, lIam | 7'"P' -
ProfeSlOr Blot 11 them duly sntbenticated within the 'time prescribed by .April i. ?: _, ;; : ) I md.ChamjagB rvf Wi4ea. Bells, Kltcfcen SmfVCisfent Neu.Water Bascna.KJreJ. .':$ -il" .

1n.un,be Iflot any family, l'IOr'Le I J JaW i" otJ l be Pl ad 1a bar or th fteOt'1.' : atredueedpiices. ,'- 1: Fronts Firi;Benders,'Well.WbeeH: o&r ; :
'JoIn' (4)) p..r}. W. 1. 'J..D C.AN'dm'r. ,a tM; .CO L'DI : t JOH3T CLARK,.' Wffl wppTy;Merchants and others at Kaqtt&ctmrer a JI.T (
"
rom h- r"'n n hafe 'teamed ( tU/llOr'.&Qt. h : "" ; ..wishing to purchase any ,ct t:1 artkles'eno : ; >
re II1'stit : : : : "
Jet _
;e Lam .hit. be. :: COOklll JcJl"w rsMenbIexi1linery .' OAPS. KI ; : maZepj1Uhujaaie .thm t..iou''E. j._ _

Ifbat' vbat''iLe Limielr- ; .STRAW,,GOODS k&c.o ', .; o c York Mrexa1ly ro&Ieathaa percent- : "
M'I"Y"W -
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:. II' I The above artfcles deGv ered.in New Tort Oty,&t:jt _
i
-1 lop- -{ I.i. (', &11t : T".21 apply to'the' Judge of frehtrApphyto, -Je. _, :.l' IS I-
3gbtngsrns to e he busineq iissgA; .t1trABA1f -: I ) ccjSnty for Jetters of Adminis "n. B. c3RIZTTAgent..sv, .ioaIr.
10' oj (
tflit 'is sT1l4. .1 .
livCl4 ; : N, ,deceas L' : _
a.ucodd ocer.jii.. reod ved'tM new a'nd'&AlbE&re'BLOCK'S! : .' ; ; t. JacksonvCla.. 7W4L,1!. SMqOtt
atpresen. EeC 1-4n it 1- & DORA: OY.I. '
$af Hei! Fenians us HAVING and others for Weacbing and Alter- JLpffi, : ta -_-_: :_ -

tck*, fbere the v.e fiditiDIt the I i.1I DOW prrpared to do all kind'of. work ta that .)'QTIaE: ; : /'Sale. .- '., j..y< '-S.
are t tmap ; : ? > I.
lb.Jmperia1.t& 'A1i t.t1 farther fighting MaL ad fine. Orders(from the country cr city will'rcW ye prompt. eir. froin.daU' .m.f : : : HOUSE.ASD .LOT fa town, THE erdaea of this. Institution''er&piset4. 1. "t. i
( .
.1& Penaria "- down on the'attcatiosu Call lad see 1.7u.lrea. Prices"moder- I SIX 'of S.wannee; .CJefintr.Jor I' ,lQQ P,! .annum.i ., -. lit fonda; In S pUmbtr.: 1f' i:1f -

w .IuJa t9 b Jp 1b: the_ Spaniards. ''I ate.Jun C. Gl Waib&ngtaa 31' aa4 F" *reet*. sory from. 'the'atoinlstAOaa. ef dte! [: i ermY' .. Apply to lavfsvcoaipeienteoipaof teachers '. '_ : ".C w"=,

Pant J-.y i. 6.cbti r.l"tl t way' ,_ lTf*- a ,E eA .T -* >j ; > A.H. .McCOBXICK.. : Tuition in tha Literary Dep rtn>ott a'JItlit '

Confederajo Aft$ ia4.. jntille : : : .. .1r1R'tTfi AdDa'x.i .,_. 13tnl86, &:_tf "' .9ft .- au.andtuJlft.. oftwtMJ: : .' _
EcftO ready TIIFI: < 1I1'S; i 'It.-, I': 1T3; LWi'r" ; o,.,.;.vrP. (bi' ,i.eI- able on*half ia'advance;..z.t _, ,'
.r' '
j big fight. 'The Jlall r lbUDg the for. --. ,21.-$ ._ ,'.1,-,_. $. j;; ; .sesrionu .Muse;$25. J'fl _
the ChineN ire fiP Ton Bak.sltht. rifE, D=,. 1 sow ruaala a 11*.of jB ...'. '. .. ,.., '1 "; '- ca'' .I ,White coee and Brown Thankful for the liberal patmageUHtf ___________
'iA fact "f rWJ '_J? fGTtabh4 :VOMIbsSUWe ..-"J"AI ) > d1 during the'past"SOIds"pouttiinsnes' .
this ., M".MO' ttli indte ot, upon. sIcaMsrs atth.riM : 'I'.t""r)" L__. J- r L .. ;> in the, future. For fBrther iaformaA Ji*r. $* ;.
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p ;,..f-----T: to&r-; V *ai It. : ns a*are allowed &tb* contnls rto most favored-hav ,been;ns'urped; or cverthrpwa, aof wjjubilcan form 'but fore no held In or iatolSnlary usigs whereby servitude apy< shall persoa be WM* neTetoth th reotrLlil* *4JMM be obserre4. s.m.paz and falled Weby .

Wi ::1we; or TH* 'or ITH : ETITES A ProelamaUon. the Preeldeattth.Vnitoit States nations {fa the ,United States*and the aaid Hunt having -! government/ a copy of which U berets aanezed; enforced br any-courter ece1Qsu.h atou, and the United State sod the eiUwas

I 8_ ,of America.. sou jhl to screen himself from his military duty And where the said bill was presented boar to thet law for tie trial ad punishment of white per: ,Ia witnet whreof I bars are at *

f4 4icbreat. Whereas,by.aa .act of the congress of the- .Unit$- to his country ia tonseqnence of thus being invested United States for bICapproval less thai salt one essioni aaa sops, and jnors'shlU bar thoqualificaUoasof voter* adMd tae seat of tie UaiUd State,*to etraad W?

t States of the J taof May,. en* thooHad eight bun- with the copsulir functions of a foreign power in the fore the .iii1 dig sdjuirnmS5I-Cf aadr this law W&gVp to the. qyenUoiL.,'Th Don lathe eltr f Washington tik tJ I

LtOCLAMAIONB.igi died nd twenty *J Ih entitled "An actia addition S Unitr-d States, it deemed advisable' that the'said wasnoteigned bybins; other- President*nalt.ppoiat auth oflScer* pptld for.by S day of 8 ptemb rJa the year of SKI
to aa act entitled 'An act concerning discriminating: Charles Ifqnhould ao longer b*permitted to fcoa* And wheresitbe sild-bill contains, among the lawt
.*' o duties of tonnag aad impost' an$ to equalize! th* Hone in the ex reisof said- functions,' powell, tad ihjegs, a plaa! for restoring thesUte* In rebellion which to thrown as he ma find aecessary.to the civiL admia. fl&elDdep'endenc* ofthefgaty Unitda'

'A PmliaaUoa tj <$," rTher. *>re. therefore to declare, tbattj) no longer plan exp'w-sses the,sense of congress upon ,that sub- '
of America that
$ : provided upon satisfactory eyidenco being given fit to before tied to re.ejvethe fee end molumeat provided 67. L : ABEAEftetfttaVf LIci ,
: 'Whereas, term of MI rle* of pert of thjvoluntetr to the President of the United.States, by the .govern.tnent recognize the said Chsrles Hunt a* Consul of Belgium feet and which plan 4Lja now thought lay the atate )law* of such pf5 'erv B y the "* $ -

k forcei of th* United Bute will *>xplr* daring fraity foreign nation.tUiuddiscnminaUng' for aint Louis, Missouri an* will not permit to exercise Ih*people for their eonslderatio.n t., f Presaentof- Sac.'11. Ant K-r<'iAe.acfrd. TBatanUl the -- William Itrsrd,Secretary

: th* on>lBr yeirj and*where'**. Jn addition the duties of tonnage or impost are Imposed or levied in or i njoy anv of the functions, powers or privileges Now.fcerVfor*; Abraham Lincoln. rec6gnltion of a state government as ,aforesaid the jTHK

4 t ewe raised by ft*'present drsfb-'it' Adeemed expeiliatta th* ports of the said nation upon vessels wholly be allowed to consuls of that nation, and that I do the United State*:'do proclalm. deelarej and make' provisional gover&o,|JlItonder such reptati! >n* a* A 'L* 'wiAj
v6k Tand.anftul the 'said khowa thit while I am (*s I was i In December last
hereby wholly r exequatur '
call ont tare* hundred thousand volunteers longing to citizens of the United States or upon the he prescribe, ctuje io be assewed. levied,, andcollectedVfortheyea.eAgatefta
.3**.rTw for three years .r th* war,, sot however ex prndur msnufaetdres. or mercnahdis imported in hen tofore given.Indjdo declare the same tob* absolutely when br broclaraatlon. I propounded a plan for restoratMi may hundred and sixty. BALTIMORE .
the from the United .p.ull and void from this dayforjrtrd. ) unprepared by < etnal approval of this
same States. *r from any foreign four, and el.vthcre&iter.ths tax**provided by wjgty
: cyow. therefore, I, Abraham Lincoln. President of country, th* President is hereby authorized to issn In testlniony whereof, I have caused these letter to bill, to b* inflexibly eommitfcfrto *ny single plan of the laws ot every such state to be tiedurig the ,fi cl
4 rdt.4 State and Oommander-ia Chief of tb* his proclamation declaring that the foreign diserim b* mad* patent and she se1 of the United State Of r restoration; and. while I am *lw> unprepared to de- preceding the overthrow o hptav ',tl For the Year I860. 'ThUB

'_- 1Lntt.1p4 Vavy 'thereof! and-ef the militlu of thejjHsavsjrM mating duties of torinsge and Impost within the United America- to hereunto affixed. clara that the free-state constitutions and Arkansas frovernments and year thereof ia the manner prescribed *government'T LARGEST. BEST AND CHEAPEST
'installed in
and tot
Given under hand at Washington this already adopted *
states when into States and shall b and my
called actual service.do issue are suspended disconUned. :
and the officers '
slate aa nearly as iiybe
Louisiana fchll bis.aetn aside- and hebi for nought ; appointed) N.EWSPAP.EIl.PUbLlSHEl} i: llARiLflu'1
nineteenth of Jn the of our
May
X ,lals .c Jt tb*different states to raise and have enlisted Into the nation, and the produce rosntfactnres. or mercban L.S 8. Lord one thons&ndeiht hi pdred and sixty thereby repelfinfc *nd coarajring the. loyal citizens collecting such taxes,, by distress or sale ai were I T 13 b"tR.? fcUJlEQS2 to mak the

"& United States service. for the various companies and dim imported into the United States In the same from four, apd the Independence of the United L Who have set np the tame as tp farther' effort or to vested in officer or tribunal of tBe state,goiet&ment MKftcui one of the very best -

/ .NjIuafis:1e: the ,field .from thejf respective states, the said foreign nation, cr from other foreign Stales'of.Amerfca the eighty ci hth; declare a constitutional coapetetey in congress, to
any but time aforesaid for those purposes The proceed*,of such'taxes PMILY .jQj $ N TflE5
-" ABRAHAMLINCOLIT.By abolish slavf ryjn sWej. amat, the.sape W ii
their iqnotupf Mire* hundred thousand the raid to take effect from the
men. country! suspension
shall be accounted fo to the
provisional -of the treasures
gov ot
the Presidenli sincerely hoping and expecting that a constitutional a repository UterntU ,
further all time such
proclaim that volunteers that called or notification being given to the President d
and be him
by to the of the
applied
of Stale. amendments abolishing slavery throughout the nation ernor expenses varied and instructive Infunnadoa-oo
; William H. Seward, all
Secretary
out and duly enlisted sbull' receive advance psy. pre- of the United FtatM. jnd to continue so long a* tbs l aws to such state, subject to the dirretion'of the
be adopted,neverthefew am Iu11yatisdwith L Interest and !
v 'miam. aod J o nty, aa heretofore communicated to reciprocal exemption of vessels belonging to citisens may rent ; supplying readingmj
President and the shall be in the
jtaclgnveirio.rs/.pr states by the War Department. of the United fitstes. snd-their cargoes, as aforesaid .. 'No. is. S. v .. .4. the system for restoration contained, in the bill of the United surplus States to the dejOiited credit of such the taste and requirements of ar.ery member of
marshal generals office, by shill be continued,and no long-r A ProcismatioB by the Fr.isldentoftbeUnlt.ed States I as one very proper plan fur the loyal people of any treasury i Hy circle. Independent$ of party and whlumt "!
spe3SaI
tbjroIost
be to the itate
the
state; to paid appropriation
,*, And whereas evidence has of America state choosing; to adopt it and that am. f ml at all I upon it take broad and
been prejudice
sstirfaetory, lately national views
4IfsrthtproehImthatn1l volunteers reeelved* received bv me, through an official communication of Whereas, by & proclamation which was issued on times shall -be, prepared togii the executive aid therefor, tq be mad whed a republican form of nov.t of taeXTnioo, and welcomes the fa fa
jjertbis the 13th day of April, 1881 the Pre'identof the and assistance to any such people. Io Soon as the ernment sball Bo recognized tttereia by the era j
cOt1** iiell as eli thers notberetofore credi Senor lion Luis Molina, Envoy Extraordinary and Uni'r ion and harmony betwtea> b .sections
ted States innounted and. declared that r resistance to the Uiiited States shall have SUtes.See. j
the-
ted, shall Mdnly credited on, and deducted from Minister Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Nicaragna military
the
1) 'And.bt it .enacted. That all everjr Interest fhat tend bald in thea .,.
further
juntas egUftlished for the next dl>ff under date>otIJieJ8lh of Jfovember. 18A3. that the United Stttesjiad. been.forsome tif 8-past and been, suppressed any such state and the people I, personso ,
then the eieculion! thereof tobstroct thereof sbalt hive returnM to ihelr obediesce held to involuntary servitude or labor ia f Individual and general prosperity ia the SutTw'*
I furibsj-proclaim that, if any slat* shall fail to no other or higher dtiUes of tonnage and Impost have were opposed en} sufficiently statesL
rais&lhe quota assigned to it by the War pepartment been Imposed or levied since the second day of Au
"tinder this fall*, (ben draft for the deficiency In said: gist. 288. In the ports of icarua, upon-veeseli I too powerful to be suppressed the ordi Ssates.inwhlcli cases, faiilitery governors will be ap:. Hberefrora, and they and their posterity) ahall be for A market excellence of the "Weekly! Cboaeatt '

"quota h41 be mad on said stale, or on the districts I wholly bsl nglng to citleensof the United Stateeand nary course of judicial procee
4 *of utl |ate. for their due'proportion Sbid quotas upon the produce, manufactures.or merchandise Im vested in the Marshals by law; Bill. shall be restrained of liberty under pretence of any'claim LITER4ELDEPARTMENTwhich ,

aad jibe said draft shall commence on the fifth day of r ported in the same from the United States and from And whereas immediatelyafter tha issuing the I In testiroany.i whereof. I have'-hereunto.jet my to such-aerukeorIabor.TheC&irt3of' the United careful and judicious selections from t *44.'

January 1P64. any foreign country whatever than are levied on said proclamation, the land and naval forces of the band and caus'ed the seal- of S the United States to be States shall, on habeas corpus, discharge them. l literature of the day, and liberal Aapeoditur*fci u1

/ Andjturther proclaim that nothing fa this proclamation Ki aracutn ship and their cargoes in the same ports United States were put into activity to suppress the I affixed! ,. ., SE& 13. AndbeitfuTtkcr.entKtcd That if LOT person troductiona, cannot fail to render especially enteS*

ball, interfere with existing orders or tinier like circumsUnees i, said insorretitioa and rebellion t ., Done at the city of Washington this eight day declared free by this act or any law of the United a attractive., '

'those wb1d-tnay be isNued forth* present draft in Now. tbeter re. I. Abraham Lincoln Pretident; of r And whereas the congress of the Untted Slates byon of July, in the year of.OR? Lord one th,9nsapd I States or the slate's where It is now in progress, or where it has'votyet I the United States of America, do hereby declare end act approved on the 3d ctav of March 18fi3, did L. S. and sixty four,and.of.tbe Independence of the I strained of'liberty, with intent to be held in or <
commenced..ThounUs proclaim, that so much of the several acts imposing enact that during the said rebellion the President of r United States the eightv-ninth. reduced to Involuntary servitude or labor, the person NEWS DEPARlMESfoftbe I

at the states Ana districts will be as- discrtminsting duties of f>0pnige and impost within the United States whenever in his judgment the S ABRAHAM LINCOLN. convicted before a court of Competent jurisdict'on' of ** Daily Commercial,* la a sufficient guanatetW

kt&i1b7 the War Department through" the provostplrshal the United States are, and balI be. suspended and[ public safety may require ft is authorized to suspendthe I B the President: such act shall be pqnisbed by fine of not less than the Weekly Commercial will continue u bt tgiy

general's office, due regard being bad for the discontinued, so far a* respect the vcswls of Klcsra: privilege of the writof habeas corpnS (a an case 5 William H. fieward. Secretary of State. fifteen hundred dollar*, and be imprisoned not less can be desired id this respect, aid we have oalr 2

"men heretofore furnished whether by volunteering raft, and the prodac .manufactures.ana merchandise! throughout the United States or id any pm thereof; p, than five nor more than twenty years. hat nothing will be omitted that is necessary to oak
or drafting,'md thererruiting will b'e .conducted in L imported into the United States In thesade trod the- S And -,whereas-tb* military forces of the United r A-Bill to guarantee toO certain States whose Govern.roents SRO.U. And be further enacted. That every person itt character as a valuable medium for the j

.4 acibrdahc* with such instructions as Have been Cr dominions of Nicaragua and froil any other foreign States are now actively engaged in suppressing have been usurped or overthrown a Repub- who shall hereafter hold or exercise any office civil of the fullest,latest and moot reliable Iasefligenc,

fc iaayb ,Issued by that department country-whatever; the said suspensions to talce eSect said insurrection and rebellion in various parts of the lican Form of Government.e ormilittry except offices merely .ministerial, and topics of Interest to the public. -
In iasuing this proclamation. I addresi myself not from the day above mentioned and to co'nliKue states where the said'rebellion has been successful in it einutett by the Senate and ITou/se of Jtepruento-. military oces below the gage ofeoIoneL in the rebel '

en\y\ to the governor of the several! states, btt also to thenceforward, so long as the reciprocal exemption obstructing the lawj and public authorities, especial. jives of the VitittdSMesfif Am fdin. Congre aMtmllefi. service, state or con federate, is hereby declared otto ThgFARME1.COLVMwill

the good and loyal people thereof invoking them to of the vessels of the United States, and the produce, ly in the SUtes of Virginia and Georgia! rf .bst, io the.,jtates in rebellion against the United.Sta'tes.tbe be a citizen of the Unite ( States._ be la the hand* of a' 'competent editor, tsj

4 lend their willing, cheerful and effective aid to the manufactures, and merchandise irtportbd into the i S And whereis. on the fifteenth day of September S resident shall by And with the advice 'S make it a prominent feature of the paper Oria

measures thus adopted, with a view to reinforce our dominions of Nicaragua in the si me, a aforesaid, last ,the) President of the United States duly issued I and consent of the Sen te, appomt for each a provjs, >" NO.18, ,, j, titles oa agriculture and,, kindred topics and
47ictorions armies now in the field- and bring our shall be continued oa the part of the go'vernmeiit ofi r r2icarau his proclamation.whereiH be declared that the privilege boil Governor, ,whose, pay emolument shall nv t Proclamation by the President ftheuhe1 States l information, interest to the farming ,

Heedful military operations to a prosperous end, thus of th'e writ bt hateascorpua should be suspen- exceed that of a brigadier general of volunteers who of America. embraced under this head. communitji{

.. dosing forever the fountains of sedition and civil Given urtder triy kaii-1 it tHit. city of Washing ded throughout the.Unlted States in the cases where, shall b? charged with the civil administration of snch! Wbereani by the act auproyed July 4.18A4, entitled! : THE

wart ton, the sixteenth day December, in the I by the aubdrI'-ofthePresidentoftbe United States, state until sUte government herein shall be recog. "An act further regulate and provideor the en MARKET REPORTS
1_ Ja!Vltners whereof. I have hereunto set my hand, L. 6. year bf our Lord one thousand eight hundred L military, naval, and civil officers of tbe United States. ni&d as hereinafter provided. >- rolling and calling out the national forces, and for: of the "Commercial" are prepared 'oy conipete_

aad causa the seal 61 the United States to be affixed.pneal and sixty-three and the eighty eighth of the I cr any of them, hold persons under theIr command I ,,,Scf 2. AMbe ilfu.rthfrnactfd Thatsosoonaithft other purposes,"it is provided that the President of experienced reporte a, and the mercantile conramji?

) tha city of Washington this seventeenth Independence of the United Stateg.ABRAhAM or in their custody either as prisoners of war, 'spies, military resistance to, the United,. States shall bay* the United States may, "at his discretion at any time Baltimore testify with one! kbcord to their snperJoril

P?"'- .' day of October, in the year of our Lord one LINCOLN. or aiders or abettors of the enemy, or officers, soldier* been suppressed in any such state, and the people hereafter. call! fir any number of men.as volnnteers,,' ness accuracy and reliability.
T 18..' 'thousand hundred and and By the President; seamen enrolled or.drifted or mustered or enlisted I thereof snail LIVE
eight sixty-three, S have sufficient/!/ returned to their ibeditnce -' for tbe respective terms of one. two and three years gTOCK MARKET REPORT
HA VHtbe Independence oftbe United States the William n. Seward, Secretary of Slate.No. in. or belonging to, the Isfed or fuel forces; of Ihe tn the Cofa'sttjitk| and the iaws ofthe United for military service." and "that in case the quota or' la a feature which ,commends itself as of fndI

ilghtyeightu United States, or sU deserters therefrom, or otherwise States the provisional governol', rca.ll direct the thereof, of value al I
ll any part any town township ward of s to Interested lave Stock, and itgtiiiuavM
& :. AURAHAM LINCOLN. ._ amenaSHe ta military law or the rultjs.! pd articles of marshal o.f.th*.United States, speedily as may be. city, precinct, or election dUtrjefj ota county not that it"is superior to that furnished-

it tbPpeiTdent: A Proclamation by the President of the United States war or the,rules,.sI or regulationa prescribed' for the to natne.Ji sufficient number,ef deputies, and to.eorgl I so sutdivldc4.shsfl!! n, t be fa II 3d' Within the space of other Baltimore b*"*
lw
4TWiUisnr IL Seward Secretary of Ststo. of America ic nt k. all white male citizens of the United States, resident; fifty days after Suh'call., then the President shall paper
An
Whereas dent othe United,SUtes, or. for resisting a arsftor: in tbe.state in their counties, entirely new feature which cannot fail to tft
by the respective and to order
.5 my proclamalion'of nineteenth of request immediately a draft for one year,10 fill snch
favorable
for attention the
} Jfo. 10. April, one thousand eight hundred and sixty one. the any other offence against; the tnilitary or naval each one to take the oath to support the constitution.of quota or any part tbereot wWehufMy. be unfilled f coming year, will be the l&
-'
!1I'r tmitlon by the Prudent of the United States ports of the Stales of Boutb. Carolina; Georgia. Alabama -* service; S the United States, and In bis enrolment to desig' ,: And whereas the newtenroltaentjieretofote ordered Department under the beading of
-I-'A "? : tf America. Florida And whereas many citizens of the State of Ken nate those wh take .: THE PARLOR AND KITCHEN
Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas ( and those who refuse to tak a tartom1ed.a4 ihat the aforemeet'oned a were, for therein tucky bare joined tbe'forces of the insurgents and that oath which rolls shsll! be forth with for the conduct of.which we have engaged the
in andby IheConstitnlion of th* United ressons set forlh. placed under such ,re turned to congress may now be ant in operation for recruiting SM
Etate19I.pdvI4ed that the President' "shall have blockade; and whereas, the port of Brownsville, in said State insurgents have on several occasions entered the the provisioDjl governor; and if the persons taking and keeping up the strength of the armies in the field of a gifted IadyMowill treat our fair readers toislr*

power to grantf reprieves and pardons for offences the district of Brazos Santiago, in the State of Texas out aid and Kentucky comfort in large -force and not with* that path sSajI! amount to a ijority of,the persons lor garrisons, and surh military operations as nay be ing i articles oa the fashions, and all matters of bon&.2
furnished
gainst tbs Hotted States, except in cases of impeacbIVJand has since been blockaded, but as the blockade of said loyal citizens of the United 'by disaffected and dU enrolled in t1estate, he *ball. by proclamation invite lequired for the purpose suppressing the rebellion and domestic economy, which engage their atteodad
port may now be safely relaxed with advantage hsve ,States residing, therein t. the loyal people of the state to elect delegates to, and restoring the authority of the United States government excite their interest

k b ra4a rebellion now exists whereby the loyal the Interest of commerce t, have not overborne only gveatlydist'irbedthe the civil public peace but a convention charged tn declare th*will of tb'e people in the (psoryen ,states t, ..,. The following are th 'terms of subscription t7 i
state fenyehimenU of several slates have for a long Now therefore, be it known that 1, Abraham I.fn grantcivil authorities and made Se- oftbe state relative$ to-the re establishment oft state Now, therefore, Abraham Lincoln. PresMent' "Weekly Comai ndal," piyibla always ia adnactj'

tim keen subverted,and many persons have commit- cola, President the United States pursuant to the parts of the war state destroying- property' and life in vsrious government snbject to. and in conformity with, the the United States do issue this my call for five bun RATES Of SUBfcURIPTiON

ted. and are now guilty of, treason against the United authority in me vested by the fifth section of the act And whereas it ; S constitution ofthe United Slates' dred thousand volunteers for-the military service 1 Copy Months -
has
etateiiaod of congress, apprdved the 13th of July. 1861. en been made known to the Pre'ldentof Sec. 3-Ani be it furtter enacted. That the conven. provided, nevertheless that this call shall be reduced 1"lYear fg

Wb teas; with referebce to said rebellion and treaon.laws. titled "An act further to provide for the collection of the national the United armien States that by' the officers commanding tion shall consist of.as many members as both houses byall credits which may be' established under section ft"1* ." -. "-- ..f b

have been enacted by congress declaring duties on imports, and for other purposes do hereby formed in ihr aii combinations have been of the !constitutional elate legislature, appoi lion'- 8 of the aforesaid eC oh account of persons who 13 '* u
declare thai the blockade of the said of Browns >l State of Kentucky with a purpose ed by the provisional have '- 1U
the
forfeitures and confiscation of property and liberation port of incitirg rebel governor among counties. entered the naval service during the present tt44" 14 U .
ville shall so far cease and determine from forcns to renew the 'said operations: parishes or districts of the V S -- JIB
and
after
of'ilsves? all upon terms and conditions therein trf civil state proportion to the rebellion and by credits for men furnished to the .
statedVmnd also declaring that the President this date, that commercial intercourse with said part, war within the said..state and thereby em white population.returned as electors by the marshal military service in excess of cal's heretofore made. 25 t jm
was ,
1 barrass the U'' II
United /
,
except as to persons, things, and information hereinafter States armies now operating in in compliance'with the 'of this Volunteers $(J -. '
thereby authorised at any tim thereafter, by the provisions act Th* will be accepted under this call for one, 111
'clamaUoa. to extend to persons who! May have par pro- specified, may. from this date, be carried on, said States their of Virginia and Georgia, and eteo to provisional governor shall 1, by' proclamation tieelaretbe two. or three years as they may elect and will be entitled 40 ," H ", ., I?!

} ticipated ia the existing rebellion in any state or subject to the laws of the United SUtes. to the regu- endanger Now. therefore.safety I. : S number of delegates to be elected by each county to the bounty provided by the law for the period From an examiE iQn of this UUe it wfll be feesfc

perttbereofp&rdoa and amnesty, with such creep Istions prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, tbe United Abraham Lincoln. President of parish or e'ection district j name a dav'of election of service for which hey enlist.'S the w Veekiy Ccmniercial'-' available ta'dobi'O!
States'
I Uns and at such times and on su<*b conditions as he an d. until the rebellion shall have been supprested, In me by the constitution by virtue of the authority vested not less than thirty days thereafter? designate the And I hereby pmelaim. srder, and direct that r immediately l lower rate than any other newspaper published in Iiffimore.

msy deem expeaiene for tbe public welfare d 13 such orders as msy be promulgated by the general that, in judgment, the and laws do hereby declare places circling in each county parish, or district L after,tb* fifth day of September 1881.being Thtw, to a club! ,ottMrteen U ia seat for i fci

4Whereas, congressional declaration for limited commanding tbe department or by an Officer duly my that the public safety especially conforming as nearly as rosy be convenient to, the fifty diys from tbe date of this call, draft for troops over a dollar and fitteea.geqtat to each memta /I
I iandConditional accords' authorized by him and commanding at said requires suspension of the privilege of tbe places used in Use state elections next to for shall be ,
pardon with well-established port writ of habeas preceding serve one year had in every town' clu'boftwenly, fur one dollar and five cents ad
tbri to
judicial exposition of the pardoning power; and This proclamation does not authorize or allow.the clamation of the corpus so proclaimed in the said pro rebellion ; appoint one or more commissioners to township ward of a city precinct'or election! district, member to a clnb> of thirty ,for
15th of ninety-six
Whereas with reference to said rebellion. the shipment or conveyance of persons in, or intending September, 1M, be made the election at each paee'of voting and piovide an or county not subdivided, to fill the quotas which ctntia i
Freeto effectual fraction and club
and be to of
1. 'Hfcnt of the enter, the service of the insurgents or of duly enTorre.l id and throughout! e adequate (ore to a forty persona for one JMStha
United Slates has Issued several pro- tbifig* or aid keep the"peace during the election shall be assigned to, it, under this call, or any part '
StatS 6f of
information intended for their for their Kentnckv.. and that, martial law be for Src. 4.'-And be greatly reduced figure ninety:eentt tot each tat
'efcmations, with provision? Ia regard to the libera- use. or aid or the present further enacl .- That the delegates thereof which may be unfilled by volunteers on the ho, '
lj n of slaves;ana comfort nnr except npon the permission of the Secretary established therein. I do',, therefore.ereoy shall be'elected br the local white male citizens of said fifth dav of Seotember. ISfllon '
I of War, or some officer n require or me military otticers Ia the said Ihe t United Address; Wtf. WALES t CO
: 'vWbereas, tt ts deslret duly authorized by States cf the, Sge ci twenty-one years and In testimony whereof I hare hereunto set Cay band ,
for engaged in said now rebellion Iby to some resume persons their hereto all-* hi m, of the following prohibited articles, namely: s b tate e that the privileges of.tb> writ of habeas corpus resident at the time fa the county, psrish' or district 'and caused the sea) of the United State's to be affixed. Editors and Proprietors,'No.20 South Sfrr* J

'giluce to tbe United States and to cannon, mortars, firearm's, pistol bombs grenades l effectually to the suspended within the said state.accord- In which they ,sball offer to vote,- and enrolled as Done at the city of Wasttitrgton*, this eighteen &

4 Ute governments within and -for1 reinangurate their loyal powder, saltpetre,, blphor/ balls,, bftlietC. pikes, l ng aw be established aforesaid proclamation, and that martial aforesaid, or absent In Ihe military service of the day of July, irf tHe year ot orfr Lord one CLUBS! CLUBS!

)- states Therefore respective tity swords of,the bearding sMd articles caps, always which excepting the quan date rf this proclamation therein the to said take effect from the United States,,and who shad take and ubntflbA the 1[/. S. thousand eight hundred and sixty-four, and It is onltfcecemry to examine the rates at wiiicU.
be suspension and oath
may necessary for allegiance to, theJJnited 8tatejfn the form of the United. "
Independence of the States
J.V Abraham LineolnPreefdentoftbCUnited States. the defence of the ship and those who compose the establishment of martial law to continue unf.il this Con'UiAed in the act of the Baltimore'Weekly Commercial ia offend, Io;
of July two, eighteen
flo proclaim declare,-and make known to all persons crew,) saddles, bridles, cartridge-bag material, percussion proclamation shall be revoked or modified but not hundred a'rfd sixty-two;congress and all curb citizens of eighty-eighth. JSBRA1' HAM the- advantage of organizing neighborhood Cuba,If J

who have directly or by implication, participate in and other caps,clothing adapted for uniforms beyond the periodjrhen the said rebellion shall have I United States who are fa f the military service of the'B 3y the' S President: LINCOLN which the/ cost of the paper to each individual is jtw?j

the existing rebellion, rxcepl as Hereinafter except sailcloth of all kinds hemp and cordage, intoxicating been suppressed or come to sn end. Ant I do hereby United States shall vote at the headquarters of their William H.Seward of reduced. A little effort oa the part of aa'energebe
State.
ed. that a full pardon is-itereby granted to them and drinks,other than beer and light native wines. require and command, as well ell military officers. r espective commands.undersn, red1atloiis ax, Secretary son wfll 'uwure -to:tbe -inhabitants of ,each vSlagti

each of them, with restoration of all rights of pro To vessels clearing from foreign ports and desliried all ,civil ,officers and authorities exiatinjror found ,je prescribed by the provielonfl gnernor for the may tak.og TBEATIE3.. neighborhood a first-class newspaper.at a.very modes*!
within
perty except aa -slaves, and in to the port of Brownsville the said State of Kentucky'tf n6tleof
l
property cases I opened by this proclama and return oftheir-votes but no who has cost.
where rights of third parties shall have intervened, tion, licenses will be granted by consuls of the United t his proclamation and togfve full effect to'jhe same told or exercised office, civil; pemou A Procfamatioa by die Preiid'ent cT the United Slates I Make J
or znifttaVy state
and upon the condition that every such' person shall I fiutes upon satisfactory evidence that the vessel so The tnarjUl law herein" proclaimed and the things'n confederate,'under any the rebel usurpation or wh'? ttii or : -of America.' ,, l up*sd send fa jour- Clubs,for bE hit ilanJinusry186C. j

take and subscribe an oathr and thenceforward keep licensed will convey no persons, property, or information i that respect herein ordere&wfll'not be deemed or voluntarily borne arms, attains (he United States' WherelM additional article's the General Convea'- ; ,

S and maintain(aid oath inviolate and. 'which oath I excepted or prohibited ab-ve. either to or taken to interfere wfth .the ,holding of lawful lice hall vote or be eligible'ttfb'e elected as delegate at l ion of Friendship. Commerce. *J.Nari&atio.n be.ween -. S TO FARMERS. .'
t hall be registered for permanent, preservation and I from the said port'; which license shall exhibited t ions or With' the proceedings of the constitutional s neb election.Sec. t the United States and Denro.-vrk.of tie 2Ct ofApril. 'The attention of Farmer* ia.lnrited to tiej

aJsalT}sW the tenor and *Bect following, to wit?- to the collector of said port immediately en arrival, .egislature of-.Kentucky pr-with' tlVe rdrtiniitration 5 And be itfuriKtrnacltL thai( l&e' sLid 1826, were concluded and signed.bythe res pec, t he '"Weekly- Commert-Lil,1* and. espeoaUy to the$

*, "It dosolemnlyswear' in presence I and,if required to any officer in charge of the blockade of justice in the courts- of law existing therein be -comtfifsgi 'ers.or either jf them, shall hold the elec- l ive PlenlpotenUriesofth* parties, at Washington. k:et report,which are made up with the greatest'esk',

of Almighty God,. thai I will henceforth' faithfully ; and on leaving sail port every vessel will be tween citizens' of the United States in suits.&r.proceedings L ion in eon form fly Witi {his.act. and o far as asm the, eleventh day of Julf.,lfst which% MSl} otijfl The Live StocS.Market Report Ir ia' itself went f,
aye
support protect:and 'defend the Constitution of the required to hero a clearance front the collector of the which.'do >l affect the! military"operationsor > consistent tberenithr, sh'alr proceed in the manner articles being in the English an'IFjecl, languages, p nCeheiad -

United States and the Union of the States thereunder; customs,according to law, showing n6 violation oftbe theronstitiited authonties'of the1 government* of manner used tn tb'e state prior to rebellion. The are wordier, word as followings r : The Famera Column will be made a promine
and that I will la like manner, abide and faith conditions of the license. violations of tbe United States, .ADDITIONAL ARTICLES.Jfl t tbe
? by Any said oath < f tfllepiance! shall be taken and subscribed on .ore coming year under the;editorial care of a**]
fully support all acts of congress passed during Ih* condition* will in volt e the for lei tare aid condemn In testimony whereof, I have hereunto' gel my the poll book by every voter iR.the forni9re.prt, the General Convention of Frenship, Commerce potent editor. : *

fcxlitlag rebellion with reference to slaves so long and I tion l of the vessel and cargo, and the exclusion of all band affixed', and caused the- seal- of tbe.Uqitedates'( -.to- .,be seribftl, but every person rnothibypr proved to the a nd Navigation., concluded Washington on the Makeup, clubs and send' along? rjoor name

110 I$5M not tpealed.modIfie& or held void by parties concerned.from any further privilege en commissioners to have held or exercised an) office, t wenty sixth day of:April.1828. between -the United new' year S i

tlltv TPIL to OF bydecison of the supreme court; and conI I tering the United States during the ws for any purpose Dome of at the city of Washington, this fifth day c civil of military atate or Confederate, under the rebel S Utes of America and His Majesty the King of Den When a Club of Subscribers haa been forwarded,
likenranner in ,
abide and whatever. July, theyearotoiilcfce
by aiLhfulIy npr.';t thou w>'d usurpation or.to have vnlnntariy( borne arms again m ark.
ditions
iii proelsmeUonsnf the Pc.ideflt t In all respects except aa herein S the L. 8. eight hundred and sixty four and of the -5' may be made to it on tbe same term*, Iiia'I 'ft j
rrderdrng S specified, ex Judet b xistingrebelllOn as vlng'reference to slaves, ao long sting blockade remains ia- full force and effect as pendence of-tbe United 6Ute the"eight? ninth totak* the oath; an>i in ease any fereoii who offerK ing'nf Denmarkwishing* to". favor their mutual neceajary ,

S f and so far aa not modified1 declared roil by dccis S hithertoestablished ac maintained.nor is it relaxed ''ABRAHAM LthCOIN.ythePresident bate borne arms against the United.States snail! offer commerce by affording in their porU,' necessary -. O'f2Ii3 -
Ih* supreme cowft So help me God" >y"this proclamation except {ja regard to the port to 1! :' -r to vote.be shall be deemed to hav.e borne arms vnl n assistance their respective* vessels every the nndersig are requested to act u agents fore 9'eeky! (t

jThvv1'sonipted from the benefits the tore which relaxation) is or has been expressly spplied." 'William H. Seward. Seerelar/of State. tartly unlef he haI! prove the contrary by the test a d Plenipotentiaries, being duly empowered for that mercial, and send along the name of'new suheb
"
t f
ixolitg provisions are all who are. or shall have bwtf- Ia witness whereof have hereunto set my hand S -. mony of a qualified voter.. The poll book showing p turpose, haze agreed upon,the followjng additional p romptly-; 'so: tbat they may 'commenca with th*;fl
rSvilof diplomatic officers or agent* ef the so called andcanied the seal of the United States to affixetf.- ; ,. m 15. the name and ofth of each voter,"shall be retumeil a.rticles to the General Convention of Friendship n umber of-the new volume for l6fl.
1 jjfConfederate goveramentt all who have Jell judicial Dbtfeat tbe city of Washington, this eighteenth A Prpclamatfeaf-by the President1 the United States to the provisionatgovernnr cball canvass sach'mtgr.B.3.and t'ommerce anxfKavigat2-. concluded at

|fUUn* tandr the United State to aid the rebellion; day fit 1'ebrnirry-.the year of oar-.Lord one of America! ; declare the having the highest number of o/ of. WabpgtannTtbentjjjth
person day
April between.
Jtall who are,.or shall have L. S.- thousand Whereas the ,1828. the F .UGH1E
been,military or naval offivcers L. eight hundred and sixty-four, aud Senate and House of Representatives.- votes elected. -. c outnicting paities. .. ; CO.Late .
| of said 00-called: Confederate government above of the Independence of the Unitfd- States of at their lutass.ion.adopted a concurrent resolution, Sac.KtynJeitSrt&efcactedflitt toe S provisJAn- ,
*4fphraak of colonel Ameroa the which wa J* .** ', ARTicta r. ,. ( Light Newton -A Eradborys)
lathe-army or of lieutenant in'w eighty eighth. a pproWd1 oir t5' second dsy of July''instant al governor shall, by proclamation convene the delegates v ,
Hrth.navy:all wh*left seal ia the United States con S ABRAHAM ''LINCOLN. and which was fn the words following.namely :i elected as aforesaid! at the the The respective Cqxu1s.eneral.loniuls Vice Con". 1 atcTrERs of TreSt CUS PU50FOiatthiAmerican
capital'of state
"W great to aid the rebellion i all who resigned commisaioas I. By,the President: "That the President.fof the UniledSUtos: be re in a day uotmore than three months after the dee a us and ComniercJai Agents shall hav* the/-right as, -

.1 lath* army or.navy of the United States and WilliaTif H.Seward EecreUr'y of State quesWd,to appoint a day for humiliation and prayer tion. givjng's4let thirtf' days' notice of such s inch to s'ttas Judges and arbitrators fn such differences qAetJjims 'U'orf aAerwards aided the rebellion by tHe day. as arise either at sea {In : iiio* q az 2'aLioas..
( i and all who have en- people the United S'ates i -that he request, In case the said capital sh.sH id his judgment be may or porVbetween the
.-ag.4lu aty war la treating colored persons or No. 13l his constitutional advisers at the head of the execa Bt he shall in his proclamation another un captain, officers n4erewof the.vessels belonginirto well kpqwti establiyhmentk'now' contkurf j

-:S Srlxil* persons in charge of inch, otherwise than law. A Proclamation by. the President of the United States live departments tb unite, with him aa chief magis.trate place. He shall'preside over the deliberation's appoint of the the nation"whoso) interests are com alttedto.theircharge. /LIGIITE and LQUJSERXST attheol 'tally as prisoners of war. and which America t' of the nation; at Jhe'citf of Washington"and I parllo\ilarlyjin reference ft thA a4jstrnent ofcontracts
persons may : convention, and administer |p each delegate before 1 24 Broome st, between,'Crosby i4' ElaVf.Nevl"t]
&avbeen ,
found lath* United States service a* aol tbe members of,congress,.and all magistrates all without ihe Interference of the' Ices! authorities
Whereas
tt has besom his in C
necessary to define Ihe taking seat the convention. fh> oath Of'allegi- Ity. fsLlcS'
4L41M.' ia eases I ,, unless the conduct of the ib
seamen, other civil tailors
or any capacity. l military.and naval officers, all soldiers, crew and the officers : *.J **f
erwhichineurgent enemies are entitled to the ben- ante to the, United,States in the form above prescribed. ,
1.. jf k4 I do further proclaim,declare and make known fits of the proclamation the President the Uni* and marizes with all love! andiaw abiding people or of the captains should distnb the order or

"f that whenever,Ia any of the BUtes cf Arkansas,' ted SUtes. which was made on the eight day of De.cember. to convene attheirnsnal: places ofwpr.hipiwbere- See. 7> Andbeit furtAe-enaeted, That the.conven t ranqnility of the country. -

Texas.,Louisiana,- Mississippi, Tennecsee. Alabama, 1863, and the manner ip which tfrey' shall I -v rtb y they be: tc' confess and to. repedtof theis r lion shall declare, on behalf of the state, their anb- It is however underjtojxi tnat lbipecies of judg
i-Ceorgia, Florida,South Carolina, and to avail themselves manifold sins| to emplore the compassion and forgiveness mission ment or arbitration shall not deprive the contending '
Xorth Carolina. proceed of those benefits t and laws of the United ,Stales, and shall tVE have for ?ale of tli
\\M aamber cf not less than And where the of tb.Alrnfghty/that, if 5onsisfentwith'Bii f parties of the right they have to resort on their return mme *
persona one teath In nnmber ** object of that proclamation were I adopt the following provisions. herebv.prescribed1 by V Florida. for Cash
will, tbe to the'judicial of their S Cheap or Cjedfer it tv'
/ ot the vote cast Ia such state at ILl presidential io suppress the Insurrection and to restore the author existing rebellion may be i speedily suppress. the United States in the execution of the constitutionf authority country. :,-., .,iTIICRBEH SOULS
edt and th _
election of tbe of Lord the United cpreInacy or the constitution and laws o altdutv! ) ARTICLE CO.p
year our one thousand eight ty of States i and whereas the ,to guarantee a'republieatL form ofgovern'meal fl.'S
amnesty
** *fcttiidred and sixty each having taken Lbs oath therein the t the United: St'.tes may be established throughout all I to Hoeg's Buildingsecond floor.
k f aforoi proposed President was offered with evenr s1al ._*nd incorporate them in the constitution TheConsuTa
TJd.andnot the states; to implore Him, the Supreme RulerJe f iGneralConsuls.iVic CopsaU.and April 12-31 "U' /
navtag'sinte violated it and being a reference to thes objects alone j as oftbe state! that is to ;
say
I >4 BnaJifie4 voter by the election law ef the state exist.I Now. therefore, I* Abraham Lincoln President. of die -world, not to desfroy us"as a people, nor suffer us isL No*pe'rsonwho5 has Iteut or exercised Commercial of the Agents are authorized to, require the assistance S '
--S-TnfjmmllMItel7 before the so called act of secession, the United Stiles of America do hereby tb be destroyed by the hoxUHty or connivance of other office civil ofmilitary.; offices merely mini any, local anldorities for the search' arrest -
proclaim except
I excluding-all otters, shall reesubliah) a stat LI andd.oleesIhatIhs said proclamation does. nations nrpy obstinate adhesion to our own'counsels, terial. and military,office* below the of aad imprj ,nient of the 4e'erter* front the ships -ofwarona Doors. -SasltJ
notap grade
geverament which shall b*republican aad ia nowise ply to'tite eases of persons who. at the;tim* when- which majrbsnn. conflict whir His;eternal purposes,, Ute dffconfederate, under th colonel. merchant vessels of-their country* For this
*
contravening laid:oathr, bneb, shall b* recognized a* they veek obtain the benefit thereof by taking the andtoimpIoreRiintoenIigbten.the mind of the na vote for or be'a'member of the usurping power, shall purpose they shall apply to the competent tribunals, T
: I Lbs true government of the state, and the state shall eatb thereby prescribed, are In military. naval, lion to know and do ITsf wijl. humbly believing thai or. legislature, or govern- j judges and officers,'and shall in writing demand said '4
4, receive thereunder the ortltil it is in accordance with Hia will that deserters proving by.the1 exhibition of the '
benefit* of the constitutional' confinement or custody, or under bonds our place should r Second. registers I.
".pTovisioa which declares that or on be maintained as a united people tbe InvolanUry servitude fs forever prohibited vessels,the rolls of the crews, or by other official documents
"the United SUtes parole of the civil among fsrally.
military, naval and Ihe
or authorities freedom
? JrtaJltwantyto *very state in Ibis Union a republU agent*, of the.United States as prisoner of war,, or or of nations' ;to implore' Him to grant to pur armed de-i stata., ,of all/ person&s-guaranteed .in said ,or. if.the vessel shall have departed. by COD! B.1'i-.n4.: :

carform of government, ahd-shall protect each of persons detained for offences of any kind either be fenders and the masses of the peopte-'that9 courage, S Third. Nb'debt, stile confederate of said documents duly certified by them that such ;
or created
tnejn.agiiastlavssloBi power and resistance; and endurance ; by or i individuals form of the crew and this reels
.sppJieation of tb Li fore or after conviction! hud that oa the contrary, j it t necessary toss underj.be sanction'of the part t on ''
JgiKtnre, or the execuUve, when"" the legislaln rS Itdoe'apfyosIt0those: who. cure that result; to implore Him in Ills lofinite"good t usurpiugpowerahslibe'r nation being thus substsntiated. surrender;xbsjl
*, cannot be onvened.) against domestic violence." large and free from' persons attest being yet at ness to soften the heart, enlighten thVTnlnds. I recognized' or paid by the state.. :.i not be refused unless there bejufficiei& proof of the
any confinement Src. 8. J''iffvr
o r Jn A
<
; And X do further ..proclaim declare, and mel c* duress, shall vol nUriIy come forward and take th quicken the conieienee*of tho** io rebellion, that It convention < 1 shall
-F known that any provision which nay be adopted by said oath, with the of they may lay down their arms and speedily return shall : have.adopted those provisions, it where their surrender b demanded hdeserters, : C.-IZ.ROBINSOJ.'
aUd
Barb state purpose restoring peaea esUbhshlng to their have adopted those provisions, jt ahajl proceed when arrested.'shall be' April 19 U 23S
government fa relation totho freed peo.I the national authority.- Prisoner excluded allegiance to the United States that they re-establish placed attheditposa? saM]I ,
/I*oftnch state, which shall reoogaisa' and dealt* from the amnesty offered in the said proclamation, iDly not be utterly destroyed, that the effusion of rfrdatn a republican form of government* and Consul General.Consiji. Vice Owolj orCommereial] -

Uelr permanent freedom provide for their education, may apply to the President for clemency Ilk* all! bloo I may be stayed, and that unityand .fraternity, whlchi'whea a constitution Containing those provisions, AgentjraJid'dl y be con fined;in the public prisons at A South-Side Historical' War ,Hotel5Third'
'aaawhlctvoay be be restored, and kdopt.dtbacou'reutionshslI by ordij the request and coil of Ihosi who sh '
yet consistent as a temporary ar. other offenders, and theirappl1c.Uon-w1Il! may peace established throughout ll claim them, '
rasm&tfeal with their present condition as a laboringI'esa. > consideration! receive da* all onr borders :'? nafaee provide for submitting to'the pe>pt of tbe state, i in order to be detained until'tbe tiipwhe.th.y.iba1'be I Edition,just ready. -
.and homeless ,clas.wUl Now*'therefore, I Abraham t 'Lincoln ? entitled to vote'un4er this Jaw.aLan election to be. restored to the vessels' to which beloacaJL-o
*
pot b*, objected to I do further declar* and proclaim' that the' dith President'of held in themLnner'rserIbed they '
2aU.nal the United States by the act for the dcc'lion sent back td* SUi2OYAGIIBS .4$
flir
7Ib. ExecuUs, presented in the aforesaid of cordially concurring with tb* con own country by a vessel of tae'same
proclamation tbetth of
: And it is suggested as, BoUn:proper that, 1 In t n- December, 1WB, may b* taken and subscribed before gressof the United State*in th*penitential and pious the conven'ion/at'ofdel.gstes'; but which at a time election and place named by nation, "or any oLhr'vessel whatsoever. But.if.not Being th4TMeaioiof: a' Staff'Officer' VWl"

ftmeling a loyal slat* government Jn anv state, th* any commissioned'officer, civil sentiments expressed in thaforesaitl resolution, and the said electors, sent back1 within three month from the day of their: Edited fAT
military naval ia and
-- ** of the state, th or heartily approniogbftb. derotl6ai l .. none others shall .'vc.flirectly for,or againstiuckconsIjtutIon'ad arrest they shall be sit at from w, >>/'CoSwry, by+or \
the and
boundary, subdivision,ti tie the servjc* of the United Bute deegned \ liberty, shall sot be >
or civil' mill pus '
any or form of-state with *
.enstR tlon. and th thereof, do government and I again arrested for the r, fourJMl pig WMIMI1IOS. 12i&i
general cod of laws, a* befor* UryjotSeer: of a state or territory not fa insurrection, pose hereby appotnt th. rst Thizrsdayo If the returns of seldele4'son.hs1f same cause '
th* rebellton be maintainedtnbjvctonly to the moil i. who.by the law thereof; zcly be qualified for ad I August next to be observed by the people of the Uni. visIonsl'go'VernBnr whobslL, bemVfle-W th* pro However if the deserter should -b* found to have S 49OJes. jtTice 1t.k .

J Hcltioa* amefnbefore luted, and such others, If any,. m1nisterIugosths., All officers who receivesuch tod states. ai ar.d'iy'cT: national hamiliaUoti alid,' the presence of the,electors,and.canvass jf toe aarte ia I committed any erme offence, his surrender roajv ,iOJWYJ Stonewall Jackson from the beg

4 lot feuwtraveaiBg said condition, and which may M oaths ate hereby authorised to give certificates thereon praveK votes east shell b1or the constitution a.majority- of the I be delayed until the tribunal before .which hit case jcfdVaIley campaign to his death; nc'Iucoiirse

4 deemed cxpeditat by those framJnEth* new slat* to the person respectively by wnonTlhey 'ar* I do beret/ftifth'er'inVite sod request the heads of "fQTtrim nebelbal cerUfythelafne, rwlth and form of be depending shall have piynoTnced Its'sentencVand with Lee, Jackson, Stuart, Aabb7,land
ptmeut {be tircVitive 'a copy such sentence shall
; .. S made, and inch officers" departmenU this govfmment have been carried In.to effect other celebrities '
: To avoid are hereby reuirMsotrans, I IrnttLbeiIginsI with thereof to th* Presldsntof the Untied SUtes, who al we bave a vividarmy pictures'
gether all ) ) Vt. rse'nt
nlsaoderstaading. it be I egiiators"alHndge and rtfagulrates p additional-article*shall have the
my properar record* of each oathsat saudy let obtaining aSsent same life at the South,' 4T11$5w0r4'i&whoeltrstory I
.a "
c r1 .aay that Ibis proclamation;so three it relates to stste day as may be convenient, to the Dcpartment'dfSute, and all other personi &'xercfsfofatthirrity in, the recognize the icongreushall. bv prpcUmationr force and value a* iftber were' Inserted."word for of*tirring mcident iritis') truthful delto **
/.jOveraraeBU, jbas government so estabiisnea: and I word,in the ,
norelerenc
to sUtes wljerelw loyal where the/) will be deposited;and remain ia the 'ar* landtwh'ftber-clviltimiliUryfOrnavaLand all sol L' from the date of sneV recognition-, and" convention signed at Washington on Ih* ntted events, fine drawing of character and a fi *SpoeitioB
1/iUto not
hav diers before ,
governments all th* while beta maintain- ejivMof la* government. The Secretary ,seamen,:and- marine* ia the national service,, twenty-iixib day ef April one, thousand eight hun'
I i-Ladfor-th SwUlknptegitartbereof. and all the other iaktrab4spresatatIvee.sid elector of the.vtewa'and nodTOL0!Southern <"f.V
s&ws-rusonItsn&y be to : loyal and law-abiding people'of the for-j'esl dred andtwenty-six: and being and ratified
propu and will approved
I ;-Stturther say, that paather. on application I. United $tatetUUsembleIn their dent and Vic President may b*elected in such slate b tbe conflict just closed, all told ia the purestL ng4un
:members, sent to coerres ID-proper eases, isu certificates' such records la prefmed'plaees *1 1"publla ;, ,?resident of th* United SIt LIbJ aadwitb, .
'i t0.froa anysUte shall b*admitted to sesU constllution-, th'e'fttatomsry! form of official certlfi Cites. worship ftn'thar-dsy aadHbere-and-thea. to SUtes.aecordin&to: '-law" -of- the""state and of -the United I. the,advice and coMe it of the' $jjo>te thereof'aad by: uaI1ydtlIghtM'stjle' tbWomiguest.

ralaxliUively with the r* pecUvi bouses, snd Wlltfesswhereol f have hereunto let hand-1. render to th* Alalfbty* and Merciful Ruler of th* : JI|? Majesty thepg of"Den mark, the ratification* .* S .
c fi.f to aay extent with the'Executi. And still fur* and caused liftrstal ef th* United State to b ny* affixed. unlveds inch iomsfes and such confessions,and to _6cfJ.shall And) I*,,UfurtHtr 'tMtAtd.' That If the con h- snail: be excbingedat Washington''litMa six months :
veijliofi refuse
Wttrltttb1. proclamation U intended I.P. offer'tUiHim such supplieaiotsss the to r* establish" th4 itat* govern" from the date hereofTor
to' pretest Don* as tbtfftrtty Washington 'th*Jweaty congress oft D t isi...." j.i._. sooner.'If'possiblsw *
4b* ti.ic'phdfthe states wherein the naUnsl *uthori. sIztb'dcycfMwrcbinlb. of Lord United Slate blv fa'tbeiriaforeiddrresolnllony( td 'ftforesaia. thi ---->- I.goennorsj1deciats I. Id filth whereof we/tha'nnd r"ignd. ia virta* of
year our IL -
iisbeen suspended and loyal taU.corernmrau L. 8. one:.thousand*eight'hundred-and for solemnly, so'etraestly, and stireverenUv,rcomma'iiftftftittfeny the it dissolfe4r It sbl.flbe I our Respective full powers, :have signed ,she present
sixty r. the :
iV*b ett uv Hed, mod*in *ad by which th*aa. aad of thE ladtpenaeao of.th* United,State .d. 1 duty,of. .President whenever he shall have additional stij15.4n.4 have theretoa.mz4uq.z seils '. ;
reason Io Vtlf)
iiomJ anthority an dThytr l : whereof I have v.tbst a sufficient numSerof th state '
ita44gorernhientt may I b* tb* eightv iabtbr berentftp ny handand 'Ponein trIplieat.atth.Ity-o Wa.ahlngtcn.o:
.$ t.bUshedrtthIa uld sUtest or: in aoy of them > : 4k1cL LfltcOL caused Lbs seal of tw United BUtes'to b*-affixed eatI&l0ddky4under this act In number not leu th-a fJl in the-f.asoto 1mdonthLDd

** dWbUIibeiaod. presented it th*.beat the Kxeu* B/fliPreid 't Don at lhe'diy of-Washington' this seventh:. then a maj6riyc4th( (> of enrol WZ-Maformld. are &hI
; Mn atiggtkwJUi his day of July, I in the of willing tor*.esUbfiiS slati government the :
present impressions,urns St William IL Seward8ereLa17ot&t4e'; year our LorJr cuP B OQ 4it on con E1A fai
H:;* kt* m>d nt odtii t 09-otbef possible znod* would 1S,_,and sight( hundred and sixty feint add of the MaoeAidfto UB<)t'tIi* "ibv1Ioni3'govrto r. r -' 'WR. i
to
sp&bIe. No. 11 S the Indpendenc4cf.tb* United 6UU .th* ia order $bbesptHrlbi; d Ttt'tbls aotjaad te proceed *Aad%hef a*th* saldTaaditlopAl article have been,
', sightyninth' sdj Mpt>< aa Mtfcr 'p vWdA ith* ,todW duly rsUftedon-both part and .the reipeetiva ratiflcation
,aeJxn:pider mLbat4abVa1bhr 1Prtc1atIon-byth.-PresidenIf- BtU ,
gotne the.
r r ton tItaeigb day of cember, /,. D..OU the t'9* cf Ataeriea. I 'ABBAUAML1NcoLN., wt m4Uaed, by.tarryth it to the -id4aEj iitat*jsarera.m of the.sam* wr 'exchafiged ia the' city i o
&a'd dEbt h1dI4 md god f BjthPti4Ie t ? .1 ? I. Washington,on th eighteenth iostaatby William" jjflflgV
5Ixt-thfl4 8 '
t
IB' t :: CO NWJII William >c. 10. AndbtitfuTthcr cteTb4.unIll t &Sward Stai of
H. SewtrJ.
Becrttarylof
v Semttry of SUU.Ho. S lbs United States
: tIJten4enco of th..4 1iU tbe :United States ,
r sighs 7. shall hav VMOfnised '
arepoMoan aa4 W.R.BjUsoC
&fbw.P.Wfdtnt. LJ4natur bearing date the third dsyof-My; ,' of a charge d'Affaires of Hi*Majesty
: Laving bees Issued to Chides Hunt, 'eit sea oftb* .- 17. Utotovram,the proTlsloasig Tsraor In Mel tb* Klngof Penmark in th* United States,' ba' ta
f
ari4 ,said state
shall '
see that this aet -and the laws of L-
,
United States recognizing him Conuul of put oCtbsiiseep.ottvo gev.rnmssts': ,
-
u Belgium, A Proclatoatlon by the President of Ih*UhlWI iUtis. the United St&t.ssn4 '-
the law t
forSi. Louis Missouri, and declariuf him fre* to ex:* Whereas, at th* late session, congress passed bll 11 when t state government was of'overthrown tbo Mat* laforce.-'by tha T NowJ-therefore, be it known that I*Abaaaaa Lla* '., S ;B !
rti aad coin,President of th* UaiM 8tat
enjoy ** f Aj iaihave
sueb1u.tlosiipoirerc.udpitih Jo '
'guatant** tocertain stateS hot r.belUon
.1 -govrnment*
ale faithfully ,xecuUd,wltbla thi staU
1 I *ased lbs said additional aitiel** to ha made poWic, 1pil1Im )i rt

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