The Florida times
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Title: The Florida times
Uniform Title: Florida times (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Florida weekly times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Reed & Hodgson
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla.
Creation Date: July 5, 1866
Publication Date: 1865-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 5, 1865)-
General Note: Publisher: Joseph F. Rogero, <1866>; W.H. Christy, <1866>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033823
oclc - 18336110
notis - AKM1536
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System ID: UF00079924:00022

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I, ;sTOl :iF FRENCh OSCR1Pfl..

i *Q Eomain Diuow* sher of Etrctat, a.4.
bt had {knen accnstActed from uiSmVy tbrgssb

4 TesTin 1tath t4 ) & VV*,* *.-

r- --%..jfrfe| a- Ka-wrat inorttet tQ iiaI; : 3oda-4beMMri
di "*tW these days, a thriT.solitary branch of induatrjTflis
: : '. ; life.,ifio habit "constant, cotninnoion V '
-- 'with wifInatur ,jdincd td 'theriOU

f ["Lirrty anZ tTnonNow, wd Jrrver OneaJJsuepxau4"] 0G Per anuthu. habit of his psth&i4JLz. :a'xotaVra s4 '-'*!<.

moody mau while itiftetoiig.q elarfMai VZ
i friends save '
LCKSONSTILLE: .iuiSIAT ,J UJY 51866 Io. o. tanees,bat kept all h4| irotberjEIsiier Qfffinian jen at q'?.

( -, .. :-- j distance, jle cercr rambled w/qnd U&e I chiii

1__ V V -T't-- V aril kit w r.othinbf 1hVreatwoTl 'th1Jay .
!. Hew Skirt KOWiSD bet for some reason or other,Sad madaft TOW around Turn, Atthe'begirinrejjof th'a p' '..
!'* Iwo haiub open the breast; and bttor Is pasif* VV not to fctartfor: a certain timcy.and,.being cajnff
V -Jinfcj. Prrtr press century thevlraperial WwtocjRlpr'Romsia .
V V VV Vet! for moftcy, hid hit upon 'tola subterfuge! to Vas ordered to leave Etrctat andj btr '
1GPOR *cpon thebtvast" keep his conscience quiet, V V for his country. '" ,. c-..
One 1866. 1866. .4ndado4: : T. ,
at Dol
? that
: 'V 'Two pale feet prpsset] in rest V V V V Findiag formandy dil.BOt $ffrt.Vsuf V TJie other conscripts were gay as lark it the?
V __ V -Thefucet4won, V : V V V VSVV ficiently wide field for liisoperatior.%Cartouche t>ro :pet*,tot Frenchmen are soldiers by instinct; j
and Dinner V Twtf eyes with coin-weights sbnt ,:. r Jtnrncd to Paris, where he 8o OH 4. V And all tears cense;, .,. wVwollwbriefi3ruuteV.V leader f4a wldcTyHextendcd and vi-ry expert no coward but one whose wild d vingj.hadvoti.morethafc V V VV V
: ,of all. of BRADLEFS ... V, V of thieve The .44
CELEfittiTED'r Lfl4erpteaee. '. "," i1-.1( gang police arrangements Vail one occasion, filled the mK Tjthz V
4 V fo? prar we oflcntimes, nurarnfng V onr lot; that day were very inefficient,and these robber* wondVrJjettne: thought of quUtlngiCnJotheif V V VV
!! 0p "" committed the mostndacjous thefts and Cither
d V CotliaUU kindness pswereth not. "> ?: lathe veryj and the wild waves thaf were his dnTjf
jAc ,what you vV4rI _-; .. TwohanditoworltMdrest V' : "V V heart()1'j.iris!, Curtoo lje,as agencratlhing play rcatcx, was more than, he could bear. 'H f V '

I V t V Aye for Ills praise- *" *> r-U I wa? opposed fo the taking of life,and las,mode wool rather heap from the bight*and die*;'.-Eof.conragcd '-' V
[ E,. V 0I Two feet that never rest .." -r .- Vi VV OftR/r.ttPRVWSS: ; often yery eec ntrk. by his parents,be took refuge in a hale; J V

t\ V _, ; : 'V0nqdaVb0VWCfltflaVt3YeTfl1rt the neigh* midway down the cliffs, and so, evaded tLoiewhd / /'
> $Sp6 Two yest1atlookaboe _?, .. bortiuod of Pans to.sCok for some refreshment 5CarCEiIngfrbimt1g5flJ0..Vfl14 f.
?5 to 200 V Through all Jhdr tear; !. V Tne'.mart of the house and his/wife at dead of Jftt i V
"Cat V Tro>Hp> UllbreatbJngloTc' V. t'6' appcarctl tube parent night; the f .
be:, ; 40 to 80 I JE V JotVwrath nor fears.V: '; .. ; '' V V in tronblo about something and CartoucLc Itris to him by a cord, and inppBtd him merever *-

100 SOto to, 160 JW So pray we afterwards-. >v.oo dnflrieesj>>.V' inquired of them the cause lie was toll that .wilK woodier firing; ..The lad tolerated Kit, \ V

. 100to J50 V Fisrdoa those erring prayer* -Father,hear these). they were unable tf pay their rentj'and that the solitary Barters and remained$hem throTijjbont
( 20 to 60 V 1lis McLoez.V owner o the j>rcmics had threatened to eject ; the course of a whole! year j V' -

E : !15 to' 40 V thftn. V .. One night,!Ijowever,some'fishers in a, sailing V
8 to SO OARTpUCilE, TimBOBBElt': 'lfov much tlo you-oweT asked Cartouche lk>aty rctirning-from the open channel,'pere'eta .'I ,-

,15 25to to .60 100 ,E NptjEawj'.oiphths.ajo OHQ of jlbo.'sights to *""Three thousand franca,"replied the innkeepmoments. -" cd to.their astonishtaeal a bright light burning
; JOto 20 be ecn B ari;$ V waj the rather gliastltr one ofthei V V V in the centre of the cliffa. Crossing themselves Ji

6 to: 10 eint&rocJi body of tlio .celebrated! robber VV .* .reflection, Cartouche and calling on tho Tirgin, they spoke ot\wHaf'-\ : V

to" IS Eath HOOP being c6Td'VT Ctlpache. whb'flonnshedin.France la the ear said: :V VV ." "" V : they Iud e Bjjn J "v!a* *rd1r eon1r4..V..VV _..._
Cto 20 ly'part of the last ccntarff .Cartonchc was sentenced s "You seem to IK; good,honest people enough, byothers who had Lad the same experience'* VV

.(! 20to 6to 100 10 Two in the year,I 721t9 )JC,lol.cn upon the 'and I should like 't 5 help you out of jour dU5dnlty. The coastguard ,,hearing of the affair, snv
; Perfectly Tempered
L ito SO V wheel. According to somflnanthorities the exe- I will lend yea the sum named, which peeled a.:nest of contrabands, (and kept slurp

1eagiV. I I 7 to ',14 Single Springs. cntiondid, not take place the crirbinal havinso yon can repay me at-your ColiVCfliCDCC. Xoti- watch. It was soon discovered whose hand h| .
| SOto loO V V himself with his the fire and the that Remain
A. ingratiated jjjig flf jailors fy your landlord-':comu here; to.inorrow at news spread -wfa
,, i Sto 10 IraiJcd tightly nnd firmly, together, edge tietige thai the latter agreed to.forcstaau tkjc extreme three o'clock -receive his rent, the amount of living; in the cave. The antBorities flocked
.7-4f S .20,6 to to SO 10 forming one Loop, and mating the penalty by strangling him .i3th} a fcllkcn cord.. I which has been lent to you by a friend, and be the. foot of the cliflk. They summoned him VVV
Probably hemp was considered too .vulgar a he r wth| a speaking to come down.V "* V
ptc: V i sure that rjve you a? receipt in (nil. trumpet V ;
: STRONGEST A T) MOST FLEXIBLE, THE material fr>r the final necktieofso famous "1 will be soldier be shouted V
above list of a i Well, the landlord came atIici appointed never a bach) |
(? Ib.e annexed LIGHTEST V AND: ,MOI>T DURABLE 'criminal; bnt at any. rate, when, the dec J was hoar,pocketed his three thousand tranca and They threatened if he'' dul nol descend to
SPUING MADE.They' V done the allowed to retain the I take him force and have him shot 5 *
3 llnnli jailor was body | went on his way rejoicing. As he was passing .by r-.
no as his perquisite, and he made quite a dice Jit- of woodland however .hisvay "GoodrhercJqrncd, UJ would tfie ratbci
then order 'will1 not b*'nd or brcat like the single( throtgh: a piece ,; on.
Orfob no favor but will their V tie snm of money by exhibiting it at two sous a to ] 'aris. he was confronted by Cartouche than be a soldier." V &bTljey
; of the Cer always preserve bead for; a few day Then the body was banq- and.one) Of his fptng, who roobcd him of all the attempted to sciii tint jo .raid; and .'

1 returning to IEflFiT ,.AiD BEAlTriFUL 'SHAPE, ed over to a surgeon for dissection,hut that pro j la&ncjrhe had about him. dmoontbg to more of what good were ladders to rda 'fi a.helgbt of "

GUT. V fcsslonal man,happened also toLe a speculating! : than four'lhouand franco two.handhjdfqetf jCbftain daring mea tolrthV Z*
; : ) VV'V VV cac, and instead of cutting up tbe boJy,1ccn. Cartouche, and his gang nscd frequently to teered to dotrc by foj ts from the top .

or Silver V V IX ALL V balmcd it, and having enclosed it ma glass case, perpetrate robberies more for the purpose of exhibiting clifT; bat Itcmiin seized and shook the" eord .

article.VV '-V CROWDEDASSEMBLAGES, VV V made a permanent show of it for an admission heir address than v with, a view to gain. and they desisted just in time to sare their, '
!,Agents ChURChES, VV'f fee of ten sousC This doctor devised the body It is told of thi*audacious marauder that he once necks. They began cutting steps below, batva
: "' V V ,, ,. t. 7 : -* THEATRES, to Professdr.Ballourct,by whoni it was presented offered a handsome reward to one of his follow &Iiorer of hngc stones soon made them giveupi V V

3L. f..O 25 RAILROAD CARS, VV to Athenaeum. In course of time it pass ers, the.Iatter. would steal.tlic coat c f the back i the attempt in despair They rushed to the

.- 00 FOR PROMENADE, VV4 cdthrougn many bands,still Viri a perfect state of a certain constable or inspector of police, ; uf-preftcl. "The example is a dangerous one!'? .

-5,00;,5 00 V .V V .: V. OR HOUSE DRESS, of preservation,.until it was acquired by its present who had made himself obnoxious to them, by cried the functionary; "he most betaken dea
; ( ) 10 00 Iu'filet. they .are superior 'to all other, com proprietor for & sam equivalent to 2000. his vigilencc. The robber nndjertook the cqn i or ajivc." V So, after more parleying, they -began -

15 00 ;Z-n' i V Carjonche belonged to a family of respectable mission,and watchinghis opportunity,wbeii the | popping at Roraain with their guns; but jfi V

Customers COMFORT, ECONOMY. LIGHTNESS AND tradespeople in Paris. From his early youth inspector, dresseil ,in his very 1 lest uniform -I he was safe ID his cave, and retaliated now and

their goods V V DURABILITY: he was a constaut source of trouble to lib par was on the watch in some procession, one I then w itb stones andjbonlJers.I .
: : allowed 10 Inquire for V VV cuts, ou account of his irresistible propensity to day, he slit his coat down the back with a knife. I The siege continued for four days. Oo .the

not less than tlieiring! and many were the.scrapes into which Having done this,he kept his eye npon.the.oiS- i fourth day, Remain found all his provisions
1Th will cul. 3 '., he got.himself through his .operations. When cer until be shortly afterwards, followed him, j goafii.-Hs-was fainting- for thirst. lIe- nno$ V

jflet, 15 cento Bradley's Duplex Elliptic about,ten rears of agethe" whipped cp a ditches*' but not unit! he had seen the wife of the officer escape perish. Now, thetliffs: in which.;heby V
:Terk. lap-dog from the cushion of a'carriagc.that was leave the house soon after her husband had en securewere at least three hundred feet i in .

"I, BR0 ., V (ORPOUBT.K SPRING) SZI LT waiting in front of a mansion. Ho ha4 ,seized tered. Calling for the master of the house, he height.and entirely perpindicular; but almost -.

; York. the Animal adroitly by the rauzzJe, to prevent represented himself as being a Journeyman with urHer the cave,"an3[ leaning against the ;dl

and State. U from yelfiingan alarm, but somehow it got it? the laHor! employed by that officer, .say ing that was s.rocfc oce hundred feet high, an3 project; V
For salc 'cvcry. where. TBnuKrtareJ-: tread jrcc and bit his hand, whereupon he dropped atadj bad called and ordered bun t> cpme fora iig ilufifteei feet se warii. At high! tide V

Ltbr clusively"! ). brthe'scle: ownurs V o/th** Patent it, and /oolmsn coming up at that moment coat thit had lAn tlan gcd.and nco led immediate the sea dashed Agracsttbi rock, rendcnng alt V

E ;/;, I.V VV .79fy>i V : GARY ,Master Cartoache was treat t1 by jura to repair. The unsuspicious officer at once passage impossible from side .,. .WESTS BRADLEY '
V ,
V. 79 and 81 Rend sta, a sound flagellation,, V hsuded In* cost to the rascal, and that was the ing a narrow space of dry shingle! to Jth.e r hand
-97'Chambers and V ; In the backyard of a house in tho arctn last;ho ever'saw of it. Police officers arc not su left. .Fortunately for Bomaia itas.; then "
N Tort.
.. ..' ..: V V V % which Cartouche's lived there tank Mirnoon. There fall ten at.
: I'w parents was verdant a days, and we hardly tfiink that was sea by night
".Tho1sa1e and Ro np\f
;* of the works For eab j in >Jacksonville
V V VJVVV in which some decks of n valuable breed were one cf 6arractr politan"blues" coildiiavesuqb.V In the rock and ia the fall tides lay his

: V V aillJyV.V VV:14VV: (IV.IIL, .UO111XSQ: kept. To obtain some thesebirdsbaU, lQng, trlelc T l yt! npoa b'JVl] l .\ hope M .:..lie...uu.yHn spent thggnoT
-VV b'C'C tT" IMUV 1**** t w1 -4--" i a*mmt i r > i> 4V4 p>V | vtnctt vTanoucne was ai last
espociaJ- '0 jV V V JOHN ,S. sA1I1S CO was not so easy to cxccate it, as the yard wa* broaght to justice there were sucb: a host of suffered none of the soldiers beneath to rema4 _
) change time VV V R. S. goHfJe'd by,a tsirgc dog. A brilliant idea,*however complaints! and witnesses in the case that tEe under his cave, but.compeiled.them by feai' .
S. L. Nl BLACK A CO., V occurred to the mind of the! juvenile delinquent trial lasted for two month: While it wcs pending showers of stones to take refuge on the th t'V

ueof and ;iU .incrcjuaits! who sell First Class Skirts in lie procured some hiiig-taekle ofa Legrand, the poet, wrote a comedy based side of the rock. Nor did his voBeys cease tiH V

:, time. W Florida and throughout the Sou.hern $tates. Enc but strung description, and provided with upon the career of the robber, and Called it it was high sea, and the passage: beyoh1liq! Frock
3 as the cue this 1 he the roof of the house, whcacej"liy ** impossible. In the fall mconlight hfr V
Thin TRAIL i is all t1ernge p HpA>:i 44 Cartouche, anil it is a fact not very creditable was
plan The EMPRESS.
: new l and creeping along emerged from his cave aad commenced to de
first-clans scra: 'ing over p.'irapctH to'the French licensing authorities of the ;
and t *
in[ Lntd i l, l'aris throogi ; Europe arrived the roof of the house! to ccnd aided hit feet add lianda. "The
At cti-rj iebi-i V 4 lead*, he at period, that this comedy was produced for the only Jby .
blank, and V which the ducks-belonged. Here ho baited his first tirae"on the.very"day oo which the robber soldiers OC D* other side fired at him.agam and, V
a Watch at C. 3L BOWMAK/ CO book with duck' meat of some kind, "and let paW Jhe forfeit of-his crimes.THADDEUS again,but lie conticaed hu'way cndapnwdtand.

one Importers and Jobbers ting it down! gently the! tank, soon hooked pc down, oninjure* lehiiid.tKft re'cfc lSi5ja ;

let the old dralce! ,and began to Jiaul bun up, handover STETEXS.: : the baffled soldiers wondering; a his .courage,
the drake about halfway and his Next his blouse1
draf pava- V baud. \Vheji was cursing success. day
Thaddeus Stevens is in from hiscoinrnittee.room
This DRY GOODS uplie! wajf! however, the flaping of his just coming and sabots were found on the shore,bit he ham
and looks feeble! the
so ,
every patton. 325 BROADWAY NEW' YORK- great Kinr aa
'p against-n window attracted the ntteiiton self had disappeared, and -sought
end satisfac. wings old man, it makes me sorry. The men abroad -*
within and the'trickwavdicover- rain. V V V
Knowiag the of some one wlio assail him with such ferocity if they could
going North will do well to examine V
ed. The-la\v not cal'ed into requisition on He turned ,; however a afterwards- ; V
to MERCHANTS V J : i up year ,
every full line of VV him would be quite disarmed. Jib
coxpriies sec now,
: } the very low V V account of the youth of the delinquent, bat when the amnesty granted to deserters.mad it
PRINTS is bated his cnta as. keenly
V spirit not sarcasm "
; all who de- V V appropriate justico was dealt out to him by immersing safe to appear. But he was changedThef? V
DELAINES; his wit fiaslies as.brightly his intellect
as ever, great
.4Ic early applir VSiiEETiXGS. him in the duck-pond from vrhfcb be was a wild light in his eycsf the Bnfferings :h"s
.,.. ,: ,. seems in no wise dimmed;yet tlitf hand J'sions
V V V V had to make so good a "haiiL"Aficr bad undergone'in the cavern the stran"
FLANNELS, .. of Time lies heavy him. The will which
BLEACHED: JIUSLIXS a brfef career of vice and crime;in.Par- upon of the,Tong;stormy" nights, the dret*
and rules
V never swerves, which always ,
made him mad thjSV
V where he terror of it alL had ,
***V' V V VV < ia, Cartouche wett into Normandy;
: .
V'V the
DRESSX500DS, men, is powerless to resist pressure"of pain-
be haunted the
whom be' harmless. For ten ..mdL
a of brigands, commanded years *
CO. : organized gang
CLOTHS, __ and the infirmity age. Although DO
.T ? ?" Here ofi bis chlls,a wild,woe-begone man, supported.by V V
chief 'exploits -
VV 'l"" 'CASSIMERS,4" .. .., as ; some observer would think ityThaddeus Stevens b
OF ,,.,.., .-..- V TESTINGS : ,:?. Lave become traditional. V of A comely wig robs public charity; but fioally,inn wild fit,liel 'V
''* V V V "' A nble was travelling through the country in over seventy-years; age. hallows ed froia the heights and was dashed to "pieces. .
SHAWLS which
: him of the bqary crown always-
,. V. V **/ and outriders.7t .
with postillions two
V4 V his carriage, valuable inventiotis
V HOJERV the head of age., His face in outline approaches -A highly important
LI < V V V v\VIIITE"GOODS V, : : ;was about dusk when, at a lonely part of the the Indian type. The square, perceptive brow, now.on exibhion at the Adams. House,irb.icit! -
: V VV road, they encountered a .man on noiseliack, the strikes just the thing for those who
LINENS. : the deep.-sei eyes, the high cheek-bones, u*as being ;
V V V V V V flhIBONg, V V V, f who, presenting a gun at the postillions, com broad jaw saturnine mouth are most mar do business on the great waters'-a hifesayiuRare' *
'LACES 'v' inanded them to pull up, oo pain of :death. but made to and coeupkeaziimbwjImore V
to{150 SV'V V V ked. The face in rcpo&cjs stern, savage. -. open
This they did, while the two outriders put spurs Iif -hoat -iBJomuch i iis
I SO to 525 YANKEE NOTIDNS.V- The u sardonic smile"that we read so much valuable than any M
: 100 to SOO i. : irHOOP-SKIRTS, also V. to their horses and galloped awry. Then the about is a very human ,and kindly smile,after contended that it:will not elnki capizejprj

75 to.275 COTTONvBATTS.WADDINGS,- :-. robber, who was no, other than Cartouche, ap? alL Tbaddeus Stevens inimitable sarcasm and swamp in a heavy sea.'The pweutinPV1o9k3fe3 ,

JUtorn 60 to 175 J t ''V ->- V- .V pcbed.thc nobleman and salpted him with wit seem purely intellectual gifts,flames off he iWe, and a company Jmsbe .rL formed to> afQ .
.. 60 90to to 200 275. ? VV YARNS and V much respect,ai the same time keeping the head, free from all smoke of personal malice tte plan Into practical operation. EotlmTftuuAdvices' -

V WARP jiiczzlc of his gun pointed him. The.traveller will .the most things of a roan's rript.. __ V
1 .. 75 to.225 = V; V V lie day savage V V,VV ,, _VV
70 to 175 had no arms, so that defence was impossible, ,without emotion of ill- :
&O, &C., V &C. : V acts and opinions, .one from stateBerbrngger UIa1tM.V V
with 1 a
( ) 40 to 225 ,All of which,will be sold on the best terms.. V and the robbc r"addressed him beg bon- will toward the man. lie will anihilate member SlcCartby.and some otherV
H 55 to 250 :.... thousand pardons of your lordship's august in then clapping him on the "
111 ;
___ 60 to'275 52T Orders fc rcceieprornptattei4OI.1 but I that a speech.and men have penetrated Into the rapnnd known as.
: 45 to 175 Oct'27 tf"* . .., jor for stopping your carriage, the'act.. Jamsva shoVuTc3., ask.the discomfitted 'brother to go The "Chnstian.Woman's Tothb"tbntrauc
has driven me to
-.. -40 to 126 V pressing.necessity for with him to lunch* Yon hearof his many kindly of 'which was recently discovered! TLefiU14!
36 to 125 armorer; and being.much pressed deed from those who know him best; ;of dressed stone nearly ones
SC to 120 'P.AINiJNu.V. boncyv.l _would gladly dispose ol. this gun to blossom his a magnificent gallery
-- : -, M so A .AA bare the crcntle charatics which along hundred.and ninetyyrds locg f ,aboct ie fl :
t other 20 to 60 V. your lordship, If your JordsJiip.will It of nic.1 V V only V private path ; of the many poor boys whom he high, an.d seven feet wide, Having ti anortpar
.. 2310 O 110CSE *lG3l i. STEAM CO IT PAIATEBS, the goodness to purchase ; 4 f* has lifted up from poverty and obscurity to give chambers at each e'rid. THemoand izaJenentiy'been
A&d much do wantf ft,
1 ? SOto 65 how you. pray and motive life. For $
Grazing Jkfarllinff them help a in manyyear previously entered, F.cithcr exjplontions'
Grafninyt Gilding this mode of
afS 15 to 1(0 asked the nobleman,sjtrpriscd.at
in the jn -V
hehss been a uat'QnVa ileadcr 'V
: 'VrATV power are to lid made r'A V
IS to 125
and VV V .
the ; V V proceeding by.a hiighwpynan. the House,marshalling io ibe1 tan tho hosU ..ojIjberty. m.p'V
dd forT OILS rirrrr,. VARNIShES, &c: '' Cartouche; ;
.% V n qLAss **Onfe thousand raiica, replied Nq juan is more pagerly listened. 'PIAXIST rx .M b .M, J&.lotter
T2 Jacksonville, Fla.i '* Tlie piece is worth doable thatfisO; can vrould be niiss- J.ctersbUTggtTO5 account of a duel foule ;
so positively
In the man.perhaps, ; (
WjaUdi from promptlfatten3e4 to its Imt I a'm: pressed .for JoeefH Brajja a pianist and i,
coaled; Any i tr All orders the country sec from mountings'; cd ifhe were to paa forever Cprn4he[ cocgresslo tween zvassunt
our office, or, V .SAo -foffyike VrthrEO.tUVd Pint ttretti. money* is I iiavc said, and you shall Have it at nal,hall. He fuw.stood-fceie so long his intellecj cavalry iccr. Tha latter declared at sVconrt;

called for DecH ,1Jr VV a.bargafoj" VV VV V is povycrfisl, his personality sojppsitive, concert that the pianist's attack upon his sonata;
; V V'> 1 have but-greliundred francs if tK .cfc;:" so his spirit misterff I, was so iierco that, had itbeen-vmade with a**brf;
his nttcrtnecs MI unique;
cento'each. V : l lhave
50 V woot
VVVW.VtrBBABVD nobleman V Instead of the the instrument
V said :; J. VV his will not s away with his presence, Angers, V
with and COMMISSION DEALER IN V .'*j Giremc three Uuadrcd,then audit -checkon nor memory bis nan?c uh htv px j neration, been-hacked to pieces. The pianist ,cha{*'

,o, your banker for thobalance, said car :lie.? ionc whose sayings will Jive Jong aftwhiou V longed the officer, accepting weapon chosen,t V

t ,, by jeturn pflV; ..8.UNP8VAim tonche.'V.. V V IIii. jeweHed will .be -set, tnminy I by the latter-the curven sabre althqwgli eatirely

V V V The nobleman, seeTug tb'st resistance might a speech, and glean iimany a Congress, ignorant of itaasc. He made, however
k..C0., cost him hUJife, opene"d )his writting-caso and "when the brain that gave them birth baa gom such,a terrific onslaagh't soon his adversary that;
Btiilddr's 'Hardwaris, jnadc out a check, which he..banded, with the back totfdnsU But the.old lion of the House v actually split his'skull in two. Vji.

BAT STREET..r .... CT CLOaYLLX'L4.V V (tbrce-lMindred franca to the !robber,who banded fighting his last att1es.. Qne who has tough A V LiTE-SAvtstt BATHCIO AFflATVLincbenziziecthamed V V 4

EN? 3jTCb'2d..4FV SI V him the 'gun, and bowing to iis iddl!
*?tisdiy; V turned fits horse's, held to go. At aimed this .it pionient at- thatLo u.st4 t.eonqncTcd by-Time; that cvei'*] London bathing apparatus,, which u also alifejpreserver. -

flutter., Lard the nobleman, cocking the gun back he lias found a conqueror. Tp Have; Iivc4- ii* It i B of simple construction, resero- -
K jrie,
: ; 'V S 1.!' T-- k *.- CKtonche's bead crying* Haa ill blow uyr ihe worUl,:to have been wit h i t, andof.it,, sfoig Ming achild's cradle the cppef artJ ftWR V
.V V V inon youinfernaI robber, of else I ,'to fove It ocTy tojeavd U, V V fV '
(Two toilJOT V AND E orit brains.Tbat.hiy .- V. V death machine vihicb itt
-' V i't"'-- '" your a heartbroken by iUownbnrdcns, come the *> $keVbat1ictt. .
>wtfhTran roil ; : V' V *** 1T&VWOU11JViOtV.. an easy thing Ibave ahealing and a.consolatiou; bat to a man whj afloat,with tae greatest' jsc; arid safety.; Th\ VV V
Paldtona.wjlh ; l iV' to do with an unloaded gnnj and-nlthoogb. has sought tq find the satisfaction of Hfo.inpalUc body consit cf a't'et: with jgt iron tabulats, ;
and mova f..I. -1i e se4: ; Terai f loaded'pistol lV a&pat me, daiiot sphcfcs,wfiose activities hare'. been. expendeclvOD pipes for support ; and the Tbottom-

; "BoUers' Ket- think tw6nt4CjpdiCiOU1fPeVtOlePithCII1t0'yOiiI the tssqcs of tjie age, while. the gnuw (neeo.Qf twilled tick, at tho foot1 of which Own
fl ;: Dwxb Oven : VV4 r4lV f4 ; : V V V : Tour prescni. temped. Square lout problems! his time remain nnsplvedtard| th i* >-cf-_ iwr rodder, which U.-,-npon%n

; Scrapers-&e Basins, VVVV epithet*? i am"pot a rpbber.'jon? ; ibis'occasion- at !victories o( the future jet nnconsunjated--! swivel, with a pajr .cork sples the shape of tha*

; :; JSanulactarcrt 5 tt V V V VJ .. .* .- least;bat Irave'tnade" areguUir cordraercial tranvaclieifJith to him-death is as unwetconiezLsit is,irremcdaa footAgainst tliisthe'jbathcr places! hisfet
; : ( ..:did itKtbcM'; wprds bia.elfrnV
joji. rpan has up tune and is tbns enabled 9ide or steer
arflcles esn-" 5 34TCdUOiZ1C31V.. andVVVaisappearedintO4Ii V. V V 'an* dido ; T hile>. M the ose-of a ? dIW V VV V
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I l ri iEit% CALIFORNIA. bctnrgof bread, or upon the use of'water as"beverage. a ENEALEY '0 10 .rSenat i*r'i of KanAS,Js.qulta'U In this city,threat' I fP -,

: 'ifJe iintt.f Vineyard! of &* Paeijie Coatt-Thtir C/Mrac- The
.L .''L- 'ter and .JUxtcntArtificial Irr 90-tton*-TJuiJ7ntgrOU11ng t wealth, Derived from tho manufacture of wine ,n'the 29th wit, they wffi W releiacd on bail The Fearn: be possible (for hto i.l to take his aeallu' the 8en-t sob M3ntgoteT'Ata.;
i :i-r 16 In of those countries I ; tbeBrsh will be tried It H&, Jfew Qrleans Lt lL.tl4kaoM1ss.
J eM of ;
1iflCkUT1Ue, July 5 1866.W. large quantities, any UD oDe U* ban.dI V!r tola i D. IjtUo \
: .1., u Capacity of California* where,th?conditions of soil and climate,(avor it,fr Is now eohfideatly,asserted by!hlgn official of the Government gala Th 'of General Blair' against the Judge of Elections \\3'[ ae' \ < tr,;
H, CHRISTr EDRO& UD. Paonutrot. SAW FRASCISCO,..JJ '27,1866.AVhcn :will nisb.any.one not familiar with the sub- before*gfjrfl'CouVts. The trial will not come 'for refusing.to receive his rote without ant takingthe J --'-: ,. --4"-'p-- I C,

-;----;! ". the adventurers .into the gold-fields of t r sec[ t.' irseeras I like exaggeration to say that the ,off until popuiareiciiement U aHayed.A .- oath prescribed was decided against General Blair inth Nrw l&\"JIfrJn: .26.11f f

lSii i TIlE PICNIC 1 1'JKSTln California first set greedy eyes upon them, they discovery and introduction of a single variety off r. : 'Buffalo dispatch from .Canada, dated the 29thsays General tern of the,Circuit'Court-yesterday. This I ratified the Constitutional .,

Jfbf celebrating the 4lb, a number onr Citizens, the ocean to the mountain*, and they very naturally .s =wine can be made, are of more importance' who- were taken here for triaLA Oath I thII State, ; .-i I .. ': i h f :iItMartnoInte1ij5. \\1

concluded that a soil.ulucli, in the winter:1' 16,a p 9pl -than 'paymsj off the 'national debt can for a National,Union Convention ot at least j -' ------- i i

*>got,op en impromptu "Picnic to Green Core season, was soaked with incessant rains, and in]I Vet when} :viewed' in all its bearings, this remark: two delegates from each Congressional district cf aH the: NEW Oztxiss, June 24. :;

'tfiprtngs,and,which,in the way of1casnreprov. summer, was parched with heat from June to I may be vindicated.against:the:charge of extravagance StatesViwo frO1fleathttTTItOT1, two from the District of ,, There was'a very Important intelligence_ ,from Mexico. I -

tca ,great: success. Through the kindness oT to November,'Was totally unfit fur all agricnltu. As then scarcely any limit to the Columbia and four delegates at large frem each State,to- this morning. On the 7th inst General Mejia started i ton o- JActsosniu.ARIUVEfc. .t

: eutenant Logan, the Steamer :St JIaryt was ra!purposes! ]Icnco,they contented themselves extension,of vineyards and consequently to the F be chosen by the electors of the several! State who *us-. train from Matamoras for Monterey of two hundred and L : :
y) with scanty supplies of bread and bacon production ,of wine, so there is nonp to its I : .
;4Vjmt at the disposal of all who ,'it.bcd.to aval ,brought Confined lea tain the Administration, na s been Issued.from,Washington A1't11t'agOni. heavily laden with'valuable merchandise. '
distribution. in
from the sale and
: Atlantic States from Chili 1 profitable Jane
or until A. W Randall President of the Executive 1 2Stfame Darling ,
:, by The value of tho train was. near two million dollar n. :noilune
themselves of this opportunity enjoying them- lime with full to. particular region, it commands the CornI John.Clark. .
0 pnc M pocKets of rock, they r use no J
Init tee of the National,Union Club The, I A guard of at least 1,600; Imperial under confr.. J 30. Steamer
j'; "1yCl.; should be able to quit such an inhospitable markets of the whole ciVIlized world. troops; Lizzi B&ker. tr f
r SU- to held Philadelphia on the 44th of August.Ten nand of Gee. Alters, went with it. to j.&Samnus&Co.! **tij
t crowded to left'f' region' and once more sit i down to enjoy thei Yoto'sVwzs LITK. A July 2.-Steamer Dictator.
The St.
Mary overflowing, How lhiOflAM
there not than 1000 Coxett
4fJ nndcr their ;: years ago were more or. On the 16th inst Gen. SCObed t at the hrti of four Dibble. .r1.--
tine and the
) Jor; the Springs at 12 o'clock firing a salute of gains own fig tree by Mrs. Waite, who has lived in'UtAb. has.written 4000 acres planted with the vine in the United States,, thousand Lthejalroosattac1ed the train between July:-Stn H:llen G*
fertile banks of the Connecticut or Madawaska.A of the tty. Inptl'
'f'I fc :thirty-fonr In commemoration of the day, a book in which she describes the life lad now there are sot less than 2,000,000 acres so plant rgo and Meir. 'r, p Sammis A Co. ,.%.- ,"
guns few
,'now and then, tried to experiment l yraising in that territory. The following is anextrnct : ', Jttly 2.-chr. Eagle .
Upon arrival at the Springs, ,the party repaired the commonest land of vegetables J from the chapter on'BriglmnA: wives : ed.' Fomerly American' wine would scarcely bring a dollar !- The fight ctfnanenCed at tax clocii !in the morning, TeaaJafe .t Reed. Hendricbo. J"\
''en where for a gallon, and now it sells at from two to six dollars, andgallon. resulted in a complete victory' to the Libtrak.' July %.-Brig Penninan S. S.
i 4\1\ jnaw to the Eaton House, prepared for their they possessed ample irrega- "The internal arrangement of affairs at theharcm to Savae.L1laile.uly D ebot '

) .;reception through the kind exertiqn of Col.iBxitiHOTOir. tion along the water-connes, and they were surprised is very wmilar to that of a young Indies+ per-A San from The Mexican Imperial troops threw away their anns.The J 2.-S hr", Leighton,J. t
; Francisco dispatch Portland Leii .
to their labors rewarded with I Oregon, Austfians but "
see n yiclJ boarding school. Each woman having her own I faught desperately, were overpower to TiTin. Alsop.I t
of the
I t I' Availing themselves opportunity of pumpkins and potatoes more than twice as her affairs are all centred there. The cnl- gives the official returns froniallbutthree counties clefed.. : '_ JolySl-Steamer Kate, Flynn. ,

: afforded_them in the way of bathing, great as they had ever raised r.t lu inc. Still! m room inary,department under the control of such of ting the Union.candidate for Governor by 20* ma) rity. The'ThpHaf Ios3 was t GOO 'killed' and'woondad, 800 Sa mniis.t'o.3-Stin Gen. I
July Sh
!!: Hbe party then had lunch, every conceivable del. such a provisional arrangrmint as this wr.s qnitc th wives as' Brujbam from ,time to time ,ap Tbe Unionists also elect a majority of the Legislature. prisoner*, fovfte'en pieces' of artillery and the entiretratd Clark pleyB< aRu.-W J I

\*i lcacy,having been famished in the richest abundance. tpo expensive[' and precarious to be' relied on as a points. She is the stewardess, and carries the -One third:of all the students ia the mining school cf of 230 wagons. 'The Liberal loss is"very slight Jttly 4.-Steamer Sy I vian Shore.'di.i I

: After enjoying themselves to their: certainty, and the great mass of the.people'had I keys. A cook,is employed-generally a man Fre'iboz Germany, Americans. (General Livers, Imperial, U severely wounded through F. Dibble. r.Z :
to look for their from the distant t "The Paris letters have CLEARED ;tJuly
supplies -and several servants besides, who are under started a newspaper to pUblish the shoulder, but escaped ,capture. v ""
It hearts content theparty started on their return'about sources I have mentioned. None of them,ever the control of the stewardess delinquent debtors. (Gen. Mejia still holds Uatamoras 2.:-Steamer Lizzie, Baker, Ri, "

; ? o'clock, the downward us well as the dreamed that these skies, shedding alternately When the meals are.prepared'and 'ready, the, ;A drunken alt'id Chicago, Hi, recently swallowed I ,but will l be foiced now to evacuate.with. a This handful oftroops S.July Sammis,,2.-A Steamer Co. ".Dictator, Cojstttr' r
"Upward enlivened music and six months in the year either continual heat or: ) and each. with her children arsenic enough to poison Dibble.; a-
I' ;i passage being by lid[ rng", woman, ,1 !o or three sober mer, went wil l give the Liberal possession of Northern Mexico. .
-'.. ". .dancing. rain and baffling all their notions of tho seasons if she have any, flies down to the dinner table,I to,bed, had a good night's rest;atd woke up all right in 4 in their courses;or that these black and sandy reported to between MaUmoras and the Sammis & Co. -
: tfTbe their appreciation of the and is'scafcd as before stated. the morning* Whilst eating breakfast,he was taken and stragglers of Alvcra's and will donbt July 4.Steamer Kate, "
party express where seemed to witlicr army, no Flynn, CSmis a
plains evcrythink green Each, on'rising., has her children to attend to,P den ly,ill, and died in less than two hours. Jk Co. *.
active exertion and'consideration'for their com- and die soon after It had made its appearance, and get ready for breakfast, this overhc'comracnces -- .The Constitution of the State of'North Carolina many prisoners. JullS
"ozt'andp1eunre on the part of P pt WARD possessed the vital l elements that J give growth the business of the Jay, rr hgesIlcr a propertyqualiaeatioa or requires These facts are perfectly reliable, having- been gathered Charleston. "- .- -

And his assistants. and expansion to the vegetable kingdom, ,in 1' rooms and sits'down to her sewing of other of five $7,600. and a residence (rom'officld letters received.'Jrom" Escopedo's head MEYOR.YDU1tJ

-...'-_ measure never witnessed on any.other part" of t. work, as the case' be. years A to. make a person eligible to the office of quarters,nd fully ctfrobi,ted by a gentleman from Mat.amoraa. New York, JUDe 27.-' Brig Martha,, GJC\

: '* -g3T A Picnic was given'on the,4th, by !Mrs. the g1obe, Still less.coald they believe, apply A sewing machine may is brougth info requisition Governor; proposition made in the convention for Jacksonville. ,

) 4 I':: :BROWN, (colored) of this city to tbe Frecdmcn's ing the' laws of their own 'experience to what and one of the number appointed toug&it.( recently! to modify this provision, but it was lost by a decided LATER. from Mavporl.l' ew Port. July, R.-SIoop I., for ApalachicolaTai Jfary t .

they saw around them. th\t a conutry offering I majority. One hundred Imperil cavalry have reached Matamorasand achoonerfrom
The and Yarmouth June 2, for
i J&idSocielyand, tho Union Club. roen- Most of the women ,spin make their every : Gab
such a picture of .desolation this and furnishing -The son of Henry G. Gunn of corroborate as.came in for harb
as Miss., ran etw) the above. They say Alvera is badly! during N. E. gala
: bers of these societies formed a procession at the day clothing, doing own'coloring. They Brig Carver,
; rf W the necessaries of life in snch weeks with his father's wounded master, from Samat
pitiful pro ego second wifeKothing baabeeD and reached the city some time on,the 18th.
:' :: .Engine House, whence they marched to the an quite proud of the quantity of cloth manufactured ism q &nt.ine.
everbo made fit habitation forman heard of
portions'could the since
., 1. a All young man : The following address from Maximilian to his foreign
in their establishment I
:- Head: Quarters where, after giving three cheers and consequently rested in the delusion < every'year : ,-It has .
,. work hard. and take but htte'out of door .transpired Dn Craven's account of lion. legion: .
to tbe President of the United States and three that, when the ,supply 4 the precious exercise. When attending the theatre,firizbam Jefferson DaisIn Fortress Monroe, was not-written by: Officer, Under-Officer and Soldiers of my. Atatro-Sel- NEW .ADvERTIs1wrEya;

'efteers; to Lieutenant Logan, the latter respond- metals should fail, C California Laving no other and one or two of the favorite wives sit together in i -the Doctor' all but. by that enterprising" Bohemian I ffian Volunteer Corp :'

resources to fall back,uponVould, be entirely CO l. Halpine, better known "Private Miles Ever mindful of your material welfare,and remember-
3ng in an appropriate manner, they proceeded des erted. the! "King's hox/ but the remainder of the women I as O'Reilly. NOTCIE.

*to:the Grove above the City ; there a most Gradually, however, the truth dawned ( and children sit in',what is called Hrigbara's -) De Lave the mo nte-e.rope, u preparing. to ing here your, for loyalty the purpose and self-denial of removing so often the shown difficulties to me that, I tJ i1IERBwi1beameetlngoftheAdvijay'

:' uponthe corral. !This lain the parquctte about the i astonish the people at Niagara Falls this summer, Ue I is have arisen hi Florida
: bountiful colation was spread for them. l minds of men that this sterility cen consequence of a financial crisis accepted ,Branch of the p.e& ':>
,, was only tre of the arc The .Prophet.'goes down once huiJg'a'figure of an eagle made to,fit his body,and propOSe in your, name the generous offer France to assist us and Trust Company, at the Rust ia J cknrday .c-
.*"' After several excellent pecches from members -, apparent, not real. At first, vegetables in l large or twice during the evening to the corral, and I I i to stretch a wire across Niagara Falls, upon which with its means. Ton will hereafter form a part of on 6 July, 1866, at 7o'clock p. m.
$ of the an invitation was extended quantities, then the cereal, and afterward and the same division, with comrades ia arms destined As business importance will come befe |
society, chats for a few moments with one and another, I he will walk, flapping hu wings, and bear suspended in to g
: a
fruits were raided and it discovered I to share with difficulties and ing, every member u earnestly! !
; you The
was soon dangers. requested
: Hime department tars
": tothe outsiders to assist in disposing of the on trying the experiment by attention bnt lit a short time be can be Fcen beside. his, car his wife and infant child. will hereafter care for your common welfare.- N. C. DSXXETT, 'ttctiai

':: delicacies'spread before them, and was met by to; the new laws of nature that proper had to be stl1iied L dear Amelia1 again. President Johnson has been made an LL. D. by the To you,there remains, however, a splendid organization;: July 5_ :It 36 ,
At the Mormon parties much University of North Car61ma.A and the heretofore appointed superiors whose
gayety prevails successful
K hearty response. After dinner, the pleasure here in respect to seed-time and harvest t, : leadership and
the'company was enlivened with music and that with only about, half the labor required in Appearances arc maintained, somewhat by payS man in New,Hampshire committed suicide six days as an example glorious battle bravery and Tict have;ry.so Your often served rights you and ,FOR ENTERPRISE F
: deference
ing more respectful to the first \ after he was married.
oth countries, double tLc could be raise:. interests,are, therefore,protected. Trust ;
until late the evening when the crops your Emperor
in ,
? .,dancing Thus from a state of almost absolute dcpcn'' or such occasions. Gentiles with whom the .- offer of X4.000, and expenses paiJ, has been thAn e same as be r.Dl always. count on your coc ,:J IT. S. 7IAIC. BOUT. ,.*:
members of the societies repaired to their respective saints 'are on terms well received and discipline.
good are
lence on other countries for both the luxuries : made to Artcmns Ward to lecture in England for sixmonths. MAXUUl.-"l. .
kindly entertainedattliese and all ,Mexico! Kay 19, 1866. .
places of meeting. and parties, join -
necessaries of
life, California became, in a in the'msclves the .... .. --',. l.
giving to influences ormirthand =
; *" The whole affair was conducted in a very few years, a producer fir in advance 9f her powers up Fi'tecn Fenians have been committed to'jail I in THE JOHNSON UNION CLUB. l : '1,
is .f''l
I. festivity. Dancing not only a favorite
"' uict and of consumption. ,Her granaries overflowed Sweetsburg Canada. .) .,
orderly manner. u, Tho .
amusement, it is more ; it is cultivated to such Knoxyille Commercial : .
'. her orchards were loaded with fruit that could -There has been two cases of cholera at Indianapolis says 1 .i.,

THE ERA'S LAST. find no market in her gardens were to be'seen, nr J extent that' it becomes a passion. Indiana both Fenians from Buffalo. "'Vecall on evrry sound Union roan-every .. '
righar 8 women, though better clothed than Constitutional
;'he effusions of the Editor of the Era, for nearly all the year round, the esculents:of almost, -On one little street in Galena! and within the loving man-to come up and -. " 1
still work hard. I '
: \ K! : clime and ; formerly, very They Are,infatuated space join the Johnson Union Club." -'
her of four .
fieVitb blocks '
some time past, have been to us, a source of such every a superabundance lap of was literally with their religion, and devoted 'to their six were at one time the business places i)f It is surprising i that Commercial goes l., .zt, "" .
agricultural citizens
at uSe ent. His last effort however"caps the kind that she in of productsof husband. If they cannot obtain hs| love they private now known as Lieutenant ,General so strongly for the "Johnson Union 'Club."_ '
every was danger being r. Grint General milE .
k Major John E. Smith FAVORITE Steam& D utr'
content themselves with his kindness and Major General J.A '
I limastt stifled! n ilh the burden. endeavor Rawlin,Major General A.'L. Rcport.says that,tbat paper is kept np chiefly _L Captain JACOB BROCK, ba *sbeen tie. ,
think Chetlain
','How anyone of any degree of pretension, And with other kinds: of culture, so, underlome ( themselves happy. As iil?ligio> :ii J. A. Brigadier General by substantial ,assistance ,from WashI gtor I. fitted is "placed! on her old route betweej J Jvflle
i is- their only solace they try to make it their Maltby, and Brigadier General Dixon. Wash- Several
l months
modification ago the President's friends and and Eotcrptve stopping at a.RleningJaekionn1Je mten&e&H
could be so stupid as the editor of the Era }has with that of the vine. Tim, burnc also Ikes .
it believed only object If it docs not elevate their minds _somewhere in thahic nIty. asRctrcseutativegGrjnnefl were writing letters from : every Saturds mpniag fit
: here shown himself is to us matter of wonder. was at an early day, could be carried Washingto Ti Palatka, Monday at 4 '. m
ft deadens their susceptibilities, and as they arc and Rousseau have returned to Knoxville, urging hata. Democratic morning ,

; : ,. And yet, it may be but a studied 'purpose to on Stale to advantage on account in of the the mild Southern climate part, provided of the L not( permitted to bo women, they try to convince Io Washington after a week'a absence in different d LIth istb started countcract..lhe-.Jn1laenco. paper of) 'prise\Vedaesday 6 o'clock"morning p. m., returning at 5 o.dJci.I. Kill ,ka.v tlllt-
"f J create a wrong impression upon the minds of the effects of the heat and the dry weat'icr' could, themselves that it is God's will they should bolaves. rectives.- The former complains continual soreness in the KnoxvilleVh.i ,. mo'rninjt*S To'clock> ffrrivt;<;aS'!' ,

2 ''- Jflis \ I be overcome. Accordingly find that Missionaries I bU right arm from the recent caning. The special committee The New York Post takes off that gross imposture T.'ml > ..* '"* JOiL'La. *. kmfluedswhatt

: who A music'teacher 'n dancing master, and a i to investigate the. circumstances of the assault and humbug, the National Johnson .: : Jri\1t :
of the
JI.Jp: our issue 21st, we had occasion to were the first to introduce the Ju j--tf S&s t.,
: ,
t, ly; it some length to an editorial in the Flori- .vine into this country from OIJ,Spain, making teacher education of the ordinary branches of an English I' will meet to morrow forenoon. I Clcb, very handsomely, by giving the following ,I .y. -,

use of various experiments and arc employed in the family school.AJo 1. -The PrcsUcnt has had long interviews with d V. i expose of the antecedents, of,its officers: 'P ,
; -expedients I to Sc3agdnl& I .
1. $1bL 'urt. ral'tPrist con, thc .L.-' __a._ -..--_. &...r"tnnu. __e ._. : .n.llic.h r.oLErcnclt.lliL..sLlLI n..LA\AJI i.-" mm----.1. rn.iu.fg._l\-.mum ...1Out .... "Amnngf tbo:d ou ;rv Committee Is Tho. < '-.sspugci". '.. ,-." ., =J ..C .
t ,.' 9,aitof f'the Era rrogtcs to imiwelt, our rein the selection' of sites. These had to'be i in math beU r a'4an ages than any -other,in'the. of reepect to the late Lewis CassJtfie' State and B. Florence, a person notorious during.the ".t- .i.r: ,.

i' j "w".:fifarks" ; and without a wortt of opposing argujnent places sheltered from the heat,'where the streams territory. Dancing: and] music are the leading' War Departments'were draped! .in mourning.Ninetyfour .. for his violent and indecent abuse of Mr. Lincoln war- .m..I- "- jtrriveIfeuv'_ >'

<*. or facts makes them,the basis of the mostaSlljr from the hill! sides could be, diverted upon the accomplishments subordinate( and everything elsj is made' thousand, acret of land in Scott, Morgan and of the,Union cause,in an obscure journal .J i.2If4kjlL1 i.-rk5. ;- .

tirade, the never failing resort of weak young ,'inesto prevent then?,perilling. But as '_to'these.- ..-. '. and Campbell t untie, Tennessee,, haveticen'sold to parties !, the Washington Constitution, which w Is' -..;lf l 1st :1iS403 J Jyo'

\ .. tnindi The most egregious lAunder he has such, choice localities were few in number, the From aLIUj. Picayune of June a \. in New York who.propose to settlelt with immigrants the organ at the capital of tbe Maryland,seccs- 'l( \le 1t. : 4:3 8' !
yet .
growth of the vineyards was necessarily con.ined AMERICAS. CAPTIVES IN MEXICO-HISTORY OF next fall.A sioni>ts. Alsa Jas. G. Jlerretl, who is best .IJHU. :38 : ;, r -

made, is his dnqculified abme of the sentiment within narrow limits. Yet such as it was, TilE CONFEDERATE COLONiST, couple of wealthy colored- as having been for a while an Inmate remembered ',.tkiim1ln.C-t3._ .y.I.. a ,. .: ., I
$ eiprcssed'in ILe indebted We learn from Capt Cole, of Tennessee, \WI o left men have paid e22,8()K) of .. -.' :".- 1'F.Tr.\I'T::
'. following extract :, we arc to these "early fathers" for I its Cordova the 1st of June, that) the recent captures of for a vacant lot between two of .the most elegant re I ,Fort Lnf'ctto. Among the Vise Presidents '',"l" r.. 2 ,
', "Time holds the scale of victory; and the people of origin) ;; and the kind of grape, that is, now *l o Confederate colonists! were made on the old haciendas of dences in the most fasliionable! quarter of Cincinnati slid are Saul:burry, of Delaware, whose political l 2OB1dwn.TnIti1t..! : "

.; ;, the South should remain true to themselves stay at extensively used throughout: the State in the i mialca and Tolique, about thirty miles from Cordova. intend to creeL thereon,an African' record is known ;i'Aa Packer, of Pennsylvania "2-S m1cl'c"' 7.5 6.v..f&1J" ,P'i'-
3 home,'fight what remains of thij contest at'the bel1otbut I manufacture of wine, derirc's its. name of the i They formerly belonged to the church, and under the recent who opposed the filling up of the-armies and lO.Oluite* ':4aj2i; .
:-'\correspondent of the
: ; ; co-operate as Conservatives of the North stand I IJ I "jj ission grape"from them. i law "nationalizing dead property," were confiscatedto ,Memphis Appeal hASisited the cnforc.mentoftbe, conscription laws II Ci'y '8.-2O t t .
sbouUer to 'shoulder unit-like unabashed and 1 1p Ib hun Harris at Carlotta ; Augustus '. ..
;J. brave For the State ; and such Maximilian found them and designated -' in Mexico. The Governor was Csesar -----..- --
t. ,rwtent! in the assertion of right-right not beeatut it 1 a long time, the system of artificial irrigation : I them as'landd whereon the Confederate exiles ,found there under a cluster of trees, in Dodge, of Iowa,,who wa, we be Rates of Fare of.the F. ('-, Lzu.
u riylt fatal a matter of expediency." thus introduced was thought indispensa- I might settle. ,, with General mango company> h lieve, during the war,threatened with arrest for :_" -

//The:above was quoted by us from the Florida 1 ble .everywhere, as it still is in and about Los Tbe captures .were.made on Tuesday morning the 5th! chairs made IJ Sterling Price. The company sat upon his., oIcnt! and seditious conduct, and was no- ,From Laio City to J
Angeles and the lower of the State of May, at daybreak. ,The following are the names of by the General's own hands. to TjOns. as .a bitter copperhead and' i. fieaond 3 retd MruID..1.- .. .. , ,-. '
Union as the expression of the true scntient ;and it was not nntil part general.y the captives: -It has been officially ascertained that four of,the Gcn._George }v. lorgan who after peace man ; If paidonflieari.-------- *'..'. . ., .
of the party the Em labors so hard to after the conquest of the Capt J.C. Scott, La.; A. J. Marshall, La.; K.W.Lester Fenian prisoners uniler examination in Canada' : quitting' To Olustee with a tfvket--------.... ". .
country by the Americans fh at the experimentwas La4 J. U. Scott, La> It J. II. Bogen, Hinds'connty, ten In the act of were to-, the.army: iu :disgust for some alight,becamc the"supporter i If pa1dontt *_'-..>. .*. . .4. ,.- ..- ,
'. bolster! : up. This intellectual Goliath (in, his tried of raisinz grapes without it Tim Miss.; R. Russell Mwa.; Judge ncv- of Texas; CosUr doubtless firing on British soldiers, and they will i of Yallandigham \James Outline, of 'To Sandersrfe ::cktt --"yS '

own 'opinion) cither could not or,would not sec was successfully done in all the northerly portions Sncad'ii son,in-Liw, Texas; J. ann \Vm. FosterTexa'f; :' suffer death Kentucky wbo was one of the Committee on !If paid on :ar C:4------------. ,*-*J
W.1I. Dyer,Texas Wm. Elmer Va. 'f -It is rumored that Harlan .ToJJJdarin'wuh ..ccL.: . .. .. .
of the State and about Sonora ; ; leave the Secretary Resolutions in the Chicago. Convention -f.'
the:use we made of it. He most unblushinglygives particularly ilLseouri B. :If th' "a- . .
nephews of Gen. Price It II. : of ship of the Interior pid'cii .
; AnJersin
to be succeeded Lawrence .act
where owing to certain' of soiland by 0. H.Browning. ,of RhodeIslanll J.E. McDonald! .. .
its our expression, and this, when he adaptations .; J. II, Wright of Ga;A.D. Hamilton Tenn.; C t.Ma. -Five etCetera ; of }'mm Ot! ) L
climate, great attention has been paid toapeculturc Bland, Mo.; Mr. Gibbs, of Texas. cases are reported.: Elizabeth New; Indiana who f*. a defeated.copperhead politician L- if roa; r .

Jbetrsoch was not the case, having, as he did, gr and it has reached a perfectionalinobt The three list named were released at once, on account Jersey. during the;war;' ann. at Jeast seven other 1o Bsldin-"i': .

) ouVex'press d 'cr&ration'before him, that it was unprecedented.-: the beginning, it of their families with thtm on the haciendas.- -The entry of the Prussians into Saxony is fully con persons who spoke or-wrote and voted j in. favor Ia'. Jj '.. .Ii'". .
confined to'such varieties They were compelled to Ieav6 and give parole not to firmed. Prussia having of McClellan and Pendleton Fr iuckn ersoa taBaidvnn with atiekc" .
was previously declared
quotation ,and was so indexed by us. as were suited I furthe war the armistice and sal
army -
return so long as a military post was established there' of the r)8id on the ca rs. ;.p ". . .1lr
,Pnrik as this and his other efforts have been I, table, and wine was not thought of 'exce pt They were, however, allowed mules to carry off their Austrians is I hourly expected. The Paris, Press missionr at the Presidential election, and To JacksontlKe wtba'tt. . .. .

think editor's in such limited quantities as sufficed for hon lie household effects. publishes a report.that the first engagement.took place: .wliose'political influence thus helped protract t If paid on the cars. .-v ... .. . . .,
; we.., cannot yet the perceptive consumption. The idea of making it on a l large Both plantations,have six hundred coffee trees to near Leizic on the 16th ult, but the .rumor, id the,war by giving encouragement ,and fresh From Baldwin to Jitck mville with ticket.. + ,3 S
faculties so very. obtuse, and can' only' regard 1 scale', for foreign markets, was rescrveu for a acre, and each tree will yield two or three pound otci herf. firmed. uncon ,hopes to the rebels. U paid on the:ears, .. ;!. .. .. . '. ..p

tbiip: rvertion of the truth, but an exemplification" L- later period, whenit was discovered on trial thntIlot fee. Th131ear's are also abundant crop la excellent.on the two Rosewood plantations.and mahogany -A special Montreal despatch of the 23d, to'the Herald "To make this huge joke perfect, ifnccds r The Pk nger Train wM cron 'c at Lalu Gthe j/t_it

I ;.: /Tiis candor. S only the valley, but the hills all around in Gen. Yorke has a valuable cotton and sugar plantation says the Fenian_prisoners were committed to the jail j only that, the World, which called Mr. Johnsona B ttXOSd P..i G. Railroad and at B44wia with the.

I 't ;:"As for the mlgar lang that is used, if it iskjgpalitable this favored locality, were capable of producing l lower down the' valley, and ,will'raise a large crop thisjear. at Sweetsburg. ,The time and placej>their final trial! drunken sot, a vulgar tailor; and likened him The,Oft Monditya Wedneadays and Friu&rs.f i
It same rates niH and
article ,was contemplated ,this to t charged cqflertelatrajn.
an unsurpassed in all the higher qualitiesof year put a steamer will be announced in o. Caligula'shorse, ,should be appointed the
a few days 'Colonel
to readers continue to on the Rio Blanco under,command of Cratley, of St up -
,. d' your ;indulge at this' world-renowned Capt. Scott formerly official of this
bevcraj After .this Louis late organ "JTational-Copperhcad-
,, cofnmander of IohnsoaClub.
liwitl of tbe B. L/Hodge in the Bed River ti ado. a Fenian retpment on the frontier '
I but until have learned '
1 yon to use decent people began.to enlarge their views as well as Gen. Ilindman, of Arkansas Judge Randolph of Texas, was arrested at Cornwall. He'was in the full unl.lorm J FREIGHT, SCHEDULE, of F. C. R R, J-a'J, ,
> Jatiguage and to express the like candor with heir vineyards; many men from the Old World, and Capt''Scott were about. puttiDg'.up a'saw mill neir of a United St tes'army officer. How: many Tennessee Unionists will feel likegoi -'

yourselves, we hare no more to say. particularly from the Rhine, skilled the art ., the ruins of Omialc Cedar, mahogany, and rosewood '-The noble deeds 'of the ladies of .into association. with such; l leaders!- ilUeSj i' Stations ,Arrive Leavel( ,Beowii,: i
$ ;>; .... -, of wino-making, flocked hither, and either- are found in abundance till you go higher up. Baltimore'are f lhujlu Prelf and, Times. ;
bringing forth (
: On the 20tl of May! Capt. Cole of Tennessee,visitedthe good fruit already.. The Savannah LakeCity |
Daily .
k 4r.The Postoffice has issued bought the uld .
Jepartment np vineyards or set onnew, ones .. 11 .
kt Liber..I'unp under a flag of truce Jo inquire oft the Adverti.IICr, after referring t the relief Olostee 6 85.
afforded suffer
j anorder against)letting boxes to policy dealers I until hundreds of acres covered with vines the 'Sanderson: Pass' I
were prisoners.; lie was received kindly and courteiusly, bd l log people of t"I.o* Coyirrrzo.-Tbe 7 7:15 Passenge.*
4 ticket' book- of them told that it was Georgia by their timely donations,'says: following were 20 Baldwin 9:15 JhSOTR1IS
bogus'lottery swindlers ooscenp : some new varieties but the, greater art] a military district,'and that the Americans : "These the nominations and the .
\a llr%ju>4 o1bu-public swindlers,co far,as can, of the1'"Mission grapfe," which experience had could not' retain the land, They said that Maxi; acts cf genuine kindness ,will be remembered at the Ohio Union mane resolutions adopted Kit Jacksonville[ ,11:30TF

.be'ascertained,after the'expiration of the present proved to be' so, well adapted to making the milian bad no' right to give away the land; that it belonged 1 not only.by the,redpicnU of< this' timely l bounty. ,'but by I Columbus State Convention held
( l to tbe laterals and all the oti the 20th instant
Lest ; they were wijling tojdistribute : people of Georgia r Jacksonville" 4 air.. .
i ,goirter." ; __ __ tjUf1ity.of'ine.' ,it "among sympathizing .Americans 'T'JJ; were: -A school 1 for colored For ,Secretary: of State-William Henry 20 Baldwin, 'f:80 3.3' r.'P mlger
.It" ( '' "- i --* ** As-St requires four r five years fora.vineyardto well mounted, and soon after went into lhe ulterior, people has been established at Smith Hamilton 20 U1
: TKTOZTATPOLTICAL Mo VIM EST.-A be'in l leaving a Email at Omialca. College HiD; Miss, by the county.. / 7:45 7:58 1
i;! -1 OUm I. n'gdod bearing state, and ni -doubt garrison The prisoners were citizens who are said to take 'Jnd of.the 10 Olustee 8:63 93.
: ', bcr"ofrFenian leaders have visited Washingtonduring doublfe that time' to produce the best article of to be taken to a strong place in the interior, and when> great interest in its success. f But tier Superme Court-Josiah Scott, II l.akeCity' 10 it '

J t :: the' past two weeks and hare freely announced I. wine; it is only quite lately, within the I last twoor already Capt. Cole thirty arrived leagues to away.inquire, The about officer them in, they command were; -Gen. JB. Hood is said to be at the head of a' stock o, Board*,,of Public' W oks-J M.Barrel.Ige The Freight Train will in all cases takd'the sldeiV II

J t \ I their purpose never again to co-operate three ycar.,-tbat Sonora has been able to old Capt Cole that he thought the old men"would be company, forming a capital, of$2 O,oo, for draining and L. J Baldwin and Sanderson. at all.other places tbs pur. ?.

t' j t with the Democratic party. They excuse their turn but anything tbat full meets the pnblic. released, but that the.young men would be' put in I;he sweeping the streets of the city of New Orleans by .' 'Resolutions THE were RESOLUTIONS. 1 train win take w.le81\4e.fr. ': ,'.
i selvesTor machincry. adopteddeclaring that the ,. W, DlU.IVY, Supenrat
having voted with this organization wants-a nell, generous and highly flavored Liberal army. "*

: J 1 dnrfng'the war, by alleging that St was impossible" wine, a wine,fully np to the standard,of tho best- miles.carlotta.from the where'old Gen.hacienda Price of is Omialca settled, is and distant fear twenty Silver hiH been discovered on a farm, near 'Green: -' Union cral Government party of Ohio against, having the sustained united efforts the Gen ofn July-5', ''tf.'- SS'Fashionable-. .-.I
to rallv their people taor of no was 01
in emancipation'tfnd European brands., And'thatbe' In, no d&ul bt, there entertained of a similar raiding party. Gov.Harris fiUeAgusta county Va, and old miners 'pronouncedthe the rebelsof the South and the partisans of'the

arming the negroes; b'utnow that the jit last accomplished, in the estimation of the of Tennessee, and family, Gen. Price, of Missouriand developments very rich. North, now demand to be established Millinery i iny'
bole"world seems on the eve of a great npris- best, judges. family, Col, Brown. of or -' peace
Kentucky Capt. Price, -A m ari1nCalirorn! has made' hatch snch a stablo.foundatIon that rebellion' : J
preparations to and
itgf:the spirit of 'conversion is powerfully at That such a result a& this' odght to be regarded Missouri, Capt. Cage, Cot Moore of Missouri, ia all sixteen secession \ '
thousand ,
; tfprk among the Irish masses, and nothing stirs as A'sonrce'of national pride and tjratitude about twenty-are at Carlotta. It is now only mangogrove chickens by steam during, the coming! will never againcndangerrour national MISS MARY LINAHANHAVING :/ 1,
and'Gens. aea existence.Resolved.
thW'io touch. as the remembrance of the mistAk'ettfley no one can deny. And in v2cw'of I the house Price and Harris are building the ti stand received the new and fast ioubiiDLJ!
only to be Been there. -A from That tbisconynti&n
made In the past by helping the pro- immense i benefits that the'people of country John Perkins of Louisiana land 'petition 21,000 educated Bengaleee, prayingor fully endorsesthe :.and others, forBl*;chjnj *.
commissioner for
any at C the suppression l of polygamy in Bengal has been amendracnls'to the Cbntsitntion proposed i ing. ,, she is of work a. .
slavery politicians to power. All through the derive from it, this branch, of their industryought dova, was relieved of his office May 1, and If now plantIng presentcd now prepared to do all kind .
west the\Irish leaders are open i in denouncing to receive, one would think if not 'I the on the river Zapota. .Gen. Shelby haq a plantation' to the Lieut Governor the Presidency. by Congress tb'' Legislatures of the States, ]Ine-onreri from the country or,city jriHattention. re'!

; tL'bC! perheada and equally open in declaring direct and the' near Cordova, lives in the city,and has the contract for -A Botany Bay convict,who has just died at Sydney, as a liberal', wise, and patriotic adjustment.and i : Call and see for youwelvea.ate. Pr'.P', .
support encouragement Gpvernment the Comer of Washingt: and.F 'i1\f1e (:
all the iron Union
( their determination transporting and railroad material between accumulated property of party of Ohu pledge forlt'theirVni
to .bow their $8,000,000
sincerity at at least an exemption from its bur us.- J'-.aodel Macho and tho' ., Jane 14-3m 83 i
city'of Mexico. t od.and '
j ,. .
t coming elections. Certaiq it .is that orThe yellow fever U raging 'fearfully at Vera Crux fcearty silppori, :
the Instead of this '
however, we see in our own try,of Missouri, b': associated with Shelby, and is running ,-RttoloedThat '
radical.' .JWpnbJi o. are ready to unite with the country the heavy hand of legislation laid > a line of stages.from Paso del Macho to Orizaba. Letterl from.Italy mention that the flags of they ol- of the nation owes the heroic men Fresh :Family' Groceries;
iij POrtAI
nab}in any future practical organizations against It if It'aimed at its suppression while in The former place! 1 I. the present terminus of the Vera unteerV. bear, ,. on' the one. side the,Roman. slie-wolfind on onranny'andjiavy,rrdedt.o1I sting gratitudeni
tbeiis.BriUih oppressors. That portion of the its infancy. Instead of yet Cruz Railroad. G D"W'i, H. Stevens, chief engineer on the other'the' Don 1 or& Mark .' *:".:'. '.?' f tneirpatriotic .services ,in defence oft]be TEWgOSDIDf'B 'fT ;Breal&rf 1lac0 ,
fostering an interest Gen. R. E. Lee's JLl -
staft Constitution
soperiutendeni of ChoicelGreenTeaChoicKBlaca ,
the railroad
T/won-wbicb: borders upon Canada is controlled which the wholccivilized world are now coming now running CortytOyen'JDile.. from tbe'sea coast.ris Kor. -A cherry, lle, upon which b engraved a charge. r of and the.Union, and:ire urge upon ; Tea.

Ijf! 2lef>jibtcnsofthii' stripe, and yon need not> to regard as one of the principal agents i itchecking formerly of tie New Orleans rfnd Jackson,Railroad, cavalry brought $200 at auction Paris recently.The Congress! the duty of equalizing bounties, t*"while, Jellies. in cans,

be surprised:if future elections disclose a hearty : the spread of intemperance and in i is superintendent of railroad contracts between. Vera action of the American Government towards we .cherish wIth..enderaffeet1on. the memory ofnd ., Oysters,'Sardines,
between them Crux and of Mexico. fallen braves we their widows \ Macaroni, .
; co-operatjon and the Irish population. advancing the health, morals and social the'clty tbe Fenians glass general satisfaction. The LondonTimes pledgeto Lobsters .
',The Utter now see and confess how wrong of the race, our l legislators' in Congress progress ire. Garibaldi the idol of Italy, has stipulated' that l in; eulogizes\ the': ''Washington Government, i Orphans the 'nation's care and protection.ind Vermacefla-Currntc'RaIeaz'j, !

tbeyre! i.not following the-coUDlel. ,of their thrown around it an unnecessary"restraint by approaching far he is to receive,his orders dfrectly tr thom' says it would tie Impossible'lo ex"aggerate the good faith ,' ,'- .... ., .' ;: edJ.P .;,
emureni Dd. And countrymen, Mcagher Bra4yCorcor the King. He utterly ignores,' the Cabinet,'and will have GALYXSTOV J ; ', rt -
Jane 26. TheUnioo '
the manufacturer vote :
taxing to such an extent as to nothing to do witLJthe red tape. CkriboldPs volunteer and (friendliness the sincerity and the regard for mutual! w un.expCCtedlylage :

.n and'sbopPurcell, when.these in- seriously embarrass and imperil his business anc corps is tobe, only paid and equipped by the Italian Goy ,obligations whICb'epr mpted these'energetic and decisive ,'and- will probably 'reachoitwa I& oratWARROK'Siamff7Gcf, .:

; sutedvib&t "a1.theirfot to go with the party In the same proportion increase the cost to the I ernment, and will be exempt from the control of the war measure. ., The'Amendment Coimew- tiver T vdted solidly(j r t ho : ,fI', .. .to'.

against slavery,and not with the falselyEtvlcdDeroocrAcy. -' consumer. This is1 a'curious,evil, one which I i iI ,, department No'subject has ever before been' author to the |(|State!)Constitution;'' 'The
Whatever the radicals Congress U I to bo hoped, 'Will be speedily ized to raise an army on' such independent 'terms, but Texas election -ftfams anows a large, majority j in Unionists.toted against it.. ., : J. Wjroaa Piilli_ "

and eUwbere may have, thought of FenienismpexM expunging the odious Aet from thestatnte-book.suppressed by! Garibaldi the will'not t unbounded abuse tIM confidence and the.fact Inspires -. favor of Th CIuOTt64-for'GovernorThe: ::Union' Con ,' .. E.A U R:n J t J! ; qTCJ,

,' &&.may,thick of the Government i IiS uch an Interference'with tho production ohMs ding a guarantee mof tint Italian popular honor will enthusiasm not be comprom; as .J!br.. .I i ervatlvetlcket-The.Russian elected General by an immense majority: i f3T.
; recent proclamation they are now clearly. en staple article in any of the great win .grow ingno ised by any French intrigue as was the case juG HonravieJT bat,been !Mw na-' issued i a call to the Legislature lhaV; "iit& -
teiL .
; .nznw'.with,the Irish leaders, and ready to ;*I districts of,Europe wonld, work wide-sprcn} taldi's movement against Rome, At taR accounts bU : i, a-! 4 ? T :t ; -
ilti '
'ir" eiit'lbenJ io any tbcir-fstare honest,designs, calamity wirewi&e duty pnt upon the mai volunteer Italy were corps flocking numbered to his sixty standard tnonsand,'and the Sowercf -Gen..n138. ,I .a candidate for United SUtes J oJ' (onvene_ :July.. 4th,to:act upon the dmtatlonal! ,JA'CKSONTlLLE. J.1uue .

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post Office Hotice g' S T'. .. ".1.k -.5N-r-; .' ,'., S CAPTAIN OVER SEVEN HUNDRED LOSSES pire ou the other part.being equally aaiaaated by&*

OFFICE nouns.r OhillSji .,: ,. ..: -WILL LEAVE boned tt'ween'hIny and forty thousand po&aes.-- desire of extending the ewmmere.at rcUtioas betwtvll
.8.1.11. to 1 P.1L Congestive r O.OQQ Las been paid i losses in their tespeetif*countries hare ajrre* .for t&ia pur
..................... every sums oft to
....,..........9 to 10 .1.11. GENERAL J1ERMDIZB! : CL'';S and Savannah ,(:).Examination. Beet and cheapest Insurance ExtoL :0- pj and*.bare eoselods named*as treaty their of nspictire commerce PteaipoUmtaries aad aavifatioSv
rerpjJred. written
Jails e10ae and arittt' u foflews: :, the without that U to say s Tae President of tit* United Btatee ofAmerica. S
KORrn.rr tayt by OoIDpcrAgent& A liberal ducuunt on Edward MInister Resident >
and WedneSday Afernoons.CiIlH Win leave \and five year policies.JAMES Sabtim Port Joy and Morris bit thS aU
Imperial Majesty
fe MluJay P. 11- ANTI.PHVER o'clock, a.m.; and G. .:. President.RooxxT ; .
and Thurdays at 9 i ; lUa of u..Ottoman Empir.bU bltaata U bav*
Yon .' No. 2 lloco's BLOCJC BAT-s .
VEST. ing,at 9 a.m. DKXSIS Seewtarv. ell Zmia Aali Pacha MJaiaur of ForeifB Afialra*

e..ening(Sanday excepted4C2se ,. For Freight or : WILLIAM ROOT, Agent d.eor t.t with the ImiwrUl OrderS the OtlunaaiBia \

Am" e"trY. M {& rvejCept.)at 8P. M.Lli.FbEr.DPr.M.. saJ Couu or ADIIU ASD TISK SIEEKT. S FLOlitDA. BrilUaaUvth* MajidUh.and Order of Mnitof th'
: NDI April 19-tf 25FOR fint cr..and the grand crosses several romp of*
Agents at Savannah den t who after tavinz commanclJ! to each other
S F. S S their respective full powen. found ia good and da*

.tT.Y JL B. KED, of Lake City,*authorized to Ja -, .
for the Ttrwa.H ACUE onVine. "S- Ynlnufele- Town -.Lou iniiATTB 5AtCL. I. .
and receipt for money iSS. S 5- S.
,erfre \
: < :
Ca breceite I ." crfr. All rights privileges,,aa&iaunaaiUcs which haft
Savannah. .
SICHOIAS J DiJUUBi I I1dborUed -*> > been
IT: % the citizens vessels of tb .1iAiWStates
0 and receipt for money fer the ; KEF CONSTANTLY' S oa hand a full assortment rPIIE AVING formed a business connection m Jcksont' America''by th*treaty already *xistias b**

'. .: ,.; JL her Company, riDe the undersigned offers for sale hit tmprove- tween th* United States of America and ta*Ottoman

j M<- S' .. .. .. = Diarrhea, .t," .' .. } .'." mount of their and farm in the western part of Lake City con Empire are eoa5rne, now ant forever. vita ta.
NOTICE.- ".' ': .. .. 1 : .Treasurer Eigb: \Acre Lou-rich Hammock land-four acre: eepttoa of those clauses of the sciM'tresiy which itia
; : n DRY GOODS "J', .< .,Loj. Florida Freedmen's cleared nnde and In the abject of the pnaeat treaty to modify ud it is
which fencing a high
; .... are
Xo-22 F. .tiM., i Dysentery ...." .. '
MEETING of Solomon Lodge s S Sa : ; "H : tice is given pursuant of : '.. a The improvements are all new and mono,!expressly atipuLat.dhst'slI TIhta, privtleges --.
L'm ; ,. .
ft'ning'h11 CLOT ,
A. n be held at their rooms this Thursday 1 -: f i tees of the Company. ; or infrauniticwhich': the Sablim Port nowgrtnts
of vith five comfortable one
t.J Dwelling rooms.
aince .BOOTS and SHOES '.' :* : or icsy'hereafter to,or suffer tobceajoy**
For the
h 186 at7f'clock. Periodical Headache double bed room,servant house,strong tftuft smoke
HATS and
CAPS ed & 'at.
tOte tract from the Laws ,tbe.cbJedI: ships, commerce or navigation
me brought up, nben are eILJ11etit1I ffiueste c I. S ," CROCKERY, '." is La and store room two story Barn .ith stable room I aft r other foreign Power shall b**qaal'T granted to-
in attendance. Dumb 5 .* i :-r "I -"HARDWARE, incorporated, .p four horses or cowa. '' Convenient. the kitchen L.a and exercised and enjoyed by the citizens vessels.
punctual Ague. -lt shill be lawrul
imbcra fraternally invited to atS6. S :> -"*' > STATIONERY, of'pefe wilt at\ ron the prIea a Dner Ailing e commerce and navigation ef the United States of
of the fraternity are from the. : '.rich and meflow and well .
4.aDI1GUOCEIUE.". ,1'ble adipt- America. -. '.." '
t .1111U a" '! p : . bj.them :'. ;t. cu1tITCion and growth, 'ct4 Linda gaNeD .5. aan.L.z a. -; ..:
..... 4 -tion. they shall S
-- -- \ S. S
---( S I Tie eltuens ef the United States America their
t- \V care iu 1"tU1pt or the first ertf -. .- the Mud shares of This farm extends along centre street to the western agents shall be permitted to parehaa at alt place

: Southed Medical and Surgical Journal Wliidiioeredforte at reduced prices.Cn ,',".>" r payments made of the city thereby possessing the advantage ia th*Ottoman Empire smuts possessions(whether
the PILLS'a' S .: ; .:. -" made within sixty an excellent out Ut for stock to the best range in the forth, purposes of internal trad or of exportation,)
Edited by Joseph Jones, M. D. and published S j t ment shall* have" The foui unimproved .acre lyts are wen all! articles without any exception _whatsoever ),
aforesaid. The oak and The lowtion is healthy produce or manufacture of the said Empire andpew''
Ga. and;examine for yourselves; ed with hickory.
p ty E. a rugbe, Augusta : where the sessions and the Sublime Porte havinz. ia virtwof
J .:J', .. pleasant and is about half mile! the Court Douse ;
II advertising cul- ', -. : .; : i'hafloraretobe For farming or gadenF g purposes this place the second article of the convention of commerce ofth
reference to our For Sale by all Druggists. < MaySI-tf -- 31NEW : ASOC ICth 33S with Great Britain
u By lating to as'-iSarjt advantages,besides, (ro ti'g on one or Angnst, > formally-
that tbe St>mer IfcirtyKC.pt January 8th 1853. be made valuable residences. engaged to abolish all monopolies of agricultural TOO*
be : ttftetg
will) seen principal con
UJDDB it VJ M. SPOONER. & Co. STORE., ;. 5 due .or of every other article whatsoever a*well a*
be Bad jn the :of this
tin .5 A
JACOB Dn.ofJL, ".\ PACE' S. in3 KCOinffi X1 tin .
S reoeor Apply
t.udEtitcr1ite.. : rtpjftog at nil iijjerpediCap't. .Nashville, Tcnn. Wholesale BAYA and&'Retail Dealers .5 j line -:". ; Terms- ".,W;,.1QC ,.1e City JTa, al from ODe.the place.purchase to another of any when article purchased for ita rem any T-'

Brock has been long S A. JT. B.-Two--ood cOw nd calves,'JtZ head.of hogs attempt to compel the citizens of th*United Stiles.f.
S ite 4ndicg&' IX C. 300 heatf chickens and duct : khd'iO cords of America to receive sock ?*permiU" frdm th.local

faroraUv known: to the people of Florida and GROCERIES, PROVISIONS? and hickory fire wood may be purchased with the governors shall be considered as an Infraction of this1

share of patronage. 8'OONEa'SImmunity ,DAY, GRAIN, S L treaty,and-the SnbljnM Porta shall imnydiatelyl
.UJ rfceive s._____r_____.S-._- 4-. : TOBACCO, LIQUORS,. May31-2tn .m panub/withsayerityany 'Tiziers or others'ol&cers/
who shall Late"been'guilty of such mjscoadoct.an4
attention I .e., .. .
MTiw a* or SCHEDCIJL -The .shall reader filljustic* "to jpltizen*''of ti". United
inform their friends and the Gener C. L.. ROBINSON
directed the the Fevers WOULD I. States of..America.Ibr. aS ioieeorinuriesvhfehthey-
TaUic is to Change against ( ,
.50 f the Irtveitng they hare leased the Corner Store of Led' I may duly prore t&smseites to have sn&ered thereby

or F. :;. .Hue ESL Central Rail Road as and Chills of Spring and Fall, worth's Block/neit the Market (east) And are now offering S [ :\ ::5- '\.&RT1LzIIr.S
Prorisions .
a varied supply of Groceries, Days, I '
1'. j :r.jvpHtseuienL the Dysenteries and Diarrheas Grain, &&, &c.,which they purpose selling at S 5-S,. S I If any-artloJes cf Ottoman produce manofaetsreb
purchased by citizens 01 tbe United States of '

'"+ V) e are- rn ler renewed obligations to of. Summer, and the various WHOLESALE and RETAIL H 6 Ii g e hoid America,ot their agents, for the purpose of selling
and at prices which they hope will be satisfactory, thus S. the same for internal ,ec ,ain *l D'. io.Tsrkejr.hi
? ..V M".H05tr r>f the steamer jj'aie, through Bilious complaints attendant they respectfully 1icit a share of public patronage. [said and sale of such andia' of trade
S I | articles manaer
J bigttg .Jenta Messrs Sammis
I cnmsUnces by the most: iarorea elus of Ott
tou an&LaVaUU&h S m&l.\
et"4 .... 'fV the South needs and must have R. T. MASTER, S CORNER OF i subjects or o(foreigners tie iuteraoi trade of UM

!! ._ to'f circd the July) number of before that favored region will m X.UIrF CTtan OF IS S .- L NTiicI l sumiss Ottoman Empire.. sA5tIC.Z IT.. .. ,.' 5.

"I' lie cf Foreign Literature, attain the full meed of jts great- PLAIN TIN WARE FIXE No other or'higher duties charges'' siaTjM.posed .p55- irdl

_. ._ ..... &ekmaQ tN.Y. _, JL5D UU& I .. S 55 ,./. S. \. VILLE .- '- FLORIDA. in the dominions and possession*it'eitier of
.. ..S- Iess. Emigration thither has Stoves Sheet Iron Copper &. FA T .the contracting parties on the uponaUcm..t at.ticI3tG .
sold week S the dominions and possessions*f th.other
Butler's fa.onsObsentory'as been ,and is retard d fpr the ALBO S .April 19-!. 25 .. J' 'than such as are or may be payable on the exportation
b&rr last fur $8. It ontianed about forty .- ; ,' t... : S .
: of the like article to other
P jaJeoontry
.Just recetred a lot of any j
nrp .
r *ucf wood. lack, of. It; and for' .the' same. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.HAYING PATENT STUDS THE AHEBICAH nor shall any prohibition be iinpoed An th*export-*
tion of
article from
any the domintons and poueuiqofeitherofth.two
5. --- NOTICES. reason, cotton raising has been an experience of fifteen years wLkh should SOLID S SILVER rt LAND. AGENCY. contracting Powers to the doming

SPECIAL restricted t and interfeed with soffident guarantee that any work entrusted inns and possessions of either of thS two contracting..
to him,'* be faithfully executed S JOHN A. ANDREW, of 3fass., President Powers to dominions andpossessicnjclQie'b'lSJerTwhich

$. : 500 Per Year We Vnt agents Orders from ItTe cOu try or city promptly attended to. mTI. GOLD.. L OFFICE 57 BROADWAY NEW YORK shall not equally extend to.the expirtation' of,
the like article
eferywhere to sell our ixraoviD J20 Sewing WASTED. Two apprentice boy!, good.wages. LeTer. 17 ILL.bay sell, lease rent or exchange City or toanyothereouatry.S *
feed.tc No charge duty whatsoever b* demanded
Vinds. Under ajjd upper A&uKI
-. Th.T" new J.ne21-ly. SI r
1'1 3. Warranted five ytars. Above siilary! or Am.FRVKK & & S I .Also Agents. for' Country property, negotiate Loans, or transact on any article of. Ottoman produce or manafaetBrer
business connected with the interest of the South purchased by eitiiejxa of the United StatasofAmsriea.'
r"J.. 5's' ffllL The OXLT machines sold in the RAISING FLOUR new article..:Gire its i eommi&ion. either
SELF : West on or their-agenU. at the place where such article:
S u' ,',t lea*than |40, mhich trefoil y Htened I For sale at wbidi are tuedin all I Those offering property by mail wilt please gire fal is purchased or in its transit from that place to th-

::t7 lr.d'; k UiZOft, k0fltT tt Baker, Si2er In view of these facts Dr. June 21- tf 21 WARROCK'Sv sale by the gross or .-, with terns; those do apply for LcanA will place whence it u exported,at Whichil*m'-1lJ rtb-j

A ">, BffMifrAll other cheap machines are i.-1 offers I io the Becorityavil their references AVeAur l6 Ject to an export duty.&ct e1'ceGrUZ .igkf.$teenl}
mpmnt'and the efirror **er are/i Ws M arr,U and Spooner to the people FOR sALE: Fin watches and j t& case eftacceH? 'lnqnlrtes protupily'aaSarered ca tcolAte
. 'I'/.Ufo 24. lllu.tTtied eif'Cl11us! aOntfiP.. Addrei .REPAIRED i 31'5' *"' payable on export*t ion< and all articles which shall
of the
". tE: 'a SLiW i: dark,atBiddeford,:.it1tn.eOrCLiS. ,and to Emigrants HEAt ATTLE. THUEBEB: SOTJLE &* CO. Agents once have paid this duty not again bis,liableto
: who has 15
Tears the
..' thither his AN TI- exp tame duty however .they May have chaageii
f'. M ,._4 going ,_ SUBSCRIBER offers for sale eighty- (80)head Washington and Xew (.1sD XXAL.ESTATK .(n hands within any part of the Ctte3ian 1uJ. "* *

--- FEVER AND AGUE. T of llSEFand STOCK CATTLE,at Lake City. Willdcliittd.I'at -JcksgevIUz, FU., tad Ckariet, $. C. It is furthermore agreed that the duty of eight BO'
AGEN1flwanted for S S -3za S 10* cent above mentioned will be annually reduced ft/-
$90 A Month be JacksonvfJe- the option S .-
Laic'iry or
"jL rot',r,,,' ".r artic o-lr.i1 o&. 't&ddress 0.,T. PILLS, which have been .ofthercher; :March 22-tC : .one ftr cent. until it shall be in this manner finally'red *
: need to fixed of cd
a duty on*per e t. roforefe*.
C -Mr. .1,; BaUuug, BidJeforo, V'wne.t-? S .rJW..LnJ Siuw, STKTHCI .. d
to the
demonstrated and syned general of adminutra-
repeatedly expenses
Y. i.v"U vv"" *. ., also : N .& rr1 TJ'. -' Pr.. lion aid contra.. : SS
.. 5- ;
Errors of T otn:' ;,1. repeatedly, to be an unerring TWO PLANTATIONS, adjoining eai-h,' ther in AppTing ... EDCUK W. Coit.;.ticePrenJenLISSUEAKCE .. ll'fICI.K Y. ', js '' S

I IIItlem.111 wta fu8<5r
t7 Preoumre Decay, and alL the &i.tit youthful and neverfailingpreventive kno'\l mi the Itoatwright entate. .*.'.' & importation into& .United States of America ef air

iadiiScreaatf.win, for the sake suffering ti& ruf.end and of all Bilious Upon one of the abore, w a. pIW and QRIST NEV5oiUi5'. article the produce manu/aetnre of th. dominioUtand
cure' complaints
fir !!'rHfl t' 5* th* and directions for Arc possessions Lb Imperial the Soltaal
?tfl! E f ncipe mai ILL-HpCSE.( all ready for tie rna hincry. -Theae are OFFICE, 13t.BROAD1VA Majesty
." > iti be was .: Soffir- ,* ". II. from whatever place arriyi ,whether by sea er b
incident the South'and dewr-bl Plantations. ,
'0 : .t L adrertiscr'a experience, can to Very The estate and ; will be THE Cash C.pi J,.......?........ ..' .:...fi' ;< 0flOO land; end no.ether or higher dntiea shall be imposed; S
ab4le feizomd
ijeal property
.' ".I ; West. Try but one experiment sold for cash. .Apply to i: ,'j,;. ;; Assets, ,..:. .....yv;- .. .' .JI,500COO. ,, on the focfportatioa intrf the dontin h and pnesesztoaa:
of h
JO AX B/OGDEX, JORDAN,BOATWRTGnr- : -00-- S .: Imperial t.rGf.any article;ihejirodiicefor
.n IT Sa IS Chambers&New York. ; the cost.is trifling, S ._ S" 55atowwia'flaeL-: NEWS. IRE Ocean,Marine and Iniri lllib taken zt nUJa maiThlactnre of tie Crf it d Stltes ofAEa .trom;
_. hat.enr.pz..c than
- ? as low ad other first class Company; !&mTIng are or may keeyaheon
SI range, but Tru the result is beyond any coq- S Jacksonville, FA, June U-tf' S3S'CIIOOL } .. OF attention yitfn to- the Ivraet fofl\ma the like article the produce manufactur.oF.ny

"yaa4" gentleman the TJuiUsl Futes : .Iolatd JhceHijuj* and i.f"tuN for otherforeign country; nor shall any pr&oibltien be
failed BOOKS maintained
tingency. It never has .Are ready to or imposed on the importation of any article S
'f : r. .:>2 vary reach to their advantage by re- r he .,el,,or/re I"T' ,the produce or manufacture of fte dominions

: S t tr : i,) by addresdng the undersigned.1 and never can, while Physiol = ,.'. ?. on: ..( EqaitaUy Adjusted and Promptly Paid and possessions of either of the contracting parties.

: tJ mg humbusged v.ill oblige t l-y not 1 ; f1 Newspapers in Cash. into the dominions and possessions.f the other which
L others wfil please address their J ogy remains a science. .. shall not equally extend to the importation of th.14k4
4. W S' Iagaz Agent. articles,being the produce or manufaators C!aj
Nor 10 1865 tf. "
.5.' > other .
THOMAS F. ChAPMAN, .. L : 5- country : 'J
4 831 Broadway, New York 'tj:j< .;,1 Books, His Imperial Majesty further engages that,save a*
--" .- Pt" 1For I t :'. i : S S ) RUNDLE & Co.; hereinafter excepted,he will not proh jbitth importation S
TO 0" into his dominions and sea10DIO&II" arti.ele .
.1 S WBOLXSAIJi. DKALXBS, UHatSr .. the produce and mannfactarVof the United Statesof
been retrtred to heakfe in frw -s-
.Mmg a : America,from
a. 3traw whatever"pIace arriving and that
II 't< c rem..ay, after Laving suffered for Sale by, all Druggists :. 1:, ' ..5STATIONAR,5 Gaps Goods. the duties to'be IntpMed oif every article the produce
!with a tevere l mg .., sod that dread L 'S '' and ':' :..: ,And '-.tTatriniined Jockeys.- ormanufaetuteofthe United States of America Imported

S w-b aL ll w 1mke knO'll'n to bis WM. SPOONER & Co: : N W .' 'UMBRELLAS &C. 'into tbe empire and possessions of his Imperial
fi. -'''tae means vI eorT : Majesty the Sultan, shall in-no ease exceed. cne*

.L.. *> desire St,be wiil! fend a copy of the pn-scrip- Nashville, Tenn. WHOLESALE. AND DETAIL.. S :: Hgktpercent, ad m/orext or a.' speetiidntyT /
t *" t I':1 of cnsTt*)) with the dimxmg ftr prrpa4 R. W. PERRY & 0., ; in Florida xeaoy common consent equivalent thereto?
M'? oui the aiotc, irhicb tLcy rill fad a CKJE crtrJr J Represented. S by Such rate shall be calculated upon the vain.c socle S
o:sErT1l>!. Aimuii, BaoxcKix:." COCCHS, Cows, SATAJCNAJI. G E O.R G.I..L.'.: Describing' the "* Mr K.IL. DaNYSE.. articles at the wharf and shaH be payable at th*)timeiqf
ani II Ttn-w 'r to doll, n Mat 2t-Im .SO' their being landed,if brought by sea...rttt23n&
.id L f Affectiomt The only oJgect' cf M TT AS jost opened a eomple Stock of prices
their & custom house
they reach if .
!" attttUad' ssb n{;tb*Prescrip3on ktobent t the may brought by ::
and 5 ; all who NOTICE. If these articles,after having paid the import daty.of
4 hrfunas .
rpre s wlwjfi be conceives te be BLANK-BOOKS.: :. ; S : s ,
of low marshy and over- eight jxr seaL,are sold either at the placed their
I. rje.5; aJ ht ,
= Vpcs I.:
crerv dr-rrr *S1 try rem STATIONERY, The Ame WEEKS after date we apply to the Zvgtro-arrival or in the interior of the country, neither the,
it ._ 5-
.*. .'it-\: t -,.tausr, u. _.- prove a LI!cssin flowed regions, or where mi: ECHOOt" BOOKS/, ':;' ; bate for Days county Floridk-for, letters of Admin buyer nor the seller shall be charged wiih any farther
B ? r" pr .c .puc;:. rttt. by return mail I SLATES, . ;; S <; : -, 119& % on the estate of Dr.D. C. Ambler, '.late of said duty in respect to them; and if such articles should

S .It' asma prevails, 'and all PHOTpGRATUJLLBCilS, .' :"m* ,deceased B.: II. Hoeg, not be sold consumption in the Ottoman Empire S

J Lkv. LbV&j A. WILFOY. t ; And &fine assortment of *' 'J S ,F 9, S .. D G.Ambler. but should be re-exported within the space of six'
.11 ly WgUantsburg, Kings Co. New S 3f months the same shall be considered as & '
diM in transit land. and be
: It by treated as is ttited
whicb offer at the lowest Cash Price F'U
&, AND WEST, they fW Silver Medal, nd 2 Diplomas Awarded To hereafter in Article XII.of this tresy;the adiiialstration -'
THOMPSON; would pcu1arIeaflt attention of tfe Trade in of Jhe customs being bound to restore, at the
a '* '*> t.should FLORIDA GEORGIA,5to : L IJlOilAS E. 1)ENATJX. tim of.theirS re-exportation! to the merohant.'wttar'shall
Houze not: be for a single .. 51 "
TBlSr toTornish S
Sign and Ornamental : :, M: FOR : SFIWiG3L&TTRESS brequired proof that tat goods in
tbepaliial .-Q TnI.h all
oar'S&o pI.asaure '
question haTe the of
paid import duty e'rjtitjwr e:
: day, without' SPOONER'SANTIFEVER goodjn bur lifirf'fcf the lowest New York or PbOadelpniaprices. Corner of Ocean ,and porsythc Street. .tlw difference between that duty and ttvilfy levied

hAINTR4E AND .. : ] .LL KINDSj>fytrrniture repaired, cleaned and varL&uheoXlnlQie 'on'go d*in-transit by land as setfortSfcrth. arUdo1
Ordm'bl mati "above "'- -
fjjf promptly tttended to. best' r. Soffas.CJWr Lounges> cited.'linn. '
;il1ng, GlnM.rf MarUi Po'HtlfI.ltI'J ; AGUE ,PILLS, in order'that Sept. 8, 1865- tf SWH&LJAM ie.;lcl;"'recoTered and 'renoTated as good a& S Tfc : '.- S

: General.and all kindi'of upnoLtery done in,thft best It underjlood that any artlclvtt' produce ofmanofaetor
and EaLmn t1URI.ttentioIa : 5 when they are attacked'I I KIOXTGOHJCRI, :;Oh r. 5- *ef foreign coon try intended for importation
M.ixractrazz .,:.,: 24 into the United PrineiBalli>"<>flfoId9"VraIIsV
grea to re-whitening WALLS with Chills and Fever Bilious ) tilraw April J- -."
I / .
; .
into the '
. .:'. Oilt Glau rOITtBLE.b STATIOXERr swcm-zs' chia or Prineifalit/af&.which. snail'pass -
S 'A" PttUy, Varnish Ac Intermittent Remittent r. rUST'.REC'EIV.ED.: through any.other part(f the Ottoman'Empire;
tAil or. tl& try promptly attended or STEXM SAW MILLS, &., will not b*liable to tire payment customs daty nn'-1
to. .
OD FY'I een 1uuan and Market Stre Fevers Dumb Ague Con 157 BEOADWAY, Saw To x. ** ;** *. FOLLOWING"SPLESDID AS ciiiiEST of til it reaches those principalities;.and.'on the oUae
.r.aTille. Jlorida. t S 5-
I" .' I LIQUORS. 5 hand. that any'article of foreign produce Or'.DiU-
i 1 May !' -Cm 2'Ji gestive Chills, Pain in the MarcbgMf: ... S .5' S I Baker's celebrated Pure Eye Whiskey. : factors{xuaiirg throiigh-those principalities butdf
tined for some other ef the Ottoman will.
part Empire,
I Boyd &Son*, Pure Rye Whiskey
Periodical Headache 55 CLOTHI'TATS, ,not be'liabt: bathe payment of customs duty'"toaUTsuch
Back Old Bourbon Whiskey.
Notice Kentucky -
: ," : .''April: _tT I : articl readhes the first custom house nadar t&*'
Walters La- 'rascaIOO8ItWbi6key.
rE0ss Diarrhea or Dysentery (to SS administration of the Sublime PorttThe ':
.the e f -t"--; Parker's Ctv Monoogahda Whiakey ; I''!
T 1',11."We ofikg IIami1toD'to oCJo "= II S same course shall be followed with respect to'
iL : of
d lit ft e immf'Mooeovutr, ve reotbO'ie which they are 'constantly 1 liable New England 5- any aiticla the produce or man afacture'ef tkoe.pri>- .
) .t.-"Ji1Di-the 1t. .-__. : 1 S S Pure French Brandy. :eipalities as well as with respect to ttmf articl.'

daiei 1IMd-etiat.. must--'j&1&C\I presentS ) they may promptly and '.Lprii:1tE 25 S S Domestic Brandy. produce or manufacture-..f any:o&erjportion of th*; r
tia.ted '"
'ithiR 't.r. '
9r'w pre&Tibcd by x* DewDrop Gin. C. ; -lv" 55 Ottoman Empire intended for exportationBacbarv..
t Plead In bar of t Irrecorery. effectually Be cured, without ; S. M And Madeira Shery, Port claret & Champagne Wines. tides will Le li hl*to th*psymeat of eastorx dutieat
.Js \t. J. J. DUSCAl.1 'r. COLDINGIX JLQ of waw&will.sold at reduced prices ; the former to the etutonvhouse ef the aforesaid'priacipalitits. ,
11-ti 24 the loss of a single day's labor. 4 ::, :; I Br' JOHN CLARK. .and thelatiert>the Ottoman eastern howe4 t 1

UAS "iA 'J uzrza- S .5 5 5 S at A H. Beeo Wharf. the obj.ct being &Ubaim J import nor export dstiea -
Their is contingent : 5 .
5 TO.T success '.* Jane 14-In S3 1IID any ease b* payaile nor than one*, ;
* S upon anything; they will never i4 'ETRA L flOODS, 4c, *c., S .e :. arrcta-vo. S SirThe '

IEt' YiD.tBSIG\"ED tuow. :.... irik .,153 ONGRESS STREET/.. Groceries. subjects and ciUzens contracting partie i f

u.1tab1e to bone COA.cms. Il1n the 01 eom.Ut, fail ,to cure, effectually and permanently. -: CEORGLiLApril LIQ" ; ; HeachaftOrs' hall enj y,in the doIl and possessions of,th-. .
Ikpot, upon the arrha T4rlNp4' .4. S AOXXT roa : : other equality oClreatment with native..fjects.ort '
of : Jg- P ,** citizens in regard to warehonsinr.and also ia regudfa j
JUil HEED'Sjnne bounties, facilities,and draw backs S 1
l'a'o' For sale by all. Druggists.: ',.:NOTICEr .. FOB '
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I I...;, -f'ill\11--' to e4 from.the.J i., J,'S/MAUJfSELL 00*Star Orfeana,U, t. SIX'HONTDSfroindate, CountyMor...apply Letters tothe Dismis-Judge All artlclea which ire or may legacy importabf.

IIpol bt departure of &eairbot aAd ale Agents soryromtbeidmlnistratkm of' the Estate of Daniel : S5II : : ; 9pin4Stoves, into OttomantTeu.lswithout the United States may Ukewis*brim ported ii4 i r

Jane .. EU ,Jofce ar-l7 J5 f I S ( being lisbaiopn ober.or' t-
II-br U BLYNNuflMhtio __ Jtetth: higher ditties or charges of whatever denomiaatioB. F
t.OTOL. wfu crStobaY ? Pr'Sbct' Lv TV KEITH Adm1*. ICE.DEUVEKE ; : .. than if such articles were importedlof ..IIIef'thJ f ,
Jwiierrffie : "S 45 ; 7. R.LEWIS, A.dm'rv 5: f-s United States rand, reciprocally articles which* .
S 5- .
trtn A Sr-. U, and Cap*: e2l- "" 8. P5 '.. \: V S C-'L-'EOEISSOS; .-cVmay be legally importable.rn% 'th.dominiea*. t
._" Ko I thiI l't'aZned lane t1.u" *,4' V '..," ": ->t'' S CEcse. >.J-;., ..; -W- .- and posMsstons of his IniperialHsjasty the Saltan in i

1I&t.. YIa &. )86 Weac3oading eh&1lIU em.N4c. l o State Agency f or,JFVUP11**'sXITILL from ft 1.B- till ae AprUU4L. u' .1 J&tom.l1..esseJsofth.UnItSto.LH" withoat" bein*
TOBACco at reduced prk*. C if Oburch.-. -or. : liable to any ether or olgt >duties 'eharga."of

'. it. 'C Q ; ..JacboDftDes}!r SUGAR8S whatever denomination that if such articles ware
-f iE -I June II-tf .U" : .1Q tTcJ w. Imported !n Ottoman vesseia 8uch.rteiproca1equl., -
MJisSr8: *3LTS3rZ! furnish Standard Sca Iiatey i SS-- -.. t: ;fr1U7.Jm.CRUSHED,White Coffee sad Brown ity of treatment shall taKe ef et without distinction. '

-1" y I .N o1i :. "' S J' priee& SXy104 : Coffee Sugars for sale at' IJ. whether saeh &- me"c1recfJy tram the place of
'b S J' 1 : ..4f. ,. .. ," .. -' TT'J ? ;: S wmocr. origin or from any ether eoantry. In the urns man-*
.e =CWTlhn I SIX WEEKS after date I iball aaply tithe Ho&m&f : (in J'prt,Wine, l SI--tt :I there shall be perfecVequality treatment fa regard
tainj ra'rQ I : *of Probate of;-- county, for ietten:of Baaa-Jreneb j jqwa1i&1 5.5-S exportation so that the same export duties shall bo t
', 1 ..WW Administration upon the eUU of Jo .
t ;rb8d.4 A l >ceacd. 't W J.JBCKCAS.JiwSlJHJr $ne2I-tf' $ :: *t* :s* S 5 the dominiousandpooseutcu of either'of *_

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i uitr.Unft1trUel-- commissioner is aforesaid, and the undersigned biter umpire, and friendly arbitrator, his Majesty riuincauons luerroi .uaii oe exenanfeaor -
of"Ihe.InleridrihaU Issue, to said railroad bins 'the four month*from the date Kma"
rishtaj-e'arT> Ihe explraUon of'ijiat term,, to Secretary the Tribe the Kln"of Belgium,conferring upon ,
headmen and Kickapoo
on the xporlation of any article demand the revision the tariff Uut it during the com piny certificates purchase, and such certificates chief delegateof set their hands and seals, ample powertodecide and;determine all the; flues- In faith whereof the respective,_

Vhlehfs.ornuyU, legally portable therefrom, seventh year, neither the one nor.the otherx the shall be deemed and held In'all courts.as evidence of of Indians,have hereunto and in the hereinbefore lions both of lawand fact involved lor the proceedings have signed, the same and affixed lbeealt.
shall take place in Ottoman to all at the place, on. the day, year '-
VhetUr suehixporUUons and in said railroad company and
MntraelingVsrtles shall avail Itself of thlerigbt.the title possession fseal. of the government of Peril 'la the capture eon.
or In Teasel* of the United Elates, and whatever may tarifl then existing shall continue to have the force or any part ot said lands, unless the same shall be wrilten. CHARLES B. United, States. fiscation of the ships Lizzie Thompson and Georgia- Done {n the dtyt>r LLirlh this twelfth Jy
be the place destination whether a port of itherof.Jlieiffatracting of law for seven years more, dating from the day of forfeited as hereinafter provided., And if said railroad Commissioner! en behalf Elk the no. U,?,. in thr yeir'of cr LOdonthons
et of third power.ABTICLB it shall be subject to CHIEF PAR-THEEW Chief. hundred and sixtythree.*
parties any the expirstlon the seven preceding yfarsjmnd the company make such purchase, his x mark {seal.] ART1CLK II.
IX. be the ease with to successive the olbowing considerasvls : They shall construct ClfRISTOPilEB O'BflSOt
same shall respect every
.will 'adopi"the
*JJoduUes t>f tonaag harbor pUoU&e,ll ht-house, period of seven years. kABTIOLK and fully equip a good and efficient railroad frcm the CHiEF PAH-KAH LAIr, or John" his x mark,[seal.1 .The two'contractlng to solicit and parties obtain'the 'assent'of his proper Majesty JOSE.G* PAZ ,
duties measures And whereas the said Convention,
ftarsnUnt/or other similar or corresponding city of Atchison.inthe state of Kansas, westerly, as aseW
XXIII. MACK-A.TAhItflEQUA, Black of to act in the CHIEF or the King Belgium
denomination six and lollowit The first section of been dulyiatift on'both'parts, and tis
f whatever nature,or under whatever within years, as
levied In the name or forth profit of government, The presett treaty shall be ratified nd the ratifications fifteen miles of said road to be completed within three Thunder his x mark [seal.] conferred npon him. ratifications of the laruo were; exchan
shall have
fnncUonaries.pIi.eiu&ivldahl,00TP01tIOfh oholl be exchanged at Constantinople In from the date of said purchase, and the"second' KEX-XE-KUK. or Stephen Pensioneau, After hie Majesty the King of Belgian of Lima on the eighteenth day of April last-

ir establishment$ of kind shall be imposed three lender months, or sooner, jf possible, and yers section to a point as far west as the western boundary -'-' ; ,his x mark, [seal.' ] declared,his assent to exercise the office of arbiter, Now, therefore bait known that I,Abrshasjof -
any hall be carried into execution when ratified. MAH-MAU-SHE-COW-AH,or Bear Track, the two contracting pa'rtks will submit, through their
the ports of the dominions and possessions of either of(aid reservation within three years thereafter; and '* coin, President of the VoltetSttetofAmeri ,
%ti&try the tame conditions, be imposed In me Pone at Constantinople on' the twenty fifth day of no pttentor patents shall Issue to said company or her x mark, [seal.] diplomatic agentfresfdiugat Brussels, to his Majesty caused the said ConveIiihn ta be made

lilt eases upon on n&tIoulveisela in jreneraL .. 'cbruary, eighteen hundred and sixty two, its assigns for any portion of eaid lands untils the PET-TI-QUAUK, or Rolling Tunder copies of,all the correspondence, proofs papers and end that the cause audeer c1szses4d ILl1g'
reciprocally IDWAED JOT juoimts, JL. s.iAAM and then his x mark. [seeA.] documents which have- passed 'between the two governments be observed
l-CBueb eonclity of treatment shall apply first section of said road shall be completed may 4
44thS respective vwsel* from -wfaslever port or place [L. S.] for not more than one half of said lands f and no pat JOHJTANDERSON, .. (seal.) or other respective representatives; and the United States and thitizen1thereoj
they:may arrive and whatever may be their place ofdestination. And whereas thi said treaty hal been duly ratified ent or patents shall issue to said company 4r Its assigns TOTH-WAV or Frank Cadue his. x mark. (seaL) should either party think proper to present to laid In witness whereof I tav f hereunto set my -

4 on both parts, and the respective ratification* of the for any of thercmsiniug portion 6f said lands Executed in presence of- arbiter any other papers, proof, or document in ad and caused the seal of.the Uittterf States to b
jarne were eichangnd at CoDstaniinopIe the filth John Badger. dition to those above mentioned the same will be
-V. f ARTICLE T. ; until said second second section of said railroad shall Done at the city Washington thisni5
Mhe iaweof the Unl- ultimo, by Edward Joy Morris, Minister Resident of be completed as aforesaid; and before r.ny patents H. C.' Pursel-s c r t \ communicated to the other party within four months day of Mayayr ia the'year of our
r-vewels *hoh! secording the United States at the Sublime and his Nelson Sbaler, *< n.1 '* ratification of this convention.Both .
fed deemed vessels which, according Porte, by. shall Issue for any part of said lands,,payments shall after L. S. thousand eghihnndr: l sd sTxty.thy
BUUs to
7g ,ere hlgunttsMehemed Ecu in Ash Pacha. Minister of Foreign Ta chall PensioneauhUx"mark; U, S:Interpreter. ot the
to be deemed Ottoman vessels, be made for the lands to- be patented at the rate of '; ,invzcLz1ii. of the Independence United
FIi Ift Ottoman
are Affairs of his W. D. Barnett witness to of Paschal 1 "
the' of signature
Imperial Sultan the -
4; thilirfor; the purposes of this treaty, be deemed vesVelsBf Majesty one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre And said Pensioneau. parties belpg equally'In'.ereatcd lit 'having a Ataericathe eighty seventh.stBaAWcpT3.
Ottoman Empire,on fhe of their .
the United States and Ottoman vessels respectively part respective govrnments company shall pay |Lhe whole amountof(purchase And whereas the foregoing treaty haying beensubmitted decision upon the questions hereby submitted,:they -
ut ;' : money for said lands in the securities of the United to deliver said arbiter Sl! the ddcnrnenU By thePresidenti
: Senate of the United Slates for its agree toLh4 '
therefore be the
it known that I Abraham Lincoln to
41 ,jr' '. ABTICtB XI. States to the Secretary of the Inferior, entrust for referred to in the second article within six months William IT.Seward, Secretary o/SlaU.
nsidentof the United States America have caused ofn&ins. from constitutions! action thereon, the Fen ate did,on the -_?.,
said Tribe
ir JT charire whaleoever shall be made upon goods of Kicks poo sixyears 3Iarch thousand hundred after he shall signified hisconsent act as such.
; the Slid treaty to be made public, to the same, audevert the date of such purchase; and when so paid the thirteenth day of ,one eight .
1 the United StateL being the produce or rashufacture clause, end article thereof may be observed ajid President is authorized hereby to issue patents tbero- and sixty three,advise and consent to the ratification ABTICLRlv. A FAMILY HEWSPAPEB.TUU .

of the United States of America, whether vessels fulfilled with good faith by. the United State and the for. Said company'shall!, in like manner, pay to the of the same by resolution and with an amendment The sentence .decision. .of said, arbiter, when : BALTIMORE -
a of the'tTniUd Slates or otter nor upon, any eitizensthereof. iu the words and figures following, to wit; shall be final and conclusive all the *
of other Secretary of(he Interior, in trust as aforesaid, each given, upon questions WEEKLY COMMERCIAL
feoods the produce or manufacture any fjreitn In witness hereof I have hereunto set my hand and year.tinlil the whole purcha money) shall In Executive Session,Senate of the United States, "hereby referred,: and the'contracting parties
1 | country carried ta vessels -of the United States, and caused the of the United affixed. every March 13th. 1863.evived For the Year 1800. rjau*
of the Sv'oJ States to be have been paid,interest from date of purchase at six hereby agree to carry the same into immediate effect.a ..
when the same shall pass through the Straits Done at the city of Wash injton, this second day the (two thirds of the Senators present concurring THE; LARGEST BEST AND CHEAPEST
pet cent per ahnum, on all purchase money remaining WEEm
Dardanelles,or of the Bosphorns, whether such goods of July, in ihe yearoT our Lord one thousand Said interest, and the interest due ,) That the Senate advise and consent to the ARTICLE T., t
4 shall pass through those straits in the vessels that I 8. cigut hundred and sixty two, and of thelndeptudenccof the .unpaid. after it is to the United ratification of the "Artieles'of a treaty' made" and This convention shall be ratified and the ratifications NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED D? MARYLAXfc ,

t them,or shall have been transshipped to other veseals the United States the eigety sixth. on States, purchase shall bo held money in trust and paid paid to said Indians concluded at the Agency of the Kickapoo Tribe of exchanged in the term of' six' months from the 'IT- OCR PURPOSE to make the WJCZUT to.

f r whether after having been sold for exportation ABRAHAM LINCOLX." the first of of each-and and Indians, on the 23th day of June, in the year of our date thereof. > xacLr.one of the very best
on day j
April every year
they.shall, for a cerUin Jlmited time,he landed Bribe President! Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty two, by In faith'whereof the Plenipotentiaries of the two
in ten from the ratification of this there JOURNALS VS THE
in order to be placed iu other vessels for the continuance years treaty have and sealed with their respective FAMILY WORLD, -
F.W.Seward,Acting Secretary of Slate. shall be the United States to said tribe of Indians and between Charlet B. Keith, commissioner on the governments signed
paid by ttf
of their voyage. In thelattercase, the goods in of the United States, and the undersigned chiefs, seals, the present convention.. a repository of the .treasures literatureon
thountnd dollars their first instalment part -
1 other vessels for the continuance of their voyage.. In A Proclamation by the President of the United States the ten amount of said as and ten headmen and delegates of Kickapoo nation, on Done In the city of Lima, in duplicate, on 1Mbtwentieth'day varied and instrucjiv.j formation on all topics ofonv

the latter case, the goods in question shall be deposited of America Qpoa thousand dollars each and purchase money thereafter until behalf of said nation," with the following of December jn thi year of our Lord rent interest, and scp lylng reading matter adapt ta.

at Constantinople, in the magazines of the custom To all and singular to whom them presents slitt.ll all every year AMI5DXEXTS:' one thousand eiht hundred and sixty two. the tasto and requirements of every member of tht h&

bouse, called transit magazines, and in any other come greeting; Ant.19 paid.VI, In case said railroad, shall -fail Article 1, line 15, after'"the" strike out"Commission CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON, (I.. S.J ily circle. Independent of party and without secuW

places whi>re there is no entrepot they shall be placed Whereas a treaty was made and concluded at Uie to cither section of said company railroad in a good er of Indian Affairs," and insert iu lieu JOSE G. PAZ SOLDAN, [L. S.) prejudice,,it takes broad and national views for the BJtcnonce

I under the charge of the admiuulraliou of the customs. Agency of the Kickapoo Tribo of lodhns, on the and complete efficient manner, or shall fail to pay the whole of thereof?'Secretary of the Interior. And whereas the Convention haaf been duly of the Union,, and welcomes' the era of eo5I ,

AttTlCtEXU. twenty-eight day of June, in the yearof our Lord one the purchaseuioney for'said lands wruiin the time Article 2, line 1 and 2. strike out "Agent of the ratified on both parts and the respective ratifications tion and harmony between the sections, while it sdrocatca

The Sublime Porte desiring to grant, by means of thousand eight jiundoedaud sixty-two, by and between herein prescribed, or shall fall to pay all or any part States for said tribe to take.- and insert ; of the same were exchange t In thecitj of Lima on every Interest that tends to aid ia the adranceoMg>

gradual ,concessions all facilities in its power to Iran- Charen B Keith, Commissioner, on the part of of the interest upon the same each,year as aforesaid in lieu thereof: Secretary of tho4 Interior '' the twenty fourth day of April last t of individual add genet al prosperity in the State and*
lit by land it is stipulated and agreed that the duty the United States, and the hereinafter named Chiefs, within thirty dcvs from the date when such payment to cause to be made. Row.therefore be it known that Abraham Lini tion.

of three JKT cenL, levied up to this time on articles Headmen, and Delegates of the KIckanoo Indians, of interest shall fall duo.then the contract or purchase Article 3, lines l2, 13. and 14,strike out the following: i coIn President of the United Stales of America, have A marked excellence of the Weekly C&nmeygi
Imported into the Ottoman Empire, in their passage for and on behalf ef said Indians,and duly authorized shall be deemed and hold absolutely null and Void, "paid to them, in cash or in bonds of the caused the said Convention to bo madaJpublic, to the tie

through the Ottoman Empire to other countries, shall thereto by them, which treaty is iu the word and and shall cease to be binding either of the parties ., the United Slates."and insert iu lieu thereof end that the same and every clause and article thereof coining year wi'l be iaLITERARV

Tedneed to two per cent, payable as the duty of figures following, to-wit heretoand said or its assigns shall forfeit : set apart and placed to ,their credit I may be observed and fulfilled with good faith by the DEPARTMENT,
three/XT rent, has been paid hitherto, on arriving in Articles of a Treaty made and concluded at the all payments of company principal and interest made on such severally. 1 United SUtes and citizens Ihjrcof. which careful and judicfons selections from the cho ,

Its Ottoman dominions; and at the end of eight years Agency cf the Eickapoo Tribe of Indians, on the 28th purchase and all right and title legal and equitable Article 4, line 39, strike out the words "at the cost of : In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my literature of,tlie daV, niftl H6eral wpcndrtnre for crigi

I to be reckoned from the day of the exchange of the day of June iu the year of our Lord one thousand of any kind.whatsoever, in and to all and every part the United Slates." At the end of article | hand and paused the seal of the United States to be trodnction% fc nnot fall to render especially cntcrto -

ratifications of the present treaty, to a fixed a
tar of one percent, which shall be levied, as is Keith, Commissioner, on the part of the United date of such forfeture earned and paid for pursuant expenses of their removal. Done at.the city! Washington,this nineteenth The acknow Iedf4 excellence of the

3 to be the case with respect to Ottoman produce exported States, and the undersigned Chiefs,. Jlcadinen. 'and to the provisions of this treaty. And whenever any Article 5, line 34, after theword'iands"nscrt: with'in day of May,in the yrar of oar Lord one thousand MlWtf DEPAR7MEXT f-

I to defray the expense of registration. Delegates of 1 the Kickapoo nation, on behalf said patents shall issue to said railroad company for any sixty days thereafter, "and sh'all make, L. S. eight hundred and eiity.tjiree.and of the Indeptudence of the "Daily Commercial,'' U a sufficient guarantee(

*-The Sublime Porte, at the same time.declares! that nation. part of said lands, it shall contain th condition that execute, ana deliver to the Secretary of the of.the United States the eighty.ABRAHAM the Weekl r Commercial'*till continue to be sH 64,

It reserves to itself the right to establish,br a special auricLe I. The Kickapoo Tribe of In-lians, believing the sara company shall sell the lands described in Interior the bonds of the said company ina scvcnth,i--, can be desired in this respect, .d we have only to air
enactment, the measures to bo adopted for the prevention that it will contribute to the civilization of their such patent so jnucb as shall be necessary for the penal sum equal to double the value of --y "LINCOLN.By that nothing will be omitted that k necessary to maiaba
fraud. people to diepose of a portion of their present reservation said lands heretofore ascertained the President ;
I of working the road, within five from the issuing surplus as ; lU character valuable medium for the communicttfaiiof
years % as a ,
.' "* in Kansas -
ABTlCtE Xni.x. consisting of one hundred and fifty of such patent. And said shall have the with the condition that the said bonds shall William inSeirard'Secretaryof State.
thousand act AS of Injid, to allot land iu severally to company become void whenever the said ,3-, the fullest,latest and most reliable Intelligence, 034
: their jfa
Citizens of the United States of America, or perpetual right of way over the lands of the Kicks company J.
PresIdeii'f of interest the -
those member of said tribe lh United States topics public.-
I dents, trading in goods the produce or manufacture whodesire to have separate poos not sold to it for construction and operation shall comply with conditions. of the A Proclamation'bjrlhe
ii of foreign countries, shall be subject to the same taxes tracts of lands, and have adopted the customs of of said railroad, not exceeding one hundred feet in treaty. of America: THE FARMER'S 'COLUMNwiIIbenthe' \

I and enjoy the same rights, privileges, and immunities the whites, and to set apart fur the others of said width, and the right to enter on' said lands and take Article 5,line 29, strike out "title and" and insert' : Whereas a Convention between lha 'United; SUtescf hands of a competent 'editor, who
tribe a portion of said reservation, to ba he'd them the of. add tho ef Peru, for thev settlement -
f as foreign subjects dealing in goods the produce by and use such grave], stone, earth, water, and other right Amelia Republio make it a prominent feature of the Origisi
manufacture of their in common, >r (if a majority of them so elect)provide material timber bo for the Article 6, line 11; strike out "shall" and insert may. of thepcuding claifts of the cjtiiens1 of either
or own country. except ,
and kindred
for them suitable home held may necessary .' lines strike concluded and tides on agriculture topics, and facti i
a elsewhere
4 to be by construction and of the said road, 12, 3.and 14, out the. words country"ag'a'in'srihe other, was signed
operation making
ARTICLF Xiv.Il them in common, it is therefore hereby agreed that compensation for from the boca "and shall cease to be binding on cither-of by their'res pectiva "plenipotentiaries, at the city of information of interest to'the farming vonuniuutjwj

"'"An exception to the ctipfilaUons laid down tn the the Commissioners of Indian Affairs shall cause the tion or running of any said damages)road, to arising improvements made the parties hereto," and insert t if the Sec Liiua, on the"AsiIfth day of January, jn the year of embraced under this LcacLTlllf

( fifth article shall be made in regard to tobacco in anv whole of said reservation be surveyed in the same before the road was located such damages aud compensation retary of the Interior shall so determine. our Lord OUR thousand eight hundred and sixty three, MARKET REPORTS, if'of

shape whatsoever, and also in regard to salt, which manner as the public lands era surveyed, and the in cases where said; and the ". line 57 after the word "same" insert J. not which Convention, as amended by the contracting the "Cocmeri.'ial'* are i repared by compcfcjtJ

two articles shall cease to be included among those quantity !hereinafter mentioned be set apart sons whose improvements are injured company the property per -' including improvements. parties,imd ftejnjj.Ja th English,:and Spanish languages experienced rcportu st and the mercantile comrotuiftRaltiaiore

which the citizens of the United SUtes of America to those of said tribe who desire to have tbeir land in taken cannot agree, to be ascertained and adjusted H4, line 72,after "payment"strike out "of and is word fur word, as foLlows :- testily with one accord to theksuperlt '

*ra perraited to import into the Ottoman dominions. severally; and, if so elected by a majority of the others under the direction of the1 Commissioner of Indian insert: to the United States in trust for said Convention .betweerf the Halted States of America ncsA-accuracy and reliability.. 4

1 Citizens of the United Elot s, however, or their of said tribe, the quantity of Jan I hereinafter Affairs. And in case said company-shall not promptly Kickapoos of the appraised value thereof and the Republic of Peru fur the settlement of the LIVE BEFOI1'

agents, buying or selling tobacco salt for consumption mentioned to be by such others held in common, and the amount of such and [exclusive of tlieirinij.roYcmcnt.s) ami not pendifidanAofLbo citizens of either country STOCK-MARKET
1; In the Ottoman Empire, shall be subject to the the remainder of the land after.the special reservations the pay Secretary of the Interior damages compensation less than. against, the other.The 30 a feature which commends IteU aa of indl tUs

( same regulationstind pay the same duties as the most hereinafter provided for shall'hate been made, for of the lands may'withhold them patents SU-ikeont Article 7., United SUtes of America and the Republic of value to a 1 interested in- Live Stock, ai4Jtgainsayed -' )

It favored Ottoman subjects trading in the two articles tobeeold for the benefit of said tribe. payment any part mode of the purchased amount of such by damitges.until Strikeout Article 8. Peru, desiring to -settle and adjust amicably ,the that it U, superior (a that". furuLiu4.by

aforesaid; and furthermore,as a compensation for the ACT. II. It shall b> the duty of the agent of the United with six cent interest thereon from the date when Strike out Article 9. k claims tfhieh nave been made by the citizens each other Baltimore paper

,1 prohibition of the two articles above mentioned no States for said tribe to take an accurate census of tho some per"shall have been ascertained and demanded Article 10, lines II and 1?, strike out "six months country against the 'government of the other, have An entirely new feature vhich -cannot fail to tttidf

: doty whatsoever shall in future be levied on those articles all the members"of the tribe, and to classify them in and in case said company shall not purchase said surplus ; from the data of this instrument," and in-, agreed to make arrangements- for that purpose by favorable attention the'coining year, will be the LaSef

when exported from the Ottoman Empire by s.'frat lists showing the names ages,ana numbers lands,or having purchased shall forfeit the jest in lieu thereof: one year from the ratification means of a Convention,,and, have named as their Department, under the heading olTHZP.RLOgAXD

citizens of the United States. of those desiring lands in severally, and of those de- whole or any part thereof'the Secretary of the Interior of this treaty. plenipotentiaries confer and agree thereupon as KITCIffijr, rj
Citizen of the United Stales shall, aeverthelcss.be tiring lands in common,designating chiefs and heads shall the to bo Article 11,lines 13, !',and 15, stsike out"the Secretary follows: The President of the United States Christopher
thereupon cause same appraised for the conduct of which have engaged'theof ia'
bound to declare the of tobacco and salt thus families we
quantity respectively j eachadultchoosing lor himself at nollc than dollar and five cents of the interior shall determine to be Robinson Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
r exported to the proper custom house authorit4es, who or herself and each head of a family for the and shall sell one the in twenty per just and equitable for U lie benefit of the Plenipotentiary of'said Slates to Peru, and the President a gifted Iadywho will treat our fairreaders toktenft '.
acre not exceed
.. shall, as heretofore, have the right to watch over the minor children such family, and the agent for orphans ing one, hundred and sixty some acres quantities at auction, to the Kickapoos," and insert in lieu thereof; of Peru Don Jose Gregorid Toz Soldan, tho Ministry lag articles on.die fashions, and oil matters of houscleil,

) export of these itttiUes, without thereby leIng cnti- end persons of an unsond mind ana otherwise hihfst bidder for cash, at not less than the jncy be provided by law. of Foreign Relations and President of the Council and domestic economy,which engage Ibeif attentionot
;T tied to levy tax thereoa on pretence whatso incompetent, as to which of these clauses will appraised excite their interest ,
.. any any they value: ProrSded,'however, In case of said lands Strike out Article 1?. -- of Ministers, who, after having communicaUd to
a ever. belong. And thereupon shall be assigned, under the Lave been conveyed to bona fide purchasers any bv said Article la, line 7,after ''United States" insert r out'of each other their respective full powers, found to be The following ore the terms' of subscription tf at

ARTICLE*v. direction the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to' railroad compauy, such purchasers shall bo entitled the proceeds of the sales of said lands. in due and proper form,have agreed as follows: -, 1WeeklComaiirdaJ1.w pjyible Awa're adranct;

It Is understood between the two contracting par each chief, at the signing the treaty, one half section to r patent fur said lands BO purchased by them on ', ig lines 12,13,11. 15, 1Oand 17,strike out the Aaucszs.'I" RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIOX* -

ties that the Sublime Porte reserves to itself the faculty j to each other head of a family ono quarter Payment one dollar and twenty.five cents acre following words I "and the Commissioner 1 C py'6 Months '- "? $ -H
and rightof issuing general prohibition against section} and to each other person,forty acres of land. iterefjr. under such rules and regulations as per be of Indian AlFajrs,.with the concurrence of All claims of'citizens of the United States against 1 lYcai'1?J t =

the importation into the Ottoman Empire of guupow- to include in every case,as far as practicable,to each prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior. may Ou the the Secretary of the Interior, shall,from the Government of Peru and of citizens of Pent 6 -- -- -' ,

der, cannon, arms of war, or military stores, but such family, their improvements and a reason able portion, purchase of said lands by the said railroad time to time, and as promptly as practicable against the Government of-the United States, which 13 "- .'; 15.0T1LW
timber, to be selected company have not been embraced in conventional or diplomatic -
prohibition will not come into operation until it shall according to the legal sub the same shall become a part of the state of Ktmsas. adopt SUCh measures and institute all '
have been officially notified and will apply only to division of survey \Then suib assignments shall such proceedings as be and agreement bc weea, the two governments of their 20 m
but none of said lands shall be sut/jeet to taxation may necessary "" ':;--i'; '.. .
the artees! mentioned in the decree enacting the pro have been coinpUUd. certificates shall bo issued by until the patents have been issued therefor. not otherwise provided fur in order to the plenipotentiaries $Statements which, soliciting: 25. 5'4G V
hibition. Any of these articles which have not been the CommissioEcr! Indian Affairs for the tracts s- ABT.'VII. The heretofore oxooution'of nil and every part of_this the interposition of either government may, previously 30- t- '- ; _

so specifically prohibited shall on being imported signed in severally,specifying the names of (heindividuals' listed treaties with Kiekspoos the United having Stales nega- treaty." to the exchange of the ratifications of this ,. '. f -r..41i'j 5!'

into the Ottoman Empire be subject U the local regulations to whom they have been assigned respective stipulations in their behnlf. which'containing they claim various .. Attest;., J. W, FORNEY. Secretary. convention, have been filed iu ethd Department* oi 1-row r'M 'fnation of this talk U TrBi'jfte

unless the legation of the United States oi ]ly. and that said tracts are set apart for the perpetual have not been fully complied with, it isTioreby And whereas the. forajoing :amtotment having Sttoat Washington the Department of Foreign the Veekl .CcHura rqial'* I* ar labSe- fcaTluwer

*;j America shall think fit to apply for especial license, and exclusive use and benefit of such assignees end that a correct'statement of the amount thatwas provided been fully interpreted and explained to the hcreinaft Affairs at Lima shall referred to a mixed commission rate C rnyt1ier neup9 publLhtI Itt

which wjll in,that case be granted provided no.valid their heirs tntil'othrwiso provided bv law, such agreed to be paid by any and nil treaty stipulations nam-ii chiefs headmen, and delegates of the couiiKtee-l of four members appointed follows:. more Tbn.k ajrlob of tliirteen it is sent for*ids
in traCts shall be exempt from levy, taxation, or.sale, Kickapoo Tribe of ludiaua, did the fifth Two by Government of the ,'United Stated and,
objection thereto can.be alleged. Gunpowder, par. of all the treaties heretofore made, and also of alt they en day over a dollar and fifteen cents a,vcar to each member;*
ticnlar, when allowed to be imported, will be liable and shall be alienable in fee, or leased or otherwise amount received by said tribe by virtue of such treaty of M-iy.oue thousand eight hundred and sixty-three. two by the Government of Peru. Jjo case o the a club of twchtv. fyr one dollar and five"'cents torn
disposed of only to the United States, orb their free aud death, absence, or,incapacity either commissioner,
give to the in
to the following stipulations i1. persons shall be under voluntary assent ame, ash
stipulations direction of tle member, to 4 of thirty for ninety-sis rents
It shall not be esU by citizens of the United then being members the Kickapoo tribe, and of Commissioner of Indian Affairs and "ju'caaa' > the words and.figures following to wit: or in tho event of either commissioner, ceasiug to act ctSiji '
States in qus.ntitlesexoeediogthe quantities prescribed Indian blood, with the permission of tins President shall ; ; any >nd whereas the foregoing amendments have been. the Government of the Unjied States,oriu EnVoy fraction imd. to cul! > of forty persons for coeet
: amount he found due
to said
unpaid Indians,
and under such rules and regulations or sulmittcJ and Minister ia Peru the greatly reduced figure vfniMfty crab for each nsa
; by the local regulations. as theSecretaryof / the same, together with all Dnuitfc which have not and fully interdicted to the undersigned, Extraordinary Plenipotentiary
$ '"'. When a cargo or A large quantity of gnnpowdei. the.Interior shall provide, except as may be hereinafter herctot>rej>een keptnp and paid eliall now be chiefi. delegates and hciuiuicu of the Kickapoo na- acting under its direction,or that of the Republic ol r btr.AdIren -

..- arrives In an Ottoman, port, on board a vessel of th "
United States, such .vessel shall be anchored at a par the person to whom they are issued shall bo deemed thereupon.Anr -- forundou, behalf said nation, agree to and ratify oeemsioned. '-- 0 Editors and Proprietor?;Xo. 20 South Street

:. ticnlar spot, to be designated by the local authorities to have relinquished.all right to any portion of the VIII For tl e of eatab the said treaty and Ihe amendments thereto ti above ABTICI.KJJ. -A*s'f Baltimore,1 K i
coraforlablv ( -
: purpose '
.., and gunpowder shall thence be conveyed, undei lands assigned to others in severalty, or to a portion Hshing the Kfekap oTripe pf I/uiifihs jipon thelnn.lilo M-t furth.In The commissioners so namej shall immediately CLUBS! CLUBS! t jiU

-. the !nn>ecti9n of such authorities to depots,or filling, of the tribe in common and to tho proceeds of sale bo assigned to them in severally the agent of said tcst.mony whereof we Lave hereunto set our after their organization,and before proceeding anyother ia jpnlj necessary to examine the mica at which is
'?: designated by the government, (o which lh<; of the same whensoever made. hands ant seals this fifth day of May, A. IX 13UX to'ael
places tribe, ujxwijhe ratification of thIs treaty,shall ianseto business, proceed to name a fifth person **Baltimore Weekly Commeraal u offered to *
J III. recogn
ABT. At time hereafter
when *
}f parties Interested shall Lave acccs. under due regu any the President be CHIEF PAUTHEB-ortheElk. his x mark. [seal.] arbitratoi in'' in
of the United States shall have become satisfied that erected fo; ench hear of /family; a: iaifable as an ; or umpire any case.or.cascs the advantage orgtnl! neighborhood d Club lJ
4. lotions. kwfcllrng house to be for out of the fist CHIEF 1'AU-KAII-KAIIor. John Kenneknk, which they may thenueves diffpr ia opinion.
paid which the cost of the to each individual Is
adult moneys .
males and gratfreduced.
heads paper
being families vho
( : Fowling pieces,pistols, and ornamental or fancj any due said Indians..ftud not otherwise appropriated. his z mark. [acaf.l 1' Article in.
be allottee under the of A little effort ba=the1 part of on energetic
I weapons,as also small quantities of gunpowder foi may provision Ihe foregoing Anr. IX. It is that the CHIEF MACK: A TAIR'CHEE-iJUA.or Black pa-
4 sporting reserved for privale use, shall no* bo subject article,are sufficiently intelligent and prudent to of Indian.Affairs hereby, with the agreed concurrence Commissioner of the Secretary *' _' "J Thunder, his x mark [seal.] The commissioners' appointed as aforesaid-shall I son will insure to the' inhabitant of each' 'village sri

: to the stipulations pf the present article. control their affairs and interests may,At the requests of the Interior shall appoint a .eoramiaswuer PET-TI QUAUK. or Rolling Thuuder.A jneet at Lima within threo month after the"exchange neighborhood a first-class newspaper, at*rry modntf
"""' ofeuch the laud held uf the ratifications of this Convention and each' r *
persons.cause severally his x mark [seal.] ; on<1cost. --4.
XTI. whose duty it shall be ascertain
ABTICLB to the
r ., by Ihetu to be to them in lee amount oi of the Commissioners before proceeding to busi- -
conveyed, by patent losses sustained nation KEN-NE KUK or Stephen Pen sion-eau, any Make and rend In auLsIinJammry,1800.
firmans for merchant vessels ofthi, bj/said'Kichapoo by, reason ol up your
i The required simple with power of alienation; and at the his ness, shall take an ontb, made and subscribed befon
may mark seal.
the destruction of their limber and the oi x [ ] .
United States of America, on passing through th<, same time, cause to be paid to them,i n cash or i n the stealing MAIIMAII.SJ1E-COW-A1I. or Boar Track, the most Excellent Supreme Court, that, they will : -rrtexet
1,1 Dardanelles and the Bosphorus shall always 'be delivered bends of the United States, their' proportion of the their horses. csUlo, and other property-byjKe, '- '" _; her mark carefully examine and impartially decide, according TQ FARrU1T s;
I. in such manner to occasion to inch vessel I and hostile Indians, and said amount, when so ascertained x ] The attention of FaruscrsIP- &
cash Value of the credits of the tribe, principal and JOHN C. ANDERSON, scal.jJ:4Avcub.IL to the principles of justice and equity the principles
i: ; the least possible delay. interest then held in trusLbr the United States, and shall te paid as follows, vj ; the'amount olBusiainea .. ..g.T.' [ of international law and treaty stiDulalions: neon nil I the "Weekly Comrnerei44'

v*| ttJ i ABTICLB XVII.Phe also. st the some may be received' ,their proportion of shall O5C5 be oy.u .destruction oitiieir timber John E. Badger.iu mo p[ 'F1';: the claims1 laidJbeforo them under the provisions! of reports, wtucu arc maaa&sis. ....
caplains-of tnerchant vessels lof the United the proceeds of the sole of lands under the provisions steam saw and mill the purchase and said erection of a N. 8. Shale; '' :. this Con'ventlon.andunaceordance with the -evidence The Live Stock Market Report li I \JteIf s(
of tbis.treaty. And on such issued!and grist ,, provided sum shall not submitted the of either price of the 44
States laden with goods destined for the Ottoman Empire patents being amount'to'[more'1 thaneight thousand dollars William FosterT ? on part government.A paper
shall be obliged immediately.on their arrival at such; payments ordered to be mode by the President residue, if asy, shall be invested in fix cent;Uni the Paschall Pensioncau, his x mark U. S. Interpreter. similar oath sbalLbo taken and subscribed by the The Famers' Column will be made a pomir

the port of their destination, to deposit in the custom such competent persons shall cease to be members of ted States or state bonds and added to the per fund now H. C Purael, witness to signature.pf Paschall person selected bythe commissioners as arbitrator or tare the coming year under the editorial vfl3fS

feouse of cold port a true coplof their manifest.ttlr' said tribe, aad snail'become citizens of the United held in trust by the United States for said tribe\ and Pensioneau" ,," ', '" : ; c umpire, and 9&id na.th.9 shalkbe.entered/upon the record potent editor. -
., 6tate j and thereafter the lands M patented to them each I hereby'certify thai the foregoing f of the proceedings of siid commission. clubs and seed furl
; iv' ABTICM jcvui.T to member slid tribe shall be paid, in gold or treaty between Makeup along your names
shall be subject to levy, tszstion, and sale in like the United State and the Article ivl '
silver Kickapoo Tribe of Indiana V1'
+ r will be liable to confiscation by amounfhe or she may-nave lost by reason new yean -
Contraband goods with the of
oler citizens Provided
,- the Ottoman treasury i but* report or procea verbal, That manrr, before making property such to: the President of the stealing of horses, cattle, and other"property : concluded ou 'the ZSllr lay'of June1302, together The arbitrator or umpire being appointed, the cons When a Club of Subscriber* has been forwarded,
any application Provided. That said amounts shall not with tlje foregoing'amendmenU thereto made by the mid3ion shair without ditions be made to it the mmiterxna. It b'ISf j
; ftheslkgedaetof contraband,must, so soon as the they shall in court, in the district *, altogether, rs delay, proceed to examine may on
r aid rood goods are ached by the authorities,be drawn court of the United sppcar States for open the district Kansas exceed fifty thousand dollars. And if a !larger sum Benatoof United States on the 13th day of March, and determine the claims specified in the first article, necessary that the -,

t wp and communicated to the consular authority of the and make the same proof and take the came oath of shall be claimed and proved up, the amount shall be 1SC3,were read and fuliy explained by rue to said In* and shalijigar, required,one'-person in behalf of '--POSTMASTER?

Wtisen or subject to whom the goods said to be contraband allegiance as is provided by law for the naturalization, paid pro rata, and shall bo in full of all demands diane through Paschall Pensioneau. the United States each government on each separate claim. Each gov- are requested to act aa cgentsfor tmerciar
that the chiefs
1 shall belong! and no goods can be confiscated of aliens; and shall also make proof to the satisfaction arising from such'causc.' Interpreter above named behalf headmen and dele ernmentshallfunkish* at the request of,eitherpf,the and send: along the names ofj new en
gates on of said this
ART. X. Whereas some since oftho tribe day commissioners th'6 in
the fraud with them years portion papers its"po33ess.ion which '
eontrabandtinless to s6 thaf comthe'nce
regard of said
M court that they are sufficiently intelligent !- Incouhcil assembled did promptly, tlwj 'may
n Kicka t"down the ,,: freely and consent
Veil accept
Southern be
poos among Indians.and may iinwrUnltothe-jubtdeteri&inati<}njot of
and any
shall be duly legally proved. and prudent to control their affairs and interests; Is to said treaty/together'with said amendments and number of the new-volume for I8CG.
: "1-MJfcr. there reason to believe that but few, jf any. of the c1aimref r.
ABTICLB XIX. that they have adopted the habits civilized life, them will ever return, and they having been notified subscribe their names and affixed .their seals thereto :,Article- -.
and have been able -
All mercliaudisc the produce or manufacture of the to supports/or at least fire years, of the of this it is in my presence.
themselves and families. provisions treaty hereby agreed From the decision of the commissioners there shall A South-Side Historical War HovdJ
R t. Ottoman dominions ana possessions, imported into that they shall receive no benefits arising therefrom, Given under my hand this flh day of MayA D1863. -, be tiandtho -of three
V Ihe United.Btftte*of America, shall be treated the ACT IV. To those members of said tribe who desire unless they jelurn to the present reservation of the shall no givVfiillforce'and appeal agreetnen efiect to their decisions rof them Third Edition,just ready.

1 ame manner as the like merchandise, tho produce or to bold their lands in common, there shall be set a Kickapoos within six months from the date of this CHARLES B. KEITH, U. S, Indian Agent. to the. as
manufacture'of the most favored nation part from the present reservation of pie tribe an undivided instrument, in which case it is hereby agreed that Now. therefore, be it known that I, Abraham,Lincoln the well amount-with respect indemnification, jasticeb'C tint their claims as t) SUERY OF EAGLE'S KBtt

.. A3ltights; privilege*.*r immunities which are quantity,-snificient to allow one half section forty acres each be allotted to them, wjth the under President of the' United States of America do, to the claimants or and in case $the may be adjudged Being the Memoirs of a Staff Officer of Yirguffl.Ktedfrom .
cow,ormsy hereafter be granted to, or suffered to be to each chief,one quarter section to each ether head standing that they will occupy, improve, and cultivate in pursuance of the advice and consent of the Sen commissioncrs'can.not -
enjoyed by the subjects,vessels,commerce, or navigation of a family, and forty acres to each other person; and the same,and in every respect to be governed by ate. as expressed in their resolution of the thirteenth ; agree, the points of difference' shall 'be' referred *M J/it. of Col. Svrry 'oy J hJ&-

ofony foreira pewr Jn the Unitad States of said land shsllbe, held by that portion ofthe tribe for the same rules and regulations as is prescribed for the of March, one thousand eight hundred and sixty' to the arbitrator'shallbe heard"and or umpire, before,whom the ootnraiasioners Cooke* leitkfour!pane iHattratiom.*1mseIa

; America shall-bo equally granted to, and exercised whom It Isiet apart by the same tenure as the whole government of the lands reserved by" the preceding three, accept, ratify; and confirm gold' treaty,' with budooUiou flhallWQhalrtlelevi 4DOpages. FTiC$ Ai ff&

navigation of the Sublime Porto.BTiei.EXXs. treaty of ISM. And upon such land being assigned in ART. XL- There shall bo reserved' six hundred and testimony whereof,! have, hereunto signed wy The decision, of the mixed decisipn shal be executed j_. the Valley campaign to his death,; in coasts*

I common the persons to whom it is assigned snail beheld i forty acres of land to bo selected by the chiefs of said name and caused the seal of tie United States to be without appeal by each f the con tractIngartles, intercourse with I ee, Jackson", Stuart, Ashby,FeIb

: be to have relinquished nil title, to lands asuigned tribe of Kickapoos as a site for a,saw and grist mill affixed. '-- and it shall,bej.be.dqtyof the commissioners t resort and other celebrltieti hoe rf
-The present treaty when ratified shall substituted we, vivid picture
severally, and in the proceeds oi sales thereof ihreo hundred and twcaty- acres where the mission Pond at j the city' of Washington thS twenty to theTespective! gorernments the result! of-their
life M
for commercial convention of the 16th of Auvttst army at the South. In 4tnIr
the whoever
whenever made, or should a majority of the adults house now Is,'and one hundred and sixty acres where eight day of May, in the year of our Lord, one proceedings;scad if the decision cf*aldcomoii ion- a word deIIneatiI
18S8, between the Sublime Porte and Great males of said class decide to to the Indian L. story o .$tVrjng-indden with a truthful
remove the bouse built for the agency now is, which, with Sv thousand eight)hundred and sixty-three, and era requite thdba nlent of indemnities (o any cfrthe:
lirilsin.onthe footing which the commerce of the country south of Kansas, then and in that case,their the improvement/ thereupon, shall be disposed of of the Independence of the'lJnitedStates the elaimants.ttseuwStetermiDed by tha said;commissioners noted events, fine drawing of.character,end a

United States of America has been heretofore placed, new bore shal} 09! be limited to the quantity'' above when the objects for which they have been reserved eighty- e.venllu -. 'fih'all be'pald by the government against position of the.views and motive*.pi Southern

and day of oontiane.Lbs in force for twenty-eight years from the designated, but shall be as hire as can bo purchased shall have been accomplished in such a manner and ABRAHAM LIFCOL3T.By which they ar awar le witbia one month: afteriaid conflict just closed all told'in the pmre tan g5II"-

the two contracting exchange parties of the being ratifications however; and at each of with the proceeds of the tract to which they would for such purposes as the Secretary of the Interior : the President : government shaH have received,the report of said- unusually delfghtfuI.Etjlc, .thk, .olse 1J -

to give to the other, at the end of fourteen, liberty have been entitled had they .determined to remain shall determine to be just and equitable for the benefit William H Seward, Secretary of State, commissjj ere rand for any delay InJha,paymoul of come guest** -

(that time being$ fixed, u the provisions this years, upon the present reservation, com puling the same at ; of the Kickapoos.ATT. the sum awarded aftet-the expiration of said moth Mailed to any part of the:United Sta'cS
will then have come into full fo-ee.) notice for treaty its the rate of at least one dollar anti twenty-five rents' XII. The fund now held in trust by the Unl- )&.Proclamation by tho President of the. United States the sum pf sLxf pfiJ'cent lnteret shall be paid'during rccept of price. ,,

; vision,or fur its determination at the of re. per acre t Provided, That the purchase of 'such new ted States for said tribe of Indians for educational of America. such time said delay shall.continue.. 707 FJ.flUNflGTONkC0.tM- -
; expiration a home shall be made by the Commissioner Indian shall be invested in Whereas a Convention between the United State .
six .
purposes '
cent United.States --Artfciei- -
from the date of that notice and per : New
year so again at the 429 Street
Ii ";' end twenty-one Affairs, under direction cf.the Secretary of the or state bonds, and the interest theieof, expended of America and the Republic of Peru was concluded ,
years. Interior, and at such within said Indian For thejpurripjerorfwjiHtatiB] ; tha. 'labors'bf.the
country annually,under direction of the Commissioner and signed by their respective Plenipotentiaries at
The shall receive its execution
present tieaty in oil
: *nd ot the province ot the Ottoman ..Empire as ho buy select And Provided, also That tuch of Indian'Affairs,,for agricultural, school, and other the city of Lima on the twentieth day of December mixed commission,each government shall appoint asecretaryijtaj&aSteCfn'lfoa F. UGHTE & CO.
; everyone
new borne shall be purchased and the Indians entitled beneficial forsad1ndians. Jn the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred transaction of theirlbusinesa

_; I that ilsiesty jf to the*ay Sultan, in all, the situated possessions in Europe of his or Imperial in- within removed thereto, at the cost of the United States,. ABT. XIJL.purposes Inasmuch as it was provided by the, and sixty two, whic Convention,, being {n the Eng and to keen a record o their proceedings, andfor, the (Law LIghtc, JTewtocf fir ,Bradburl;)

Asia, in Egypt, and in the other parts of Africa be the Use period of' two years after the completion ci!r treaty between the United States and said Kickapoo, lish and Spanish/languagcs,is;word forword-ss follows conduct Ihorized oi.thhirTbdsiaees'sai'd commissioners areu.
surveys herein'provided, (or. And such Indians enteredlbtO'Onlhe 18th of A.D 1831 i make alIjiecesary,1es.- M.tNrFAcTrREE HOSTHlgkttt CUSS FI1Q'
day :
longing to the Sublime Porte,jn Servia, and in the shall be entitled May, .-,-vrt >" -
united Principalities of Moldavia ood lYallachia. to the benefits of their full propor the President may cause to be surveyed, in the same Convention between the' United States of America Articlejh.The ProsiunratM.4nson 1VO11J$!
tionate share
of all
; f S *-" "<* ARTICLE XXt.- the tame manner that asfesls they belonging would have to been taid triba.entitled in I manner that provided the public for the lands Kickapoos are surveyed it Is the that reservation and Whereas the Republic differenees'have of Peru.arfseu"betweeuh; Unl, detipns of,this cemmlssibn,oeof) tha-umpire Exhibition of th. I&duttry of all Naii iu.mui .

bad such removal not been made. ayeed jn case of a: difference between the commissioners, well known establishment U now cn
It Is always understood thai U>. &vrernment of the the expense of said surveys shall be paid by the Uni ted States of America and the Republic of Peru, shallbe final-and cij1 sine? andlhall bo'carrietnto; .1. 'F.'Ol.LIGflTgand WUSENSTs.ttbI124'1roorne o
united States of America does ART V> The Kickapoo tribe ot Indians; entertain, ted States, and all expenses incident to the negotla- originating In (he capture and confiscation by the full effect the
*rtkl. Ii the present treaty to not pretend for by than any lug the opinion that it is the desire of the government tioif and execution- this lrcalya not otherwise latter of twonbips'belongingto eiUiens'the United shall by eiermf4e 1iocontraetingpartte.>its labors fniix months!The commission st .between Crosby and lm.! > "9
stipulate more from
tht plain and fair oonstructionof the terms employed andlbe people of:tie. United,, StsU* ta extend L provided for.shall defrayed by lli*'Kickapoos }the Stales, called the Lizzie Thompson and- eorgana ; and including the day of its organization, provided City* MaO-:8| lyPLANTATIONS

vet Jo preclude in any manner the Ottoman railroad eommunicsUon-asfar wesios possible in the' same to be deducted from any funds applicable to bud the two governments not being able toopietan however atth time stipulated forth*termination; ,

from the exercise of its rights of internal government administration shortest possible time, and ''believing that it will I that purpose now or hereafter held for them/ in,trust agreement upon the questions Involved in said of said comreusion.
greatly cncbance the value of their lands reserved in C the United States and the and confiscation. animated'with anjreaj?pr.cssesifcoald'ttpending -
where the exercise(V ths. tight. does by J Commissioner of In capture being equally before IheTrmpira ofld waiting hi J deeijion, it is ?
net evidently infringe the severally by having a railroad built, connecting will L' dian Affahs, with the, concurrence of the Secretary the desire to maintain tntf relations of harmony understood and -
l> anolent tre&ties or.by upon privileges accorded the eastern railroads running from the cily of Atchi-, of- the Interior, shall- 'from te'time-sn4.s.s which'have always existed, and which it is desirable thatsaldumpireisauthorized agreed by'the two contracting parties W E have for sale rome, >f tlur best -Ila

.of y:the Uz1 States or other thepr.unttreety zneicbgndl.e.t" citizens eon,jn the state of Kansas, westerly" in Ihe lrecUoiof promptly as practicable- adopt such measures and to preserve and strengthen between the two govern his decision) or award ia such to proceed and and make Florida ;Cheap for Csah or Credit. ,

ABncuc xxn. the gold pines in. Colorado-, territory} knd enter institute all such proceedings las may be necessary meats, have agreed Ui refer all the questions, both of his report thereof to each of case the'orcaaes two" Upon '-- THUBBERiSO.CLR *CU-*
tainin the opinion that the Atchtion and Pike's Peal and not otherwise Tor law and fact involved is the governments,
? : provided in"order to the full capture and confiioa mentioning the amount of indemnity such sbalr- 1Ideg'anadIni,second floor.
coditnetlog partisalsve to op. Railroad Company, incorporated by an act of the leg execution of all and every part of this treaty, '. 1 tiott of said ships by the;government of Peru,, fo the have been allowed by shall be'final S Aprill2-3t 24. "

Jotolnti Us'' COifm1uloen1for. Ise4utieL the jott.terunt of a. islative assembly of the territory of1 Kansas, approy.cd ABT.XIV.* It is further agreed .tkat:all rights. decision of some frtendljr Power; and it being now and conclusive in the bisuchrairBTd same manner if Jtha4 been
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4 yf ? Iened ,MfcW Wr.ttityrwftb February 11th, 18i9, has advantages for traWl and titloyand interest of the Kickapoos in their present expedient to proceed to and regulate the reference as made by the commissioners under their
olaU0BJ of th present treaty, as transportation overall other it is reservation shall above described own agreement Dcors
companies therefore: cease, and Ihe fame if hereby ceded theUnJ.te4States oA'fiea'and proyided that oid decisionLthall be made $
.rf by
well Icpon/me.rctaii4i of eyeryaescripUon/ being pnnided that the Atcqison and Pikes Peak Railroad to and' vested in the United 'Stales, subject tot the thelttpubltaof Peru-have, for that purpose named said j .wifila the ,
umpire hirty days after
ih prc-dnee or toahufactorft.f the United States ofAie Company shall have the of Irtnft.stionlaud for their final ads-
privilege buying theta. the purposes herein expressed and respective Plenipotentiaries -that is to say the journment ofseld coinmlsslonand; 'at the
*> 'Ttfi ported jn to the OltomanEzaplre U 04 upon.; mainderjof their land within -six- months -after th,'. prOvIded for President the United,8Uteybii, appointed Christopbeif of the said thirty days; the power; and authori1yherby expiration

articlesAfercyIfserfptiorr! produce or jnaon.ficturetf tractrfcereln otherwise dispoiedjctf shsll have' boon XV, Any stipulation? izf former treaties inconsistent Jkblnson theit. EnvoyaExtroordmary,. andMinister granted,to said umpire shall cease. ? (tlcvtiowan Kapire and 4ts{ poeseison elected and set apart, provided said railroad eempa; ( with those embraced in the foregoinyartlcles -' Plenipotentiary to Peru, and the President : : ,

.wUeVMUiatoitflf Ih9 JJoi?** Btalei w tbelrgets By purchft e.lhe whole of jocu'lands. at the t4t shall be of no force or effect.Ant.XVL of.Peru,'Don''Jose'Gregorio"Pas Soldan Minlster of AtIclex :

: are freemrWis"i lDoourrrth.; btonanjv one dollar and twenty-flve.c per,acre y and when houtd the Senate1 reject or amend any, State in the office of Foreign Relations and President government sh'all pay-its own commUsionwiapd /

pire fortxpofUilOB' to the IJniUd' Etafos o? to any Ihe selections shall have been made and assigned atftforejald of the foregoing articles/sucb rejection or amendment of the Council of Minister, who, after' hiving 'exchanged secretary,,but the umpire shall b*paid cne hall

oonBtrv. 'leW ta:* K (f x wf i. PT., tt shall be the duty of the Commissioner'of shall not 'affect.the other provisions of-thls treaty/ their full powers; found to be In due-and by the Government of. the United Btates. smfon.hatl] ,- -

main in'cf fore*during the seven yearri, dating/rom Indian Affairs to notify the president of said railroad but the same shall go into effect when ratified. and proper form, hard. agreed-upari the following artIcleq by the RepubHeof Peru. :. .' e '
dit 'H raU .
the the lions.
exchange' c icompsny
thereof-and '
: If said railroad Moved. rThe
a .
company ilg-j AflhiCL51
p : Article x
__JEchjbf thi *o lracajot parties, al), have U (nines iU consent to purchase the <
laid'itrrploj lands
i.In testimony whereof, the said Charles. B. Keith "
: contracting parties agree fnvimiigaiai'. The present Convention shall be ratified 'and the jrftJf
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