The Cotton states

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The Cotton states
Place of Publication:
Micanopy Fla
George J. Arnow
Creation Date:
June 4, 1864
Physical Description:
v. : ; 63 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Micanopy (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Micanopy
29.506389 x -82.281944 ( Place of Publication )


Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began in Dec. 1860; ceased in 1865.
General Note:
Published at Micanopy, Fla., 1860-<Sept. 1861>; at Gainesville, Fla., <Jun. 1862>-1865.
General Note:
Publishers: George J. Arnow, <1861>-1864; J.M. Arnow, 1864-1865.
General Note:
"In God is our trust."
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 41 (Sept. 28, 1861).
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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1 To'tioe.
N the matter of tlbe Estate of' B. R. Hin-
son, the insolvency of said Esainte hav-
ing been suggestild'by t -he Administr;-ii':r,
it is therefore dered that all claims
against said Estao be rendered in to the
Judge of Probatetbh the 6th day fJune
next when there 0! be a pror ita ais'ri-
bution of the a-si'1. It i-A luitib... ).d r-
ed that the AdniitTatbr file au ae ....... i
of the assets i nd.0n aud the ela;ru-
_kfae,i nai 01entud-on or. b tforc

t B" ^'eid day"at which time ap[!i'.,L-
tioqd will be amade for hut:era of a final din-
ch'qrge from further Administrii *:.lf
said Estate.
Jud",e of Probate.
Dec. 6. No. 521-6m
SIX MONTHS after date,\ -we will pre,
sent our accounts-and vovches to the H-on
.John Davidsop, Judge of Ptijltt o)f aui
for the county of PolkSti.ui ',.,t- Fi ,,r.l'..
as administrators on 11.4, ezL~ikr Su.'.1-Inir
B. McGuire, late of %, d iin V and ask for a final dlii.., li- iiv. Ilr:'-ni eiii a. I-
ministration. Alh~elrQ. i.-,aitfes andJ uLi-
ers, will please aiien.J.
TREATY P kRKER..kdmnr.
Jan 2d, 1864.. --';L,.

ALL pers-,,iis indelted 1.. Jatuze T. I.:,t,-
kins, late of Maiion Co. .lee'd, wil |I.Ie:-ise
make' early paymepti, 101-1 tto-: having
claims or demands are i,,ti'tied to present
them duly authenticated according to law,
or this notice Vill be plead in bar of' their
recovery. .
mar 19, 63-St.


S Galnesvlule, Via'.
Wifl practice in the Circuit Courtsof Nas-
au, Columbia, Bradford, Alachua and Le-
Ty. ouhtie~s of the Suwannee Circuit, and
/ ,)piia-and'Marion of thi Eatern Circuit;
ind'will also attend the Confederate States
District Court for East and' South Fla., and
the State Supreme Court.'
Gainesvile, Aug. Ist, 186:3. 34-tf., *
AW. C B olumbioncopyif. ,, .
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Attor-ney at Law- -
= Galnesvlb~, ;E'lla,.-'j-+
W'ILL attend promrtl:y to' all.usiness
iutrusted(tw his 'care in;.the Coun-
ties composing the Suwannee Circuit, and
k d arion 'f the Eastern :" ,
pot 81. No. 4T-tf ,
# *

Notice_ to Produ(i erls.
POST QU iLi KPtR& I 4 .h,'S Ol'fl.CE. 7'-l 1 KICND,')
Laike City Fli.. Apli d1."ih. .,.4. J
T N obecid u t],-e t.:, ,nitrn:t,.,h- f',.,tn iin ..\sia-
- -tant Qu:,rw.*l m ),t,::',:,en,.rl ,, I -:. K x in
K indA -Ricll,, "Va.. Pl.,. .r. r,, l.'.,rn,.. are
tthereb y not-i ...i t),.it i-h, l ith .-.'ht i-,r L-.,,i, "
toireceive tlh... | it ,, fax :it ,,ll l," icp,,r. in tlhi
"D i'.tri.:t. r l.,. I :tilih ii t^ f i .i- 1 i i-i t lt l i -' t *h i ,.r,*., ...-
,bl,- I.., the o h(,.'-I 1 rr- ,, w ill ri -:1,,' I li.I .ilc t,- t l ,i -
I,,fl'**l[ r-ii :liin. .1 tl,.,' c -' iii.deI'' i,i'," ", -~'i.ti
pru,.hh_,.C. r. L. LiA2, l.
SCapt. & -.- t r. ',ias. st Codn Dist,
April 30,lSO,. 6y--t. 181 -

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Administrators Notice.

g'INE months, after th latee hereoflI
.N 1 wilN present my accounts and vouch-
.ers. as A-fr'inisti atrix ofthe Estite of Jas'-
C..Standly decease d, t.o, the Judge of Pro-
bate of Alachua County, for a final -settle-
ment, aRd asl to be isehbarged from-fur-
ther administration on said Estate.
January 80, No. "59-'.-)m

S IX months after date, I will apply" to
the Probate Court of Ma1rion County
Fla-, for final dibmis-ion as Adnuiniltra-
4rix of lthe Estate ol'Ephram Blitch, dec''J
< All persons having dernands*against the
estate, will bring them forward or they
will belawed. F. C. BLITCH,
..... Administralrix.
arch 5th 1864. 61-6m *
<..NO TI CN 3B
IrTo all whom ii may concern, I Stephben

-G O. Brown, Administrator on. the Es-
tate of Jno. S. Addiion, deceased1, late of
Marion County in the State of Fla., have
made and constituted Wm. T. Harrison of
paid County,* my lawful agent in tiheen-
.iire management and Admintisiraiion of
paid Estate.. S. G'. BROWN,
'. ; Administrator.
kMareh 5th, 1864. 61-tIf .

j.-, N O TWICE.
S, IX months from tlie date of this notice,
I will present my accounts and vouch-
e ra t19.the Hon. Judge of Probate, of Her-
mando County, and ask to be discharged
from the Adm'nistration of the Estate of
John B.-McNat(, late of &aid County de-
' ceased. ,SARAH J. McNATT
I Administralrix.
March 6th, ;8G4. 61-6m
SI Tvmonths after date, I will present
my accounts an4 vouchers Jo J. C.
Gardner,.Judge of Probate of the State of
^> Florida, for the county of Alachua, as
Ad of the Estate of Isaiah Floyd, late
of 8Zd county dec'd, and ask to be dis-
charge from further Administration of
paid estate, Persons having claims will
present them on or besfor that time, and
those indebted will make immediate pay-
3nent. W. R. KJENNEDV.
January 16, I No, 67)m *

.SIX months after the date hereof ,
shall present my final accounts and vouch-
era to the Judge of Probote of Levy Co."
and apply for a discharge as AdJ^x. of
the Estate tfJBenj. Brooks, laIe of said Co.
*" rAdminist'ratrix.
January I6th, No, 67-6m *

A young man in the army of' N!Va.,
is anxious to .open & corroapou de ck b .
with some young lady witha- vi6w
of Matrimony. Must 'be good looking'ana
of a cheerl'ul disposition, and real nama a
jr-equired.- : ;-
Address J. C. S.,
2d Florida Regiment, .
'- A N V a '

.,,'-N .HANCEItY-! .
Va. t
Jamrees A. ed,!ii Sec W ar .
2. R. M:allory -_Aac of Navy "
et al. '
_IT apr,ringto the sati.faction of the Court
that the qLd def'vndants, Jurocs a 8eddon,
Secretary of \VWar, and Stephen R. Mallory, Sae.
uf tho Navy ol the Confeaeratd States reside bo-
vonJ, the lim'nit, of the State o-f Fiurida, to wit, in
ihi. State of Virginia, Il is therefore ord'reA
that, ,otite be pfrt'ctwd by p:ilbhualion for ti-;
sp.,.: of four nit,'nthsa i. inncoidace with tha e l
terni-rof thE. stit-tie in such .ases made and
pr,:,viled. and thit th-e said defendants be ro'quir- i
et to 1-leiad anowej or domur tw sfid bill of com-
plant, within said time or the same will be taken
as c-oufe'-ed against them. -
t;ivwn under my hand and s8al of office, at, April 30th, IS61- ",.


C 1 IX eon,hes vih r .t '.. .I .:U .-re:.;0 '
k 1 i .- :V.i\ ,,,t .: ",,, t li' .:. L.-.:,'+ ;.:, d .'l.;..
Gardr.'..,' .rir 0t 1l a,.,bai 1 of rho.S.ta5 e
of Floiida,- for" tbh couuty or' \lachlua,
as A(lmi'uli r:,t,'r of The r-state of C. C.
Stewart, latei"if siidl c,,uiy d dC'e:ea'e,1,
and ak toI-) e d ch:,igr_--d f, om futrtier awl-
miuistratuou of ',aid etaie.
+. .i ldnr. de uD' ron.
May,:14,g1864. 21--Oeui

May 7nth.8. 2u 0 41m


SIX WEEKS after date, I wlU apply to
A. J.'Cassady, Judge of Probote of the
State of Florida, for the county of SUmp-
ter, for Letters of.Adninimsration on the
estate of James Weaks, late of aaii
county deceased. HARRIET WEEKS.
. April 23. 68-6w *

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the rate of three thousand dollars per ri- :
num; and the salaries of all said officoig
whose compensation is above two thous-
and dollars, and does not exceed the sum
of three thousand dollars per annu.m,
-shall for the same period of tiWe, be in-
creased at the rate of fifty per cent. per
annum; but it is hereby expressly declar-
ed that the increased compensation pro-
vided for in this act shall not'"be paA to
any officer or employee in any Executive
department of the government who isiia-
ble to perform military duty, or is able to
bear arms in the field, unless such offiwer
or employee shall first obtain a certificate
from the head of the department in which
he is engaged that his services are abso-
lutely necessary to the government, and
that his place cannot be supplied by any
one known to be head of the deparftent
who is not subject to military duty, *bich
Enid certificate shall be filed with the Sec-
ix tary of the Treasury before the money
i3 paid : 'and it shall be the duty of the
3;aid Secretary, at the beginning of each
session, to communicate a list of all such
certificates to Congress: Provided,,That
no clerk, whoi by virtue of a military com-
mission, receives ration's or commutat'ft
of rations, shall be entitled to the benefit'
of this act.. .. .
Appr oved, January 80, 1864.'.
',. '. {No. 2^]. -"
An Act to regulate the collection of the
tax in kind upon tobacco, and to. amend
an act entitled "an act to lay taxes for
the common defence, and carry on the
Government of the Confederate States,"
".approved April 24th. 1863.
The Congress of the Confederate St"tea
of America do enact, That the lax in kind
(.: .o.-? tenthl imposed by said act Apon all
tt-..-rtc0 grown in the Confederate-States,
instead 9f being collected by the .-post
quartermaster, shall be collected by. the
,!, .:r;ii appointed by the Secretary of thi
T'"easury to collect and preserve tobascOc
ten t]ae tax assessors shall transfer thehr
estimates of. the tobacco due fromeasch
iplanter or farmer, specifying both quar.-
iii.; and quality, to the said agents or their
duly authorized sub-agenis, taking their
receipts therefor, and also transmit a
copy of these estimates to the Chief of tha
Produce Loan Office, and when said to-
bacco'hag been eo0leeted, the said agents
shlal lbea liable? for its safe custody. .
See. 2. That each farmer and planter,
not earnler than the first day of Juue. mot
'later than.the fiffteenth day of July, shall
deliver l'is tithe'of tobacco in pricing or-
d1,r, put np in convenient 'parcels for ,
'transpoitation. at the itearest pricing de-
pot, of which there shall te not less thaI o
one established in'"each county by iti
Cge.'nts.for the collection and preservation
ot tobacco, when the said tobacco shall be
prized and securely packed in hogdheads
-or other pickagep suitable for market, bL,.
said agents.
Sec. 3. That the tax assessor shall re-.
quire a swa'ement from each farmer or
planter as to the different qualities of to-
hicco racedd by Mim, and. shall asses- nas
duethe Cont'edeiate Stmtte. one-tenth of
said qualities, wltioh shall be stted sep-
arately in. his esiimale?, and slhall be'de-
livered separately by the farmer or plan-
te r atthe prizing depots.
i Sec. 4., All acts and parts of acts in-
donatiuant with the foregoing are hereby
repealed. :
Approved, January 80, 1861.
; '' :/'-:. [No. .1 s.] -' -**^ y
An- Act to extend the'provisions of an'aot .
entitled "An act in relation to the re-
ceept of Counterfeit treasury notes by
public officers." Approved May first,
one thousand, eight hundred and sixty-
The Congress of the Confederate States
of America do cnact. That the provisions
of an act entitled "An act in relation tb
the receipt. 5fcounterfeit treasury notesby
public officers," approved May lst,.pn.d
tihomsand,'?tglt, h~nii.e.ft&^nis+ty..dij'c
be, and the same are here'by exten'044 A'.
a. to embrace .all counterfeit," treanurr
notes received by the public officers men-
rioned in slid act, prior to.the first-day'o*
kauiiary, ia the yealr eighteen hundred
anJ sixty-four.
Approved, January 30, 18G4. "
May 21,. 72-4t ,

-A large black horse, former ly"-6wned
by Emtnett JUhnston, of Chamibers'
Co,2d Fla.TCav., strayed from Ca~mp Milt-
on on the 4th of Maiy. A 'liberal reward"
will be givcn fur his deli.rwyl,-. .
J. 1). COLDING"..
May 14, 81--2l ... --" *'*-
To the, Tax Assessors and Collectora
of the State of Florida. "
Tallahassee,'i1664. .}
NOTJCE is hereby given to-l he Ta-
..s -essors and 'Colleutotra of 'the Sitar
o! l''l,,'-,ia, that *they tare authhorized t0
t',.,: e.. e Con federal e.Treasury-Notes 0of t'h^
new issue in payment ofall fc'ate. JOHN Ml.T'ON.
Governor of Florida.'"
May 14th .21--It. .-, ._3
'. ; ;. :
CAMP, 2i FLLA-.,"-io'T "V.
April i8th; 18fit."':'f / .
MR. EDIToa :--?lease..^JiaI.notoaed thn
sum of for will
please insert the advertisem-ent euclosed!

in your -paper as often as the money will
pay for. -


1" J"NG C-O)JI I_ ,T .r-R 'JIFRU-T.9'


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[No. I1 .
li l,, I .I tile provis-
r, .Sct tbeteiiL nn'.,iid.
ss (.f the Conf-,,hr:ite States
ena".-. T'i the provisions
rl. ; .. v \~t Lo increase
and employees
-islative Depart-
., *..ober fhirteenth,
ino :-i1 sixty-two, be aRid
11--'1 continued in forces
i. by Congress.
p s d +.t, 18G1.
,J, .'ons pa'n~ed at the .f,'urth

.' .\ in ittti.-atrixs: Notice.
L: 'L!Eltl of' o ,liministration having
S 11 .raii te.I tl:o hlie urder.inel, hy
he', n,,b te..- 1_unt uf Marion F'),ui., la'ht.
tin the E .iat,.' of el eur'.v- W ,ol *in
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B. Y A U T H (-) L.-. iT'
Acts and Recsolutioiis Ipascd ,,,' ... '
session of the firet Conyrres, 1hV-. i -
[No. 1.]
.n .V'. )1 )Amehil so much of SPctiui .:,.L.\
of' the Tax Law as require-, one. ten h f
the sweet [,otltoes prduc-1 ltihk ye-" I
\ *. ,. ii.|I t ,l h.., G",vern--

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lion eleven ,., .. .. .. ,
the common .lelence, a -',y on the
Government ,filhe Cor,' Y.-' ,1 y "1.' "
a],pr,-,ved \^\'.\ !Tj. -: ., ,h *
[h i I 'rod and ,i:l ,- t.., ,',. ."-
[ I.-.' i .... l .1 to C ', ( ... -" 0 ,, o f th e
;". 'i ,. 1.1ta .o 1 i r*.. in the present
year to the I .1 ._--'1.i. It'. Government, be,
ao .L,_. 11,'.. J. as t o authorize the- produces
'of sweet .pottoes, in the yar r. eighteen
hundred and Sixty-three, 'to make comiiu-
,i..,, ] ,Vl, t '.t. 1 the m money iva.luoe of
' i,. ,.. ( ,i.i ... i,- ., i **" pp aym ea:t "in
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W\VrcE%-s Simaleln Iehvi-).-I,), A'lI'I.
upon the Estate of Baroet yner. d.:,. .,--
ed intestate of said Coutntv, hI. i, thi. J. y
filed in the Prob.'ie", C,,m t of aid C,,unty.
a writtc suggestion of the insolvency "of
said estate ; ili'ref['ori. n.:>l ce I- I.-7r>leh.
given to ;1ll [,erA-,1= h tvi.vii,, c! ,i,,,-.I.,t.i], .i
-' *] ,I d .c e a -: .; l i,. ''.-( ,;'- '*. h l l 1 ,in' i,,,,,? ,,*i
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be a p i, r I t ..' .,*,n ,'..:,r,,. u i .-L ^ .
fl'ed .t'.r-Q o t 'i ", .' ,' ... ,, .
G Ivetl u11njer ii .... t '-' .,t '.i.'. :f
at Ocala JLUl ) 6.i`ih, .1',
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Fort- months or less, $5 0-)

SBu6ORIBRs.--Persons seeing their p'a-
pars marked thus-- X-- will know that.
theirtime has exphed or'about t..c-.expire
Those in arrears will faver dszbW r remit-
ting, as our caeh expences arey-ery hea'.','.

-. The Press. ,
Curran said of the Liberty of the Press:
"That great sentinel of the State, that
:grand detector'of public impostors ; guard
It, because when it sinks, there sinks with
It, the common grave, the liberty of the
subject and the security of the crown."

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ficates':- ..... v.O )( '. L',*** ,_' ;.s'fji,,le
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Resolved, by thle Congie ass of the CoB; ,
federate States ( i .1',,,.';.:, That, the pres-
ent is deemed-a fitting occasion ( remind +
the.-'eople o'f the C JI- '-.., :I'. S t'l e. i
they are ,!- i._ I in a struggle .,,'t,,
,,reservation. both. of' .hibCrty .ard. .civ-iiza-
tie'.,.. : ,i .. ho 1 .- if'e br for-
too :' may be re-
...," ':, .* .,:,' .,.io1 lhc, m3>3 c3 and -their
[ ""* i. i,.. i ..' "* ,,ij:&yir nr _-.; ;. inappre-
;. ; .] .;a .i al tg o t assure them
S ,'. ,. ,rt; ;.f th- Congress, the
rosources ::,-'*T:, *~ ".v'*' ; with
ed wi,h .dz, ie
,-'.' ^.a-de'l wi'J, care, s.ud'ii ^ 'iled
:d, 'are
..-. .i r i.'.r are rcor- @ 1w0'. sufficient to
s support the r"osz, o;rc'acted war which it
can be .v. o-e for our indepen-
.1 it."..'A ; nd, t o c ,.i *^e,'y* c-nsild-
eration ,, i'i', < ,* ,,flcnee freemen and
paftiots ^',rguanamim0US si rendler of
.'1 [-;.. ..:... n' ,u.: r t.' feuds,; to an, indig-
~ri I1-i-,u;k ....' ,.'- ry exhibition of factious
teniper. in ,:',.,.ever quarter, or upon
wh-.itever ire'exi it way he made; to a
generoius t6,prt of !>l branches of the
tIo%-tinment in ih? I- inmatee exercise of
t heir :'i-.ith ,t'i,,.i -.l. .. '; +; and t,)
Si~artii:,)ll,.,I.IS an di. IIn ;ll'i-lh ai l l itriotic
c,:,.,:[per-'tti,.,n w ,>,hv il ,%l,.,i, i'-1pal rt t' ) our
cItse the irresiitible strength which
srtiil- front uuited coun;ils, fraternal
.foel~ri.-, and f..r v.,n, devotion to tie pubi-
'lii; weal.
".. IJ. ..1 1 -22 ]'-34.
...... -... [ N ':- +.3 ... +
An .\>e, t... |di." tl.,. procuring, aiding
; "'Ld,.l a..- ; ing ,:,t'p<'rs,:,ns to desert from
thle atni% ,, t:,.:.. C ri"..-derate States, and
f,,:,r ,<.ti : i. .ur['05,:f.
--" Ii h: C,.n.1.-, ?t" the Coufederale States
o:,f -Ti,,:'.....i,:, e,,a.t, fhat every person
uor to t(le rules.add article. ofrwar
whj 41ill pro,-',,'e or entice a soldier or
per--n eur,,!l,:d for service in the nrmy
,I t 1. -0', nt',-l raite States to desert, or
wh.:. -I ., It r ts.sisi any desert'"r from
th, .,u .)r .nY pe,'son enrolleJ for ser-
"\i i '" :.,,?ir proper comm-inders
" ,*>r iu. -,; -.>. :;- t^'i" s!t ^,, 6. b -E tttrB edt- L .
i,,? -.,-.'v, ,.. -: n "i" ,,,iriwiagly con-
e> l > Ih;* :.. .,. *i. : ,..i le' rter, or shall
[,nrch.-ie? f '..,h" .. ;-, or i-rpe son en-
r.olld foir -01"', :-.1- ,- pI. 'tmH "his D. I arms,
':':1 :..l_ 'n-s, ra.ti,,u .,c ,: ,thiinr '. or any
).lJ.' I "t *" b ri*ln -' ', l t ,, l. 1 i. t O f I '. l' l:
.;4) a es, ::,'' 'iT ,t_4.r- r ,:,ii 1,1]eri o[' t h,:, 1C ,j'r
te i.,, .' -'.r .it >.'2Lo ll u **:,,, ', :.,:,llV 'i,-. ,,i i #.:., -
!...*.L te- D istric L C our Ot f:,t th? it.l..l.--', ,i-
51aies, having jurisdiction uf the ,t L ,.
be fined not exceeding cnejLhoasasud fiJ-
I *rs, and be imprisoned noL ,:x, -edoig,
S.?'n.woved, Jnnutry 2-1, 1- !.D
':.;o. Ii. ]
"A,, Act rt it, .r."h, h.h pliinre. .i oartain
(:,; "-'-:. L .ii f -..' g ;'..'r ,]t'i :- hlO l e.
1.. ^.' ..-,i'v: '.- : :- '.. ;'ede rate 81ates
of iinericaido c c '-:.' Chaplains in
tire army,in aclt. i t.-', .ce in the field,
?h!.ili !.e enttiled to (1, :w forage for one
.Ju,'se: P,'r,6il-,l. Th.. Chaplain has a
L,..,r'f e in !,!: use.
AL..(,r.:.- i J -i.uaiv *22, 1864.
[No. 17.J
An ,'At -,i nii.,';z I the.appoinlment of
C. 1,.
:. w.* :\ r. .-; t:. "f .i.'11 .- i' : i.* ir .' li ~ l
'i .... ,.l. .. r .;-. : [,: '. (''oUf.,,lerat..; S' il "?
of .Lt.j.. i ,,:.'. i. 1"j- i t1 Pre 1ent.
shu, 1, 1) v J w a ii tl e *,'Jviu and consent
of thl' [ate. apl.,,oiL tau agent of the
Tre.tIury -i-ariment. whnoe *tuly it shill
.'e ,., i, t W.!e" ,:,*. t ,, ih ., Mh. B ip.i, at
su' ; "i /.t it .. .',, i ... ,';-,_ "^*.-.:'ff -iic.b dttt;,?_',
a"S. .-I i.. { l ir t LI .. *i. .-, i. i! t, h .' f-i.: : i ri l !, l i
"-'V h 5', :.:.i-tn :'y ox. l'h. '! .-:-. '.i ,viiii a
''! :."y .ji i'.:..., r '.":i'- -ir.; d ', l t' l if r a n -
r. .. ,i ;. );' ? .i.i- l ; .i '*') i ij '* i ".i uJ;J.I c .
.---. :' ,-.'y ..: l he ri easury
ii t' h e t.:,7,-t t ...'; full:-elon Io Ike
; *j. L I: a .!) -, ).. i ;-t'uy ,1,.il ,..,r f'u n -
:." .* ILI.'.:, .. h i t' teht M ,i ': -; p i
*.** ,,_i-', Itn-. *i ; -.. : *.' i.'. y ; ;" co m t. etei t
*to ,i; ^ .,. I V' ** ..rt. i t1 i 1_ ,;l '- i .. c pcpiv er to
.,ti,. C.j i. h-C u-[p ,i', ri :.f such clei'ks,.
and to p es,.'ri.: scu i-.'tgutations for the
g0V\erulUI:t as suhl ,IgeMOIt 1111d clerks, .as,
lroni little to time, the sai'l Secretary um't
d,,.em uiproper: Provided, That ,ueh clerks
.-hill re(cki\e hfl) ? salari,.s provided by law
for zituilac servi,.es iu the Treasury Do.
See. 3. That 'MN act-shall expire+on-
.the day o, the ratirii'-aiou of a treaty of
peace l)clwee the Coufedierate States and
the Ut~ire.,l Stales ot Amerina.
provedve, Jainii, *27, 1861.
M May 14. 71-4t.
,- [No,_ 2,.J.
An Act; to am i,! "*an arit. to p-ro'.ide a
nU, o! t h:ti -iii g c''r( l' ms fu~r njen-
ey ng->i)',- )..i'ct .atiie .':? .tO.? noI
0t-h'er ,.. i -'. i.,, .' "i','" q ." i t.J
g~r1;t ,_,0. l :.,ji
'l lhe ('.iigl'es?- t,..' cr. '".'1 >.A*.-ira).e Slates
of Ameri,:; d ,* i o _^', i '. -,, m ushi of the
+f!rst se,: r.'i '.., 5a.,di ,,?t as requires the
A[ l h-'.iie L.^'UefI l tO report tO ,t:" ,' l C- g'ess
tt[,,,l si'tl, 6.iiln be and the same is here-
I,',- ,',:[.,e .tle ,J. **...-*
'. Apiproveil, January 80, 18601. '-
~ [P. 21 1 .

Dis,,ldtion of r.., .",i.,
r lt'. l. ti c ."- I l .:. ih -_',.. '. '.., 1. .I .
_I t ti i I ,. -, l I c v'J P ....
thi,: Mf, n ,: b ',' F l' .J.:,h, .,'.r ., .
J r .J _,i ,.-..i^ ):.,
E.0 1. Cj ll'_,'% -i 1')N-"
0 -v-i'!rt, F ila .\;.'r,; \'.: ~ "*.--- !, ".- *"
...... ,i ^l ... ...

-IIlE al,,ve reward will be paid. for the
J. ft'Alkwing nl tue..l deserter. .-
JOIIN \. GRIFFATH. B.urn in the
.._tll.e.. t,'J'i'.vi', f it, !i.'t laVi ('yes, '].t'rr..^
,, ,. lr 1ir C tL~ii'xti.,,. '-', ..,": *- f age, ?5 .
lef, l0 i~icb,'-h.- l i'I, },,, ; L',.,t .* si.,ii^a 'fh~y's-
iciaii de.:.._ '.'d .jr, tt-'e .>il of N .,. > ].-il i
1S,:,3; aL_.d ;i-tlule>.le, Lu be at su,,e- 3,;[ti -
al wiith a torged detaiil.... +- "
JASPER J. DRIit-;ER... Boirn in G;:i.
has gray eyesi, saii'ly hanir. florid e.'t,,plex=
ion~alhont 3'2 years o" ;ige. Six feet hii-'h,
hy occuipatian a farmer, resiide iu S,,uthi
East corner ut' Marion Co. Fl i. Thii -. iui
wfi? lu~rlo.ugh:l .-l*' th: 2,:.1 d'>y of J'.rnt.i.ty,
18,.i4, I'or '*Mdav.ya+.' an urgem~ an'l u]..ri-
el'otis ease an',J reiitnio-! aib-ent withoutt
l<-,tve, slopping .other furloughs -in : the
company. : .? "- +: : .
I wall p~ay $30 for the apprehien-:i,:,u eof
eitherr of the above named .trs.
.-' : A. J. NEAL, f"
1st Lt Comd'Ig Marin Light ,Art'y,
-He~xton-: Artiller'y'Batlaliuu i).Iltoa, a.
A p r il 9 d ,e --N ll : .: .: -H .;


p ...\r, i .I i h n, ', i V L :2 i "
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fY i L',:, ,_ ', 1 't r L I ,.'.. ": t = {

ri. .= ', ;'" .. t li f '' I --, .. f. ", f, t
I ,., ..iVf l :,t l A lh L It!.' ,. ," 1t, 1 XI. t -
lh .:,,,ze l .u l,-r r, rs : t.1 ',,' i,.,,-
tha;->d by tlhe Se,:.iri ny ,.l ,' i, ," ,..ieman~d
ai ,.I re:ei' e. in ,'Lu i 'i 'Ii .'i' th e, tax-
in k ind on -:i>ee :l- U k e 1if. UloLt 11t loI'- F.'I
i n s a i l l "U 4. o, I.
Approvel, Dec. 2.;t, 161O3.
[No. 3.]
An Act to prevent tlhe euli'mqin.,,t orenrol-
tnent ,:,;.l u l., it it,, in tl'i- m military -er-
\ r';,", ,:,t ,i n t Io. f.-d,.l ra[ e 4t it tet e
li',, ,, "-'. .u: ,,t t t.. tli \ ,.ule>?l.rtt S it.-t,+
ot'-Ai-.r,,a ,JI.) enact, Tha.t no pe ?os, t ia-
b,!e I,, ri1lit .'i tr ,'vi,'e shall here'ifter be
pi-eriiui te, uvr tll..w -,;.l t,., .tui n:3s!j a .i .h-ti-
Lilt-, l,:,r such sen'ie, li:4" Ill anvy sub-
-littre he receivol, eulli-ted or cuoillcd in
the tiititary service 7 the Conrri'e,.?ratte
Sth witar o
A ,trove,.1, DD e..- 2A, 1 $ ;;3.
"[ N ..' '.] ..' ",/ ^
Aul Act to"put, au end l,) the esaciptlo:,
t'r,.,i mili yry service'of ihose wh,:, L-,.
h'r>t.:,t,., lfdrni.-.h su) it;; uL (-S. :
VW h .t.:tas, in the present <';irettm ,?iAn,-_"e3
Ot 1110 c-._.unt'ry, it rculiVeSfithe a':l of all
vwi., ace able to boar armc :
+ Tile C,.,nizress ,)f the t-',)ntoderiate St -ile;
of A.ji;,-ri',a do crn-'ct. Th.t u,, p-.r'on sha-ll
be t.;.:u, p e 1. i f,,i m military ser Le e -,v ra-
SBtUi .t lii-. hfa% ing ilruilh d a iO.-il., it Jie ;
hll Iit is act sihil not Ihe si" corr[, i ii-,- 1 "
tu aifcct peisr(,ns who. :hv..ugh no; liabli: to
.,n. t.] O"u litary service. have, neverthe-
lese. rurnihle.- 3ubst:tnes.
+Approved-i, Jan..-5, l ,;.

.A rlI. t t':, CuVr 1 rnL,, iO :''I CU V a I C 11 .a 1 ,.,r!el.
"" .\ I A s' t,:) i ,,; {i- t, t'vi'Le ',., i :. !I .'-
tion ,.,! Cc",L it i p ,t.)I. I:r. ir; .-;,."La .l '
" -a'd[,p crNtl \ ilt- the i ,glateeii Lhun-
dred ind !ixty-three.
f lhe Coiigrts ol' thlie,. 'e I t'\'{-
of America duenaet, That tr, n .z tu: i: i
".A n Act to pri.'v'Ide !'or flhe (:,C ,.. ; r,.. .
of certain peison_- a ii t .,.. j ..
proiedl M-iy tlle lir.t. ti.Lihien I.11 ., ;
'rild sixvy-three, which, hy it, ,wn la ii
ii',,..n W,;Uwold expire on the 1irst el J;1,n1-
,r-,. ch;!letn hUndred and sixty-four be,
e,,,.1 the iiame is hereby continued in free
until tile first of'January, eighteen hun-
dred nnd Lzixty-five: .
Al,:u..'o .... J ,'i1 !5. ",t l^^i "-: "'; *-
A: +:-. ; [,.x :,. 9.], .. :. / .

Joint Resolulious of Thanks to General
Robt. E. Lee, and to lhe ,ul f. P-" and -ol-.
diers t d,:r b i-; .-. I ,,.
Whereas. The amiapa~gn, '' i -.*e
inud gallant arm ics CoVe.'ing 'L_. :'.:.-,'... ,.:
;]tv Coun ederale States ,ild -,g. i it,;. l -% i o-
cets:i\e years of eighteen lhiudre.J and six-
iy-t'v', aU.d eighteen hundlied and sixty'
three,.unrder hife Kaiderhip and ui coarinI
-%f tG~euer,'.l lobert 17. Le--. have been
crowned will glur' ,i.ti-m re tI (- ,!, :t." -
g,',,tti- superior forces rii:l..q..-d I ; ,,.,,.-
"em for lihec r nqiet of thie t '.t: ti- .,-.
pellinl'0 the i UV A ers _4 ,w il i 1, .' : ',-! .
and twi me traneifrtring th,- hit,t- i.-!,.',
t'r,,ui our own cuon'rv tio that of the erem,
my : Ariil, wl.ere,: tilee masterly '* L,..' ,
rn.,u .zc Ineve c,.rui, i ,_.,,'1,, tiii f.,:',iveroEmem -..
(.ih0,; l fIn riel..3 r:t thel .' :' v.. i '.,- of
(ri-,t P',i'tles-," which raised tthe siege of+
'h i,.' -i"....",.'!, ae ,.,*.*il a ti' -e ?0 ,, e o' -) IM-1ln')E K a [ ',c k : r y. i ..,. ,I .
tijru', .'t. S r~psh.irL:, Slhet, h rrll-r, ,TII. 't-'i i- -
erhfk'h~urg. \Vinelhester:. Gettysh-,t.i _*aAin
"Chanoellorsvile, comaund tlie adliriiionii .u
.and graiiunde of our, coutitry: -Aul,
wheleats, i .es? and oilier illu-ntiout- cr-
vices en-lerei- by this able eoiitiiiadLr
-sini)e tlhe c.nitmnonenieut of our war of in-
d-pendence, have especi-lly e-d.,';ired him
Stobthe hearts.of his countrymen, and tanve
i np0-, on Congress the gr.tifl' duty of
giviuj-slrps'-sion to their f'.liiigs : There-
fore, .
Resolved;b'b tille Congress of the Con-
federate States' of -America,! That the
-thyanks of+Congress are due, au-d ,re' ten7,
died to t general Robert E, Lee, and to
Ahe oiceis and soldiers of tlie C.,nifeder-
ate 'armies under'his conilan.f, ..,-r the
great and signnal vici.,iiis t ley' IhaTe won
over ()e vi- 't hou ,.,t ifie en(.t v, aud I',ir
'the iue' iitiile biTiV ie" tl]eY lv h: e'reader-
ed in- d4fence of the libel ty alid indepen-
d'ence of oura country;
K resolved that/the Pi'ehideal be reques-+
t~ed to comumunic'ate these resolutions t0
"General Robert E. Lee, aind to the officer's
and fcoldiet'fi ltereini designated.+ *
Approuved January 8, 18ti-t. -'...

A' -fUll set..bfBl I..k-sniiL ...,:.'l of. t,.
best juallit,%. i* l' ''
\- '-- L T P.! i h L .' *': "
@ : ..' = : :.. -'.. '.t Ct., (.

Councellori at, Law.
W ILL practice in all the" Courts of
EVEst-.Florida, particllatly in the.,
Circuit Courts -of Marion a-nd adjoining
Counties. Office at his residence two miles
West of Ocala, hse ,an be found in Ocala
ii mail days.
I Oct. 10. 'No. 44-tf

ALL p'r-,: i h iog clains,'ijn thiis ,i-
p-rtm e.nt >-f any biud liat.',cv t', \, ill
c,,iie *,,rw ird with,,iit del'ly, anIl pr'e.ei nt
+th ml )or payment asi e !.l w .ihrects, or
ri.-k file ,'j .-:eiji.inen.'es.
M.kj. ,% Br. M.
"Gin^e ill', Fla., March 2Q, 10..64.

StX moolhs after date. I Will presentt
my accounts and vouchers as Administra-
tor of the estate of Ed. F. Crews, dee'd of
Summer county, to LJie ,un Judge of Pro-
bate of said coanty, and a~k to be d,-
.charged from further administration of
eaid estate. L. B;.BRANCH, Adm'r;--
Dee 19, 4-6m.* + .

Strayved Mlulot/Foiind.
A morse colored rare mule, medium
.ze;-Seven.or ei ght years old, with a,-
scar on- the right; hipr'is now atrmy plan-+
tation, whu.h thi ,,n'-lu" g--tby calling. m
April -2.; G --It

S IT .MON'THS ater odate I will pre.",?,t
,my accounts and vo.',c.itchc,;s to J. C.'
Gardner, Judge of PrA)b tr,..,,fr the-State-
of Florida for the county of A1J IhVIt, as
Admr'X. of the es'ta,., orf Sn.ruL 0-ij.rd4,-
ceased, and ask to e .f I, -,-, *. e I t'., jI fu r-
'ther adm ni rairiiion of ?;-I' c ..a.i .
PEA 11'-i ;E1k L,_Ell
... .AIur'x..
April 16th, 1883. 67 6,.o.,

DAVID A. FMlAI 1 In S wanIneo ju-li-
v S. "' ciaI Cir,:,tr ._ot I I,
SARAH A- FA,- .J. ida. A1 ,tr', ",>.
It appearing to the (.,:,rt, i'r,,a th:e- re-
turn m .1de iu this ca--e iIhi., tih d *:ed e:.,J IIt.
Sarahh'A.- Friar 'elides bey,,. ti. limit :.
of the Stat6 towit in hlie Siite el ti,.,uq, t
It is ordered that ivt-rviee be p,-rI:e ..:,..,I h3i
publication, a td ,h1t thlie ,1?o, nd .irr .... ;i,,.-
pear and plead a v3.-c-r .r I-) t ..
bill filed in the ab-.5 e aS.:.n or i. e th,..
expira'i, ,n of three ,J,,, .: i', ..) ,..-
pf ptiblication'or j..;-aj..ut w-ili'ltr. ,...
ftered pro monfes4o.
.. P. LL'-iLL, Cri, .
April 23. 6-3m ..

C UART.E-. ,
AMILTON ,.:t.. at Belvilhe, .A'P`il 30-
and-.May 1;. Houston Ct., fiouston,
May_7 & 8; ,,Laka City.S.a,5 May 14 --&
15-; .Columbia -Ct., May 21 & 22;- Newn-
ainsyille Sta., May28 &29; Mi,.1n,:,.py Ct.,
at ,Waeeahoota, J-ane 4 & 5 ; t' it,,.s ills?
tsta., June11 & 12,j Black Cre ek "Ct.., Juue
18 & 19. J. M; IitENDi,\Y. 1, E.
Aprif 2. 65-tf -

IT, HE subscriber offers for .alo.his pIr, n-
1. tation inAlahucua Co. Fla,, c ,ntaining
2 sections of land about-2 miles from
Gainesville'E. F., on the Fernaindin:i and
Cedar Keys R. R. The lands are, divided
into Pine land, Himmock, and Prairie,
There is a two story dlwellitng with shed-
vrooms in a unniuL-hd *' t e. Open land
enough for 80 hbt s, *-&v0 ihint
location, with good w-',ter. Any informia-
tion will be give& bN Mr. Avera on the
plaice 2 miles ft'om Gainesville on the Mic-
an0o "" + P. G. SNOWDEN..
Onelfour horse engiup nearly new, not
having run iort than en-,pugh to gin about
60 bales of cotton, It can be seen on my
place two miles in Gainesville on the
Micanopy road. '
Janua ry 9, '' So,. r6-

.april 3'"'l,


+ +N.O T I CE+..
S OIX mouths' after date. I will present
* 1,^my accounts' and vouchers to J. C.
Gardner, Judge of Probate, of the-State
af'Flotiida; for-.the county .of Alaohua, on,
the Estatle of James Tison, late of sa-id
+ county deceased, and ask to b.? discharged

foiafurt~er'Administrarion ofjig,..! Estate.
9NLOLINE TISOijS,'rajur'x. *
.: .Feb. 7th, 60-6m -


r8"' i E i,,t.h,-i' ,i"r +],!s ~ '. ,\, ,:1, ai,.d
j^ >.,;".\I : ;ur[ ';il+' .in .>q i ml '-n >l:. [o -mr i
j lnr>hilZ% ui t ,:, U l tiit"'1 IR -gesl 5111-1 11101:t tl-
tracti-ve- stoc-'; of t' g.,od.%. ,\,.r i:'lf"cred iu
it,,k maikeL, L,,ni .itin iLI [pa' [ of
715 B.,le. Oh-tn ,aI*, ..
' T. 8 I:,T lh,:,. ii :,-,+ ,( i:
10.l.;t~e~. flirtingg, _,.
7 ,., Lv 'i at'l, + "

-70 ", s.. Lct.t.l t'e ,il.i ,
5 0 ,' ) 0 ( t N e e d l e .-, : ," *-r I. _; ,' .;: 3 s P i n g :, .
A -i l st, l,,u , al. i ^ t'i 1r *- ': ._ *| -. ,. : ,. .

A large lot of TIN WARE and Sea Is-
land bagging, has bhn consigned to
Liis for sale.,
.March' 5th, 1864. -l 61-tf

, l ",' 3n,. '- H ats,
, 'l .:udIkerchiers, (

-. .Z .. '. .- .l _,
"S- .. + .*

50 dozen ],_,,:,, ,_,,u,\- '
I "10. barrels flower. ''
250 boxes lJ jli.,':), ...
13,UQ0 1"ar, and,:l ; large lot of Stn,-,k-
. n a ,.'u ii ci:-',-:, aud ._iuff +
A nd ,,"il too ;;i'..L :,.-' .,.., ute oui3i to
m mention + *" *? '7 "'
i .. ..'i .-. .',\ i .'i e *, .-l',! e i ,d ;i t a ; i oa ll
a'lv:inice .;|. ,I) c,.+.i i I. |,' Pf ]t2iilde-i in to
p-Lit',.'l c a.iC '' i i tCed t, I sll o,-: n, nnd s3e-
cui.: T ,,,',i h,,,'_,iin-'.
May 14, 161A. 21--m.

In Chancery.,
Suwann Circujt/of Ftn: J
JOHANNA BURO'UHE-3, Bill to perfect ti-
;s. J tlei, or for Fore-
AbrahamFirid>-ribt1rg, -closure, Injun-c-
& C. Frances F,'eidCn-t tion, &0.
,bu Ig. /is wife. ..'
I' appearmg to The satisfaction of the
Court, that said de:enddnnts re-ide beyond "
the limits of the 6citte of Floridt, to wit,
in Europe, On motion of Complainant's
Solicitor, it is ordered that notice be giv-,
leliL to' kaid Defendants, of the filing of,
said bill,.*by publication in, the '.Cotion
Stales," the time prescrib,-d by law. re-
quiring said defendants to be nnd -Hp -air
before said court, on the l-_i MA.udy ii
October nex-t, and pleadl, au-w,r or d-mur
to fhe came, otherwise it will be tak,:-u ai
eonfesaed. JAMES D. DAWKINS,
DLc 521h, 1S63. Judge, &e..
I hereby cerliify t.,) above to be F ltre
Copl. of the original order filed iu my offi-
ce. :, S. P. BEVILL,
...... < C k, Ct. Ct. A.C.
Dee. 19, 1863. 4.-9-m.

1V.INE months uater the date hereof, I
1-.^ N ill present my aceo-utnis n 4alvouch- "
ers a:3 Aduiinistratrix of'the Estate ofJno,
B. Standly deceased, to the Ju(gIe ot' Pro-
bate of Alachua i.'ounly. for a final 4ettle-
mcit, an I aqL t.:> lb- dizeu ,read from far-
;thte,' adtuin~sir:itti- ,.,u sttId l'.ra.e. -
' PENELOPE L. Sr..NDLV, ,AJoirnx.
Jan. 30., N-:,..i 5,- '..i, .

SNO-T.C E. -
Sl'X weeks after the first publication of
this nAice, the undersigned will p.?titiou
Ike Hona. Court-of Probate in_ an I l-ir llie
county"of-Marion, State of 1Fl6rda, for
[he allotmentel of her -Dower in the teal
Estate, and her share in the -prSonal
property of which *her Husband the late
James T. Hoopkins died seized and possess.,
ed. ANYnfE B. -HOPKINS,.
mar 19, bc=--',w

Gainesville Academy.
TlIE exercises of this inititutIloq will be
resumed on (lie'1st Mfonday o"f Feb-
ruary, 1864. Doth Delmrtmeuts will be
under thelsaperintetderc'e of an accom-
-pliahed corps o.)f Teachers, who possess
-the re,-luisite atbilitV t,) impart insItin'Ci,i
,in the various Lranuhe-! usually taught. ;U
our best literary institution Music",
.$40, 911. French, Greciap, Oriental, akd
Oil Paieiulg and Drawing, &'c., taught at
the customary rates of tuition.
-Tuition iu the Lit-.rary department nc;
cording to grade ::,: $40, and 11$56,'
per session of (twently weeks, payable gne-
half in advance ; the balance at the. eon
ot'f he Session. No deductions for absence
unless in case of: pr,)t(rated sickness.
Being in one of the healthiest, li,,n.i
in the interior of.the State, it is our de-ign
and highest aspiration to mak Academy merit the patronage of all frietid;
or Education. Thankful lor pimAit patron-
age, we solicit a continuance of similar fA.
vor6 in- he future. For -further ,inturma-
kio.n, r fey to .. "
- J. H. ROPER, A. K, Principal,
8tf Gainesville,.Fla. -

L -

I w- 0 N WO AK S ,
nnIIE undersigned having entered into ;a
_L Eo-partnership in the Foun.r~idry and
Forge business,- are preptre-l to "do all
work in, the line of casting, and forgi-g.
pllher frbBmLbast or, wrought iron. :uclh
as syrup kettles, -ovprns, spiders,-&c., in a
word all kinds (f c stir s. Iron for all
kind of. family uti,'.ril-i, &'. winl be pre-
pared by them.
'A liberal price will bo paid for al. old
cast, or wrought ircn .delivered at ihe i
Foundry either ia'cast or wrought iron, oI
iin money. J, .
; Persons who have aun o'd dscrnap.- iron,
wrought or cast,--arg earnestly solicited to
bring it f,,rward.
) D. M. FINGER.-
Gainesville, Fla May,-ll, 71-t-t

A LL pO'rso- iu-debted1 to ( tl-estate of
'- \\tltauuu Colson, Sr', late of .\lacliai
c L, n I Ydeo'd, Iare requested to come for-
ward'and tuake inimediate p.']ayueiit. to-the
undersigned, and those having claims
against the Safime will present them.-duly
authenticated for pavneut.
J1JA3. D. CtOLSON. l ,
WIV AlpG. COLS UN.j" .;-
mar 19, 63-8t

S. BeV. lLLi,
SCl'k. Ct.LCA. C.

SIX MONTHS after date, I will present
my "accounts and vouchers to J. C. Gard-
ner, Judge of Probate of the State of
Florida, 'tur the county of Alachua, as
Administrator of the estate of Richard PR
Davis, late of said county deceased, and'
ask to be discharged from further admi.1-
|stration of said.estame.
Jan 2d, 1864. 56-6m

V ,.N OTI2CE-,
Gaines 12th, 1 64. J
AT time during my absence, tOe
,ti-iiucsse ol'this otfii:'< w!il receive- prompt
atteutimon front Mr. S. Av. Swarm.
F. C ,j iARErT,'
A n IA Depositary..

.I--'". **J A aci to 'inc:iase lhe compensation of
An-Aet' to nubhorize the cancellation of r cortin r'-`'1 ,flcers and employees in
- :ceituin Couderate Stale6 B.;nds, aud the l','u;.., ,, i- ,:,iLt, nuad in the Ex-
5 tle, suhQitilturi,..i of others for them:." ,- ittie .-uj Leg ,a.: 'ive ,..epatineuts- at
The Cungross of ilia Confe-lerale -'tlp- L Rihn,, t',,r a his ned period.
of America do enact, That the Seer,.-tary The CO.Lge'-e;s t"the .,ilederite
of the Treasury be, and ho is ]lerehy au- of 'America do eu.act, 'ihtai the salaries
tborize,*t upon the receipt of' satisftatory m aad eompensafion.all eivIl offiuers and ema-
evidence, thai eight per eeintum bonds, i-s- ply.-. z in rM. '-,'.r sued by, pon the )-re,- i'itiong of hlie thu Execuri-v.a- rn Legitslative depart-
Sect'c r,: of th... N: a.vy, 1 ;L ..t,:. er tlhe t ;:'- atM il 61hie ,iu '1 1 :" o~ i[:,,?nsa:i~m
eighiecin b ard-tW enty-: v, ..Qr.'l. righrei.. .-.' -* ',.- ... l tu ,1 -u 1u, i r u.
huivilrd and i ixiy ,- for ci, '. ... -.,i '.?, -, i -. .. annium iL :" I.. i,-
d.'l irs. c ich, have C e ,:. -ii .:.a b.ri-ad, Ac,,i?d :.' ,. i,.e I :sage ofthis '.. I o t11,
to ;Id delir- to the cereiary ., a V t' Alty, e'ignteen hundred and
of the Navy an equal miuber of bonds uf ixi-ur, at le rate 'one hundred pel
like character. j Qent. per annuim; Provided, The o'iic
Approved, January 9, 1eq.4 ;ua not therob' be increased Veyond

FROM this ,late. te following are the
terms on whioh'Cotton good will be ex-
chainged for Wer,] on *...,::,.it ot',he Gov-
" 3 yatda ?Osuial:,,jg_ for 1 flb wool,
8 fShirting 1 lt .
2.' -4 S letting t. ip
1 Bunch Yarn:'for 6-lbs wool-
GEO.- SAVAGE, Agent.
ainsTilHe, May,,1 -72-tf

istrator on the Estate of Jashua Stafford W A NT T E
'dec'd, late of Hernaodo CountY, to the Wo rkAr J- 1 T E .
Judge of Probaj.q of said County, and ask 1 ^ able-bodicd nrgroes tor Ik.fOr
6for a final settlement.and discharge as .I t the Governmient on Rail Roads,
64id Administrator of the Estate. $40 per mouth and good rations will be
'-' JOSHUA STAFFORD, Adm'r. given, -J. H.J H. BURNS.
POO. 6. 1,. 62--(m "Baiawi) April S4, 60S-4It .

8IX months after date, I will present'
ms nempnts and 'vouehhrsa ., Amin-

Oprnl 1ut.;.







We have adopted the same rates of ad-
'Verfising as the Floridian & Journal
which are as follows:
One square, (10 minion lines) or less, for
each insertion, o -- $2 00
Estate & Kegal Notices to be ofarged the
s. ameas transient Advertisements,exoept
Notice of Dismission as Adminiftrator for
which the charge shall be, $40 00
.Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect
charged as advertisements.
' 0peola~l "Notice.

No attention will be paid to transient
acvertisementB unaccompanied with (lie
sash. It is easy for advertisers to calcu-
late the-number of squares .their 'adver-
t tisement will make,,and remit according-
ly. A square 'is ten printed lines. Any
number of lines less than ten is counted
-' "u,, square.; A line of manuscript, on or-
dinary paper, will make one line printed.
tBBM ...R .' ." 1'' "


RIPUM'_I.I r^,

VOLUME 4-NO. 24.

r T -. : i

LL persona inidbted tu the estate of
r. in''.**as, J. Woaufee late of Marion
c .... yebeas6e41 a ee'hereby require 't9
,_,,, k~e i, i di're~paytp~eut; Kad thfJM jn!Ul
d4i alit
*vut thiem diuly aull~then<^^^|^
I 1.,Ge prescribed by law. ,
May 23. 22-) . .,,=, ..-
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Wanted to' Purchase.
An old n 'ro/mdn able to ld.) gardening,
-and the necessary work about a vard,`go-
ing errands, &e.Z The advertiser, might:
also purchase A woman coo:,k and waslietr,
or d girl. Address Box-92, ia1ke City,
April 16t-bl W-8 V-. .

:N e w ]HiO'lg."

COL1U II3IA, ( ( C7.

The Spirit of Military Institutions.
By MArilhl MariLont. liinsl ted frdin
tlhe laest Paris edition by Fi auk Selialler,
Colonel 22d Regiment b11'siisippIi Iiifa'nt-
ry. Price K One-third off to the trade.
'Infantry Tactics,
For Brigade. Division, and Army Corps,
by (Ten. Casey, U. .,S. Army. Pronounced
the hest work of the kind in the language.
IiluI-r"',ted with 29 Lithographed Plates,
andl lell bound. Pricch. Oae-third off
,:,I tie trade.
Chisolm's Surgery.
Being a third edition of this -valabl,3 work.
Splendidly illnsirae,Il, and finely bound.
Price $10. One-third off to the trade.
The. editions of all these valuable works
are under 2,0f1) copies, and those ia want
,will do.well to send in their orders at once. /
** A L O, "'
GE NRNkL ORDER'S, A. I. G.'s Of-
fice, up to 1st April, 1864. Price $6.--
One-third off to the trade.. / _
Splundidly illustrated. Price $4. One-
third off to thetrade. '. .
,Ainy.of tiese books will be sent free of
postage-on receipt of the price, in new
-issue, or the old atthie discount.1;7.+
; *'. Publisihers.
It "***

&Look Out-Fine Mare Stolen
A fine grey mmare,, was stolen from 'nty place on the
night of the 2d. The track went towards
Gainesvillei A liberal 'will be. paid for
the mare.

Five Dollar Bills.
.s we are -unable to purchase ma-
4rial i'n the cofiduct"f our business,
w,+ pasave* dollar bills at their face, we
are compelled to receive them only at
pdiscount in the future.
"'--': 'Latest From the Front.

*Pp "Wednesday last, the ei.emy
apnkediour position at Camp Milton,
and our forces retreated, and on Thurs-
day they advanced towards Baldwin.
We promptly met'and drove-themr back
o. Canp- Milton. Only a few horses
vere killed on our, side. We sur-
prised the Y'ankees at Olustee, and
perhaps they may be equally so, if they
attempt another onward move far into'
the interior.

Since the above was in type the tele-
graph gives us the gratifying intelli-
Igence that we have.driven the eqemy
back to Jacksonville. Our forces re-
occupyCampt Milton.. No one killed
pn, oir side. Lt. Hart of Scott's. bat-
tallion wounded in the knee.
Lt. Hart was the editor of the Seh-
finel at Tallahassee.:

Lieut. S. Turman.
We are pained to learn that this
gallant gentlemanwas severely wound-
.ed in the, lung, during one of the
early skirmishes in N. W. Georgia.-
Ile was a Lieu't. in Co. "E," 7th Fla.
Regiment. Me was for. some tin6,
-editor of the P ,Tampa. Although a North Western

-man by birth, he was enthusiastic for
the rights of the South, and the peo-
pie rewarded his devotion to his adopt-
e4 .om6,.by electing hiM first to the
..,office -of Probate Judge; and subse-
quently 'to: the State Convention, in
which he took an active stand for im-
''mediate secession; With conviction of
the- righteousness of our cause, in,-
'creased by the developments of hatred
on the part of the North, he entered
the ptrmy, and has sealed his devotion
to Southern Rights with his blood.-
*We sincerely hope that his wutnd may
not be fatal; but that he may long be
spared to the endearments of home,
theaconfidence of friend? and a life of
public usefulness, in a laud wLose'frce-
-dora and independence he-has so Wbr-
uhily helped to achieve.,

Serious Accident.:
A dispatch was received here
on last Thursday morning, to stop, the
train which had started, and-Mr. Geo.
: of the nolst gallant sog'.liers
inCqpt. Chambers' company, started-
to intercept it, when the horse fell and
; threw.him against a.lightwood splinter
Which entered his face, and came out
meartle temple, producing a severe
but nbt fatal wound. ;

-How the Villains are Acting on the
.'St. John's River. I
W Wehave before us a letter written
by a Yankee soldier] to'his father
from 'o~laka, Fla. ++ ,

%, It states that the mails are 6topped
-while fighting is going on in yirginia.
and is in cxtaeieb in the wilds of Flor-

He tell,, dad to d.irecfc his- letters to

St. Augustine, but as the accommoda-
"'rtint Capt. Diekison, has seat, him ito a
/, more congenial, climate the addlress
: w ill have to be~ ch ang edr toQ "L ,'ih,"
Richmond, Va .
The letter eloese as fu'llows : "Scot-
.*nteered with len f/h, ,s to cross the r'zyet
*'r at nightf, wre capture! lh.,: iosl, burned
th e hou se, loo k the ca ttle a n( d r ,_rn'o s ,.J
S the "ivr.
..* "' The letter with the- sian'fi-.

cant interrogatory: IHuw arc;-yp burn-
ing buildings "
`%'W-presume that bis father is also
-in the army, andi they regard it a duty
to burn and steal, and do all they ean
S to weaken us.

yankee Raid at Mr. Yulee's Place.
' : A number of Yankees made_ a raid
on Mr. Yulee's place on the. TOmosas-
4, and destroyed considerable prop-
"erty, it is supposed, but the extOnt bf
+ the,6 dmage '.is toot known fully, Mr.
W" wad at this-place and his family
L" -i'N untely absent. None of his
negroes went with the Yankees, but
aod445;id acted nobly in run-
!-.^. iog off property, stock" particularly.
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IU_~I_ ~1~ __r~ ~_

J. M. ARNOW. Editor.



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HOUSE and lot for sal in. the towv
of Gainesville, which has been oo.
cu[pied by C. L. Dinkms near the 4piu
Road. Depot. Apply to me at th DGBQL. ;
S, ^ :
M ay' 231, 2'-^ ,. -


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i,.j ,}liu -t) LI rv % E!.' L lt n t 1.10 to il ,l-' 11
ceased-not so to An.,i--d.-atli f.,r lier
posses-pd ito sting. -6h we % V onZ ci,,C i C ,:'6,
ler approach nug di';.,lnti'-, ,u 1.a l eC hort-
ed parents. rcrie l.*i., an-i f'ri:tidn s to re--
l..,in heir iniiu thtII .... *I ,:.!;it,,, wlh'.ro thei:
i.,1 1 i. Pl i l 111 i: l .., l ~ i. :'. i 1 r .'e ',' e r Il e i,
. !,..: : r .. 1 ,t !h -%w a rli ii'v ir .ll ._ri' iu
ili i : .... i'.. .' t '' r ' l .' i~ ,L n *II .,:d u.1iu
ih,,..,i_, 1.0 ',, ; ... : ,-' -i-.roi's. I relatives
.,,l.l i." n.i i I., -i k I .. ely bl-.-E,:,w w hichl
,i- I.1uL-t budding Jn:.o piom'ising-woman-"
h,.,. is not, blighted as. we deemed it. in
1,v hirs 'moments of sgony and despair
I,',,:*a> we meet not, the sweet fragrance
wl,.h_-h led its influence over daily life. No
"She sleeps in Jesus blessed sleep'!
From which none ever wake to weep, V',;
'Ti fe,+,-U,,-utlyv i>,r_,iml'e.] that "the fair-
est flowers soonest fade." They are ex-
,ILc; 100 precious to flourish in earth's
barren soil, lhencee lley are idu(:pd early
by His Omnipotent yet merciful hand, and
transplanted to the g-nitle Sliepiherd's Pa-
radise above, ere d(, s1pp.:'iititmen't hia. iobb.
exi them of their fragrance and. beauty--
there in-God's pasture of bliss, t.ui bloom
in unfading and iumunrta.l glory, What a.,
mercy then to die early- and escape the
ills of life; and what a warning to those
who lean on earth, that it will-pierce them
to the heart. Dr, Young most beautiful-
ly remarks: "Death loves a shining mark,",
and most truthfully exemplified in the case
of tht deceased, "' -'es'-1 of many en-
gaging and winiiuing ,,u:diiiis, ,he leaves
many sincerely attacliedl fI ieir.l to bewail
her seemingly Ir>:-jnieill:,u'; and as
they moisten the eaer'dld turf, which con-
ceal her earthly remaipns with the pelucid
tear of fti.:trl'hip, .i(.1 plant the little
mound with lillies, they may truly exclaim.
of her, r. I .
"Green be the turf above thee,
Friend of m- + earliest days,
None knew thee but to-love thee,.
N one named thee but to praise.
A; E.W. 7.

The young ladies of+Gaiaesville, in to-
ken of .affectionate rememberance of their
late beloved companion-MRtY M. MATH-
S ws, who departed this life in Columbia
South Carolina on the 27th of the present
month, just 17 years of age-'met to pay 4
simple yet sincere tribute of regard to her
memory. SALLIE BEVILL,, being called to
the Chair, and Miss ELLEN McCALL ac3t-
ing as Secretary, 'the 'following preamble
and resolutions were adopted :
V,'n ri,"-.i We are (1, i, p iue.1 to learn
the death of our fii, ..l and 1,Lte school-
k,-r.itf who l avinglefther homein "The
land of Flowers," to'compolee' her edu-
,ertion i the State of, her nativity, was
suddenly stricken down, far from the
friends of her childhood, and the loved
ones at home. Therefore
--.lResolved, That although the r,.,,LTlng
!flower was early nipped, yet in the beauti-
\ ful and exemplary Christian life of. the
deceased, we have thI ,.,,u-1 ,.!it;..u of know.-
ing that the a .-_u i. left us, that the
" gem is transplanted to a more congenial
I clime, ,-.:,-- flowers never fade, but dress-
ed ia enduriag-verdure'eblo-,som and bloom

Resolved, That' synmpathizing sincerely
with hqr parents, and sisters, those whom
she has left behind, we tender them our
i. ,~i.. .i ... ,n l a.1 i.., and say to them,
Weep not for htr, shie's happy now, ;
Where n,,,:;- dwell "'ouiu-l God's throne'
Weep n-. i-t her,- but humbly, bow,.
And-praying, feel God's will be done..'.
Resolved, That we request the publica-
tion of these proceedings -in, the "Cotton
States'." S.ALLIE',UEVILL, Pres't.
ELLEN MCC..LL, .-',e..
.DIED m Columbia, South Carolina, Ma.,
27th', 18(i4", in, the 17th year of her age,
Gaiuesville, Fla. .
The subject of this notice being well
known to us, we deem it-a fit occasiA to
mention that she was ever affable, sincere
and kind to aill he'r schoolmates. Being in
the bloom of youtll, -she aLticipated_
bright career of' t,;> l-dln.'-5 in the future.
We express our sy\'|pa'lhie<, aindl mingle
our condolence-wvith her bereaved t, awnts.
llavil, g been c.:,uuecL-ed with the Mcetho-
idisfc Charcoh eve" ..ince 18.7,6, -and being
noted-'for her g,-Liteel ,leportuient "an,1
amiability of chi~ra.uter, we h-ave reason
* to hiope t liit, th,.,igh'Separatcid; from us,
she has. I:,(en transferred to the gloricfts
re ilima Of. ever asi in $ felicity +. i -
Such is thae humble tribute 0f'her for-
nL r .*la-.s- :,te-i. ': :: C. E. M ,.. -)
*~~~~ .' :. F.. A. B."i/:

The annual exercises of Gainesville-
Academy will be on t!e 16 and 17th
inst. Col. Spencer will deliver the
literary address on the 17Ah.
From Georgia..
KINlSTON, GA., M.Iy 17th, 1.^1.4.
MESSRS. EDITORS:-[ told y.1. not two
weeks ago, that the army of" Tenn:.-ice
would fall bncik a fiar as thii -ldae.. Well,
here we are, sure enough, and liere oilr
gallant boys will tell ite Yankst hliu-3fr'
shall ye come, but K1o6'Uif06r.!., -Thc-way
the said Yanks will g back againwi'l b+e
a caution to poor suffering humahnity,'for
our army is in such excellent spirits and
sj eager to pitch in that when Gen. John-
ston "slips the leash," the blue bellied
Dutch Yankees will find a-4force that no
natural obstacles can overcome, no diffi.
culties impede. For eleven days and
nights the two opposing armies hiave
marched and fought. Skirmi-.-hin;; has
been almost incessant during daylight
the whole time, and at, night the deep re-
verberations of a gun fired o-casionally
from either side, with the mou'-taih ech-
oes that chase the projectiles, tell of a
watchfulness that never sleeps. The op-
posing colhmns'inarch in parralled lines,
frequently within gup shot of'each other,
and yetno general battle has taken place,
The ene -my has missed his forces and tried
to break tRrough our lines'every day for
the past wreek, but in every instance he has
been driven back with immense 'iauli't-hT,
"and has failed fto take a single position
ifhich our ar'my attempted to ,1,:. 1.1. Our
losses during these charges are compara-
tively very small. Three thousand I think
will cover our loss during the eleven
days fight. The Yankee loss is of course
much heavier, as they were the attacking
party, and frequently had to cross open
fields, while ,our men quietly lay in their
breastworks, awaiting the attack. .
Otlr army is now-between tKingtcn and
Adairsyillo, and rnght here the battle will
be fought,*,a battle which will'prove Gen.
Johnston to be a man ofthie most penet.ra-_
ting ge]Rius,a strategistof consummatetact,
an incorruptible patriot and good man,-'a.
battle wv-hich will prove to the world that
the army of Tennessee is not an .,:.'. ';ii;'.,1
band of cowards [,.'-il robbers, but n nr,-
may of war-wornr veteran h.:,Mi:-_-iitlI
lectual and'.hofiorable men, who, on' 4:,
many glorious battle fields have proven
their devotion :to our young- r .1 ib!:'.:. In
this connection allow say a word
or two for the Florida Brigade. In writ-'
ing of these men-I cannot-Tepress- a- en-
thusiastic expression of dMight 'in th-ir
valor and eqnstant devotion. There is not-
a band of soldiers in the Confederacy,
more thoroughly imbued With tho -A-;' i:.r
the cause, more intel'lig'nttly ,:,:,i .i- ..
all its dutti'es, more self- :rh';',. an'I`
contented in the midst of the most irrita-
ting sources of diz ,.i_-i.t":.,. Fai; fdrom
home and friends, with but few advocates
at "court" or elcefLjEie, ll,#y have pre-
sented an'ii.'nepiluu..'and, energy of the:
most, noble description. They have' de-
fended lKentucky, and Tennessee, and
Georgia, and Mississippi with thepluck
and earnestness ofhl'uoi:--, .,,:'r.';itg their
own door sills. On Saturday last when
nearly one in every ten was shot down it
only made the balance more impatient to
attack the'enemy's works; but they were
rbstraiued until the foe.come out of his
ditches, then such a mowing down of
*"blue grass" you never saw. Gen. Fin,'
ley was slightly woundedby limb of a
tree fulling on him on Saturday and the
brigade ismlow commanded by Cal+ 1Ltil,:,( k,
of the 7th Reg't". 'Col B. is a man of far-
sighted and sure-footed judgmfent is cool
and brave, and the sotli, ers have the high-
est confidence 111 his skill and. oap:oity to

II i's useless for me to speculate on prob-
ablltit-:, as'the telegraph will b,:ir, you
the result o~f thi!! bat(.le long +ere this tea-
olios yo-u. "
I..sent you a li:st of the. killed and d ed :of the 7th FLa.. a few days a~go, buft in
t'he hurry o~f ob'a'ihiug it, I forgot tO men-
tion vdho wete slightly and who seriously
*wounded. "B!eih'l~ps I. Was too frightened
to p i'i+l,",'er it pi,',:,' i,'rv *_-. I wyas uander the:
" c-ietn^'s ,'c'at. the time'. Lt. Turman,
Co-.E, S-n;'l. T/King, "Private A GeigCr
of Co.. ,G, v; *dai^,:,e 'i,-lf' and it is fear-
ed tji..,'lal'.y w,..iiul,<',.-. The o tlers, are
but slightly w oun'd~ed and wilf be in the

11eld a .a ii in 11:,ut1..i \\. II. R .

From Virginix. *
', (( RESp,NtE:Ncr--:,Y TIrE STATES.)
< May 9th 1[,,_,. .
'PREAR ,CTTOy sr.% i :--'r,>-.1 Iy is the
seventh day the b iill has been raging
witlh incessent fury, fi, t i, r, we have
been si.;.,.-sf,,iby hard Ce,:1,--td struxg-
,gIrrh iu t,'.' uo b,,l the enemy ,at (Av-
e Iy I,:nIt. 1:1 vi,:N thiew. t ,I IL : -. Vtl_6,--0h1
-,.tile fiel i- i,'t,..'ly bluie with the dead,
Yankees, while our rear -is the same- with
p.r-otivS. Our Brigrle. got into action
on the e e,,iuii of'the fifth being charged
by the enemy and was the most desperate
.strtuggle I have ever witnessed. Our
brave boys foughwith usual daring.We
were flanked and necessarily compelled
to -fa.l back, but not .-withdut disputing
every inch of ground during the engage-
meht. We sustained a loss of 240, among
which we inourn the loss of many brave
0ni'er, and men.- Gen. Perry was slight-
ly wouilil'ed il,.,u'gh'he c6ntinues- in the
field. Col. Lamar of the -',tli w.aisevere-
ly wo0mded, C1.,LLang, of my Regiment
.was present, and a.:td with that usual gal-
lantry, that has charact-erised him on
many -battle fields. I.-have just' learned
of the capture of Gen. Seymore, who com-
manded the late exr edition to Florida.
Should I go through the b itifle field, yod
w-il hear from me. 8TBi FLA. REG'T,
.. ,i .
From Florida.,
"Honor to whom honor is Due."
S On: the 19th inst., Capt. Dickison, with
*a small detachmnout of his- command,
S crossed the St. Johu-i river at Horse Lan,
' ing, i "16 mies A+ve Palatka,adnld cap.
" toured, near Welaka 26 Yankees, 2 trai
* tors,,agd l0 negroes. From this place, he

dashed on to Fort G.tes ndn on tthe eusu- F,,r- A .,' ..... ,,'." N rw t HPP M iy "lZ .
ing night, "iha lruc-red" 19 others, with 46' Farewell to the Il.a3n. :G.n. Cl-L,.irne'-. DiM? i..;,., i t-ri 1 .. the
stands of arms; all of which, this bravy Ill'- ,Y c. P. r.- the 41h ari'IV c,-., I V r,-Jer I{,.:waid ab,:,ul 1
Hle bndaccoml-i-hed, and returned. willh- O l u t h t ,-,ft w,,1 out tbu 1.,.s ot a single ,the,) Io lhe'ir In i,,[e-ir ", k ii.J. mnv h.,inibl.1 I,;. I "c s "1
cam p, withu 41-0 li.ours the time Inr il re my n ,r... 10 i ... l~ctw>.:.u .', ,t,.l 7,.,.'i.i ien. \Ve ial.,tar, ,1
the move was first bp inm In aiet Q ,.A .,r I .n'.'i r 1 ,-,'. :,,. w !r')ti i,. and -A., Ik0i.o,,7'- e%: I,.,-i..:
Tile ne-t, and onen ,:.f ilh.:i o't hirilliwit l- e ,1 ih- e lroul I a--l I|., jIt'- ,,,. ii e I,:,unJl ,d toge, their ,ih iiI,,, .. .li-,n-
k ,\L, l I"-t ,10 1' IL girl !I;! liui'
ac'hieven ents ti tll ie v-ar. sh ,ai l l ,e i_;,,. ,,i. [.I tb;:S ,.'..i .rst 1., I/ i.l I li i ': r,, i" ,, ,c. .. : ., n s
give in his ow n w i" : A r, .t li h iS"C H"1, '," h vr. .h ,:il tW -,?. i G ,:'i,. t' .i ,,: :\' tile ,- ii iy '' l
,.Arter a hot eut i lgage mn .nt ,,f r ,i -:, i 4.', I t 5] [ i V' 11, e t,.-IT I :,r.:',..r ,, i V !-: 1 i.i'l01" 11 1 cn V,.', IV I ln,?ln
ruimjutl:-3. 1 11 LVe _,u, eecdvd in eq -turing `11.col 1'- '^.Th ,, L ,,,:; I A, th t i i
ruinut:s. I h ,v ucceel,:,J in Ct.,tur ng N :,rore will I with I,,'A Iu IAA' rr. l,'t: <. i. i~,.~~~dw.l
ilhe team er '.Calu :irn currying twm ., N'o n , will a..t tlhe'r.i '! ,.,r(. il. c[,:.? li1. I., ,.iir Ii ,'1 .
20 pound Dalilgren guns, taking 6.5 pr I _. 'k~rtiihl, g \i .-.till ,.,;ni .',u, *-.. I hlle
ones; 6 wo:undeled, and about 23 killed apd From Mhe Richmond Sentinel. enemy's left is griduarlly giving way.
drownede, together with 65 stands of arms The following enumeration will b- ac- NEW HoPE, May 29.
and 3 stands of colors. Among the pris- ceptable, particularly to-such of our rea. .....Grandbury's brigade was place 1 a p oi-
oners are 8 commissioned officers, No ders as. have been during aI'portion of the tionatrha.m. yesterday to arrest the ine-
one hurt on our side. ,1 was compelled time cat off from the mails.; mry's attempt to turn our riglit flank, We
to burn the boat,, to'prevent her falling in-, M.AY 4th.--Grant crossed the Rapidan ha n defenses except a few boughs and
to the hands of the enemy, as the.gunboat at Ely's and'Germanna fords. s t^one hastily collected by the cavolry
.'Ottowa" was anchored only a few miles .MA- 5th-an 6th.-The great battles of hi hd the position as skirmishers be-
below. Wilderness. ,r., t repulsed and driven fore the brigade came up. Th'e "engage-
Exploits, fraught with such honor and at all points, with great loss. Abandons ment ,immediately, became furious and
heroism as the foregoing, need neither his (lead and Wounded on the right, and raoed with unabated violence until 8
comment nor eulogy,-they speak for retreats to his -entrenched lines between o'clock p. m.
themsolves-as they have already, on the V% 1.1I rne, and Trigg's Mill, nearly coih- Th onemy's lines advanced within five
banks of the St. Juh ,,n-- in tones of thun ci dent with the Brock road leading from pT e 0o OUrs several times and were re-
der' that Cannot be n,i~ia..::n or forgot, Wilderhess to .Spotsylvania C. H/. Gen. pulled at all points. Having no support
by every true -and f.tiit.tul Souihfen L,, ng t,,:I.(t wounded o'u the 6th. the b.1 ,' was not allowed to hazard
heart My 7.Lh.-Skirmishig. Gran -rtro" s their position by a charge until 2 p.. m.
Defenders of the "Land of Flowers Iiv t, .r,l-.- Fredericksburg. W "when V;,I. ii,11 Brigade :uurii(,1 and took
Your names are immortalr The trnmp of MAY 8 th.-T-o,,. I. f,.l fought to-day nt ;po(itionin),,.:li-ilv -in the rear. The
Fame' has already ':u n I-. Inl,i, h bright Spotsylvania C. H., '-..1.t .-Longstrect's harge was then :ut~nh:.l ,,,.1 t.,, brigade
deeds of your daring, and f,.,mL tllii hour corps, under Anderson, and r ,,. 5fth corps, s;p through tle wood breaking three
your gl-cri,:,.. :i.:l.:vm..t %ill shin,- QiJ. under Warren, :>L,[,,. t I.:l iy cavalry. lines of 4,attle without firing a gun and
by 4i-le with the irit,01 ,h2 uf St J~rt, Mor- The eneny repulsed with heavy loss in' .,, ..any prisoners.
gu~an .:lF.>rret.r[l :;. W o : ': < ^ " "*- -'.:' both. instances.^ ^- Bertham's I'. ,.r11 frof If;.. .Brigade
.l~appy the ti,1 twho.,call yotu theirs lMAY 9 t.1. -- i,,,-;r.'., "
-a ... ... y Mwas detached at half post 5 o'clockjiu the
To them, thli grim monster,': death has: MA 1Y 1h.--Grant attacks tLe in his en- e., ,,_. ,,d -,i'i,, io right, of-Grand-
lost half his I, ri ..r- b1,,-1ug e tlipsed in vie- treachments near I!,., -vl,. ,; C. II., and bu ..y'S ,._ ,i;., w',:,.-'. was being out
tory! You can exclaim with the itt'-h isdefeated with great- loss.
t'h~ i'tau .. ..: MA ]2t .--G eat batte of SL,:i :,'. - -filiked3.Ik I arrived in-time, and .: A .,.
... 1 .. : ; .... Z..,. M A .2th .-Great -b tl +f" .,- and dro e : enemy. Eertham's loss
'Whl,.l her n_ victors, we :-c :'ilt, ..r I I -I nl... .... .. ..C. Grant a..'.*t- lso8 breaks wa 38 .. and 65 'wounded. Grand-
belaidl9.w,., 'o Over a part, capturing sovoren thousand bury's loss was'86kined,125 wounded
,. ,' h out :.-,. 1. to the i.. ,..l n -ourfeet men of Johnson s division,-but is driven, -. ,, .
to th e foe ; i i'l _' tJi 1. 1 i r i. n t !., ii O ht t-le
.i-udle~v n b.t.' r, ,, blot on o r .n out, and-repulsed at'"all points with enor- .' ,'
"*A^-d leavings 1 -ii i L'- i-i blot.on odr.nafnc, :** .*ni i '-.i "1'** ".
We"%'os dlv to 'II,-, ,ci{ from tlf0 .,6i loss--t1he .ground in front of our larg .'i...l,,b L v. ,,,.l. i T.,..; w e..
death'-bed ..,f i '-" lines. ..-:v ; ....-d .ith ',; -1 L l. .... .....
.. .. .. (.AY l th;.-- -",t m oved his.- lines by ",li. w, |,,, I t' .1 I.,!, i.
bis left t ., ];;,ti. p position ni ldrer. ; 1 '.. ,,r, .. t iti ct" ,l l', .',-"--
-- -. :B NC.E O; \ .- ~ .h I T FI, 1.' ,- ;,u^+ nl.' -.-!rr ii .' '" 'i *
'[ E*" o : ] ] --M -i ~1 1 a .. l.', t ._ ... M .1 1"- 1 1" h -- ", ,t "< .. ..... + <.lr. I au, as ,:, 'i, i ,',- ,..l r
', .'A D W N i\ I. L-" 1- '- ,'~i ,-~ -i .. .J., .. h -, ,:. ,.; .it. L.-+ r- i i
degree of,.l ,f e .;' t!,, [ ,., y it+- + ,-,,,I on E w e~ s ^ lt ." ;',, ",,- ,,-.;i ,e- I 1 ; ,:1: ** ; : ^ ; H w
cf sit : o t y o u r. a:,:-li e r s i r .. L ei i : e- [ f* el ., l y r I ..- -,. : .f ] i 1 *i i .: i,. t ', i .x c ; t : : ~ ? [ h : t e ( r t h u t
.. r I d I I ..h, :, a ll i [ e i g

wI,,- t l .r, i t- 6,4,,.,. ;: (-" [%I **i":- V ll .1t'.l -c I[]l ,.',T. n
w ite se :.t.-,t e o c ea ... -'- E DITOR.,Lh t -' : I i t ..t o.,h" L'',* "*t* I*lf .
I h -..Tit Ih ILL. a u ..s -_o !.- ...
dere oat~t~h i.-l,.nh ;,' l Ie,, ru^
on,. .s htv , been th, ... ,e ,:,t one If H ow- l r ,, ., ,, d..-

:f t,. tofe y o u hr ., ir.i, -t. la n w ,i T I 1: p, ,aJ Irivern
witnessehd-i" atL.the-t bge orto'. W, :c ,, ,P,,.1.l
But. Joter-mu ,,, -, eI c Z ., ,o a ..

It .has been the expressed ..,, ...'n tha o t m s n A ..U.,. .,,-,." u-I" d, am, 1 "u C- 1 III .
m e n fi g h t b e tt er W.iv -fr ,, hi h .,n ,,,," hu t: f ^ ^ -- . s id le s : ..... .. / c e r ta i ly c r 'uo W a -
.tha't :,t tle +:.t,+;,n~ tothe ,;' ... vof sjch an+ .w+IA '\. .. p ^" lha1Jun- ren's is not a:ccounted for. *
andmus be ...nione as _0_ 'hi
ai. ,ts,--and. wh.ic. c~t OIr armY,: U k tisM t ,-, klu,,-,9.ha

opinion, Su.verc .,ei,-. Ot,,l,-act With more .w AI. Itit.% Q+ P ad
valor than did lhe-f idians o- that o B. u,. ,. I, Iev d- e atted. _, I .. c were .I-Old
I~, It has ; been t,|x C1;- ,],u-Gre. ciavalry expssition. e a.d, n-
ca-i>n'.. ". "+ -- '" ": ':' ,: ,. ;, ],in l ('l, :ll'.',. r "G en. S.] ridan.. in th .* ne.;; y' .mo e e t a "s s ,
oIt tsof th olst hl.t .r.; t t :.:, m .j .."- n : t -' ,1,,, :,..,\ ti n :? s e I e i a.
Lv t,:. l g^1 ~ Lieut eoL C.1:. l..,1.1. , h h 7 TI -r co.r ...- : e._ .-
that I ,, :b ,1 t, ":i" more' l, i. i ,ltt 1% -c- *" *t iT i's I]-.i1 .," -l.'t. 1.' between. FitZ Lee.
'IMAY th1 1"t 'Porty-".ca ha,' i h ig ..
-asithtocn m un der 'm atore ithmrned te. ,, .,tt ci -.'!.J 1 Oar. .sn wr m y upt tosthis 1.110iand 'll! a dg c

-g t i c ~e t h a n, w h i ch, n o .b e l t e rr. O 1 t.%r :r : ; ,_ .\ :1=. -, ',1. f 3 = :, ; i n o n t i n u e d O f Y a n k ee+. c a v a hl y O ur c a v a l r y. a t fi r ,t
bo of ,'.:,,,.,ev t qod ., ,.- s il, or I,, t. ,.,.,.'ate d.,I.. : II. of ene back,but it V1 now .sup-
vdr the swordfr freedom. It his genar- ,," / .. ,:" ..!, ,".*..f. ....*J, i ~raci0 *-'irm- posed that t.he enemy- g. in ore
ally known thatthey'.werehe Idi a:.rese~rves i^'l d ,.th h ,,- ..:.u, ^,, tihe /,..,,t1,-" to draw usim.. Later in the evening our
ancompelledto curb for a while their. !lidg ,rod n. "I,:i %,iGral cavlry dree off, having lost itis sai,
; ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m + ..... ; J-k., ,,1-l 1.1. I,.P;i.~ ,Gent.].Sheridan..11, H ..

ptienee t mcettthe h .7 l .,., .,. v. d,, t ,:I t. '.h lu i some ,0 kiedl ,nd 7 to 100 ,ounded-
dared-to offerinsults to, tiheir h,,r,i !... Il "'- r ,./,,l^ ..... .1-. ii ,. J -...... .' Som e ,:.t lh.'I. .fell int0 the e enemy s h~ ds.
their moment soon eame,\ahd- ever ;,11 ,M r 1-.hI-- li,^ v ,....... ,.lu. .,t F,-,r < F i,a h L :been'no .u. ,.. L,.,,. to-day,.
.th..,' 1 ur,,evan~l importanta '.b11 f ,t..t- I, ,'., ^ --- >-- ..." .. : .. is:. ,t,... ha the ,,:,e do noft
"t intend ah .nediateattack., but w1a 1 rely
3~ ~1 1 t, h.liet a ,\ c1 ah. -II:, f,v tia .....h -. .-

vy, atcd Hme .: n.. ',. m force of the enemy ,!,i,'.- .H11.1 -ko,. L|;!]IL]^. ,, t nLd alar' ge.- force, 'near .- ...... entr i. _'.
b -.t_- Ihrf :.,t eu i:, ,:. t -c, ,i ] ,.. o. or I.,r.t'. ":.,i I r : '.-cy --* iit nf sp .
r, wr .o!. i i t t M. l..l.-:!.IiI 'I .A:-,-l,.u!'l .i.'e ;=. T ht te ., nem y gae-. .k.]... of uae -N .
'i e, t niih N .,v ^.. r !'" i ,,. to. y V L i. .L,-t.,,,r t,hl e. been
s f ,l.l i, hin ;; h e '] t- .t ,,l w ..a r 7 o rm +, j ~l-:t ,,t il J ,t. .,,~ i r,t c ,' l t,:. L ,ll. ; i~t ,l,, >'-3 ,)n h is
t'_i: riicleju ture a .. '.r cry ,.-- .,, iil.- l.:'u. 1.a 'e, r,. a lt v l d. r ew off, havig itis| d
h,.and,., a l all hed 'crb frate Iigi w r j,,C,' t -,. :, .' Lt ,, y i. ",. h r .'. ,, ,,i..: ai .,,'].I .i h S edg-.

,; r i ^' e i ln iQ '.u i i. --in l ^ :.j^; ,,, ',^ iii <.tl' t.-ti ,: tJt h lii I, ,... -1 t 'ree-
pi,.ir, i t.o1 i t jhe I.:cV-., .f,..., -,i,.'t N ,Ivs:o v,- il30 d ,k|; !. i 7't 1""" ,- :i\,:. -e
da e -t fe ns l sh h i wi,,; 1 .-A l' I I ,. e t ..' m e, ,t, ,,'wht[ .t the ., el y's: h. P pers

I forget tire c,:., e '1 l,. r, : t, lte e itt.... H u:,,l,'e.l- : ,! i'..,,t,-.,; ., l,.,.i uI ,.,i tii ? ,..,rrc,.- ,".,'l' 'i alsof bsay
.lent foe r;-u!el iii,, tI.L: .,,:,l.inx. \ h, f I L i-.. ..-1 Il.-. ... t1 .t t;r'a.1t a.n..i-- i. t hat ::, i tohfig-d an y
their th!.Q(ti w ritn, llcc.diter u wil l rely on en-
,, auda ti'I foceofured ,,rhen.emyA I]!3 t,+e ..

doubiOi ; "c rg -i <.,t' r ein r e. tu il c ri hi u t willi'.i.LL I ', *
our slim but steady 1 ..... il lie v,11 ".. N Ia tgabeen
:erut t,:,,nuih, l^ ordan ^ the courage B.r. Fl~, -'4- rt^^ M^ t, t:-,,,t^ i "rd "...
on ~ h use sm a n ,:tu~, l ovr bat! ,n fo )lli II^a^ s i, m;l,it~g .,.-.,n ;,t ,1 ,.l;.Ilt 171h, 1-.I1, .A,,, EMiu\', daUghter of E.
-~ wa lssnl ate frte ^^ ^^^^^^ ^;^^^ gcegteyearand-cloy-on
fr e e d o m .a n d -i .1- 1 i ulu i :,.n ? .\ v au\ii~ v ile S *-. .. .
mi i n y. o a \, .t t, fee thi ri t toliiiitf l w itl,..'.,t, itite r, uit, t.,.ii. .i ..l i ,,..h' .5 i"7-> -.;,[ is .
'io n y o"a e y .i e l i r ,: .h k w ] ;e ,q d ir^l i- + . l ,1 ,. i ^t l ut ...d v t o it e s s th e d e p a r ,
you have routed a. Lion. from his lair If .^ ^,^y ^ ^ ^g, "^ Ie
s~uch a moment as ^this, while th_ 'balls maen -.,\.-,,sDvso, wtib tur of th y^un ;, t^ t, ',,^, I ro ethi te-
-er foossik b-,ot, theuu ,m r:.^ n v. This is the fourth as- fide'at that they have happily exeh ti^~
0rnbe 1stheF _a,- ,j. W .W ,';-,,tt.. wh s s ^!'..^t:t I,.- be^ n;.l,.npon thisjpoint, these vesJtmjnts oft \.Le, for robes of~j oy 1s a M,,j" W W .-lt. ...... r .nt .:'n heV I ,s t ,) ih en my A an immortality.; a^1 ti,;s -..v.! :,t-tears":

State should'bp proud o L ai- im.o it-iA -- = '
on- :tl.A.h rA ,, .,',: r".. ,.,y battery. rumn, p within 200, yards of Stu-' and. stern realities, for+ a.regi~o- of. bright-
u' 'thelines .and,'haltiny n f+ont "0f t lin, Which cpel a a terrific fire. Our ness- and beatitude:.. There is s..,_lng
,2, { t[,J ook o hi ~, u,' .,i 1r i i ,r,-hrp. ,I,-i s killed every .,t i-, i "and x ; i, atlinaetive ia er-on; j+.L. t IL
I..h a h, ; Lt r. ..f' octwase e horse..The .tt., was then hastily, t.f1, v 11 Lit ryouthan
t o,.a -rby every ri,- th,,r,,.d. tose i,-, 1 1 -51t 1t.r ,,q l; ti :6-
t .ic, .. i .:-1 _^1,,k. the-en, ad- tioist of t i,.,l ,b:r-ate, Atthi -r.
ber of 1his i,,,r 'l.,", .1, and with a .h-1 ii..,,;, i Last ni h -1 -
yel 'the .yrus ie for ward to aeetThe i--- vauc'ed-on our extreme r ; 1 ,_",t' -Th ..were ticular period of eyi-tW lee. when' life-e
mayecte, foe,,iinelin that their shw- ambuseaded-by Gen. ',l.,i,', Division,. qualities seem to expand and tj^ ig- teI-
r o b le t er, :. aw fk,k,,l,,, t ,^t a ,.h.,r ,:. >,vtik h ron in-rest and admiration -of m ankind; as
er f blles ered^^ded wve. ^ ^ ;,, ^,,^ ^g 49 behold th m-jnst entering, a; it vi tr-e,
+and at- last gave" way in panito'and d'sor- te.d the e -m ; .lt, c e a, ving 149 eh l th m us. en ri ,a t ,r
"dern d ra kop^,d .- ^ inc, li,,g a, Brigade comman-_ the..inviting, thre.-hh,,ld. ,-,ftarly-life, with
treating eniey,..and theI fallen de ad aer, together with I It.l? and wounded, youth's-uin Lcl.ou.i-..vsions beaming in their
treatingn enury handd Ai falen ded.'j-, dkv.t .wth
scattered along their pathway marked the in uU.nh ,tat with the
wak ofthi gllat bnd whch wet he r~,+y'R' 1,--i .. ,.t was be- eye of 'imagination, they search'through
wakeof"tis alla" 4tdiewhiclstwepi
like aof-,, bearingdown'twe 5 and5aii ,-, n,1Lu. '. Oar loss-is about the misty ,Nvwhich-bnshreu-- '-' ,ut,.,.
like a whirldwind + d U
e v ery th in g th a t i,,t ,,., 0,. a n d b y the0 0
-etw glorious dy,,d neer wi The conduct of Grandhury's-Brigade is l hope's ,briliant ar,-perceive only:a
-I iwas a gkrous day,-ad nevewl 0 3 ^ ^^ ^,_^ ^ ., ^ ^ f^ g,
the dyin .g s,5.nlight rest upon, 4 prouder highly+-spoken o f. Gra tdbury received a ,fl,,o %', mazo ;+ arealization Of the~iV"D o
;1,P^^ 1h,,,. but isstmin the field. dvu hU Idregs. ia-l tz:aktici-
scene,' or gl:iddea prouder hearts than it sl gh t- iv,: eI u ssil~nti i l ,d .nh 41d% m .aI Dot. Ce t ,',.;i

did on tbL o ,t'; day of February, 1864, -Brisk skirmishing ., again this the dim vista of ih1 n, .... ye r~oie tin-
,though it witnep.S'd thlelamented -depart, m 'orningand still continues on our ex. -ted past, a d ..over, its lrag +.
ure and suffering of many of our brave trenie left. The enemy are massing on only. a soft ofhregret., lowmuch
men whose names will ever be enshrined their left. y eaepoue, mentally to l~l,ietem,

in- their country' s, heart.IIn speaking This morning heavy firing of artillery. .intheir future .career Of u.i.rLlje_3S Andl
thus of the lastFla. Battallion,.I do not continues up to 1 o'clock. perchance h iitme-t, a rad .amost;.10ug to
Wist-or intend to detract" from other corn- NEW HOPE, via MARIETTA, May 28. tread bef t e h rt,, n,.i
"mants ; alf acted most galantly, and we The enemy are massed on our front, of t hat life they. are -just, t r, in'ch
ad er t ollulcted m o st g alla n tly ,h ,-, 'e w hiC h
think that all h: :,)+ vhz o participated se the north side of Pum pkin V ine Creek. lur^ amo ng tul e role4 *Iut,.nl ,- r d wi ,l al ,,m g
conspicuously in the, fight deserve to "have There was very heavy artillery and mus-
inscribedupontheirbanners-"ee--tn Pund" ketry skirmishing fr:m :sunrise to dark, their pathway, and remove eacl tedious
in t,.,k.nOf the appreciation felt for the principally on our right wing, when it obstaclewhic ae:td, my ;eir ed
v ic t o ry vs o .g a lla n tr y w o n ; a n d a s l ig h t t r i c e a s e d a n d w a s r e s u m e d a b o u t m i d n ig h t i h .a' ... .. e ..; +i h e ,
.- r" We, --. .. design,. t1 ~e~ l~%[ a p~v.
b u te of a u : ,iio n ig r., '.lt i..e h ic h w ill w ca ptu red ht e l ,:c n. a n d ., 8 0 p r lso I i s th e it ap s -, .. .
ever cling to thcm. N,:. -r,^-PLU .. J o-ng them Lt. Col. Fambliss, of anheart., to watchnae se,
.- -,-+, -.-i --- ", ;. -:" in tile- case of tt11d'e *... dl av :, ,ly,
A mne'ricua n stocks are d r.ed-., in the 59th Ohio, Adjutant, 1 olter, and three ...dnb
the Lo'do n market, except Confe er- Lie tenants an a i fe is the away,. and n
ate bonds, which had advan ded four' ", Or forces are in exc,%nent spirits ith thsmia t n myete .de L ro, i.n yuarnge,
and a halfper cent. to the 3d-of May, the greatest confidence in their comman- o see skth- gvrp, ,er
cb)oitz atf ten to-tw elve per contatabov' der and their ability to defeat the enemy. t l i M^,iiivi, ,bl..d ,g owattt
the last quotations. Every man is anxious for a general on-- g b- y disease", towa. tch
I h l s q" .I. t h e c h e c k s fl u s h e d b y d i s e a s e ; ti u r n 'p a 6 e .
No result had been tirrtve,:l at u ithe gagement to take place, cii- w ill prob- the" lips' ...m -i t rubies ir
-da ` '. ingis ... on anCT theelps lit,, +,.'
L o n d o n c o n fe re n c e A g e ne6 0 '1 W "l a b ly b e to -d a y ""i n r u b i'ng n ^ ^ trb le I n d e st h i- t h
inE rpewsa rh n d. to night on our right and centre. .....+-'
-_The Spanish A;dmiral has seized .L t. l- Famblirssreports-1 lo'xspar~ilig e, clo:se Jioreveru.and the luv
,~~~L. Col.^ ts Gen.. W; Cox -clefo^ ^ ,
the Chincha Islands property be ,ve- vre .'W" '11nd-ein the, ac i on at ^es'- in at beCO l t? J i l ,, e^ s 'is t- ors Il
ing to Peru". U L is then that zeati"i. terr .




. June 4,

H'D S.Ma.IhL'X. DiqT. OF .FIA.,.
Lake City, May 24, 1SG4. S
No, 25.,- +
I. The Maj. 'Gen. Coaiml'g has great
pleadore in annouticing to the troops na-
der his command the result ofta g llaui
expl,...liti..,in ac-ahtst theenuray' detafehb d
posUs, undertakeii on the 19ati instant by
Capt. J. J. D:ickis.-,u,.2d'Fla. C.tvflry.
Crossing ,the. St. Johns river in,' siall
b/oat with a force of 56 r'on, Capt. Dick-
i u-. l :1u6[,rised :tnd c.ptlred rhe encmy'a]h;ln LiI3 at \\'el ik.i, and Fort G tiLes,
itakitig in all b',, ptis.,uers ihiell ing 2.
c,.mL+-jioued oticer-3, with 8 horse and4
:he arrns aiil equipments oof the entire.
forcee, Capi. D,'and-his brave men then re.-
turned safely tottheir .c.tmp., bringing in
the whole of their captures, hfter an ab-"
sence of 44 hours; ,durin' which, they
traveled- &-iuilcs and lfect.-1d 'th -resultk
detailed,-ivith,,itu the L-,s of a i.a ...
Such an explohi i.ttesis more eniphati-
cally the soldiery qunlitiei or the, g.illant
men and skillfull lea..i.:-r who) achieved1 it
than any eOWhe-u ILIot IL-i it wOuld be ps- ,
sible to gie them. TheA M lior 0,1I 1.
Couldd<, .feels, however, itit ha is t !.i k
are due to them, and while thus ]ini-;liciy.
tendering (he tribute so justly due, in-
dulges the .;i.Jeti hops that every .:'v.'r
and soldier in/ his district will 'emulate
the p,itri.o,:K ea.]lurv n.-. and l irLna- di .-t
played by Capt. Db,,klis3ju's caimaa.i.
By order of '; % .. ,.
G" '"O. B R RrE,
-,. A- A6 [

N- T T I I--" ....
A LL persous having-dentnd i on (Ilis
-Department,, for ,urage, lire an, l
claims ot any-kind, w hatsoever, throulra-
out this au t lle a ljoiini Couuties, will
call i :,>ffi 3e, anu receivei pay,, or, aIw-
-fqj V,. uc0AN ,'f01' 11-:ir dues. 1'1''
+.... .Maj. y. M.
Gainesville, Fla., May 28, 73--f"

S A-,L T.
I will exchange i.alt and Yarn for sugar.
Apply to J. IV. cRAE. "
- May 2st 73-if.

H'D. QI'S. M[L'Y. "5IST. OF PLA., )
CAMIP NiLroN, MI.Ly 13th, 186. j
No. 21. j
I. Pursuant to S. 0. No- 1011 dated
'*Adj't. & musp'r. Geo'l. Offio, Riclimond,
April 30th, 1864," the undersigned as.
sttme command ofthe. -Reserve. Forces of"
Hie State of Florida. enrolled ia accor-
dance with sections 5 and 6 of the --Act
of Congress to 'organize forces t serve
during the war."
II. The following officers comnpoae the
C(-ipt. Wu G Barth, As't Adj't Qen'l.
Maj H G1ol,.lthoalte, As'l Insp'r Gen'l.
M:ij E C Simkins. Chief UrI" Mr.
Capt T E Buckman. Cbief of Ordnance.
Serg't C B Gamble, Chief Surgeon.
1s;tLtWM Davidson, A Camp.
Ill, All official communications will be
addressed to the appropriate St~ff Officers
a? announoedl above..
IV. Brig. Geu'ls W: M. Gardner and
Joseph. Fineg-in, Comd'g. Sub-Districis
Nos. 1 and 2, will each appoint an Exam'g.
17oard, to consist of three Commiassioaedt
oficers, not under the grade of Cd'ptain,
bet'ur'e w which alNlewly elected officers of
the R^erve, in their respective Sub-Dis-
Irist, will be required Io appear.
The reports el' the proceedings o4 the
Ex.tiniug Buiard-3 will be-forwarded to
tbete ll.'l. Qr's., and such officers as may
beo pronoaun,-ed competent by "af Board, will
he anuouncell in orders from these H'd.
Qi.'s. and assigned to duty in the positions
to which they were elected. -In easel
where elected officers fail to receive the ta.
|'urable report of the Boar-d, a new election
will te held.
Maj. Gen'l. Comd'g.
May 21, 72-3t,
Tallahassee, May 12, 1861.
GEN. ORDER, No. 8.
Capt. J. J. THOMPSON, having bees
appoiutcd Chief Enrolling .otf--'er of the
1I-t C,,igres3iional District of Florida, un-
der Special Order N.). 4, from t he .If *-
Quarters,, he will Vie repecLed ana1 eb)y.
ed accordingly.
Ali Suh-E,,rolling officers i'A the. lIt
Congressional Distr.0t, will immediately
report tu, a'ud hereafter forward their re-,
pui'ts and communie-itious thought Cap,.
J. J. Thompson, Gainesville Fla.
Byarder. J. J. DANiELS, "'
Maj. & Act'g ConiujaUd't.
-N. STRAUSS, A. A. A. o.
May, 21. 22-2t

.f; i^Ol ili-e SUbi,-ciljeL' n,:'i G.>'mn;.sv~llle,
Fla., ou the of the 27th iust., a
N ,-&-'o LU.:u by thi-f n it e ot' Ec.1enuL-, oru i.igh,
Diav.i, 5 feet,9lor 10 iilch, e. high. Came
ffi V...I Jeffeison C.,aunty in Ihis State.
r wilL give a li-oral reward forh4is de-
1iv:y to.i me, or lo.jdge.d in auy jail sO that
.I .:ALI get li I .
June 4, 74--1In
La-ke City C.,lUmbiaQ and Tallahas-
ee- F.h:.ridian plea-e copy Im aud Bend.
bill 10 ttil- office.

SHiop Skirts,
-.. l I .,i.hU e .i I o m e sp u p : .. : -Y "
t lU bl,.?a..:,ed l "' ;lw .. .. + *""
M .iilia..
"ilk au.I Flax Threi.l, .
\ V~i t iiW I It per, ap "e:''
Ne-.ll,:-3 and Pinis, .;
H a P i n s.
I. o r. Rid_- P.,wder, -^
P ireL.-..iA. Caps, "-*
Co" ef't"er'"- :. ". : +. ."'
t'urr5 Combs, .+,+ :. ; .;"
: ." rou .. l .+ *
A.\s oi'eJ,), "' .... *' / ; ..:" .:
-"K id Ski,,s, .^ .. .. .
T Tin Ware.
Sugir, Syyrup, &e!. &c.
B V J. T. MAT11E\S.
Junie4th, 1146 "21--t f.
W ILL be sold at the residltnoe of the
y 5.ib-..'riler in Mi ueiopy oa tie '_d
of JulV. wj, l'i .:,,3r, eo f 01' them fine
-.1 j i. I .,N hi le .,r,.'ertfy u '. thie East
F lur d i S uti u1 'rN t',-,r tlle purpose of p It -
in]g -fa it- I tibil ,i'. All pi sot s -i ir ,.h? m *nds.11 ;t;c'aiu3 t it will plea-e present
it eti on tiat day. 'y (.: I -I " ti LB a!:d
of Trustees. JOHN C. LEY.
Juue 4, 71-td H .

'_ Stem Enyine an.] saw mill, twenty-
five horse power. For further par-
ticI.l>ru ,'ta :,lv to the aUb-eriber ti Fleou.
. ington. W. A. OWENS.
T 1 A -1 i. .

S1.1,U t, -. 1*- '-'l'' +T. '
t) withn ueatzees aani dispatch at thia
omce. -





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